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40th Year PICKENS. 8. G. JUNE ?3, 1910. , Number 5
At Easley, S. C.
This property is si
JKKlili $50.00 in money
will be distributed free a
get your share of it. A
100 acre farm in the counl
body, male and female, si
lake much money to do s<
a grand opportunity to ge
. Follow Tli
Now is the time of yea
diseases can j be warded
/Bright's I5isease, Rheuma
' r flallum's Back;
I stand at the top of the lis
We have scores of te:people
you know. But if
take our word for it, all w
11 illlum's J)iick;i
a trial, and if they do not
ask for your money back
you and we want you to li
m vivwhiw mr
The Store That Glial
%' 1110 Hcl1 t >1(,1
\V/fia 3 HH* ^I'ralcst
l ,#? -a. y()U f?VM |lslvt,
You can talk to yo
your doctor, or to
J Northern or Southern ci
I Installing a t<
I same as increasin
I making "'a- iarge <
ff# ..J phon^ costs very
J We would like to U
rural telephones. Ask
a. e .1 ~ :.
mm vi rrui/u hi iim iui ucnriij
. 'FARMERS' I.INF,
f I Southern'" Bell
I L jTjeleg'n
On Saturday July 2nd E
tuated in the very centre of Easley a
' and 5 Building Lots
4.1 ? - - 1 . 1
mung muse in attendance at tins salt
Building Lot in Easley will increase
try will do. Farmers, Mechanics, 15
Lould invest some of their savings in
~> and they grow very quickly into vc
t in on the ground lloor and reap all
le Crowd to The Grown o
Tiiirnntmnnt mid A
mmm dim n
JNO. McELREE, Auctior
??JA lllll.HMl WM?B??a???M????????t
r to watch your KIDNEYS. Many
oft if you keep them right, such as
tism, Typhoid Fever and Malaria.
ache and Kidney Pills
t of all such medicine on the market
itimonials we could give you from
vou d< > not know us well wmiurli m
e ask is that you give
idle and. Kidney j'ills
give you satisfaction come back and
and you will get it. It is here lor
O "! J ?
lMckcns, S. C.
ran tecs and Gives Satisfaction.
our Service, Ifc-B
r. Farmer! ^
>hone system of Amerirsi, Mr. Fanner?
system in tin* world?is sit your.service. j
it in your home sis soon as you want it. I
ur neighbors, your friends in town, to
folks in New York, Chicsigoor any other
telephone on your farm is the
g your horse power without I
outlay for the horse. A tele-J
;ll you about our plan for installing M
the nearest Hell telephone manager
ative booklet. A. post.il will do. Jfl
N SALE. i
Jegining at 10 A. M. 1
bout 200 yards south of R. R. s
j. v^uiiic iinu see us ao it ana i<
more in value each year than a <'
usiness men and in fact every-! i
city Building Lots. It does not (
ry valuable property. Here is ' v
the benefit of increased values. i
n Day of Sale.
fill II f
COLUMBIA, S C. <
Good Roads week.
Aiken county has given to the
world the "Good Roads Week"
idea, which contemplates more
work and less talk 011 good roads.
The idea has attracted consider- a
able attention, and then; is
much speculation as to the prac-1
tical execution of the plan. Thej
idea is for the people of theeoun-1
tv generally l.o bring teams,
picks and shovels and other implements
of war against had !
roads, and get down to the real'
work of building roads. As
In how many candidates for the;
lau'islature, politiciansand news-1 ~
paper editors w ill report, armed
for duty is a <|in-st ion. These ;
gentlenu n will doubtless plead i
' I hat the community would ;,,
never have come to t he ]>oi I of
actual labor on I he roads if il [
had not heen for t heircampaign
of talk, l)iil tliis should not ex- s
empt them. By their works
they should ho known?that is 11
in Aiken. The ('hosier Reporter
has this to say of the Aiken '
"Over in Aiken eountv thisi
summer after the crops have t
heen laid hy there is to he had
what will he known as "Good i
Roads Week." As is explained ?
by the name this is to he a period
marked by activity in the
cause of good roads, and practi- "
cal activity we might add, as
i shovel and pick on the road are to
take the place of the platform, j
uiiu iictiiiii laoor on n ? m^n- "
ways is^ointf to he had ii.stead of
direct ions from more or less impractical
advisers. Every farmer
will be called upon to send!,
teams and hands to the roads, r
and Aiken county will be com-lv
pletely renovated from center to t<
circumference so far ;?s roads is <'
concerned. Then a^ain, it is 1?
proposed, io follow this week u|> s
i with another in the fall, during
which the roads shall be got into
condition for the heavv wint- '
er hauling. ! 1
The idea is u splend'ul one. |
ami as the people of Aiken and ^
Chester have no patent or copy- ! i
riuht on their plans others are'
;11 perfec liberty to try it. I low 1
about something of this kind)'
for each county in the state.
Annual Meeting of Rur.il Letter Car-1 I
The state convention of the I
Kural Letter Carriers associa- I
tion will he held in Newberry,
S. C., on July Urd, 4th and 5th. I
The indications are that the s
; attendance will be large and
Ithat the meeting will be an in- \
teresting one. Among those to <
come from outside the state are j
W. R. Spillman, of Washington ii
superintendent of the rural mail e
service, and W. I). Brown, of
Washington, editor of the R. F.
Mr. Thos. E. Wicker, of Newberry,
is president of the assoc.i- ^
atlon in this state, and he, ayld
DR. A. A
President and Manager of the Glob
arsest Optical College in the vvoi
rhnrsday July 7th. 8:45 a. m. tr
nacy, for the purpose of doing rei
ory he makes spectacles and eye
ight, after thoroughly examining
ind improved instruments. Spe
:hildren's eyes, muscular imhalai
n'adaches, pain in the eves, near
i-oss eyes straightened without t
yes matched and inserted. Our
nouev back," has lniill up for us t
'ash or credit. Be sure to see hill
The old reliable "Mason" Pore
ight. Or if you want to put y<
ny old thing (not air tight) get
ler; m cents a box. Will keej
FLOUR?-?Well, it is so chea
m; price you mignt be tempte<
:uiles and buy our high grade !
ause Mr. Patton, or some other
tiarket and make you pay a hig
rop is made.
CORN MEAL! Yes, the ok
lie bushel. Good and fresh.
SUGAR! Just think of gettii
iranulated Sugar for $1.00 here
A good line of Shoes, Hats,
^.1 ur \ r-%
iiu worK rants?all to go at ba
Yours for I
VV. B. Fr.
"At 1!?(' 01<
1'. S.?Bring us your Mams,
get full value
Side Dressing With T1
i.ikes your cotton fruit heavily ;
hat is what it takes to make a
....n,!!,, I r-?^:i: r~ '
l^-.Kiuj wi ^pcii ii;i Llll/,i;r lur SI
nend to you with the utmost con
is no plant that is n
han corn. We have a specially
Iressing corn. Now is the time
r. U. Vandiver,
? i -
(Sold by Folder, Thonile;
roll as others, is working hard;
omaki* the convention a succss.
lit- has appointed the f ?l .A
swing eominittees t(? look al ter It
peci il matters of detail: .J
< >n printing and advertising It
? \V. (I. IVIorson. chairman: p
rhos. ('. ('halnieis, I-' ank l\ a
< Mi banquet?l-Yank P. I )< !>
<>ro, chairman: Thos. ('. ('hal a
11crs, Vancy T. I )ickert.
< >n liases and decorations? ,
11n>. A Potersonchairman: \\ in. I
I. Fiddv, Thos. 0. Chalmers. ; t
On railroad rates?Thos. C.|n
'halmers, chairman: Frank l\ o
)evore, Win. II. Kddy. I
On reception.? Yancv T. |i
>ickert. Chairman: frank I*, It
)evore, \\ . (i. Peterson. ls
(>n entertainment?W in. II. t;
Cddy, chairman: Jno. A. Peter- ? ,
on, Frank I\ I)evore.
At the i-cdiii'St of I Vi'swlent
Vicker, President, Hunt of the ln
ham her of commerce will ap-'at
>oint several committees to act] A
11 conjunction with those nam- K
d above.?Newberry Observer.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Livor m
'ablots will clear tho sour stomach, ni
woeton the breath and create a henl- of
hy appetite. They promote the flow tli
f gastric juice,thoroby inducing good ov
igestion. Hold t>y all doalers. di
(; Optical Co., a graduate of the
rid, will he in Pickens, S. C.
> 11:15 a. in. at Keowee Phar'ractive
eye work. In his faci
glasses to correct all errors of
your eyes bv his new methods
cial attention given to school
ice, double vision, eye strain,
sight, far sight, astigmatism,
lie use of tho knife, artificial
Motto, "You satisfied <>r your
he largest business in the State.
1 on above date. Consultation
elaiti-lined Fruit lars?prices
nir 1 r 11 it and vegetables up in
our "Sure Keep" Fruit Pow>
4<? pounds as Iresli as when
p that if we were to tell you
J t<? feed your wheat to the
Hour. But don't do that, bespeculator,
might get on the
h price again before another
1-style ground meal at $1.00
rig 16 pounds of Lrood sweet
in blackberry time.
Sunday Shirts, Work Shirts
Eggs and Chickens and
uul keep it Iroin shedding.
li'ood J^crop/'j W'c have a
<le dressing which we recomifidence.
Now is the time to
U)i"f* rocnnncivi' /-? M:
- ? . ...i - v. iv' hji Lin/.cr
' prepared fertilizer lor side
to apply thatj
pliate & Oil Co.
TXn S3. C.
1). S. Vandivcr,
y iV Co. Pickens. S. ('.)
Frank G. Mauldin. to Phillipines.
Maj. Frank (i. Mauldin, 1 . S.
l., a native i.l Pickens and
rother to Ivy Mauldin. Tom
ne and a whole hunch of others,
as heen ordered t<> the I'hilli
ine islands. \laj. Mauldin is
11 artillerv otlicer and one ot
lie nil >>t vail km I of th' s. rvici .
ul he is at present detailed as
ide to (ien. (iarlin^ton. i lie in
I lector general.
He is chosen to j^o to the
'hilippines because, owinii to
lie very important toilitication
ver there, a lirst class artillery
llicer is needed a- inspector,
lis friends in this county ex
ress uratiliication at his seM'tion.
Maj. Mauldin is now
tationed as inspector in Atlan
>m iimmlt'i ?l ill In* A . Pratt Tont No I li!
Ilepi. II). G. A. IC.
Mr. Isaac Cook, Commando of above
oat, Kewanoo. III . writes: " For a
ng time I whs botborod with bitck
:ne ana pains across my kidneys,
liont 'iwo months ago started tnking
oly Kidney Pills and anon saw tliey
ere doing just n? claimed. I kept on
king them anil now I am free from
ickachfl. and the oainful bladder
isery is all gono. I like Foley Kid
\y rills so well that I have told many
my friends and comrades aboaf
lent and shall recommend them at
ery opportunity." Sold by all
They've All Renigged.
Kind Friends: I notice that
the editor's appeal to delinquent
subscribers was not meeting
with a response. He certainly
deserves better than that, so 1
thought that I would "break
the ice'' with a subscription and
that perhaps others would follow
suit with a part, if not all, their
back dues. Now friends, let's
help the editor, then we will be
getting the improved n.irwr thnf.
ho has promised. We cannot
dispense with our county paper,
S.-.J.. especially. *
What paper but your county
paper is j^oiiiK to say nice things
about your crops, your county,
I your candidate, your wife, your
boy. the sweet j.irl graduate and
| when you die will make folks
think you'r safe inside the pear|ly
And let me tell von ri?iht here,
that 1 don't believe tlie Sentinel
editor has ever kissed the blarney
-done and when be pays
you or yours a compliment he
really means what he says. < >f
course when "Uncle /eke" was
on the force, and complimented
you. why you'd better take
what he said with a trrain of
salt. I'll wa^er "Uncle '/eke"
makes those Forest City people
4. u :.. i - A i
1111111k uicy arc the finest and t ho
bestest" "turtles in the tank."
I think if we would consider
how much the editor does, that
is considered as charity, we certainly
wouldn't let him wait so >
long for his pay.
The comet will soon he a thing
of the past and those who failed
to see it certainly missed a treat
for it was a beauty. 1 saw a
larger one but it wasn't the
equal of Rally's for beauty.
Some are of the opinion that it
is the sanio cfm- ?-1
mm ^uniru I IH5
shepherds to where the infant,
Jesus, lav. ] agree with them
there, or at least I like t<> think
it was a star as beautiful as t hat,
that at last rested a hove the
manner where the Saviour of
the w<>r!?l lay.
1 heard of -;oine that were
afraid the world would 1?? dest
roved l?y t h<- comet. While I
didn't fear any such catastrophe,
yet I eolllil t?d rate those
who entertained such ideas better
than one who say-- they
Wollld he "so ulad to -e the ell'
ot time.' Lots o| t hose who
think they are so anxious to u ,
would he like old Samho. who
prayed mightily for the uoo<!
I ii?r?l 1<> takf poor Sambo bonn-.
()ne night when lie was praying
t he <ivt'i'setTknocked on thi'door.
Sambo said, "who darf" "It's
the angels conic to take poor
Sambo home." replied the overseer.
Samhosaid, "go 011 way
fnm dar. now, kasc Sambo Ween
dead free weeks."
1 wish I could give a clear and
comprehensive report on the
meeting that the Rev. C'omann
conducted at Liberty hut I can
say this much, lie certainly had
a most appreciative and largo
audience at every service. His
Kfrmnu on conformity of the,
world' was alonu; the same line,
(if thought that I have. except
he can express his thoughts and.
I cannot. All who hear Mr. Co
mann mice will want to heal'
"(>ld liiddle." has some one,
guessed who you are, t>r whs
it yon don't write iimw; "Ma
inaV Rahv," and "May l?elle."
I t hink I will have peaclie:- l'i?r
yo.i 1 his summer. hut you nm.-'
mine al ter tInn:. I sa\?-,1 lor
i "Mountain S|?r?m11 severii] pa
per- and nia^a/incs that pul
lished the I'resideii'i rinchot
coiit ron'er-v . I mi t I think ih.
I . 1 I * 1
I HUMPH I Ml I'lli 'i I nut I hi- I liihihi'V
I could talk ;iil 11;i\ t<< tin* S..J.
<>lil coutrihuti>rs but ii would
j not interest ;ui\' niir else, I
desist. lint kind friends none
would welcome vim hack mniv
heartily than I>reamer.
The edit in* would join in this
welcoming hnsiucss, ;11<?11u' with
| Dreamer, provided, of course,
that they con fori u to the rules
we publish from time t<> time to
We understand that "Old Kid
die has forsaken all others' and
cleaveth unto her husband, hut
that should not deter her from
at least writing occasionally.?
James M. Tucker, a leading
citizen of Rranchville is dead.