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Entered April 23, 1908 at Pickens, 8. C., as second class matter, under aot of Congress of March 8, 1879.
VOL. XXXVIII PICXES, SOUTH CAROLINA, THURSDAY. AU ST 29, 1907 NO, '.
ilt cure any case o
beyond the reach of ine<
Pickens Drug C
-Con1ducted by the
South Carolina Farmers' Educational and
Com MunieatioMt Intended for this depar
onent should be addressed to J. U. Strinling,
eidleton, South Carolina.
FARMERS, GET READY.
From all ofer South Carolina comes o
inquiry about how to proceed to get r,
- p a Farmers' Union and all about b
o work of that organization. h
In answer, will say that the first e
step is to get 15 good farmers to. a
gether ready to be organized, then v
write 'the state secretary, B. F.
Earle, raon, S. C., and get in.' v
structions \,, .1 literature giving all o
instructions as to bow to proceed to b
organize and when an orgaaizer can e
be synt to your section of the state. h
DO NOT F"".tr THIS.
That at all p. as where Farmers'
Uop speakers are to address the
people, that the people at these places0
are expected to advertise these meet
ings and mabe; all local arrange
inents to suit themselvee, and to meet
the speakers at the railroads.
In our travels over the state the
cheering sight of the finest corn crops
evor seen in ibe state greets the trav
eler in m3 arly every section.
Fortified with fine corn and feed
crops and entrenched behind over
one thousand cotton warehouses and
increasing our membership at an
average of more than 3,000 per day,
the Farmers' Union justly feels proud
of its grand success. Farmers, stand
firm to your original principles and]
guard against the influence of the
wily demagogue politician and the
demagogue ne,%spaper, and. all the
cotton bears on earth cannot climb
-over or dig under your fences.
Two of the worst enemies of the
Farmers' Union that we are now up
to is the demagogue in our ranks
and some inconsistent newspaper
man on the outside that are at it all
the while warning the Farmers'
Union of the dangerous demagogue
and at the same, time advocating the
impcrtation of low-grade immigrants
for the use of cotton mills. Now, it
does look like any man with even
ordinary intelligence should knowv C
that this low-grade immigrant class ~
of people are the very best support
.ers of demagoguery on the face of
-the earth. Hence we warn the Union
against the influence of either the
demagogue politician or these dema
gogue newspaper men, One of these
is as dangerous a leader as is th~e
Tpere is some significance about
this continual harping about the
4 Bliation of the Farmers' Union with
the Federation ,of Libor and the
demngogue that smacks of pure rot
when it is known. that these same
newspapers have always opposedi
farmers' organizations and catered
to the interest of corporations.
Whereas, the poplation of these
Uuited States of America is being
constantly, rapidly, anid as wye think
most unwelcomely increased by an
overwhelming tide of foreign immin
gration composed largely of paupers
criminals and otherwise underslrable
Whereas, seeing the strenuous et
f orts betug made by some of the
F Kidney or Bladder Diq
icine. No medicine, can
ompany,'Pickens, Parken's Phai
outhern states to encourage thi
)reigners to come into this South
ind of ours and viewing such efforti
rith alarm and great disfavor, thai
re join in the great battlecry, abolist
>reign immigration; and
Whereas, seeing that a large par
f the troubles and disturbances i[
bie country arise from foreign ideat
romulgated by the foreign element
r our population, politically, socially,
sligiously or otherwie; and tha
efore we were ufihicted with thes(
ordes of criminal and reckless for
igners, lockouts, socialis'n, anarchy
ud many other evils were practicec
ery little, if any; and,
Whereas, we feel and know tha
e have the purest and highest typi
f Anglo Saxon citizenahip on earti
ere in the Southern states and earn
Atly desiring to keep it such, at leas
ere in this bright, sunny South Car
lina of ourf; and,
Whereas, we feel and know, witl
be accursed jug traffic that the ex
ress companies are fostering upot
ur people and ruining so many o
ur young men and older ones, too
,ith the Sabbat'i-breaking foreigneri
uiixed with a class of low, degrade<
lunday-drinking boys for their t<
aix with would make darkest Afric
Resolved, That wo are deteiminei
hat as far es in our power lies t
eep our splendid inheritance for ou
elves, our children and our children
hildren and strive to better fit an
repare them for the daily avooatio:
f life and citizenship.
2d. That we the Bishop Brand
jocal No. 28 of the Anderson count
?armers' Educational and Co-operi
ive Union otAm.rica are unalterabi
rrevocably opposed to foreign imm
gration of any kind and in any mat
ier whatever and i4 they do come (
,heir own accord let them pros
hiemselves by making. good citizeni
A. H. Mitchell.
The above resolutions adopted b
Jnion and ordered published.
0. W. Gilliard, Sec.
The Help Question.
Rollingstone Nomoss In one of hl
ourneys stopped at the door of
.uburban house, and when the "lad,
f the house" responded to his kne:
ie politely asked:
"Can you oblige me with a little hel[
"No," was tl~e response, "I'm afral
iot. All my help left this morning
t's very hard to get help In the sul;
EEMEDY FOR D1REOEA NEVE)
KNOWN 'TO FAIL.
"I want to say a few words for Chair
>erlain's olic, Cholera and di'rrhoe
emody. I have used this preparatio
u my family for the paso five years an,
aye recommended it to a number c
eople in York county and have neve
mnown it to fail to effect a cure in an
netance. I fell that I cimtnot say ,to
nuveh for the best nmedicine of the kiin
n the world."-5. Jamison, Spriin
)rove, York count,y, Pa. This reined
s for sa by the Pickenis Drng Co.
The effect of nt
You catch col
down because of t
X It build, new blood
t ALL. DRUO~iST
Do not risk having
ease: not Bright's Disease
do more. or Diabetes
What Is tl?
Uproar is Opt
When the Japs shall
It is not'the
Din of battle
In Morocco .
Whe the rattle
Where the, Makim
Fills the spaces
Of the Arab's
Neither is it
His poor Niblets
With his comic
It is none of
'hese, dear ladies,
Nor the lid rat
Moved fron Hades
Just the weather
Round the collar
By our old friend
-[St. L uis Post-)ispatcb.
"Judge," said Mrs. Starvein to t
. migistrate who had recently come
board wltf6 her, "I'm partleularly at1
I lous to have you try this chicken soul
3 "I have tried It," replied the mag
trate, "and my decision Is that t
chicken has proved an alibi."-Trav
3 Ing Man's Magazine. A
HAD AN AWFUL TIME,
But Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera a]
Diarrhoea Remedy Cured Him.
It is with pleasure that I give y4
this unsolicited testimonial. About
f year ago when I had a case of the me
ales I got caught out in a hard rain ai
e the measles settled in my stomach a
i. bowels. I hIad an awful time and bi
it not been for the use of Chamberlatir
Cholera, Colic bnd !Diarrhoea Rmed
I could not have possibly lived but a ft
hours longer, but thanks to this reme<
I am now strong and well. I have wr
Y ton the above through simple gratitui
and I sh"il always speak a good word I
this remedy.-Sam H. Gwin, Coucor
Ga. For sale by Pickons Drug Co.
A Doomed Cheese.
"General Thoma H. Rugei
r said a man who knew him we
S"was, like' many -army officers,
authority on good cooking, but1
, detested rank, high cheeses. At
dinner he said that a very ra:
I cheese was once left at his hea
-quarters to be called for, and aft
it had remained unclaimed two da
he posted this notice:
' "'If the cheese sent here addrea
ed to Private Jones is not call<
for in two days it will be shot.'"
TEN YEAIIS TN nED.
I "F~or ten years I wasa confined to r1
f bed with disease of my kidneya," writ
r R. A. Gray, J. P., of Oaikville, Ind.
y was so severe that I could not move p
j of the time. I consulted the very ba
I medical skill avaibaible. buit could get a
g relief until Foley's Xian-y Cnre w
y recommned to me. It has been a O
senn to me."
alaria lasts a long time.
ci easily or .become run
lie after effects of malaria.
ourself withSc t'
and tones up your nervous
3: B 80. AND $.00.
W. H. Chd
5AWEb OAK, VINE AND
Oct. I R. F. D. ,PICK
J, CAIRTEI, W.. T. O'DwwLL
President, Vioe Presid
Dlloeiti - - -.
F. B. MORGAN W .OD
J. N- MORGAN, J. RTER,
Accounts of Merchants, Farmera, Firms, ai
WeA re NoW Re
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Nothing but expense was spare
goods. We are satisfied that w
1,e right styles and the right prices.
Don't Let Cheap Talk S
0t If our goods are not as repres(
them. Some goods are higher
,divide with you. We have everyt
3d ' Dry thoodo Notion, Undorwog
that the average customer wants,
the price as low as same goods ar
id When you come to Greenville,
kd make it pay you.
A. K. I
" West End,
M. 1 1,m.7
"W Per cent
The entire stock ol
IL and Boys Clothing
a Reduceed Pr1ices.
9 All sales cash. JA
.. be paid for. No go
proval. No clothir
Come and take y,
120 S. Main
ENS, S. C.
1-. 4). SIRLEY,
LL, H. C. SHIRLEY
J. P. SMITH.
d Inalviduals solicited.
d in the selection of these
e have the right goods, the
sll You Goods,
ne the quality,
,nted, you don't have to buy
than last season, but we will
1r lBliffy ad sh06,
mnd we absolutely guarantee
come to see us, we will
Greenville, S C
1 Per cent'
in the sale at
ods sent on ap