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Neapolitan Lover's Gruesme Method
Naples, Oct. 31.-A particularly
gruesome story has come to light in
this eity. Eliza Sealisi, -a beautiful
young woman, was engaged to be
married to a young manf named Ales
sandro, but she died a few days be
fore the date set for the ceremonY
and was buried in a local cefietery.
Alessandro was heartbroken over
his bereavement, and one night he
dug up the body and carried it to his
lodging. He embalmed the corpse of
the young woman, dressed it in its
bridal clothes, and kept it in his
rooms for a fortnight. Neighbors
finally grew curious from the fact
that the young man never went
abroad, and peeping one day through
his shuttered windows they saw
Alassendro seated alongside the dead
body of the woman who was to have
been,his wife affectionately holding
The police were informed and Ales
vandro was arrested. The body has
been buried a second time.
Be a Booster.
Do you know there's lot o' people
8ettin' 'round at every town,
Srowlin' like a broody ohichen,
Knockin' every good thing down
Don't you be that kind o? cattle,
'Cause they aint' .no use on earth.
You just be a booster rooster,
Crow and boost for all your're
If your town needs boostin", boost 'er,
Don't hold back an' wait to see
If some other feller's willin',
Sail right in-this country's free;
No one's got a. mortgage on it,
It's just yours as much as his,
If your town is shy on boosters,
You get in the boostin' biz,
And if things don't seem to suit you,
And the world seems kinder wrong,
What's the matter with a boostin',
Just to help the thing along;
'Cause if things should stop a goin,
We'd,be a sorry plight,
You just keep that horn a-blowin',
.Boon 'er -ip with al1 your might.
If you see some feller tryin'
For -to make some project go,
Vou can boost it up a trifle,
That's your cut to let him know
That you're not a-goin' to knock it,
Just because it ain't your ''shout,"
But you're goin' to boost a little,
'Cause he's got ''the best thing
If you know some feller's failin's,
Just forget 'em 'cause you know
That same feller's got some good
Them's the ones you want to show;
''"st your loaves odt on the waters,
They '11 come back,'' a sayin' true,
Mebibe they will come back ''butter
When some feller boosts for you..
The Internationial Lyceum Associa
In commenting on the last conven
tion of the International Lyceum As.
sociatiODd which met at Joliet, Illinois,
during early September, Paul M.
SPearson says in The Lyeeumnite and
Talent, thie official organ of the . As
'The spirit of the Joliet Conveitftion
was voiced by Dr. H. W. .Sears, when
on the floor during a stormy business
session he said, ''We are brethren.'
At the moment it did not appear .that
we were, but every man of experi
'ence knew th.at the admonitionl of
Dr. Sears was not only calculated to
quiet the storm, but that it. was the
expression of the general feeling ol
the meeting, which had been evidene
ed in many ways. and which was to
be demonstrated farther in the vei-y
dispute which to superficial observers
looked as though it might disrupt the
organization. Organizations of busi
ness men, and even the fraternal so
ieties, to say nothing of a patriotic
society like the Daughters of the
American Revolution, do not always
have ,meetings of such harmony that
the members appear to be brethren.
Measured by these organizatiionls the
I. L. A., an association of people with
he proverbial artistic tenmperament,
has accomplished g-reat things when
it has demlnustrated that they are
brethren. What Leigh Hunt said of
actors may truthfully be said of plat
form people. ''A successful actor
would be a phenomenon of modesty
if he were not one of the vainest of
men. No one gets so mueh applause
as he does and in such an intoxicating
way, excepting a conqueror entering
a city.'' For lecturers, readers, musi
ians, entertainers, and managers,
wose work is often hotly competi
whfve whose ideas of art, and life, are
eroi,. for Stich a (omi1;an1V O f w)(
sons to meet 'or four or more day. in
good fellowship and to plan and work
for their united advancement is cause
to gladden the hearts of all who are
interested in the movement. About
many things the members were pot
in accord; about some questions they
differed radically; in some of the
discussions the debate was heated,
and at one time was unpardonably
personal, foolish and silly, but the
convention was a unit in its desire to
promote the welfare of the Associa
tion as a whole, and in the end all
members acquiesced in the will of
CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAR
Schedule in effect June 9th, 1907.
Lv. Newberry(C N & L.) 12:46 p. m.
Ar. Laurens , 1:52 p. m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 2:15 p. m.
Ar. Greenville 3:40 p. m.
Lv. Laurens 1:58 p. m.
Ar. Spartanburg 3:30 p. m.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Ry.) 3:40 p. m.
Ar. Hendersonville 6:25 p. m.
Ar. Asheville 7:30 p. m.
Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 2:00 p. m.
Ar. Greenwood 2:56 p. m.
Ar. McCormick 3:55 p. m.
Ar. Abgusta 5:40 p. m.
Pullman Chair Cars between Au
gusta, Laurens and Asheville, tri
weekly. Leave Augusta Tuesda7s,
Thursday and Saturdays ;leave Ashe
ville Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
Note: The above arrivals and de
partures, as well as connections with
other companies. are ven as infor
mation, and Are not guaranteed.
Cen. Pass. Agt.,
all who visit Columbia during the F
Piano and Organ Exhibit
Take Notice-We do not exhibit at the
street, and have some rare bargains to of
Write for catalogue.
MALONE'S MUSIC HOUSE:
If.your head aches, if yc
water, if your eyes burn,
brow is puckered, if you:
your eyes have squint.
All of the above troubles
the use of hmy pure Crysta
for each case.
DR. B.H. l
Office Up Stairs Over Cop
Main Street, N~
Account Jamestown T4
Season, Sixty Day and Fi
daily, comrmencing April 1
vember 30th, 1907.
Very low rates will also b<
BRASS BANDS in unifor
STOP OVERS will be all
and Fifteen Day Tickets,
For full and completei
Agents Southern Railway.
Agents wanted at once, previo
experience is not essential, territo
is going fast, write soon if you wi
to make money faster than you ev
did before. Whit today. Address
F. Clark, Conway, Ark.
NOTICE TO OVERSBEES.
All overseers oZ public roads
Newberry county are hereby order
to work their respective sections f
the full time, as required by law, I
December 1st, 1907. Herein fail n<
on pain of the penalty of the law.
,!. Monroe Wicker,
Nov. 2nd, 1907.
'Store Your Cotton
Get the lop Notch Price
We pay Insurance
Columbia, S. C.
D. C. H.EYWARD. President.
CHAS T. LIPSCOMB; Secretar
Our Receipts Cit Edze.
Consult Warehouseman, Standai
Warehouse, Newberry, S. C.
ir to call at 2428 Main street and s
of Malone's Music- House.
fair grounds but at our store 1428 Mai
5,price, and terms, to
ir eyes ache, if your eye
if your eyes tire, if yoi
forehead is wrinkled,
are permanently cured b
1 Lenses, specially groun
land Bros. New store, i
ewberry, S. C.
IA .. .
fteen Day Tickets on sale
9th, to and including No
made for MILITARY and
attending the Exposition.
wed on Season, Sixty Day
same as on Summer Tour
nformation call on Ticket
L* W. Hunt
Divisions Pass. Agent.
Charleston. S. C
and all kinds of
F R U I T
Phone 247 and have every
,d thing delivered promptly to your
)t, We are now located on Main
street, also at the old
I Prompt Delivery.
Two Cars Flour
E One Car Cabbage.
Red Rust Proof Oats
at 75 cents per bushel
-d as 16ng as they laist at
e Prosperity, S. C.
$1.00 a week makes the
Spath clear for putting a
'VICTOR into every home.
Why not see, about get
ting yours today.
All sizes VICTORS in
s stock,.$10 to $100.
d rt and Variety Store,
Nea berry, S. C.
will be so
Seven Dollar va' ues at only
Five Dollar values at only
Four Dollar values at only
Three Dollar values for only
Two Dollar values for only
and sor e Pants as low as 75c.
Every pair a bargain at
Wora to ILOUSI
41 We are just in receipt
shipment of Seeded Rais
Currants and Citron.
Shelled Almonds, j
Shell, Walnuts and Butt
Our stock of Table
Pickles and Preserves
and second to none in tI
Spices of all kinds,
whole, Flavoring Extrac1
Vegetables every week.
The Fattest and Fresh4
Pickled Pigs' Feet, R
Saur Kraut, Sweet or i
We are offering two
have few equals and no
e J. E. M. and Gol
Flour is still advancir
need you had better lay
Anything you wantin
or staple groceries we hi
0 You are cordially in
and inspect our stock.
0 S. B. JI
Fant's Old S
Chiqa aqd Cu
If y ou wish to see
sortmenlt of Fancy C
Glass come to the B
also have a good at
Sterling Silver. Lo<
but ~don't buy until
MADE 300 Doz, F
[TS. FANCY DI
t from Every Shirt
y are double the m
ured. lously low pri
.$4.00 45 ot
$ 2.50 holds good ur
$1.95 Don't waste a
$1ai.2 your deman<
a pair.sight at
l'S. 0 . KLI
of our first
kg and if in
in a supply.
vited to call
the best as
~hina and Cut
ook Store. I
k elsewhere 2
you see my
RL BUTTONS and
s worth at least
>ney. Our ridicu
itil they are sold.
ny time to supply
I. They sell at