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Pamwr W&Uem and Nob.
One of the rany anecdo-ter in re
lation to "Pars>n Waller" :o he was
familiarly known by his people was in
regord :to a negro man -he owned.
Bob was very fond of fresh milk and
butter and as was the custom in that
day ithe milk was kept in a milk thouse
at the spring builc so that the cool rwa
ter of the spring would flow around
the jars. He missed much milk and
butter frox. the spring house tand sus
pecting Bob as the .thief, and rwent to
work to catch him. One hot day at
noon he and Mrs. Wallern walked
down to .the spring. Seeing the door
ajar he attempted to .go in but was i
,prevented by Bob rushing out. Bob,'
hearing them coming had hastily oon
cealed the butter he had appropriated
under his hat. As he .rushed past Mr.
Wallern he struck at him and hit Bob
on th-e head and had his 'hand covered
wi.th soft butter. In consternation at
what he thought he had .done, killed
Bob, held up his hand to this wife and
said, "Mammy ish dot prains?" Bob
made his escape but continued to feast
at times on 'the parson's butter.
Nearly every woman would. like her
husband to be a poet -were it not for
the fact -that she would then be a
Pointed Paragraphs. +
Remember that kind words never
Brains and impudence are a com
bination hard 'to defeat.
Beware of the flatterer; he always
ha an object1r view.
Some women love wisely, but most
men are not loved any too well.
Fortum; i ely thie dhild doesn't realize
that he is the fa*heto ithe man
A profane min takes to the'tail time
ber Ahen the'patiei man begins to
Silence is godii:.-whioh may' ac
count for the Teafi-and 'hungry'appear
ance of the average- ma red man's
Many a womisi%~ hair is not as gold
en eas it is plheid.
Every man 15 iifwi h
best husband firte?wWrld.
It is easier to taboaki'ruliIin "
kind .with love iAhit is 'to do it
When the Msg guj' fais' be" con.d
siders tihe man who succeeds a lucky-/
Life is shoriat 1bet-and perhaps
that is the best thing that can be said
Even the man w!ho hoots at super
stition is apt to refuse a loan of $13
to some of his acquaintances on Fri
Everything may not be for the 'best,
but we should try 'to make the best of
- Occasionally a man makes light of
Ihis troubles by lighting cigars with
'his unreceipted bills.
Reflections Of A Bachelor.
New York Press.
A gi'rl never likes a man to hug her
if anybody is going 'to know about it.
A good way not to get excited is
not to try to explain to your .wife what
you are going to vote for.
A woman doesn't have to know
very musch tio know enough to pre
tend she knows less than the men she
picks out 'to flatter.
About the time a man begins to
realize that be can't understand his
own ohildren he has to begin to learn
the same 'ting about his grandchiil
The First Dyspeptic.
Tommy's father was troubled with
dyspepsia 'and .took two tablerts after
each meal, as prescribed by the physi
On Sunday, after Tommy had at
tended Sunrday school as usual, he
watched h.is father take his custom,
ary dose attilue dinner trable, 'and then
"Papa, Moses was the first man to
have dyspepsia, wasn't he?"
"I don't know, Tommy, why?"re
plied his father.
"Because," said iTommy, " the
teacher read in the Bible today that
the Lord giave Moses two tablets."
A diplomsatiic young girl is one who
can inform a slow young man that it
is time to say "good night" without
A gaod way to be fooled a'bou't
your son's virtues is to think you are
fooling him aout yours.
The census taker rapped at the door
of the little farm house and opened
his long book. A plump girl of about
18 came to the door and blinked at
"How many people live !here?" he
"N*-obody lives here. We are only
staying through the hot seison."
"But how many ar, h,re?"
"I'm here. iather's in the wodshed
and Bill is-,,
"See here nr girl I want to know
how many inmates are in This house.
Hiow many people slept here last
"Nobody slept here, sir. I had the
toothache dreadful, and my little
brother had the stomach ache, and the
new hand that's helping us got sun
burned so on his back that he has blis
ters -the size of eggs, and we all took
on so that nobody slept a wink all
Obeyed The Specialist's Order.s
A celebrated Continental specialist,
to whom time was literally money,
and who was possessed of a fiery tem
per, made it a rule that all patients
should undress before entering his
onsulting room so as not to waste
ny of his valuable time. One day a
meek looking little man entered with
all his clothes on. "What do you
mean by coming in like that?" asked
bhe doctor, in a rage. "Go and strip
"But I-" faltered .the man.
"I -tell you I've no time to twaste,"
Frelled the doctor; and the poor man
eff the room in haste. When his turn
:ame' he reentered the' room. "Now,
en" saMid .the doctof "that's betfei-:
MVat',can I do-or you?"
"I called to: ,collect your- subscrip
ion for the benevolent society."
When a girl has curly hair it is a
;ign she does not think much of the
)eauty of girls who haven't.
A young man married is a man
)roke for the rest of his days.
Notice'-is he?sbf giva~ tha the
obks of~ re iaifior idth?Towr
)NWbefleny,S. C.. are'noiropeas
~d'hteunde sigded as -Su2ervrisor of
Regstration for: said town' wilt keep
aid books open every' day from 9
L. mn., until 5 p. mn., (Sundays ex
:epted), including the 1st .day of De
Eugene S. Wer'ts,
Supervisor of Registration.
BTOTCE TO CREDITORS AND
OF' FINAL SETTLEMENT.
You 'will take notice that the under
;igned as Executor of the last will and
esament of Ned Whitter, deceased,
will ma-ke a final settlement of the
aid estate in the Probate Court on
'ovember 15, 1905. All persons
liclding claims agai'ns't said estate
must present same duly attested to
the undersigned on or before said
Charles J. P,urcell
Executor of the last will and testa
ment of Ned Witter, deceased.
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 12, 1905.
EXECUTORS' SALE OF PERSON
At the la'te residence of Henry
Sheely, deceased, near Little Moun1
ta, we the undersigned executors of
said deceased will on tihe io. day of
November, 1905 at 1o o'clock a. mn.
sell de personal property of which
said ideceased died seized and possess
B. F. Sheely,
3. A. Sheely,
CALL AT THE RACKET STORE.
If there is anything in nice China,
Glass, Agate or Tin Ware that you are
in need of. Shades worth 5o cents at
z. cents, Lace Curtains worth $r.25
for 89 cents. See the special 5 and zc
Highest cash prices for old clothing
of every description.
MRS. DORA WATTS.
NOTICE PRIMARY ELECTION.
Notice is hereby given that a demo'
cratic primary electi-on will be held
on Tuesday, the 28th of November
1905, in the Town of Newberry
Sout Cam..na, for Mayor and Alder
men of the said Town, to serve one
year, said primary election to be con
ducted according to t!he rules and reg
ulations adopted at the meeting -of the
democratic party of said Town held
October 31st, 1905; the polls to be
opened at eight o'clock A. M., and
closed at four o'clock P. M. There
will be a separate voting precinct in
each. Ward as follows:
Ward i: Council Chamber.
Ward 2: Store of H. P. Baker un
der Crotwell Hotel.
Ward 3: Herald & News Office.
Ward 4: Store of J. W. White.
Ward 5: Near residence of W. M.
The following are hereby appointed
managers of said election:
Ward i: F. M. Lindsay, M. M. Sat
A Ful1 S6pEIy
all Kinds'and 1
WAGONS OF BE
terwhite, S. C. Merchant.
Ward 2: A. C. Welch, John A.
Summer, W. M. Shackleford.
Ward 3: II'homas K. Johnstone,
Alex Singleton, E. Sheely.
Ward 4: L. L. Lane, T. L. B. Epps,
A. H. Dickert.
Ward 5: W. R. Jones, Paul Werts,
G. W. Hiller.
The attention of all candidates is
called to the following section of Rule
"The candidates receiving the ma- 1
jority of all vores cast for tihe offices
of Mayor and Aldermen respectively,
at said election shall be declared tihe
nominees of the Democratic Party of
the said Town, Provided, that on or
before twelve o'clock noon on Fri
day, the 17th day of November, 1905,
of the Prettiest
~r Brought to N
)le -for all Class'
s for the You
>tyles for Older
i and Styles
h1icle is Gnm
ST MATERIAL AND
II Be Made Soa
each of said candidates shall have left
a written statement with the Chair
man of the Executive Committee that
he is a candidate, and that he will
abide the result of such election. No
vote shall be counted for any candi
date who has not so pledged himself."
The assessment for each candidate
,s as follows: for Mayor Five Dollars;
for Aldermen Two Dollars. This as
sessment must be paid by eadh- candi
:ate to the Treasurer of the Execu
:ive 'Committee on or before the 17th
lay of November, 1905.
By order of the Executive Commit
0. B. Mayer,
I. H. Hunt, Chairman.
Sec'y. & Treas.
es of Buyers:
nig Folks and
Folks. . . .