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One Of The Results
of liberally using our fertili
zers. is to pay off a mortgage
ontheold farm. Readthefol
lowing from Messrs. Wherry
& Son owners of the Magnolia
Fruit Farm, Durant. Miss.:
We made $900 from one acre
strawb-irries, on which_your
fertilizers were used. ight
years ago we bought this place
at $20O per acre. -It was then
considered to have been worn
out twenty years before. but
by liberaly using t
under peas and velvet beans,
we can now grow almost any
thing, and have been offered
-0 peracre fo the plam We
eqeimeuted with a great
many brands of fertffizer
but Nthe hghest per-cent.
c eNowdoutyou thir
woud enable you to pay off a
mortgage If you had one?
Well, don't use any other.
Durham, N. C.
Charleston, S. C.
wood's Seed Book
FOR 1906 (
is one of the handsomest and
most valuable publications of
the kind issued. The useful s
and pretical hints contained
in the annual issues of Wood's
Seed Book make it. a most 1<
valuable help to all Farmers
and Gardeners and it has long
been recognized as an up-to
date authority on all n
Garden and Farm Seeds,
particularly for southern planting. t
Wood's Seed Book mailed p
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upon request. Write for it.
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LEand FARM SEEDS,
your merchant does not aells
D'~WOS SEED5 o
Before letting i
the contract for~
your new buildb
ing see W. P. Liv- d
ingston. B es t *i
Lock Box No. 59.,
.New-berry, S. C.
Dr. R. M. Kenniedy,
Newberry, - - S. C
OVER NATIONAL BANK.
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80 FBE COURSS'
What Wits and Seers Say on the Sub-:)
ject of Women.
Al elle"O V, J OL I II): 'uti a~
Hlnes (In the Subjt \vf)womv-. 1b re. c
The subject of t Ihie book is -V oian
mnd the Wits' The vouime, however b
nehiles much tfrom seers also. lalsea
.,liot. I r-vi.".. Enerson. Beine. .)ohnson.
olies. Miclielet. Tallerand. C(o
ri(d.re, TAstoi. Beaconsfield. Field
n1.-these with many others. are quE1
eI in these pag"es.
The epigrams are very interesting
lere are some of the wit and wisdom
msp)ired by women in the breast of
A woman never comnmaids a man
imless he be a fool. but by her obe
Women know at first sight the char
eter of those with whom they con
erse. There is much to give them
religious height to which men do not
A main should choose for a vife on
v such a woman as he would choose
or a friend. were she a man.-Jou
W-Vould you huirt a wo-(main most
im at her affections.-Wallace.
A woman's hopes are woven as sun
eams. a shadow annihilates them
A woman did turn man uit of para
ise. but she has done her best ever
ince to make it up to him.-Sheldon.
A woman is like your shadow. fol
)w her she flies, fly from her she fol
Marriage has its iknown great
len. as-war has its Napoleons. peotry
s Che!iers and philosophy its Des-(
I received money with her and for ti
1e dowry have sold my authority.- P
When women love us they forgive t
s. everything. even our crimes: when
ey do not love us they give us credit
>r nothing. not ev-en for our virtues.
A man can keep another person 's st
~cret better than his own, a woman
ai the contrary. keeps her seeret A
ough she tells all others.-Balzae.n
"I like women.' said a clear-headed sC
an of the world, "they are so fin-s
hed. They finish society, manners, t
aguage. Form and ceremony are
eir realm. ' They embellish trifles.'' la
It is a misfortune for a woman nev
to be loved, but it is a humiliation th
be loved no more.-Montesquieu- fa
Women like brave men exceedingly or
ut audacious meu still more.-Le ii(
There are twenty-four hours in a d(
ty, and not a moment in the twenty- mn
ur in which a -woman may not h
ange her mind. sa
A man is in general better p)leased vi
hen he has a good dinner and whena
s wife td!ks Greek.-Johnson-.c
Life is not long enough for a co- re
lette to play all her tricks in.-Ad- ce
Household Hints. tl
To make biseui ts light--drench S
ith gasoline and ignite before serv
How to keep servants-ehloroform
te and lock them in the cellar.
Quickest way to get ri-d of peddlers
-buy all they have.
How to remove fruit stains from
To keep rats out of the pantry-- tu
ace all food in the cellar.
To entertain women visitors--let
em inspect all your hprivate letters.
To entertain men visitors-feed the
To keep childerni at home-oe-k up
1 their clothes. i
To keep hubby at home-hide his i
To test the freshness of eggs-drop
em on some hard substance. c
To propitiate the janitor-it can 't
'done.-February Smart Set.
A Boarding House Secret.
There is a very pretty young widow 0
hlo lives in one of thie family ho
s and there is also a dashing youngs
an at the same place. The widow
a person of whom one may say that
1e keeps her affairs to herself, which (
mere figure of speech, because at a
imily hotel nobody can keep his af
airs to himself. At any rate, she
oesn 't tell anybody what her inten- A
ons toward the young man are, and
~hen the hamner squad meets for exer
\'heii the lianimer sq(uiadi meets for ex
''vise. I le Wi<low 's 'eputition is fre
jilenltly oll lie il\'l. She al)ld tll
'< i111 4 111)11 ii- e l ti nmn -li Ite pal'l
>1 a ]vrellt ex-if-Imrr. a1l)(l a Ihil y wll
,I< lifte<l h(er evebrws as IIhih as sI
"Idd< witlionlt lan"'I11i"' Illem Ii llei
kOmlllYadom. 1ilied >n the elderl
entleni ani spoke. Her voice was
Mv an<(l confidential.
- You know Mrs. 1)asli. very wel,
tlhink. she said.
The elderly man admitted it.
-Well.'' went on the lady. almost
I a whisper., I wish you'd tell me
i confidence. just what the relations
etween her and the young man are.
The elderly gentleman looked all
round to be sure that nobody could
ar. Theni he leaned forward and
)oke behind his hand:
6If you won't let it go any far
ier.'' he said. " I will tell you that,
far as I have seen, they are verv
Relating to Street Duty in the
own of Newberrv, South Caro
Be it ordained by the Mayor and
dermen of the Town of New
rrv, South Carolina. in Council
-sembled. and by authority of the
Section i. That from and after
e passage of this ordinance all
rsons between the ages of eigh
en and fifty vears in the Town of
ewberry. S. C., are hereby re
.ired to perform six (lays labor
iring each year upon the streets
the said town under the direc
>n of the street overseer, or to
nv Three Dollars to the Clerk and
reasurer of the Town Council of
e Town of Newberry each year in
u thereof, which shall be due and
Lable on or before the first day
April, Provided, that a receipt in
11 of commutatic tax shall be is
ed to any person who shall pay
e same prior to the month of
pril: Provided. however, that
thing herein contained shall be
construed as to exempt any per
n wvho shall become a resident of
e Town of Newberry, at any time
any year, from performing the
bor or paying the conmmutation
x herein required.
Section 2. All persons violating
e provisions of this ordinance by
iling to perform the said labor
pay the said commutation tax in
u thereof, shall, upon conviction
ereof, be fined not more than five
lars or be imprisoned for not
ore than ten days or sentenced to
Lrd labor on the public works of
id Town; Provided, that the pro
sions of this ordinance shall not
sply to persons holding a certifi
te of physical disability from a
putable licensed physician, said
rtificate not to be over one year
:1 and any person presenting such
rtificate shall make oath before
e said Clerk and Treasurer that
ch disability prevents him from
aking a livelihood at his usual
'ocation; nor to ministers of the
spel in actual charge of a congre
tion, teachers employed in the
iblic schools, school trustees, and
:rsons permanently disabled in
ilitarv service of the State, any
:rson who served in the late war
tween the States, all persons ac
ally employed in the quarantine
rvice of the State, and members
the Fire Department of the
>wn of Newberrv; Provided,
>wever, that only twenty mem
rs of each company of the said
~partment shall be exempt under
e provisions of this section, and
shall be the duty of the secretary
each company to file with the
lerk and Treasurer of said Coun
a list of all members of his com
my on or before the first day of
muary of each year.
Section 3. That all ordinances
parts of ordinances, inconsistent
ith this ordinance be, and the
.me is hereby, repealed.
lone and ratified under the cor
porate seal of the Town of
seal) South Carolina, this the
third day of January, A. D.
A. T. BROWN,
Eugene S. Werts,
Cit Clerk and Treasurer.
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMEN
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will on the 5th day of
February, 1906, make a final set
tlement on the estate of M. L. Kin
ard, deceased, and will immediately
thereafter apply to the Probate
Judge for Newberry County for
Letters Dismissory as Administra
tor of said estate.
V. W. Kinard,
Newberry, S. C., Jan. 8, 1906.
State of South Carolina,
County of Newberry.
Court of Common Pleas.
Caroline Jones, Plaintiff,
Jason Jones, et al. Defendants.
Complaint for Partition.
By virtue of an order of Court
herein, I will sell at public auction
before the Court House at Newber
ry, S. C., on Salesday in February,
1906, all that lot or parcel of land,
of which the late Joseph Jones died
seized and possessed, lying and be
ing in that part of the Town of
Newberry, S. C.. known as "Gravel
Town," and bounded by lands of
Guilford Snowden, Dr. James Mc
Intosh and the Southern Railway
Co., fronting 63 feet on Street
a plat of which will be exhibited on
day of Sale.
Terms of sale: One half cash and
one half on . a credit of twelve
months, with interest from day of
sale with a bond of the purchaser
and a mortgage of the premises;
with leave to purchaser to antici- i
pate the payment of the credit por
tion in whole or in part. The build
ing on said lot to be insured and
the policy assigned to the Master.
The purchaser to pay for papers
and recording same.
H. H. Rikard,
Master's Office, Jan. 11, 1906.
C. H CANNON.
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of his children, we have a Special Pro
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No Article in the home shows the
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Our Small Payment Plan makes the
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Jsa few dollars down and a small
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semi annually and the instrument is
IWrite us t<>day for Catalogues and
our Special Proposition of Easy Pay
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CHAS. P. BEECHER
Under Crotwell Hotel.
(Schedule in Effect April 16, 1905.)
, o. 52. Daily.
Lv. Newberry. ........... 12.36 p. m.
Ar. Laurens ...... ......15 .-SoD
NO. 2. Daily.
Lv. Laurens......-. . -So p. mn.
Ar. Greenwood ..........2.46 p. mn.
Ar. Augusta............... . - 5.20 p. mn.
Ar. Anderson ...........7. p. P-m
No. 42. Daily.
Lv. Augusta..............-----. - --- 2.35 P- n.1
Ar. Al1enaale...............------4 sop.im.
'Ar. Fairfax.............. .-------- 4.4 p. n..
Ar. Charleston..........----7.40 p. mn.
r. Beaufort............... ...------..6.30 p. m
r. Port Royal............... -----. 6.4 p. m
IAr. Savannah.......---.-.- - ----- .. 6.45 p.m m
Ar. waycross ........... ...-- ------ 10.00 p. mn.
Ar. Tacksonville.. ...--- ..--- -- ----- .-- "
*No. 3. Daily. , m
Lv. Laurens...........----- -- 2.0 p. -
Ar. spartanburg ........-... ------ 3.20 p. m
No. 52. No. 87.b
Lv~~..Lauren............... i.lp. m . 8 .
A n ?eneme -........... 3.25 P- m. zo.L I.
3arrels of That
tent, . . $5.25.
If Patent, 4.50
:y, S. C.
of Newberry, S. C., at the close of
apital stock......................$ 50,000 9
ue Banks................615 7
rofits (less all ex:penses paid) 32,777 78
ividends, unpaid.......... 50
lividend No. 1 .............. 2,000 00
idividual deposits.............. 344,720 20
named Bank, swear that the above
Lowledge and bejief.
J. Y. McFALL, Cashier.
JN.C. GOGGANS, c. C. C. P.'
mo. S. Mower.
some good things we
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otes discounted................$358,741 95 C
urniture and fixtures......... 3,051 93 p
)ue from Banks................. 49,405 10
)verdrafts.......................... 2,741 80 E
anh in Bank...................... 16,730 97 Ii
TATS OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
I, J. Y. McFall, Cashier of the above
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