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We hearby announce ourselves as a
Scandidate for more business and pledge
* ourselves to satisfy all customers.
+ MAYES' DRUG STORE.
$ . We believe in woman's suffrage.
AT THE RUSSELL OLD STAND YOU
Will find a full line of Groceries, Confectioneries, Fruits,
Vegetables, Tobacco, Cigars, &c. When in need of any
0 thing in the grocery line come to see me and try some of
I my Boneless Pig Feet, Columbia River Salmon. Seaquads and0
Tripe and other nice things usually kept in a first-class Gro
cery Store. I have got the goods and my prices are right. I
will appreciate your trade and treat you right. Mail orders
filled promptly: goods defivered on short notice. I will give
you the very best goods you can buy for as little money as it
is possible for them to be sold at and live. Come to see :ne.
Be sure to find the place. the Russell old stand.
* JACOB L. DICKERT,
THE HONEST GROCERMAN.
THE BOSTON STORE
Your special attention is called to the *
f6llowing leading goods and low prices:
Men's Black Worsted Suits regular price $12.50 now - . $6.98
Men's Good Worsted Suits regular price $ro.oo now . 4.-9 +
* Men's Vici Kid Shoes regulaf price $2.oo now . . $1.39 +
+ Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes regular price Sr .75 now . . $1.19 *
Men's Nice Dress Shirts regular price 75 cts. now . . 39 cts
Ladies' Nice Dress Skirts (Tailor made)S4 to $4.50 now $.98
Men' Nice Worsted Pants (Tailor- made) regular price
* Sr.7$ 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
:e best goods for the late
* money. Our 5 ware rooms e
eare full, and we are still run-e
* ning the same old honest *
* way in measure and weight.e
I MOSELY BROS. j
THEORY OF INSANITY.
Fewer Blondes Than Brunettes in the
State Insane Asylum.
St. Luis Globe-Democrat.
everal months ago I happened
across a pamphlet published by the
grovernment ot a southern state in
which were some interesting statistics
regarding the complexion of the In
mates .4f the state insane asyluim.
Hobart Langdon said. "Only 3 per
cent. Of the t.-tal had light hair and
4 Inly per cent. had blue eyes.
It struck me as a rather curious
fact that dlark haired and dark eyed
people should so largely predcminate
among the insane. but the matter ot
latitide might play some part in t-his
I I th ight: for naturally there were
i re (lark than light haired pe(,p)c in
that section. just as a matter of cu
riosity. however. I thought I would
write tt the a vlm authorities in cer
tain -ther parts of the country to
-e hat thle rati., of lighit haired Iin
mate7 was to th,se who were dark.
and expected to find the percentage
increae 'in communities where the to
t f iglit.haired waz larger. but in
this I xa, ni.taken: so I am led to
iner inin the statistics I gatherid
that there is a greater oor!ility-for
.'dg dark haired than
mtilt'n1 li-ht haired peop"e.
"e w were -btained fr.-on 6,4:
an cate in inearly every 5t.
- . :mId a few ir Canada
1nd England. The total iunimher 'r
pa tient in the7e institutions was 16.
. 'f WhItm 703 had light hair and
fi - ( rei- *r :L7urnd 1cks. In other
wi ir(,. o6 per cent. of the inmates i
were br.nettes. with either black or
br.wn hair. the latter in varying:
shades. I wne asylun in New Eng
!and there was not a single innate
that wan nlt a brunette. Of .course.
I d not kn-.- how to account for
this. f,,r I an-t a ,pecialisz in ;luch
matter- ai n.y secured the statis
tics W."t If litre curiosity. bat it cer
tn! lk 1 1. th1ugh blondes were
I lable t sanit- th-an those With
darker lhar c-r ve-e
-\n'herpeculiar ;eature about the
S 1btained. h,-wever. w-as that
the perce-age tA tnste regarded as
incrab- ina ne wa nmuch greater
aM.Ii thle h TeS than ainig the!
brute . The titals show that
amnig the dark htaired inmate.s only
:3 per cent. were marked hopelessly
insane. wlhile among the blondes 8t
per cent were put in this category.
and that only three among the red
haired patients escaped the same
A coach cioutaining ive passengers.
while passing through Yellowstone
park. slipped off the side of a preci-I
pice. It was caught by brush and its
descent staved for an instant. during
which the passengers managed to ex
tricate themselves and escape. climb
ing to the rocks and brush. The stage
soon fell with a crash to the bottom
of the canyon 70o feet below, killing
the horses and demolishing the ve
hicle. A\ll the passengers were pain
-Newberry Hdwe. Co.
Dear Sirs:-Over 6ity years ago
our firm began selling paint through
outt the South: sales have contintued
uninterruiptedly, and ten times greater
than any other brand of paint.
Read the following:
"Have tused the L. & M. Paint
twenty years: houses painted with it
eight years ago shoiw better today
than hous~es painted with other paints
within two y-ears.''
A. P. Edgell. Alachhta Fia.
"Have used all brands of p)aintl. L.
& MI~ Pure Paint stands better. aiid
wears longer than any oth.er paiint I
have ev-er ued in -my ten years ex
H. F. Smith. Painter. Concord. X. C.
"I painted Frankenbuirg Block with
L. & M. Paint : stands out as though
"'Actual co.,t was less than Sr.2o per
WV. B. Barr. Charlestiin. WV. Va.
"I painted iiur old homestead
with L. & 11. Paint twentt-six years
ago. Not painted since: looks better
than houses painted in the last four
years with other paint."
IH. S. Scotield. Hlarris Springs. S. C.
"sedh the L.. & 3I. Paint for si:<
teen y-ear.. Painted three houses
with it titeen years. a go: they have
neeedi i:tng -iice."
JE. WVebb. H-ickory-. N. C.
I .N\(2.\N & SIAR I!NEZ.
Thli- ceiebra'.ed paiint is 5)hl hy
The Nashville, C
St. LQuis Ry., -
ern and Atl
The Scenic Ba
To the North, Nortl
Best Equipped Trains,
Quickest Time. For ra
etc., or any information
No. I North Pryor St.,
Opposite Union Depoi
AIR - LINE
NORTH - SOUTH
Two Daily Pullman Ve
Between SOUTH a
The Best Rates and Ro
,Via Richmond and I
Norfolk and Stearr
Louis, Chicago, Ne
Points South and South
and Jacksonville and
POSITIVELY THE SHOF
NORT H A I
ms-For detailed informatior
man reservations, etc., app
board Air Line Railway, or,
Passenger Agent, Columbi
C. F. STEWART, A
ClarestoI at Western CaroJln RWv CA,
Augusta and Ashevill Shorti Lin.
(Schedule in efreet August 1,1I90$.)
(Read Down.) (Read Up)
12.46 pm.........Lv Newberry...... Ar 3.10Opm
1~~~~.50.p..........au.n..........Lv 2.02 pm
2.07 pm......Lv Laurens.-.... Ar 1.30 pm
8.30 pm....Ar Spartan burg..... Lv 2 01 pm
3.40 pm....Lv spartauburg..... Ar 10.25 am
5.32 pm....Ar Saluda.......... Lv 3. 39 am
6.11 pm....Ar Henidersonville Lv 3.05 am
7.15 pm....Ar sheville........ Lv 7.05 am
12.46 pm..Lv Newberry (C I.aL.) 3 10 pm
1.50 pm....Ar LaurenS.....-......Ly 2.02 pmi
1.55 pm ...Lv Iau,rens..........Ar 1.45 rm
2.51 pm..Ar Greenwood. ...Lv 12.44 pm
5.20 m...Ar Augusta............Lv 10.10 am
2 36pm...v Augusta...... .....Ar 12.20 am
6.30 p'x ..r Beaufort .........Lv 7.15 am~
6.45 m...Ar Port Royal ......Lv 7.05 a.r
12 46 pm..Lv Newberty (o.N.aL)Ar 3.10 pm:
1l50 pm ...Ar Laurens.L........v 202 pm
2 09 pm...Lv Laur ans.........Ar 1.15 pm
3.25 om ...Ar Greenville ......Lv 12.15 pm
For further informiation relative to rates,
etc.. call on, or address
GEO. T BRY kN, Gen. Ag' Greenville. 8 C.:
ERNE T WILLIAMS, G4en. Pass. Agt.,
T. M. -r ;-n Traffic Manager.
BLUE RIDGE SALl ROADs
K. C. BEA'-TIE, Receiver.
In Efreot .iune 8, 1902.
Between Anderson a-..d Walhalla
No. 9. No. 12 Stations. No. Il No.9
P. M. AM. P.M. A.
3 10 9 55..........elton.........320 10 50
2 48 935......Anderson F.D......340 1110'
2 45 9 30......Anderfon P.D......345 II 16
.... 925......West Anderson.....349 ....
.... 9 09...............Denver............ 359 ...
..... 9 02.........Atun.........405 ....
.... 8 55....Pendleton ..... 411 .....
.....847.........Chery.......... 418 .....
.. . 828 ..Jordania Junct ... 433 .....
.... 8 25........Seneca.....4 35 ....
4 40 ....
...... 8S06......Wet Union .... 504 ....
...... 8 00...... Walhalla........09 .....
All regular trains from Belton to Waihala,
have precedence ove'- trains of same class.
mving in the opposite direetton unless oth
erwise specified by train order.
Will also stop at the failowing stationis to
e on and 1et ne nas
ind the West
lantic R. R.
li-West and West.
Superior Service and
.tes, schedules, maps,
call on or address
SEAST -- WEST.
stibuled Limited Trains
nd NEW YORK.
NG CAR SERVICE.
ute to all Eastern Cities
Aashington, or via
is, Louisville, St.
w Orleans, and All
.all points in Florida
'TEST DNE BETWEEN
i, rates, schedules, Pull
y to any agent of The Sea
Jos. W. Stewart, Traveling -
, S. C.
(Eastern Standard Time.)
Se edb in Effect JaurNorthond.
I840 am Lv Atlanta (s.A.r.) Ar. 8Sp
103pm Abbevle 406pm
2 15pm ArClinton(Din'r) Ly. 245 pm
10 00am Lv Glenn a prns Ar 400 pm
1 17 pm Waero 220 pm
1 20 ynli &r Laurens (Dln'r) Lv 2 t-7 pm
84 22 53 52 21 85
Sun Snn saD Sunl
10700 202 'ivLaurene Arl)o 600
725 71 J0 arks 128 505
9002439 ary oun n 20
9 0 8824 Balapa 125 764 5
1130 0 840 31 45olubrr 1243 76 34510
1248 918 3 A4 C1g. 128L. 5
(Un95 i39 ton Stain)11 2 4
2 55 47 L rColuba(...A 11 52 13
W. G. CHILD . C. L.iwm r,
. (.Un min Satn) $ts