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AN INGRATE SOLDIER.
I e dowauJt. Aotion Was the Making
of a Nobleman.
IAer is a ftory of the battlefleld.
There- Was iv9r between the Swedes
and the Danes. One day a great bat
4e was frOught, and the Swedes were
%Iaten0ad driven from the field. A
soldier of the Dunes who had been
5ghtl.t: wounded was sitting on the
ground.' Hb- was about to take a drink
frvm a flash. All at once he heard
aftne one say:
"Oi, sir,-gfi- me a drink, for I am
It was.a.-wounded Swede who spoke.
1K wits lyIlg on the ground only a lit
NO way off. Tihe- Dane went to him at
Mone. He kieltidown by the side of his
ftlen foe and tpressed the flask to his
.ts. "Drink,".'ald he, "for thy need is
greater than mifne?'
Mardly had 'hL spoken these words
wfbeu the Swedd raised himself on his
E4LOW. He pulled' a pistol from his
pecket and shot-at'the man who would
E3bte befriended him. The bullet grazed
1111 Dene's' shoulder; but did not do
Um mauch harm.
"A,' you . rascal-!" he- tried. "I was
SPmb to befriend you, and you repay
ow by trying to. kill me. Now I will
biIh you. I would liave glvon you
' the water, but now you shall have
oody half." And with' tirat he drank
ae half of it and then gave the rest to
Wben the king of the Danes heard
about this he sent for the soldier and
Md him tell the story just as it was.
"Why did you spare the life of the
Wwede after he had tried to kill you?"
asked the king. -
"Because. -sir," said 'the soldier, "I
could: neven kill'A wounded enemy."
"Then -,you deserve to - be a noble
asan," said the king.. And he- rewarded
Mm by making him a.knight and gli
lag him a noble title.-"Famnot Stories
Peter had been hastily bidden to
-Wtbby lunt's party. and his mother
was "rounding himin up" in front of the
"Oh. mother," he :said1 "do I. have to
.Weve a whole bath?"
Peter inumbled soimetlihig,: and his
m.other asked him what it was.
"I said were you sure it wasn't just
.Aur idea." replied Peter. "I'i cortain
WRheurd Bobby's mother tell you, over
de telephone that the party wasvery
Once at an important.-funotio> at
Xgriborough House Sir Franels -Knol.
PM came up to the Prince of. Wales'
md remarked. "Some gentlemen ofl:the'
wes wish admission, your royalihgtit
"Oh,"- said, the:..prince, "show. them.
if. It they don't come in at the diWor
kley'll come iniat.-tbe ventiator,"'
't must be fun' - suggestedW tite
Mfeud, "to daily daily. with these shafts
"Net when you're hitabled:- between
"m responded' the' -pra humorist,
w1ik a sickly .smile.'-ILeis.vlille Cou
r Dyer-I don't objett to my wife haw
isi the last word.'
Empee -I wouldrnit if mine would cut
osat, some .of-sthose" before , it.-Smart
Mt.- -- -~
Property'has its duties as well as its
"save you ever been in fail before?"
'*manded the judge.
"Noi your honor, honestly, never!"
"Ot' course you haven't honestly.
Us'w men get there that wsy."-Kan
- pars City Independent.
1 Like All the Rest.
'JR1e Lady-My husband Is particular.
les Wable to seasickness, captain. Could
ms tell him what to do In case of ax
mtaek? Trhe Captain-'Tain'tnce
seem mum,. He'il do it.-Judge
N. Callaway & Co., beg to anl
their entire stock of Millinei
badies' Notions at Cost for
Untrimmed hats, regular pr
i2ntrimmied hats,,.regular pr
All trimmed hats that~soldcl
Ribbonis,. regiular'.price 35,
an4 7 3
Shirt W1.ists, reglar price $
Do notifail to attend this s
ad ending Saturday Dec., I
It Is Not Good For Those Who Have
to Work Hard All Day.
There Is no adequate support for the
Impression that the early morning
hours are in any way more wholesome
or healthy than later periods of the
day. Except In summer time, they are
apt to be damp, foggy, chilly and
among the least desirable hours of
daylight. It Is quite true I hat during
the summer there is a senvw of exhila
ration about being abrond in these
early morning hours, but this evapo
rates with the dew and is apt to be
succeeded by a corresponding depres.
sion and loss of working power later
in the day. I have been observing my
friends and patients for the past twen
ty years in this respect and am In
clined to the opinion that not a little of
the depression and nervousness which
so conimnonly develop in hot weather in
due to excessive exposure to light,
from habits of early .risi4g.- inherited
from agricultural ancestors, not coun
terbalanced by three to four hours'
rest In darkened rooms In the middle
of the day.
Secondly, that the exhilaration. expe
rienced during the early morninkg'iburs
is an expensive luxury, which has to
be paid for later in the day. In fact, I
have found that, as a general rule, to
put It very roughly. the business or
professional man who rises an hour
before 7.30 or 8 o'clock goes to bed or
loses his working power an hour and
a half earlier In the evening. Each In
dividual has In the begfirnrg of his
day about so much working power
stored up in his bruitr an muscle
cells. If lie uses this rip with great
rapidity in the enrly morning hours he
naturully exhnusts his- etcr; the soon
er in tire afternoon or evenfrrg.
It 1 inrgely a mutter of wMheI a =an1
wisree to be at his best. If rfrs oct- i
pation Is of such a churneter thit e
can elenr ofi the brunt of iris work in,
the earry morning hotrs-, then let lkfm
rise early. If. on the other hand, he- s
quires fal vigor nnd reaidrness of mifnd
and body in the latter part of the- dhy
or at nigh-t. theirn he mnst rise later- to.
get it. Eveir in pure muscle worka it ]IV
false economy to work too long hours.. J
NOTICE OF SALE.
I will sell tw the highest bid
der at the late- residence o
John Ferguson,. on Wednesday
the 18th daiy of Drec., 1907 ati
10 oO'clock, a.. s.m about 50oo
bushels of eorn and aboiet
5,oo bundles, of Iodder.
Terms;: Cash on day of safe..
A. J. BOGGSi
Sale for Partition.
On SaleadkLy-iJbnuary, 1O0,. we wilI
sell to the higheat responsible bidder,.'
one hundred and twenty (120)iacres of'
land, known as thre Roomnson Mi tract,.
located in Dacusville township, waters
of Carpent.s'iCreek. Good -nilt on place..
now running. Twvo fine shoots on creek
Seve'ral acres good bottom. 20' to 1)0
acyes in cultivation, balanne well timi.
Terms u&sale. .One-half cash..balanc
in'twelve months with interest from' day
Purchaser to pay for alt papers.
I10. . Sutherland,
J. M. Crenshaw.
Agents for heirs of- Mary A, Sutherland,
NEthofPibaI Settlemet amd Discflarges.
Notice is hereby given that I will
make apptication to J. B. N ewhery Erq.
.Judge' of Probate for Pickens countyjn
the sta te of South ''arolina, on the 7t h
d (ay of .Tanuary 1908, at Ii o'clock in the
forenoon, or as soon thereafter as the'
maidli apilicat Ion can be heard, for leave
to makue final settlement of the estate of
J".ohn B. Sntherland d1eceasIed, arnd ob
Lt"' discharge as executor of aid etate.
5 Dec. 1907t4 D. F. Sutherland,
Eru cul or.
~ounce that they will close out
y, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets and
the next ten days. Look at the
ice $i and $I.25. now 69c.
ice$ 1.25 to $2, now $i1a7.
ormierly at $5 anid $7 now $4.98.
5 and 20C the yard, now 25, k9
1, nlow 75c.
dle beginning Thursday Dee- 5th
4th. We can save you money.
EA & 00.
UTv . C.
At My Home
1 ywill sell m
>t less, 40 acres
acres under wir
Bell and is fine
On th is place is
Large bans, crib
et this is on1e o
Lo 1)b found any)
Also all utex
buggies, 3 2-ho
rake, 1 cutaway.
per, 1-2 interest
;a ndles, 3 Ollive
)elI, plow stocks
c., etc., too nur
Lot of corn,
ocd st ut1s raised
y ars old and WE
mia lile, shee p, he
Let of plow o
uhe taria; the tat
iii one and two i
iipat e paymen
Fow Jurther informa
!otu of Final SettlemubandiDischi
No ie is her,-by gtiven that I
nake application to J. II. New tery E
.ge ol Protbate for P'Ick,-na counity
the slate of Routth fapolina on the
a ot January 1908t, at hit o'eeck
i e.foreoon. uir ast soon, thereafter
.4d apiplicaStion cantI be heard. for he
to mnI( ke-) 14inettlemen tl of the' estatA
(jtpon EII4 doc,sawed, and obtain
ahrg a administatur olf '1nid (estt
5jtecl9W 41 A. Elb,
Ngotice of Final Setibment aud DIscht
Nn,~Ice it, heeby ien that I'
m iak. a.1pplicationf to J. B. New ber) E~
Jnge of Probsit.e for Pickens caunt.
the ttle of ihm)th Carolia, on the
un olf Jantiarty, 1909. at 1i o'ciock
the foretnOOn, or as soon thereaftet
std appiteatio-" canl be heard, for ki
.' imake fin ul ,u..tItment of the estal
Job C Smith, deceaan~d, atnd obtaIn
change as adnistrats of said eat
lotico of Final Settlement and Disohi
Notice is hereby giveni th .t I
make application to .1. B. Newbery 1
Probate Judge' of Pie'na county, tm
state of South ijarolina. on tha 3d de
Januay, L190'. at 11 o'etook i
foreioo. or as sion theurea~fter' as
applintdon can be heard. -for le'ar
muk 1nal settlement of the .sati
J. L. Collina. deweased, and oht aia
chage as administrator of said estal
8t4 A .J. Bogga, C. ' P.
otice oDebtors and Creditor
All persons holding elaia agis
eatie of the late I. I)- HiepenIsi
present the same duly proveu on or
fore the 1i: day of Januarity, 19(t8, c
dubarred paymns; and all peran
debted to sid estate mnat make
trent cn or before the abcve date to
.n-rsin..-3 L. P. STEPHE~NS.
ON DEC. 27, 1907.
on Keowee River, Nc
y Farm containing 44
of fine Keowee River bc
?, 25 acres of which is s<
aasture, 10 acres in fin<
Sin original forest and -
a good 9-room 2-story c
s tool house, buggy s
f the finost equipped a'r
isils used og a arn, co
rse wagons, 1 nowirng
harrow, 1 weeder, 1 st6de
. a McCormick Shredd
4, 3 Planet Jr.Qrdutiva
r Chilled turn plows,. 1
1 complete set of shop
hoes, rakes, picks, for
aerous to mention but a
todder, hay, shredded
L on this place this yea
BARGAINS IN LIVI
work mIules, age f
,ighing forn 800 to IuO
gs aid pigs and seve
geers, saddles and wago
h on all of the above .1
m will be sold tor 1-3
rears, with leave to pur
SWheelwright and W
Makes anything in the Woo
rge Horse Shoeing a S
SShop on Ann Street.
(UNDER SENTINEL-.O JIR
I. am running a first class REST.
~go. the very best trade.
MEALS AT ALL H-OUR
,~~Everythinig in Season that the Marke
.Fish and Oystei
-Also, handle Canned Goods,
n., Coffee. Candies, Bananas, Oranges
-~Soft Drinks, Cigars, Smoking and Ch
t t o Your patronage respectfully sc
aI~accorded to all.
FishandOysters for sale Fridays anc
ar Old Pick
3 acres, more
)ttom lan d, 40
>dded to Tom
E state of cul
hed, etc. In
id best farm.s
nsisting of 2
Y machine, I
k food chop
tors, 4 grain
tools, 1. 1arm1
leed, aid all
roi-m 4 to t
0 ibs. Lot of
ral stands - of
chaser to an
d and iron line~
Pickenr,. S. C,
S5S E N.
\URAN l' and' cater to
s Fridays and Saiturdnys,
Fancy Groceries, Sugar.
,A pples, Sundries and
licitedi. Polite atuentiary