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Well, we are glad to see the
st11l ollee nlore.
If "Gen. Green" don't mind,
we f armers will yet conquer
elll b1 in this section very
!"0d at this wvriting.
Miss leail Smith and mother,
of Grenville. visited relatives
Mli,.s \laftie M:aldox and Mrs.
W. N. Maddox visited Central
Mrs. Pickens, of Six Mile, vis
Ited Mrs. W. N. Maddox last
MIs. I. 1). Rice and children
Visited the . lonle of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Garrett on the 7th
Crops are looking fine in this
section; that is, according to the
meanderings of the grass.
Mr. "B. said that "Bonnie
Blue Eyes" knew all about the
boquet that was recently given
to him. Yes, that's right. I
he'ped gather the flowers and
gave them to him, and consid
cred it a privilege to do so.
Mrs. Madden, Miss Peirdia Pool
and M rs. Single returned to their
homes Tuesday night, after a
brief visit viih Mr'I. W. N.
Your scribe is through laying
by with the hoe. Ha! ha!
Eugene Sexton, anl agre(able
Young man of Cateechee, visited
(Ontral last Sunday. Engeune
is a favorite in this section.
Rev. meeting at Ca
((hl) vill close next Wednes.
(lay night. The good brother
has been very successful in his
Last Saturday night Tuck Al
luls ent, Son Anderson oil the
arm11. 13o4h are coloredl.
Mr. and Mrs. 1. D. Rice visit
eCd the Si x Mi(l section last Siln
Alj Il ilit ing.
Mr. and1 Mrs. Bratcher and
ch1i~il, ()f Central, visited Dick
Mose.r and wvife last week.
jf vo d (on' t hurry, Mr. Editor,
v"u'll not get any fruit. Sure
yon w n' t. You'(1 be'tter hurry.
Rest wishes for the S. -J.
T1he health of our connnunity
is very goodl at present.
Crops are good.
C. W. GarreH, andu J. L. Dil..
lard, wvho have beeni threshing
wheaIt, rep~ort thet crop) very
We are glad to hear that A.
Mr. Garrett is getting along fine.
He is at Dr. Harris' Infirmary
in A nderson, S. C. for treatment.
A very large crowd attended
servic e }here Sunday. Rev. J. A.
Blon~d, of Walhalla, preached an
C. W. Garrett made a flying
trip to Anderson Saturday in his
automobile. He says he wvas
only two hours and fifteen min
utes coming from Anderson to
Bix Mile and says he had plenty
of rough roads..
Miss Ila Bearden, of Oakway,
~opened school at Six Mile Mon
oday', Junke13th. MIss Ila taught
for us last winter and we were
grad .t> aee her return.
Asei'ies of meetings will be'gin
at Mt. Olivet ch'urch on the 16th
of July, .sonducted by Rev. John
Carey and Rev. J. R. George.
Evrerybody is -invitod to colmo
and comoc filled .with the spirit
and try to get souls saved and
get ready for the judgment.
I will close, as news is scarce.
Best wishes to the S-J.
Liberty-R F D, 3.
Crops are looking fine at pres
ent. On -account of so much
rain the farmers are a little be
hind, but they'll soon catch up,
I guess, this fine weather.
Health of this community.is
very good at this writing.
J. P. Gantt and wife attended
a family re-union on the Fourth
at the home of the latter's grand
father, A. W. Gillespie, of An
derson. There were 8 children,
47 grandchildren and 17 great
grandchildren ' resent. They
all didn't get there on account
of sickness and the rain.' Be
sides, there were 25 visitors.
Clifford and Willie Gantt and
sister, Mary, and their cousins,
Charlie and Nicie Gantt, visited
friends and relatives in Oconee
laft week, and report a fine time.
Miss Otis O'Dell is spending .a
few days with relatives in
Alfred Hughes and T. R.
O'Dell, Liberty's carrier No. 3,
went to Charleston on the ex- I
cursion last week and stayed
Iisses Annie and Beta Haynes
are visiting their sister, Mrs.
Jas. Cole, of Oconee.
..W- : A; En w
teechee, visited the former's pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Ganit, Saturday and Sunday.
Best wishes to the S. -J. and
its many readers.
Farmers are somewh at be
hind, but crops are looking fine.
"Gen. Green" has com))e to
see us, but a few more sunshiny
(lays and he will have to leave.
What has become of "Uncle
Zeke?'" Papa says he would
like to see him.
WA. M. Jones and his (daugh
ter, Miss Leila, recently visited
the family of C. M. Looper.
L hildren will keep on marry-.
ing. .There was a runaway
marriage in this sec tion Sunday.
H, L. Jones has added a pan
try to his dwelling, which is a
great con venience.
Hello, "'Clevie," "Daisy,"
"June Apple," are you all
asleep? Wake up and give us
Rev. Marion Looper filled his
appointment at Mt. Tabor last
Here's success to the old and:
reliable'S. -J. MAYBELLE.
SCH EDUL.E C. & W, C. RY~
B~e tween Greenville and Cha~rlestor~'
No' !U I bT1ATIO NS :Ji. ng
Daily I I a.jI v
Y M I
12 2g) I.....Greenvill... Ar 4 00
I 45 Ar .. ..Laurens... Li, I, 2 82
7,1J1 Lv.Laurens.'... Ar . 12
2......... ...Clinton.." 0
2? 20 "..Newherry......"~ 19 5
3 1 I"... ..Prosp-ri'y.... " 12 40
4 55 Ar..ouila. . ..Lv lII 15
5 3 Lv.... Columbsia.. ..Ar 11 05
6I 8, r... Sumter. ..Lvi 0 8:f
0 52 '.....Charleston. 610
PM -1 A M
No. e6-Daily, except Sunday, leavra
Greenvillo 4:30 p mn ania arrives at TIau
rena 6:2.> p mn. 5tops at a11 stationsi.
No. 87--Daily, except Sunday, leaves
Laurens 8.10 a mn and arier~s at (Ireen
vIlle 10 20 a mn. Stops at all stati..ns.
ERNICST WILLIAM,3, Gen. P'as. Agt.
R. A. BR AND, Traffic Manger,
Candidau es' Column
Annfonicneets of t'aandiates will be run uni
der this headI until the primatry election for *5
cash In advance.
.oeal noti'ei, or "giuffs", will be Charged for
extra, according to the syonee they ovceIpv. aui
the amotuit of stl al on the Ptlitoiri's contselenee.
No Writeup for less than V5.
. F r I . L. e ae
I beg to anutoune my ctihiict-y for the
Ultiteil States Seiat ' i the pilproachtig iDemo
Cratic primary, and I respectfilvy solielt the
Nupport of the )enoceratic vot-rs of this tate.
It. U. .Itlti'CTT.
For Congr'emm, :d1 Distriet
For Solieitor 10th Circuit
I[m a emIdidnte for the callie of Solicitor of
the' 10th .lutleint Ciiit of South Calrolina,
subject t9 the rule-'of the tDemocratie party.. A,.
have served-In court cotinumously for several i
years Rs r'ourL.jenographer after comlieting
my law course litt I am familtir wilih the work
Ings of the uouIts. 1 ( LONG.
I hereby atounce myself a cniiiate for the
office of Sotejtor of the Tenth an'Irult, aind
plede myself to ablde the result of the primary
nlectin, anil to slippot t the nomtiteen of ,the
Demooratie party in sahil prtiary.
PmitOCi-Olt A. Il)NII.M.
I hereby announee myself is a einnllInte for
Sollcitor of the 10th .ludtietal t'ircult, subject to
the kteinoeratc.. Pfimary election.
.\. H. D).GN\ I..
Strbjec-t to the )etnocratie primary election.
I am a ntaidite for SolIcit.-r of Tenth .Judeial
Arcuit. . ... NleSsv.IN
For H4buse of R4iiextsn tat i e
The ninny friends of the lION. .A I ES p.
IREY remtectfitily annontme hlim as a cndti
late for re--lectimi to the llouse of lepresenta
tives, subject to the action of the voters in the
IepIOsling coiid(ence it hits anitV as we do,
we. the lmany friends of W. (;. %I t'LI)i N, here
by repeetfully ann-unve taint a candidate for
the liose of Pe;pre-entitives from 'lelkos
ottty subjec.t tIo the atulesof the i1emnert'
primary ulecti.t. VO U El:S
Foe Cler1k of court
I hereby iaitnouce iyself a candidate for
("lerk of tie ciurt for l'ilkens County, stibjeet
to the action of the lDe-ocrittc Priiimity.
Fi %NK H,. COX.
To the ('itzens of Plickens ounty:
Thaikitg yopu for you r conthletie aid sup
port inI time jiast mneti a -n-ilu you-Ithlat I shall
ailways enleav.ar to prove wortly of it in the
friture. sihould iyu see it to agali et ru-t mhe
with the o1llep. I oifer My'self ia cntidate for
re-election ft the oitlee mit a lerk of Court. mil
ect to the DIemoratc prinarv e'et-Itia.
esiettrully, .A. ,OHN lt0cj;S.
I li-rehr annomune my-ef a iiil.ate ftor :e
elestion ta4 Itie' aflite 4i - '-li t ill. subject t to the
Itetionm (a' the voterro it: the teic'rate itiiutiary
election. .1. U .I EN NiNUS.
I I- rel.y ainiouniet ity imif it% it cattitll-te for
f''r .ahei of l' Vlkee., itina'y. suije-t to the
rui'es im'l (--jij1 m:.u4 of tlie lI tiitcr tie tarty.
J. ....\t ON
I ht re-by 'i,.tI iti y! it 1iF as a ciailidmte for
the' eileeitc I I! e 1 1 if lit-! e1i 'ttollty. subjeit
iM t;.v at ton ii th e itimc. .tie piriiamary
Ihiet-yii 'citne imvy-cf ats it ensibl-tle for
.h1t, 0 ..r :-.ie 141i s i i-l.ea s 4 ut yit . subjeCt
to tie ..cti ,n ..e l, miillavrati, pilmariIy.
cIla S. I. I l~'ETON.
Filr A ut!to
I here':yv iofrer Ilye' f asi a ' ind iitte for the
ollte a 1 t t* "1 y .i tutitor. il eet to lie icti-n
of the Demotrott p-. i Iy in the pritniry eletton.
Whi e colmtaritive'y it y4,11 g 1m#an, I feel com
petentt t fse'i.ret the auts of the fiee. acind
if elected I wid tit chairge mild ilittes to amy best
ability, --:h e the boys a linte to sthow what
they a. _ tia. . 'l I- . .r . ,
I houebyl amiitoine miy-,elf a 'alndlilaute ttor xce
elect ioi to thle uothee of .tunty .\uditttr, subject
t the i'fain ol thme voters inm the ilemiocraitie
Pl nBnl y e .act iota.
I hterebty antinouncie myself i aicndhtte for re
elec-thtn tot the a filee of 'I realsurer of lkensi
cout.*. sutLject tm fte action tof .the voters in
the llenueratie prhnani y alection.
II. I). (ARTIVN.
Fior' Co. Nuupt. of Ed4uecntionu
I hereby ananiunc-e mayself as a canid late for
re-ec'c-ttmt tam thec ottiee cf Coiunty Sit perintend.
ent, of lEdu..tiona of 'ickensx i'ounmty. subiject to)
the iiiction of lie lib-miotra.tiie prhumairy eletction.
- IR. TI. IEALaLU.
F 1or Nuopeu-vciseu
'The mtainyi fri -ndt sof .1 KSSE- .1. (Colonehi
L iW 1- i. t-I frtrly anintinite htim ais a tontith
(late fair the ottiee of County Supiervisor, subject
to thte anet!ont of the vmte-rs in time Demtoeratie
'Thme fri ends of MIR. K. 1". LOOPERK~ mnnolimee
himi ai a enitsl Itinte for re-eletlion to thme ttice
of' ''- utoy ciu tviror, tubjet to the lDemao
crat Ia ' l'smaer.* tlettimi .
''Te miatny friemtis of -ex-t.otmimisnetmr ROH1
ERTi i'TKW 4 trT resipectfully anntoumn.- hintmis
a caidhitli te for thtb uthee of Cmunity Su:-erv'isor.
subhject to tt'e acttimi of the voters hlamh pilatt
tnsit y ele-thin .Vet..s
Wni.\ide range of' choice in
and rofssinalCourses leadji
Bachdlor of Arts, Bachele
struction, Ibchelor of Laws, 1D
and El-t. ical Enginee r.
\Vell equipped Laboratol
Next session (104th) be~in
For Announcenient write tc
Fior 'ofunty Collrntskouuer'
i hereby annouc ef6 candidate for the
e0c Of VoUllty(Jotnui14 f 1 candidae for tle.
actoin of the voter si tkl.0 l udta el t tiht.
With the consent'of a few frin~a
h t' thx p inar eletit. Imine fyti6r o.
J. l..GIASSA WA Y.
T hereby announe mytelf a candidate for thIe
0111(0e of County .(ommi lsioner of Il'iecns
4outt , subjoet tO the nti of the Demoerdti
pary nth prmarecection..
tile T xas Iv 0, oi an, .ol
The many friends.of G. WASle lOlVEN an
nonntite him us a candidUnte for re-election to
time c of Cottntty commttissioner, subject to
the action of site voters in the primary eleetion,
I hereby annoume myiself a candidate for
'omunmissioner of Picketr 'ounty, subject to
the Iction of the veters int tte D)emocratie r
maary election-.A. Ale ijSThi .
The many friends of NOA 51 11. MOORI here
by anIotuce im a ctntdidtte for re-election tb
tite oicLe. of County COnlissidoneersubject to
the action of the voters in thb Oiemnotie pri.
mary election. lie hts served th county fo
two yam s to thoe bet of his ability,andwi do
eve etier In the future. -
The friends of o A PARROTT respectfully
atnntonne hl a canidatte for re-election to te
oillee of Coroner, subject to the action of the
voters lin the DeWocratic pritary electit.
At the soicitation of frieTds, I hereb ant.
nounce myself a caitididate for Coroner of Oick
ens connty, subject to tho action of the Demo
eratic party in the primary election.
For Magistrate Pickens Township.
To the Voters of Pikens County, S. C.:
I am a little disfigured, but still it the ring
for time ollice of Magistrate. I want all of you
voters to seek tme early, whi:e I nmay be found,
before the election day draws nigh, when many
shaiil strive, but few shall enter in, and the
votes will be counted and theelection tnanagers
shall say to all who are not prepared, depart
fron us, we don't know you, and go ye down to
where the Whangdoodle mtourneth for his first
born. W. C. I1RA3IIF LTT.
I hereby announe mytself a candidate for
Magistrate for ilekens Township.' subject to
the action of the voters it the Democratic pri
For Magistrate Central Township.
To te Demoocratic Votets of Central Township;
This is to inform you that nty nane.1wil be
presented to you itt the primary election of 190
foi the ollice ot Singistrate it Central Township.
COL. ii. liILLINGsLl EY.
I hereby announea myself atcandidate for re
election to t lie ollice of Magistrate ef Central
Township, subject to the netion of the voters in
the Democratic primary election.
C. 0. ROWLA N.
BOSTON, MASS, AND RETURN
Very Low Rates via Southern
Account of Supreme Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, the South
ern Railway announces very low
round-trip rates, from all sta
titns, tickets. to be sold July 30
31, Aug. 1-2-3-4, 1908. Lim
ited Aug. 16, 1908. Extension
of final li...it to leave Boston not
later than Sept. 16, 1908, can be
ha.1 by depositing ticket at Bos
toni and payhig fee of $1.
timnore, Philadelphia and New
Round-trip rates from princi
pal sta.tions as follows:
Abbeville, S. C............$32.15
Anderson. S. C.............. 32.00
Charleston, S. C.......... 31.95
Chester, 8. C.............. 29.50
Columbia, 5, C............31.25
Greenville, 8. C........... 31.25
Greenwood, S. C.......... 31.70
Lancaster, S3. C...........29.65
Newberry, S. C...........31.50
Orangeburg, S. C.......... 31.00
Rock Hill, S. C...........29.05
Spartanburg, S. C......... 30.40
For detailed information, etc.,
aphly t~o Southern Railway
J. L. MEEK, A. G. P. A .. At
lanta, Ga.; J. C. LUSK, D. P. A.,
Charleston, S. C.
Scientific, Litezary, Graduate
g to degrees of:
r of Science, Licentiate of In
flaster of Arts, Civil Engineer
-ies, Library of over 40,o'0o
y students make their own
s September 23, !908.
President. CoJambiaS C.
..ousad ..h.o. Kidney
Troubl6 aHd fever Suspect It,
revale~ncy of RIdney Disua1sy.
Most people~do not realize tli alarm.
ingIncrease and remarkable prevalencf
(f kidney disease.
- e orders are the
- diseases that pre
vail, they are
almost -.he lapt
- patient and phy
sicians teho con
ten t t emsolers
toith doetoring. tho effects, while the, orig
faal (iseaso undermnres tic:rydtcm.
What To Do.
Thqr'e is comfort in the ktowledge 'so
often expressed, ththt Dr., Kilmer's
Swasnp-Root, the great kidnov reimedy,
fulfills eyery wish in cur'iig rb'ef'nuatistil,
pain in the back, kideys, liver, bladder
And every part of the- urinary assage.
It .cprrects inability to hol< water
R.nO scalding pain in passing it, or bad
iffecta folilVwitig use of liquor, wine or
beer, afid overcomes that unpleasant Ie
cessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, ati -t -et up' iany
times ditring the iil ht& lie mild and
the extraordinary eect of Swamp-Root
is.soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If you teed it medicine
you should have the best. Sold by drug
gists in fifty-cetit and one-dollar sizes.
You may have a sample bottle and a
book. that tells. all
about it, both sent free
by nail. Address Dr.
Idilmer & Co.,'Bing
hamton, N. Y. When 0oeetaw .
writing mention this paper and gonht
make any mistake, but remember the
name, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
%he address, Binghamton, N. Y.
Sell and Keeping Quality of Apples.
Investigations of the. apple soils 'of
California have shown that there is a
close relationship between the keep.
Ing quilities of the apples and the
various kinds of soils on whieh they
are grown. This Is very important
and should prove of great value to
apple growers in planting new or
YES, WE REPAIR
Watch' 9 and jew-Iry of all kinds. Do
it rivht, too, Mike things ns: goot as
new,' and sometimes' b-tAter. We d4
other thmars, too.
WE PTK'. YOUR OLD1 JEWELRY
a..d make it, ove~r intea n.-w and St) -shi
I.hings If you havey. ai y old atil. a oif
jew, fryvyou have discrarded' b caeuse
"peoj de 'ar.' not wearing auch thinugs
now, 'bhing them here and se what
wondalrful things we can do with themi.
Enaley, S. C.
TIME IS hONEY
This is just as true.in regard to Sewing
--Mach in. a a's ar ythling else.
By in ing Lon.g .-,intuie .Mach ses. no
matter how well made, you are actually
throwhag away three hours out of every
TH E STANDAR D RO'PA l Y SfUTTr.E~
SE WIN I MACHINE
Wili make 850O a itch.es in the same time
Long Shuttle Machi,e ma~ke cnly 200,
Trho Standard'Rotary ?.inc ple isi most
.4ciefeificawlly cuorreeqr. tichol fact has
he.-n proven b'2? years of sucessful
use inall p-artseo the world and by our.
con p..tiiors co'ntiuonaly trying to co:.
it without succe. s-e. T HE STA NDA R
GRAND orOARY. THE MONILD'S
BEAT SEWINt MACaINF4, two
innohine a in one-Lock and'06hR SAtch -
-Ball Bearing Standi-Straidit Apate.
'u'atic Lift. Do not fail to inveuat e
rhe meorits "f the Fatesat. No..t Si Int,
Easi. at Riunniing and the mese, durable
*winsg nneh:no ma:de, THEl 8 S 'ANDP..
ARD lROTARY. ' A demonstration is
a revelintion." WVuite- for price a arnd
E-asv Paeyment Plan. 'Guaranteed Sew.
ing Machines $1L.00,p.
The Standard Sewing Machine Co..
5B8 R Broad St., Atlanta, Ga.