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Expansi,n of Its Work and Its
Ith. A i
o' thte s-everal hace a:ma te d- ee
. Arts. Science. Law. Engineering
civil and electricali and' Pedagogy~'.
offered. with the nt>t liberal
choce of studie- and the widc-t elcc
.Ave opportunity. The faculty has re
cently enlarged and increased the fa
cility for post-graduate work. and has
placed the opportunity for such ad-1
vanced university study within reach
of all who may desire it. and who
cannot go out of the state to obtain
:t. Every year the college has a
number of students working for post
Its chemical biological. and physi
cal laboratories are well equipped and
have each a master teacher at its
head, and the college library, with its
;ooo volumes, is the delight of a
The college offei special induce
ments to ambitious :oung men and
women in is generous provision for
:he conferring of scholarship; -n
meritorious studems at the close of
each session. Five of these schola
-hips are ion-frral upon istinguih
ed member< *f the freThman clas:
aur in the sonhmre claTi and
brttee in the hmnicr cla,.-. In additi.n
~o these sch lar-hips. by'. an .\et
-h 1eneral asemh!y in 1904. two
-pecial nrmtal scholarships for men
teachers are given to each county in
the state. the vail-. of each heing
'quivale::: to M. This gift cannot
he regard( d as a charity-far from it.
The money will be paid back to the
state a thousand fold in the better
ment of the common schools of the
state. which are established and main
tained solely for the purpose (or
should he) of rearing good citizens -
men and women whose lives shall be
devoted to the common weal. The
men w~ho honestly accept these schol
arships are not accepting charity.
hut are simply being partly paid 'in
advance for the hard work, the self
sacrifice, the grind to which they sub
tect themieelves for the good of the
SThe teaching force of the facuity
numbers sevente-m professors, ad
uinect pr!ofessors. andl inst'etors.
each of whom is a specialist in his
*wn dlepartmetnt. and has enjoyed the
rope. Th pr4det facl:y and:
citze. died. s !su te te e e
ami t' the: tate is inealcnlable..\
its mteeting in June the board o rs
tees elected as hiis sutcces sr Pr.i
GordI a I. MoI"re. a Virginian by
birth and a South ('aro linian by yea'r
of service. Profess r Mooreis
gentleman and a scholar, a man o
high chat-acarL. tf great mena
strength and vig r. and of long;x
perience in successful teaching. He
also has a worthy reputation a- a
great Baptist preacher.
The chair Of adjunct pro(f es sorf
of English in the University of Wash
English has also been established, and
Mr. H. C. Davis. a South Carolinian
~..d a graduate of tihe South Car'lina
college. and( last session a teacher
of english in the University o.f Wash
ington. at Seattle. was in June e-.ec:
ed to till this chair. The college is :'
he congratutlated upon(t securinag hi-e
service5. IiIis ,uccess as a t eache'
The advantages offered t., :1:'
y''mn tm-n K the state by such a:n
int1 titut in are ivaluable.
His Own Brother.
The n ted solIdier and hiistnrs.
Teod re A:.ukiat Dodge. was euc-.
ein Berlin. and at a dinner par:y.
'onos of German militarv disci
r rm th- c'umry. and I have c me
.rae e req ed I fI at int and
TIhe lietenamt c(mngrattulated him
- n his escape. le hiurried home
imd put on his inifirm. Duty late
that afternoon called him before the
Governor Chamberlain. of Connec
ticut, at a dinner in Bridgeport to the
Philippine commissioners, condemn
,d the practice of extricating one's
self from a trouble by casting the
trouble upon another's shoulders.
"Don't be like the man with the
ram."' he said. And then. as no one
seeme1d to understand his allusion.
"he man I refer to stood in the
middlI .f a I,nelv road. holding by
:I masa.:vc crot)ked harns a huge
! ye olige1m.' hc sa,id to
y. 1 -hly iing !l: :his ram
en 10- rt eu a m : I
- l , : Ie in,- . ai.1 I 7 id
.:) >vi ..har I.
.. IIIt a d ie Tll
ee. As long as youi stand in front
him. he hiin a is horin :irmly, he
C:m'T hur1 y1 . Good-by. 1 hope
vou!ce. As hiekv as o stavd ien frn
getting rid if him.'
'Then the man vaulted the fence
and dlisapp1earedl. The youth, clutch
ing th- ram's horns desperately, look
eri 'e: and diwn the road. He had
ever see a sot so desoi ate and
DR. JAMES' IRON BLOOD AND
-).Im.' Iron Blood andti..iver
T.eyatrue t nic and hIi ifood
Ie e It increases the appetite.
h ie wehil 'I y v m. by
n ioi''. . J am rj
l: nt' 'Liver Tnie ,:'w the 't
body iot.' - he Ilooked aifter--ite liver.
A :opid iver means impure blood.
a h)ad ' mpliexion, andI a dull eve andl
brain: ,* y' u can see the great nte
ce--ity v f an active. healthy liver.
Th e ma'menit y'our liver fails to act
every organ suffers. Your sto~mach
a:ti dlige'stive organs b)ect meit affect
ed. The gates of the citadel of life
are* thra wn wide copen, and diseases
fevery d escription attack the body.
D r. Tames' I ron Blo od and Liver
T1'nic enntains a laxative druig. which
act, - n the liver. relieving billions
ne- and cures chr'nic c 'n-1:pation.
W -:ill further, and we :mn wvhen
:.'e - i, uffering frnm c ': tip)a
:t - nvariably the:r.gestioni
he ood faits ta niourish and
n. Dr.an' i Jamet.' I ron Blood
n .1Ver IT..tires itndie'st ion and
epsia. It causes t he food1 you
asuhi!ate, aind the process of
n .u-: i; s ag.ain active. Nine-tenths
prieo pie stiffer from indigestion
:.t:nation: tothese we recomn
men.i th'e great Tonic compound:
Dr. James' Iron Blood and Liver
Tonic. T'nr sae by all cdruggists.
Sown at the lasf-orking
o! the Corn or Cotton Crop,
.nre an.1XII will wonder
fuilly inwrea-w thle yield andqu
itv 'f corn ( r other cropsi
follow it. It also makes splendid
winter and spring grazing, fine
early green feed, or a good hay
crop. Even if the crop is cut off,
the action of the roots and stubble
improve the land to a marked de
Write for price and special cir
cular telling about seeding etc.
T,W.Wood & Sons, Seedsmen,
RICHMOND, - VIRGINIA.
Wood's Descriptive Fall Catalog, ready
about August 1st, tells all about Farm
and Vegetable Seeds for Fall plant
ing. Mailed free on request.
Illinois Central Railroad
DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
ST, LOWS EXPOSITION,
TWO TRAINS DAILY.
In em:: ] n\. & A. R. R. &
.y . .:- - Ar St .Loui 7.08
I cave AXtlat:t 8.a:: .\. 31.
rrive S:. :I 7.08 A. M.
Leave Atla:ata 8.0 P. M.
Arrive St. Louis 7.36 P. M.
With Through Sleeping Cars
ROUTE OF THE FAMOUS
Caryn the oly morning sleeping
car fromn Atlant:: to St. Louis. This
car :eas....:..vile daily. 8.0g p.
m...Ata:mta 8:: :: T.. giv-ing you the
' re r ir ;. u: - t get lo;cated.
F-RED D. ILLER,
Travelin Passenger Agnt
N N. ro - :.. tlanvta.Ga
N ew berry, S. C.
Capital - - - $50,000
Surplus - - - 19,500
since organization 21,000
Paid Depositors in
ment since or
ganization - - $9,200
A man worklig by the dey is paid
for the time he puts in at m>jrk, but
when that man saves a dollar for his
day's labor it works for him nights.
as well as days never lays of on
account Oiof ai weather and never
gets sick, biut oe right onl earn
ing him an inom )~)~ it's a nice
thIng to work. fo mnlev, but it's
much nlice. to hav- mney workino
for you. Tr. - open a savings
account with zas ane' get some mioney
working for yn-:. Make a cleposit
in the: Savim' t' :a:.n:e t t (day
and let it beg iv to w. ek ! r pnLj.
Interest comlputt d .9 4 per cent
Tanner i and T:A. f eac..h year
Pal r or xg:.
Habit. I I Habit.
ured bKeeley Institt
.Ladv st. 0. 1'. <' Box - Col:nhia.
* Virginia Beach an
from Columbia, Camden an
from Denmark and Fairfax.
cluding September ist. 1904.
directions. SEA BOAR
City Ticket Offic
Western and A
To St. Louis and all p<
west. Three Solid Tra
I Palace Sleeping Cars,
Only through car se
Close connections t
Seaboard Air Line Rail
Railway and the South
For map folders or otJ
THOS. R. Jc
No. I Nohth Pr
H. F. Smith,
F'o - E *: ' .: 5 17 pvi
1T 'm ar.: hv Gletun Spr!ngs Ar 4 m"I
'2 0! pmn par'anb"ne a 3'4 pmx
ln 15.9 m Gr-in. 3 - W
17 pm W:ertoo 2 2') tm
1 39 : Am T.,aurene (Dio'r ' :.y 2 'Ip
Iex ex ex ex
4a-1 Sun &nnD Sun
am am pm pm pm am
7 10 70" 202 by Laur.-n, Ar IS 50 90' 600
725 7 0 209 Park. 1 42 851 550
I845 7 ) 222 Clinton !30) 830 526
915 750 334 Gold1ym!e 116 300 445J
73, 800 241 Kinard 109 745 430
94"' 809 249 Gary 3 3 , 44C
950 818 254 Jalapa 1258 725 402
11.r-e 8 40 310 Newber 1243 795 34.
1232 902 326 Prospert:p 1?28 941 300
1248 91'3 34 S1ighs I 18 '82f 25
110 9 2 389 :: Monis~t 14 620 ' 4'
1 4.' 9 40 361 4Onap'e (1 6 ' 22'
: 05 9 55 4 .i W te F.<. .j 5 5 'i. A
2 25 10 04 4::7 A:fl, r. 48 *14 I I
2 55 L :7 17 irme a 39 52
.305 10 26 4 2' ;.sa-:.h r ' C 32 4 5 19 11
3 30 10 4i + 45 CXair.rub'a O: '
, M Lv .'v attx *..C :..)&r IA tI0
'1 .M' 9Loter P' 21
36 .ier Ch rtT dfn Lv.'l
Giaete _ Dr U- a nd Tosl-,o
ia.,it, Hait s
tte of South Carolina.
C. C nfidntal .
"o :-~ .
d Ocean View, Va.,+
d Cheraw. Sio.;o Round Trip .
Good returning until and in
Double Daily --,ervice in both
D AIR-LINE RAILWAY.
e x rS one-4.
t. Louis Railroad.
onts West and North
.ins Daily with Pullman
Atlanta tOa Louis,
irvice, Atlanta to Chica
nade at Atlauta with the
way. Central of Georgia,
ern Railway trains.
~er information write to
nes, T. P. A.,
yor St., Atlanta, Ga.
Chas. E. Harmon.
Gen. Pass. Ageut.
na.~tta ar:d Ashevilo Shiort Line.
...... ....Lv Newi.:rry...Ar ' apr:
2.m Ar Laurens.... ..Lv .:p
- m......Lr Laurens.. .. A r L.::; pm
..m........ArSpartan tur, . Lv 12 el pm
ipm.......Sp rta nburg..Ar 20.25i am.
c..9. p m.....A r Salwna.. ........ Lv 3. 39 am
..i; - c.....A r Hendersonville L v 3.05 am
7.15 rtn.....A r Asheville......Lv 7.0!! amr
12.Apm..L Newberry (c.s.&L.) 310pm
! O pr... Ar L an rens............Ly 2.02 pm
:.55 p'....Lv Lauren~s...........A r 1.45 rnm
2. 1 pm.ArGreenwood.......v 12.4 1 pm
..''rr.. ...A r A ugum :a...... .. .L 1 0a
- 'pm... 7Liiguit~.... ... Ar1IT2di
4.--:0.p......Ar Baaufort ........Lv 7.15a!z.
G.A5 pm....Ar Port Royal......Lv 7.05 a'm
12 46 pm.Lv Newberry (O.N.&L)A r 3.10 pm
1 .50 pm.Ar Larens ..........L v 2.02 pm
29p....Lv Laurane ..........Ar l .4pm
3.2 p....ArGreenville.......Lv 12.15 pm
For further information relative to rates,
etc.. call on, or address
GEO. T. BRY&N, Gen. Ag*. Green7jjH 8 r'
ERNE T WILLIA MS, Gen. Pass. Ag..*
T. M. = - r - n TrafHc Manager.
SLUE R[DSE RALl RiOADs
B. C. B3."u Receiver
in Entect J une $, 1lQg.
N- s.iter'm..n oj WaIbals..
ABRIv2. LEAVE. I x.
::.9 No. .!2 .*.Ion. :;o. a !o, g
S9.55.........Belton...... ..3 20) 10 56
2 0 9 33..Anderson F. D)... . 40 t ;ii1
:6. 9 30..Anderson P. D.....345 I OQ
...9 25.West AnDderson....... .
....9 09.......Denver.....3 59.
.....8556......Pedeton ..... 411
.....8 44.......Adama ......... .
.....828 ..JordaniaJunct .... 433
..... 825........seneca.......48 .