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Solved the Problem.
A little boy went into the village
s-)re tlhe Other a fternooli and waited
for some one to notice him. le <-ar
ried a sheet of writing paper in his
hand, at which he glanced from time
One of the assistants camt- him
finally. and the boy. readig:; rIn
is paper. annunced in a .iw..ng
"My niorer wants ten pounds of
rice, fifteen pounds of sugar. twelve
pounds of oatmea, twenty pounds
"Hold )n!*' interrupted the as
sistant. Not so fast. Suppose you
zive me that paper and I 11 fill out. the
But the boy insisted on calling off
the articles himself.
Two other assistants were pressed
into service. and the three men pro
eeeded to do up the various packages
as the boy called off the articles. He
vi;)hrted all kinds of things, and he
asked the price of each article as 0he
went along, making a note of it on
his paper. The assistants had the
long counter stacked with packages
when the boy wound up with "eigh
teen pounds of flour.''
One of the shopmen called out the
price, and the boy continued, in his
"And show much money does my
mother have to pay for her things '
One of the men counted up the to
tal and announced it. The boy made
a note of the total and started out.
"Come back here! Where are vou
going'?" they cried in chorus.
"Why." said the boy, as he made
for the door "that's me 'rithmetic
lesson. I -ave to know it by morn
ing, or '" get licked."-Tit-Bits.
A good memory of faces and facts
connected with them, thus avoiding
the giving of offense through not rec
An unaffected, distinct and sympa
thetic voice, and avoid-the shrill tones
that one so often hears.
The habit of making allowances
for the opinions and feelings of oth
ers, as well as for their prejudices.
We cannot all see matters from the
same angle. If we did ours would be
a very dreary globe.
The art of listening without im
patience even to prosy talkers, and
of smiling naturally, even if you are
~hearing a funny story for the second
ime. It really will not hurt you to
herit over again.-Heme Chat.
FARMRS OIL MILL- ST!OCK FOR
By order of the Probate Court, we
will sell at public outcry to the
'highest bidder, at Newberry Court
House,' on Monday, Nove*mber 1st,
1909, immediately after the public
land sales, Ten (10) shares .of the
capital stock of the Farmers Oil
l)ill, of the par value of $10.00 per
share, said stock belonging to the
estate of W. W. Spearman, deceased.
Terms' of Sale: Cash.
if. A. Carlisle,
Johri C. Goggans,
On October 27th, 1909, at ten
'elok a. in., I will sell at my resi
dence near Bachmnan Chopel ehureh.
Apart of the househod goods, one
tie, one two-horse wagon, corn,
er and bhay and all farming im
Terms of Sale: Cash.
G. S. Livingston.
eli, that's what I'm talk-,
g about, and when I say
COFFEE I mean COFFEE
of quality-the kind that
Sheers and makes you forget
our troubles and headaches.
But Coffee is not all. I offer'
you the BEST of everything
#hone 202, or come to 1305
TO DRAW JURY.
W Ne. thle 11un1(ersi;-lied Jury- C11m
iissioners for Newberry County. S.
C.. will on the 29th day of October,
1909, at 7nine o'clock A. M., at the
office of the Clerk of Court openly
and publicly draw the iiames of
thirty-sIx men to serve as petit jurors
as to an
l thought y
you built it.
a change in the
window, a new Cemi
Let us furnish the mat
we can also help you wi
BRICK Summer B
We are showi
latest and bi
every day, arl
see the lates
that the well<4
forget the s
is new in ever:
quality and pi
25 Dozen Collars i
Don't stop on
On account of limite
and display space, y
close out at a sacrific
PLOWS. We have i
made, both REVER
REVERSIBLE. If 3
in the least, now is y
for at these prices w
are bound to on.
Juo. C. Goggans,
Oe:ober IS, 1909.
e's Always Room
pplies to our homes as well
ything else. Probably you
>ur house complete when
Yet every year you'll find
t can be altered or added
t few additional closets,
ize of some rooms, a bay
nt side walk, etc.
erial for the work. Perhaps
6 practical suggestions.
ros. C0, o
NONE JUST ASCGOOD
ng the very
3st styles in
r stock has
d you must
t fads here.
rng in Jet
I NECK WEAR
/thing, style, t
t 1001$s. Special.
d warehouse r oom b
e have decided to
e our stock of DISC
s good as there is
SIBLE and NON
ou are interested
our chance to buy, a
e are.making they Ifi
RO S. CO.
AT NEWBERRY'S 6
Caldwell & I
s Lurned over to the buying publi
rou from every way you turn, up ste
s just brimfull of bargains. Get int
,aldwell & Haltiwanger's greater w
The Greatest Ladies' Si
Arriving for thi
Come early and get fir
the new shades are four
every Suit we sell is str
different. All Satin I
Buy your Suit at NEM
.DIES' SUIT STORE.
Silks! Silks!! Silks!!!
Every yard 36 in black, pink and blue
affeta Silk, the $1.25 number, at New
ork cost. Silk bargains galore.
Great Sale Suitings.
Thousands of yards beautiful Suiting in
~is great pile, worth up to 25c yard, spe
lal week sale 15Sc yd.
Great Sale Ginghams.
5,000 yds goo'd 8 1 -3c Ginghams in
nks, blues, grays, browns, etc., special
eek price 4 7-bc yd.
reat Sale Blankets, Comforts and
The cold weather is upon us, and here's
fe place to buy.
500 BlanKets, $3.00 kind, at $1.98.
500 Blankets. $2.25 kind, at 98c.
Don't pass me, BUY.
Hundreds of fine Hats have already
assed to the heads of the owners. Did
u get yours? Come, give your order
day and av. id the rush of later.
500 Pattern Hats on display today.
Dress Goods! Dress Goods!!
Thousands of yards beautiful Dress
roods placed on center counter near door,
orth and se Is all over Newberry at 85c
, our price 49c yd.
500 yds $1.00 and $1.25 Dress Goods,
argain week price 79c yd.
800 yds $1.25 and $1.50 fine foreign
~ress Goods at 98c yard.
Don't fail to visit this Dress Goods sale.
Children's Jackets And Coats
Hundreds of New Jackets just received
d ready for the school girls. Come get a
T O R E
:. Thousands of bargains greet
Uirs, down stairs, nook and corner
: line and follow the crowds to.
tit Department in uppe
f New Suits
s Great Week.
st choice to-day. All
id in this grand display.
ictly man-tailored and
lined and guaranteed.
FBERRY'S ONLY LA
Grand 2nd Floor Rug and Art Square
500 Fine Rugs this week at 98c each.
300 Fine $2.50 Rugs this week at$ $1.74
300 Fine $5.00 Rugs this week at
Greatest Rug sale in Newberry going
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
Three of the best lines of shoes ever
.steamed southward. All good solid leather
shoes. Shoes that will stand the test of
wear and hard service Shoes that are
dressy and up-to date. Read,.the makers
and remember every pair is fully guaran
W L. Douglas for Men and Boys&
LaFrance for Ladies.
Wolf Bros, of Columbus, .for womd
and children every day wear. The best
-every day shoe made every pair~warranted
or a new pair free.
Bring all your feet corns and bunions to
us for your winter shoeirig and your shoe:
troubles of 1909 will be over.
Every Day Values Cheaper than Wholesale.
500 yards fine Red, Blue, Brown and
Gray only l0c kina 5c a yard.
500 yards Red Flannel 15Sc a yard
500 yards of Drill at Sc a yard
.500 yards 40-inch Homespun 4 1-2c a
500 yards check Homespun 3 3-4c a
500 yards Good Jeans 24c a yard
500 yards 20c Kimona cloth 10c a yd.
500 pair Gloves 15Sc a pair.
300 pair 25c Sox 1 5c a pair.
200 Men's 50c Shirts at 25c.
1000 Towels at 4c each
500 yards Damask at 24c a yd.
300 pair of Men's $1.50 and $2.00 pants
at 98c a pair.
300 Ladies Skirts at special prices.
Great line of New Neckwear, Ties, Belts
Belt pins etc, just received at Newberry's
Gratest and Cheapest Store.