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Cures iiiousness, Siol4
R{eadache, Sour Stom
ach, Torpid Liver and.
Chronic Constipatoni.
Pleasant to taile La
Yioke a
ELEVEN ARRESTS TO BE MADE. 6
-bi
Warrants Sworn Ot For Well Known c
Men Implicated in the Spec
nle Scandal.
Acting upon the recommanda,
tion of the grand jury that those
involved in the aff'tirs (if the su
poirvieor's office of Greenvillo coun.
ty be indicted, it is officially ai.
nounced that warrants have been
sworn out by the committee for
the arrest of eleven persons in ad
dition to the warrants pr--vi:a1sly
isued for A. A. and J 0. Spoeglo.
Th.se persons for whom war
rants were issued follow : E. H
Smith, D). 13. Tally, T . J. Thmakps
tou, J. W. Bat-on, A. Cooksey, F.
B. McBee, W. J. Bramlett, T. P.
Neevep, A. J. Williame, T. N. King,
and T. B. Miller. These warrants
will he servol by Sherif' Gilroaih
within the next, few days. Thi e
seperate warrants were sworn uut
against J. N. King, lhe nature of
which could not be learned, but all
thre - pertain to (1he Cot ectionli he
had with the < flce of the late Su
parvisor Spoegle, it is said.
These persons art)t all ab'.e to0 fAr
nish bail pronptly upon arrest,
and it is not presume d that, any
of thim will be sew to jail. Thiose
trials will not bo held at the pros
ent term of the court.
It was thought hint no arrests
would be made for several days,
not until the grand jury made its
final presentment, at least, but
such was not the case.
E. R. Smith is a blacksmith and
di( considerable work fir the coun
ty. It is alleged that lie received
money for woik which was never
done and also received county
funds in excess of what certa'n
work was worth.
). B. Talley is a Baptist minis ter 1
and was for several year steward
at the county alms houso. It is
alleged he used supplies of the
I have a g
Among themn are the. recomme
CJlocks with weghts, wihich I
An~d a new line of SILVERXM
Silver WATCllES. A nice line
glasses to fit eyes. All kinds of
H. SNIDER, ..
J. CARTER, Pre8- w-. H. OHIA PM AN. 1
LIBERTi
LIBERTY
CAPITAL, ..
PROFI'IS5, ..
DEPOSITS -
D)IREC'
F. B. MORGAN, W. T1. O'I)EL., J. CAR
W. H. CHAPMAN, Z. TV. CAST.EmERR~
Gainesville, Ga,, J. N. MORGA
J. P. sMVrrI, Pres. Lil:
A Sure Cu
Gas, B lse ontracted Mus
Freeed et rn s, Scalds, eta
AN ANTISEPTIC that St
m and dries out Pain.
premotes % fe .eiroulation .8f
gsST LINIMEN
'114' A NCE TRIED A
SUREB SOIATIC
Mrs. 1. A. Shnmsn,
Not ogs.Ark., for sci
get m>relief -from Bal
~~ ~ than an nejde er anyi
.1 I telosehnd potoffleeor<
HI4REE SIgES' 25c
Se1mgs you os
~E O
Drug Ow And Dr, R. F. Smi
nunty t fed ihs stock, overdrew
is salary and received pay for
irtain bills twice.
T1 .1. Thac'kOnl was jinWit.. r ''f
h0 Uo uty <Ir hou1se anl I i- a -
-4g Id t. ) v e rdrt n hi, s.1-try
J. W. Batsonl is allged to h~ave
>ve.rd aiaw\n his tzallkr'y While oIe I
he county commisisioners.
A. Cooksey is AlbIged to hav.
)verdrai'n his salary as jollor
rhis has been pitd kiek to tl.c
uounty, acc..rding to th inve ti.
gating Comilmit tee.
F. It Melt. is allagod t I have
collected more thain the aniountt of
his salary as maigistrate. ..This
has been paid hack to the county
IccordiIg to the . 1nv(stigatinlg
Dr. W. J, Branleit is alloged to
have ovefrdrawn his salary ascroun
ty physician and to have-presenb
-d fratudulit claims.
T. P. Neoves, a member of the
board of county connissioners, Is
alleged to have overdrawn his t;al
ary. This amount ha3 been paid
back according to the in% estigaitng
con mitti W.
A. J. Williams, a moemb).r of tbe,
board of county comnuIi'sionors, IS
alleged to have dr awi TS montha
s11'ry inl on(e ytialr, and t'o have
roceivod inl 'aislries and extias''
$921. overdraft.
J. N. King, who built, many
)ridges for the couittty. is alleged
to have been paid fraudulent
laimus and to have overcharged for
,vork.
T. B. Miller, convict guard, is
illeged to have overdrawn his sal.'
try.
None-of :thesd persons for whom
warrants have been issued have
nade any statements, and their do
ence miy not be made known un
il' the'cases are heard in the"
3ourts. Those involved are among
the best known citizens in the
-ounty, and for this reason and on
Dod lino of
ndablo old style Seth 'ihomas
am sellinug at special bargains'.
rA\RE.~ Also solid1 Gold and
of' Spectacles; I guarantee
epair work in the jewelry line.
- Easley, S. C.
Iee-1'res. 1. U. SII Y, Cashier.
( BANK
, S. C.
-$25,000.0o
- 5,474.48.
- 53,254.00
E7ORS
TIER, J. 11. IBROWN, 11. C. Siliki.E'
i, Pres. First National Bahk,
N, Pres. Bank of Central,
'erty Cotton Mill.
refor Rheumatism, Outs,
Spr ains. WOunlds, Old
Sores, C5ors, Bunlons,
ales, Lame Back, Stiff Joints,
ops Irritation, subdues Inflam
t, loosens the'Fibrous TlsN
the Blood, glvhrit th* usches
T ON RARTh --
LWAYS USED
RIHEUMATISM'
00 Craig St., K~noxv11e
been trying the baths ol
atic rheumatism,. but ?
lard's 8now Linment'
hing I have ever tried~ '
er for $1.00. Setid meo
zpress."
50c AND $1.6
r Ttie OENUINU
linIrent Co.
MM DE Q
,.Clean tes the-syute
thoroughly aid bleas
sallow complexions of
Pimples. -and -hotchs.,
It is guaranteed
b, Easley..
account of the iotoriety which.jap
been widespread r, garding thA in.
vostigation by the committee,
theso t rials will no doubt create
nint'h iater'Ot
A. hip b uiilder tells of an Irish
man who sought vnploympl.t as a
di 'r in the .,-vico o oie of ihn
sip. builid 1ti gI c onpall ies.
Thie first job to which the Trish
nan was assigned was to bo p-r,
furspied in comparatively shallow
water. Ho was providod with a
pick and. told to nwo it oi a ledge
Mlk-- was put. into a divsr's suit,
and, w ib hi pick, v as @Put to
t ack In thi ledge'. For aitbout fifteen
miiutes niohbing was hoard from
hoim. Thel Cinl a eitrong, d&ter.
llin'd pull oil the Signal ropo in
diati'.g that .like had a very dp
( ided wisir to e .mo to the to). ie
bsistainIs ha ily pulled him to the
r,%ft ad 'ecm..ved hlia I.W'met.
'Tale (ff the rist of it," said
Mike.
W b v, whWe the matter?' asked
t hey.
''Tako off the rist of it," doggediy
r..it-ra t,-dl Miko: "I'll, wur ik no
longejr onl a job where I can't spit
oif me hands, "-Harper's W eukly.
AUDITOR'
For Taking Ret
1 will commence t4
year 1906 on Januc
taking returns until
after which time a p(
will be, (ntered agai
one, black or white,
no make the rounds
is the year for return
and I cannot safely
having duplicate fr
reference in many
must he signed by pal
beforec Magistrate or
will not be accepted
thme penalty will be a
ba eniteredI as $5.00
atddition to the Capit
each. So govern yom
E FOSTEG
We Never Disappo
.We Fulfill Every Promise and I
WE GU RE '".,* wi.out*th. ku
cured never to return, without naereury
lance of a ee itt
I nNrfous st -e.rati
UN~i.CURS. ;.wse.o9-r
N. . Ki GM.D. hnd li n asedy
N LUG Cs atrnag-o 0. 0
F O iainstlI
70 acres of landrn
on.Ki~N. Pmk nton, roat H10
joining land of Mr.iTofs
al U. orte ca~ r literatur0 cig.
70 ares reelnv
The. 6reatood'd
ount CURE F
RaEUVA7
AlsoaSpecifoi allo
arising:froim mpUitiesa
BALTIMODRE, M4D~
SNOTICE
ins Year 1906
aking Ret e tisfor the
try st Ui(I continue
Febiary 20th 1906,
Mnalty of 50 pcri. cent.,
nst each aid every
friend or fo . I will
as heretolre, as 1906
ing all Rteal Esthe
rst al realty unless
FrAu ry 20th of19ce0
rnty main his preut.
fiNor Pube. o witl
as heetoftor a190
dind al el dostatei
pesoal realt'y ns
n Audintx' offi0cenfor
rty mvesakigcisriny
bythu Aditor.ad
eversHodOunals propertyin
unati on taxiu of50d cetso
orsm~erlvest.ro aordPinly.
t~rIn for P ratents ,Of*
eve phoin.ad OurgaeHon.
treataat chronicodieases is unaurpa.
lo the meilical pfesion Onr aanitaiumis
.attendanta, regularly qualified graduts
ens being in charge.oseueptntad
.eslain endD s to ser e ain t a n d
' or unant~ fo blievar ar set ot
pu 0 brams forab reatmn aveae frome6.W
(mdiiaa lcu" Aanegto, Ga.M~u
ar M lad1r riettea, S. C.tux,"
ugingh a . Patof ye tEr, e
es. n uhwanse fwmn
it noear e siy oaliited. Onfeseuee are
ON & SONC FtE
a Maitta, S. C.
"ThERE'S A CURl
Not the mere temporat
not the little help th
ABSOLUTE AND
Rheumacide does.
uric acid in the bk
a strong and vig<
the blood of all it
ural methods tha
SWEEPS A
Pirffieri' CURES '
Different froin
latest scientific <
i/Dise~as CURED'AFTER I
4 the Blood.. Bakt
For 16 years I have aufl
Rheumatism. I was treatq
..sicians but gotno reliefS Loi
u6 In' a sitir, of ever bemg well again.
tRHEUMACIDE, I decide
-I hae taken two bottles, f
wonderful medicine, I nov
gotten a "new lease on lif
of the disease has been drive
MRS. LAURA D.
1301 Jame
Sample bottle and booklet FR
If you send five cents for posta
AT 1TH EI
R. EDITOR: Please say to your rea-ers
Complete line of Reliable goods which
fact, at the prices which I am quoting
carry a little of "anything and everything," a
IP YOU NEED HEAVY WINTER SE
WEAR ond HEAVY KNIT SHIRTS; also, a f
From now until Christmas we invite th
all DRY GOODS DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS,
Will make t he same offer as the above
Trunks, Valises, Gents' Furnishings, etc T
Flour, salt and barbbd wire by the car 1'
A completelhno of the good kind of fur
Iron King stoves and Chattanooga Plows-two
the boat of their kind on the market. China%
wears well.
A full line of Undertakers' goods and a.
Your patronage solicited and you will b
P. S.-All persons owing the estate of \.
as early as possi ble.
. I
TRADE MARK
* . REGISTERED
Fev
combin4
fertilizer y
'crops from S
balanced food f<
time till harvesting
from cotton to corn,
M a
Fish scrap is used :In ever
under all cr op conditions
for the Royster trade mark
HE4RE'S 'I
THINK 0
lI
19C
1905
Norfolk, Va- ~ F. S RI
%jij a, s..
Sour Quli
Stomach. To*
No appeltdt, loss of..n'ength, nervous
ess, headache, constipation, bad breath,
eneral debilIty, sour rIsings, .and catarrh
fthe stomach are all due- to Indigestion.
:odol cures Indigestion. ThIs new dlscov
ry represents the natural JuIces of dlges
on, as they exist In a healthy stomach,
ombined with the greatest known tonIo
nd reconstructive properties. Kodol Dys-CIA L
9psla Cure does not only cure Indigestion L. Gre
rid dyspepsia, but. tbls aia oua. temnedy
~reas all stomiach troubled bc sleansing, ,.Iv. Aug
*rify ing,, sweetenIng. and at4giting
he muicous~metnBranes' lit~Ihn bb a ch.b
Kodol DlgesttiabYotWt ' . V
ottls only. $1.00 SIze hdii l ,#the trpti
'repared by 8.0 4bI' ~~~~iAQ
Sold by Pickn Drug Co.
E'OR'RHEUMATISM1"
y relief that the old "remedies" gave,
at the doctor's prescriptions give; but
COMPLETE CURE. - That is what 4
Rheumatism is caused by an excess of
od. It is an internal disease and requires
)rous internal remedy that will cleanse
s germs and yet act through such. nat
t it builds up the entir'o system.
LL POISONS OTTU BLOOD.
I II "
TO STAY CURED.
i any other remedy. - The result of the.
liscoveries. At the same time it cures
Rheuniatism it sweeps out
6 YEARS. of the blood the germs of
more, Dec. 10th. m
ered terribly with all other blood diseases,
d y leading phy and cures Indigestion, Con
Ig since I despaired
But heanng of stipation, Catarrh, Kidney
I to gieit a trial.
ad, thanks to tis and Liver Troubles, La
. feel that I have rippe and Contagious
3." Every vet ige Cnaiu
nfrom my system, Blood Poisons.
[;ARDN ER,
s St., Baltimore. YOUR D RUGGtST SELLS.; IT.
EE BOBBITT CHEMICAL CO., Prop's, BALTIMORE, MO.
JLB TAND.
and my friends that I am "still at the Old Stand," with a
have for their inspection and sale at very close figures. In
[consider the goods are Rare Bargains. Toll them that 1
ud am selling at a close profit.
[OES, Wo have them; also, SUITS, PANTS,U NDER
rood line of OVERSHOES.
3 ladies to call and we will make then close prices OD
etc.
to the nhn folks on Clothing, Shoes, Hate, Underclothing,
be nicest line of these goods we Lave ever carried.
>ad to go at prices that defy competition.
Aiture and nice matting, carpeting and rugs. Agent ler'
very necessary things in every well regulated family aul
vare, Glassware, Agateware, Tinware and other ware that
*iice Hearse. G ' 'I'
' treated right. G uy M cFall
7'. T. McFall wvill please come forward and make settlemerit 4k
The Ferilizer
for Big Crops
with
Less Acreage
rer acres, lighter labor, larger yields-a happy
tion secured with FARMERS' BONE, the
roved perfect by twenty-one years of great
outhern soil. Farmers' Bone is richest in
revery stage of plant growth from planting
(, and.is suited to a great diversity of -crops,
wheat to* small truck.
mdie with Ftish
r ton of Farnmers' Bone, Atsuring nourishment
Lnd making it famous as a crop saver, Look
[HE SA LE S RECORD
F THnE CROP RECORD
1088-260 "TONS
1890-1,500 TONS
'95-12,000 TONS
0-58,455 TONS
-130,091 TONS.
YSTER GUANO GO. -*-ooN.0
kest and Best Route
SAVANNAH,
JACKSON VILLE,
Anid all Pont
viii In FLORIDA
ESTON & WESTERN CAROL.INA Railway
nville' 12:15 p. ml. Ar. Savasnnah 2:50 a. m.
usta 14:%Q.. . Ar. WVay orta 0:05 a. m.
Arrivp at Jacksionille 8:40 a. im.
enghi Fu~llmnan Servico betWveen Augusita andi Jacoksonville.
So connect08.ions pm1d at Jaichasonvillo f'mr all points S9outh,
Winter .Tourist-Exemsiion i(kdai Now~ On Salo to Fl'orida Resorts.
.* LIGON, Agent, - GEO, T. mn'A N, (Ii ni Agt.
Greenvill, S. 0.
ERNEST WILlA Mb, G4iere-i Paisnenger Agemit
AUGUJSTA, G

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