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A strictly f1ir1st clas- up1) to ditto b'itter
Riaker shild be of maturo age and
have some experience and considerable
dairy education, says Georgo Dunford
in the Fa rmer's Advocate. le should
be possessed of a good head, strong
airiis and willing hands, and be honest
mad u;right-- of mature age so that
ho will attend strictly to business and
act like a mature person shoul(!; of
experience that he may avoid the mis
takes often sure to overtako the inex
perlenced. lie should havo consider
atble dairy educaittion, that he may be
able to apply the experience of others
anud di$s:iInntle the necessary kvowl
edge a1moi!.d him pitronis; p IossesSi of
a good head, that he may do at least a
- part of hih own) thinking and apply it
Practtilly, as well as being competent
to imanage a business requiring excep
tional judgiteit litrong armas and w1 ill
ing hands, tm h0 lell an(I will do the
.vork thoroughly and completely; hon
est and upright, that ho can and will
treat all his patrons, as well as the as
soclation or Coipaly, fairly, nid al
-wayt (1o the proper worik at the proper
He should Wave some knowledge of
arlithietic, eigineeri ng, machInery,
cirpentering, bacteriology and 1hem
istiy, be an expert with the Habcoek
test, and be clean, neat and accurate
in all things.
11s1 a1Miml should be to produce the lar.
gest quantity aind the fluest quility of
butter it the least possible cost, and
the nearer he itpproaeies this standard
the lore valuable are his services, and,
so flit' 19 he is copeerned, the nearer
perfection has modern butter making
Most anybody can make good butter
some of the time, but few can produce
butter at all times.
When Great Care In Necennary.
The elaboration of milk is not a vol
untary action. It Is a process of ma
ternity to provide nouriAlment for odY
spring. Every disturbanice retari-ds the
Iettoni of Ie milk functions. A volun
tIy aetion interrupted may be re
mmed, but not an involuntary one. A
cow may lie down and suspel(d volun
tary action, but the lungs, the heart
and the nammary orginls colitinute
their functlons uninterrupted by the
CowI'i position. If for any cause the
Jinvoltunita:-y actions are interrupted,
the result is serious and caunot be
rteImiedied. Great care should therefore
be taken not to interrupt the full pace
given to the lacteal function at time of
mnaterity. Every disturbance or irreg
ularity will surely cause a depressioln
la their activity and a uhr1likage in
Score the Judgest.
V ire of the optnli t'.mt our fri, nd
moirad first suggested 41 butter -i or
ig cmitest for butter judges, and .he
plIIn i-i r-pparenitly ani adlinirable one,
write S IC. iSlater Ii Creamery Jour
nal. It would certainly -work no in:nls
tiec- tupoi those qualified to n, aunu Is
ai manii is not til to pierfoirml thle 11m11or
tant duty of sicoriing butter those inteor
ested should be so inftorrmed. It womild
certainly result in strengthening the
faith of those iniclned to lbe creduli pus
about the absolute justice in scorintg
butter and would satisfy everyb. dy
tha t the scoring wits being done vor
i-eotly. Give us ai butter Judfge's scoringj
Imiportance 0*t care.
It Is not so much thme (<iuantity of f ild
in the milk pail that counts ais does thme
numiber of butter globules it conttains.
Some cows are older nand less profiti ble
sit eight yearis of aige thani others are sit
twelve. Ditferenice ini care Is the cai ISe
Little Thing4 TIlunt (omut.
Experhneno~ts showv that iIlk hug I a
stale where the oi'iilt i hot ol' tiii -nt
carry the dust otut, wvIpIig the tid~er
with ai dliumpl choli andio scsluiig u~in
ails ith ai live stre-ain of boiintg wia ter
wvill not tonaly rediuce thle bacteril cona
tent of' the mailk, but increaise the keep
lng qtuality of the milk nmterial.
The dlepatiment of dairy husbandry
of the University of Illiniois has for the
past year been c1 ondulcting fiehld work
among the dairymnen of the state. An
a1ttemp1t has1 beei nsade to get them to
weigh and siample the milk of enuel
cow in their herds every sevenith week,
tihl object being to determine whIch of
the iindivlidual cows sire the most Profit
able, so that the farmer 11113 he able
to weed out the pior cows and keep
o~nly the profitmable ones. Mi. A. J.
Giover is looking after this wvork, sand
all necessary aipparaitus Is furnished
. by the university. 'rho fiarmners whio
take tup the work atre recluired every
sevenith week to weIghi andio Samle the
mnilk from each cow ini the herd for
fourtteen consecutive ilikinlgs. Froma
these re'sults sire e'stimalited the~
amnounuts of milk anid of butter ftt
each cow has prodtuced for the three
.weeks before anid will produce for the
three weeks following the test. The
cow's yearly record is madt~e up firom
these tests, anmd In thais way thme total
amnoumnts of milk and of butter fuit thait
site has produced during the enthro
-year are determained.
Thei Mitic Strainer.
Filters andl stratinersiare of groat
value ini purifyinig mnilk zmecasnically,
ar-e capable of remnoviing a large por
tIon of the tith fromt ilk if applied
before it has gone into solution. A
milhk strainer- shou1(1ldie simplo ini its
construction, all parts of it should be
easily accessible to brush anid cloth, its
meshes should be flne enough to re
movo all the solid foreign matter anid
at the same time allow the milk to
piass through the altr with a reaaoly
able dtsgroe of raipidty.
"' My ha bj' c tame out by thae hanad
fuml, and t grauy hairs began to
creep in, I tried Ayer's HaIsir Vigor,
and It stopped the hair from com
ing out andl iestored the coior"
Mirs. M. D). Gray, No. salem, Mass.
There's a pleasure in
offering such a prep ara
tion as Ayer's H air Vigor.
It gives to all who use it
such satisfaction. The
hair becomes thicker,
longer, softer, and more
glossy.* And you feel so
secure in using such an
old and reliable prepara
ton. $l.00 a bottle. All drugts.
9f your drtugglst cannot supply you,
S seed us one dollar and we ii express
you a bottle, Boe sure and give the snmo
of yoar nearest erss omIco. Address,
4. 0, AXER CO., Lowell, Mass.
The liver must be
that the bile will be th
channel; the system
AND TONIC PELLETS for
that completely does it
or Injury to any p:
at all d
Picker.s Drug Co,, J. D. Moore, Cr
W~~ tdOk, T'
A. S. BYERS C
Will pay SPOT CA
lar, Ash or Walnut.
man to receive the
point. They will p
market price. Writ
you have in the way
A. S. BYERS COM
There is no mention of crowns before)'
the eighth century after Christ. The
crown really did not become the head
covering of kings until the times of the
Christian rulers after the might and
power of pagan Rome were broken.
Before those days the crowning was
done with a helmet. Tis change in the
mietliod of crowning the rulers is typ
ical of the changes that occurred In
ile spirit that animated nations and
races In the selection of their kings.
The first kings and chiefs, after the
world liad emerged from the patri
arelial forms of government, were so
lected tilmost altogether for their
promience as leaders in war. Thus,
gradually, the chief of the army be
caine the chief of the nation. Almost
all the anclent kings were military
despots. Then, with the prevalence of
Chirlstianity and the overthrow of the
old govertinents, caie the new rulers
who claihned to rule by divine right.
They, tuo, were almost all milItary
despots, onpecally In the beginlning,
buit the worlId haid pro'gressed far
enough to demiand inre proof of au
thiority to rule thanmerae brute power.
T1ravels of ai llullneye.
A Gernman selentist says that if a
mnarksmani at noon on a cloudlless,
windless day sets his rifle so that it
will cover the b~ ulseye of a target the
gun will in the same position the next
daty, if' it alsko happens to be cloudless
andmc windhi'ss, shoot "high left." "The
bullseye Is apparently attracted by the
position of' the sun or of any other Iu
imious liolut,'" says the scientist, "'and
appa reatly during the day follows the
course of the sun in a semicircular hine
on the ta rget."
This seemingly changed position of
ana object uhmler thle changing Iutluence
of light can not, hle t hinmks, be produced
by refraction nor bay the changing
temlperature of' theo air nor by chiang
lng ba romietrcic pressurec. The change
or piositlin is instanmtly respionsive to
the sun brea king through a cloud. It
cannot be akin to mirage, because the
shooter would then have to lower lis
guni at 11o0n Instead of elevating it, as
lhe now dIoes.
One of the Only' "Kel's" PlIayn.
An ancient baseball fan tells this
st-ory to Illustrate the quickness and
triikhiness of Mike Kelly, the one time
king of' tihe green diamond:
-"A gin me betsween Roston and Waish
ington was played at Bleanitown. Char
lIe lenniet t wasm catcinig, and~ Mikce
Kelly was sitting on the bench wvhen a
foul which Bennett could not possibly
get goes upi hn the air towardi the
bienchi, tad Kelly, beIng capltain, yells
to the umipire that lhe will putt Bennett
out of the game, anmd at the Samife time
he puts on a mitt with lightnIng speedl
and catches the ball. IIe then tries to
imake the luimire allow the catch, but
the umpire, aftery wrangling a long
tiine w~'ith Kelly, declides the ball wvas
In play and1( Bennett could not be re
miovedl fromi thle gaume until the ball
had~ beent caught 1)y aI plalyer in the
game, so lhe ordered the biatsnman to
lilt over. ThIs was quick thought of
Kelly, eveni if it d1(1id ol work."
010o3' is bult a t rasient dream that
gives color to a sleep) besipangled wvith
illusions of greatness; a mirage, glt
teilng, but unsubastatital, hovering
ablove the oasis in the desert of life alt
whose founitamin many a neairy travel
er1 would (Juenchi his burning thirst
that lie may press on to grander
heights. It beckons us oni to wvhero
the broad lIght plays5 on counmtless
graves of those' once called great, but
now forgotten, upon whose gravestone
Is chIseled the mocking phbrase, "Sic
transit gloria miundl." How often
d1oes the victor, Spent and worn, look
ar'ound for thme laurels and~ the p~eace
lie lhas ealrned, (only to find the bubble
bur ist ed, the colors faded.-Itoanoke
Tortillas, the Mex Icaniisubstitumte for
Whenat Ibread, arie imade from selected
(crn. Th'le kernels aire bo)Iled soft in
limiewater and aifter behig thoroughly
wvashed are rubbed be'tween thme hands
to remiove the outer husk. Th'ley are
theni gr'oiund whlile wvet io a soft mass
with stonies or a peanhut biutter mill,
Patted Into tlhin cakes, baiked oni a dr'y
griddle anmd eniteni while still hot.
Sir IIa rtley WVilliams, a celobraited
judge of Australia, said lie once knew
a pious1 lawyer w"ho was in thme habIt
of praying for clients. "Imagine," ex
claimed tho judge, "the insult to the
Almighty -contained in the request that
ho should stir upl strife among people,
foment discord anid promote litigation
just to' serve the selfish purposes of
tise pous soleitor."
Blear the Ihe Kind You llae Aiwa 8 B0U$l
gently stirred so
rown off in the right
must be invigorated
in the Mild Power Cure
e work without shock
irt of the system.
dg Bros. and. Earlo' a Drug Stfore.
D., Atlanta, Gal
SH for Oak, Pop
They will send a
lumber at loading
ay you the highest
e them stating what
PANY, Atlanta, Ga.
Smile. Always reliable. Lalc~rkD~gl~ ~
411N Els ESTERS Usdil1411 ilR Ili i
Tasko no mtuller Ntietselt blue 4bous i.A
ttIona andE Anaiilosam i ol our l sit,
4)r seil lEq-. lit stamips for IaarteruI as. rentui
stt)IiSII Ai(% "htelter fr (itle tf?" I.t
bi retiarn lai . 1,000 es eiol by
OHIHBSTER CHEMIOAL 00.
V100 Madison .ciuare. IilELA., P'A.
Montiun this lasen
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON,
CIATRLESTON. S. U.
110th Year Begin Septemnber 2tho
Letters. Science. Engineering. One
Scholarrhip to each County of South
earolina. Entrance examaiatins held
at Pickens by County Superinitend~ent of
Edhication and Probate Judge on July
10. Tuition $40. Board and furnished
room in Dormitory, $j~10 per month. All
candidates for acimissionl are permitted
to comnpete for Boyce Schla )11rshiilps,
dhc ilssIl R1C S ydirA 1)r(U~taloguea,
HA. BK.A I
The Oldmoes nt roGood
Th e r Friinl toWst Era
Summer it o~ odij
I am no runnin la "COaS
must nokgot "BARGAINSo
8h Ogn al1 et co
A Soouality o odo
wi remaino runing a gosl
25 and % prcent.Lgtci
West f ndisan M
Theser are Paic tos:
wiFll remin longaoos
Wakesd Can i
M or(ss ies to s
B'lcid iu Shefol
ack Kii Shoe Pol
- MRS. K. 1L
inive an .orage Cror
Throughout the northern portion of
the United Staten fliluers and '4tock
raisers could advantageogljly grow
moro of the succulent forage crop; for
feedIng stock during the sulmer and
nutumn 1nouths, whenl the supply of
grasses and clovers Is often liinited,
says A. 4. liitchcock of the bureal of
plint industry. Such crops may usual
ly be grown on land that has already
produce(d anl early maturing crop of
some sort. such as oats, rye or winter
wheat. One of the best of these sucec
lent crops 1,4 ral (hirassiea llaput
Linn.), r. plant closely'rlated to cab
bage, turnips. mliustird and rutabagas.
How to clenos Silk.
It is little iglolwn that silk may be
cleaned by sp)o, inginig the soiled pmrts in
the wvater tiat lpotatoes have been1
Must Have KLa-sed the Blarney Stonc.
On the 'eve of Minister Wu's de
parture frnl \\'aiingtonl a yomg
wNollll of his ac(uaintanee said to
him that she hoped to visit China
some day, as what he had told her
about his native country had been
so interesting. "But you have ncier
explained," she added, "why China
men take four or five wives." With
a grave bow the oriental diplomat
said, "My countrymen take so many
in order that they may find in all
of thern the beauties and accom
plishments of one such young lady
"Well, sir, lightii' sot Ills h1ouse
afire, a alirth(uake swallowed half ills
land, an' then the river riz an' over
flowed the whole business!"
"Well, what's lie a-doin' of now?"
"Thankin' the Lord that lie kill
Hlard to Mleet Them, Though.
Miss Romanthiue (ecstatically) - I
guess Ii lohemia every one Is Tom,
Dick and IIarry.
Painter Lott (a poor artist)-Oh, yes,
and there are a good many bills there
Mr. Tytephist (at the club)-By the
way, doe, what is good for indigestion?
Doctor (fellow club mnn)--Well, a
Welsh rabbit is sometimes good for
about three days of it.-Cheago Trib
One thing Is clear to me-that no in.
dulgence of passion destroys the spirit
ual nature so much ats respectable self
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
If it's coatedi, your stomach
is bad, yur iver is OUt Of
order;. A ve s F 'ills will clean
your toque 1 Curel y or dys
pepsia, ie your liver right.
Easyv to Ak,c2:y t operate.
L BUcK!NeisA~ys DYE i~%a
s Firm in Greenville.
11( Dry Goods Store.
S AT HAND.
3 Must Make
E" business but all wash gooda
>red1 Percalls at . . 6c.
red Lawns at - , 50.
ed and Lace Effects at
ound up Summer buLsiness and
st, All goods marked dlown
m IEEN VILLEA,S. C.
t the Duhll Season on
KE RY-W A RbE,
Fr'uits, Nuts, Ten, Coffee,
Tlte0 Best Checese on Ear'th.
the Stock aml Poltry raiser.
Country Produce takeni
in Exchange for 00oods
CURETON & CO0
The Kind You llave Always Bought, anq which 1ias been.
in use for over 30 years, has bornf the signatire of
... and has been mado under his pe
sonal supervision since its intiUUmy.
Allow no one to deceive you in thi.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the lealth of
Infants and Children-E xporlence against Experhuent.
What is CASTORIA .
Castoria is a harmless sub stitute for Castor Oil, Pare
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Tt is Pleammit. It
contains neither Opitun, Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhwa and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
sld Platlency. It assimilates the Food, regulates, tho
Stomaci and Bowels, giving 'healthy and na< v -q ee;
The, Children's Panaccar-T~he MI other's Fred
CENUINE NAST " W
Bears the Signature of
The KInd You Have Always Bougbt
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE SENTAUN COPANY. 71 MURRAY STREET, NEW YORK CITv.
*c listo r
THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND BEST
[RY GOODS HOUSE IN THE ViEg
MONT SECTION OF G. C.
We can supply your wants in anvih ing in the Dry Goods 'in
from the fiust to the cheapost qual*:1 s
Ouerhttvvis have jttSt raitlned 1. cn Nortee lo i 1r fuid (c 1
counters aLnd t.hIelves a11(? loaflodd wvii i1 IM, Sprit .
Dress Go-- ledNvli. In .ml Sunhn (iasWC hav -
IJfOIoI Ic13k ,e:' you; g111 'i:ts:s. \ r i i - i glnec i! yenti ge iie'
iinor. t h a l sitlSfitri
In CartA M ~,1lattin;cgs,Rlui. Sere -ns, W\in do w ShalL I Art Snitari
and( M 'ts we have a comiplet i ste k.
Thantuking our frienIls and , uto..i'rs for tir I libi1 ral a ron
in thle past aind hiopinig to nwri I. contIinuance ol the samoti ne are
\ery Respect fully.
McALI STER & BEATTIE.
(.J I:.Nv l..1:, Is Till (ac . I.1x\
TH IEFR UIES
DUTHERN - - ~ -
Compicie Summieer Resort Folder
d i' iai!eJ Freec to Any Address.
Tightly Locked From
Not Prevent Fits.
Dr. Miles' Ner'vine Cured
Dr. M~led' Neuvinie hasi been successfully
trIi itihousandcs of cases ocf niervouis diusor
ders., but ncever'l,bas it made. a better record( thanIhIV vdo~al~itoueyu
Wvhenc usedc ini he treatmuent of fils oir Sjsassc~~ruh 't'~adPulr ei
'Iihousandsr of i.testimonials prov5e t h is, and mc I1 I.ISl lasdS a a ec
necarly evecry mstance the wrc iter has j; hited i sde tci fo okiltgv.hl a
that the fits cased after the first dose ofi Ner
vine ' wa. g.iven. Thec statleent is reeated ~~ije~cii.IkriyI(~n
im the following: 4 cidIto llonrofsck
"Seve years ago~ my wicfe commenicicedlIJ i llSl~~ t oiM
havmgi)~ aaims or fits and~ I c:alkdt ini my C ticO jeciItr ;lclil1)
home phylc Vian~ and he 51aid she was para
lyzedi. lie riubbed her with salt watecr aml t(c sokfe ny1(. a
gave her clomel aundSl she I eventaly got SL( J~519 scu .I(Xcc c
soms' better, but inl a short time she had seiyfodV'lcu crstk
another attack. She was confinecd to her adpih s r i~ i~ c'i c~l
bedc fur three montihis andc the doctor coul uc.I)u 1~uv in ihw r
not hl p lher. She ha~d fits freqoutly, soec es1teI od. LIhodIh o e
timeis ver y severe. I Ier hands would crampj *
so we couildh not Opcen themn anid she linally rd Ir plcethillicrliithi
got so her jaws would become locked. aica il10Cr~,i th~pcii
Flunlly I saw thce doctor was doing her no dtocri.lIukJnghSoc
good aend ordered a bottle of Dr. Miles' Re. ai olr eiieiiledc h
storative Nervine. She received so muchi bwl 511sis ptetrdlvr
benellt from the first bottle that I got some i Ir. vr ceid fsoki
more. She has taken a nurnber ol bottles lkni ic.Scr s2-ec jl
but has never had a lit since taking the first
close. She also thinks very highly of D)r. o ~akirui tc n olr
Miles' Nerve acnd Liver Pulls and( is niever Mciiouieitil afrislfti
without themn. If there is any way of mak- tiisoe.ios~wrcbte.Cw
ig this testimonial stronger do so because iomooml.hg anfeh
if the good the Dr. Miles Restorative Nerv- A1( cn lt ir gs.I ~~~ti
ince did my wvife."--WMt. V.ALEPM
Elkville, Miss. Arii~ ''9 noluco aig~5icil lo
Altldrugists sell and gcuaranitee first hot- he sm Ie:t itc ceI'ffod cn
Ic Dr. Maes' Remceies. Seiid f.:,r free boiok Slld tc icnfoiyu elr
mu Ne2Ivous andl~ leart lDiseases, Adderess
- , (, .~ -tB l lR S.IoiM
-:- S ALE-:
Openis at Greeiville, Thu Iasday
This alnnoumoli.t w0 thiil 1.l \TEST ILL ..E ND r
% i% gIl achis'.s h a d 10>l e' id ')I custo- A LE w W ill Ie gr t r I1 (nm10 0 o11
mrV whc cargerly lok fowand to i.:d than <-vtr*
lus great annual evoit. This ( 1r . i h s ust re.
yar it will p e w specml *-- id . I Iwo N'jn mil
fore and mOniy saving p0nerI to '>uIi ti.t -, an immnso lot
he great mass(55 of thei ' inog pub- ,f 1De v -n., 1 h'm, ats and
cllot hinlg bu.ght specJal'y for this
Unfavorable weather cunditons g IWAT MILh 1 N i)
so far this summer have mado it 1lO scarecity Of vottoni anld it4
well nigh imposiblo for farmevs high price whl1 make ill kinds of
to leave their work and do their goods highler this fall thatoy
-11nmmer1e), trad ilg. And now jlist in hailvo bn iany ya ilr 11
'he nick of i me, when 0 they hive It Will be mey tved for vry
caught ip with thcir farm work hot y to atterl this gaIt Salo and
comes this great mill eod i.ale and buy all the dry MOods, :shoes, h1ts y
giVes them bargains greater than and clothing they Imiay nord beforo
I hey could havo bouiht in the th prices goes hi--as they
Spring and early Smninier. sureV Will this fall.
The Bargains at this, our fourthI
Fend eor a Mill End Cheolar.
Rain or Shino this great Mill End Sale will open 'Th'iriisday J1ly 9th
and continue until Sat o rday', July 181h,
IL X. SturiVant C.
BIG BEl JIVE
Greenville's Greatest Store.
An Oxford Feast.
:300 uai rs Women s I )ongola Ox fords a t *luo.
Big lit of Ladies R id Oxfords in all styles and toos at 89v.
El'very pair' of Zeiglers O:dords in the h nse wdl1 go at cost.
All Mlen's Ov Iords including C ruissets-Paickarmd & yield and Sever
al otheur lines will b)0 closed ont at and below cost.
Big Line of Summer' Pants.
1 Lot Meni's all wo- summ -r weight PantIs a sar'd pat terns 98e.
1 a lot'( idium wei 't dr s pants worth $:. lit to kl1.21
Ever st ru hat tinth house' wi ht! sol .2 ,.:d(tl, !'f ,,ieco.
Thell larles~t lin) ini (h1o city to pich hmom at a (ut pr'('.
1 lot Steel Rod Para~ol s 89e
1 4' " "' U mhielas 48e~ and oh lil tot 9 at. ;i e11
Our stock of wa'sh good ll b I o slautght red . WeQ mfean to
clea out overy,'th illg befor ou ftil goo1 L I ds ar riv. Y 'u can't
alfor'd to mies it.
The Little Bee Hive.
1o6 N. M\ain Street. G reenvilie, S. C.
HIGH PR ICES!
But wvhen in need of anything. in our' line giv'e us a
(call andl we will mlake you feel good.
We have always on hand a ful! s;upply of F'resh
Groceries at Lowest Prices. Our Spring~ D ry Goods
are no0w arriving. Wi~l tell you about them later, but
call and see them when in towni.
.Our N\otion D~epartmient- is ful of Bargains. Our motto
s "'the same good)(s for less money, mlore anul heCtter good.ls for
the samc money." Yours for' trnd,
WYA TT & GRTFFIN,
____ ____EASLEY, S. C.
And Well Scicetd Stock of
Always on hand, at fiigues; to dlefy al com ipetition.
Jutst returlnedl fr'omi the North and
is com plete. D on't fail to seme wvhen in our' city.
L. ROT HSOHILD)
Oct2tif. GREEN VILLEM, S. C.
I *MAKES PROPER DIETW