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WANDERING OF A PARAGRAPH.
A iKentucky Yarn that Galled Forth
all the HUMorlists' 'Efforts.
Mreporter on a Louisville newspa
Per rote a few weeks go a harmless
QU'story and his paper printed it
th*e.next day. It tol( of a Kentucky
m wIho had been asleep for twelve
that time the pleasant. bit of
1has beenl eartlng bread and
r people all over Nortli Amer
Us we read several days after
2 nian in Kentucky has been
relfor,'twelve years. Wlenl lie
waIkes h-sh1ould )be assured of a
Ie rme. i job as jurymani.'
Chicag .ad that u). In fact most
of the Ci..ago paI)rs commented in
one way orliother upon the sonino
lence of the nX5tucktan.
The St. Jo 1, Mo., paragraph man
handles it thus:
''Down in Kenvcky a man's been
asleep twelve years. Won't le be
mighty glad to find out all his debts
Somebody in Denver has evidently
had experience in Kentucky, beause
the next time the newspaper waif
shows upl) it is ill a Denver paper tihus
'A veteran Kentucky eitizen has
been sleeping twelve years. Probably
only snoozing off a real, old time
A spirit of envy may have inspired
the next text on the subject. It comes
from a New Orleans paper this way:
"A Kentucky man has been buried
in a sound sleep for the last twelve
years. Most likely he started in to
read one of Marse Henry Watter
son 's editorials.'"
Hot oil tlie heels of this unkind cut
comes tie deliberate insult of a De
''See that a Kentncky man has been
asleep for t welve years. Don't blallie
him. That's about all there is to do
nowadays if you have to live in Ken
There is probably some allusion to
local conditions in (Ihis paragraplh
from St. Louis:
'A Kentickian of some standinr
-as been lasleep for tile last twelve
years. In all likelilhood the gentle
man is (ead an(d some of those hiajhly
efficient ambulance surgeons have
made one of tiheir usual hurried diag
noses of his ease.''
Still hurrying on its way, the scrap
of intelligence slips into a Columbus,
0.. editorial rvoom, where the nan
takes it' and hiturls it back inl thlis
'Tre~~'s a man, in Kentiuky whio's
been aslep t r wel ve years. As long
as lie keeps W- eves shut and lies still
it's all ri.,,ht. Ie's a blamed sight
honester than . a lot of o0hetr Kentuick
ilnns whoi. have beell walking-, aro1-iund
Soun1d asle,ep f I f. wiee t welve years.'
Otie i ht l he inclin ted to wond cer
suspiicius5ly ai1ent thie htabits of' the
HTarr.isoithuri': mantt wlmt fixed it up
'i~t'Wel'rn witht interest thtat a Kn
Flue Curing Devel
Found In Schn
There are three ways 1
mers for curing and pre]
tobacco for the market;
cured, air cured and flue (
old and cheap way is call<
the later discovery and im
is called flue cured. In
the tobacco is taken frc
and suspended over in
flues in houses especially
tain the heat, and there
proper temperature until
process developes in the
stimulating taste and fray
found in Schnapps toba
green coffee is made fl
stimulating by the roast
Only choice selections <
juicy flue cured leaf, gr
famous Piedmont countr
best tobacco grows, a
Schnapps and other Reyr
of high grade, flue cur<
R~. J. REYNOLDS T
tucky man has been asleep for twelve
years. He probably came in at :3 a.
in., too muddled to make excuses to his
wife, and now he's simply side step
ping the morning after explanation1s.'
When the cineinnati writer starts
in we see how far a man dare ieach
after a pun:
''That Kentucky cbap who has beenl
quietly sleepiig for the last twelve
years must have filled himself I ill of
Pittsburg shows it still maniages to
keep tin eye on literary affairs:
'A Kentucky man went, to s1eep
twelve years ago and lie's asleep yet.
This shows is the terrible effects of
reading one of the Henry James's no
The handIfing of the theme in Cleve
,lan1d Shows i tendency to get gay with
tle Police. The paper says:
'A maii in Kentcky has been
for twelve years. This naturally
brings upl) the plerinent query, ''lWhy
isn't he on our police force?''
Glittering Social Splendors Glittering
The elegant home of that sparklinig
little jewel, Miss Elsie Moore, who is
as pretty as a pictiur'e and as bright
as an icicle and as pure as a djew
drop and as sweet as a flower, was a
sparkling scene of radiant loveliness
last night, for this beautiful little
maiden and her handsome and magni
ficently formed sister liad invited a
number of their friends to assemble
in honor of the beautiful and bewitch
ing Miss Neda Taylor and the charm
ing and fascinating Miss Rosalie setz
leir, who are now dispensing their
charms and witcheries in Wilson, and
naking so1 many hearts drunk witll
(lie potations of their intoxicating
It was indeed a scene of rarst love
liness, for many of' Wilson's brighi
test gems were theie in all of their
richest lustre, and were rivalling in
their brilliancy the exqusite beamiings
of, those resplendent jewels in vliose
hiontir this deliiglit li entertain ient
was~ tiven. IW was joyous festivity, for
the lovely faces of, our glorious lit tle
maideis were as radiant as tle pure
aid stainless gleamings of' a crystal
rubbed over in the glittering polish
of shimmering sunbeams, andl bur
nished with the dazzling strikes of
quiveriing lighting. Aid as these mer
ry maidens, with sparkling eyes anJ
eanmin. faevS and musical la.gliter.
moved to aiid Im like symploilies of
. .iI%W. t eY 1 (lti-ed 10 i ll Ih t l la lnel
of ellf(yinllt I st ie 111 (I silver li'flit,
l11(111 il(ml vacth rip]le ill Ilut toyous
ellI'vilt with a siullheai of lritiillest
An1d we lul.' I 1at as olr lalI
s0ome a .allant youn lads ImIked
doint the tadiam ees g sne4
sparillg their on(' ale haes
'lmey sunli outshie of11'
:ured. The)lllli b11Ill acco i fl1
A are Icurl-e,; W flle wth
mpp th atel Sa gfs'
tesel y har- Expertei
kptin the Pnisaleth
tobacco The bacco has ai
:dan airomaed siedyig
.cc,us as hewn of Scb
>m ths ried an It'
kept in the PiedmontJ
tis urin les sweetc
Atobaccos.he and has5
O-aCCan andMsatisy, mW
these young boys felt that Cupid had
come to their youn hearts oin a mis
sionl is sweet. as odors come when
vernal breezes and passionate Sunll
beams woo and kiss the budding flow
ers aid make them breathe the frag
ran of sprilig time's richest bowers.
The Plays He Found.
New York World.
'lein-1J1 ohli Cudwinl told this oie:
Ant Pmldish actor oF- some promini
elnet was. dinlin-41. w ith I v t'rieinds
inl thi:. c Nr. . n o)t( f(1 theml asked
him it' he hm14 l tll(mi a11Ny Almericanl
plays that he tloull ht-- he could use ili
"Oh, yes.'' he rei ied. " I have seen
one or two that I lawney will obtain
on tie other side. In fact, I have enl
tered into nie-otiationis fo' several.
Oie that appeals to mie stronlzly is a
Ifily called 'Ten lEenings in -a Public
House,' where I shall play John Mor
franl, and( anlother is name11 'Uncle|
Tomas's llesidenve.' which has at Fine
part for mTe in Marks, tie barrister.''
Assessment if ptrsoial property
for year 1907.
1, or an authorized agent will be at
tihe, following places named below for t
the purpose of takiig returns of per
sonal1 property for t he year 1907. r
At Newberry, January...... 1 to 13.
At Whitmire, Monday January ..14.
At Maybinton, Tuesday, January 15.
At Glymphville, Wednesday, Jan. 16.
At Walton, Thursday, January. . 17.
At Pomaria, Friday, January .. 18
At Jolly Street, Monday, January 21.
At Little Mountain, Tuesday, Jan. 22.
At O'Nealls, Wednesday, January 23.
At St. Lukes, Thursday, January 24.
At Prosperity, Fri. & Sat. Jan. 25-26.
At Lonlgshores, Monday, January 28.
At Chappells, tuesday, January 29.
And at Newherry until February 20,
after which time a penalty of 50 per
ceit. wil 1 he adided against parties
failinl, to make retnrns.
While oi the rounds my office will
be cpeln each day for tlie puipose of
receiving returns there.
The la.' requivres a tax oin all notes,
Imorga!-vs and moImeys, also an income
tax (iln gross incomes of $2500.00 and
There shall be a capitation tax of
50 cents on all do_-s, the proceeds to
be expended for school pliposes. Dogs
not returned for taxation shall not be
held to be property in any of the
courts of this state.
All males betwcen the a.-es of 21
and 60 years, except confleeleate sol
diers or those per-sonls iincap11:ble of
earninlLS a support y bing m aimled
Mr from any other catuse, are liable to
I ?'t ask that your pro() ert be
t:'kc!1 fr-cmi th'e 1u. ks tIe same as last
vovi. ,ill 1i1 1 ' minY 1 i i o I il
''1'o]ji ' lil'h ak ii s\v(W : t o. Il um ! rci of'
Aroma and Taste
*s of imitation brands are
t look like Schnapps; the
the imitation plugs of to
e cured, but the inside is
cheap, flimsy, heavily
air cured tobacco; one
Ihnapps will satisfy tobacco
Lger than two chews of
ests prove that this flue
co, grown in the famous
region, requires and takes
ning than any other kind,
effect on chewers. If the
reCO you are chewing don 't
re than the mere habit of
ng, 'top fooling" your'self
9 is like the tobacco chew
y bough"it cos;tingu~ from 75C
r pond I; Schnapps~ is sold
pound in 5c. cuts, strictly
[NSTON-SALEM. N. C.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ina
Its peculiar legal organizition makes it the strongest Life It
.o years old, It gives the greatest guarantees written in the 1
:ost. Its non participating rates are less than any other coml
owing are the rates per $1.ooo on noi-participating platn.
W1011 - 20 PAVMINT WIOLE 20 1
AGIH LIFP. 11PH. AGlH I,Ili.
20 $14 65 $22 60 35 21 70
21 15 00 22 95 36 22 40
22 15 35 22 30 37 23 15
23 15 70 23 70 38 23 90
24 16 o5 24 [0 39 24 75
25 16 45 24 55 4o 25 (X)
26 16 85 25 00 41 26 55
27 17 30 2545 42 27 55
28 17 75 25 90 43 28 60
29 18 25 26 40 44 29 70
30 18 75 26 95 45 3) y)
31 39 25 27 50 46 32 15
32 [9 84 28 05 47 32 5'
33 20 40 28 60 48 34 95
34 21 05 29 20 49 36 50
$40,000,000 Besides Asses
The "Pacific Mutua Life"
$4o,ooo,ooo of its stockholders' private fortunes is, by the q
'und for every policy holder of this Company. Stockholders,
>rofit from what policy holders pay in.
It is 40 years old. It has over $ioo.ooo,ooo of business in f,
he most liberal policies of any Lite Company. It writes all f
niore cash and more paid up Insurance at end of premium pa
irgest dividends of any company doing business in South Car<
Call to see us.
Office over old Post Office.
The Place to
CKP- i Make
* - v k of
he Unl :sil" Coffee Perc4
1 L e.... u:.w! .: m prop stics. By the time
L ..] , .,..I\'iL 25 ., irn . i. :enadv t. rre --ai. petil.mc. rich and whmc
The "Universal" Food Chopp
ho-per is r, largec ti .t whtecver is being chopped rea
caan i et inside tic L...rr. I. C2..opis all kinds of meal
food, i:uit, f1Ah and vegetables, fmne or coarse, into el
holes Lt s.,,.4 to bcoma .:loi.ged, no strength waste
I-WANT TO SELL YOU SOli
I have been in the business a long time, and am a good judi
Send me an order and let me prove it.
My prIces are as low as good whiskey can be sold for. WI
meet the competition of unscrupulous dealers, I'll retire.
I am doing business on the square, and wc
prepay expressage, but secure you the lowest pos
, 9 My prices are as lowv as you can expect to
I uhl,p All Ordcrers In Plain
West Point ~Specsni
P.rivate i nci on
Sweet .Uw. Con .
1suraince Compaiiy in Americ. It is nearly
olicies o' any ltistirance C- ut at less
iany doing buisa.e-s in Ili, -ectiol: The fol
'AY"MENT WI101i 20 PAVMI N'2
uii. AGit L y. 1.1 yt.
'9 8'S .5 38 15 11 50
1o 50 51 39 90 .16 0(1
;I 2o 52 .11 73 .17 6
;1 95 53 -13 75 .19 30
12 70 54 45 '5 51 Is
3 50 55 4'S 1" 53 1o
4 35 50 5" 5" 55 20
5 25 57 53 '1 57 45
6 20 58 5SS 559 85
17 20 59 ' .' 62 45
8 25 6o 61 ); 65 25
9 35 61 65 3. 68 16.
P 50 62 68 92 71 45,
1 75 63 7. " 74 95
3 1o 64 78 5 78 76
of the Company.
is the ompany.
tate Law of Caf.rnia, j -u rantee-d Safety
according t I L tw and C . rier. deriVe no0
)rce ill 4 St;itce, .-t! TO i '- -ric,. It writes
)rnis of policis. 1 Itiuu '1,-vee 1in the policy
ying peri >d '.h i i .n% c .mp ny. It pa-s
Gei Agi. for Souith Carolina.
i easier, quicker
Lr way of making
hand k,e tiing. Qaicker by
th~e work better and more
Bread that's always thie same -
)lator Brings''* the table
every day mn the
h coldI water, and as it per..
emorature, only the whole
bo>iling water to release the
tebiigpoint is reached
yies and sizes.'
eOperates the easiest be..
lily finds its way to the seven
raw or cooked, all kinds of
an cut, uniform pieces. No
I in squeezing or mashing,
vIE PUR3 M7VSIKEY
ve of wvhiskey.~ jayhn ...ml i ood aind ,urC
iCen it becomes('~ nec.ci: ;'y' ( toIer chieap) mixtuires to
n't have your olrders oni any other basiis. I do not.
>ay for reliable goods.
Rye, Our Leader- -\ ios 4.. 4 O , .s - QuarI u uis Ofo,
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y~r~ !d. .'i, .ttr......... 'J) 3.75 3.30)
ar qualnity, rom r e.mb
are a. e and . . .-.d . 1Aene 3m . . .'. r:
eto Ciuttoig. R.'amn by Aloney ''dder or - 'se-i I,etter.