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"As ovoal f myfrindshav spoen
th og 4heueoor nepeilyi
thruhyt&er t otns
"Ifonditco poe o otrct o hr
ltesse, etr h fucin and prI.
" /cnie eua n ftems
bich te biccn s- wt
thro areJ alor t unkofn.sor ofate
yeAs thepractc haf befren taken spe
througan the csensu Porfa espiaon ii
cessforugly roe loadayts on tnt.en
wh onraisst~h largoesftatst of e1
qualites combinpes, bt other ingedients
produce's thetfin etotefio and p ralt
of," cnsit.duero ferut oenoft he ost
vit whrit. Thepi cfan trse wls
If Makny rtit Larer nt ndar allwd
toreanteeries of Tet ar
andh frati any twineahg freuiit ofs
thg eposen rownth f, the roter
handop, ond-half yr toird fr wthe
thngfrt are rosemkoed, 01e rmin
yenr te wIf~i has ban opotaunt uo
thy votlt of ohe trcesu gruity rw
srved thy ucoh reuctio, inein is
thot thinnizg ofy tu he motht mas
pthestlt o thpest, ut the onumber
oued th ihlart anld het matre
yon fruit eo frut io l ae ot
tasie fror th tree thaoi pouerlr-e
giier and itue fruiit, bt we ldor
maer thew viorandrut longit of st.
trfee. fuisae e ndaealoe
toi n ay case tonrisofthtee acreo
andi ever iea an wtill eh the mtref
inther statle goweth.fo Then oth
soatnd one-alfodrc btwthiolrd ofrute
youn ftpruits the reuned to rehmain
lnes willhaveukn oertisnty to
rehed t also prmltsl aMfreoelr,
ton ofitahe ofr Th eisnigrewtly ine
larged mea'sucreducionh hieavy s
o esieb roting ofui theJmi frt
The vitlitywofltbe tfe utrthe nprtume
the rewiol b olittl or mhrne fo thea
ougfruits oc weac (1ot, onymak t
dager of( linerfrit buont wt theo -
dsee the digorand oeveit.i Thi
nJingpoens thnu brnkit own ofthe
irees) ca ns to kprote sharpe of|
ft teers ynerard1stl morj e r.
in hte Statenf MaryilndlIliili il
so teydbd Hrodoo bette retored fut.
h15it cat tho town rcs ofii
)ut('sflwich. Hvon lotsr~nt cuoe t
reac od It als ilwisa crrae (in
lton pons ti a ntier waito Inra
lg Haue had01 the hay hiown4e
ciihofhst in rcottng ofale rit.
tefuites andl hen frhhaAfer t i
t-r vilb led n chisc for the
fri o to sith othr asqu stone
is~ge ofd wasetonb coet'ed With ma-h
d (eaofrfieesl exce lle. Helifs
titi trokent til breaoing adio thw
-:to tIesir and af okpte asbah was
ceiv P. by dte B%[ramasfulyr
tdieo nyt tlellowship toCse
ok foo iMad raila cDiagene, i
K. veltng.rkelea toa his wi
n~ itidicne, thyovau rdidn'tsa
py'ono, a boute i what Avaer
t1(te gh inefhro ayt lid.
d~ ~ ~AUntsacrot, cin tn
~~ii.~et W ys w dnnid tinow ft
1K rocetvqog/ #o frahplned egofullyro
d 6a1t ellwsitIn.t
' * i'"14 elh t of it ice
Kyo~tl r M'atdine"o crtlil'
mitr ndTatn o LheHghS
mst and r tof mofthlue HihS
delicately balanced, calcui d to
skillfully and -tifically piep
,g a, n sUccess."---PROP. I
Right at Hiosne.
"Now," said Mrs. Bliggleson's e
,t breakfas~t on the morning afte1
~rrlival, "don't mavke comspa ny of
want to be treated just 'as if 1
ne of the family."
"All right,", replied Mr. Biggi
aelping himself to the tenderest
>f the ateak, "wve'll try to make
'eel right at home."--Chicago Re
Distaunce Lent Enchajntmnen1
Sonme anecdoteist tells a stor
Wanshington Irving, who was foi
he theater and who on one eoc
vent into transports over ,tho a
)f a famous woman star, yet wh<I
mccommaodating friend volunteerd
ntroduce hlim he instantly re
'Please don't. It would destro;
Thought She Knew.
"'Saay, mamma," queried lIttle
"what Is a stag party '
"Stag, umy. dear, Is an abbrevi
ot stagger," repli'bd the knowing
Econoray does not mean sting
but the art of making the amosl
best of the means anid mnaterhi
Oears th -Th Kn You Have Always
MORGA N. M A U I.i)IN & MA ULI)E:
l'ICK1:(NS, S. U.
Pac t(c ini all the. courts. Promnpt att
h ven to all busins. Othee~ always' oper
~OLLEGE OF CHARLES1
OIIAILtSTON. 8. O.
708h Yeargeina septedbr
Letthers,* Science. Engineering.
bcholarrhaip to eaichi County of
aroia. I'utranco examinations
.t Pickens by County Superintend<
ducation and Probate Judge orl
0. Tuition $40. Boardl andi fur:1
oom in Dormitory, $10 per month.
andidates for acimission are pern
0 compete for Boyce Scholari
ehlich pay $100 a year. For eatal
dIdress H1ARRISON RANDOLP[
Days Was My Lit
Agony Frorn Inhei
ed Heart Disease
Dr. Miles' H eart Cr
One person in every four has a weak
Unless promptly treated a weak heat1
easily become a diseased heart. Al ittk
strain friom any cause Is su iniciezgt to br
this deadly' malady the most common
ton sudenteath. Dr.thes er u
toeu h.heart's actionb 4nrich the
and improve the circulation.
"My trouble begann with cqaerh and]i
always suppiosed at caused the trouble]
experienced with my heart. I had the
symtoms of sleeplesmness, lost Appetite
slat tion, palpitation of the heart, sho:
offhadpain around'.the heart at
d~er left arm. My mother suffered in the
way and I suppose mine was an ich
tendency. At one time I was Ina agoi
suffered so severely and became so
that my doctors said I could not live
dlays. At this time I had not slept oee
hours a night on account of nerwou
'Lv Ipba t it r1 scAs wakp
the JiEArt so avth atIwud g et
avthin an ~et Ierve ai
b $~n *
.M r' tI?~?hif ewmIt
*i4~ th fp 6~~ ple xabt
dorse ona a
0146 in o torit
to 11 it
rP It several
tiies and knoW
of nothing that
pletely, and at
the same time
builds up the
"I have roeo
ommqded it to .Josoph iudgeway.
a numbei-oft may
friends and always feel that I do then
service for I know how satisfac tory th(
results. invariably are. I only wisl
every family had a bottle-it would say
much sickness and dootor bills."-Josep]
"Fool Better Than for Five Years."
Mr. James 13. Taylor, Roborts, Ind,
"I am at the present time entirol.
well. I can eat anything I ever could
I took five bottles of Peruna, and foe
better now than I have for five years
I have doctored with other doctors of
and on for fifteen yeairs, so I can recom.
mend your medicine very highly fo:
stomaeh troubles. I take greatpleasurd
in thanking you for your free advic<
and Poruna."-James B. Taylor.
"I Enjoy my Meals as I Used to."
Mr. J. W. Pritchard, Wolf Lake, Ind.
"I am pleased to say that I have boee
cured of catarrh of the stomach by 1e
runa. I could hardly eat anything tha
agreed with me. Before I would go
halt through my meal my stoinacli
would fill with gas causing me muel
distress and wp)easant feelings for au
hour' or two after each nieal. BIut
thanks to your Peruna, I am now comn
pletely cured, and can eat anything I
want to without anyof the distressing
symptoms. I can now enjoy my meahi
as I used to do, and it is all due to Dr
Hartman and his wonderful mediciue
"It has been one year since I was
cured, and I am all 0. K. yet, so I know
I am eured."-J. W. Pritchard.
Dyspepsia is a very common phase of
summer catarrh. A remedy that will
cure catarrh of one location will cure it
anywhere. Peruna 'ieres catarrh wher
ever located. That it J) pKompt and
hool permanent cure for catarrh of the
stomach the above letters testify.
ined If you do not derive prompt and satis
rnost factory rqsults from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
'inal full statement of your case and he will
tone be pleased to give you his valuable ad,
.-A'd ~Dr . Hartman, President of
J. The Hartman., Sanitarium, Columbus,
ain CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
. Take no ot ie R ase a a K&ros ab.a~
y of ar.n .1 ID Imaas a
id of mnal an ad "fce ler -i, Iddl 5. h
bJio a 1 Dauista. 1000ellnanh.Sdb
cting CHIOHESTHRI CHEMICAL 00.
nan9100 31adIson Nqaare, PIIILA., PA
d to aeunteaar
t- The Oldest Dry Goc
no..The Original Wgst
I can supply all of your wai
Bought Dry Goods, N(
'"" My house is full of new
bought at the lowest Markc
cheap as good reliable goo
i~sible to tell you intelligenta
advertisement, but if you a
ON, give us pleasure to show yi
lowest price that such goo'd
2tb in ladies goods from a chea
White Goods are very stroi
0 strong line of Men's and M
heh1( suit all-High Cuts, Low(
n f Shoes. It will cost you not
shd*Some people say they save
td buying. Polite attention g
.For COut Prices toea
her.GLASS AN CROC
blood TIIN VA NI ,4
Y. ull line of
,~avo Canned G oods,
con. Cakes, Canidies,
two Used and recomme~nded byi
W o ti 00t Aite Out. 0.
t y ter i (eddli&1rdtcib) or
Aar Ai'ubre ilt6ll)e and diet deriva.
rfot. a U4111d i assolatioils donlin
to hay'h~tesa~d pope.Tho Nords
. inonth aind n oodl have como to us frm
ong source, the Anglo-Saxou itona,
wbich is. foried from an old root, ma,
to measure. The moon thus Meannres
timne,' :and Dr'yd'eli links It . with Its
kindred month when lie Apeaks of "one
revolving moon."- Honey is aun obviou.I
equivalent for anything enjoyable and
sweet, a)d Shakespgare attaches It
closely to the tender passion when lie
says, "honeying and making love."
Anthony Trollope has iused h 'oney
moon as a verb-1Somje decent sort of
r body to hlioneymoon ailong with me,"
and in an old volume of the London
Tatler there iW an interesting sentence
whiel,l clinehes the'connection between
moon and month-"Sonotlimes the par
ties fly asunder even -In the midst of
courtship and Sometimes grow cool In
the very honey month."
CuriouN MatlOeIntleau Fact.
L There is a certain popular young
lawyer in Atlanta who when in college
was known as the best imathiematielan
in his class. Ie is still nuch Interest
ed in knotty questions, of figures, and
1he propounded a query on the street
yesterday that none of a dozen men
"Take any two conseentive num
bers," lie said, "say four and five;
square them 'and sultact the lesser tI
result front the greater, aind the nuiu W
ber you have is the same as the sum o
of the numbers you started with-in t
this case four and five, their sum being I
"This will work out every time, no
matter what two consecutive numbers
you take. 'The. rule is well known,'but
I have never been able to find an ex
planation of it. Why is this always tl
true, and can, any one explain it to uf
Ills hearers figured long, but none d
was able to tell why the sum of the
two consecutive numbers Is equal to tl
the difference of their squares.-Atlan- p
ta Constitution. ba
Institutions may Crumble and gov- k
erniments fall, but it is only that they 0
may rnew a better youth. The petals to
of the flower wither that the fruit
.may gorm. The desire of perfection, fr
springing always fromiu moral power, Di
rules even the sWord and escapes un
harmed from the field of carnage, giv- 1
ing to battles all that they can have of (
luster and to warriors their only glory, '
surviving mnartyrdoims and safe amid V
the wreck of states. On the banks of t
the stream of time not a mnonument
has been raised to a hero or a nation
lit tells the tale and renews the hope o
of illprovement. Each people thpt has a
disapp&rFed,.every institution that has ri
Passed awayy. bus been a step in the
ladder by which Tiimih iim!y ascen(1s to
ward the perfectlon of its nathre.
That's what you need; some
thing to cure your bilious
ness and give you a good
digestion. A yer's Pills are -
liver pills. They cure con
stipation and biliousness.
Gently laxative. All dr,,is,.
BUCKINOH AM'S DYE'w*WA'ora
f5c~ T ~ c is~ P Ht& CO. NAS~i A. N. H.
(is Firm in Grecenville.
End Dry Goods Store. 1
>tiOnls and Shoes.
Spring 'aind Sumnmer Goods,
:t prlice and wvill be sold as
Is can be sold for. It is impos
or describe my goods in this
ill call-at my store. It will
>u what we have and give the
s can be sold -for. Anything
p lawn to a fine silk. My
g. Men's Dress Shirts. A
Tomenis Underwear. Shoes to
'uts, Fine Shoes and Cheap
hing to look at my goods.
money by looking here before
nit tihe Dull Season on
Pickles, Oat Meal, (Jrakers,
Fruits, Nuts, Tea03, Coffee,
The Best Cheese on Earth.
ithe stock and Poultry raiser..
in~lta~ ~ 4r
LOOK FOR THIS TRADIt
Dear Sirs:-After reading your adver
gement I bought a bottle of your whiskey,
hich helped me right away. I am now
k my third bottle, using it for consutmp.
Dn, and I feel like a new man. I thifik
at if I had known of your whiskey when
was at home in Chicago, I would have
ver come out hero for my health. .,
ED. SCHUBARTH, 1608 Market St.,
Denver, Colo., Aug. 18, 1902.
Nashua City, N. H., gept. 11, 1902.
Oontlemen:-It is with great pleasuro
at I write to Inform you that I have
ed eight bottaes of your Pure Malt
hiskey. I would not have been here to
y only for yotu wonderful medicine. I
Lve used all kinds of mnecdicino and been
ider the care ox doctors. i have had
ree severo attacks of grip and,
oumnonia, which have left me with a
d cough and weak heart. I am.67 years
d. It has toned up my systontr and
opped the hemorrhages and I cough but
ry little. I only regret that I did not
ow of your whi!skey before. I cannot
press what it has done for me. I beg
.remain, Yours respectfully,
0 MRS. H. C. V\,LINGTON.
Thousands nf such letters are received
Di patients who have been cured by
iffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.
CntIon.-Wh'ien - on uizc for Dutr
ret the geitei. Uniseru itulous ilcail
ressutration, %ill try Ito ne1l -0 you cl
Vhiaikey ~ahtNituteH, wblel atre ut t
rhich, far frnom relieving the Nle'k,
Duuffy'" and be sure you get it. 1
riI likey 'wlileli 4()IiitII uN M eiletm I
lie trale-mmnrlac. 're ( Il (Iep st,
Tho genuine Pure Malt Whiskey is
Sold At All
r direct at $1.00 a bottle. Refuse imitat
s good as "Duffy's." It is the only whis.
tediclue. Valuable niedical booklet sent
ochester, N. Y.
Malaria! Ever have
it? Want to get rid
SMalaria and Ague C
THE OLDEST, LAI
DRY GOODS HOUW
o Our Friends andP
Wet can spply yourl wants ini f
from the finestL to) the chooelst qu
Our buyers have just returned11
coun Iter's and shiol ves aret loaded( d
Dress Goods and Novelties. . In(
the m11st complete sitock ini tho~ S
When ill Greeniville call anld (ex
befCore mnak ing your pui rchai tss.
rnore thlan SatIsfied.
In Carpets, Manttinigs,Ruige, Scre
and Muts we have a compjlet3 14t
Thank i~ng our friends andm( cuta
in theO past and hlopinig to merit
0 lhmENVILJLE, SC
- THE LI
ON4 TH E
SU.. M M
o Gaai lyut ~?
MA'RK ON THtO BOTTLD, C
su ption I I
Mr. W. D. Ball, of Richmond Va., had a
similar experienco to that of Mrs. Ailing
Gentlenen:-I commenced on your Duff-y
Malt Whiskey last March. and have been [
faithful In taking it over since. I have used
one dozen bottles, and an feeling better.
My hemorrhages have almost stopped, and
mly cough very much improved.
WILIIID D. BALL. 718 N. 1st St.,
Richmond, Va., Sept. 5, 1902.
. Pneumonia Cured.
Gentlemen :-I had a severe case of pneu
nionia last fall, and have used about ono
dozen bottles of your whiskey to build me
up and find it doesm what you claim for it.
Yours respectfully, 1-. PDDIIRSEN,
Hamilne, Minn., May 14, 1902.
It cures consumption, coughs, colds, grip,
bronchitis, catarrh and all diseases of the
throat and lungs. It also cures nervous
ness and- indigestion. It gives power to .
Lhe brain, strength and elasticity to the
muscle, and richness to tlxe blood. It is
a promoter of health and longevity,
makes the old young, keeps the young
strong. It is absolutely puro and con
tains no fusel oil.
It will cure almost any raso of consump
tion if taken in time.
Over 7.000 doctors prescribe it, and
2,000 hospitals use it exclusively.
y's Pure nit Wlilukey be mure you
ers, neindital (of the excellence of this
aenI1 i(ntioin, 111nd4 No enlled Malt
>n1 the nairket for lproIlt only. and
re 1Posidiv ely ia1rm1fiul. 1.)emndit 1
t 14 tihe only absolutely Plure mn11lt
test I tquiav l# 4itiuiities. Look for
On& tine label.
ions andi substitutes, there is nonn Just
moy rtcognized by the Government i4as ;
f ree. Duffy Malt Wliskey Company,
it? Know all about
of it? Take Ayer's~
Mado by Sold by
& Beato. lerugi
GEST ANDli BEST
~E IN' THE PIED
miytlinig ini theu Driy Goods line0
froni Northiern markets ai ourtH
town Iwith all the latest Sping
3ent s Fiirmshming. Goods weO have
l~ate ait prices t hat wilt astonsih
amine our~011 g(ods alnd1 gdt p~ricos
fourlli mone b10'Iack if your are not
mersl~ for thir* lberal patronage
I al cninluance of the samelt we are
U'rH O Rou4
NE FO R BUSIESS
NE FO PLESURE
NE FOR ALLSTHEEST
leic Summ. ,Rs~rt Fal'ce
d IFree to Any Addras
CuM Cholra - Infantui
~arrhoeaD sen ty, an
Ihildren of/Any Ae,
Als. Digestion Reuates
h S~~he Dowels,Ste~hw
atbu. C7 .0 9
3pen8 at Greei
ThiB alnounicemolit will tb Hri
vith gladness thousands of (ust(e
siers wJIc. cargerly look forward t(
lis grot a1 nnuiial ovont. Thii
'ei it will appeal vith specia
orce and 1 money saving power t
hli great mass of the trading puIb
Unfavorablo wonther conditiont
o far this summor have mado i
vell nigh impossiblo for farmor
o leave their work and do thei
ummer trading. And now just ii
he nick of time, when they' have
aught up with thei r farm Wort
ones this great mill ond sale am
ivos them bargains greater that
hey could have bought in th
prioug anld early Summer.
Tho Bargains at this, our fourtli
Fend! for . M
hain or:Sh in this great Mill End
and conitinue until
H. K. St]
store Full of
Co Show You,
WN:e have iiever before trmerll so ha
-ants3 as we have this time. We want
3 inch ouble fol Wotd, ni(ce
ir Ski l1or C~hildren's D)resse8 10 & 12 A
3 inch 31ohair aL,.. ....... ... ....2-,
) inch blohair at..................49
Cecilian,, (not Mohair) werth
$l.00I, Sp~ecial pr.ice..... .. .....59
o)methinlg Orand1( ini Silk
I ich Tideta at ..................7r
inch all-sil1k TJiffetta at... . . ..9<
ash Tifiettai 28 inches wvide
Sjust the thing tor a wvaist. . .49<
Suplte wvithl the new~ and u-L4-dat<
xir P111. K., M (Ldras and( aniy othec
mod values for waite,
l inch P, K. White..... .... .....10,
inchm P. K. White ......... .......8
106 N. Main Street.
H IG HI
But wvhen in need<
call and weC will make
We have always
Groceries at Lowvest I
are now arriving. \\
call and see them wh<
Our Notion D)epartment
"'the same goods for less mn
1e same money."
lhllg, f9 llt'S Fitll
lways on hand, at figures to
Just returned from the N<
is complete. Don't fail1
.L. ROT H
A. S. BY ERS C
Will pay SPOT CA
lar, Ash or Walnut,
man to receive the
point. They will p
niarket price. Writ
you have in* the way
and GRE ATEST MILL END
-SALE will be groater and moro
) variud than ever.
Our Mr. Sturdivant has just ro.
1 turned from tlo northirn mills
a11(d falcorios With i an immonso lot
-of Dry Goodts, Shoes, Hats and
Clothing bought especially for this
GREAT MILL END SALE.
tho scarcity of cotton and its
high price will inako all kinds of
goods higher this fall than thoy
havo bIoVO 1.i in many years.
It will bo inonoy eavod or overy
body to atter-d this great salo anld
buy all the dry goods, shos, hats
and clot.hiiig they intiy nood before
3 tho prices goes higher---Is they
suirely will thi Itall.
ill End Citcular.
Sale will open 11hursday July 9th
Sattur1da y, July 18th,
rd to hu1y things tiat will fill everybodys
to tell you of a few Special things.
36 inch percal good styles worth
8 and 10c to make it pay you to
come and1( see uv, willl sell at (ke tho 'd
Full line of M cen's lh endweari both in
Fmu anud Saraw. All i rices in straw
hats fromn rO, up to $3.00
Men's pnuuts and overalls .an't bo
nmatchedc in\(ireenville that 11'I,
Men's .suit, f 'size, good bla(ltls ..,5
Weti lcan ese you wvhen we mention
1 lot of Licah~ Slip~pers all styles and
si z s, t he Ia oicO f;0c. thie pair.
I lot of mns shoes soilidl as a rock for
1J93 cents thie pair.
le Bee H ive.
Greenville, S. (C.
>f anything in our line g~Ive s
you feel good.
on hiandi a full supply of Fresh
'rices;. Our Spring Driy Goods
ill tell you about them later, but
mn in town.
s full of IBargains. Our motto
>nley, more and1 better goodcs for
Vours for trade,
[ected Stock of4
:lefy all com1petition.
:o see meI when inl our city..
GREENVILLE, S. C.
0.; Atlanta, Ga,
SHI for Oak, Pop
They will send a
lumber at loading
ay you the highest
e them stating what
of H A RDWOOD~S
PA N YAtlanta, Ga.A