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PICKENS, S. U.:
THURSDAY,.JU.Y b2, 1908.
Notice to Candidates.
All candidates in Pickens cout
ty offering for oflice ill the Den
ocratic priimarv for 1908 who (
not file their ph-dges and pa
their assessnicuts as plovided b
the countv executive commIllitte<
oil or before the 31st, day of Jul'
1908. will he barred from ente
ing the rIce in the cominiig pr
marv elect ion. TIhis pro visi1(
and order ( the executive con
m1ittee wiill he strictly enforce<
Tlhese pro ivisions apply also
cand(i(lates for nitagistilate
v ery Iownship in the 'ount
C.E. 0)msoC. ('hn1.
T. .. .Wwx .
What Will lie Say?
Mr. Taflt cannimt hoIlt thw R,
publicaniti ebu h usi
is. will lie not holt 6 th1, llIphI
ilan1k reatinug to inj ur iii
It is said that; tile injlimcti
plak is not in the Ihape
wante(I it, d11(1 it, is pra I
that inl his speech acceptill i
lolImination for nsident lhe
Ilave soilletling III Sal e:'at
ilg the malter, lie elIjh g ii
Set himllself righit he nim ui1st Inec<
yrepudiate flint plank
the platform of his part, sin
it is clearly a straddle andI mIIeaI
albsolutely lothing for la bior.
If such is Mr. Taft's intentic
he has a difficult task befo
him, in which he is hound
fail in betteu ing his cause. H
(lainm for the suffrages of wor
ingmuen will not be judged I
his plersonal views amlt promnis
as5 now stated, but by the decla
ations of the platform on1 whi<
he is running and1 his previot
record as a federal judge. Pe
pie will he quick to perceive th;
there is no (difference betwee
the so-called aniti-injunuctic
plan~k andh in junction J udg
Taft, and it is not likely the
they will now consider' his h
lated conversioni to anti-injuni
tion ideas as of much value, eve
though those ideas should be I
direct antagon ism to his previot
recordi andl to the declaration
his party regarding Injunction
'The only way in which M
Ta1ft Co~uld1 convnce the counti
of h is sine< rity would be for hli
to declinie the nomination b
cauise of that plank so devoid <
the relief asked for by the Iabc
We shall await Mr. Taft's a
captanuce speech on the 281
inst. with a feeling of curo1
Consumption is lesi
Certain relief and
will result from the efo
Hope, rest, fresh
Thiis year about "full d1inner
Paid orators won't howl,
For workingien by thousamh
Need no dinner-pail at all.
-[K. C. World.
Up to the beginning of Decei
ber 918,000 crates of rabbits,
totaling about 23.000 tonls, had
been received inl London (1duInring
. 1907, and the market for mutton
was never so bad as it is now.
It is the fostering of the rabbit
industry which decillates thle
pastoral industry. Between
the-e two there can be no coim
promise. It is sheep or rabbits.
- Under which flag will pastoral
ists fight?- Melbourne Review.
- Outside of Buenos Ayres there
- are five cities in Argentine with
0 a population of 50,000 or over,
Y viz: Tucumii an, 50,000: Bahia
Y Blana, 60,000; Cordoba, 65,000;
La Plata, 80,000; Rosario, 135,
The Lold(lon liconoiist states
that the renittances to Ireland
in 1907 fioni the United states
through banks amounted to $5.
374,209, and through the post
ottict, departmn1t $4,00,000,
milakil.g a total for the year of
Will-un Colegeclaimls the
oldest living" graluate of any
C)Ieie inl tOhe Uniited States.
lie is Willimni Rankii, of the
c lass of 1831. Mr. Rankcin i.,
m1 nw 98 years old, and re'sides
- with his son, Prof. W. M. Ran
kin. of Princeton 1nivi-ersit y.
Miss Corn Cr(oker, a deaf,
dumb and blind girl, just 21, has
>e slrl-rised her teachers inl tlh
wo rkshopis of the Massachuisettb
,ilcomision)I for 01he blind, ir,
iAl bidge. I the quiicknies,
wvilli iich she has niastere(
:it tie iltricate machilerv of he411
l 1m nd the beautv and deli
cacy of her work.
With the o(dor of postoffices,
!C consulships, collectorships and a
s whole passel of such blessings
inl their nostrils, the Demhocrats
a can hut smile when they think
*e that it is hut 11i clays until
to William J. Bryan will be elected
is president of the United States.
'l ENRV NELSON SNYDER, A, M., Lltt. D.
11 LL.D., P!rcsident
IS . ine Departmrents; Library and Libra
rian; (Gynetasium under competent Di
rector; A thle:ic fir -under. -Next . ior
Lt begins Seg-t 16. For cetoane addres
nJ. A. GA MEWELL,&Scy.
-e Wofford College Fitting Schoo
t Spartanburg, S. C.
li igh Grade Preparatory Schoc
Well equipped plant. Two large der
mitories anf 1 one re'cituation~ butidiUng, a]
n brick. Limited school: small classes,
n chiarges reasonale. Seenion begIne Sept
16 For catalogue address
1s A. M. DuPRE, Headmaster,
fSpartanburg, 8. C.
r.' American manufacturers, Ii
y competitivebids, have obtaine<
n in the last few days contract
ei for various machinery for ni
)f trate maufacturing plants os
r- the east coast of South Americd
The contracts include the equip
c-- ment for a big central powe
h and light station, a bituminou
is ga plant and a small industria
deadly than it used to be.*
usually complete recovery4
RE you going ai
on aiy over n
need of replen
travel with? Are all
first class order, or d4
We have some !
and durable, for trav<
A full line <
Some of the han
ever seen displayed
can be made up for,
To see them is I
SWiIAT THEY V
Read This, Th
To close out quickly we ai
Another lot 5oc shirts at 3
Men's undershirts rnd dra
A big lot ladies' vests, the
Hosieay to suit any one ai
* Notwithstanding we are right i
them. You should see our 2
a had anything to equal this.
5 cents up.r
TIhe prettiest waist frontin
I f be
vay for a vacation or on business? Are you
ght trip? Is any of your apparel out of repair
ishing? Is your Si it Case, Bag or Trunk
the hundred and one things needed for travel
: you need any of these necessaries?
3uits in the two and three-piece kind, light s
flling, whether for business or pleasure.
)f Negligee Shirts, Straw
s and Summer Underwear
dsomest Suit Cases, Grips and Trunks you
-all at the lowest possible prices that the ma
o be convinced.
ENVILLE, S. C.
'OU GET THE VA
I they say its a shame to butcher prices like lie deem it would
Just scoo ped in a lot of fine clothing, aboi.t 1000 pair pantisi
ir alike. No mu1attcr to you how I did it. tier are hre and g
a price. $1.48 for $3.0O i ants, $2.98 for 4.00 to $8 0 pants.
of stuff, bran newv and made up 1)y the best mnanuf; eturere
ytliing from a fence rail to it wa-h tub. Come qitiek while
veral hundred bran new vests, mostly small mirmbers. so is ti
Plack Pepper 10c lb., W rnutmegi for :,c , 0.1 15-, ind 20 pill
ceco for $1.00, until I get rEady to quit it..
Bcst sugar cured hams get prices, mine I to 2c lb less Frt
ra, preserving powders. I don't ask for 3our trade unles,
Bring me the produce and
Country Hams. , ,
ink it Over and Com(
est Values' Yet OffE
len's Top Shirts.
-e now offdring a lot of Men's $r,oo shirts for ;
wers, good quality, at 25 cents and 50 cents a
15C goods, in seconds at r oc, 3 for 25c.
the lowest prices that prevail,
imer Dress Goods.
1 the midst of the season, we have put the pri
1-3 cents ginghams, which we are selling for
lo not handle the "trashy kind," but give you. g
s to be seen any where.
K. PA RK,
le ienr the trith.
'I ti, lot, 1n.o ta o
Aing like hotl enkes
This is a "Swell'
. I ennl fit most
Vo1r 1 :z - i here.
le I rice.
it jars, Cnps-, ru-I
iL can Fave you
o cents eacle '
ce knife deep in'
5 cents. Never
ood. ood fronm