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It Is said to be a rather enurior~4 cir
cumnstance that some of the most im
portant inventions have been made by
'"society droped th~eDe. Lacys 'ae
rause thyhad a skeleton in elr
,Itoset, I understand?2"
"No-because they didn't keep It
Have a care of whom you talk, to
whom and of what and where.-Hor
"Everybody Should Know"
nays 0. 0. Hays, a prominent business~
man of Bluf,~ of., that Buckclen's Arni
ea is the quickest and surest healing
naive ever applied to a sore, burr. or
wound or to a case of Piles. I've used
it and know what I'm talking abont," I
Guaranteed by the Piokens Drug Co,
For an Impaired Appette.
To imn rove the appetite and strength
enl the dIestion try a few doses of Chain
berlaiu's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
Mr. J H. Seitz, of Detroit, Mioh., says:
* ~'They restored my appetite when im
paired, relieved me of a bloated feeling
and caused a pleaant and santisfacetory
movement of the bowela." Samples
free. Pickens Drug Co.
The origin of playing cards Is un
known. The Invention has been at
tributed to the Rlomans, to the Chi
tiese, to the Arabs and also to the
French. The Invention In all proba
bility belongs to the Chinese. Play
tng cards have been known In Europe
Old maids wonld be near ce and hard to
- - Could they be made to see. [find,
Now grace and beatuty is combined
By using Rocky Mountain Tea.
A Rare Ooeupatlon.
Nobody had ever been able to find
out exactly how U~ncle Bernie managed
to make both ends meet, as he had no
-visible means of support and was icon
stItutionally opposed to hard work.
"What do you do for a living, Uncle
Bemls?" a curious person asleud the
-old darky one day. He gazed solemnly
at his questioner for a moment before
"What do 1 (10?" he repeated, with
ain air of offenideud dignity. "I do de
very bos' I can, lady, an' dat's mno' dan
isome folks can say."--Youth's Compan
results from chronie constipation, which
is uiokly cured by Dr. King's New Life
LPills.Th'ay remove all poisonous germls
from the system and infuse new life and
-vigor, cure sour stomach, nausin, head
ache, dizziness and colic, without grip
ling or discomfort. 25o. Gual&nteed b
Wzokcens Drug Co.
V. Tj:' * V. 1
Q N Septe
full line of s
our store, anc
fit. It you N
will fit well E
pay you to cc
Was It the C'tron Trea?
Was the citron tree the tree oif knowl
edge of good and erV3 II the g1nl4t3
of Eden? Sone )e'rs;ons think Lt w are
In any event, it appenr that *iron'' the
would often he the rIght rentlering in m
passages where the authori.ed version 1e
of the Bible gives "appilt." Ior lu
stance, in the Proverbs, ":b wond 11.1y
spoken is like apples of gol. in ie-- the
tures of silver." And, In tle- Sug oi' dee
Solomon, "As the apple tree among aHie car
trees of the wood, so Is my lioveil ty.
among tie sons." And agau "'iny is 1
me with flagons, comfort me with' sp- m1e
pies, for I am sick of love." thbe
CUltES ALL. SKIN TROUUBLE%
!Sulphur the Aecepted Remedy for a un
dred Year.. .I
Bulphur is one of the greatest reme.* e-rs
dies nature ever gave to man. Ehvyl Ch
physician knows that it cures skina and Im
blood troubles. Hanook's Liqnid Sul
phbur enables you to get the full nenfit I _
mn the moet eonvenient form. Don'ib lt e -
bulpthur tablets or wafers or powd'e.-d I
oulphur in molasses. Hancock's li'.ajid 4e
sulphur is pleasanit to take and perfeet ' me
in its action. All druggists sell it. jford
A well known citixen of Danville, 1n., m
writes: "1 havo had an aggravated eas ent
of Eczema for over 25 years. I have pet
used seven 5f0.cent bottles of the Lignid are
and one iar of your Hancook's Ligmae "
Sulphur Ointment, :and now I feel as of
though I had a brand new, pair of hands i
It hats cured mue aind I am ceitain it wi1 eo
cure any one if they persist in usuig of
Hancock's Liquid Sulphur according towi
diueettones "Butler FEigar "~ niz
-- ---- ----- mein
Mr. JTawback--The biggest Idiots at 1 iv
ways seemi to marry the pretlist we.- or,
men. Mrs. Jatwback-Now you're try- us
ing to flatter tme.--Cleveland Leader. ch.
ENDORSED BY fBE COUNTY. CUl
The popular remedy In Otsego e'ounntyg e
and the best friend of my fnmily, fr
writes Wmn. M. Dietz, editor *.ad pub- 6
lisher of the Otsego Journal, Giiberts- **
ville, N. Y., "Is Dr. King's New Dis- b
cvr.It hors proved to be an infailli
ble cure f rcogsadcdmkig.
shiort woro~ the wors of them.k Web
always keep a bottla in the houpe. I be- res
lieve it to be the mnost valuable. priscrip rca
tions known for L~ung and Throat dis- . ad
eases " Guaranteed to never disappoint ye
the taker by Pickens Drug Co's Drng tic
store. Price 50u and $1. Tiial bottle toi
Burgeon-Will you bequeath your fin
body for dissection after your death?', 9
Patient-No, thanks. i'm not a bit y
curlous.-Lustlge Blatter. fa
* Eczema. eX4
For the good of those suffering withus
eczema or other such trouble, I wish to Dr
say, my wife had something of that kind tje
and after using the doctors' remedies for me
some time conoluded to try Chsamber- of
lain's Salve, and It proved to be better Til
than any thling she had tried. For sale m
by Piokens Drug Co.
fllll 'G and 7, 1
mray, the Coli
npany will have
a1111ples onl dispi
t their expert
will be here to
, and guaratee
vant a frall. suit
Liud wear well ii
ane and see thi
only, 6 an
The Limit of Life.
'he most emainent medical sci-ntials
unanimons in the concIsion that
generally accpted limitation of hu
u life is many years below ihe attain -
Lit p asible with the advauced kuwi
e of which the vace is now possoessed.
e critiepal period that determines its
atiou Cibama to be bi-tween 50 and 60;
proper enre of the body during this
ade cantn)t be too strongly urged;
Aessuees then being fital to longevi
Nature's beat helper -after 50 yoars
?ioctrie Biteors, the scientific tonic
oime that vevitaliz-a every organ of
body. On:.ranteed bay the Pickens
ig Co. Droggista. 500.
Riotel Manager-Have the Bark
found fault again today ? Hotel
'rk-Yes, sir. They complain as
ch. as if they were getting their
ird free-Harper's Weekly.
ids most intelligent people to use only
Iicines of known composition. There
it is that Dr. Pierce's medicines, the
kers of whieh print, every ingredient
ering into thems upon the bottle wrap
a and atteit its crrectnes~s under oath,
daily growling in fayor. The comn
ibion of Dr. Pierce's medicines is open
everybody, Dr. Pierco being desirous
leaving the search ifght of investiga
rr turned fully upon his formnh, being
frident that the better the composition
these malicines is known the more
I their great curative merits he recog
ed. Be~ng wholly made of the active
dielnal principles extracted from tna
e forest roots, by exaact processes
gina! with Dr. Pferce, and without the
Sof ai drop of alcohol, triple-relinied an'd
3riialy purie glycerino being used in
ad in extracting and preserving the
iat've virtues residinig in the roots
pl1.r~ed, these medicines are entirely
e from the objection of doig 'harm
creating an appetite for either al
ioile beverages or habit - forming
ags. Examine -the formula on their
btle wrappers-the same as sworn to by
.Pierc3, and you wvill find that his
olden Medical Discovery," the great,
md-puriller, stomach tonic and bowel
rulator--the medicine which, while ndt
ommnended to cure consumption in its
vanced stages (no medieine will do that)
does cure all thoso catarrhal condi
ns of head and throat, weak stomach,
pidi liver and bronchial troubles weak
igs and htig-on-couighs, which, if neog
ted or badly treated lead up to and
ally termninate in consumption.
tete"olden Aledical Discovery"
time and it is not likely to disappoint
ii if only you give it a thmoro1, -a and
rtrial. Don't expect miracles, It
n't do supernhtural things. You must
rcise your patience and persevere in its
for a reasonable length of time to get
full benefits. The ingredients of which
Pierce's medlicines are comtposed have
unqualified endorsement of-s'ores of
dical leaders.-better than any amount
lay, or non-professional, testimonials.
,ey are not given away to be experi
nted with buttlare sold hall dealers i
dicines at reason3(le pr ces.
y ou a
A good recipe oIr ati st%.eiptic inouth
wash i., one 0art of thymiol. twelve
pa;Irts of henzole iid. sixty palrts of
the tineture of elnelypins. fihree parts
or oil or per)iermint aid 40 parts of
Alcohol. Add a few drops to a glass of
water and use for rinsing the mon-Oh
out night and morning.
To Motlhern li ThIa Town.
Children who are delicate, feverish
and cross will got immediate relief from
Mother Gray's Sweet. Powdei s for chil
dren. They cleanse the stomach. act on
thA liver, making a sickly child strong
and healthy. A certain cure for worms.
Sold by all druggists, 250c sample Free.
Addre~ss. Allen 8. Olmated, LeRoy, N. Y.
Too Beautiful For Words.
Hlelene-What do you think? Lieu
teant von Rutz told me yesterday
that I looked so ripping in my new
froet Ire could kiss mue Magdalene
Oh, whren he saw me in mine he said
nothing. Hie just kissed me.-Meggen
Scrub ,yourseh daily, and you're not
clean inde. Clean inside mnes clean
stomach, bowels, blood, liver, clean,
healtby tissne in every orgarn. floral:
Take Holliste'r's Rocky Mountain Tea.
35n Tea or Taiblets.
When an oyster Is a fortnight old, It
la~ not much larger than the head or a
Ppin.. At the end of four years' growth.
It Ist ft for the table.
Foley's Kidney Cure
'makes kkidneys and bladder right
STATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
in pursnance of a decretal order maede
in the following named case0 and eon.ile
in the clerk's office I will sell to the
highest bidder during the legal houlrs for
sale at Piokens Court House, S. C. on
Saleaday in Septembor 1907, the follow
ing described real estate upon the terms
hereinafter mentioned towit:
T. J. Mauldin
All that piece parcel or tract of land
lying and beiug situnate in Pickens coun.
ty, 8. C. ats represented by piat of survey
(which Is on file in ,the olork's office)
mlade by John A. Robinson, 8urveyor,
on the 8th clay of ,July 1907 containing
nineteen (19) acres more or less joining
lands of Jolhn Miontgomery, Miurphrey
ILands and others.
Terms:-Cash on day of sale. Pur
chaser must comply within one ho r
after sale or the premises will be rehd.L
on some subsequent saledaiy at the risk
of the former purcbaser.
cording of same.,
I A. .BOGOS [x,. s.]
'Clerk of Court.
Sum1 o0s fo' Relief.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
Court of Common Pleas.
Aurie H. Fuller, Plainatiff,
Alonzo D. Young, Archibald F. Young.
William L. Young, Joseph W. Young,
Vicettie Drake, Defendants,
Summons for Relief.
To the Defendants aboved naned
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
this action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copyt of
your answer to the said complaint on
the at.bscrlbers at their office at Pickens,
S. C., within twenty days after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service: and if you fall to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,. the
Plaintiff in this nction will apply to the
Court for the a "er demanded in the
Dlat,-d July 94th, A. D. 1907,
A J. Boggs, C. C. P.
J. P. Carey,
* ' Plaintiffs Attorney s.
To the absent Defendants, William L.
Youg ndJoseph W. Young
ITake notice that the summons and
compllaint in the above stated case were
filed in the "file of~ the Clerk of Court of
C2ommion Pleas for Pickens County on
the 24th day of July, 1907.
J. P. Carey,
9 Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Y OU have to pay for HOLMAN'S
BIBLES. and that's what you
Let me order one foar that Birthday
Gif. for your F'athier, Mother, Husband
W ife, Child Sister or B5rother with name,
stamped in gold without extra cost.
D. D. JONES,
J. F. HARRIS,
PICKEJNR, S. C.
hlocky Mountain Tea Nuggets
#a Busy Medicine for Busy People,
Brings Golden Health and Renewed Vigor,
A speciflo for Constipation. infdigestion. Liver
and Kidney troubles. Plmples, Eczema, Impure
Bilood, Bad Breath. Sluggish Howels, Hondache
and Backache. Its Rocky Mountain Tea in tab
lot form. 25t cents a box. Genuine made by
HorLs'rza DnUo COMPANr. Madison, Wig.
40LDEN NUGGETS FOR SAL.LOW PEOPLE