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OVER PICKElS DRUG CO'S STORE.
J. F. HARRIS,
PICKENS, S. C.
Notice Farmers' Meeting
A meietig of the Ilarmit-I' uca
fionl mi Ca-nra Uotive Union of
America %ill e i"ld at Liberty,
S. d , onl the 20th of Jane, 1907, b -
Sinning at 10 o'clock a. in. All tlI.e
1, cal union pi esidt ni lnvi bu~siini! s
agents as well as oounty executi'e
committeemon and wirehlouso C' mn
mittuciuemn are request,od to be p- os
eit, as business of importance is to
b'i transtieled. Riember the dlay
and dato and be on hand.
REMlARKABLE R ESC UE
That. fruth is trangier thian fmifion him
(neo more be en demln list raithv I in 11he lit
H1o town of 'Fedora l!.., Mhe rosidence
of C. V. Pepper. Ile writ. s: "J \\..s in
bed, entilMy diambinl willi licmnorrliiginr
of the lnigs anl ihroat. Doctors failed
to help) lie, an1)(1all hopm hadl fled When I
began takinng iDr. King,s New Discovery.
Thled instant relit-f enmen. Thoeconghing
,4o0n ceaseti;ld thle bleerlng dimnishiled
rapidly , aimiil in1 turo weeks I was abi -
to go to work." (inaranteed oure for
couglis aed coldti. 50o. and $1.00, at
Picknis Drug Co., d(rug storo, Trial bot
Warned in Time.
In Scotlad whent all infant is to be
baptized the fiatlher Is bun id to show
.om1 k intl of speakLing acqaint a nee
with tle shorter catechism. One (hay
a collier went to his minister to be
sticak him for the christening of his
lll1l. "How many coumandiments
line ye?" asked the minister. "Twen
ty," rejoined the collier, who was
forthwith sent back to pursue his
studies in elementary theology. On his
way he met a brother miner who was
going to the minister on a similar er
rand. "How many commandments
hae ye, Jock?" asked the first. "Ten."
"Oh, you needn't trouble him wi' ten.
I offered him twenty the while, but he
wasna satisfied."-Dundee Advertiser.
Fox and a Rabbit.
A fox was seen coming down a pass
In the hills followed by a rabbit, which
came along at a smart pace and seemed
Impelled by an overpowering curiosi.
ty. Fox and rabbit presently disap
peared into a patch of covert, and al
,most immediately the fox was seen t<
emerge with the unfortunate rabbli
dead in its jaws. The whole tableau
was witnessed by persons of unim.
peachable veracity, one of them a very
careful observer of wild life. It was
perfectly evident to them that the fox
had in some way fascinated the rab
bit and was consciously following out
a plan devised for its destruction. As
for the rabbit, it was clearly Incapable
of avoiding its doom.-Country Life.
Naming the Future President.
Some time sleie a new baby arrived
at a home in this city, and when John
ny, the little five-year-old brother, was
sent on an errand to one of the neigh
bors a few days afterward the good
lady, of course, had to make the usual
remarks about the gladful event. "I
understand, Johnny," said she, "that
you have a little baby at your house."
"Yes, ma'am," was the pleased reply of
Johnny. "He has been there nearly
four days now." "Well, when be gets
older you must bring him over to see
me," returned the neighbor lady. "By
the way, hase he been named- yet?"
"No, ma'am," answered the youngster,
"but I guess there will be something
doing pretty soon, for when I left fa
ther was looking over the list of prei
dents, mother was going through t'ae
Bible and the nurse was hunting
around in a history of the United
He Reolaimed His Jewels.
One day while Rabbi Meir was away
from home teaching at college his two
children were suddenly taken ill and
died. When on returning he inquired
about them his wife, Beruiria, first gave
him an evasive answer and then, lead.
lng the conversation to another topic,
related to him how a man who had
,Aeft sonmc Jewels in her care had come
back to reclaim thenm. "Am I to give
them back?" she asked, "Hany can
you put sneh a qjuestion?" said lhe.
"Of course you are to return them to
tihe owner." Beruria then took her
husabandl into the chamber where the
two children were lying, and pointing
to them, wihiile her tears were overflow
ing and her heart was nearly breakl
ing, she courageously said, "The owner
hais come today and reclaimed these
jewels in our trust."-~From the Tal
Foey's Kidney Cure
alakes kidneys and bladder rirht.
RHEUMACIDE has au
had failed. Rheumacide
Johns Hopkins Hospital ,th
of Salem, Va., and D. i. TC
remedies and the doctors i
Almost a Miracle In This Case.
Dillon, S. C., Aug.
Bobbitt Chemical Company:
(3entlcnien :-Imi Septcinber, 1IM. I took r!
matisin in a very ba form nlaimatory).
month ter t d o started I had to giv
my work and go to bed. It con tinumed to
worse until my arms and hands were b
drawn, so nuch so that I could not use ti
Mly legs wvere drawn back till my feet totic
tny hilps. I was as hot p less as a baby for tie
12nontlis. The muscl of m arns and
were hard and shriveled up. suffered (i
I say t ines over. Was treated b3 six diffe
Physiliams in McColl. Dillon and Marion.
none of thent could do ino any g'ood. until 1 1
P. Ewing, of Dillon. cane to see nie. He
metotr your RHEUMACIDE. He got me
oteothe medicine and I began to takt
and before the first hottle vas used up I be
t get better, I used 5% bottles and was <
n et ely cured. That was yeare, ago and
health has been excellent ever since. H
had no symnptomns of rheumatism. Will
urther that I began to wal in about six
after I began to take RHEUMACIDE with
antf ceII Od aItagodaid of crutches; In about three inontlis aft
beanto s;ane it t ldwl as moo tas
rdy. and w ,tt back to worl again.
You fru ly. JAMIES WILKIE
Nearly every one likes a fine
hair dressing. Something to
make the hair more manage
able; to keep it from being
too rouagh, or from splitting
at the ends. Something, too,
that will feed the hair at the
same time, a regular hair-food.
Well-fedhair will bestrong,and
will remain where it belongs
on the head, not on the comb!
The best kind of a testimonial
*Bol4 for over sixty years."
MaebT' 11. a. Ayer 0.." Lowell. KEMP.
m ae . . e~s, of
Uakes Kidava and Uladdar Right
says many a doctor to his
laypatients, becaus, he
doesn't know of any medi
cine that, will cure female
trulsexcept the sur
That such a medicin
exists, however,is proved by
thousand. of aures made by
it has saved the tives of many
weak, sick women and rescued othi
era from a lifetime of chronIc sick
ness. It will cure you If you will
only give it a chance. Try it.
Sold by alt druggists and deal.
era in 51.00 bottles.
GAVE UP SUPPORTER.
"Ij wore a supporter for tour
years, to keep up mx womb,"
writes Mrs. S. J. Cfrlsman, of
Mannsville, N. Y. " My doctor said
no medicine would help me. After
taking Cardul I gave up my sup
porterand am now welt"
"ER THE DO
ired thousands of cases of Rl
cured John F. Eline and ol
e greatest hospital in the wc
Imstead, the Norfolk, Va., c
Vad given up hope. Rheume
of rheumatism she ha4
i.Hughes, of AtKIns, Va.,.a
red There is a reason why
a cal science, and while p
() ofete hopital operate
lms most delicate stomach,
of rhuats sh ya
l msath t
tol S jS L
ave SWEEPS ALL PI
as A purely Vegetable rem
cures by removing the cause.
Any- Sample bottle and booklet fre
s. BOBBITT CIHEMI
100 LOTS FOR SALE.
lands have been
cut in to lots and
laid off in streets.
They are level
and well located
and the sizes vary
from one-hall to
five acres. This
is a golden oppor
.tunity for you to
own a home in
the best town o
the Piedm o nt.
'Real estate is ad
but the prices on
these lots have
heen mad e for
quick sales. First
come, first choice.
For Plats, Prices
and Terigs see
J. McD. Bruce.
K IL Lm COUCHl
AND CURE Tmm LUNOS
FOR IOUHOSand 5so as,.0s
0.DS Free Trial.
TsOA and LUNG TROUB-.
This is to certify that all druggists are
authorized to refund your money if Fo
Iey's Honey and Tar fails to cnre your
congh or cold1. It stops the cough,
heals the lungs and prevents aerious re
suits fromr a cold. Cures la grippe cougi
td prevnts npneumonin and uosump
inc is in a yellow package. Refuse sub
stituts .kens r Pharmacy, Liberty
heumatism after all the doctors
hers, of Baltimore, after the f
>rld, had failed. Rheumacide at
>ntractor, after they had spent I
icide cured Mrs. Mary Welborn,
Sendured . for 20 years. Rheu
ifter the Most famous New Yo!
cures: Rheumacide Is the late.
owerful enough to sweep all gel
,s by purely natural mnethods,
and builds up the entire systen
DISON-S OUT OF THE B1
edy that goes right to the seat ofted
a If you send five cents for postage to
;AL COMPANY. Pro'PrIetors, Baltimore.
I have a goo
Seie WAfTE. Al the ~or
ntastor aft tey Ad kipent of
ci . curd l, r-Mr W on
H .ndre fo 0A. Rhe
cures Rheuie sterratre
WIREha gosrghFoENCINGo te
HIGHPNY rprtrsat oeE
cla with wtrougbh I 1
git sor climhye l nof e
and all other means
amous specialists of
ired Austin Percelle,
arge sums on other
of High Point N. C.,
macide cured W. R.
rk specialists failed,
At discovery of med.
ms and poisons out
does not Injure the.
Iseas and Kidney Troube,
1sumaoId. La Grippe.
Are lhe best (ieeral rurisoe Fiigities tit
the world. We enrry them in stock.
We are the I!eatiuiarters for
Peerless Eng-neF, Saw Mills,
and Threshers. A'so Atlas
Enginos and Boilers DeLoaoh
Saw Mills and Shtnxle Mills.
We carry a trenendouti tock of al1kinds
of BELTING ant MACJHINEM1Y Sup.
p ie. Wr'te us for anyth'u a i. the Ma
no. siis C.
d fle ot
dlable~ old .at vI. Seth Tl.ornas
m lin gt ~ ne sorial bargi.ns.
ARE. Al- 30olid Gould and
of Spctacl--=; I giuarantee
paiir work in ihe js-we'Iry lin'. '
- .Ensley, S. C.
. 2m. C.,
ID COUNTRY PRODUCE,
and break unde