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T kLWHQNE COMP'A IN E 8TO M EE
empers of Independent Lines To
Gather In Chicago.
Chicago, June 10.--frhe annual inter.
national interstate telephone assocla.
tion which is the organization of lu
dependent telephone compales of the
country, takes place in this city June
20, 1 and 22.
The convention will be a delegate
body of 400 to 500 members, augment
ed by the leading spirits in the pro.
moting and financial fields of indepen.
The purpose of the organization is
to effect among the various indepen
dent interests a closer and more mili
tant organization for successful meet.
Ing opposition. The situation in the
United States, according to govern.
ment representatives and other author
ities show the independents to 'have
2,500,000 telephones and hiqestld Cap.
ital of $250,000,000, as against 1,800,
000 other telephones and invested cap.
ital of $400,000,000.
Fatal Head-On Collision.
Dallas, Tex., June 10.-'A head-on
collision between two Texas and New
Orleans trains occurred in which two
trainmen lost their lives and several
others were more or less hurt. The
wreck occurred near Spochard, 8
miles north of Athens. The dead are
J. E. Brown, engineer, of Dallas; --
Carter, fireman, of Emnis, Tex. The
injured are two brakemon named
Young and Bass, respectively. Fire
man Carter was Instantly killed and
Engineer Brown's body was so badly
crushed that he died. 3oth bodies
were brought in Dallas on a spi;ea!
train. Further particulars of the ac
cident are unobtainable.
Facts Are SIu
Uniform excellent quality
Century hae steadily increase
The leader of al
is now used ir, millions of homee.
popular succoew speaks for itsol.
positive proof ',hat LION COFFFE I
Confidewee of the pee
The unit hrmn quality of LIC
COFFEE survives a]) opposi
LION Co F ', keeps its' old frien
mace's new one& every day
UON COFFEE ha. even
than Its Strengtij. Flavor and
Mty to donnend f.t. On arriva
the plantation, ft is carefully
ed at our factories and sec
packed in 1 1b. sealed pac1
and not opened again until n
for use in the home. This pree
the possibility of adulteratlo
dust, -Insects or unclean hau
UION COFFE E is therefore gui
.Sold only in 1 lb. packages.
Save these Lion..heai
$OD Y GRCEJ
one of the hi
great deal of
means a Sacr
you come th
sale, the goo
BRING FANCY PRICES
.s grow a ge " crop o potatoes, the
Wmutcontain plenty If otash.
8T11omato~s rnelons cab~age, turnips, lettuce
-in fact, a elea reiove largo quanti- -
ties of Potas rom dhe soil. Supply
liber ly by the use of fertilizers containin
tjcl is$ tha 10 per cent. tactusi I'otasm
te and mre profitablo yields are sure to
Our pamplilets are not advertising circulars
booming special fertilizers, but contain valu
able Infornation to farmers. Sent free for the
aeldug. Write now.
GERMAN KALI WORKS
Now York-93 Nassau Street, or
Atlanta, Ga.--nX South Broad St.
Will not be Moved.
Columnbia-, Juno 24 --Thoro will
bo 11 chaitngei in tho conttbulary
nt Pickens for th prmesont. The
d.ispclsales ar) closed, but. the di
Visionis i charge of Division
Chief C. L. Curoto.1 whl)o lves ill
that county. Chitf Constablo
Halmlimet said today that ho (id
not think it Iecessilry to v (1luiro
him to chan1ngo his I)sidene ali.
thot g'. h..)ro will be vo regiih r
Ioc kept inl that c ty.
Chir ley's 1111 frid i nli 1 this
coun111y wilhl be ( ghid bihn t h i-.
for over a quarter of a
I the sales of LION COFFEE,.
I package coffees.
It is a
I from f910
ta or contact witla germs, dirt,
ids. The absolute purity o1
aranteed to the consumer.
Lion-head on every package.
a for valuablo prnnums. f
itS EVERY WHERE I
'OSN SPICCO., Toldo, Ohio.
r the 3rd~ Ou]
the stock( is
ifi~e. TheL( e
have to be
seless for us
ds wviii move
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON,
785 Charleston, S. -C. 1905
?NTRANCiC CXAXI1NATION WILL. IIH
hld in the, Couit y Court itoi so oil Friday,
i ty h, 119 a. m. Oie Fice TuItion Scholar
to eaoh county inl South Uarolina -awarded
. U 1onty Suti. of iEducitionl anld .ludge of Pro
latoe. Board and furnished room in )ormitory,
lio it month. All cadi.laltem for admislion are
.ermitted to conmpute for veaant HIoyce Scholar
ihplliwhji pay *100 at yetr.. For further infor
nati n nid catalogue, addrelts,
IARRISON RANDOLPI, President.
. . .1 --
For YOUING LIACS. lonioke, Va.
Opoettu Sept. 25, 1905. One of tie leading Rehools
ror Youiig Ladlies li the South. New buildings,
piiliosi amt equipmellt. carmpius ten neres.
Lr.u.1 iift titin hetiory tit Valley of Virgliia.
ramed for health. Eurolean and Amuoriean
teinerrs, Ful eourse Conservatory ndvantages
lit Art, ui to anttid Elocution. Cettiflcnteti Well
Wiley. Ntudents from 30 States. For (natloguo
r dl e .q
M.\TTI 1-1 P. IIA Its. Pros, Roanoke. Va.
Scholarship and Entrance
The exanmtition for the nwaid of vacant
scmolarships lin W inthrop College and for tL.e
nlissi)lonI or new stidot will be held at the
Uinty Court Honse on Friday, .July 7th, ato A
. A pilealits must not be les than lifteen
years of age. Whnmi cholaripm t are vacated
after .1 ilul 7, they will bie awaided to those a1k
ilg the h ightest nverago tit 11) thilxamnhiathln
Irovided they ileet the colitioms govertiig
the award. A plleaniit for scholatshi Is should
write to P'resilent Johnsin before thle exail
intioi for scliarshilp alp ietitloin blanks.
Sclolarliips are worth . 1I0 x'i free i ItIon.
''he next sCsiIon will )oen September, '.1, 1905.
lPor firther informatioti mnd catnlogue address
Pies. D. B. Johnson, Rook Hill, S. C.
Clsest, andi ritutines the heir.
1'roinoies m luxesolutit growth.
14Z(C.m Falm to Itatoro Oray
Hfall, to lid Youthful Color.
Iur i.,ag Ihair faling.
616-tA L;2a --. - . gil
Bridge to Let.
WO willN, let. o the lowes.t responsible
hidder tll) Inilding of it now steel
11-rId ro aer nluda livor, e ar he
ditl of thn Saluda Power Co., at the
Supervisor'so o1lo, inl O pouivilIs, S. (0.
(1n Ih1o 201 dalY of Jlly, 1905. Tho
1111in SJm of l1he bridge! ( I bo 140 foot.
and al-pronoehes t1 be added. P;a us lit.d
speeifia:Lt-ions4 shIiowIn on day of lotting.
Als , wo will lot the building of piers
for sniti bridg Iho next Iay it 1110
J. W. WALKER
Super visor (reeivillo Coinly.
(I. il. LYNOH,
td 8Hnp1ervisor Pickensl County.
T ress)ass Notice.
All persons nro hereby warinod not to
hiut, fish, set out fire, cut timbor, nialco
roads, triavol over, or in r-nyw..y tresipaii
On1 anly (if ily hinds, undeor pnalty of
thn I w. MIrs. Masrgaret M. Trotter.
(3 14 05 41.
N. D. TAYLO
...THE VERY BEST
The kind that lire iad at the 1
Phe kind th t. will. not fade.
nnld finiha on110 1 the latest al
Nico line of moulthngs and fran
...COME ON V
.e stock is la
0o YO, dT UP
WITRA LAME BACK 2
Eidney TrUble Makes' You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
__ -.cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
, jand.bladder remedy.
f 4It is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teonth century; dis
covera4 after years ol
scientific research b)
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and I,
wonderfully successful in promptly curinj
lame back, kidney. bladder, url acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worsi
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you have kid.
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur.
chase relief and has proved so succ :sful in
every case that a special arrangerm'nt has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kiclicy or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and htomo nt Ewap-TtooI,
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root. Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
N.Y., on every bottle.
All Kinds and for all Purposes.
When In the Market for
ENGINES, BOILERS, SAW MILLS,
BRICK MACHINERY, ETC.,
"THE MACHINERY PEOPLE"
W. H. Gibbes Co.
-COLUMBIA. s. C.0
' he Gibhes Portable Shingle MAchine.
jeat studios of the larger cities.
That are nahural and lifelik,
Ad pret~tiest cards to b6 had.
mfes of' any size made to order.
VEDN ES DAY....
t stock of I
Lged a large
t the iiere if
to the conti
rge, ibut at
I to start at
In .this bar
Slayer of Rico Must Die.
Ossining, N. Y.; J unec J). --Mi.. rl 4.
Patrick was informed today in his
cell in Sing Sing prison of the dsci
Sion of the New York state court of
appeals sustaining a jud.ent of con
viction of murder in the first degrce ii
causing the death of William Marsh
Rice, the aged millionaire in New
York city In 1900.. The news did nok
seem to have the slightest effect on
Patrick's spirits. He told the warden
that he intended to have a re-argu
ment of the case and that a motion to
a new trial would be made to the ap
pellate division and probably also to
the court of appeals. The action, he
said, would be based on the ground of
newly discovered evidence and errors
at the former trial.
Fireman KI:lls Himself.
Atlanta, June 10.-R. T. Payne, for
inerly a fireman, stationed at engine
house No. 7, shot and *killed himself
early Saturday morning in the woods
near Ashby and Beecher streets, West
End. Payne had been mentally un
balanced since the terrible freeze of
last winter. While at a fire in Febru
ary his hands became frozen and the
terrible pain that lie suffered affected
his mind. -Since that time Payne had
frequentlv wandered from home and
was onced found in a swamp by a par
ty searching for him. Payne used a
38-caliber revolver and shot himself In
the left breast. He was found at 9:45
o'clock in the morning b a negro boy.
He lived at 48 Evan stv e-t and was
about 60 years old.
Charged with Embeziu'ement.
Goldfield, Nev., June 1.-The pre
liminary examination of J. B. Young,
of the, Young Field Bank and Trust
company, and Francis L. Burton on
the charge of conspiracy and obtain
ing money under false pretenses has
resulted in their acquittal. Young
was remanded into custory pending
his trial on the charge of embezzle-.
ment. Cashier Boules testified that i
the bank's capitalization which was
said to be $100,000, was only in. real
ity $17,000 cash.
Lieutenant Probably Drowned.
San Francisco, June 1O.-Licutenant
George Blaidesell's mysterious death
has been reported on a revenue cutter
by the commission appointed from
Washington to investigate the circum
stances of the officer's disappearance,
and probable drowning from the ves
sel early last Tuesday morning. It
was the oplion of the committee that
a slight lurch of the vessel precipi
tated Lieutenant Blaisdell into the wa
ter and that he was drowned.
$15,000,000 Hotel For New York.
-New York, Jnne 1-.--Whreo the
Plaza hotel now stands at Fiftynlirtk
street and Pifthr avenue,' ovelr:iooking
the southern end of Central par-k, it has
been planned to erect withrin the next
year a hotel, which will rival any sim
ilar structure in the wor'ld. Fifteen
stories high and having ner-ly 1,000
r'ooms, it will bre bruilt at a cost of
$15,000,600. Thre projector's exp~ect to
have their hrostlery ready for bursiness
a year from next autun.
)ry Goods ai
I lby a disasti
portionl of t.
act that it Ih
ased of i thi
actors for rej
here goods o
once for Gr
p..ai n feast.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
and has been made under his per
-sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
hnfimts and Children-Experience against Experikent.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harnless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare..
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It6
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotio
Substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness,. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, eure 'Jonstipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulateg. the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sJoeep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Te CENTAU) COw-w&civ, ' u URAV THEE'. NEW YOnK O1TY.
AND ILL:- FITTING = SHOES
Are High at any price. There is no
satisfrction or economy in wearing them.
Come to us for your shoes. WVe will
sell you good onet-will see that they
fit you. And if they are not ri gi t will
make them right... .
Pride & Patton
GREENVILLE, S. C.
id Shoes, conceded to be
'ouls fire. A portioni was
lhe b)alance. However,-a
is beeni through a fire
a next sixty dlays, as the
r p~riceS, and the sooner
prices it has been pilt on