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A GREAT ART.
Thc Hore Ability to Select ??dost
Many men mistakenly think that be
cause they work hard and try bard
they must eventually aucceed to some
extent. Thia does not follow, ?onie
men carry on great enterprises with
little apparent effort Their suecess j/
4ue to skill la selecting efficient exec
Many a business man breaks down
trying to supplement the work of in
competent heads of departments aim?
ply because he does not know how to
choose the right men, A man of com
manding ability does not worry him
self over details. He makes out his
programme and then selects men who
can carry lt ouf: to the lotter. Indeed
it ls a sign of Jvenkness ipr the head
of a concern to| bother about little de
talla. I1 shows that he lacks the In
gjglit, the lousiness sagacity, the abili
ty, to select anti to tonnage men who
can do tbings efficiently.
Many bends of large concerns spend
little time in their offices. They travel
or remain at home, but the business
goos on like clockwork simply because
they Know bow to select men who can
efficiently do tho work assigned to
It is a great art to duplicate oneself
in another and multiply oneself many
times by selecting those who are vast
ly superior to ourselves, but who did
not happen to have bad our opportuni
ty to do the thing themselves*-Suc
ces3' _ j i
A Careful Old Lady.
An old lady applied at a registry of
??ce for a maid.
"I want a iittie giri, between eight
een and twenty-two years of age, wbo
ls fond of mushrooms."
"Fond of mushrooms?" inquired the
?gent "That ls something I never
Inquire about from my applicants. I
"Well, I am very fond of mushrooms
myself, and there are so many mis
takes made. The Idea came to mc sev
eral years ago, and it was a dispensa
tion of Providence that it did or I
should have been killed. I make my
maid eat a portion of all mushrooms
brought to my house before any are
?erred to me. I always require it,"
replied the old lady. ' I have lost two
excellent maids from toadstools dur
ing the last five years, and, of course,
I could not think of taking the risk of
eating mushrooms unless I had a maid
lotest them."-London Globe.
Baby Marjory bas been having her
iirst experience of rural sights and
sounds, of green things growing, of
flowers hiding In the gr?as, of cows in
the pasture, of horses in the stable.
-She was delighted with all but one of
them, says a writer in the Philadelphia
The one exception was the big, surly
dog that keeps witch and ward over
the farm. She respected Hector in
his own place, but that place ls at a
distance. She did not want bim or his
kind to approach near enough for in
Having been invited by a lady of
the house to take r. walk down to
the village. Marjory hesitated a little.
"Why, Marjory," exclaimed the lady,
in an injured tone of voice, "don't you
want to go with me?"
"Yes," replied the little maid, "I
.want to go, but p'ease don't let any
dogs happen to mel"
Oldest Ina Iii Easton d.
In the village of Norto St Phillp ls
the George Inn. It claims to bo the
oldest licensed village alehouse in Eng
land, the license dating from 1307! Its
.appearance ls eminently picturesque,
?ach story overhanging that beneath,
while the front is broken by bay win
dows, a porch and a flight of stone
.eteps leading to a doorway In the wall,
At the back are more quaint doors and
windows, a turret built against the
-wall and Inclosing an outside stair,
while in the yard still remains a por
tion of the old gallery which in the
middle ages was found 1" so many
hostelries. Most of the front ls tim
*ered. Each gable ls surmounted by a
curious chimney. A curious feature of
the Interior is the upper floor, which fa
The Girl ?nd Her Play.
Once Upon a time there were a young
lady and a young gentleman playing
a two handed game of euchre.
"I offer you a solitaire diamond."
saiii the young man as he played the
ace of that suit
"Tho best I can do ls to give you my
?heart." the young woman answered as
'Then your whole bund goes with
dt," he said.
"Yes. Charles, dear,? she replied.
Moral.-There is such a thing as
playing Into the other player'ft?haud.
-New York Herald.
The ancient Greeks and Romans
drank wine freely at their feasts.* .Wine
was their beverage. Indeed Bacchus
held high carnival among them, and
the Roman would gorge himself with
food and then empty his stomach by
artificial means and resume his seat
at table and eat and drink to his fill
"Fact ls," said the one man, "I mar
ried because I was lonely as much as
for any other reason. To put it tersely,
I married for sympathy."
"Welt" said the other roan, "yon
There is a ponnint? notion ts th s e?
?ect that rough diamonds are not
bright but this is a mistake. Even in
that condition they aro very bright;
with a peculiar "adamantine luster."
as lt ls called, which no other sub
stance possesses. However, the crude
diamond crystal ls not transparent
.One cannot see through it
li I. Ll. .
That Wa? What Annoyed Hlaa.
Mrs. Homeleigh-There is one thing
about our girls-they aro always self
Papa Homeleigh (grimly)-?:** ?hey
.aro too self possessed. I Wish uiey*d
get some one else to possess them.
- There is no use in trying to love
any woman by a fired rule.
A HIGH T?NOR.
Anna Louis* Cary's Unsuspected Part
In a Cat Duet.
The late Anna Louise Cary once
figured in an amusing incident at
one of the monthly, meetings of the
Boston Clef club. The club was
?composed exclusively o? men all in
?teieated. directly or indirectly in
muwvand at the meetings tho best
Ol entertainment was always pro?
vided by the members themselves.
'Among these were the two brothers,
Will and John Winch, who at this
time were in great demand owing
to" their beautiful voices. Will
Winch possessed a magnificent bass
and John an equally fine tenor. On
tho occasion in question their con
tribution to the evening's entertain
ment vas a novel composition of
their own, a supposed duet between
an old, world experienced tomcat
and his hot headed, impatient son,
who had fallen hopelessly in love
with a sleek tabby of the neighbor
Seating themselves on the edge of
the platform on which stood noth
ing save an ordinary Japanese
screen, the two singers began their
amusing performance, which opened
with a stern upbraiding of the
youthful . back fence prowler by
his more prudent and experienced
father. The reply was given by the
tenor, who, breaking forth into an
impassioned love song, poured forth
his whole soul in the praise of his
mistress and of the divine passion.
Having reached the, highest tone
of his voice, Winch struck a single
falsetto note, and then followed a
series of the purest, the most beau
tiful, birdlike notes to which the
dumfounded hearers had ever lis
tened. And still the wonderful
voice soared upward. A moment
and the final height was reached,
and the song abruptly ceased. From
behind the screen a woman's laugh
ing face appeared-that of Anna
Louise Cary-and the mystery was
one no longer. It was she who had
carried on tho song from the mo
ment of the striking of the falsetto
note, and so well had the deception
been carried out that not one of
those present had doubted that he
was still listening to the voice of
John Winch.-New York Post.
The Abbotsbury Swannery.
Some interesting particulars are
given in the London Magazine of
the Abbotsbury swannery, which is
stated to be the largest in Great
Britain. This is situated on the
Fleet, a long stretch of brackish
water lying within the Chesil Beach,
near Weymouth. Tradition holds
that this swannery is over 800 years
old, and there is documentary evi
dence that it existed in the time of
On a stretch of low marshy
ground adjoining the Fleet the
swans assemble in March and April
for nesting, and last spring there
were over 400 nests placed closely
together, the entire swannery con
taining 1,150 birds. The birds nair
for life, in that respect resembling
the carrion crow, this being the
most meritorious point in the natu
ral history of that not very popular
-Although each of the 400 nests
of Abbotsbury contains on an aver
age six eggs, of which four or five
are hatched/ so great is the waste
of life among the young cygnets
that only thirty or forty new birds
are added to the flock each year.
.? Currant Juice.
If the stomach is deficient in gas
tric juice so that the unused food
lies there as a weight and presently
sends toward the throat volumes of
acrid gas, indicating a disagreeable
phase of indigestion and later giv
ing its victim* sick headache, then
currant juice should be taken. This
will Work upon the acids of the
food, stimulate the stomach coats
and compel the slow gastric juice
to-do its work. The evil gas will
depart and the headache will go
by this natural medicine. Tho
strained juice of either red or black
currants stewed with but little sugar
will answer the purpose well.
Information For a Stranger.
' Two Celts, one a stranger in the
city, were taking in the sights, and
in the course ot their trip around
town passed the Odd Fellows'
temple in Broad street. The gilt
\ lettering of. the order's initials, "L
I O. O. F.," caught the eyo of the
stranger, who asked:
"What be the maining av that
"That?" asked his companion.
"Why, mon, that shows th* build
ing is jist 100 feet 1011."-Philadel
A yoking lady from London was
visiting for the first time a country
farm. Seeing a cow looking very,
savage, she said to an old farmer,
I "Oh, how savago' that cow locks !"
^Yes, miss; Ifs ?>e red parasol
you are carrvin ?r." sold the farmer.
a trifle ouj.bj lash^orf^bnt I never
thought a; country, cow, would notice
Put your stomach, liver and blood
in healthy condition and you oan defy
disease. Prickly Ash Bitters isa suc
cessful system regulator. Evans Phar
- The average man who scorns to
work for another man is glad enough
of tho chance to "work" him.
- First women subtract from their
age, then they divide it and then they
extract its square root.
- Honc*ty i* the beat policy for
the man you are honest with.
t A Story of Stevenson.
Robert Lome Stevenson wi* about
as strong a lover of the United States
as it would be possible for any man to
be. One night he was present at a
dinner at the British exchange in
Honolulu, an annual affair, to wbioh
all the prominent men were invited.
He consented to attend upon receiving
the express promise of the presiding
officer that ho wouldn't be askod to
do anything, and therefore ooly the
f ow men in his corner of the table had
the pleasure of enjoying his talk as
the dinner warmed up with all hands
and the wine went around. The favors
'were tiny American and British flags
of silk, designed to fit into small sil
ver holders that were providod. An
Englishman present at the dinner,
who had only lately arrived in Hono
lulu, and who had dined too freely,
picked up the tiny American flag at
bi.? plate and insolently swashed it
around in a big stein of ale before
him. while he grinned contemptuous*
ly. An athletic young Amerioan
naval officer closo by him saw the
action, and called the Englishman to
account for it. "That's absent-mind
edness, of course, on your part?" in
quired the naval officer, "No," said
the Englishman, continuing to soak
the American flag in his ale. Steven
son got to his feet-, his eyes very
wrathful. "You should be chastised
for that," he sa*d to the Englishman.
The officer invited the Englishman to
stand up, and when he did so, he was
knocked flat by the naval officer's fist.
The dinner broke up in disorder, and
the offending Englishman was barred
from the olub from that night.-Tho
.- m m - i
Cotton in ? Bad Way.
Washington, Sept. 3.-The monthly
report of the statistician of the de
partment of agriculture issued at noon
to-day, shows the average condition of
cotton August 26 to have been 64, as
compared with 81 '99 July 25; 71.4
August 24, 1901; 68.2 September 1,
1900, and a ten year average of 73.7.
The present unprecedentedly low
average of condition whtob is two
tenths of a point lower than the con
dition September 1, 1896, io duo main
ly to the reports from Te' *B and Ala
bama, in whiob StateB the prevailing
conditions are nothing less than dis
astrous. The average for Texas is
three points lower than at the corres
ponding date in 1895 and 1901, and is
the lowest ever reported for that8tato.
The averages of oonditions in the
different States are as follows: Vir
ginia 80, North Carolina 80, Sooth
Carolina 74, Georgia 68, Florida 75,
Alabama 54, Mississippi 68, Louisiana
70, Texas 53, Arkansas 75, Tennessee
82, Missouri 73, Oklahoma 86, Indian
- Lots of people find marriage a
failure, but the grass widow considers
it only a temporary embarrassment.
- People would get more real en
joyment oat of money if it took them
as long to spend it as it does to earn it.
- Truth may be stranger than
fiction, but the average liar makes a
desperate effort to supply contrary
- A woman never wants to forget
her first love; she never wants to re
member her last.
-? "Now, boys, what is the best and
most appropriate time to thank the
Lord?" No answer. "What does
your father do when sou sit down to
meals?" Small Voioe-"Cuss the
. - The only way for a man to get
even with his wife for nagging him is
to watt and laugh at. her when the
eook gires hera pieoe of her mind.
- Man must take the world as he
finds it-and he must leave it in
pretty much the same condition.
- It's certainly queer how much
more disagreeable and peevish the
child next door is thr.ii your own.
- If a man enjoys his wealth be
fore he has st he never gets riob.
- Some women show their age and
some eover it with a ooat of paint.
- A woman will forgive a man any
thing except his failure to admire her.
- One trouble about obstacles is
that they aro always in the way.
-- After saying all V.e wants is jus
tice, a woman proceeds to kick if her
photograph is a good likeness.
- Of course, a kiss in time doesn't
save nine. If such were the ease the
average girl would gladly wait, awhile.
- You may break, you may shatter
the old hen if you will, but the lan
lady serves it as spring chicken still.
- You can't make something ont of
nothing, but lots of people are capa
ble of getting nothing out of some
- Only a loving mother cac weep
bitter tears over a lost child and then
wield the slip nap energetically when
- A woman oan imagine anything
in the world except what she doesn't
want to imagine.
- Billions-"Married life should be
a case of two souls with but a single
thought." Cynicus-"And the sin
gle thought is generally how to get
the better of each other."
- What is the sense of a woman
having her dress ten inehes longer
than it ought to be and holding it up
fifteen inches higher than is neces
- Many a man's crookedness is
due lo his attempt to make both ends
TURKEY HUNTING AN ART.
Wild Fowl Can Dtatinaulah Marks ot j
s Human Being.
The successful turkey hunter is
probably the most scientific sports
man in the world. He matches him
self against the acutest of all feath
Tho turkey is not only gifted* with
(extraordinary sight, hearing, wari
ness and. alertness/but it knows the
woods better1 than any*mero man
can know them,.and it has distinct
ly tho faculty/of casualty, or reason.
A turkey knows not only that the
appearance of a certain part of the
ground is not right, but also why it
is not right.
It will distinguish readily be
tween marks of passage made by a
wild animal and a human being. Ne
groes assert that it can smell pow
der, just as they believo that a cow
can smell powder, but thero is no ev
idence that its sense of smell is spo- ]
Its power of flight is not great,
nor is it enduring on foot. There
aro many animals which prey upon
it and can outrun it. It has had
to depend for preservation upon its
intellect, and this intellect has
como to be remarkably developed.
Tho turkey is not hard to find
and kill when it is gobbling from
a treetop in tho early spring morn
ing, but the person who goes after
one later in the day must know
his business. It is sometimes taken
in traps made of logs and roofed
with branches, there being an en
trance under the bottom log. Once
inside, having been tolled thero by
parched corn grains,. it travels
around and around looking for an
exit higher than its head.
It is sometimes slain, too, by be
? ing led to a shallow trench dug in
the woods and sprinkled with
parched corn, a V shaped blind hav
ing been prepared thirty yards away,
li shot legitimately, however, at
any. time save at daybreak or when
flying into its roost at night, it
must be called to the hidden gun,
and in this tho science of the
hunter is made manifest.-Chicago
Old Piratea' Laws.
The customs and regulations most
commonly observed on board a buc
caneer aro worth noting. Every pi
rate captain doubtless had his own
set of rules, but there were certain
traditional articles that seem to
have been generally adopted. The
captain had the state cabin, a double
vote in elections, a double share of
booty. On some vessels it was the
captain who decided v/hat direction
to sail in, but this and other mat
ters of moment were oftener settled
by a vote of the company, the cap
tain's vote counting for two. The
officers had a share and a half or a
share and a quarter of all plunder
and the sailors one share each. Booty
was divided with scrupulous care,
and marooning was the penalty of
attempting to defraud tue general
'company if only to the amount of
a goldpiece or a dollar. Every
j man had a full vote in every affair
Arms were always to be clean and
fit for service, and desertion of the
ship or quarters hi battle was pun
ished with death,
Tapped the Trusts.
Washington, Sept. 8.-Thc Demo
orate are hugging themsslves over the
row between Roosevelt and Wall
street, and it looks no if they have
some reason to do so, for when Chair
man Griggs esme baok from a trip to
the metropolis he came with his pook
! eta bulging with greenbacks and gold.
It is said that disgruntled Wall street
losded the Democratic manager un
with funds. This is believed through
I the capital. The trusts are going to
I help the Democrats for the reason
j mentioned in this correspondence be
' fore, namely, that by making the
House D?mocratie with a Republican
Senate, nothing can be done to the
hurt of the trusts.
This is an off year, and capitalists
find that two years are long enough to
patch up peaoe and bring trouble
some poople to terms. They can help
themselves and the Republican party
and the Democratic party all at the
same time and pull out ahead in the
To Care a Cold In ODS Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund the money
if it fails to cure. E. W. Grove's
signature on ever? box. 25c.
Would Not Confess.
A physician, cMled to attend an in
jured Irishman, gave his wife minute
iirections respecting the medicine
presovibed, whioh he insisted the
patient tr ust take in a reonmbent posi
tion, say8 lue Baltimore Sun. The
puzzled woman confided her dilemma
to the husband.
'Tim, dear, hero's yer midioin all
roight, but the doctor do bo after say
in' yes must take it in a reooombaot
posinhin' and never a wan have we in
Tim met the situation with the sug
gestion that 6ho might borrow one.
"Ther's Missis O'Mara.uow, she do al
ways be bevin' things comftablo an'
So tho moro provident neighbor was
was appealed to.
"Missis O Mara, me Tim her. bin
"The poor sc il."
"Yes, an' he's that bad tho doctor
says, 'liiv him his midioin in a re
coombant posishin,1 and Missis O'
Mara we hevn't one in the house.
Wd yez moind givin' me tho loan of
"Faith, an' yet can hev it an' wil
come; but me friend Missis Flaherty
hez it; she borrowed it Chewsday
week-jist around the third oarncr
beyant forninst the pump."
The quest was continued:
"Misses Flaharty, excuse me fr
trublin' yez, me being a sthranger
ontirely to yez, but me man is hurted
and the doctor says: 'No hope of savin'
him ooless yez giv' 'im his midioin in
a recoombant poBishinl' Meself didn't
happen to hev one, so I stepped over
to borrow Missis O'Mara's an' me
takin* it the while, me Tim bein' so
"Moind? Av ooorse not! but, sorra
i the day, Flaharty-he be moighty un
? stiddy betimes-he drapped it on tho
; flnre last night and broke it."
Stops the Cough and Works off the
Laxativo Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No orre, No Pay.
Prioe 25 couts.
- Before a burglar could tunnel
into the money vaults of the Phila
delphia mint he would have to pieroe
a solid rook BO full of veins of water
that the smallest opening ?is imme
diately flooded. The gold vaults are
of steel 7 inches thiok, and the silver
is proteoted by 1 inoh of steel.
- ?'So you wouldn't advise a man
to go into politics unless he has mon
ey," said the beginner. "I didn't
say that," answered Senator Sorghum;
"if you can get somebody else to put
up the money for you go ahead, by all
- Unole-"How old are you, Jim
my?" Jimmy-"I'm thirteen at
home, fourteen at school, and eleven
in the train."
HERE'S A BABY
ITS MOTHER IS WKLt.
IThe baby ts healthy because during (?station
Its mother used tho purely vegetable llnlmsnt
Mother's Friend ts a soothing, softening, relax-1
Ina; oil, a muscle maker, Invlgorator and freshen -
er. It puts new power into your back and hips.
A coming mother rubs lt In from the outside,
with her own pretty fingers,-no dosing and
swallowing of nasty drags-no Inside treatment
- The state of the mother daring gestation may
Influen?a the disposition and whole future of the
childi that ls why mothers should watch their
condition and free themselves from pain. lier
health, that of the child and their lives,depend
on keeping freo from torture, worry and melan
choly. Be of good cheer, strong of heart and
peaceful mind. Mother's Vrlen denn and will
maka you DO. Bearing down pains, morning
sickness, soreness of breast, and Insomnia are
aU relieved and diminished by this wonderful
remedy backed by two score years of success.
Of druggists 91.00
Send for our book-Motherhood-free.
THC BRADFIELD REGULATOR Co.
State of South Carolina,
County of Anderson.
By B. Y. H. Nance, Judge of Frobate.
Whereas, H. P. Sitten bea applied
to me to grant bim Letters of Adminis
tration on the Estate and effects of Rachel
Th nan avr? thsrsfors tC Cits ???.d admon
ish all kindred and creditors or the said
Bacbel Swords, deceased, to be and
appear bofore me in Court of Probate, to
bo held at Anderson C. H. ou t JO 23rd day
of September, 1902, after publication here
of, to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not be
granted. Given under my hand, this
4th day of September. 1902.
R. Y. FI NANCE, Probate Judge.
Sept 10, 1902 _12_2
NO r ICE.
At the regular meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners to be held on
Tuesday, the 7th day of October next, a
Steward for the County Home for the
poor will be elected. All persona desir
ing the position are requested to file their
applications In writing with the clerk of
tue board, on or before 0 o'clock p. m.,
Monday, the 6th day of Ootober.
J.1?. VAN DIVER,
?opervisor A. O.
ttdge of Probate's Salo.
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDEKBON.
In the Omit of Common Pleas.
io. C. Watkins, M Administrator of the
Baute of William Jenkins, deceased,
Plaintiff, against Kittie Jenkins, Sam.
Jenkina and othera; Dnfendasta.
In obedience to the order of sale grant
1 herein I will sell in front of the Court
ouse in the City of Anderson, S, C.,
iring the usual hours of Mles, ou Sa?,es
iy in October next, tho Real Estate as
?cribed aa follows, to wit:
All that Tract or parcel of Land, situate
Anderson County, State aforesaid,
mtaining eighty-two (82) arron, more or
sa, adjoining landa of W. D, Garrlsou,
L. Eskow and Blue Rldue Railroad.
Terms of8alc-Cash. Tobe compiled
ith in one-half hour or premises re-sold
i the risk of former purchaser. Pur
?asor to pay extra for naporn.
R. Y. II. NANOK,
Judge of Probato as Special Referee.
Sept 10, 1002 12_4
udge of Probate's Sale. | i\
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ANDERSON Cou NT V.
In thc Court of Common Plats.
lliza A. Caldwell, .los. Herry Price and
others. Pial uti tifa, agni out Newton J.
Nowell, iu his own right and SH Execu
tor of the Will of Ismali J, Newell, I ci
deceased, Mrs. I. M. Newell aud others, n
In obedience to tho order nf sale grant
d herein, I will sell in front of the Court P
Iouae in the City of Anderdon, S. C., on o
ialesday in October next, durlug the *j
laual hours of sale, the tollowlug de
cribed Real Estate, to -wit : tl
All that certain piece, parcol or Tract of n
jand, Bituate in Hall Township, County n
nd Slate aforesaid, coutainlug ono bau
Ired and forty-nine acree, more or leas,
ind adjoining lands of Mrs. Emma Seig
er, Mrs. Margaret Burton and others,
ind known as the Thomas J. Newell
Terms Of Sale-Cash. Puiohaiier to pay
>xtra for paper?.
R. Y. H. NANCE,
Judge of Piobate as Special Referee.
Sept 10, 1002_te_4 _
Land Near the City for Sale.
I will sell at Anderaon Court House on
3a!eBday io October next two Tracts of
:ho B. A. Bolt Land, lying four miles
Wont of the City of Anderson, one Traci
containing 125 acres, and tbs other 29}
acres, adjoining eaoh other, on waters of
Ssueroatee Creek, adjoining land of Mrs.
Amanda J. Allen and others, being part
af the Pr?vost Linds purchased of E. P.
Sloan and J. R. Vandlver.
Terms-One-third nash, balance twelve
months, with interest from day of aale,
seoured by mortgage.
Sept 3, 1902_ll_4_
UND FOR SALE.
t!?~% Sf ACRES of good Farm Land.
Ulil Tbrae Tracts. In Hones. Path
Township. For information and termB
apply to JOEL M. HARPER,
R. F. D. Route No. 8. Anderson, 8. C.,
or J. C. HARPER,
Box 321, Anderson, S. C.
August 20, 1902 10 4?
LAND FOR SALE.
ONE Tract, whereon B. C. Crawford
now lives, 204 acres, two miles Eaat of
Clemson College, and adjoining landa of
same. Good dwelling, barn, &o.
One Tract, woodland, about 30 acres.
One mlle S. W. of Pendleton.
For prices oall and see or address
J. J. SITTON, Agent,
Pendleton, S. C.
Aug 27. 1902_10_2m
117 acre Farm In Brushy Creek Town
ship, 8 miles from Piedmont, inolnding 8
aorea creek bottom, good dwelling, two
tenant houses, good water, public road to
Greenville running through place, a pas
ture and good timber. Apply to
W. af. SMITH,
Westminster, S. C., Box 245.
August 20, 1902 9_
I have just received a Car Load of
the Celebrated, High Grade MIL
BURN WAGON8. If you need a
Wagor. call and see them. They are
built right, and will please you.
J. 8. FOWLER.
WHEREAS we, tbs undersigned and our astocl
aies and bucoassors, desire to form ourselves into a
Corporation to be known by tbs name of Tennes
tee, Georgia and South Carolina Ballroad Compa
ny, for the purpose of building and operating a
railroad, one terminus of which shall be within
the City of Anderson, in Anderson County,
and Stnto of South Carolina, and the other
on the West B&nndary of Oconeo County, in the
State aforesaid, which said line of Ballroad so as
aforesaid beginning in the City of Anderson, in
the County and State aforesaid, will pass from lu
terminus through the following Townships in the
County of Andertou, to wit :-Anderson County,
Centreville and Fork Townships: and will also
pass through the following Townships In the Coun
ty of Oconee in said State, to wit:-tenter, Tilla
loo, Wagner and Ch at tooga : aa also through tho
following towns or Tillages in said Cornily. to wit :
at or near the town of Westminster, and at or
near the town of Walhalla.
And. whereas, among the other rights and priv
ileges the subscribers desire to have granted unto
tnem the right to exercise the power to condemn
lands for rights of way. depots, station houses,
side tracks, and all other necessary purposes.
Mow, therefore, public notice ls hereby given
for at least a period of four ?eeks in advance, that
the subscribers will, on the Gth day of September,
A.D., 1302, file in the office of the Secretary of
State of South Carolina a wrltteo declaration and
petition and make application there on said day,
as required by law, for a Charter, which, among
other rights and privileges, shall grant unto them
tho right to exercise the power to condemn land
for the rights of way, depots, station bouses, ?Ide
tracks, and other necessary purposes, within the
Counties of Anderson and Oroneo in slid Stato.
Witness our hands this thn 25tb day of August,
A.D. 1U02. WILLIAM B. FKINK,
COLUMBUS O. HAIGH.
Sept 8. 1902_ll_4_
WILL let to the lowest responsible bid
der on Saturday, the 20th day of Septem
ber, inBt., at ten o'clock a. ta., tbe build
ing o* & bridge over Generostee creek at
Hardscrabble Mills, in Savannah town
Alaoon Thursday.25th inst., at3 o'clock
p. tn. the builcllnorof ? bridge over Three
and-Twenty crook at Pendloton Factory,
in Pendleton township.
Also, on Friday,the 2t>th inst., at ten
o'clock a. m., the building of a bridge
over Eighteen-M ile creek, and known as
the Gantt bridge, on road through Long
house place in Pendleton township.
Also on same day at '?'> o'clock p. m.,
the building of a bridge over Eighteen
Mllo<crook at Gantt's mill, near Bruce's
Ford, in Pendleton township.
Rr?ervlng the right to accept or reject
any or all old?.
J. N. VAN DIVER, Sup'r A. C.
Aotice ot Final Settlement.
THE underalgned, Administratrix ol
Estate of Calhoun Newton, dee'd, here
by gives notioe that she will on the 10th
day of October, 1902, apply to the Judge
of Probate of Anderaon County, 8. C,
for a Final Settlement of aaid Estate,
and a discharge from her ofllce as Ad
MARY ALICE NEWTON, Extr'x.
8ept 10,1902 12 5?
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t not only prevents but completely
ares chills, fevers, night sweats and
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ut, nourish your system, restore appe
l?, purify the blood. It ha9 cured
tiousands of cases of cb i IIB, fevers and
malaria. It will cure you or your
louey back. This is fair. Try it.
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sas- From this date until further
notice we will close our doors at 3
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our customers and friends to attend
jo their business before that hour.
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