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- es are the rule
'fonA, says I.E
'Nw Yorker In
, hc. .Vs and whys
v 6tof those are as fol
1 L 000eis necessary to cut
0 let It be dono decently.
n bdeg k a branch there Is a
4 ong way.to do it. In the
lfr~0 We see where a cut has been
4 inch above the last bud
WRONG AND BIGHT OUTTING.
lft&o make the growth (A) and also
another one mado properly, at It. The
wood will die back to the la1st living
bud',in every case, and a dead snag Is
surp to result if that bud or branch is
no at the extreme end. The result of
t06 rat of these cuts a year later can
b6 en at C. The snag shows for it
self, u the other case there Is merely
a a' r..
WVhen largo branches are cut hway,
th~ir&should be no snags left Bo the
wnads ever so short it will die back to
Where the circulation of sap Is active,
paqing from the roots to the leaves
andaso downwaird. Where snags are
leftTby the pruners they die, and kind
a drie ba to heal them over. In
coire of tn)e the deand parts will rot
away It the new growth does not frst
cove fhem, but there will be a rotten
blen h in the tree. Where the cuts
wero made close to the main stem the
he aing process goes on rapidly.
The Useful Nasturtim.
No suimer garden can do without
plenty of nasturtums, which are use
ful in many ways. Besides making
bright bits of color In flower beds, they
are charming for table decoration and
for farniohing tlads and plates of
cso . The sandwiches ;g:
selves, 11n made of browv read
with a t k hredd V. sturtium
blossom, tprers l and young
leave., mi1xed wit . Vrel',otugIse dress
n landr onetea throew i
redorl' ofrane the da pat will rot
found ahery hut therewl earte
lncih tabhe te. hr the pcked
wenreaencoet thmidton te
Ahea proes goeshe onraily.gve
oumers1 gare canum itvery
dlentyabof Astti usvi oaet te
feulty man was. Besies marown
Tenrih bitnd scolrun fler thesthae
yare aringying tbe deorubio anoerd
forietynishichgi saidt a ploeso
th eenhes The d aeter.Che. Garden
ies soin ntrllbits of planting ear
tloomuch cleing up~~ andtn yon
ofete, natural shribry leaving dress
ing ato brieate shohro fie rhil
cred ithng srub iora aquatcs,
foud -aikesom litt g its o nture
l7wen gWhaixlooks morgunnatra toa
anysotifu ond or sah sed iigoverl
erg ba y, .lav the treis very
* eauy vtof shuben an rowerng
plant clane tog Was water' edgwlOn
Thenoter and, whatl iLs moe ebatef,
t havte tees itr hblmbfer qunite
hrea frots aintras alsougthe edgel Thi
yar wond aWe trinve ouany lntsrtha
lvrety himois siuaton beagfloers
* lning ofgrupo_ aalaseetr
oiurpnms, ornuaks. Asria rule, hrho
btroos much eanin, upbncusin oevn
ofardinatura sruet rot, leainganot
lugstoresIuathrea puhureumne While-I
woud unt lietewepnd eNorsha
cov erenniah sihs oar bluaflowerI
iehat apea lontinuyorom nauly thn
til nIi'pondb rt lak divese ofall
trimmsed.u ies ay etnl n
ever vstige of shub brad, gypso-i
phlat clene thbor ter wna' ande Orn
then othe hoaond, whasIt is ighttfu
tanteteso shrubbegooryo hnging t
ovemovere banksomr ra eflyt
grouper atntas anthe de and
ac thos? e hate ton plant wth
mpantish.ayrp o f la staw.es ceha
Plaib rnmeons thynrticn gthe roe
-graund blacadee hagh ofuMah blue
teies, w thri s iics oei
S isupelme sensbeakenon Dayor
Chnese l satllgoigsm
nie eriayth large blme fofwths
thtprear cntinuallthy fease Juloom
o ee f as bdChre n gpo
philla in aed .o~ fIvo)---andas
Yn ai y god forherixn wth
eti~aber plats w, teirdn ando
-Plu elos i th notes int oe
speimes' an e tkeninor o
Ige saw the
Little mer while euta
his nunse saw a blaclis
horse and upon returnin$ *
lMammnai, I saw the nat1 who
"Aro you sure you did?" asked u a
-Of course I am," replied E1inie.
"Ie iad one nearly finished when 1
saw him. lHe was just nailing on is
behind feet."--Clicago News.
"Ah, Sam, so you've been in trouble,
"IVell, cheer up, man. Adversity tries '
us and shows up our better qualities."
"Ah, but .adverslty didn't try me. TA
was a solemn old judge, and he showed
up m1y worst qualities." -
Sometikng In the Filling.
"Do you know you can tell a mdint's
disposition by his toeth?" asked tljo
girl who believes in signs, bUmps and
"flow interestingi" said her compan- Re
ton, who did not believe in anything. 124
"Then Jack must have a golden dispo- 4
Those Who Roost. IOU
Nowcome-They tell me liens never b0
lay eggs at night. Did you know that? pei
Subbubs-Oh, yes. - - It
Newcono-Strange, isn't it? on
Subbubs-Not at all. All the hens VUj
are roosters at night, you know.-Phil. me
adelphia Press. rem
The life of every man is a diary in Da
which he means to write one story and 'I
Writes another. me
Spinks-What made in so mad? no:
Winks-Hie told his wife she had no. rel
judgment, and she just looked him over A
critically from head to foot and said I
she was begluning to realize it. D.
Mow They Would Sound. Bi:
Mrs. Galey (musingly)-Suppose I let
should publish your love letters?
Mr. Galoy-Why not simply mage a n,
public acknowledgment that you mar- an
ried an Idiot?
Hi Own ICelusive Privilege. do:
A man calls himself a fool a hundred pe
times a day, but it isn't safe.for some to,
one else to do it just once.-San Fran- 9,
New Scholarships for Men
Teachers at the South
Clause from Appropriation Act 01 Gen
eral Assembly, 1903:
"That one thousand six hundjd and
forty dollars be apm9pjated to be used
to provide ftoy-one scholarships in the
Normal Department, one from each C
county,4' the value of forty dollars, Ge
hea es t emission of tuition and Ta
Rriculation beneficiaries to
he selected undeegu lbe pro
scribed by the Boa of Trustees." b
Tia means $40 in ll to the student,
besides remission of $4s.tuition and of
$18 matriculation term fee.- Tbus the
scholarship student will receive -rom
the College $5 a month for eight menthe *""
to assist him in his necessary living
REGULATIONS BY THE B3OARD.
1. Applicants shall be young men at
least nineteen years of age. The pur
pose of the General Assembly being to
encourage men teachers, preference
will be given to those who furnish sat
isfactory evidence of having already Sol
taught for at least one session, and Ca
with success; but if from any county at
there be no suitable applicants tvho Ed
have taught, the scholarship of that 1o.
county may be awarded to a young rot
man who only intends to teach..
2. Applications shall be made to the cal
President of the College, at Columbia, to
before July 1st, upon prescribed blanks wh'
furnished by the President or by County ad'
Superintendents of Education, upon re- j
quest. These blanks shall provide for
information and references as to the
applicant's age, physical condition, gen
eral character and ability, educational
advantages, financial circumstances,
teaching experience, and purpose in
taking the special normal course. The ,
information thus submitted will be re--~
gairded as a prelimilnary examination,
and those who receive permits to stand
the lnater examination will be credited
with the combined results of these two
1. The later and formal examination
shall be upon English Grammar and
Composition, History and Geography,
Arithmetic andA Elementary Algebra.
(Algebra, however, is not indispens
able.) The Normal Scholarship Com
mittee of the Faculty shall prepare the
questions and mark the papers. The
County Board of Education of each
county is requested to conduct this ex
amination at the same time wIth the
entrance and other scholars~hip exam
inations of the South Carolina College
and of Winthrop College (which this
year will be on Friday, July 10th). The
County Board wvill receive the questions
from the President of the College, and
is requested to return the. answers to
him, at Columbia, forthwith, by mali
or express. .
4. A standing Committee on Scholar
ships, appointed from the Board, in con
junction -with a standing Committee
from the Faculty, shall select the schol
arship students for each county upon
the results of the examinations re
lported by the Faculty .Committee, and
alli the other information submitted.
TIhe proper announcements shall be
rMade through the President.
5. After the first year the incumbent
may be reappointed, provided that, in
the judgment of the Paculty, his apt
ness to teach, his progress in study,
and his general character indicate that
he is a suitable person to fulfil the
purpose oft-the schoiarship -as provlded
for by the General Assembly.
Grasp of Grip Pros
Dr. Miles' Nervine
Built Uip My
Shattered Nerves and
Gave Me an Appetite.C
Of the millions of people, who today suffer'
from nervous or heart weakness, a large per
centage trace thle cause directly to deadly
La ipe. It is a germ disease, and makes
a direct attack u n tlhe nierves, putting an
extra strain upon thm at the time their vital- A
ity is at the lowest ebb, If LaGuippe has
left you with a shattered uervous systems with
loss of apetite lack o energy, insomnIa,
frequent headaches and 'morbid tendencies,
you should stren then the weakened nerves
with Dr,. Miles' Nervine. It will undo all
tha hasdon, binacapetite, rest
."I went to write this testimonial for theM
benefit of those who have suffered from that j
dreaded disease-LpGrippe. I suffered sev.
eral weeks with It, andnoting Itried seemed
ufered almos death) and finally mn
daughter rconimende 4Dr. Miles' Nfeine 1
to raua ca trthlyy from the. first
da I felt better than in wks; It gave nie
built nhte rvesan ae
appettea ann d speto
id~a'Nt and wi ton eachj tand take
l4 hasr Le ft
MRS. M. J. DANLEY. n
[rs. M. 1. Danley, Treasurer of the
becca Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., writes from, j
First street, X., AMinneapolis, Miun.:
I was afalicted for sevoral years with
Lnoy trouble which bcbamo quite ser
s and caused me considerable anxiety,
pent hundreds of dollars trying to
cared, but nothing gave me any is
-manent reflel until tried Peruna. r
took less than three months and
ten bottles to effect a permanen"
, but they were worth more than as
ny hundred dollars to me. I am fully
tored to health, know neither achi tl
t pain and enjoy life."-irs. M. J.
!his experience has been repeated
,ny times. We hear of such casea t
trly every day.
irs. Danloy had catarrh of the kid. 0
ra. As soon as she took the righit4
aedy she made a quick recovery.
Prominent Southern Lady's Letter.
liss Laura Hopkins, of Washington, g
0., niece of Hon. E. 0. Hopkins, one b
the. largest Iron manufacturers o ti
rmingham, Ala., writes the following p
ter commending reruna. She says: a
1 can cheerfully recommend Perua t4
for indigestion and stomach troubid t1
d as a good tonic. "-Laura Hopkins.
eruna cures catarrh wherever located,
leruna is a specifne for the catarrhal
rangements of women. Address The E
runa Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio, C
free book on eatarrh written by Dr. s
re.AW&ug reliable. Nadles.asiDrug1itfbi
oNnIO ENCA3SiU in fit and
rd metallic boxes, sealed with ble ribbon.
ke no other. IteAmme 1angerotas xshbsti.
lens and lunitationus. ilny of )-our D~ruggist, P
send 4e. lit si for iPart lenlazrs, rcsi.
inil and 11Reir Iror Lades," in letter,
rettarn.91all. 10,eeOTeaiioiinis. tiold by
oHICHESTER OHEMICAL CO.
50 11adison lquare, PEHILA., PA.
Mention tbis amer. t
ILLEGE OF CHlARLESTON,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
..tters, Science, Enigineeriing. One (
iolarrhip to each County of South
rolina. Entrance examinations held]
Pickens by County Superintendent of
ucation and Probate Judge on July3
Tuition $40. Board and furnished I
im in Dormitory, $10 per month. All~
tdidates for admission arc permitted -
compete for Boyce Scholarships,
ich pay $100 a year. For catalogue,
iress H AlRISON RANDOLPH,
Tfhe Oldest Dry Goods
The Original West Ent
I can supply all of your wantsi
Dry Goods, Noti
My house is full of new Spri
bought at the lowest Market p:
cheap as good reliable goods c
sible to tell you intelligently or
advertisement, but if you will c
give us pleasure to show you
lowest price that such goods er
in ladies goods from a cheap I
White Goods are very strong.
strong line of Men's and Won
suit all-High Cuts, Low Cuti
Shoes. It will cost you nothin
Some people say they save moi
buying. Polite attention guar
A. K. F
For Cut Prices to suit
ull line of
Canned Goods, 1
, Cakes, Candles, F
Molasses. ' ' T
RfiC Stock ald P01111
Used and rcommended by all 1
lack KIGM Shoe Poll
pow! girfw s'oeing the eo
eo, uon-.her tbgn: "New 'ineeri
Lb05a h~b tohast toitun too, in health
Y .o hast fouod n unived;
ave Mo With a handsome husba~nd."
A therinometer in every house and,
ed 'in overy room that Is usdl to
y extent as a living room would galve
any a housewife a headache and
*event that drowsy feeling that comes
IU sitting in a rooin that has been
lowu1d to become overheated during
Birmingham is the oldest seat of
tanufactory In- Europe.
.'1Russian Army Doctors.
The pay of a medical oflicer in the
Ussian' army is on appointment $42-5
year. After four years he receives
100 and when promoted major $1,400.
SeCUring a Durying -Place.
Wh1en1 once filled in, i Moslem grave
never reopened on any account. To
smove 'the faintest chance of it thus
Ding defiled a cypress tree is planted
fter every interment, so that the com
:erles resemble forests more than any
As many as fourteen seals have been
iken from the stomach of a sperm
'hale, and his ordinary diet consists
' squids, which often weigh several
Poachers in the Ardennes are in
enious. One had the heels of his
oots fixed imder his toes, so that his
racks appeared to be going III anl op
osite direction. Hares and other game
re sent to Brussels In firlins of but
3r, so that the scent shall not betray
I Paris Opera House.
Seats a 'e dearer at the Paris Opera
louse than in any other European
apital in spite of the fact that the
tate. gives the building rent free and
a annual subvention.
A Savonarol. Letter.
In London recently ?98 was paid for
letter by Savonarola, the famous "
'lorentine Dominican friar.
Regardtng cuckoos, it is said that the
mg tail of these birds so Interfered
,ith their balancing that they have
ecessarily developed strong feet, with
vd toes pointing backward and two
:rward. By 'this arrangement the
uckoos- are able firmly to grasp their
MaterliIs of Russian origin exclu
Ively inust be used in the construc
ton of all Russian ships.
Sick Headache ?
Food doesn't digest well?T
Appetite poor? Bowels=
~onstipated? Tongue coated?
It's youir liver! Ayer's Pills
rei pills; they cure dys
ru ~ uggists. C
Y~ant your Inoust, ih or beard a beautiful t
IhO0r 074 OC gnsts. OR R. P. PAtt. & CO.. NASHUA, N.H.
Firm in Greenville.
.d Dry Goods Store,
ons and Shoes.
[ng and Summer Goods,
rice and will be sold as
an be sold for. It is impos
describe my goods in thisV
all at my store. It will
what we have and give the
mn be sold "for. Anything
awn to a fine silk. My
Men's Dress Shirts. A
iens Underwear. Shoes to
3, Fine Shoes and Cheap
g to look at my goods.
ney by looking here before
EEEN VILLE,!S. C.
Lhe Dali Season on
akles, Oat Meal, Craker's,
rults, Nuts, Tea, Coffee,
ho Best Cheese on Earth.
ry Food. rie.' "
0 Stock and Poultryrae.
U ~utry 17 rodu?e tatken
ting the Stomcs adBowlso
NOT NAR C OTXC.
j)a Ol A, MMMPff WR
Aperfect Remedy for Constipd
lion, Sour Stoinach,DIarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
FacSimite Signature oF
EXACT. COPY OF WRAIWfE. I
Ayer' S A
WaIlaria and poisoninj
A&gue Cvre dyspepsi
THE GLDEST, LARI
DRY GOODS HOUSI
MONT SECTION 0
) Our Friends and Pa
We can supply y~our wants in at
rom the finest to the cheapest qua
Our b)uyers have jusat returunod f
ounterts and shelves are loaded de
)ress Goods and Novelties, In 0
he most complete stock in thle Ste
Whon in Groenville (call and r.xa
ifore making your pu rchasn Y
nore than satistied.
Int Ca rpets, M attinegs,Rugs, He re
mnd MaI'ts we have a complete stLo
Thanking our friends and custon
n the past and hoping fo merit a
1'ante anZ A
A.' S.'BY ERS CC
Will pay SPOT CMS
lar, Ash or WValnut.
man to rceive the ht
p)oint. They wvill pa'
market price. WVrite
you have in the way <
A. S. BY ERS COMFE
of ss san4 .
Fior WIfaUts and Children.
'he Kind You Have
Always Bought (
For Over i
TVUe VnTA sN GOMPAMV. NtW V011 Cs1Y.
e specific for bilious fever,
chills and fever, malarial
,,malarial debility, malarial
a, dumb ague. Pr'cs."8"a:
'EST AND BEST
IN THE PIED
F S. C. : : :
ythIing in tho Dry Goods lino
omi Northern markets anLII our
wnI wvith1 all the Ilatest Sprin1g
m111s Fuirnishinig Goods weo have
te at prices that wvill astonish a
m1in our 01. ods and get~ prices
M~ur muoney back it' you aire not.
os, Winidow Sh~a~h-s, Art Squares
iors for their libieral patronahge
3Ontinluance of rihe samel( we are
Hi for Oak, Pop
'They will send a
mber at loadling
'you the highest
them stating what
f H IARD)WOODS
~ANY, Atlanta, Ga.
' .1 A?, T, Y H . 5
the Bowi Troub!esof -
At Dlg tionas
pens at Greenlv
This announcemnit - wil thril ai
th gladness thousandR of cuso- .
era whc. eargerly look forward to v
is great ainual evont. This
ar it will appeal with special ti
ree and money saving power to al
" great masis of the trading pub- oi
Unfavorable weather cond itions G
fa'r this summer live made it
311 nigh impossible for farmors h
leave their work and do their g<
mmer trading. And now just in h,
c nick of time, when they have
ught up with their farm work b<
mes this great mill end sale and bi
ves them bargains greater thi ti
cy could have boughl, in the th
>ring and early Summer. St
The Bargoins at this, our fourth
Send for a Mill I
.%in or Shino this great M End Sah
and continue until Sat
H-. K. Sturd
MI* d ' M-,Ii
~300 Pairsa Womens D)ongohr Uxkr
IRig lot of Ladios Kid Oxfords in
Every pair of Zeiglers Oxiordis i
All Men's Ovfords including COru
other lines wvill be clhsed out at ami
Big Line of Sur
1 Lot Men's all wool summer weg~
1 lot med'(ium~f weight dres~s pants
Every straw liat ini tho houso wil
Tho largest line in. the city to pici
1 lot Steel Rod Parasols 39c
1 4' " "' UmbrJIellas 48c
Our stock of wash goods will 1.
cleani out overything before our fi
afford to miss it.
106 N. Main Street.
H IG H P
..But when in nieed of a
'' call and we wvill make yc
We have alwvays on
Groceries at Lowest Pric
are now arriving. Willi
-call and see them wheni
Our Notion Department is fi
"the same goods for less monc
e same money."' Yoi
YYATT & 13
Ad Well Solec1
Iotil tieRt' Flilib
ways on hand, at figures to cdef:
Just returned from the North
is complete. Don't fail to s
L. ROT H
id G'REATEST MILL END
A1LE ,will beo groeter and moro
Ouir Mr. Stuidivant has just re
rn fromu the noi thorn mil1W
di futorirs with an immonso lot
Dr1'y (locIs, Sh1oe1, Hats and
lothiig bought. especially for this
REAT MILL END SALE.
The scarcity of cotton and its
igh price will make all kinds of
)odR higher this fall than they
vo boon in manly years.
11t will be money aavod for overy
>dy to attend this great salo and
iy n1lI the dry goods, shoes, hats
id clothing they iay nood before
.e pric!s goes higher-es they
rely will this fall,
? will open Thursday July 9th
Ilrdly, July 1th,
ijil stylus and1( tons at 89c.
the house will go at, cost.
ssets-Packard & Field and sover
I below cost.
~ht Pants assr'd paliterns 98c.
vorthi $2.00 t.o $1.24.
I.t be oldl at oxactly half pr ico.
k from at a cut pr*icJ.
arid onl up to $1..98 at a cutI
e slaughtered. Wo mnean to
il go~ ds arrivo. You can't
Greenville, S. C.
nything in our line give us a
ui feel good. '
hand a full supply of resh
es. Our Spring D.ry foods
ell you abouit them later, but
ill of Bargains. Our motto
,more and better gCOds for
irs for tradec,
ASLEY, S. C.
:ed Stock of
Ihillg's ail TIS I
ee meC when in our city.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
'MAKES PROPER DIT*