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Busi ess Locals.
Notices of gale, Wants. Swaps, etc.
insorted in this Coluini it 5 ednts per
Jino for each ilisertion. Nothing taken
for less than 10 cents.
In Business Again.
J. D. Moore will soon be ready to sell
you iuent again and will buy your prc
Wie do not out quality, therefore we
c1not cut price.
Pickens Bottling Works.
Wben in .El'sley put up your stock
at B. P, Martin's feed and livery sta
ble. He also handles all kinds of
We have just received a solid car of
Zanesville stone ware consisting of
churns, pitchers, etc. The churns will
be sold at 10c the gallon. Ask to see
this beautiful ware whether you want to
buy or not. Craig Brothers.
I would like to fill a limited number
of bills for houses with first-class rough
lumber at $1 per 100 at mill. 43 milos
West of Pickens. A. W. Gravley,
Route 3 Pickens.
A few first class s(wing machines,
slightly used to be sold at greatly re
duced prices. Also sewing machines rt -
paired. Call at Craig Bros
0. P. Knight.
Call on W. 11. Chastain, R. F. D. 3,
b miles North .of Pickens, if in need of
building lumber, oak or pine. All ordems
will receivo prompt aittention.
We mako our drinks, not on the phin
of how cheap, but how good.
Pickens Bottling Works.
Moore & Mlauldin have just received a
big lot of barb wire, also nails of ill
kinds and sizes.
All who owe me please
Notice. conu-1and settle. It is tot,
inucl trouble for 1ite to go l
ll aroutnd to collect, especially tlost.
little m1eat1 h:lls. S) pl1ase coi.. and set
le and oblige. ' .1. 1). 31OORIE.
For sale-1't) acro farm four nilesa
west. of Easley, three good houses and
all iwoessary outhuildings, ete., 75 acres
in cutll ivat-au haltace in tiber. Price
$45 lwr alere. Terms tif suit.
Il, M. llEST4 R.
Gentlemen In Court.
A t an assize (coeurit IJustj . l* e wa
engaged in passing seotice oI pris
oner whle one of the ollivers of th14e
court :annoii'yed hili by crossliig the
ngway henleatl hi1n with papers1 fo:
ninbiers of the bar. "DIont you
know," cried tlhe jud'e, severely ad
dressing the oficlal culprit. "that you
ought lever to 1)1ss between two gen
tlenien whien one of them Is addre;sing
the other'" I~aving4 thus relieved his
mind, the Judge proceeded to iass sen
tence of seven years' penal servitude
on the other gentlemiau. - Lonidon
That truth is stranger than fi'0tion h1as
once more been deoniostritted in the lit.
tle town of Fedora Tm.n., tl.e residetic
of 0. V. Pepper. oI writes: ".T was it.
bed, cutirely dwisbled with --icmorriniukhs.
of the lungs and throat. Doctors failed
to help me, ilnd all h oi'd fled when I
began. takity Dr.,King,e Now Discovery.
TJhed insHtanft rehof came. The11 coughing
soon deased; the hbeding d imnaiszhed
rapidly, and in three weeks I was abl.
to go to work " - Guarabteed 'enirc foi
coughs nied colds. 4.0o.. and $1.00, at
Piokens Drug Co., drug store, Trial ifot
tie free.' - -
The old man looked reflectively
at the brass tip of his wopden leg.
"Then," hea said, "the surgeons
took me up and laid mc carefully
in the armmn.ition wagon, and"
"Ilid din, captain," said a listen
er. "You don't mean the ammuni
tion wagon. You moan the ambu
But the captain shook his head.
-"No/' he insisted,. "I wais so full
of bullets that they decided I be
longed to the ammunition wagon."
Thus cried the hair. And a
* kind neighbor came to the res
cue with a bottle of Ayer's
Hair Vigor. The hair was
saved! This w-as because
Ayer's Hair Vigor is a regular
hair medicine. Falling hair is
caused by a germ, and this
medicine completely destroys
these germs. Then the healthy
scalp gives rich, healthy hair.
The best kind of a testimonial
"Sold for over sixty years."
A 4 oT~ manufaotureirs or
~ CiIIERRY PECTORAL.
had failed. Rheumaci<
Johns Hopkins Hospital
of Salem, Va., and D. k
remedies and the doctc
Almost a Miracle in Tis C
Dillon. & C.,
Bobbitt Chemical Company .
matism in a very baaorm (Ini 'ammat
month after the disease started I had
my work and to to be. It continue
worse until my arms and hands w<
drawn, so much so t at I could not i
My legs were drawn back till my feel
my hips. I was as hel pes as a baby I
13 months T e mnusces dt my arms
were ha a shriveled up. I suffei
man times over. Was treated by sli
physclans in McColl. Dillon and Mv
none of them could do me any good. ul
P. Ewing. of Dillon, came to see me.
me to try yor RH EUMACIDE. He g
bott e of the medicine and [ began t
and before the first botti was used w
get better. I used 5% %cttles and
etely cured. That was years ar
ith has been excellent ever sinc
h no sym toms of rheumatism.
further that [egan to walk In aboul
after I began to take RHEUMACIDE
id of crutches: in about three mont
.a to take it I could walk as goo
, t back to work again.
. ruly. JAMES W
The picilasant purgative eflfec!t expt'imi
need by all whi 111t. ue Cham berbtrin's
itomarbI-1 aIt' [GirarI VIhlet.s, and1t thI
walthy11 entahltionl of tim od nu)Iv11d mnimd
whichl th1 ey ef-ate 111n.ne 41m - elj vt .
Pio--, 25 , -'s. Satpl -- 1r1 3a Pick
3'Curos Colds-: Prevents Pneumonia
"We may each contribute to the city
beautiful," said the enthusiastlc speak
mr. "eaeh add a little to the adortiing
of the streets." "I will volunteer,"
said one of the hearers, "to wear my"
new hatt down to the matinee this very
aft ernocn I.he sun shines."--Phlndel
Thi- i'4 t cerify thtt I'' driuggists n1o
tltlorzed to re lf ti y(1:1' m1Anwe y if Fo
ity's Hlouey 1ind ',L'atr faills to caure yoni'
coungln o 'r o)ik.' I t':1is tll 'It ugh
lealth e lo,g.4 no11 pre-vetst seriu it-,
.41uits frmom a uokl. OIreIt-s La gripp'e' congl
41nd prevenlts 1)1.n mt)IIIm1ia 111141 cousump
ill. (onitainms n, opiates. Th.- ( h'nn
i.. is.4 a llIow package. lftis - hub
A ship, the Ada Iredlaile, cat ught fi're
some yt'.v nr hgo Inthqli. sot'hi l'atcille
ocean I 2,000II ile:i t'.J:ohxn ie .\farq'tu.'ats
ilaids and was am~ta'n'doIEd., Th~le de're
liet. still burnilng. -wirsti picked up tnear
Tahliti, 2,2~>0 mIles away, anud towed.
iuto porWt. It -continued smuolderlng for
The trouble is, your liver's
sick. One of its products,
" bile," is overflowing into
You can't digest your lood,
your a ppetite is poor, you
suffer dreadfully from 1'ead
ache, stomach ache, dizzi.
ness, malaria, constipation,
etc. What you need is not a
dose of salts, cathartic water
or pills--but a liver tonic
This great nmedicinc nets gently on
the sick liver. It purities the blood,
renewvs the appetite, feeds thme nerves,
clears the brain and cures consti
It is a true medicIne for sick liver
and kidneys, and regulates all the
d'ggtstive functions. Try it.
At all dealers In m~iicines In
"TER THE D(
s cured thousands of cases of
;e Gured John F. Eline and
the greatest hospital In the 1
.Olmstead, the Norfolk. Va.,,
rs had given up hope. Rheurn
of rheumatism she
Aug I& Hughes, of Atkins, VP
'0 hu There Is a reason why
rv.'In" a cal science, and while
io give up of the blood, It opera
re'bady most delicate stomaGI
Dt mne one
3 take it.
) I began
, and my
WiH sa SWEEPS ALL I
six days A purely vegetable re
s gt cures by removing the caus
1 sany- Sample battle and booklet f
ILKES. BOBBITT C EM
.A aner namen up ho. or linsien
vfal, Who Is awaiting trial
at retoria onl the charge of killing a
Kafir, alleges that he fired a loaded
gu0 to frighten away ghots, toa whilch
rIs faily attributed strange noises in
the house, a d that he was unaware of
the native's presence.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME, BACK ?>
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybodyr who reads the news
papers is sure to knowlof the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
and bladder renedy.
It is the great nedi
cal triumph of the nine
taenth, century. .dis
covered after years of
six scientific research bye
w- Dr. .ilmer, the errfi
- nent kaaidntey and blad
-aer rpecialist, and it:
iondcrfully successful in poroly curing
burg, 'an rjhtp!al s, who ich witis twrt.
:i ro tra ntmha of kidneyitouble
K~uetlid alledy'yo need. -o te ha beeneded
practoicrightengawae helpltsopo to pur-l
hse reli atibutehastpr ed osesf in
twehouse, ntatad hred' way naae a
the ote psen reb miasoabo
fidotiKuhv idney Trul ae ou Misderatoble. .
Whenmwrt-n enionwh reads th gneros
offWcr 'is'paer-a now ofth'^neru
send out~dd cure-t .made by .
reua ift..g -anilmerswamp-Root.
the' nmeS-mpRthe Drea Kielier
Swamp-oot, ndath adder Binhamto.
122n yer bgin Setrimhbe 7.e
LettesSiI eet. ngnerng Ois
schlarhip t eacconti eseah
840 Rordan frnKiherdt rom'i
Dormitoy $1 n mnth Ainl candid-e
fodiso a r eist andcmpet
woiflly suceld u in the ountcurinus
len Friacy, July 5th badde 9 cacid u
Die Kmr~ tSwapRot ifs tii.
Qmr~icndcc~ a r yi :gti iou a e Coor
ln~so~mauy Cres hoal d i i riair te
p A-....anog h h.5elpisndo$oo toeun
ccmAfk For hiAll' roease. hs ae
Ah powder no alrey tied, mh, amrt
ing feet.bottle sent f ree. mAillso- bookl
f ouifot-Eae kdnitay Corn blad, troube.
inntn Addentio redng ts generod,
haRton. N." Y.Th
rgia nie ltcu and sau ct er p-fodc
olrates are wsh old a y al oddugsts.e
Overs'toc~ked o1n p~at-pes ut.rleme
Soamp-rt, n ovdes. Binghamon.
hand eare bhan. T.ptemnr 7
Rheumatism after all the doc
others. of Baltimore, after ti
orld, had failed. Rheumaclc
contractor, after they had spe
nacide cured Mrs. Mary Web4
iad endured for 20 years. IN
,after the most famous Nam
it cures: Rheumaide Is the
powerful enough to sweep al
tles by purely natural meth4
h, and builds up the entire sy
DOISONS OUT OF THE
ony that go af rigt to the sea of
oa.d courds Msell ary ebe
re If you sende f olr postage
pAL COMPANY. Proprietors, Batit
Peer ls p shorti y
Ia ve at gm
QLSOS U O H
Clock wtha goeght. o th seto
'. Youvr WAGs seCl E.An ricom.he
Peeres ys Pi td o
r o oflm nn
tors and all other means
is famous spociallsts of
Is cured Austin Percelle,
int large sums on other
>rn, oU High Point N. C,
theumacide cured W. R.
P York specialists failed"
latest discovery of med
I germs and poisons out
xds, does not injure the
CUR E S
the disease and ,ldn*Y Trouble
da Rheumaid-s. La Grippe.
to * Alltcod
We ire the lcaldiuarters f
Peerloss Engtnes, Saw Mills,
and Threshers. A'so Atlas
Engine.s and Bo'le rs DeLoach
Paw Mls and Shingle Mills,
We Caarry at irit.ndat stn-a , :
opf ilL IN" e 3 1 4A-g y yt
rye-a. wr t;i; for Ni hl
C K S
(iablo, old style Seth Tl-orn as
itn selling at special bargaiin.
ARE. Also solid Gold and
of Spectacles; I guarantee
pair work in the jevelry line.
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