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B0I d$T (;O ALL I1EPTILES.
His;Snakeship Swalowed a aI rdad
SWithout Batting His Eyes.
The following snake story by Mr,
C. V. Floyd, of Plainville, Ga, is
one of th b'st ever sprung o) ai
Unasulpectiig pablic Me:l.Ify
genius would d.. j'--t t ,, ither
POYe'es Weelios onl ma1.14r I&f th
kind and hasgiven th -ni rd and
spados ou i h is ns .-. T'e L.ory lol
Plaiville, O, .nIly 16, 1905
Dear Friend B-owt,: Ulpont a;
riving at home I fonid your re
quest awating me and as I had 13
of the smaller children to wash avid
dreas for Studay School wb ile
Katy asaisted the older ones, y41u1
see I was somehaitt )ushed foir
time. I am thimking you might
have gotton Bill HIlester or Unch
Tom')i. Aistin to attend to sucl at
utiall mitter as relyl%-ing t., the
Tup 1eatr sat ke story which was
published ii he Sentiel-Journai
of Pickens, 8. 0., however a4 I have
a few minutes to Rpdiro I will say
Tup, come over to Geoigia and see.
a snake that swallowed 14 wiles
of the Southern railway, with one
aud a half miles of Ride track
worked in on the side, foui fruit
cars loaded with Elberta peaeiLs,
two cars of ice, a little town of five
hundred inhabitants, ote mier
chants mill, a general warehouse,
two doctors and 'two drug stores,
the latter, howevor, did not con
tain enough poison to make the
reptile sick. He then washod oitt
his mouth -with the Oostanau la'
river and th6n went pleasantly
winding his way for the Cahutta
mountains. Thanking you for
your confidences, I am very truly
yours, C. V. Floyd.
P. S.-Ooe of our citizens, Mr.
Burrel Salmon. is following the
reptile for the purpose of gather
ing up the, valuibles. F.
A Warning to Xothers.
Too much care caunot be used v .
small children during the hot weather
of the summer mortliha to guard against
bowel 'troubles. As a rule it is only
necessary to give the ohild it (oso of
castor oil to correct any disorder of the
bowels. Do not use any substitute, but
give the old-fasltoned castor oil, and
see that it Is fresh, -as rancid oil natnso
ates aod has a tendeney to giipo. If
this does noct obe-k the Aowol give
Chamnberlain's Colic, Cholera and Ditar
thma Remedy and then a dose of castor
oil, and the disease may be cocked ini
its incipiency andu all danger avoided.
The castor oil and (his remedi~y shonl
be proon rod at once anud kept ready for
instant use taB sooni as the first indicatiot
of any howel trouble appears. 'Thlis as
the most successlful treatment knowvn
and may be relied upon with implicit
enidence even in cases of cholera in.
tantum. For sale b'y Pickens Drug Co.
Oak Dale Farm.
Greenville, R. F. D., No. .1,
Aug. 5.-Miss Essie Jones visited
her grand parents here.
TV. T. Hughes and family mnade
a trip to Glenn Springs and re-*
port a fline time.
H. A. Loopor and J. E. Friddell,
of Loopctr's, paid a flying visit to
Oak Dale this week.
T. T. Hughes has been out look
ing over the roads and bridge. of
the county and report them in fair
Married, July 81st, by WV. H .
Hughes, at h-ise residence, Mr'.
Robert Foster to Miss NOra Cope11;
both of Monaghian miii.
W. H-. H.
The "LAsy" Microlse.
A learned Professor claims to have
discovered that "Laziness" is cauisedl by
a germ- If thme Eminent Dodtor is right,
Rtydale's Liver Tialets can rightly -be
termed Microbe Killers, bee a use they al
ways remove that tired, lazy, siuggisi
feaing that has usually been attribujod
to torbaid liver or constipaited bowvela
Itydale'a Liver Tableta are garanateed to
aurin conatipatior. and all Liver disorders.
.Ehey are stmall, ompresased chlatL a
ooiateid tablets, pliesant in'effoot. Recliale.
Any dealer- ini our remediesa will returit
your mnoev if you tare not satistied w;t
these tablete. 50) tnabkLs 25 ota.
In Memory of Vesta Gilstrap.
In sad but 1.viing reinemrnaane
of Vesata, daughter of ,John~ aL..
Lizz'ie Gila4trap, wh-> depar'ted ti,;
life Angust 5ith, 1905, in) her ih.
Afflictions 040 long -aba bore,
Physicians wore in vain;
God thought it boil that sihe shouthi r-eat
And eased he-r in her pain.
How long shte straggled with disease
Which bafled okill and care,
And long she Iiugoeed lacked with pain4
And suffering hard to boar.
Past heor suffering, past her pain,
Cease to weep for tears are vain;
Calmi the tumnlt of thy breast, e
* or sher who suffered is at rest. t]
* Aunt Susan.
Cared Hay ver aind tumer Cod a
-. *. 5~i~ ateeville Indiana
- 4 uffered for thre' tl
n g thatftue te Zmies..
I hd mny i te tnpto~~ hay ls
fever, and a doctor'sresr pttia ld net mm
reach m eaise and took verl medl.
my ase. .Fortunately l ns te<n io
havg Fole 's, Honey and Ta~r andl it
do"n pilns are a symptom of the
ban* attack a woman, viz: falling
generally, come irregular, painful
-wasteful, weakening drains, dre
thervousness, dizziness, irritabilit3
Walk, loss of appetite, color a
THE FEMALE I
that marvelous, curative extract,
which exerts such a wonderful,
all female organs. Carduli re
menses, stops drains and stimul
pull the womb up into place.
It is a sure and permanent cui
WRITE US A LETTER
Put aside all timidity and write us ji
freety and frankly, in strictest, confi- N
d6nce, telling us all your symptome "
and troubles. We will sond free advice i
(in pln, sealed envelope) how to Ir
4 cure her. Address: Ladfes' Alvisory fe
Dept., The Chattanooga Medicine Co., a8
Chattanoogo, Tenn. e
Copyright. 1903. by 1A
T1iE next morning the open space
at the side of the wairehouse
was filled with mountasin wag
ois. Those which conitained
fhestnuts, gintiseng, fruit, chickens,
aggs, butter or smoke ctvled bacon had
white euivian coveri over them, the oth
ers were cotton wagons, iuon which
the great, bulging bales were heaped.
The year's crop wias abunditt, and lIt
tie of the produet had been staitiined in
the boll, for, the rlipeling period had
been dry aind lessed with siishinle,
As IHillyer was about to enter the
tront (100 of the wiar-ehouse after
briekil(fist Bascom Truitt 8!ouehed to
war(d him froini a grouip 1round a little
camkpilir. hetweenl two cottonl wagon)11.
Jerking his long 0hub 11v1 r hh; sho.ul
der, aid hitching ip bhisseinder
less trolsers it the Waist, he lr-ew the
mnerchan t to one si(de.
"IIeasrd Illllhonso say yout was out
looki' for George last night,' he be
gan awkwardly, "ain' I 'Rowed thtar'd
be ino hiarnm in haivin' a word wi'th you.
'That's all right 'twixt me 'ni' George,
sqjuIre. IIe) Mi)d me jest nowv he never
knowedi what hie wats aibout ain' that
ho's sorry. Shusckslihe neover hurt mse,
Mr. IIlyer. lBesides, i'dI let thait chal)
maul mue in thes face as much as he
likes after the friend he's been to Jellf.
TSf he's done1 miy boy onte favor heo luss
a hundr15ed. My wife feels jest likeis i
do about George, an' et she was to hear
I'dl got 'im ini tr'ouble over' a little thinig
ike that last night she'd quit mse."
"So thiars won't lie nso charige agin J
Inm, then?'" said Ihillyer -In relief.
''Not a bit,'' said the miounitainseer, un- .
consltiouisly stroking thas jaw Ge'orge
Buickley had bruisedl the night befor'o.
"The marshal come to 'me jest nuow asn'-t
sixed mie of' I watttd to itiske a case',y
anl' I told 'im he wits crazy, that ime 'ns'h
Georgo wvats jlest playint', san' Xomte 0' '
themiu derni niggetrs 'lowved w-e wias fus- a
"I'm gid you feel thait way, Tru-ssitt,"
said IIillyer,. amsi he wenit nto the~ ol
lice, silt down5 at is is 0k anil begani a
to read~ his mansil.
Two citizens 5of D~arley mnde the
watrehuouse t heir buidness headqusarters,
using the deCsks without Itay. Iiesnry
Ha~nks, at tall, lank, mai'ned tian about
Qfty-flyo years of aige, 1had a (desk int
:me corner of the 01llee. Hie wore at
Long brown beard, wats dlyspeptic, yel
ow skinined anud nervous. He wats a
Jonfedorate veteran wh'lo had, aifter the
A'ar, developed a surprisinig caipacity
'or makintg nioney out of the iufor'tu
late section he hadI brasvely fought f'or'e
Ele was a wvell to do noto shaver, anud
old farmers their yearly supplies at
in enormous profit. Anything fromt a
ooking stove to a yoke of oxen was
onsidered good security when once do
cribed in the "Iron clad" mortgage
oto of vWhich he was the inventor. He
Lever wore a vest, and the p~ockots of
ds thin coat were alwaye bulging with
totes anid accounts which lie carried oin
als person to have them ready at a imo~
nentt's notice when he -rant across a doe
liiuent. Tfhe other citiz-'en was Jim
Cennter, a jovial cottont buyer, a bachs
'lor about forty-five years of age, who
svas- the very life of the little circle.
When ho had business to tranisact be
30oid be as long facedi anid serIous- as
tiy otne else; but even then hIs huishor
wals apt to hubble sup anid burst at 'tbe
very miomnent no osne was expectine if-!
ills ehief amnusemuent was in teadting
Riasnkts, whomu he sarciastienliy called
'Old Liberality," or "Lib" for shor't,
Io spoke with a wvhhse that always -
oided in a rasping lauight that was v'ery
sifetious. Hlanks hsad never beeni
nowns to smnle, and yet a close observ
r woul have seen thart, in ihis own
ray, hie senmed -to ensjoy all isis asso
ante's levity. It was a chilly day and
tere wisas a good fire in the long wood
ove, and~ theo two mten benst over it.
corge Buckley sat on his high stoolt
his des5k at woi'k ons his big ledger.r
"Say, Gieor'ge," whined Kenner, as Ito i
ruew a cigar stumpil undier tho stove a
ld leaned back int his chair. "Did you
foer hear that tles.Bi~l Gower 1n a.tell;P
s'on Libf about his bern out when he ,
sed to be in the junik businetis?":
Geyge smiled indulgently and said,
itu) looking round, that ho htadh
"I4)b tede his start itI the~ Junk bush- d1
es M the tur eild 0* the atreet," g
3.'6Uttr hes r g
most serious trouble which
of the womb. With this
scanty or profuse periods,
adful backache, headache,
', tired feeling, inability to
nd beauty. The' cure Is
or natural wine, of herbs,
strengthening influence on
lieves pain, regulates the
ates the womb muscles to
'e for all female complaints.
I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
tmy womb and ovaries," writes Mrs.
aomi Rake, of Webster Groves, Mo
ilso in my right and left sides, and
y menem were very painful and
regular. Since taking Cardui,
el like a now wontin and do nit
afer I did. It is tie best med -
no I er had in my house."
WILL N. HARBEN,
iel," " T h e
t Land of the
.RPER 4 BROTHERS
thar was i lots o' scrap iron an' the
iko lyhi' around, an' ie made moilt'y
)iyin' it lip till' shippin' it to Iron
,oundries. Then he added wleit an'
"was an' corn as a side Hlne, ai' one
lall when he had i purty big stock of
everything his shack tuck fire. A wind
was a-blowinl' anl' tlinuigs looked shiaky.
A lin(! o' bucket passeru Was formed to
tie nliglest well, ni' we was doin' pur
ly fair work when Lb corne lopin'
town the street. inakin' a noise like a
1oss full 0' water. When he seed what
ive was doin' he got owful rattled an'
yetlled for us to tote out the stutr. 4
wasn't nigh 'im, but Bill Gower says
when some o' the crowd laid hold o'
Ahe wheat sacks Lib yelled at 'ei, 'Let
lie wheat alone, it's insured; tote out
the scrap Iron!"
George laughed at this recital, but
Hanks ailimply swung his foot back and
forth a chewed the end of his un
11ighted (ila'. To all appearances b'e
hadU not1. heard a word of what han$
"We iput the shanty out," said K~en.
aer, "but Lib didn't help a bit. He
was hioppin' about like a chlicken with
its head1( off (1oin' its last dance. We
ralilly saived 1his life. I believe he'd
'ni' drupped('4 dead1( in his tracks of he'4
'a' lost by that blaz7e thlat night."
"El' thar anybody thlat loves a
iui'kel mlore'nl you do," grunted the
notelC shaver, "I'd liko to see 'im.I
ie(r he(ard o' anybody gittin' anything
Kennier lauughed. "When I fust
iitrted ouit I'll aldimit I was purty close,
4h. You know m~y dalddy sol a little
armPit o' his whlenl I was twenty-one an'
Let me1 uip ini thle retail grocery busi
ess5. I Ii talked to mne so miuchu about
he0 done'lisIts lyini' ini waIt fer suickersj
lhat I suIsp~ilod even the preacher
charI iltenided mneetin'. He got be
17nd ini his1 account once, an' I .led~
m1 up1 an' told '1m thle reason I wasn't
tiendlin' churchl more reg'lar wast be
at'se be wvasn't totin' fair, an' that I
0uldn''' "-KIenner laugh~ed impulsive
y-"Kit ang~ aperitual good listein' to
man11 ani' wonderin' of I'd ever git my
noney03. He paid up an' quit me; but
dllin't care; my religion improved, an'
vhen his term~ was out lhe went ofY
>win' brother Lampkin seventy-two
lollars an' odd cents. I.Lmpkin re
tused to he'p the hecatheons for for'
IIlllyer t'lrned1 round in his chair andl(
smiled. Ils face had a healthier glow
and( his eye a deeper twinkle than
usunl11. To look at him one \yould not
have1 Huispectedl that ho hadl passed
thirouigh a storml the night before that
had( nhluost shaken is soul ouit .of huis
"I've always thought you'd Insist on1
your rights," he( said to Kenner. "Aln'
thue truth is it's the only way to get
)m in bnainess'5."
"Well.'' nuswered the" cotton buyer,
1 hadii to~ hold( folks downi, Mr. Ill -
'0r. 1 was a1 greent hand1. but1 I re'ckon
ripeneid purty iuek. Thiar w~as ai
roiung storekeeper next door to mie,
ion Gibbs. ats sharp as a brier. He
rold( multltipliy four figures by four
igures in his head anl' give you the
tusawer ini a iute. lie used( to toil
he who would (do to cr'edit all' who
v'ouln't, an' I always r'elied on his8
'"JButs Lord. I cayn't set hero tellin'
'arns all day. I'ml goinl' to handle -a
Ight o' cotton 'fore sunmdown; It's rol).
a' In like' a circus pafrade.'
The (lay's bus1iness5 had really begun.
ouintain men~l came inl with samples
f their cot ton or' grain. Bascom
'iulitt had1( ail armfiul of the snowy
talie. "Trhur's at whIol giang o' ten
.'agonls from beyant the T1ennessee
ne," he salid to Keinner. "Th'ey want
a knowv what's y'ore best figure."
IKennler pulled the wadls apairt at the
vindow and11 answeredl:
"Seven-ehurhths is the best I kin do,
has. If they take my offer git 'em
>(drive It up to the side dloor. I'vo
sutedI space for 500 bales here.
hope the~y ain't water packed or got
iy (dead niggers stowed awvay in 'em.
avery's over, an' wo never did buy
m by tho pound nohlow."
'They'll let you have It," he said.
rlhey w'it to tanbk nD an' go back
Heo was turning away when Hlanks
Stained him. "Thur's several in that
i&ug that .owe me ter supplies," he
11(d, pgtn$ q)L0 ##gh of notee,
14ntaine il tell 'em.!
, ICo0wP..rent out to receive the 6$4
ton, and Hillyer followed to indttite
tle paPeo, Ienner was to .use. This
left George Buckley and the note shav
or alonetogother. George was writing
whien Unki sood up and leaned on
the desk near to him. He cleared his
throat and chewed his cigar for'a mo
mefit. thei he said awkwardly:
"I hain't mcih of n hand to talk, but
I've beei wantin' to say somne'n' to you
ever since yore ut got in his trouble.
lbut somehow I couldn't git to it. I Jest
feel like tellin' you that'i'm yore friend.
an' ef it had been in my power I'd 'a'
helped you out o' all that'iness."
"I thank you. Mr. Hunks." George
returned with a 6ush of gratitude.
I'mxt glad to* know you felt that way."
' q'h j ok an coughed and stroked his
beari: Mith. his. scrawny hand. "I've
been w'ntchin' yore progress. George.
ever * since ililiyer tuck you up. I
reckon I was more interested in it on
ite1punt o' my bad luck with my own
boy,.. Gtorge. Bop haln't wutti his room
in hell, 'itur never will be."
' George avoided the eye bearing down
on him when he answered:
"Of course I can't dictate to you. Ir.
lianks." he said cautiously. "but I
think you are wrong abodt Bob. I
think lie will turn out all right when
he's a little older. le's in with the so.
clety set here and half of them have
well to do pitrents, and the truth Is he
doesn't know how to begin. I think he
wants to, but"
"le's oiwayt after me to put up the
.money fer 'In to do business on,"
eneered lisitic. "Now, wouldn't I be
a (nadritted idiot to put money in his
hiam1tis when le hain't got enough
energy to keep wood cut to run our
OIres at home? le's got to fust show
that he's got businesd capacity 'fore I'll
resk 'im. He's the biggest trouble I
ever had, George, an' when I see what
a ian you've made o' yorese'f on yore
'hances it makes me mad enough to
kiek 'Im. .Oh, he's jest rottenI I haln't
got no money fer 'im to dabble with,
bit I'm here to tell you of you need n
staace at any tie itil you got to do is to
call on ie. As I say, I've watched
George flushed as he thanke4 the old
man again and absured him lie wa.
not In need of money. Kenner came in
rubbing his hands. He was followed
by Rlillyer with a telegram In his
hands; he seemed excited as he spread
it open on George's ledger. "Tarbell &
Co. offer $1.05 a bushel for our entire
lot o' wheat," h6 said. "What's yore
Judgment, George - is it sell or not
"I'd let 'er slide like a sled on a snow
mountain," spoke up Kenner. "Geo4
ness knows, thar's epougli profit in it
at that. You bought the Charleston an'
Atlanta lots under eighty,"
No one spoke for a moment. Hanks
was paying only slight attention to the
conversation. le was seldom Interest
ed in what did not personally concern
"I jest want yore judgment,- George,"
said H-illyer in the proud tone a mati
might have in addressuing a successful
son. Buckley's eyes held the eager
look of the young speculator as they
met the old man's excited stare.
"I don't like to express myself," lhe
answered fially. "If it were my money
I w/ouldl, but 1t is yours."
"Well; yo're weicomno to a fool's ad
vie." put in Kenner, deeply interestod.
"I've watched the market for twenty
" I Jest fcel like te f in' 1Jo4te Mat 1", yorv
:>dd1 year, an' you'll lilt the ceilini' in
this thing if you don't git out while you
got a chance. Why, Hillyer', anybody
"George," the merchant broke In.
with flrmi earnestness, "I am simply
asking you for yore judgment. I want
that an' nothin' else."
"Well. there is nothiug else for me
to (do but give it, then," sai lBuckley.
"If it were mny invesitmnt I'd hold
'"T'har, t har, you old skinintt."' -rh
Hiiliyer triumphantly~ u'. he sil,p''A
Kenner on the shoulder. "You enyn't
scare that boy to death; he's got grit;
he'll hold(1 on till it thunders.''
"Yes," retorted the cotton buyer. "an'
George will be Like the little boy a-hold
o' the calf-he'll be yelinz' fer some
body to conme help 'um turn loose."
Hillyer's face was beaming. He sat
dlown at his desk. anid, taking up a
tolegratph blanik, he h)oganh to wrIto.
Keiiner pointed to him as Iho touicheda
George on the arm. "Got back his
senses at lnst," he laughed; "lhe's goin'
to take that offer."
Hlillyer looked up with a smile.
"Goodale & flanks, Nash vi lie. offered
me 10,000 tbushtels by this muornin's wvire
at $1.05 a bushel," he said. "I'm goiin'
to nab It 'fore Teirboil & Co. find out
Vjhar it'a at."
IKenner whistled softly, growled, out
something to himself, and wont out of
the room, Hlanks tur'ned from the wint
dow and leaned on George's desk. "Do
you reckon yo're safe on that?" be
asked, and, when George replied in tho
aflrmative, he saId slowly: "By gum!
you make me want to reek a littlo my
se't. SomehOw . i4 deems to mxe you
could turn the thi yore way, jest
with that dern atdys eye o' yore' n.
Blut i reckon.I'll ath~ outside. I never
was at band to take .reeks, an' it'll be
fun to watch yett utfs tussle with it."
-(To be OOntinueld.)
,WhAL abdnt that inanstiantiont
iekebs, I'S. C., AtI~ ~
We 6d.this method of thankins.
the good pe4ople of the C&*-mmuniiij
for ti-oil- kidnels throigh the'sick
ness and d.-ath of oti' dhuglter.
.ilay God blouw thrin mnd keepl them
throuigh all aeges to comne, and may
the good sptrit rest and be with them
forever and ever. We thank the
f10ctoI s for thir good s'envicoz; they
did ill t lf'V C'nk Cl'( h b he Hi,- titre
.:1 collie in rtilt; bl. h:s1 j .L lthe
delt Wu all .have to pay sooner or
later. May God bleSS us all and Save
u t4 in heaven is our prayer.
John S. Gilstrap.
Siok headtche results fromi a disor
dered condition of the stomioli and is
quickly e.od by Chamberlain's Stomach
"n.1 Liver Tableto. For sale by Pickens
A Kansa editor waints to know
bow strong uei cf giant, intellect ca,
hold dowVn dry goods boxes at the
corna-er daily, and save the country
gruti-, wh. ii they cannot person.ll
inance a mortgage on a family mule.
A woman ill Greenville who was re
cently converted at i revival meetoiig
sent a merchant $1 that she had
owed him for 11 years. We would
be glad if that kind of religion would
b - introduced around here.
A little forethought may save you no
end of trouble. Anyone who makes it a
rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoi Remedy at hnd
knows this to be a fact. For sale by
Pickens Drug Co.
A jilted Memphis youth took poi.
son with fatal results on account of
the refusal of a girl to marry him.
She evidently knew him better then
he knew himself
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
All the blood in your body passes through
your kidneys once every three minutes.
The kidneys are your
bloo4 purifiers, they fil
ter out the waste or
. impurities in the blood.
If they Are ilc or out
of order, they fail to do
Pains, aches and rheu
matism come from ex
- cess of uric acid in the
blood, due to neglected
Ki.ney Irouble Causo4 quick or unsteady
hea~rt boats, anid mnakes one feel as though
they had heart trouble, because the heart is
over-working in pumping thick, kidney
poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
It used to be considered that only urinary
troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
but now modern science proves that nearly
all constitutional diseases have their begin
ning in kidney trouble.
- If you are sick you can make no mistake
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
and the extraord inary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is
soon realized. It stands the highest for its
wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
and is sold on its merits
by all druggists in- fif ty
cent and one-dollar siz
es. You may have a
sample bot tle by mail Homo or swamip-noot.
free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
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.
MAIN STREET BARBER SHOP,
I do not boast of shop fix
tures, but I do pride myself on
Easy Shaves, Shampoos and
Artistic Hair _Cuts.
Give me a Trial and be Conviuced.
Isral Marshall, Thornley
Building, Main St.
Notice to Teachers.
Pickens, S. 0., Aug. 7, 1905.
There iil b e iin (xamlinaition, for
tebOrei~~' at th iS iiiace Fridia', September
(1 5) liientt'Exna..zi on to b..gin
ait hi C'i.'I t'k ;. Mi. .APthaain mtust, far
pree ied. Siueer'dy~ voiors$,
( 0. Snyt. Edtiant ion.
VIRtGIN IA COLLIE(E.
F'or Y4RI'N( LaA I*ES, 110onnoke, V.
opens Sept. 25i, 105. Oneorfthe lending Schools
for Y'oiting Lad ie's in the Southii. New bldinigs
,hinos andt equ11i pment1. Ci l lS tein ne es'
(irnnd moun1itainl .fOOniOry in) Valloy of Virginia
fameod for hiealthIi. uropeoan and Amnedten'
rpecej'. ,il COenn oro ( onseSrvatorv ued vantage
In .A rI, .M u-ICCe and IFnlo i lon Cet tioneaus n~ e i.
osley . Stud ints fr'm 30 S taRl I(. o'r Cleagnje
M A'I"I'i iJ I. Ul HRitS. Pros. ltonok de. \a
Notice of Finial Settlemientl
We wviil apply to ,J. B. Newvbery,
Probate Judge~ for Piokensa county', on
theu On dlay oef September, 1905, for a
finail sitlemjent. of thec estates ofi Eiza~e
beth1 anid J. T... WViiams, d1eceased, and
asked to he dismissed as adminimstratorn.
.J. M. WIr.LIA MS,
Aug. 2, 1905 Administrators.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors,
All persons h~ioldinig claimus ngainst
tile estaano of~ Q91ufris Anderson, (10.
ceased, are6 rt gnletedi to present the
same1, properly attested, to T. JT. Manl
din, attorney, Piekenis, S. C., for pay
ment by the 15th day of September.,
1905, and all persons indiied to thue
sadett aire requted~t to makile pay.
mentl to the (namn.
Aug. 9, 1905. AdmInistrator.
Pot infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
silang heFood andReuIla
Oing theStmach and~ of Bears the
ness and Rest.Contains neither
4?um,Mo yne nor Mineral.
Aperfect Remedy forConstipa- Use
fion, Sour Stomnach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
FacSimito signature or
-W .Thirty Years
EXACT CO^Y OF WRAPI-R.
THE CENTAUR SOMPAWY. M19W YORK CITY.
Can be pleased in their shoes if they come
to us. Our stock is large-selected with care.
Selected with the idea that good value makes
and holds customers. If you have not been
buying your shoes from us, try us next time
you need a pair.
Pride & Patton;
N. D. -T AYLOR, Photographer,
..,THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS...
TIhe kind that are made at the best studios of the largter citiss.
The kind that wvill not fade. That are natural and lifelike,
and fluished on the latest and prettiest cards to be had.
- ...PICTURES ENLARGED...
Nice line of mouldings and frames of any size made to order.
...COME ON WEDNESDAY..
I Ilave Sflout BOO Recelptg
Ready for Distribution.
All who want one come and get it. If you want to pay *'e it '
bring the money; if you don't wa'nt to pay it come and say so
and I will give you the receipt, as I want to get these accounts
off my mind and ahso my book. So come and pay, or get
your receipt anyhow, and oblige
prefer the money, butt leave it tyORE
hENRY N. SNYD)ER, LL. D., President;
Two OI'1ree4., A. ii. andi A. M. Four courses' loading to the A. B. Degree,
DepanrtmII,utsl-l'hio10. andu Aqtronomyfl~, MalthIomaItics, Physics, anid Goology,
l)oogy, and( ( hem isth.,, Latm. Grook, Enighlih, GJerman, and French, Hlistory'
anid E'onieO~l(. ib'rary andt Libiratin Th Wj~(~~ . E. liurnelt gymnaumnr under
a c samp, L ii (1 director. J. B. Jle~voand , jince Hlall. At hletio grounids. Coufre
of leturesO by thme ablemt mien on the pluit!.rm. R ro munsicalI opp.rtunities. Next
'assion Sup', 20.
JhouIrd fromi 68 to $16 a mionth. For Cnlogue or other informnation, alduless -
J. A. GAMEWELL, Sec., Spartanburg, S. C.
Wofford College Fitting School
Three new brick biidings. S~teamn bost Iand elhctric lights. ~
Head Matotr, four tenobiers and Mautron live in the buildoigs.
Hitusted on the Wofford Camnpus
Students take a regular course in the College Gymnasium, and have access to
thme Cohengo Library. -
$1:5.00 pays for board, tuition, and all fees. Sonsq of Methodist ministers do
Dot pay tinition. Next QSeamoIJ l)egina september 20.
For ('aaogue eto.. address '..
.A. MA50N DuPREE, Aa"Ar Spartanburg, & 6