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- vud ire thoad Empl*ovd.w4roduct
Not Like Austrie&&u Nutter'.
Tho bureau of foreign commrce of
the statO deIArtment atas i8ud a ep
C1il rport coltaining the fidings of
- consuls oil the subjet of bu tt' inaking
fin foreien cotaitries. Thoimas 11. Nor
*ton, ecusaml at Mlexteh, Turkey, fur
phes thle folowing descrliIption Of hu
inethodo employed lII tie Htriput dis
trict of Turkey, In Asin.
lutter is made here exelusively froiml
tho thickeIed milk known ias "yaoort."
No attempt is ladi(O here to collect
croam and usO It for butter making. In
fact, oi accouit of the failure to pro
v ido abundant succulent pasturage for
cattle, but little creatim separates from
the milk ordinarily obtained in this
Country. A brief aecouit of the method
employed maty be of literest to Amer
caln dairymlen anid posibly sug"!'estive.
PI'etulh millk is heitA iII kettlesl to the
bolling point and hn allowed to col
to a temperaturo of about 80 degrees F.
OIHUlINING IN IAnIPUT DISTRICT.
At this point yaoort a day or two old is
added in the proportion of one table
spoonful to a quart of the milk. It is
thoroughly stirred In. The temperature
Is maintained at 80 degrees for three or
four hours..The fermented mass is thon
placed in a cool pllae and tiallowed to
stand for twenty-four hours. When old
yaoort is not readily procured to start
the lactic acid fermentation the Juice
of the wild sumac berries Is employed.
The thickened mass thus obtiined,
the yaoort, Is largely used throughwit
the orient as a food. It has the coi
sistency of a custard without whey, or
of "Junket," and i slight acid taste. It
is highly nutritinos, easiy digested anld
very refreshing In warm weatlecr. It is
used In the preparation of various
Turkish dishes, both meats and vege
tables. As a rule, foreIgners settling
In Turkey becomo very fond of this
When used as the basis of butter
making tho yaoort, usually prepa rod
from sheep's milk, Is lintroduced into
either i goatskin or aln earthen jar su1s
pended by*cords. Suflielent hot water
i8 added to raise the temperaturt; to
,1iem 1'.. degrees F. rhe op)enitng is
tightly closed and the "churn" Is hpt
In agitati.on with it Jerky movement for
about forty n'inutes before the butter
forms. The IIaIccomipIIIIying plotograophs
portraly thiS Imphirtait feItIr iII th
domiestlec life of tis region. T1hie bu1tter
thus prep~ared is white and curly in aip
pearance. The best <iual ty retails at
21%~ conts per pound1(.
Bome dairymen a)01 rgue thecy (cannhot afT
ford to ituy fana cy ices, and therefore
D.atry anid Creamier'y. The aver1aige cowV
of the' country amakes i'romi 125 to 130)
pomids(1 of butter p~er annumi, whilet no
pro)gri~5ve dlairymanl ought to be sait
Iiled with les;s than 25u) to 83(n iundi(s
cih petr annilumi. Suippose two ment , A
and( 13, engp.age in uidryluug. A believes
.in startintg c'heap I and buys ten cowvs at
$25-$250. Thiese' we will suppoase to be
averago cows, produelng 125 p)ounds1 of
b)utter each per atutu. At 20 centis a
pounid her product amiotunts to $25. The
cost of keeping wouldl be about .#30,
miakinig a loss of $5. 1 lhas a diffceent
idea of' dairnying and1( buys live cows at
$u0 eachli-$250. They both hmve the
samihe am iotunt of (aiLitail iniveslt'd. Wde
will adrnilt thant B wuill naturailly f'eed1
and enre- for hits cows a little 1better
thani A, for havIng bette'r stock he
would taiko mtore interest In them,
culd reaiz'ie some1 prlollt for a little ex
tra feed aind thus they woul get a lit
tic better fare than A's. B's cowe
would just as easily produce 230
pounds of butter as A's would 125
p~ound(s; 250 p)ounds at 20 cents eulual
$50 each per annum. With cost of
keeping $35, the niet pr-olt would
amiounit to $15 ieach. Rt'eemberi, A's
loss wats $5 a cow, which nmakes a dif
forence of $20 in favor of the better
cow. ~This statemeint is not an over
,drawn one0. A few goodl cows are worth
a stableful of common ones. It is wise
to selec't the best Individual ainials
obtiiaible from some of thme dairy
breeds. Moreover, while pedigree Is a
good thing to consider, individluality is
of far miore importance. It taikes ana
export, however, to teil ini all c'alses by3
outward appearanices as to the real
value of a cow.
Watch the flulL
Always keep1 anl eye on the bull1, ad
vses Da)iry and Creamuery. A bull
sould ailwatys be regarded ats daunger
os. Under certain conditions and cir
eumstances lhe is. Like the gun that ia
ot: loaded, the bull thait is harmiless
1 usually dhoes injury. The bull that is
k nown to be cross and dlangorous sel
(lom does injury, since ho Is watched
- ery closely.
"I firlst used A ycr's Sarsaparilla
'Ithe fall of 1848. Since thena I
ut~w.taken it every spring as a
bl00d - purifyd a g, and nerve
- S.., Jones, WVichiita, Kans.
If you feel run dlown,
~ oe easily tired, if your
< nerves are weak and your
'' b lood is thin, then begin
ta'ake the good old stand
Srd f imily medicine,
it's a regular nerve
~ l~te,,a perfect blood
'~ 5 i$d.r0 a~ boile. All drnegglsts.
A ospdoctor what ho thinks of A yor's
I~,knows all about this grand
aiy Jn e Follow his aduvice and
4~O % FAn Co0., Lowell, Mass.
The liver must be
that the bile will be thr
channel; the system
AND TONIC PItuLsTS fort
that completely does th
or injury to any pa
at all i
Pickens Drug Co, J. D. Moore, Cral
W di Oak, P
A. S. BYERS C(
Will pay SPOT CA
lar, Ash or Walnut.
man to receive the I
point. They will p;
market price. Writ<
you have in the way
A. S. BYERS COM
ALL OVER THE HOUSE.
Snowy Linen the Main Thing In art
Snowy white linen is an iitvita
tion to rest and sleep. A creased
and wrinkled pair of sheets and pil
low slips past pristine freshness are
eiough to cause a wakeful night.
Bed linens should be washed sepa
rately fron the other laundry work
and no starch should be used. If
ironed while still quite damp, there
will be sufficient stiffness given to
the sheets to make them appear
well, and they will certainly prove
far more comfortable to the sleepers
than if starch were used. Do not
fail to have the bed linen thorough
ly aired and di'ied before it is put
away in piles in a close closet.
With fresh and dainty bed linen
the matter of making an attractive
hed becomes an easy task. It. is re
markable how few people know how
to make a bed in an aract ive man
ner. Never "spread up"' a bed.
Ev'ery morning the covers should all
be removed and the clothing hung
in such a way that a fresh current
of air can pass through it. Theli
mattress should be turned so that
the air can also reach every part of
it, and before mnakinag thme bed thle
position of the matt ress should be
changed so that the wear shall not
fall upon01 the same part.
One of the first requisites for a
well made bed is thamt the sheets
should be of ample lenigt h. Allow
p)lenlty of material, so that the
sheets may be well tucked in at the
sides and foot. There shiould be at
least three pairs of sheetsi providled
for each hied. Three pa irs; of pillow
esses, three bolster' cases and two
white spreads for everyday use will
prevent awkwardness in ease of
sickness. Care should be taken to
keep thme bed in the guestroomu at
Time For Cooking Vegetables.
Much depends on the age and
condition of the vegetables andl also
the manner in which they are cook
ed, fresh, young vegetables requir
ing, of course, much less time. A
table can give you only the approxi
mate length of time. Use juidgmient
and Coimmnon sense, and wh'len thmo
vegetables are tender do not cook
Bake potatoes thirty to forty-five
minutes. Stecam potatoes twenty to
forty' minutes. Boil potatoes (in
their skins) twenty to thirty min
utes. Boil potatoes (pamred) twenty
five to forty-five minutes, aapara
gus (young) fifteen to thirty min
utes, beets (young) forty-five min
utes, corn (green) twelve to twven
ty minutes, cauliflower t wenty to
forty minutes, cabbage (young)
thirty-five to sixty minutes, celery
twenty to thirty mimiutes, carrots
one to two hours, Limna or shell
beans forty-five minutes to one and
one-quarter hours, onions thirty to
sixty inumtes, oyster plant forty
five to sixty minutes, peas twenty
to sixty minutes, p~ariphIls (young)
thirty to fort) fivye mainutes, spinach
t wenty to sixty minutes, string
beans thirty to forty-five mi nutes,
tomatoes (stowed) forty-five to sixty
Wlhen vegetables are served with
boiled meat, they must be cooked in
the liquid from the meat after it
has beeni removed.
How to Drive Away Imecets.
Bits of ra1w ct ton or wading sat
iurated( wiithi the oil of pennhyr'oyal and
place~d ini (ornersi', onl cioset sheves and
in boxes or drlawers will dirive away
several kliuds of ob)jectionale( Iisects,
(ockroaesiI a tnts, etc., says thie WVom
an'si Ioime Companioni. Ptlaced in a
sauce'(r in the windows. It wilt he!p
dive away flites. 8aturated pads of
nmattress andI ar'ounud the hed( wvill
dIriv~e aIway tihe p~tlague nol giveun In the
list (of those wIth whieh Egypt was
scour-ged for ther'sins. For tits dread1(
ful pest aniother excellent ipreveintive
and c'ure Ia an application to Infested
places of e~iual IParts of kerosene and
spirits of turpeuntine. Put the solution
In the joints anmd cracks of thne bed,
about the surbase and in any other
places where tihe inseets hnave found
lodlgmnent aiid fill aill crackts with hard
soap1 tha~t ('lan be so treated. T1his ls an
old fashioned and1( relible remedy.
Boats the 10 idYUia9Always Bought
gently stirred so
own1 off in the righ t
must be invigorated
n the Mild Power Cure
2 work Without shock
rt of the system.
,g Bros. and Earle's Drug Storo.
;h . . L ii
). Atlanta, Ga.
SH for Oak, Pop
They will send a
umber at loading
ty you the highest
them stating what
PANY, Atlanta, Ga.
Metho4s of Performing a Hemian
nual Act of Cleanline ss.
The disinfection of stables after a pe.
riod of constaut use Rhould be a part
of routine practice. Dairy stable; Ji
darticular should be disinfected twice
a year and oftener if the conditions do
mn'd it, says Dr. A. W. Hitting of Pur
Clue experiment station at Lafayette,
Ind. It is not possible to give many
stabica that thorough disinfection that
is possible In houses, beceause their
construction will not udmit of it, but it
is possible to do very much and at lit
The ideal method of disinfection Is
by means of a gas, as that would have
the power to penetrate everywhere.
The effectiveness of this methodl die
pelids 111)011 securing n1 large volime of
gas and mnaiutaining it for some time.
Tnless tho stable can be made ight a
gas will be of little use. For all practi
cal purposes the gas produced by burii
Ing sulphur over a pot of coals i the
best if used in connection with steam.
The dry suiIphur fumes have little
germ killing power, but1 when (0om
b)1ned( wIth the sienan In thet air they
form a comphiounid that is deadly. The
boiling of water and b~urnin~g of' sulphur
shouild go together. Fornnaldehyde gas
is not so eficient for stable dlsinfec
tion as many~ would have us ho'lleve'.
A ve0ry pr1actical mneanis of (disinfiection
that may be usedt uder almlost every
stab;le condition Is by whli te washing.
This Is not expensive f'or materIal and
is very easily applied by means of an
inexpensive fruit sprauy Pmuilp. The
limo should be thoroughly slaikedt and
strained through cloth andi' nnulie just
thin eniought to work wvell throu)lgh the
niozzle. One man can apply two coaits
of whitewash wvithi a rumip aundc reach
all paLrts of side andl eeiling of a room
ini about one~-f'outh thle timoe re~luired
with the' brush. Whitewashl will kill
or hold14 th~e germis ith which it comhies
ini conta.t. It has the (effe1ct, too, of
nutiking the barn lighter and cleaner.
After the first spraying one application
will usually be sullleienut if given regu
larly. As the business of supplying
milk to (elti(es and creamerles is of
large p)roportions and dleends upon0
cleanliness tis precaution of disinifec
tion should hze regularly followed.
Ihow to Cleamn Tortoise Shell.
Tortoise shell that has become dingy
may be cleaned by wiping thet article
with a soft cloth, then rub~bing well
with a pas1te) muade of rotten stone and1(
sweet oil, next applying jeweiers'
rouge and finally polishing with a
piece of chamois. Trreatmuent like this
is not required often if shell plns and
combs are polished frequently with
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
0K 6,Ei. e e a rtghi
cloid metrllk hoxes, sealedi hbu ibn
Tshe iInohr'. ltefhtneosagrn ustf
(tton ninitaijonse. lu ofrytnir lzh uggist,
01H01!15if MSTE on ITA.7AL CO.
?i4Oo :1ia~Ma~uo N4quare, r-iii A., P*A,
Menptlon this ner.
COLLEGE OF CHARILESTO1N,
OIlAI:inTON. S. ('.
116t Tear Dcgin ipnber 2Sh1
Letters. Sch ne~e. Engineering. One
Sciihlarrhip to eachI Cou1nlty of South
'arnolina. liintriando exaaminatio*ns hol
ait Pickens by Counuty Superintendent of
EIlucation) and( Prioba-te .J udge oni July
10. Tuition $10. Hoard and- furnished
room in D~ormitory, $10 Per month. All
cand(1idaies for aci mission are permuitted
to c'omipeto for Boyce Schnolarships,
wthiich pa'y $100 a year. For' cat alogue,
niddless Ii AULtISON I A ND)Ol'Pi,
Cleanses' and benullfles the halt.
. 1'ron1)41 f esI-'d lA risit grwt
o uro acal plsea$t &$ a r tailng.
I0ean j I m Dugse
'OR THE .I~SWJ
Mukn lair i Stono Firepne..
Any ono who has .hnd a tirepIaeo
buiilt knows from sad experkiee le hv
diflicult it Is to hlvo rough rock dono
well-InI fnet, -to have It doto at nIl.
The very Idea of Ising tIn uneut tono
for anything Inside a house seemsn the
height'of absurdity to the mltind olf i
country workinanl. Wl(n I s4howed tho
11uaso, mly sketch ol' the Ilrepinee 1e
reiarked thitt it wotld r'uluire a ginit
deal of 1hthor to cut the Stones Into the
slhI)ps I hnd drn.'It. A sort ol' pitying
woiider 0en1u0' llto Ills face itS tIl
1titi I wa1:nted the rough stones, just as
thevy 'were fonnld. The contracutor, thill't
ig ti) fl1iltat aititt-rs, hiad hiu d
up at hlge pli of stones gathered froin
all around the house without i.e
slightest regard to their sutlene:.
Some wore coveored vith old cemnwt,
at1d all were' badly bruised; the rooi
wa'Us lilled with I ueless asortment of
ma11terial1 whc cold onlly he_ uised for
1111111. lit h)0ek of Ihe fiacin g since nt1t
onte 1had any lichen. We ha11d to sc-ir
the( woods ourset~lves for eachl stonle ats
it wt winted, selectng those of prop
er shapel and size an1d carr"yng thlem' InI
)y han11(d so its to preserve the0 growth
of lbehen. It was two dayS' lird work,
bit well worth while 11 We 8:11W this
"'ienter of the1 h1om1e" tatkiig 111most the
slupo we hid hoped for. Whenl the
stonle eIII be proclred without mouch
tiatuoge it Stonle firepine1 of this sort is
not expensive. comimrtiti-ely speaitkig.
Ours is 1 feet wide lit tile h us ad
) feet ( ines high, lined with fire
brick al4 hIavinItg n heabp brick hearthII.
Thiv whole thilig, built ol ia solid Stonle
fonatiI Ion, cost the labor of ia ISn
aknd at mortair mnixer for two anid 11 h'af
days 4n the ceentit and brick $2) to
$25. This i. of Cour'se, eXCIuSIve of m1ly
Own time spenit In hunt1ting for thle
stoles._-CouIn try Afe Iin Ainericl.
Alarm Bell Mon Door'knIob.
Ilhstrated it tie n(ecomipan11yling
dIrawinig Is nt sim1ple anld conlvenlient
deiefor givinlg annimwhenj at bur
giar is itteitl)ting to enter a houso, the
bell also hing utseful for a doorbell for
hjouse(s which aire not provided with
any other irrangement for anounoneing
callers. This n1h1rim, which is the lit
venltion of Clarence i. Bryan of (ien
go, con1sists of a section of 8pIn1g wire
shatiped)l to ch1imp the s2hunk of the kunoh
an1d suspelding a saitll hell witnlit lhe
c'oll of w ire. The burglar if ie untder
INTERFERENCE wiTH TinI1 1oOR SOUND
itakes to elter through the door or in
1111 way ilnterferes with It will turn
the knob or rattle the loot' sulliclently
to set the alarm bell vihrnting and p
pise the inmiates of the house of wh'lat
is going on. 1n this case, of course,
the noise Is also heard by3 the personis
OUtsid(', so thtit w~tould fr'ighten tawtty
many113 times1 w'hten the he11 may13 not1
havet' a1wakened( the inmatttes of th,'
tachted tot any or all of the doors of 11
hiouso and14 ar'e also convtenienlt for travt
eiers~ for susp)ens8ion from the door
knobs of the hotel rooms nssigned to
them in their trav-els,.
Did Not Close For a
Heart Trouble Baf
Dr. Mile s'Hieart Cure and
Nervine Cured Me.
There is n1othing~ more tecessary to health
thantt sleep and1( rest. If these arc deied you,
if you rise in the morning moure tiredl thant
whtetn you went tohbed, there is ant affection (of
thte nerves plainly present. i your heart is
weak, or there is an inherited tenidency int
thtat direction, your weakened tnerves wyill
soon1 to affect your iteart's action as to bring
on1 serious, chtronic trotuble. Dr. Miles' Ner
vmen is a nerve tonic, which quiets te nerves,
so thtat sleep nmay comec, and it qutickly re
stores the weakened nterves to healtht and
strength. Dr. Miles' lieart Cure is a great
blood( and heart toinic whicht reaulates tne ace
lion of the heart, enriches the lQood and imt
proves thte circulation.
"Somte tinme ago I was suffering severely
witht hteart trouble. At tirnes my heart wvold
seeminigly stop heating andt at othters it would
heat loudly andt v'ery fast. Th'lree to four
hours sleep each night in ten othts was all
I coutld get. On)xe week In last Sepatembher I
never closed my eyes. I got Dr. Miles' Nervine
and1( Heart Cure at a dritg store ini Lawrence
hturg, after spending $300.00 in medC~i
cimes and1 doctors in L ouisville, Sthlbyville,
Frainkfort, Cincinnati and Lawretncehurg,
andi in three days htave derived mtore benelit
fronm tihe use of your remedies than I got
from all the doctors andi their medicines. I
thintk everybody ought to kitow of the mar
velous power contamned in your remedies."
W. iI. i~ItIcs, Fox Creek, Ry,
Al rgisssl and uarantee first hot
1j. Miles Medical Co., Elkhlart,Ind.
ie SawS bte 'Itnish.
LIttle Elner while out wvalking wIth
is nurse5( sawv n blacksmith shocig at
horse and upon01 retturnling htomte said,
"Mammoa, I sl'w the mian wvho mnakes
"Aro you sure you did ?" asked mam
"Of ('ourse5 I ant," replIed Elmer.
"lIe had~ onto nearly finished whten I
LInwI him. 11e was11 just inilling onl its
bolhindi feet."-Chicago News.
"Alt, Sam, so you've beena in trouble,
"WVell, chteer' up, man01. Adversity tries
us and1( shtows upI our better' quatlities."
"Alh, but adversity didn~'t try mte. I
wals a1 solemnt old( jud(ge, and hte showved
up1 mty worst (Iualities."
Momtinug In, thne Filling,
"1)o you kntow you cain tell a mnan'9
dispositiono by his teeth?" askcd the
gIrl who belIeves ini signts, butmps antd
"Iowt interestinggi" said( her c'omtpan
ion, who did itot believe inl anything.
"Then Jlackc muswt have a golden d1ispo.
Those Whio IRoost.
Newcome-Trhety tell mec hons never
lay eggs nt nIght. D)id you know that?
Newcoime- -tiantge, isn't it?
Subbuba-Not at all. All thoeliens
are roosters at night, you know.--Phii
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has bce
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatvre of
and has been made under h113 ie
sonal supervision since its infanwy.
Allow no one to deceive you in tlisi.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are bub
IXxperiments that trifle with and endanger the health o'
i .Innts and Children-Experience against Experiinent.
What is CASTORIA
Oastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011, Part*
gorie, Drops and Sootliing Syrups. It is Pleasait. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Wormus
and .allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhwa and 'Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Platuleney. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural slee0.
The Children's Panaea-The Mother's Friend.
ENUI NE CASTO RIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
'MC SK#4TAURt OOMPANY. TV MURRAY &SIRECT. NEW YORK OSTV.
THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND REST
DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE PIED
MONT SECTION OF I.E . :
We e".n supply your wanlts inl anlything inl tLw" Dr-yGod
from the line-st. to tihe chatol1ho st. '1uatlit ies
(oilur ity rs hiavoJ1 jtwt r letu ne from11 Nor-thern) in"rlaid -ar
econters n 1iihelves r1e IL.;nd d.wIn with' all the i. S-r1g
Dress God. and Novdties. In Gei-s urimshing Go..ds we 12 o
the umost, (m1lte 4- iock . k h- 1a1 at pric.; that u i astr, h1
in 1 :'-l.~Ville Culal d1 eXIJo Wi sint goods~ :Biel gII prI
hofoleil mIaking y'our turchtaeo. Ylur m.Ine ba'Vlck if you :no t 'I
h ftr thIiant1: enNisf d.t
and Mitts we, have ai coljeto tok
Than~king ouri fiendsu an cst (S.umI-rs' for theu ir lhoral patroni e l$'f
in thle past. and hoping i o mlerit, a contiinune of the sa~moe Wvzro
MN'cAL1ISTER & piWATTIE.j
TPhe Ohlest l)iry Goods Fiirm Hi Green vile.
The Origillal West End 1)ryv Goods Siore.
Ti-I TIME IS AT JIAND.
Summer Goods Must Make
Room for Fall Goods.
I am not run ning a "'COST"' buisiness 1but all wash gooda
muist n1ow go at "'BAR.GA\INS"'
8 andl t o cent Light colored Percalls at . . (>c.
F'igured Dimiity at......... c
A Good Quality of Colored Lawns at . , c.
M off on Ladies and Misses Oxfords.
W'hite Goods-Mercerized and I ace Ellects at
34% per cent off.
These prices are made to round up Summer business and
will remain as long as pgoods last, All goods marked dlown
25 and 33%/ per cent.
W es Veb1cle( . .I1 ~ rdN eI,,ld~4
A Look In.
One minute of your timo to hear our story.
P'ickens, S. C.,
ao srize ie the ants of this Ce mnoitty in Vehicle n 1 harueoss an
dont sales ntst for the
YuSTUJDEBA ER LINE
Yuknow nnd everlody else knows there is notheing rumerior to it. It's the line that
is built right, Iooks right and lasao lron Know rind t-ed all ov er the ~ wornb. D~on'#
lbe afraide we haeven' t your3elm rtyle. studenker inaekt, aou t everyth ei on wheels
mmni all ime at roomr tiOlharm s an1( t r ep 11 i if it's : >et in rneck we're irevared
Take a Look in anld Let Vs Show You.
P.S. If it h as to Strdel mker ie planto upon it, It's your tuarantee to a ver
iEB~test Ml E il
Opens at Greenville, Thursday
This- announcemnoit will thiirii land G1ERIATEST MILL ]$l
witli gla(ness thousands of cuSto- I SALE wi l be grea-ter' aitd lmoro
mers wic oaigorly look forwaid to i varied tihan (ee.
tis groat aual oven1. This Our M'It . Stird ivant tas just ro
year it will appeal with sfpeciallturnedl from tlhe no0 thorn mugll
force and mot.ey savilg )oner to 1.lid factorisi with a) imn1titoinSO lot
tho great muss of the trahnlig puol- . o' iry Goods, "30hoes, Hats and
lie. (Olothing bought. especially for this
infavorablo weather cowditions GliAT MILL ICND SAi1,
so far this summer have mado it .r'ho sucarcity of cotton aFld its
well nigh impo(ssiblo for farmei8 high price will make all kinds of
to leave their work and do thoir goods higiier this fall than they
summer trafing. And )ow jiut inl havo boe inl mlany years.
the nick of time, whon thwy have It will be muenoy saved for every
caught up with their f-irm work body to attemFd this great slo an'
comes this great mill ed sale and buy all the dry goods, shoca, hats
gives them bargains greater than and clothing they may need hfvoro
they could have bought inl the the pricsa goes higher-s they
Spring aind early Summer. surely will this fall.
Tho Iarggins at this, our fourth
SeI fort a Mill End Citcular.
Rain or Shino this great ALill End Side will Open r1lthurs(lay July 9th
aid Coitiltue iil 8atluirday, July 18th,
H., K. Sturdivanlt (Co.
BIG BEE J4~ y
Greenville's Greatest 3tore.
An Oxford Peast.
300 pairs WVomens Dongola Oxfordls at 40e.
Big lt. of Ladios Kid Oxfords in all styb-s and toos at ic. -
Ever'y pair' of Zeiglers Oxfords in the house will go at cost.
Al l cen's Ov fords including Cruissets-P1ackar'd & Field andl sover
11 other lines wvill 1)beclosed out at and below cost.
Big Line of Summer Pants.
1 Lot Meni's all wool suimmier wemght Pants assr'd patterns 98c.
1 lot mediuun weight dress paints worth $2.00 to *L~24..
Ever~y str'aw~ hat in the. houso will be sold at exactly hialfjprico.
1lTo largost lin int the city to pick ftrom at a cut pric.
1 Jot Steel Rod Parasols 39e
1 '' " " Umbhiollas 48c and on up to $1 98 at a cut
Our stock of wash good~s will be slaughtered. We moan to
clean out everything boefore our fa 1 gotd (s atrivo. You can't
afford to iss it.
The Little Bee Hive.
o06 N. Main Street. Greenville, S. C.
THE LINE FOR BUSINHSS,
THE LINE FOR PLEASURE,
THE LINE FOR ALL THE BEST
ON THE SU MRP SOT
Comupie Suummer Riesort Folder
Matile'd Free to Any Addren.
* LWAY Vi rK ' t tY~.
TA rr. . - A - Act.
.... .. ...kL. el; 0: ~ CA
But wvhen inu need of aniy thting in our1 line give uts a
c3 (all and we wvill mnake.you feel good.
We\ V( have always on hand a [full supp~lly of Fresh
SGrocries at Lowest Prices. Our Spring Dr)uy Goods
\ are now arriving. Will tell you about them later, butt
call and( see them when in town.
Our Notion D~epartment is full of Bargains. Out' motto
s the same g'oods for less mfoney, mnore and b~etter g'oods for
the samte money." YourIs for't r'ade,
WSTYATT S&(1E RWI N,
E ASL EY Y. Q..