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Awakening from a stat o of lethar
gy, Comte Raymond de Villcmcro
beheld his doctor gazing on him
"Saved once more!" breathed the
comte, and he smiled aa li? Wretch
ed out his arms.
"My poor friend/' sighed the doc
The-sick man stared aghast.
''Pull yourself together," he con
tinued. "You are a man who can
stand the truth."
"What do you mean?"'
"Your symptoms are those of the
aA curious plague. When tho
?tate of lethargy ft over, the patient
has three lucid hours, at the cud of
?which he dies suddenly."
"Xow, look here, keep your spirits
tip, like the plucky fellow you are!
'After all is said and ?one life is
not worth living for. Goodby-.
goodby, my poor friend-goodby;"
Ten minutes laier the comte aod
risen. Clad ia hie fiann? smoking
jacket, he was putting the last
*ou??_ea to his toilet. The tartar
(had ^Ithdr^wn that his friend
might have time ta settle his world
The day before, 00 soen as lie wos
taken wfth he had made np
this mind to prqpore for thc worst
foe had seat for hts lawyer and for
-a priest aafi tes trovad al his let
ters. Then hr had" ?_id down hts
giddy head and fesQea asleep with
the eo-rrictisQ that ; he would not
awake again before ?oosnsday.
But now he was like a condemn
ed man who, after having made
?ure of a reprieve, found himself
suddenly on the woy to the scaffold.
I \ Tomorrow the joys and iriendly
??es of Lis whole life would be ?ono
; ..While he was finishing Ijia cigar,
.'reclining listlessly on the cushions
<of his divan, Raymond saw all his
life Hit past him as in a dream.
?Nearly forgotten episodes of his
childhood cropped up as if they
?were quite recent. Then in rapid
succession his mind dwelt on tho
(many times he had fallen in love
?between fifteen and twenty-five un
ftil he came to the first month of
?his married life.
> How full o? unmitigated joy
those days ha<l been I Raymond re
membered the minutest events ol
lilia honeymoon or moons spent in
fun and frolic, with pleasant ex
cursions, venging on bachelor's dis
sipation and freaks 'which made
lively gossip for fashionable folk.
(Delighted beyond measure by the
admiration which his wife eKcited
^wherever he took her, he was more
m. idly in love after his marriage
?than before. Hj. would have beeo
jealous if the mero possibility oi
?such a thing could have been eera
?ously entertained by either of than.
i_^nd all this passionate lore h&?
[been brought to an end by a ?osuda
. Ions separation owing to a biundes
/on his part and a sash mtoopa?t ed
the little comtesse.
By mutual consens they haft sepa:
.rated. Yet, strange to say, theil
love for each other had continued
So far as the wocld was ooncersie4
their relations wen? lestricted by ?CJ
(bows whenever they met on thc
[boulevards, but their professed in
[difference for csoh other sc-ircelj
.deceived their common friends.
\ The idea of dying without hcuF?&|
aeen once more tire woman ho lom:
above all others appeared pvqpos
ter ou 3 to the comte. Studied ot*
stinacy and stern ^resolve seemed tx
ibo altogether out of place whet
brought face to faoo with evejfiast
What risk did Bo run now in at
tempting, a reconciliation even if il
jwero not to succeed?
j Raymond sprang fe ? foot-ant'
?eating himself before his wrttiiy
.desk scribbled hurriedly a short tele
/grain and sent it. off by his V&jet.
* He looked at his wateh. Kbfcjai
jtwo hours more to live, tt?e town
tesse would hove frasa to come. ;
'f .Would she comtft Would .ate .bi
touched by a not? eo_Wining e/djr
aug man's farewell? Or, in tho rs
lentiess dignity ot offended woninn
jwpuld she refuse-A forgivo ev<ai un
?der these solemn eil?um?te__oes?
\ The anguish ot uncertainty, afld
ejd to the moral torture, maria Bag
monet wince despite all his nerf
-?gy] resolution to cam? uie Lucvitobi
lite coolly. With something rex.
like terror he eyed the fleeting jnin
jatos which separated him fron
i Another Hour fterv away while &
was getting reify to das, stopoff
now and then. to. mose wita I???&E
v?i?ly on his past nie. lia wro^>it
l^a mother of hj? early lifo, andi's
he did eo tears , cj?ne to lus
Suddenly Raymond started a?t?
sound of the debris batt. T4n
few seconds O.;?#MDM^%W
<Sor was o^o?f? and. the sorras
"lime. lt. .CM*-i do W
He ross fiwt f?a eoat.va^r _fltl*
Ibes ^n^s?cte?r wMh ?*gar,
"Thia is a ines* shamoi?aa feto
^?-<Hckl Umwelt? 3^ mater?'
"You wrote me word that j*
fwere dying, and I find you np ai
?well, 'writing your letters. Ooo
ydo??O, iju ici mu explain.
Ono word pnly. And as she was
leaving the comte snatched up from
his desk thc letter he was writing
to his mother and held it out t<?
her. "Read this before leaving," he
She took the letter, glanced at
the lirst few lines and then fell
on Raymond's neck, sobbing.
"Peet boy! It *wa the truth."
Jr*or a few minutes they remained
as?nod ?a eaeh aiaor's sapas, full of
aessrtm aaa aain, giving mute ex
presfiaWS io th? aacwary of the hap
py months they had spent together
and ta samo rsc tar tao year of hap
piness thsy had lost by their separa
They sat down close to ono an
other, hand in hand, completely
ovvrconaa by their feelings.
At last tiwi comte bethought him
self of his forefathers, one of whom
hud cl!'libed tjie steps of the scaf
fold in 1793 whistling a tune from
the "Judes Galanter/'
"Well, never mind," said he, with
a emile. "I suppose I ought not to
complain. I am dying of a com
plaint which will be fashionable to
But Odette looked at bim re
proachfully, aaai ho Sid not con
tVtomen hewe no taste for
They chatted4fce?t ?Id fimos, at
first almost in a w&iapac, as if'?hay
were in a qpom where death had
stricken dow? a fellow creature.
xThm. hy 4m the Kanxxubranofl
e? ketts* 0390 hwifbt i? n&nd a
little inefibait which mada their Ups
emile, white their eyes caught sight
0? the wall'af coxae abject recalling
particular? of the life they had led
fesanerfy, each .ts the pictures of a
chase* wfrich evoked the sounds of
the huntenam'? hom as it rent in
glosring gladness the November
mist, and they dwelt with pleasure
on the day when they hed cantered
side by sida, rustling the brown
Jeayes, wh^?h. coyered the forest
Miniature fane, dusty aooess or?es
bf charming collons, reminded
them of a Gorman waltz which they
had danced before their marriage
and how they had flirted the same
evening under the palm trees of the
They lived over again their rides
in the Bois de Boulogne under the
green, shady boughs when they were
like two beys ?ut for a egree, break
fasting at the Pavillon Chinois and
coining beck through the Champs
ijijBtu) w urne iivcu jjVik k m uuts ex
uberant life ol the gay city. They
would part for a few hours yearning
to meet again-after being bored
at the club and at 5 o'clock tea-in
their box at the opera or in the tete
a-tete of their home=
Raymond and Odette were so ab
sorbed by these old souvenirs that
they became oblivious of timo and
of the terrible circumstances which
had brought thom together again.
Tho bell msg. They awoke to
painful reality and exchanged a ?hor
rible look of anguish.
1 "Dr. DnAoisJ" aononanced tfcs
"Why, yon do not mean to say
yea as? out of b?oYr' said the rnoa
i??%? UMBEL with oil amazed ooesto
nance. Tlwaa coM?ufrto"
"You were coming?"
"Weil I don't see why I should
not tell the tenth now that, thank
God, I was mistaken. I was camwg
to make Quite aero you were dead/1
'"Much obliged/' smiled the comte.
'Then he is ont of dangM??* in
quired Odette saxionsly.
"There rn no question about lt.
But it is certainly very odd, for tho
Picho ?es (fini?nos published fester
day an exhaustive description of tho
Wa. Nevertheless pray be assur
ed that I am very happy*
Unquestionably the doctor wes
very happy. At the same time if
he had told the truth be jaroald -have
admitted that he waa rather vexed
at having been such a bad prophet.
"Odette," suggested Raymond in
a whisper, "do you think we might
ask him to dinner with us in tba
evening F"-From the French in
Tko Ofaapfafl P?wdwa.
. $fce Doctor-Yes, I understand
firm ads you ; you can't sleep. Take
thia prescription to the druggist.
(Ifast day.) Good mossing; yea
kok better today. Have yo? slept
' Hbterstan-L?k?<n top. I leal like
a stew mac.
Doctor-;B?DW many sleenang.fvp
oVers did you take ?
Ffetesssa vk??p?mxy-? d?Oftlt
t? the baby.
Vor Infants and Children.
ito Uni Yon San Alsajs Bcsgsi
? , ? t
- Eskimo woman wear undercloth
ing made of the skint of birds,. T h ooo
skins before being sowed are ?nevad
well by the women, in order to mak?
them soft/ About a bandied skias
?ra 1 squired to make a shirt.
- Womeft delight ia being inform
ed tb at they 1Uv? food ?jes for color.
~ Worn eft fall 1 n love partir through
m desire to make some maa more COD -
.tented with lifo. ; K -
- When a woman has gained her
point ia an argument, she wants to
afgue ii ali e?er ?gs? n.
^s l A ' man tump: ovor a new leaf
on? day'and turns it baok the next.
HIS FAMILY BICLE.
Ho Had a Une rc- lt. Although He
Could Not Read.
Stories of surprises in cross ex
amination were exchanged in a small
group of men the other day, and the
following was sprung by an Illinois
man: "Years ago one of the promi
nent lawyers of central Illinois was
I). (J. TiinnieliiV, afterward justice
of thc state supremo court. Tunni
clitr was a great wit and a very
smooth article on cross examination.
Ile did not often get the worst of it
from anybody. Ho seldom attempt'
ed bulldozing in cross examination,
but could hack an unwary main in
to almost any admission. One day
Tunniclif? hail an old farmer named
Dave Brown on tho opposite side,
and tlie value of tho old man's testi
mony depended upon his claim that
he could not read. It was believed
that he could read a little, and Tun
niclilT tried to trap him. After sev
eral efforts which old Dave neatly
sidestepped the lawyer changed the
subject and wandered away from
the leading question. Suddenly he
** 'Have you a Bible in your home,
* 'Yes, sir, e family B&bk. Had
it for y ease.'
" *Vm glad to bear that, lavery
?pod man ghoukl nave a Bihle in
ms name. Yon noe yosr Bible? I
" *Yee, sir. I txten ii regalar,' ,
. " "Fhatf s riefet. A good man
efcaukl nea his Bible often. About
how'oftest de jen use jour Bible?'
m 'Beery Sunday morning, sir/
?aid Site dtf man, with apparent in
"livery Sanday moaning. That
?B eommcndable. There is no moro
appropriate time for ?sing the Bible
than on Sabbath morning. And
what do yo? ?se your Bible for on
Sabbath morning r
" To Btrop my raaor, sir/ *-Be
grok? ?ti? Oped.
\K emal froup $0Rc* ami wageon
efood before Michael Angelo's fti
mous statue of Moses in the
Church of San Pietro in Vinooli, at
Rome. There was not an artist
among the nimber, yet aa they
gazed on thc wonderful masterpiece
which represents Moses as on the
point of springing from his seat in
indignation at the idolaho? ef the
Jews all were silent in admiration.
A newcomer joined the group, a
little, lawn man, with the spiritual
expression of one who has prayed
and fasted much. The clerical cut
of his clothes proclaimed his calling.
Making his way to the front of the
group, ho gased for a moment, then,
turning to the mon at his side, he
announced in a shrill, childish
"I jest bet old Moses could have
licked John L. Sullivan any day.
Look at them vms, oh ?"
The littts crowd had silently left.
The spell had been broken.-Kiila
Jokes about twins ass moue nu
all that, tfeeae need be so hesitation
in reposing a jolee which pd
ewEFttot: ta at marni ace Manoo ol
"*Fhea? mead to Uva ove? on
Painter's fanm," sail the humorist
who told the story, *a ooople o'
twins named Dasi and Aba. Tues
stoved assay sinos. At the timo 1
remember 'om thoj vece grown
roon, bot they wees as near like gs
tJiem tao gallon jugs. Tba univ
di Serenoa was that Dan had goon,
sound tooth and Aba he'd lost mae?
' his out o' tho front part of hio
The cally wey to kno^whidtewas
which wa to etiek yaur finger in
Ahs? mo**h, H bo bit ye it was
Her PafOaewt Query.
"Of corase," sha said, "I leatiae
that yon have ovary oanf?riance ist
ra Oj aa yon s?y, kat I moss admit
that it wooM be a great eatiafact?an
tojne if voa wonhl toll mo why"
^Gmtfr ta said ansooslj? as che
"&grp? weald tail mor** she^r
^soOedi, that you cfeom it
??esBMMy to nat your lovo leOtara
throughla coping pas."
S3tesi he Wanlly seoanled Qty
alfie head anee beac aoispoyaaato ift
a basinosa hasse enid waa CHI ur*
ms little waootttipnary moneare, ao
to speafa ?Wasr York Fnasa.
? WMetfter S?ory.
Whistler waa m Paris at the time
af tba coronation of the king of
England, and one ovoning at a r
ception at the Hotel Ritz a duchr
said to h&n:
"Do yon know'King Edward, Mr.
"Ko, madama," asad tho-painter,
iba hmkm? oaieffOaifl.
?Wirr, thoa* ?" eh? mormur
a?. *Ti*at feo kfes at a ainag?
tattles*, ?sd-ho ?as? r?totfee
rV^ee?d Wl???er, "tibe* waa
[ -1 i ??m '? e*
- The ssaierfty of ear saistekee
(weald never be aefieefl it we did Bot
etti eueadea ta lleta. %3fc
'^ ^RoVYeta^aa aaa oared him
self of ??inanei* b- -?ti:55 gtiss.
Now we knew wk at ailed Nebuea?
I sn ca aar. ">
-. Of in? three.most p?pala/ books
of the year four of them is the pock
et book. ,
- Preachers have been bombarding
bia sataoie majesty stronghold for
eentnrie*, bat he still holds fart.
World s Fair L*ro?>perou8.
St. Louis, October -i -Thc elli ci al
ROU* authentic 6gurcs of tho receipts
and expenditures ?>f thc World's F;iir
for tho first four months of the Fair,
period- May,Juno, July and August
have just been received ftoin Wash
ington. Thc figures are those em
bodied in reporta from th?- officials of
Tho summaries show that the total
receipts of the Exposition for the first
four months amounted to $20,005,020
and the disbursements f jr the same
period $20,477,Uti."?, leaving a bal
ance on hand September 1. of $188,955.
During that period the revenue from
admissions and sale of admission tick
ets amounted to $2,074,005 and the
percentage income from thc conces
sions amounted to $1,H10,520.
Receipts from the lotrameral rail
way for four months amounted to
$171,221. When the Fair opened on
April HO the balance in the treasury
.mounted to $1,451,270.
At Soptember had thc largest
mouth's attendance since the opening,
and October bids fair to oxceed that
of September, it is estimated that later
figures now being compiled will reveal
a rory prosperous condition of the Ex
"Spiritualism," said Governor
Aycoek, of North Carolina, "is a mar
vellous thing. I used to know a wid
ow who thought she would look into
it a little. She visited a medium, and
the man agreed for $5 to give her some
conversation with her dead husband.
"He put the lights out and fell into
a trance, and suddenly a dim, pale
shape appeared in the furthest, black
est corner of the room.
" 'Are you my husband? Are you
John?' the widow whispered tremu
" 'I am John,' a bass voice cower
"For a moment, awe-stricken, the
widow was silent. Then she said:
" 'Do you forgivejme for my ill
treatment of you in life?'
" 'I forgive all," replied the voioe.
" 'Are you happier than you were
when you were living?1
" 'Much happier.'
" 'Have you no desire to return to
" 'None whatever.'
" 'Where are you John?'
1 'In Hades,' said the spirit?' "
Husband Locks np Wife.
Budapest, Oct. 29.-The wife of an
oil merchant named Kund, of this
city, was found by the n&ghbore be
hind an iron grating at a window, pro
testing that her husband kept her im
When her husband was arrested he
gave as his excuse that his wife bad a
mania for buying costly things and
contracting large bills for hats, laceo
and clothes which had nearly ruined
bim, and as he loved her too mueh to
separate from her, he had kept her im
prisoned on week days, letting her
out only on Sunday, when the stores
Tbe wife admitted that her husband
had been justified in doing so and
that he had treated her very well in
all other respects, and as she said she
could not promise to be less extrava
gant in the future, the court allowed
her husband to keep her looked up
during the week and she willingly fol
lowed him home.
Accepted Loss With Resignation.
W. A. Wright, insurance commis
sioner of Georgia, attended recently
an insurance men's banquet in Atlan
"The president of an insurance
company," he said, "once told me
that it seemed to insurance men as
though mankind regarded conflagra
tion and mortality muoh as the woman
on the river bank regarded her chil
dren's drowning-as amalterof course,
not worth fighting against or grieving
"This woman lived on a bank of a
swift and deep stream. Tho stream
flowed past her back door, and on the
bank her ohildren played.
"A traveller passed in his boat ono
day and was appalled at the risk tho
little ohildren ran.
" 'Madam,' he shouted to their
mother, 'aren't you afraid tc let your
ohildren play so near the stream?'
" 'Oh, no,' said the woman indiffer
ently 'Oh, no.'
r" 'Have yon lived here long, mad
am?' the traveller pursued.
"'Tea, ?good many years,' aaid
" * Wo?, 1 should think that; with
tee river to seer, ye? would live in
ocBstact fear that come of yoar little
?iee would be drowned.'
*' tOh, 'BO,' eald the woman," we
bave only lost taree or four in that
way.' '''-Koas& City Journal.
. -rf Romance ie a omall portion of
mediocrity heavily dilated with imag
Ono of the longest days in the
average man's life ia the one.just be
- Top m in y wOnien ar? dissatUficd
with th om selves because they are \v)
- Some men aro boru diplomats
and some ul hers aro just ordinary
- A baltimore wont AU asks for di
vorce because her husband gave her
only eight cents a day lo feed four
persons. She probably lacks the
courage to demand alimony.
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Schedule in effect Sept. 5, 1904.
Lv Anderson .
Calhoun Fal ia.
.. Y em asnee.
*\ C burl eu ton.
'.' Havannah b (.?n i)
'* Hean fr. rt b.
11 Port Royal.
am 4.10 p tn
a m 0.05 p m
a na .
p m C 7 oo am
p m L 8.55 a m
p n> 10.05 a m
p m 11.55 p m
p m ell.15am
p m a! 1.05 am
p ai ll 10 A m
Lv Port Hoy al b _.
" Savannah b (cen t)
" Charleston b .
Lv Au KU ? tn.
Lv McCormick .
Ar Calhoun Falls.
7.26 a OD
7.40 a to
5.40 a m
7.10 a m
9.15 a m
10.2* a m
12.'JO p m
2.55 p m
4.40 p m
5.45 p m
7.10 o m
eO.uO p ui
9.10 p m
"7.15 p m
cs.'20 p na
10 20 p m
11.81 p m
1.30 a na
6. oo a tn
7.37 a m
10.00 a DD
Lv Auuersou . 7.00 a LD
Ar o roen wood. 12.30 p m
Waterloo (Harris Springe).. 1 17 p na
" laurena. 1.45 p m
" Greenville. 3 25 p m
" Spartanburn. 3 30 p na
"*~Gleon Spring? "b . . . . . [j.i 5 25 p m
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Lv Laurens. 1 BO p in
Lv Waterloo. 2.90 p na
Lv Greenwood.! 2.40 p tn
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(b, dally except Sunday ; c, Sunday
Through train service between Au
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8. C., Geo. T. Bryan, G. A., Greenville,
?C, Era eat William?, Gea. Pata. A gt.,
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Slat? of South Carolina,
Ci; un ty of Andersen}.
By E. Jr*, if. Nance, Jud?? of Probate.
Whereat, J. a Watkins, Clark of
Gan rt, baa applied to ra? to gran l bim
Latter? of AdmfaatiaMon ota th? Batate ?nd
atfaoto of J. Biea af Ilford, desssssd :
The? ara, theradbra, ta aita and adm on -
lah ali kindred and crediton of the ?aid
J. Biea Milford, dacaaaed. to be and
appear aa fora ma in Court of Probate,
to ba held at Anderson Court House, on the
12th day Deoember, 1904 after publication
hereof, to ahow canse, ir any they have,
why the aald A dmlnistration ahonld not
be granted. Given nuder my hand this
28th day of October, 1904.
R. Y. H. i&ANCE, Probate Judge.
NOV 2,1904 20 tt
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THROUGH" THE BLOOD
By Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.)
TO PHOVE IT, lt.lt.lt. RENT FREE.
We want every reader of this parer who has rheum
atism lu send us hi? ur lier n.irne. We will seaJ thou
by return mall a sample ?if Botanic Blood Balm, tho
wonderful lt ?? > J Renie J y which has cured, to stay
curej. more ol J deep-seated .obstinate cases of rheum
atism than ail other remedies, doctors, hoi springs0(
liniments com bind, Botanic BlooJ Balm killa the
uric ad J poison In tie Hood, in ii-, place clvlng
purereJ, nourlshlt.g Mood, sending a rich, ling?n?
Bor.; of warm blood direct lo itie paialyicd none*;,
bones and lol nts; going warmth an J strength Just
where lt ls needed, anj hi this way making a retied
cute. B.B. B, lus cured hundreds of cues where tho
sufferer has been doubled up for years, or ?here thc
Joints had been swollen so Inn?; Ihey were.i'm..st I r.tito
.nj perfectly rigid and st Iff .yet B.B li unlimbered the
fuints.stralghtened out the bent back anj made a per
fect, lasting cutt after all other remedies luJ failed.
[lone nalns, sciatica, or shooting pams up an j down
the leg. ai bing back or shoulder blades, swollen
joints or swollen muscles, difficulty In moving around
so you have lo Use crutches: blooj thin or skin
p.ile: skin Itches and burns: shifting p.-.ins; bad
breath.etc. Botanic Blood Halm [ll, B. H.)ui!l
remove every symptom .gi vc quick relief from the first
dose and permanently euro in a few weeks' time,
Wruk, Inactive) KBIiioy?.'
One of the causes of Rheumatism ls due to klJneys
anJ bladder. Pains in the loins and a feellngof a Juli,
heavy weight In lower parts of the Bowels, uiinous
taste in mouth or dlsagreabte oJor of the urine are
sume of the leading sympiloms, lor this trouble
there ls tu> better medicine than R. B. B, lt stimu
lates all the nerves of thc Kidneys Into action, opens
up es er> channel resulting in healthy natural flow
nf urine, the passing ?ff of the uric asid and all
other disease* natter .and a laMing cure ned?. B.B.B,
makes thekiJaavjw and Mad JCT st reagan*} healthy.
and when tn? rfSBT ?uanJIty
certain, Mr? and lasting. If not Airad yaw mono;
Hotanlo Blood Balm [lt.ll.lt.] la
Pleasant and safe to take. Thoroughly tasted for 30
years. Coraposod of Pure Botanic Ingredients.
Strengthens Weak Kidneys and Stomachs, cures
Dyspepsia. Sold hy all Druggists, SI. Par Large
BoUle.wlth compte!? ?rc-ii-a for tame cure. Sample)
Sent Freo by writing Blood Balm Co.. Atlanta, Ca.
Describe yeur trouble, and special free medical advice,
te suit yew case, win ba seat la sealed tetter.
E V AN81PH ABM ACY.
We have just received a
Car Load of all sizeo. Pri
ces right. See us if you
want the BEST Wagoo.
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BANNER ?2% t-VB
tho most healing salve In th? world?
CITY LOTS FOR SALE.
SITUATED on and near North Main
6tr?eL Five minutes' walk Court House.
Apply to J. F. Ollnkaoalaa, Intelligence:
Tl IK Booka for the col I ec tl ou of State. Babool
ak J County T*xee will be o,ened frons October
loth, l'JOf. to December ?lat, 1901, inclusive, and
f ora JaDaary lat, 190s, to March lat, 190S.I will
collect with ?be ?enalty - for January 1 per cant,
Februarys ? er cent, and from March 1st to tba
16th wl'b 7 pt>r cent penalty. After tho Iflth of
March Execution* will ba taeued.
1 he rate of Tax Levy ls aa follows :
State Taxea.B Milla
behool.-.-. * *
Ordinary County. 4 "
. Public Riads,.... 1 M
An sdditional levy 4 mills School District Mo SO.
Additional lew 4 mills School District No 43
Additional levy 8 milla School District No. 51.
Additional levy i% mills School District No 34.
Additional levy fi mil's School District No. 30.
Additional levy 8 mills School District No. III.
Making 17 willa for Walker-McElmoylo School
District No BO.
Maklog 17 mills fe; Good Hope School District
Making io tullis for Meium School Dlstrlet No.
Makio? IV/? mills for Gantt School District No.
Maklug 1? mills for College Pc hool District No.
Making 18 mil's for Hunter School Dlstrlet No.
The Blute Constitution requires all males be
tween the ages of 21 and tn years, except those
ir capable of earning a support from b lng maim
ed or other causes, and those who served In the
war between ibe States, to pay a Poll Tax of Ono
Dollar. All persona be ween the age* of eighteen
and fifty years of age who are able to work the
public roads, or eause them to be worked, except
preachers who have charge of a oongregetioa aad
per can i who served In the war between ihe8tataa.
School Teachers aad Trustees are exempted froaa
road duty, and In lieu af work may pay a sax of
Doe Dellar, ta be oallocted at she asume tl^eolbex
aaxea are collected. I will collect taxes aa Slab
sown, Mu Airy, Piedmont, Pelser, Belton Milla
and at Bone* Patb, bul will glv? oolloo later Die
lime I will visit these places.
J. M. PAYNE, County Treasurer.
Blue Ridge Railroad*
Effective Nov. 29, 1903.
No. ll (daily)-Leave Belton 3.50 p.
m.; Auderann 415 p. m. ; Pendleton 4.47
p. m. ; Cherry i ?l p. m. ; Seneoa 5.31 p.
m ; arrive Walhalla 5.55 p. m. t
No.? (dally except tsunday)-Leave
Belton lu.4n ?. m.; Audernon 11.07 M. m.:
Pendleton 11.32 a m.; Cherry 11.31? a. m.;
arrive Rt SenocH 11.57 a. m.
No. 5 (Sunday only) -Leave Belton
11.45 a.m.; Anderson "11.07 a, m.; Pen
dleton li.3*2 a. m.; Cherry 11.30 a. m.;
Seneoa 1.05 p. m.; arrive Walhalla 1.2,
No. 7 (daily except Sunday)- Leave
Anderson 10.30 a. m.; Pendleton 10.99 a.
m ; Cherry 11.09 a. m.; Seneca 1.05 p. m.;
arrive Walhalla 1.40 p m.
Nd. 3 (dally)-Leave Bolton 0.15 p. m.;
arrive Anderson 9.42 p. m.
Vm.X (daily except Sunday)-Loavo
Bols?n 9.00 a. m.; arrive Anderson 9.30
No. 12 (dally)-Leave Walhalla 8 36 a.
m.; Benaan 8.58 a. m.; Cheri y 9.17 a. aa.;
Peodl?ton 0.2? a. m.; Andereon 19.00 a.
m.: arrive Belton 10.25 a. m.
Na. 15 (daily except Sanday)-Leave
Sen nea 2.00 p. m ; Cherry 2.19 p. m.; Pen
dleton 2.23 ?. m.; Anderson 8 10 p. m.,
arrive) Balten 8.85 p. m.
Ntx . (Sunday only)-Leave Anderson
3.10 p. m.; arrive Belton 3 35 p. na.
No 8 (dally)-Leave Walhalla 3.10 p.
m.; Seneoa 5.31 p. m.; Cherry 5.59 p. m.;
Fend loton 6.12 p. m.; Anderson 7.80 p.
m.; arrive Belton 7 58 p. m.
No. 24 (dally except Sunday)-Leave
Anderson 7.50 a. m.; arriva Belton 8.20
a. m. H. C. BEATTIE, Prc??.,
Greenville, 8. C.
J. R. ANDERSON, Supt.,
Anderson, 8. C.
Whether or not you shall add to the
dignity of your home by installing a
We merely suggest that you call on
us when you are out seeking sugges
tions as to what make you should
buy. That's all.
C. A. REED
ANDERSON, - - 8. C.
Peoples' Bani of Ande?
ANDEBSON, S. C.
We respectfully solicit a share
G. H. GEIGER,
ATTORNEY AT LA.W,
ANDERSON, 8. C.
Office Over Post Offiee.
zs- Money to Lend on Real Estate.
April 13, 1904 43 ly
J. L. SHERARD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ANDERSON, S. C.
ttW Office over Post Office Building
T. W. Quattlebaum. | Ernest P. Cochran.
Quattlebaum & Cochran,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Practice In all Coarta, State and F?d?
Money to Lend on Anderson County
Foley's Kidney Cute
makes kidneys and bladder rights
Foley's Honey and Tat
for child rea. safe, sure. Na opiate*?
" PARK?R'8 ,
CT ear ce? and beaut! fie? ttl? halt.
Promotes ? luxuriant growth.
Never Palla to Heater? Groy
Bair *o its Yesttuii* Color.
Curta aealp dIaceaM * bair tailing.
Foley's Hooey and Tat
cures colds, prevents pneumonia*
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
?T. LOUIS KIM,
Two Trains daily, in connection
nth W. & A. R. R. and N. C. <fc St.
li. Ry from Atlanta. Leave Atlanta
1:25 a. m. and arrive St. Louis 7:08
\. m. ; leave Atlanta 8.-30 p. m. and
,rrive St. Louis 7:3? p. m.
Through Sleeping Cars from Goor
da, Florida and Tennessee.
Route of the famous Dixie Flyer.
Cairying the only morning sleeping
ar froui^Atianta to St. Louis. This
ar leaves Jacksonville daily at 8:05
) m, At'.antafc8:25 a m, giving you the
.utire day in St. Louis to get located.
For rates from your city, World'?
Tair Guide Book and oohed ules, sleep?
ng car reservations, also for book
bowing hotels, boarding houses, quot
ug their rates, write to
FRED, D. MILLER,
Traveling Passenger Agent,
No. 1 N. Pryor St. Atlanta, Ga.
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