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>KY~.Y~;<?KI ie~nt 507din and Not Depen.
0dnt on'Pronts of Dispensary.
voubty soperintendent of Educa.
tion R. T. Hallum has completed his
financial report of the schools of the
contoty for the schoinstic year ending
The status of schools is very sitis
factory indeed. Of the 54 school
districts in the county thero ii not
one but what has a cash surplus to
The totl income of the schools
for the year was $31,919,09 derived
from the following sources: Poll tax
$3,849; 3 mill tax, $8,393,61; dis.
pensary, $4,891.28; special local, $5,
832.91; other sources, $78; unexpend.
ed previous year, $9,879 31. The
total expenditures for ',he year for
whites was $18.809,35; negroes, $2,
162; total expenditures, $20,971 35i
leaving % cash Lalanco of $10,947.74
fnow a deposit to the credit of the
For the year 1903, the total income
to the schools was $26,749.81, of
which $6,905 37 was derived from
the dispensary and was the largest
amount derived from this sourcesince
the establishment of a dispensary in
Ton years ago the schools of the
county were m a very unsatisfactory
condition, many districts were in debt
and when a teacher received his pit
tance of i pay claim he must have it
cashed at a liberal discount or wait.
for a year or two to get hui money.
But there has been a wonderful trans
formation in a decade.
There are now 12 districts in the
county that levy special tax for sup
port of their schools and the number
is eonatantly increasing.
Within the past two years about
$32,000 bas1 lyo n spent m tho towns
of Easley, Pickens and Liberty for
buildings alone. A largo ntiumber of
the districts of tho county hnavo groat.
ly improved their buildings and have
butter equilped them for quccessful
Mu11ch1 credit bw I 1he (XQ lexllnt col
dition of th. kcho.e-o is iuie to the
tine executive abilt.y of t.e presont
couty superintondent of education
R. T. Ilallum, who is an experienced
practical school man himself. Mr.
Hallum fut...- 110 Echools in excellent
condition when lie came inti> office, as
the late W. W. F. Bright had laid
off the county into districts according
to constitutional requirements, and
did much for the organization of the
schools. Mr. Bright was a thorough
school man, a little on the old timie
order, a thorough believer in the
three Rt's and in his eyes for a teach
er on examination to misspell a word
was a sin unpardonable.
As an official Mr. Bright was a
great "stickler for the lawv" and frank
ly 10 stated1 to any one who suggested
the slightost irregularity that wan
not in conformity to the law.
Mr. Bright came into office abouit
the time that the constitution r~e
quired a districting of the county. Hie
did hi. full duty and it made him so
unpopular that he failed to ho re-elec
ted. Within the two years of his
sucedsaor, the fruits of his former
labors became so evident that he was
again called to supermntend the schools
and with the exceptiotn of the two
years fromi 1895 until his death about
three years ago he remained in office
and "verily his " orks do foliow him."
Today it may be said that the
schools of Pickens county are in the
best condition in their history.
The "Lazy" Microbe.
A learned Professor claims to have
discovered that ".Laziness"is cautsedi by
a germ- If the Eminent Doctor is right,
Rtydalo's Liver Tablets cati rightly be
termed Microbu, Killers, bec tuso they al
-ways remove that tired, Jazy, sluggish
feeling that l1tas usustlly boeen attribugd
to a torpidl liver or :onsatipalted1 bowels.
IRydalo's Liver 'Talets are guaranteed to
euro constipation and all Liver disorders.
They aro smnall, compressed chocolate
coatedl taiblets, pleasant in'oflfect. Reoliable.
Any dealer in our remedies will return
your monmey if you are not satisfied with
thbeso tabletS. 50 tableta 25 ots.
Presidet Rooevolt wont aboard
the submnarine boat Plunger in
Oym~r Paar and remained sub.
mhlrgedl one time as long as 510
mfintt s. H( e(expre'sed himself as
dolighted with the workitngs of the
a t and with hiis oxper'ieces3
aboard it .
A WarnIng to Mothers.
Too nuch care cannot be used with
small children during tho hot wonithier
of the summer months to guard againsti
bowel tronbles. As a rule it is only ,
necessary to give the child a dose of
castor oil to correct any disorder of the
bowels. D3o not use any substitute, but
give the old-fashioned- castor oil, and
see that it is fresh, as rancid oil nause.
ates and has a tendency to gripe. If
this does not cheek the bowels give
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhma eomnedy and then a dose of cantor
oil, and tihe disease may be checked in
is incipiency and all danger avoided.
The castor oil and this remedy should
be procured at once and kept ready for
instant use ais soon as the first indication
of any bowel trouble, appeals. This is
the moat succesbfut treatment known
aind may be rolled upon with implicit'
confidence even in. eases of cholera in
hnin icFr sale by Plokons Drug Co.
says the doctor to many of h
doesn't know of any medicinal i
cure oyomb or ovarian troubles,
That such a medicine oxist.
by the wonderful cures perTf
in thousands of cases, by
IT CURES WOI
It has saved the lives i
women, and has rescued th
melancholy lifetime of chronk
you, if you will only give it
Sold at every drug store in
WRITE US A LETTER
Put aside all timidity and writo us
freely and frankly, In strictest conf
dence, tolling us all your symptoms
and troubles. We will send free advice
(in plain, scaled envelope), how to
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory
Dept., The Ob. ttanooga Medicine Co.,
The New Saluda Bridge.
Some time ago the commissioners
of this and Greenville counties let
the contract for the building of a
bridge across the Saluda at a point
near where the Power Co. is locating
their plant. This bridge will not
cost either county a red cent. the
Power Co. is footing all expense. 'Tho
Greenville News, at the limo the
contract was let said. "The nlew '
bridge will not cost eiilier Pickens
or Greenvillo counties a cent. It is
being poid for by the Saluda River
Power Compaiv so that the one above
(.1a) be abandoned, to give way to the
over-flow to result from the dam. The
supervisors of both counties are it
hove charge of the work and th con.
tracts have all been let With their ap
These contracts were let publicly
at Greenvil)o on tho 20th of July and
Sipervisor Lynch in an open letter
to this paper says: "The Bonids of
Couity Connijsioners of Gcenvillo
and Pickens counties let the contract
for the building of a bridge icross
Saluda river just below the now damin,
in the Supervisor's oflico in Greni
ville last Thursdlay. The siccesiful
bidders il voro King Bros. The bridge
is entirely of steel, with 140 foot span
with a fifty foot approach on the Pick
ons side, and it is to be finished and
tLrned over to travel by the first of
Th'Ie building of the piers to this
bridge was let to the lowest bidder
on the 21st inst., at the bridge site.
Mr. Iiickcs Jones was the successful
bidder' at $4 90 pier cubic yard. Piers
to be of stono 'and concrete work to
be completed by the fir-st of D~ecemn
ber next. As soon as finished and(
received by the Supervisors the Pow
er Company is to pay all cash outlas
for the work and then as they pay
their taxes into the treasury of each
county they will be refunded the
money without any interest what
ever. Thecrefor-e there is no deblt in
(curred on the taxpayers of the coun
tis The gradle of the road on each
side of the river will be an improve.
mnit on the old1 ronteo11( andimke the
distance from Llaley to Greenvillel
one mile nleare3r.
T[his is for the beneflt of theo public
to correct some errors that aro ltloat
in regard to) this matter.
G. M. Lynch.
Consumpt-ion alwaiys begins with a
cough that lingers A couigh that hangs
anid will not yield1 to the usual tratanmnt
may i'ot meian consuti.on - but too
often it does mnean this dea3Id destroyer
has gain<-d a footing Ry palo's (3 o ui g hi
Elixir is very sucessful in chmcking the
progress of throat aind lung (diRstlW
Even consumdtion yields to its powEtrfn.
influence, if its us5e is blegan before th
Jisenso is too dleep seated. This modern
scientitlec remed~y, kills the germs that
3ause consuimption. Its removes the,
'auise and helps nature rebuild te broken
iown tissue. If you have a stubborn
sough, try Rydalo's Congh Elixir, it wit
lot disapojint you.
We Should Have Some of These.
T1hero are more pl)(O~ in lHon.
IersonvillIa nowv thani has over beeni
aofore. Evory hotel inI towni is
uil to ovorilowing. 'The hotels
mave to turn awvay peop le overy
lay. On last Saturday evening
he~ Wheeler Hontel registerodl 315
ind turned away Scores. lHotelI
Imperial is also crowdedl. Such
an increase iln the summer visitorsp
will necessitate more hotehs.-. .
They Appeal to Our SymtpathIes.q
The biliuos and1( dlvapoptic are con
staint suffere-r and ap~peal to our synm
pathies. There is not one of thonem
however, wvho may not be bronght back
to health and happiness by the use ot
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver 'iTab.
lets. '1ueso tablets invlgoratei the
stomnach anid liver and sitrenigthon thbe
digestion. They also regulato the bow
cls. iFm. saeb i kes 1.r o
s lady patients, because he
reatment that will positively
except the surgeon's knife.
;, however, has been proved
>rmed on diseased women,
>f thousands of weak, sick
ausands of others from a
invalidism. It will. cure
a chance. Try it.
GAVE UP SUPPORTER.
1 aora a aupporter Ior tr year , to 1 P
cp my ovey udo I Slr ngwn0 .
1,ow, befonrhte -hi wrI!' I M ". 14 J hran,
o i A shevli' i lle is*M dco Filed Up. n
vil bor ovu trd, dins
ascaini wongljip te Inumb ad isi
to A,1nisuil atohsfesn ft
Isery idoul undlywalk. After t ekicig
two holl i rdul I j'ave ii nyaIpm r
owiatione ayo n boar
feelings hi fonnerey. anT can be on my fpro
halt a iy at a tpoe. I s aro kely oa cnienu
Cdu toer sutlorsn. whunopt. e
Asheville is Filled UP.
Aheville, Aug. 16 -Tyhe Ash
vile weboard Of' tcradi (1n alls
asertairing o iitubor of visito
to Asiwile htn theis m-aotn Of e
year, will undertake it the c c
oporlatiol oft tl mayor and boar,
(t, It it censs of the itrai
gcji's iI,-e. 'IPhe census will prob
abl he takn early text wee
It is lmt proposed to take t censu
Of fihose visitors who spent a tim
ill Ashleville, this season or' thi
year," but Only those 80ouriiii
heo when the cdnsus man mako
his roun. It ib concoded thu
tero ar aore visitors fic no
or vill be whon the mountain sx
chIsibos reach Asheville this euL
thi tver befor x in the city's hi
tory, and( 1119i board of trade, ii
ofdter to asertain the inibe
wvill inake a house-to-house call
v11SS. It is prop~osed to make th
guebliS in theh day in ouder th
nalnes maoy not 1)() (lujliCated t
send out at large number of cau
vassers with ballet boxes and Filly
of paper as ballots and to reques
each boarding 1101180 keeper to deC
p~osit within the b)ox in the hand
Of the census-taker the number c
guiests in the housn. In this wa,
tho prosperous or unprosperou
conditon of the boarding hous
will not he0 known.
Nothing Itbiked, Nothing Gained.
You risk nothing in buying Elliott
Emlsified Oil Liniment, bcanso tyC
Your gainl is great, becauso you get il
bost liintt over ado. Best for Rhe'i
maitism best fot Spram~ls and Swelling
b~est for use in the family and oni you
atock. A full 1-2 pint bottle, costs bi
25 ts. No risk, all gain.
Pickens R. F. D., No. 1.
T1he protr'acted meetinlg at Gri.
fin closed Friday with seven ac
cesslins to the church. Rev. (
Jones was preaching at his owl
church and~ coi dn't help Bro.
Howard, so Rev. Ash more, fron
Greeniviille, came 10in his place
Rev. Ashlmore is an able manl an<
mu ich good wats accomnpl ished b:
his pre'cachzin1g. Ini connection witi
the moerning services was a younm
man's prayesr meeting, cc nductei
by P'rof. Vernon. Rev. B. Hlolde
waIs on hland and gave 80ome1 goot
aidvice to the young people. Th
haptisinig will be oni the seconi
Sunday miOrning in September.
D~elegates from Oriflin andl sov
oral others went to George's Creel
Smiday to a singinlg convention.
Married, at. the residence of th,
brid.-'s pairtst, Mr'. and MIrs. Bl
R.. Pozrter, August 17, by Rev. A
E IIoward, Mr. Arthur Trotter ti
Miss Ida Porter. Reader.
JD.Vapopsdia or Indiigestioni.
T1hin 'erm "yslfppia"' meanis tile lacl
.'o pepsin, in th li tomach. Indigestiot
if rightfly use( d when) overl tile food is no
lproperly dhigestedi regarldless of the cause
it isi1 i tri al'u , whethe ou' c'I(all ,youl
iinmn lcD. .spepsiai or Indtigesqtion wher
l~i.dtsSt onmiieh Tailbletsar1. iese. Thio.
ite gualraniteedt to (eur0 all f'ormis of
(tomaclih troiiui. Boy a tial Box,
A negro church at Chlialse,
nid., was dynami ted by white pee
>le as thlo result of a race wvar.
['heo whites threaten to run every
egio out of town if any arrasts
Moses Haas has been arrested tt
karatogo chuarged with complicity
n the cotton leak scandals. He
a held in jail mn default of $10,.
For Infaunts and Children.
The Kind You Hlave Alwas Bought
so'"" t'' . /7 Jf$ .m . ..mm.
I; be decduous, eveygreen
R , should always se p.from
to. inches deeper than it grew
in the Uwery or timber from wWeb It
Three million barrels of apples were
hold over in cold storage the past sea
son, the largest amount of fruit ever
so hold. As applied to food producow
told storage has effected a most r6
There is a small fortune awaiting the
young man who will go into the north
wheat country, get a section of land
and a proper outfit for growing the
crop and stick at it for ten year.1. It
Is not a very attractive country iu
which to live, and the business is work
four months and loaf nine months.
A good name counts for much. A
certain county in a western state
which has established a ine reputa
tion for the barley which it produces
and which is known on the mu'ket by
the name or the county finds that live
times as much barley is sold each year
under this brand as it ever produces.
The government has made a marked
change in the horses furnished its cav
alry since the war of the rebellion.
Then cavalry horses seldom weighed
less than 1,150 to 1,200 pounds. Now
the broncho has largely taken the place
of the big horse, this range animal
possessing more endurance and activ
Many an acre of the most productive
land can be redeemed by $10 worth of
f tile drain. When we see a man, as we
often do, busy plowing some hillside
badly worn, while at the foot of the
hill lies an undrained bog, we always
- want to stop and have a talk with him
and get him to seed his hillside down
and drain his bog and cultivate that.
Bears the Ihe Klil You Have Always Bought
8 Cyclonic conditions often develop
9 quite early in the spring In the middle
west. Two or three days of 80 degree
temperature in late March or early
t April will often set things going, so
disturbing the normal temperature
that a cyclone results. Hot air alone
- will never produce a cyclone; neither
will cold air alone, but the mixing of
the two works on the same plan as a
, The late raid of the British army
into the unknown kingdom of Tibet re
veals in the sacred city of Lassa, nev
a er before invaded by- other races, a
t curious people and a !urious condition.
Skilled labor is paid but 8 cents per
day, while unskilled labor is paid but
- 2 or 3 cents. The prayer readers are
the best paid, receiving 10 cents per
day for ten hours' steady work reading
prayers for other people.
The very richness of western solls
has in a way been destructive of all
principles of good farming. Men have
made a living too easily, have not been
forced to consider how to treat the
soil so as to Insure the retention of
B its fertility, beeni ever tempted to work
too many acres, always rating their
standing as farmers by the number of
acres wvorked rather than by the yield
's of crops secured or the quality of such
I. ~ - +
0 Peculiar D)isappearance.
1. J. D. Runyan, of Buatlorvillo, 0., laid
3the pculiar disapearance of his painful
ar symptoms. of indigestion and biliousness
it to Dr. Kings New Lifo Pills. He aniys:
"They are are a perfect remody, for diz
zine'ss, sour stemach,. headache, consetip
ation, etc." Onuarianteed at Pickenas
Drug Co., pice 25o.
- It is the completitive strife in busi
ness which gives the world its best
'things, dlevelops Its best and1 brightest
Imen. While competition is cruel and
merciless, ever crushing out the weakI
and the incompetent, co-operationl,
which is its legitimate antidLote, if
generally substituted for it would soon
head the human race toward dlegen.
eracy. Ihard and severe though the
process may be, competitive strifo i.a
absoluteiy lndispensabie to the best de.
velopment of an Ameriean elviliz~atoni.
IIt certainly looks like a most reason
r able propiosition that if a man11 is going
to plow a field, harrow it, plant it, cuil
tivate it four or more times he should
3 at least be dead sure that his seed corn
I is good and1( will every kernel grow, for
it is not with corn as with tihe small
grains, which, if the seed be poor, will
- still be often thick enough by the stool
lug of such plants as do gr-ow, wvhereas
with corn if the seed fails there is
no way for nature to make good the
loss. So small an amount of corn is
.required to plant an acre that every
. effort to select and plant only the very
best is justified.
Trho Public Is Aronsed.
'rho pniblio is aroused to a knowledge
of the curative merits of that great med.
icinal tonio Eiectrio Bitters, for sick
stomach, liver and kidneys. Mary 11.
Waiters, of 546 St. Clair ave.. Colum
bus, 0., writes: "For several months I
was given up to die. I had fover and
aguec, my nerves were wieoced; I could
not sleep, and my stomaoh was so wecak
from uisoli,ss doctors' (drugs that I could1
not eat. Soon after beginning to take
Electric Bitters I obtained relhef, and in
a short time I was entirely cured.'
Guaranteed at Piokens Drug. Co.
We came across a very level headed
and philosophic farmer not long ago.
He Jives on a farm which is subject to I
overflow when the Missouri river gets t
on a tear, which it did last year, de- I
stroyig his corn crop on the bottom I
land. He figured it this way: That a~
while he lost his corn the overflow had
deposited between three and four Inch
es of rich river silt all over his land,
which was worth far more and would
last longer than any coat of fertilizer
he could give the land. He said quite
cheerfully that while he was out a
crop) last year he would show the boys e
a thing or two on corn next year, and si
we believe he will. It quite often di
proves that our seeming calamities age n
in reality blessings after all.1
tructed of eome t, atid cheaply at
that. We quetionif a better material
for this purposo cah., be found.
It takes about fourteen ears of corn
to plant one acre of ground. It one
ear of the lot Na poor there will be
from 500 to 700 defective seeds plant
If you are getting an annual poultry
product from the farm worth, say, $80,
you can double it just as easy as roll
ing ofY a log. 1very farm should soil
poultry products worth $200 each year.
It is a poor policy to let the stock
tramp over the cornstalk fields when
the frost Is coming out in the spring.
Such tramping either on field or mead
ow at that time is always injurious to
the soil, yet most men do it.
If a cow will give an average of
twenty pounds of milk a day for 300
days she is worth $100 of any man's
money. This would make her milk
product worth $60, which would repre.
sent a not profit on the cow of at least
How to Avoid A ppendicitis.
Most victims of appendicitia are those
who are Iabitualiy constipated. Oriuo
Laxative Fruit Syt up cures chronic con
stipation by stimulating the liver and
bowels and restores the natur.1action
of the bowels. Orino -Laxitive Fruit
Syrup does not nausente or gripo and iN
mild and pleasant to take. Refuse sub
stitutes. Pickens 1)rug Co.
In some few communities the farm
ers, influenced by a broad minded pub
lie spirit, have banded together and in
a co-operative way have undertaken
the improvement of the highways on
their respective farms ludependent of
the work done by the i oad supervisors
with the regular tax. It is needless to
say that in such cases there has been
a marked improvement In the condi
tion of the highways. We do not see
how a man owning a good farm can
render his community and his country
a more patriotic service than In this
manner. He Is further well rewarded
in a financial way, as the fine highway
adds good dollars to every acre of land
,Which he owns.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME 3ACK ?
Kidney Trouble 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
and bladder remedy.
. It is the great medi
. cal triumph of the nine
\ teenth century; dis
covered after years of
scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
- -nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for everything but if you havekid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. I t 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 successful in
every case that a special arrangement 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 kidney or bladder trouble.
When writig mention reading this generous
offer In this paper and -
send your address to
Dr. Kimer &Co.,EBing
hamton, N. Y. The U
regular fifty cent and Home of swamp.noot.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any miatake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer 's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
N. Y., on every bottle.
M4AIN STREET BARBER SHOP,
I do not boast of shop fix
tures, but I do pride myself on
EasyShaves, Shampoos and
Artistic Hai;r Cuts.
Give mle a Tr'ial and be Convinced,
isral Marshall, Thornley
Building, Main St.
Notice to Teachers.
Pickens, S. 0., Aug. 7, 1905,
Thore will be tin examination for
teachere at this place Fridav, September
(15) fifteenth. Examinnition to begin
it 9) o'clock a. mn. Applicants must fur
niahi thir own stationery, legal cnp size
ptreferred. Sincer'ely yours,
11. T. HALLUM,
Co. Supt. Education.
Ior YOUIN(1 LAD)IEN. Roanoke, Va.
Opens Sept. 25, i9%J. Oneo of the lead ing Sehools
or Younug Lad ies in the South . New bu ikding,
duati aind equiipmient. Campus itet nei res,
rand' moun taint scenery in Valr o cy(f Vi rgitnia,
amned for heailth. I'iuropean, and~ A merienni
eniecers, Fulil (cOutrse Conservatory tiadvainfges
nt A it, Mu iie and Elo00 iilon. ( er tinentes WellI
i>>iey. Studet fromt 20 States. For cntalogue
MATI"1ili P. IIA RltIS, P'res, Rlonnoke.- Va.
Notice of Final Settlement
We will apl1y to J. B. Newbery,
~rohato Judge for Pickens counity, on
he' 6th (lay of September', 1905, for a
inal setitlemlent of thbe esatehs of Eliza
cith and J. T. Williams, dieceased, and
shedt to be ismnissedi as adminislrators.
B. .1. WILLIAMS,
J. M. WILLIAMS,
Aug. 8, 1905. Administrators.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons holding claims against
1e estaio of Oharles Anderson, de
sased, are r'gneated to) present1 the
time, properly attested, to T. J. Mini
io, attorney, Piekens, 8. 0., for pay
tent by the 15th day of September,
305. and all persons indebted to the
tid estate are reqneated to make paty.
Lent to the salme.
Anu. 9, 1905. Admninistrator.
* C ASTOI
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
shuimalng aineYoo dRe ula
ting (ie StomaclhBears the
Promotes Digeslion.Cheerful- Signature
ness andRestContains neither
Opium,Morphine norl-teral. O
Apeifec Remfedy for Consupa- , 'S0
lion, Sour StonachDiarrho*a
ness and Loss oF SLEEP.
FacSimilo Signature or
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you need a pair.
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--MAK ER OF
...THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS.
TJhe~ kind that are made at the best ptundios of the large~r cities.
The kind that will not fade. That are natural and lifelike,
and finished on the latest and prettiest, cards to ba had.
...PICTUR ES ENLARGED...
Nica linle of mouldings and frames of any size made to order.
....COME ON WEDNESDAY....
I $nve (flout DOD Receipta
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 comc and say so
and I will give you the receipt, as I want to get these accounts
off my mind and also my book. Sa~ come and pay, or get
your receipt anyhow, and oblige
J. D. MOORE.
I prefer the money, but leave it to you.
HENRY N. SNYDER, LL. D., P'residenit;
Two degrees, A. B. and A. M. Four. coursos~ leading to the A.. B. Degreec.
Departme~nta---Eilhica nutd Astroinm, Mathematics, Phys4ics. andl Geology,
Biiology, and ChemIstry, Latin. Grook, Engilish, Germian, and Frienchl, Ilbstory
and Economic. Libra'ry and Librarian. TVhe WV. E. fUnrne'tt gymnnadum, unde(lr
a competent director. J1. '. Ole'and Science Hall. Athletic groiunds. Course~
of lectures by the ablest men on the platform. R ro flnusical opportunuities. Next
Session Sept, 20.
Board from $8 to $16 a monthb. For Catalogne or other information, 'dlroso
J. A. GAMEWELL, Sec., Spartanburg, 5. C.
Wofford College Fitting School
Three new brick buildings. Steam heat and el. etric lightM.
Head Master, fonr teachers and Matron live in the buildongs.
__Situate~d on the Wofford COinmpna
student take a regular course in the Collego Gymnasiumn, and hiavo access to
the Cohiego I ibrary.
$115.00, ays fr board, tuition, and all fees. ons of Methodist ministers do
not ay tuition. Next session begims September 20.
)or Catalogne ato.. address
A. MASMON nD.P~rin .Head Sp..a...brg .- C