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say consumption can be
cured. Nature alone won't
do it, it needs help.
is the best help, but its use
must be continued in sum
mer as well as winter.
Take it in a nitle oold mink or water
Getamal bottle now. All Duggist
Finger Bowls of Paper.
Some enemy of busy housekeepers
says finger bowls such :.s are used in
Japan are the newest necessity for the
table and "quite a change." The fin
ger bowl, which takes time to arrange,
is pretty, however, says the New York
Press. It Is a tiny basket made of
beautiful straw woven in an ornamen
tal design. Inside the basket is placed
a filmy satin paper table napkin print
ed with blossoms and twisted into a
gowerlike shape. The napkin has been
slig'itly dampened with perfuuied wa
te:' before beIng put Into the basket,
the scent corresponding with the de
sign. It is used by the Japanese in
stead of dipping their fingers in water.
Wireless Frem Balloons.
The Italian government is carrylng
out experiients by means of wireless
telegraph instruments in war balloons.
The weight'of the receiving and trans
mitting apparatus is just under one
and a half hundred weight and allows
messages to be sent sixty miles.
By the Wing of a Swallow.
"The late Francis Thompson. the
English poet." said a magazine editor.
"had a great love of birds. Ile once
told me a pretty story about a swal
"Catching one day in the early an
tumn a swallow that nested in his
garden, he fastened to its wing a piece
of oiled paper inscribed with the
"'Swallow, little swallow, I wonder
where you passed the winter!'
"The next spring the swallow return
ed to its nest at the usual time. At
tached to its foot was another piece of
oiled paper with the inscription:
"'Florence, at the house of Castel
larl. Cordial greetings to the friend in
the north.' "-Washington Star.
How Red Herrings Came.
The first red. herring was accidental
ly produced in England many years
ago by a fisherman who, having a sur.
plus of fresh herring, hung them up in
a smoky shed to dry and then forgot
all about them. When he looked at
them some time after he found that
they had changed in color. The king.
to whom the fishes were presented,
was so interested that he gave permis
sion to the fisherman to exhibit them
around the country as strange mon
His Nerve Good.
Dissatisfied Committeeman - You
made a dismal failure in your effort to
please our audience. I shall not pay
your fee in full.
Egotistic Lecturer-Oh, indeed, you
must, sir! I assure you I worked much
harder than I should have had to labor
with a less difficult audIence. Besides,
think how much rarer a sight I have
given 'you by failing than I should
have given if I had succeeded!--Ly
ceumite and Talent
The following appeared recently in
a schooiboy's essay:
"A long time ago England was once
a foreign country. England has much
coal beds. When it is finished we shall
have to use our brains for fuel. and it
will be scarce."-London Pick-Me-Up.
How He Would Act.
This is not the hoary bearded tale of
the raw recruit who halted the otticer
of the day in the middle of the stream
and forced him to dismount and wade
through the water to be recognizbd
although there be a similarity of set.
A cavalry "rookie" on his first night'u
tour was approached- by tile officer
who, after demanding his special and
general orders and asking a number of
more or less reasonable questions
wound up by requesting the guard't
method of procedure if he were to see
a steamboat coming toward him across
the parade ground.
To whIch the rookie respectfully re'
-plied. "I'd quit driuking. sir'"--.Tudge.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve
The Best Salve In The World.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAMlE BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
the great kidney, liver
4, - and bladder remedy.
~Ii -.:cal triumph of the nine
lb teenth ,cem~ury: dis
covered after years of
scintfi research by
~Dr. Kilner, the emi
_ _- ~ nent kidnley and biad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in Promotly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Brigh:'s Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilrner's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommendedfor everything but if you have kid
ney, liver or bladder trouble it will be found
just the remeay you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all readers of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
-offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co.,Bing
hamton, N. Y. The
regular fifty cent and Hoor Swamp-noot.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
Don't make any mistake, but remember
the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton,
How Tmo Gander Acts ia Deooy.
Pete. a tame wild gander. makes
the killing of wild fowl easy for his
waster. Forman E. Clayton of Silver
ton. near Montclair. N. J.. says the
New York Herald. When Mr. Clayton
suvy. (~et rcady, 19te. for sonie
sport." the bird sqiuawks and, fl:ippiiig
its wings. waddls down the path to
the suek box and prepares to decoy
hi. riiows to slaughter. Pete gets out
imong thie wooden decoys. and as soon
as lie hears or sees a flock of birds lie
begins to Call. The duped fowl will
drop a:'ound hin. Then Pete begins to
fight with the strangers and gradually
leads then toward the blind. Then he
dashes away to escape the shower of,
shot from his imaster's gun. 'ete is
not far from being twenty-five years
of age, according to Mr. Clayton.
The "Blue Foot."
Although not so prominent in Teu
tonic folk lore as the hare, the fox Is
still looked upou as a mystie animal
thcughout Sweden and north Germa
ny in many districts reynard has
long been regarded by the peasants as
so sacred that his name must not be
pronounced, and he is alluded to by
some such euphemistic title as "blue
foot" or "he who goes to the forest."
Sign of Precocity.
"I belave." declared the Irishman.
"thot me youngest son's born t' be a
"Phwat leads ye t' say thot?" asked
"01 caught him usin' th' scissors on
a book. O'd lately bought an' before
Oi c'd stop him he cut out th' appin
Joy in life is like the oil in the lamp
-when the oil commences to fall. the
wick burns with a glimmering red
dame. tilling the air about It with a
i)hick smoke. Life also without a little
Joy burns unprofitably, filling the air
with depression and sadness.
The hawk eats the dove, but the.
hawk seems to be surrounded by as
many dangers as the dove.-Atchson
Do You Think
Or. dq you open your mouth like a young
Ird gulp down whatever food or medi
in2 m be offered you?
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r intelligent thinking woman.
in need of I f from weakness, nervousness.
pain and su e ng. then it means much to
you that the one tried and true hme2t.
inedicing al vwc EQ~WQV !2,xos pM.
druygists f9E the cure of vomns ill1s.
The makers of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, for the cure of weak. nervous, run
down. over-worked, debilitated. pain-racked
women. knowing this medicine to be made up
of Ingredients, every one of which has the
strongest possible indorsement of the leading
and standard authorities of the several
schools of practice, are perfectly willing, and
in fact, are only too glad to print, as they do,
the formula, or list of ingredients, of which
it is composed. si plaina English, on every
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The formula of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pro
scription will bear the most critical examina
tion of medical experts, for It contains no
alcohol, narcotics, harmful, or habit-formingr
drucs, and no agent enters into it that is not
highly recommended by the most advanccd
and leading medical teachers and author
Itles of theIr several schools of practice,
These authorities recommend the ingredIents
of Dr "WerWe's Fa~vorite Prescrfitlon for the
cure of exactly the same ailments for gIc
thiswerld-far-ned medicine-is advised.
No other medicine for woman's ills has any
such professional endorsement as Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription has received, in the un
Qualified recommendation of each of its
several ingredients by scores of leading medi
cal men of all the schools of practice. Is
such an endorsement not worthy of your
4' 4 * 4' 4
A booklet of ingredients, with numerous
authorative profesional ehidorsementis by the
leading medical authorities of this country,
will be mailed free to any one sending n ame
and address with request for same. Address
Dr. E. V. Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
Her Record as a Nurse.
The principal physician In the towu
was one day hurriedly called to the
minister's house and, finding the min
Ister seriously Ill, recommended the
services of a trained nurse. The min
Ister's wife believed that she was fully
capable of nursing him herself and to
convintce the doctor of her ability Bald.
"I nursed my father till he died, I
nursed my moth1er tilk, she died, and
I nursed both my sisters till they
"But," interrupted the doctor, "don't
you see, they all died?"
When a sufferer from stomach trouble
takes Dr. King's New Life Pills lie's
mighty glad to see his Dy spepsia and
Indigestion fly, but more-lhe's tickled
over his new, fine appetite, strong nerves
healthy vigor, all because stomach, liver
and kidneys now work right. 25c at all
The Cruel Lie.
When Disraeli was nearing his end
a young dlselple saiid to him: "Maste-r.
what is the unpardonable sin': Is i
not a lie?" The astute and subtle
statesman, in the shadow of the grave.
where he .saw with the clearer vision.
looked at the young man with deep.
unfathomable eyes and answeredl:
"No, a lie is not the unpardonab!e
sin. The unpardonable sin is the crue!
On the borders of that shadowy land
where great things grow and sall and
little things loom large on the horizon
he hadl come to know that the crime.
that is not forgiven Is the brutal ini
sthlet that impels us to wound, to im
bitter, to mortify.
Could Not Be Better.
No one has ever made a salve, oint
mo'nr, lotion or baimn to compare wi h
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Its the one
perfect heter o' Cuts. Cjorns, Burns,
Bru'ses, S iris Scalds, Boils, Ulcers,
Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eves,
C >ld Sore s, Chapp 4ld Hands its supreme.
Infa'lible for Piles. Only, ..5e at aill
OR.KING's N~EW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Stop That ftannh.
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
tin Hie Stomachs and~owiseof
Opium.Morphine nor Haml.
NoT NAnc OTIC.
AperfectIliemedy for cornsiP i
tion. Sour Stomnach.Diammh
FacS'iile Signature C
3O uatee un er F~
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Cheap Excursion Rates Via Southern
Ashevile And Return: Acronnt of
National Association 4f1'. P. A's. 3Iy!
31-June 5th, ticgets on sale May 28. t
ana 30 and for trans scheduled to at
rive Asheville before 3-00 p. m. 31ay 31st
1909. final limit 30 days from (late of
sale. Stopover privileges.
Black Mountain and Asheville, and
Return: Account of Southern Student
Conference Y. M. C. A and Y. W. C.
A. June 9.20, 1909. Tickets on sale to
Asheville June 7, 8. 9 and to Black
Mountain 9, 10 and 11. Final limit re
turning June 23, 1909.
Charlottesville, Va. and Return: Ac
count Summer School University of
irginia, June 18-July :31, Tickets on sale
June 15, 16. 17, 28, July 51 andl 12. Final
imit returning 1~> days from date of
Knoxville, T1enn. and Return: Ac.
ount of Summer School June 22-July
0, tickets on sale June 20, 21. 22,, 26, 27
July 3, 10, 11 and 21. Final linut 15
ays from date of sale.
Los Angeles, CalI. and Return. Ac
ount of B. P 0. E. Convention July
1-17. D~ates of sale May 31, June 1, 2.
inal limit Oct. 31. 1909.
Louisville Ky. and Return. Accout t
nnual session Ancient Arabic Order
oblt s of the Mystic Shrine June 8-10,
909. Date of sale June 5, 6, 7, return
imit June 17, 1909.
Memphis Tenn. Account annual re
nion United Confederate Veterans.
une 8-10, date oif sale June 5, 6, 7,
eturn limit Jane 14 with extent ion to
uly l1t by "' P s:ting ticket and' p tying
0 cents ixI ra. s(op ,vers.
Seattla, W~sh. and Rteturn: Accounit
lakaYukon-Pacifie Exposition. Tick
ts on sale May 24th until Sept. '20 h
r a' limjit i urning October 31, 19u9
iverse routes with stopover p: ivileges.
Semmer excursion rates in effect May
9 to September 30th final limit October
Convenient schtedult s- and snpanior
rain service to all points in all dlirecti rs~
ia SOUTIIERN RAILWAY.
For information in detail, call on anyv
gent of the Southern Railroadl or ad!
J. L. Meek, WV. E. Mc~ee.
A'lant:., Ca. A ugusta. G t.
A G. P. A., T1- P. A..
For Tnfants and Children.
he Kind You Have Always Bought
ignature of C ~ 7 4~
(IL.I. B.) Cures Through the Blood
BONE PAINS, CAN
CER, SCALY SKIN,
B.B. B. (Botanic Blood BloIh is ii.
ry Blood Remedv that kills the poiso'n
the blood and then puIrifies t--. .
ig a flood of pure, rich bloo-l direc't t"
e skin surface, bones. jointis n
-herever the disease is locatedl. I : l hs
av all sores. ulcers. pimntles. err pt ions
mre healed and cured. pains and1.;i ie
)f Rheumatism cease, swell 'ius ehi
. B. B. completely clhangs tl,*he b'dy
to a clean healthy coed tioni. i'ivin'g
e skin the rich. red hue of iii f. et
'althu. B. B. B. cures the wvoist h
iso Trv it.
BTANIC BLOOD BALM-B BB~
Ittanie ingcredient'. It luie' and' eniri ihe'
e bl .1. I. 0 Mtrinthenii the uieiVe
t '' on 1: l t:'; ; 'rrLi: with dIire..
ons fir home i* 're.
ald in Pickrnn, C. by BoR lt+ o.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW YORK CIY.
What He Mez-nt.
A keen retort Is crediited to the late
Ir. IInig-Brown, mastcr of ('haiirter
is 1 rot her-in -I w. IDr. o'rter. the
l::5sir ofC I'etcrhoulse, :another- fa:a'lus
Fngh school, wrote I') him impTii:;g
I pr-1:ecise menin::' in a1 cer*'illb-ateL
that a h oy's chia'arter wa ".g-nral y"
"When I say generally," he replied,
"I nani not particularly."
A Thrillirg Rescuo.
I1ow Bert L. Lean, of Chenv. Wash.
was saved from a frightful death is a
etory to thrill the world. "A h:rd cold,
he writes, Iroughr. on a desperate lung
troubie that batled an expert doctor
here. Then I paid $10 to $15 a visit to
a lung sovecialist in S 'ka-v. who dlid
not help mne. Then I went to 'alifo'rnia,
but without benefit. A t Iast I u.sed Dr
King's New Diiscovery, wiieb iomph-lt*'
lv cured nie an:1 no -v I anm as wel as
ever.'' For Lun :"~Vuble, I ronchi tis,
Coughls and] ('olds, AEthmat. G <tup and
$1.03 ~. Trial bottle free. Gurzzan teed by
Somoe Lawyers' 3ills.
A London solicitor tendered a hill in
which the last Item was thus sta:i l
"To dining with you after the c-ase
was lost.'' A Got ha la1wyer once
threw a peasant out of doors hIe:mUS"
he did not wishl to take upi hits en-:e.
He afterward sent him a il for '2
marks "for his trouble." Anoter~ Oil
receiving the present oft a ha:re from
one of his cilints -wrote to t hank h Un
anmi then ebarigd -l a m:s fo r th let
ter. On the llamhuarg ex'.b:::e a
dluen:t worth 10 shline't"! "Yes."
plied the hawyer a.s he p::t the coinW in
his pocket and took outt 38. 11!. " Ilere's
your. chiantge. Six shiilings ei::blpence
Is my regua tr consulatllion fee. you
know"-St. .ITnws' Gazette.
Every Wcoman Will Bc In~teretted.
There huas r. re'tIs b ';u der'-re I a
an rra' ic. plea-sait. hoerb Iiue f *r wo
m-m'us ils, enulle1 I ther (;en:,'s A U
TRLX1IXIIA Il~-'. It i" thIe onIlv ve r
atd Bacekaene,. Ki mey, Binddehr at
Urinary troubhh s. A\ all Drutggts or
by3 nil :0) (ts. Stmnih. FRFE-. M-:
dr,~ ss, ETe Slothier G rav te., .Leiby', N.
A dletective was5 descriin.:: the calp
ture of a fakir oIf "old masters."
"When i examined t hi.s fellow.'" said
the official, "'the 'third dlegree' was not
needed. Out of his own mouthti lie
covcted himself Ilnconsciotusly. lIe
reminded me thefre of a bloy who on1ce
aplied at my office for work.
"This boy was, bright looking, and I
rather took to him.
'Now, my son,' I said. 'if you come
to work for me yotu will occasionally
have to write telegrams and take down
phone messages; hence a pretty high
degree of schooling Is essential. Are
yotu fairly well educated:'
"The boy smiled confidently.
"'I~ be,' he saidl."
When Rubbers beccme Nec essary
And your shoes pinch. A'h-'s Fo'
Ease, a powder to sha:ke'n ill'o t I
shoes, is ~just the thlinig t, I , . . I *- .1
for breaking in New shoe-s. > . V -" -
where, 25c. Sample FILm:K. Ai Cre;,
Alen S. Olmsted, LeRoy,. Y. o
Ini the matt1er o1 friendil-hip I have
observeud that hisaintmenl''i-eS
ut ratheru friomi anI ''e "
their ikri forz andi ojin" I .- tel
ro' In that dir--Itimn -: C '
tent ::n-l 'Vien hapiVU t
fecti-im than we
age 'o go thr-o.:h b-'
G q- -
A n con
h -% r ::,V:'
The Pain cf It.
"Iwo:H ':h~ive in:di-hln. hip
p.j :: uc . . l h o : elit
- i-2 teneher h11ln't ";til I InIY
p::: ; 1r iu more than it di
-i'h:1 :ughin't to "":Ike you feel ally
" it (12hL. 171h:ft hie pinmislied ue
for v:, t'lini r
* I n 2 :in i nowof becoming :in
".V ho hl asn't any qualifiention.
"3h. y"-: n:1m of his di'ed recent
IV :n il h h!.:!i n fur liei' overcou t
and hi;i."h h:1 t."- I'hib1.idelpliia 'ress.
Illobs--See th:it mcssen;-er boy rend
in- the :in 11 novel. Ii lasn't moved
:or :m h mr Shob b-What an ideal
vlw-! p' ' yir ho would make.-Philadel
P71 pa PE
' . -.Im; purify awlvn -1 your
-:a a.w.1.;.p. 4 ur o: your
\ - - r i :#rintondintat
- u~i.-ring w * h .. iri.. y p p
V - : *Atir akillg
- . b .e - 1o...- fr 12 - -1 ist 1 :' f, ali
Lacu.Ilvlreve.-, if he- could
P. P. P.
If y. -r. f-elizi r badly in the spring
and out of surts, take
P. p P.
If your di,;e stive organs need toning up,
IP. P. P.
If yo 7 suar w!!h honcWhe, indigestIon,
dIbility and weaLukes, tau
P. P. p.
i ou s r witih nervous prostration,
n're urshtrur'' and a general ILe down
of the s e~,'ta
P. P. P.
For Pio-lo. Poemn. Theumatis'n, Scrof
ul., 014 Sr s. Ma!aria, Ciruni FuiLLale
IPrickly Ash, Pok Root
The beI '. c ? purir ini the world.
Snumanah . - . Geria.
1 IGH GRADE.
* by buying this
* reliable, honest,
- high grade sew
~ I ing machine.
National Sewing Machine Co.
., 'ill. P'i1Ial.
. '.00A cr ihottle
P. P. P.
Ides Iarvelbsi Crs i Blood PdOIon, Rentiial ScroflL.
P. P. P. purifies the blood, builds up the weak and debilitated, gives
strength to weakened nerves, expels disease, giving the patient health and
happiness, where sickness, gloomy feelings and lassitude first prevailed.
In blood poison, mercurial poison, malaria, dyspepsia, and in all blou
and skin diseases, like blotches, pimples, old chronic ulcers, tetter, scald
head, we say without fear of contradiction that P. P. P. is the best blood
purifier in the world.
Ladies whose systems are poisoned and whose blood is in an impure con
dition due to menstrual irregularities, are peculiarly benefitted by the won.
derful tonic and blood cleansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke
R1oot and Potassium.
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH, CA.
REAL ESTA TE.
I have several farms, varying in size
from the small farm of
35 acres to 200 acre-,
located in different sections of the
county, that I am offering for sale on
easy terms. If interested in purchas- 4
iug land call on or write me.
I also have enquiries for land that
my )resent list does not supply. If
you wish to sell see me.
Yours for Business,
1 1 . HESTER,
Pickens, S. C.
THE "FIXIT" SHOP!
R. E. GOODWIN, Prop'r.
In Rear of Freeman Building. Pickens, S. C.
See us for bargains in Bicycles and Sundiftes.
Patching Cement, 2 tubes for 15C.
Good Single Tube Tires, per pair * $3-75
No. i Inner Tubes, each $1.25
Bicycle Spokes, per dozen, d
Good Bicycles, from.
All kinds of Repair Work done Adhort Notice and at
Sewing Machines Repaired adrr made as good as new, at
one-fifth the cost of a new machine.
Full line of Sewing Machine Needles to fit any name or
make of machine. Also belting, oil and attachments,
R. E. GOODW IN,
AT THE "FIXIT'' SHOP. PICKENS, S C
New, Fresh, Crisp
I have spared no means in securing for this Spring's bus
ness the newest and freshest goods that could be found, and.
it the lowest prices such goods can be sold for.
Our goods and prices are such as to give us a SPECIAL
SALE all the time. We do not have to try to fool the people
into "Special Sales" My 20 years business reputation justi
fies me in saying that you get what you buy and what we
p~romise, when you buy from us.
AS TO OUR GOODS: We have almost anything in
stock that the average buyer of dry goods may need, but es
pecially do we call attention to white goods. We have a
grand assortr'nent of these goods in plain and fancy, ranging
iln prices to, 15, 25, 35 and Soc. the yard.
OUR COLORED) WASH GOODS are equal to any
seasons offermng we have ever shown. A great showing of
both Men's and Ladies Under Vests await you here, also
Men's and Ladies Neckwear and Hosiery, plain and fancy no
tions and head ornaments of all kinds.
NOW FOR T HE STA PLES. The best shirting, cali
:oes for 5c. TIhe best aud heaviest 36 inch wide sheeting
that can be sold for 5c. Cotton Checks and Ginghams at 5c.
Remembe me wvhen you want good shoes at low prices.
A. K. PA RK,
Werst End. QGreen-ille, IB- C'
SWE DON'T CUT T HE PRICE!I
# The extra care and attention we put into the manu
fscture of our products-such as buying p. rest and
p best flavors and mixing the extracts, th2 buying of *
$ good bottles and the seeing to their being clean (each #
# and everv oue of our bottles is washed, rinsed and
i sterilized'by h.and,) the extra, but necessary' time and g
a trouble to keep a clean place audl furni..h a Jpure drink,#
#is why we maintain the price on our drinks that we do
We could mix our drinks and bottle in a slip-shod
# way and sell to you cepr but we ain't ghae~oing to do #
Sit. Another thing:
; ONE PRICE TO ALL
$ is our motto The man mn Pickens pay's the same
price for our go ods that the man inCnrlorPup
l.kintown does. We don't cut the price to any one, and J
S e on't cell cheaper away from home than we do at*
Shome Another thing: we never misrepresent any-*
* thing to make a sale.
S When you buy and drink our goods you are getting$
as pure as can be made and at the same price the other
man paid. No cut prices in our business.
SPICKENS BOT TLING WORKS.
* R. L. Davis, Prop'r. : : Pickens, S. C.