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PICK1ENS, S. C.
1Wdnesty, 1)(c. %2, 1903.
Nor, is Items.
It appears that locals from our
hustlhug little side track town are
rathcr scarce, but bog pardon; thanks,
we are all still living and qldto well.
We regret to state that two of our
best citizens with their families ar1o
soon to imigrato to the far ivest--D.
Garvin Parsons an( D. '. Miontgom
ory; are both reliable, respectable,
live and onergotio citizens and a 1os9
to our comilluiiity hlit of course wo
do not moan to conisure them b) any
11101n4, but it appears Ito us a fally
for men who have Spent the majority
of their yeari allotted to man1111 and
thenll (1 up and lor ve to try their
fortuno inl -lio west -but aini as
on f( t he gentlemon exllresse-d him.
self for t1e benefit, of his children, so
it may be well. Mr. J.arsonis expects
to go to northeast Tex is an. I Mr.
Montgomery to northwost Arkansas.
BRst wishes to yon gentlemen.
.lake Garrett has purchased the
farm, ginnery Ind grist mill bolong
ing to D. G. Parsons. We welcomo
Mr. Garrett to 0111' coimI unity, spec
ially when we ruiinber he offored,
or rather pludgod himseltf to suppl .
mleit the public slio >I Funds in his
district by giving onw half as much
a-., ill the patrons of thw school %nhich
was 0110 hundred I1lltna. Thoso
kind of 111011 count ill any c)mmunity.
Welcome to you again Mr. G .rrt.
We would not forget to slato that
Considorable impljrovelen 1.s have re
ce.ly13' been iimndo ol 01n school
bulilding, (e1ouhi so that the dear
children will hail withl dlight the
comilg of arctic weather, for we are
prepared. Our school opened Monl
day morning with J. P. Donidy a
principal and Miss Nita Clayton 119
IIssistaint, and aniothtier successfil
terml is anticipated.
Crops are about gathered and
w\hile the production is off som1 it
mnakels the farmors elerful when
marktLting their cotton for olovou
There atro matiny visit or s comit inkg
and)( goinig but, we hiavun't timoe to1
register them l. p resenti , al so tranll
81ient men01, bu12t theiy are 1.ompel ~ led to
go to (Cateechee for lodgiug.
On WVednesday t he 25th inst. a Mr n.
. Holler wvhile reading a ne'vspaper inl
the meat mariiket nit Cate(cchIoo drop
podl dead1..' If was' a'. 1stonio ma Isoni
andl was1 <leing wvonk onl tihe dlam at
Norris Cottonl Mill. Ilis faimily lived
at Sttesvillo, N. (I, his son1 caino1 for
his corpse aind carried it to Stnates
ville for burial. Heart failure is said
to be the cauhse of his deathI.
Aliss illi Kinard ofl Ninety Six
openled the school at Cattechoo lost
Tu~Iesdla. The atltendaneo~ at that
school will be considerably incremsod
this *armu, which of course is duo to
t~hc increased population of our nill
village, since the enlargemoent of th~e
Capt. P. Whiitin a long tried and
faithful employee of the Souther nu
Railway wvas discharged a fewv d.iys
ago all oni account of ai trivIal mattecr
lie has (1011 sectinl work for many
years and wais setion miiaster' for
twenty three years. Capt. Grillin of
Liberty will succeed himi.
It is rumored that a fertilizer faic.
tory' is a probable I nterprise for Nor
ris. Can it be p)ossible? Yes provided(
a few men with money wvill coopera1ite
and wvork to that end. Thore is al
ways a demand for fortilizows in Ibis
section and probably always wvill bo.
We heard certain agents say that lhe
had sold more fertilizers the pasIt
year than ever before andb wouild col.
lect every' dollar for same. Why not
ship~ tihe raw material and have it
manufactured at home.
We were much impressed by an
editorial in last weeks issue of your~
poper. "The poor man and 'the
church." All that editorial is heart
- ily endorsed; indeed how is it possi.
ble for it to be considered otherwise,
by all right thinking people)1.
Sometimes it appears to us that
there is a burden of wvealth inl our
great republic.- Some people have a
lot of trouble about their muoney'.
Howvever the writer is not overI bar'.
dlened understand. But review the
work in our courts and the cases in
which monfy is involved. Glo to the
balls of the legislature, count the
- - bills. of appropriations, go to coni
gress and consider yoreolf accountant
for a session and tell us about it.
Money not only troubles thle possos5..
or but the other man also, Labor v. s.
..Many crimnes have been committed
and money, wvas at the bottom of it
alig ;obbery, dishonesty and overy~
-Thng that is evil almost, committed
~%04 for th~e love of money and we call to
rmind "Money is the root of all evil."
We cannot ingnore thio struiggle
- ,for money that .goes on overywhtere
anid' pto'ptubly we ought nIot to wish
for the tlti when such comnpetitioni
-haIll pass away.
ne fl)1)~ sh~ COgifvre cures
ao~l~ .hibnehiti anfal indred
~4~i 0bles 2~o ttM Drug .Store,- J.
Miss Pauline Mollaniol Dead.
Again, death has taken from falmi.
ly and frionds, a gentlo soul and we
tire called upon to sorrow with grief
most bittei. In the midst of bo
reavemeut this 10os comes adding
weight that human courago cannot
w ithst and..
Thoeentiro cormmunity sympathizos
deeply with the family, and friond.4
give every consolation possiblo, bul
I1onlo cal slay tho agony of loss and
110110 can appreciato it but thoso who
have beef) inl the midst of such
ai1llictions and kn.>wn them from )'r
Miss Paulne wasl a young woUln
just colli g to the flJllnes of Vo1m1ani
hood. She was a duf itI dlaughter,
devoted to thoso of hr OWnl faIily
and1(1 witi hlr frijnda Slt io ws tru.1,
coniSitet ai awrfyI'ay crrying brig lit
losit siotor joy as Fllo j all raeyod.
811. wi i sister, faitlifiul to) oVesry
caV, an(d fier whoio life showed forth
tli swextwl1!ss of a lifo so pleo an1A
good Il-it G1od Called leri h1om1o to
Echo From Wedding Bells.
'Thrle miles north of Qenoca at the
pictuiresquoc res-ident," Jf Mr. W. T.
.\rL1s, it noon ol \\' 1hn.1day No
vembe4r 25th was sole.n aiiz.d one of
Ohe prottiest of houm wo blings when
NMilss L ia Meares was united in mar
ringo Io Mr. Itibert 1. Cochran of
Whiilo, "November'si chil'. andt. will.
try blasts" woro making a play
1rou11nd of the outside world, to bring
into moro striking (c1ontrast the
wirmiithll an I belhuLtv of the largo par
lor) arti-tdcally decorated wit. feath
(ivy ferns and exqui-sito chirysatntho
PIrompi ,t ly it hailf 1past I wilvo O'cloCk
as tho nt.rains of iondelssolin's \Ved
(ding Maich fell on the ner of tihe
waiting nent'i, the attendant., .\Mr.
Frank DuPro of Clum.ioni with Ir.
Martin of Pondleton, and Miss Oina
Alonres with Miss Biancho Bigger
stair, of Sonena, (ntered the room
followed by the brido ittid groom
the bride always lovely, but, DoW tile
eibodiiont, of lovliness ill orthodox
bridal attiro. Staiding uidor th.,
galanliiIdod chaindllhior, the little party
plreseint.Od i pretty giroup, as they
wero mnot by the olliating" minlister
Rov. J. T. Carey, Who in It short im.
prc.sivo ceroonllly llado oneo ill the
eyes of tho world, tho "Tle two limio
with but a singlo aim, Two hearts
hat. hent as one."
After-a ii nformal hour of pleasltit
c()verse, followed by a dain1' and
delicious lun1cheon(l, Mr1. and ars.
C(chran with their atenda Its were
driven to "lonnt Lain View" tho iomae
of Mr. Cochrian' mnother whore a re
coption Was tenidered them (nWd.
Mir. Coohrau is a young mian of un
uIstual worIlth, anid is doioirvedly y~ ipu-1
iuhe among his wide circle (of ferends,
wvho conugratu(11lat i himI11 i 11 on in i th
hand1 of ono Si) lovoly ini pWkoso and1
chariiacter. Mfay they have a long and
p)rosporous13 voyage oni thto sOn of life.
Cahrelessnloss is respIonsible for many
a railway wvrook and the samo15 cauiHss are
maikinig huan1 wrooks of su lorers from
throat ands lunig troule. BUt 8sino) thoI
advenlt of D~r. Kings New Discovovy for.
eouighs, consump11 ltion, col1ds, and( (even
the worst cases canl be curoid, and1( hope
loss resignation is no0 longer nOcesary.
Mrs. Lois Ciagg ojf .Dorchester, Mass.,
is onie of many whoso life was saved by
D)r. King's Newv Discovery. Thuis great
remedy is guairanteod for all thrcat and
lung dieimos by Pickens D)rug Co., 50s
and5 $1.00. Trial bottles froo.
Gospel Mission Mass Meeting.
Tfherue wvill be a Gospol Mission
Mass Meeting at East Fork Uhurch,
T1ranyl va nia county, N. 0., begin.i
ning on Friday before t~ho seonld
Sunday ill Decemboer, 1903. The
following p)rogrmnlno is suggested:
F1ridayv, 1 1 ai. mi.- SermIon, 8. C.
1 p. mi.-The loca llurchi anid
isions11 A. Wt. Bock.
2 p. mn.-T1ho pas5tor and1( missions. *J.
Saturdlay, 10) a. m11. -Thel mlissiona
ry and( his~ supporting church~t or
chu rches, WV. 0. Seaborn.
1 1 a. mn.-Srmuon, M. P. Mitheny.
I p. mn --The missionary on tilt
field, J. M. lHamlin.
2 p. mI. --T1he outlook for gispel
m1issions5, E. i. Morgani.
Exer0cises for Sunday will be ar.
ranhged at the miotin~g.
heh brethren (of East, Fork~ (xte'nd
acordliah invitation, tad wo hopo1)
many will come and take 1part ini the
mleeting. 1. T1. Newton,
For the Churchb.
'Not a Sick Ilaiy Siee.
.I wals taken severely sick with kidne-y
trouble. I tried aill sorts of meiinjes,
none of which relieved me. One dauy I1
81aw an1 ad (of your Electric Bitters 11nd(
detormined to trly that. A fter taking a
few dose0s I felt relievod1, and( soon) there
after was entiroly oured, and( havo not
been sick a~ day sinco. Neighbors of
minlo have been ourod of rheumatism,
neulralgia, liver and1( kidIney troubles and(
general dlebility." This is what ii. F.
Bass of Fermont, N. C. wvritos. Only
500 at Piekons1Drug Co.
Notice of' "Homelsteadi.
Notice is hereby .iven, to all whom it
may8 c3oncerni, thait .Mrs. Ethel Ragsdalo
has filed her Petition in this oflicoi pray.
ing for HIomestead Exempjtlin in~ the
Estiato of 0. M. Rtag'dale, dicea.$ed.
The Petition will bo hleard in amy oflloo
on Satturday,- Deo. r5, 1903.
Thais 9th day of November 1903.
A. .J. 11OGGS,
WI- - elerk of court.
"'Tie a string around your finger'."
Glet that bottle of .Rheumnaeide today .o
forey our rhleumatismn get~s a firm hold
and )ecom~eQ dan~erous.
The Best PI'escliptj9l forM
Chills and Fever is a bottle. oni ~Ai
riles CnaL Tropw. lI la siy iron andt duining
in1 a tasteless Oorm. No 011r -:-it6 pay. I rico50
?tiany' ezeellent articles are crowvd
(i1 aiutof thin w~e~ck isl'n 't fle
a ppear1 n)ex( week."
"0 :,c of Ily .aughters had a
terr:bk: case or asthma. We tried
nmost everything, but without re
lief. wc then tried Aycr's Cherry
lctorwtl, and thrcb and one-half
bottios cured her."-- Emma Jane
Ens:1ninge r, Langsville. 0.
Ayer's Chcrry Pectoral
ce iiiy cures many cases
And it cures bronchitIs,
:hoarseness, weak lungs,
t whooping-cough, croup,
vinter coughs, night
couPhs, arid hard colds.
ihr :e .s!zm: 2.c., Sec., S1. Alt dragglt~is
U ,a iat Your dactor. It l1o says tako it
t:1111, i14 js l,0 safy. ,If lie tolls You uoi
t tal it. that don't tnko It. li knowa.
lxwle I, %V11 IthlnIm. W. 1110 willing.
J. U. A Y Et Co., ILowell. Mass.
A Precious Jewel.
Oil rarth Ola Gilstrap was a pro
cioun jewol beld in tho affections of
her fait her, step-mither, brothlers and
si1 .u IS. Slo also had a host of
frietis and school mates who loved
\When she wont to clurch 1-he act
ed like a lady Ad gave thi closest
attevItion to the sormon. Silo had
learned of Jesus and the blessod
hono in heaven yet she had nevor
made any public profussion.
A few days before bor denth she
Xan tilkll sick but wfls not thought
dialigerout.s at the first. She was ta
lio wou so on the evefaing of the 23d
Of November and tuld her girl friends
mhe wantod Shom to prepare her bur
ial dIrests and and wreat.hos to go oi
her gravo, as that was all they could
do for hor. No doubt in this hour
sho fel. the need of a Savior. And
I blieve Ohe had found Josus, for sho
3:a1ng a% few verses of "Jesus Lover of
40o talked of death with perfect
compoauro and while her friends and
relaivos were weeping she was look
ing toward that fair city of gold.
Whilo she was leaving faces bathed
in tears she was beholding facos all
shining anI bright over in the other
She sid she would.like to live but
could not, and was roady to go. She
Paw her mother roadr to meet hee
anld S In'g1 a few li1es of "My Heaven
ly HLomo is Bright and Fair." She
was loaving a father who was saying
"Oil, it I could, I would dio for you."
Earth weeps to give up such a jew
el whiile heaven rejoices to receive it.
She wvas a daughter (of Lewis G.
G3ilstrap and w"as 13 years of age.
The funeral was coniducted by the
wvritor at Mountain Grove church on
presenco of a large number of rela
tives and1( friends.
A. J. Manly.
& ituniaway Bicycle,
TVermlinated wvith an ugly Out on the
leg of JT. B. Ornor, Franklin Grove, Ill.
It delooi)d a stubborn ulcor unlyield
ing to doctors and remnedies for four
years'. Thenl Ruioktln Arnica Salve
enhred. It's just as good for B~inas,
Sealdis, Skin Eruptions anld Piles. 2e
at Pickons Drug CJo. *5o
Cot ton picking seems to be in or
der~ inl this sectionl.
Mr. an~d Mrs. J. Luciaun Hendricks
and faimily visited Mrs. Samn Browvn
last Tuesday niight,
Mr. and1 Mrs. John Findlay spent
Sunday at Mrs. Millie Hendricks.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlthur Julian, Mess.
Lem Freeman and John Friddle
dined at Lucian Hendricks' last Sun
Miss Anna Hughes dined with
Misses Cora and Maggie Chapman
Miss Emma Mc~ombs spenlt Sun
day with aliss Eva Hendricks.
Messrs Aloizo) Fridle andit J. UI.
Hulghc's were tile guests of S. M.
Looper last Sundany.
Forest Keitlh dined with Isaac
Sunday schlol at Mt. Tablor is still
in a flourishiing condition with WV. J.
B. Chapman as Superintendent.
Tifhmas Keith spent Sunday ,vith
Mris. Hferbort Williamst..
Only Makes a 11ad.Matter W1or'se
Perhaps you haive never tlhught of it
hilt the fact must he apparenlt to evd'y
0o10 that conistipation is caused by a lack
of water onl thle systomU,- and the~ use of
dirastic cathiart ics like the old fashioned
jpills makea a had matter worse. Chain
boliain's Stomiach and1( Livor Tatbleta are
much mere mild and~ gentle in their' ef
fect, and wvhen the proper (dose is tak.
onl thor ac tion is so natural thlat one
eani hatrdly realize It is the eff'et of med
iomel. Try ai 25e bottle of them at Tick
en)s Drug CJo., Earle's Drug Store, Pick..
ens, andi I'. N. Hunter, Liberty.
Bears the 1Kinld You Have Aiway Bonght
Notice is hereby given that the Coun
ty Board of Conmmissio~ners will hold
their unnu al mneeting the firat Thursday
after the first Menda,' in January, next.
i persons holdIing claims ag'ainst the
County, not already filed, will present
them to tile Ciedk of the Board on or
blefore the 1st day of January, so tihat
thley may be examined and ordered paid.
,C. E. Robinson, Clerk Bd. i. 0,
, Doesn't Reospect (bid Age.
It's shamiofnl wheni youthl fails to shdw
Oaepor respect for old ago, but 'ust the
()entir in the ecapo of Dr., King's New
i4fo ]11i- Tihey cut of maladies no
matter hoW sevtro' nua rreidelve of
Ii gp yeanopslV ' anndie Fe~.ver,
I For Infants andChildren,
The Kind You Have
s inheandR l- Bears the
aess andRest.Contains neither
OiumMorphine nor NiineraL Of
A pe&fect Remedy forConistlpa
ion, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
FaCcl Signature of
NEW YORK.Thiry Years
EXACT COPY 01F WRAPPER. C S " YR IY
5or Infnt A hlden
WE HAVE JUST RECE-IVED A
CAR LOAD OF THE F-AMOUS
We are going to dispose of them rapidly. Now is aour
chance. ALL, SIZLS. ALL PRICES.
Mettr & hme ,
12 Suh an t-GENVL.,S C..
~V cnsupl ou wns n nThii ry Goas n
frm E Tin oP t e chRAPP E stR.te
Ou uyr av ut eur ASro oTOenmrIsAdor
'cutr-adShTs r O VE' dw I t l h aetSrn
beoe akeing o dispse or therpy. Nw is your o
morne. tAL SftI~. ALPRCS
In6 Cart, Maing uS. GcREE~ NILLEhar,,A Sua.
andM MONTw SaECT O coFpl.tC.s:ock.
Wehang upyour wsandtcstoming fin thery od libea arno
ino the past t opg the h eet qaliotinnes o h ae"
countrs an she Ve r y oad e onthfallyeltstSrn
beor ma ekin you pura ses Aa Y; ou mony a if youareno
and Mants weihave alcompletoostock.
Thga nking ourfrind, an cuto orsfo th oeir lieal parngrui
on tepsan hoig omeiacot nuance o o tom wter a
$Jr'r: 1'S() GnEECALNVILE 1,UH0A0LI'A
M. agmsrn: um osFo et
Condtai. g b m on de ntr (' c and I.,GAATE NWIIG
. . 'I hoins>utiht yo > re Indel ed to hh ff C[TASip F~Rt1
itn the sumt of Trwenty-two nilnety-eight (2,98) ~ UEL ST oDYT
before nne. in my-on ie in iikons, oni to 0h -i
divy fot the sico of this 5uirnotiis, exeii u.i a~
bo aser to the said conmplaint, or jiiu'dmot 'AII o'SUh CA OI ,
l)ated 23d day of November, 1903.Aasrt.
5i0 it Vl fCt ARiiexm S ofFe EREDf
Heap of / - G.An LA.:el'o USu.a (ooEG , MAcoiNA
ST T cmeiOr SOThe SAROLNA Joi
I gladly wander up anty of D~.10,atrPic ain. .iihr
down, B J. 11 o wb nt~orEno, toobato
I d. nt ellon reit r tm- Whenimrats h Jol oy lae ianit to
B I Helfrpoi Had an GIEN to IathiLtter ofhad adinis
Don'tthtit by hat Imean t iond wia h of l nex.o00 , the 8 safe
got fTteor , r thde ~efoe o t ndamn
All ffcreditthigs of th si Sauel Jone
the Courtl g of Probate b ;eda ik
----l em fst oo - aonlsa CourtV--.' Hous e, soont 17t day~
P aes oe ,n ccuse, if an-hyhvwy tesi
oL ot selton credit orctimn , Administo h o noregatd
u sel frorraitanngs, *1t il.uOIVE nuder m hando~ ant Fltis
Don' think b ry a o an toy 2 i4 da f e.193 i h 18ye-o
hAl ofy bo o bnefohie - cry. eo.~l r.x It toNWBERY u.
I hae sme m neyin catio, q ia ~.t't
Last ButonShes 75v(: cIt and J;tJ.t.V F isho I&I ini't '
J. o. BO0111, ff. 1). J. N. 11Ald UM, P1i G.
Pickens *Drug Company.
-Our Xmas Goods
are now being sold. Come at once.
If you want to get "hot," drink one of our
HOT CHOCOLATES or HOT SODAS.
Comlie and PAY US what you owe us at once.
Pickens Drug Company
Drugs and Fancy Stationery.
,,, ALREAI)Y K'itiW' v ,.,
6800 SMR Eim9
jA That A. I. MANN has the nicest lot of New Fresh Goods
ust ieceived from the Northern markets just as cheap as can
4 be bought any where and a lot of thorn cheaper than they can
bo bight anywhme near hero. My line consist in partpf
Cloth of moHt any kind, Mens and Boys Suits, odd Pants,
Heavy Kniit Undii~erwearxi, Shirts of ever)y description, ISuspen
deris, Gloves, etc.
Ladios Capes, Skirts, Underwear, Union Suits for Children, Heavy
Knit Undorweoa, etc , ole. Bod lilanikos, Hosiery, Notions of every
TIN TVARE, GLASSWVA RE, CROCK(E RYWARE, CHINA, LAMPS,
.and lots of ot her goods too numerous to mention.
EWI1 seil Grocories as Chieap as any body. Come and get some
I buy anything that you can soll at the stores and will pay the
I watnt to buy all the Cotton Seed I can get and will pay highest
market pice for same hero at my gin. Also wiall gin your cotton for.
25 cents por 100 pounds lint.
OBI solicit your patrontage and will TREAT YOU RIGHT.
A. D. MANN,
Of course, we had much rather have you call at our store,
but, if you can't-a mail order is the next best thing. We
handle many things, that cati be bought really easier than if
you were here in person.
Take Wools For Instance....
Fairy Zephyr, 19ec the hanik-3 for '>Oc.
bhetland Wool, 124c the hank, or *1. 75 a p-mohd of 16 hankcs.
Saxony Wool, 10Oc sitraigh t. Get man tow 150 S straigh t.
(Columibia Zephyr-2 or 4 f.,ld 5c the oz.
Crochet Cotltn-ther kind( that looks like silk, but wears better
5bo ihe ball or 6 for 25c.
Turkey Redl (ot tot--the sort that can't fade, 2 halls for 5e.
Ol d ti me Turt k ey Ri d Cot t ,. boiled in oil, big ban ks 20o.
Oneo pound (f Black Ball Cotton for 10o. 'N -
Somie Silk Specials....
Black Ttoffeta Silk, samte widlth as tho-yard wido Sea Ibland,
75", 85c andj $1.00.
Rlnek Pean do Soi Silk, ful i yard wido-worth $1 .50 at $1.33.
Atihrna Silk, 19) inches widle, all colors, -every thread silk
bot h ways at. 58c the yard.
Black Austrian Silk, one and a quarter yards wide, 75c.
We wish we had space to tell you about our Black D
Goods Stock. TIhis ono Item vill give you an ,idenf of lP
the prices run:
BLACK HIENRIETTA-88 inches wide, all pure wool,
both warp and woof, 50 cents the yard.
It. may not be of interet to know that for every yard of this
number, we pay 47 cents. Mighty i' le proflt, but then noth
is '00 good1 for p~oople wholt buy black goods over our counters - 4
A postaI card request will get a sample.
We have about Thirty thousand yards of the best drill made
----ater stianed in th e P'acolet flood--its the 8c quality.
Our price 50 the yard.
Water staited Canto Flannels.-~o tree nd four cents
100 pairs of Samplo Blankots lev are worth from 75o the
pajir to $7.Q0 the pair. We have miaked themn from 50 cents 4
2to 4.60 the pair.. A big saving to folks who buy them~
BMARR'S DY. ST ORE
J 441 Main St. GRtEENVILLE, S. C.