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EXICAN banditti history
blazes with two na mos, ilu;
names of two cruel, daring
unddangcri ms I ca di rs. T1 ?esc
names are Juan Ilhulo/.a and ?'ullina.
The en roora of tin pe na n wore rt.man
tic and terrific, Holli sooner or later
came lo bo hale.! \>\ iheir followers,
and both died nun-h as they had lived.
Tile name of Ja ;? 111? ?loza is closely
interwoven with the history of the Kio
Grande front iee. Little lias been writ
ton about thi- brilliant and merciless
leader of tia banditti ol' the north
country, hui Iris narnu is a household
?Word throughout all the ni?tes.
' ,F??r years the a llioritics of Texas
nnd Mexico had pursued this leader.
At. last he was arrested on the Ameri
can side of the line.
F.niotcrlo de la Garza, then n young
man, but later a man high ia the conn
ILLEDOZA FELL AT THU LAWYERS FEET.
sols of the Mexican government, was
called to defend Illedoza. Do la Garza
Iliad been in Texas adjusting a ship
ping dispute and while there agreed to
defend the bhudlt. Hut there waa no
?hope for acquittal, and on the night
.before the trial was to take place
some one bribed the guards-many nay
Do la Garza-and Illedoza escaped.
Eruotorio do la Garza, the able young
Spanish lawyer, completed his other
task and received $10,000 In American
?gold. It wns a long distance to bis
home in Monterey, and $10,000 In ?old
iwos an unsafe burden. There were no
railroads, and the only routes to tho
'Mexican city were through the rough
country, which swarmed with banditti.
For several days De la Garza puzzled
his brain to find a means of conveying
?the gold to Monterey. Ile nt last de
cided to risk the dangerB of the jour
ney, but upon the afternoon of the day
.before be was to start be saw a man
in Mexican garb several times before
his window and then disappear. At
night the face of the Mexican ap
peared at thc window. An Instant later
the door flew open, aud Illedoza, dis
guised, flashed into the room and
locked the door behind him.
"Senor," he said, "do not tell me
what worries you. I know that you
have In this house $10,000 In American
gold, a handsome prize for thc best of
the banditti. 1 believe you are foolish
enough to undertake the trip to Monte
rey. You will die If you do. Every
member of the Rio Grande robbers
from Point Isabel to Fl Paso knows
you have the money, and every road to
Monterey is guarded.
"The gold ls not yours. Senor de la
Garza. You hold lt In trust. If you
are robbed and your Ufo is spared, you
would be disgraced at the end of the
journey. You saved ray Ufo by turning
me free. 1 owe you a debt of gratitude.
I will take the gold to Monterey. At ll
o'clock tonight I shall be here. Re sure
you deliver tho money to nobody else."
At tho appointed hour the young law
yer heard a faint scratching at the
rear door. Before lie could reach it In
stepped a man in rags anti tatters. Ills
face appeared bloated nnd haggard.
Tho peaked Spanish bat was missing.
He did not wear his deerskin clothing
or tho Haring red sash that brands the
"There is no limo to waste. Trust
mo to repay the debt of gratitude I
owe you or you will surely never see
When certain tia? man was Illedoza,
De la Garza banded over the gold.
Juan held it a moment, then laid lt
"liofore I go I must impose upon you
several conditions. You saved my life,
senor, and when 1 deliver this gold and
give you the receipt we are even. You
write the receipt you want signed la
Monterey, ajid nt the end of ten days I
will return It to you signed or I shall
die by the way."
- If a iiiiiti i - -. ? t-15- tl w ?
he is usually di-apt-o?m? d
- Lawyer? have tm excu
iDg hungry, as the ftaiut.es
of providions in them.
- No ni ttl i**in a position
other men MM fl after he has
fingers a fe* tinns.
- Dou't <?'t. m pi io drown
drink: > on will io.ly discover
row is an expert avniuuier.
h ni tn ?elf
?M for ge
ll :i ve lots
HEARD HIM PREACH.
Tho Clergyman, Hie Visitor and Their
'? hard featured man, dressed in
anew suit of very cheap black, called
at thc house <?f a well known clergy
man and upon giving his name waa
invited to take a seat in the gentle
man's st udy.
"I have a few days to spend in
town,*' said the visitor, "and I did
no; want to leave without calling
and paying my respects io you. I
have heard you preach many a
"Yes," said thc ??arson, beginning
lo take an interest in thu visitor.
''1 like your preaching, and,
though I do not belong lo your
church, yet I must say you preach
thc best Kennon 1 ? vcr heard."
"Yes," said tho parson.
"There aro so very few good
preachers now, very few in wiio.se
uprightness wi-ran place trust, that
when we meet one of the right kind
v/c like to express our appreciation/1
"Yes," thc good man repeated,
and as thc bell tinkled lie rose and
said, "Come, my friend, and take
rome lunch with inc."
The visitor was only too happy
and, Heated at tho table, began to
cat with an avidity that attracted
bis host's at tcntion.
"You say thal you have heard
mc preach many n time," remarked
"Oh, yes," tho man replied, con
veying an ample allowance . of
mashed potatoes into his mouth.
"J don't ever remember seeing
you at my church. I suppose you
have heard mc in tho country."
"Xi)," raid tho visitor, helping
himself to heans, "not in tho coun
"Certainly not in town."
"Well, sorter yes and sorter not.
You know you preached at the pris
on for some time. 1 vas lhere for
stealing a lior?o and cart and fin
ished HIV timo today. I'll thank I
you for tho bread."-Tit-Bits.
Had Tried Them All.
One useful element of alitcrary style
is suggestion. The author does not
tell a laborious story. Ile presents a
picture in ns few words ns possible,
allowing thc reader to till in tho de
tails for himself. This wa? tho un
conscious method of little Margaret,
who, says the Fhilndclpl i Tele
graph, had had a present jf some
sugared almonds and was laboring
under an impulse of generosity.
"Aunty," said she, "don't you
Avant Borne of my almonds?"
"Thank you, dear," was the
prompt reply, "J will take ono or
two. Sugured almonds arc favor
ites of mino."
"Well, which is tho most favor
ites, thc pink ones or tho white
"I will take the white ones, please
-that is, if you don't mind."
"That'll be just right, aunty.
You take the white ones, and 1*11
koop tho pink ones. They wcro ail
pink at first."
A Designing Puss.
Miss Joy-Madam, Mr. Foster has
como to take me for a drive. May I
Madam-Y*ou know, Miss Joy,
the rules of the college do not allow
it unless you nre engaged to be mar
ried. Are you engaged to Mr. Fos
Miss Joy (doubtfully)-N-no> but
if you will let mc go I shall bo by
the time we get back.
Don't forget thc old man
with thc fish on his hack.
Fot nearly thirty year.- he
has been traveling around thc
world, and is still traveling,
bringing health and comfort
wherever he goes.
To thc consumptive he
brings thc strength and flesh
he so much needs.
To all weak and sickly
children he c;ivcs rich and
To thin and pale persons
he gives new firm flesh and
rich red blood.
Children who first saw the
old man with the fish arc now
grown up and have children
of their own.
He starids for Scott's Emul
sion of pure 'cod liver oil-a
delightful food and a natural
tonic for children, for old folks
and for all who need flesh and
-rx?c?T=T?& BOWNS. Chemists.
40?-4-15 Paarl Stroet. 3 New York.
BOo. and SLOG j al! druitifiai*.
FATE OF THE FLIES.
What Becomes of All That Aro Pro
duced Each 8eason?
An exchange quotes a distin
guished entomologist as Baying that
a eingle female fly will lay. 120 e 'g.?
during her lifo of from ten ta ii
teen days und that of these ninety;
or a hundred will produce other
flies. During a summer twelve or
thirteen generations of these fliea
will bo produced, so that millions in
cue season may bo tho descendante
of a single fly.
'.Millions'' is a feeble word to ex
press thc number that would be
produced under tiii.s est?mate. Put
ting thc ?iret generation at 100 and
allowing that half ?d' them are fe
males. Lin,? second generation would j
number 5,000, with 2,500 females.
The third generation would number ;
??50,000, thc fourth 1,250,000 and |
the Jiftli (?2,500,000. Continuing
thc calculation on thc same system
to the twelfth generation, we should
get a grand total ot' 4,882,812,500,
000,000,000, or, expressed in words,
four quintillions, eight hundred and
eighty-two quadrillions, eight hun
dred and twelve trillion.-;, live hun
dred billions, a number quite incon
ceivable. Estimating Hie popula
tion of tho earth at a billion and a
half, Llii.s would give 3,255,208,
333 1-3 Hies to every man, woman
und child on earth, all tho descend
ants of one Hy in a single Hummer.
it is true in this calcul?t ion we
have taken the higher number of
flies to begin with-100 instead of
00-but in return wc have left off
thc thirteenth generation (as un
lucky), whick would have given us a
total fifty times greater, KO thc cal
culation may bc taken as a fair one.
lt must he that the estimate of
flies or of generations is too ?ibernL
A great many of thc eggs must per
ish, and the number ol' Hies that arc
hatched must be overestimated. ?We
could not cope with thc flics at the
rate of increase herc given.
Thc question is pertinent. What
becomes of all tho flies ?-Louisville
A dahlia garden where thc flow
ers arc cut at about noon is a regu
lar pothouse for bees and wasps and
even thc big bungling bumblebees
do not refuse to imbibe. From thc
cut stem of thc plant on sunny days
about noon a juice exudes that seems
to bc a whole sideboard of intoxi
cants for the insects, and for two or
three hours afterward tl 3 won't go
home till morning state iii very ap
parent. The industrious, steady go
ing bees, misled into tasting it, will
iirst stagger, then drop to the
ground and with hoad down at
tempt to drag themselves home,
only to finally roll over and give up
to it. Pretty soon they recover and
arc ready to try it again if the
temptation remains. If not, they
take up the burden of work and
probably have some excuse to offer
for time lost and no returns. Bees
and wasps and bumblebees aro not
whito ribboncrs if opportunity of
fers.-Detroit Free Press.
A Hot Bath .to Bring Sleep.?
A hot bath will bring sleep. Sup
pose a person be so tired cut by
overwork of any kind as to feel
nervous, Irritable and worn, to be
absolutely certain that bed means
only tossing for hours in an unhap
py wakefulness (we all know this
condition of tho body and mind),
turn on the hot water in the bath
room and Boak in the hot bath until
the drowsy feeling comes, which will
be within three minutes; turn on
cold water until it becomes tepid;
then rub yourself with a coarse
Turkish towel until the body is per
fectly dry and then go to bed. You
will sleep the sleep of the just and
rise in tho morning wondering how
you could have felt so bad the
night before. Thc bath has saved
man}' a ono from a sleepless night
if not from a scvere headache the
Why lt Wac a Necessity.
A minister of a rural parish in
Scotland observed one of his flock
shooting a hare on thc Sabbath.
SVhcn catechising day came round,
ho questioned him as follows:
"John, do you know what a work
of necessity is?"
<;I do." *?id John.
"Well, do you think shooting a
bare on a Sunday a work of ncces
"It is that," caicl John.
"How do you make that out?"
"Weel, yo seo, meen ister, it raicht
bo a wa' on Monday," was John's
A Forcible Way of Putting lt.
A nautical term comes with a
L'ind of shock in art criticism, but
Lhere was a certain pertinency in
thc remark of a good mayor of
f.lloucoster, Muss., who said, speak
ing of tho picture of n predecessor
m his office, that it was a pretty
good likeness, but with a man of his
style of features a profile view
would never bc as effective ns
though it wore taken a little more
- Must bache'ov's idea of misery is
being alone witi H antsy baby,
- When a man i* in love ho doesn't
know axle grease from butter.
- But fer ih?* donkey's big. ears ho
couldn't appr?cia.** his own music
- Children put i rown peopl-i to
shame when it comes ti telling the
- People who always sav n\ at they
think usually think % 'ot of disagreea
The Earth's Motion.
That the earth's motion has an
appreciable effect upon artillery fire,
deflecting thc projectile from a
straight course, may be news to
many and as such would probably
faeem a novel notion. It has, and
the exact nature and cxtcntof tho ef
fect are important points of study
with artillery experts. An English
army expert told of the resulta of
many interesting experiments along
this linc in a paper read before the
Royal Artillery institution. 1'iring
from north to south, there is a di- j
vergence of projectiles to thc loft, !
duo to thc earth's rotation, and fir
ing il no north the divergence is to
thc right. The extent of the "pull"
varies at diff?rent points of the
earth's surface and with projectiles
fired at different speeds and eleva
tions. Tn England a deflection of
five inches is found to occur with
the projectile of a twelve pounder in
a -1,U00 yard range.
Imitation Not Flattery.
Once upon a time Ibero was a
fashionable woman who Lad her
portrait painted by a clever and
conscientious artist, who lacked
worldly wisdom, but who made a re
markably correct likeness of her.
"Horrid!" exclaimed thc woman
when she saw tho completed picture.
"Just, sec those wrinkles, and then
you have made it look a dozen years
olde.: than I am."
Moral.-Imitation may be sin
cere, but it is not always flattery.
New York Herald.
"I could have told you that was
a mistake/' exclaimed thc honest
man with thoughtless exultation.
"When could you have told me?'
demanded tin.' other.
Now, the ?honest man didn't ex
pect to bo driven into a corner like
this. Still he was an honest man,
and so after a momentary struggle
with his conscience he replied hon
"I could have told you just about
the time you found it out yourself."
Among the presents formerly of
fered as New Year's gifts were pins,
which were first made in the carly
part of thc sixteenth century. How
ever trilling such gifts might now
appear, it was then highly valued,
as previous to the invention of pins
clumsy wooden skewers were in use
for fastening garments. In this
manner arose the term "pin money"
in marriage settlements, the bride
stipulating for or the groom volun
tarily conceding a certain annual al
lowance with which to purchase
what was then deemed a luxury.
In time tho term came to be ap
plied in the more extended sense to
signify any sum over which the wife
shall have absolute* control, inde
pendent of her husband. Though
no longer used in legal instruments,
the term is still retained colloquial
ly as denoting a stipulated sum for
thc wife's private use.
Restraining the Beard by Law.
In the reign of "good Queen Bess"
an attempt was made by some of the
heads of Lincoln's Inn to restrain
the growth of tho legal beard. It
was resolved that "no fellow of that
house should wear a beard of above
a fortnight's growth," which no fel
low, was likely to do if he consulted
his own comfort. Although, as we
read in the "Percy Anecdotes,"
transgressions of this resolution
were punished with fine, loss of
commons and final expulsion, such
waa the vigorous resistance to the
tyrannical order that in the follow
ing year all previous orders respect
ing beards were repealed.-English
Continues to make
Gentlemen s-In September, 1803, I
In a month after tho disenso started
bed. lt continued to Brow worso until
BO much so that I could not uso tho
foot touohod my hips. I waa os helph
Tho muscles of my arms and legs, were
many times over. Was treated by six d
Msr.cn, but nouo o? them could do mo a
c;so to seo me. He told mo to try youi
of the medicino and I hegr.n to tau o it I
began to got better. I used flvo and a
That was two years ago, and my health 1
no symptoms of rheumatism. I regs
remedy for rheumatism '.n the market
recommended lt to ott- .?vs since and lt h
Will say f urthor, tnnt I bogan to wn
KIIBUHAOIDE," with the aid of crutch
to take lt, I could walk as good as any bo
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A NICE LITTLE TRUST.
lt Was All In the Family and Rather j
Rough on the Drummer.
"Owing to a railroad smashup I
got left in a little Nebraska town
one night/' said the drummer, ac- |
cordi.ig to the Detroit Free Press.
"It was a wretched town and a still
worse hotel. My room was small,
and the bcd was as hard as a board.
I got up feeling mad, and after a i
miserable breakfast I was ready to 1
boil over. Thc boiling caine when ?
the landlord presented me wi*Lh a j
bill for $4.
"Ts this correct?' I asked as I
looked at the ligures.
" 'Entirely so,' he replied.
" 'Then you are a blamed old
"The landlord had three sons,
and when the}' began to mix in 1
turned on them and gave 'em come
redhot talk. When ? stopped for
breath, tho old man, who turned out
to be a justice of the peace, sat down
in a chair and calmly announced:
"'Hear ye! Hear ye! I now de
clare this court duly opened. James,
have you any business?'
" T have/ replied his eldent son,
who announced to me that he was a
constable and that I was under ar
rest. He then made a charge against
me, one of the other brothers tcsti
iicd as to my language, and his
honor fined me $10. As thc third
brother hadn't taken any part, I
turned to him and sarcastically
"'Where do vou come in?'
"'Me?' he replied. 'Oh, Pm the
town marshal, and as you are evi
dently a desperate character I shall
lock you up l'or a couple of days and
then run you out of town/
"It was a nico little family trust,
you sec,"' smiled the drummer, "and
I couldn't beat it. I was locked up
for forty-eight hours, but I had to
pay thc hotel bill and the line, and
when I was set at liberty and got
my mouth open to say something
else* thc jailer laid a hand on my
arm and whispered:
"'Don't do it. I (ira the old
man's son-in-law, and if you kick
against my jail he'll make your next
stop twenty days/ "
Bird's Nest of S':ccl.
In the museum of natural history
at Soleure, Switzerland, there
perhaps thc most extraordinary
bird's nest in existence. It is made
entirely of steel.
In Soleure arc many clockmak
i ers' shops, and in the yards of these
shops broken clock springs are often,
thrown. A clockmaker one day saw
: in a tree in his yard a peculiar kind
of nest and upon f urther investiga
tion discovered that a pair cf wag
tails had utilized the unused bits of
steel lying about and built a home
entirely of clock springs.
In size it measured more than
four inchc3 across, and it was ap
parently as comfortable for its in
mates as if the usual materials had
been employed. After thc brood
had been reared the deserted nest
was taken to the museum, where it
is now exhibited, a striking illustra
tion of the skill and ingenuity of
birds in turning their surroundings
A young servant girl asked leave
to attend a friend's funeral. Her
mistress put herself to some incon
venience to allow her to go. On her
return, much to the lady^s surprise,
she gave a month's notice, and
when asked the reason for so doing
"Well, ma'am, to tell the real
truth, the corpse's husband said I
was the life and soul of the whole
party, and I'm engsged to be mar
ried to him."
Dildos, 8. C., AugYl?th, 1002.
took rheumatism in a very bad form.
I had to give up roy work and KO to
t roy arms and bands woro badly drawn,
m. My legs were drawn back until my
389 as a baby for nearly twelve months,
i hard and shriveled up. I suffered death
ifferent physicians in McColl, Dillon and
ny Rood, until Dr. J. F. ewing, of Dillon,
? BnKtTMACiDE." He got me one bott!??
md before the first bottle was used up I
half bottles and was completely cured,
bas been excellent ever since. I lavo had
rd " RHEUM ACIDO" na by far tho best
-" I cannot say too much for lt. I havo
as cured them.
Ik in about six days after I began to take
ea; in about three months ofter I began
dy, and wont back to work again,
ery truly, JAMES WILKES.
ts prepaid on receipt of $i.oo.
- Baltimore, fid.
KO BETTER PIANOS
Made in tho world, and no lower
prices Ab* lubdy the highest grade
tba: can be found, aud the hurprise is
how can euch hieb grade Pmnoa bo
Lad BO reaaoriabie ? Well, it'* this
way : Piano* are bt-ing sold ot too
great a profit. I save you from 25 to
40 per cent in the cost. I am my own
book-keeper, salesman abd rot lector
.- the whole ''Show." "en! No
worked-over, second-hand reposststd
sfndc. I do not cell that kind. If you
are alright your credit it good with mo
I i? the <<fcrpeuter."
M. L. WILLIS.
When the cold wave flag is up, freezing; weather ison the way. Winter I
is here in earnest, and with it all the miserable symptoms o 2 Catarrh I
return-blinding headaches and neuralgia, thick mucous discharges I
from the nose and throat, a hacking cough and pain in the chest, bad g i
taste in fae mouth, fetid breath, nausea and all that makes Catarrh the jj j
most sickening and disgusting of all complaints. It causes a feeling of per.1
sonal defilement and mortification that keeps one nervous and anxious while
in the company of others. . _ _, _ ? . . j
r" ."ui ~t "ii ?nr^^? *? ?^"-?4. i* Hanohestor, Va., March 6,160L
in spite of all efforts to prevent it, QeaUomen:-IhadaUth6?y?i?SL.
the filthy secretions ami mucous mat- that acoompftny this disease, ?uch??
ter find their way into the Stomach, mucus dropping in the throat, a coa!'
and are distributed by the blood to ?tant desire to hawk and ?pit, foehn? '
every nook and corner of the system; of dry nos a In the throat, cousu ?nj'
the Stomach and Kidneys, in fact spittinc upon riling in the morning;
every organ and part of the body, be- scabs forminer in the nose, which re.
come infected with the catarrhal quired muon effort to blow out, some,'
M.. . .. . . ., tines sansins the ?nu tovitn?,-. ... i
poison. This disease is rarely, if ever lfj M6 JJ^ a Blok headac^j
eveninitscarlieststages.apurelylocal had thus suffered for five year.,
disease or simple inflammation of the j commenced to take S. 8. 8. andi
nose and throat, and this is whysprays, after X had taken three large bottles
.washes, powders and the various in- I noticed a chanco for the bettor!i
haling mixtures fail to cure. Heredity Thus encouraged, I continuedve *aka!
is sometimes back of it-parents have ** ?nd ln a,,hort While was entirely]
it and so do their children. ?Tie*- ??TBO*
In the treatment of Catarrh, anti- Main and Vine Sts.,Biohmond,vt.
septic and soothing washes are good for cleansing purposes or clearing f-'J
head and tliroat, but this is the ;:t-nt of their usefulness. To cure Catai.M
permanently, the blood must be purified and the system relieved of its load
of foul secretions, and the remedy to accomplish this is S. S. S. which L J
S_ ^j^BBfc. uo equal as a blood purifier. It restores!
j^aaaZS LV?^^tS t?e d1o?^ to anatural, healthy state and
tt C^"^* ? '^fcZ^ catarrhal poison and effete matter1
^r^**^^ are carried out of the System through the
fe. ?fl W y |l proper channels. S. S. S. restores to the!
?j1**^^ C^^^F hlood all its good qualities, and when!
^**s^^ ^t****^ rich, pure blood reaches the inflamed!
membrane and is carried through the circulation to all the Catarrh infected)
portions of the body, they soon heal, the mucous discharges cease and tho*
patient is relieved of the most offensive and humiliating of all complaints.!
S. S. S. is a vegetable remedy and contains nothing that could injure the1
most delicate constitution. It cures Catarrh in its most aggravated forms,:
and cases apparently incurable and hopeless. Write us if you have Catarrh,
and our physicians will advise you without charge.
THE S Wi FT SPEOmO OO.. ATIAHTQ, QA,
-A^nci r?ow it's.
.A.S well as-.. *
Organs and Sewing Machines
We want to tell you about, but you will have to come to the Store. Thia
paper is not big enough to tell you about all the good things we have for you
and leave any space for other news.
Prices have surely taken a tumble
Good Sewing Machine (jiew) for 815.50 ju?t to reduce stock
THE C. A. REED MUSK HOUSE.
A G. STRICKLAND,
OFFICE-Front Booms over Farm
era and Merchants Bank.
The opposite cnt Illustrates Con
tinuous* Gum Teeth. The Ideal
Plate- inor* n'ranly than the natu
ral teeth. Ko had taste or breath
from Pia* -.% ol tbls kind*
- TBK -
BANK OF ANDERSON.
'J. A. BROCK, President.
JOS. M. BROWN, Vice President,
B. P. MATJLDIN. Cashier.
AT HORSE SHOEING
We can serve you promptly and in a
workman-like manner. Repairs on
Carriages, Buggies and Wagons al
ways secure close attention. The Wag
ons we build have nothing but high
PAUL E. STEPHENS.
COLLECTING time is at hand,
and I take this method of notifying
pli parties owing me that I 1 must
make all collections in full. an<V. un
less you arrange same soon I 'will
send a collector to seo you.
% S. FOWLER.
Sept 24, 1002 _14
THE STATE OF SOUTH,CAROLINA,
. COUNTY OF ANDERSON.
COURT OK COMMON PLEAS.
Loni i "iwtunna, ne? Warren, and Rota Lucretia
Neal, nee Warren, FUlntlfl'-. against Joba M.
Wurreu, Codie Brown, nee Warren, .1. C. Jtck
son, a* Administrator or tim Kauto of John M.
b urren, deceased, and Mr* S. J. Peoples, D?
fendants -Summons fur lie lief-(Complaint
To tho Defendants a'-ovo named :
YOU are hereby summoned and required, to an
swer thc Complaint in thia action, of which
a copy is herewith sirred upon y u.and to serve a
copy of your answer to the said Complaint oh the
subscribers at their o like, in the Peuples Bank
Building, Anderson C. H., 8. C., within twenty
dayB after the service hereof, exclusivo of the
day of such servico: and if you fall to answor
the Complaint within the time aforesaid, the
Plaintiffs in this ac?oa will apply to tho Court
for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
Dated nt Anderson, s. CL Oct. 29, ?. I?. 10)2.
. BONHAM A WATKINS,
[SKAL] Jons tl] WATKIXS, O C. C. P.
J ihn absent Defendanti, rodi? Brown, John M.
Warren and J. G. Jacki on. as Administrator of
thc IC it it o of Joh a M Warren, deceased.
Piesse take notioe .'hat tho Summons and Com
pil?t in this action vere filed in the office of the
clark ' the Court ol Comaoo ^leas for Anderea
County. S. C, on October 201li, 1902, and that th?
otjfct of this action is to procure a partition and
sate of th?i Lot of Land described io tho Complaint.
BONHAM & WATKINS, Plaintiffs' Att'ya.
[??TAI.] Jwo. C. WATKINS, O O c, P.
Oct 29, 1902 20 S
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