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Idvert.ismnw Rama oReasonable I
BAbscrIption Urlce One Dollar a Year
Utered at PIoOMe FostofMoe as feoond Olaus
-PICIENS, S. C.:
TiRBDA'LeAUGUST 31 911.
Indiana A&ventists. 'vo .this
old world but five fars, or little
more, to gontit e. Now would
ibetageod ti: see about ithat
life insur cc policy.
M or Belle ;ieynolds is said
dAc'be ithe only woman in the
country holding;.a military omli
cer's commission. She now lives
.at Santa Barbara, Cal., and she
received her commission in Ilii
moostf-romoy:ates for heroisa
,at the battle of Sh.ah, She re-,
cently attended the 50th anni
versary of her regiment, the
Charlestn and Savannah
and all the coast country be
1wom areiin bad cordition. A
storm hit tht.ii Sunday7 and did
conside'rable Aamage. Charles
ton was the .worst hu-t, seven
persons; being killed and drowi
ed and f rom -one to one and a
half 'nlfion dollars danage be
ing done. The wind traveled at
95 miles aon how and lhe tide
rose over eight feet. It i the
worst stomu since 1885. G-- on
the exctitr.sion newet x.veek to ,one
of these places and see what
Thiel ar1 mnany pe(ol in thi.;
conunun1111111itv, says' the O)ranigc
bir Deiocrat, who Were onCe
bitter opponents of Senator Till-.
man, wfho are now his friends
al would regret to see him
leave the senate. On his -recent
visit to Orangeburg, Scnator
m was called on by about
as many old-time .antl-Tillman
ites as Tillmanites, which shows
. how he stands now with those
who ,used to oppose him. With
-few exceptions every one wants
Senator '.iillman re-elected.
The Democratic party in the
comning national campaign ex
pects to devote especial attention
to Wvisconsin, which has been
regar'ded as safely Republican
for man y years past. The D~em
oerats no w a re in clined t a look at
it as doubt ful state. As a 1basis
for this view promninent Detm.
ert point to the Republdicanm
situation and afiirmn that. the
light b~etw~een TafIt andi I 4a Pt -
let te supporters will bte so iimeu.Ise
and1( s) )poduciti~ve of hit i(1ruQ
that Wisconsin can well bie
claimued as doubt1) fu1.
it is very well fo tiIhe f I ow~
with the sanctimonious looik,
glib tongue and an aXe to grind
to imiiportunme thle pubilc to
put moniey into his great
schtmeis, undi~er t' promiise of'
large( dIividenids. But can he
alIwayvs make goode Mostly, al
ways, the "grea(t dividends"' are
taken up in "salaries and ex
penses," and that is all there is
to it. H le h as furthered his aim,
andl( you enn "'go to Guinea."
Seemis to us5 thiat stome i of our
readers have hati someit such cx
periences in the past.
We have been told1 bv c..r
tain parties in this town that.
our ut teranices through t his pa-.
pt'.r were antagonistic to the best
initerests of Pickens. These
samte peop'tle hav neicver (consult1 -
etl us as to what to say or what
to leave out, they have never
item. I)r req uiested us to publhIish
anyt hing unless it was of po'en- I
11iary' benefit to themi, but we
have execised~ our .judgment
and p)ublished w~hat we (fremled
good for1 the town antd for' the
biest initerest of the peole of the I
county at large, so they want a
a medium to get before the pe00- C
plc to counteract Our efforts. '
')he people are wilse in this (lay t
and generation and do not take ~
hold of every slick nronbsition
It never did pay to start up
pposition just, to put the other
ollow out of business. ./
Mainerhas had sta ide pro
ilbition ,since J statutory
rom 184 tnd constitu
tonal abne 1884.
Gov. John Burke, who is con- e.
>Ieting biW third term as chief
xeutive vof North Dakota, has
riven his tfriends to .understand
hat when he quits -the govern
)rship he will retire to private a
ife and esae the practice of a
aw. Gov. Burkeis-regarded as e
>n- of the .most able and suc- e
oessful leaders :the Ii@emocratic
party in the Northwes ihas pro
duced in years, and it was the
hope of his polibical .folowers
that he wouti become a candi
date for the U. .. senate-or house
of representatives after :the ex
piration of his t erm as governor.
Vain Regrets. I
It is a pity our fore3ights are"
mat as good as our hindsights.
If .they were many mistakes
would be avoided.
We see that Mr. Patterson has I
gone North again in the interest I
of his road from Anderson to I
Easley; and, according to the
artick we reproduce from the
Daily AMail, there are hopes of I
him gedting the project through.
It is ump to the people of Pick
ens, if they want to progress, to I
change their ideas, and get in I
touch witJh him, or get in touch
with the poople who are behind
the projecoUf a road from Ruth
erfordton to Dra.'kes; or better
still, Connect up with Col. S. A.
Jones' Tranif (ciontinental Rail
road, and try to swing it, or a
prong of it, thmough this state.
Railroad projects are all about
us;, and sonie morning the busi
no(s people of Pickenf; will wake
up to find they are not on the
map at all-but they needn't
blanw this paper as the cause of
In Memor !am.
Died, August 13, 1911, of con
sum ption, Mrs. Catherine Maul
dlin, aged 60 years.
Wenev'er knwv the love of,
Until shde from us is ta ken:
She is baskinug ini the iromises
Of the new-hornm Savior rijsen,
Thei~ Lord shall h e her shep
W\it hi stree&ts of1 alittC'rin~ :-rold:
She lias wea'lth 1up ini that madn
oile butV the pure 'm henr
Wem ar trying iliere& to mieet heri
[~ in Iusionls bi'ight alnd fair.
Ohl! wVon't it be sweet grieting
W\i tIi.h ri.t for' evermor e!
The Origin of the Dollar.
The wvord "dollar" was in ouri
language at least 300o years ago,
for it is used hy Shakspeare sev
It is snppo'sCed that t he word
was in use ini iondon in the lat
ter part of th 11th cnenitury,I
having been~i brought in by the
niorth Gi(ermnan mierchant s, who
mlanaged1 the trade1i onl the Haltic
"Dll ar" appi'iered form . he iirst
timie in ani Eniglish dlictionary inl
the rear I745.
It is a horred word, being
1he ilmie-horuored (erniall ''tha
T'he coins issueind by the mint
ni Joachimsthal were called
When Other mints were estab
ished, the "Joachinms' was e
l1ropp~ed, and the coins were
TIhe dlollar' wafs ad1opted( by
ongress as the unit of our eur
ency on August 5, 1785.
it was to contain 375.6i4 grains
f pure silver: but11 when the
it wvas established In 1792, i
he requirement was reduced to '
71.25 grains of pure silver. m
Thue coinage* of dollars beganu d
Every pair of glasses manu
ktured for "stock" and sold in
ie various retail establishments
the country ae' made with
as exactly alike. We have
camined thousands of eyes and
awe seldom found two eyes ex
otiy alike in the same head.
4oes it stand to reason that the
lasses selected from a "stock"
boe would prove as satisfactory
s those we fit to the needs of
ach eye? It does not pay to
xpeminient with your eyesight;
is too valuable a possession,
nd should have the most care
ul attention. What we at
empt is done correctly and
Our motto, "You satisfied or
rour money back," has built up
or us the largest business in
he state. To our out-of-town
matients in a radius of 50 miles
)f Greenville we allow 10 per
:ent. discount to the extent of
rour rajroad fare one way.
We (10 this that our out-of-town
xatients may have the same ad
-antage as our city patients.
Dr. A. A. Odoi, Consulting
2ptometrist, President of the
.lobe Optical Co.. Masonic e'i
le, 'Phone 9,30, Greenville, S. C,
Pennsylvania las. presvlted a
ynchinsg spectacle to the coun
ry that is horrible beyond de
cription, and one that makes
t Georgia performance pale into
Notice of Election.
'here as. a petitio) from the free
to It ers vt I l ec(,(tr(q.,. of Glasqy 3 lt. Scla (
Jistrict r.umber 32 has been tiled with
le County Board of Education asking
aid Board for permisioi to hold an
,lection to determine wither or not an
,xtra levy of 3 mills shall bie levied on
aid District foi school purposes:
It appearing to the (ountv B.oard of
L-ducation that the petition meets the
rcquirments of the law.
Therefore it i% hereby ordered that the
rrustees of the a or.' uInmed District, do
101d an election in above named Dis.
riet fonr the above st-tad purpose, the
b-ctorion to be held at Gl kpny M .ut ain
chioohlhous on be-p. 2 1t1l
The T1rtute- s of the ahove r natmed Dtw
rict are hereby aippoint'(d Aanagers of
aidl elettion. The elect ion to he h'.ld
carnling to the ri Euir'emaents of S -.
ion 120s~ of the Scho'ol Iawv.
B'y orair of th'e (ounty B3oand of Edu
ation. It. T1. HIA LLUM,
I 'hm. & Sec.
C.7'iJ, . Nehev Pobt Jd1
it,1son tunade suit to, mei to gr'antthi
etternet' Admisni'strastison writh lhe wvill
Iumexed4. t ol' hlsta'te' and e'kets of ..
Tin--- arei ths'esro. to cite andt adi
I unisI:1 halind 'singlar~; thet kindrsed andts
re'shters of the' said ,J. TI. I Ioason u -
se. I.hat . they be nos. a ipp--ar bef'ore
ne. in. the ( 'nrt of' P'robate, to be behi
it P'itlkeni oni thle 7ths dauy of' Sep.j
911 next, a sfteri pltienti'n htertof, att I'.
i'locik in IheI ioreno. n. to' show can'i-,
f' any they hatve, wh, the saidl adtnisj
I iven undel.r miv hansus this 19 d av '
\nug. A\ nnlo iioi'nii 1911.
J1. 8. Newhlerrv,
J. P. P. c.
N. E. BoOCGS W'. E. FlIDLEY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.
5Othec. over i'jkens ban~sk.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty. 8. C.
'ractie at Cetr, al svert Wedneday s.
mickens Lodge N'o. 123
K. of P.,
Stated convent ion 8:30 p. m,., alonday
venjing after the 1st aind 3d Sunday.
Work ahead for all the Ranks.
All visitors cordially invited.
By ordecr of
.1 L. VA LLEY, C, U.
iM Ii. CiRAI(. K. of Hi. tad 8.
otice to Debtors anH(1 Credlitors.
All p~ersons hohhingL claimis algainlsl the'
tte of t ho late Ivy Clin)tOlln Cann11 on
ceat-sed., must p1rsent thet sanlue d iv'
aven ont or 'hefore tile 15ths thiv .'f
pit. 1911, or 1het debarre'd I aiymIii ean
I persons ind~ebItedl tosaid t te m e -l'
?lki- 1,nlvmenlt onI 0r bvror I iheab
tto to the undersigned.
William (0-monol. tI
Are you in need of a change and are you
going to take a, trip this Summer?
Everyone needs a trip once in a while, it
* freshens you up and prepares you tor better
' Renernher, though, you can't go away
without. a trunk, suit case or bag to carry
* yoprV t(ogs inl.
'We have the: o-i .n <Igreat variety and choice
of C le-, i right to.
Lookin ou~r wvindow.
.E o HScH IL D,
Main & MciBee ANve. Greenville, S. C.
"32 Years Your Clothier."
For' sixty years the standard of the world. O
1stey church and parlor organs cost very
Slitle 1mor le than muost others and last twice as
A "l yours is an Estey you have the B~est." E
Write for catalog.
SJohn H. Williams,
9 radOpera Hlouso Biuildinlg. Greenville, S. 0. 9
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