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Ring up No. 74
+ STORE. Ord
+ berry filled at an:
* We sell three
* article for $2.50.
+ We carry the b
at-very lowest pri
Wm. E. PE
* Reliable Pres
AT THE RUSSE
Will find a full line c
Vegetables, Tobacco, Cig
thing in the grocery lu
my Boneless Pig Feet, C
Tripe and other nice thit
cery Store. I have got tl
wvill appreciate your tra<
filled promptly; goods de
you the very best goods yo
is possible for them to b
Be sure to find the place, 1
+ Your special a
Men's Black Worsted Suits
Men's Good Worsted Suits 1
Men's Vici Kid Shoes" r
Ladies' Nice Dress Shoes
Men's Nice Dress Shirts r(
Ladies' Nice Dress Skirts (
* Men' Nice Worsted Pants
* $1.75 price now
$ Don't these gc
* your eye and fa
+ Come and see f
*that I will positiv4
+*50 per cent. on
* with me. Your
* We are still
: best goods
e money. Ou.
* are full, anc
:ning the ce
e way in mea
The Same Dav It H:
for PELHAM'S DRUG
ers over telephone
-om any Doctor of New
hour, day or night.
bottles of any $1.00
est medicines and sell 0
IHAM I SON,1
)erry, S. C.
LL OLD STAND YOU
f Groceries, Confectioneries, Frnits,
prs, &c. When in need of aniy
e come to see me and try some of e
>lumbia River Salmon, Seaquads and
igs usually kept i-, a first-class Gro
ie goods and my p z s are right.' I
le and treat you right. Mail orders
livered on short notice. I will give
u can buy for as little money as it
e sold at and live. Come to see me.
:he Russell old stand.
ttention is called to the +
goods and low prices:
regulaiprice$12.5onow . . $6.98
regular price $o.oo now - - $5.49 *
gular price $2.oo now . . $1.39 +
regular price $1.75 now . . $1.19 *
gular price 75 .cts. now - - 39 cts
railor made)$4 to $4.50 now $1.98
(Tailor made) reg ular price
. . . . . 98 cts *
ods and prices please
vor your pocket book?
or yourself and learn, +
lIy save-you from 40 to *
every dollar you leave *
s for business,+
~.MOR RIS. :
here offering ou,e
I customers the e
for the least.e
ir5 ware rooms e
lIwe are still run-e
mie old honest:i
sure an d weight. S
cal and Gieneral News
:mnens, When Itr Is Nes
How the Chickasaws Were Taught
the Meaning of the Ex
Among the earliest ciers to the
llatchee cointrv. in western Tennes
Xee Va a \l \. Barnes. a blacksmith..
who became a friend of the Chicka
;aw Indians and often mended their
n. with' ut charge. Barnes waF a
polr man. he obtaining on credit a
d nker named Moses. which was
Valned at a t.ins* lerable vln. he im
pc,rted the animal and -tabled it at
the !mithy. says the Youth'% Cnipan
ion. It was the orst in that region.
n nirning he found the door
open and 'ose gone. IHe followed
the trail t. the bank of the river ana
ost it. The stream was in a d1ood.
and he believed his valuable animal
was dr-wned. Uie he f,iind sonie
w*ay t) pay or it lie was a ruined
Two months later a trading scow
came down the Hatchee irom Bolivar.
and on the roof. spread in the sun.
was the hide of Moses. unmistakable
in its soft and handsome gravs.
Barnes related his story to the trader
and received the skin which had been
boupht at Bolivar from a trader there.
As no white man would have shot
a donkey Barnes concluded that the
Indians. who had never seen one,
but who were then hunting on the
Hatchee. were the offenders.
To trap them he tried a little strat
agem. He organized a shooting
contest and offered as a prize "the
handsomest skin ever taken on the
Hatchee. the pelt of a beautiful
A Chicksaw brave was the winner
of the contest and claimed the prize.
larnes brought forward the skin o
Moses and spread it on the ground.
"There is your prize." he said.
"Me shoot um! Me shoot um!"
cried the winner. running to the skin
and pointing to a bullet hole. Then
he told how he had been wandering
down the river bank and had seen
this strange wild animal. like nothing
he had ever seen before, breaking
through the cane. He- had shot it
and sold the hide at Bolivar. He was
delighted to get it back.
This was what Barnes had hoped
for. Standing, he addressed the
"My brothers." he said, "you know
me. I am a poor man, but I am a
friend to the Chickasaws. I mend his
gun for him and deal fairly by him.
This animal was my white man's
pony. I bought it far away -and
brought it here. It cost me much
wampum. the price of many Indian
ponies. To lose it will lose me all. It
escaped me and went to the woods,
and there a Chickasaw killed it.
"When I am in Chickasaw country,
I ober Chickasaw law. When Chick
as aw isin white man's couintry, he
should oev white man's law. White
matn' law is that whoever kiH~s my
nony' mnlit pa~y for it. WVhat will
The Eidians had listened attentive
iy: \\.hen he had :inished they' went
in their ponies. tethered nearby. The
whites watched them meanwhile with
intense interest. The Ind(ians tunteth
eredI their ponies and brought them
"'Take tim." they said. "Indians
have only ponies. Give tim all."
"How many?" asked Barnes.
"You say how many."
Barnes approached an appraiser.
who selected a ntumber of ponies
equal in value to the donkey. These
the blacksmith sold to his neighbors.
The Indians gave tip their hunt ana
wen' back to their v'illages, poorer.
btit satisfied. They Jhad maintained.
for their tribe at least, some claim
to the title. "HIonest Injun."
Anticipated a Funeral.
Secrtary Shaw tells a story' to the
effect that somie years ago one Of the
chairity societie- of Iowa -enit a ntum
her of orphan- out to his town for
dhistrh:i'n atm lg childa ss people.
\av th Ne Yrk Tribune. The
di's'tr i i,n .e.medr mneh~ inttere'o
inth ' inL.ze. ::cc.rdintg to' the Bu:ffa
la Comme rcial A the irphtant were
beitng gie i t th se whio wanted to
ado p chilIdren. a little* re,idemt 'f the
town. rant iup to her nmothier and said:
O)h. mammn~ta. I wvish y Wn wnbl take
a ittle llrphan ::irl " "l,It. my dear "
repl''d thI m-.tIer. ~' iav. you
WXhat deo I want with :mn nrphian?"
"Ir kn 'ow v hav ei~. " sai th lttle
.grl Loyo igh wan t I hve
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The Nashville, Chat
St. Louis Ry., and
ern and Atlani
The Scenic Battle
To the North, North-Wi
Best Equipped Trains, Sup,
Quickest Time. For rates,
etc., or any information, call
JNO. E. SAT~
No. I North Pry.or St.,
Opposite Union Depot.
AIR- LINE - R
NORTH SOUTH -- E
Two Daily Pullman Vestibule
Between SOUTH and I
FIRST-CLASS DINING I
The Best Rates and Route to
Via Richmond and Wast
Norfolk and Steamers.
Nashville, Memphis, L
Louis, Chicago, New 01
Points South and Southwest
and Jacksonville and all pc
and Cuba. -
PosrVELY THE SHORTEST
W-F- detailed information, rate
man reservations, etc., apply to-ai
board Air Line Railway, or Jos. W
Passenger Agent, Columbia, S. C
C. F. STEWAR,Asst(
1ar'8toR ail YgSim (3'Ohlla RW fO .
atugszta, and AshevTlle short Line.
(Schedlei in efredt a.ngust 1, [Q0.)
~Read Down.) 'Read UN'
12.4 pm.,..Lv Ne wberry ..*.... . r 3.1 pm schedt
i 0pm.......ar Laur,ns........Lv 2.12 p.n
2.07 pm.... vLau:*ens.. ....Ar 1.l0Orm 8 40 at
3.90 pm......ArSpartan burg..... Lv1201' m1I 8a
3.40 pm.....v spartanburg..Ar 10.25 am 12 00 at
5.2 pm....Ar Saada.........Lv. 3. 39 am 1 08 pm
6.11 pm....A r HendernouiiVlle Lv 3.0.5 s.m. 1 28 pi
7.15 m....A r 5Asheville..... Lv 7.05 sm 2 15pn
12.46 pm..Lv Newberry (C.N.aL.) 3 10 pm .....
1.50 pm...Ar Laurens...............Ly 2.02 pn:
1.65 pm....Lv Laurens..........Ar 1.45 '-m
2.51 pm..Ar Green wood....L...v 12.44p pI 10 00 an
5.20 im...r Augusta.......Lv 10.0 ar 12 0Olpi
235 pm...Lv Augnata........ Ar 12.20 am 12 15 pi
)en fpit...Ar Beaufort......Lv 7.15~W a I 7pz
5 45 pm...Ar Port Royal .......v 7.415 av' 1 30 p
12 46 pm ...Lv Newberry (0 .AL)Ar 3.10 Dim
1 50 pm ... ArLaurens.........v 202 pm ..
2 I9 pi"..Lv Laur"ns. ...... ....A 5pi
3.25 nm ...Ar Greenville .......Lv 12.15 pm 84 22
For further information relative to rates, Su ox
etc. call on, or addreas am.
G*!|. T BRY AN, Geu.A.Greeuville.8 C. 7 10 700
E RN T ILLIMS,Gen.Pas. At., 7 25 7 10
T. P4. .g. ~Auqusta. Gra- 8 45 730
T.M. r : rafi anag4er- 915 7 50
73:' 8 00
9 40 8 @
-9 50 818
1150 8 40
GLUE RIDqE' RALl RDOA. 'N N
E. C. BEAi-TI, Receiver. I g 155 9
In EnreotJune 8,l902. 22510 04
Iftwen.*ndrsnapd Walhalla.. 255 I) -7
sermote wvrBUND 305 102
AaI: T tE. LEAVE. 3 3010 45
No. 9. No. 12 :'ations. No. Il No. 9
P. M. A. M. P. M. A-.M
310 9 55.....Belton.....320 10 50~
2 48 9 33...Andeson F. D......340 1110]
2 45 920......A nderson P.7D.... 345 l11 15
..... 925...West Anderson.....349 ..
..... 909.........Denver.....3 59 ..
..... 902......Autun.........405 ....
..... 855 .....Pendleton .....411 -.....I p
. ..S28 ...Jordanla Junct ... 433...- 93
..... 825........ Seneca.4.... . 51i...
..... 06....West Union .... 504 .....Traind5
.. 800.......Waballa...... 09 .... ne nnioi
All regular trains from Belton to Waihala, West Ger
ave precedence over train' of s'.ne class For Bati
moving in the onposite dl-ectton un:ess oth :tion cal o
r:,rise pecfid $5train order W. G. CHI]
Will a'so -top at the I.viowing stations to Pres!
a, onand le ne pa .7. F. Liv1
ic R. R.
,st and West.
arior Service and
on or address
RST ,- WEST.
d Limited Trains
4 EW YORK.
all Eastern Cities
flngton, or via
leans, and All
ints in Florida
s, schedules, Pull
iy agent of The Sea
(Eastern Stax.dard Tin:e.)
It nEffect January 10th, I.
1Lv Atlants (s.A.L) Ar.8 Jp
1 Abben 619pn
Ar Clinton Din'r) Ly. 24 pm
I Lv Glenn ~4rng Ar 4 4t' pm~
SWeroo 2 20 r.m
IAr Laurens (Din'r) Lv 2 ('0 to
53 52 e 86
D'ly D'ly D'aQ XiFb
20 Lv Lanrena Ars 0 0000
23 ClInton.. 13081)6
254 Jalpa 127" t
339 LrMnutain 2146 340
36 iton 16553 3I~
4 17 Irmo P 39 528 1 32
A. C. L.
4 45 11 28
LvUilmbia (A.c.L.)Ar U A
Ar Charleston Lv si 0i
I and 52 arrive and depart nomn
an 1 from A. C. L. freight. 0ere,
e, Time Table.s,or furtaer lninteos
ay Agent, or wrte
dent. TraM EKfa4(r