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of the countr'S most
;ralists, was address
rre audience at Minne
nClusion of an inspiring
11 nov have a season of
cr, eduring which no one
mitted to leave or enter.
ill please lock the
eil known in the city as
and an infidel arose and
protest. A city of
roliibits the locking of exit
n public meetings."
t audience was stilled.
'is composure, the .rev.
to enter into con
1 who raade that
n times of panic
in thiscity who
7to trample upon
en m their haste
see that the
nse choir, he
gh a'4oy's Eyes.
orbin turned the
iiffeent street at F the
naing asmall boy who was
- L. Im 1H
- Lin i e - im
d was sent
1one. -You ran
* gentleman," squeak
* -'9e's a general."
-a pretty little
thin hef." All she needs
cto let others see it glow.
~pealed :to Joe Humphreys,
sitteth at the right hand of
es' 1'chman. Many pass be
himbut few are chosen. Po
tt though.he be, even a great
~2er has limit&ations. Nature,
et~splendid prodigal, provides
pre .ndens than the play.
em prticular damsel was per
$'I.am sure I h.ave as much talent
my in your companies," she
tn power that is,
~ "u we want expei-ienced people
S$w o o the mechsmics of the
~ h"gasped thae. girlie in true
~~mgnnehorror; "must Iknow all
-~toestage hands ?"
oesanswer has not been -ecord
C h1 igan engagement.--New
- Reed's Other Side.
Duing a presidential campaign
some years ago the late Thomas B.'
Reed had occasion to speak in the
Schlitz ark theater, Milwaukee.
T weeas a large and appreciative
ua. ience present. At thte conclusion
~j~of the ex-seaker's address a man
Sn the audience, who had the ap-.
egarance of an individual who
7wishes to attract attention to him-.
selfiin public gatherings, said, "Mr.
Reed, you will admrit that there are
sides.-to--this question ?"
~ inly," declared the man
* ne. "So has the curtain
~ge. But stay where you
pish to enjoy its beauty.
~de is very dull, I assure
hit Free Press.
%a Kilnd You Has Alwrys Bought
Athered Fromn thie
things that can be
e transparent. Now,
i mntnion somnething
.y-Yes, ma'am. A key
~%"amma," said little Ethel one
anday morning, "If I lose myv cer
ficate of baptism will I have to be;
all over again ?"
Tlft and (Oaden.
ihrHave AIi3S aBugMi
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goric,~ Dr P ndhet
cA ins neOiter p.iaa
su., Stn ce. its a
i1. It ITre e':l .S Teethi- j
Stoac~h and1 Bo ws
The Children~s Pana ea -h,
C:~~.s'Lea~s ise i i1f~
The nd You.lUT
In Use For--, 0
TE CENTAUR COMPANY. 77 W
Her Girl Friends.
"Did you notice what a peculiar
walk Laura is cultivating?"
"Yes. Poor girl, she is deter
mined to attract attention some
TNo Doubt About It.
"A married man live on less
: ithan a single man."
. "Of course. A married man usu
ally has to."
The Consumer's Query. -
What's us fellers goin' to do.
Jes' us ordinary men
Who must toil the whoi day through
An' turn in an' toil again?
We've no time to get control
nf the inl an' the coal.
Mte Cnsuer'su Qeryou
What's us fellers goin' to do.
Lie's orientary aboun
What oilv thied or dwatrough
.-' turnod an' tollt atgainot.
You're tie o gt ontrsmus
Ofk sme showal ofen' ecoa.
Mister man. it's up to you
What's us fellers goin' to do?
Lif's oo rie-toashintouStar
Wha yoehaind or0 ait e2S86
o s t .:..
- ~'ethe Pbay's bthbes hung
"mk dsoemed," o sid ut.e a'
iter ani, " pto o-th
pla atmywasnse. Sa
Yell, dc"well," aikd Ctiek,
"most. people don't enjoy jokes of
"Jokes of what sort ?"
"At one's own esponse."-Phila
Mr. Bacon-I notice all of the
articles of that woman which are
now appearing in this magazine are
about things which happened years
and years ago.
Mrs. Bacon-Perhaps she' gave
the articles to her husband to mail.
His Badly Cihosen Phrase.
"Don't you think that young
Hun ker,wants to marry Miss Dol
i. a-id tleT'we e-askedH..
"I think so," replied Tomdik. "I
heard him say that he 'loved her
for all she was worth. "-Jiidge.
Timbers of oak keep the old
homestead standing through
the years. It pays to use the
" Men of oak " are men in
rugged health, men whose
bodies are made of the sound
Childhood is the time to lay
the foundation for a sturdy con
stitution that will last for years.
Scott's Emulsion is the right
Scott's Emulsion stimulates
the growing powers of children,
helps them build a firm
foundation for a sturdy consti- s
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNZ, Chemists,
40-4l5 Penrl Street, New York.
ROc. anS.0: aldrurists.
Se m.,s rand beutim~s the hafr.
.. i lskC Itxuri.zri poth. r
- init t o isYotfl Co'ior
Woud tat :rccould
SHOT FGMEVERY HOUSE-TOP
withs th~e strongthi of a, mImlon votees
Cous odc onsu pton ..
B J rEnS tesha.lui
I ONEYBACK IF IT FAILS.
Price Soc and S1.0o. Trial Be Fre
- . -
a orneihe Signatnre of
-.n:de dr hisper
r o asince its infancy.
),ne to di.eceive you in this.
S Just-as-good" are biuh
Si. adange ti'e health s
ienC against Cpeiment.
ate for Castor Ci, PCre
i->,., .t is- PICasant. It
1-ante. It deuGs W!Oms
ses iarhecaandVlind s
1anties, cures Con1sti)ationf
tes the- .Food, regulates thie
-A ak hy :.nd natura1 sleep
3 Mother's Friend.
%5gnature of -
Always Bo uht
ver 30 Years.
tWy STaen. new Tom C"
A LITTLE -NONSENSE.
Foolish Mistake of a Man Who Was
Soliciting 'For Charity.
The man'who was soliciting for a
charitable institution argued long
and earnestly. He wanted a con
tribution of $100. Finally the mer
chant reached for his checkbook.
"The Lord loveth a cheerful giv
er," - quoted the solicitor, with
"Does he?" asked the merchant,
"You'll find it in the Bible," as
serted- the solicitor.
The merchant put- back his
"I was about to give you $100,,
he explained, "but I couldn't possi
bly do that cheerfully. Doubtless
it would be more pleasing in the
eyes of the Lord if I kept down to
a point where I can be cheerful."
Thereupon he handed a five dol
lar bill to the solicitor and smiled
A Privilege In Peril.
Master--Jane, what is that terri
ble racket going on outside.?
Jane-One of the children fell
Master--Well, you tell them that
if they cannot fall downstairs with
out making so much noise I won't
allow them to fall down at alL.
-- M .irrmely warning.
"Now, my- child," said the deer
mother as she selected a nice place
for the 'little deer, "if you want to
see the real thing in deer liants, sit
here by thle roadside and be. carteful
not to move or the hunter may
take you f-ar a man and shoot you."
For tihe deer mother was up to
:late and read the dailj papers.
First Impressions of the Capital.
"Well," said the friend, "how do
you like Washington ?"
Colonel Stilwell paused to consid
er and then answered:
"Well, the speechmaking is more
rrequent, 'but 1 don't thinks the
Iuality of the liquor is near as good
is what we have at home."--Wash
-An Old Soak.
Jonah had' been lodged. in his
iew quarters for the third day. '
"This is pretty good," he mused, a
'for a hail bedroom, and the steam -
ieat is just fine!"
Hfereupon the whale, fearing it
iad swallowed a big sponge, threw
iim out.-New York Times.
A Rare Treat.
"Row do you like your steak,
"Eh ?" -2
"Like your steak rare, sir?"
"Xo, I don't. But that's the way
usually get it."-Cleveland Plain T
The Hardened Cynic.
"I have noticed," said the hard1
ned cynic, "that about the time a
ian's children get to be almost half
a bad as he was when he was a boy
e begins to howl about the world's
rowing worse."--Baltimore Amer
Crawford-Why do lovers just sit A
id sit in blissful silence ?
Crabshaw.-Because as a general
ting th6 isn't room for either of
i get a word in edgeways.
oLto TKifl ge.ae.ArysB~i
C A.mT O32.2%..
a the The Kind You Hars Always8euga
0 ELITTLE ONES.
he True Story' of a Brave Little Girl
Whom God Needed.
She was only a little girl of thir
,en. Her iather was ill, and her
Lother was kept beside his equch
care for him. Two little broth
:s with these formed the family.
'here was a small store in a portion
f the town quite dista,,t from the
ome that had to be kept open, as
; formed the only source of support
>r the family.
To this store every day trudged
e little storekeeper through the
itter cold of winter, carrying fin
er pocket a piece of unbuttered
read for dinner. All day she sold
er goods and each night carried
ome to "poor, sick papa" the mon.
v she received. In the cold back
om she ate her sorry dinner. Oc
asionally she saved a penny or two
nd at Christmas bore to her sick
ather an orange and to each broth
r a little tov. but nothing for her
elf. She passed each day the
aker's windows, where were dis
layed many things that looked
ood to hungry childish eyes, but
Lot a penny bought anything for.
Lerself. She ate her cold bread
nd saved all the money for papa
and the family.
One evening she lost one of her
ittens, but told no one of her loss,
s it would take money to buy 4n
>ther. In the biting cold she wiould
rear it on .one hind ntil the other
vas cold and then change it.- Thus
he supported the family through
he winter, paying by her work for.
ood and fuel. This little heroine
io longer lives, for God has need of
ill such. The snows are today
>iled above her orave, but there are
iearts that wilY never forget the
.ittle heroine and her devotion to
This is a true story.-Cor. New
Dude, the Railroad Dog.
Dude was the name of a dog that
before his death, which took place
r.ecently at St. Louis, Mo., had. a
very wide circle of aoquaintances.
The dog lived near the depo and
oon became possessed of the idea
that he must watch the grade crogs
ings, of which there are a number in
the vicinity. For more Ui two
years he had met ever.- ih d
train and preceded the locomotive,
barking in energetic warning. His
plan 'was to dash down the main
line as soon as a train whistled in
the lower yards and, turning about,
speed ahead of the engine until it
stopped at the platform. The rail
road companies provided no watch
man at the crossing, so that Dude
was really useful, and many a per
son has been warned of the ap
proach of danger by the frantic
barks of the dog. Dude's end came
in a very sad way. A train several
minutes late anA making up time
proved too speedy for the little pi
lot, and he was run down and killed.
Dude is mourned sincerely by the
many r'ailroad men who knew him,
and "they gave him a suitable burial.
A Boy ineno
Lamoille, Ill., was aiwadedmedal
for an incubator built by him and
a year later was made a life member
of" the Parisian Inventors' acade
my, Paris. At the same time he
received a gold medal from that in
stitution. N'ow, at the age of twen
C E. NE B~UE
co es. VHe has UoUt orsii
levices in process of perfectibon.
'his is a good record for a b'oy of
Not -a Ladylike Reply.
Once when Queen Alexandra was
eturing from a sail with her
aughters, who were then little
~hildren, an old sailor instinctively.
~aid to one of them, who was walk
ng' up the plank, "Take care, little
ad'."."m not a lady,* haughtily
etorted the child. 'Tm a prin
ess!" 'The queen, who overheard
he kindly injunction and the cath
r ill bred reply, said quickly, "Tell
he good sailor you are not a little
ady yet, but you hope to be some
Reply to "A Marital Lament."
hen you linger at the offoe don't you
think that It 1s due
o your wife to let her know about what
time you will be through?
I don't wish to be exactig
But it's just a bit distatn
Then dinners long been ready' to be
waiting, dear; for you.
f course I greet you smiling, as indeed
why should I not?
ou've been away all day from home and
slaving such a lot!
But when we dine at T,
And you're not home till 11, .
e can hardly blame me, desses I the
dinner Isn't hot.
'hen toiling for your family with enery
>be kept in at the offce, to be sure, is
not a crime, -
But-not to press unduly
Will you .tell me. dearie. tiqily,
re you sure It was the offce .that do
taned you all the time?
--New York Time.
Sven M izn oxes seainpast 1isa
TIMF S .Ui
YOU'"VE BEEN THINKING,
S ALL OF1 'EM SMASHING GOOD
S SHOE VALUES, 0
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00.
NPride & Patton.
UP-TO-DATE S10E HOUSE,
G REENVILLE, S. 1.
...A Bargain in Clothing..
Thirty Black and Blue Clay Worsted
Cutaway Coats and Vests at $4.50.
each, Tbeve goad. cost more lO. 1 ti e this money. The
biz's are broken. but if Your Aize is amonig them you sill
get great value if )ou buy oie.
Nine Prince Albert
Coats and Vests -r
. Same materials worth from $10.M0 to $18.00; your choice f.r $6.0.
...Don't Miss a Bargain Like This...
Main Street, Greenville. S. C.
DON'T .WOR RY
But when in need-of anything in our line give us a
e call and we will make you feel good.
We have always" on hand a full supply of Fresh
Groceries at Lowest Prices. Our Spring'Dry Goods
are now arriving. Will tell you about them later, but
~ c.., - ?hen in town.
uNotion Departme is full of .Ba ' ur
is "the same goods for les - oney, more and better goodsl ior
the same money." Yours for trade,
WYATT & GRIFFIN,
____ ____EASLEY, S. C.
A.~ K. PARK,
The Oldest Dry Goods Firm in Greenville.
The Original West End Dry Goods Store.
I can supply all of your wants in
Dhy (ioods, Notions and Shies,
My house is full of new Spring and Summer Goods,
bought at the lowest Market price agd will be-.sold as
cheap as g6od reliable goods can be sold for. It is inipos
sible to tell yoti intelligently or describe my goods in this
advertisement, but if you will call at my store. It will
gve us pleasure to show you what we have and give the,
lowest price that such goods can be sold for. Anythipg
in ladies goos from a cheap lawn to a fine silk. My
-White Goods are very strong. Men's Dress Shirts. A
strong line of Men's and Womens Underwear. Shoes to
stiit all-High Cuts, Low Cuts, Fine Shoes and Cheap
~Shoes. It will cost you nothing to look at my 'goods.
Some people say they save money by looking here before
buying. Polite attention guaranteed.
A. K.PA RK,
West: End. GR EENVILLE, 24. C.
Real Estate For Sale.
BUY YOUR HONE and
STOP PAYING REN~T.
One 5 room house, Lot 70x210 feet, Price, *600.09.
Two 4 room house., Lot 70x210 feet, Price each, 40000.
Two nmeely shaded lots, 100x200, feet, "n cornmer, 50.00.
Three '- " " 100x200 feet. price each, 150 00.
Oze, on6-acre lot-facinig two streets, price, 200 00.
On.. Farm-comprising~ seventy-one acres-one-half in
eultivation and only 41 mil'es fromn Picking, price, 85400.
$14.00 per aere.-147 acres on Scothern, Railway two miles from
a o cotton~ mille. 7& aeres in cultivation, 12 acres good bottom land.
rhe wood alone on this place worth the money. Coe k or some
mne will be ahead of you.
For further information call on
4. D.HOLDER &_ CON~PANY,
REAL ES DEALEES.
Offce at Depot. Pickens, 8.0C.
eCold in eD~ D~~
~hL boa. 25c.
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THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
DRY G008 HOUSE IN THE PIEB
MONT SECTION OF 8.0. : 5
ro Our Friends and Patrons
We can supply your wants in anything in the Dry Goods
from the finest to the cheapest qualities
Our buyers have jnst returned from Northern markets and
counters and shelves are loade;d down with all the, latest Sp
Dress Goods and Novelties. In Gents Furnishing Goods we
the most complete stock in the State at prices that will as
When in Greenville call and examine our goods and get
before making your purchases. Your money back if you ar
more than sausfied.
In Carpets, Mattings,Rugs, Screens, Window Shades, At8
and Mats we have a complete stock.
Thaniing our friends and customers for their liberal
in the past and hoping to merit a continuance of the same we
McALISTER & BEATTIEs
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA.
We are not new to you and need no introduction'
have been doing lusiness with you for many years, b
here we wish to say we have lately added largely to o
in every del a -tment and our customers are daily showi
appreciation aid, we are going to do more business tha
before and a: e in a better position to fill-all of our'
wants and at ihe very lowest prices that goodscidr be s -
We have many bargains in our shqe department which
plete. Mens shoes from 93c to $4o. Womens Shoes
89c to $3-50- Children Shoes from i5c to $ioo
75C to $r.50. In fact we carry .a complete and up-to-dit
of shoes. The best shoe on earth in men's and mwom
$r.25.. Hats, we are well fixed on hats A big line a.
and fur both and at very low prtces. Umbrellas fr
up as good as anybody wants.. Dry goods, the- nicest
prettiest line of dry goods ever shown by this house.
Yours for more busmess,
The Litt e~ Bee
xo6 N. Main Street. '/ Greenville S.
A L ROE...
C$otfli6 eeirs' Fllrlis zI8 Sill
Always on hand, at figures to defy all comlietition.
-Just returned from the- North and ~
Is now Complete. Don't fail to see me when in our ci
Oct2tf. GREENVILLE, S.
H. K. STURDIVANT'S
BIG. BEE HIVE.
This Big Store, the Biggest in ali the Piedinont sece
is rapidly filling with all classes of
Spring and Summe
No pains nor expense 'will bei rared to miake this yeart
our history. Our merchandise cofferings will be greater
ever; every stock has been greatly enlarg~d~adu dete
ms ismogreatly intensified that no one, i
hall has!vesjust cause to complain at either ourm
of dog bdinese Your money back if you are dissatisf
friends Gwinglo the advance in cotton all kinds of cotton
but theseptices hold good for 10 days from date.
SPECIA L 10 DAY PRICES. J ~ SPECIAL ff)AY
Good Calicoes. all colors 4+ cents. Black w
ardwide Sheeting 4 cents. Yard-wide Black DuckDrs
Becing.5 cents. Black and red Call- IBlue Dress Go4ods 9IF~s Solid ewr
ees 4j cients. Good Mattress Tiek .5 ed3 Calicoes 4 cents. Best Apron
ents, Best A. C. A. feather Tick 12j, ghamns 5 cents. Colored Dresa L2wr
ents. Best skirt Linings 4 cents. Iinch wide?cents, Simipsons Silvery
jood Cotton Checka 4 cents. fCalicoes 4 cents.
The H. K. Sturdivant Co.
-Greenville's Greatest Store3
Sterling Silver Hollow-ware,
Steiling Silver Flat-ware.
ZDut4'Gass, Art Pottery, Bric-a-Brac a
J. FR BRUNS
6 O9 NorthvMain 4tre.
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