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E. H. AULT., EDITOR.
Entered at the Postoffice at New
berry, S. C., as 2nd class matter.
Friday, July 20, 1006.
A DAILY THOUGHT.
"e who ias formed a liabit of
looking at tli brig-hit mil hppy side
of thii's lis a great adviiltage over
the c.1ronie lIlyspeptic who SeeS n()
good in anyhing. -Anonymous.
lif'e Ius we S(. it, I'r4om flaky to da1,
is writieln inl the above omiprellen
sive eMignn. .l are crat1ies ft
hIalbit. It' olle's Ilhit is t4 look on the
brigh1t side of things. the nature of
hiu who h oks is bright, ma.l his life
is vo1responifdinll.0y 111pp.y. I' one ciul
tivates sypipaith 'y fi4r. tihose in disease.
misfortmlne or distres, he is sure to
light the dreary places inl life witi
glowing (1barities. If oile builds ol
kindness Iiis temple will never bo
crumbled by the acid of malice. If
one shuns vice, stands aloof from
envy, an(] lives removed from hypo
crisy, he may be sure that he will
stand on a vanage rock of happiness
that the storms of hate can never
But lie who makes it his daily habit
to look 111)11 the dark side ot Inlillgs
is alreald vellfiked witi a sable ia
(ilre 0tha1 fells ill Iln tinhlappY life. Ile
w withh hi *s svImp Ik ly t'romi Ilho
liviplhss. Ihv oppressedl .111hl a the ai*rlie(
ed m-ri rks ark lain wiin the
r*41ad lif lif. tha.t will notI Save. himl
flrmil he ii Imitchled. H1e wh.loi feeds
on m1111aliev tilkes into his hert 1 posi
4n 11 1.ilmt will 0"rrodeito his 1111ure11 and
leave him a enolorev'd wr-eck. lie wh"
lives w%iti vi1. (n111tivates envyN and114
mallkes htypocerisy -his dalily Comlpanlion,.
stands onl the W.asting sainds that will
yet cause (Ile moral strucetire to fall,
anld become its own toiib.
Let its then eullfivatie 1 disposition
lieerfil confidence, briglit expec(a
tion and sublime pur11-pose. With this
dl ermilnat ion our. gilidiln. sIar', tle
individual. the hoie an1d the coimmni111
ity will he uappier, purer and more
, This is snech Ioo stortmn that
wit feel ('41listralillel 14 print it. W e
like tle gospel o ' sushinle and '_"ood'
elleer. W ' stoe .111( ('4 e I co nact
wtil sto 11ii v sides of hiiliati life thIat
Wv StilltieiIVS Woilll. whlat it
1ieans. Why shoild 111411 be eriel
1l11I1 idIa ited ald selfish a1l Iave
snell a greed for giin. What does it
all a mount lo. BetIer Ile happy and
nillselfish atll1 iry to bril..ig stilshlinle
anId glad4ess into learts in "looli.
It will mak,1e youl halppier and bette r.
And then there is enouglh pain an41
s01orow in life that (anno1141t he avoid(ed
(r, shunled. Suppose vI aeIlIlat41'e
great weal0h a111 have eglected to
ciltiviate that a11ppy side of life. You
iltivate len t 1lnbit id4 4of
life' mal44 tlok tfur tho'se' 1ihies whlich
sa1y llt'll4 ale1 14.l1 wilI ad4l a
hinuiried 14411 to' your11 ownti happ11inss.
This Story Is Always Good.
iin o lichessicount whol recetly tookil
ut 'i t hiei r. ('111141 aV4 i'os5y-chte.'l l I rish
m1aid-of-all-wo4rk, whlose hhmiider's a1
ord(1 t1helni4 ami lmen to14 coimipenisaIte
fora' any tr1oub le she mayi ent ail.
One day the4 owner1 of'( thle p1lace
sta4t1ed in the girl 's hearing that lhe in
tend1ed to) have a wood honse built on
a1 pieceO of grounlld which at that time
enelosedC4 4a well.
"Slure, s4ur,"' said Ite inquiring
M argairet, '' willI you be miovin ' Ite
well to( a 114ore'(4 1 coveienti spot whiin
t he wood44 houwse is bu iIled ?"
As a smile cross45ed 1'thifce of her
('1m1ployeri MarII ga ret at onceP( 1p4ercetived4
she 1had4 made14 a istalke. of somie soit.
''It 's a fool I am, shiure."' she add
edt hast i ly, bound t) rieve h'(VClerself:
Brot Harte and the Scotsman.
The 1ite Briet Iar'te was a1154 veryv
lovable)( man11 1(o t hose who1 really
knew. himn says M. A. P. Yet, some14
i ies, lie could1( be veiry hit ter. Once
wh'len 11e wats consuil at Glas41gow, hie
attend11(ed a1 big cityv d inner. The
4Scotsmanii who $41at'xt to4 himi had14
a rep4utaitlonl for nearness. And lie
1h11dn1't been very well lately.
The Scotma said:15(4( "Cani you r'e
commiend a good physician?"7'
I can if you w'.ant himn to aIttend4
to yoursi'elf,"' said Ber't HIarte.
W'~hy death" -'
Because he will on1ly' cost you4l 44ne
ft takes a womm.i to go on lov ing
n man afaei she finds out lie isnt
We have just received sor
ever offered in Newberry, an
MATCH ELSEWHERE. We
We buy in car lots.
we sell the
So don't lose money I
It Don't Cost Y
and you may see s
They have a reputat
We want your trad(
We haIve umide a special effot th iiis
seasonb1 to keep1 .th be')st stock of
CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS, PANTS
and MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
IN NEWBERRY, and believe the
peopbjle have ap I~ prec'iated it whIileC
othlers~ lhavet beeni advert'1isingI t hei r
clearnce andl sacrifice sales we hiave
lbeeni keeplin g up (burl stock and selling
our customIers at the lowest cash
prVices and1 sa1ving themi money. The
fact is our biusiness for the six months
ending .June :30, is eighty per cent
greater than it was for thle sameo
monbithls last year andl we arc anxious
to do more with you and if you are
gobing away this summer or will be
among those who stay at home we
have thle thIiings you need to enablo
you t(b dress well and keep) youl comn
fortable at. a small cost.'
NEW FALL HATS.
WYe have just obpenedl our first
sihiment oft New fall Hats, including
STETSONS SELF CONFORMING
BI4ACK STIFF HATS, HAWES
NEW FALL BLACK DERBYS and
,ther desirahle styVles. We also have
' uoo line of P'anamnas and STRAW
HATS to keep you c(ol these hot
NEW SUIT CASES.
We have just received a newv line
of SUIT OASES, HAND BAGS and
UMIVBRELLJAS also, NECKWEAR,
SUSPENDERS , COLLARS and
CUFFS, come and see them. As a
special-iuducement to have you spend
youri (eash with us in .July and Au-l
gust, we will allo:w you a cash dis
count oflive pber et.o all purchas
es oft tromn one( dollari tob ten dlollars
Iand a (ensh discount oft ten per cent.. onl
Iall purchases obf mnore than ten dollars.
Come-and see us often.
A. C. JONES'
Newhorry. S. C., .uly 5, 100n.
, Whips and Lap Qobes!
ne of the best and snappiest work in
d can show you VALUES YOU CAN'T
sell for CASH or on CREDIT.
MS To Suit You.
,ES Are the LoWest.
We buy them cheaper, and
m on close pr-ofits.
:y buying before you SEE OUR LINE.
ou Anything to Look,
omething nobody else has
ggy you may like.
IE OLD RELIABLE MAKES,
ion for quality and the most
tee of any buggy sold.
and will make our prices
The best lOc Talcum
The best 25c Talcum
Lazell's Viotet Talcum.
6 ozs. in bottle.
Gilder &t Weeks.
Printed Eoliennes, Printed Silk
Mulls, Shadow I oths, Om
bre Stripes, Fabrique
50 cts. Qualities at 29 cts.
35 cts. Qualities at 21 cts.
25 cts. Qualities at 15 cts.
. . The Ladies' Store
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Real Estate the Basis of All Security.
Do you know that the best security on earth is earth?
rom it all value is derived-directly or .indirectly, Do you
now that the wealthiest people in most cases are those who
)ecome so through the increase in the value of real estate?
Do you know that my friend Mr. Pool bought a lot nea,r the.
Dollege a few years ago for $250, shortly afterwards sold it
or $750. Today, without buildings,,.it would sell' or $2,500.
Do you know that a piece of property which sold for $20,
)00 about three yearg ago, is today worth $40,000?
The population of Newberry is growing rapidly and this
rapid growth makes a continued increasing demand for habita
ion, which increases the value of the land.
Did you ever hear of Slaughter Prices in Real Estate?
Why not?. There is no changing of styles-no remnants
no shelf-worn goods.
Buy a piece of Real Estate and you will be a better citizen.
Below I am listing a number of desirable lots. If none of
these suit you, I know I can find one that will:
Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 lots are near my residence.
Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8.9, 10 and l i lots, known as the Wheeler
12, 13, 1 4 and 1 6 lots, price, $600, $500. $550 and $600
adjoining the Lutheran church and the graded school,
18, 19, 20, 21 and 22 at $2,300, $2, 00, $2,100. $2,000
and $1,900. Brick Stores on Main Street.
.23, at $10,000, 2-story brick building ocQupied by Post
Office, Express and Telegraph companies,
24, livery stables conveniently located.
25, lot near power house,
26, 350 acres of land near Whitmire.
34, lot and 5-room house, fruit trees and good garden. --
35, house and lot near College Hill.
36, Lot near College Hill.
38, House and lot near Baptist Church.
39, House and lot adijoining No. 38.
40, Farm near Mou'ntville.
4 1, House and lot at Mountvllle.
42, Building lot in Brookland.
12 Shares Newberry Real Estate Co. Stock.
10 Shares Ne uberry National Bank stock.
WAN TED-5 shares Exchange Bank stock.
20 Shares of Newberry Cotton Mill stock.
For sale - 10 Shares Land and Security Company Stock.
'13 Shares National Bank Stock
For Rent-One Brick Store on Main Street with Electric Lights and Water
. Two good Offices on Main stovri tre.
J. A. BURTON,
'Phone No. 52. "The Man Between
Newberry, S. C. The Buyer and Seller."
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Newberry, S C.