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16 OUNCES IN ONE POUND 3
* 'People frequently ask us bow many ounces there are in the
* pound weight we use in our drug store. Some seem to thie.k
that we only give 12 ounces in one pound. We want to assure.*
everybody that whenever they buy drugs at Maye.' Drug *
Store they will always get 16 ounces to the pound, no matter
whether it is a pound of pure Cream Tartar, Epsom Salts, or
nv drug cr cbmical.
* MAYES' DRUG STORE.
HAMS! HAMS! HAMS!
WE SELL THEM.
Smithfield Hams at 25c per lb. Dried Beef Hams at 2oc per lb.
Kingans Reliable Hams at 15c per lb. Porter Hams at i5c per lb.
Armour & Co's Hams at 12Ac per lb. California Hams at i1c per lb.
Cream City Picnic Hams at roc per lb.
Bear us in mind when you want something good to eat.
DAVENPORT & CAVENAUGHi
Phone I 10. Main Street.
$ THE BOSTON STORE
+ Your special attention is called to the +
following leading goods and low prices: *
Men's Black Worsted Suits regular price $12-50 now . $6.98 *
* Men's Good Worsted Suits regular price $io.oo now $5.49 *
* Men's Vici Kid Shoes regular price $2.oo no- . . $r.39 *
* Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes regular price $1.7i now . $1.19 *
Men's Nice Dress Shirts regular price 75 cts. now - ets
Ladies' Nice Dress Skirts (Tailor made)$4 to $4.50 now $1.98
Men' Nice Worsted Pants (Tailor made) regular price
* $r-75 price now . . . . . 98 cts *
$ Don't these goods and prices please *
your eye and favor your pocket book?
+ Come and see for yourself and learn, *
that I will positively save you from 40 to
.50 per cent. on every dollar you leave +
+ with me. Yours for business,
The Best Brands
May be Found at
A Full Line of
Beautiful and Up-to-Date
* 39 YEARS.
eWe are still here offering our.e
* friends and customers the e
: best goods for the least*e
* money. Our 5 ware rooms e
eare full, and we are still run- e
* ning the same old honest:e
* way in measur~e and weight.e*
The effort on the part of Russia to
represent her war with Japan as a
contest between Christianity and
heathenism, has called forth some
statements as to the religious condi
tions of Japan. which are as surpris
ing as they are interesting. and the
comparisons made as to the practi
cal Christianity of the two countries
are by no means damaging to Japan.
which appears the more humane of
the two, while Kischeneff is cited time
after time as a crime which marks
the low grade not only of the Chris
tianity but of the civilization of Russia.,
A German missionary, reported in the
"Literary Digest," says it is remark
able how many prominent men of
Japan are Christians. To this creed
belong one member of the Imperial
Cabinet. two judges of the Supreme
Court, two presidents of the Lower
Hlouse of Parliament. three vice-Mihs
ters of State. not to mention a host
of officials in lower rank. In the
army there are 155 Christian officers,
or fully 3 per cent; of all, and the two
largest battle ships are commanded
by Christians. Three of the great;
dailies of Tokyo are edited by Chris
oians. In 1oo2 there were in Japan
5.824 Roman Catholics. 26,680 Greek
Catholics. and 46.634 other Christians.
But. as many of the Protestant
churches do not include baptized chil
dren in their reports, the total number
of Christians is estimated at about
Others Before Self.
The Northwest Relief Co. was sell
ing coal at ten cents a pailful. A
long line of customers reached to the
sidewalk and far down the street,
waiting and shivering in the bitter
air. Sarah Conley was almost at the
office door. She was glad her turn
was so near. She was chilled, and her
breakfast had been scanty that morn
ing. Moreever, she was old and not
"It's hard standing." she remarked
to the woman behind her.
"It' is that." returned the woman.
I'd rather freeze at home if it wa'nt
for the babies. They're crying with
"Look .here." said Sarah. "you take
my place! it'll get you there one
quicker." and she stepped out of the
ranks and in behind the woman.
"Lor. that's nothing!" she con
tinued. smiling away the mother's
thank's. Her. change of position
brought Sarah in front of a young
girl who coughed and shivered piti
fully in the searching wind. Just then
a rumor was passed that the coal sup
ply was giving out. The waiters
pressed close. Sarah glanced uneasi-1
"Yot can have my chance." she
aid. suddenly. as she slipped back of
the sick girl.
Sarah did not look behind again.;
She was so cold and she trembled;
trom wearmness. The slow procession
'f the line had brought her within the
office door. when she noticed a little
girl standing at one side, carrying an
empty pail and crying softly. Sarah
beckoned to her.
"You won't get your -- -ai if yo
stay there." she said. " . u'll have to
run round to the end of the line."
"T'v'e lost my money," whispered
the little girl.
"I'll hold your pail while you go
home and get more.." suggested
"T'here isn't any mnore," sobbed the
Sarah stood still a moment. Then
he slipped her dime into the girl's
purple little palm. It was the last
m.ner' she had. but she did not say'
o. Then she went home t' a cold
r. *'m. The bowl of soup she had
aved fo r dinner stood frozen on the
able. She took the clothes front the
bed and u rapped th em arO:nd her.
".\ly. rent's paid and I've got a job
f scrtubbing for to-mtorrow." she said
to herself. There's lots worse off;
than I am:"
HeIr teeth ehattered and her join:ts
:ched. Bttt away down in her heart
there glowed a warm spot as she
thought of the habies' mother, the
sick girl and the child. all with their
eaping pails of coal.-Selected.
STOCKHOLDERS MEETING. I
Thet A\tnua \ eeting of thte Sto ck
tl'Iders o f thIe C ar lina ll anni acturing
Cmany'mv all bte beli at the otice of
The Nashville, C
St. Louis Ry.,
ern and At
The Scenic Ba
To the North, Noil
Best Equipped Trains,
Quickest Time. For r.
etc., or any informatioi
No. I North Pryor St.,
Opposite Union Depc
AIR - LINE
Two Daily Pullman Vi
Between SOUTH a
The Best Rates and R<
Via Richmond and
Norfolk and Stea!
Louis, Chicago, N(
Points South and Soutl
and Jacksonville an
POSITIVELY THE SHO
as-For detailed informatic
man reservations, etc., apf
board Air Line Railway, or
Passenger Agent, Columb]
C. F. STEWART J
lirlestenant WestenI c(alini ~ a .
Augusta and Asheviloe Shorti Line.
(Schedule In effect &ugust I,1I90$.)
Red Down.) 3Read Up'
t2.46 pm.......Lv Newberry........ Ar 3.10 pm
.50 pm.........Ar Lauren......Lv 2.02 pm
2.07 pm.....Lv Laurens.. .. .... Ar 1.30Opm
3.30 pm....Ar Spartanburg.... Lv I201 pm
3.40 pm.........Lv 8partanburg..... Ar 10.25 am
5.32 pm.....Ar Saluda......... Lv 8. 39 am
6.11 pm....Ar Hendersonville Lv 3.05 am
7.5pm........Ar Aseil...... Lv 7.05 am
.2.4 p...Lv Newber (c.i.aL.)38I0 pm
1.50 pm..Ar Laurens.............Ly 2.02 pm
1.55 pm..Lv Larns..... .4...A Leo m
.51 pm......Ar Greenwood.........Lv 12.44 pm
6.20 inr....Ar Augua.......... ..Lv 10.10 am
285pim....Lv Auguta.........Ar 12.2 am
6.0 prr ...... 4r Beaufort. ........Lv 7.15 am
6.45 pm...r Port oyal .......v 7.05 a"'
2 46 pm ...Lv Newberry (O.N.aL)Ar 3.10 pm
1 50 pm..Ar Laures......Lv 203 pm
2 09 pm..Lv Lauren ...... ...A 135pm
3.25 pm....Ar Greenville. ....Lv '2.15 pm
For further informaetion relative to rates,
ae. cal1 on. or addrv.
GEO. T BRY .G. e,.A g.Greenville.8 C.
ERNE T WILLIAMS, Gen'. Pass.Agt..
T. M r:. Trailic Mar.ager.
LUE RIDGE' RIALl ROADs
E. fC. BEASTIE, Receiver.
In E'ret Jr.noR, 1902.
bsetween .A rier ...i: 3, d Walbhlla
0. 9. No. 12 stations. No. Il No.9
.M. A.M. P-.M. A. M
3 10 955........Belton.........320 10650
2 48 9 3......AnerIso F. D......340 1110
2 45 9 30. .....DA nderso P. D....3 45I 15
. .. 9 25.. ..West nderson.... 349 ....
.... 909.......ev r....... 359 ...
.. .. 855 ..... Pendleton ..... .. 4 1] ...
.. .. 8 47....... Cherry......... 418 ..
.. .. S4M ......... Adamsrn.......... 421 ....
... 828 ....Jordania Junct ... 433...
.... 82.5........ seneca......435 ....
.. e8.....West Union.... 504 ....
Al1 regular trains fr-e Rlelto (0t Wal he a.
are preced.-nce' over twitns C.! .t1 e ca.
r.oriog in the oppoeitr- ditettonl unl.-s oth
rwie specIiled by train: order
Will also stOp at the fo;lowin.; 8tations to
ik. on and t tpams
and the West
lantic R. R.
h-West and West.
Superior Service and
3tes, schedules, maps,
1, call on or address
ig Passenger Agent,
t. Bell'Phone 169.
- EAST - WEST.
.stibuled Limited Trains
nd NEW YORK.
ING CAR SERVICE.
)ute to all Eastern Cities
Washington, or via
ners.- To Atlanta,
iis, Louisville, St.
3w Orleans, and All
d all points in Florida
RTEST LINE BETwEEN
n, rates, schedules, PulL
>y to any agent of The Sea
Jos. W. Stewart, Traveling
a, S. C.
(Eastern Standard Time.)
Sobedule in Effect January i0th, 1406
1840 am Lv Atlata (&...) Ar.8Spm
120 am Ar ton Di>r Ly124 pm
10 00 am Lv Glenn spr1ngs Ar 4 00 pm
1 17 pm 00eloZlP 9 20 pm
1380arm Ar Lauren(Dn'r) Lv 2 7pm
I 84 2 3 5 3 21 &
Sun Sun Suw San
7700 201 Lv Laurine Ar 5 h 600
84 70 22 Cllto. 1300 $525
-915 7%Q 314 Goi1e 116 306 445
7&~ 800 243 Kin1ard 169 745 430
~0 824 -Jalap 72* 226 5(
:232 02 32 ?rs e 122 41 4 5
2510 71 33 17 Irmo1 113952 132
16; Un035 ion 115ation)L
34 45 Qoubs1125 00
~ LvColuwia (A.o.L.)Ar 1]PD
9 36 Ar Charleston Lv 1. 03
TrMr.. 22 and 21 r-om A . C. t.. !rdgtgni )m,
West rr vn1 tetreet
Fs. R;e, TlieTahi.or frther :r'r"
oin cal 1 -.an? Ag"nt, or niet