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FROM OUR COF
Pickens, R D 1.
1 -wish to say a few words to
t he '"boys;" I'm a boy myself.
Bcvs, what men you think
'ou are when you get a Duke
f.iga:rette stuck in your mouth,
rmh a bottle of booze along with
a "popgun" in your hip pocket!
Tkiou are then ready to talk to
the ".gals" in a language pecu
L iarly your own. But any young
luuy who respects herself will
nat.hold conversation with any
pach youngmen. Parents should
warn their girls against such
ffloys, you look like so many
kools to older people-carrying
.courselves down to destruction
:ana to a drunkard's hell, or to a
.uurdorer's cell. . Then you can
took back and wonder what put
Ymn there. Then you will see
Vthat bottle of booze and popgun.
But where are they? They have
Neen taken from you and a wall
(of rock and bars of steel are be
tween you and the outside
-Tden, boys, you can see what
'Tools you were, but you can't
see it now, because you haven't
yet been behind those bars; but
-vhen you get there it will be
Well, "Clevie," I'm a bach
eelor, but I don't think you are a
housewife yet; at 'least you
were not when I came to you
about thy chickens. So look out,
Iimight want a good housewife
myself before long.
ABennett Anthony spent Sun
day -evening with Ervin Hayes.
TChey sure had a fine time.
Mrs. Frank Pace, of tho R. F.
b!"U. secorl wito lnas =oen -T:*
flor some time, is able to leave
her bed. Hr many friends are
ad to know that she is on the
oad to recovery.
Born, on the 13th init., to Mr...
nd Mrs. W. E. Hendricks, a!
The young people of this sec
ion visited the town of Pickeis
a hst week, and took in the mbi
r'y-go-round. They report lots
*of fun. .STONEWALL.
* - 'fhe Cause of Many
There is a disease prevailing in this
* zrutry most dan crous because so decep
tive. Many sudden
I1 deaths are caused by
-- failure or apoplexy
-_ are often the result
- . of kidney disease. 11
kidney trouble is al
- - iowed to advance the
e 9 'kidrey-polsoned
blood will attack lba
mana vital organs or the
kildneya themselves bre~ak down and waste
-.-way coli by cell.
* Biaddcr troubles most always result from
a~ doranigoment of the kidneys and a cure is
obtained quickest by a proper treatment of
* Ue fedneys. If you are feeling badly you
cnan rmako no mistake by taking Dr. Kilmer's
* .Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
It corrects inability to hold urine and scald..
ing pain In passing it, and overcomes that
unpleasant necessity of being compelled to
:go of ton during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and the
-.extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
.raltzed. It stands the highest for its won
-derful cures of the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and sold
by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar
~sized bottles. You may
~have a sample bottle of
Misi wonderful new dis
tmovery and a book that
tells all about it, both nometew.it-oot
sent free by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co,
df3inghamion, N. Y. When writing mention
sreading this generous offer In this paper.
tename, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
- Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
N.Yon every bottle.
Scissors sapndand .made
-to cut lk ne;1ca pair. Rl.
. GIoodwin. at Richey's stomm
I will try and rake up a few c
lines for your interesting col
unms, although news is scaroe
at this time.
Health good. Farmers are
somewhat behind with their t:
work. Most all are about done
planting; some have begun to v
Mrs. Josie , nee Parrott,
of Greer, and Mrs. Mamie Kel- r
ley, nee Parrott, of Central, wor
shiped at Antioch the second b
Rev. W. M. Walker began a
series of meetings at Antioch on y
the 9th of May, continuing until I
the evening of the 15th. Each f
and every sermon was instruct
ive and powerful, the church
being greatly revived, and three
additions by experience. Rev. s
Walker will ever have a warm
place in our hearts, and we bid
him godspeed wherever he may
go.' And give him a hearty in
vitation: to be with us again any
time it is possible for him to
come.. We truly believe he is c
the greatest scripturist that has r
ever- been in this country. c
Rev. B. F. Murphree filled his
regular appointment at Holly f
Springs, May 16-17. He preach
ed a very instructive sermon on f
Sunday to a large and attentive
congregation, after which the b
Lord's Supper was ad(1minis- lt
W. E. Curtis and family were n
.the guests of A. T. WiNiichester'
on the 9th and 10th insi :4. b
A. T. Winchester recently b
went to Cateechee on business.
Mrs. R. J. Winchester V2
V"e miTo(':ofthe 13th list.
John A. Wilson was called to
the bedside of his father, hVIo is
very ill at his home in Oconee
county. - Mr. W. has since re
turned, and reports his father as
Mr. iid 'Mrs. Robert Oillespie,
of Contral, visited relatives and
frienjds in this section Saturda
Born, to Mr. and Mrs.T..
Lynch, a fine boy; also, to Mr.
and Mrs. B. R. Gilstrap, a
daughter. Dr. J. A. Cannon
was the attending physician inI
Jas. Winchester and family
spent the first Sunday with his
brother, Elijah Winichester, and
Rev. John T. Lewis has just
returned from a pleasant visit
to relatives and friends in An
derson, and report a jolly time.
Well, several have said some
thing about the boycotting busi
ness. I just want to say that
"Uncle Zeke" uttered the senti- ei
ment of our minds in his article m
some three or four weeks ago.
Others have said enou'gh on this a
subject, and I just wanted to it
show which side I was on.
Let's hear from "Dreamer," KE
"B.," "Uncle Zeke" and M.' W.*
Hester of tener. Their pieces are
amusing as well as intere~sting. L.i
Come all ye writers with your
items. I like 'em. o
MOUNTAIN SPRlOUT. cx
BiRIDGE TO LE'T.
dI will let to ih. lowept respons~ible bid-.
der the building of a ne.w bridge over .i
Bi, Eastatoo near Mrs. Sar-ah, A 1.a
der's Saturday. Ma~y 28dI at 11 o'loca..m
Plans and specifications made kno'wn
on day of letting.
E. F. LOOOPER.
--For sale, 2 good whet is at a
bargain. R. . Goodwi,,
Libery, F D 3. -
Farmers are about through.
lanting in this section, ar d
hopping cotton is now in order. I
Mrs. Jerry Hunt, of Oconee d
ounty, visited her daughter,. t
Irs. L. A. Gantt, last week. I '
Taylor Haiovnes and family, of.
lewry, are visitinvg his parents,
Ir. and Mrs. Harpar Haynes. j
Alfred Haynes made a flying a
rip to Laurens last week.
Willie Gantt and sister, Mary,
isited the home of W. N. Gantt,
t Cateechee, Sunday.
Miss Susie McWhorter visited ,
olatives in Greenville last week. I
Clayton Smith and family b
ave moved bapk to their farm a
fter several months' stay iri o
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Gantt 0
isited the latter's brother, N. C.
toper, who has not been well b
Dr some time.
Won't some of the readers
,lease spare "Dreamer" enough t
eaches to make a pie for the '
reacher, If I had them to a
pare I know I would.
The Peacock's Voice.
She was a very beautiful wo
aan and she was very beauti
ully dressed. She entered a D
landolph street theater at last
laturday's matinee with a wo
aan friend and handed her seat'.
hocks to the usher. As sh I
wishe(d and fron-froued down
lie aisle she appeared a personi
tcation of all tiat is exquisite.
The usher, the beauty and the'g
riend arrived at the fourth row fi
rom the footlights. The usher' h
arned down the seats and al
owed low as he handed back 11
4e se'at checks. The beauty b
"Is themi seats ourn?" she de- ai
The usher (id not wince. He U
owe(d thrie a w, loWs before. 1.
"ihyl seats is y!')))1 7sa.i
Atlanta, Ga., alo All
Ovt.r 15,oco Graduat(
C. . 0-\ 1~s :1:t - c 111i1;: for ( very EstudttIt
70 'ypewr uing iachines,
ATLANTVA SCHOOL (
.:~ wli: t h inst iut:.: t he iniinwzody nad tele.yrnpjh
l\la'n Line WVires Run
Wit for C:.t~ou. Enter now. 'The So'utherz
the South. \ddess,
A. C. B3RISCOE, Pres., or WV.
Low Rate Mile
50 outhern I
Somile state Family '1 ickets
-n Railway in South Carolina f
ember of q family. Limited Ont(
1 00' mi.14' Int.'ehangea ble Individagl T1ici
I Ia.V IiuI thirty ot her rovia in the Souit
-d one yearF from da~te of salIe.
2 000 nol Initerch~angenhIe Firm Ticket $4
-y an oh'rty' other roads In the onuastiit
r. thie he"Jdq of a fb~ m or employe. Lhzi.ite,
ch persoins att one time. Limited one yeanr
L 0 0 mile Interebaung--ahe Individmt T.cl
jjn n y an a-ve tv-live oth-r roads in ti
mraad in'.yter f:om dlate of site.
3n urund 'tft.-r .ipril 1st, 10998. nll miteng.' ti
tr'tn .i n trqins mor hme chec king~ baggaege,
'tit.os no' for the' MIeI 'If 1i*k,g btui irnis 1
eha. g''d for cOiliniI''i8 tickte.
Money saved in passage rare
>uthern Railway agents. Fare:
gher rate. Call on Southern
ileage tickets, passage tickets am
R. W. HUNT,
ssistant Gen. Pass. Agent,
A Mold Step.
To 0orm the woll-grounde and
eaonablo objections of the more Intel
1gnt to thO use of secret, medicinal coin.
ounds, Dr. R V. Pierce, of Jiffalo, N.
r., some time ago, decided to rtiko a bold
eparture from the usual courso pursued
y the makers of put-up medicines for do
10slic 11so, an 1 so has published broad
ast and ep y to the whole world, a full
nd comp?$ list of all tho ingredienW3
fttering in hee Position of his widely
a ta t od I e s . T h u s h o h a s t a k e n
S nu s trons and patients .Jnto
Is full n nce. Thus too ho has ro.
oV I itedicines from among secret
ostr of doubtful merits, and made
et emds of Known Cornpook.
No. -lcy o ies t ewrar of ever, bo-.tte
f D. lrcIs lde bot~icat Discovery. tile
unous medicine for weak storaaitheyid
vor or biliousness and all catarrhal disvases
horever located. hav6 printed upon It, in
kiin English,. a full and complete of all
ie ingredients composing It. but a small
iok has been compied frori numerous
andard medical wor s. of rll the different
:hools of practice, containing very nmer
ig extracts from the writings or loading
ractitioners of medicine. endorsing fn the
rongest 3)si1s terms. each and every ingre
lent containod In Dr. Pierce's medicines.
no of those little books will be mailed free
any one sending address on postal card or
r letter. to Dr. R. V. Pierce Buffalo. N. Y.
id requesting the same. - rom this little
yok It will be learned that Dr. Pierce's med
ines contain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral
ronts,or other poisonous or injurious agents
id that they are made from native, medici
ki roots of groat values also that some of
io most valuable ingredients contained In
r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for weak.
)rvous. over-worked. "run-down." nervous
id debilitated women, were employed, long
tare ago. by the Indians for simil ar ailments
ecting their siaws. In fact, one of tho
oast valuable medicinal plants entering Into
o composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pro
rlption was known to the Indians as
Nuaw-Weed." Our knowledge of the uses
not a few of our most valuable native. me
cinal plants was gained from the Indians.
As made up by improved and exact pro
"es, the " avorite Prescription"Is a most
HInmit remedy for regulating all the wom
1lt functions. correcting displacements. as
rolapsus, antoversion and retorversion,
rercomin painful perlods, toning up the
rves andringini about a perfect state of
lali. Sol by all dealers Ini m~,diclues.
Tolstoi's domestic life is sin
ilarly happy, in spite of the
Let that his wife does not share
is views concernipg religion
id sociology. The countess is
> years younger than her huq
mid, and, although the mother
13 children, is still beautiful
id charming. She is highly
fted, too-has hersajf qrit.ten
ree usels. one time she
id great difficulty in prevent
the count from giving away
I his property.
)any, Ga. Branch
ts in Positions
Ce( I erm, FtuOiogrr1phcrs. Telegraph Opierators
that attelds the Seulthernl.
the largest coliection of ty-ew,1crItr owned
by any ctoncernx in the Sonth.
'oipajuies are conhtantly calling for opern
into This School.
is the oldes~t and largest Ihm-iness College
L. ARNOLD), Vice-Pres.
1 1.2 5-good over the South
or the head or dependent
year from date of sale.
wets $2.0-w-od over the Southern
n'ast nggregting~ 80,000 miles. Lim-I
f-odover the Southern Rail
'waegatmng 80 000 mikl 8, htr a Mana
I to five but ifood for vnly one of
from date of aflet.
c.-t $15 00-- ood over the Routhern
to uouthmeast aggr-gating 41,1 00 mdles.
c'kets will not be honored for passage
except from non-agency stations and
e presented at ticket offices and theref
by purchasing tickets from
a paid on trains will be at a
Railway Ticket Agents for
d detailed information.
J. C. LUSK,.
Division Passenger Agent,
Charleston. S. C.
Twelve Mile River Association,
Evangelist campaign by Rev.
W. M. Walker. Appoint
ments as follows:
Eastatoec...... ......Apr 30 May 3
Rocky Bottom......... ay 3 - 7
Saluda Hill..............May 9 -14
Antioch ............. ......May 15-19
Salem................ ......May 23-24
Cheohee.......... .........May 30-31
Shady Grove.............Juno 4- 7
Bethel......... .............June 9-12
Cheohee.......... ....... Juno 13-14
2d Church, Central...June 19-25
Keowee.......... ...July 4-10
Cheohee.......... ...... July 11-12
Fall Creek................July 12-18
Mt. Carmel-............July 19-24
Salem..--- -.............July 25-26
Mt. Tabor, Central....July 27-31
Pleasant Hill..............Aug 1- 7
Six Mile-..................Aug 8-14
Salem ...-------.............Aug 22-29
Holly Springs.....Aug 30-Sept 4
Little River....--........Sept 5-11
Stamp Creek..-----......Sept 19-25
T. H. STEWART,
Ex. Coin. T. M. R. Ass'n.
A Lot ol People Owing Me.
There was a man who lived
He has moved away and left the
There are men all over the
Union that owe me, and I need
the money. But I can't get it.
People in Oklahoma, Texas,
North Carolina, Georgia, Ala
bama, and, I think, there are
some in heaven that owe me,
for they have left this world
I hope there are no.n hr hell
that owe m We, for I would be
afraid so go there after it. If
they ever pay it thei will have
to send it by exp. ass. So I
hope they will all come in and
pay up. But please don't all
come at once, for ani busy now;
have not time to take it all at
once. Thanking you all for your
patronage, I remain yours
eternally, J. D. MOORE.
NOTICE OF ELECTION,
Dffice of County Sup . of E'lucation of
Pickens IConnty, Pickens. S. U.
Wher, as, a 1retition from the free
holders 111d elb ctoi s of lPraters School
Dist riot No. 28 h: s been filed with the
aounty Borrd of Education of Pickens
!onnty. asking said Boai-d for pernis
ion to hold an elec ion in said district
to dletermnine whether e'r n~ot 2 mills
extro h-vy shall be0 levied in said Dis
blicot for school purposes
It apiearing~ to the County Board of
. ucation that the petition mecetn the re
amrenments of law, thfre fore, it is o-.
I .,od that the trustets oif the iabove
raiaed District do hold an election on
Jnne 6. at Praters school house for thA
above stated purpose. The Trustecs
shall be managers and shall conduct this
election as all general elections are con..
ducted and t ictly in accordance with
iectlion 1209 of the schooil law.
.By order of County Board of E lucr.
aon- R. T. HALLUM,
Sec. and Chmi.
I. F. JENNINGS
Liberty, S. C.
-las a mighty nice line of goods
or your inspection. The qual
ty and, prices of the goods are
uchi as to move them when
>ur customers see them.
Just to see whether you will
>uy or -not, we make a few
>ffers tbat are inducements.
$2.50 gi'ade Men's Fine Pants
or $2.00 a pair.
$1.50 grade Men's Fine Pants
or $1.25 a pair.
Men's hats att Cost..
lell you a good $2 hat for $1.50.
25 per cent, off on Shoes.
1 Union Made overalls for 90c.
Your trade is appreciated.
I. F. JENNINGS