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the Latest Stato' and 1e 'i News.
'John * 1rby. the negr rapisliof jpar.
taiiburg, was given 20 0.arv The case
Lot agued aud jury ousjwu8 minutes.
Our next legislaturemay e stablish
cou1ty agrioultural o.chools. It is the
beat ia. to reach poor,farmer bovs.
R. Parker M-xre. Sho killed a white
man in Cheaterfiel c6ntY 20 years ago,
has bee3 oaptured iA Texas.
Mr' Win Mayfield, a gallantt-X.-Cou
federa4te,-died in Greenville .ast week.
It is flow Estimated that, the Panama.
canatWill be-completed by 1918.
The6 labor leaders are enraged becausi
the Prusideit c i not jlv%tl Uotmpers to I
a laber'(tay ditMer.
Mr. John 11. Sitton lied in Seneca:
Rev. J. J. Ilarmvll. Of V.-"etminater,
)as b!;Ue nlissigit.d 1 \Voodruff.
111r1"John Al. Cobb, it hif"Ily reswgected
citZn of ( Itt ster, dhed %at vc-k.
MiA B. 1ard 8:aur :md Mis Ella Sit
tonl wert r it'd a. Petilletmj Nov. 11. 1
.-1in of tihe S. C. Clonfr- I
A i 313tibla 1arett. a bvioveld laly
of F,-,r Pi, i y rssed away Nv. 9t.
1 1. * i I- tB. Itv V(oJ iCtt(d of. m.
\Np .1 1.- rs, foreitrlv of Oconeo
codroy anti a'printi-r. is L cIIIIightta for,
Mis. T- M. Xelley died.in Ogone.
chlh:r liivg, av I y n,--- od 0
Ai vx'lI t1 Ill t cot Irt, i two
We flts, will he h-ld in Oeoleet6ckuity,
be;;inlIg 7e. 7, to try civil c's.
Mr. Rt. L. Boggs. of Ocone colnty,
tin- ; :vear r:Ao s )im . hi z gra ( tk .
it (fill; t;U ."A 11111C.11. S'(111.
IX ' tl'ievez s [ r- i- ()I ite uper
part (f t he sw., .I i 1i I 't-a(. a 1teg'o
mnerchatit at, Peiidleton, hais been arre,.st
ed ot .clarge of revc;vitig nt-Lm gooiti.
J .1 Sii:irp. sheriif, lis bcn arrestod;
at NitIshivilh.. T-m) ;,Onhat inl (.
A st,ir Was last week created in Mom
phis, ati the ineeting of the Southern C't,
toni Aition, over the vigorous de- I
fill ;1-11t A:,h-rt-by a gei tte. lI 4
tii:i NIght I Lid.WvIS w e oppresstu p :oplo
figtinig for right agamst great odds
Mav,or Wo.vAw4rd, of Atlertat, wis
trtoa, %o.. l or tingtirun ion steet.
Stie".i. last we,- voted l 25.00 bold
frI V.t A ...1102n Igic, *u . f, 1.) ...iLi.bb
3I68. . AttI ' JIttki Iv is1n h as d is) n I I'l
frui her ,homle at Iuncan, Spartaiiburg.
'he cotirt decided that the liquor'ec
* 'ALaurels county WIt legally held.
(ld talnk luist go at, last.
A Il"t iti.n h, he: m s to Gov. A 1
fcir Io" p.irdoll (i Alis. Calson, servimg L
lifte sent- ct! tor the murder of her hius.
band inl Spartanb.ing couty. She is a
daugiter of Mr. Alverson, a, noble man.
W It-i convictd sh was a Leatifui w-.
uIlnnl, ivail a liale IIIoy ant gil. MiS I
Caisn is noV grey-h.ii eJ a Ii brok-n
and1 her daughtEer' grown. It ,s a s:vl c.
The police of Spartainburg 'arrested a
n-gro%i w:an on the i rain inananis atti'o.
lr. J. Ndger vimth. of Polzer .is elec
ted pIresiignut of \Vatui mill, in Laurens.
C,tpitaiists are in county ill
8Lelre-!I of, 1m10-Vt loped wvator pwers.
AL Sjartanbtirg couirt; last. Tintrsday,
Clariie Agiew, the negro boy who
w'ceI:t1 I tirailn lnva-v Welfird. costiig
two livev. vas given at lift, seateice. lie
adinit.ti that Iht..- turned the svitch.
IR is dICCided 1nt, to chle.! Wit-hrop
C Ulele 1n1aCUn1t of ty.phoidI fever.
A iitgo i reacher is cont.esting the
election of Congrsaman Ptt1eron in
the 2d South Carolin a - distt.
A vdy'~ large flack of wi;ld ,g:LIns wIs
5eeni iln Uniioni !outy3 -last week. Abot
35 yr il S Lg1 these bird1s dis- i peared.
M:ii~ *.F lorelne Moore, of Ocon iWe , cal -
vatl s thei coimmioni hucklebetrry, and
they 'are twice as large 11s t he wild ones.
-A majority of cokgt-e4 favors a it .
ion of tarill' and i e( uction .in d.utjes. W
* don't count Oil muliLu i'relief, howvever.
The post.al deficit: amounts to six mili
lions, mu'>re thiain ever' belcre.
At a mncating~ of doct.ors in Atlanta
Iast wueek it waus statedl that.the hook
worm i an eyidemic among cotton mill
1' peopic in tho Mothl.. It is prodntleed by
-lack oIf 'eerIc and1( cautses -lascitude-a
dliifmlnailtionl to) any kinit of exe)rtiouJ. It
* is a mfinte white intestinal wormi, and
is causing m'any deaths. Hoiple reme
dies will remtiove the evil:
Jtydlge) Slhmpert, wvhen t-rying those
nlegrues-at Spartanburg last week, ordeu
- ed t,ho foldiiez's guarding the prisoners to
disband, as he was not afraid to trust
the law-abiiding people of that county.
The Judge was loudtly ai'lppialaued. Th'le
rairoad .ilen are indignant because' the
* train,wirecker was not hanged. Th'le
Sentinel-Journal contended that there
was no dariger.4t any lynching, and that
8heriff Nicholls ould safely guard his
* prison6irs without calling out the m'ilitia.
Pdllagra is a new.and terrible disease
now prevalent in the Oar'blinsa. It is
said to be traceable to :bread from fer.
nuented corrn - and which was cut too
green for shredding1 *I- is silia to
y ~ philis, the victim wanting to.. sipep all
Stime, is incurable and fatal. It was
Sdiscovered by Dr. McOQhnnell, of
Man-0 York bountiy farhi6ri ii nit
year abanden Potton for tot drop4.
The Farmel' Unton W . build a large
o mtral warehouse at Rw Orilans. Ban.
kers. havu promised $5,000 ) toward
the witaberst holding their cotton. Thim
will tie up eome 8,000.0)0 and the predlo
tion-Is thaL cottonmustddiance soon.
Tho Oconee Newi mays bacon is 121c.
a pound, and 'poisumh.inter aro'busy.
The Emperor of Clhia died* last Fri
day and a Regent is appointed.
I he Baptist w'omen our of statelat tie
M.s-ionery Union held in .harkeson las
week rvesol'ed t raise $32 %830, to be eX.
pendel it, horne and foreign 'thissions
Nr,A I .J. Wingo was .hoen President.
11nd Gireenwoodi.t0 .ext, meei3(ting pla.ce,
It is iaid dia, work on the trolley line
f1,01m Gre.-iville to Atihvillo will coul
nietw ink October. Heatiquaniteis wiil be
at Creer. Nothing done on Ashville end.
The Anelerson girls it Winthrop b*.v0
betl wired- to vok.e homre.
David B. Yatiglin. a New York( ditun
moer.. w s: .iot aii I-er- wps fatwp iii j -
e!, :t Wtav;n "vilt, N. ( .n Friday. b
IJn s W I, n of the in.1: (: <1 .. n aII
,V hot, wile aplog zI g.
Secretary of Navy Metc -if has resigni
e-:.i TP. 1!1. N-wblerry tucees hi:n
.Ni,ht lZi.:rn iof Cliath11:1111
Teuti., blae warned. negrot s to leOIlvlih
t.U.ife andki are bImrimag their lion3.
T-.wS G A'. inl Session li,A: we% ( !
Me'rp)hi. .::l tho priet of catt mn ;t. 1
C 'ims a U ,td,f::r!mers to e : . , b~ e :
U (.,!I. c I .15
Ml.s .on, the Clicigo wnn al sit
i i;:atrio:: \-: . tCol. V. . . mar
rid. .I::s-- ilemhiy the 1101 V.110 W.:s -
ilng la the house with her, and which
c tused tho woman's arrsr. In NCrI
k-aruihnu ip is agatmst tme law for a ima
and womn to occu)y the same house
alone. nm mrritd.
ill I.JW (Zs o f J-:1m1re W r;ght, wNv f .h 11o.
and killed A. 1;. Kirkenditl.
An invitation has been tendered Wit,.
IT. Taft to arindml the bUng-iet to b .iv
en in Spart.anirg Nov. :iii.
Col. Wm;,. J. Biryan1n.1f v:-ill vis:t
Alex a .'-'l a ,.Lup.
Hon. C. R. Barrel.t, Presid.-nt National
Fain mers' Union. has been appoitd b
'rt sident Barrett a imember of the court
IV line Co0,11mmi.iion- We 'doult il Mr.
lrrirett accepts, as he now has a more
i . portant work in hand.
Owityig tho outrairousiy di!Trnrqf.iI
amtnaera cou,t ofJils. (i. Womi..
-vard. the degiocirat;ic non i nee for m.
o r o f A ' -! , '. mI . I Ila :' 9w1,n4,0 i i .
citiz-ns was ivld last week, and who 1it
01L Mr. Iam "I. 1.". Maduox. or*- . puilllo
decency ticcot,.asm a independent. 'lhe
people knew the mannter of man. Wooa
word w4i whai they voted for him. lHte
jils" Will IY':t dr,unk "and (nit Mhe blckz,"
alid tins mi : I dl:rd sMh .Jwl a:4 mavor- - 1
Mr. Wil.g will oga Ilp ihhoir -.1;
gr anite qu-trry iml the it ite i-.Marietta
in Greenville county. -
Thero are I eais of ty,lhoi-l fover
and :! s it ti .-astM at I V in thro p -.
lege-417 .iudeilts at lionte.
1,ast 1101 .1rd a m b a C'ldw!ter,
Miss., lynhed a pegro for killing a
A mwini'er is viotimizin-_ !-onthifrn
fan,r-r6 Ibv getting . U..) b-eriptina .
build creamories lt, ab.oIt t v' t hC0.it
A. V. and 1). 0..Ray', Coliumnbia. law
yes, have 1)( 1in ordItred Iy Federal Judge
PrI-tChard toW KhOW -Cause90 why th-y
should . he pllsAuhd for. cmitellfmpt1 'f
court.. The touble is aho,tha I.ttlispe'
se.ry moey. We expec!.e. the ll..
gua,0on Is f...'Iied lawyes will ;ot tile 1i
onl's shar0 of thiblt tiedI-op mciney, liko
unt) tho:o t)ld Alliaice Excha.nr-e fun tids.
A rec -ivoeI h,a heu a41pmi..te: fo. h
GrueenmesbIIo Nw .s, the' -on r pbba
da5ily in Nrt Ca(Xrolinsa.
A t thes U. I). i e ven inn i:eld in A t
IlantL hit.t weeI-k a re solm im'1II. to exld
Northni1'1li women wh untris- S 'Lahenrn
meni was v'ot'id dowin.
It has been deci ted to ine.rens.e the cat
pacity of the Lausres cot:.oIn an.. .
1. Y. Sag.', wiho hel leod t ,1bui1 .the
Air-Lit. (now the Sou n ,s) raIilwlay,
d1ied ini At lanta, 8.t1trday. Mtany of iir
older citizPKns remembaa er him.
'Ilh sales of the counlty dispemsiaries
for t:ie month~ of O)ctober nmounted to
$367,018.00J, an increase of $'50,000O over
the m-mth of September.
A son of ex-'.onigressman McLaurin
ceated a sentsatiol in Spartmnbui. by
jumpimg upon the stage aimd smacking
the lips of a pretty actress whoi piointerc)
at him ini her kiisinig sang. We doh.&b
if "Curly-Haired Johnriie." the old man,
would have backed down from that thre.
Six youn x soldiers of Spartanburg are
to be eourt..martialed for refusing tto an
swver the call to protect the negro rapist.
Mo-r i ntas, who attemnpted to kUl
the district attorney at Sat ~tranicisco,
suicided in jail Saturday..
Gov. Aneel has issued a proolamation
naming Thursday, Nov. 26th, as a ca:
f Trhaniksgving.an< Prayqtr. v,
VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE.
I have bought the-lands belong
ing to the estate of Maj. J. J.
Lewis, recently advertised for
sale. I anm now offering them
in tracts and on ternms to suit
purchasers., J. D. HOLDER.
P'ickens C. H., Nov. 5, 190.
Pickps Coihty Union. met
here today, and there was a goo4
attendance'and considerable In
'terest Minifested. Several miat
ters.of 1mp6rtanice were brbught
up,r consideration, and discus
sed itconsiderable length. Sev
eial resolitions were )assed, of
vhich the followin-* are speci
tpens. Our co. .sec. had jnst're
ceived a-saiple ol' otton bag
ging,'and the following resolu
tion-w-s fAssed.l Resolved that
wN,-the, Pickens County Farm
ers' tTni'on, aft6r e'.mihing the
asaimple of the cotton bagging,
sent out from New .Orleans. Ve
are highly piea sed with same
n ,( i eCO me1Id thi 1r111* mmTI
bs ue his ba.fin- as much
as posible ti-s1":z"W, and ar
ran' k to unX'!it ex.! !v(Ay no,t
~'' e Id
'mt i It ed npk me practia
"l.radesof jj cd-,o 1)i'' f''t i :
for. 11s ill sack11in f, rdlizer:-;,
thI all ihe fertiz-r m:mi'fet
urers he retue'sted to -use noth
ing to the farnir intere.t to
t'he extenut of creatingi. a greater.
dteanL folr !ow grmdd (f cotton.
and at the same time helping
the imuifacturer who makes
these goods, etc. The time of the
county Imleeting was, cliangod
fIom Ue j st, Monday k) Thurs
day after 1 he first Monday in
each ionIith. The nieiibeiship
are reNuested to make a note of
this and bear it in mind. Pres
ident Harris was to be with us,
uIt did 11not get there, but.sCnt
J. B. Watson, of Anderson, to
fill his\appoin tment; but owing
to th'' sciedufle of the train be
inc, such11 as to prevent his reach
ing Pickens in time, he did not
fret fne ter than Eastov. 'Uniri
te change of days of the coun
ty meet in<x the next regular
county meeting. will be held the
10th of Dec. Let us see,who can
submit the best plan fer conduc
ting a prize A for wheat, oats
and corn for 1909. Other conn
ties have co11ductilg this
pize cmIest for soni timle.
Sh)uld ttn farmers com111ete for
the prize, and UaCII give his
ml"tHod of pr." paration and (uoil
tivation, \eo gel tn years' expe
ficnee all in ono year. Ve want
to learn the best method of ma
king a livino- easy onl the farn,
( (Jhe031(1011e wAnt no otton
o'i 1st, as it --w-ems theve is too
hilu hi of it' be'ing raised already
11i .;I mies it for the co,ton
m:L1cinl !.( to make the profit
ouit to m11.,ke them rich.
\!r) iformmd it is current
lini the aoud that the Farmers'
Unio? ve :ired their nemberK
Io i+ n:mselfe to hold
tIr.- o ufor a miium
tarke. They X re not required to
d an.nto the kind. o
kin n3r if in theC future'(
should you ha po;in to see a mem
beri of. i'' Unionl offeritig to
market a u 1 (uI cotton:for less
thant the m'i:Imm1h pr' doni't
get mhiid '(l i the Iea that
lie i; goin; b,': onl the Union
0or yiolOn b Ii pledlge. No, 1n0.
That is ni: he way the Umno
has to (10h ''':t '. So doni't get
alarmed. E ir mnember is al
lowed to at tid to his own busi
ness in his (on n way. Of course
all the loyal memhiners will con
forum as near to the demands as
possible without injury to him..
.self or others, to whom he is un
der' possibly greater obligations
for favors shown, etc., etc.
Th le Cotton Grlowers Conven
tion in Mem phis last week pass
ed resolutons urging the cliver
,sification of cr'ops by the South
ern farmers, asking a continu
ance of the fight against the boll
weevil, condemning gamibling
In futures,. a~nd favoring ware
housing cotton for better prices.
ILst Friday old froaty weather set in
and vgetaiog uccuinbodi before the
-hilin bla4.'4 ts.
* ein You tQTh ink Ift
YOU WILL FIND THAT
CHR ISTM A
Is close at hand. In about five weeks Cl:ristmas Bells will
be ringing, Santa Claus will be, co'ming, and Cii t
mas Trees will be talked of in the land.
NOW IS THlE T1IE
To begin getting ready forit,. and OUR STORE 'is the
Place to B,egin. We think
Is More Select. and of a C?eater and Better Quality than ever
befre. We .have tried to profit by'omi year. experi
ence in buying this class of, goods. and feel that we
can Show you a stock that wiil. pleose you. and
one that we are proud of. Our stock comn
prises such line as all kinds of
D61s', Toys, Vases, Cups and Saucersj
Cake Plater, Salad Bowlk,
Shaving Sets, Toilet Sets, Manicure
Sets, Jewel Cases, H-1and Bags,
Purses, Albuims, Mirrors, Cut Glass,
.China, Bibles and. mn.ny others.
We have a much better line of SILVERWARE jhan ever
b!fore.- Do not fail to see us. We are anxious to show you
and hav.e you visit our store.
PICKENS DRUG (0
A. Ka P,A RK
Dry Goods and Shoes.
We are now ready for Fall and Winter business, with a ful'.
stock of' Dry Goods and Shoes. I did not go to market until
late, when there had been Breaks in Prices. I found sellers
anxious to sell, anid offering extra inducements to cash buye&s..
Being in a position to accept their ffer y I bought largely and
at much lower pices than for several seasons past. That
means you can buy your dry goods for les; nioney than you
did lat; year. My prices will be based on Sc cotton. No
more 7c. for calilo but the best branded goods will be so'd for
sc. Go:ds that sold last season fdr 1 2 c. rind i5c. now .1oc
Heavy 121C. Canton Flannel for ioc.
He avy y'ard wvide Sheeting 5e
The best selection of wool dress goods I have ev:er had and.
for less money. Better underwear for less mnoney'.
36 inch $1.25 Taffeta Silk for $i.oo
1 beair the standard of Goodl Shoes for little money..
Conmc and let us prv what we say.
JL.'VALLEY, For Sale
Plhysicialu auid Suirgol.
Office Hous 10 to0 12--.. to 4 Two 2-Horse Farms, knowa
DR. LAWRENCE ROER as the B. 0. & Beaugard-'
DENTT1ST, Ambler farms, and, part of
PIOKNS. - - .c.the Ambler place in Pickens
County Commissioner's meeting. county.
Notice is hereby given that the Board,
'. t County Commissioners will meet 'erms made to suit pur.
Tuesday~ after ea'uh Salksday and on
Tuesday overy two weeks to approvge chasrA t
and ayclaims. No claim will1 be. pid sr.Apyt
except on those days. P, reonis having
businegs in the Supervisor's office will RL
comue on the (lays aihove named1 and no R. .AMBLER,
tf E. F. LOOPER, Suipervi@"dr. Greenville, S, C.