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if h~o O new and interesting
*~ rae' i~ ~Allman)8 caeg. was eoked'
& to beo 4locurred hore but did
no,' tintalise, .bo'u of the failure
g 41,6 js~yofV to reach noro in tim.
The attorneys represoniIns' tMe Mtat*
4A the 'lrua case, A . heo informted
.,1 SugW*c W%4% th4t Judge Town
tsobj oa to 'tem, a the
1nrealdIn; cicor at the trTal, and. thit
2hoy desire to move foir a revocloaio
J the order appoinltIng Judge Town
lienu and move tbo appointniont of
!1o onW Olse.
Judte TownsenJ war appointed by
.lie ehtet juttivo to presido '4 the Lox.
wtoo err of court o, whIch J. H.
i'Clmzan will be tried, bocartse of Vie
'.nepatolt\r o' the regular judge to py
ideo qu acouunt of illne.
Wa J1u(ge Pope was informod that
auch a Motion w"a destired to .be ma-t
hAo was at his rummo,horme at liiat
.tWJCk, N. 0. Ao1i hearlbg have to
occur in the stat4 amiM he named Spar
Itburg no the 'plaom for the hearing.
"to 't4of Justice oamIe to the c(ity
btut was not mpot -hY any attorney at
all. He retunetd to Flat Rock ye.I
. is not known o1 whtt grounds
taly reaction of the order appoinUng
tldg) Townse4 will be asked. It is
unid that Judge Townsund has alwaya
beet the paymal friend and support,
or of tho 'rilltpans. Colonel P. H. Nel.
Sn, one of Oe attornoire for the de
fenie, h6v been quoitad as saving that
uol a motton will not be opposed
when made, as it is immaterial to
them which judge prosides, all they do
tro being a fMhr ono.
RAILROADS AT WAR.
Southern Will Prevent L. & N. Mak
-+ ing Conneotion.
-Knoxv'ille, Tona, S~ept. 14.-The
0outhorn railway has placed loaded
6ats on numerous side tucks at 011.
var Springs where it is oxpectolI the
I-uisville andi Nashvillo will make an
otOrt to oonect its Coal OTOOk branch
with the Southern, pondihg tle com
plotion of the Louisville and Nash
"lf main lin-e into Knoxville.
The LbuiavIIlo amg Nashville list
.Wech dolivorod a qautlty of ralla,
f'ogs, eto., at Oliver SpriInge at a point
Whero It was believed the connection
:Would be made.
The Southera's ofticials are said to
be deterMnlned to pravent the conneo
tion, in which event the R. Q. Canp
-holla company, of Atlanta.. will be un
able to get its coal shlippod out ('
Ooal Greek until the Louisville aud
Nashville line Is completed, which may
.ble a year or more. The matter will
e tak-eu into the courts, it is said.
SENATOR'S SIRE SLAIN.
Father of Sana.tor'Wmmons of North'
Nowboru, N. 0., Sept. 14-zi-Purnifeld
Q. 91mmona, father of Senator F. .M.
1.mmon , as.. mNuiered Sunday n
LiJa plantation, a few mile, from Pol
*ocksvillo, Jones county.
N-o had boen muissing rint-o Satunrdaiy
muorninag. Senator Simmons, wvho was
in Italoigh, and Senator Simmons' son,
- James, w'ho is a merraant in New
-, iiern, were 'notiflod of that act and
-both wvont promptly to the old home
..toovd to assist in the soarch.
The body was founid nea~r the river.
.>r Simmons had been shot' sevoral
ineos withi a whotgun. Bruises abcult
i'he head inidicated that he also was
Mr. Rimmnons was a quiet, inoffensive
-man about 15 years oiI and was gon
orally esteemed. Trho cause of tI e
minrrder is unknown. A nogr'o namu'd
Dtanieiln has been arrested as tho assas
Aniot her account from Pollcksvi le
says that Mr. Simnnrons w~ts killed by
an uenknown trespassail who was aquir
Tel h-tnting on his land and whom
Mr. Slimmots wollt after when he hoard
the shooting, and that one arrest lias
PATROLMAN SHOT AND I<.LLED.
LIve'ly Fight *WIth -Highwaymen in
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 14.-Patrolman
Schanemuan was shot and killed last
. night by Williat4 S. Thomas, one of
three mnen who held up the Villiards
bar Saturday night.
** Thomas and a comipanion had been
recognlized by Schaeoman en hie beat
os answering the description of the
highwaymen and he called on them to
halit. They took t~o flight ang Thomas
dod.gdit ito -a dark doorwvay, and es
capodI the notice of the p)oliceman. As
$cheom-an passed, p)ursuing the other
man, Thomas fired, the bullet lodging
In the policeman's head. Other o"
cers, attracted by the shiots, hastened
nap, and Thomas was brought down
with a bullet in his back. The other
To Vote on Tank System.
Ocilla, Ga., Sept . 14.-Ordinary
James J1. Leo published the notice of
asI oleotion to be held in Irwin county
on Oct. 5 to determine whether or not
a system of dispensaries shall be oper
ateod in this outnty. Irwin county now
.'has seven saloons aiu one dispensary.
At the recent session of the logiatla
*ture, a bil.l was passd-, priovidiing
for diupqeleadles throughout the ooun
*ty if a majority of the citizens should
vote in favor of the bill. 'Dhe people
*of the entire e-dunty are deeply inter
eetOd in tipp matter~ and it is almoset
ten tire topio of conversation.
*i~ lack Hair
S" I h ave used your H air 'Vigor
for flye years and am greatly
baged wilth It. ' It certainly re.
a es tile original color to gray
Iars tkeeps my hiairsoft."-- rs.
'f tpKilkonny, Now Portland, Me.
[~.yer's Hlair Vigor has
n~eflrestorin color to
~rhair for nfty. years,
~**' it ever fails~ to do
9 yo Cal~ rely upon it
~t'png tour hair
S.u apoen, anda for
nga vrtb; Adinto
W. Ak J.esk'y, 10. Nailey and Lit
BS -:rtue of ait ordel- for foreclosure
' ade In the above 'stated case by the
Elonorable Jaimes Aldrich, PreslIidin
uidg4 on the 15th day of July 1903. 1
vill, eell ou ,-ajesday in -Ootober 1903 in
!ront of the Court House door during
Aemlegni hours for sale the following de
cribed reol estate to wit: . '
All the right title and interet-t that W.
k. Lesley has in that trat t of land lying
med being in State and CousAty' aforesaid
m the war1ors of Grgory . Creek, waters
,f Twelve Milo River. adj-ining lands
f Cartor Durlnm. Gene.ral Kelly, HTa
oud and othere, containing tiree hul
I red (800) acres more o. b-ss and known
is the Benjamin Ellis place , present 'in
.ore3t in said described land is an undi
vided one-Aixth part thereof which wits
.onveyed to IV. A. Lesley by 0. M.
[yich executor of the last will and tes
minent of Greeti Mancil, deceased, on
'he 28th of Dec. 1888, as'ehown by deed
renoidid in book "A" page 216. Terms
f sale rust becom p lied with within an
hour, or the land wil be resold at the
risk of the former purchaser.
Terns Cash. Purchaser to pay for all
papers and for recordiig the same.
e J. H1. 0. loDANIEL, S. P. C.
rine Tract of Land For SIle.
Two hundred and twenty-three
(223) acces lying 6 miles southwest
oif Pickens, U. I. 160 acres in
woodland, finely timbered. Lying
almost level. Every acre can be cul
tivated. 60 acres in cultivation. 2
dwellings on the place. Well water
ed, 2 branches running through farm
Fine pasture. Fine location. Pub
lie roads around and through the
farm. On the maiu Pickens road.
About 25 acres in fine -bottom land.
One line black lead mine the quality
of the lead is fine and other minerals
found in the lead. It has been tes
(ed by minerologist of New York
and pronounced valuable. There is
50 acres in forest if cleared would
make a bale of cotton per aere.
Known as the Chapman place within
one mile of Twelve Mile Camp ground
and joining lands of Tompkins, Mrs.
Attoway and others. The above
land is osned by Sallie M. King.
H. R. A. King,
Tokoena, S. C.
Summons for Relief.
Complaint not served.
STATE OF SOUTH OA1OLINA i
County of Pickens.
Court of Cinunon Pleas.
Doii J. Ross and Hlallie Ross by her
guardian ad lten, Dora J. Ross.
- - Plaintiff.
John D. Ross, Wade HI. Ross, James
R. Ross, Leila May Allbed.. Lizzie How
lin, Maggie Perry and Joshua Ilarker,
To the D)efendants above named:
You are Hereby Summoned and re
(uired to answer the complaint in this
action which is filed in the offie of Cierk
of Court for Pickens county, and ' t
serve a cop)y of your answer to the said
compllaint on the subscriber at his ollice
in Pickcens, South Carol ina, within
twenty (lays after the service hereof, ex
cluisive~ of the day of such service; and
if you fail to answer the-comnplaint with
in the time at~oresnid, the Plaintiff in
this action will apply to the Court for
the relief demean ded in the complaint.
Dated Feby. 3rd, A. D. 1903,
A. J. BO0GGS,
S EIA - - C. C. P.
J. P. CAREY,
To James R. Ross and Leila May All
redl absent defendants:
Take notice that thie complaint and
the summonls of which the forogoing is
a copy were filed in the office of the~
Clerk of Court, Pickens county on the
3rd (lay of Feby. A. D. 1903.
J. P. CAREY,
Sept. 3rd. A. 1). 1903. 60t
Contract to Let.
Will let contract to repair piers at
Hunt's bridge on' Saluda river, on
Sept. 25th, at 12 o'clock.
L. D. Stephiei.s,
Supervisor Pickens Co.
J. E. Speegle,
Supervisor Greeniville Co'.
All persons are hereby warned not
to hunt, fish, cut timber, make roads,
(ravel through, or in any manner
wvhatever trespass in any way upon
any of our lands or any lands in our
control, under p)enalty of the law.
Mrs. Alice Cochran,
WV. A. iBoggs,.
J. W. Smith,
0. M. Watson.
Calhoun, S. 0 , Sep. 10.m1.
Therec will be an examination for
teachers at this place on Friday Sep.
1$. This examination will be the
last (one until the third Friday in
May 1904; Yours truly,
Ri. '1' Hallum,
8sw3, Co. Supt. of Ed.
WA have on our shelves many reme
dies for constipation and biliousness, but
the never-failing, common-sense cure is
found only in Ramon's Liver Pills and
TI4)io Pellets. This Treatment cures by
relieving the cause of thie troulie; the
Pink Pill arouses the liver, while the
Tonic Pollets tone uip the organs and in-.
ntre natuaral and healthiiy conditions.
UJomplete Tireatmeint--two fled icines
25 doses--full directions--only 25 eents'.
Plekenas Drug (Jo.
Sick Headache ?
Food ~doesn't digest well?
Appetite' poor? Bowels
constipated? Tongue coated?
It's your' liver! A yer's Pils
are liver pdlis;"they cure dys
25c. All druggists.
rheliver at 'b geffty stirred S?
the ble wilbe thrown off it( the right
channel; the systen rust beAnylgorated
AND TONIC PBLLETS form the Mild Power Cure
that completely does the work without shock
or injury to any part of the system.
25 doses 25 cents.
- At all dealers.
--FOlt SALE BY
Pickers Drug Co, J. D. Moore, Craig Bros. and Darlo's Drug Store.
Pickens Graded School
... NEXT 8ESSION BEGIN4. I....
Monday, September 7th, 1903.
The school is well organized, well graded. Fourth year under
the same management.
The building has lately been equipped throughout with excellent
The demand for ediated men and women becomes more im
perative each year of tho progressive age in Wihich we live.
Pupils from the county will find Pickons a delightful place to
live among hospitable people. Board at low rates.
For particulars call on, or address,
W. E. bENbT, JUP-T.
is extended to the trading .public to call and see the
line of goods I carry. If either the goods or the pri
ces don't suit you don't have to buy ! !
I want your produce, eggs. chickens, etc., and will pay
the highest market prices for same, either in cash or
trade-Give me a trial and you will never regret it .
Yours for trade,
John F. Harris.
SPECIAL: The best parched and green coflees I can buy.
WE H I N A '.s i..
. Costs Oaly 25 couts at Drgglsts, TETIEAY
Or mail to cost. to C. .9. MQPPETT. M. D~. L iOUl MO.
-R -~ ..Mh T-e Dc W. 4otestrs
c) to ous- ra et ot aafea
wanted an~' Z2h Lubr.
As S. BYERS CO., Atlanta, Ga,
Will pay SPOT CASH for Oak, Pop
lar, Ash or W'alnut. They wvill send a
man to receive the lumber at loading
point. They will pay you the highest
market price. Write 1hem statinrg what
you have in the way o1 H ARDWOODSr
A. S. BY ERS COMPANY, Atlanta, Ga
All Summer and Spring Goods at Cost.
It will pay you to buy now even if you
don't nieedl a suit of Clothes. It's a good
'investfnent. You can't put your money to a
better advantage than to buy a big supply
remember you need clothing next year,
and you have saved at least 30 percent on ' w
your purchase. 2
I have added an up-to-date Merchant
Tailoring Establishment to our business. I
can cut and make a suit for you while you
wait. I carry a large stock of piece goods.
You are bound to get what suits you. '
L. ROT HSCHILD
Oct2tf. . GREENVILLE, S. C.
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH CLEEO HRETN
PENNYROYAL PILLS olIL~~N 7
9100. AlnHo rtuae. sa-es L~k PA.mtfr Idcto adPoaeJu nJl
(Aol.!nwtallv boxt, OUARLESTON.blu, Ubbo
hilon atiI, t~l,~ Ijs i'y'sr ~rgigt, carolina. Enorace eminsm areionsi teld
)~OI~ *~.liiilats a fr ~ahlui.r. ' i t Pckmes fby oy Ser in idn of~
iflO~ii~ilaication andc ProbateleJudge onsJuly
I, etna Mal.Iooeercttnoumama 50(1by which paIy $I00 aL year. For entalo tie,
aI~ii~angate. uddress II A10ISON RA NDOlaiL,
flO MdionHq~ra 'LiRLju ~l8td. President.
...VIRGINiA 00 LLEGE...
CASTO R ItrA fO A uIeI=~maVs
Por Infants an'd Children. N,""" d "',',1imo".*'n'g,,S,"'" ,M? Vs.M,
The Kind You Have Always Bought 'r"' ia'm art,
~~ t~hirty State. (Iertitet. l~h~aly. Io ests
Bears the logue addires
niiature of MATTIE P 1IAIR~is, Pre., Ronn~moke, Va.
- 39 9w8
The Kbid YOu Uuave Always Bought, and which has been.
In use for over 80 years, has borne the signatnre of
t-' I and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its Intancy.
Allowno one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are bul
Experiments that trifle with and endaiger the health ,of
Infants and Ohildren-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla Is , harmless substittute for Castor Oil, Pare
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups,' It is Pleasant. I6
contains neither Opium, Morphine .xor other Narcotle
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worans
and -allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieVes Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Platuleney. It assliniates the Food, regulates- the
Stomach aad Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The M her's Friend.
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
TC15 OTAUR @OMPA"V. V MuRnn" OAESY. 541W WONK *Irv*
McAlister & Beattie,
THE OLDEST, LARGESJ AND BEST
DRY GOODS HOUSE IN THE PIED
MONT SECTION OF .C. : : :
We can supply your wants in anything in the Dry Goods line
from the linest to the cheapest qualities
Our lyeis have just returned from Northern markets and our
countetrs and sliolves are londed down with all the latest Spring
Dress Goods anfi Novelties. In Gents liurnshiiig Goods we have
the mist complete stock in the State at prices that wilt nitonish
Wh1ien in Giwen-iville call and examino our goods ai( got pricer
before' runking your purchasnes. Your minc y back if 3o ar ei not
morei~t than satisfid.
In Car pets, Matiags,Rugsr Scr'.oon, Wiadow Shates, Art Squa res~
antd Mtits we, haIve a complete3 stock.
Thanking our friends anad customers for their I lbOral pat roingo
in the past andl hoping fo merit n continuance of the samo we arQ
McALiSTER, & BIEATTIE.
G Ioc~IevIime, SorrH'F CAitoJtxx.
The Oldest D~ry Goods Firm in Greenville.
T1he Originali West End D~ry Goods Store,
[lHE' TIME IS AT HAND.
Summer Goods Must Make
. Room for Fall Goods.
I am not running a "COST' business but all wash goodla
mnst now go at "'BARGAINS"'
8 and to cent Light colored Percalls at ..6c.
Figured Dimity at. .......... .. .. 6c.
A Good Quality of Colored Lawns at . , 5c.
% off on Ladies and Misses Oxfords.
White Goods-Mercerized and Lace Effects at
34% per cent off.
These p:rices are madec to round up Summer business and
ill remain as long as goods last, All goods marked down
and 33 per ccnt.
A. K. PA RK,
Vest End- (IRIEENVILLE, M-. (.~
A Look In.
-- One minute of your time to hoar uur story.
Pickene. S. C.,
are prepred t et the..ofi We make nc sh od offerings. Wore rest
dent sales agents for the
Vou know and everybody else knows there is nothing superior to it. It's the line that
be afraidw haven't gdi ou style Sidbn er rnak s about everytint on wheels
to get it and get it quick. nd it will be cl ight whesn It cno ckmes.reae
Takg'a Leek in and Let Vs Show You.
. S. lit has tnhe Sruehat er n rato apen it. it's your guarantee to a por
p st. is a guarantee.
Coiled up In that
One Little Word
Is the magnet that draws the crowds. -Whether
you live 1o, 20 or 50 miles it will Play you to
come to Sturdivant's.BIG BEE HIVE for your
Winter dress goods, Shoes, Hats and Clothing.
H. K. Sturdivant Co.
BIG BrE HIVE
-/ An Oxford Feast.
800 tairs Womens .Dongola Oxfords at 49c.
~Big lut of Ladies Kid Oxfords mi all styles8 anad toes at 89c.
Every -paii- of Zeiglers Oxfordsi ini the house will go at cost.
SAll bIen's Ovfords including Crussets-Packaad & Field and sover
al other hines will be closed out at and below cost.
Big Line of Summer Pants.
1 Lot Men's all wool summer weight Paints asr'd( patterns tI8C.
1 Tot medium weight dress pants worth $2.00 to *1.24.
Every strawv hat in the house will be sold at exactly half prico.
Trho largest line in the city to pick fro.n at a cut prico.
1 lot Steol Rod Parasols 39c
1 " " " Umbiellaus 48e arnd in, up to $1.98.'at.a cut
Our stock of wash goods will be slaughtered. We meau to,
clean out everything bbforeo our fall goodsgarrivo. You ..can't
afford to miss it.
The Little b9eeuH ive."
106 N. Main Street. Greenville, S. C.
' THE LINE FOR BUSINESS,
4~I~jumm ~ THE LINE F OR PLEASURE,
ES THE LINE FOR ALL THE BEST
Complete Stsumer Resort Folder
~Mailed Free to Any Addresa.
Pao . Trafc c4gr. 'cV r /KODI, Asc4 oera(P. Art.
a.But when ina need of anything in our line give us a
41 We have always on hand a full supply of Fresh
- Groceries at Lowest Prices. Our Spring Dry Goods
are nowv arriving. Will tell you about them later, but
call and see them when in town.
Our Notion IDepartmient is full of Bargains. Our, motto
s "the same goods for less money, more and lectter goods for
the same money." Yours for trade,
WYATT & GRIFFIN7
,'~,,;EASLEY, S. C.j