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A Boll Riacon Towh
A well known touiit of .OD 'karld
has Stated 118 his c inion, 'i)0m. .t cerne
is the ult 1ell 1icr to"'t hi Europe.
le had crtn, ed!A. Vetr lbcea to
Schwyss. To be:; - the eeuntless
cattle that liass tb1hMh the Stre.; in
tho rtamilnur-Y . 'the mornla;; oil
1Ieh' Way to f em t'. upla:0 pan
Amti th'r:, av. Nve'. Jbe:lu t.:. A 14:_'
peal (Ihey ;PitL 1.11 CmbtII, but fle'.o
of 'cl d:lrlg eitier neuer otd"Jet
cr hi .N' lo:-L here. The '.: ::
r::thf!* lqfke twou satli 1y-,y'-, kngri
aro .t'iily viil.o--::n iOn:rg n ri
- ; air gatl-througjlii' eh ite op'n
dd.r of the churc4 , towe:', the
- "'ma produc'ed bel!in.g1 h:MiUt:I j
f n A s the i e of n -<Vle;k - *-nga2
1 101 lay The efnm la
4t 4:31 -. in. and vcnt-1:ns 1Ill I arly
'servlce a t . a'u. it th(.ls I. I:; aura er
which 1.4 every uhr '- :r so -there
will be a:itither'i :1n Aourst (f mel
ody frot (i t . 1 1 n1in1 tit, reuminder
of the day te till-i la Vlrlil aid
persiseit. .t it :Iacks the irritatiV
power of th'e eafat- 'taorning exercises.
Sooner or later ilhiblic opinion will be
aroused. Thas 'Woys will be dragged
from th;6t' qc). figuratively if not
literally,, :ftId paWe and (juiet will reign
in the 4PdIfMoU4 capital of the cou
fedewicy.-Illack wood's M agazine.
Wolves of the Sen.
: %h the inhabitants of the ocean
VeW A'e more destructive thai the sea
Wff. :a kind of dolphin which attains
Vhen full grown a length of fourteen
VOdt and a -weight of 3,000.-ounds.
-A -swift swiminer. It Is quick 1 -Its
Imovements. cunning as a fox and has
:%mn insatiable appetite. It feeds ob the
r.oung of real, whale and .w;!,rus -tnd
also on the tongue of the adult Wvliale.
When a mother walrus perceives a
sea wolf, she endeavors to th'tOW !her
cub on to an Iceberg If one Its Ua1ar.
Falling this, she gets It on top ,tf her
-head and swims with it abOVe *ater.
rBut this is vain, Diving far belbiv, the
4Ith of prey coMO)A up with freflfendous
otrc, striking the frantc Wiather a
terrific blow wid jolting tfib 'tub off
3er head into the water. 'Here t la-us
an easy vitit Vb the ssaidift l'A! is
In its Wotik 'df 'deti'ctidh the sea
:wolf Is ft 4Udftivyf idel by lllft thrash
:er, a fidh KihlIdh 6itt 'dbi!te- -a terrible
bow wth lts 'til.
Mfark tWdIlh 'told Ibd.Vv he got some
thing :fd-'tibthig'oib'day in the early
sixties Whenli'iibbadd the money. He
walk,d'tIitbrahotAdl 'and was petting a
straftgo'i6'g. 'Gleteral Nelson A. Miles,
who-dhd16etide bb present, offered him
"'Th 'be'frAek," said the humorist to
IGenO'll 'idles, "I haven't really got
* i;by riflitttosell you this animal, but if
.'Ydlu''gift me $3 you may take the pup
4iiy, whL-n I'm not looking, and I'll
zdit'tell "who took it."
'The bargain was closed, and General
- iidsatook the dog to his room. A mto
'hVent 'later the dog's owner inquired
!foritiis pet, and Mark Twain offe'red to
iinii the animial for $3. The humorint
'then went to General Miles' room and
explained all, had the (dog returned to
-him. gave the army oficeer hack his
tmoney and returned the canine to its
original owner, thereby making $3.
How to Get Poor Quick.
Do not try to save your klose change.
- It is too small an amount to put i the
savings bank. It would not amhoit to
much anyway, and there is great comn
fort in spending it. Just wait until lyett
get sufficient worth while before you
Do not try to economize. It is an 'in
fernal nuisance to always try to save
a few cents here and there. Besides,
you will get -th'e reputation of :being
mean and stingy. You want everybody
to think you 'are gehierous.
Just look out for today. Have a good
* time as you go along. Just use .your
money yourself'. Don't deprive your'
self' for the sake of laying uy some
thin;g for other people to fight over.
Besides, you aire sure of today. You
migh tnot he tilive tom orrowv.-Suiccess
Helping the Pontotfilo.
In ai hti'ory of the great advance ir,
* ~I owlan d 11!! I 3 gI ven thh I; aucedote:
.\mb lleside c ae o'e <hay a well to do
man i to buy ai amip to p'ut on thie let
ter l:e w::: a aout toI p ot. "Is this new
reormt ;:-aiw. to i:I ?" lie :o~d t he
lmn.C masteri. "('e:-iahi:!y ." wvas the ro
1)ly. "it bi <i:ia; e:-Madhilibet!." "Oh,
wvell. then.'" said t he r';an, re.nn!ved to:
* g~ive the thm ig onerous suppr rt, "give
me1 three sitamrp:!"
Hs tDachelor's Derea.
"'I'mi 11o happ::p."'o aidi Mris. Ol) deastle.
"My non in; to get Is bachu-ielori 'sdgree
"Is lhe?" treplieo3 her hiostess. "WXel.
I can'mt blameri you for feelin' us you (de
ab ou t it. I never thought much of t hat
snippy WVilson gIrl lhe's been goin
with. H~ow t~lid you get the tmatl
broke off?2"-bthicado RlocordtHerald.
A planter in Honduras las a right t(
regijjer hijmjelf diftY inhorers
I haV4 '*lnged in itT.VWrd Kip-'
11ng'; cV4 'it t B13r.attl % 'I. r
he dern''%d0k AmrlWd X'l
Esaw 111hisw.14 Pt,.. ,
abehi a re.ve';: h i Li-;mi
Suily hd uli:i2 .1h134 IeI
a s I was s NR to. for I was tljoy.
. "::'eat flvilege ihat w
to :1 hi' e ..I but hlis w.:'e. lie w 'ild1
wrteuo'n" rw::iet, perhajaps for. tell (A.
fiteen .1i teis at a thie. It, htuv I
wrid ;.; verrFes hie would hIII n'
to hi::1Svelf :n ::ir Which .p rUha
IA ke.pt the rhythlt.a 11. hls 401iad.
tVih9:A V.;-ling 11r-9800, he was sue4it. but
oflt:l he would lay :;win ri.Is pei.
whlirl ro .l I la Is 'ch:1-h 'a1i ebi at for
awhile. I1 1lght 41e somSe.1thing relat
lag to tl:e stibject 'he wills treataing or
1, ':ir no rehatin to ft. 'tddenly lie
would Wheel Indok !giti'. aaid his p n
,V1oti fairly 1ly over ulie. aier. lie
val easily Vo:1edn'hite his thoughts
and 1s easily de<euNt front cloud atd
to tle colionphlwe 'of the day. though
in its mind atiad tut his lIps notinnfg i..
ever cOnlian'litltce. Soine of his Ioemus
lhe has Wrltten when speeding it it
Pullman 'oft' 11t the rate of sixty miles
anuhOFt ide Monthly.
Wh IMs Zhot With Water.
Sh-ootilk *a humming bird with the
nma1ledt 'brd shot maide is out of the
*f'let'fkjd. ttor the tiniest seeds of lead
W6u'la reotroy his coat. The only way
Yh N'4idh the bird can be captured for
-dmier al purposes is to shoot him
tiih : 'drop of water from a blowgaua
'01 :t 'fine jet from a small syringe.
Blidf lRIlIy directed, the water stuns
D. Hie fulls into a silken net and
'etre be recovers consciousness is
%buopended over a cyanide jar. This
nAst be done quickly, for if he comes
Io his senses before the cyanide whiff
'snuffs out his life be Is sure to ruin
this pluanqq in his stru'ggles to escape.
Iu!imltnig birds yary in size from spec
linens perhaps half as large as a spar
row to those scarcely bigger than n
bee. The quickest eye rannot follow
thein in full fight. It Is only when,
thibugh still flying furiously. they are
rftctically motionless over flowers
that the best marksman can b-ing
them to earth,-New York Press.
The Feeding of Dogs.
"No dog kept indoors and Indeed
very few outside- should be fed on
meat nor should he be- ted from the
table at mealtimes, as he will soon
become a nuisance, esvecially when
there are visitors. If he ts always fed:
at the conclusion of a 'certain meal
dinner, for lnstance-Ue \will wait pd
tiently until the presibed time. It 'I
a good plan to feed aftr one's middiy.
meal, giving pIeli ''f green vegeta
bles, bread and ifefitoes. with a -0ei1
few scraps of 'Tmfely cut ment. the4
whole well tolieft and some gra
poured over 11t. 01f 1two meals are'gi'vn I
one should Ibe 'Lt breakfas t tin'fo ditit
one in the 'ming. One should'-eth
sist of oly in fittle oatmeal anki IUt1i
or a pleor'df ;dry dog biscuit.
"At we ttiinie should the _,dt 1bave
more 'bain the wfil 'eat, and (f'hik enxvos
anytiftng 'on ihis:plate excepit t'he pat
tern 'lis :#llowain.e 'ranukd be 'reduced
or a 'amen' -omited.' -aauih.ida Life.
If it 'were innslle' to' Oomaplle snh
data it wotil 'hae:tronnely interesting
to know 'to Whdit ektent' women have
influenced -the 'uth~idrais axnd equip
ment -dif 'theirfflwiAliig '#thfes. A little
instarnce iu 'poljit hi : e steel curb
shoulder strap' of'6A1' British cavalry.
When Sir 'eoofle' Luck was setting
out 'for .Nandahar" during the Afghan
operations 'Lady' lChek.knowing. iirob
ably'somefinhyg o' the ilghting methods
of 'the :ta'ibesmcn,'whogo four foot knife
can cult 'eern 'from shoulder to belt.
sewed :a coupile .of' steel curb chains
under each of the slioulder straps on'
her 'lhu.band's tunic. .as a protectIon
fromn sword cuts the~se proved1 so ef
fective that at the end of~tlie campaign
She--George niade a report in relation
thereto, with the result that they were
adopted~ as. a permanent feature of the
cavalr'y unuiformn.-Hlarper's WVeekly.
PICKEXM, SOUTH'l C'A-ROLJNA.
M. C. LONG,
OYer Postolllce, Alder80In, S. C,
Pratc!to In l Ccrts In 80uuth Cdrcl a
Niotice of Final Settlement and Dischiarge.
I will oply to J. IP. Nmhbery. Prob
b-ato Judige for Pickenas doumyf, on the
13i h day of Fe tbruary, 1908, for a final
settlement with my ward, Orr Sanders,
and as~k to be dismissed s guardian.
Wh I.ile in P ic ke
fice aid have
The pt'*eniums t
each township ai
Pikkens Drug C
All the Pre
P*Ay your dollar
We will also give a scho
Business University, of
number of votes for this
Exhibit in our Baby Sho
Babies. N. D). Taylor, 1
pictures. If j'ou have pi
Thee ae ncetry f
....Subscribers and no~
the age limit is restricte<
Write to ydu~r friends
per, of the baby show.
D I. rthoores here
A lot of UIfe.~I uv i i uptand11(
'T I A' A FACT.
sad. but li-g to, tell myh st (fry v
batlevba'ige through~.*~ t hi a
A NOI fil ,~ FACT.
I sm in Id m nutw, fBd~Jor lie
L'orkii and11 ME-l . L I la he apLL
w al t iiy of th -. nut do '
.+LU l l( i now wh-> - . i l want t
me. ert there o enJ.g 11.M
I1 ivil buy hi :,feor d;l rie
htu:in h4 ; . c~~i2ili utic.t4
see ho~PwQ'Jju itu i ) , h touwb
'3rtJ. D. M(
housera~lopcontan ing ni
angjemeefles i jje ow
Ad Good Naturc
test is creating a mighty heei
and1(1 good-natuired rivalry.
s don't fail to call at TinH, S
his proposition explained in
a Picture of th
o be given to the most poF
-e now on display in the sli
0's. Store, ttnd are beautiful
miums are Beauties. Take a
on subscription and cast .
favorites -i the above ont<
larship in a firsvclass Business'Cok ge (1
Atlanta, Ga. 'to the person-rAle or f
w.. Ha~ndso~me Suvenir Premitsms will
hotographer, will be in his Studio in Pici
o photo -df -ydu'r'baby this is your chance
arges of 'any kind, in the Baby Sho'
scribers .ali:ke. Just send picture of
I tQ inder g'years old, and the pictures a:
at a dista~nce, and tell your friends at hor
1, il entri e mulst be in this office~ on mo
dollar paidfriyou g(
*One Sales Comgany writes me
ri for oc in TEN I)AYS at a prof
'w everie a stock for TEN DAYS
x world. -TWO WH(
On FEB3RUARY 1st wec will pu1
ntand continue it to FEBRUARY1
sale ourselves an<; guarantee to
lil lcent.- on all goods bought at our's
* o cent Aron Ginghams nc
7 cent-Calicoe.s now 5 cent
I. I uy 12% cent Outings now 9 c
I, (ila- 2 cent Bleachingow Io
o;A fewv Cloaks; to dispose ol
or yre.All WVOOL GOODS will
SHOES will also get a det
)ony. This will be a SPOTL CASH- sal
- ----say about cutting~ prices.
obib- Conie and let us shgv! you the 1
'Doll. ~ tEd
p of Fun, Interest
all of its details
are going to give -away
ime mail carrier in the:
y. It is now on exhibi0
n the show room of the-.
I. Bruce - Morrow Co's..
Go see what a beauty
e giving away. -It is ful
aranteed in every way byr
nakers and the H.-B.-M.,
vill put a written personat
mtee on it also.
ular young lady ina
)w windoWs of thi
and costly sets
Peep at Them
00 votes for yout
lhe Southern Shorthand and
nale.....receiving the largest
be Given to the, Pretties
:ens, every Saturdiy to take
to get some made.
v. It is open to the w~orl'
baby, that is all, Except tha
re the property of this offic
te, who do not take t1haps
rnalg of January 3oth, 19eJ
it 200 votes
that they can 'sell my stoc
t. Another Sales Compar
at a gre at sacrifice.
on a RED)UCTION SAL
5th. We will conduct tl
gave you'ff-omn 15 to 25 p
:$12-50 Cloak for $i8,
L)e cut deeMp.
p cu~t. -
e aiid we mean just what
argain~s we offer-,