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40th Year - PICKENS. S. C.. SEP. 1 1910. Number 15
"SINCE BUCK \
Libert; Raked Fore and Aft.
Comb Gathers the Nei
' Some Are Personals?Some
In the eyes of the public gen- ;
erally Buck may not seem to be '
growing but he still lives and
has his being and he thinks that <
he is doing mighty well in his
little vineyard at Liberty.
I tell you, there are some j
mighty hard hand shaking here j 1
this week, but woe unto you |
candidates after Tuesday.
Our "city fathers are still do-1
ing great work on :ho streets, ii
Mint is tli<? ninin .1 I'pnt. siiill
they do not seem to think that
there are any streets in town i
except the, main ones. Mr. .
Street Committee will you cast
your eye on some of the other (
streets and see if you think you
are dealing justly with all of
Buck still thinks that a good (
ticket should be brought out for ,
and aldermen. We want '
^^uood honest broad minded men
to govern our business for us <
nnrl lftfa not. wnit fill fVio hour i
comes when it will be too la?e to
take stops in that direction, only
to turn with vain regret to the 1
Our young people enjoyed a
picnic 011 the Shirley big rock
011 last week and report a good
Several of our citizens visited
Knoxville on the excursion last
Tuesday and say that they had
a good time.
J. F. Jennings made a Hying
trip to Easlov this week.
Miss Calla Chapman is again
at , ner nome to tin* delimit or
her many friends al ter an ex !
tended visit to her aunt, Mrs. J.
R. Chapman of Spencer, N. C.
R. 11. Crane has opened n p
the market recently occupied by
R. h. Smith. Colonel says,
come, boys and get your steaks.
Cliff Rogers brought to town
the '2-lth the first open boll of
( aHaji frrtni hiu fyi'ni
Cards are out announcing the
marriage of Mr. II. L. Clayton
of this place to Miss Fiko of
Spartanburg on Sept. 1st.
M.. iinoni,. ^e
11 anoiu vi uim ui till; Mini
of Lipsconibe & Russell, of
Greenville, visited relatives here
Miss Nettie Kelley of R. F. 1).
I}, Central, was in the city one
afternoon last week.
1 ...u~ : .
I Ull. O U ?l lUil 1 11, WIIU Ir> w t 11 |
known to many of our people, I
visited Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Boggs this week.
Fire was discovered in one of
he guano houses on tin; railroad
Monday hut the bucket
L J. F. Williams and P. (). Wil
Ison of Oateechee, was in the
city Saturday on business.
Mr. G. F. Norrisof Oateechee,
visited Liberty Sunday.
Mr. Henry Martin and family
of Anderson county was in the
city Sunday speeding their auto.
I Mr. John Strickland and family
are at the Brown Hotel.
Miss Lucy Hello Jenkins of
Charlotte, N. G\, is tho charming
guest of Miss Annie Belle
Quite a livoly time huro Sun
day betweeen some of the linemen
of the Southern^ Bell Co.
m A CALF."
"Buck," With a Fine-tooth
*s for Onr Readers.
Are Not Personals at All.
and some of the colored population
for which about five of
them appeared before the Mayor
and received their reward
which was $10 or twenty. Old
booze was the cause of it all.
Mr. Grace Sanders of Liberty,
has accepted a position as clerk
for Mr. White at the Alice Mills
li. J. Smith of Kashiv, was in
the city Sunday to sou lis
brother Mr. J. P. Smith.
Mr. J. It. Ashmoj'i., a ))opular
real estate man of Pickens was
seen on our streets Monday.
Gov. M. F. Ansel was in the
city this week.
Mr. J. P. Glenn is confined to
his room with grip.
80 Buck bids farewell to all
candidates who 00 not uetin the
second race. Buck..
The factory inspectors and
commissioners of labor from all
over the United States, who
have spent several days i
Hondersonville, will journey to
Columbia, via, Greenville,
at the country club.
Foley Kidney I'll).
Tonic in quality ami action, i|iiic*lc in
results. For backache, hea i m'Iio, ?Ii/.zmrss,
ncrvousiK ss nriiuiry imxulnntiff
I i. u .. . : 11 C v
lyoliuii j 11111 uwiifih "i i>rv\
York state arc iji Oran^eburu
county looking over some lands
with the view of buying to raise
cotton for their mills.
The ItdHt Hour ?if I.lfo
is when jou <1 <> some great deed or iliscover
some wonderful fuels, 'l'hin hunt
came to J. K, Pi it, of Ifockv Alt. N. < .
when he was suffering lntens'.-l), ;us he
says "from the worst cold 1 evn had, 1
then Droved to mv crreaL Hiitisl'nei ini?.
what a wonderfe! Cohuaml Cough curt
Dr. King's New IJincovtry is. For, after
taking- one bottle, I wan entirely cured.
You can't say anything too f?ood of u
medicine like tlmt." It* the surest and
bent remedy for diseased lungs, llemor
rbagef., LaQrippe, Asthma, Hay Fever?
and Throat or Lung Trouble. fiOc. $1.0 >
Trial Ixjttle free. Guaranteed by al
Rhodo Coker, a negro womai
of Winsboro is a heroine. Shi
rnsrnurl sin ntrftfl rnlnr<>il nmn
deaf and blind, from off th<
railroad track just as a fast pas
senger train was approaching
at the risk of her own life.
i / '->n , /?$ 30? irtk 1 imm
(II: . ii.) Cares Thrnuyii Vbe Blood
??Kaoi! Poison, ^
/?$0 80? WINS, CAN- J^L
re '? ?L!I, SCALY SKIN,
t^F/} VlSri.ES, Iffeji/
R h c ii m a t1 s m, Ecze 111a
B.B. 1$. (Botanic Blood Blood) is tt
only Blood Remedy that kills the poise
in tlu" blood and then purines it?sent
inir a flood of puro, ricli blood direct i
tin* skin surface, bones, joints, an
wherever the disease is located. In tit
way all sores, ulcers, pimples, eruptioi
are healed and cured, pains and acln
of Rheumatism cease, swelling* subsid
II. B. B. completely changes the hoc
into a clean healthy condition, ?nvir
the skin the rich, red hue of perfe
health. B. B. B. cures tho woist o
cases. Trv it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM B B
pleasant (in<l flare to take; comnoscd or pn
liotAnic ingredients. It purifies nnd on rich
the blood . li. H. It. strengthens tlio norv
and I>uII<1h up the broken down system. J)ru
gists tl.00 PBK LAftOK HOTTbB wllh dlr
tloim for homo euro.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
! Hazel, S. C. Aug. 29, 1910.
I will try to <jjive your man;
readers a few dots from this lit
tie quiet spot of the country.
L Health is fairly good at thi
? Mrs. W. A. Davis' health i
Ben T. Winchester is mud
improved in health, lie is abl
to he Out again.
Crops are very good considei
ing the wav thev looked som
itiinc ago. though wo think tha
11 lie present dry weather is < lit
linn 1 hem some.
Small jjraiu w.is very i?ood.
The count . eandidal-e speak
| inK at Antiorh on the tilth wa
j very noiutrd, though quirt. 'I'll
; attendance was small. Hut a
! listened with rapt attention.
Mr. M. 1). Cantrel! has treal
( (1 hinisHf and familv to ;i ni?'
now top huggv.
A. T. Wiivchrster has bong)
I a canning outfit and is no>
j ready to can your fruit.
I So I will ring off.
Card of Thanks.
1 wish to return my hear!
felt thanks to the many genet
ous friends who stood bv 11
with such unwearying kindnes
1 during the time that my den
i wire was called upon to suttt
before entering "upon the re*
prepared for the children <
God." and crossed to the "beai
tiful home over there." Seldoi
have any in need of sympath
and the most devoted fiiem
[ship, received so lull a measui
of th<- best fruits of 111 hnnia
. I heart-. From lift to Inst i! w;i
j one unceasin:: routine kin<
ness ami attention and t ii
nlooni of death "was conquere
J by the warm radienr??of tli
love bestowed upon my <lo;i
I wife who has yone before. A
that human power rould do t
| alleviate suffering and mitigat
sorrow was <lone. Nothing tha
skill could suggest and or lov
. could supply was wanting an
the altar of friendship was eve
laden with its holiest insenst
1 j May the bread they so genei
| ously east upon the waters r<
. | turn to them after many da>
. | and he who "tempers the win
i j to the shorn lamb" protect thei
j from all harm and long shlol
them from the sorrow, sicklies
1 and death incident to human
" ty; and when they < mie, i
' come they must to one and a
may they be sustained and cor
forted by friends as noble, tee
" erous and devoted. More, v
1.1 i - - . 1 - V A I - - ? . -
j t (III HI JlhK IOI lIH'lli; IllOl
friendship could no! tciv??.
lien. 1*'. Parsons.
Mrne A I'lcll
S. W. Jit-ml.-, t 'i Im till ily, A In . sr?ys
| Hln ck a |>.*?("<*> ? mine of ln- ilili in I
Kiiiu:h Ni -\\ Lift1 IMIs for il.i-v < 11
him of I.lv(>r iiinl Knltu-y Trouble nfi
l'-i of i They an* 11 b
pills on earth for l'on?iipation. Malar
i i )v sti 'i i .in I >' )>i I i t \
j | nil I)rn^nists
J. E. IJOGGH W. K. FIXDL
?.i BOGGS & FINDLEY
,?i Pickens, S. C.
is Ollice ovor I'iekous bank.
PR iii. i ... i
?; Cattle Hall
S Pickens Lodge 1^0. 12
hi _ _
re Stated convention 8:30 i>. ni? Mow
ies evening after the ltd and Ud Sunday.
Work ahead for all the llntik*.
eo All vinltora cordially invited.
By order of
u moo UK. c,
ir Cards of cnndidatos for the various offices,
' from Coronor to ConRreBBman, will he Inserted
In this column from now until the primary
" election for the Bunt of $T>.00, each, cash-wlthorder.
g For ftupervlaor.
At the solicitation of friends I hereby an
hit iiijBon ? uHiHiHitue ror ine oiuce ol miporvixor
nf Pickens County, aubject to the
o action of tho voters in tho Democratic Primary
9 electin. JAMES It. CKA1G.
E. KHANK I.OOI'Klt announces himself as
a canrticnte for re-election to the office of SuU
pcrvisor of l'ickcns County, subject t'> the
action ?>f the democratic primary election.
$100 Reward $100 '
Tin. roiwWa ..f <l.io ..;ll I ?
.... . VI HO |?lV|/CIO " HI Wt*
" p'eased tp learn that there is at leju.t
O one dreaded disease thai science lias
heen able to cute ;n all its stages, "anil
that is Catarrh. Hal'.'s Catarrh Cure is
the only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood ami mucous surfaces of the
system, hereby destroying the (ouudaII
tion of ih<> disease, and giving the patient
strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in domg
it.-, work. The proprietors have
v so much faith in its curative powern tliat
they oib>r One Hundred Dollars for any
I ca?'^h:i' it fails to cure. Send for list
>t te?i imonials. Address:
,v K. .1. t!IIKNEY & CO., Toledo, O.
ttnld i>y Druggists. 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
The little son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. F. Gilstrap died on Aug 19th.
at the age of two months and
s four days. The funeral services
;s were held at Bethlehem the fel1
lowing day. The bereaved famr
ily have the sympathy of their
^ many friends.
>t "n1!, ..... ~
j neiu ir> (t ivnajHji ? nuau iiiimt
l" is Death,
11 And with his sicklo keen
He reaps Die bearded grain at
'' And (lowors that grow be
, "Shall I have naught that b
fair, saith he,
(l Have naught but the beard et
ir My Father hath need of these
II (lowers so sweet.
() 1 will give them all back
,e again." /*/ ??-1 ^
i,t "So mother gave in tears and
(j Tho flowers she most <li<l lov<?.
n She knew she would find hei
r In the land of light above.
rs T. B. Higgins of Easley is Held Up.
d Greenville, Aug. HO.?Wore
n reached here tonight from Eas
Id ley of tho hold lip of T. 1?. Hig
s, gins, day operator for the South
ii- orn railway at that, point tun
is organizer for the Order of Rail
II. way Telegraphers. It, is under
n- stood that Mr. Higgins had ;
11- considerable sum of' money 01
ye his person, and from meagre ac
e, counts received he was rough!
treated l>v his assailant whon
he identified as a negro. Severn
of Mr. Higgins' teeth wer
h. l knocked out and one of his eye
)r is said to he out, ,
He was in Cornelia, a snia
, town across the Georgia liiu
ijj. and had jhst organized the ()i
?? dcr of Railway Telegraphers n
that place, lie was on his wa
I i to the stat ion when he was hoi
IS up by a highwayman and rol
KY A posse is now hunting th
negro and several of Mr. IIif
gins1 brothers have gone to a
sist ill the search. Jlc is a n<
tive of Kasley and is a niarric
.< :?I. ,-i> I.I.
_ j ' ???-?
It was reported at 11 o cloc
that Higgins is in a dying <'oi
jo dition. His wife Iftis been sun
Dr. T. A. Seawright,
Pickens, So'iith olins
Thy Pick* MIS TIm*<
Co. have just ojxmhmI i
!u a new, clean, fresh >
AAMX Vi 11 lii Via JL1U U I J ULli
Visit our store aucl we will <
you MORE GOODS for LKSS
ANYWHERK, and remember th
All we ask of you is to give
I lighest prices paid for Co
liggs, Hams, and anything else >
And don't forget that we h
i Wo invito comparative
? i i
' doesn't, show a better
er penetration we will
of a box.
Training Nurses. Free Scholarships.
The Philadelphia .School for
1 Nurses. '221!) Chestnut Street, ^
Philadelphia, announces that '
, enrollment for the Pall classes
will shortly he^in. This insti-j,
. tut ion is recognized and endors-it
J ed hy leading physicians every-,t
I wliere Freescholarships in the "
Two year Course are available
and provide room, board, laund.
oring, incidental expenses and r
railroad fare home on comple
tion of the Course. A Home 7
Study Course and a resident
Short Course are also provided.
The School provides full in*
struction under safe and wholesome
conditions and opens the v
way to almost immediately fi- 'j
nancial betterment for those 1
) who need to increase their lf
earning power. 1
A special Short Course Class
ivtwtno ?"*f Vi 'I'h iu /?! *1 oo !
l/|?Ulin i fjvti, -l i i ii' * it tog
11 is formed at the request of leading
physicians wlio are anxiv
ous that some provision he
11 made to meet the increasing doI
i mand for nurses in all sections.
| This is an opening which will
s he appreciated hy those who
need to <111i<'k 1 y prepare tlieni
selves lor sell support and nurs
'' in^ duty. An illustrated 1111111her
of the School Bulletin,
1 which is sent free t<> interested
persons, giving all the details.
)- j IjIThOii I'iiiikiii \ ChiimI
has Ii;i< 1 one flightful dra\vbaek-m;tlnJ
ria troubh-ilmt litis brought suH'cring
I ami death to thousand^. The germs
I ciiiiM' chills. jft'VtT and ague, biliousness,
jaundice, lassitude, weakness and genel
in I debility. Hut electric Hitters never
,(l fail to destroy th-Mn and cure malaria
(rouble?. "Three bottlea^'completely
cured me of a very aevare attack of
lv VV... A I,.11
Lucatna, N. O.. and I've ad i| ^
' and Kidney Troubles, and prevent Typhoid,
50fl. Guaranteed by ail I)ruggiHtft.
Authorities in Florence will
experiment with the plating of
^ oil oil thfvktreetn to lav tnle dnat.
A plant. Us in
1 ware and Grocery
i}) :im<! arc getting
i Fancy Groceries.
:onvince you that we will oive
> MONEY than you can find
at tne stock is
us a trial order.
untry Produce, Chickens, and
/on have to sell.
andle the. famniK npw
3 tests. I four shells
pattern and a deepmake
yon a present
ait Grocery Ci
Tlie.v HnveA IH-linito I'tirpone
Foley Kidney l'ills k'v<' quick relief in
jise of kidney ami blunder ailments*
Irs lin.se (ilaser Terre Ilann-, Ind.,
lis the result in her case. "After sufuring
l'or many years fom a serious
ase of kidney trouble and spending
uueh money for so culled unres. 1 found
:oley Kidney Pills the only medicine
luit gave mu a permanent cure. I am
gain able to l?' up and attend to my
vork. I shall never hesitate to recomlend
them." Sold by nil Druggists.
lailway Mail Clerks Wanted
he Government pays Railway Mai
Clerks $800 to $1,200. and other
Employees up to $2,500 annually.
Unc o .Sam will hold ?p.i k exatninaions
throughout the country for liailv
iv Mail Clerks. Custom House dorka
nui other Government Positions,
fhousands of appointments will be
mule. Any man or woman over 18, r.
itr or country can get instriu tion and
ree information by writing at once to
bireau of Instruction. 108 llamlir
Uiililinjr, Rochester, N, V.
Thousands Have Kidney
Trouble and foyer Suspect ft
Uov To Find Oat.
Fill a bottle or commo: glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-foar hours;
a i ! f a '""iek dustsedi'-7?5-'
,0 inent, or settling,
r? - j ? ^" - "I /
times during the night. The mild and
immediate effect i>f Swamp-Root is
soon realized. *t stands the highest because
of its remarkable *
health restoring properties.
If you need a
medicine you should |S2^!!i8 52ES2s3
have the best. Sold by
druggists in fiftv-ccnt.
and one-dollar sizes. ) ~7ioiiTTThVlnYr^T
You "iay have a sample bottle sent free
bymail. Address Dr. Kilmer
haniton. K. Y. Meu^wg||MjMgM|
Ul/V J \ X \ indicates an un5lI
\\f fi vJ/ jy l",M ?* the kidrjgH
\\J If) fT^Trt^i "eys; too fre'vr
C V -K *|iicifi desire to
the back are also s> mptoms that tell you
the kidneys and bladd r are out of order
and need attention.
What To Do.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
fowaiup-Koot, tne prc-.n Kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every wish in correcting
rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys,
liver, bladder ainl every part ot the urinary
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
heer, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity
of being compelled to j^o often
thrnnali tHo il.'iv nnd to trot in* ttmPv