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BY "FAST" EXPRESS TO PARIS
AND A POOR MAN'S PARADISE
Seabrook's Impressions of French Railroad Methods-Fru
gal Journeys AmoDg a Thrifty People-Seeing
Paris at a Minimum Expense.
(By W. B. Seabrook.) for Paris. He sold me a through tick
Augusta Chronicle. et and said I would reach my destina
Paris, France, Dee. 5.-Paris is the tion at 5 p. m. Then he shut me up,
poor man's paradise. Such a de- all alone, in a little closet on wheels,
claration may sound like sarcasm to with no drinking water, no lavatory,
the tourist who has paid a dollar for no conductor, no newsboy, no porter;
'a single peach at Maxim's or $20 a buried a live, with no hope of escape.
day for an apartment at the Grand With refined cruelty, a call-bell was
-Hotel, but the statement is never- placed within easy reach, and just be
theless true. It is not a desirable low it a placard announcing th-at any
city for a person without funds and oewodrdtuhtebl ol
in search of employment, for thebearseansntopionfrlfe
wages here are in proportion to the Atrcaln ln h arw
cheapness of the living and the work- agtrcfoserlhus,w
ing hours, though conditions have im-'rahdFin.
proved within the 'ast few years, are TeepesfrPrs
still of a length that would not be I a eatdsvnmntsao
tolerated in America. But for the Thuttisranmd con
man who has a few dollars in histin
pocket and a source of income how- I i,ocsoal.Btwa a
ever modest, the economical possibili-thmaerwhmeHdsoeo
ties of comfort and pleasure are as-m eaie id,o a emn
Before attempting to describe this WhnIapieteagttato
phase of Parisian life, however, I ctsrpe ihrpiaeo ulc
must pay my respects to the FrenchhaocurdanthtIsml
* railroads, for I had the misfortune towatdorecPri,hsrigwy
travel by rail from Dinan to Paris.lotalitrsinmcseadr
After quitting Normandy, I spent mre ndutu oe htaoh
several days walking from village toertanwudbalginwoo
village along the Breton coast, at thethehor.twalngferdk
same time visiting St. Malo and two we ece h aedsIvld
oronehwho dared touch thenbellhwould
heartd, smpletype hadleeredt are reks and ew accpins one
lov inNorandqresrvig te p A-therec erawgalong The tansarw
tursqu cutom o oter ayseve galle tadka ao geeral outrve so
to a reatr deree tan teir eh e Fooli t hngine bet
cheese, buttr, fruiteandciderPwers
"dirtchea," ad forseve or I t ad eparted sime glasts wgo.
shdoect his eynemad Whilee
* in the morninghe mtte with prvsossfi ad,tesga yms are smreof
ciet fr wo eary eal, ete - moy radtivensie, re utirman
aly hlesrechdatfllclgh nared akr? oneeyhnd hrr
somegrasy bak bytheoadsde;hloc Isapprisedithoe aend, that n
thismetod f lvin renere meiiwligtsd stechs Pariso emaigtwy
depedentofrstauantsandobbest iles ineretp ae, and anamshre
whe I appnedto e i th iiniy omareme uinoubfu thates thaanoth
Guscin (e ha dublechir an tijrin awoudse caloin to ion
pronouces hi namedu hekhaeg pors. wea lng a tehrsehike
Britnny I ed e t therairo n Iu areched theare puppy Inaide
ston ande ouer largiet ors. eahin Pai,es.ebentldt
illag eoperesal forge the ameknch t Rilray tof thundoerstn whc r
"herte die er! IIaere t a e led, wisee s and p cidnso
lovhe dorwany, osrvn the spebo the French rad,ays. That tranare
tueuiligi Bltoreweesr o of other asee ma lnes in ohera retvels,
cted ath gretra fiegr ofa ther. nh slotwly thatste netngneeris ableth
carve in theratiterpreetn Brad stnougyuptof doors' an afr liteoe
curyse,ndutuer,nfruidon't enoe were lntfaommaithnas.)l laswn
ther cetap,' offce f tehen rencht sdt ronets 'yes. Whiles the
cetsIRailr t oad ofteyet aphosedk begins aretinn the beinigIhmedes
but- the a.rninwtl ptrofsioorsuf- tadnte eigaytems arrmte mave
thien fortioertels, Mercury us took and omprehsiv te. Prtecautins
racey w snailhe and fullngt by aherto tae Ltn Qvrern. Thar
thm todflvgrneem ein l s. wie, la nqie t emploe
dendent old esthat and wobber ie ordered'istapen and satmsher
whcensIsae to ne inr t vicinity oflextreme bckautiom th iseaisme
Att mytrina aeredmirn- the r view.Oneupn am I foun a lul-t
Gein the with a toug hin expes fnurishg roo o chaner toanion
t to Mis
1 Store At an<
ill Be Sold by
cts. Every item j
thing is being sol
it sale, you can't C
buy your Christr
Enamel and Tin
ne gets a free pri
that small sum to include light ard b
service. It is on the fifth floor and n
not very large, but -everything is I
spotlessly clean, and there is a spaci
ous window opening directly *u the h
street. In th-e mornings, if I choose s
to be really economical, I caa go to a
the Cafe Biard-there are a hiuiceC b
of them in Paris, all belonging 4 the d
same company, like the Child's re- t
staurants in America-and there can
sit down to a cup of coffee fo- tw
cents and a roll for one cent. If I (
choose to be extravagant, I can lie*
in bed and ring for the "garsou '- A
At a cost of twelve cents he will bring
me a pitcher of hot milk, a little pot
f coffee, rolls and fresh haitte- So
ar as the other meals ar-s e.:eerned,
>ne can spend what he chooses. Num
>crs of restaurants serve dinners :at
he fixed price of 20 to 25 eents,' ev
trything included. One is given a pint
>f wine, beer or milk, according to
iis fancy; a soup or a fruit salad;
~hen meat; then a plate of vegetables,
ollowed by dessert or coffee and di
~heese according to one's taste. Many ai
tudents find even this humble .price C
~oo steep, and have recourse to the
~aharuteries and laiteries, carrying p.
ome their purchases, or dining on a S
ench in the park. The charcuterie
s a market where nothing is sold but y
ig-meat, raw as in a butcher shop, m
r cooked and ready for the table. Si
sanners are free and easy in the
atin Quarter, and a student can go d<
nto one of these places, buy four al
~ents worth of hot sa ~sage or a grill- G
d pork chop, and eat ai while stand
ng in the street, witniout occasioning
~he slightest comment or attention. a.
Lt the laiteries, milk and cheese are f
n sale, and if you ask for one or two
~ents worth of these dairy products
he clerks do not regard you as a
niser or a fool. There are even Ger- t
nan and Russian students here who it
ive year in and year out for $15 a
~nonth, including room, laund'ry and ~
neals, but their existence is not en
This, however, is merely the sordid, ni
naterial side of life, whille the real bi
~harm of Paris for the man of limit
d means lies in the varied pleasures A
nd diversions offered to its visitors.
~ither free or at inconsequential cost.
>y this richest and gayest of cities.
Text week I intend to write about a
ew of them. _ _ -
ERESPASS NOTICE-All persons
are hereby warned and forbidden c
to hunt, trespass or in anyway en- a
ter the lands of the andersigned. fi
C. W. Buford.
Dr. Johnson. a
Ernest Chaney. el
M. M. Buford.
AN ORDINANCE t
Regulating the Transportation of ti
rresh Meats. CI
Be it ordained by the Mayor and t
tidermen of the Town of Newberry, ii
. C.. in Council assembled and by au
hority of the same:V
Section 1. That from and after the b
mbl)iation of this Ordinance al!
1eats en route fronm slaughter-house
o market mnust be compnletely cov0red
ndrne:ith a.nd above with clean
~hite cloths and must be carried in
ebicles and mats sh-all at all times
s this CI
i Below Cost,
n the store is mai
J. Every article
ifford to miss it, C
nas Toys and PrE
Ware, Hosiery, LE
3sent every weep
e subject to inspection by the police
ien and members of the Board of
Sec. 2. Any person or persons vio
tting the provision of this Ordinance
1all for each offense be punished by
fine not exceeding fifty dollars or
y imprisonment not exceeding thirty
one and ratified under the corpor
ate seal of the Town of New
berry, S. C.. this the seventh ci
3eal) day of October, 1908.
J. J. Langford,
ttest: Mayor of Newberry. m
Eug. S. Werts,
Clerk and Treasurer.
BLUE RIDGE SCHEDULES. ad
No. 1.8, leaves Anderson at 6.30 a.
.for connection at Belton with Dm
outhern for Greenville.
No. 12, from Walhalla, leaves An- foi
~rson at 10.15 a. in., for connection
;Belton with Southern Railway for
olumbia and Greenville.
No. 20, leaves Anderson at 2.20
in., for connections at Belton with th~
uthern Railway for Greenville.
No. 8, daily except Sunday, from Se
ralalla arrives Anderson 6.24 p.
.with connections at Seneca with
>uthern Railway from points south. fr
No. 10, from Waihalla, leaves An-fr
arson at 4.57 p. mn., for connections
;Belton with Southern Railway for
reenville and Columbia.
No. 17, arrives at Anderson at 7.50*
in., from Belton with connections1
No. 9, arrives at Anderson at 12.24 lot
in., from Belton with connections4
om Greenville and Coilumbiai. Goes
No. 19, arrives at Anderson at 3.40 Cl
in., from Belton with connections
No. 11, arrives at Anderson at sta
29 p. mn., from Belton with con- .
etions from Greenville anid Columi
a. Goes to Waihalla. "
No. 7. daily except Sunday, leaves co~
nderson at 9.20 a. in., for Walhialla, tio
INOL CURES CHRONIC COUSNS,tr
COLDS AND BRONCHITIS pa
After Other Remedies Fal
"I have been troubled with a chronic
>ld and bronchitis for a long time
id have tried many remedies without
:ding relief. Through the kind sug
~stion of a friend I tried Vinol, and
~ter taking four bottles, am entirely
red." A. H. Wilde, 733-8th Avenue,
S. McDonald, 147 W. Cong-ress
L Paul, Minn., writes: "I con
acted a severe cold last winter and6
ought I would never get rid of it. 1I
ed Vinol as a last resort, and it has
>pletely cured me."
Vinol combines two world-famed 4
nics, the healing, medicinal proper-g
es of cod liver oil and tonic iron, de
ciously palatable and agreeable to the
eakest stomach. For this reason,
inol is unexcelled as a strength
ider for old people, delicate chil-4
ren, weak and run-down persons, af
r sickness and for Chronic Coughs,
olds and Bronchitis.
/iliam E. Pelham~ &'Son, 2
Newherrv. S. C.
,osing Out Sale.
This Stock Must
-ked in plain figures. Come and
marked in plain figures. You
nc when you come and see you
ksen ts. Now is your time to buy
ices and Notions, ALL AT COST.
Look for the Big Red Front.
ITCHED YOUR TENT?
In other words have you acquired a home of your own in this fair
y, and become a freeholding citizen?
Boarding or living in a rented house is all right only when it is
rely preparatory to getting one's own home.
No matter how small and humble the home, there is a fascination
out ownership. That it is cheaper than paying rent is a fact that
mits of no dispute. And a mated man and woman are happiest in
e seclusion of their own fireside and their own home.
I can make it possible for you to buy a home and pay for it in
)thly payments. For instance I have for sale:
21i. Two lots on Main street. One of these has plenty of oak trees
-shade. Both lots are well drained and at the right price.
24. One large and beautiful k,t adjoining Mr. W. F. Ewart.
34. Three room house convenient to Mollohon Mfg. Co.
r'. Ten room dwelling on Nance street, in one block of public square,
very place for a private boarding house. Price $2,50o
05, 46. Two lots on Nance Street, within one block of public square.
wer and waterworks convenient to both.
55. New four room cottage in High Point. Price $1,350
31i. 80 acres of land in the Trinity neighborhood. About six miles
37. Five room house with a large lot on Johnstone street.
18. Six room cottage on Calhoun street, splendid location.
>1. 142 acres land near Maybinton. Has three tenant houses, barn
)2. Eight room house on Boundary street.
)6. Two lots on Nance street. Part of the Pope property.
37. Three lots near Mr. J. L. Burns'. These are reasonable price
s and are very convenient to the Newberry Cotton Mi:1.
)8. New seven room residence on Harrington Street.
29. Beautiful lots on the new street running from the Presbyterian
urch to tbe new Court House.
oo. Five -room house on South street, near the Farmers' Oil Mill.
o6. 9 room residence, two acres land, two tenant houses, barn and
bles, also good orchard, in the town of Prosperity, S. C.
[07. Pretty new seven room stuccoed cottage, with a Reception Hall,
Caldwell street. This has all the modern conveniences and is very
ivenient to the Graded School, the Churches and the business por
n of the city.
o8. Four room cottage with hail and front and back piazzas, elec
:lights, on Caldwell street. Price $1,200.
WOULDN'T YOU like to buy a few shares of good stocks that will
r you a dividend of 8 per cent. per annum without insurance or taxes?
J. A. Burton.
The First Cough of the Seasecri,0
.Rven though not severe, has a tendency to Irritate the wiai
tive mzembranes of the throat and delicate bronchial tube~s.
Coughs then come easy all winter, every time you tah~ ;he
slightest cold. Cure the firsf'cough before it has a chance to *
set up an Inination in the del icate capillary air tube. of theg
lungs. The best remedy is QUICK RELIEF COUGH
SYRUP. It at once gets right at the seat of tr uble ad re
moves the cause. It is free from Morphine and is as ese for (S
a child as for an adult. 25 cents at
MAYES' DRUG STORE.