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Mr. Aaron Boggs has been quite
indisposed for a few days but is
better at present.
Miss Mamie Dillard, after spend
ing a week in Greenville, returned
Mrs. Alice Cochran has been vis.
iiing her daughter, Nis V. 0. Mat
tison, of Ensloy, the past week.
Miss Gertie Boggs, wh1o has Ieen
visitinig Miss Lillie BrougIs, of
the Prater's Sectioni, returied
Airs. W. A. Boggs is vibiting in
Pendloton this week.
l'he farmors inti tuto which
was held at Clemson College was
Miss Jessio Wilson is spending a
while in Greenville.
Mr. John 1oroughs, of the lra.
ter's seotion, attended the fiarmein-rs
Mrs. R. 1. Cochran is visiting
homefolks in Oconce this week.
The children's day exercises of
the Calhoun Sunday school was
(titO IL FUU0esH
M. W~r. Newton, of Picketos, spent
a portion of last week with the
family of W. A. Boggs.
A Warning to Mothers.
Too mucih carn cainot bo used with
small children during the hot woetlher
of the summer months to guard against
bowel troubles. As a rulii it is only
necessary to give the child a doso of
castor oil to'correct any disor ler of the
bowels. Do not use any substitute, but
give the old-fashioned eaitor oil, and
see that it is fresh, as rancid oil nauso
ates and has i tendency to giipe. if
this does not check the bowels give
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar.
rhst Remedy and thon a dose of castoi
oil, and the disonso may be checked ii,
its incipiency aid all danger avoided.
The castor oil and this romedy should
be procured at onco and kept ready for
instant use us soon as the first indication
of any bowel trouble appears. This js
the ost succoNsful treatment known
and may be relied upon with implicit
confidence even in cases of cholora in.
fantum. For sale by Pickens Drug Co.
Not long ago a youngster and hi
mother were going home from churc
and the mother was finding faul
with the sermom. The boy notiei
the amount of his mother's con(ribn
tion and said. "Well inn, you can'
expect much for a cent."
The "Lazy" Microbe.
A learned Professor claims to hav<
discovered that "Laziness" is caused! by
a germ- If the Eminent Doetor' is r'ight,
Rydalo's ILiv'er TIablet~s can rightly be
termed Microbe Killers, bee muse they al
ways remove that tired, lazy, sluggish
feeling that has usually been attributed
to a torpid liver or constipated bowels.
Rydale's Liver Tablets are guaranteed to
. euro constipation and all Liver disorders.
.1'hey are small, compressed chocollate
coated tablets, pleasant inelfect. Reliable.
Any dealer in our remedies will return
your money if you arc not satisfiedl with
these tablets. 50 tablets 25' ets.
The reports as to the yellow fever
situaitioni in New Orleans show an in
crease in the death rate but the au
thorities continue to claim that tihm
feel no alarm. It is to be hoped theil
confidence is wvell founded.
Curedi Hay IFever and Summeuuur ('old.
A. J. Nusbaumn, Ratesville, Indiana
wvrites: ''Last year I sulfered for thro
months with a summer cold so distross
ing that it interfered with my business
1 had many of the symptoms of has
fever, and a doctor's prescription (lid no
reach my case, and I took several modi
cines which seemed only to aggravati
my case. Fortunately I insisted upo)0
having Foley's Honey and Taur andi
quickly cured me. My wife has sineu
usedt Foley's Honey and Tar with th<
same success." Pickens Drug (Co.
The Liberty T1ownjshi;, Singing
Association m-e't with Ruhamah
Methodist church 0on the second
Bunday in August, President P. 0.
Car tee being in th e ch air. A fter
devotional service a committee
was appointed to arrange the pro
gram for the day. The p~rogramn
for the morning was as follows:
Prof. MeD. Weams to arrango thi'
class and sing twenty minutes;
Profe. A. E. Owens and R. M
Basker each sang twenty minutes,
after which an intermission of one l
hour was taken for dinner. Aftei
the inner man was aatisfied the
association reassembled and~ the
following program was carriod out:
Prof. J. C. Garrett arranged the
class and sang fifteen minutes
Profe. RL. M. Baker, A. E. Own
P. C. Cartee and McD). Wenmi
each sang fifteen minutes. Thu
association then ad journed to con.
vene with Enon Baptist church
about three miles west of Easleiy
on the third Sunday in September
1905. E~, 0. Smith, Sec.
Mow Consumptionl begins.
Consumpblon always begins with
cough that lingers A cough that hang
and will not yield to the usual treatmon
may 'not mean consump tion - but to<
often it does mean this dead destroyel
has gained a footing Bypale's C.o u g I
Elixir is very sneeful in checking the
progress of throat and lung dliseasoJ
Even consumdtion yields to its powerfu,
influeno. if iti tjse is began before the]
disease is~too dep seated. Thuis moders
seidntfio remedy, ~~Ijls the germs thai
cause oonsiimptfon. Its removes the
eduse and helps natui-e rebuild the broke n
- down tianue. If on have a stubborn
0O t~q~d~pCough Elixir, AL wil
Truths that S
Tour grocer is honest and-if
you that he knows very little
sells you. How can he know, w]
how it v
In each package of LION
pound of Pure Coffee. Insisl
(Lion head ou every package.)
(Savo the Lion-heads foi
SOLD BY GROCER
Copyrijthi, 1903, by HA
BUSY inan emn forget trouble
11inuh eas1ier tmin an idle one,
n111d the activity of his lif'.e dhur
Ilg the w'etk following 1114 fia
ther's conviction was t blessing to
George Mickley. Intleed, the first sun
day afterwartl ws a sort of erit icali
period, for every eltiili of the platce
who had aniy .1,lirn to respectabilIlty
W nt Oil III c1 Ciolthes ilnd 1titled
one oif the( six white church-cles; anid our
hero kiew (hat ift Ih(le wis to con1tinit
to loli the position he had li Ii m f
iin l ii tIhte sovhti ifie of the vIihlge,
lht nIist n1ot a11)1ar to flItIr 0r to si ik
111(o retirieen necoilut oft ha111t 1.1d
It Wa11 It bright, ttm I ' aad
whenl he wenit dlownt to the postoflle
after bieakfast at the lt iyr' he
found the uual gr.. op of iulers waitin
for the niall. There was a airher shiop
lhurichigoers bet ig shazived a nti lhaving
thir boots polished. ( ie1rge howetl to
severaol of hIs frientds and4 aictiuau111t-"
anices, but1 therte was soniiethinig witini
him11 thait 11nade1 h11n shink rroin ati
closert c'ontnettt wi th any1 of t hei, par
liulary as4 lit faneled lie nlotetd on
t hat was ga1llinig to his stensitive' spirit,
the it'IteIt, glalss faicetd look box, Instead "
of pausinig to) spea1k to thlnI lht busied 1
hhlnselfC withI looking over 1the let ters4
andit turn'ied dowun to)wardt the warei
house54. One tonunnillentiton waIs tifrom
a !onltidt14ia l brloker1, Iuf'orining 1111l
-yeir that wh'eat hiad riseni to $1.08 a
bushlel and( adtvising bhin to hold 0n,
as1 thet Inar~ket showe'd a deeided up
porVterl Jake(4 til ai 'orner, l Iiekley3 gavye
hhnit the letter an ttl hin lat) take
them upj to I lillyer, anid then1, for hick
of' anty thluig else to tis, h e enitred lie
wa'Irehoust1e, shut (te door) after hin11
atlitd wet Ibac.k to his r'oon. ilere he
811atltdown at -the w~'idow it thei sun1
sline, and ailiniost btfore lht was aiware
detspondtenicy to tlt'sttend upon)1 hini.
'6 "hat sl a' t us l't" he skedi hiinstelf.
"l''1ow1 a111n I t) light 11iotoghi '"1
hlft an1 hiour hi sait thius ini te very1
' dregs of' desair , ainol thI Iuddenlly'3 21
a~lIII( pctur of 1o Ia ilye as0111 h isa il
thiere onl the hedl in thet rugue liiiip
lift andit the griiin tIght he wats sitill
inailking to overieOinie It'econsequenclies,
an a1t 11lush of shtnte sttle over te 4
sa1Id aloud1t--"I 've proiniIseud lin to be
al n11an1, and( 18 I sal--I shallI!"
Just t hen thle clhurch h elIs begain to
ring. They werte all hiarsh in tonie, bieinig
chieatp east4 iron, (exLtept tone whicbha 1111
been1 41nlhggled 11n1o thle village tdurng
the wiar frloni a lairge'r town afte t1. ''he 3
chuitrch to which It belonged was de.'
stroye3'd by fire. Its tonie was5 swet
an Illo101w andt rose ou1t of thle general
chltngor' l1ikt prorn1ise of peOacte to suif
fe'ring iwouls. It was iringling In the lIt- 3
tit lbelfry of the church LydlIa CransitiSon i
butt ats thecre was14 110 chluriich of Ilta tde- ji
wa'ls paritial1 to t he rathe pr1 jiogressiv ao
YOung inlister' of the M thlodi1st chiurch,
5411 andt her looth14!'er wet there r'eguilar -
George 1l~ikey had (on 111a1ny ai Stin- ft
day' sinice fortning her acqua0 ~itnce it- te(
tndted that palrtleuiiar 1p1ace of wor- th
Iship, and14 chiefly for t' oppor'tunity y4
of' seein1g her. 1Ile knew11 that1 it, wouhi ti l
lit a1 dililcult thlug for huni t) fae lit
It' little conigrega ttin, dhiv1iing tilt yt
I.thoughits t hat wouildl rise in the iind~s st
-of allI, an1d yet lit 1iet. the nnitter cour11- yt
algeouisly anid wt'4't.lt
ie wa'is valguly gladt that1 the first thi
hiymiin had4 been1 sunlg iatd that theire lth
wtere nto loltt'irtrs, as4 wasli frequelty3 1)1
1 (1he ca1s4e, on the steps). lt'lehhig the r4
t door' and1 lotoking ini, 1h1 is hart set up) a til
livtely beathiig as8 lie saw11 lydia Cran-i1 01
1 55101 with he'r parents ini thetir pe
'rThe mailjor' was the 0111y man11 in I tar
leIy who salt on1 the liadles' *ilde of the 01
house. ie seemed~t neve'tr to hiave re- b
mariiked that1 he wvas acting ini an1 excep- 41
tionall manner in this regard.4. In an-t 14
othier thing he was dlifferent fromi oth
er 1men1. 110 Wats, perhaips, (lhe only
male Intdiv'idll ini the villa~ge whoIi 1
wore kid gloves. Ills silk hit Iwas on c
the floor' at the end of the pow11, andt e
across 1ts top) lay his~ gold hieaded~t canie, '
he cares to do so-can teUl
about the bulk coffee he
ioro it originally came from,
'as blended-or With What
3n roasted? If you buy your
lose by the pound, how can
set purity and uniform quality?
COFFEE, the LEADER OF
ACKAGE COFFEES, Is of
Ity uniform in quality,
h and flavor. For OVER A
OF A CENTURY, UON COFFEE
en the standard coitee in
is of homes.
COFFEE ts careiung packed
factories, and until opened in
me, has no chance of being adul
or of coming in contact with dust,
,me, or unclean hands.
COFFEE you get one full
upon getting the genuine.
, valuable premiums.)
)OLSON SPICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
WILL N. HARBEN,
iel." " T h e
Land of the
RPER 41 BROTMERS
-~ -(4Tf T
p)in ivlih wits elitgav'e a respectfl
r-itt froni his8 reghnlent, linleed,41 thll
' ranltonl fatlly hald it eldei1 111r of
hle olu regine about thern. .ni( It wits
11 tihe iore noticeable ieause of the
t'v fatillles of (1ilte Iheir owln rank
it Iariley. ILydIa, l11, gracefiul and
air, was reallyi a pretty girl, and, what
vas better. sie was v(rywell iformed.
i as. ug aha often rentarked that
wearly all Ohe younfg Inlen---anld those of
Ie best )narley blood too-were actual
' atnidi ofthe VIrginia girl, 1111d. while
he4 thouight It inlost peenClallr anld de
>14pril the condi(tloll of thilng.si, she at
riblited the lowborn (eorge Bluckley's
tandinig III 1 .ydhlit est ilation to the
act that ie "coilil tailk to her about
ioks aln' the like itn' had the natu
i cheelk of Ils class."
The central ( iisle was carpeted, and
orge. stepped softly to one of the
'nts' in the reair and sat down, ieo
as gladl that his arrival was noted
uly by it f'w. T1he young niinister
unid have beeni conlspeCUous in a lar
or jinace thant Darley. Hie was six
'it tour In height, very dark and re
intrkably slight; his eyes were dark
luoe, his features sharp, and he wort
is bilack haIr long and was cleat
Whe'n the service was over Georgi
.ood atnd wited for Mrs. Illlyer', wh(
'-as comting towaritd him, in her stif
litck si lk, wv it awelcoing smile.
"Ghl to see0 you out, young 11uan11
he satid as she joltned hunai. "Th'Ia
vast at rip-youl-upl-the-bac k, paly-uIp-or
It-out sort of ai sermlont, wasn't It
Oul 'a' Mr. 1l111yor 'd better pitu:
t'undtu 3'ore' bad atLcolltis toinorrow
it' Iitnybe you'll git the benefit of it
steed old Peter Cashei duckin' hi.
George siled because she dId, mor'
hn at what she wast sayinig, for thi
rantinslI were pasinlg. TIhe majo
riud hIs wifte bowved wi'th theIr usuae
*old dIgnIty, but Lydia gave hiln on'
>f her sweetest smIles. "Do you fec
tit?"' shte Iautghed, referinIig to th
"Nout exne(l1ly,"' he replied, color'ing I1
lpite ot' hii tuselfI "but It wats strnglj
watsnt'I it ?
po4ke tip .\I iS. ll lyer'. '"l'F~L''3 evrbod
0 say nothlIn' of' the debts of othei
'olks irtl'ihler Maiyhew' 'dl be otnt u
"Oh~l, I kinowi that, Mlrs. IIlllyer,'
dl to her ('athier, wh'io was looking back
Otsidl'le t'h hurch, (Gorge and1( Mrs.
'It alin't aniy 0' my buin11ess, George
lkltey,"' shet said. "'but whien It (com1es
0 kniowini' how to trea'it women folks
'-11 take( thel rag ofl' thle bush1. I wais
lekleItd ba(lck Itar. Yotu trleated thatI
at Jest light -Jest right, to a gnat's
"'Why, whlat do) y'ou mean.~i Mrs. 11111
'lf?" asked tGeor'ge, quite1 ait sea1 as to
''W~ell, ('f youi doni't know what I
leanI let It alone. I've often wVonde1red
'hat ma~ikes thte womien take to you so,
ni' I've abioult conctluided. It's beca'so
1ey caiynt't runh OVer' you r'oughl shod.
y' Lord, George Iluc'kley, thIs is the
, an' I acknaowledge I'd hiearid so drait
st timelt I ever' seed you two togeth
d much51 abotut the hi1gh stiandini' 0'
e (ranthstonls that I lmositt 'lowed
'I wasi~ a pimbin~ fool to be goin' tharti,
it--well, I mnay never(' knlowl when a1
ii will titke ai notlin to set, buit er
u keep on1 actin1' wIthI Lyd(iat Cran1
11 lIke you did hack thartt ini mieetin'
1 kdin stiply wrap lher' aroundit yore
tIe Ilu ger'. Shei mayt3 hold out a long
lit, buat shie'll thIrowv ull thle .sponge in
0 end. All the king's bIossOe cynl't
di a womanth atway fr'om at man11 she
spects itn' is sor'ry for lit the sam11e
net, ant' of I'mi anyl Juldgt-but I reek
I I tialk too muitch.''
"'Oh, Mrs. I11lllyer, you ar'e sturety"
'You know,' the lit to womant~ ranil
a- "I wasi~ li-settin' Jest hto benches
htud 'emr, anl' wvhen you ~omlo inl I
ed 'er it(ch 'er head a little to 01n0
Lde ltn' seoe you, anl' then 5lhe looked
traigt in front of 'er' jest as ef noth-'
It haid happel~ined. Ilut somei'ni' had1(
aplpenied to her face, for I seed It
hantlge. A woman kIn fool a man as
iasy ats bltudlin' a chiickenl on the roost
rIth a torch, buit she cayni't fool all'
ther womnn, _ca ,.,..a
o11 'auomtf-~1ko snaikes'.''Th'nr ~uibe
comes now to
Tho Cranston carringe was passing.
It was an old fashioned victoria, (iv
en by a sleek looking negro on the
front seat. The occupants (lid not turn
"I wonder how they got on to that'"
asked Mrs. Hillyer, with a snigger.
"On to what?" Buckley asked.
"Why, on to that way o' settin' like
they had boards under the'r clothes
again the'r backs. I'd rathorr do a
daiy's watshiiii' 'an to go a I ,e that
ii-wtty. I Ilvays wnilt to Iflil b-tk
whettFi I'tu r lht' -whly. th-':w a :11
III; for.I :lways 'lowe ! hut
three an't thle ig-ge(r looW: l s')n.n
henl it poles."
Gevorge laugheOd he:1n'tily. I~ ::1<1 the
knack of taking p:'ople cherfti, and
since his recent trouhle sit' had donte
Sinuich t4) relieve I gloori: anl. I)(
Xides, had she not encouiraged hi1un1 to
hope tit-- litit his ieart sanik under
theseo reflect lons. Lydia ('raniston, for
1111any rTtsonls, wa*Is Ouit of' the que1(stion,
itIl he was itind to allo his hopes to
"Of cousl.'' .ro. IIlly(r went on,
ait if' r10ln h0 $ -ini. -thar ainl't nt:
Use b11linin'I ,Nel(ves, to the truth.
Thtem 4r 'a listonts Iain't yore sort tiur
mine. lit' aI body ought to tse ordi
nary seise' in serb ntirs, but ill the
Iticestry nll' fat iI ly I t'ees anl' blue
bloodl royal oil th enyti't keep a
wontiti's heairt froin floppin' Jvlrt the
way it wt tt s to Coap. I sorter like Lyd
Ia Crans(on. Sie could brueg ott 'er an
tecedellt. buit She don't. She knows
she's stolle paiIn11)11s an' Itint't it-worry
lit'. leiin' aeltr'd yotu lIIti't as good
its oth1r folks0 is the biggest dirawbaek
onl e t h. 'Iar's on1e o' yore best cards,
eborg''. oN wItys hold yore head
u. Solnetimes I thlink It'll have(- at
crown i o'4) e sort oil it before you
die. You'v(e got nerve, an' pleity of
it, though I did thinlk you was a-golin'
to ilicker under yore burden last week,
but yoro eye tin' skin is clear as ever
todty. You've set me It good example.
Soime thiie you titay know ill I've sur
l'ered while keepin' tip mty etetnal
laugh an' chatter.
"Thar's Mrs. Dugan bending over
the felce by the red flag"--they were
nearing home. "She's tryin' her best
to ketch somebody passin' from church
to learn it bit o' news. I've been fool
in' 'er ever sInce the doctor caged 'er.
I hiln't got much use fer her either.
When folks run a title down to her she
mighty nigh always tells 'em I started
it ait' sends 'emt over to fie."
George laughed as lie opened tite
gate and stood aside for her to piais
through. "Hello, Mrs. Dugan," site
enlled out to the short, stout woman
at the fence, about fifty yards away.
"Iave you heard when they a'e a-goin'
to let you out'?"
"No, I hain't," snapped the gossip as
she drew her red breakfast shawl over
her head and ears to protect them from
the breeze, "but I know when the next
court convenes, Mrs. Iillyer, an' I'm
"TIhul' Mrs. D1utm bendini over thIe
goin' to git att the bottom o' thiIs thing
ef I hatve to seli myl3 houise an' lot to
do It. Th'lis babhly haln't got no miore
scrlet fever 'ani you hlave. it's all
sp51ite work, Martha HIillyer."'
moth dlown ini it (5om'lal waiy andi
wlitked at George. "1Dhit you ever:''
she iiaid. 'That old hutssy callini' tme
bly my1 full namie ats lplt tais of we'd
beeni to hooilO toge'thert itn' swa*ppeCd
c'hatwin' watx!" Then she citlledI otut to
the gossiy, conquieritg her~ sile as
she spoke: "Them doctors don't know
everything, Sally Lou D~ugatn. When
1 wits a gal It wa'is all the fashloon to
blee'd folkaq fer diff'erenit diseatses, bt
now they say It was a miustake. PTe
doctors still bleed, but they lance the
hpocket istead o' thte veins. I Iatve you
heard atbout Mary Ianlsoni itt' ('a I io
gie try in' to run off to git married'?"
"Why, no, not a w"ordt, Mrs. IlIllyer'!"
gasped the pr'isoner', its If clutchinig at
a straw of COin fort In hetr contliettient,
''You don't say I"
"No, I haitn't seed a soul today. WVhat
Mrs. Illlyer' winked at George again
as sihe looked upi the st'ect.
"I halin't a-goin' to yell that sort 0'
tinig out at the top) o' lmy volee, Mtrs.
IDugan i. The neigthbor's uid think i'd
tutck leave' o' my senses."
the womani itt the fette.
"'Not today, thitnk yott.'' sahk Mtrs.
Uillyot'. "'They tell m11 that's danigeir
jest in standin' igh a infected pus
son1 an' lettit' the 14nme1 wVhti blo0w 0on
Mrs. IIillyer moved on toward the
"What is it, Lou?"
"Write thitt on a sheet o' paper an'
dirap it ovei' theo fence. I'll run ini the
house a minute."
"No, I enyn't't (do that wlith this tight
thing str'apped1 arounud my waist,"
antiked the merchant's wvife, "an' I've
got to see about dinner for my men
[ To be continued.]
A little forethought may save you no
end of troule, Anyone whio..miakM~. it a
rule to kee Oliamberlain's C0llo, Chol.'
era and Diarrhcoa iRemedy at. hand
knowvs this to be a fact, For sale by
(Pnkana nrng Co
Liberty, Aug. 21.-The graded
school opens today.
The streets and town roads are
being rounded up with a now Na
tional road machine recently pur
chased by the town.
The recent rains have washed
the public county roads until they
are in bad shape around hero.
Noarly all small bridges and cross
ings need immediato attention, as
some are torn up and just a pile of
pol-e in the gully across the road.
Several Libertyites are rusticat
ing ill tile mountains of North Car
Tie first open cotton was re
ported on the 14th.
Fodder pu lhng and hay cutting
is the order of the day.
Watertnelons are plentiful and
of little better grado since it
Sick headachie reanilts from a disor
dered condition of t~ho sitomnoh and is
quickly en.ed b-y Cbambrlain's Stomach
tind Liver Tablets. For sale by Pickens
This world is a hainging garden of
beauty to those who love; it is tho
hrp of a thousand strings to those
who laugh and sing.
.A W T O .A.
Bears the 1hu Kind You avo Always Bought
Dispatches announce that the wo
men of Topeka, Kansas are "looking
for a Jock the lingger." Topean men
seem to have been neglecting oppor
A man seldom has to work over
time to make a fool of himself.
The Cause of Many
There Is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous because so decep.
tive. Many sudden
deaths are caused by
- it - heart disease,
- failure or apoplexy
are often the result
of kidney disease. if
kidney trouble is al
lowed to advance the
blood will attack the
. vital organs or (he
kidneys themselves break down and waste
away cell by cecll.
Bladdcr troubles most always result from
a derangement of the kidneys and a cure is
obtained quick~est by a proper treatment of
the kidneys. if you are feeling badly you
can make nio mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
it corrects inability to hold urine and scald
ing pain in passing It, and overcomes that
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to
go often during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The rnid and the
extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and sold
by all druggizts In fifty-cent and one-dollar
sized bottles. You may
have a sample bottle of . ,
this wonderful new dis- HII 'tUi"
covery and a book that " "" -
tells alt about it, both romo or sw.amp.noot.
sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co.
Binghamton, N'. Y. W/hen writIng mention
reading this generous offer in this paper.
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 b)oast of shop fix
tures, buit I (10 prIide myself on
Easy Shaves, Shampoos and
Artistic Hair Cuts.
(Give mec a riIl and be Convinced.
Isral Marshall, Thornley
Building, Main St.
Notice to T1eatchers.
Pi'kens, S. 0., Aug. 7, 1905.
There will be nin exaimination for
teschtere at thlis place Fridav, September
(15) lifteenthm. Extminatrionr to begin
nit 9 o'el''ek a. mn. Applicants rmust fur
nish thir own attionery, legal cap sz
preferred. Sincerely vonrs,
R. T. IIALLUM,
Co. Supt. Education.
Ftor Y~uJNO LAKINEN. Rloanoke, Va.
Openis Sent 2, 1905. Oneo oft the tead Iing Schools
for Youn Jg LadtIes in thle Soth. New bu ildinsgs,
phnaisosl nd~i egilint.s. Cnin, ius teni acres.
Grand iniota in sceniery in Vallety of Vtrgin,r
tamedi for health1. ltrropan ami tt Ametirieain
t(~etcrs, VlnII cons rse' Conservatory nuhvantages
Ins A rt, .\ t saint lot I lons CertIiites wel l
ecley. St tits froms 30 States. ('or esatalogue
SAl"i'l I. P. IhA ltit S. P'res. Ilonrnoke. Va.
Notice of IF inl Settlemetn t
We will apply to J1. B. Nowhery,
Problato .Judge for Pickens coniity, on)
the 6ith day of September, 1905, for a
final sottlemet of the estates of Etiza
bo0th and J. T. Williams, deceased, amnd
asked to be dismissed ats aldminiistrators.
B. B. WILLIAMS,
J. M. WILLIA MS,
Aug. 8, 190b. Administrattor9.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons holding clatms Agninet
the estate of Charles Anderson, do
ceased, are regniesteid to present the
aume, properly attested, to I'.J. Maul
din, attorney, Piokens, S. C., fot' pay
meont by the 15th day .of September,
1905, and all person) simachted to the
saidl estate are requested to make pay.
ment to the same.
Aug. 9. 1905. Administrator.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has bem
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
, nid has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Initatiois aid "Justas-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
nfants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
Substance. Its age is its guatrantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teethling Troubles, cures -'.oustipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Foo(l, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and nat"Ural sleep.
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.
THE CENTAUR G.6oFk e q'V MUftnRAV 6'INLE. N EW VOn K CITy.
Can be pleased in their shoes if they come
to us. Our stock is large-selected with car-.
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,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
N. D. TAYLOR, Photographer,
...THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS...
The) kind that are made at the best studios of the large-r cities.
The kind that wvill not fade. That are natural and lifel ike,
and finished on the latest and .prettiest cards to be had.
...PICTUR ES EN LA RGED.,..
Nice line of mouldongs and frames of any size miade to order.
....CO ME O N W E DN ESD AY....
I Uavo SUout oO coilet
Ready for Distribution,,
All who want one come and get it. If you want to pay for it
bring the money; if you don't want to pay it come and say so
and I will give you the receipt, as I want to get these accounts
ff my mind and also my book. So come and pay, or get
y'our receipt anyhow, and oblige
J. D. MOORE.
I prefer the money, but leave it to you.
UENRY N. SNYDER, LL1. D)., P'(anidenlt
Two delgrfe, A. 11. and A. M. Four coursen~. leading to the A. B. Decgreo.
1h5ari iita-EI hion and Astronomy, Math 'matIics, Physies, and Geology,
riology, and Chemistry, Latin, Groo~k, Enigilih,(Germaun, anid Frenchl, iHistory
md Economio. Library andi Librarian. P1hii WX..,~I Buret gymnasl~illln under
I comfpe'tent direotor. J1. II. Clevnland Scienee Hall. Athletij gr.ounIdS. Conrso
>f lectures by the ablest men on the platform. iR -ro musil opp)ortunitiOs. Next
Bssionl Sepjt, 20.
hoard froms 08 to $16 a month. For Catalogne or other information, address
-J. A. GAMEWELL, Sec., Spartanburg, 5. C.
Wofford College Fitting School
Three new' brick buildings. Steam heoat and elh etric lights.
Head Master, four teachers and Matroni Jive in the buildongs.
Situated onm the Wofl'r d Canmpua
Studenta take a regular cource in the Collego Gymnasium, and have necess to
he C'ohiego Library.
$115r.00 pays for hoard, tuition, and all fees. Sons of Met hodist mniaitors do
20ot pay tuition. Next session begins September 20.
For Catalogue et ., address
A. MASON Du:PRRR. .!r Satnbrnn . (.