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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7,1905.
The steady increase in the uum
ber of inmates of the State Hoepi
taJ for the Insane is appalling.
At present there are 1258 of these
Tinfortunate individuals, sixty of
whom were admitted ID May.
Corn has been advancing re
cently by leaps and bounds but
oo far as our observation exteudb
the rise in price bas not had the
effect of increasing the acreage of
It augurs well for the future of
society and the state to receive re
ports from almost every section to
the effect that school buildings
are being enlarged, improved and
better equipped for the next ses
sion. This is po6tive proof thal
interest in the cause of popular
education is yet increasing in
stead of waning.
^President Roosevelt has planned
a tour of the south, begianiug OD
October the 17th. AmoDg thp
cities that he is tp visit we
notice the names of Richmond,
Charlotte and Atlanta but not a
point in South Carolina. Hi is
t?4 be the guest of Booker Wash
ington at Tuskeegee, and it is a
downright unkind cut on the part
of the president not to pay hie
respects to his friend Crum in
Charleston, who is about the only
individual in that city-barring
John Capers-who desires to see
y It Beems to Le a fad among many
young ladies to discard the simple,
-jtet beautiful, names of their UD
isophisticated grand-mothers and
assume high sounding names
jvbich 'Z they believe to have an
aristocratic air. Que is greatly
amused, in looking over the names
?b? graduates fjom.f?male colleges,
j|8?the evolution or transformation
%hich many a name- has under
gone. For instance, a girl will
matriculate, under the name of
.Maggy and graduate under the
name of Marguerite. - How ridicu
?~ The ?ree of patriotism are bum
ing low in Edgefi eld. In all of
.the large cities and in many of
the smaller tc ns of the state,
|aBt Saturday, the anniversary of
?fae birthday of Jefferson Davis,
WEB observed with appropriate
:|eremonies. Edgefield, who
proudly boasts of the heroism of
her sous upon the battle field as
well as their achievements in the
forum, takes little or no heed of
the day8 and occasions that are
set apart fo^*^fee honor to the
memories of ?Hw who?e lives
were spent in t9p?country's ser
mmolated upon their
Again the army officer, Major
Wm.'R. Hamilton, who recently
inspected the Citadel, pronounced
it be one of the foremost institu
tions of the kind in the country
second only to West Point. So
bignie the standard maintained
at the Citadel that'its graduates
receive the appointment as second
lieutenants in the r?gulai army
with equal rank and standing of
the West Point graduates. ThiB
distinguished honor is shown to
the graduates of no other military
school in the country. The in
specting officer viewed with won
der the high class of work
that institution ?B doing on so
small au appropriation, deploring
the fact that it is uot greater. Of
all of South Carolina's institu
tions of learning of none should
the people feel prouder than the
In order to protect themselves
from professional "dead beats"
the retail merchants of Charles
ton have a Protective Association
When a customer fails to pay an
account which he ow ss a member
of the association he is "black
listed" and secretly reported to
the other members of the organiza
tion. This plan of mutual pro
tection seemB to work admirably
in that city. Why would it not
bs equally as effective in small
towus ? If there were such an
agreement between the Edg^Seld
merchants some persons io this
community, both white and color
ed, would nive to pay as they go,
and as a consequence not so many
doubtful accounts would disturb
the slumbers of those merchants
who are too timorous to say "NO."
"Do Your Utmost."
"Thc destiny of our empire de
pecdb on this action. You are all
expected to do your utmost."
These are said to have been the
last words that Admiral Toge
signalled to his fleet from hi*
flagship when he sighted the
enemy. Such a message at tba)
crucial moment proved to be au
inspiration to the men who carried
tho day at Tsushima, appealing
to and arousing the patriotism
that animated the roasts. "Do
your utmost :" th not only a
fitting admonition to those who
j-rngage in mortal combat upon the
high seas but a suitable motto for
every young man who has launch
ed his frail bark upon the tem
pestuous sea of life. Young man,
it matters not what may be your
environmente-it matters not
what, may be your sphere-it mat
ters not what vocation you have
chosen-as the grand and gallant
old Togo said on that fatal and
fateful day, "Do your utmost,"
and all will be well.
NuBoldieron the battle field;
uo traveller ou "dark mountains" ;
uo ship on a tempestuous sea, is
exposed to greater peril than a
young man. Of what? Not so
much of physical suffering and
death as of sin-tb? ouiy real
?vil and one whicb involves the
loss of his highest life.- Selected.
Mr. W. R. Parks, of Parks vii le
vvill poon have our town full cf
telephone wires. We will then be
connected with Augusta. We hope
ro have this line continued un to
Miss Eva Waits and Mr. Pat
Bussey will attend the stjmmer
school at Edgefield. Miss Eva in
addition to her literary course
will take music.
Miss Essie Bussey is visiting
ftiends at Star this week.
Mr. 0. 0. Timnierman put a
tish basket in the creek to ca!ch
nah. Hb went to the basket 6^nu
Jays ago, and fouud that he had
caughL niue terrapins and five
?mall mud turtles.
Mi. and Airs. Put Robertson,
from Modoc, visited their parents
Mr. and Mre. 0. J. Holms la st
Saturday and Suuday.
Mr. W. E. Thurmond lost a
very valuable mule last week.
Mrs. James Reepe and children,
of Modoc, visited Mr. E. Gr. Mor
gan, last Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Mamie Walker and Mise
Rosa Thurmond wil! organize a
Sun Beam society in the Grove
The ladies missionary society
at the Grove has taken .on new
life.?They hope to clothe an or
phan at the Greenwood orphanage
Yesterday, being a beautiful day
foe church going a large congrega
tion attended services at the Grove
in the morning, also at Red Hill
in the afternoon.
A large audience enjoyed the
lecture of Mr. John Temple
Graves on Friday evening, this
being the last Lyceum entertain
ment of the season. The subject
was "The New Century Woman",
and was very much enjoyed. The
W. C. T. U. received inspiration
in the praise of its achievements
aud a glowing tribute to its be
loved leader, who tho' dead will
ever live in the hearts of all
Temperance advocates, Miss
' Several girls from Edgefield'e
galaxy of beauties attended the
lecture. Misses Ella Mays Allen,
El lie Hart and Ruth Cogburn.
The latter will spend the week,
here among friends.
Miss Sallie Sawyer is viEiting
relatives at Leesville.
M?BS Gladys Price is spending
some time with her sister at Oak
The New Century Club met a*
the residence of Mrs. T. R. Denuy.
After the business Mrs. James
White gave a full, and interesting
report of the recent convention
The W. C. T. U. met at the home
of Mrs. C. D. Kenny. At this
meeting a collection was taken
for "The Door of Hope". This
home for unfoitunate women is
located in Columbia. It isa grand
work, and should receive more aid
than it has in the paet.
Several car loads of machinery
have reached our oil mill. A giu
nery will be added this summer.
The railroad picnic at Wards if
certainly a mammoth affair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown, Mr.
and. Mrs. E. W. Moyer and a few
others received tickets. Many
went to hear the music an. see
Thc cottage home of Mrs. J. G.
Strother bas bseu very much im
proved by the addition of a bay
window and full length piazza.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. A. Richardson
are now occupying their pretty
oew cottage, which when comple
ted will be the prettiest r?sidence
Mrs. Robert Aldrich of Barn
well, wh ) was Miss Sophie Bon
ham is visitiug Mrs. J. G. Mobley.
A Fearful Fate.
It is a fearful fate to have to
endure the terrible torture of Piles.
"I cm truthfully say", writes
Harry Colson, of Mason vii le, Ia.,
"That for Blind, Bleeding, Itch
ing and Protruding Pih-s, Buck
leu's Arnica Salve, is the best
cure made" Also best for cuts,
burns aud injuries. 25c at G. L.
Penn & Son and W. E. Lynch &
Popular Excursions Via Southern
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y- Ancit pt
Arabic Order of Mystic Shrine.
Imperial Council June 20-23,1905.
Rate one faro plus $1.00 for round
'rip from ali points.
TORONTO, ONT-Account Iuler
j national Sundav School Assoc.,
?une 30-27, 1905*. Rate ot. certifi
l ?ale plan.
CALHOUN, S. C-South Carolina
State Summer School, June 21st,
July J 9tb, 1905. Rate one first
class fare plus 25 cents for round
trip from all po in ?is i n South Caro
ATHENS, GA-Summer School,
June 27th-July 28th, 1905. Rate
one first class fare plus 25 cents
i for round trip.
KNOXVILLE, TENN-Su m m er
?Tchool June 20lb-July 28th, 1905.
Rate one fare plus 25 cents for
Summer School, Vanderbilt Bibli
cal Institute June 14th-August
9th, 1905. Rate one fare plus 25
cents for ronni trip.
ASHEVILLE, N. C-Annual Con
ference Y. M. C. A. a ii cTY. W. C.
A. June 9th-25(b, rate one fare
plus 25 cents fbx round trip.
. ASHEVILLE, C-Conference of
Young People's Missionary Asso
ciation June 25tb, July 2d, 1905.
Rate one fare plus 25 cents for
. DENVER, Col-Accouut Interna
tional Epworth League Conven
tion rate very low, and will be
given on application.
ASBURY PARK, N. J-Accouni
National Educational Associa
tion July, 3-7. Ra'e very low and
given on application.
BALTIMORE. MD-Account Uni
ted Society Christian Endeavor
[uternational Convention, July
5-10th. Rate one first class fare
plus $1.00 tor round trip.
BUFFALO, N. Y-Annual Mat
ing Grand Lodge B. P. O. Elks,
July 11-15. Rates one first class
fare plus $1.00 for round trip.
TORONT.), ONT-Account Inter
national Sunday School Conven
tion June 20th-'27th, 1905. Rate
one fare pius 50 cents fur round
trip from all |?oinrs in South
Carolina. Tickers on sale June
19,20, 22, 23rd, final limit can be
obtained by depositing tickets
with joint Asjent aud upon pay
ment fee $1.00.
Southern Railway can oller
many other attractive, rates.
For full information consult
any Ticket Agent, or
R. W. HUNT,
Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston, S. C.
Just What Everyone Should
Mr. J. T. Barber of Irwinville,
Ga., always keeps a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy at hand ready
for instant use. Attacks of colic,
cholera morbus and diarrhoea
come on so suddenly that there is
no lime to hunt a doctor or go to -
the store for mediaiue. Mr. Barber
says: "I have tried Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy which is one of the best
medicines J ever saw. I keep a
oottle of it in my room as I have
had several attacks of colic and it
has-proved to be the best medi
cine I ever saw." Sold by All
After your spring house clean
ing beautify your homes by lay
ing pretty matting upon your
floors. We carry a large stock of
Matting and Linoleums in a great
variety of patterns. We invite the
ladies to see our all-cotton carpet
at 35 cents per yard. It is beauti
ful and very desirable.
RAMSEY & JONES.
li. S. soldiers who Berved in
Cuba during the Spanish war
know what this disease is, and
that ordinary remedies have little
more effect than so much water.
Cuban diarrhoea is almost as se
vere and dangerous asa mild at
tack of cholera. There is one rene
dy, however, thal, can always be
depended upon as will be seen by
the following certificate from Mrs.
Minnie Jacobs of Houston. Texas :
"I hereby certify that Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diar- I
rhoea Remedy cured my husband
of a severe attack of cuban diar
rhaea, which he brought home ,
from Cuba. We had several doc
tors but they did him no good.'
One bottle of this remedy' cured
him, as our neighbors will testify. .
I thank God for so valuable a
medicine." For sale by All Drug- ?
WANTED : To buy your anti
que, mahogany, walnut, or ch&rry
furniture, suchas old Oak cnest,
High-boys, Low-boys, Tail clocks,
Sideboards, Buraaue, Mirrors, Ta
bles, Chairs, etc. In fact any
thing in th? J ine of antiques. Ad
OLIVER C. HILL,
Scholarship and Entrance
The examination lor the award ol
vacant scholarships in Winthrop Col
lege and for tlie admission ot' new
students will be held ut th? County
Court House on Friday, -luly Ttl);at li
a, m. Applicants must nut ie len
thall Hf tern years ol' vage. When '
scholarships are vacated aller July 7,
they will be awarded to (hose making '
the highest average at this examina- j
tion provided ?hey meet the condi
tions governing tlie award. Appli- ;
cants for scholarships shouUi write te 1
President Johnson bel ore the MXMmi- !
nation for scholarship application
Scholarships.nre worth $101) and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 2U, 19 J?. For further in- |
f >rmatiori and catalogue address. ,
Pres. D, IS, Johnson,
Kock Hill, S. C. I
Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck,
These are three com mn n ail
ments for which Chamberlain'!5
P :in Balm is especially valuable.
If promptly applied it will eave
you ti mp, money and euf?eriug
when troubled with any one ei
these ailments. For sale by All
Every housewife wants the best
Flavoring Extracts or none at all.
Remember that we are headquar
ters for Flavoring .Extracts, We
iel! nothing but the best.
G.T PENN & SON.
In l>iad Chase.
Millions rush in mad chase af
ter health, from one extreme of
faidism to another, when, if they
would only eat good food, and
keep their bowels regular with Dr.
King's New Life Pill, their troub
les would all pass away. Prompt
relief and quick cure for liver
aud stomach trouble, 25c at G. L.
Penn & Son and W. E. Lynch &
Our stock of Undertake r's Sup
plies rs complete. We carry all
sizes, styles and grades of casket?
and coffins. Our caskets finished
iii plush and broadcloth are very
handsome. We stand ready to
serve you either day or night. Our
hearse responds promptly to all
RAMSEY & JONES.
Fm ions Fighting.
"For se\eu yeais", writes GPO.
W. Hufl'man, of Harper, Wash.,
'.I had a bitter bal tie, with chron
ic stomach and livpr trouble, but
it 1-st I won, and cured my dis
eases, by Ihn use of Electric Bit-*
ters. 1 unhesitatingly recommend
them to ali, and don't intend in
i he futur*? to he without them in
he hcuse. Th ny are certainly a
wonderful medicine, lo have cured
*uch a bad capo as min?-." Sold,
under gu?rante?! to do the same
for you. hy G. L. Penn & Son and
\V. E. Lynch & Up. Pi ice 50o. a
bottle. Try them today.
[-las Stooc1 the Test 25 Years
riie olii, original GllOVK'S Tasteless
ijhill Ton ir:. Von know what you aie
talcing, lt. li iron and quinine III a
tasteless form. No cure, no p-iy. !.0c.
Torture of a Preacher.
The story of thr torture of Rev.
0. D. Moore, pastor of the Bap
tist church, of tlarpRrsville, N. Y ,
will interest you. He says: "1
-uff?red agonies, because of a per
sistent jough, resulting from tho
grip. I had to sleep sitting up in
bed. I tried many remedies, with
out relief, until I took Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and fc?olds, which entirely
cured my cough, and saved ' me
from consumption." A grand.'cure
for diseased conditions of Throat
and Lungs. At G. L. Peuu & Soii
and W. E. Lynch & Co. Price'50c
and $1.00, guaranteed. Trial bot
A Guaranteed Cure for Piles
Itching, Blind, B'eedingor Protru
ding Piles, Druggists refund monej
if H IZO OINTMENT fails to eire
any cass, rib matter ol' how long
standing, in ? to 14 days. First- ap
plication gives ease and rest. 50o. li
your druggist hasn't it send ?50c in
stamps and it will b*? forwarded post
paid by Pari? Medicine Co., St. Louis,
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON. S. C.
Entrance examinations will be
held in the County Court House
on Friday, July 7th, at 9 a.m.
One Free Tuition Scholarship to
each county of South '?frolina
awarded by the County Superin
tendent of Education and the
Judge of Probate. Board and
furnished room at Dormitory.
$10 a month. All candidates for
admission are permitted to com
pete for va'-aut Boyce Scholar
ships, which pay $100 a year. For
further information and catalogue,
" HARRISON RANDOLPH,
THE AUGUSTA .
823 Broad Street.
W. B. YOUANG, - . - P.2s?deut
T- G. VVEIGT-K, - - - - Cushier
SAVINGS ACCOUTS SOLICITED
Interest Paid 011 Deposits,
JANUARY AND,I ULY,
Attractive as our Homes.
Ten Thousand Churches paint
ed with L. & M. Paint, and im
most attractn e
Liberal quantity always giver,
4 gallons L. & Sf. mixed wi tb
3 gallons oil, will paint a bous'.
Wr.'ars ?md envere like gold.
Don't pay $1 50 gallon for lili
gi'ed oil which you do in ready
Buy ml fresh from the barral
at Go cents per pallon, and mix
it with Longman ct Martinez L. &
It makes paint cost al.nu! ^1.201
per gallon. '
DjLancey Fort. Pl"iu, N. Y.
'V ri les: "ila ve sold L. <fc M. paiut
'or over 25 years, and everyone is
surprised to find bow lillie is re
luired to paint a big house." Sold
\v The Penn Drug Store.
Po Cure a Coid in One Day.
rake LAXATIVE 151 OMO ?UIN
tiVJC Tablets. All druggist refund
he en our y if it fail's to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature isqri each
Special values picked at rand'
together with odds and
stocks, help to c<
i VIZ) AV h i tc Wash Persian
?. " Hobutis
Neat Patterns figured
Right Snappy Pattern
Bea utilul Silk Ribbon ,
Various Styles Fans Fan C
"This is no idle talk
e right all wrong
and merit the confidence of a
PEACE PROPOSITIONS TO
MEN OF EPGEFIELD.
I jim etil! selling Ready Made
Clothing tor mop and boyp, and
still mali ir g peace propositions to
tilt men and boys of Edgefield
preposition? that will bring that
peace of mind that sprinuH from
being w? ll and handsomely cloth
ed at but small cost. My frieud?
will find me at the first-class and
very popular establishment of
McCreary & Co , 720 Broad Street,
GET OUR PRICES.
Complete Cotton, Saw, Grist., On and
Fertilizer Mil] Outfits, Gin, Press
Gane .Mill.and Shingle Outfits.
P-? il ding. I'riirJpe, Factory, Furic
und Railroad Castings, Railroad, MU
Machinists' and Factory Supplies.
Belting, Racking, Injectors, Pipe
Fittings, Saws, Files, Oilers, etc. We
T*t every day. Work 150 Hand?.
Foundry, Machine, Boiler,
Press a nd Gin Worka
'TST" Repa is Promptly Dorm
liar? Iron loris & Supply CB
Hats.for mei?. The latest styles,
very nobby, just' received. '
C. E. MAY
When placing your insur
ance give me a call. I rep-.j
resent a very strong line of
jim re. co - - -
Insurance Companies, eur
Agent for trie New Year
ivIITJ? - - -
insurance Co. T will ap
preciate a share of yotirbusi
ness. I can be found at my
olfiec---Oilii:.e No ?--over Bunk of
Wo sell the celebrated Blue
Ribbon Springs for beds aud
guarantee them for five years.
EDGEFIEI.D MERCANTILE COMPANY.
You are wearing is too heavy
Come to our store and let
MER WORSTED or SERGI
well, wear well, and be comft
Full line of SPRING HA
For MEN'S OXFORDS
leathers come to us. We can
Our prices are right,
lian Piano Pie
Call on or
prices and ter
Csirss a Col? in Om
UP OF #
om on our trip the past week
ends from the various
DOI the Southern
Chiffon 45 inches ISC.
Lawn 42 " IO and lf?c.
LS?IK 36 " 50c,
Batiste 30 10c.
s Wash Tafcters 19c/
5 inches wide 10c.
hains Bead Necklaces etc.
the Goods are in Stock,
s as we aim to gain retain
ZFIIE^IE AND LVPE.
General agent for Prudential Life
Insurance Company, for Edgetield
and Saluda coontie*.
WM. S. COG BUHN,
Edgrfleld, S, C.
EDGJEFIELD, S. C.
State and County Depository.
J. 0. SHEPPARD, W. W. ADAMS,
J. H. BOUKNIGHT. T. H. RAINSFORD,
J. Al. COBB, B. S. HOLLAND,
A. S. TOMPKINS, C. C FULLKH,
Vf. E.- PHESCOTT.
J. C. SHEPPARD, PreBident.
W. \V. ADAMS, Vict-Pferident.
E. J. M IMS, Cashier
J. ll. ALLEN, Asa't Cashier.
Pays internst on deposit? by special
Money to loan on liberal Uria*.
Prompt au?! poli ta attention ts bus
YOUR Account Solicited.
The best. 10 cents Salmon on
th? market eau be had.at
6. L. PENN & SON.
If your eyes are worth
having they are worth saving.
Do so with the light kind of,
FOR SALE: One yoke of oxen,
four years old, well broken and
ready for service. Apply to
C. M. WILLIAMS,
Cleora. S. C.
and too hot fo the season.
us fit you in a nice CA$SI
5 SUIT-one that will look
TS-all shapes in STRAW
or light spring shoes in ?ll
s and Sewing
Iso the Oeci
write us for
SIX, S. C.
t ?m M Nome
Day, Grip in Twa
, m Oos. 23e?
THE FARMERS BANK
OF EDGEFIELD S. c.
STATE AND COUNTY DEPOSITORY
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST BANK IN CO
Paid up Capital.$ 58,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits. 23,000-00
Liability cf Stockholders. 58,000 00
Protection te Depositors.$139,000.00
~ We invite attention of those desiring a aafe depository for their money to the HUG ??
acts. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS BY SPECIAL CONTRACT.
U I1*T provision of its charter this bank is authorized to act as trustee, jiuariiia
dininistrator and executor, and to accept and execute trusta generally.
A. E. PADGETT, Pr?sidant F. H RAIN F iRO, Vice-Pre
W. H. HARLING, Cashier. J. E. CAUGHMAN, Asst. Cashier
For Fire and Life
?GO TO SEE._
BEFORE INSURING ELSEWHERE.
Wc represent the best Old Linc Companies.
-AUGHMAN ? uABLING * GENTS.
CAUGHMAN ot HAULING AGENTS.
Special Summer Sales.
OUR CLOTHING has excel I on tiquai i ty and fit. The prices are
low for the quality of goode. Y mr trade solicited..
W. A. HAKT & CO.
New Spring Goods.
Come to the NEW YORK RACKET STO E and
see our fresh arrivals in Madras, Ginghams, Percales,
ChamVrics, Voiles, etc.
We have and endless variety of Muslins and Lawns in
all of the new patterns and weaves.
Ask to see our Persian Lawns and Nainsooks in white
and colors, also beautiful white and colored lines for waists.
A beautiful lot of P, K,, Marsales, Mercerized Madra?, all new patterns
for shirt waists.
Wide and narrow Val Lace. All-over lace lace for dress trimmings in
white and cream.
Embroideries from narrow at 3}? cents to very wide at 10 couts.
CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. We have an elegant line of Ciotli.it;> for
boysand men and can fit any size. Let us show you before you buy.
OXFORDS: Competition can not touch us in this department. Ladies
and childrens oxfords in all of the new styles in tan and black. Come let us.
show you. Also a large stock of men's and boy's oxfords.
HATS: Let us sell you a hat, We have Straw Hats for everybody aleo -
an elegant line of Felt Hats. See our Ladies and childrens sailors.
We can sat e you money,
J. W. PEAK
C. A GRIFFIN & CO.,
FIRE, LIF AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. f
The Companies represented by us have been doing busi
ness in Edgefield County tor over twenty-five years.
AGGREGATE ASSETS OVER
WE will appreciate your patronage anti give your busi
ness prompt and personal attention.
"The L^adiag Iniuranec Company ef America"
CAPITAL and SURPLUS OVBR io.ooo.ooe.oe>
No Fire Insurance Company in the United States has
as much CASH Capital or Capital and Surplus Combined.
? O?i^Lowest rates.
?. J. NORRIS, AGENT.
J. "Willie Iv?vy
Has the Greatest Line of Clothing
For Men, Boys and Children ever brought to
Augusta. Also a fine line of Furnishing Goods
For the Ladies
Wc carry a Great Line of odd Skirts, Silk Wash-'
able Shirt Waists, Neckwear and Ready to wear |
Give us a call when in the city.
866 Broad Street,
Has Stood The Test 25 Years
Tasteless Chili Tonic
Nd-Care-No-Pay. 50 cents,