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Additiona Locals.
Fou QAIE- 12-horse Eagle boiler
and 10-horse engine, in good order,
at a bargain, if taken at once. C. G.
Voight, 2 miles north of Easley.-tf
The Jason Gillespie Home in West
End. 3 acres. See J. McD. Bruco.
Newspaper advertising is A ',
There was never a better crop of
upland corn in South Carolina within
our recollection. It is made.
If you wish to make money you
must hunt for it. A dollar won't
get out a search warrant to find you,
If you are in trade be wise and ad
vertise.
Married, September let at the
bome cf the officiating minister, Rev.
W. 0. Seaborn, Miss Malissa Braz
eale to Mr. John Durham. Both of
Pickens county.
Mr. Ernest Reid of Dublin, Texas,
was happily married to Miss Olive
Jones, daughter of Mr. Bennett Jones
of Pumpkintown on Sunday the 25th
ultimo. Their many friends wish for
them a long life of happiness.
Good advertising attracta good
money. Its magnetic power i i posi
tive and is as irresistible as an un
usually pretty woman. The wore
attractive and continuous the adver
tising doue the more money comes
to the advertiser.
There will be a school picnic at
Norris school house at Norris, S. 0,
on September 14th, 1907. The fol
lowing speakers are expected to be
present and deliver addresses: Hon
C. H. Carpenter, Supt R. I
Hallum , Hon. 0. B. Martin, Dr. H
J. Harrinigton, and Hon. Julius E.
B>ggs.
Old, But They "Still Live,"
Mr. and Mrs. Fielding Lewis are
tbe hnppiest old people in all of up.
per Carolina, and all bwcause of th<
adveut of a little dlaughter into theii
home last
gratulation
the fond
friends.-{[ enw
Notice to Old Sokiers,
The following persons are reqefited
to call at the residence of Mrs. T. J.
Mauldin: Presiden t P'ickens Chapter, U.
D. C. and receive tihe Crosses of Honoi
which should havo beeni bestowed J un el
but, owing to somne delay in manufae
turing, haive just been received:
S. H. Brown, J. F, Cauley,
W. S. Durham, A. K. Edensr,
C. B. Finley, WV. A. Hendricks,
J. J. Hunter, S. P. Maw,
S. D. Stewart, J. WV. Thomas.
MEEYsKIDNEYCURE
Makes Kidneya and Bladder Right
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney Trouble.
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
and cheerfulness soon
p . disappear when the kid
neys are out of order
or diseased.
Kidney trouble has
:become so prevalent
that it is not uncommon
for a child to be born
a' afflicted with weak kid
c=- neys. If the child urin
. " ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed-wetting, depend upon it, the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpicasant
trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made mis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It is sold
by druggists, in fifty
..........,aummaz tlers received
from sufferers cured. in writing Dr. Kilmer
& Co., Bingham'ton, N. Y., be sure and
mention this paper.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamion,
bl. Y., on every bottle.
IN THE BU
Business will push itself but in t
Business. You are after barl
No shop-worn goods to wo
Iresh and going at prices that w
'Men's or Boys' Pa
That New I
Going at $1.25, $1.50, $1.61
Pair a trade winner.
Work shirts at your own pric
All plain and flowered lawn c
while the 6c grade goes at 5c.
Try our
Green Coffee
Granulated 18
Sugar
So it goes along
W. E. Freei
"AT THE 01
Don't forget that we pay highe
pro-duce, either cash or trade.
IPRiooI
FOR YOUNG MEN A
Ill the Gardall spio of I
Bemitifful scenery. Invigoritt ing clitm
(areftl attetntioi to needs of stleut.
colleges. Termi very renonable.
':ILL TERM OF
mae or inform-stion, address
W, H. WOODA
I have a I
Among them are the rec"'.-n
Clocks ~with weights, whIiichl:
And a new line of SILVER
Silver WATCHES. A nice in
glasses to fit eyes. All kinds of
HI. SNIDER, ..
H. A. RI
EMI - E|BE||Y!-E
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
--SELLS TI
WIRE FENCIN(
HORSE
HIGH, TIIgw
'Bull TIIarII
Strong
ChickenV
Proof
Nothing
can run through
ii. or climb noer
Si SEA:ON
he dull season we must push
ains and we want your trade.
k off. Everything new and
ill catch you if you call on us.
i ts
ot Just Received
, $1,75 and $2.00. Every
Ic straight marked down to 4c,
1 b1s
lbs
for
the line at
Haid CO.
.D STAND."
st market prices for country
ipstitro.
ND YOUNC WOMEN.
k "Land of the Sky."
te. C mp e poten t TIhachers.
Pr-epares, for sohraeclass in best
AUU8T 19
LL, Principal.
omod lin~e of
end('al- ok1d style Seth TPhomias
am selliug at speciaul bargains.
WARE. Also solJid Gold and
ic of Sp'ectcles; I guarantee
repair work in the jew'1ry line.
- Eaisley, S. C.
[OH EY,
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE,
LE BEST
ON EARTH!
E~t
it,cr w un e
it an break' it4
The Labor
Ten or 15 years agc
deal of labor to cultivi
crops. Labor becomi
high farmers were con
proved implements to .
pense in cultivating -
crops. Instead of thre<
to one mule, we often
mules to one hoe hand
labor at the washtub?
ditions with the house]
serious as they were
The wife needs a good
just as badly as the hi
cultivators, mowers, ra
chines, etc. Your wif
ter meals, will give y
will give you cleaner c
purchase for her one o
chines that we guaran1
You wont have to get
go from house to hous,
till the middle of the
find some one to do
Try one of these mac.]
always think kindly of
to buy one.
CRAIG I
ONE-PRICE C
ALL KIN
STRAW
At Grreatl
PRI(
Now is your thie to
alMost your
L. ROTHt
TIhe UL
Haberdasher.
Carolina Mmt
Inisurance
Chartered Unider the Law
Gen. TPreasurer. W.. P. 1 Ticlc, Glen. Secretar
Thei Cairolinau Al tuail is a I Iomec Institutiori
mont have Ia en aumranged with spcial refere
I On of Its policy holIders4.
Chaupter s hamve. baeen organmiz'ed in GreIien vil
buirg andl Cherokee cout jies. Thel Andelrston
ihatptors aire growin-g very fast. Onmo thous
All healthy whtite' i'eol from 13 to (0 ye irs
Entrance fee: 15 to 30 years of age *SA, 30 to~
WV. P. 1liels, Secretary Gireenville Chitjder
hpe;R. J. G;an' , Secretary Sparltnburg
Tis i l'sohttely a 1 [o--tm In'stittion. Wl]
Hie a better and ch~eape(r inst itution at y'our
Th'le moey to pay (eachI death claim is alwa
the county wheire t he Chapter is locnted.
Problem.
it required a great
ite and harvest the
ng so scarce antd
pelled to buy irn
save labor and ex
Lnd haivesting their
a or four hoe hands
see two or three
What about the
We find the con
<eeper are just as
with the farmer.
washing imachine
Lsband needed the
kes, shredding ma
e will cook you bet
ou sweeter smiles,
lothes, if you will
f our washing ma
Lee to do the work.
up before (lay and
e through the dew
mnorning trying to
the day's washing.
lines and you will
bus for indiucing you
3ROS.
ASII STORE.
DS OF
.HATS
r ReducL0ed
ic ES.
get choice Hats at
SCH ILD,
Tailor.
- - s m
tal Life
Association.
; of South Carolina,
in, Vicc-P'residfenig 11. J, Southern..
and all the detailsq of its mnanage
nee~ to the 'onlvenienmce and pro*ee..
l10, Ande~lrson, Greenwl ~ ood, Sportanrm
m il ter is neamrly full, and the othi-r
mud mnemblers (onstitute a Chapter..
of amge aire 'ligible to miembership.
40i 65, 410 to 5"0 $0(, 50 to 60 ~;
miembiership1 can desi'bgnate whvJ
Chapijter; W. M. Austell, Secretar v
~y insure in ( ther states u fe' y, '
own door'?
ys on hand tind deoposited ini a h) It
C >uld an y , lac- h,, -

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