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LOCALS AND BRIEF.
Happenings In Newberry And Elsewhere And ObservatiOns Briefly Stated. It is admitted even in New York that Bryan holds the vets power in the matter of the nomination of a democratic candidate for president. Some of the weekiy papers are speaking of "a mysterious case in Newberry." They refer to the girl who went about in boy's clothing. We see by the Chester Lantern that a merchant offered a prize of $io to that person making the best guess as to how long a candle would burn in his show win.dow. It burned z i i hours, 25 minutes and 35 sec onds. The winner came within 1i seconds of the exact time. We are progressing in this country; and may the bright Lantern burn for, many years. The Crow Creek- correspondent of the Pickens .- Sentinel-Journal wants the legislature to enact a law prohibiting children marrying und er twenty-one years of age. We re fer this tq, the bachelor member of the Newberry deleg on, as bachel ors know more about these matters than married men. - There iq said to be a remedy, known as a preventive of suicide. Now if somebody will originate a preventive of arson, burglary and ,other crimes this will. be a good country. Dr. James H. Carlisle has pre -sented to the Preston society of' Wofford college a photograph of Albert Guerry, the late famous -painter. Mr. Guerry once lived in Newberrv. It doesn't seem natural for the Lutheran Visitor. to be published away . from Newberry. -But we wish for the Visitor an abundant success in its new field. Our city is expanding: new res idences are springing up on college .street and extending as far as the late Henry Rikard's. These give promise that at some early .day this popular street will be- adorned all the wa' with handsome residences. We hope that many other enter prising citizens will soon contract -to'help expand the city in all direc .tions. Dr. D. D. Wallace, of Wofford college, has an able article onA riculture in the Popular Science -Monthly. fort January, which the Spartanburg Herald says is an ex tensive and important compilation of facts and that "the wisdom of their grouping, his easy style and chdice vocalulary make it a valuable contribution to the too meagre knowledge of this important sub ject. Have your New Year resolut'.ns passed the house?-Clinitoni Gazette. Some passed the house all right. 'nit met with a deadlock in the dispensary. A ngaux with the singular name of Gentleman in Nebraska was wounded. He died and the man who shot him was to hang. But the surgeon said that the said Gen teman died from the effects of a microbe, which had entered the wound under the name of bacillus d iplocapulatus-aerogenles. Enough to kill him. That -surgeon would make a good lawyer. The - Anderson Mail says that Willie Hearst is the Teddy Roose velt of the democracy. the pa:rty leaders are afraid of him. We turn our Mail over to the Laurens ville Herald, to be stamped. The Spartanburg Herald of the 6th reproduced the Herald and News account of the girl in boy clothes. She created an interest all around. Several able writers are -asso ciated with Mr. Houseal, and The Vsor will he made a renresenta Hor Are now at and when pricec riages, Wagons, ive church paper in every respect. -Keowee Courier. The Seaboard Air Line Railway has just had issued some beautiful pictorials of the resorts of the Car. olinas and Georgia and Florida. The Laurens Advertiser says: 'It is none of our business whom the South Carolina Demoocracy supports for President. That is an affair of - Ben Tillman's. What have you and I to do with it?" County Treasurer J. L. Epps is superintendent of the Helena Sun day school. Mr. Kibler is assist ant. The type got the names mixed. Hearst's militant and outspoken democracy,- which can be plainly understood by all, shows up most favorably in comparison with the trimmers and dodgers, who run with the - hare and hunt with the hounds.-Spartanburg Journal. Senators Spooner and Tillman had a little coloquy in the senate nd the man from South Carolina: got the best of it as usual. It was over the Panama affair and the Wisconsin man could not reply to the South Carolinian's direct ques tion as to whether President Roose velt had the right to use the army and navy without the consent of ongress and exclaimed "0 Lord." Tillman told him that he would need the Lord very badly before he got through with the business. In Orphanage Notes for January, published by the Connie Maxwell Orphanage, Greenwood, acknow; ledgment is made of contributions for December;- among which we notice the following: "Newberry 1st S. S. $SS82; Newberry ist 231: Active Juniiors, Newberry, 2scrap books " About Oysters. The Horry Field has a good edi torial on oysters. Among other: things it says: "It has been demonstrated time nd again that a fine single oyster can be grown in South Ca,rolina wates-in some respects, indeed, a fner oyster than any in America. Mr. Nicholas F. Nixon, at Cherry ove, a branch of Little River in let, grew oysters- for years and shipped them to New York. Con noisseurs there pronounced them he best flavored oyster on the market." If you want to see oyster br.nks' n great profusion go to Jamnes .ss ad and look across to the Morris sland lighthouse when the tide has ebbed. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN PROBATE COURT. B Joo. C. Wilson, Esq., Probate Judge. IIERE AS, Toney Bo:yee- bath maade suit to ime to grant him .ttrs of Administrationl of the estate and eiets of Augustus Boyce. These ahdrfor to cite and ad monish all auac sinnular the kindred and creditors of the said Augustus Boyce, decease~d, that they be and appear before me, in the Court of Pro bate, to be held at Newberry Court souse, S. C., on the 19th January DeXt aft.er publication thereof, at 11 'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any they have, why the said Admnin istration should not be granted. Given under my hand, this the 4th day [L.s.] of January. Anno Domini, 1904. Jmn C WILSON. J. P. N. C. MO C ses a our Stables. Co 3 and terms are r Buggies, Harnes Cheap Tickets TO THE West, Northwest C AN D CALIFORNIA Washington, OregoD, Nebraska, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming,.Colo rado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona......--. - Tickets on sale from Sept. 15to Nov. 20. TE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD offers choice of routes. Free Reclin ing Chair Cars. No transfers. Fast time. Double track. For full information, Circulars, Rates and Tickets apply to FRED I MILLER, Trav. Pass. Agt., Ill. Central R. R., Atlanta, Ga. Valuable Land for Sale 82 acres 5 miles of Whitmire-25 acres in cultivation, 5 to 6 acres good meadow. Seven lots adjoining the corporate limits of Newberry. Good building sites. Terms and prices reasonable. For further informa tion call at T H E rald2 and NeIWs OFF ICE. Small Savings are the Stepping Stones to success and plenty I$1.00 a month deposited in our Will in 10Oyears amount to $ 146 00 $5.00 will in 10 years amount to - - - - $730 00 I$10.00 will in 10 years amount to - - - -'$1460 00 We want your business. Have ample facilities to' accommodate our cus tomers. TeCommercial Bank IoTef Newbeiy, S. C. MUST BE IN EVERY HOME iN NEWBER RY The following druggists requests the holders of MURNA coupons to bring them in at once and secure absolute ly free, the regular size bottle of the Great Preparation, MURNA WINE For sale only by Gilder & Weeks ARS. OF nd M1ules me when you can get a selection, ight. Also the best line of Car s, Etc., ever shown in this section. IaW, S. C. Why not take a trip this winter through FLORIDA to CUBA. This beautiful State and Island has been brought within easy reach by the splendid through train ser vice of the ATLANTIC COAST LINE, the great thoroughfare to the Tropics. Winter tourist tick ets are now on sale at all points in Florida and Havana. For rates, schedules, maps, sleeping car-and steanship accommodations write to W. J. CRAIG. Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Wilmington, N. C. "What to Say in Spanish and How to Say It" sent to any address on receipt of a two cent postage strmp. 100 YEARS OLD STRONG AND HEALTHY. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Saved My Life from Bronchitis Six Years Ago and. Has Kept Me Strong and Healthy Ever Since, Writes Mrs. D. M. Roberts,. of La Grange, Ill. Mrs. Roberts Doesn't Look a Day Over Sixty; Reads the Papers and Sews Without Spectacles.. "Thanks to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, I Can Digest Anything, Sleep Soundly, and Am Smart for My Age." 'I write this letter to thank you for what Duffv's Pure Malt Whiskey has done for me. In 1]US I had an unusually severe attack of Bronchitis, and the best doctors said I would surely die, because I was such an old lady and there was not enough vitality left in my body to resist the disease. Nothing they gave me had any effect. -:y son sa,.,our advertisement and bought a bottle of Duf'Vs Pure Malt Whiskey for me. It saved my life. It brought back my strength. and I have not been sick a day since. I was born in Mar, 1Q04. in the town of Clif tor.lale. la.s., and f am therefore in my 100th / / vear. I can sew and read the papers without / ithe aid of snectacles. and anm unuspjally smart for my age.~ Thanks to D)uffy's 31alt Whis key. 1 can digest anything. and~I am evidently /K. getting a]. the~ nourishmnent out of my food, for / I am so much stronger than I have b'een for years, and am mn good flesh. .1 sleep soundly. I never take any ohrmdcn.DE'iteeylf fodpol,adIwuntIewt ti. 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It is .invaluable for overworked men, del icate women and sickly children.0 If you wish to keep young and strong and have 4 on your face the glow of prfect health; if you wish to live to a great age and to retain undimmed the use of all your faculties; if you would enjoy life to the fullest and be independent in -old age, take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as directed, and take no ohNo ote medicine or combination of medicines will do what Dluffy's will do. It is prescribed by 7000 doctors and used in over 2,000 hospitals. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskev contains no jfu.sel.. oil, and is the only whiskey reco~gnized by the~ Government as a medicine. This isa guarantee. genuine. Enscrnou dealers, mindful of1h excellene -of thi prearatiol ,will tr n aret for proit only. ani whin f: itro rievsib thtue sick,ar positively harm Wiskey -hih c orna a dicital. hn:th-gin iugqaitic. -ufsPr Malt Wsey is ..old in sealed bottles only : never in fllask or bulk. Look for the trade-mark, the 'Old Chemnist." on the label. and bo certain the seal over the cork is unbroken. Beware of reflledl botties. Sold by all druggists and grocers. or direct, $1.00 a bottle. Medical booklet free. Dluffy Malt Whikey Co., Rochester, New York. L O. O.F. LAND FOR SALE. PULASKI LODGE NO. 20. FOUR LOTS CONTAINING 28 ~ ET8 EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT acres, arnd three containing 40IY at 7.30 o'clock at their hall at the acres on eater oiis Deia tl Graded School building. Visitors cor io friIigpros.Te !dially invited. J. S. SMITH, N. G.