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j CUSTOMS AT ETON.
pThw Sisr.s snd the W??? OT ti;? Great
i l?ew boye, afc Etan must at once
leam thc sch:'ol etiquette and the ,
long list of slang words peculiar to
Eton. , .
'According to ancient ?iistom, tl?*
new boye hu vu a fortnight's grace j
^efore they Ikfiia their duties as '
i During this time the budding
Etonian baa ?0 small task to ac
complish. He must ilrat of ali mas
ter more than 300^words, meaning
less toi the outside world, but of
common use at Kton. k
Among thc many slang words tho
following are some of the mest cu
0amer---Housernfistera' avives or
Dry ;. Bob--A boy who plays
,Wet Bob-~? boy who boats. ,|f^
j Swog-A Greek composition.
?Chamber-A largo room in col
lege divided into "stalls" or cnbict?
Glory Corner-Formed by the
!bed and tho wall, where dirty clothes
.^re kept hidden by a curtain.
. Threepenny Day-Feb. 27, when
-every colleger in-hall is presented
with a. threepenny bit. : %
I^eV?^igs~-Tho boys in chamber
?who have to keep _up. the fire.
; Dead , ; Man's liolc^Thd ? Uttlo
square hole formed by the steps on
.a fives court. : ' '. Jt?q?MS
Pepper Box-The buttress of a
mves court. ?
,Tug-The usual, name for a col
Beger-i. e., a boy with a ?jcholar
An ?cquain*ance with the chief
.?hops of Eton must also be acquired,"
ifor asisoon as the fortnight is over
She now boy, in his. capacity as a
if ag, may bo sent on an errand in the
?own; i?deefl? ?t ?>J?vill be part of hiav
.jduty to f et?h: his f*f ag'master's" hot:
ifood from oho of the school shops.
. TMs in itself is not eo easy as it
sounds, and the sooner a new: hoy
learns his way to the kitchens of
fhowland V* and "Little Brown"
iand the' gentle art of * worming in
?mong a crowd to a position ^nere
ihe can get what he wants the better
if or that boy.
In addition to this he must on no
account forget to observe the fol
lowing essential points of etiq?ett?j}
To turn up the bottom of his
trousers. . . *:?v, "
To keep the Do|tom button of his
i jsey?r toro?^up^?us>
; Keyer to; turn down the collar of
3iis greatcoat. . "V-' ?
Always? to ^R|k on the right hand
^pavement when going downtown-'
??I Tho now boy's greatest Umbition
a? to become a member ot "Pop "
iy-eight- bloods," possesaes and ex
ercises a .number ox privileges. A
.boy^'in/fPop" may' 1%? ?-ty; low?&
"jb?y- of any; houee, may- ivalK erin hi
4arm.in the 'streets, may sit ^on tjie
long wall; outfddo. tho- college. He
3m ?Iso a room i?ser<T0d for him :
^t. little Browny, the confectioner.
As regards costume/a member of
f^op'^raay v/ear a buttonhole, pat-;
.?ut l?atner boote
. ^aisicoat. . >-,' ':\:\-'.':..?
Did you evev ?ec u'geode, the ugly/
4B: perfect wiide^?^ of diamondliko
oddest kind and are not too plentiful .
>.? ^y^hed'c.; The word V$^de-> means
^earth form" ano! is oppheoV $0 all
.Sibllow atones which are ulled! with
.crystallized matter. ; When broken'
. .ttpen^&orhe'a^ ;
. jpure io?king, 'clear ^?^i??;;^ptuerDi.,
appear to be ? uH of yellow or brown -
^mt/ while a .third class aro filledi;
. ; ,;vith wji?i a|^ars- io} be ? v?r^: fair
: -qiia?ityv.of tar. . 2s o odds what the
4lhi%of the cavity may compos
.Ned Jof, tho sides ure always studded
t?th cost?is. Should 'thc filling bo ;
jellow; .$b,e crystals%are.likely; ;$0 bo
?? 'ti?e e?Wo. color,, but; bV faf -tnt )
' >fcHe-.Wan the Triofc.
: , . A nianif^h^ had.? . a .
irieud on a . w??k's ant?n?obile four
?t?yed;awiy ttp?'week?, '' V^earj3nal- "
Sioiae, aii? A? wife- received l?n^..
-, ^ear/^niS?!?ai3;-:'*^t^ 4j
> . tpoor m Pitcoet" tCWhat is the "
A SERIOUS JGXE.
lt Was Almost F#\tal to th? Willina
Boy, but Ho Survived.
A business man in lower Broad
way is a practical joker of the meit
rabid description-, A few days ago
a youth of about fifteen walked into
his place, which is a wholesale store,
looked around curiously and ap
proached the proprietor.
"Wont a boy?" Le inquired.
"Nope," said tho man, who wee
leaning against the du?rwey to bia
private omeo pulling ai ? oipe.
"Haven't you got anv?iing a boy
could clp?? '
Tho mau took the pipe from his.
mouth and looked about.
"I guess a boy could sweep up this I
floor," he remarked. !
"I'm it/* enid the boy. He hustled
into tho back ot tho store, got a
broom, and in about fifteen minutes
had /;ho floor os clean as that of a
"Anything else?" he inqu'^cd in]
a businesslike sort of way.
i&Sojx/' said the mon, gazing far
out-across tho street. "Much oblig
The boy looked at bim.. Intelli
gence appeared in hts face and faded
away, to be resolved 'into, disappoint
piont, as one picturo fades into an
other with a dissolving view stereop- J
"I'm on," he said finally. He
walked ?lowly over; to whore he had
\ laid his cap and coat ond put them
on He glanced up at tho man hope
; fully as ho passed out. Tho man
was fixedly looking at something
across the street. The boy looked
back ?oyeral times as he walked
down the street. There w?s nothing
"doing. He; reached tho Corner and
turned into ev side street. A moment
later a hand was laid on his shoul
der, and he turned to foco ono of
"The old man says here's a dollar j
for you, end stop reading story
books," ho said. "What's tho joke?"
. The boy placed tho dollar in his
pocket, and his face ?prightened.
.... "Itte along story/' he.said, <fbut
tell the old ina^?6r;.me'.^t*'nis'joke
come pretty nep.r being fatal."
; However, he whistled . cheerily as j
.lie waiked away.--7.New York Press.
\ Tha. Bulgarian Peasant. <
In a Bulgarian peasant'o cottage
;the floors are of mud. yhe kitchen, !
fronting the street, is also the living !
room. Behind ^there is a sleeping:!
rso'm^ with a bedstead ia ii f or the !
heed of the house, while the sons
and daughters sleep upon mats
stretched on the floor. Tho iurni
j.tnito. 'L fjKn?i?fn,': of r wooden : tables,,
Ruches ond chests. The crockery ?
a^? wUroK?idr??troS??Srof CVCry' '?Crt
seem of the commonest and coarsest
kind. T 8hould?db?btMf there ia n
Bi?glo house in the whole village iii j
which any English laborer pr artisan :
earning good. wa^e3:would ,not ; deem !
it. a ha^'^KMp ie.--Ixi-'oblig^r'Tto";-.!^?.1!
At the same tiine there was no. single
customa : of the countty, coul? ?b&i
-'3mrlyaeseribed as unfit for human!
habitation.-"Tho Peasant State,"
. _ ~ : ; ?
1 ', . Willing to Abolish lt;.'..;;., y.
Jameji ^erry>\ ? well. knowii . Seot
. tish. ir??^st?r end owner of race
horses, once decided to run for par
liament. He stood as ' cancl?ite f pr
Glasgow.. Ho posed as en ie^treiue
Radical and was prepared; M abolish
everything in sight as a short way
io ^f brm. Ai one O?^ht? meetuligs
where ; the heckling bi candidates
was the fc?fcur?, ' as i? all Scottish
elections, he was asked, after he had
disposed siunmorily of the crown,
;|jie house, pf lords, and' most ^of the
British coufftitutiona; ; whether he
would abolish thc Ihjcolcguei '/\"Gcr-;
teinSy," cried the valiant Merry,
' to^pn"the plat^ormiv- ho cked in an
aUdiblo whisper, "jock,: wnatMf
thunder's .the Decalogue ?" - ' _
A City Built fir? a,Charry 8*ed.
..: At the. time of tho French Crystal
?k&r''.esuiti^.-tt^t?riSr 'st?no with
m tho cavity'of which he had built
a'-p?rfert plan of the eity'of gevaajp*
pol-?tx'?cis, railway approaches,
bridges; ? etc. A ^owei^ul ^micror
wonderful rnnn?tnre city? and iilij:
estimated that not less ths? 000,000
people toole a .peep at the'reaul^ of
000,000 signtet?era deposited ft ?rano
^orkt^, the 'total pf ?ssh
' ;'\ . 1 H Wa* Eneefih.
pf'-fri'en^??,-' -hut^.a). meme^^''^'e^tf;
J&pkmtf- ?a#(:? ^i^dey had
; Mr^. Haw^ns,'*;sho said, "X
washery' iii. ',$hey. ?we^?d^? of
Th^as??lL_^? UM ? -r:'
A CHESS VILLAGE.
How tho Game Became tho Ralina
Pguion of Sisbeck*
Ia a plain, of tho H'irz mountains,
? few miles distant from the quaint
old town of HalR'rstadt, Germany,
Hes tlic village of Strobeck. Tho
I history of Strobeck und itr> people
i has for hundreds of years been asso
ciated with the gamo of chess. It
is a veritable chees village, says tho
Royal Magazine, a nursery garden
for tliat ancient game.
From earliest childhood the boys
and girls are made familiar with
board and men. At school chess is
treated as an obligatory subject and
ia taught systemaUcaliy. As soon
os pupils have mastered the moves
find the rules of tho. game they aro
encouraged tb undertake the eoiu
thu of chess problems ond__to in
vent new ones, just as an ?sugiish
schoolboy ia ict to making Latin
At Easter there are chess exami
nations and tournaments among the
school children. Three awards of
honor of the enano of chessboards
bearing the inscription, "The Re
ward, of Industry/' aro given by the
village community. These tourna
ments arc attended by lovers of
chess from far and near. During
the lost half century several chess
congresses of wide interest have also
been held at Strobeck.
From a very early time the Stro
beekers have had tho privilege of
challenging to a game of chess any
prince , or nobleman or esalted per
sonage who happens to pass through
their sillage. In the year 1651 the
great elector of Brandenburgi was
challenged in this way and in mem
ory of the event presented to tho
villagers a carved board' and a set
' of silver chessmen* still preserved.
How chess became the ruling pas
sion of Strobeck has hover. been as
certained, but tho legend, most gen
eral^ believed sets forth that in the
eleventh century a famous political
prisoner was confined in an ancient
fewer which still stands in the center
of the village. Time hung heavy on
his hands, and, Ijeing a lover of chess/
he' begged for a set of men. None
' was to be had. Then the prisoner
carved a set for himself.
B ut he must -have 'antagonists,
(ra e by one his warders learned the
game. - f The peasants of the village
were taking turns to guard him.
Soon they all knew how to play, and
-all become enthusiasts.
... A Wasted Effort;
;A celebrated.continental speeinh
ist, to whola time was literally mon
,,cy and w?^iwai po?ssss?d of a ju?ry
temper, made it a rule, that patients.
shouiid-undress beinrfl" <vn tAring hi a
consulting room so tas not to waste
any of his valuable time. One' day
? . meek Rooking little man entered
with . all his clothes oh. ''What do
you* mean by coining in like tir?t ?"
?oid the doctor in a rage. "Go and
strip ?t .on eel", ?.* *
? ?But T'- faltered the manv
"y, '*! tell you I've no time to waste/'
Veiled .ihe aoctqr, and the poor mon
. ??fjb^the room in haste. . When his
;tu*h came; he re-entered -th? room.
vf&bw, t?t?a/Jt said the. ! doctor/
"that's better. ' What can I do. fe*
\ ; tel called to collect your subscript
tiQh for. the benevolent society."
^ndpn Tatler. ' _ . ' ,: . ' ~ ..
^?|^p||>|^ram? . of Voltaire- .-the
; Fre?oh piiilosopher, wei-o. often
a^ttde^ly sarcastic and severe. He
could; however, exercise 'tact and
? j?^ntleness, and/ ae ii it#uaUy?the^ase
;.t?^^/:nietj'^t?io:; famous: statesman
ms health. ? . . ;'j .r:X
; "It is as you see," replied Turgbt:
?i **If ?ni tor^ented with gout.: I can
j^a^ly ^g'ray: feet about/' :
: . \ on remind me of the statue o?
"Yes/' assented the invalid : s?d
?y, "you- ar? : right> ?Of.t; %he^gi?t??
h?;l ?c?t of clay." . .
a head of ; gold/?? cried Vol
taire warmly'; ^remember . that,. ?
Mme.. de: Cor?^el went to' Ter*
^gaillesi ^v??^'rt^i vQB???ii?K' "<^ii^f eii
H. do Torey and 3& de .: ?eign?laJ;
* ith very young, h?? just been ap
>mi?dv;^^s%s.^ S?!s's6aw^, tha?e
w old. ^W?i?n she T? '
1 never \eip?ctcd \b see there, ' ' )
have s^nriove in its .t?m^: tmd thv
Tmnisiry'Its ox?ale.^ ,; ,^
iary diofc alkaline woter is n?edet
tnry' tho 'claim of ,W?:Sbei}?c?c,
DRAWING UP WILLS.
Whit Layers W:'! Do sr.d What
They Don't Like to Do.
That it takes a ?mart man to
draw a v; ill is an adage tho respect
for which in. tho legal fraternity ia
evidenced hy the fact that few law
yers want to/furloiah visible evidence
of their port ia drawing np wills.
It is pei?eetly easy for a man to hire
a lawyer to draft his testament, of
course, no matter how complicated
ita provisions may be. It is quito
another thing to get the lawyer to
witaess it. Ho will not even allow
clerks in his office to dp so, except
perhaps where the client is an old
or regular one. He wants him to go
elsewhere to get the necessary at
testations. There are exceptions to
tlifr unwritten nile; it is true, but
it '^pretty generally observed.
. ""Lawyers will not eo admit it,"
said ono of them> ''but the true rea
son is they don't core to be identi
fied with the instrument. It is about
' ais difficult an undertaking as a law
yer can face to draw up a will where
tho bequests arp surrounded with
conditions that will close up ali
loopholes to a contest.. Most testa
tors know how they want to dispose
of their est?tes, but it is exceec?ng
iy hard to express their wishes in a
way that will leave no.jfloubt. when
subsequently disappointed heirs cali
'it into -question. The books teem
with instances of the inability of
smart men, some Of them distin
guished lawyers, to make a will that
will stand under ? stiff light. Law
' yera naturally don't want to bo as
sociated with a document that rn uv
be pronounced bari, and so they arc
unwilling to sigh as witnesses or tc
let their, employees do it. I sup
pose it to some extent argues a lack
of confidence in their work. Any
how, tho precaution ia of little usp
"for invariably the lawyer who dres
it is disclosed in ?ny litigation ovei
a will ."
' Th? "Gecroln Grind."
Colonel AnstrUther was distress
ed. .His St. Louis host had asserted
that M is s ovi ri was the garden spot o;
America for the production of wa
termelons. Being a Georgian, Colo
uel Anstruther .could not allow sue!
- a statement, to pass uncorrected.
"Sub I" he exclaimed.. "Proof o
the abundance of watermelons lie
in the faoility foh eating them. Oai
you show me, euh, a man in Missour
,phio has yet acquired'the equivalen
of thc Georgia grind?"
"The* Georgia. grind 1" demande
the Missourian. fjVhut is that ?"
ability to feed a continuous and un
- broken Hine of watermelon into on
?ide of the jnouth while emitting
continuous * and unbroken line ^o
.seeds, suh, f'om the otheh side. Th
I rni?jpe; development of that. aht, sui
is proof beyond doubt that Geo'gi
.raised the moat watermelons, suh.
IgpYcuth'e Companion. J
fr*i . Puff* of an Engine.
The. trainvwas starting. ?ho pufl
of tho iocpmotiyc, at first alow, ; gr?
faster and faster, and finaUy seems
vto cease in the roar of the train.
<cltlis the emission of the .wast
;|^eam through the chirnney tht
causes tho locomotive's, puffi?j
coughing .so^ir*^ said an. enginee
: the .treing speed increases, tl
Hra increase^ in rajpidity, and wue
ten a second, are emitted the ?
cein't distinguish them separate]
:^ny. long^r-r^ii Hears theip, as ? coi
linuous roar. ; ? A good many peopl
6n this account, think a locouiotii
only puffs, eit starting. Beal?y, si
r>uns all the time; only tt? puffs ai
too rapid; to be recognizable,
train going a ?nile ? minute givt
^ehty ' puffs per seccndiM~~we
>YOrk Press. .
A Full Answer. .
: An v English rector . ono Sundi
preached from the text, "Who a
\thpu ?" After, Teect?ng ^'h?vma)
a pause for the qongregatlon; to r
fleet upon th?" woras, ^heh ? men
a military dress, who at the inste:
pTBs marching very se?V.r?iyiii?p^
ing it ?-';qv??stion a?tdress?d to hil
^eplieu ? . - rarn,=air, on officer of t]
.Sixteenth/ Regiment of Foot, on
recruiting party : herc, and ,li^vij
brought my wife and family wi
me- 1 nih : c?mo to church beean
I^?hea:t0 '-? beacquainted with ti
neig^noririg: clergy ? and :othev ; pf
an?>astonished; the.'. congr^ati
the sexnmnwei concluded wj
As soon as/the forces of ihe pxpl
sive gases developed by" #10 bumi
of powder become known the c
arma- took ^!b^ir7^ftec^.^^^r-3?'?'' ilrst'
the kind was u BmaU guji.barrel fi
ImcH?- a Ib^.Mle'^d:^ed-t?triif
^py match. Shot. sxonesy-Bau^ .
"buildings on fire were propeUed wi
this a^paratu?; Only a short distar,
could be shot (with these pHrnxil
^risir, The old and clurn?y siege u
pt a spring rojW, w??e chei
i?iio ??5/*S gU??. ''''^m^^?^H
~- William Mvsnr, colored, bo
servabtl^^e$; . v?pbeit'?}: ' Lee, di
i^sf^^fc-^ir?rV-'i^ged . " iBi ;->e?f??;
which Stau he had dnfted after i
te ^m^mt^m. <?
martita l?y?ti* ie the H?rib by doi
Gen! Lee fiona H^^'t?R^^
^^;h o''.iBi^wp 5 ime. i V^^^^IS
koa, uatit hi^ de?th.
She Fixed Tho Candj.
A Brooklyn woman, just returned
from a visit to relatives in Canada,
was telling cf ber pet niece, a ohild of
eight years, who came bounding into
the room with ? box of chocolate pep
permints, the gift of another relative.
"Do have some, Aunt Sis," said
"No, thank you, dear," said her
aunt. "I like peppermints, but not
with chocolate oovera."
Little Edna looked disappointed;
then left the room hurriedly, as though
struck with an ides. A few minutes
later abe returned with a handful of
"Now, you caa have peppermints,
Aunt Sis," sho said. "I licked ail
the chocolate off."
- mom** rn?
- A life inauraoco oompauy bas so
far refused to pay a policy of $25,000
on the life of Keith Dargan booauBo
satisfactory proofs of death bavo qpt
~r Ex-Gov. James S. Hogg, of
Texas, has brought suit against tho
International and Great Northern rail
road for one ?million dollars for in
juries received na thc road last Juou
ary. He says thone injuries are tho
cauao of his presont illness, whioh is
likely to result in his death.
. - When you lind it impossible to
sec a matter as your neighbor BOOB it,
remomber that vary probably you
look at it from a different Bide. If
you were in his place it might seem
very different to you. A mountain
doesn't appear the eamo on all sides.
- It is not ao very uncommon to
find people who have been wronged by
a.few and have become soured on tbe
world in general. They feel tbat they
have been unjustly treated, but never
seem to think that there ia any io jus*
tice iu losing faith in people generally
on account of tho conduct of a few.
Drawing Threads In Llnsn.
Tho tedious work of drawing
threads in linen for hemstitching ia
done with greater ease if tho febrie
ia soaped. Make a lather and apply
over the apace with a shaving brush,
and when the linen ia dry the
threads will pull out more readily.
Ivory. Knife Handlea.
Ivory knife handles which have
become-yellow from ?ge and misuse
may bb whitened by Teeing rubbed
gently with finie sandpaper and then
polished With a clean'piece of cham
ois skin. /
- -i-- fi
Tc, Mend an Umbra I In.
To mend a hole in an umbrella
stick firmly on the inside a piece of
Mack court plaster. This ia .not so
noticeable as a dorn.
MNo dangerous droga or alcoholic oon
oo noootions are taken into the stom
ach when Hyomei ia used. Breathed
through the inLeier, the balsamic
healing bf Hyomei p?n?tr?tes to the.
most remote' celia , bf the nose and
throat, and thus kills the sateirhat
gorma, ?e?is the irritated mucous
membrane, \ and gives complete, abd
Hyomei ia the simplest, most pleas
ant and the only guaranteed curs for
catarrh that .has been discovered.
Completo outfit, $1.00; extra bottle 50
For sale by Evana Pharmacy.
J. !.. SHERARD,
?tso&?t?xsrs' ASH X?A.W,
AHDBRSQg, 8. C.
m* Office over. Post Office Building
Money to loud on : Real Batata
ATTQKNEY AT LAW. \
Office iii Old Beneon Building.
Money tb Loan on Real Estate.
Notice to Cr?dito?.
A lil*. persona having domando or
dCfti clafma against tho Estate of
I^owis . W. Gen try, deceased, aro hereby
noti?ed to pr?tent them, properly prov*
en, to tbe undersigned within the time
prescribed by law, and those indebted
are uotliiod to make payment to tho
PROBERT A. eENTRY,
Ex ecu tore.
Octavi?os ',;"-ia'v?-:--. a. .
Notic? to Creditors.
? peirr?n? bav?n? demjm?? against
tho Estate of Major HUI, dece&s
W??2N YOU ARE FIFTY
Men will Bay are 3 ou a success or a
failure. YOU'LL know long be
fore. Success ia a structure you build
day by day.
Are you building? Are you laying
by something daily for the declining
year*? HUNDREDS are depositing
a of their earnings each week
and each month in the Savings De
partment of The Bank of Anderson,
where it draws interest oompoundea
Wouldn't it be wise for you to open
an account and add to it systemati
THE BASK OF ANDERSON.
Oldest and Strongest Bank in upper
South Carolina. .
That wo can supply you with
First shipment just received.
Tour accounts cannot well get lu a tan
gie if your money le deposited with and.
all payments made through the
and Trust Company,
it la our buBlnesa tb take care of your
buBlneea-the banking part of it-and we
do it with accuracy that comos f rom ^ex
perience. '. - >:;>? '.
Tho Bank's past history la a guarantee
for tho futnro. ' . ? . .j
Deposits of ar>7 amount received.
Interest paid oo deposits. Good bor
rowr/rs and good deppsttorawanted.
?"?<? THE Boo ki for th? collection of State, School
Bid County T?xea will ba opener! Crom October
IBth, 19C?. to December ?1st, 1005. Inc la&lve, and
frora January Ut, 1MB, to March l?tt? ISM, I will
coll?* wttb tho 9enaUy-for January 1 nor cen t,
Fahroarr S ?ar ?mt *nd fr^st Hires ls; io ibo
loth wUh 7 per cent penalty. After the 16th of
March *x?*u fions ?Ul DO lasued, ?
ibo Mt? of Tax lory U a? follow*': ' ? f
6 tata Taxes ?t????^to???<aiiBit^t>?M|a^*H^o> IlljJ 13
v.,' Total.M.Vj ? ?r<,.i,
An additional levy 4 milla School DUtntc No. 60,
Addition?: levy ? mill? School District Kit 4J.
AddtUonni lory *UmUU Behool Platelet No. 8?.
Addition?! lory 6 mills School DUtrlct No. 20.
AddItloualItrr S Eillls Behool ?latriet No.ii.
Additional lavy 4 Kills Behool District No. SS.
Additional lovy 8 mil!? School DUlrioi No. 6U.
Additional !?vy 4 milli School District No. 63.
UtrirtHo7 wm?1* for WaUer"UoElmOTl0 Sch001
MahiBft 1*7^'mills for Good Hop? School Dla
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Makins IVA ?Ula, for McL?oa ?chool District
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.waco th? ages af 21 and 6.) years, O? sept th QM
Irxcapahle of earning ? support from twins mtla.
toroxher osaaos? and those who aeircd lo the
n th? Siatoa. to pay a Poll Tax of One
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THE ?BOSS" COTTON PRESSE
> SIMPLEST, STUOttQEST, BEST
THIS Munsey SINNING SYSYKM
Gins. F?8i?r?, Concenter*, Eic.
?*IBB?<ff MACHINERY CO.
Co?TAmb&a.* S. C.
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ANDEBSOtft S. ?.
We respectfully solicit a share
ol your business.
Notice to Creditors.
Ail persona having demanda against
tho Eatate of John T. Clamp, de
co a? ed, aro hereby notified to present
thom, properly proven, to the undersign
ed, within the ti me prescribed by law, and ^?K
thoso indebted to make pavroent.
DR. M. A. TUOM80N,
Pot 26, 1005_ 10 S?
Notice to Creditors.
ALL persona having demands against
the Estate of Cassia C. Melton, deoeaa
ed, are hereby notified to present them,
properly proven, to the undersigned,
within the time prescribed by law, and
those indebted to make payment.
ROBERT E. MELTON,
Pot 25,1005 10 a
Notice of Final Settlement
THE undersigned, Executrix of tho?
Estate of C. E. Johnson: deceased,,
hereby gives notice that sae will ca '
Saturday, November 10th, 1905, apply to
the Judge of Probate for Anderson Coun
ty, S. C., for a Final Settlement of said
Eatate and a discharge from her oSioe as .
MRS. 8. M. JOHNSON HEATON,
Oct 18,1905 18 5?
Blue Ridge Railroad.
Effective WOT. ?, 1901. .
No. ll (dully)-L.oav? Belton 8.60 p.
m} And?rson 4.15 p. nv. ; Pendleton 4.47
p. m. ; Cherry 4 64 p. m. ; b?seos 5.31 p.
m ; arrive walhalla 6.65 p. m.
No. 9 (dally except ?undny)-Leave
Belton 10.45 s, m.; Anderson 11.07 a. m.;
Pendleton 11.82 ? m.; Cherry 11.39 a. m?
arrlveatSaneca 11,67a. m.
No. 6 (Sunday ealy)^Lesv? Bs?tow
11.46 a. m.; Anderson 11.07 a, m.; Pcb
dutton 11.82 a. m.; Cherry 11.89 o.m.;
Seneca 1.05 p. m.; arrive- Walhalla 1.2,
p. m. ? ..
Nb. 7 (dailv except Sunday)-Leave
Anderson 1O.S0 a. m.; Pendleton 10.59 a.
m.; Cherry 11.09 a. m.; Seneca 1.05 p. m.; .
arrive Walhalla 1.40 p m.
No. 8 (dally)-Leave Belton 9.16 p. n,., -
arrive Anderson 9.42 p. tn. , :.,
No. 23 (dally except Sua lay)-Leave
Belton 9.00 a. in.; arrive Anderson A?>
-No. 12 (dally)-Leave Walhalla 8,86 a.
m.; Saneca 8.63. a. na j Oheriy 9.17 a. mu;
Pendleton 9.25 a. m. j Anderson 10.00 av
m.; nrrivo Bolton 10.25 a. m, .
No. 16 (dally exoept Sunday)-Leave
Seneca 2.00 p. m.; Cherry 2.19 p. m.; Pen
dleton 2.23 p. m.; Anderson 3 10 p. na.;
arrive Belton 8,35 p. m.
No. 0 (Sunday only)-Leave Anderson
8.10 p. m.; arrive Belton 8 85 p. nv . /
: No 8 (dauyl-Leave Walhalla 8.10 p.
m.; Sanaca 5.81 p4 m.; Cherry 5.69 p. m^
Fondle ton S.12 p. s.; AndwSoa;7iSO py,
m.l arrive Belton 7.58 p.. m. ^ ;
< No. 2-1 (daily except Sunday)?- usar?
Anderson 7.50 a. m.; arrive Ba) jin BSO
a? pa. H. c. BEATTIE, F rae.;
> Greenville, a O
H * J. R. ANDERSON, Supt.
? ? ? . -. Anderaoo,?t.?. f V-,
', C, & W.CareliBaBaiiway,
Schedule in efieot Jan. 23, 190$.
p Calhoun Sau?....
Ar McCor m lok.......,
" Havannah b (con
" Port Royal-..v...
8.29 a m
2 35 p m
6.40 p m
7.40 p m
0.46 p m
o 7.00 asa
11.10 a m
Lv Pore R?vai b ....... 7.25? m oO.oopmv.
M Beaufbrt...:.......... 7.40 a m 9.10 pm
.f Sevan nah b (cen t) 5.40 a m 07.16 pct
" Charleston b ........ 7,10 a m c8.20pmv ?
'* Yemassee :. 9.15 a m 10,20 pa*
*. Allendale.. .;..>...... 10.26 am 11.31 p aa:
Ar Augusta. 12.20pm 1.80? r*
Ly Augusta............... 2.65 p m "..?
Lv McCormick ......... 4.40 pm ,6.00am
Ar Calhoun Falls ...... 6.45 p m 7.87 a n*
? Anderson..........;... 7.10 nm 10.00a aa
Lv Anderson.7.00? asv
Ar Greenwood....v.... 12.89 p ra
*< Waterloo (Harris Springs).. i.i7pm,
" Laurena......v..... 1.45pm
" Spartanbnrg ................ 8.80 p mj
"""Glenn 8prloga b...........^5ffip jg
Lv Glenn Spring? (O. K;iU.. 9.00 s mt
LvSparttinburg (O. A W. U...... 12.01 pm*
Lv Greenville............,u,.?^...V. 12.15 pu*
Lv Laurens. .?.>?.;*'*&&.:..? 160pm*
Lv Waterloo.,<?? 2.20 p mr
Lv Greenwood.2.48 p rai
Ar anderson ...........?';........,...... 7.10 p mt
? Vv? -ally exoept Sunday ; e, Sunday]
only;. . ? * *. . ? fi.'. .
Through train servi oe between Au-i
guata And Charleston.' . I i k .
For information relative to rate*, eta,)? t
apply to W. B. Steele, U. T: A., Ander-?/" .
8. C., Geo. T. Bryan, G. A., Greenville^
fi. C., Ernost Williamo, Gea. Pass. AgtJ : '
Augusta, Ga., T. M. Emerson, TrsJHof.