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Bestows that Health and
Vigor that Makes Liv-,
ing a Pleasure.
If you arv ?ck and ?nii-o?-soris, it is in your
Ironer to make, youisv?? healthy, sUung, arid
'there is not thc slightest reason why you
sbouldgo t xroughlife fec'ilng sickly, miserable,
|an"uid, ai d melancholic, 'foyLe well raid
strang, mc in? happiness 4ri<J tntfc joy.
If you ?re sleepless, rheumatic, neuralgic,
dvjpeptic, or have the shadows of disease
hovering over you; ii you are not as bright,
energetic, ?nd tfxong as voa were some weeks
.".. "th" cf Paine'? Cc?spcur.d 'jill
Tone up anil fortify your whole system, cleanse
the blood, correct digestion, sharpen the
-. petite, and conduce to restful sleep. Thous
and* once in u half-dead'..condition"owe their
j resent good health to t'ne \i:;e of Paine's
Celery Compound. Mr. Wm; S. Gibson, of
rieasureville, Ky., who, through sickness and
suffering, was brought near thc dark grave,
writes as follows, regarding his marvelous
.< I have been broken down in health and
strength, nervous system shattered, kidneys
out of order, had.nervous and trembling spells
off and on for the last ten years. I have taken
three bottles of your Paine's Celery Compound'
and all of the abpve-menticiied troubles have
left me, and I can now dp a good day's work.
I go about my business all daylong anet it
don't worry nie, ?nd ? now feel better ithan I
have in ten years. I have a good appetite;
and can cot and get around oh foot as active
as when I was a boy. My age is 65 years.') ?
Color Jackets, Goats, Cipes,
Ribbons, Neckties, Waists,..
Stocking* will not ftd* oe crock when dyed wftb
Diamond Dy?. DJ?iTCtloo book sud 45 dyed ssmpbf >
frc?. DIAMOWD DYB3,; Butfagtoa, Vt?
It chanced that one pf those in
judicious persons ; whoso name K is
legion on some occasion pressed
through the circle gathered -around
Mr. Browning and incontinently,
asked him ta. e^i?iin there and then
a difficult passage in ono of his own
poems-a passage where probably
the masterful .thoughts elbowed ?acn
other for precedence. "Upon? my:
.word, I don't iknow what itimeans;"
said the poet, .laughing, as Ketclosed
the volume > thrust into his hands.
"I advise yera to ask the browning
society.' They'll tell you all about
A Bad Half. ,
A negro couple were in police
court at Topeka on a charge which
grew , out of their'quarrels. The
evidence was heard, and'the judge,
thinking to harmonize the family's
domestic relations, told the wife
that she was too ?asily led by the
gossip about her husband; that sfieV
mustn't believe-all the'stories told
by enemies.. " Deed I don't belieb
ell de lies du tells on .Jim," ehe re
sponded. ; "I doesn't belieb moah 'n
half ob dem. But half bb dem lies,
jedge, makes him a low down, onery
nigger."--Kansas City Journal. Sj
Nothing to Crow About. \
lattle Arthur was visiting bis
grandmother, who owned a. large
rooster that was possessed of fight
ing qualities. Arthur went out to
feed the chickens, when .the rooster
flew ut him, pecking him severely.
Arthur beat bim off as well as he
could and finally got, away and ran
to the house: Some time later he
was playing on the porch, when all
at. once tho"roostcr flew upon an ad
joining fence and crowed lustily.
Arthur looked up and exclaimed;
"You lie I You lie 1 .You'didn't
.lick me! Irunnedl". m:ff:.
A Narrow Eecape.
j^ V Dutchman was relating his
marvelous escape from death when
thirteen of his companions were
drowned by the upsetting of a boat
and, he alone was saved.
. '''And how. did vbu escape their
fate*?", asked .ose.of his hearers.
"I tirTnot go in te poat," was the
"What is thia?" asked the crusty
;boarder,,poking at something; in his
uish.-,Wh?e h? turtled a glaring RV*
,on the landlady. '
i "That, Sir. Saase^h," explained
the chatelaine of the feedery, "is
one of the new predigested foods. I
Sthought my boarders might appreci
ate thc introduction of a novelty of
"Predigested, eh?" growled J?r
fSosseigh. "It looks prehistoric to
mel" ; \ ________
: Amoiig ants there is much the
?same divisi?n of labor.as among;
ibees hnd a more compHcotediseries!
M?:in?ividual?, for wo find noKonty
itKo neuters, which performs aUltlib;
(working functions of the ?bive,Uho(
m^es and tho queens, but > we ?Eave
m sonic species a special class*
.known as soldier ants, wbich^havej
^Wonderfully powerful heads
(jaws and parrarra no other ?n^^g
(fcKon to defendltho ?f?rmiwryjirmd?
Tot Infante and Children.
m mi Yes ta iiways feagM
-.-Thir^ is a ? crest differeto^ ie
?the Way a woman tills you how ah
likes you and tho w?y sho proves it.
; Freakish Acts off Monday's Cycleae.
Gainesville, Ga.t June3.~-Mirao?ea
j played au important part m Monday's
cyolone, which journeyed through tho
eouther? part of Gainesville ;\ud* tho
upper portion of HaU o?ui?ty, for,
while death was hurled tx ^r?a and
injuries to thrice that uuraber, there
are thousand a alive and well to-day
who owe their escape from death to
the freaks and whims < of the giant
wind demon, nealon** stogies, like
talon of fishing ?omatimes or?ate
doubt in the minda of those who stay
ed at home, hui unlike the fish atones,
the absurdities of the Gainesville cy
clone are proven by fact and seores of
"For iuBtauce, it is hard to imagine a
ut raw being blown, bodily into a tree,
yet this was done in several i OB tances
hore laut Monday evening. It is still
? more strenuous'oiTert to stretch the
mind to the point of believing that
cows' were picked up bodily from
strange lands end brought through
.various shifting scenes, to a country
foreign to their past wanderings. Yet
there are strange co^s ~3 Gainesville
-the sam? cows probably that are
missing from their country barnyards
many miles away.
I have talked with the little boy-?
his name is Cony-who took the
flight through space on the wings pf
the cyclone. Two other children are
reported ic hr.TC m?de ? eliuuar juur
ney, but thi3 little fellow io particu
lar told a wonderful story, for ea?
which were not accustomed to the re
herod of miraculous doings.
. ; Cody was in tho fifth story of thc
Gainesville cotton mills when the cy
clone came. He heard the roaring and
whistling and saw the dark cloud com
ing. Like scores of others, he ran tc
the window and looked out.
; - "I remember seeing a dark thins
coming right against the mill," he
tells mo in childish s^szement, "hui
the next thing I remember is when 1
Woke up and found two men carrying
me on their shoulders."
- That Cody ever awoke to tho lattei
situation is. what makes the story ol
his adventure wonderful. . The truth
is the lad.was blown from the window,
high through the air and almost gent
ly, if that word oan figure in the voca
bulary of a oyolone story,' placed upor
tho railroad embankment. ' From
fri gb t and IOSB of breath, ho was mo
montai ly unconscious. Otherwise h<
was in the pink of condition when ht
reached the earth. Many saw hil
wild ride on the wind and cnn vou?l
for his statement and for mine.-At
lanta Journal. J
Heat as a Home Remedy.
There is .scarcely any simple ail
ment in which heat may not be ad van
tageous if used understandingly. Bruis
es and sprains are better treated hi
heat, than oold. It may be applied ai
a local bath or as a fomentation.
Colic pains in infants nre quieted
by tho applications cf dry- heat af tc
the manner of our grandmother, wiv
knew tho value of hot flannels and tin
importance of warm feet and hands
If the heat applied over the abdomei
does not still the pain, try it on th
spine. This often produces a quio tin,
effeot at once.
An incipient peritonitis or pneu
monia may bo checked by hot applier
tions accompanied by rest and fast
ing, 'cr at least abstinence from coli
For earache er toothache, heat, eitb
er moist or dry, will usually give niuo
If the child cannot breathe with th
mouth shut, heat applied over th
nose will be apt tc open the nasal pase
ages and give relief.
in headaches, a hot foot and han
bath are often beneficial. A ho\
water bag over the storaeoh will prc
mote digestion. Spinal irritation an
sleeplessness are frequently relieve
and permanently benefited by appli
cation cf heat.
A knowledge of the value of heat i
of great value to the mother Of "croi
py" children.--American Mother, t
Coras Blood ano Skin Diseases, ifohia
Humors, Eczema, Scrofula, Etc,
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catarrh or any blood Or skin -disoas
we advise you to take Botanio Bloc
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Describe trouble, and fie? medical i
Vice sont in sealed lotter. Sold
Anderson by Orr-Gray Drag Co., W
bite & Wilhito and Evana Pharma?
- Tho oldest man in Ohio has j\
ulyu ni tuc ago O* ??i? auiidrc? ?
j ten, leaving a ono-hundrod-an^-'
j year old widow, to whom he had b<
I married for eighty-five years.
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Makins Paper From Cornstalks.
Wonders will neeroingly never oease
-OSDGdiaUp toiler. JA.? pl..? 3.
concerned. One would think that
Arith auch an anomaly as that of a 'big
grass plant futni?hing both sugar and
vinegar, ship-is.de packing and silk
the limit hud been reached, but now
comes word from Washington that the
department of ogrioulturo has die
I covered a way to make from the porn
plaut the pspsr ca whie?r to write Ha
marvelous history for thc benefit cf
posterity. In a special dispatch it is
stated that experiments have been
carried on by Uncle Sam in the Illi
nois city of Kan-Kakeo for some time
in. tho making of paper from corn
stalkB and that success had been
ach i o ved to such an extent that as
soon as the 1903 crop of stalks shall
have roaohed the propor stage of Ma
turity the machinery will bo ready to
begin the manufacturer of paper on an
extended oommeroial soale.
Samples of the corn paper have
been received at tho department.
Three grades aro made-one from the
shell of the stalk, one from the pith
and a third from the- husk or shuck.
The paper made from the pith is, ac
cording to dopartment experts, nearly
equal to a fine grade of liacn goods.
It is also stated that the production of
paper to tho given quantity of raw ma
terial is such as to justify large ro
turas and in that manner permit the
payment to the farmers of more money
than the stalks are worth for feeding.
In-order also that the stalks may be
obtained at the proper stage of matur
ity a machine has been invented and
is now being built that takes the en
tire plant, ear and all, in at one end
and after husking out the ears breaks
up the remainder into tho form in
which it is needed for further treat
ment. This will enable the paper
makers to buy the stalks in the field,
husk out the grain, and thea le* the
farmer haul it away. There is a
Scotch proverb which says that "those
who live longest will see mostferlies"
(wonders) bu? it was hardly to bo
thought that, after all these years of
experimentation, oom paper would
become an accomplished faot-Breed
Cotton ?rea Increased.
New York, May 29.--The Journal
of Commerce wiii today issue the re-,
suits of a careful investigation of the
acreage planted in cotton, the con
dition of tue plant and the progress
of farm work. Therre results in brief
First, an in?rense, to be exaot, of
eight-tenths of 1 per cent in the area
under 1 cultivation; second, a decrease
bf 16.9 points ir^eondition, and third..
agreement that the -season is two or
three weeks late.
In: .other words, an increase of 224,
422 aorefr as indicated, while the
crop's average condition is 75, com
pared with 91.9 reported last year
by virtually . the ontuc correspond
The returns are from 1,800 corres
pondents whole reports bear average
dato of May 24. North Carolina re
ports an increased area of 6 per cont
or 68,343 acres ; South Carolina 4 per
cent, or 89,671 aores; Georgia three
tenths of 1 one per cent, or 2,661
aores; Alabama, a decrease of 3 per
cent, or 109,769 aores; Mississippi, a
decrease of 1 per cent or 22,701 acres.
Louisiana and Texas no chang? from,
last year; Arkansas, increase of 6 per
cent, or 120,418 acres; Tennessee, in
crease of 2 per cent, or 12,150 aores;
the Indian Territory, an increase of
5 per cent or 33>685 acres.
In condition, North Carolina re
ports a decrease of 10 Y~" cent; South
Carolina of 17 per cent; Georgia of 22
per cent; Florida of 10 per cent; Ala
bama cf 15 per cent; Mississippi of 9
percent; Louisiana 12percent; Texas
21 per cent; Arkansas 15 per cent;
Tennessee 10 per ce nt, and Indian Ter*
liinrti . Iii ?v?? ?A??* .
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Dead 2i> Years-Sow ls Alive.
Rooheste'r, May ?).-A Btrange ro
mance was narrated to Chief of Police
Cleary today by a man who was sup
posed to have been dead for years. It
was told by a man who had oome from
Mount Hope Cemetery, where he had
road bia epitaph on a tombstone' and
then razed tl s stone to the ground.
And it was told to a man who had act
ed as pallbearer for the man supposed
to have boon dead.
Twenty-eight years ago thia month
the body of a mau was found floating
in a mill raoe^here and identified as
that of William H. Stone. The iden
tification was made positive by Mi:
Stoho, the supposed widow. The
105th New York infantry, of which
ho had been a member, adopted a me
morial and attended the funeral in a
$ody.' Cheif of Police Cleary, then a
: policeman, was one of the pallbearers.
The burial was in the Stone family
plot in Mount Hopo. To-day Stone
suddenly appeared and fully identified
himself *to hia family and police. He
has beau a wanderer.
iNasativ? Bromo Aoinfee
Cures ?Co?t! InOnoDoy. Gtffia 2 Days
"Mogal"-.- Trame Morora/
Under tho great obed of *tJnion Su.
?ion panting monstora of steel and
iron glide io almost every hour from
"rues" of hundreds of miles.
A little oil ia poured on their bear
ings, a wiper goes . over the .shining
shaft, a nut ia tightened, a sorew ad
justed, and they are ready onoe more
for another trip.
Locomotives of tho present day
typify tho essence of human ingen
Economy is the factor whioh has
had much to do with their existence. !
Saving in coal, saving in time, sav
ing in repairs, and a capacity to do
riioro work at. ICBB expenso aro the
guiding stars of tho men who make
these great traine uiovurt*.
Slowly it has been realized that
though it may require twice as mueh
coal to give the Morgul, tho Pacific or
the Atlantic locomotive power to go a
given distance as a cheap or old-time
engine, still they can make the dis
tance half again as fast, oarry a train
twioo as heavy and at tho end of . the !
run need no repairs.
Because of the knowledge that a
mistake will cost many human lives,
the improvement in locomotives has
been comparatively slow.
Theories were of but little use in
railway engines, j
Practical imnrovemflnta t?erc seed
Less than fifty years ago an engine
weighing fifty tons was regarded with
Its wonderful speed of twenty miles
an hour was oommented upon, and its
trains of ten or twelve freight oars
were regarded as the acme of traffic
Driving wheels from forty to fifty
inches high carried these trains.
The smokestacks were often five
feet high, and terminated in bulges
from whioh the smoke poured in im
Since that day of these "iron mon
sters" looomotive building has under
gone a complete change.
Almost all things which were re
garded as imperatively necessary havo
been found sot only unnecessary, but
in the way.
The small boiler has given plaoe to
huge boilers, often extending far back
into the cab of the engineer.
The high amokestaok has been out
down from 60 to 20 inoheB, and is al
most completely lost to view behind
the hugo headlight.,
Driving wheels are now from 80 to
84 inohes diameter end the fire box
has been raised from the center of
gravity to a degree which would have
caused tho old-timer to predict certain
The speed attained is from fifty to
sixty miles an honr for jours at a
time, -and the trains hauled may be
fifty heavy freight oars or a line of
from twelve to fourteen heavy passen
ger cars, one of whioh would have
stalled the engine of fifty yeera ago.
The weight of these engines is from
100 to 150 tons.
The Pacifie locomotivos of the Chi
cago and Alton weigh 219,000 pounds
and have driving wheels SO inohes in
The new Burlington engines weigh
300,000ponnds andar? what is known as
the "Atlautio" type. Their driving
wheels are 84 inches in diameter.
Speed is the chief essential with them.
It is generally believed that the
new engines of the Illinois Central are
unequaled in their class. Especially
is this said to be true of the twelve
wheel f "-eight locomot i vea recently put
into use by the company.
" These locomotives weigh 232,000
pounds and are built for power.
One of the sights of Union. Station
is the great B:g Four engine, No. 399,
whioh weighs more than 100 tons and
has a speed of soventy miles an hour.
The Wabash and the Iran Mountain
also have several very large locomo
tives.-St. Louis Republic
You Con Keep Cool
Don't get exoited.
Bathe daily in tepid salt water.
Cut. down the daily meat suppl).
Substitute cold cereals for hot ones.
Dispense with heavy soups.
Turn your baok on rion desserts.
. ' Have plenty of berries, fruit*, veg
etables, custards and oold puddings.
< Keep the house darkened through
the heat of the day.
Lie down every afternoon.
Don't plunge iced drinks into a
Leave off all unnecessary fixings,
and be oontent to look neat and oool.
m o' mm _
-- Paper gloves and stockings are
now being manufactured in Europe.
As to the manner in which the former
is made little is known, but tho stock
ings hav'e been carefully examined by
exports, and they are loud in their
praioo of them. It is olaimed that
they will last almost as long as ordi
- If man's first lovo is himself ho
never find? a aatib/actory suocusuur.
- At the sge of thirty a woman
regrets that her past didu't begin a
few years later.
Gr?hs?n Pock, ? wow-known author
ity on snakes, was asked hit) opinion
regarding a snake's hypnotic powers.
Hts reply was as follows:
"There ia a certain power to fasci
nate in snake's eyes and movements.
I saw only the other day a ty pi o al il
lustration of the power of a snake to
"Over in the pino woods I saw a
ground squirrel fascinated by a blaok
gopher anaae. Tho forked tongue
darted out of the snake's mouth almost
as rogularly and rapidly as the needlo
of a sewing machine rises and falls.
The squirrel seemed to watch it spell
bound. Tho snake crept slowly near
er. When tho gopher snako was with
in two or three indies of tho squirrel
it gavo a leap and tbrow three, coils
about tho squirrel. Instantly the
spell was gono. .Tho fascination or
charm thero had been over tho . littlo
animal was no doubt broken tho very
moment tho serpent's coils wore about
tho squirrel, for tho animal gavo
three convulsive, terrified chirps and
realized that its death moment bed
"I belicvo implioity that all snakes
have a certain degreo of power to fas
cinate their victiufs to death. Black
snakes, gopher snakes and racers havo
the power of a large degree. Rattle
snakes bave the most fascinating pow
er among all the poisonous serpents in
the southwest. Thc indications of
charming among poisonous snakes are
deooiving sometimes. Poisonous snakes
fang their prey onoo only. The poison
does not kill at once. The viotim
flutters to a branch, it maybe, or rune
a short distan ;o and stop . Tho
snake watches it. The poison does
it? deadly work, and the bird falls.
Any ono who comes up, not having
Been the attack, might bc readily de
ceived into imagining that it was the
glenco ofaho snake and not the poison
that oaused the victim to fall."-De
troit Free Press.
Paid in his own Coln.
The physician was overtaken by a
storm on a cold winter night,' and
rather than drive ten miles home, ho
put np at the tavern keeper's house.
He and his host sat for an hour or two
before they went to bed at a table on
which a bottle of whiskey stood.
They talked pleasantly, but neither
took anything to drink. What, there
fore, was the physician's surprise in
the morning to find on his bill a
charge of 50 cents for whiskey.
"Why, man, I drank none of your
whiskey," he said to tho tavern keep
"Ma,ybe you did'nt," the other re
plied, "bu? you might as well. It
was there on the table for you."
The physician paid the 50 cents,
and a week or two later he put up at
the '.avern again. This time he ran
up a bill of good size. What with
the things he ate and drank and sm?k
ed seated with the landlord at tue
table, his medicino case before him,
his acoount came to something like
In the morning when he got his bill
-it was $5 exactly-he gave the land
lord, instead of cash, a receipted bill
of his own for a Uko amount. At
this bill the landlord started.
"Medioine, S5.Q0!" ho exclaimed.
"What doee thia mean? I have'nt
taken any of your medicine!"
"But, my friend, why did'nt you?"
said the physician. "It lay before you
on the table all last even;-..g."
-- AH waves are moro or less dan
gerous-and the waves of a pretty,
girl's handkerchief are usually more.
.-- While you are sympathizing with
a hen-peoked husband also sigh for his
Woman'* greatest dream of beauty and
glory is when natara bas chosen her to
become a mother. Every faculty is keenly
meit and her natur* the finest aa 6ho fore
seen tho joy, tho ambition, tho success and
tho life-long satisfaction coining, coming
rearer, day ny day, in tho dear and innocent
being so soon to seo light, and the very
uncertainty whether sho shall seo a sweet
Kiri face or a brava boy faco beside her on
tho pillow, adds ?est to her expectancy.
Then, if ever, sho shonld take care of her
physical, mental and moral health.
MOTHER'3 FRIEND applied externally
throughout pregnancy will rolievo tho pain
of parturition, and no mothor and child can
fail to bo healthy, hearty, strong, clear corn
pit .-.ioned, pura blooded, calm nerved and
cheerful in disposition, who are mutually
Inuuenced for months by the continued use
of Mother's Friend.
Of druggists ai.CO
Oar treatise "Motherhood" mailed frc?.
THC BRADFIELD REGULATOR CC.
Read what a prominent Wholesale Grocer of Spar
tanburg, S. C., has to say of this wonderful remedy:
The writer has been a sufferer
with catarrh in tho head for 15 years.
During that period. I havo tried
many catarrh remedies. I was treat
ed nnd operated on by an eminent
physician. For several years I got
no Detter. I then went West where
I was treated by a nromhientcatarrh
specialist. Tho disease had made
mo deaf and my hearing was getting
vrcrso. To suy ihc least, i . -ad given
up in despair. I saw advertised tes
timonia!.'? of truthful friends who
had used Tolotan. I procured this
remedy and to my surprise, found
at onco,' great benefits.
I heartily recommend Tolotan
to all oulTerera of catarrh.
To-Lo-Tan is a complete treatment for catarrh,
being a combination of two distinct remedies that act
in harmony, absolutely cleansing the system of every
trace of the disease. Treatment $1.00.
If your druggist docs not keep To-Lo-Ton, write to
Tolotan Go., Knoxville, Tenn.
- or -
WHITE RIBBON REMEDY.
No taste. No odor. CHU he gi?en in glus of
water, tea or conto without patient'? knowledge.
W h ito Ribbon Remedy will euro or d?stroy tho
diseased appotito Tor alcoholic 8tlinul?uts, wheth
er the nat I cut la a continued insbriat?, a .'ti pier,"
aociaS drinker or drunkard. Impo?8lMo for any
ono to have an appetite for alcoholic liquors after
using White Ribbon Remedy.
Indorsed by Members of w. C. T. U.
Mrs. Moore, press auncrintenii-mi of Woman's
Christian Tempor?neo Union, Ventura, Callfor
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on very obstinato drunkards, and tbo cures have
beon many. In tunny oases the Home ly was glv>
en secretly. I cheerfully recommend and indorse
Whit? Ribbon Remedy. Mombers of our Union
aro delighted to And an economical treatment tn
aid us in our temperance work."
Druggists or hy mail, fl. Trial packago free by
writing Mrs. A. M. Townsend, (for years Heornta
ry of a Woman's Christian Temperance Union,)
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Sept 17,1002 . 18 ly
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cares colds, preve?is pneumonia,
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B. F. MAULD.U?. Cashier.
TH? largest, strongest Bank in tb
Interest. Paid on Deposits
By special agreement,
With r-UBur passed facilities and reaour?
ces we are at all times prepared to ac
oommodate our customers.
Jan 10,1900 29
College of Charleston,
J Charleston, S. C.
H8th Year Begins September 25.
Letters. .Science, Engineering. One
Scholarship to each County of South
Caroline. Tuition ?40. Board and fur
nished room in dormitory, 910 per month.
All candidates for admission ar9 permit
ted to compete for Boyce ttcholarships,
which pay 8100 a year.
For catalogne, address
Notice to Creditors.
ALL personn having demands against
thc Batata cf Mr. P. F. Farmer dee'd
are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to tho undersigned,
within the time prescribed by law, and
those Indebted to make puvmont.
E. B. FARMER,
Juno 3, 1903 50 S
makes kidneys and bladder right.
Have yor- a ?oed horse or mule? If so,
bring him to W. M. Wallace, an experi
enced hand in ali kinds of Horse Shoeing.
I have studied Horse 8boeing under ex
perienced men from ' the North-have
done all the race-shoeing for them. I
have some of my work I would like to
?how you. ?Don't forget I am doing
Wagon and Buggy Work at a very low
price. All work guaranteed. You will
.find me on the corner below Jail. Look
or my sign._W. M. WA LL, ACE.
CITY LQTSFOR SALE.
. SITUATF1> ou and near North Main
Street. Fi'.e minuten' walk Court House.
Apply to J. F. CUnkscalos, Intelligencer
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, J?SClt?ni?? and buntlAea th? hate.
MIMSail '* WU ? 11 1 * Icr-irln.-:* growth.
???Ra wfll Nov?r S"?ils to Kastore Gray
KTKV&^r :J1 Hklr to Ita Youthful Color.
Anderson County Mutual Ben
efit Associaion of America.
The Anderson County Mutunl Benefit
Association of America writes the cheap
est insurance of tho day. The plan la to
tako one thousand people, men and wo- '
men, hlud thom together in a business
way to help each other in time of need
and trouble. You only pav when one
die?. K you join now your first payment,
pays you up until Jauuary, 1004, unless
we IOHO one of our members, If the hand
of Providence should sever the silver
thread that holds tho life of ono ot our
loved ones, friend or neighbor, who
would het 'tato a moment on paying the
little sum of One Dollar and ten cents to
roplaoe the. amount and pay expenses
paid out on death claim. Consider the
matter, examine and Btudy our plan.
You are; receiving insurance o protect
your family at aotual cost. Don't stand
back, let our agencies write you up at
If there ls anything you wiBh to know
in regard to the poliuy call on any of the
agenta and they will take pleasure in
explaining the policy to you. Remem
ber this 1B the only opportunity ever
presented lo you at actual coat. Toa
owe it to your family, you owe it to your
self to secure their protection in caso yon
are taken away from them. If you are
over thirty years of age this ia the only
chance you will havo of getting in.
After 1,009 members have been secured
no one over thirty gets in, and he only
to roplaco a deceased member.
N. R. GREEN, Pres.
J. M. PAYNE, Sec. and Treas.
Foley's Honey and Tar
torchttdrea,saie,8ure. No opiates.
are the most fatal of all dis
'JO KIDNEY CURE ls ft
d Buarantfiid (tenaty
or money refunded. Contains
remedies recognized by emi
nent physicians as the best for
Kidney and Bladder troubles*
PRICE 50c* and $1.00?
FOR SALE BY EVANS' PHARMACY
BANNER 8A t.VB
tho moat healing salvo in tho world.
General Repair Shop,
AL Li kinds of Blacksmithing, Wood
Work, Painting, Trimming, Rubber
Tiras and Rubber Horseshoeing. All
done at short notice by first-class work
men. We don't claim to be the only
first-ciuss workmen in town, but as good
aa any in tho South. Our work ohowa
for Itself. Work and Prlcea guaranteed.
Call and see our work and get pilcos.
Bring your Buggies aud have them re
paired and made as nice and good as new
for Soring aod Hummer drives.
Yours for business,
J. P. TODD.
P. 8.-Horie Shooing a Specialty.
March ll, 1003 ' 38_
S. G. BRUCE,
?VER D. C. Brown ?fc Bro'a. Store,
South Main Street.
I .bave U5 years experience lu my pro
fession, and will be pleased to work for
any who want Plates made. Filling done,
and I make a specialty of Extracting
Teeth without pain ana with no after pain.
Jan 23,1901 SI
Wall Papering and Painting.
THE undersigned has a superior lot of
Wall Paper and Bordering which I will
sell io the roll ata very low price. I will
also Paper and Paint your house at a,sat
isfactory price. If you need any paper
ing or want your house painted give me
*Q. L. ARNOLD, Dopot Street.
Feb ll, 1903_34 Om
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Quickly M Mr tain our opinion freo ?hether an
invent MI la acobaMrmMi?itM?, Communloa.
f ions luridly coundon lal. Handbook on Patent*
lent freo. OUto.it aponry tor NHIW potent*.
Talents taken tli''?ccu Munn & Co. rccctTf
rptt?il ?ofloe, wlthou? charge, In, tko ^
$deifif ic Jimerican.
A handsomely Ulu-drated \reokty. Tamoat cift
eatsttofl ci nr.r getdseMfl icarsai, WM? 53 a
rear: fourniontlia.fi. SoW byan ncwsdralom.
MUNN &Go.38!?T^ New Yort
Branch O nico. 625 F BU Washington. Due?. .