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JOAQUIN MILI-ER'S NEW HOME.
Poet of the Sierras on the Way East
To Publish His New Book.
Attired in the same style of drc.ss
that has accompaniied his fame
throughout the country, and with his
fatherly manners that have made him
a favorite with everybody, -Joaquin
Miller, the venerable poet and prose
writer of Oregon and Californflia,
arrived in Portland Fri-lay evening
enl rolute ( tle East, wier-e he will
ptublish his latest hook, "1For All Is
Love; in All, Love.''
Some time ago the poet purllilsed
a tract of, land near Sialwlaw, where,
in the future le intends to make his
residence anld build amno(her house
which lie (ann enil home.
I will spelil nly Slilliiers onl II
Oreg,fonl arim,'' le said, 'and my win
iers at my pie in Califtornin near
Fruitvale. My latest -purchase is a
eaut i fuil plce, and has enchanting
surrouindinigs. I shall spend my days
fishing and hunting and riding over
ile mounitinils whicl lead to the sea
Mr. Miller says lie is feeling better
I:IIi le ever did ill his l ife in spite of
his 601 years.
"' feel so ood at :im -es'' con
tinued, "]that I am temptedl to fight
the first ig, sirappilig fellow I meet,
just to amau1lse tle erowd and nyself
"I love to loiik back to the days of
old, during the '60's wheni I was a
County judge in 4asterni Oregon by
daylight. and fought Indians at
- night,'' lie declared. "Times were
differenlt ill those ( davs. We did not
have the modern implemenits of war,
nor the libraries to stildy law that
flie present ape has prod ied. Aboat
all I postssessed then was an old law
llook i and two sixA:slooters. That was
down near Canon City.
" i ve writ ten too illch alrleay,"
he said, when questioned about
whether he had Itndertakei any new
boo ks. Then le reinted Itow lie writes,
how he I has written, and how lie will
"1 ami1 imtetliodic1l in my ) ritings.
I canl't hwlp buft write,'' Ihe -ray
lnaired, whli(e-whiskered-1 poet Said.
" I aml III earNv rismr and inlvm-iablyv
do Imly work inl tIe Imlorliln.g,. I never
write with imy clothes on. The( work
is donle just its I arise I'ott my bed,
take my coffee first and follow it
with a eigar. Then .1 sit down and
write for an ioutr otr so, ot just as I
feel like it. some (days I will write
something every day for a week.
Tlien, perhaps, tie morning will leave
me and I will not touch tle pen for
a day or two r coI intinuc to write
every other dily, and so on.
Mt'. Miller still Ises tle old-style
The lates of all of Joa<i,iin Mi
ler's work., with tle exception of
'Mtemories in Rhitne,'" were destroy.
cd ini the Sani Frtanciseo fire. They
w(ere iali ini reaness toC5 I go fto press,
antd were a tolt ali loss. Thte book whiichi
watS to havte continted all of the an
1hor's writings, would have coIvered
Mr'. Miller' considers "'For L,ov~e
iTs All ; in All Love,"' one oif his best
woriks. The " ?City B~eauti ful,'?
toiughi, hte still regards its his matist
Helped Out the Merchant.
Here' is how one11 ettteriinig sale's
man got on the good side otf a pros(I
pe1eti~vCelustomtfer and1( elinehed htis
trade for nil time.
"'The first t ime I saw Brown I shall
nevor forget. He wvas standing be
hind the couInter of t hat little stote
of his, wvith htis spectacles up over his
fo rehead, and11 lookitng very bewil
dered. Somnehuow or other, the yearly
trial balanee had not shown up his
business to his liking. He needed
friendly advice-not an urgent appeal
to biuy goods-and, seeing this I at
once begatn on thte trial balance, not
K '" 'Mr. Brown,' I said to him, 'some
P thinig seemis to be the troutble. Tell
m whtit is. Perhaps I cant help
''This was said in a kindly way that
lie could( niot misunlderstandl( and a
little of thle cloud partedl and he he
gan to smile and lie said:
"' 'Well, y'out're thte flest drumimer I
ever hIad cifome itn here whlo tried to
le sonic of the burden off my shioul
de ~ rs. You look as if you had some
bitrdens to bear, yourself, at some
S time or -other in your existeneo, and
if you can tell me how it is I can go
through the year with a fine trade
and come outt with -less than 10 per
cent profit, I'd appreciate it.'
"Now, Bill, do you know what I
S did? I had htad'some experienlce keep
.ing books when I was a big shaver
before you were a little shaver-and
when your mother and I comprised
the 9nly family there was in our
4house. I dug into that set of books
," as if I was an expert accountant in
ead of a clothinre salm"an, Brown
sat off there behind that stove and
said nothing, but he was thinking a
lot, and when I pointed out to him
whIt tle troulble was-that Mr. Book
keeper had been altering the figures
with a lead pencil-he said to me:
"t 'Mr. , you have proven your
self' a friend and no one can ever get
my husiness away from you as long
as I have anlything to say in the Iat
Solme men would raIther be wrong
than right---f there's more Ioney in
I you would be ligh I -heatried quit
looking on Ithe (lark side of every
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
P1ursuant. to the re(juirenents of an
Act of the (lneral Assembly of the
State of South Carolina entitled, ''An
Act to Atulhorize andl Empower School
Dist.riet No. 52 in Newberry County,
State of South Carolina, to Issue Ad
ditional Bonds for the Completion of
a School Building Thereon,'' Approv
ed February 24, 1906, notice is here
-iven of an election to be held on
August 28. 1906, at Whitmire in said
S-sebool District No. 52 on the question
of issuing additional coupon bonds
n1(l to exceed oic thousand dollars at
a rale of interest. not to exceed six p)cr
cent. in accordance with the terms of
John P. Fant,
Z. 11. Suber,
S. L. Gary,
rrstecs of said School District.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
Charleston, S. C.
121st Year begins September 28.
Lef lers, Science, Engineering. One
scholarship, giving free tuition, to
each eounly of South Carolina. Tui
lion $40. Board and furnished room
in Dormitory $11 a month. All can
dida(es for admission are permitted
to compete for vacant. Boyce scholar
ships which pay $100 a year. For
TAKE A TRIP TO THE EAST via
CHARLESTON & WESTERN
Through Savannah and Steamship
From Laurens, S. C. to
Baltimore, Md., and return $29.40
Boston, Mass., and return 39.30
New York and return .. .. 35.30
Philadephia, and return .. 33.40
Round trip summer excursion rates;
Tickets on sale daily to and including
September 30, with final return limit
October 31, 1906.
For full information call on or ad
C. H-. Gasque,
Agent, Laurens, S.C.
Geo. T. Bryan,
Gen. Agt., Greenville, S. C.
0. P. A., Augusta, Ga.
All overseers of the public roads in
Ne wberry County are hereby direct
edl and required to put their respec
tive road distriets in good condition
and perform the service required by
law by the twentieth day of August,
Herein fail not under the penalty of
J. Monroe Wicker,
Fred. HI. Dominick, Co. Supervisor.
Clerk and Attorney.
Sixth-Annual-Eastern Beashore Ex
cursion Via Seaboard Air Line.
On Wednesday, August 15, the
Seaboard Air Line will run it's sixth
annual excursion to Old Point, Ocean
view and Virginia Beach, Va.,
Wrightsville Beach, N. C. and More
head City, N. C. The round-trip rate
from Columbia to Virginia coast re
sorts and Morehead City will be $8.00,
to Wrightsville Beach $8.00.
Tickets on sals August 15, only and
limitedl for return until August 31,
The Seaboard Air Line is the only
Best Way to these resorts-; two trains
daily each direction; special through
coaches and Pullman sleepers will he
providled for this excursion.
For further information write W.
L. Burroughs, T. P. A., S. A. L. Ry.,
Columbia, S. C.
The patrons of Union school will
meet on August 17th at five o'clock
p. in., 1906h to elect a teacher for the
next scholastic. year at $30.00 per
month. Applications may be sent to
the undersigned at Prosperity, S. C.,
R. F. D. No. 3.
J. D. H. Kinard,
E. S. Franklin,
M. C. Moore,
$8.00 for round trip from Columbia
to Old Point, Ocean View. and Vir
ginia Beach, Va. August 15, via Sea
board Aid Line: The only line having
two trains daily in each diretion.
W. L. Burroughs, T. P. A., Colum
bin, S. C.
THE CLEMSON AGRIOULTURAL
(The Agriculturaa & Mechanical Col
lege of South Carolina)
This institution is now equipped
with courses in Agriculture, Ailinial
Ifusban(dry, and Chemical Industry,
Mechanical, Electrical, Civil, Textile,
andl Met allurgical Engineering. The
young men who have gradiated -from
the collegze are illing positions of trust
an(d the demand for competent engin
eers and agriculturists is greater than
the college can supply.
The next session opiens on Septem
ber 12, 1906. New applicants and stu
(lents who have work to make up
must report promptly on that date.
All students of last session who ex
1wet to return must also report on the
It. is important for boys who are
interested in this Institution to make
their applications before August 1st
if they desire to enter next session.
o'achi year more applications are made
han the college can accommodate
In Auigust 15th the roll for the ses
,ion of 1906-07 will be made by as
nigning to each county the number of
tudents in proportion to the members;
i the House of Representatives.
For information and catalogue, ap
>y to P. H Mell, President.
Clemson College, S. C.
)HARLESTON & WESTERN CAR
Schedule in effect June 3, 1906.
1v. Newberry(C. N. & L.) 12:36 p. m.
Akr. Laurens 1:42 p.m.
1v. Laurens (C. &. W. C.) 2:09 p. m.
Ar. Greenville 3:25 p. m.
Lv. Laarens 2:07 p. m.
tkr. Spartanburg 3:40 p.m. 1
lv. Spartanburg (So. Rry) 4:00 p. m. fon
A r. Hendersonville 6:35 p. m. deg
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p.m. Cei
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 1:50 p. m. in
Ar. Greenwood 2:48 p.m. 1.
Ar. McCormick 3:40 p. m. ter.
Ar. Atugusta 5:25 p. m. hal
Pullman Chair Cars between Au- gi
-usta, Laurens and Asheville, tri- ma
weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesdays, eer
hursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe- san
ville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with
)ther companies, are given as infor
'nation, and are not guaranteed. mei
Ernest Williams, Set
Can. Pass. Agt., Ca
Augusta, Ga. u
Geo. T. Bryan, Au
Greenville, S. C.
FIRST CLASS WORK
I have recently purchased the
Modern improved machinery. M
Laundryman, has charge of the en
assisted by competent help, who a
that the best laundry work can be
Has always to face the
certain elements of insec
H e may be unexpectedi
ployment either from a sf
or a shifting of those in at.
He may miss some paa
ness or accident. Thos4
ahead are only one pa3
Those who have a saa
Bank have a reserve
The Bank for ye
4 per cont 01
There is real enjoymei
has won millions of cl
year, until now more is
SCHNAPPS, the most
uct of the Reynolds fact
ismanufactured by the clea
healthful processe3 ever d
the direction f nen who h
chewing tobac'c ::iness
and who have rana?-ed tj
noIlds Tobaccx Copany:
Only chci:e selecons o
cured laf are used in SCH:
c::pert tets prove that 1
tobacco requires and tak
amount of sweetening th
kind of tobacco grown-ai
a wholesome, stimulating a
effect on chewers, beside
There are a great mar
claiming to be " just a
R. J. REYNOLD4
University of South Carolina.
ession 1906-1907 begins, Wednes
'ive courses leading to B. A. dearee,
r to B. S. degree, one to L. D.
ree and one to L. L. B. degree.
tificates given for work completed
my one of the departments.
xpelses: Tuition fee $40.00;
in fee $18.00; room fee $8.00; one
' of each must be paid at the be
ning of each term. Tuition fee
7 be remitted upon presentation of
tificate of inability to pay the
chance is still open to the young
i of this county to get a Normat
olarship in the University of South
olina. An examination for that
pose will be conducted by the County
ierintendent of Education, Friday,
ust 31, 1906.
(rite at once for application blanks to
ENJAMIN SLOAN, President.,
Co>lumbia, S. 'C.
Newberry Steam Laundry.
r. Geo. M'Lay, ari expert
tire mechanical department,
Ill be pleased to show you
ad in Newberry by a home
Prop. and Mgr.
fact that there are
urity in his positipn.
y.thrown .out of em
irinkage in business
i-days through sick
, who have nothing
-day removed from
'ing account In this
to fall back on in
t i chewing ufactured ir
That's -why it Mont tobac
bewers every as producin'
sold than all so delightii
popular prod- introduced
ones, i3 man- ing of tobac
evised, under uine SCHEIN
ave made.the on the tag,
a life study, S-c-h-n-a-pi
ae R. J. IZcy- ofCHNAF
:inc- 1875. the total rn
f thorough!y Internal r(
VAPPS, and SCHNAPP'
tlis clacs cf nolds brand
es a smaller oe fsa
an any other one fisc l Y(
Ad that it has six and a que
nd satisfying third oftheer
s being the in the Unite
y imitations SCHNAP
good" as where in 5c.
TOBACCO CO., Wint
BARBECUE AT roRK.
The undersigned will furnish a fir
class barbecue at Fork on campaig
day, August 16th, and will provi<
good music and a place for the your
people to enjoy themselves.
H. F. Counts,
1,200 Bales of C;
by 0. McR. Holmes vithin t
cotton grow? On Newberry
mand for cotton goods and a
make a mistake by investing
and GOOD STOCKS.
Let me ask you for yoqr o
is bringing you 7 or 8 per cer
vested advantageously. I ar
What is a good investment pr
value surely and quickly.
REAL ESTATE around N
tion because the demand is c
yourself in position to profit
creasing these Real Estate vi
vestments through an expe
Real Estate Agent. My expe
Below you will find some v
that I have for sale:
Nos. l, 2, 3and 4,Lots ne
Nos. 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and
property. These are very co
water main and sewer syster
Nos. 12, 13, 14 and 16 Lc
$600, adjoiring the Lutheran
Nos. 18, 19, 20, 21 and 2
You cannot miss it by buying
$2,200, $2,100, $2,000 and|
No 23 Two story brick bu
Express and Telegraph Co.'s
No. 24 Livery Stable, corn
No. 25 Lot near Power H
No. 26 350 acres of land r
No. 32 Wanted-20 Share
No. 34 House and lot with
No. 35 House and lot on C
*No. 36 Lot adjoining No.
No. 38 House and lot nea
No. 39 Lot adjoining No.
No. 40 15-acres of land r
aiad pasture land.
,No. 41 2 acre lot with 5 rc
No. 4? Building lot in'Bro4
No. 44 Por Sale-i5 shar
No. 51 75 acres land, abol
growth timber, 4-room dwell
outbuildings, near Bush Rive:
No. 52 5 acres of land adj
ful lots in this 5 acres.
I also have other valuable
I want to call your' special
believe these are good bargal]
If you wish to buy and sell
or. Cotton Mills come to see n
Farm larids bought and sok
'Phone No. 57.
Newherr, S. C.
t the very heart of the Pied
:o belt, known to the world
tobacco with an aroma
31 and appetizing that it
and popularized the chew
3, but there is only one gen'
APPS. Be sure the letters
and under the tag, spell
p-s. There are more pounds
PS chewed every year than
ount of all similar kinds.
Ivenue tatistics show that
3 and others cf the Rey
3 won enough chewers in
aar to make a- net gain of
Lrter million pounds, or one
itire increased consumption
d States on chewing and
PS is made and sold every
:uts and 10 and 35c. plugs.
;ton-Salem, N. C.
BARBEOUE AT SEEKWELL.
5t We will give a barbecue at Seek
n well Baptist church on Friday August
le 17. Music and dancing and baseball
g and a good dinner.
T. S. Titus,
J. M. Means.
>tton Were Shipped
,e past week. Where did the
lands. With such increased de
11 other products, you can hardly
judiciously in REAL ESTATE
,n benefit if your money invested
it? IF NOT, then it IS NOT in
i anxious to help you do this.
operty? One that increases in
EWBER RY answers the descrip
nstantly Increasing. Now place
by the conditions which are in
dlues. It pays to make your in
rienced, reliable and successful
rience is yours for the asking.
aluable stocks and Real Estate
~ar my residence.
11, Lots known as the Wheeler
nveniently located, directly on the
its, prices $600, *500, $550 and
Church and Graded School.
2, Brick stores on Main street.
one of these stores at $2,300,
Ilding, occupied by Post Office,
veniently located, plenty of room.
s Newberry Cotton Mill Stock.
r Baptist church.
ear Mountville with out houses
om cottage at Mountville.
es' Newberry Land and Security
it 60 acres open, 12 acres 2nd
ng, 3-room tenant house, good
ining J. A. Burton, some beauti
>roperty. that Owners do not wish
attention to Nos. 34 and 35. 1
any Stocks in any of our Banks
J. A. BURTON,
"The Man Between
The Buyer and Seller.