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Nineteon Hour Days.
"Our hours," said a nature student,
"are nothing to the ll'd5'. Why, some
birds work in the summer nineteen
hours a day. Indefatigably tiey clear
the crops of insects. Te tirusih gets
up at 2:30 every summer min01i1i11g. I1e
rolls up ils sleeves and falls' to work
at1 once. And he never slops till 9:30
'it night. A ch'an n~ineleenl hours.
During that t e ie feeds his vora11
Clous young 20G tlines. Tie blackhird
sta'rts work at the samle tine ats the
thrush, )u1t he lays oft' earlier. Ills
whistle blows at 7:30, and1( during his
Seventeen hour day he sets aboult 100
meals lefore his kilies. The tit
111011se is u1) and about by 3 inl the
mllorliIg.u a1l his stopping time Is 9 at
night. A fast worker, tie titmouse Is
said to feed his yoting -117 meals
mels of (aterpilhar ma11lily-in the
IonIIg, hard, hot diay."'-Ci11illnti En
To hut IIIrs it 'This 'own,
Children wio are 4lelie:Ite, feverish
and14 cross will get unlmedlinie4 relief from
Mother (try's Swvet i'ow(leis for chil
dren. They cleanse0 th 1straih. aet (in
tile liver, making a sickly child strong
and healthy. A certain enre- for worms.
Sold Iy) 11l ciruggis ts, 25) saimple Free.
Address Alien 1. Oluumste,. LeRoy, N. Y.
Just as Ho Was.
A IlliChimold minister iot long ago
Was asked to performi .1 1 nu'rilage cere
molly by t Youn1ig nigro coup1le. As he
had en1iployed the grooin for a y l or
two, he Conlselt&ed. kilowilig what prA.
tige -woul (om1e to the colple by rea
son of having bee 1a11 r1lied by at whIte
ininister. At tile appointed tlime the
::i1ppy pair airrived, and the cereiony
"Do .vou take this n1in for better or
for 'worse?!" the mlinlister asked.
For 111 her shyness tile bride spoke
"No. s:th; Alhl doIt't." she said. "Ah'Il 1
tkle himl Jest like he is. If lie was ter U
get ily hitter l's afral ihe'd die, an'
if he wa4 ter get any wilss Ah'd kill
im llyself!"-1111per's Weekly.
Serhl yourselt daily, and you're not S
cleani inside. Ch'an insidl ienans (lean 'I
stomachlel1, bowels, bloo, iver. cleai,
healthy tis-4uo in every orgarn. Moral:
Take Hlollittr's Rocky) Monnitain Tea.
35c Tea or Tablets.
Ever Ncticed 1:.
A man stood on (1he eighth floor of a
Skyse r1aI pe r nn,! puslil the button for
tin inonlelt an4lel l illi ('1am'fc
along on the sal'o fullmr al did the
wanie thing. l1e also knew the first
111.a 1111 pushed the buton.
Preselitly 1 ;t evniglra pher (n11110 trip
ping along n111d gave the blittonl at y1i
Clois Jill). She also klew tile previous s1
two had plushed the blttlon. it
In a few ioncits more an11 elierly
woianU came along, sized up tile
crowd and rang for the-but why go "
If you have kidney and bladder troub ti
le and do not use Foley's Kidney Cure, I
you will have only yourself to blam1e for C
results, ai it positively cures all forms of L
-kidney and bladder diseases. (
"Wbat this?" asked the man ae
'quitted of a charge of murder as his r
ilawyer handed him a paper. ta
"That's my bill for services," ex- t<
plained the lawyer. r.
"Get out!" responded the acquItted. 11
"You proved I was insane, didn't ai
"Well, you can't do business with a
.lunatic."-Philadelphia Ledger. I
TEN YEAIIs IN lIED.
'For ton years I was confined to my t
bed with disease of my kidneys," writes ,
R. A. Gray, J. P., of Oakville, Ind. It
was so severe that I could not move paurtr
of tihe time. I consulted the very beat
medical skill available, but could get no0
relief until Foloy's Kidney Cure wvas
recommended to me. It has been a God
senn to me."
Trotter-He told me about this time
last year that he had arrived at the
concluslcsi that the trip to Europe
would do him good. Holmes-Yes, and
lie's there yet. Trotter-In Europe?
Holmes--No; where he had arrived
when you saw him.-Philadelphia
The pleasant purgative effect experi
need by all wvho use Chamberlain 'a
.8tomiach and Liver Tablets, and thi
ihealthy condition of the body and mind
whioh they create makes one feel joyful.
Prnce, 25 cents. S3ample free at Pick.
. ens Drug Co.
A Suiphurous Mountain.
The Soufriere, or sulphurous moun
tain, lai considlered to be tihe greaitest
natural curiosIty of St. Lucia and, in
fact, or tile Wecst Indies. It Is sttuated
about half an hour's r'ide from tihe
town of Soufriere, to whIch It has
given Its nlame, and1( nearly two miles
to tile east of tihe Pitous anid is at the
foot of two small hills, bo0th of which
are quite hare of vegetation on the
sidles facing the crater. It covers a
space of about three acres and Is crust
- ed over wvithl sulphur and alum. There
are severail Calidrons In .a perpetual
state of ebuillition. The water is quite
black In tihe larger onesi and boils up
to'the height of two or three foot, but
In the smaller ones It is quite clear.
L j.ondon Standard.
Jay Gould's Millions.
Jay Gould's millions were at one
time in danger. It was In 1873, and
their fate depended upon the tfluctua.
tions in the gold market. Could saw
his Precarious position ]it tnlie. an1(d so
enormous was his powee and influence
that ho maneuvered hhn.;elf out of tile
difliculty. In fact, wilel it was over
he wias wealthier than eer. About
tenl years after this iippeled there
were dark rumors about his affairs,
and it was hinted that the great Gould
was not what lie was supposed to be
in a pecuniary sense. lie disposed of
these doubts II i t A, . l siple m1a.
ner. lie invited a 1: ::her of gentle.
menl to his private office. and when
they arrived he Iaid oil the table be
fore them for examiliaton certlfleatcs
of stocks in his own name to the value
of $53,0100,000 and sai that if they
wishie:i he would lay .$20,000,000 more
A coal is much more e silyene
When tll- howels ire open-d. Kennedy'..
. -xitive Hony aid Tar opens 1he bow.
dai and drives the cold ont of the Sysenm
I. you'!g or old. Sold hy Pickens Di i
Tile recret of mnaik lug the thin pap'
in whIleh the Oxford 1b11)10 Is printel
s closely guarded and Is valued at a
Mlen" I'lst sixty in intgier.
Tore thai half of mainkindl over' sixt
'ears of age- aitfr from kidnie(y alu
kaidder disorders, usually eIla gemenul
>f the proRtato glaid9. Thiis s botli
>ainful and danigerous, and Foley's Kid
icy Cure slovid bn trk'en at the iirs1t
c gil of (tllger, as it corrects irreigi -i
ics and has ured iany old lieno (Of I lI
lisoas. Mr. Rodne-y Unrtett, Rockpo:t.
'1o., writes: "I Suflf ered with enlarg'e
>rostato gland and idney troinble fi
-011aR and14 1offr ta1k1!! two botths. cif
oley's Kidney Cure. I feel be-tter ti.ni,
have for twenty vears, although I eom
ow 91 years o:d."
"Oh, just listen to me," flially ex
lilmed Mrs. (liatters, "annoylug you
vith all this talk about Mirs. Nexdore's
liallieful treatillelit of me and all my
1 her trou bleis."
"Not at all. my dear," replied Mrs.
)leepey: "I'm really glad to heitr it."
CUlIFS ALL SKIN T1.0mi'li.E S.
tilihur the Accepted Renedy for a Hun.
Sulphur is one of tihe 1reatest rem,
ics nature ever gave to man. Every'V
hysician know;s tlat it eures -k: n aiii
lood troihlbs. I Itnico'l-' Licinid Sul
liur enables you to ge't the fulI xen'etil
the most coni'venient form. Don't bak.
ulhur tabIh rs or' wo:fers or1' p~wder.
i1)hur ill molat-sses. 11antoi- 'k's liquid
ilplhur is plex.ciant to take and perfect
its action. All druggists sell it.
A well known citixon of Danville, Pa..
rites: "I have had an aggravat- came
f Eczemina for over 25 years. I hav
sed seven 50-ceont hottles of the Lignid
ud one j er of your Hancock't Liild
ulphur Ointment, ",and now I (.-el m
iough I lad a brand new pair of hand
th i cured me and I an oettain it will
are any on0 if they persist. in Isin I
Earcock's Liquid Sulphnr according t.
i.le-tions. "Butler Edgar"
Subdued the Virago.
While Spurgeon was still a boy
reacher he was warned about a cer
min virago and told that she intended
ogive him a tongue lashing. "All
Ight," he repied. "but that's a game
t which two- Can play." Not long
fter as he passed her gate one morn
ig she assailed him with a flood of
He smIled and said, "Yes, thank you,.
am quite well. I hope you are the,
Then came another burst of vitupera-|
Ion pitched in a still higher key, to
rhich he replfed,, still smiling: "Yes.,
t does look rather us If it is going to
rin. I think li had better be getting
"Bless the man!" she exchaimed.
'He's as deaif as a post. Whiat's the
ise of stormIng at him'1 '" anad so her
'avings censed and were ncever aigin
ENDO1RED BY THE COUNTY.
.The popular remnedy in Otse'go onoetv I
Lnd the beat friend of my f.'mily," t
vrites Win, M., Dietz, editor aned pahb
ishier of the Olsego JIourinal, Gilberts.
rille, N. Y.. "Is Dr. King's New Dis-.
sovery. It hora' proved to be an in failli.
)lO cure for cougha and colda, makig(
chor't work of the wvorst of the'-m. \We
iuways keep a bottle in the hou-a. I be1
leve it to be the most valuabih- pre scrip
aions known for Lung anid Tfhroiat di.
Dases." Guaranteed to never d1isa pprnnt
the taker by Pickens Drug Co's Drag
itore. Prico 50c and $1. Trial 'hettle
The Eskimos have enormous alppe
tltes. An are'tie explorer relates that
hie saw a boy eat ten pounds of solid
food and drInk a gallon and a half of
liquid with mnuc'h gusto.
Tils same explorer observed an1 adult
eat ten pounds of meat and two can-'
dies at a ineal.
Sir P. Phlillps tells how a lad of
sev'enteen years ate twenty-foui'
poeunds (If bcee' in twenty-four hours.
WHl1AT' A NI'W1 .J1ERisE EDITOR( SAY'S.
M. T. Lynch, Editor of the Phillips
burg, N. J., Daily Post, wvrites: "I have
used many kinds of medicines for colds
and coughs ii my fiamily l'ut never any
hing so good as Foley's Honey aind Tar
oannot a tono muh ;., favor of it
The Tramp's One Request.
The irate housewife found the trump
stretched out in her new haunock.
"You aise'rable hobo," she snapped,
reaching for the sprinkling can. "you
just wait until mliy husband conies. H-e
%ill bring youl to your senses."
The traup blew at put of smoke at
"Madam." he yawned, "will you do
me one favor'"
"Yes, at favor. Instead of bringing
mne to any selses, kindly reqles:t him
to bring mny senses to tme. I feel so
The Limit of Life
'Tihe m11ost. (ilent Imledical sci-antiefs
ar -t nanimops in the concii 'ilusion that.
th gener-lally e-ptdlimli'ation of hul
mi a lift is mlia y yeatrs holowi shie Itttis
men po:sible with the adtlvaneed knowl
edx of whif Ich the ra o ' now posssd.
The -ritical psriel that determine.4 its
dura on s tms t.O 1 b- twoell 50 and 6ai 0;
tle .roper tar -f t"'* hady (11 ing thi,
tiec tl'- oaintott lit too strongly urged;
cir -|--I8si )then beiing fital to ioIngev,.
ry Natu' betst help..r *'ftor 50 ycirsI
. I4l-vtrio Ili lors, the setii o tonic
ite. iile al3 e1 'it:i liZ - livery orgsta of
Is litly. n r-11b i by tht Pickes
Or)ug Co. Drumggist'.r50v.
Japancse Flower Deccfration.
I' I ha:' Jaia e d limoti of (Iower
di'l:iI at, lo b)'t-I me a1 ma'ster ol'
whi:-a n1it111 must stidyN for at least
ouwis e ars, sevenl ye a's of ha'l
1'1o'k 1a1kinim only fairly profi
cient, onuly few flowers are med.
One b1elit'ul bough is considered
amle asthietic food for. a day. Th
Japanlese know tliat only ote beauti
lul object ait I ti enn he apapre
ciated, and they aim at la)ciIg that
objeet inl perfect relation to its sur
rotndings. A V11a of flowers in I
ialm P house the principaxl
thinlug in the room, near which the
Ahief guest of the evening is seated.
"REGULAIP A THlE SUN"
311 an xpression1 am (1ld am the ra1e.N
lonabt th risiig atd setti' g I f tile suni
is t m1)At regular perf-n'nal.ef in till.
1)I)ivrse, 1unl0.s it is tihe, ation of tI'
iver and howels when regiitubal with
Dr. King's NXw Life P'lls. Garaniiatteed
>y th1e Pickenis Drutg Co. Drnpgists, 25.
Tfhe little anchovy is a fish: of no ]
unarf importance, being very largely
aied in various sauces, besidies the
maaurbers that are preserved in pkkie.
It i eommnaon In the Mediterraina- and
s also found on our coasts. The upperI
law of this fish is longer than- the
ower one. The entire length of the
Ish, in usually from four to five fnehes.
but 1;t ras been seen measuring upwardI
)f seven inches.
WMEDY FOR D1RRhOEA NEVER
]KNOWN TO FAIL.
"I want to say a few words for Cham
wrlaiin's Colic, Ch'lers aud diirrhoes
.tmady. I havo used this preparation
n my fhaimily foortlhe pass five years iad
sive i-commended it to at numnher of
0tlple in York ronnly and have never
(<nown it ti fail to effect a enre in any
uttstanic.. 1 fell that I cannot say -oo
nur-h for te best micline of the" kind
n~ the wrld."--S. Jiamison, Spring
Grov-, Ye-rk county, Paa. Thia remedy
is for sale by thme Pickens Drug Co.
"Alt ttat Is appropriate lan ntme la;
"Krow about a grass widow w#l, bay
A womana worries auntil she gets ask -
es, theta worries because shei lae, them.
f slht takes Hoilisater's Rooxy Moutaia
['ea shte wonld have neithier. Bright,
miling iace follows its use. 35o Tea or
The Caressing Irish Voice..
There Is no0 voice in the w.orkl: whfehm
thlink so1 soft-t-with so much of a coo
nml. caresa in it--as thes Irish. voice.. I
nm not going to be guilty of the- folly
it trying to make out that m~y country
uiten are angels. No, I know they have
utenty of faults. But In the or'dtnar3
uitercourse of life there Is- no, people
rho ha re pleasanter, more courtly and
n~ore engaglug maanners.--T.. P. OyCon
Ior inP- T. O.
)id msaits wonld be scat ee and haird to
Could the'y be made to see. [find,
4 ow grace and beauty is combined
By usinsg Rocky Mountain Tea.
Friend-Can't you give me a tip on
stocks? Broker-Yes, but in considera
:Ion of ouar long friendship I won't.
r'own and Country.
HAD AN AWFUL TIME.
But Chaambaerlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoen Remedy Cured Him.
It is with pleasure thtat I give y'oui
thisa unsolicited testimonial. Abolnt a s
ye ir ago when I lad a caste of the men- at
ties I got caught out int a hatrd rain anad
ithe measles settled in my stomach and
bowels. I hiaid an awfnl time and had
it not been for thec use of Chamberlain's'
Cholera, Colic and Di'srrhaoea Remedy, a
I could not have possibly lived but a few
hours longer, but thanks to tis remedy
I am now strong ansd well. I have writ
ten the above through simple gratitude
and I stll always speak a good wor,l for
1his remedly.-Sam H. Gwin, Concord,
Ga. For sale by Piokenasnrng Co.
A French provincial paper lins
story of a gamnekeeper who, going b
round one night, saw' a poacher an
pursued him,] but lost h111m onI thle h~gI
way in the darkness. Soon at inot
car caime up, un(1 the keeper alccepte
ail offer from the occupants to get I
for the purpose of following the panel
er. ]But nothing could he see, of' th
Culprit, and when the keeper aiske
to be lot down there was 1 himrst C
laughter and an intimationi lie voill
find hilmself in Paris before mornitu
In the twilight the motor stoppedl I
the Place do la Concorde, the keepit
was thrown out, and the party-whiief
of course, included the poacher--daroy
away. The unlucky keepet' had
pawn his gun to pay his train fare bate
For the gooad of thioso 111 ring %il
I1MeIIIa Or othor Sunb ttrolblie I wh
Ray, mlV wife hall 0Oi f
ndferuigthe dootfirs' rein~etdi,, f
'olie time. collCinded to try ('l.1amzni1(.
aIIH Sti Ivo, a11d it provom to be l'ott,
thlan ait thing she haid tried. For sa
by Pickens Drug Co.
Science and Plumbago.
Plumbaingo, popularly black lead, sc
entifically graphite, got its name, saq
the Ironmoiger, from (lie assuiptic
that it contained lead, aind indeed cc
tahi lead ores and oxides have been a
times called pluibago. but EInkel foun
i 1597 that what we now call graphil
yielded 11o lead, and hto Called it sterl
I)pIIIlmbago. Sceliele iln 1780) proved th:
it was an allotropic form of carbon.
Orino Lioxtive Fo uilt.N.1 vinp is No!
itnder' a1 1i Hitiv nam lit('i cE ure (..il
stiatiol, siCk ihe. *h. , sto imat-sh I 1r .
.4,, or 31n1y 1111) of italige.ion. I
alits, the t:- n nfact urers reim d voi
nloney. What ioro can tiny ono do?
A young m11ani was tensing Iluk sw-.
heart's little sIster. "LIly." he sal.
"I don't love you at all."
"Ah, but you must:" said Cie child.
"Anil whyl" asked her tormtentor.
"You mu11.1st love thentt that hte yoi
11nd l'tia sure I haite you'--l'iblado
phIlia Intiu1lver. - - _
"Everybody Should Know"
ays G. C. H. 1s n:41MI- 1n1e.8iine
uni 41' lB1uY, ., . I , aint in-kler,'.s A rn
all i t.- quie . aid -111,-St. ht ealmJ
'a lv ever 41 h to mone, htrt. v
Yound or to t (1ase1 of Pile-. I'v,- we
tan i knwV int Fim inikiiw' abott,
Juaranteed by the Pickee.s Di aig ( c
His Pointed Query..
Hamilton palace was one'of the frs
great houses in Scotland to, use des
iertspoons. A rough country squirt
Uining there for the first ttime, hn
been served between the seconm
:ourse with a sweet disi. coniitaininj
Zream. or jelly. and with it thie servan
mnded him a dessertspoon. The lair(
turned. it round and round lIn hIs. grea
ist and said to the servant:
"What did ye gle me this. for. y4
Iule? Do ye think ma mootl has go
any smaller since Al lappit up am
1hambep3atn's (lait, Cholra and Dil
rhoes itemedy HeMtte v- than
"'rihree years aigo we had( thvee ocotor
riith osr Attle boy and everything the:
touldi do seemed to bea iti vatn. At iaas
vbeni all hope seemed to he gone we h);
gan. usibn Chatmberlain's eoiie' eoler,
ndh Diarwboea Remedy and ia a- foi
now hie begaanito improve. Tiodamy ha
It as healtthy a child jas paarenta ecahb
vial6 for. "--Mrs. B. J. esohntston, Lin
on,. Miss. For asle by Pickens bruj
A nurse unable to, mn-ke- a erytnj
bay a to sleep ranm q~ui-kl'y to. he:
:naster for a book. Hie asked he-r
'What do you want a boolt for?" Sh<
safde. "i often see you. go. to sleep thk
nomient you have a book i your hatnd
I want to put batty to sleej."-Fron
eaulta from ch ron ic constipation, which
s quickly cured by Dr. King's New Lif<
Pills. They remove all poison~ona germi
rom the system tand infuse niew life an.
rigor, oure sour stomach, finuitia, head
che, dizziness and colic, without grip
ng or discomfort. 25e, Guairanteed b:
ekoens Drug Co.
"Justin., here's a bill collector," callc
!ars. Wyss. "All right," replied Mr
Vyss from the library. "Give him at
e can carry away."-LeslIe's Weekly.
This is to certify that aill druggista iii
nthorizedl to refund your money if Fo
By's Honey tandh Tar falsa to enreon
mugh or cold. It stops the cough
eala the lungs and prevents serions to
ults from a cold. Cures la griippeugl
nid prevents pneumnii n a nd cotUlnup
ion. Contains no0 opitites. Ti.he OGent
tieis in a yellow packaige. Rlefusa. sub
titutes'. Parkinsa Phtmrmacy, Liberty
nd Pickens Dru~g Co.
aadge-Ia that writer really fanmous'
eiar'jore-He must 1be. miy (1ear1.1
rrote to hiam for hIs auitograph, and1( he
ieveor senit it.-Puck.
stope che iovtgth and heals lungau
Sore Nipples and Chapped Bands
tre quickly cured by applyIng Chiamberlaha
salvie. 're It. ItI a ..,ce... Pr e 2..: ce...,
You can trust a medicine
tested 60 years! Sixty years
of experlence, think of that!
Experience with Ayer's Sar
saparilla; the original Sarsa
parilla; the Sarsaparilla the
doctors endorse for thin blood,
weak nerves, general debility.
ont ven tils grand l dI itiedicino cannot do
its best work If the liver Is nactiveo aid tMe
bowels conatipated. For the best possible re.
suits wm llontik take laxative (ioses of Ayer-s
or Pill$ 1ivi1ilo taking the Sarsaparlla.
made Iby . 0. Ayoiw Co.. Lowotf!Mas@.
.lso manufaoturora of
y JCIERRY PECTORAL.
We have no sooretsI We publish
the formula* of all our medicines.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Ail 11sns hold"1 sg clai na nnhinht the
sltt of III- laio haiil if. Alexander
o11151st prem-en1 Ihoo sa l ui r 4l11l proveni oil
or b.t Iore. th.--i 5h ib.fy or 6etut nir 1907.
it or wI <It F411 rdmi IN) Iiw; 1n11 till Versons(ifl
iicd1 41 ithI. s-i1 nte. II ,must make
nvnel'.-Ilt m II$Or hlffbeo ihe Iabove date to
d T. J. Mauldin attoriey.
12Si'149U713 Laturfa II Al'xander,
if - - - -
YOU I v-- tO pa-, for HOJ M,\N'S
hil'8 1 ES. and41 t; wha't youl
-i n.e -rd'r ' ll for tihat BirthdiIV
Sr rr y .11 11te r, M- her. Thmbanilid
Wf i~ bii S'st, r Wr le with ilnie
staien jit.. in wld wiii. iii f-xl*a cott.
D. D. JONFS.
Pickens. S C.
A wccyountain Ta Nuggets
A Busy Medicine for BUsy Pole.
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor.
A specifi for Constipa'ion. Tndigestion, Liver
and Kidney troubles. Piiples. Eczemn,. Impur 4
Blood. Bad Breath, SluIgish Dowels, Heudacho
nd Hlackinecie. Its Rocky Mountain Tea In tab
*ct form. is cents a box. Genuine made by
. oiAwrsim DitUo COMPANY. Madison,. Wis,
t 4OLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEDPLE
i STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Colunty of Piokenis.
In Court of Common Pleaa.
III pnrsuaince of a decretal order made
in the following named cano and. ou ie
in the Clerk's office, I will bell to the
Ihighest bidder during the legal hours
for sale at. Pickens Couirt House, 8. fl.,
en Saleaday in October 1907. the fol
lowing decribed real estate upon the
terum berein after mentioned towit
Anna M. Bichey
*Mary A. Bentley and
Frank C. Mauldin.
All t bn certatin piece, paieel er trnet
ot land lying and benig in tke eounty
andl ate niruid~~i. contatining eighty- .
eight and thire. -fouarths (888.) sais more
or lesa, Iymw on both s.dea of, the South
ern Railway and adjacent to. 6h~e pubio
highway leadmng from Eusley, ., C., to
reenvihl*-, 8 C., it being the sameo land
'representisd by plhit miade by j. W.
B rnamn, surveyer, dated February 4th
1887 which plait is recorded in Deed
Book "L" st paze 220 of the records of
Pickens county, 8. ('. whieh plat refer
ence is here made for a more oomplete
T.Ierms-One-half 0cu1h and the balane
on a eredit of twelve monthas. The ered
it portion to be secured by a bond of the
purnhaser and armortgage of the premi
see sold with interest from dsy of sale at
8 per cent on the credit portion with the
piivilege of the purchaser paying all
cash oni day oif sal-. Terms of sale must
be complied with within one hour after
iaale or~ it will be resold on s'ame d ay.
Purchaser to paiy for all papera and
for re ording of samie.
A. . J. BOGGS1 [L. s.]
Clerk of Court.
KILL THE COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNCS
WITH Dr. King's
FOR C8IggAy Te,"0t&,~
AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
OR MONEY REPUNDED.