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SWOMAN'S overpowering obsession for
revenge upon the snobbish, aristocratic
family of her murdered husband prompts her to
shelter and protect the girl who had made her
a widow so that shte might finally drag down
the family name by bringing about the marriage
of her husband's brother-'with the girl who had
taken a life with justification; thus, in
liOF HER HAND
ithe destinies of an exclusive family and a beautiful girL
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Little Girl Burns to
Death at Liberty
On Saturday at the Liberty
mill village, the little 5 year old
child of Mrs. Willbanks caught
fire and was so severely burned
that she died in few hours
The mother of the child was
in the mill at work, trying to
support herself and four child
ren, It is not known how the
child caught fire. She came
out of the house screaming and
running and'ran for some dis
tance be fore help got to her,
but not befere her clothing .had.
been des.royed by the flames
and portions of her bedy burn
ed. - After a few hovrs of agoni
zing pain she Dassed to the be
Mrs. H. G. Smith and Miss
Vivian Allgood spent Saturday
in Pendleton, visiting Miss Nell
Newton, who is very ill. * .
Mr. Willie Elunt and Misses
Annie Bell Brown, Vivian All
good spent some days last week
attending the B. Y. P. U. con
vetition in Greenville.
Mr. L. B. O'Dell has just
opened up a wholesale and 're
tail grocelies, grain and hay
business -here. We extend to
him a hearty welcome.
Mrs. L. A. Boggs entertained
the U. D. 0. Chapter last Fri
Mrs. Mollie Smith, wife of Mr.
P. A. Smith died Saturday Feb
ruary 14 at the Woodside mill
at Greenville. Her body was
brought to Liberty on Sunday
and interred in the Smith bury
ing ground at Smith's chapel.
Sh leaves a husband and four
children and a host of friends to
mourn her death.
Mr. B. P. Mauldin
A good man passed away last
week when Mr. B. P. Mauldin
died. He died at his home near
Glassy Mountain Monday morn
ing, February 16, and was buri-.
ed the next day at Tabor dhurch
cemetery, Rev. L. E. Wiggins
of Pickens conducting the
Mr. Mauldin was about 65
years 'old at the time of his
leath and had been a member
of Tabor church 40 years, being
an official member for a num
ber of years. He was held in
h~igh esteem by eyeryone who
knew him, and a large body of
sorowing friends and relatives
attended the last services over
his remains. He leaves a wid
ow and ten children who have'
the sympathy of the communi
ty in their loss.
$100 Reward, $100
The 'readers of this paper will be
eased to learn that there- at least one
daded disease that seleffce has been
able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is
Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional.
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease, and giving'the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature In doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case thatit fals to cure Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F.3. CHENZY & CO,.Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by nfl Druggists, 7.-c.
Take Hals Family Pills for constirtionu
Messrs. Guy Bowie and Grover~ Hin
kle, of the upper section of- the county,
were business visitors in Greenville Sat
How Is Your Boiler ?
It has been stated that a man's
stomach is his boiler, his body it
his engine and his mouth the fire
box: Js your boiler (stomach)
in good working order or is it so
weak that it, will not stand a full
load and not able to supply the
needed energy -to your engine
(bod V)? If you have any trouble
with your stomach Chamber
lain's Tablets will do you good.
They strengthen and invigorate
the stomach and enable it to do
its work naturally.. Many very
remarkable cures of stomach
trouble have been effected by
them. For sale by all dealers.
Dont's for Conestants.
Don't take it easy because you
are at the top or expect to be at
the top. Your inactiyity now
may lose you the race.
Don't bank on a ballot except
Don't depend on your friends;
look out for your own interests
Don't think it impossible to
Don't allow yourself to be dis- -
couiraged by the stories of the
great gains of others.
D'n't forget that subscription
that you were going to get and
didn't. It may be the one that
will make you a winner. So
get them all before it is too late.
Don't forget that you are i
this contest to win.
Don't You Believe It.
Some say that chronic consti
pation cannot be cured. Don't
you believe it. Chamberlain's
Tablets have cured others-why
not you? Giye them a trial.
They cost only a quarter, F or
sale by all dealers. -Adv.
Miss Minnie Lenhardt, of near Easley,
is seriously ill.
Greg T. Mauldin's prize offer will
close Saturday night at 100o'clock. Get
your coupons this week and win a prize.
The spring tailoring opening at Fol
ger, Thornley & Co.'s was a great suc
cess, many people taking advantage of