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DO IT NOW.
l4rom the Now York Sun.
When you've got- a job to do,
Do it now!
if it's one you wish Was through,
J)o it now!
if you're sure tio job'i your own,
"u Ust tacklli ii alono:
I:nt't b ;al1 i haw and groltn-.
I)o 't, now!
11,11't ;ut il' a bit of work.
I)o it now!
t rfeinn't pay to i rk.
f Y.Vnsnt. lo fil II 1!t)Ine
.1;d (em uti ful tcc 111v race
t.-S got, up1 and( iiaim ii brace,
I)o it now
m1't 1il.er iv the naN,
Do it noyv
--nt'Il loS(' it :;ctu dtmlav.
I! othc r f+llowe wait.
: ost to u t iiu it's lato.
ouI hit. u) i fast'r gait
l)o it ow !i'
K l:NDl)'lOIN F'A ERFS' SOC I I7TY
This Hall built by the Soctvty I426.
quarterly meetings nd Thurstay in
Feb., May, Aug.. Nov.
The above is an inscription to bo
placed on a marble tablet 3 x ri foot
over the front door of the o1(1 Farmer's
Hall at Pendleton. Ir you think there
;s any mistake as to dates or correct
ness of this incsription, pleaso send in
your evidenco to either Professo1 C. L.
Newman, Clemson College, S. C. or
.1.0. Stribling,Penleton S C. who havo
hoou elected by the Society,to compile
thu new history of the Society.
Rockefellre's Wig Artist.
John 1). Rockefeller does not seem
to be bothering himself about this
wave of agrarianism. He does not
(tare if rebates are cut oil, nor if
rtailroadls aro rc(uired to haul pas
sengers at two cents a mile, nor if
6Ir. IHariman is put to jail. He does
not seem to bo disturbing himself
theso days about Miss Tarbell. He is
0cncZerne d about wigs; and that men
m11ust admit is in some men at least,
John 1). among them, not an im
John D. got tired looking at the
pictures of his bald pate. For some
thing like a decade he has had very
little else to do than look at the pic
"tures, resting himself between times
by hoeing in his garden. He has
attempted to hire somebody else to
-count his money and it has proved
too big a job for anybody he has yet
found. But that is not the subject;
the cartoonists had much fun and
gave the country much fun drawing
pictures of the slick, bald head. Peo
pIe thought John D. was so absor bed
in industrialism, in philosophy, in
oil, or whatever he has been sup
posed to be absorbed in, that he was
wholly immune to the wounds which
self-respect is heir to. Perhaps so,
but there is more in the makeup of
humanity than self respect. The n
is a consciousness of self-beauty.
John D. hunted up a wig. Pulling
it hurriedly over his head he went tc
church. The next day the cartooms
were more hideous than ever. The
wig did not fit, and John D. was
After wandering around in thi'
wilderness of wigs for several years,
the oil king has at last found a man
who' could make one to fit him. This
man was niot a wig maker, it most
be und(erstood. He was a wig artist
A~ poor man was this wig art'si
wh,e:i M1r. Rockefeller's faithful valet
discovered him. He occupied a little
unplrtentioust, iiincmodious shop in
Now York. Now his sto)re oceiupier
an entire buIlding of many stories
and is ono of the most luxurious and
elaborate (stabblshmencits of its kind
in the world. All because lhe couh'
make a wig that fits Mr. Johni D)
Rocke(feller's henightedi anmd beballde(1
headI. John D). set the wig artist ui:
mi business for making him beau
And the moral of this i very
plain. Beauty is the greatest thing
in thme worild, buht only the richcar
aftord it.- - [Columbia State.
*wEhALrEMIntO rY^ nTA.llte
'TER THE DC
cured thousands of cases of
a cured John F. Eline and
the greatest hospital in the %
Olmstead, the Norfolk, Va.,
s had given up hope. Rheun
of rheumatism she h
' .8 Hughes, of Atkins, Va.
k 1hcei*There is a reason why
y mi'a cal science, and while
give up of the blood, It opera
tbad"o most delicate stomacl
He told ,
atv SWEEPS ALL I
ix days A purely vegetable re
iith h i cures by removing the caus
as any- Sample bottle and booklet I
.KES. BOBBITT CIEN
100 LOTS FOR SALE.
T h e G r i f in
l nds have been
ut into) lOts and
la id oi in streets.
Iley are level
a nd \eLl located
an d the sizes vary
from one-hall to
five acres. This
jis agolden oppor
tunity for you. to
own a nome in
the best town or
the Pied mn o n t.
Re, al estate is ad
.but the prices on
these lots have
been minade for
qulick Fsales. First
'and Tevirms see
J. M4c) Bruce.
SiTAT1E l''O SOU F'H CAROLINA,
County ofl PickensE.
ly J1. 1. New~hery, EsT~quire, Probite
W,hereas, J. l'. Hag1oodl madle unit to
n... a.. ..... ..u lotte.rs of adinisjt rat,ioni
oft thel staite P11 f tt an effects of AIfred
Young. I h-censed.
T IitI:sI A lu: '1f(lenEJrnc to i) Ite~ and1
admolii(;. esh al and uimgithr the k(indredi
antd cre ditors of the saiid Alfred1 Young
dheesett. that they bie 11nd aip.
pE-ar bietfore me, in thle Court of Prao
bate, to be h eld att Ic~kens Courit H-onso,
S. C., on t he 2-th aniby of A pril, 19 07,
after1 pulica tion .ereof, at 11 o'clck in
the fo re'noon , to sh'w cauisi, .if ainy they
havey, whyVI I thsildn in istraition~ xlon I'd
SEA l, set, this I ih )th dlay oif A pril,
~ ' 197. inl the llaet yeari
of our' InidepeiiidIinei.
J1. 8. NlEwmh.:llny, T. P. P. C.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
Notice is herlb.v gPienI t a l(li8ons hning
iIlaims a1gainstl the esCtt of .1 ess ( renshalw dle
Pettse(I , (Ital tlle.V Iin181tile tile 811-e Wlih th(
i i Iglici o e'ry np ro ved on or beftori
.1. M. STEW'AMAitT,
had failed. Rheumacid
Johns Hopkins Hospital,
of Salem, Va., and D. H.
remedies and the doctor
Almost a Miracle in This Cas
DiI lon. S. C.. A
Bobbitt Chemical Company:
Gentlemen:-In September. 1599. I toc
matism in a very bad form (inflnanmator3
month after the disease started I lad to
my work and go to bed. It continued
worse until my arms and hands were
drawn. so much so that I could not us
My legs were drawn back till my feet
my hips. I was as helpless as a baby fo
12 months. The muscles of my arms a
were hard and shriveled up. suffere
many times over. Was treated by six d
physicians in McColl, Dillon and Mar
none of them could do ine any good, unt
P. Ewing. of Dillon. came to see me.
me to try your RHEUMACIDE. -ic got
bottle of the medicine and I began i,
and before the first bottle was usec up
to get better, I used 5% bottles a.,d w;
pletely cured. That was years aeo
health has been excellent ever since
had no symptoms of rheumatism. V
further that I began to walk in about s
after I began to take RI-IEUMACIDE v
aid of crutches: in about three month:
egan to take it I could walk as good
y. and went back to work again.
Your; truly, JAMES WII
How to Kill Your Town.
Ancid (on't quit ki'ckitinL.
ne p,i1ll nune w.v an,l onh'' 'a It +.
Go to other towts n.1 han ".,aor
)enounce vonir nerebant? h - ,-"n,..'
they make a pa. "fit. on t heir g ' .
Knife eveI'v tna)) tlt a
with Vouh on the n1-ti,1,1 (adf ib e. - af'11~4
Make your own townl a1at a n-.rv
bad place, atd it,a it er'vs'rN ea.
Rtifuso to unite in anv schan r r
the betterment of the ntleriaal i-ltr
estu of the people.
Tell your imerchant that. Vta 4111nn
buy your goods a great d,-)on .1ap--"r
in another town and charge Itimta witlh
Keep every cent yn get. aad t
do anything of a publie ont a-' a'naaia
y->u can make someothidg out -f it ali
ST1AT1I~ EEN I', .
Of theo Farmea"s Blank of Cenltal, .\ rarch
Loans and Discottnts $21,79o1 hs
l)uiimaind Lants a,i t (I a t
I a;nk ing Itiusea ':,:,8. 1 a
Faurnitnara tuad F"ix tures I,69 ('aS.1
Currency ,at ta. I)
Gold It o (JO
Sildvet', N ic'ke'l :and Peni is a a
Checks and1( Cash Items n,. ti
LIAI LITlI l5.
Capital Stock paid in $.' 1.0(it
Uhdlivided protfi ts, less curr'et
Dnett to Banaks andta Bankaers l,'a51.4:
nidivid uial D)epoisil tlluje'ct to
chaclk HI. 118 01
Time Cet ificate ., th. ,:
L, H. J. MleUee, Cashier of thet aboanv
namiedI baank do soalemnualy sweatat, t.Iha
aibovo sttemenit't is truet, to te bIa ~.o
amly kniowledge atnd behef; anal ao ftut
ther swear that sIince the bast re'cura'
matde to tihe State Blanak Exaamier oaft th
condition oif I he bank. that .t hat b,ai
thi'ough its oflicerst hias not vithlted a'la
evaded( any oligationis imnposedi byv lai w
STATEI' OF SOUTli CAROL.INA,
Swvorn to Ibefore me, this thle 25th1 ala
of ..\larch. 190i. 0. 5. Sttewnrh~t
Corret att test
WV. V. Ulayto'n,
I. G. Gatines. - - Director's.
W [L. Gassaw'ay
This B atnk aopetnened( for busintes
Noveamber 0th 1910.
Cleanus aend beoaaa r a the hair.
1io ae a ua tat rwt
Cu as e t at ):a -
ILL/ V fr 190
Rheumatism after all the doct
others, of Baltimore, after th,
vorld, had failed. Rheumacid4
contractor, after they had sper
nacide cured Mrs. Mary Welbol
ad endured for 20 years. RI
, after the most famous New
it cures: Rheumacide is the I
powerful enough to sweep all
tes by purely natural metho
, and builds up the entire sys
O1SONS OUT OF THE
medy that goes right to the seat of I
s. Your druggist sells and recomment
ris if you send fiVe cents for postage I
[ICAL COMPANY. Proprietors, Baltim
Peerless Port [
I have a gr
Among t hsem are thei recornme(
Clocl<s with) weights, whIich I
An1d a Jew line of SILVERV
SilIver X WATCI!ES. A nuice~ liin
ghnels to fit eyes. A li kinds~ of
II. SNID)ER, -
H-. A. RlU
GENERAL MEROHANDWSE A
-SELLS~ T H
can run through
it. or climb over
ors and all other means
a famous specialists of
a cured Austin Percelle,
t large sums on other
rn, of High Point, N. C.,
eumaci de cured W. R.
York specialists failed.
atest discovery of medi
germs and poisons out
ds, does not injure the
CUR E S
he disegse and -i-e , Trouble,
iIs Rheumacide. La Orippo.
0 All Blood
.\ re the best G;enernl I'u rl,use 1-'ngines inl
the woilralt. We carry thein in staok.
\\ ame h I t e eiurters for
Peerless Engines, Saw Mills,
and Threshers. Also Atlas
Engines and Boilers DeLoach
t aw Mills and Shingle Mills,
\We carry it treinei'!c1.is , itek O' f all.kili
of I1&;LIING ad M1ACtiINEIY Sup.
pI Ius. W\ rite is for a nything iin the Ma
dw arde Co.,
>n. li. c,,
hdabla oald st. yle SethI Thlom)as
ami selIlng alt snea' in1 bargains.
IARE. Also solid1 Go.ld and
Of' Spaae IleO; I guaorantee
epaiar work in the j.awr- ry line.
- Easley, S. O.
ND OOUNTRYV PR~ODUOE,
it, crawl under
it, and break it.