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LIKl: A i'RINUSS
Joyous Life of Alice the President's
Daughter.
There are a lot of ways to havet a
good timo in this world, tit all tht:so
WayS sooli to I 'vo cot to Mi8. Aliet
Rosoovelt, t ho young daughtor of our
P'rosidout. Onl ninoteon voars of
ago, and t he young woman has ovorv
thing that gots to mako liappinoss,
from a worldly standpoint. She is
hoalthiy, handstotlo, young, wealthy,
popular, sonsi''.o, and in a position
to Inako the most of overy one of
thestt blessings. l'ortuno's favorite,
surely, is miss Alice Roosevolt!
'l'ht' young American girl is now
liv ing like an enchanted l'rintcess, in
a siuito of half a do on rooms, the
guest of tho govornor of tlat solmi
titonarohial isle tlhat t'roclainms allegi
anv to tho l'nited States. A grand
ant si otltcial recept ion greetd
the yolng wIetuall on hetl arrival in
Porto lllie', aid she hias been treated
in an Ilnllo't rt'\ al way during her
stay in tht quamt old capital %'ity.
Antd 1 1- Alioo, like her father is not
at il vhr o 1o fh dfereflco of a
st'111111i+' -; Ttt,::,lIa : i;"l:t'1'. I:'. Si m'tll
i.stanc, -he has boe: k:ow: to a
at* '.t' N .I , \1 . 1 our
t1il+ r Of L , nt appoaro.l
Il.:,> t. t ~d isx~
"r r
t ' . .
H -
A .
b ' .. - t.1
\\ ni. ' her fumbbwar tg
V~2 ''o : -. :3 i. w.V .n8 her
2:=. A V:dnIlco f h.r
Vt \- ii .r high dlegreo,
nte. wom nuii up oni either
\\ h. a'm.d adinirat ion tul
1: ixng. h. y, mn ~ife of thxe lPresi
dent ', dughtor :s tilhod w ith all
thiiigs j ons. in theo good old1 semi
mor iin , wi.d youthi and beautx
are y et wtithI her. hex bbossings of thet
world's pleu'ir1s, havet fatlen tiik
upjon the~t Atioricanx girl who
iules the m st oxalted position of
a:;. y . aung wulmant in A\ meorle, today.
Appeal from liethilehema Churchi.
T1o thet t.'it izens of Newherry. Greeting:
We t he luilding C'ommtit tee of C lethi
Iehemx lhpt ist churchx of this cit y t ake
this mxethod of addrliesiing anx appeal toe
you for the benetit of the new church
now in the course of const ruetjin. We
areO mindfut1tl of the fact that ini every
ins I anice wtheil we have appe.xled to your
ge'xnrosi ty* ' for mteia:l a id you haive
iteadily andxu wvillingly iespotnded, iiit g-t
have no less cont tieCe in your n*iobl
philathiropic purposes5t now. We inetd
ait once 'Iwo Thoiusandl $.'a Dom) .
to enable us to carry- ou r cnirch to comn
plot ion ini ordler that axnnual 1 sapt ist
State ('onvent ion mayxi convene t herein.
We have striven hard to raise what
mxonxey we could among us, and thle comx
imittee feels that the mxembers anti
frienxds (of thle chxurchi have donxe their
part nobly, andx fehel fully assu red that
our kind white friends wxill aid us in
comllxet ing a house of wvorshipi which
will not onxvli e ant orxnment of archi
tectural beauty. hut will be a place
wvhere t li exanmple of pure :mndt enlxt
hhing liv'es is set. Any conitribiution,
however small, will be greatly appreci
ated and immediately a^knowledged,
and will over be cherished in memlory's
casket. Contributions may be made to
any of the cotumittee.
Respectfully,
F. R. Wallace, Pastor,
T. A. Williams, Ch'man,
A. J. Chappell,
J. W. Ferguson,
Building Committee.
TilE TOWER OF LONDON.
Discovery of ,jnscriptiots Lcft 'here
by Prisoners,
interesting discoveries, says the
London Telegraph, have recently
been made at the Tower of London
of some inscriE'tions made on (lt
walls by persons confineot there in
past times. 1ll the work of repairing
a dlefeetive window opetlffg in the
St Martin's Tower a piece of lead
fraining had to be removed. Behind
this was found the name of Ambrose
lRookwood, a wealthy young Suffolk
squirN, who was ooierned in the
gunpowder plot, it was finely carved,
M1d the surname was divided, "liook.
wood," indicating the nature of its
derivation. The unfortunate enlprit
was drawn and hanged in palace vard,
Westminster, with other of the eon
spirators, on tihe last day of J auuary.
10,66. llepw 'rth Di\on, in "ler Mla
ty's Taer,'' ,ivo an acconut of
lloodwoo~d's exitig ride out of Lou
.hiot to hi. home at L'Clhan llall,
SutT'oik, after the uinpowder plot
wss distOvOred. lie evered thirty
'll:rtx on a sin le horse, and lV loans
of rt'a:N S of alull'a,l in .e the antire
Tta: e of eigh:y' on)e Ile- il Il
a seVen b ni-., a reInarkale per
r:.e.o, eensideru nthe i.ta t'' f
L h r ai.at that pet :.
Aye r n :r 0n t
b l t b w
n :i: .er~ r '
C i 1.i::l. a-:.:
"Swe*. Brta'" "B. Pr x ." -. -
ttiret shot strr.. ft: '. tu :. o, w; : e
.b e' ii nst-It-ant =' i s i i.e
M'a;p b-y C.ielebratL '" 'o d "A li1w
no Part y are ,n.:'0-t i -. 'o e.t:
r.I.luellt= had .utr.-ellol.- for nahking
-.upply the fantcy work "Whait Weo
tuni A ri Doing"' and "'lIelps Al ng
tho Way'" t.r two departmuxets whuic'h
grow in inxteres.t each monti1., while
"Bcok Note-," "l: N :her .Lnd,'
"'The Ii it chen K in' gdomx,'' "Ifoilet
Table (Chat'" and. "F.'rquxt:t. liitn"~
are featuxxres wh1ich arme valuable as
wellI as entert aining. "' lXit oti
lhetsatmaki" t ~Ireats t his nmoth of
the inuak ingx of sIhirred gatrmtentIs, at.d
he "Ia sson in Mitllinery" tell how
to mxake a Shepherdleas hxat 'Novel
ltrrions.'' " Selections for thei. Hl.
tat ionist"' and potemis by Th'eodosia
Giarrison, F,iwin L. Sabin and ot hers
addl, still fu rther attract ion to ti
reminairk aly~ attr'act iv oi nmbe'r
VIA
ILLINOIS CF!NTRAL:
RAI LROAD.
VERY LOW RA TES
To THE
WEST, NORTHWEST
AND(
CALI FORN IA.
COMMENCING FE BRUARY' 15~
ENDING APRIL 310.
Free ChaIr Cars Union Depots.
FAST TRAINS.
F'or full infoimation, pamxphlets,
ra:tes and tickets ad x'dress
FRED D. MqILLER,
Traxuv. Pass. Agent, .
No. 1 Bi'enwnm m,dg, At ln.. ,,a.
The Desire.
Katherine Tynan in The Spectator.
live me no mansions ivory white,
Nor palaces of pearl and gold;
live me a chlid for all delight
Just four years old.
live me no wings of rosy shine,
Nor snowy raiment, fold on fold,
live me a little boy, all mine,
Just four years old.
live me no gold and starry crown,
Nor harps, nor palm branches unrolled,
"ive me a nestling head of brown,
Just four'years old.
live me a cheek that's like the peach.
Two arms to clasp mne from the cold,
And all my heaven's within my reach,
Just four years old.
Dear (od, You give me from Your skies
A little Paradise to hold,
As Mary ..ee her Paradise,
Just four years old.
New Idea Woman's Magazine.
In consotanee with its name, tne
New Idea Woman's Magazin for
May presents May novel features in
ressiaking and in every depart.
mneut of domestie interest. It opens
with a char+..it,g pal'r by (on,.t anco
Fuller Melutyre upon "The MArrige
ble Age"' Emma A. Osborne writes
shout New York's (hi nat own delight.
fully; l'atherine Louise Smith tells
>f the new fad, 'Cat Shows and Cat.
cries"; Nancy Hull has "The Living.
Room" for her theme; and Eb. n tex.
ford presents "Garden Gossip" in
his authoritative mUanner. In addi
ion to these spoecial features, the
everal departments are attractively
;et forth, and in short series and
ver e there is unusual variety and
ouperior quality. The New IdWea
.atterns otTer many tempting oppor.
unities to the home dressmiviker.
LL MORE
DISEASE
m Ir' deat hs caused by drug _ th.n
.u fri t h ian invgcating stun.or
righ.t and.' :: :s why all leaidir.g doctors
. ' r "sn -u in ou. Grip,
r i - . -a a : a . 11 ! w feve rs,
.c:..: weaC.ii: from wihatever
ad f the sysot n.
Vl.T W HISKEY
:m,l -lions in the I t years. Ihangt s
; y -.".:in-n lo t a ,
41 E A.* R , *IE S ,
IRNG
- e
3EST
Vnila~i h1mt ore t r
&VWaket
The Confederate Roster.
(lovernor Hey ward has appointed
Col. M. P. Tribble, of Anderson, to '
compile and prepare a roster and list
of the Confederate olicers, and eu
listed men for publication by the
United States Government. The re
quest cane from Secretary Root. and
is explained by the following letter,
directed to the Secretary by the (ov.
err.or: "Absence from my office has
prevented my replying earlier to
your comunnication of March 16 1
note with pleasure that it is the in.
tentioll of your department to 'con1.
pile aiid publish, as it continuation
of the publication known -as "The
Ofilcial Record of the Union and
C'onfederate Armies," a colupleFa list
or rost or of the otficers and men who
served in thise armies during the
tivil war. I feel sure that this ac
tion on the part of the General Gov.
ernmenuut will moot with favorthrough.
out ho ont ire South and that those
who srtve'd in th, Confederate armies
atl htir dIest'cntlatts will appreciate
this e1pp.rttility of having their
names hatuded down in history. I
shall be glad to give to your depart.
mout whatever co operation lies in
my power.
"Your request that 1 should do.
signato set one from this S'ate to
0om11nnicartoe withI Brig. Gen. F. C.
Atnsworth, tohief of the record and
leilton ottice of your departtnent,
rN.;it:v to theo tt lk' of the work,
I %%0nI re'ti'et fully suggest Col.
\ 1'. ''rit'blh of Anderson, S. C. I
wIl! rt'ntst 'o!. Tribble to corres.
1'.ndl With you."
In tlh- letter ipp,unting 'ol. 'rib
bl: G' .ver:or IIe\ ward said he was
". , ent:trust this important work
n: wt:o h' k:nev wonid render
b+, lev;: ~ all fathf:i -orvice'' as
DRUGS KI
THAN
- . 10 \'t" .i ' . d . . <\2 17.c
-. . wh il e. .
..
i nu ion M-h n y u a k f r u I'
L'r ....s h. . ... u t
r. . . r t
h...... ..:btt. ..ich . ar:e.
onth f113market.g f31or 3 p ar ni.i. nue
arei! poit i li harmful, llr e tunn3et
heirthg i n3.3n litet 13.' iannu .0 orume
thei trn.ale-mark3. "l'he3 old11 I he it."
SOLD AT ALL I
1r!r et. 1 40 a battle :i s the o
Giger
THE I
Onthe I
FOR SAl
W. 0. Maye!
Gilder
j .. INO!"S i SON.
S,OLCO 8p ALL OtUJGO~SS7
SE AB
AIR LINE
NORTH -- SOUTH
Two Daily Pullman V<
Between SOUTH a
FIRST-CLASS DIN
The Best Rates and R<
Via Richmond and
Norfolk and Steai
Nashville, Mempi
Louis, Chicago, N
Points South and Souti
and Jacksonville an
and Cuba.
POSITIVELY THE SHQ
NORTH Al
*aFor detailed informatio
man reservations, etc., app
board Air Line Railway, o
Passenger Agent, Columbi
C. B. WALWORTl,
SAVANIl
THE VEGl
SUPERIOR IN QU
TO ALL
NOOKS
i RD
SAddress SOUTf
-''VANNAH,LGA THE
THE SOUTHI
T6e Greai lHighway
T?UROUGH THE
Serg teue Quick
Tavel . T H E s O
The Finest Dining-Ca
Fow detailed laibesuation. to TI
WA Upasene servicH
P&oSr raes,au Scedu, ,
t iMo k wr .t toWAI
~o3rn WM.
DROPSY
10 0AYS' TREATMENT F .E.
p oave made Dropr andi t -ooin
_ 1 oatio a eoialt yfor twAn:y
~ eare:wlt toms wondoerM
uoees . avo oured manythous
'and oae.
SDl. U.. EEN'S 2 00'1 0,
Box i i Atlkuta, Ga.
OARD
-- RAILWAY.
-- EAST -- WEST.
:stibuled Limited Trains
Lnd NEW YORK.
ING CAR SERVICE.
>ute to all Eastern Cities
Washington, or via
ners. To Atlanta,
iis, Louisville, St.
)w Orleans, and All
iwest-To Savannah
d all points in Florida
RTEST LINE BETWEEN
4D SOUTH.
n, rates, schedules, Pull
>y to any agent of The Sea
r J. J. Puller, Traveling
a, S. C.
1sst.Genl.Pass. Agt.,
JAH, GA.
3TAILE FAT
A\LLTV AND PUITY
OTHERS
'!0"T
IERN COTTON (\ C
CAROLUNAS AND GC.
GRN RAILWAY
of TRADE &nd TRAVE.L
iOUTHER~N STATES.
Time Convenient ?eAedules
eure Tuep to those wh.o
UTHEIRN RAILWAY.
sr Service in the World.
etete Rates ad sIepng-Car. reser.
'nt of THEL SOUThZEKN RUAILWAY.
..g, Ea~ .aeagSa.Pe* a. Ag....
TIC(/5Tp4L
UGWFAP4oTf/I{'i
en iti
2 unIexcelled for luxury
iith the latest PulIman
Ioroughfare Cars.
flaps or any informa
J. CRAIO,
General Passenger. Agent,
Wilmingon Nu C.
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD'
E. C. BEATflm, It"lver.
In Ef'eot June 8,11902.
lsetween Anderson and Walballa.
BABTBOUN1D, w8TBOUND
ARRIVE. i.BAV.
Mixed. Mixed
No. 9. No. 12 1tations. No. 11 No.
P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M
3 10 9 66...............Belton............... 8 90 10 0
2 48 983........anderson F. D......... 8 40 1110
2 4 930. ...... a nderson P. D.....8... 45 1111
........ U 25........ W est Audurson....... 8 49 .......
........ 9 09...............D enver.............. 8 59 .....
........ 902...............A utun............... 405 .......
........ 8 55 ...........Pondleton ........... 4 11 .......
........ 8 4?...............Cherry............... 4 18 ......
........ 8 44...............A dam s............... 421 .......
8 28 .....Joidania Junet...... 488 ......
....... 8 25............... eneca.............. 4 85 ........
440 ........
........ 8 08...... ..West Union ......... 6 04 ........
........ 80)............ W alialla ............ 0 . ......
All regular trains froin Bllton toWIhala,
have precedence over trains of s%me class
n oving in the opposite direotton unless oth
orwise specified by train order.
Will aso stop at the following stations to
takt, on and let oit passengers: Phinney's
Jatnes and Sand .
J. H. A D U, $uperintendent
Uharlosto adWster' Carolina Rwv Co.
Augusta and Ashevillo Short Line.
(SoLedulo Liu ITfect March 1,1908.)
(Road Down.) (Read Up)
12.40 pm.........Lv Newberry......... Ar 8.10 pm
1.50 pm .., Ar Laurens............. Lv 2.02 pm
2.07 pm.........Lv Laurens.. .... Ar 1.80 pm
8.80 pm......... Ar 8partanbur..... LV 12 01 m
8.4e pm......... tv Spartanburg..... Ar 10.25 am
6.82 pin .........Ar Saluda......... Lv 8. 89 am
6.11 pat.........Ar Hendersonville Lv 8.05 am
71 n. 4r Ahevlllo........... Lv 7.06 am
12.46 pm...... Lv Newberry (C.N.&1,.) 8 10 pm
1.60 pm..... Ar Laurens..................Ly 2.02 pm
1.55 pm......ILv Laurens.................Ar 1.45 pm
2. 1 pm......Ar Greenwood.............Lv 12.44 pm
6.20 i.in. ... Ar Augusta-..............lv 10.10 am
2 pm......Lv Augusta.................Ar 11.66 am
6.30 p.t....... Ar Beaufort................Lv 7.60 am
6.45 pin...... Ar Port Royal............Lv 7.40 am
12 46 pin......Lv Newberry (o N.&t.)Ar 8.10 pm
1.10 pm..... Ar Laurens ..............Lv 2.02 pm
2.09 pin..... Lv Lauriu ............... &y 1.86 pm
P.26 ptn......Ar Greenville........... Lv 12.15 pm
For further ifornation relative to rates,
etc., oill on, or addroes
GEO. T 11RY kN, Gen. Ag .Greenville, C.
RItNE -T W iLLIAMS, Geo. Pass. Agt
Augusta, Ga.
1. M5. . - r .'n, Tratil Manager.
Co1 mbii Ieowbe ya&wDaiLLCP.
(Eastern Standard Tin e.)
Southbound. Northbound.
Schedule In Effect Augult 26th 1902.
8TATIOS S.
8 40 am Lv Atlanta (O.A.L) Ar. 8 60 pm
10 50 ai Athens 6 19 pin
11 65 am Llberton 5 17 pm
12 58 pmt Abbeville 4 0; pm
I 22 pin Greenwood 3 35 t.m
2 iSpai. Ar Clinton (Dn'r) Lv. 2 45 pm
-- (O.&w.0.)
10 ) an Lv Glenn Springs Ar 4 00 pm
12 16 pi Spartanburg 3 80 pm
12 2 pin (reenville 3 25 pm
(Harris Spring.)
I It pat Waterloo 2 35 pn
1 4 i ar n r Laurens (1)in'r) L.v 2 e' pn
2a l.v Lauzend Al 150
2(9 " Parks Ar 1 42
2 2! ..Clinton.. 1 80
2 84 Goldville 1 17
2 43 ..Kinard.. 1 10
249 ...Gary. 105
254 ..Jalapa. 1 00
310 hewberry 1246
3 24 Prosperity 1282
3 34 ..8 ghe.... 12 23
339 Lt Mountatrs I 19
AM.
3 61 ...Chapin... 1209
8 57 Hilton 1202
1 01 White Rock 11 69
4 t7 Ballentine 11 64
4 17 ...Irmo..... 11 46
4 21 ..Leaphart.. 11 40
4 45 AroolunnblaLv 11 20
pm an
4 65 LVColurn.bta (A.o.L..)Ar 11 am
3 20 Sumter 9 50
9 20 Ar Ohsrleston Lv 7 00
Train4 53 and 62 arrive it' d depart from
new union depot.
TralneR 22 >md 85 from A. C. L. freight depot;
FrRates, TIme Tables, or further Informa
tion call on any Agent, or write to
w. G8. C HILDM, T. Mi. EMERSON,
President. Trafmo Manager.
J1. F". LIVINGSTON, H. Mi. EMERSON,
Sot . A gt. tien'l Frt. & Pass Agt.
Columl'a. 51 C' wl1niurn, N 0
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OF
CURED BY
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patient's knowledge.
White Ribbon Remedy will cure or
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holic stimulants, whether the patient is(
a confirm'ed inebriate, a "tippler," so
cial drinker or dIrun kard. Impossible
for anyone to have an appetite for alco
holic lhquors after using White Ribbon
Remedy.
Indlorsedl by Members of W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Moore, pr'ess superintendent of
Woman's Christian Temperance Union,
Ventura. California, wrtes: "'I have
tested White Ribbon Remedy on ver~y
obstinate drIunkaids, and the cures have
been many. In many eases the Remedy
was given.secretly. I cheerfully recomn
mend and imdorse White Ribbon Reme
dly. Members of our Union are de
lighted to findl an economica! treatment
to aidl us in our temp)erance work. ".
Druggists or by mail, $1. Trial pack
age free by writing Mrs. A. M. Town
sendl (for years secretary of a Woman's
Christian Temperance Union), 218 Tre
mont St., Boston, Mass. Sold in New
herry' by G;ilder & Weeks.
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