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PRCKENS, S. 0.:
THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911.
WM. J. BRYAN has been tour
ing South Carolina. He spoke
last week at Abbeville, Belton
and Laurens. Col. Bryan op
Poses Harmon foi' the Presiden
WTUl this paper favors Wil
son for president, we are of t he
opinion that the nomimation of
Harmon and Wilson would
spell success for the Democrats.
Tife politicians, though will
slate the ticket to suit them
selves if the people don't watch.
Those Mexican revolutionists
are hard to satisfy. After car
vying on a successful war and
finally forcing Diaz to resign
the presidency, they are now
reported as. wanting to start
another revolution. They are
evidently a bloodthirsty set and
fight more for the lore of it
than they do for the principle
Some of the plrea1chers inl the
big cities find it necessary to
use all sorts of schemilles and de
vices to get people out to their
services. For instance, an At
lanta min ister mmnounced that
le would speak of a family
scandal in his church, and after
rhrawing a large crowd to hea
him, began his sermon by tell.
iig l them t.he story of Adam
Baltimlore, Denver, Chicvago,
St. Louis, Bloston and Bufilk
are ail in the field for the Dem.
oeratic national convention of
1912. There has been some talk
of Atlanta making an effort.(
get it, but no dlefinite steps aW
been taken in that (1ie.tion,
It would be fitting Cat thi
grand . gatherine f6f Dlem
cratic hosts ) 'held in som
JAk'skAl great Kentuckian
s-tands8 litAIle chance of eve
reacinig t he goa of h i iis aminh
tion, the ipresidency, bu lhe wi1l
con mtim- 1to* exercise a tot enti a
infuecein the (coun cils of hi
party, anid inl all probabtility wvil
be one of thie commflandinig fig~
ure a.'S(t the nexti natlionia I )emnno
(iratic convention. (Col. Bryal
is one of the brainijest pubdi,
iveel in the contrV, anid als al
orator hlas . ew egnas und il4
"Ullerolr. er Companie
are d aI the rage now. The lates
th inig is a m ovemient to develoi
.Iorse (Cove, inl Nort'ih Cia rol ina
Tholse Ibhid the4 schmeme arn
Earle. A\ ndenr:-on: J. R. E'arle
an(I olin ers. The idea is to) niak
an ideal sunmnmer resort, b)
b)uildling a lake coveinig 40(
.ac of land and the erect ion of
a hotel. WVonder w hen hie spir.
it of enterprise will hit some
0o(1 llotato Hill, T1urkey (Cock,
Browvn's Mionnin f or (een ohl(
( Iassy, into a umia n if i cent. sum.
Tiheie is Ii kelyv to he a red-hIot
'ight over the prohibition pues
buin at t hte coiming session1 of tlhe
Georgia legislature. Thei local
op) tnists 01 the state are qui
etly organig for a campaign
before the general assembly,
and the liquor imeni, it is said1,
will intodnee a local option bill,
while, on the other hand, the
anti-saloon peoile are preparing
to ask the legislature for the
repeal of the near-beer lawv, a
bill to regulate locker clubs more
rigidly and change the word
intoxicating" to "alcoholic"
in the . ribition act. It ap
pears thtneither Bide is satis
ied wit th0esent status and
ahad4 stru~l 14tw he
A Oqod %00stion.
At the Januairi rm of eourt
the presiding . J.udge, in- his
charge to the grand jury, gave
somo mighty good advice. This
judge'd long suit was education,
and he believed that' every tax
payer ought to'get full value for
the money he contributed to the
public schools and that every
child of school age ought to be
getting an education.
From the remarks of tie
judge, the grand jury organized
themselves into committees al(
visited each school in the coun
ty. At the recent term of court
the grand jury made a report
vhich we published last week,
in which they hit the bull's eye,
This suggestion and recoi
mendation should be acted upor
by eyery school in the county
Especially should the ex
ample set by the Central schoo
be followed by all the schools
and the patrons especially of th<
graded schools, should see thal
the trustees embody this chang
next session. The noon how
should be taken up in furnishing
food and nourishment to tl
b-dy of the child rather than t(
the development of a good bal)
player, or a running broad.
Too many teachers look mor<
to Vetting away from the schoo
building and to drawing theii
salaries than they do to the de
velopniont of the mind and bod,
of their pupils.
Prof. W. M. McCaslan Dead.
Prof. Vin. Miller McCaslan
MI "r'stwhile citizen alld teachel
of his town, died at his holm
inl Clinton, S. C., onl the 13t1
inst.. of heart trolhle.
III the fall ot 1880 Prm)f. Mc
Caslan/edie to Plickens, at th
suggtion of Rev. S. P. H-. Ell
lf, pastor of the Pickem
lethodist church, al(d others,
who wished a good school al
this place. Mr. James K. Kirk
sey was one of the trustees al
the time, and used his influenc
for a good school, the fruits ol
his influence being consuinat
(d inl the erection of the P ied
monlt Institite, the buiildin;
1eiIg now occupid by 1Ion
Jamies P.* Carey as a re"
SI r. Mlc(Jaelan e'stalishe~d thi
i P;(idmiont Inistitute, and wasa
1. the head of thIiis inistitutioI n not
i1887, wheni reverses overtoo
- thet col lege, and( Mr, McCasi a
. wvas 00'ered the. priesidlency (
1I thie Inr iiensill e Female (Co
lIege, wvhich position he hel 1r
1a niiher (of vears.
lHe was~I bon in Ahhevil!
Counmty March 19t, 18:38, and dit
at (linton, ,June 1.8, 1911, mail
ing him upward o f 78 years
Hie graduated at Erskine~ di
lege in 18!57, andic taught i
lEd(1ef'ield co)unty, at D~orn
G4old M\i ne, until the war oiper
ed, leav"ing them school rom t
enter Co. K, 15th 8. C. Reg.
Kersh aw's Br'igalde, w"here ht
seved1 with hoinor anid d1ie
in .July, 1865, he was miarriec
to Miss Seppie Jordan, oif A\ h
ville, of wvhichn union there am
five living daughtiers.
After the war he followed th
to PIc'(ken-', inl theii fall of .1880, a
wvh -re lnhinpt inl someQ mlilht'
ouid work tr'ainin'g thme 11nind:
01 young menci an ma1ilfidens
H Ie w as a Presby terian, a 'ont
istent nmmbier of his churtch
and fori 46 yeadrs a ru ling eldle
Those who camie in contaci
wit~h hinm, and especially thos4
who went to school to him, wvil]
learn with genuine sorrowv of
Hie was a good teacher and a
fast friend, and delighted at th(
advancement his pupils made in:
the business world.
Surely, a good man has gtone
to his reward,
Gpood beart, brave soiul, noble
Chriatian soldier. farewall,~
Sores, Skin Diseases
and Other Symptoms of
T ke Dikes e's od :ud kin
Remedy. % W-; e\NY..thl t
ce a rucmim.w I o0 ., a...\V
humdreds olf bloo i nilj o
oltr helv . p . , .B- Li-, ks
lhe btst,. (k li" i A fi 4 'il lo w d
by the 1110 ' st I. .)(I sat
:06 an ! ; . e 1wh . , uil p ol -s .Is.
nl :it : :l~i I -kIt a '' e- - . aIft ni l
hoiauaa' t o'f 11111t9it La l Mit t
soii lefiltl' a r v ag aI it- -a I tII t i ell ili
ant~ Iis tr niare no tl tail Sn, 111
femtt is of iinirveblt,,-l t w-1 %t:. Pone
hit s 1ai.1 R d h111 It$ WM1. t lte.i f
Pickens, S. ,n
Com- in and hear the
vou have seen advertised so
extensively as "the most
wondecrful innSi Cal instru
inent the world1 has evecr
Y'ou can't 'know hiow -w onder
ful it really is until yos hear it
Whly not stop in today?
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f1- l i real i ' t you ha r t.
bii r - ns w- i ll
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(a. . G.) Cures Through the Blood
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blood 'n.1 be tiurih - " -- -'-....
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- kInI suitrf a ce .bIonIes. .
- ve'r the diswe is b ' I I '
all Siores. utleers. pimies er -''.
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* .h.com1) h- l y~ I 'hatWs t.I'he bnd.)
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S-i t Ow vit'l. re.'A 111i of p'er'.-t
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p& . . 1 ti.- 1 :4 . . - .. p !- r i of ire
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the b 1:.u s..i's n tit.', er e
it b . to I Iu se t .i ,t -I :-I.'. ' .
pikts $ . ' N i ;i , 4' %''. . x b -10
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s now'~~. fll of
$2 oo the y ard1 Silk-anything
y ' Make-Up" (except a hat)4
my Prices SHALL BE. THE
ed to show you our Goods and
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r' Less Mney"
Greenville, 5. C
Strictly one price
'Your Money Back if You arL
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!ET'W' ORKE not Satisfied,
FOR THAT KE OF
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottiina ork,
R. L. Davis Proprietor
Quite a Number of First
Ar ie g(oing ~ al i sidcldrssin 1tL hilP
cop0~s wvith oulir 8-44, so th at whler:
it rainHs1 tevetilze w Z ill be in th(
groun~d ready to1 benefi1t the crop
Th tertiili zer wil not leach 0ou.
these falne 'to ' . hi'a ve he ifertili
zer' ini 1 e go roun~ d reaid y for th
rauin. I; is th fi tarmeors wvho loo*
ahiead(I and( ke tune 1 by the)V for ? ieloci
Wil) i. K'. V(pS inl the unUmiSRR
R1l e a y o d e i g
fnderson Phosphate & Oil Co
ANDERSON, S. C.
The Pickenis Pressing Club.
I am still at the same old stand and prepared to d
first-class work on gentlemen's suits, Ladies' skirts ani
coat suits, kid gloves, gent's hats and also new bands 0
gent's hats, see the
at Pickens Pressing Club Man
aany time. Prices are reasonable. All work, guaranteed.
Give -me a trial.
H. H. HALLUM. Proprietor
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