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THIS LABEL STANDS FOR 53 YEAR
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. REGISTERED 183 204 North 1
Next to Ban
jWill cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not pr
beyond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. .
1Vickensi Drug Company, Pickens, Parken's Pharmacy., Liberty.
For an Imaitred Appette.ORA ZE 19 .
To improve the aippetite and strenigth- g. Cmit V .OD~L
on the dijostion try a few~ doses of Ciiam Peiet iePeiet
berlain's Stomach and Liver T1ablets.
Mr. J H1. S.itz, of Detroit, Michi., says: v rI
"Tlhey restored my appEtite when im- r~ u
paired, relieved me of a bloaated Leln
and caused a plemsant and s':tisf'ctoriy
movement of thes bewe's4." SamrplesLIETYS.C
free. Pickens Drug (Co.
Electioni Notice. pi! - - - -
Pi:cns, S. C., Rep. 7t, 1907. ~ oi ~ ~ RCOS
ens askng'ur n oectCu o r'* ,OGA W. T. O'DE.:n ,
Wherefore a ition fereyomre Centr al Deposit - ______ _
sc~~~~~~~hool district N.9 a enfldwt
elcinbe held in said ,-ho districREO
By order of (ounty Road of Educai
tion Pickens cI-mnty. R. T. HlliumI,
Sec. & Chrm. Co. Bid. Ed.aogwhccn
Notice to Teacheris.tostevroe
An examninaitiona for teachers will be i ti~ tpcsa)
held in the conrt house at JPickenai On
Friday October 18. Examinations wvill ''fnynvly
commence. promptly at 9 o'clock. A p
plicants to furnish their own stationery,ihshasav
legal cap paper proferred. a
R. T. Hallum,
Co. Fal.lElliTe oe theca
qui ew eqtaplespt
on 4 Childers, A
rs .. FURNISHINGS.
.e utmost care we have selected our Clothes
y BECAUSE WE FEEL THAT
9 YOU ARE A MAN WHO HAS
iEKING RELIABILITY. VALUE FOR
- clothes since the first of July, therefore we
yoa all new goods.
RIES W111i4i tie pencI ot LIL.
Tite you to call and see us and we will showv
.e of merchandise which will please you.
11art, Anderton & Cbilders,
'"i" S**ee, Greenville, S. C.
k of Commerce.G eevl ,S.C
Carolina IMuitual Life
t risk having
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JP SM~IT . '.r 'rr .P lec1(e.Sceuy
'lie Carolina XiMutua is a Ho mie Intjituton and all the details of its man g .
$2Smeat havt been arrimge d with special reference to the convenience and proter
~ .aoCha pt ers have beeni organized ini Greenville, Anderson, G renoo, Sparta n
b)urggnd Cherokcee colmtt~ee. The Anderson Chapter is, nearly full, and the other
Chapters are growing very fast. One thousand members constitute a Chapt'r.
Alli healthy wht people fromi 15 to 60 yeLars of age are eligible to memibership1
H. C. HIRLEY Entoince fee: 15 to .30 years of age *4, 30 to 40 $5, 40 to 50 $6, 510 to 60 .17: :js~
J. P SMIH. ssment at death $1.15. Any applicant for membership can dlesignate whioh
iie.Chapter lie or she desires to be placed in.
W., P. Hlicks, Seretary Greenville Chtpter: J. C. Payne, Secretary Anderson
hapter: R?. J. Gant, Secretary Spartanburg Chapter; W. M. Austell, Secretary:
This is absoulutely a Ho--no Institution. Why insuro in other states when yomi
h ave a better and cheaper in,titution at your owvn door?
CC C( 11N W The money to pay each dleathl cla imn is atlways on hand aind dleposited in a banic
osin the county where the Chapter is located. Could any pla1ce be safer?
bc fon tyles
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o the very latestH . LL OE E
he 1)1CC, 300,SUCCESSOR TO
cveronc. W . H. Chastain,
DILr DEALER IN
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si. c~. Oct.i - R. F. D. A, PICKENS. S. C.