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PICKENS, S. C. :
SATURDAY, NOYEMIBEtR 10, 1V''.
An exchange remarks that, "a St.
Louis woman who was sued for pay.
rwent of a costly pair of corsets will
endeavor to prove in court that they
lib not fit her snugly." St. Louis
is in Missouri, you know
Secretary Shaw his figured it out
that Uncle Sam will need $924,562,.
146.07 next year. We will cheerful.
ly contribute the seven cents if other
generous neRhews of our good uncle
will look after the remainder.
The School census gives Chicago
a populatiou of 1,780,000, whereas
the city directory's .estimate is 2,.
300,000. We can't help believing
that there is carelessness somewhere
in connections with these guesses.
"You can't tell a man from Chi
cago-anything." That answer won
the $10 prize for the following ques
tion "How can you tell a Chicagoan?"
The second prize was given to a wo.
man from Goshen, Ind., who said
"Whisper canned meat" and "look at
his wife's feet."
Almost every town has a charac
ter who sprained his back in 1863,
or thereabouts. He is physically un
able to work' but he can sit all day
on a hard box in a livery stable play.
ing checkers, while his wife chases
underbreeches up and down the wash
board to keep him in smoking tobacco
Did you ever watch the man with
nothing to do? Well, he has the
hardest job of any one we ever stu
died. Loafing and idling time away
may look good to the man who is
putting in ten hours daily for six
daSys out of the week, but let himi
loaf for a couple of weeks and the
chances are he will be the most un
happy and discontoLuted man in town.
A muan went into an undertaker's
shop the other (liy alnost oJver.
whelmed with grief. The kind un
dertaker nootbhed the catllar as b)est he
could befloreO astking for thle orth-r.
Finally the manL was able to tel
what the trouble( was: "I have Jost
my wile,"' h. isobbed, tuil the n u~ ii
rcteh the top, y'ou wvill ha:v t'i etuni
upI 27 feet. .f youi labl I i .mi d o
end to end(, youh wold( ha;vu to v 11.
nearly twelve miles. If you iiil to
amout in sit vet dolbhir-, 4 he'p'
wvould he0 a mile and1( ai id highi.
,And so on).
hiMl 1f, Ever Occur 1. ou
Did you over think to look over
a list of young unmarinriedl 1m121 o
your acquiniftanico, and( see hi n
mancuy of them: are really al)e to
support a wife,~ and the~ consequenti(i
family? 1 am spea~kinlg morei' pari
ticuilarly of the smll town andliil
n)ob of tho fatrmer, who is a in
uto himsel f. The re~suiit o~1f such
an: in vestigattioni wouldl problyf )3
stdrtle you immensely. Not n'o
young nutan ini ten, baus'd on~ a v"ry
conisurvative estima~te, is rnore 4h a
able to take care of hiimself or has 1
acquiried( any p)roperty whateve.r
or Ifaid up a penlny for the' mrarried
emergencey, 'They are depondinig
on somthinug to turn up l that will
* relieve theni of any such responsi.
bility, or believe in th eold yet conI
tinually refuted 'adage, two can
Le as one. They rnarry someo
d(iepated love-sick girl and trust
to luck to bring~ tht..t out of the
pit that they have vo'ntnhirily dlntg,
fur theiselves. The re.It is eith
er ii dvorce er a c ntc,n tattl stru.g
u owith thr. Sum1't wvfof," pov,"rty,
whi1l the v,it:;; i c- v. that thitks
in youlthfll wisdom that life Ia
livabl o(nr love anid k1- e. iiec Out
of thwinld'w to tormi1en1t into a
repetition of the err<.r some other
young couple. The of'spring go to
help) on (U crimlikal list. if every
young lant could lhe brought to
see that provision for a family is
one of the first prerequisites of
such a step, the world will soon be
brought to that sought for millen
ium, that happy conception when
every man has attained the acme of
greatness-the wisdom of 40 at the
age of 20.
Oyster Supper at Liberty.
The young ladies of the Methodist
Church of Liberty will give an Oys.
ter supper at the residence of Mrs.
B. R. Ford on Thursday evening
November 13th 1906, Mrs. 'Ford's
home will be open to the public.
Everybody is cordially invited to at
tend. Oysters will be ready to serve
at 7;30 o'clock. Music will be fur.
nished by several young ladies.
Keep the bowels open when you have
a cold and use a good remedy to allay
the inflammation of the mucons mem.
braunes. The best is Kennedy's Laxative
Honey and Tar. it contains no opiates,
moves the bowels, drives out the oold.
Is relinble and tastes good. Bold by
Pickens Drug Oo.
lbr chlldren eafe eaure. JKo opiates
Corrected weekly by Heath Bruce Morrow
These quotations are given every Fri
day at noon and the price of cotton is
for that day only. Two hours after th<
price is given the market may bo up 01
down ten points.
Spot Cotton........... ... ............ .. 10
'Men .--....... .......... ........... .. ..1.3
H ens-.............. .... .. ........... ...'5 to 1
( t11'kcn ................8 to
...er... ............. ........ ......... .....E
.r.h...at..... ................ ......... . 1.11
Iw e 'otatoes............. ...........; to
llatiit'.................. .. ...... .....
Maymen give lavishly of gold,
To bmild b)ralges4 antd easilets and lowr a
If y'olu at (everl '.'ting hunte. a blnerae
Give he p an ineedyIek Mtn
:li I >v islod It o : m o
of Cod L.iver Oil
I t w ill nuonih niud si rent hieu
Wli(1( the bod y i wnst inig2F frm
" ty enusoti, eit(her iti children'u
We wlI scud you n sample free.
IHe suret' that i bis pie
111 ini t hi, foi i of ( a
hl is on fhe wttrajtppe
800TT & BOWN
400 PearlS81., New York
ti0c. niind $1 .00.
- The b'rd law (lots not go intc
offect titil the 15th instant. Those
who havo i'cea iutnting hereuofon
have l id them :elves liable to the
-- Dr. Wl. M. HI-,rt.on, the pop)1uai
<1entist, has locatedl at Liberty for thor
practico of hiS profestion, and wil
tmalke perio ical visits to other tow%ns
in the county. He will be in Pichiu
Monday the 12th (see his notico in
the business column) and solicits
your patronage. The doctor comes
highly reconmended by people whom
you know, and all his work is first
class and guaranteed.
-We call your attention to the ad
of Messrs. Hunt & Harper, of Seneca
which appears in this issue, on the
same page with and under the ad o
J. Thos. Arnold Co. They rece'tly
had a fire and have arranged witi
the insurance companies to sell the
damaged goods' so will inaugurate
a fire sale the 10th instant. Go an<
see what they have got if you wan
borgains you will find them there.
-Claude Rester is the champlon
hunter of this section; he has fou
good dogs, and nearly every night h
goes out and by bed time has any
where from two to five possums
These are the best bunters in th
county or possums are the mos
plentiful, one of the two. Any hov
it is, Claude says his dogs are not fo
sale and as soon as hu can get a suit
able building to keep them in he i
going into catching possums rig:
and starting a "possum market" here
Every enterprise, no matter what i
is, helps the town and every body i
fond of -"baked possum and swe
The Knock-out Blow.
The blow which knocked out Corbet
was a revelation to the prize fighters
From the earliest days of the ring th
knock-out blow was aimed for the jaw
the temple or the jugular vein. Stomaci
punches were thrown in to worry an
weary the fighter, but if a scientific mai
had told one of the old fighters that th
most vulnerable spot was the region o
the stomach, he'd have laughed at hin
for an ignoramus. I)r. Pierce is. bringin;
home to the public a parallel fact; tha
the stomach is the most vulnerable orgai
out of the prize ring as well as in it. W
protect our heads, throats, feet and lungs
but the stomach we are utterly indif?er
ent to, until disease finds the solar plexu
and knocks us out. Make your stomacl
sound and strong by the use of Docto
Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, an<
you protect yourself in your most viiner
able sp'ot. "(olden Medical D)iscovery
cu o wak stomachi," inigestion,o
dyVsp(psia. torpi liver. ha<l. tin antd im
pa u bilood a otr diseases50 of the or
gun of' ( d(iges t-ho a nil iiutri t in.
'ie "(iihh-nu l\eii cai.il )is'overy "has
suirfaces an d benee cuiri ci aarh, ni
mai~t nr wvl i-re bii-atedi or whanzt stagei
is well i' cleanse the intissages with D)n
'iina ;h, h w 's hu hh an the
ii * I. I
DollCill( tht e el'l (X .
SONCit \<)drcCo t) a ('| InLi
9a h pttains to souu
bank n,(illd mehods,IdU !~.~
o - i Sib day of I )ect n,b.i 19fi itI
*e of i.lor~mr \lerek, ia ai iimd, andc
* t'- i ~<h Iiiharge ms IImimin t,trk ra of
d . tate. ib .. lr ,
I Noembe,10t \l('. 'wtetild
and the M
S "Sloains Tre
.- Address D
.] Afflicted With Sore Eyes for 33 Years.
I. have been afflicted with sore eyer
for thirty-three years. Thirteen yeas
r ago I became totally blind and was blind
for six years. My eyes was badly iu.
3 flamed. One of my neighbors Insisted
upon my trying Chamberlain's Salve
and gave me half a box of it. To my
surprise it healed my eyes and my sight
e came back to me.-P. C. EAR[ E, Cyn
t thiana, Ky. Chamberlain's Salvo is for
sale by Pickens Drug Co.
r Mesult of Neglect
In most cases consumption results
from a neglected or improperly treated
B cold. Foley's ioney and Tar cures the
t most obstinate coughs and prevents
serious results. It costs you no more
- than the unknown preparations and you
t should iiisit upon having the genuine
B in the yellow package. Parkins Pharin
acy, Liberty, and Pickens Drug Co
A llad'y Bnrned Girl
or boy. man or wom n. is quickly out
of pain if Bucklen's Arnica Salve is up
plied promptly. G. J. Welch, of Tekon
sha, Mich., says: "I use it in my family
for cats, sores an.i all skin ir.juries, and
find it perfect." Quickest Pile cure
known. Best healing salve made. 25c 1
at Picke:s Drug Co.
A Young Mother At "O.
"My mother has suddenly been made
young at 70. Twenty years of intense
suffering from dyspepsia had entirely
disabled her, until six months ago, when
she began taking Electric Bitters, which
have completely cured her and restored
the streiigth and activity she had in the
prime of life," writes Mre. W. L. Gilpat
s rick, of Danforth, Me. Greatest restora
i tive medicine on the globe. Sets Stom-.
r ich, Liver and Kidneys right, purifies
l the blood, and cures Malaria, Billious
ness and WVeaknesses. Wondeiful
Nerve Tonic. Price 50c. Guaranteed
by Pickens Drug Co.
Foley's Kidney Cure will cure any
case: of kidney troub,le thaf! is not beiyonid
med(icatl idi. I 'ark ins Phanrma'v . Lii,- -
t.y, andl P'icknus Drug Co.
.1 Tim (iiwst i<of o in~ t o -c enld
- iu1 wltleil wt* are ail ui'o''' 'a it"e-s it,<r
- sted, er ine <i'uelo r a e.hl i.-so e
th m t r - ts P e .n i :e r
L .iipe 44.,esodru reie
A 4hw :un 1 fay )o r an ma e we
lu4 srn enug to44 wado'(;
"r-mpion, on-h an al. 0 n
410.Gaate by Pikn Dr4 t
luscles and Joints
sd by usag
25c, 50c & $1.00
I by all Dealers
atise On The Horse'Sent Free
r. Earl S.Sloan,Boston,Mass.
NOTI03E.-Any and every body who
wants their cotton ginned for the 25th
pound and the bagging and ties fnr
nisbed free of charge or for one dollai
per bole and pay 65 cents for bagging
and ties, just bring it to A. D. Mann's
new system ginnery and. get the very
best work that can be done in a very
short time. Can save )ou time and you
won't have anything to do. Also will
pay you the market price for your cotton
seed. Yours, A. D. Mann.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
estate of J. L. Collins. deceased, shall
present the same, duly attested, to A. J.
Boggs, C. C. P., administrator of said
estate. on or by the 24th day of Decem
ber. 1906. All persons owing said estate
shall make payments to A. J Boggs, 1
. C. P.. administrator, on or by the 24th
day of December, 1906.
A. J. Boggs, C. P,,
Administrater of the cestate of J. L.
October t7th, 1906.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claim against the S
state of the late Job C. Smith must
)resent the same duly proven on or l a
efore the 1st day of December. 1906, or
e debarred payment; and all persons I
ndebted to said estate must make pay- U
nent on or before the above date to the
indersigned. M. T. Smith,
[00 LOTS FOR SALE*
Lands have been
out in)tO lots and
laid off in streets.n
T'hey are level
and well located t
aind the siizes vairy
from one-ha11 to
LInl* V)I *\ )I -
, 1 -I
- ' r - ~ ~
rYOU NG LAD;S, FcRonr.oke, \'.
A ' Buin s y M'cine \ or- By soirn'. n
rnsh Europnealt and ARnewlen V-'rom
I 1 tteIonr ioorYa ntIcy~ n ei ga . Di jur ,
I' i ' naa EletIio. tDi e. h t \~el e ', I[t,lt'~
IIlitt frorn* Is sitO(. M-o itntalogue ill lrb-'
\o n ii. l.1.\Rr, re stIlnt . 1.oIn atn y
HOLLIUG STE FRSLW E0~
0, W e R: 2n-'1ow sihov
0 arge#,t anwl lan;ct so
D ry ("eords We hav'
si--ftig Uf U)tton F11
VUrd to Wool (;Gool
highor primes, we ha
to whe-re wo sell yoi
as little money ta hr
be sold for. We h
thing you want in t
* Our Wool and Cottc
* good as can be had
money. Our 25 ote
that money can buy
Wool and Cotton B
# variety from 50 eta.
We have all the
want for Men, Won
better goods than I
same price. Hosier
dress ahirte, the be
Big Stock neckwear.
SHEOSI Well, d,
interest. When you
of any kind for any
family Uome Here i
Now is a good time when ther
n our City, to find out how ret
elling our merchandise and ft
oods now than the advertised I
We have still in our always s,
ome two and three piece suits w
bly low prices considering the
)f Coca-Cola and other Ice C
I can fill your bill for any occas
ers, Picnic or Sociable occasions
any drops in. Send your ordei
'ill be promiptly filled with fresh
1e market affordis.
C..ouintry proch: ce bougLht and
our1 patron'ag is apprelciatedi
hei.~~st c:51h prc fC' or Chicke
A mon! thim ar th le recomlmel
hwks'.: withI womh lts, whih (i I
.\l rd ie-v l i;v K S FIA,'EIRX
I blowers; have i ed the
l1 f.led to get the m)onely. DJ
(Xc)ount withi them to.day and:
Interest paid on timei depjosil
$I.oo will openI an account
S. C. ,
idag oo of tl40
lceted Khucks of0
ever sIo%1n, con.
brioM from 5c a
a up to $1.50 a
nhug the talked of
eo cut. our profits
good goods for
)UOet goods can
ave nlnoat any.
ice dress goods. +
in Flannels are as
anywhere for the
Jeans is the best
for that price.
lankets in great
up to $8.00.
en and Children, #
ast year for the *
y department al.
UIen's work and
At on the market.
Dn't forget your
want good shoes
member of the
md get our war
A. K. PARK.
e are so many Sales going
isonable we have always be
)r how less you can buy
)rices of our competitors.
uperb stock, some very ha
hich we are selling at rema
Greenville, S. i
Ad Drinks' don't forget *
;ion- Weddings, Sunday Di
or when unexpected c&i
s to me and rest assured th<
goods and the very best th;
ns and eggs.
.J . \],: ).u
d line of
)duuhlo old sI,vl 8 t h TFhonuinS
Fu ll in; ai) t speci'l bar'g.ins.
of mnelty in~ the counl ftry.
lays are dan rous.(pn
HI. (C. Shirle:y, C'ashier.
with the LibeCrty IBank.