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MACK STILL BRYAN'S FRIEND.
But Says he Doesn't Think that Ne
braskan Will Run in 1912.
Buffalo, N. Y., December 12.-Nor
man E. Mack, chairman of the Demo
eratic national committee, when asked
about the published report that a dis
agreeraent has developed between him
self and Secretary Woodson, of the
"There is nothing to it; nothing at
"Will the Democratic national com
ittee meet soon?"
"Unless something now unforeseen
ises. the committee is not likely to
eet for three years."
"Are you still friendly to Mr. Bry- I
"Certainly. I see no reason why 1
should not be just as good a friend
of Mr. Bryan now as I have been in
' "Will you be for him for president
"As it is not at all likely that Mr.
Bryan will be a candidate four years
from now, there is no use discussing
hat question at this time."
"Who is likely to be the candi
"Your guess is just as good as min.
The important question just now is
whether we are going to have any real
tariff revision. The manner in which
the high protective interests at Wash
ington are framing things makes it
appear that the relief expected will
ot be realized; but the interests of
he Democratic party will be well tak
n care of by the Democrats in con
WON ON A BLUFF.
e Way Ove Prosperous Merchrnt
Got His Start in Business.
There is a prosperous merchant In
icago today who owes his success to
* donation of a $5,000 organ to a
urch at a time when he didn't have
ney enough to buy a hand organ.
s donation -was a case of bluff
ure and simple, but the bluff worked
d resulted in the s-obsequent wealth
the lucky bluffer.
John Smith was seeking capital to
in business for himself, but as he
ne security worth speaking of he
uld not borow the money he need
. When he had tried every person he
uld think of who would be likely to
ye the necessary cash and the ineH
ation to lend it and had been turned
wn, lie conceived the idea of pre
ting his church with an organ.
Young Napoleon John Smith there
re ordered his organ and allowed
e future to look out for itself. The
nufactiurers of the organ never
ought of questioning the financial
ndig of the philanthropist who
.handing out $5,000 organs and
to have the instrument set up
the church on time.
Of course J. Smith was not a bud
was born to blush unseen, nor
he hide his beneficence under a
shel. He managed to bring in at
t the flute stops no matter what
e subjec~t of conversation. Not only
the young Napoleon advertise
self by means of the church or
, but the pleased minister and the
ally pleased congregation spread
news of his gift.
niring this time John did not s.1
any alfalfa to grow under his feet.
the pretense of consulting some
atihy member of the congregation
ut some minor details of the organ
would drop into an office and be
he left casually would mention
subject of the company that he
forming. Most of the men that
thus saw thought that it would be
thing to be associated with a
who was making so much money
he was able to hand out $5,000
out missing it, so that all were
ous to take stock in J. Smith's
ong before the time came for the
t payment on the organ Smith had
ered enough money to start his
iness an~d was doing so well he had
ifficulty in borrowing the amount
The First Cougi
Rvezn tkough not uevere, has a
live *sembranes of the throat
Coughs then come easy all wil
slightest cold Cure~ the first<
set up an mnfiamation in the del
lungs. The best remedyv is
SYRUP, It at once gt 'ngh
moves the cause. It is fre e frt
a child as for an adult. 25 cei
aeeded to make the payment. Fron
that time he has made money so fas
that now he could give away severa
$5,000 organs and pay for them a
The Uses of Adversity.
"Grogan,' said the head of the de
partment store, eyeing him sharply
"you 've quit. drinking, haie'n
"Yes, sor," answered the re<
headed Hibernian whD worked in thi
packing department. "I haven't tak
en a drink av anything sthronge:
th'n iced tay f'r three months."
"I am glad to hear it. Grogan. I'l
make it an object to you to sty quit
But how did you break yourself o:
''Be hittin' me thumb nail wid
hammer whin I was packin' a box o
"I don't see how that could cur
"Well. Misther Barker. it was thi
way. If I'd been sober. d'ye moind
I'd niver have don it. but I wasn'
Whin I whacked me thumb instead a,
the nail I was thrin' to dhrive i
made a blae kspot at the root av m;
thumb nail. I says to meself: 'Gro
gan, I'll punish ye fer that. Ys
shan't have a dhrink a-v ayther bee
'r whusky until that black spot ha
"Well, sor. it was two months be
fure it had growed out to the end o
me thumb an' I cud cut it off. an' b
that time I'd los. all me appetite V'
beer an' whusky.
"Thin I says to meself: 'Grogax
I'll reward ye f'r that. Ye're a so
ber man now, ant ye'll stay sober.
That's the whole story. sor.''
Youth 's Companion.
London Answers. /
Once upon a time there was a yon
man who m6t two nice girls, who wer
constantly together. New, he was a:
astute young man, and he desired t,
say something pretty and agreeable t
the ladies, but he knew that if he pai<
a compliment to one of them, no mat
ter which, the other would be hurt.
'So he though rapidly for a mo
ment, and then he said:
"Ah, I know why you two girls ar
"Why?" asked the two girls.
"Because everybody says that
handsome girl always chooses a home
ly one as a companion, so that hie
beauty may be enhanced by the cor
After such a remark. either bot
girls would be angry with him or d
And7what do you think happened
The two girls blushed and said h
was a flatterer, and went their wa
together, each happy for herself an
sorry for the other.
GET YOUR GLASSES from Dr. C
W. Connor, a graduate of the larg
est optical college in the world-th
Northern Illinois College of Chies
go. Dr. Connor is located permar
ently in Newberry, gives both th
objective and subjective tests b
electricity and guarantees his worn
Office over Copeland Brothers.
GENUINE HAND CUT GLASS i*
don't sell the acid cut.
Damels & Williamson.
Regulating the Transportation of
Be it ordained by the Mayor an
Aldermen of the Town of Newberr:
S. C., in Council assembled and by ai
thority of the same:
Section 1. That from and after ti
publication of this Ordinance a
meats en route from slaughter-hout
to market must be completely covere
underneath and above with elea
white cloths and must be carried
vehiles and meats shall at all timi
be subject to inspection by the polie
men and members of the Board<
See. 2. Any person or persons vi<
lating the p? vision of this Ordinan<
~shall for each offense be punished I
|of the Season,
tendency to irritate the s'en4i
and delicate bronchial tubts.
nter, every time you )ike 'me
:ough before it has a enanne to
icate capillary air tuber' of ie
QUICK RELIEF ((N.GH
t at th- eat of tr o le~ a'. r '
'm Morobine and is e.s 'a~ a 4
a fine not exceeding fifty dollars oi
by imprisonment not exceeding thirty
Done and ratified under the corpor
ate seal of the Town of New
berry, S. C., this the seventh
(Seal) day of October, 1908.
J. J. Langford,
.kttest: Mayor of Newberry.
E ug. S. Werts,
Clerk and Treasurer.
TAX ASSESSMENT roR 1909.
Notice is hereby given that the of
fice of County Auditor will be open
fimm the 1st day of January to the
1 20th day of February, 1909. f.r the I
purpose of receiving returns of tax
E able property for fiscal year com
mencing January 1st. The following
inamed places will also be attended as
required by law:
At Whitmire, Monday, Jan. 11th.
At Maybinton, Tuesday, Jan. 12th.
At Glympliville, Wed'nesday. Jan.
At Walton, Thursday. Jan. 14th.
At Pomaria. Friday, Jan. 15tl.
r At Jolly Street, Monday, Jan. 18th.
t At Little Mountain, Tuesday, Jan.
At O'Neall, Wednesday. Jan. 20th.
At St. Lukes, Thursday. Jan. 21st.
e At Prosperity, Friday and Satur
5 day, Jan. 22nd and 23rd.
At Longshore, Monday. Jan. 25th.
- At Chappells, Tuesday, Jan. 26th.
* The law requires a. tax on ill mort
tgages, moneys, and credits, also on
r incomes over and above $2500.00
All male citizens between the ages
, of 21 and 60 years (exeept those in
- capable of earning a support) are lia
ble to poll tax.
- There shall be assessed on each
dog a capitation tax of 50 cent3.
Dogs not returned for taxation are
not held to be property of this State.
Be careful to note each transfer of
t real estate sine last return.
W. W. Cromer.
Auditor Newberry County.
NEWBERRY UNION STATION.
Arrival and Departure of Passenger
Trains-Effective 12.01 A. M.
Sunday, June 7th, 1908.
No. 15 for Greenville .. .. 8.57a.m.
* No. 18 for Columbia .. . .1.40 p.m.
-No. 11 for Greenville .. . .3.20 p.m.
r No. 16 for Columbia .... .8.47 p.m.
- C. N. &L.REz.
*Nlo. 22 for Columbia .. ..8.47 i.m.
No. 52 for Greenville .. 12.56 p.m.
No. 53 for Columbia .. .. 8.20 p.m.
* No. 21 for Laurens .. . .7.25 p.m.
e *Does not run on Sunday
e This time table shows the timnes at
1 which trains may- be expeeted to de
part from this station, but their de
parture is not guaranteed and the
. time shown is subject to changre with
e (. L. R.';inCon
e~ CHAELESTON & WESTERN~ CAR
Schedule in efect May 31, 1908.
Lv. Newberry(C N & L) 12:56 p.m.
|Ar. La urens 2:02 p.m.
I Lv. Laurens (C & W C) 2:35 p.m.
Ar. Greenville 4:00 p.m.
Lv. Laurens 2:32 p.m.
Ar. Spartanburg 4:05 p.m."
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Ry.) 5:00 p.m. -
Ar. Hendersonville 7:45 p.m. oi
a Ar. Asheville 8:50 p.m. ai
7, Lv. Laurens (CJ & W C) 2:32 p.m. i
L- Ar. Greenwood 3:32 p.m. o:
Ar. McCormiek 4:33 p.m t(
e Ar. Augusta 6:15 p.m.
11 ,Tri-Weekly Parlar Car line be-O
* tween Augusta and Asheville. Trains
d Nos. 1 and 2, leave Augusta Tuesdays,
I Thursdays and Saturdays, leave
II Asheville Mondays, Wednesdays and
SNote: Th~e above a.rrivals and de
partures, as well as connections. with~
other comnpanies, are given as infor
mation, and are not guaranteed.
e Ernest Williams.
Iv Gen. Pa.-. A'zt., c
Geo. T. Bryan1,
Grneenvi2Ii. S. C.,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,r
C'OUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Court of Common Plea..
W. Baxter Kinard, Grace Kinard,
Fannie L. Sligh, Alva C. Kinard and 0o
,Robert M. Kinard, Plaintiffs,T
IGussie Epting, Grace Kinard. the
'younger, Fred Kinard and Emnmie
ByComplaint for Partition. b
sel order of the court herein. I will
selat public action, to the highest p
bidder, at Newberry Court House dur
ing the legai hours of sale. .on Mon- S
ay, 4th January, -1909, all that tract
HAVE DECIDED T4
EVERY ARTICLE IN
Come with the money ar
Gobble up Suits, Shoes, I
wear, Hosiery, Handke
Etc., AT ACTUAL CC
Remember we have NO 0
Merchandise to. offer. Even
the-Mi-nute. This Sale will
adlyin inthe cunty ndState
toaid, containing fifty (50) acres,
r>r less, lying on the west side
eroad leading from Newberry The Commer
Paria, and bounded by lands of~ densed from rej
.' xter Kinard, Laura Koon, and ber 27, 1908.
hr, the same being part of the
n ormerly belonging to John G.
ad, and by him conveyed to Loans.........
y ineMi.d. f Furniture and fix
nrs. One-third of the purchase Overdrafts..
nyto be paid cash, the balance Cash and due fro
redit of one and two years, the
dtportion to be 'secured by bond
-chaser, and a mortgage of the
reies sold, with interest thereon Capital stock....
o ay of sale, at the rate of 8 per Profits less expens
in per annum, with leave to pur- Dividends unpaid
erto anticipate payments, the Cashier's Checks.
rhser to pay for papers and re- Re-discounts ..
rig of th-e mortgage-.eost
H. 'H. Rikard, doiiua.s- ..
ec 0, 1908. Master. Banks ... ... ..
5horse power International Gas
.eengine almost new.
2horse power Steam engine, the
mak Fourn siwthalfitre..
ourin millwit all sc i xtures
1ood brood family mare, 10 years
infold from Caughiman Bros.
odd Kentucky horse. _____.___
il sell any or all of the above
'pety down at unheard of prices. JNO. M. KINAR
Caland see me at Little Mountain, President.
A. N Baland.
) CLOSE OUT
IT iR TALK
d Gobble, Gobble,
las, Shirts, Under
chiefs, Suit Cases,
FOR 30 DAYS
LD or SHOP WORN
thing New and Up=to=
continiue for 30 days.
lal Bank of Newberry, S. C., con
ort to State Bank Examiner Novem
........ .... ............. $268,751 87
tures....... -.-..--- .---- ..,
n anks.. .. .... .----.. ..... 101,81 65
... .... ...........-.-.-.- . -- $50 ,00 00
es taxes paid....... .....---------- 5 4,677 53
... ...... ... ... ... - 255 00
... .. . .. .. .. . . ..- - .. 15,000 00
. ..... ... ... .. $261,000.03
. . . .. . .. 3,486.49-$264,486 52
EW BE RRY, S, C.
D, 0. B. MAYER, J. Y. McFALL,