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The Can Opener.
S1pea~ kCr alum, at allev Forge
defended the milder forms of profan
-Thes~e noi t irre verent euss-words.'
saId he. "act as a safety valve. A
nan, but for them, might do shock
ng-smash the piano, scissor the
Speaker Canmo-a lighted a frei ei
"So many things in the home,"
e said, "incite a man to-er-let off
steam. There's opening cans, for
i!nstance-opeinig these new-fangled
cans with patent openers that are al
ways getting lost.
-'A Detroit. man was letting off
steam the other day as h-e opened
c.e of these patent cans. His wife,
tired of the -noise, called from the
" 'What are you opening t:hat can
"'The can opener, of course,' he
'aevbev2- bx' etaointaoinaoin
"'Oh,' said she. 'I thought you
were opening it with prayer.' "-De
"No," remarks the editor, with a
Mocking smile, "I can not use your
verses. You will pardon me for say
ing that they utterly lack sense,
rhy .. 2 n,ter, idea, form, construe
tion and everything else that should
be in a poem."
With a proud though peeved heart
the poet strode from .the magazine
ofBee, took his verses to a popular
song publisher, had them printed and
within six months, a millionaire, came
b6ack, bought the magazine and fired
the editor.-Chicago Evening Post.
Reflections of a Bachelor.
New York Press.
The more chanees a ,boy has to get
a good education the more he won't
When a girl didn't speak to a man
her mother told her not to it 's a sign
they didn't meet.
A woman has so much imagination
-she .could think her figure was wil
lowy if it looked like a bowl of mush.
The more clothes a woman wants to
surpass ther neighbor, the more some
other woman wants to surpa her.
.he satifactory thing about making
love to a woman is she will believe
you mean it when she knows you
- LUN RIDGE SCHEDULEL.
No. 18, leaves Anderson at 6.30 a.
mn., for connection at Belton with
Southern for Greenville.
No. 12, from Walhalla. leaves An
derson at 10.15 a. m., for connection
at Belton with Southern Railway for
No. 20. leaves Anderson at 2.20
p. mn., for connections at Belton with
Southern Railway for Greenville.
No. 8, daily except Sunday, from
Waihalla arrives Anderson 6.24 p.
mn., with connections at. Senees with
Southern Railway from points southa
-No. 10. from Waihaula, leaves An
derson at 4.57 p. in., for connections
at Belton with Southern Rai!ws'y for
Greenville and Columbia.
,No. 17, arrives at Anderson at 7.50
a. in., from Belton with connections
No. 9, arrives at Andersor. at 12.24
p.. m., from Belton with connections
from' Greenville and Columbia. Goes
No. 19, arrives at Anderson at 3.40
p. mn., from Belton with connections
No. 11. arrives at Anderson at
6.29 p. mn., from Belton with con
neetions from. Greenville and Colum.
bia. Goes to Walhalla.
No. 7, daily except Sunday. ieaves
Anderson at 9.20 a. in., for Waihalla,
wifth connections at Seneca for local
Nos. 17, 18. 19. and 20. are mnixedi
trains between Andersor. and Belton
Nos. 7 and 8 are 1o'.al freight
trains, carrying passengers, between
Anderson and Walhalla :md between
Waihalla an? Andersor~
NEWBERY UNION STATION
Arrival and Departure of Passengr
frains-Effective 12.01 A. M.
Sunday May 30, 1909.
No. I ' for Greenville .. . .8.57a.mn
No. 18 for Columbia . . . .1.40) p.m
No. 11 for Greenville .. ....43 p.m.
No. 16 for Columhia .... ...47 p.r"
C., N. & L. E~v
*No. 22 fo)r Columbia .. ....47 a.mn.
No. 52 for Gienville .. 12.563 p.r
No. .as for Columbia .. . .3.20 p.m
*No. 21 for Laurents .. .7.25 p.m
*Does not run on Sunda7
This time table show.= ih tion n'
wihl trains may be expeeted to de.
Wab fress this sttion, but thatr dua
ARE YOU LO
Then invest in Newberry real est
Both pay a good rate of interest: b,
is but a matter of holding for awl
you wish to sell.
I can assist you in your selecti<
I have for sale the following:
15. Five room cottage and lot on
I19. Pretty lot adjoining Mr. W.
57. Plantation containing 142 aci
62. Four nice lots near M. J. L.
63. Seven room iesidence on Hai
69. ioo acres land near Dead Fal
77. Soo acres land within five or
92. Five room house and lot in I
93. Four room cottage beyond K1
100. 325 acres 5% miles from Nex
103. 192 acres land within quartei
104. 63 acres land within the inco:
107. House and lot on O'Neall St:
108. 23 acres land near Dr. Theo.
109. 178 acres land 2> miles frorr
113. 120 acres land 8 miles from N
115. 197Y2 acres land three mil<
mile and a balf of Bush Ri
116. Five room cottage near Col.
117. Cot&ge and five acres land
near the T. M. Neel home
Nine room'house on Cornelia Stri
Small cottage in Helena.
AGENTS FOR CHARLOI
Herald and N
For The Fa
A line of brand-new no
sharp winter winds by a
gienic toilet articles. K
the aid of hair nets. Ii
and purchase, the latest
jet belts and jet trimm
present at the Milliner
September 28. Hats 0:
tions, jaunty and swell.
pace and the hat. You'
MAIN STREET, I
parture is not guaranted anid the
time shown is subject to ebange with-.
G. L. Robinson,
For Sale At Auction.
We will sell to the highest bidder,
in front-of Court House, Green
wood, S. C., Six Tracts of land
within five miles of Greenwood,
on two public roads anca in good
Terms: One-Fourth Cash; balance
in One to Five Years at 7 per
Time: Sales Day October 4th.
Call or write to us.
We have a fine farm of 125 acres,
with brick .residence and good
out-bui!'dings Five Miles North
of Greenwood, that we are offer
ing at a bargai:r Owner de
cires, on accournt of his health to
quit farming. Excellent bar
Fifty Eight Acre Farm, with all
impovements, six miles from
Greenwood andi one awK a half
miles from Hodges and Cokes
bury. Let us show you this
Goodwyn & SPENCE
Greenwood. S. C.
OKING FOR A
ate or Newberry County farm land.
:th are on the upward trend and it
'ile to realize a handsome profit if
)n of a lot and save you money on
corner the old Mower lot.
-es in Maybinton.
six miles of Whitmire.
vberry, one mile from Jalapa.
- of a mile fram Kinards, S. C.
L Goldville, S. C.
ewberry, near Mr. Walter Wicker's.
!s from Gary's Lane, and within a
Dickert's. Price $1,275
just outside the incorporate limits,
Estate, Stocks and Bonds.
'TE STEAM LAUNDRY.
I And Winter'
tions. Guard against the
:cumulating the best hy
eep your hair in place by
le chic and natty. See,
styles in collars, barretts,
ings. Do not fail to be
y Opening on Tuesday,
E' all styles and descrip
Remember the time, the'
will find them all at
(EWBERRY, S. C.
EARHARDT, & BAXTER,
Lessees and Managers.
Tuesday October 1st.
OF THE SEASON
and Most Promising
And aGCompany of Urn
usual excellenze in an
elaborate scenic pr o
duction of Shakespe
at: s's Rollicking Comn
"Twelfth Night" or "What
Special Scenery--Magnificent Cos
tomes--Prices 25- 50, 75, $x-oo
and $1-50. Seats on Sale at
.... .... .....4 ...
K6ted 1909 By
4SCA LOS Bias 6Co.
Never Before H
Every Department is Fill4
Leading Manufacturers of
HIGHEST, and the PRICE
ing any Fail purchases. Y
t 5 etsayad
5 Tble Theri eisea
6 1-4 ent 4, 16rd.
Dom.A ete ickin a
at 5- cents a yard.
Bsp ung at - centsrd
500 yard.ofgo ig
has0 centsa yard.
Perales Rivrs ide Plaidsc,
6n 10 cens a yard.c
Best Outs inghm at81cet
Percarl's yar ide t c,
Best Spreas Ginhets atl
low Cases, Towels and
Table Linen at lowest
COME -TO OUR
Men A Voj
who want to be i
well to come now
The handsomest fabrics wE
ings and weaves are marve'
the Style, Fit aid Tailoring
did taste, skill and ingen
of BALTIMORE -
THESE BEAUTIFUL CLO
preciated-come now-come w1
-even if not ready to purchase.
GET AWAY from the comi
tinction-you can, at small exp(
NOBBY, STYLISH CLOT
ave We Had Su
Stock of Merc
d with the Newest and Be:
this Country. The QUA]
S are remarkably LOW. V
)u will be pleased as to Styl
be hard to find a larger
display of Fall Suits, Cos
ses than we have this seaso1
of the New Styles and Col<
:ed in our line.
suits of $30.00 value for $25.
iuits of 25.00 value for 20.
suits of 22.50 value for 19.
nits of 19.50 value for 17.
suits of 17.50 value for 15.
suits of 12.50 value for 10.
suits of 10.00 value for 7.
Suits are for Ladies and Mis
d 18 for Misses; 34 to 42 for
From the Best Manufactories
The Biggest, the Best and
the Prettiest Line of Shoes that
was Ever Shown in Newberry
by us or any one else, Pd ces
Shoes for Ladies, Misses,
Men, Boys and Children-any
size and any color. Wear
guaranteed. For dress and
every day wear.
See us on Shoes and you
will be pleased.
Men and Boys HasS 8an- Caps.
We can show you all' the
latest colors and shapes, an d
save you money when it comes
A full line of small Notions
of every kind -that's good and
DING AN0 SAY
~RS FOR EVE
n STYLE will do
and see our great,
have ever seen, the color
Is of the weaving art-and
are examples of the splen
uity of those celebrated
ROS & CO.
md NEW YORK.
'HES must be seen to be ao
-ile the assortment is complete
-the display is worth seeing.
nonp'ace and dress with Dis
se, by dealing with us.
'HES and FURNISHINGS
ch a Large and
t Goods, bought from the
ITY of everything is the
isit this store before mak
, Quality and price.
a for you.
rs will be
Fall Dress Gods and Silks.
The display is beautiful in a
wonderful assortment of New
Patterns, Color and Weaves..
Come, to us for your Dress
Goods and Silks and get the
best and newest at the lowest
Best Quallties, Lowest Pricis
We can match any shade in
linings, Silks, Satins, Sateens
and Percalines. Also a full
line of "Sun Burst Silks'' and.
Ladies, Misses, Men and
Boys Sweaters. .We have any
color, style and size you may
desire and at bargain prices,.
from 50 cents to $7.50.
A full and complete line cf
New Furnishings for Men and.
FALL AND 0.0