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PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY, -1ANUVRY 23 1908.
Thoso 11r-o n form timecs int-et
Speidtbrifts are studying curiene
problems and topers are talking terr
There in one extra day in this year
and it is a pesidelntial campaigi
year, tuo. That's hard luck,
NOw York paid last your $21.000,
000 in interest and will pay thjis ye1
$24,000,000, about the sam1e as thz
The Abbevill<. Chronicle is correc
when it says: "It costs mole for i
dull'merchant to brush the dust 41
his gouds than -it would to adartis
and sell them."
Among the richer classep 343 i
1.000 live to sixty years; in the mid
die classe-175; of the laboring clu
156. This figures that only one pei
son in a thousand rea3hes the agte c
Capt. Carter cannot get back th
money be stole, but he may gni
comfort from the fact that-.UocI
Sam, and not a lawyer, has it.
Elsio-"13obby, when you grow ul
whatt kind of a wife are you going t
marry1" Bobbie (promptly)--'O.
that doesn't button up the back
Sometimes a man almost. rogre
having escaped the grip only to fa
into the han lo of the tax-collector.
Mich tel J. Doyle. of Bostor, spe
$4,000, all his savingg, so thalt I
might Rw( ar in a poor debtor's con
thAt he had not $2J, and cod
thereby escape paying what ha r
garded as an exborbitant dutism
Mayor McClellan has had conf,-rre
upon him a medal of honor bay t.1
Societe des Architectes Diplome
which consists of graduates Iromu t.,
Beaux Arts of Paris, in recogniti.n <
the interest he has taken in beautif;
ing New York city. Tisi is thme tir,
time the society has given its med,
to an American.
On a tract of about 600 acres nen
Ma~rfrees', oro, in Pike county, HaDULI
western Arkansas, some 100 mbile
from the city of Little Rock, 3mot
than 130 diamonids have been fonn
within tbe last year. In size thec
tary from one sixty fourth carat t
six and one-half carate; in colar frot
dark brown to the highly-prized him
This, from (he Chicaga Journal,
not altogether ironical: "Dn't yo
occasionally have ompany at ti
house that bores you." "Often. B,
we bave 'a retwedy. We always Ia
our li'tle Johnny recite."
The. Atchison, Topeka & Santa I
Riailroad has gone into tree-growia:
in order to provide for its future mu;
ply of crosetie. The Santa Fe hi
adopted the eucalyptus as the mo
suitabil7 species -for. ti9 pur pobe. L
cause of Its rapid growth, great den
*It) and durability, and is now plan
ing~ 700 acres in a ranch oif 9,((
aeres In Southern Califormia to siuc
An nninformed writer states th
"43ryan and Roosevelt are the on
big American talkers left." This 13
low will find out his mistake if I
will Sojoura in Colunibis during ti
sext 40 days, says the Orangebu,
HUMAN RACE A
Cooper Says Internal F
The following remarkable statemcnt
%as recently mado by L. T. Cooper. pi
It concerns the preparation which has b
been so widely discusecd throughout fi
the country during the past year, and g
has iold in such enormous quantities si
In leading cities:
"It is now a well-kinown ' 'act that p
wherever I have Introduced my Nev 'I
Discovery medicine, hundreds of peo- g
ple have brought internal parasites, o
or tapeworms, to me. In many caseb a
these people did not know the nature g.
of the parasite, and wcro consequently g(
extremely nervous until I explained p(
the matter to them. In some cities so
many have had this experience that a<
the public generally became :.larnied. to
"I take this opportunity of explain- al
ing what these creatures are, and what t1
I have learned about them in the past.
"Tapeworms "re much more com
inon than would be supposed. I Yen- W
ture to say that ten per cent. of all e
chronic stomach trouble, or what is ti
known as a 'rundown' condition,. is re
caused by them. An individual may
suffer for years with one of these great tc
parasites and not be aware of it. -
Pvilt rv," sa.n the *Pirtland Ore- di
gonian, "is to 1*, tand is rast b)ecom.
ijg. ue of the greatest. rnatters uf in.
t. rest and iources of " ealt h to the e
peopl ,I ( -*u. 1. is surt to b; at '
-iany iutereft a a :4iudustrieis that ir
E have beon more pietetitious." . Tho. ,
poultry fanciers of Pickens' ni lugd OU
I 'uearken. 'Ihi opputunity is here. t
Many. phyric ane,.agree tibat. it J
o more or less dangerons to stop betv bi
a drinking too abrupily. Ati3 how,
e prohibition is less thin three weeks'
old in Ge"srgia, and adrready a wank in
Gainesville reports "an aligator.
staped eteature, Wtripeod 'with many
(oloro, that foil from tbe louds 1a4t
To the quebtion, "D.) yon drinl.?"
t Speaker Cannon is quoted as having
t replied. with aspeiity, "It.'s none of
your damned lusitisst." "Will,"
Itand not "do," is the polite form in
t Keninckyu polite L-ociety, mildly Hug
ge-te the Courier Journal.
d It, pays to pick cotton -a-rly. Ae
cording to t it Sumter News, gottou,
I hat was left in hu ILII 'irntal a week C
,)r ten days "go was priced air-AIwd A
--1ven ent Fridav, when good rid
diib was wojrth more than eleven 6
N.nw Y.>rk city hats more: ayluma,
homets, hospitalds and organizations
for the relief of human suffdring thu~
alny other city in the world.I
Rural Free-Dehvery. .*.s 4
rHon. Wyatt Aikena .haas introduced
rthe~ followitg biLin ongaresa:
Bie it enacted by the 8enaste and
Riouse of itepreueutatives of the*
Unitedu Stateat of America in Congi'ess '
asisernbled. That an and after the
pasaage of this act the dieomtinu
aicee or alteoraiong of any rural route
maust be with the approval of the
representat1'm in congren's from the a
i Cirlhood and Scol
g s The girl .who takcei
4/on has plenty of ri
plump, active and ener
-KThe reason is that at
-ea digestion is weak, Sc
tO provides her with pow
oasily digested form.
It is a food that bull
Oarasites Cause Much
"Contrary to general blief, the a"p
atite IS not greatly increased-it only
3Cones irregilar. There is a general
eling of faintness, however, and a
hawing sensation in stle pit' of tile
"People afflicted with one of theso
irasites are nervous and depressed.
heir chief sensation is one of lan
.or, and they tire very easily. Lack
energy and ambition affect the )ody,
id the mind becomes dull and slug
sh. .The memory becomes not so
)0d, and the eyesight is generally
"The New Discovery, in freeing stom
h and bowels of all impurities, seems
be fatal to these great worns, and
most Immediately expels them from
te system, I wish to assure anyone
ho has the 'experience just related
Ith my preparation, that there is no
use for alarm in the matter, and
at it will as a rule mean a speedy
storation to good health."
The, Cooper medicines are a boon.
stomach sufferers,. We sell them.
-Pickens Drug Co.
atrict in wlich said r.mto is lcate d,
Iless twelve moliltI' notico, in
riting, is given said represen~tative;
id the postmaster-gueral is hereby
r'hted to shorten or lengt-hen exist
g routes, so as to equalizo the
r's of carliers astmucb as possible,
ich changes. when all flacts are ob
ived relative thereto, to be subnit.
d to the representative as .bereic
TIME TAULE NO7
Supersedes rlme Table No 6
Effective March 10 19m7
tead Down Read Up
No 9 No 11 STATIONS No 10 No 12
Mixed Mixed Mixed Mixed
6:50 am 11:30 am IT Pickeus ar 8:30tm 5:05 pm
0:5a in 1:85 ain Ferguson 8:25at 5:00 pm
7:05 am 11:45 am *larson's 8:15am 4:560pm
7:10 an I:KO uta *Arinil' 8:140an 4:45 pin
7:15 am I 1:5 am *Mauldin 8:05am 4:40 pm
7:20 an 12:00 in ar Easley lv 8:00amn 4:35 pm
All trains ditily except Sunday
No 9 connects with Southein Railway No 42
No 10 connerts with Southern Railway No 12
No. II coinnects with Southern itallway No 29
No 12 oonnects with Southern Railway No it
&W"For any information apply to
. T TAYLOR Gen Manager
IHARtLESTON A WERtEEiN CARtOLINA
' kAILWAY. '
Itrrval aid Delvarture of Trains, Green.
vi1e. S. V. EIre-t i ve A lir i1 14, 1006.
:30 a m, No. 48 daily except Sunday, for Lau
rens and intermecdiato atations, arrive at
Lauren. 9:00 a mn
2:15 pm, No. 53 daily for Lauren., Clinton
Newberry, E'oluminia, Sunmt and Charles
ton connecting at Sum pter with A. C. L..
Train No. 82 for Richmond, Washington
,and eastern cities, and at Laurenis with C. &
W. U. .Train No. -- for Spartanburg and
train No 2 for GreStwoo(1, A ugustag etc.
Arrive Lauren. I :85 p mn, Clinton
2:22 p m, Newberry 3.10 p. mn, Columbira 4:45
Mnmter 6:20 p mn, t.harleston 9:40, Spartun.
. burg 3;30- p,in;- Greenwood 2:463 p m, .p mn
Augusta 5'25 p. m.
:~40 pm, No. 38 iDaily except Sunday. for Lmnt
reus and intermtidiate stations. Arrive at
3:20 a mn, No. 87 daily except Sunday frota
Laurens and Intermediate stations.
DO-p mn, No. 85, daily excet Sinday, from
Laurens and intermecdiate statipn,.
:25 p r, No. 82. daily from Charleston Sumter,
Columnbla, Newbarry, Clhnton, Spartanlhnrg,
Augusta, Vreenwood Lauren.. etc.
Trains hO. 52 and 53 run through between
harleston without change.
J. W. Ligon, Agt. Geo. T. lirran Gen. AgS.
GREENVILLE, 8. 0.
-Ernest Wi1HiamU, 0. P. A.
.i. blirand. TAraf. Man. Augusta Ga.
Vis F?ayts on are
eh, red blood; she is
a period when a girl's
erful nourishment in
1s and keeps up a
Thinks Much of Our Schola;
It gives me great ,leasure to
* arships which you off.r from tin
* I was fortunate to secuie one
* and studied booky.ecping here 11
$ H. L. Bridges. I am now a bo
$ High Company, onc of the larg
$ in the South. - My work is pleas;
0 salary. I think any young man,
# spending their time wisely in tryi
0 the scholrships which you offer.
# Wishing )O1 ouuh success, at
the scholarship which you gave n
A great many peolpe sufi
matis n during the winter i
Bolt & Co.'s Rheumatic
one of the BEST Remedies
ket for this trouble. It
bood and yuts new.lire lin
by putting the system in gc
Brepared only for
H-. .A. RIC
GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND
-SELLS THE BI
can run through it
or climb over and I
This is the season of the year when
or '1lopcoat, or a heavy weight''Suit,
more comfortable than a doctor or dr
on the temper and more conducive of
Owing to the stringency of the mor
mng our vast stock at greatly reduced
A., 28tl Nov. 1907.
ecommiiend Ac schol
e to tinle in A tlanta 0
of your scholarships,
Atlanta undcr Por.
okkeeper for J. M
:st dry goods houses e
ant, and I get a good
or woman, wouO'l -
ng to secure on
ie, I am
er with Rheu
on the mrua
o -he patient
you need an Overcoat
and it is cheaper and
ug bill and less - wearing
ey market we