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PICKENS, S. C.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 1907.
As we understand it, cash is be.
ginning to pine for fresh air.--St.
Many Democrats, says the Wash
ingtoba Star, disagree with Mr. Bryan
until he comes to town.
Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt has be
tome a life member of the New York
State Assembly of Mothers.
The East London Primitive Meth
odist Mission has given 33,144 break
fasts to hungry children, besides
taking care of 6.310 homeless and
destitute men and women.
There is one thing about football,
it puts a lot of real money in circula
Quail are $5 a dozen. This should
entitle the quail to a place on the
new $5 gold piece. -[St. Louis Post -
According to the Indianapolis Star,
doubtleso pork and beef will come
down just as soon as they find out
that nobody has anly money with
which to buy them.
A man in Marion, Ind., who never
had a physician dropped dead tbe
other day. There ore two morals ini
this. Take your choice.
A New York Methodist church,
which lately gave the use of its build
ing to a congregation of Jews, who
temporarily wore without a place of
meeting, received in return not ouly
a vote of thanks, but a check for
There is nothing coyer than a
maiden except a widow.
Maud Gonne, of Ireland, la
abandoned politics and will study
art in Paris.
The way for a girl to think she can
love a man is for everybody else t..
think she oughtn't to.
John Burns, member of parliament
and leader of the.Labor party in Eng
land. says the . ost of drinking and
gambling, directly or indirectly, in
Great Britain is $1,070,000,000 a
The way to compliment your wife
on the meals she gives you is to make
fun of other women's.
[Unless a man loses his temper in a
political argument he doesn't feel he
is being loyal to his party.
Victorien Sardon, the distinguished
French playwright, is 75 years old
and in vigorous health. His latest
drama, "L~'A ftaire des Poisons:," (The
Poisoning Affair) will shortly be pri'.
duced in Paris.
Half the fun to a woman of hav
ing a good cry is for somebody elsa
to be there and enjoy it with her,
Washington Monument is 555 feet
high. Eggs shipped from 50 counties
in this state, leaving 64 yet to hear
from, if placed on end would build a
monument 221,882 times higher than
the .Washington shaft.- [K. 0. Star.
There is a little devil in the best of us.
And a little angel in the worst of us,
And it don't become any of us
To say much about the rest of us.
God bless all of us. -- [Puck,
. Ef Proverdence hears de po' man
w'en he cries," said the old colored
p~hi'wopher, "it's~ a good idee fur hire
1.-r start ter erv airly in die y'eor, so's
he kin, gir. what hie's cryin' fer by
Chr'is'm us "-j Atlanta cO.nstitutio-i
Upon retirement from office Mr.
Roosevelt igiiht be wade editor of
the Oungressional Recofd.-(New*,,
and Courier. -
When the air is gray and anappy, it
And the snowflakes mlosy e-quirm,
Then the only tbiug that's happy Jt
Is the gay pneumonia germ. 4
A Savanuah man went 1( Wheb
lngton OLd announced that the South N
is for Roosevelt. A man who has no
better conception of the political sen- at
timent of the South than that should 3t
not be allowed to run at large.-[Co. do
lumbus Ledger. th
Kenny Bryan is a very bright Igw- to
yer, no doubt, and will dp be td
knock up the present dispensary lawI D
but Jimmy Oary and Tommy Cotn - t
ran, who fixed up that law, know a
thing or two when it comes to the
scratch.-[Newherry Observer. f
On the farima of Norway during th
planting and harvesting time more pa
women than tun are seen in the "I
fields. ' D
A cork carried to a depth of 200
feet below the surface of the sea will
not rise again owing to the pressure 81
"Why do you do that?" iexnanded
the teacher. 'Oh, just for fun," re- of
plied Tommy Tuff. '"Bo:: didn't you -e
know it was agM ,t the rules?'
"Srdat's wheegrd.. fun comes i.
- Phil* Press. de
Miss Clarke Entertertalned Class. he
Miss Irene Claike entertained on o4
Thanksgiving evening in honor of her U1
music classe. hi
The songs by Misses Clarke, Hunt. da
er, and Parsons and Mr. Willie Hunt
added mueb to the evenIg. Aftier
plaving games for a whi'e the guests
were invited to a feast of nuts, fruits '
etc. Pktys were again resumed.
Delightful music was furniebed by
Misses Clarke, Brown, L'arsona and E
MoWhorter. . h
About 10 o'olvok the guet a began a
to depart having E-peut a delightful is]
The last instance of boiling to death at
took place -in Persia in 1890. The of- af
fender, guilty of stealing some state- tI
revenues, was put into a caldron of ht
cold water, which was slowly heated: all
to the boiling point. His bones were
distributed as a warding among the di
peoilsional tax collectors.
H. Snider has his stoc'k repeaished ^
for the hohiday trade with new patterns II(
in watches, lookets, brncelets, etc..
A fair line of emblenloods also sev- m2
eral brauds.of -atandard'quality silver. Pi
More new goodsa will, be in before this s
reaches you. Make somebo~dy glaid with to
a nice piece of jewelry from tkis stock. al
Christmas Holiday Rate. ~X
The Charlestan, & Weastetn daroli
na Railway w ill sell excursion tickt ts
on account of the iolidayg at :veryI
low rates for the round trip.
Tickets on sale Dec 20-25 inclusivE,
80th and 31st 1907, and Jan. 1, 1908 I'
with final limit returning Jan. 6,
For further information apply to fi
ticket agents or, ea
Ernest Williams, t<
lien. Pass. Agent.
807 Broadway, Augusta, Ga.5
There is one thing that will
cure it-Ayer's Hair Vigor.
It is a regular scalp-medicine.
It quickly destroys the germs
which cause this disease.
The unhealthy scalp becomes *
healthy. The dandruff disap
pears, had to disappear. A
.healthy scalp means a great deal
oyo-healthy hair, no dan
du nopimples,no eruptions.
IThe best kind of a testimonial
"Sold for over sixty yearu." 5
a4 o J0.adr... tt., age.
Dutce of Final StteutauAd D180sohae
Notice 'is hereby given that I wil
Lake application to J. D. Newber) .
adge of Probate for Pickens ceug it
Ie insite of South Carollia, on the
ly of January, 1908. at 11 o'clock it
i forenoon, or as soon thereafter al
Id application can be heard for leav4
makefinal settlement of the estate ol
)b C. Smith, deceased, and obtain dis
amige as administrators of said estate
Dec 5, 1907-4 M. T. SMITH.
otice of Final Settlement and Dis
Notihe is iereby given that I will make
>plication to J. B. Newbery, Esq.
idge of Probate for Pickens county, in
e State of South Catolina, on the 91
y of January, 1908, at 11 o'clock il
e forenoon, or as soon thereafter at
id application can be heard, for leave
make final settlemout of the estate o
A. Cochran, deceased, and obtaim
charge as administrator of Mai4 estate,
3c. 12, 1907. 0. B. Cochran.
Admr. with the will annexed.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons holdbng cla ma against khe
ate of the late J. E. Wyatt must pre
it the same duly proven on or before
) first day of Feb. 1908, or be debarred
yment; and all persons indebted tk
Id estate, mnst make payment on oz
fore the hove date to the undersigned,
c. 19,1907, 18. .J. E. Wyatt,
Admrat., Greenville, S. 0.
!ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
V HEREAS, Lena St. Coobrain made
suit to me to grant her Lettert
Administration of the estate and
recta of R. B. Cochran
These are therefore, to cite and ad
311sh all and singular the kindred and
editora of the. said R. R. Cochran,
ee:sed, that they be and appeal
'fore me, in the ourt of Probat,, t(
held at Pickens on the 2 day o:
n. 1908, after publication hereof, at 11
slok in the forenoon, to show cause il
y they have, why the a dd administra,
)n should not be graited.
Given under my hand, this the 191
y of Dec. Anno Domini 1907.
J. B. NEWBERY, [seal)
J. P. P. C.
CATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
WHEREAS, J. H. Lawreooe and R,
Lawrence made suit to me to grani
am letters of Admiuistramtion of the es
,e and effects of E. H. Lawrence
These are therefore to cite and admon.
L sill and singular thme kindred and
editors of the said E. H. Lawrence,
Ceased, that they be lend appear before
e. in the Court of Probate to be held
Pickens an the 4th day of Jan. 1908,
ter publidatton bereof, at 11 o'clock in
s forenoon, to show cause, if any they
ive, why the said Admitnistratior
onld not be granted.
Given under my hand this, the 4
iy of Dec., Anno bomini 1907.
J B. NawBEny, (Sea)
J. P. P. 0.
ifice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I wil
ake application to J. B. -Newbery Esq
eobate Judge of Picirens county, in the
ate of South Carolina, on the 8d day o:
Lnuary, 1909, at 11 6'clock in tiie
renoon, or as soon thereafter as sat.
eplication can he heard,. for leave t<
ake final settlement of the estate o
L. C6111ns,deceased, and :obtaiui die
aarge as aidininistrator of said estate.
44 A. J. loggs, 0, O. P. '
)tlce of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I wil
ake application to J. B. N ewbery Esq
idge of Probate for Pickens county. ir
me state of South Carolina, on the 7th
ay of January 1908, at 11 o'clock in the
>renoon, or as soon thereafter as the
Lid application can be heard, for leave
make final settlemenrt o f the estate 01
3hn B3. Sutherland deceased, dind ob
tin discharge as executor of said estate
Dec. 1907t4 D. F. Sutherland,
otce of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I wil
itke application to J. B. Newbery Esq
udge of Probate for Pickens county, ii
Lae state of South Carolina on the 2i
ay of January 1908, at 11 o'clock It
he forenoon, or as soon thereafter am
mid ap~plication can be heard, for leave
make final settlemen t of the estate 0;
lideon Ellis deccaaed, and obtain die
barge as administrator of said estate.
6Dec1997 0. A. Ellis,
SSle for Partition.
On Saleeday in January, 1908, we wil
nelhundred highest responsible bidder
nehnrdand tweny (120) acreso
and, known as the Robi neon Mill tract
ecated in Dacusville townshi , water
f Carpenter'sCreek. Good mnilon place
ow running. Two fine shools on creek
everal acres goodt bottom, 20 to 8I
cres in cultivatiton, balance well timn
Tlerms of sale: One-half cnsh, balanc<
a twelve months with Interest from da'
Purchaser to pay for all papers.
D. F". Sutherland,
.J. M. Crenshaw,
agents for heirs of Mary A, Sutherland
We Haxi Thi
Not so with us. My books show p N
Increase over last year. ,
AID Cause-We have the right goods at Be
the right prices. We are content with year
mall profits. During the money strin. H,
gency wetare gpg to make it more in. 129
teresting by dividing profits still further
and all buyers of dry goods and shoes ohea
will find it greatly to their interest to do bouj
their Christmas trading with us. All H<
goods must be as we represent them or' pletf
we make them good to you. stra
A few prices will convince you what for i
say is true: W
Large jize cotton blanketa 50t the pair. shoe
Large size heavy cotton blankets $1. righi
F 0 R C i R I
Santa . Claus I
A lot of good
the little folkes, big folks, you:
and all kinds of folks. We
for them all. The lrrgest
ried in Pickens froma I
to the fiuest chocolal
ples of the vet
you all. A bil
aud in fki
Wishing you a
Christmas. We ap
trade you may g
Ashmore & I
HU. A. RJI(
GENERAL MERCHANDISE ANI
HIGH, TIE WEL
can run through 11
or climb over ancd
This is the season of the year whe
or '1lopcoat, or a heavy weight Sui
more comfortable than a doctor ori
on the temper and mar- or 4
Owing to the strinp'
ing our vast stock at
>rth Carolina wool blankets $2.50 pr
ter wool blankets up to 10 the pair
tter red flannel than we had last
at 15 and $5 cents.
avier cotton flannel for 8j, 10 and
qbelieve we,; 4*.1! k 20 p
per 9han to ane raistylk
:ht elsewher It,
isiery and -aht war .itke..,
We sell ribbed hose for 10 cents
ght that can't, be equalled anywhere
?ss than 12' cents.
e are stribtly headquarters for good
), the leather Is right, the style is
and the price shall always be right.
S T M A8
ig folks, old folks and
have got the very
line of candy car.
es and- Ron. -
y best .
. .an an =
L, crawl under
n you need an Overcoat
t, and it is cheaper and 4
irug bill and less wearing