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^ By Mrs. Et
"'We will .<?o now, if you are
ready," said 'Mrs. IV , 'dx plaining
that the young man was goin<; home
"'Woll," doelared Che deacon, "T
almost envy him the treat that is in
store for him." TIivii t,? the tramp,
"-Say my hoy, [ ask as a special PaTor
thai you oat. enouidi of her good
'Onrislmas rations 1'or yon and me
both, will you'/"
T loo) that it would hp easy to
grant I ho lavor, sir, }?uL the lady
might obj. <-(," smiled (he I ramp. '
"I'm divadfully hungry, mvscir,"
declared ho lit lie woman, quick to
sec filial I ho young man was real I v
in n.'cd ol lood, "and il' you'll com.'?
home with us, deacon, you shall have
I he cahneo ol another supper tonight,
for I ;ilit going slraighl lo I he
''he ip readier u,:idcrs| ood and
smiled liis approval. The old deacon
nodded liis head two or three times
emphatically, 'happy over the praclical
turn ne )i:i.,I given lire conve:'sal
ion. I hen replied :
"Thank von, my sister IV-?, lnit
I can't go. Am sorry. Mv time
wil:l bo out now in about tvn tni:iules
and I must hurry on lo my duties
at the Mill." It was early, onlv
0 o'clock when I hev reached the
home o| Mrs. 15 ; I In* tramp in
I he mean I inn* had lohl lie.' that his
mime was Charlie Haxler, and that
liis home was in Klorida. lie was
kindly i :i l rod in- >,1 to t lie family,
which consisted of Winnie, aged IS,
< alnde, agred Hi and a nephew, Dick
Osborne, aged 'J.', ami a jolly good
lellovv, full o| I'm 11 a:nd frolic, vcl
kind ;iiii. I t eiinler h.'arled, 'flrere
was a <|iii/./.ical light m his I audi i ur
eyes ;ind an expression on his genial
lace that Mrs. li plainly understood.
11? was Ioii<L?-i i?_?- I'or an opporl
unity |o lease nis mini about
"Mr. Haxler was at our prayer
nice I iii';- loiighl, au.l is a stranger
in the place, so I begged liiiu to come
I'oinv with inc. 11??pin?_T to make him
. enjoy < 'iirisl mak." she said, laying
aside her wrap and c* a s I inn" a slv
look of entreaty :il her nephew. I
hope someone will be kind lo my
absent boy tonight," a id her voic
trembled. Thai sell led hick and lie
vowed thai bis auul should not outdo
him in Undue--, to (lie -I ram;er.
I'lln tin?r .n in hi- mi id I lie I hi"
he i111e11111 .1 lo do I'o.- hi>n. . bile ' .
big heart throbbed |o\oii-.\ ovv, |'m>
happ\ Christinas ihoimiils i hat tilled
( 'liarlie Was made lo |". , | ;|| home
and w elci'U e. a ml io i M rs. I'.
led tile w a v to the dining room, ,|e
*'':11'iu Ilia! >he was "h.iii'.'rv a- a
bear.' aid wanted everv oil" to lielp
her e.u another supper.
I'" e >iio\\\ cover was r.moved and
< liarlie sa.w a table heavilv la.le i
wile vood thin:-'. like he bad seen
at home in years gone bv. thai a
Hoed o| tender memories -urged over
this soul and he Inrneil his head lo
hide bis emotion. There was a nice
ban. baked a :.l T* 11. 11 the same wav
wilh 'black pepper; lb.* turkev was
': -nine delicate brown; |i\e caketoo.
were ici .| and pivtlilv dr?>sse.| in
can lit -: I "ie pies ami custards
crimped the same Kvay around the
'eil'^es; |! e butter was actually moulded
'in I lie same design; two la-gc
stands of different kinds of I. nil
and two of candy, enough of everything
lo 1 a^t several days, and the
table set for six.
"I d like to wash," whispered
Charlie to Claude, who led him out
to the sink on the hack porch.
While washing he said lo the bo\ :
"Claude, your mother is an angel.
l>on*! ever give her the trouble that
I " " 'iven my mother. I.ook at
' ' take waruiev;-; k'eep goo I
ai d >lay al home. I am
'< change my way of living
' can tell you that and it' I ever
amount I < ail v | bi I will owe it to
.vonr ood Christian molh"r. who has
restored m\ laith in Cod aed man."'
Calu.le opened lias eyes in aslonisl)?i
cut. \\ bat kind <<I a 11" nip was
this fellow. an\ way. lie wondered,
while Charlie look from his pocket
a little comb au.l smooth-d his hair.
They returned to the. dining room
to Itii(I Winnie preparing ham and
turkey sandwiches. Site's working
a scheme to keep from washing the
dishes." declared her brother. at
which I hey all laughed.
"Well, we'll compromise affairs.
I liis way. said hick: "every one
wa-ii ' i- ..> |..er ow i plat >.*' and he
beloed iiimse! f lo a -jeneroiis slice of
juicy pie, and winked one niieally.
"Agreed," laughed Mrs. 15
OF THE DFYIL. t
hel Thomas. ^ I,
"Now, Charlie, you are to feci at '
home with us. Just help yourself; 3
don't wail to be helped, or you are '
sure to get left?a thing you have ,
Ion ml' out if y?u have ever been j
around cotton null people," sho deI
I "Have yon ever worked in a cot-- '
ton mill, Mr. Baxter?" venturned
Winnie, not knowing what vise to J
say at present. I
"A little in the weaving depart- '
u.< iu, ' :-flMruv?d, pleased that she '
had spoken directly to him. 1
"Bet you ciin get a ,jo!> here it: you 1
want it," said Claude, who was very '
inneli interested in their guest, and <
believed thai he had a history. 1
"I'd he glad to gel work, lor I am ?
dead hroke; hul I had my suit-case
and clothes stolen a low weeks ago I
| and have 'been sick, and am in such I
la plighl 111:?I I ;iiii actually ashamed m
j lo apply for work. Now thai is ihe '
'truth yet, work I must have." '
j "Never mind, old fellow, a b>t of things
can happen in a few days, a id <
work does not commence again lilli'l
next Mnjiday. No telling what will '
turn up be. I ore then," said Dirk,
giving his aunl a sly wink. c
"After tonight, nothing that can !(
happen will surprise me very milch," '
declared Oh a Hie, looking gratefully :1
toward Ihe. kind hostess. "A few
hours ago I eared for nothing in the \
morld, and had almoKl determined I
lo break i.ito some house and steal '
food, for I had eaten nothing since ;
yesterday morning and was starving, j ?
Now, here I am a guest in a Chris- I
tiaii home, unworthy of tli.j 'least I'
kind.less which i - being so freely i I
lavished upon me. 1111 the rest of : i
11iv life shall he on.* earnest endeav-'I
or to redeem the mistakes of llie'l
, , , |
past. caruestlv; and Mrs. B - - i ji
beamed on him joyously, mentally I I
saying: '' Thank (lod. " I
1 When they rose, from the table. I
Winnie had a kettle of h<d water
ready, poured it into the dish pan I j
a id |dared it oil the hark table | |
laughing: "There. I've done niv i
' | '
part: now. everybody wash his own i j
plate; I won't excuse even you, Mr. ,
'Bxxler," she declared shaking her i j
\ellovv mrls and skipping out of the!,
dining room, leaving thc.in to repair|)
as far as possible the damage that|(
hail been done to the table.
Charlie was sent upstairs with
nd < lan.l" and 'jiveu a lied in ; .
( He >. me dii't \ tramp of the night |
; A! i . i; hea.'il them si ill mov ing |
about and tailing in low earnest ,
[tones. Next morning wlie.i they j |
I'caine down lo breakfast. Charlie led ,
been transformed into a decidedly ,
j ~ 1;11?Ie looking and very ban 1- j
! s.?,v you.ig man. Mir'? and Claud.1
J had cut hi-> hair and >ha\"d him. and |
at'i-'i- iniich pleading ami coaxing ,
! Mirk had persuaded him t.i accept
j and don a comiplete suit of clean .
I underwear ami a nice suit of clothes v
j and collar a.id lie. Being a bach-I |
! clor and fond of good clothes Mick j .
j \\->s well supplied and would iio't i
iinisv ill,* things. Claude. presented].
| a nice cap ami polished tin- soiled!
! 1111! nice -hoes, ami ii was almost
I impossible to believe that Ibis was!
I tii-' ?aiue dinrty tramp of the night j
i wiih his dark hair and eyes, and I |
there was a subdued and ihoughtful
expression on his face that added |
to his attractive appearance, lie
had every appearance of being well ^
bred and Mick was no less proud of
him than Mrs. B as lie good na- j
turedly shoved Charlie into a seat .
at .lie breakfast table, greatly pleased
over the astonishment and glad J
surprise of his aunt and cousin
I After breakfast ilicy all repaired',
j t'\ the small but lic.jly furnished I,
parlor and Winnie gave litem some ,
] swe. I music on her new oi.'an. All I |
were surprised to hear Cha"i:e's rich j .
voice as lie .joined in the sinking j |
a : I -tili more so to Ii;i<i I hat he j ,
j could play "a little." After a lit- j .
i t !e coaxing I'r m Winnie he sai down i ,
i to the or-jau and cx<|ui ite]y ren- )
(tiered severai pieres of music, sing- j |
n tl playing "Home. Sweet i
Motile," with sin b lunching pathosjj
thai every eye was wet with tears |
ami each heart more sure that the
young man must have a history. |
At'fwr that, the silence, was unbro- |
ken for awhile, until Claude unable t
to longer restrain his curiosity, laid
his han.l genliv on Charlie's shoul- ,
d r ami asked softly but eagerly: j
"Charlie, it seems thai we have j
ki'"W". a* ! . \c?l you ever s(> long; |
' i1 > 'tin'1 mind, w o < >'f you t e!l j (
I s.,m thin/ abou! yourself, liow j,
I v? i ( He ii> leave imme and so oii?"ii
' A ml how 1 happened to be a 1 i
III imp.'" sadly. "(Maude, I am bit-j ]
-Ivnted (>r it all and wish it
e 'blotted from my memory.
my experience will buncllt
t will tell you about it."
"You needn't- if you don't wish,"
v-ohe up Winnie, though she, too,
ivas all curiosity to outf.ddu
ivas all curiosity a:id almost expected
Lo learn that he was a prince in d;.i'uise.
iGharlic (bowed and siuilod his
,hanks to Winnie, continuing: "Oik*
Ihing certain, you arc not entertaining
an angel." Drawing: a deep
jreath ho commenced the painful
recital, pausing occasionally to con,rol
liis trembling voice:
"My father is a wealthy orange
rower living in Florida. I am the
youngest, <of four children and at
he ago of 17 had never worked a
lay in irty life, What, time 1 was
lot in school I -was loafing with
illier idle:'- an I of course fell into
tad company. ! learned to smoke
igarelIes. took an occasional drink
villi my companions, and often play-1
d cards. Of course my parents
lever dreamed that I had fallen so
ow. Those with whom I assoeiaed
were all of respect able families.
I in I noire of the meni'bers of our
'gang" knew liow desperately wick d
we had grown. My mother is a
w.'i'l penile woman an I a devoted
'hi isliaii: father, too, is a Christian. |
nil very stern and uncompromising, j
lever verging one iota fiom what
ie considers his duty, and when
nice his mind is made up nothing
ni earlli can change him. 1 inheried
fronv him a very high temper
ind passionate nature.
"One Sunday afternoon we hoys
\ere having a regular meeting in
he wools; we had "been reading;
'Jessie .Tallies.'" "Libe.dy Hoys of
7(i.'" and other trashy literal lire I
alciilaled to send many i<> dest rue-j
ion, and had thrown them aside
or a name of cards. We were d?'ep- j
v interested in a game of "seven
ip" when my falher appeared on
he scene wilh a huge switch in his
land, jerked me from the ground
ind started lo give me a thrashing,:
here in Hie presence id' my com-|
anions, who stood dumb-founded j
icfore his wrath.
"lie gave me one lick, I caught |
lie swilch and wrenched il from Ins j
land throwing il far from me. Then j
n a furious burst of passion, lee!-1,
ii:;' that I was disgraced in the eves j
if my companions, I clenched my j
ists and dared him to lay bis hands
ni me again, declaring I would light
ii:n lo the death," pausing in deep'
4' l'"aI her paused, folded bis arms 1
icross hi-' hrca-i' ai 1 looked nic
lir.'ly in :lie face I'm a '? ri-_i time
?e fi re he - puke ; ;'i 11 he said: * < ha. r
ie. u<i Imiiie ami tell yonr niolber
"iiod'bye, then leave I lie roof that
ias sheltered and pr-tecled you from
lO'ir infancy! (!o tptickly ere I lose
i ni .1 ?i!' myself. I >< m * I ever write
. ii:- an I don 'l dare lo da -ken my
|i?or? agai i ::nii 1 ymi can come pte?a
red. in lake I ii pii!ii>.m:.nl you
i-e.v ns.nl. I'er I warn you that
v e;i I hi'iivll Villi iiave I'eaeiiei! the
iw ol' icauliood. ii' I slill live, you
vill lake a whipping befori* you -eue|
my house ir sil at n:\ table
" 'Thank yon. sir. I will never reurn,'
I declared hotly. ' lint even if
io;i were on y air death t < il and
lioiild scud foe me !'
'Moiher eric I as if her heart
tvoui 1 break, but said lather was
iglit and begged me |o -.ubniil lo a
vliiipping and remain at home; but
I had begun lo have vsions of a forune
that I was going to make in
he future, and already saw myself
ieh and prosperous and father longtin;
to beg my forgiveness for his
larsli |reattnenl, yet dreading lo ap>roac!i
me! And my mother gave
lie one hundred dollars and kissed
That v.as live years ago last sumlier
and since iheu I have been all
e.cr the 1'iiiled Stales and Mexico,
ivorking at anything that I could
iml 111 do. gelling enough in one
:>iace lo buy my way In .moiher, or
failing ie I hat. healing my way <?.i
op of freight trains and in two inqauces
being jailed and made to
,\ o |< the streets lor lis - olVcue. I
ia\ e on several occasions lei I hoard
ill- unpaid, bill I Iiave all t'ie ndIresses
anr intend lo pay them yet,
T | live. Oil. 1 have sinned bcyoinl
Dartloii, 1 fear."
"No .Charlie, never thai." whiskered
Mrs. Ii . her eyes wet with
lears. After a moment the young
nan continued :
"Never null last night, did I seriously
consider the though! of reiirniug
home and begging my father
0 forgive me; but once every year
1 have gone there secretly and peep d
Ihronvh the window for a "I'lapse
f mother. K.ach vear she has -rown
More ::rav and sad looki':>\ while>
'ather looks more stern and uncom>rotnising.
Those occasional stolen
GOV. R. B
Of North Caroli
1 HE GREAT EXT
For Coughs, Colds,
===== Chest 1
ing to the people?
ami throat t umbles
Anytime in the wo
A Co.wboy's Girl.
Perce K. Benton's elaborate
duetion, "A Cowboy's Girl"
next attraction at tire opera
Saturday, February S. .1 'liw
public s|K'ak of tlie latest Hetilu
cess in (lie highest. terms. Man
features will be introduced ami
I'onnance seldom, il.' ever, sen
side of Now York or Chicago \
| given in its entirety. The eoi
production, including the oi
cast, seenery and properties dti
tiie smallest detail will be us
this company. A chance to
play as they see it in Cricago
en our theatre-goers and they ;
avail themselves of the op|>orl
STATU OK SOUTH CAROLIN
COUNTY OK NKWBKKKY.
My Frank M. Sehunipert, E;
W11'FKF.AS , Ii. H. Poland r
T. 1'ola.td made suit to me. to
them letters of administration
estate of and effects of Car;
TlllvSK A KM-: TIIKR.KKOKK
and admonish all and singnli
kindred and creditors of tin
Carrie F. P?oland deceased. (ha
be and appear before me, ii
Court of Probate, to be held at
berry "n the 201 ii day of .T:i
next after publication I hereof,
o'clock in the forenoon, to
cause, if any they have, why Hi
administration should not be gr
GIYFN under my hand, IIm
day of January, Anno Domini,
K. M. Sehumpei
T. P. N
| STATFj OF SOUTH CAROLI>
! COUNTY OF NF/WBKRRY.
Bv Frank M. Sehunipert, F<
WIIK I,'FAS. I lo-cn M. I
made -nit to m<'. to grant
of administration of the estate <
effects of Joseph Wood.
TI1FSF AIJF TI1FRFFORF,
and admonish all and singula
I kindred and creditors of the
'Joseph Wood deceased, that ti
I and appear before me. in the.
! of Probate, to be held at Ne\
Ion !iii February next a.fter pi
j tion lhereof, at II o'clock
i forenoon, to show cause, if an,
! have, why the said administ
| should not be granted,
i (iIVFN under my hand, tlii
j day of January, Anno Domini,
F. M. Sehumpei
J. P. >
: Assessment of Personal Pr
I. or an authorized agent. wil
j the following named places f
j purpose of taking retur s of y
al property for 1008:
At Newberry Jan. 1st to 19.
AI Cliappells Jan. 20.
At Longshore Jan. 21.
At Walton Jan. 22.
At Glymphvillc Jan 23.
At Maybinton Jan ?'l
I At W'.v.in! re Jan. 2f>.
I At Po'!\??Ma Jan. 27.
| At Little Mountain Jan. 2S.
I At O'Neal Is Jan. 20.
At. St. Lukes Jan. 30.
\| Jollv Street Jan. 31.
A | Prosperity FoFby. and
I And at Newberry until Fel
201 h. after which time the 50 p<
penalty will be added accord
'fhe law require-, a t~.x on ad
| ne ri .cages and ?neneys jm?o an i
i tax on gross incomes f $2500.(
A capitation tax of ;"i0 cents
sessed on all dog's, the proceeds
expended for school purposes.
Taxpayers or their agents shr
careful to assess all dogs and
having same listed by the schoo
I tee.- and township assessors.
I All male persons between Ii
I of 21 and ( 9 years (except C
j erale soldiers, or those perso:
| able lo .'in n !i snnport frmi
! cause). ai'(j liable to poll tax.
I No return will be accepted
I sworn to by taxpayer or some
I .>u.mu?rau? t?u?j .jtf.imtif.-t.myi.
na, Says About
UMO^IA CUBE ?... ,?
Croup, Threat and
'roubles r- ? ME&'
ing it to the j
especially ihe children. 1 have known of its hi
with marvelous effect. It i.s with pleasure that
rid that I can say a word for your company, I w
Sale by all Druggists, $i.OO, 50<
authorized to make same.
a pro- Persons changing residence fror
is the oho township to another should s
house ' state to assessor and avoid bavin,
s and their names entered in two townships
in sue- Farmers and others in making return
v new fur their hands should pay spccifl
a per- attention to this.
, out- Weal estate is not assessed thi
sill be year. but be careful to not on tax r?3
mplet.' turn each transfer of land or lot
riginal (bought or sold) since last return,
iwn to While on tbe rounds throughout th
e.l bv county the hooks of assessment wil
SOt. be opened each morning at 10 o'cloc
is giv- an^ closed at 4. Tho office at New
should berry will be open as usual each daj
[unit v. W. Cromer,
Auditor Newberry County.
STATK OF SOUTH AROLTNA,
squire, COUNTY OK NKWURRMY.
liy Fra'.ik M. Schumpert, Ksrpiin
ind U. Probate Judge.
grant \Y 11 KK K AS. .J. \Y. Cleland hat
of tho j iiiado suit to me, to grant him lottu
cie h. of administration of the estate o
ami effects of Kngenia Werts.
I?? eite j 'j', I K.S\) A KK T11KKKHX)RK t
ir | cite and admonish all and singula
sauljtiie kindred ami creditors of til
' said Kngenia Worn deceased. tlui
' ^,0 ; they be and appear before me. in tli
Court of Probate, to be held at Nov
inuary j herrv <?;; the tith day of Kebruar
s1' ' j next after publication thereof, at 1
show | o'clock i:i the forenoon. to s!io'
e said , (.iU,.v. jj* ;.?v |].,.v have, why the s:ii
anted, j .jjiHiii;, .j, j0n should not be grantee
; 18th ( (SJVI-N tiinler inv hand. t!:is "JOt
1908. | j..v ,,j .January Anno Domini, 100!
'* K. M. Sehutnpert,
C- .1. P. \\ C.
i:,/ Plant Wood's \
, // Garden Seeds V
FOR SUPERIOR VEGE- ]
lo cile TABLES S< FLOWERS.
r the Our businoss, both in Garden |
said and Farm Seeds, is one of the
i,-?v be largest in this country, a result
due to the fact that
IT ! n Quality is always our J
in the p c onsideration, r
v they We are headquarters for
ration Grass and Clover Seeds, Seed
Oats, Seed Potatoes, Cow
1 Peas, Soja Beans aud
s -<"h other Farm Seeds.
Wood's Descriptive Catalogue
rt. Is the Lost and most practical ofseed
t r? catalogues. An up-to dato and re'
v cognized authority on alt Garden /
\ and Farm crops. Catalogue malted /
1 free on request. Wrlto for It. I,
opcrty \ T. W. W?U<5 & SONS, /
] b> :i i - Richmond, Va
"1 have had seven years ol j?roi
i that Dr. King's New Discovety is i!i
j best medicine to take tor coughs an
I colds and for every diseased cond
11ion <>f threat, chest or lungs," sa,y
W. V. Henry, of I'auama, Mo. Tii
| world has had thirty-eight. years o
I proof that Dr. I\:.:g's New Discos
| " y i ; ! hp he-:j remedy fVr cough
; an.i <*? I j , hi :rip; a Ihma, hay fe\
I cr. i ;i ! 1 i- i: e in o!""! i a ~ e if I !i
' ea!'! i i,l c'.;i
si' ! i.: i . a! v\ a
I. | J e levclop'i en o| pnei
l>ruar\ inoi. Id under guaia.Meo .it W
M' ce:it I). I tit am and Sou's dvng store. -"?(?<
ing to.and $!.(>< . Trial bottle free.
1 tl'US- Anyono sending nnketrhnnd description may
1 quickly ascertain our opinion freo whether nn
Invention la probably pntcnlable. Cotnmnnlcui
tIoiis?i ricHy roniuionl Inl. HANDBOOK on I'ntents
ie a'.r" I sent, free, oldest nucncy for xcctirmg patents.
P . 1'iiioniH taken tiironL'li .Mimii A Co. rocolvc
Oiltet! $in'ciiil notice, wlilioiifcctniruo, in tlio
A "ij;< nt'ly lllit Iriiloi v oi'kl/, f.ivpost Clr.
' iliilii" ' ( niiy m ii'i J mi. ,1. Y. inn, ft n
ymir: i>>tir nioi>tli?, 41. SoMbynlt ncivmloiilord.
""!r:, munn & Co 3G IHroadway, 0VV YOfk
person Uranch Olllco. 625 K Kt., WnnhliiKtou, I>. c.
rule never lo recotnmcnd p
itii I liHve myself tried'
arc a gtent many in the
I < rfect shams, hut having J
ire for C< lcis, sore throat *
[amatory troubles, I have
in cordiality recommendmhtic,
for I think it a blessnngused
for I'NKUMONIA ^
I give you this testimonial. J^
ill do so without hesitation *
c and 25c.
LICENSE TAX DUE. 1
n Notice is hereby given that city
0 licenses lor the year 1908 are now
8 due and must be paid at once. f
' IJv order of city council. ji
s J. J. Lang ford, i
l' Kugene S. Worts, .Mayor. wk
Clerk and Treasurer.
i- HAVE JUST GOTTEN IN r pretty
s lino ;>l' (Mass Ware, elieap, at 5 and
c 'Uroatl.lus & Rut'f,
k ST A T10 OK .SOl'TIl CAROLINA, jl
COUNTY OF NFAVBFRRY. I
r. By Prank M. Rchumpert, Inquire. '
Probate Judge. i
WlllvRlOAK, Lizzie .1. RulT and ATin- 9
j nie L. Caldwell made suit to me, to '
grant them letters of administration
of 11:o estate and effects of .J. If. TT.
?? TilKSK AUK TllFRKFORK to cite
and admonish all and singular the
j kinlved and creditors of the said J.
r M. U. RulT deceased, tha.t they he
and appear before me. in the Court J
of Probate, to he lndd at Newberry 1
<> en the P-1 h dav of Febru.rv next afr
t>m' nnhlieation thereof, a\ II o'clock
e i in the forenoon, to show cause. ,f any ?
it tlicy have, why the said ndnimst ra?'
t'on should not be granted.
f! 1 \* 1'VN under my hand, Ihis 2otIi
y day of January, Anno Domini, 190,9. f
I F. M\ Rchumpert.
J. P. N. C.
NGTjJCE OF I'IN.' L SETTLEMENT
I will r.iake a final settlement in
ili; tM.ite of w. II. Harris, deceased,
:n ! c } robate icut for Newberry
| .' - i.ny on Thurst'.iy, Fohrary 20,
at 11 o'clock in (lie forenoon.
( ;:n I will i nniodia! >ly thereafter apP'
' l? tlie said co;irt ('.>: letters disd
rn:*<nrv. Ali persons itiKlebted to
. said estate will make payment on or
^ je'.ore said date and all persons
^ having claims again.-"! said estate will
I present them duly attested.
Annie R. Harris,
, CHARLESTON ft WESTERN OAU,
Cic!:cdule in effect November 3rd. 1907
1 '.v. Newberry ((' W p. m.
\r. Laurens \ :f,i> f(. tn>
e. I a*. 1.aureus (C. & W. C.) 2: 15 ?. m.
v Greenville 3:40 p. m.
Lv. Laurens 2:07 p. n .
' A r. Spartanburg 3.35 p. m.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Ry.) 3:40 p. m.
A r. Henderson vi'le (1:25 p. m.
i \r. Asheville 7:30 p. ra.
; Lv. Laurens (C. & W. C.) 2:00 p. m.
j Ar. Greenwood 2:56 p. m.
Ar. Mi'Coririick 3:55 p. m.
I Ar. Ai.gusta 5:40 p. m.
Note: The above arrivals and de|
pjiitMies, as well as connections with
| ?ii her companies, are givon as infor|
mation, and aro not guaranteed.
C? n. Pass. Agt.,
Geo. T. Bryan,
I Greenville, S. ( .
! Gen. Agt,