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THURSDAY, JANUARY 10 1908.
Four minutes and 291 secondR I
man's record for staying under water
Says the Washington Star: "Wj
men who write shocking books muu
not expect to be received in polit
society." No, it is quite enougl
that they receive large revenues frt at
those books sold in that society
European military engineers are
working on a form of automobile tc
Thomas A. Edison recently said
this at a public dinnej: "An Atri
can loves his family. If he hasE
any love left over foi- some other'per
son be generally slects Mark Twain.
Bakers of Pmp'ii made theil
bread circular and Ilat, a.s ppear
from loaves found j.tbe ruin@,
For eight years past Represen.a
tive Lamb, of lIichmond, (V1a.) -d a
triot, has been unavailingly asking
coigress to place a suitable .mn)1
ment over the grave of Presideti
According to a Japanese newsp
per, 700 frogs were . killed recently
and 2 000 wounded in a battle uoUt
t bemselvyes. ..
Thero iR now in use on 'the Unior
-Pacific Railway a motor weed-bidrne
which, with its crew of three mel
does the 'work of 300. The machi,.
is propelled usually at the rate o
three miles an hour, and it detroy
from twenty to forty fire miles o
weeds a day.
According to the most reliable re
ports, there are 262,000 Sunda
schools in the world, with a tota
enrollment of 26,000,000 pupils.
In the United States 100 inhabil
ante cultivate 290 acres of land, whiili
in England the proportion is. 80(
acrea to the 100 inhabitants.
Korea promises to bMcome a greml
cotton country when it is properly 'de
veloped. It is estimated that the
is enough good cotton Isaat
there to raise 130,000,000 pounds a
ginned cotton a year.
It is said that the red headed and
dimpled widows of Texas are ex
celled in beauty only by the red
headed and dimpled widowlings o!
the same state.
One night last week a negro en
tered the rosm of a white girl i:
Chicago, brutally choked her ani
was only prevented from comnmittinj
any further crime by the barking,)
a dog. When he was takes~ befori
Municlpal Judge Scovell at the Mas
-well street court the next day he wa
Rmmlediately rwleased upon the ple
that he was intoxicated at the timne
the court holding that he was not re
eponsible for his action. It is upo
such meat as this that the mob sphi
feed.--[News and Courier,
Anthracite coal shipments over th
variu coal field. in Juhe amounte
to 45,944,000 tons, an increase con
pared wIth June last year of 208,001
Dr. Aked, of Athens, Ga, seems I
be a good collector, when he can bol
up a congregation and make t
member's disgorge several thousan
dollars at a sitting, Somne of t'
members in other places m~ight tal
lessons from him in the most effleie
method of enforcing collections,
Cooper Explains Re
Average of I
During L. T. Cooper's recont sta3
In Boston, it is estimated that sixty
five thousand people talked with hin
and purchased his medicine. Thk
is an average of over two thqusand c
His success was so phenomenal aE
to cause universal comment ..both b
the public and the press. There must
be a reason for this. Here is the
reason given in his own words by Mr.
Cooper when interviewed on the,--sub.
ject. He said:
"The immense numbers of people
who are calling on me incre in.-Boston
is not unusual. I have had the same
experience for the past tw& fears
wherever I have gone. The reason is
a simple one. It is because mY medi
cine puts the stomach in q.94 condi
tion. This does not soun unusual.
but it is In fact the key to health. The
stomach is the very foundation of
life. I attribute 90 pol' cent, of
all sickness directly to the stomach.
"Neither animals nor men can re.
-ain well with a poor digehtive appa.
ratus. Few can be sick with a diges
tion in perfect condition. . a matter
of fact, most men and woken' today
are half-sick. It is because too mucbh
food and .too little exercise have grad
ually forced the stomach into a half
sick condition.. My medicine gets the
stomach back where It was,. and that
Is all thalt Is necessary." ..
Among Boston people w who- ae
stauncl believers nIi '11r. tooper's
theory, IsAli. rank D; Brwn,-of '71
Women in .1-adatasc.a 41f i
shawle as .ithe.- old Ro"fo eunuators
did tih(ir togae. . Ttle 'Roias..custom
was to wear the tog ida .d~Ir
the, ! . ojy and .uC!os8 one flidnr,
leaving the other one uncovered.
01ue .I undrid ye a' egtahe Wept,
Iidies snipplied. ib aut, .,ne-alidf cif
the world's fugar, but the iodustry
is on the decline. 'The world'+cinr. p
of beet sugar is now about 6,800;C00
'Ibb-drupgi.ts'f Wifiield, Knsap,
have agreed ,that ill drug stores,
except one, shall be c!osod on Sun
day, and each druggist shall have a
turn in keeping open.
In St. Lmuis, 14.385 habieR ,were
f born last year. A proporlionately
large number of intelligent young
persons were born in Boston, but tno
babies, says the News and Courier.
No doubt Stuy'estant Fish is right
in sayiig 'that the rich are "etting
bell'-' now, but the poor, aptly.sayb
the ChrILeston _ st, have beeI *at
least sin elling it for a good.fvbile:
-,A number of statesner, 496 have
hbe'e riding op pasves fo~rYojyee
4ever paid asny fare at all a.O~til~iaat
yar.. An~d shut tha'th no4 llz
begap. to.p~n ase tlley raised th.eir.
salaries 50 per oent.
*The-Baltimore Sun BayP: -"What
this country beis is corkscrewel''
We beg to differ from our contempo
-rary. Our part of the cotry needs
something to occupy idle corkeer~ews
The fact that many men are occu
pied in making clothes for one individ
n is the cause of there being many
people without clothes.-Monteequieu.
-Rapid changes of
on the toughest coni
The conductor pat
Inside of a trolley car
i of the platform-the 4
, hour or so ia a heat
"walking against a bi
.difficulty of avoiding
o body so that It can
a danger of cold from ei
a It 'help you to i
4A LDtUO T6
IQU SAND '
NITORS A DAY
Eson for Remarkable
Bloomingdale street, Chelsea, Mass.
- He says:
"For five years I have sought re
Ilief for indigestion, stomach trouble
and dyspepsia, spending nearly all my
wages with doctors and obtaining no
results. I had dull pains across my
back,. radiating to the shoalders. I
had splitting headaches, which nothing
aeemod to cure. There was a gnawing
and rumbling in my stomach and
bowels. I was troubled with vertigo
and dizziness, and at times almost
overcome by drowsiness.
"I felt tired and worn out all the
time, my sleep was not refreshing,
and I would get up in the morning
feeling as weary as when I went to
bed. My appetite was variable-raven
Ous at times, then again nauseated at
the sight of food. Sometimes my face
was pale, at other times flushed. I
was constipated and bilious, and had
catarrhal affection in nose and throat,
which caused me to hawk and spit
a great deal, especially in the morning.
I hear. so much of the Copper. reme
dies that rdecided to try them. After
taking one bottle, a tapeworm 50 .feet
long passed from my system. I felt
better almost immediately. All- my
troubles disappeared as if by magic,
and my improvement was rapid. I
now feel entirely 1.ap.4 can honest
ly Xec mmeqd..Mr. Cooper's medicine
td any6hia1'nei6'suffers as I did."
; We- sell t06e .Cooper .medicines. ..
which give universal. satista tgn
e'Tommny. did ,vou give yotur. brother
tbehst 'snt of thpngrd,'nsI t.. dl
e!t ?'*v . v*A
. 'Yesunm In oe ilin the seeds. Ile
call* gant thn uild have a whole or
TIME TABLE NO 7
SupersedesTim'rie Tab' No 6
Effective March 1) 1907
Re td Down Read U3p
No 9 No I1 STATIONS No 10 No 1'
Mixed Mixed ..Mixed Wfixed
6:0S am 11:30 ani lv Pickeiis ar R:30amr 5:05 pm
6:5- am ' - 35 am . Ferguson 8:25,am 5:10 pm
7:05 a 11:-15 I m 'Iar96n's 8:1ati n4:50 p in
7: 10 am I 1:50 am *A rIali'm 8: 10ain 4:45 pmJ
7:15 amt 11:55 am *Mauldin K:05amn 4.40 pm
7:20 am 12:00 in ar E.-.Aey iv 8:0aM 4:35 pn
*Flag Stations ~
All trains daily except Sunday
No 9 conntects with Southern Rnilway No 42
No 10 cinnects with Sodthern Railway No 12
No. I I connects with Southern Railway No 20
' No 12 coiinects with Southern Railway No 11
W-For any inforiatiotl app'y to
J T -TAYLOR Gen Manager
CHARILESTOX & WESTERN CAROLIN4
Ar Ivat aMi~ Depasrture bf-Trains, Green
viile. S. C. Effective April 14,. 190061
6 irARTUnIls 'd.
3:30a mn, No. 48''iily Ex'tept Sunday, for Lau
rens and interniediate stations,. arrive at
Laurens 9:00nai -- ' - ..
12:15 pmi, No. 58 daliy.4r Dataren Clinton
.N wberry, Colu'mia Sumtet and Charles
ton connecting t'l.Sumnpter wtith A. C. L.,
Tr'alut No. -82 fi Richmond,. .Washington
*ajad eastern cities, and at Laurefia with C. &
W.. (f. Train No. I for Spartanburgaudj
.train. No 2 for Greppwood, Augusta, etc.
Arrive 'Liiurens 1:85 - p mn Clinto~n
-j : p mn'N ewh'rty 3.1e p. mn, Colniba 4:45
. ter.:20 p , Charleston 9:40, Spartan.
.burg 8:80 pbGreenwood 2:46 pm, p m ,
Augusta 1*1p. mn..- -
4:40 -p mn, No. 86 Daily except Sunday. for Lau
rens aned interindate stations. Krrive at -
Lawrens 6:40.. . -VAL
10:20 a mn, No. 87. daily except Sunday froa.
Lanurens and latermediate stations.
.00 p m, No. 895, daily except Sunday, from
Laurenuand intermediate stations.j
8:21 ~a m, No. 52, daily from Charleston Surater,
Columbia; New berry, ClInton, Saurtanbnrg,
Augusta, Greenwood Laurens etc..
Trains h.o. 52 and 1,8 run ,through' between
Charleston without ehange.
J. W. Ligon, A gt. Geo. T. Uryan Gen. Agt.
Ernest Williams, 0. P.- A.
Rt. M. Birand. Traf. Man. Augusta Ga.
temperature are hard
icing front the heated
to the icy temperature
anvasser spending an
ed building and then'
ting wind-know the
s/on strengthens the n
better withstand the 0
anges of temperature.
woid taking cold,
S00. AND 63.OO.
Thinks Much of Our Sc
It gives me great pleasur,
arships which you offer froi
I was fortunate to secure
and studied bookneeping b
H. L. Bridges. I am now
High Company, one of the
in the South.' My work is
salary. I think any young
spending their time wisely i
the scholarships which you (
' Wishing you much succe
the scholarship which you g
W: J. BOir. Ph. o. E
-I . A...Bruce
interest*in our stoc
* serve hIR hiany fiiei
We ni'preblate th
. - given us by our fric
neid we Pssure y ou tl
every effort in the il
i* iiioe of (lie'ean
H. At. R]
~an run through
>r climb over an
This is the season of the year a
r 'lopcoat, or a heavy weight
aore comfortable than a doctor
n the temper and more conduq
Owing to the stringency of the
ig our vast stock at greatly red
hola; ship Propositions.
rA, A.' 28th Nov. 1907.
a to recommend the schol
n time to time in Atlanta
one of your scholarshlips,
ere in Atlanta under Prof.
a bookkeeper for J. M.
largest dry goods houses *
pleasant, and I get a good #
man, or woman, would be 0
n trying to secure one of
:ss, and thanking you for 0
ave me, I am
LE.A BA.LENTINE. 0
W-A $ ARUCE. -
Mis bouglit a half
k and is with us to ;
e liberal patronafge
nda n'nd - e(st'rmd
intiU P~iut fravh'
ituro to merit a con
s. ks. c.,
ND .COUNTRY PRODUCE,
it, crawl under
d break it,. 4
vhen you need an Overcoat
Suit, and it is cheaper and
or drug bill and less. wearing
ye of cheerfulness.
money market we are offer