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eeTheLUtheran Synod meet
*soek at Lexington.
R kHill is erecting a nev
c'a -nIt will contain 16 cells
Some fine hogs, were. showi
ti Cheroke& county's Lie Stool
s ow at Gaffney last week.
-Dii sn'Engineer Jonesof th
South&/ Western, writes th
railroad cmmision that hi
N iadiill br6teady for final in
r an0 d regular operatio
todB tinburg in a few days.
W. .Jordan, a Greenvilll
conjiract for buiding a hands6m<
new hotel in Fountain Inn
Ork on this~uildiligtill star
soon. The cost of this hotel i
saidto be estinated at betweei
$20000 and 30,000.
Co.roner J. M. Stevens o
Greenwood 'county, who wa
lected to his office in the prima
ry of 1908 was found dead in hi
bed last. Thursday morning
Heart failure is snpposedto hav
been the cause of his death
Mr. StevexIs had been troubkl
with. heart' disease for som
Logan Berry was struel/by
Coast Line. train at Newberr
on Thursday and instantly kill
ed. He and Joe Lawrence wer
w-lking downthe track betwee:
Prosperity and Newberry whe
struck. Lawrence was knocke
off, ibut not injured. Lawrenc
- says .Berry claimed to-be frox
Croup is .most prevalent. during tI
dry cold weather of the early wintA
months. Parents of young ,childre
should be prepaied for it. All 'thaz
needed is a bottle of Chamberlain
Cough Remedy. Many mothers ai
never without it in.theirhgmes and
has never disappointed them. 'Sold t
The corner stone of the ne3
St. Paul's Methodist church
which is being built at the it
tersection 6f Pendleton an
Anderson street, in Greer
ville. #ill be laid on Thanksgis~
ing Day in the afternoon;b:
Re*e S. R.. Belk; of 'Atlants
Thiese arrangqment hgve bee:
made' within, the lastfew day
by the members of the church
The building is-rapidly rogress
ing'and will cost about $16,00X
-The pi'esent pastor, Rev. R. I
Hol~oyd, has been with th<
church since the incipiency o
the new building and will be il
charge when it is completed
Many school children suffer fror
-constipation, which is often the caus
of seemingestupidity at lessons. Chair
berlain's Stomach and Liver,Tablets ar
an ideal medicine to give aW child. fc
they are mild and gentle in their effeci
and will cure even chronic constipatio
Sold by all Dealers.
In-1entencing a negro to lif
imprisonment for murder a
Bamberg, Judge Ga~ge remarket
on the increase of crime amion;
theanegroes in that county. H
said the causes were whiske3
K pistols and women in almos
F every case. That while nian:
wilite men-went armed, mos
f all ofhhe negroes carried pistols
which was al fearful conditior
Touble adanloer Suspest il
How To Ptna Out.
S Finlabottleor common glass with you
water and let it stand twenty-ourhour
9 stringy ormik
..-pass it or paini,
the back are also tosthat tell yoi
the kidneys and b 'd rare out of orde
What To Do.
Siere is comfort in the knowledge s<
o ftena expressed, that Dr. Kilmer'
Swap-R~tthe great kidney remedy
ii'shalost every wishi in correcting
rheU3natism, pain in the back, kidney:
S passage." Carrects' biitthold wate
andsacalding pain sin g it, or bal
effects fonlowmng use oflquor-, wine o
anr~Rd overcomes that unpleasant ne
ofompeingdto go oftea
Urghthe day, and to get up manr
-~sn~drigthe niht The mnld and
jnnediate effect ofSwamp-Root i
sodna realsed It stands the highest be
~es. If yonned
-- you should
Hilbert Henery, one of the
negro prisoners .that escaped
fro&i the Greenville jail two
weeks ago, has been captured.
The capture of Henery makes
the fourth one apprehended since
the escape. McCullough was
captured a few minutes after
3 the delivery, and John Cuffie
3 anA Oscar Johnson was captur
5 ed last Friday. Henery was
- convicted in the last term of the
i general sessions court on a
charge of forging a note for for
rev. T. W. Sloan, pastor of the
-First Presbyterian church of
Greenville, preached a sensa
tional sermon Sunday for allow
s ing gambling and vice to exist
i in the city.
The largest seizure of contra
E band liquor in the history of
3 Charleston county, was made
- Monday morning by Chief Bate
s man and his squadof dispensary
constables ten miles north of the
city on the Ashley river, when
six hundred gall6ns of high
grade whiskey, valued at about
e $1,500, were captured in two
wagons and several store houses.
* When cold becomes settled in the
- system, it will take several days' treat
e ment to cure it, and the beet remedy to
use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will cure quicker than any other, and
1 also leaves the system in a natural and
healthy condition, Sold by all Dealers
a Mary Gaillard, - colored, five
years old, was accidentally' shot
and -killed by Abram Porcher,
coloied, 14 years old, in Charles
ton. The boy was sitting in a
is chair examining a shot gun
a when it was accidentally dis
Y Fire broke out in Gregory
Brothers' store in Rock Hill Sun
i day morning about 4 o'clock and
completely gutted the establish
-ment before being subdued. The
SNew York Ten-Cent Store next
door is damaged by smoke and
water, as is Davis's store on the
1Lame hack comes on suddenly and is
extremnely painful. It ik caused by
S rheumatism of the muscles. Quick re
-lief is afforded by applying Chamber
I ain's Liniment. Sold by all Dealers.
Gaffney Ledger: "Among
a the numerous singular exhibits
f at the stock.show Saturday, was
i a palf owned by Mr. Eugene
.Black, only four months old,
that will be giving milk before
e it is twelve months .old. The
calf is a Jersey and is being rais
eed byr Mr. Black on his farm
r a few miles from Gaffney.
SMr. E. R. Cash's pig, which
took first prize was five months
old and weighed 244 pounds.
e Mr. 0. B. Turner exhibited a pig
t four months old which weighed
1100 pounds. The exhibit was
Shighly creditable, and the people
s of the county are determined to
'have the show on a much larger
Sscale next year, as everybody
Swas delighted with the exhibits.
,The old, old story, told time without
.number,...and repeated over and over
again for the last386 fears, but it is a'
ways-a welconre story-to those in search
of health-There is nothing in the world
that cures coughs and colds as quickly
,as Chambeylain's Cough Remedy. Sold
by all Dealers.
The engineers have already
staked off the ground for the
rAlice rpills at Easley and the
Sbooks are now open for subscrip
tions. Mr. E. H. Shanklin is at
the head of the newr mill. He
is at present superint ndent of
the Easley mills but will resign
about the first of December.
Now and again you see two womien ps
inlg down the street who look Like uister
r You are astonished to learn that they al
mother and daughiter, and you realize th
ra woman at forty or forty-five ought~ to
. at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it s
The general health of woman is so 's
~, timately associatedewith the local heali
of the essentially feminine organs th:
there can be no red cheeks and rouw
- form where there is female weakness.
Women who have suffered from
Ithis trouble have found prompt
re~et and cure in the use of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. I
organs of womanhood. It clears
eyes and reddensathe cheeks.
- ~No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is
1.Any sick woman may consultDrP
.- sacredly confidential, and
The 39&d You Have Always I
in use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations
Experiments that trifle wit]
Infants and Cbildren-Expe
What is C
Castoria Is a harmless sub
goric, Drops and Soothing
contains neither Opium, M
substance. Its age Is its gn
and anlays Feverishness. It
Colic. , It relieves Teething
and Flatulency. It assian
Stomach and Boweis, givin
The, K4You Ha
In Use For 0
WEK CENTUR @@EPNY.'f
Young Girls Are Victims
of headache,- as well as older women
but all get quick relief and prompt, curt
from Dr. Kings New Life Pills, th<
orld's best remedy for sick and ner
vous headache. They make pure blood
and strong nerves and build up you
health. Try Them, 25c at all Drug
A negro man named "Shoat'
Hammond was waylaid an(
shot Saturday night On Mr. W
cD. Brown's plantation or
Catawba river in Lancastel
county. Hammond was return
lg home from Mr. Culp's stori
i the neighborhood when som<
nknown party concealed 01
te roadside fired upon him, th<
all striking him in the arm be
teen the shoulder and elbow
aking a serious wound.
. Porced Into Exile -
win. Upchurch cf Glen Oak, Akla
as an exile from home. Mountain air
e thought, would cure a frightful lung
acing cough that had defied all reni
dies for two years. After six month
he returned, death dogging his steps
"hen I began to use Dr. King's Nes
iscovery," ho writes "and after takin,
si bottles I am as well asNyver."~ I
aves thousands yearly from desperat
ung diseases. Infallible for Cough
ad Colds, it dispels Hoarseness ani
ore Throat. Cures Grip, Bronchitii
eorrages, Asthma, Croup, Whool:
g Cough. 50c and $1 00, tnal botti
ee, guaranteed by all Druggists.
OODFOR A YEAR
This represents a fair ra
on for a man for a year.
But some people eat and
at and grow ti~nner. This
means a defective digestion
ad unsuitable food. A large
size bottle of
quals insiourishing proper
ies ten pounds of meat.
our physician can tell you
ow it does it.
J0E SALE BY ALL DEUGGISTS
Send 10c.. name of paper and this ad. for our
beautiful Sayings Bank and Child'. sketch-Book.
Each bank contains a Good Luck Pennyr.
SCOTr & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St.. New York
- . vigor and vitality to the
e coplexonbrightens the
coy' in "Favorite Prescription."
by letter, free. Every letter is
rdin a plain envelope. Address:
r.Rv.. eF. Buffalo N.Y.
OR I 7/
3ought, and which has been
has borne the signature of
as been made under his per
supervision since its infancy.
P no one to deceive you in this.
and "Just-as-good" are but
i and endanger the health of
rience against Experiment.
ititute for Castor Oil, Pare
Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
drphine nor other Narcotic
arantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diairhea and Wind
Troubles, cures Constipation
ates the Food, regulates the
g healthy and natural sleep.
ke Mother's Friefd.
io ways Bought
ver 3O Years.
111"' 6"reE. NewYO om CM.
Brenzina'Suber, colored, whc
was shot by Thomas Badgett," a
well known white man of Spar
tanbuig, several nights ago, died
Wednesday night as a result of
the wound she received. Bad
gett is confined in the county
jail on the charge of mnrder, he
having been rearrested on a war
rent issued by Magistrate Kirby.
Eills Her Foe Of 20 Years
"The most merciless enemy I had for
.20 years," declares Mrs. James Duncan.
of Hanesville, Me.. "Dyspepsia. I Suf
fered intensely after eating or dritiking
and could scarcely sleep. After many
reme lies had failed and several dloctors
gavenme up. I tried Electric Ritters
which cured me completely. Now ]
canaat anything. I am 70 years old
and am ogerjoyed to get my healh
and strengih back again." For Indi-.Es.
tion; loss of Appetite, Kidney Trouble.
Lame hack,. F emale Complain ts, it is
unequaled. Only 50c at all Druggists.
-The new Spartanburg city
council took the oath of office
Monday afternoon. J. H. Hil]
was elected chief of police ovei
R. C. Hall, the former chief.
SMoss Hayes, police captain, threE
lieutenants and three sergeants,
two plain clothes men, two turn
keys, and twenty-four privates
-were elected, which is a consid
erable increase. Sweeping
changes were made in the pri
yates only a few of the old mer
Revenue officers destroyed tw<
illicit stills in Greenville county.
Because of differences witl>
the new city ad ministration, al
the members of the Spartanburg
board of health have resigned.
A Scalde:i En's heie'a
horrifiad his grandmother. Maria Tray
lor, of Nebo, Ky.. writes that, when al
thought he would die. Buck!en's Ar'nict
Salve wholly cured him. Infallible foi
Barns, Scalds, Cuts. Corns, wounds
Bruises. Cures Feve, -Sores, Eoils. Skiz
Eruptions, Chilblains, Chapped Hands
Soon routs Piles. 25c at all Druggists.
BAD is a
You will feel better almost
immediately, and'still better
THE CENUINE has the RED Z on
-the front of each package and the
&CO.n the sde hi RED. ZI
- FOR SAL By AUnDUCeST-r
An incident thnt created more
excitement than damage occur
red on the carnival g'rounds last
night at Florence. While the
animal trainer was bringing ore
of their baby lions to the front
for the 1>urpose of exhibiting it
free, the beast nracked a little
girl and fastencd its claws into
the chikPs ciothing. Fortuniate
lv the trainer managed to break
the lion's hold before it had
time to hurt the child. The
child's dress was torn a littl
by the animal's claws, but there
was no flesh wound. The in-I
cident gave the large crowd of
onlookers a terriable fright.
esoecially the mothers, but.
the management apologized
very promptly and they will be
more careful with the baby lion
TATE OF OHIO, C ITY OFTOLEDO, _ SS.
Frank J. Cheny makes oath that he is
senior partrir of the firm of F. J. Cheri
ey & Co., doing business in the City of
Toledo. County and State aforesaid. and
that sid tirm wi1n pay tho- .um of ONE
HUNDLE!imD DOLLARS fcr each and
tevery case of Catarrh that cantot be
cure(l by the n-' of 1ali's Catarrh
Czre. Flk.K J. Cher.e..
Sworn to) h:"r .1-- miv und subseril ed in
my prtsence. this Goh day of December, C
A . 1). lzIid. n
(SEAL) A. W. GLEASON, ti
Hall's (tarrrh Core is taken internal
ly. and acts directly on the bood arip
newous si-face of the system. Send y
for testimoniais fr.p
F. J. CFENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by all Drugzists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa- 'T
A white baby, a few hours
old. was found on the doorsteps
of the Salvation Army head
quarters in Charleston yester- A
day. - ,
J. B. Crovaet, an electric light i
lineman in Charleston, caught I
hold of a live wire and was t
almost electrocuted. (
2 L Gl:NS
Return this ad, with $2.95 and we will ship you by
Express, prepaid to any Southern Express office,
one 2-gallon jug of Straight White or Yellow Corn i
Whiskey, reduced in proof by the addition of dis-.
tilled water only. Guaranteed by us unider' the t
Florida and National pure food and drug act. If
you consider the 2 ga!!ons worth $5.00 keep it;:
otherwise drink what you want; return the bal- E
ance and get all of your money back, just as cheer
fully as it was received. TIhis ofter is made at a (
direct loss, and for the purpose of obtaining I0.000 t
new customers inside of 60 days. Order today.
Southerr Distrlbuting Coumary, Jackcsony!Ilo, Florida. f
TO CONTEST ELECTION.
Defeated Candidate at Memphis Asks f
Recount of Ballots. S
Memphis, Tenn.--By a plurality at d
79 votes over former' Mayor J. J. $
Williams, his nearest opponent. Ed- y
ward H. Crump won out on the face Ic
of the returns in the mayoralty elec- t
tion. The contest was- the closest ~
ever held in Memphis and nearly Jb,- t
000 votes were pciled.
Mr. Williamas rt fiused to accept the
returns as announced and said that Ic
he will file a petition with the county c
election commis sion.. asking for a re
count of the tallots.
Murder Verdict Found by dury.
~Rome. Ga.-"Wc, the jury, find that
Will Nelston came to his death from a
gunshot wound inflicted by a person
unknown to the jury.'' This was the
verdict reached by the' coroner's jury: I
In the denth of Will Zelson, who was
shot near the ca.ml. cf the Rome and
Northern Railroad Cornstruction corps,
and lingered for' a week before his
death. Coroner' Miller has been con
ducting a rigid investigation and it is
believed certain now that he will ap- c
prehend the siny'cr. -
SFor Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Hav8 Always Bought
Bears the I
Sign~atur'e of ss.7 4 '
* Autot *
Whei you are sick, or
troubles peculiar to womer
dui that well-known and si
men. Thousands of wome
been benefited. Why nol
chances. Get Cardui, th<
remedy, for women of all e
It Will HO
Mrs. Luzania Morgan, Sneed
years I suffered with the turn of
without relief. I had pains all ov
not sit up. At last I took Cardui ,
I have told many ladies about Car<
women." Try it.
AT ALL DRI
The new division of the South i
arolina Presbytery which was
.ade by the synod at Charles
)n 'meeting, met at Greenwood
esday night and formally or
anized. The new presbytery
ill include Greenwood, Abbe
le, Newberry, Saluda and a
art of Lexington counties.
'he moderator who presided at
uesday night's. first meeting'
as Rev. T. P. Burgess. The
ew moderator is Rev. J. P.
[illhouse 'of Abbeville. The I
ext meeting will be held at
forris chapel in Newberry
>unty next April. The follow
g trustees were elected: R. P.
lake of Greenwood, also the
easurer; F. B. Cobb of Green
reenwood, R. J. Nickels of
f Hodges, W. A. Stevenson of
Lbbeville and J. C. Thomas of,
That rats disseminate disease is
ason enough for a campaign against
em,. but the new Association Inter
ationale pour la Destruction Ration:
lie des Rats, a society originating in
openhagen, made, its first appeal to
e thrifty Danes on economic
rounds. In the capital and Jts en
rons the association's emissaries
agged more than a hundred thousand
ats, at a cost, for capture and destruc
:on, of about three cents each.
ow,"' argued the committee, "you
ill agree that each rat eats and des
oys each day- a half-cent's worth ofi
od and material. One hundred thou
ad rats would do $200,000 worth of
mage, at least.,. Having spent about
3,500 on killing them, we have saved::
u $190,000 odd." Both farmers and I9
ity folk were won by this demonstra
on, and now ghe government is abet.
ng the association in its work of "ra
"Canned music" is what Mr. Sousa
ails the phonograph product and he
bects to his music .being canned
ithout any profit to himself. The
>pyright law hardly covers such use,
owever, and It is difficult to see ho;
e composer can protect himself
ainst the canned.
Lord Fairfax, an American~ who'
nent to England to &ecept the title of
~aron Fairfax, has returned to New
ork. He is a member of a firm of
ankers in that city, and It Is 'under
tood will resume his business career
Some cold-blooded statistician has
iscovered that 27,000 wives in New
'ork are supporting their husbands.
hether marriage would be regarded
a failure in their case would de.
end much on the point of view.
It will be difficult to induce the av
rage spinster to, believe that the year
908 will be unfortunate-it is leali
ear, a time of special feminine priv
In marveling at the shrunken condi
Ion of your coal pile you probably
verlook the fact that you' had to use
great deal of coal during the winter
f last summer.
We are to have living music on the
tage next. We hope the women will
ot be driven to the extremity of
'ashing dishes on the stage just to
ake a merry show.
Two Pittsburg men have been sen-~
nced to the penitentiary for stealing
bree cents. Let people who are ad-I
icted to the habit of robbing their
abies' banks beware. - -
. P. P purifies the blood, build~
en- to) weaken-ed nierves, expels di
,1-. . hr. sickness, gloomy feeling
'I',.,son, mercurial poison,
.. 1n d seases, like blotches, pimp
<a I m wi thout fear of. contradie1
'cvihse stems are posned ai
a du ( o intruli irreguarities,.
c c"- d blood cleansing prope
E.. V. LIPPMAN, I
suffermg from any of the
,don't delay-take Car
.Iccessful remedy for wo
n have used Cardui and
you? Don't take any
old, reliable, oft-tried
ville, Tenn., writes: "For ten
life, and tried many remedies
r my body and at times I could
nd now I can do my housework.
Lui and recommend it to all sie
Do not strza 'four eye-s' ok.ig
,rsperity, but get out help it
Gertrude Atherton finds Edithi
vharton "dull." We await - Edith's
In the new year it is believed that
L. larger number than ever will try to
wear off their taxes.
This Thaw trial is to be less sensa
tonal than the former one was. An
Dther splendid sign of improvement
A Norfolk, Va.. boy hit a mule with
a. rifle and is dead. The gun wasn't
loaded, but the mule, as usual, was.
Now that the Japs in Vancouver
have become the aggf ors what wil
be the international i the
What would the naval doct
command do if his boat were seized
with a sinking spell? Inject nitrogly
(B B. B.)Cres Throughthe Bloed
B.B. B. (Botanic Blood Blood) is th
mfly Blood Remedy that kills tbe poison
n the blood and then purifies it-end
ng a flood of ure, rich blood direct to -
he skin surface, bones. joints, and
herever the disease is located. In this
ray all sores. ulcers. pimples, eruptions
tre healed and cured, pains and aches
i Rheumatism cease, s wellings subside.
3. B. B. completely changes the body
nto a clean healthy condition, giving
he skin the rich, red brte of perfect
waltdh. B. B. B. cures the woist old
ass. Try it.
3TANIC BLOOD BALM-B BB
Spleas.ant and sate to tahe: composed of PUre
otanic ingredients. It purities and enricbes
he blood. . U. L . strengthens the nerves
.nd builds up) the broken down system. Drug
ists $1 .00 PER L ARG E BOTT LE with diree.
ions for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
P. PP. wiH lfand vtalize your
whole system tone and strength.
A prominent railr-nad sprintendent at
Savannah. sultering with iarLsDpe.
sain, and Rhenzmatim says: "After tka
F. P'.P. henever felt-so welIn hislfean~
feels as if he could liveforever,if he cud
always gnt P. P. P."
Ifryou are tired out from oveanwork and
close confinement, take
If you are feellnsr hay In the spring
and out of sorts, take
P. P. P.
Tf your digestive organs need toninguip,
P. P. P.
If yo u suiffer with headache, inigesion,
debility and weakness, tak
SIf you s er with nervnus potiotln,
norlsunt "unig and a gnra let da.wn -
of the system, take
focr rined Poison. Rheumnatismn, Sernf
ula, Oldi Sores. Malaria, Chronic Female
P. P. P.
Prickly As'i, Pokt Foot
The best lood purifier in the warld.
un theweak ad debliathie
s ad lssiudefirt revailed.. .
malaria, dyspepsia, and in all blood
les, old chronic ulcers, tetter, scald
;ionl that P. P. P. isthe best blood
id whose blood is in. an impure con
Lre peculiari benefitted by the won
rties of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke