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-Insertedill n tis ('olumnn ill 5 c'ents p~er 1
line for ealh insertioni. Nothing takt'l n
for. less. that11' 1114, 1n14
In Illsiness Agi ail.
1). Moore will Soolt bw readly to sell
You me 1iat igai: aind will buy Your pro.
We do noI (it <itialit.y, thereforo wt
o muI ot cut prices.
Pickens Bottling Vork-i.
We i. ish-y IIL up your Stolc
at 13. 1', IM 1l l ,i 'vs 4 feed :0 t livery sItat
bMe. He also handles ill kintids of
It (' 1st till. 38-ti
We haive just r- eetvel a olid car o
uIIsville stone .VIrn Con1sistinig o0
(1hrn1S. ifiter-, (t'. The churns will
beV Void ;it lW t gallon. Atk to set
(his beauifuhl war' A-hiether %.oil wAvnt tt,
(Wy Mrint. Craig Brotheris,
Io l li ke ii b) fill a limlited n111h11 1ih
of, bills hior hollism with irs-s ronigh
umllber -,[ .41 per 100 at mnill. 4P. miil,)
wit si of l'icitn s. A. W. Gravley,
Rtoute 3 Pienls.
A fow first eltss swing maebines,
'tliglily osvd to be sold at- greatly re.
dIecl priee. Also sowing machines re
pnaired . Cal Itt Gr nig Bros
0. P. Kniglit.
Call (11 W. I1. ChaL4,inl, R.I .3
a miles North of Pickens, if in nleed of
buiing lumbe111Wr, onk or pine. All orders
will reeive prompt atteition.
Wei make our drinks, not oin the plau
of how celavp, but how good.
Piecens Bottling Works.
.No &V auluid in have just received i
big lot of barb wire, also nails or all
kiinds anid sizes.
. All who owe ie please
Noilee, comev and se-ttle. it 'it, tor
niuch trouble for me to go
all iroid to collect, especially those
littie neit Whls. so please com11 t and set
l' :ani bli.:e.. . MOORLt.
For sale-126 acre farm four niles
west of Easley, three good houses and
all ne cesary outbuildings, etc., 75 acres
in cultivatiotn balance in timber. Price
$45 per acre, Terms to suit.
H, M. HESTER.
'5it Enrroit:-I intended writingr
of .the local happenings this week,
but, when I read of fever Lein.,
abroad, something seemed to say to
tell them how our mothers nursed a
case of efever.
Thisis not intended for those who
are able to have a rained nurse, nor
am I assuming the role of doctor.
L'ther do ti say it will cure, but it
will at least bring a d6gree of com
dott to the ;patient and prevent con
Let the patient have the airiest
room-in hthehouse-don't be afraid of
air. A cot is preferred to a bed, as
you can reach the patient easily from
either side. Sponge the patient once
a day, at least, or three times is bet.
4Or. Into .the basin of water put.a
spoonful of ammosia and two or
.three-drops of carbolic acid. If you
'cannot strip them twice a day, push
~their sleeves up to shoulders aud
'bathe arms, neck, face and breast,
Iusing a s ift cloth or sponge, drying
with a soft to wel, even wips the hair.
Take a cup of water, put in a half
.teaspoonful of camphor and a dirip or
4two of carbolic acid; put a soft cloth
.on your finger and wash the mouth
'thoroughly, changing the cloth sev
etal times. Add a little peppermint
to rinsing water to make the mouth
? el pleasanter. When clothes and
.bedding ore stripped off let them be
'boiled in strong soapsups, to which
.add a spoonful of turpentine.
Do not eat or drink after handling
the sick without Srst washing the
thands. Let no woman, or man,
either, in the sick room who is bonnd
to ishake hands with the sick on en.
C ring and leaving, and who will tell
.of all the deaths that have occurred
from "that same disease."
Should this bring a mite of corn
fort to the sick [ shall feel more than
(paid for writing. I hope the physi
-cians will net think I am meddling,
1am only co-operating with them in
4hteir noble calling. This is the way
*ny mother nursed a fever patient.
O, mother of blessed memoryl I
'wish when you wvere called to a
*'hIgher life" that your mantle of
.good, bard sense had fallen on the
shoulders of DIREAMERI.
Sore Nipples and Chapped Bands
g'ue quickly cured by applyings Chamlbertailn'*
salve. Tiry it; IA 4. a suces. Price25 cen3ts.
all the germs and p,
spots in the body a
Nature's way. Purt
most rowerful of 4
time r -gulates the I
up the entire systei
that cures rheumati
other remedies an
Percelle, of Salem,
dreds of dollars for I
by half a dozen b<
2120 Ramsay streE
man." Mrs. S. A. C
It cleansed her blo<
After Noted Doctors Fal
Here is a case cured by 1tRIT
CIDE after noted Neb I I
Ists had failed. Mr. W. R. 1
writes from Atkins. Va.:
"Four bottles of RHEUMA
have entirely cured mc of a
standing case of rheimatisn
greatly improved my general I
wasa tota wreck. having ia(
matisin for twenty years. Ispe
eral weeks and muci money
Speccialists in New York, but Bi
ACIDE Is the only cure I
found. When I began to is,
weighed 140 pounds. Now I we
pounds, my normal wei tG.
"W. R. HUGH
Tie picasnt purgative effect experi
need by all who use Chalm bet uon's
Stomae aud Liver Tabletm, and tih
healthy condition of the body omi mind
which tbey create makes oue feel joy ful.
Prico, 25 cents. Sampe free at Pick
ens Drug Co.
Cures Goldsi Prevents Pneumonia
'arson (who has been visiilug: tre
school, to son of local groom)--'im sor
ry to bear you spell badly, Johane.
Now tell me. S-a-d-d-l-e. Wlimi is
that? (No answer.] You should. lnow
that. What is It your father puts.oxL a
horse every day? Johnnie-A. suiilg
each way, sir.-Punch.
This is to certify that all druggists are
authorized to refund your mouey if Fo
ley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your
cough or cold. It tops the cough,
heals the ,lugs and prevents aerious r e
suits from a cold. Cures lit grippecough
and prevents puoumanau and couaump
tion. Contains no opiates. The~ Genu-.
ine is in a yellow package. Refuse, sub
stitutes. Parkins Puarmacy, Liberty,.
and Pickeua Diug Co.
"I'm so glad you've finally managedi
to visit us," said Mrs. F'urse-Famley of
Virginia. "Come right iato the pie'
ture gallery. I want to show you mgr
masters." "Gracious!" exclaimed Mirs.1
New-Rich of Chicago. "I didn't know
you was ever a slave."-Piladelphfa
of a woman's life is the name of ten
given to "change of life." Your
menses come at long intervals, and
grow scantier until they stop. The
change lasts three or four years, and
causes much pain and suffering,
which can, however, be cured. by
Woman's Refuge ini DIstress
It quikly relieves the pain, nerv
ousness, irritability, miserableness,
fainting, diinessL55, hot and cold'
flashes, weakness, tired feeling, etc.
Cardul will bring you safely through
this "dodging period," and build
up your strength for the rest of your
life. Try it.
You can get it at all druggists in
"EVERYTHING BUT DEATH
I suffered." writes Virg~nla Robson. of last
on, M.d., umntj 1 took Cardul, which cured
me so k as I g tupie may doctor, who
goes right to the seat of
Disons out of the blood, clei
nd sets all the organs to v
ily vegetable, non-alcoholic,
leansing medicines and i
iver, tones up the stomact
m. RHEUMACIDE is the c
ism to stay cured.
JL BLOOD PURIFIER .tJ
SE BY REMOVING TH
" has cured thousands of ce
d famous doctors had fai
Va., spent $200 in medicin
physicians' fees, and at last h
Attles of Rheumacide. G.
t, Baltimore, says it has "t
ombes, 114 S. Gilmor street,
d, took away her pains, anc
like a new woman."
led. and recommends Rh(
w CURES AFTI
CIDE Sample bottle ai
a' for postage to
3 it I
ri on ti an wonn I'he 11:1!Isite. like ;ill1
lug I riny clay I I lie lay. 1:i11r1e
Wolin'11t this hI IImy: ".\bun11t ji.
lon't wntIII a nic4e big piot .e of (ak?"
The Cause of Many
There is a disease prevailrig in thir
Sountry most dangcrous because so decep.
.live. Many sudder
- deaths are caused by
- it - heart disease,
- .- failure or apoplexy
_ * are often the result
- _of kidney disease. if
kidney trouble is al.
lowed to advance thea
kidney- poiso ned
blood will attack th3
.. vital orgaus or the
CJdny.- themselves break down and waste
away cll by cell.
Bhadder troubles most always result from
i d:ranggement of the kidneys and a. cure is
isotatned quickest by a proper treatment of
'he Itdneya. I you are feeling Isadly you
enn make no mistake by taking Dra.Kiimer's
5vwamp-.Root, the great kidney, ;her arid
It corrects inability to hold urIne and scald
ng pain in passing it, and overcomnes that
mpba.ant necessity of being corrapelled to
go often during the day, and to get'up many
Smc3e during the night. The milif and the
:xtraordinary effect of Swamp-Rout is ::oon
malized. it stands the highest forr its won
lerful cures of the most distretsintv'cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to takes and sold
y all druggists in fifty-cent andi one-dollar
iized bottles. You may
nyV5 a sampe. b-ottle of
rub wonderful new. dis- ,
.overy and a book that
'oil all about it, both nm s .
ent free by mall. Address Dr. K2!mer & Co.
Binghamton, N. Y. When writ~hg mention
eading this generous offer In tiis paper.
Don't make any mistake, butt remember
he name: Swamp-Root, Dri. Kilmer's
3wamp-Raot. and the addresasi~linghamton,
I. Y., on every-bottle.
COLLEGE OF CHA1TLESTON,
CHABLESTON, S. C.
122nd year be~gina September 27.
Letters. Seion ce. lEurineerin g. One
'oholarshiip to eil achonnty in South
ar'iolinni, giving frete heitioni. Tuition
M4O. Ronrd 'and' furn ished room in
D)ormstory $11 a montrit. All candidatea
'r aidmissioni are petimittedi to compete
or vacant Boyce achd'iaships which pay
4100 '. year. Eutvance examinations
vill be held in the aozmnty court house
n Friday, July 5th at 9 a. in.
Pirmotes and! besuifes t-i hatr.
lii to It Yottl Ctolor.
5c an_,"Jt l et *ii
Ask For Atie'a Font-eas.
t powder for swonllen, tired, hot. smart.
rig feet. Sample senft. t ree. A'so armple
f Foot-Easo Sanitary Corin Pad, a new
nvention. Address Alleni S. Olmsted,
,eRoy. N. Y.
Vith each dollar's wo'rthi of coffee 1 will
ive a nico plate. cup anid saticer of dec
rated ware wvith goldl band.. My coffee
guaranteed to givye eatisfaction.
Overstocked on pants-prices cut..23
Some bargain- in atokes 2 Secondi
anad ranges cheap. TIu n, HrARRItSL
the disease, Sweeps
ns up all the plague
It is yet the
it the same
ses after all
es and hun
e was cured
nade him a new
I made her "feet
Your druggist sells
ER ALL OTHERS
id booklet free If you send
:2I Company, Proprietori
I have a g
Amnong the~m are th.. recomm'n
Cloeks with w.'ight', 'whieh I
Anbd a new .Iiiie of SII.VER
Silver WATCHIE8. A nie in
Iglasses to fit eytis. All kinads of
H. SNID)ER, .
HU. A. RI
can run thog
ii. or climb over
fV6 GentS Reuatia
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Areof A bent lNO sentil MAUMINmE Y Fgiup.i
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Wetr t he 1o utic outfo
huerymn g , lin
an aTtreshrs ~~lo Ala
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nme tu-Ilng t ( ei a l ba'rps gisl
trepairork W i theiu wlr linek.
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is it, Scrael guance
leit a ndth beerakne