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To the Girl Who Isn't Engaged. t
IDon t h algg'essive aohtt it :1l4 til
inlsist thatl Yoll e v et 111vt a tImIll
youi woiid rica m ol II'IvIIINMI. l1ve11 I
it' tllS is ti'11( k o, lr Vigoiolls lsse- I
tions will leave the opposi(e impr-es-.
sion oi the minds of your hearers. 1
Don't, Onl the other bandl magnify
somie ch'il lish sweeth.ilearl ing into ali
ear-ly "'ITfair'' whichIIh10h4S you 11ruet
to its Iiulorv. \til <on't, above all I
thlligs, invenl' a suispivillslY i<deal Iov-I
ei wh-]to was killetIt in tie Spanish- Ii
14-11 Lil t' I le 1 il i ll' l lil re lii
Ie<taintaince'by buhln <1yIrem
wit li persif'ication of tll the vir
tiles as hero.
Dlln'1 (11r41 va.-ue hitS ahouit a sle,
c ret 1 4,m atIne wI i h v Ihilue a lIeo'.
will tii ul Lt
I)Ill *t pe eni re te 111. 11 voll tillk IIi '
ie lifi e .1 ' It, tin. n t will be-lie.-ve
I h il ' p t-alid ti 'll (In 't beliv'e in i
love: nI (ne will helieve this, vitier.
ii i't r'e )4al'k t'L silnee m y milli all'- I
rinles Ial'e iili I.N. Yti ll 0il1l't Ev re t4
riAk Suich a stell. such revaslon are
w irl. Ih:IlI 11411tv.
Dl on't r t I the illipressiin .1
Ihal t oill ak' w IV1*iI h it I IIIIIt I
It'eI . br'illiaEnlt 't kwe s wll vall' i Ile
(.ilh. \\Ihi.ll tII ac et-v l. 11
ntii El 't . it e till L l i lil I kl te i
tra111spl itl revilIrks ibultll 1irl'st
1 i ' ter ' i s elit11 'rI S
midter 2.5. 'Sitl ali vxvl-e is fo I' 'lm
t i 'e tilipa t ola. l t 114 1'll i ll jiest m. 1
t II 1 Y ever lliet il 111.111 Yoll .4,11I1
cal.r. F"r . ),Illi cast fihlow Y4,11, It'es
an1[( .ie 1 svintimnent.11 sigh. Illo wi I
1ou' mlitrl"-V I ' Itl ilL ei l straigIlt
il thle all m, iti)i 111swet' l1er .L t'tilly
t tillie Lis I t' 'illusies a t i t Le
lit'anives a e y1 tivii L y1'1toIl 1ffir' s will i
he felt inllac by th'at pi-rs"ln ot al
Evlldva, It il , e p t Il y '
ve I. t i It ' is Yml ' - b
talkinm- aiutt it. h h her u I I ril.
.S1l11ly \- enlivallill' and a 1;1In , V lit'v witIh
Ifil, o 11' r'ivI14 Is a1 lle 1 l'ev:s4 ll able
,Pointed Paragraphs- t
It isnl't I bit co lr to be I)n thel k
shatty sidle (if life.
I'lven' 111.11 likes t4, lvarti, bit lio
II-n Iikes to beh
To'l be at mlall is to be tile wqrry ol
SOMPl W0111.111, to be i1 wol11all is to 1). t
tl' I. T I 1 S(oIIlte - ial Il.1i
Hle 1,411t' dt till it la y l ilt-g as a resil I S
Oll cl It IIIi 1i sin I r Ill ( e. ItIIlM llt, sele aI
Y4II0 r v11' elt IIIistis i . 11 4 ' cN i te(ill vllt w il t
lit w Plowt s. E i
v 1,If11 1htIt' D n'tilin -', that I11 41
will finally whip hyou enmY 'n<( that v
he Th will "kt hin I -totl buy wen he il
gck at1 himn.i
It is Sill e'11,aritv livu'-ins alt 114-1111C. v
cal of complaint because charit;
ties l1m[ be,.ill at h1oie.
WIken a InAln gets married le i
pit it) thtink everybody should giv
iiin a present, but how he hates t
ive wedding presents when li
riends get ma rried.-Atchison Globi
'ternal gratitude is eternal slai
No ua knows enotigh to entiti
im to ceeeit.
If y.)ou wish no man to suspect, you
eeret, don't have one.
Wlei some people work they mak
1 1111i 'uss m1i are sOrry the:
It is i sign a sick man is gcttin,
etr whle hie beginls to worry abou
is doctor. bill.
'ley are about even-if you ait
boy, it is the wood lbox; if you ari
!-irl, it is tle- dishes.
Everv tie' admits at the end o
is life that le would have PrIOsPet
d btt(er as an honest Ilian.
Of what use are frienldsl IIn pI'o
WINt y a man has no use fr theil; il
dvINe(rsit thv have no u4e for hiir
The in11T'eitn who is faithfiul
is Mast er will niot have to wornr
111t his pelev be6ing k faiful U
It is be-tiei to waste a little tim
Wndin w tiilIrenl's toys now thai
ii shed liaiy tIars over t byem by
Notlihin daia.-.es the sound nor
hIai the enioyineit ot a great ser
it Witot tile em ploylent of it!
mtivcs il sm1e ser'vice.
W a deli.hiit fill 4,1d wilmrld tli:
-ould he it fussy people would onll
iSe thiri 1 tempers for keeps.
Youri' life will le resistless witi
wtn wlenl its reserves are with God.
It's Ithe work you do and not thi
-av vou stew that eounits.
ion are not likely to find faitt
-henl VOu arIe lookin Ii foI' flaws.
What becomes if the autumn leave,
Ieasifioally a Wise man makes foo
11mari'k.s just ti 1,o1o)l peilple.
It pa.vs to bt hiinest-hbut tle pa)
1,1vii -m- tes ti the ather fellow.
A. man who knows his place i!
II mit oi' plave any where.
h'le(t exPerience we buy is reall:
It o1nly k ind worth tie price.
I ~tis neoer know when to stol
lkin. ult tli wise men alway
t'.w when ii it Io begin.
The Tittle Toe to Go.
A 'cimparative anatomist says tha
it' little toe has got. to go; that it i
al' t-already showim
k_Ins lit de(gienra filn Ilf withierin11
way. H is prmved tint tile hor'se. it
We coure of sev'eral 'enituries, ha
r4tpped 4u t's and now travels at
it. and somtie think that mian's peda
trmitiis aret' bwIound to fol1low a sim
ar line of ev4u1tion. In the hIors
is tle mitddle diu-it which has sur
ive as tihle fittest. Tin man it wil'
le th irst or1 grea'Ut toe.
It Turns Bei;ter,
It Wears Longer,
~eturn It to us.
In no HurTy.
Ani old citizen whio had been lien
i pecked- all his life was about to die,
3 His wife felt it her duty to offer hini
3 such conlsolatioin as she might an(I
. "John, you are about to go, but I
will follow yon.''
'I suppose so, Manda, said tle
e old mai weakly, ''hut so fur as I am
coicerined you don't need to be inl any
I blamed hurry about itl'
L Dogs as Friends and Food.
Tle Geruans love their dog. Thicy
look after his health; they provide
lhim bathing establishments furnishied
C with every modern coifort-lot ald
cold Water. vapor, douches, friction,
' Iley appreciate his character, his fI
a delity, his fran kntiess, and they regard
hiin as good; they like himt as a
r 1rienld andot as victuals. In I russia
- alone in olle larter 526 do-s were
recently killed for food.-Froiml Le
- .1otiral des I)ebate of Paris.
I tenlevolenit Old (Ientleianl (recSen
ing oie sillall boy from the puiillel
inl,g of I WO Otlhers)-What a you
hurtin,g this boy for?
'lleeause lie made so Iniv mlis
takes inl Iis arit metic tIlis Ilorinillng.'
lut wliat business as t1hat of
''Why, ie let us copy our anlswers
-from h is.
('aliless t er c(intradictionil is de
in11"nstr-ativo e Id' gIea t supi-iiiy or
Wh'len thle opposing- attornley offers
to compliromise it means that you have
a good case.
It doesn't take much of a donestic
storm to sour the milk of hunian kind
NotIlill"g swells a 111111 up so Imluclh
as to Iiave a pretty girl ask him for
A watel shold always have a
g01uar1d, otherise it apt to be) stoen
inl anl un11tuarded momilent.
Fixing the Rate and prescribing
tile Time for the Payment of Town
Taxes for the fiscal year 1906.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor
and the Aldermen of the Town of
Newberry, S. C., in council assembled
and by authority of the same:
That for the purpose of raising a
revenue and in the exercise of the
taxing power of said Tovn, the fol
lowin.- taxes are hereby levied for the
fiscal year endiig December 31stj
1906, upon all real and personal pro
perty withil tile corporate limits of
said Town (except such as is exempt
from taxation uider the Constitution
and laws of this state) upl)Onl the val
nation thereof as assessed for taxa
tion for the county and state purposes
Section 1. That a tax of Sixty cents
on each one hundred dollars worth
of real anId personal property within
the corporate limits of the Town of
Newberry, in the State of South Car
olina (Except suchl as is exempt from
taxation under thle constitution and
laws of this State) is hereby levied
for the purpose of raising a revenue
to dlefray tihe ordinary expense of
said Town for tile fiscal year ending
December 31st, 1906.
Section It. That a tax of three,
fourths of a mill on each dollar's
worth of real and p)ersonal property
withlin the corporate limits of the
Towvn :f Newherry (except such as is
exemp3t from taxation uinder the Con
stitultionl and laws of this state) is
hlereby levied for tile purpose of rais
ing a revenule to defray the bonded
indebtedness of said Town for tihe
Section III. That a tax of twvo and
a half mills on each dollar's worth or
real and personal p)roperty within the
corporate limits of the Towvn of New
berry (except such as is exempt from
taxation ulnder the Constitution and
lawvs of this state) is hereby leived
fo: thle purpose of raising a revenue
to pay the interest on and create a
siinking fund for tihe bonded indbshted
ness of said Town for the water
works and electric lighlts plant.
Section IV. Thlat a tax of one mill
on each dollar's worth of real and
personal property within the corpor
ate limits of the Town of Newberry
(ekcept such as is exempt from taxa
tion uinder the constitution and laws
of thlis state) is hereby levied for the
purpose of raising a revenue to pay
the interest on the bonded indebted
ness of said Town for the sewerage
Section V. That all taxes herein
imposed or levied shall be paid to
the said Town in . lawful money of
the United States, between the fif
teenth day of October, 1900, and fif
teenth day of November, 1900, and a
penalty of ten per cent is hereby
imposed upon, and shall be added to,
all taxes in arrears.
Flue Curing Develops the
Found In Schnapps that
There are three ways used by far
mers for curing and preparing their
tobacco for the market; namely, sun
cured, air cured and flue cured. The
old and cheap way is called air cured;
the later discovery and improved way
is called flue cured. In flue-curing
the tobacco is taken from the field
and suspended over intensely hot
flues in houses especially built to re
tain the heat, and there kept in the
proper temperature until this curing
process developes in the tobacco the
stimulating taste and fragrant aroma
found in Schnapps tobacco, just as
green coffee is made fragrant and
stimulating by the roasting process.
Only choice selections of this ripe,
juicy flue cured leaf, grown in the
famous Piedmont country, where the
best tobacco grows, are used in
Schnapps and other Reynolds' brands
of high grade, flue cured tobaccos.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO C(
anl]d unpaid for fifteen days, a.1ind cost
of said execution.
Done and ratified under the cor- R A I
porate seal of the Town of Newberry,
in the State of South Carolina, this
the third day of October A. D. 1900. Tennysor
Attest: A. T. Brown, poem on it
e. S. Werts, Aayoi. Rockefeller c
Clerk and Treas.maeiwot
_____________make it wortr
LAND FOR SALE. States can tal
As agent for the heirs-at-law ot it an "Eagle E
John McCullough, deceased, I will A mechanic
sell the following named lands of said
deceased at public outcry before the watch spring.
court house in Newberry on saleday take an artic
in Novembr, if not previously sold BUSINESS.
at private sale.
The tract known as the "Pugh fers one for i
Place," containing one hundred and works ten h<
six and one-third (106 1-3) acre" $1.25 per d
bounded by lan(s of John Cmusins,
13. C. Matthews and A. 0. Wise. vests in good :
A tract of 26 acres, bounded by I have 429
lands of S. P. Crotwell, Luther Per
kinis and Brown & Moseley. a niCe 8-roorr
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay fox 7 tenant hous
Persons desiring to treat for thesefothmne
lands at private sale can see me anyfrthmne
time at Newberry. Do not forg
James W. Elles.or, Want Immedia
Agent for heirs-at-law of John
FREE 'f* "ffeers rom
Kidney, Liver and "The lB
Bladder Troubles! Other manufactur
cers say "buy a bottle and if it doesn't =8......
cure we will refund your money.'' We__
say "take a full $1.00 size FREE bot
tle of UVA SOL and if it benefits E
you, then use UVA SOL until cured.''
This advertisement entitles you to a
bottle of UVA SOL at
A. J. Holt, Whitmire, S. 0.
Only a limited number of bottles
tunity to test. 'Uva-So O t12
NOTICE. One whol
Before letting Ot
the contract' for Worry an<
your new build- Bl
ing see W.T. Liv- Evryooc
ingston. B esat A Few o
Work. .Lowest ,,,,,s Firew<
anad .Pet Stock
prices, Raeing-5 Days
Lock Box No. 59., Wr( hug,
Newberry. S. C F3r Foil lIfoni
IES GREEN COFFEE',
Stimulating Aroma 'and Taste
Satisfies Tobacoo Hunger
Hundreds of imitation brands are
on sale that look like Schnapps; the
outside of the imitation plugs of to
bacco is flue cured, but the inside is
filled with cheap, flimsy, heavily
sweetened air cured tobacco; one
chew of Schnapps will satisfy tobacco
hunger longer than two chews of
Expert tests prove that this flue
cured tobacco, grown in the famous
Piedmont region, requires and takes
less sweetening than any other kind,
-and has a wholesome, stimulating,
satisfying effect on chewers. If the
kind of tobacco you are chewing don't
satisfy, more than the mere habit of
expectorating, stop fooling yourself
and chew Schnapps tobacco.
Schnapps is like the tobacco chew
ers formerly bought costing from 75C.
to $1.oo per pound; Schnapps is sold
at 50c. per pound in 5c. cuts, strictly
io and 15 cent plugs.
)MPANY, WINSTON-SALEMX N. 0.
,STATE AND STOCKS.
i could take a wcrthless sheet of pape-, write a
md make it worth $65,000-that's GENIUS.
an write a few words on a sheet of paper and
$10,000,000-that's CAPITAL. The United
:e an ounce and a quarter of gold and stamp upon
3ird" and make it worth $20.00-that's MONEY.
can take material worth $5.00 and make it into
; worth $1,000--that's SKILL. A merchant can
le worth 75 cents and sell it for $1.00--that's
A lady can purchase a $1.00 hat, but she pre
;27.00--that's FOOLISHNESS. A ditch digger
>urs a day and handles several tons of earth for
Ly--that's LABOR. When a man or woman in
-eal Estate--that's WISDOM.
acres of land within three miles of Kinards, with
residence with halls, nice oak grove, 4 wells,
es, 75 or 100 acres of pasture land under wire
s goc d fertile land, and I believe the best ?Iace
I know of. - Terms easy.
et, if you have some surplus funds on which you
:e returns, I have some stock that will Interest you.
J. A. BURTON,
/lan Between" Buyer and Sel!er.
trybody is Coming
AUGUST A, GA Nov. 3
e Week of Fun, Frolic and Instruct
,ntertainment. From Monday
to Saturday Inclusive,
ber 29 to November 3
I Care Relegated to the Past--The
for the Entire Week is Mirth
is Invitbd to Attend the Big.Fair.%
0 Spent for Your Entertain ment.
a for Round Trip on All Railroads.
the Many Good Things Offered for Your'
rks, "Fall of Pompeii," $ro,ooo Display. Poultry
Bhow. Agricultural and Live Stock Show. Ho~rsek
.Dr. Julian Thomas' Air Ship and Balloon. "Wild
Beautiful 1Dancing-Girls. Two Big Brass Bands. ' Bull
Live Dragont, from Panama. Lottie the Living Doll.
And Much More to See and Hear--Don't Miss It.
Io8tlon Willa W. 1 MOORE, Se'o Au.sa, Ga