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PICKENS, S. C. t
THURSDAY, APRIL 18 1907.
Along with the revihal of the od
fashioned nightcap, it might be v oll
to renew the early-to.bed habit.
If the women keep up the suffrage
agitation, some of the men will begin
to think after a while that they want
It is not always in the theater that
we see "playing to the galleris." We
find it in every.day life. Some people
won't play unless they are allowed to
make "grand stand" plays.
We hear that the nam s of our
esteemed friends, Hon. James P.
Carey and Hon. Th.,s. P. Cotbran,
are in danger of tinging through
the avenues of time coupled with
the cocktail.- [Charleston News and
People who have bought their as
bestos ascension robes in anticipation
of the coming of the Marchette comet
recently observed by Mettroucci, the
Italian astronomer, may its well ex
change them for fans and linen do.
ters. The comet is not Coing (and
the earth will nut be destroyed yet
To get. patronage from some people
yr u u inlist gacrilico your nIlllhood au(
knuckIc to theln. You must be.
come what, the soldier calls "a (log
robbw'---one who hangs around the
officers for favors. It is strange that
all such never want for trucklers.
They will always find somebody who
do their biddings; always somuel)dy
who will sell thewselves for a little
of this world's gain.
Congressman. Champ Clark, of
Missouri, who is going to deliver an
address before the Georgia Bar asso
aiation at Tybee next month, was the
orator at a De.mocratic banquet in
Des Mones, Iowa, a few days since.
Among other things Cougresman
Clark told his hearers that it the city
of Newv York had a decent district
attorney, ''Sing Sing would be so full
of thieving Republican bossn s tbat
their arms and legs would be sticking
out of the windcws." He had just
been talking about Mr. Harriman.
Mr. Harriman has been scarcely
less prominent in the public eye
for months than President Roost
volt, remarks the conservative New
York ,lournal of Commerce. Europe
regards these two men as represent
ing different ideals in national
ethics, and the latest development in
the strugglde will be followed the e,
with as keen interest as herb. One
thing is certain, American prestige
will not beo enhanced by such a ps
a..e-at-armis between the president of
the coun try and a railroad linancier~
of not o ntarnished reC(cr.
(arpenter, of the AIdlersHon Mail,
inchnes to the otpin ion (and we agree
wth hulan) that sorneo newsjppers arei
givmg~ too mucith sp aco to the d iseni
sion of J1oh ni Teii pjle ( raves' suigg~s
tion that Mir. lByan shouIld nbomtiuate
Mr. Roosevelt for presidet in the
next )emaocratie ulatoiom Convi onl.
lEvery palper that ve ha~ve seen
is (llopo t d to it, of course. h~~
they aret paying too mutch attention1
to it. The souggesnt ion is too) Hilly to
receivo Herious consideration. f a
man wants to be at Reulican let
him go inito theo lepuiblican partyV
outright. He0 maly be in error but1
Consumption is less d
Certain relief and us
will result from the.follo
Hope, rest, fresh aji
*ALL DRUOGISTS: 6
I * 0'00@ @.@@.
Mean $ $ ma
buy or wear th
ease and durability, '
toe the mark
OOLD bY RbIn6fDL,E
M. C. KISER (
For the Stock
Is awhole me
Price 25c 50
SeQd For Free Booklet on H
Address Dr Earl S. 5k
There seeiiis to be a wvidospread
tendey to alow somebody else to
make thei dirti fl t Paniamat.
Tw~o accomphlished young womni
of Charleston, whlo readt the niewspti
pers diligently--at times -were dip
cussinig current and historcal <vents.
Oue of them av&rred that D)istria
Attorney Jerome was the grandson
of the King of West phalia. "Not so,"
said the other. "Attoroey General
Jerome is the grands9n of King ,Je
rome, who, y'ou will remember, mar
ried Nan Patteirson.'' And yet peo
pie want to know why the newspa
pers print the reports of Ne w York's
serli.a tial mu rdor trial.- [Cu arIes.
to z Posat.
Now that the silly biekerings en
gendered by the late mayoralty elke
hion are over, let us have a new deal
and c'enn up) along the buiiIess
t eets of Pickens, for, in all serious.
neoss, the business aiven teB of the city
ate worse thani some o(f E,be mou ntaini
tow ns of the) feudi (listrict of Ken -
incky. T1he amounut (of robbish81 upon1
the walks anid sitroets is a d1isgrace to
anly(1 (!eent cnnuuntIiIy. We (d0 not
know whos)e. dtyt it in to orclh-r thre
trash t aken away from in front 1.of
the busH ies lhouses(, whelthe it i 1 the
du1ty' of thle muatslh er somte other
ohlioial, but soruebody shiould imme
diatelyo becomo tifflecewt h a ~ I e!eau: -
u p germ and1( htave the r(- fuse ..itken
iaway. W o do niot (de(iro. to be1) u
Just 01 too heer1O inI ))' ' our e r tis , btoi,
\we bhov~o O iourehats a'. d the
citizens8 generally will b)e.ai uso in
the ausertioni thait the coniditiont of
theo busines8 district of Pickons (oes8
Snot reflect credit. unon the ,.ity.
eadly than it used to be.
ually complete recovery
Do. AND $1.00.
de to all who
em. In style,
'Shield Brand Shoes"
^ies at Home
on the Farm
c, & $1.00
orses.Cattle, Hops & Pbultry.
>an, Boston, Mass.
ThIee ar severa vacan1t lot', and
a veral wit w. oden buildings On
h em, oin Mn street, thati are ain eyt -
sore to the1 town I. M1ode n brick
struchtme ould)11( be goit'g up on all
oif t hem. iiThese lots shoul d be0 imi
proved -the impi ovceents are baidly
needed-nay, are impertative to the
expa lnin, iaaneen, and( growth
of the towit. [low do you expect
people to locate here when you will
neither Bell themn property or improve
it for them t,> ,.o into. This condi
tijn of affairs is very detrimental to,
these proper ty owneris, t hemnselves,
but also to thcse who are making im-.
provementsit. It is, to say the least
unfair fur your neighbr, by his imn
provuiment to enhance your unime
Thie city treasury is at a low ebb,
30 is uinablec to pay3 for a scavenger
aart, at present and our suggestion
s that tho merchants all use barrels
and boxes to put their litter in anid
by private contributions, hIre some
>ne, say twice a week, to haul off this
.oefuse from the front of their store
loors. Thiose( oIf our merchanits who
iavet atlready Iit?n to clean up[ atnd
tire uset s of the garag illscani are to be
sommendtJi(ed fot their clean liness. A
Ii ttle rakintg, s4weeping fand dutsting
hs added muct'h to t he appearance
af Matin sitretit. Niw if they w"illI only
eleau uip arioil their h,aek d ors and
lots the old town will sooni look like
lhe is on dr ess parad and(U t ( the citi
wmuit wil.l like her Ilooks ;o well that
theiy wvl I t ry to kee he lenned ui itIlp.
I am no0w prepar' (1 for wVork at my
gallery over J, I). Moore's Store. If yo'n
wat a Ifanaly group, call antd see me or
wvri te mYe ia lostal, E. M. T1nvmer,
Get a Move (
And buy your. DRUG,
and TOI1 ET ARTIC
Dr. Earle's of
W. E. Freom
"AT THE OLD
At the end of six
are more than gr
result, by fair de
prices we expect 1
low we submit a
your con sid eratl.o
(.rnmlat'd Sugll -r 18 1
Light. Brown Angar, 18
N -fit green 4i1 ' "' 8 1b 1
Good ( parched erlrie' bul
4le er p):rcte'd enf,l.e", I
.Be t p aehd "ofelie, bl
WI Ment, (rib ide) 1le
S3 eone pnud pkgs eVap
eiravv g1;1v,ll!"'ve w'IlI
W hlitr ea r waler 1uetlc
Wright, line and;l cOlrS
ti1.32, 81.50 and upward.
Wright-4 11'i1e andt ce rir5
111t, $1.00, $1.25 and lip
L 'dia'r dona't, fail to) isp<
miiline ry be-fore buyt}ing;.
W. E. FIreei
"At the Old iStand."
Bring us your chickens, eggs,
you have to sell and rest assuredI
of the market.
CAPITAL ! . ..
PROFITS I ..
DEPOSITS - - .
-5 Per Cent Interest Pa
J. F. Banister, B. A. Hagood
J. M. Stewart, I. M. Ma
T. N. Hunter. H. A.:
oGET as much as p)ossit
T ~natural dlesirie of all. In
WILL. GEFT MAMY T
-' THE[IR MONEY, for I
LUTHiLY FIREE~ on th
COOKIN(G RANGEr. 1 have l'a
Gourd, the i>ersoni IRST guessinl
seeds will receive the range FREJ
pu1rchase. ReimembJer, I shall si
Shoes, Groedrtes and1 General Me
can buy it elsewhere in town, and
i, ST APT. - a RY
Pickens, S C
weeks stay we
Ltified with the
alings and low
:o increase. Be
few prices for
hA for $1
ilbs for 1
Ik, 14" It)
mitk. 1G;c, lb
No. 0. 4ic
- - $20,500.00
- - .20,532.00
- - 150,000.004
idi On Deposits-:
W. M. Hagoodi,
uldin, J. McD. Bruce.
R.ichev, J. P. Carey,
le for thir money la; the
dealing wvith me SOMEI7
IPlES TH IEWORT H OF
shall give away AB3SO
July a high grath:
n ny store a .large
g to lCfthe numer of
;s with every co
ty G;oods, Hats,
~ch s cheap as you
give you thme Range Fr~ee,