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Killed Her titra.
Kiehuiood, V?., Nov. 1.-Mrs. W.
g 3fcCUin of Covington, V?., last
night shot to death her son William,
13 years of age, whom she mistook
for a theif trying to get into her house.
Late io the night Mrs. McClain heard
noam one moving around the outside of
the house. She ?ailed to who ever it
"as, demanding au answer, but the
ooises only continued with no word
from tbs person alie thought a robber.
Mrs- McClain fearing that she was
about to be attacked by the th? se
cured a shot gun, and ired iuto the
darkness from a ?indow. There was
a sound at the fnotdoor. She opened
the door and was greeted by the stare
of the e>ea of her son dead,
n William was in a Hallowe'en dis
guise aad had just returned from a
frolic with some of his friends. He
was evidently playing a ioke on his
mother by refusing tc SUP? orbe? calls.
Feeding His Stock on Sawdust. '
Herman Schmidt, a Caroline county
farmer, read in a German technical pa
per that wood properly prepared would
make e md animal food. As there are
a number of sawmills in his neighbor
hood be is puttiug the plan into! prac
tical operation. Tho theory is that
animals have a decided liking for
yOUOjr shoots, roots of shrubs, tree
bark and other heavy food of t be same
oature, and experiments have proved
that the nutriment contained iu such
growth remains in it even after ic has
become wood. And that with a little
salt and water added to it the sawdust
viii prove a lighly nourishing diet.
Pine, birch, alder, beech, aud other
woods have been analysed chemically,
..iud the wood has vastly more albumen,
nitrogen and fatty substances than
straw. To the salt and water Mr.
Schmidt is adding potato peelings,
coro husks, canning-house refuge or
any other slop he can obtain.-Balti
Tamed ? Bullfrog.
Mr. D. L. Arey's young son. of
about 7 years, has accomplished an un
usual feat in taming a bullfrog.
Several months since Mr. Arey went
seining and caught several bullfrogs.
He took them home .nd his little son,
upon seeing them, determined to make
? pet of a large frog. The boy im
mediately set about cultivating friend
ship with the frog, and in a abort
while his frogship was on terms of the
closest intimacy with his little master.
Now, the boy calls the frog and he an
swers to any command. He .gives ut
terance to a particular order and the^
frog begins to croak. Another order'
causes the frog to jump into a wagon
io which little Arey takes him for a
drive each day.
The pet frog is as mceh a pet as a
kitten and is thoroughly domesticated.
-Salisbury, N. C., Sun.
"The feet," said the chiropodist,
"reveal character. I know, for I have
studied many feet for many years. A
long narrow foot, with a high instep,
is a sign of sensibility , high spirits
tod great intelligence. A short, wide,
flat foot is a sign of stupidity, vulgari
'7, obtuseness. A foot that is turned
oat in a marked manner denotes prim
ess, narrowness and old-fashioned
iews of life. Among women, beware
"f her whose feet are long, with the
cood toe longer than the great one,
or she is bound to have an-irasoible
od jealous disposition. Amongmen,
eware of him whoso foot is both fat
fd flat, for suoh a mun is selfish and
niel. The model foot, which is in
icative of good traits only, is shape
ly and turns neither in nor out but
latus itself just -straight. Very
liant, supple feet indicate sensuality
a love of drink and rioh food and
?mal pleasure."-Philadelphia Bo
Ants1 Jaws In Surgery.
The Indians of Brasil have a euri
?method of stitohing up a gash,
???chis quite as efficient as a silver
,wor prepared silk or the modern
?Ugeons, nod much cosier to-do beside
bich there is no necessity for a skill
loand, and the materials arefcandly
Imost anywhere in the "Brazilian for*
1 These material* are a species of
7 large ant, whioh has mandibles
?eh can bite through almost any
lD&. One of the peculiarities of this
'ia that when it catches hold of
ything with these jaws it cannot be
>d* to let go. E?en if the rest of
^body ia pulled off, theserjawa still
I* tne BrasihW Indian ?does
eo he has received a gash is this:
catches soma bf these ants, and
<hog them to the wound, which he
previously dosed together, lets
J* bite. Theylx their mandibles
f*ch ?ide of the wound and theo he
!?hes off the rest of the hedy. The
J? do not come apart, and so a TOW
hi80 ?NT?.neade keeps a wound to
l ?;.a8 wel " the surgeons needle
lw,'ewoulddo,andAs the bite of
?jots is not poisonous th?? ?aogb
|kOoe-half the world doesn'* lei
latter half know how he Jives.
Tb? Dog and the Kettle.
Mr. C. J. Cornish, in Animal Life
(Eogland), tells a -.tory illustrative of
tbs souod sense of a dog. A retriever
not long ago was eeut into a ditch to
bring ont a winged partridge.* The dog
picked up the scent, rushed along ?he
bottom of the ditch under the b/am .
bira, and after a little groping about
emerged on the bank of the ditoh with
an old rusty kettle, holding it by the
handle. Laughter and chaff greeted
this performance. "Stop a bit," said
the dog's master. "Herc, Rover, give
ic tome," and the dog brought the
kettle to him. Taking it from his
mouth bia master put his liane' into
the kettle, the lid being off, ho took
out the partridge. Chased by the dog
it had crept into the kettle to hide,
and the dog, not being able to draw it
out, just brought the lot. -
Where Women Propose.
lu the Ukrane, Russia, the woman
does all the courting. When she falk
io love with a man, she goes to his
house and inform;) him of the stats of
her feeling:!. If he reciprocates, all
is well, aDd the formal marriage is du
ly arranged. If, however, he is un
willing she remains there, hoping to
coax him to a better mind. The poor
fellow oannot treat her with the least
discourtesy, nor h\s he thc consola- .
tion of being able to turn her out, as
her friends in such acaso would feel
hound to avenge the insult. His rem
edy, therefore, if determined- not to
marry her, is to leave his home and
stay away aa long as she is in it. A
similar practice to that in the Ukraine,
exists among the Zuni tribe of In
dians. The woman does all the court
ing and also coutrols the situation af
ter marriage. To ber belong all the
children, and descent, including inher
itance, is also on her side.
Origin of Ice Cream.
Ice cream hud been brought to its
present Mate of perfection by a gradu
al procesa of evolution from the origi
nal idea which dales back at the be
ginning of the seventeenth century,
says What to Eat. At that time, ioed
fruits and cups made of ice Arat ap
peared at banquets. Like many other
good things for the table ice cream
claims Paris for its birthp'uee, and
yet it was not a Frenchman but an
Italian named Precope Couteaux who
first thought out the idea of iciog lem
onades and liquors. From this waa
gradually evolved over 100- years la
ter, ice cream, or iced butter, as it was
then called, from its resemblance to
that artiolc of food.
While all civilized nations serve
iocs io great variety, we are apt to
think of ice cream air an essentially
American dish, probably beoausefroz
en desserts of all kinds are more gene
rally used in this country than any
other. Ioe cream first made its ap
pearance in America in Philadelphia
at the end of the eighteenth century.
It was then considered a great luxury,
and consequently was rarely seen ex
cept on state occasions. It was not
within the reaoh of ordinary mortals
until 1800, when an Italian confec
tioner established an ice cream house,
as it was then oalled, at Germantown,
a suburb of Philadelphia.
-;- mm ; -
- Dooley, the dog owned by a St.
Louis woman, travels ona Pullman
pass. The dog recently rode from New
York City to St. Louis, with stop over
privileges at Alantio City and Hot
Springs, Va., on the same style of
piss that furnished transportrtion for
his mistress and her husband. The
pass bore tho name "Mr. Dooley/'
- "Don't you wish you all had an
automobile?" said Miss Miami Brown.
"Ob, I dunno," answered Mr. Erastus
Pinkney. "A mule doesn't.cost near
^so mnoh money an' it's purty near as
r~ "Oh, George!" exclaimed the
joyful mother, as she met him at the
door, "baby's got a tooth!'' "I'm
glad you mentioned it," replied the
cautious husband; "I'll be veryoareful
how I handle the little scamp."
- Take some imagination, mix with
a little passion, bottle it up-and you
have a love affair.
-! A man -who marries for money
may laok sentiment, but he has a large
stook of good horse sense.
- If a man never changes his mind
he i'* either vory bright or very stub
- A question settled by foroe, rath
? er than reason, always comes np for re
. - There probably never was a time
when all men were satisfied with their
- "The laborer is worthy of his
hire," but unfortunately worthiness is
not always a winner.
- In the endless race for wealth
men are too prone to forget the ordi
nary claims of humanity.
- tt is always better to concede
something ?han to insist on a demand
that is both just and merciless.
-Many an octogenarian can attri
bute his longevity to the fact that he
nevar oalled another man a liar.
- After blowing in his anbstanoo
the foolish youth visits the pawnshop
for the purpose bf raising the wind.
Their Utility In Advancing th? inter?
.sta of Bu al ness Man.
There are many instances of
where a suitable catch line well
drilled into people has been of great
value in building business. Tho
best catch line is one that fits your
business best, and the discovery of
such a line is apt to be due more to
inspiration than to effort. Pick the
disti7ictive feature of your stock or
business methods and endeavor to
express it in a breath.
If you can coin a phrase that ex
presses your central business idea
or your store alone, you can make
good use of it. It puts into con
densed form an idea that will get
hold of people and influence them
if persistently presented to them.
One fact about your business well
lodged in the heads of people is as
good as a score that do not pene
You can make peoplo believe
about what you like if you go about
it properly. If a man comes to you
today and tells you there will be a
panic insido of six months, you will
pay no attention to him. If another
comes tomorrow with thc samo sto
ry, ho will get no attention, but you
will idly wonder what is getting into
folks. The third man you will ar
gue thc matter with. The fourth
will get more of a hearing, and you
will begin to see signs of di/is ter
yourself. By the time the tenth
man has made the statement you
will be ready to tell folks the same
Probably you yourself could not
be influenced in such a manner, but
the common run of peoploare built
that way and will believe^hat they
are told often enough. That is why
an expressive catch phrase does
good. It comes to stand for you
and your methods and of necessity
is remembered when goods in your
line are wanted.
As ordinarily used such a phrase
is of little value, because it is not
properly hammered into people.
Such a line should go on letter
heads, billheads, stationery, envel
opes, should be seen about tho store
and should appear on labels. Put it
on a sticker to attach to goods and
packages. Let people see it every
where. If it means what it says,
people are going to respond to it.
Caught on the Fly.
Brevity may be the soul of wit,
but a story published in the New:
York Tribune shows that some men
can be both long winded and witty.
The story has to do with a minister
of the old school and with the poet
and banker, Edmund Clarence Sted
man, and the two New York mil
lionaires who were his companions
on a fishing trip in northern Maine.
The New Yorkers entered the lit
tle backwoods meeting house just as
the preacher began his sermon. He
continued speaking for two hours,
and finally, when it got late in the
afternoon and he showed no sign of
stopping, the vacationists began to
get uneasy and wonder if they would
get out of the woods before dark.
At last they felt that they could
stay no longer, so they roso and
started to file ont.
The thread of thc parson's dis
course snapped off short.
"Under the circumstances," he
Said grimly, "we will interrupt our
sermon and take up the collection at
To Car? a Cold In Oas Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to onre. E. W Grove's
signature on every box. 25c.
- Japanese auctions are conducted
on the silent plan. Each bidder writes
his name and bid upon a slip of paper
which he places in a box. When the
bidding is over the box is opened by
the auctioneer and the goods are de
clared the property of the highest bid
Woman's greatest dream of beauty- and
glory is whoa nature bas chosen her to
become s mother. Every faculty ia keenly
alert and her nature th? finest as ?he fore
sees the joy, tbs ambition, the success ana
the life-long satisfaction coming, coming
ncaror, day by day, In th? dear and innocent
being so soon to see light, and the very
uncertainty whether she sholl see a sweet
Mri faco or a bravo boy faco beside heron
the pillow, adds seat to her expectancy.
Then, IC ever, she should take caro of her
phys leal, mental and moral health.
, MOTHER'S FRIEND applied estenmUy
I throughout pregnancy will relieve tho pain
or parturition, nnd no mother ond child can
fAU tt> bs heal thy, hearty, strong, clear com
plexioned, pure bloodod, calm nerved and
cheerful in disposition, who are mutually
Influenced for months by tho continued use
of Mother's Frisad. "
Of druggists aicv
Oar treatise " Motherhood "mailed
<VHE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
- It ia wheo one man asks for jus
tice and the other demands the l'on'a
share that the road to honest aad hon
orable adjustment is blookcd.
- OF -
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
Ko Ult?. No oJor. Can bo git on In slaw of
-rater, tea or coffoe without patio nfs knowledge.
White Ribbon Homed? will cure or destroy the
dlaeaaed appetite for alcoholic stimulants, wheth
er the patient la a confirmed inebriate, a -'tlpier,"
aoclal drinker or drunkard. Impossible for any
one to haye an app?tit* for alcoholic liquors after
using White Ribbon Remedy.
Indorsed by Members of vf. C. T. U.
M ra. Moore, press superintendent of Woman's
Christian Tempor?neo Union, Ventura, Califor
nia, writes: "I have tested WhitoRibbon Remedy
on very obstinate drunkards, and the cures hate
been many. In many cases the Remedy was giv
en secretly. I cheerfully recommend p.nd indorso
White Ribbon Remedy. Member? of our Union
aro delighted to find an economical treatment to
aid us in our temperan?? rrork.''
Druggists or by mail, tl. Trial package free by
writing Mrs. A M. Townsend, (for years Secreta
ry of a Woman'a Christian Temperance Union,]
218 Tremont St . Boston, Mass. Sold in Anderson
by ORB, (?RAY A CO.
Sept 1/, 1901_18_ly
Valuable Faim and Wooded
Land For Sale.
BY virtue of the authority vested in mt
as tho Executor of the Estate of Dr. P
A. W?hlte, deceased, I will aoll at publli
outcry in front of the Court House ox
8aleeday in December, 1002, at Anderson
S. C., during the usual hours of BU: >, un
less aold sooner by private vale, the fol
lowing described Land, situated in Cen
tervllle Township, and about 5} milei
from the City of Anderson :
TRACT No. 1, containing ono hundred
and forty- tlvo acree, more or lew, adjoin
ioR lands of john L Jolly, W. T. McQil
and others, more fully described by De?
executed by W. W. Humphreys, the
Master of Anderson County, recorded i:
ornoo of Clerk of Court, Book ZZ, page
b3 and* 54, together with plat recorded
Book WW, page 47.
TRACT No. 2, contains one hundre
and thirty-three sores, more or less, ac
joining Tract No. 1, bounded by lands <
?. J. Watson, Mrs. Martha Watson an
others, Deed from A. A. Dickson and IV
C. Smith, and more fully desoribed b
Deed end plat recorded lu Clerk's offio
Book KIC, pages G27, 628 and 620.
The greater portion of thia Land ls 1
original foreBt of oak, hickory, pine, et
Some of the Land now in cultivation
fresh Jband, having been cleared of tin
ber a few years ago. Both of the aboi
Tracts are well watered and consider*
part of the beat wooded land in the Coui
Terms of Sale-One-third cash, balan
on a credit of one and two year?, wi
interest from day of sale secured 1
mortgage of the premlBee and bond
purchaser, with privilege to anticipe
payment. Purchaser to pay extra 1
papers and stamps.
For further particulars and plata a
at Wilhites Drug Store.
MRS. CORA L. WILHITE,
Judge of Probate's Sal
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERSON
In the Court of Common Pleas.
Joseph J. Fretwell, F. G. Brown, W.
Oaoorne, J. T. Pearson. and J.
vonHaaseln, surviving partners of t
firm of Sylvester Block ley Co., Pla
tilla, against J. T. Long, Wm. E. Lot
J. D. Kelley and E. W. Long o
Farmers and Merchants Bank, a o
poratinn, and Julius H. Welland Ab
barn Le*Ber, partners in trade um
the name and style of Julius H. W
& Co.. D?fendent?.
Pursuant to the order of sale gram
herein, I will sell on Saleeday in Deco
ber next, dnring the usual boura of si
in front of the Court House in the City
Anderson, the Real Estate desoribed
I. All that oertaln Tract or paree
Land, situate In Brushy Creek Tov
ship County and State aforesaid, oo
talnlng one hundred and thirteen ll
scree, more or less, bounded by landi
Theodore Smith, Mrs. M. J. Scott i
others, known as part of the Rsveea plc
II. Also that certain other Tractor p
i eel of Land, situate in Brushy Crt
Township, County and State aforeai
! containing fifty-six (66) sores, more
less, bounded by shove desoribed Tt
of Land, H. R. Reeves and others, i
known as part of the Reeves place, bel
the same land convoyed to the said S
vaster Bleck ley Co. by E. W. Lo
assignee, snd J. L. Triable, agent
creditors, by Deed bearing date Deot
ber 21st, 1892, snd recorded In the of
of R. M. C. for Anderson County, 8.
In Book JJ J, pages 352 and 353, and c
veyed by them to J. T. Long by D
dated December 16tb, 1803.
Terms of Sale- One-half Cash, bala
on a credit of twelve months, to be
cured by bond of the purchaser ai
mortgage of the premises, with into
upon the deferred payment from the <
ot sale at eight per cent per annum. I
chaser to nave leave to anticipate r.
ment and to pay extra for all necese
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate a? Special Refeie
hov 5, 1902_20_2
Judge of Probate's 8a
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In the Court of Common Pleas.
W 9. Ramsey aa Administrator <n
Personal Estate of Jaa. M. Ram
deceased, and Daisy C. Kami
heir at law of Jas. M. Ramsey,
ceased, Plaintiff, against Annie
Sharp, Marshall V. Sharp, Jas.
Sharp and Wm. B. Sharp, infants,
Pursuant to the order of sale he
granted, I will ?ell on Saleeday in
comber next, during the usual houi
sale, in iront of the Court House in
City of Anderson, the Real Estate
scribed as follows, to-wlt :
I. All that Tract cr parcel of JLi
containing one-half acre, more or
1 situate in the town of Williame
County of. Anderson, and the Sta
South Carolina, and bound as folh
Houth by Main street, east by lot ol
H. Anatin, west by lot of J. B. Jai
north by .'ot of W. 8. Ramsey. For ft
descriptlt r. ape Deed from W. 8. B
aey to Jas. M. J*ameey, dated Febri
II. Also all that certain other parc
Lot of Land, sit?atelo the town ol'
llamston, County and State aforet
containing one half acre, more or
and bounded on the east by-st
on the south by lot of II. C. Wc
known as the If. P. Boatner, on the '
by lot of M. J. Eptlng, and on the n
by lot of D. F. Russell, this being ku
as the Burgess lot; this being
same conveyed to Jas. M. Ram rey
ceased, by R. E. Burgees, by Deed d
February 12th, WOO. Said Real Esta
bs *old In two parcels.
Terms of Sale-Cash.
R. Y. H. NANCE
Judge of Probate as Special Refer
Nov 6, 1902_20_
Notice of Final Settlemt
THE undersigned, Executor ol
Estate of Suaan Poora Cheshire, deco
hereby gives noUos thal he will on 1
day, December 2nd, 1902, apply tc
Judge of Probate for Anderson Count
a Final Settlement bf said Estate, j
discharge from his office ss Execul
J. M. COX, Execul
Oat 29> 1902 19 .
Judge of Probate's Sale.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUHTT OF ASDBRSON.
In the Court Common Pita*.
Jas. M. 8ulHvan, Sr.. N. B. Sullivan,
Chu. S. Sullivan and Wm. W. Sulli
van, Plaintiffs, against Loila F. Bulli
van. Clarenoa Pr?vost Sullivan. How
let K< Sullivan, Jr., Stark B. Sul
livan and Walter B. Sullivan, De
Pursuant to the order of sale granted
herein, I will sell on Sslesday in Decem
ber next, during the usual hours of ?ale,
In front of the Court House In the City
of Anderson, the Heal Estate described
as follows, to-wit :
All that Lot or parcel of Land, situate
in the city and County of Ander BOD, State
of Sooth Carolina, containing four (4)
acres, more or lees, and bounded on the
weat by South MoDullle street. Houtb by
Hampton street, east by lot or Ja?. M.
tiulllvsn, Rr., and on the north by lot of
Mrs. M. F. Brown, widow of tue late
Elijah W. Brown. The Lot herein de
scribed being the same conveyed to tho
said Nimrod K. (sullivan by Chas. T.
Lowdes and Jas. Robb, Trustees, by
Deed dated May (iib, 1670, ?nd duly of
record in R. M. C. Office for Anderson
County, S. C., ir. Book KK, page G.
Also, ali that certain other parcel of
Land, situate in Anderson County, S. C.,
on tho earn sido of an extension of South
M eD utile street, about one and one
iourth ailie* south ol' the Court House,
containing nineteen and ninety oue-bun
dredtbB (10 and 90-100) acres, more or less,
bounded now as follows, to-wlt: On the
weBt sio> by an extension of South Mo
Dullle street, on the north by lands of E.
W. Stewart, Mrs. M. F. Brown and
Amanda SitnmH, on tho east by the lauda
of R. B. Findley and on the nuuth by J.
B. Sullivan. This lot of land being the
the northern bair of that certain Tract ot
Land convoyed to the said Nimrod K.
Sullivan by Mrs. E. S. Brown, by Deed
dated December lat, 1874, which is duly
of record in R. M. C. Otllce for Anderson,
County, S. C., in Book RR, psges 1G aud
Terms of Sale-One-half cairn, and th?
balance on a credit of twelve month?
from dav of sale, with inferest from
day of sale, with leave to anticipate
Jiayment. The purchaser to pay oxtn
or all papers. The credit portion to bi
secured by bond or bunds of the pur
chaser and mortgage of tho premises.
R. Y. H. NANCE.
Judge of Probate as Special Referee,
Nov 6, HH)2_20 4
Judge of Probate's Sale,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERSON.
In tho Court of Common Pleas.
G. C Sullivan, Phd nt i tl', against Jas. M
Snllivan, Sr.,as Administrator andjhei
at law of Mary A. Sullivan, Deoeased
Jas. M. Sullivan, Jr., Nina Sullivan
Jake B. Sullivan, and Aleathea Holli
In obedience to the order of sale, here
In, I will sell in front of the Court Hous
in tho city of Anderson, 8. C., during th
ususl hours of ssle, on Sslesday in De
comber next the real estate described a
follows to wit:
I. All that lot or parcel of land in th
City and County of Anderson, State c
Mouth Carolina, containing one acre, mor
or leas, and bounded as follows to wil
On the south by Hsmpton Street, on tb
west and north by lotof Jas M. Bulli vat
Sr., and on the east by lotof Mary /
Sullivan, deceased, hereinafter desorlt
ed. The Bame being the lot or parcel c
land conveyed to the said Mary A. Sui
ll van by R. Y. H. Nance on the 3rd da
of Septembnr, 1803, by Deed recorded 1
office of R. M. C. tor Anderson Countj
B. C., in Book KKK, page 6
II. Alao all that certain other lot c
pat eel of land containing three fourth
of one acre, more or lesB, situate in th
City and County of Anderson, State <
Sooth Carolina, and bounded by Hamp
top Street on the sonth, by East Bouc
dory Street on the east, by lot of S. Ai
Orr on the north and on the west by lc
of Mary A. Sullivan, deceased, here!
before described. It being the lot con
veyed to Mary A. Sullivan, deceased, b
J. M. Sullivan, H. K. Sullivan and N. I
Sullivan, by Deed dated Jan. 2rd, 189:
duly of record in office of R. M. C. fr
Anderson County, S. C., in Book F. F. I
Terms of Sale-One-half cash the r<
mainder on a credit of twelve month
. from day of sale, with interest from da
; I of sale, with leave to anticipate pay mern
The credit portions to ht? secured by bon
of purchaser and mortgage of premise*
Said real estate to be sold in two psroeli
Dur?base?- to pay extra for all papers.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Probate as Special Refere?
Judge of Probate's Sale
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANPEBSON.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
Joseph J. Fretwellj as Executor, an
Mrs. A. E. Eleokley and Mrs. Ells C
Laughlin, as Execntlx, of tho la?t wi!
and testament of Sylvester Blockloj
deoeased, Plalntlfis, against J. F. Mt
Clure, Sr., in hhs own right and a
admr. of tho catate of Mrs. Mattie P. Mt
Clure, deoeased and Grane MoClun
Bessie McClure, Wallace W. McClure
John Wesley McClure, and Geo. Thom
cz McClure, infants under the age r
fourteen years, and C. F. Jones and Ii
C. Webb, partners as C. F. Jonas ct Co
In obedience to the order he-eln,
will sell in front of the Court House, 1
the City of Anderson, S. C., dnrlng th
ususl honra of sale, on Sslesday in DE
oem ber next, the real estate described s
All that certain Lot of Land containing
one and 3-100 acree, more or less, situ?t
in the corporate limits of Anderson, ?
C., on Cemetery street, adjoining land
ot J. R. Fant, Emma Axam, Geo. Ivors
and others, lt being the same conveyed t
Mrs. Msttie P. McClure by J. L. McGe
by deed bearing date Feby. 13.1002, am
on record in the office of C. C. C. P. fo
Anderson County, S. C.
Tor mu-One-half cash, balance on
credit of twelve months with inter?s
i rom dato of ssle st eight percent pe
anna m, deterred payment to be secure
by bond of purchaser and a mortgage c
the premises; purchaser or purchasers t<
hsve leave to anticipate payment and t
pay extra for all necessary pspers.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Piobate as Special Referee.
Nov 5, 1902 20_4
Notice of Trustee's Sale.
BY virtue of a Deed of Trust execute*
to me by Warren Morris I will sell a
Anderson, S. C., on Salesdt y in Dee??i
ber next, at the usual time ?.nd place o
pnblloSale- . ,
All that Lot of Land containing 00-10
acree, more or less, bounded by W. W
White, William Oliver, Thomas Stree!
and Cemetery Street, and being the reel
dence of Warren Morris.
Terms-Cash. Purohaser to pay extr
for papers. _
H. H. WATKINS, Trustee.
Nov 5,1002 20_4_
I have just received a Car Load o
the Celebrated, High Grade MIL
BURN WAGONS. If you need i
Wagon call and see them. They an
built right, and will pleach you.
J. 8 FOWLER.
County Treasurer's Notice, j
The Com.ty Treasurer's books will be opened i
for the collection or tsteto and County and School
Taxes for tho flacal year, lSv3, at the Treasurer's
office from October 16 to DeeeraW *?.., isctosivv, I
where the following le Y ?cs will bs collected : |
8tate Taxes.~~.S Utils I
Ordinary County.". 3 "
Constitutional Behool. 8 "
Public Hoads........M. 1 "
Past Indebtedness... 1 "
A special school levy for II unter School District
No. 24, 3 tr ills. Also Gantt School District No. 84,
3 mills College District No. 20, town of William
Ali able bodied niale cllltens between the ages
of 21 and 60 shall be liable to pay a Poll Tas of it.
except old sold io rp, who are exempt from Poll Tax
at 60 years of age.
?ll poisons owning property in moro than one
township will please make lt known when paying
their Taxes, so that any additional cost and pen
ally may be avoided.
soot lon 2. That all State and County Taxe?, and
alt Taxes collected when State and County Taxes
are collectai shall be due and payable on or before
the thirtv-tiral day of December of each and every
year, and if such Taxes ana Assor timents are not
paid on or beforo sahl time, a penalty of one per
ionium thereon shall bo added br tho County
Auditor on the County duplicate and collected by
tho County Treasurei ; aud If tho anld Taxes and
Assessments and penalties aro not paid on or be
fore the tint day of February next ihereaiter, an
additional penalty of one per ceutuin thereon
snail bo added by the County Auditor on the
County dupl?cale aim collected bv tho County
Treasurer, and if tho said Taxes. Assessments and
Penalties are not paid on or before thetirstof
March next, an additional penalty of llvo per cen
tum thereon shall bo tdd nd by the County Audi
tor on tho County tl upi ?cat ? and collected by tho
County Treasurer ; and if the said Taxes, Assess
ineuts aud Penalties are not paid on or before tho
uncouth day of March next thereafter, the aald
County Trvaaurtr aimil issue his tax execution
for the said Taxes nud Assessments and Penalties
against tho property of tho tlctatiltiiig taxpayer
ncoordlug to law.
All primons between the ages of 18 and 60 years
who aro able to work ronds or cause them to bi
worked, except preachers who have charge .if e*??
gregatlons aud pei sons who served in the war be
tween the Slates, are Hablo to do rond duty, and
in lieu ol work may pay a Tax of ono dollar, to be
colleen tl nt the same tluie the other Taxes are
collected. I will giro uotieo latir of the different
places I will visit.
_J. M. PAYNE. Co. Treas.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY or ANDERSON.
COURT Ol' COMMON PLEAS.
Janie Clarko and Jo;, nie L. Univ, Plaintiffs, agatnsi
E. L. r arlee, lt. N Clarke, il. M Clarke, Francei
Mobley, Mattie Pogues, H. H. Clarke, Emmi
Clarke, Annlo Clarke. Willio Clarke, Martbi
Clarke, Paul Clark?, Pearson Cia, kc. Eugentf
Clarke, John ll. Clarke, Frank Clarke, Hevl?
Partios, Sam. L. Clarke, Faunie Clarke, Thom
as Clarke. Htchel Clarke, Terrill Clarke. Clif
Clarke. Ellas Clarke, Kotiert Clark,Sarah Clarke
liena ? larkc, Ra uah clarke, Emma Clarke ant!
Alice Clarke, Defendant-Su m mom for Kell cf
Complaint net Served,
To the Defendants above named :
A rOU are hereby summoned and required toan
-'_ swer the Complaint in this action, which I
filed In tho office of the Clerk of the Court o
Coo mon Pleas, at Anderson C. Ii., 8. C., and ti
nervo av copy of your answer to tho said Complain
on the subscriber at his omeo, Auderson C. H
S. C., within twenty days after the service herool
exclusive of tho day or such service ; and if vu
fail to anawer the Complaint within the tim
aforesaid, the Plaintiffs in this action will ap pl
to the Court for the relief demauded in tho Cont
Dated Octobtr 10th. A. D., 10X5.
JOS. N. SHOWN, Plaintiffs Attorney.
[SISAL J JOHN c. WATKINS, c. c. P. A o s
To the Defendants above nested :
Take notice that th-? Suma ons, of which th
above ls a copy, and the Complaint heroin, wt
filed in the office of tho Clerk ol said Court at Av
derson C II., S. C., October IGtb, VJ vi, and tho ol
ject of the action is to partition a Lot of Land I
the City of Anderson, containing one-fourth of a
acre, among the heirs of John B Clarke and Mai
tba Clarke, deceased. No personal claim is mad
JOS. N. BROWN, PlatntlfiV Attorney.
Tn tho Defendants Willie Clarke, Martha Clark
Paul Clarke, Eugenik Clarke, Fannie Clark
Thomas Clarke, Rachel Clarke, Terrell Clatk
Cliff Clarke, Ellas Clarke. Robert Clarke, Sara
Clarke and Lena Clarke, and to Ramah Clark?
Em- a Cia i ke and Alice Clarke, their respecth
mothers with whom they reside ?
Take notice that unless you apply to tho Com
within twenty days after the service hereof upo
you for tho appointment of a Ouardlan ad Litei
to defend this action, the Plaintiffs will apply I
the Court to have auch appointment made for yoi
to appear and defend such action In your henal
JOSEPH N. BROWN, Plaintiffs' Attorney.
Oct. IC, 1062 18 ?
THE STATE OF SCUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
IN COURT OF PROBATE.
Caroline S. Smith, Adeline Bigwell, Louisa Loll!
Anna Blmpaon. Sallie Gambroll, Lou Bag wei
James F. Bagwell, Carrie Gunnels, R. P. BJI
well, Sallie Bell Bolt, Nannie Estes, James tim
nels. B. F. Gunnels. Jr., Lou Armstrong, Call
Jones and Addle Fredell, Plaintiffs, against Mi
linda Morrison, Mary Scott, Helen Ambrose, 1
T. Gunnels, Marr Jane Burrlis, Sallie Roba vt
Robert H. Gunne's. John Gunnnls and W. P. Ha;
well, ss Administrator of the Estate of Franc
White, Defendants -Summons lor Relief-Con
plaint not Served.
To the Defendants, Malinda Morrison, Mary Soot
Helen Ambrose, R. T. Gunnels, Mary Jane Bu
risa, Ballin Roberts, Robert 8. Gunnels, Joh
Gunnels and W. P. Bagwell, as Administrator i
tba Estate of Frances White, deceased :
YOU aro hereby summoned and required to ai
.wc. the Complaint In this action, a copy of whit
ls herewith served upon you, and te servo a coi
Of your answer to the said Complaint on the sn
scriber at his office, Anderson C, H , 8 C., withl
twenty days after the service hereof, exclusif
of the day of auch service; and If you fall i
answer the Complaint within the time aforesal
tho Plaintiffs In this action will apply to tl
Court for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated Oct. 22, A. D 1902.
E. G. MCADAMS, Plaintiffs' Attorney.
[SE AL J JMO. U. WATKINS, C C. P.
To the Defendants Malinda Morrison, Mary Jar
Hurries, Sallie Roberts, KobortS. Gunnels. Joh
Gunnels and R. T. Gunnels ?
Take notice that the Complaint In thia actloi
together with the Summons, of which the foregi
lng is a copy, was filed In the office of the Clerk <
the Court at Anderson, tn the County of Andersoi
In the State of Souti Carolina, on the 22od day <
October, 19(2. E. G. Mc A DAMS,
To the Defendants Mary Scott, Helen Ambros
and John ? ?m?nela, tholr respective mothers an
fathers with wno ru they reside:
Take ustlce that unless you apply to the Coui
t within twenty days after tue service hereof upo
you for the appointment of a Guardian ad Lttei
to defend this action, tho Plaintiffs will apply t
the Court to have such appointment made for yo
to appear and defend such action In yourbehal
E. G. McADAMs*. Plaintiffs' Attorney.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERSON.
COURT OP COMMON PLEAS.
Leola Simmons, nee Warren, and Rosa Lucreti
Neal, nee Warren, Plaintiff?, against John M
Warren, Codie Brown, nee Warren, J.C.Jack
son, as Administrator of the Estste of John M
Warren, deceased, and Mr.. 8 J. Peoples^ Dc
fendants.-Siiminon? fot Relief- - :Co?.pi?iii
To the Defendants a'-ove named :
XTOU are hereby summoned ?nd required to an
j. swer the Complaint lo this action, of whlcl
a copy ia herewith served upon y .u.and to serve
copy of your answer to the said Complaint ou th
subscribers at their office, in the Peoples Haul
Building, Anderson C. H.. S. C., within twent;
days after the service hereof, exclusivo of th
day of such servite; and if you fail to auswe
the Complaint within the time aforeaaid, th
Plaintiffs in this action will apply to the Cour
for the relief demauded In the Complaint.
Dated at Anderson. H " )ct. 20, A.n. l'JJ2.
Hu NH AM A WATKINS.
[SEAL] JOHN C. WATKISS, C CC. P.
To tho absent Defendants, Codie Brown, John M
Warren and J. C. Jackson, as Administrator o
the Kilateof John M. Warren, deceased.
Please take notice that tho Summons and Com
plaint io this action were filed in the office of thi
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas for Ander?oi
County. S. C , on October 29th, 1002, and that tin
objectof this action is to procuro a partition ant
sate of the Lot of Land described in the Complain!
BONHAM & WATKINS, Plaintiffs' Atl'ys.
[S?AL] JNO. C. WATKINS, C. C. c, P.
Oct 20, 1902_20_<.__
Notice Final Settlement.
THE undersigned, Administrator o
the Estate of N. C. Shearer, deceas
ed, hereby gives notice tbst he will oi
Wednesday, November 28th. 1902, appl j
to the Judge of Probate for Anderaoi
County for a Final Settlement of ?alt
Estate, and a disobarge from his ofliot
W. H. SHEARER, Adm'r.
Oot 22, 1902_18_g
ALL peraonH indebted to thu Excelsioi
Oil and Fertilizer Company must setth
sooouots on or by November lat. Tnt
affaira of tho old Company muat be ?et
tied by that dat??, and it is boped the
every debtor will heed tbi- notice at once
W. F. C'X, President
Oct 8, 1902 16
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