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Tho Sontin140 a1 Company.
Tuomuson & Rio Y. Pnois.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EmITon.
Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rates Reasonable.
Entered at Pickens PostofilcO an Second olass
PICEENS, S. C. :
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1900.
Passenget Hainos Rfow on Train.
Spartanburg, Sep. 22.-Conduc.
tor J. W. Brunson of No. 10, from
Ashville to Columbia, was shot
through tha hand and the newsbov
on the train, Willie Thomas, was
shot through the elbow tonight by
a man supposed to be John Wheat
ly of the Saxon mills in this city.
The shooting occurred on tho
trin while it was between Saluda
and Tryon. The man doing the
shooting escaped at Iniman after
several shots had been tirod at himi.
Ono of the shots exchanged in the
melee at Innian struck Burke
Smith, a young white ian, and
probably fatally injurod him.
Smith was taken to his home in
Inman and theconductor and inews.
boy, after having their wounds
dressed in this city, continiud n(i.
their way to Columbia.
The youug man who did the
shooting got on the train at Hen
dersonville in a very intoxicated
condition. He passed up and down
the car several times, causing some
little disturbance. Finally he pull
ed a pistol and complaiN t was niade
to Conductor Brunson by a lady
passenger. Conduictor Brunson
took the gun away from the man
and lie was left in the smoker in
charge of some of the passengers.
A little later Conductor Brunson
found that the man had escaped
and bad ensconced himself in the
toilet room. He was seated vn the
floor with his back against the
wall with his feet braced against
the door. An effort was made to
open the door, which was futile,
and Conductor Brunson going out
side on the steps reached through
the window and caught the man
by the shoulder, calling to him to
open the door. The reply was a
bullet, which wont through the con
dumctor's hand. About this time
the neweboy oponed the door and
was also shot, the hail going
through his elbow.
There was a pause in the haps
penilgs and the conductor an
nounced that he was going to bring
the man out at all events. Hie was
advised by friends on the train
.to bring the man on to Spartan.
burg. This he decided to do. A
guard was placed at the dooer and
one on the steps. When the train
rolled into Inima the man on the
inside jumped out of the window
on top of the guard and foil to the
ground. There was a general
mixup in which several shots were
exchanged, the man, however esca p
ing dropping his pistol on the
ground. One of the shots fired
struck Burke smith, a 17-year..old
boy, and he is so seriously wound.
od that it is thought that lhe will
The man left a grip and a suit
case on the train, wvhich were open
ed by the oflicers in Spartan burg.
T1here was found a quantity of
whiskey and several articles of
clothing. In one of the pockets of
a coat found weore two letters ad
dressed to John Wheatly, Saxon
mills, Spartaubuas', S. 0., which
were postmarked Innman. A war
rant has been sworn out for Whmeat
ly and officers are now ont looking
for him. There is a Johni Wheatly
who works at the Saxon mills and
bhomne is being watched tonight
~ythe officers. From the dlescrip- a
tioyt furnished by passengers, there'
y oyes to be little doubt but that
Wheatly did the shooting. The
'goting cansed much excitement
on tE train and there were for a C
ednepy wild rumors afloat.
d~~ rin from Spartan btrg come
SOolzwbia at 1 o'clock this
jp~*~4g.Conductor Brunson, al-.
begged by the passengers
0 iwquish charge of his train,c
$o0ao so until Columbiam
Mo jand with the wonder- cO
f t~pshowed all through.h
~~ ~ ked up to' the car. j
iand rde out
p 1 fot-a sbare
~4ikby~ thid m
moncod' e Ji aid h
had a nasty. ound ' jthie haud. 4i
a result, Oonu'otor B r 11O d
struok in the hand, the bullet ranj.
ing up the ari and coming
out iear the olbow. Both of tho
men woro almost faint from tho
loss of blood,
Thomas' home is in Greovillo.
Capt. Birnuson's ioio is in Ash9
A telephono messago - from
Spartanburg early this morning
states that Wheatly has been cap
tured at Iiinman and will be takei
to Spartanburg. Oi tho train 'a.t.
night there was considorable excite.
ment and had Wlicatly boon caught
thoroeis no doubt thoro would have
boeui violelco done. Fully 200
passongori wore on lie train at lio
timo of tie siooting.-Colu In bia
-.ILE BEEATil OF LIFE'..
It's a signi:Iien1it fnel that thl strong.
(st animal of its sizn, tih gorilhi, 111 o
has the largest lungs. Powerful i1ing.
mevans power-ful orentiure:1. Illow to keep
111o breathing org:mlls right shoubl he
mlan's chiefest study. hile tholusalids
of olh ers, Mrs. Ora A. Stcphens, of Port
Will1iatv, 0., 1:a1i 1e'rned how to do this.
Sli' writes I- "I'lle rev bttls of Dr. Kinu g's
N21w Discovery :to)pp1-el mhy coughi of two
years mi1 enred m' of what my friends
[hiotugiut cohiSumpii11tiont. 0. it' grid for
thloroa 1n1d Ilung trouibles." Guaran111teed
b)y 'ickeils i I ng Co. Price 50c and
91.00. rial bottl free.
Moonhin Iuer Re(formsul
Col 11lbia,Sept 8.--Folger Powel 1,
t veteran distiller of illicit wh iskey,
vho is noW under senteniie froin
the general sessioi cioi iut. Pielc ois
and Wa1ilhalla, nid the feideral court
at Greenvillo, has reiormiied, h says,
and seoksA a lsiikot pardon for the
>ffenscs aginst the dispeisary law
His pet ion received at the oxecu
Ave oflics today, bore the indorse
1 !nt of trial .Judge 1R. 0. Purdy aud
f Congressman George S. Legaro
of Charleston, who is sponding th,
mmmer at Pickens and says lu
bas porsonally investigated th<
case. The petition will be referror
in due course to the board of pard
ons, which will meet next month
STARVING TO DEATH.
Becanso her stomaich was go weikiion,
by usel-s drugging that sho could ic
eat, Mrs. Mlary H. Wnlters, of H. Cuti
St., Columbus", o,, Wasl lilorll1y starlvinl
to death. "Sio writes: IMy tOmn11 w
go weak from uselosm drulgs hat. I coul
not eat, and my nervei so wre'c(k(d tIhi
I (ould not sleep; aind not before I w
given itp to die wals I iinced to tr
Electric Jlitters; with tho wonde ul rl II
Hit that inillmoV)Otle. t> bgall ilt o0nm
and a compete cure followed." Ilet
by Piekens Dru'g Co.
Every nowv and then somo newvs
pap~er writer dashes off -a thumil
--nail sermon thlatt is so good thati
goes the rounds 0f thie pre'ss unti
thel ident Iity of the author isi aijt,
lost sight of.
I loro is 01ne thait we have seen i
several paipers latoly. It is so tru,
and1( torse-it says so muichi in sq
feiw wvords-thiat it is a gem.
It is worthi a placo ini anfyhodyv
scrap hook. Hore it is;
''Try and catch onto whaut yoi
wanlt, imake a grab for it, and hob
it if yon can; btut if it eludes voi
any good. Try again. It is thb
chI eerfuil hma who sneienods, w~ho
wihen hi iis baillooni col lapses, .goes LI
work immiiediately to iiblite anl
other. Thell s) (ddoet failuru in tii
life is the mani wiho gives up,)
Keep a stiff upper li p, face lh<
future with courage and alw~ays hei
deserving of success whether ym .
at Lain it or not. Don't imaiginii
th~ at to make money is the ''nil
objectL in 'life. Theli mtost onec
sessful man is the willing workms
wvho is contentod wvith reoasonalbl
rewardI for his effort, andl~ almost0
)very mani can attain that if he
>Orsistenltly (does his best wit h
opeful courage aund wi thouL coim..
"TO CURE A "ELON"
ays Sam.Kondall, of P'hillipsburig, Kuan.
'just covet it over' wit I hiokleni's4 Ari
a Sn lvyen tuh~Ile Halvoy will do0 thie rest."
nuiekco't (cure for Jliurns, Unils, Sore4
con1ds, WVounds(1, Piles, .EXenma, Salt
hioum, Chappe~ld I Lands, Horn Feet and1
21re Eyes. Only 25o. at. Pickons Drug
OeumnAon ittelenit iKilied ily ils Fa .
C4 mson College, Sept. 22.-Joe
ca 's~, junior class, foil from n
cond story window of the barracks
at night anid was found in dying
ndition by A. T. Beaver this
orin g. Ho neover recgai ned
naSciousnloss. No 01ne knows how
B accident occu rred. The theory
that ill 1his sloop he tried to do
and a fire escape recently placod.
had talked about the laddor
1 had said it was too short.
>Iey's Kidney Cure
kee kldnavn ad bladder righ ,
The matia90ment of this paper
takes pleasur in Introduchig to, our
subscribers Mir. R. X . Good.wink who
is iow conveotod with the Sentinel.'
-Journal. He will have charge of the
the sheet, paying particular attention
to collections and subscriptions.
When ho calls bo prepared to sottle.
WANTED: A firet class printer;
ono who is capable of taking entire
chargo of a country shop; good make.
up, ad man and job compositor; no
boozer, cigaret or doper wanted. The
right sort of a man can get a steady
job at good wages by applying to
his oflico at once.
FOR SALE: A Campbell Press,
in good condition; now running; bcd
32 x 46. It is in good fix and will
bo sold at a bargain and on easy
torms. A pply for particulors to this
No oIe woll Id )uly a sailboat wit 1h sails
that could not he reefed. 'Thero is
always thAt possibility of a littl tot?
much winid that nko.4 ia c iltions mall
afraid to no unllprovided. The thinkiug
m1an, wolse stoma".h soimetim1leti goes
aik l him, pi ovid(e for hin stomich
by keeping a bottle of Kodol For )y
la'p1sia wIthi n roel. Kod l digests
hA111.t 1o1 tnt. A-.14 lvAi-r1n thw somafl 1h1)
io the enmditimi 1o proporly perform its
liumtions. Sold by I ickens Drug Co.
"Tintory' ie)ontesI Iself.'"
Tho Abbeville Medi uim has boen
from the very first one of the
stauichest and bravest of the
advecates of tho dispensary systom.
When foes assailed it the Medium
rushed to the defense, aind when
disastor seemod about to overtako
it the Medinm was ever confident.
But now its Voice has changed.
It has read the handwriting on tbe
wall. In its last issuo it says:
The result ot the laot primary is
accounted a victory by som1e of the
advocates of the dispensary system
"WVhen Pyrrhus, the warrior, Illot
tho Romian1s it the river Siris, iin
Illucaia, Ie gainiod tho victory aftel
a terrific struggle. When tho hat.
tle wais ovor he looked over the
ield covered with his dead and
exclaimed, "Another such victory,
and I mutist roturn to Epirus alono.
"Hliist.ory repeats itself."
When the Modium gives up thi
r fight, it wouild seem that, all hope
lhas becin lost. It is timo to Soumi
1 the retreat aid lot the aimbulanoe
corps tak h cargo.-.Anderson Dai
WVELL WORTH 1T'YI N(.
alttorne14y, of 1Pittshield, Vt., says: "'Next
to a pension, thle best thlin~g to get. is Dri.
K ing' N'ew Lifo Pills.'' He writes :" they
l(4-1oplly fainily ini 3tpIldid health.''
Quic~k ('ure for Headnehe, Constipation
and1( BilIousness34. 25c. Guaranteed at
Pickens Drug Co.
} hbire'oisonoql by lei tg .1Ilmson
of several childran were very much
alarmued last niight. Two of Mr'.
W . II. Commandr's youniig chil.
dironl and onc of Mr-" H. .1. Mc.
VTeighi's were aken w ith vijolent
conlvualions shortly be fore dan k
adilapearedl that (loath wvould
overtake thIiem iminmediately. . TIhuree
1or four ph11ysicians1 wero sumoned1
at once' 1)nd( for seleoral hours t heira
ell'orts seemned u navailinug. Fimalyv
a1 stomachl pumlllp wals used up1onl the(
M\1e\'sigh' child(,5 andl it wa'ds (disc'over..
od that lhe chil d had calten w hat is
fl'iIirly k'L nowIn as. jimson~ wved.
Th'hi b Ini dren had been playinhg
eoethIer durin1 g the afternoon, and1(
it, seem~lS had aill 4Waten 5a me of t.he
imIsoni weed0(. A s the wo('d 13 poi.
the anltidlotes admiiin istecred lie
AX ti'kling in the throat;
hoarseess at timeis; adeep
hreat h i rritates it ;--these
arec featurecs of a throat
cough. They'r ICvery dle
ceptive and a cough mix
tureC won't cur'e themi.
You wvan t something that
wvdl heal the inflamed
membranes, enrich tihe
hlood and tonle up tihe
system .-. .- .. .
is just. such a remedy.
It has wonderful healing
and nourishing power.
Removes thle cause of
tile cough andl tihe wholet
system is given new
strength and vigor .-. .-.
&end/for free samp/e F
SCO TT & BIOWN E, chemists C
409-415 Pearl Street, Newo rork
30t. andI $I.00. A/!Aim
.. Yodelit X
uo0tive Committee of the Soutberii
oitoh Association held at Hot
Springs, Ark., fixing the minimum
price on cotton, basis midling, at
interior points at 10 cent is as low
a price as any farmor could b.e ask.
ed or advisod to hold his cotton.
Ten cents per pound is practically
the broad and.meat lino and cotton
sold below that fligure, however
slight, ba-oly reprosents the Co st of
There is no necessity and no
kind of sensible reasoning why the
South should sacrifice the presont
maturing crop of cotton at any
prico under ten cents per pound.
L'hore is no good reason wvhy this
rop shoiuld soll for loss thain that
>f the last crop which averaged a
ittle over 11 cents per pound at
[he ports. Silico SepLembor 1st
190 1 to Septomber 1qt 1906. thero
lave nmo into sight 25,500,000
Ml;.s of cottpn, and of tlii enor
0ous i mount, all had been pra.)ti
ally consume1Cd oxce;t about 800,
Averag l'rico 0u0d
'The past two years, showing the
largest prod itction bot.h years in
th" history of onr cotton pro
iluet'C, sold at ani avernge price
o)f ton ce.nts per poind, or the
granld total of $1,250,000,00(
With the consuiilptioi of these
two un precedentpd crops selling at
an average of 10 certs, we still
fiid the demand for fiiished goods
enorr'ni- and the full[ C:Ipcity (f
the mills uniah4, to su pply the trade
at Very high prices for iantitfac
Sinico August the first, heavy
and contitinous deteriorationi Ia
liken placo in the shortage of th
crop over t:h eitirL) belt. The
splendid expectations of an ,unus
ually iargo yield, so bright it 111011th
ago. have low dwildled to anitici.
Pations of only a normal yield.
To meet the conditions which
confront the cotton growers at tho
pIrosent time, there is but one thing
to do, and that is to sell the crop
slmvly ald relfuse to market the
sta plo rapidly during the noxt three
m1on11ths. Every farmer who can do
so should store anid hold his crop
off the market until the prico of 10
cOnts at least is offered- Tho pros.
u tt price of cotton is far below the
trtu value of the staple and
the people aro hereby ppealed to
nlot, to subinit to such an unwar
ranted sacrifi ice of tihe fproduct -of'
t heir labor. Prices are sure to ad
just themselvos to higher levels
when the trade at large begins
to fully realize~ the extent of
thio present and recent heavy do,
toiito in the crop all over thr
Pros. S. 0. A.
Inl these dlays of ruish and hutrry couri
(osy is often forgotten. In the m'ad, poll
meoll rush of our life little thin gs are
done to offend that we'rather remained
un dorne. A hastily eaten meal ando its
resultanit headach- I may cause us soclial
or' financial 1l; ;s. Thel wise mnan or we
muan is the one who relieves little ills of
li his sort by a little dose Kodol For D~ys.
fpopsia. It 16 igets whart you eat anid pris
1 ourll stomach ba'ck ito shape. Sold by
Picken D1 rug Co.
(Good for Ilhe conigh, rem~foves the cold,
Iithei linse of thle cCough . Th-iit.'s thet worlk
of Ke tney's Lixatiye Hloney and Ta'ur
the or1igund111 latit ve congh syruip. Co-i
tai no3. lt opiatos4. Sold by PiekenisU g
A1 otiarai) cci Curo
if you81 uffer fr'om D~yspepsia or Ini.
ges'ttion in iany formn, gas, boelihing, biftter
tai e, oflen sivye h ad br eathI, d izzy sptells,
i-i i.t , foaithfing of f od , painis or s welliig
in thie stoimaichi, back or' side, (fee) scated
k idney or liver trouble, then they willI
d' ia1pear ini a t'hort t imen a fter taking
T'ynmo's D~yspepsia Reme)ldy, maitde
.spe)(Cially to enre Dy l.spepsiai, [ndiges.
I on anid all Stemach TLrouls, evou of
he worst cas- i. Tlynoer's Dys1)ppsia
Itemiedy expells the gas es and1( sweetens
li the brethis. It (Cure's Sick Ifeadiache,
Ooh e and CLostipation ait oice . Drig
issor by express 50 centsu a bottle.
Mon. y refundited if' it fails to oo.
.bdial irdvice an 111 irenfar frcee by
r it inig toi'''i~ Tynor nedy (C., Auig-imf 1,
When'i you have a cold if is well to be
44 y (careful abou~t ulsing ainythIing that
il ('141us( constipat ion. BC partienllarly
Iireful abou pii .Ireparations4 cot~i~ing
>piites. Us() Kennel~dy's Laxativo Htomnv
tid Tari, wvhieb stops thle cough and
loaves the bJowels. Soil by Pickens
Fnarm For 8&alp,
A% I10 nere'4 farma for safe. joinIin~g land~s t
f Rev. .W. C. Seaborn A. IB. hni:gginaiind I
hiIip~ IRobosixcl 75 ace's ini cuii hivation1.
3 acres in igh state of enitivation, 25
Pr s w~ell timblered , two jplend4i41 dwell.
-g honses uand' Oeer 85iVary1 nthuild ings.
vo goodl wire pasteres, conltains 5 ->me
)tt..tim landii andi is wel. w'atered, four
ijies from Norris Cotton Mil, six miih 8
on.1 ibery and five miles Picko: s C. C)
'inl Pratera Sectiofl, at good outlet, nl
I noC $20.00 per ner~e. A ddress Julinas l:
- olding, ig F, D). o. 2. 1"ickens S.
NOTl1Ii'M My millA\ are running r
convened .at P cns .1Mo:ay I
Ionor, Judge E. 0. Watts, presIdln
Tho solicitor, stenographer an(
other court offilss, as well as the
grand and petit jurors, were at tholu
posts of duty. The Solicitor handed
the grand jury the bills of indictment
and "true bills' wore' found in th<
State vs. Sam Hamilton, bur.
glary and larceny.
State vs. J. L. Galloway, - assauli
and battery vith intent to kill.
State vs. Martha J.Oisson, Augus
tue Ferguson and Judge Clark, neg
lect of child.
State vs. V.'A. Rigdon, assault and
battery with intent to kill.
State vs. Enoch Watson, stealin,
from the person. .
State vs. Charley Cisson, violtioi
of the dispensary law.
State vs. Wiley Davis, rape.
No bill was found in the case of th<
State vs. T. c. Spencer for forgery
The grand jury finislhod their worl
and made their final presentment on.
Tuesday .and were . discharged b,
the court. .Truo bills were found ir
all the cases except the one montionod
Several cases wore tried. Thi
most important being the case of ra
against Wiley Davis. After boarinI
the evidence, the jury remained ou
for over an hour, finally bringing ii
a verdict of not, guilty.
Jno. L Galloway was convicted c
assault and battery of a high an
aggravated nature and was sentence,
to pay a line of $75.00 or servo thre
months on the county chain gang
The fine was paid.
Sam Hamilton, the uegro accuse,
of breaking into Dr. W. R. Wyatt
house in Easley and stealing the
from a watch, some money and otlc
jewelry, was convicted of larceny.
The case against Zeta Lawrene
for rape was tried today,Wednesda;
and he was given a sentence of thir
years in the Penitentiary.
J. D. Moore for violation of ti
dispensary law was convicted an
sentenced to a fino of $250 or 1iv
The Jungles of Central America an
Brazil are masses of vegetation s
dense that it is practically impossib]
to pienetrate them. Swali and his pa
ty 'when crossing the Isthmus of Dt
rien labored hard -with their hatchet
and machetes the whole of one day an
achieved but half a mile. In man
parts of Central America the unde
growth renevs itself so rapidly that I
is ahiinost imposs54ible to keep a ron
open1 through it. In one instance lI
IIonduras'11 a road( sixteen feot widoe wa
mnade hy enlgineers and laborer
through a jungle, the underbrush and
vines boing cut aIway evenl with th,
ground. T1wo weeks later, returning ti
compilete the work by laying stones o1
the roadb~ed, they could not find tha
road, thle v'ines hiaving completely filoe
the v'ac tit. 8paIce.
AN Seen. Fronai a iliooam
House of dan tger you have' of cours<
nione, for you aret HO aghast at the dlan
get's rn by youtr dear : onies beilow fron
miotor's and1( le(yeles antd trains atu~
gas works and atll the other tin gs ter
restrilal that all concern for your owl
safety goes. And the shocking al
they breathe and the horrid littli
wormlike traIns that burrow in an<
out of dark lookIng holes- how un
healthy the whole earthly exlstene<
seems to you as you glide motion lesi
through the air, wIth white cloud~s bed
low you stretched out as a sort of si]
ver carpet at your feet and1 ab~ove yoi
niothinig but a lImitless expanse o:
deepj lue sky !--Bytanzde.
Velvet Iis manufactured by placing hi
the loom rows of v'ery short threads o1
the miateriail (dsied to bo employ'ed
catight up by thle Cr'oss thtreads in th(
WeaLvig and fastened in such a way
that th fle 1cy0 einls iresenit t hemselvees
atli on (one side of the fabric. Th'le inian
ufactu lre of' vel vot is so slow tha t for ai
htand~ weaiver a1 yard ls consi1deredi a
vol vet is of cosei 'S turned out miiuchi
"'No,"' reamarked the tn-n wh'o hadu
trav ~eled and 1had( returnjed to the pulace
of his~ birth1, "the village is not what 1?t
used to be. Manty of the old 1(landmarks5
"Wh'lat haindmiarks?"/' asked the native
"'Why, the towni tammp, for instance."'
"Ca2ull thait .a 'anmar'k? I call it a
"'ir','' said then youog mnan, "I trust
you will ob)ject to my llumiage with
"'BeCause11," explilned the young maun,
'If' you do I thlink shin will consent to
itve me.''--Clencgo News.
What shte salid.
Jaick- -I thought you were very at
entive to Miss Banker. Tomi-I wais,
'iut after whait site said I shall have
othing miore to (10 with her. Jack-.
Yhatt did( she say? Tom-Mho MIld
Purity of Birend.
It cannot be too often repeated that
iall food that comes to tableh there is
othinug s(o purte as bread1(. - London
lie who lives after nature shall never
0 Poor; after opinion: shall never be
--tions anid S
S WeOdro now elioUU& t
most stylish, up-to (late
Spring Goods that we ha
ame and money was e
ing this stook, and we do
state that NO -will give I
for the kamo nAouey tbat C
whero. When you trado i
you protect your pocket-I
why our customers stic
pledge you the best of stc
our goods must be what v
or your money given bac
1mg of wool dress goods
are very popular also 3
Cashimors and Serges
fino goods. Our -3lack
ways full we'dare hot let t]
Our -White goods, and
are so complete that wo
them. Our prices on the
5 cents to 50 cents. Our
derwear department is fi
values we ever had.
Ladies vests, 5, 10. 15 a
Men's vests, 25 & 50 etw
See our Men's 50 ets i
$ Mens and Ladies Oxfor
Salesmon, Mr. Thomas
0 Hory IMoKinney.
1#A. K. P
S 'West End, Green
t A G000 C
f Now isa good time when there a
i in our City, to find out how reasoi
selling our merchandise and for h
goods now than the advertised pric,
We have still in our always supe
some two and thre. piece suits whic
ably low prices considering th6 qua
SO-f Coca-Cola and other Ice Cold
F ANCY GRC
I can fill your bill for any occasioi
ners, Picnic or Sociable occasions o
pany drops in. Send your orders t
will be promptly filled with fresh gc
y the market affords.
Country produce bought and sold
1 Your patronage is app1reciated.
Goods delivered free anywhere ii
J. McD). Bruce,
PROFITS - .. -
. DEPOSI's .. .. -
- +: 5 Per Cent Interest Pai<
-J. F. Banister, B. A. Hagood,
. J. M. Stewart, J. E. Bogg
T. N. H unter, H-. '. R
I 1I have g, good
Amiong themi are theo recommrendal
(Jiocks with weights, which I am
And a tew line of SILVERIWA]
iSilver W ATCHI1ES. A n ico lioo oi
|glasses to (it eyes.. A ll kinzds of repa
II. SNID)ER, ..
WOFFORD COLLEGE W C
HIENRhlY N. SNYDER, LL1. D.. Presi
T'wo degrees, A. 1R. and A. M'. F~our
courses loading to theo A. 11. Degree. Thr1(
Nine Priofessors, lit mil
Library and1( Iibrar'ian. '.'h \V. E. Hlea<
Bnrnett gymnasium tnnder a compol)tenit ron liv
chrector. J. it. Clevoland S3cin*o Unll. Indi'
A thletic grou~nds. Courso of lect ures by Situiate
then ablestl mni oin the lahtformu. Next iStnd(
board from $12 to f16 a mionthi. For to the 4
Catalognuo or other information, address4 $125.
J. A. (GAMEWVELL,, all feesJ
Secretaiy, p raburg, s. C. 19h
NO IC .tant mui
Th etteachers examination for
this county will he held at the Court
H onisoeon Friday. Se~ptember 21. Ex:imi- 00LL
natiohi will comrmenc o promptly at9
o'clock. All applicants should bo ready .17sa
to coemmence' work at that timel. 1'
' R. T. H-allum, Lette
Co. Supt. Ed. soholari
805lE SPECIALS. 1or
- About Q;300 yards percale, yard wide, $11 a mn
good heatvy stuff, worth 10c. At So as sina
long as it lasts, .A lot of st andard calico Boyce
o.. A littlo 1ot of 3rovwn's Mulo Tobac
coat 27c. Buik soda in 10ib lots 21c voor.
Salta 1lb lots 2&o. Como while I ihave
the goods. T. D. HARIUI.3
14- 0agest end
etock of new
re ever shown,
pent inl selot-y
lot hesitato to
he beet values
an be had any
t Park's store,
Jook. That is
k to us. We
rd servico, and
e say they are
. Our show.
can't be bcat. p
1hirts and you
1. to suit your
re so many Sales going on
iable we have always been
ow less you can buy our
:,s of our competitors.
rb stock;'some very hand
h we are selling at remark
Greenville, S. C.
Drinks don't forget niy
t- Weddings, Sunday Din
r when unexpected com
o me and rest assured they
ods and the very best that
- - $20,500.00
- - 18,oo.oo
- - 140,000.00
1 Oni Ieposits.-:
-W. M. Hiagoodt,
sJ. McD. Bruce.
chey, J. P. Carey,
b)10 old styin Seth Thomas
selhnig at special bargains.
(E. Also solid Gold and
r work in the jowelry line.
- Easley, S. (I.
o nIow briok buildings. Steam
I Master, tbree tonohers nnid Mat
a iln the builings.
ridualt attention to 'eh student.
(1 on thn Wofford Campna.
enltC take aI regnlhar COntll
00 p)ays for board, tuitii
Next sessin begiins So;
For (Ontalono, oto., add
r, S. O.
EGE PF CHARLESTON
(JHAflLESTON, 8. 0. 10011,
at Year' leglina Septl ember 28.
ra, Science, Engineering. One
hip givimg free tuition to oeh
of South Onurolina. Tuftion $40;
*na furnishecd renm in dormitory
outh. All candidates for admis
pormitted to compete for vacanit
uho!-sAidps whichI paiy $100 a
'or -'t'ogue, atddress