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To'IPsON & RICHEY, P.nors.
J. I,. U. TIln ,1 OM.N, ED)ITOH.
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Advertising R1 tes Reasonable.
Entered at Pickens Postoliee as Second Class
PIJCK ENS, S. C.
WveduNdaly, Dee. 9, 190:1.
The receiver for thle notorious ship)
combine has4 recommended that pro
ceedings bo taken agvainst Charlest Ml.
Schwab) and otenr to ecmpel them
to pa 'y for the millions of Stock
which they received for nothing. The
ceiver p-ut-4 Schwab anid Ia asmo.
ciates in 0h0 same11 caitegory with
The parc-els post bill nill unldoubt..
edly Come up for consideration ait
The eninel einal of Comnress,
And merchants11 aind express compa
nies thronighout the 'United States
are arned masaling, their fores
il opposition lo the measure. At.
thle smetime tlho frmters and the
big maticrerhusesll,, areomClan an
cqually% str-ongf effort to have the bill
passed. The bill provides for I.
Cheap rate of p~ostfog Onl smal01 Pack
ages of merch~andise.
Uncle Joe Cannon, of ,linois, Who
is supp)Iosed to be the ni-xt speaker of
the 1ouise of Representatives, is in,
sisting that the public interests do
mandl thie most liberal provision for
the) rural free delivery service, re
gardless of bad administration in the
past. W aire with uncio Joo inthle
extension of the service, and quite of
the opinlionl thalt -it is nothing aigainlt,
cral doliver h111t it has been work
the grafters. The proper
Sdo is to extend the s
lho sanmcc time keep the graft
Wa1ges in) many cAsis hatvo gono Up
fully a hundred per cent in Chicago,
whil thie cost of living has incras
ed about fifteen to twelinty per Cen.
The action of the labor union., how
Over, in forcing the price of labor p
to an abnormarl figure is resuilted
qin al st(fgnatio in the build 1 oill li
panSd thle iybill beOindeed foruatI
ig f in rsatodhite. wtrwhu
men aupst'a ret o thi neing nablreo
montyeg inaterso the it refsdo
tmath ost ivetmnl pisn f or:
trurtio fine unlilery morie, e-e
gness man ban hadministatio theo
phstandothey wihvd take nt
t pNothat ite iay otince.aiis
'.''I wasliakrn severly hsckee wrk-e
tru .te d gaftesrs ofe mriciosr
deter ine to rytat. th f servaice
fe do sI eteie, andeo therf
aws ie niy edsn hav o nop
fullyic a huday le ent Nig hcoro
nhine hvos oee liurng of incrmatsm,
euragia, fivtee ndt twdny rbent.
Thac of thmont, N. uwris. howl
50cr in fPingn prcoo abr
to a n MemonallilrO iam. ie~ih
fit to sandatioe blcine idingelinof
W.F doand t akct wl e idfrot them
it es mloths old babywi Chster
dea a reilt orfe thurch.li nah
Uoniled hiten ofy ali citorm, s
to ane any nshothmet fin teri:
tucin lainsutie would btoom.
"Ero tionexistdhamd ar sorrow buade
emah camn wihridly laeteo
The tnn theyt haeaen.neyr
An wad tae berlso k there." u
trobly G 'od comfort ohe booedin
ones1 lof bhind.ive re AneFriend.
Tawmn atd wit anu glyri outton ite
letrofin. to Orer Fa.lintGrovtkig.
few devloe a fet rubbeonu, un yi01 ero.
-afgto a doctirel andremde forhav for
yearisi hnBcklaasne Anigor alof
enradilty."us as iso fort B.rn
Scals, ofi FErpions, and Prites. Onle
oat ickens Drug Co.
On NvembrNote. 3 Gd a
T no the hoop e of 1en Condty:
IT wsbehe awnw cply folloin anit
day 1t 1Mle eroo cntrch, ty
on Feruarye byt earoyher onepe
cenlt ealty ter toh s swee n per
Taxes arle woigh blogm.thu
anye pnalycoud wouldn or glr ad t e,
evrAne ae bosf therrecitb'
for Jaur 1o cofot9 hebeeae
Ter.ae Fosteraneigly Co.t oAut.
Mtdvlpdaston rn Notcer iycd
- n itoalotti ofeofies for Keo.i
wcaldge ki Nrtons9A. and Aie. M5e
wt ic en bdrag thCodg al ik
ensi . 0. notcembr1tha
Trthe Pehpe ofevenns Coutywl
Th av nowod mptnls ies urgd,
onFerur Jet godsante onae per
cent Penlyaterti ve pe
A Reply to W. W. Aik'n.
1laz1 I, Nov. 23, 1903.
Mr. Editor: --Plas allow nJU space
inl youl viablo plper to reply to Mr.
W. IV. Aikon's cuomtilunication
in your issel of the 18th1 inst.
At tle teacher's olection liroto
rot 0e1ntionel thor0 voro positively
ir - I wo m1)en presien t besides I ho
11ree It (SCes. On of the trustes
voul1d not or dlid not, v.o tit aill andi
hat loft, mne trustee an1d (oneo pitrouI
>nt each -Iide. andl( theni A. told ono of
,be wi!ov woman a 3ons to tell his
nother anid the visiting- womuani to
.1011 01l a111d they n uvmr camei, and(
ihorly o)1t1i,11 hollowed twice for
hamand 0 hey still failed to co'si, so
i man left tle 1school hioso grouidl
111(1 wts gone someo time and fi Infly
'eturned bringing the two old wo
on With him, (the .reasoll I say ol(
s be0ciiso en1o oIf 1h 'm) is 50 yuars old
)r upward and hIas mver inarried,
Mod has tit) c1 h lidenl anl-i pay11 n-) tax,
Ahe ot hr 1a1ving six living 1n111d two
lel chibn, So Yo:1 emCl c.l 1-m
young lies r nha( ot pleas:) who
1'st. Ih r t vot V o r ( it wa ' eal S t for. 1.hr:m1
t,) (ecide Ili! (qsi o . A I O' Is you
tiere wero two vot es ea.st Ghat were
1t.t h gal, of courso ono of them wi
It is a plai n flat. that I It i On of
le t1usteev lawfully o0cI-(I by t.e
'oters of thu school distriet all. I n'so
mIvo I ny1 3comisI16siol from in114e cOity
)oll. I was eleted last m:luIlrl 1,
he 0l. triistees beinig managemi
lhey ilnftrmed me thAt, [ had rectiv
(I a1 larger numitiibet of voto s thanm A.
lid not %N ithstanding the flalt that he
V1as presit doilig ull lie co:uhl Id
*Mur se--iho inl North Clrolitna. The
1oi1n1g 111an ho reforri to was lnarl
18 yearsL; old, pays tax and votes in
Atlier elvecion.-i aid I s.ould like to
know why he was n ot ia legll Voter,
Aeld I am suro( the trustees aro if any
man11( is. On( of the won.e 1 was on a
visit to the widow's ho)m that day,
though both live in the district. 0n
of the widow's sons told me that
the manl11 who left the school houb
did come after his mother and Lth
other woman to be voted in the elec
tion for teacher. On Nov. 13, 193.
meeting was called to reelect, or a
A. puts it to endorse the first election
The writer wias not present at th
last election. I seo he ctll on Lh
old women again and has at few othe
names. If I could not get into
thing without runnIng myself on th
people I would not have it at all.
I vas present at the election hel
Oct. 24th, and witnessed everythin
I wrote together with other eye-wi
nosses to the same, and if any ou
doubts my statemient 1,1. y' can- ha1v
thbe facts proven by coming to m1)e.
I think this is eiiough oni my p-i
so I will say no more on this subjec
Care lessness is respontsiblo 10)r man
a railway wvreck and the siame (causes il
making human wvrecks of snflyerers froi
thrioat and lung troules0t. lBut since 1
adv' nit of Dri. Kings New Discovory it
COughS,0131 ,01, consmtin oks, ando. ev<
the worst eases.' cn be eurod, and1 hop
less resignaution is no loniger nlecessaor
Mr1 s. Lois (Cragg of D)orcheost r, Mass
is3one of' miany whose life was savod b
Dri. King's Neow Discoveruy. Thlis .grel
remendy~ is garanteed for all thr'oat on
lung dlisonseos by Puckena Drug Coi., 5C
and $1.00. 'Trial bottles free.
Woe h.0laving somei ctold wveathc
no0w- a-days. All who are not don)
sowing wheat arie sure having
tough time of it.
ThoIi Rev. 0. M. Abuoy tilled bi
re'glalr appoin tmlent at Tabor la:
Thob Sunday school ait Tabor is in
fhou rish ing cond(1ition.
marr11 ied or' wvhat has becomo of ~y
that you hav~o been silent so long?
am like 01(1 Riddle, I enjoy ri'Oiui
your)i itoi 8.
ft Iessrs4. Etarl() Watsoni and Por(01
M~ nll of Boverly3 was in this burg ins
Christmnas will soon 1)0 here.
Miss Myrtie Tnurner spout la1st Sa
uurday with M'diss Lillio Abercromibi
Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse
P.erhlaps y'ou have never' Ihought of
but the0 fact must 1)0 tapaent to (ver)
0one thlat conIstipation is aeli~id by a lac
of1 waiter' on theo system, anhd thte use <
dras11tic caitharitics like the o1(1 fash1ionc
pilla3 makes a bad~ lmtter wo1rso. Ol.ain
ber'llaini'is S tonmch~l and Liver Tablets ar
muchle more mild anld genitle in their el
lect, and~ when the pr'oper' doso is tal
en the.r' actioni is so na1tura'il that onl
enn) hardly realizo0 it is the eect of medu
102m1. Try a 253 bot~Ilo of them at1 Pick~
(1n1, aind .1'. N. illun ter, LiAborty.
All schools that havei made im
p)rov'ements on1 their building o
gr'oundsi durIin~g the past year, arie ro
((11ested to1 send( ai reort1 of such to
miy oilice immediately, so that th<
Ila promhIisodl by the editor of tI
Youth's CJompanuion, can b)o awarded.
Yours respe)(ct fully',
R. T. Ilallumi,
CJo. Supt. Education.
'"Tie a string aroundI( yom' linger.
Got thlat bottle of Rhenmaeido today be
fore youri rheuminatismn gets a fim hold
11d( becomes dlangerous.
.A meeting of time m)oth1Ers, sistors,
vivoS, and (darghters of Masons, 1)0.
Lo gito Keo vee Lodge, is called
fo ~xay eveming, December 11, at
4 o'clock, at the residence of Mrys. WV
T- Mcol3all. Doni't'f all to attend.
- WVAuING ?OTIOE
All persons are forbidden to hire
or barbor kny son, oneb Fr'ank Man.
sell, colored, who is uuder digo and
who has left home without my e on
uent and -without any provocation,
Deo. 8, w8, ~ noh
" I had a must stubborn cough
for many yc,:ra. It deprived me
of c!cep anli I grew very thin. I
then tried A'ycr's Cherry Pectoral,
and was qtlick'y cured.'
1. N. Maim, Fail Mills, Tenn.
Sixtr yearVs of cures
and such testimony as the
above h~v agtUs what
Aycr's Cherry Pcctoral
We know it's the great
est cough remedy ever
made. And you will say
tl so, too, after you try it.
,I' Therc's C!u re in every drop.
i TIu e im :. 5 :... An druuiiss.
- th . t 3..r im m.It ho says take it,
i . h. lCSP Y tt I a 0 o s.
-n 1 (,)W tao i. la knows.
.- v W. . arr willitig.
J A I M0 Co.. LownIi1. Mas5.
Tim fat ni-rmm in this section are
about tihrougih gatiering and about
1'l the cotto i6 sold 'The report is
little over ha if a crop.
We wo l like to hear from tie fel.
low in the north who predicted su.h
a large colto n cPop for this year.
Maybe.- lie has never woke up yet to
view it itttiOn) When he does
waike we w-it to hear his explania
tio.-. Uu! Ulko the poor fellow was
that waited a fore-runner sent back
to warn. is livo brothers ,of tho tor
muonting ibun-ies, wben hi roeived ar
ainwer simi i-xr to this, "They hay(
Mo ;es and the prophets and they
would unol b lieve, ye't they would I-ol
believe thonugh one was sent from the
deud." Speculation is a great thing
whou a imu is always on top ant
"money is the root of all evil."
Money will do anything excep
carry a mani to heaven. It will carr,
him to that hot country and we fen
many are uoing there daily on th
s strength of it. Why even the dea
have to pay to be carried on th
t train to their last resting place. W,
U long to s. u a Iaw enacted to force th
r railroad company to carry the dea
a free grati. It is a shamo to charg
for Colvo% iung .the dead.
Gilbhert. Holler, a rock mason fror
Statueville, N. 0, and who had bee
g employed by Messrs. Beattie & Johi
Son, of Charlotto, to help build
e rocc wall at the new dam at thi
0 place, droppedt dead in A. J. Crane
-arket on last Wednesday morningt
t Coroner lirions held au inquest ove
him anid the verdict of the jury wa
that the deceased caine to his deat
from heart fNilure. He was abont 6
years obl. Very little is known her
of his life, as he had been hero on!
n a short while, but those who ha
0 dealinigs with him hero say he seeme
>r' to be an honest man. Hius romair
n were? sent back to Statesvihlh>, whlei
hio hmas a fmiy., i Ma..
Princo oni the25hu.,ain bo
it Dave satys he is large enough now t
d ruin the plant at Cateechmee.
0 R. A. Bowen, of Pickons, visite
his sonm in-la'v', J. F. Banister las
Weo were glad to see on our street
i' last Thursday evening, Mossrs. A. I
(* Bo(ggs andl M. F. Ilenter, of Piokeni
a We are always glad to see those gem
tiemn, for they are just like "homt
dt T hie mill at this place suspenide
work for seveni days last week an
a wock be fore, owing to some wer
that lhad tom ho done.
mi Mesris. Beattie & Johnson hai
a just completedC~ a rock wall at il
electmical am 193 feet long an
gfronm 24 to 13 feet high. They ai
now digging a tail race at the san
S It was our pleasure to pass by Si
Mile oni last Thursdiay evening. M
were surprised tosee the imnprov,
mnats that had boen made there <
t- te. The first thing that caugt
r. ourx eyesi was A. M. Oorrett cutinm
wood in his shirt sleeves and seemee
to) be ats comfortable as if it was th
2ith day ohf August. The writer we
it wrapped imp an long as he could ge
ya rag oni and was thon so cold b
kc could hardly manage his lines. Be
fi those o1(1 followvs that watded sno,
I kcnec deep manmy a night from '60-'6f
cani standt wore cold now thani th
Aimiong other improvements w
noticed wan thmat Mr. Rice hias a nic
stockc of goods but noticed ho wa
-busily engage I with a drummem
Six Mile would be a beautiful pine
for al cut'ton mill. What do you inm
rhbout it 01(1 Riddlle?
'Nell, we nhotic several oompli
.j meon ts have baon passed botweer
r. Blue Eyesm, Brownm Eyes, etc. Wa
would b)e pleased to pass8 comnpli
uuments wit h some1 of the girls.
Nov. 28, 1903. B.
Deafness Cannot be Cured.
by loeal opplications as they cannbo
reach thme diseased piortion of thme car
Tihmore isi only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constituitional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed cnn.
ditioni of the mucous limnug of thme Eu
slchian Tu'mbe. When this tiube is jin
flamed you havo a rumbling sound or
imperfect hioarinmg, andi wvhen it is entire.
13y closed, De)afnmess is the result, and tin
less thme inflammationm can be takoen omut
amid this tubo restored to its normal eon
dit ion, hearing will be destroyed forever,
imno casos out., of ton ate caused by Ca
tairrh, whlich is nothing biut an in flamed
condition of the numus services.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deaf ness (caused by ea.
tarrh) that cannot be onred by Hail'8
Catarrhx Cure. Soud for circuilars, free.
'J, . CHWNEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by 1 Drugg lets, 71lo.
Halaah Pn are the bet.
Bearsthe lhd a g1g
II I II Mll9 1111U1141RUP For Infants 'an"d Children.
The Kind You Have
siiating tefood andRegtila
ness and Rest.Contains neither
OlumMorphine norlineraL Of
oon, Sour Stontacs.Diarran hle
Worm Convulsions Yeverish.
essandLosOF SiEP. o ve
Tat SizSg Sngnature orF
NEW "ORK.Thirty Years
OACT COPY O WRAPPCR. CAS1ORI
.. \TMBu O4tTAOR OOMPANY. N9W YORK CITY.
D WE H-AVE JUST' RECBIED A
nes CAR LOAD OF THE FAMOUS
5TOVE5*M0f.R AN ~QE50
We aregoing to dispose of them rapidly. Now is your
F3 chance. ALL SIZLS. ALL PRICES.
12 etts & James,
South Main St. GREENVILLE, S. C.
THE HAVEJS T L RETIVD BES
CAR GOD HOUSTE FAMOUSED
M"ECSTON OMS ST"
'. fro the oing~o to chespese ofalthem ail.No syu
(1 the oth Mpa soin t eSaeatpi GRENVaLE wS. C.omil
C I CrpesMaltTiiSECTIsN SoF S. C.md~ :hd : , A:tSqa
- aur b'uys have jus copetred somothrkaresan.u
couhnr ou rins and cuae toers own wthei allberlats prig
, inWhen in renvlcl and hoigt examcinancr gofdsn gwt pricos
S befor makingyourVprchaseseYou moel bc i ouae.o
d~E~I more than satisfoied.A
Ber ab i~Knd You we have laomet sto0k.
~of inteps adhpn Toioi otnac ftesm enO
cror o .i
me . t 'aliron, F aster Camelironl and II. STiA'TE OF SOUT1II CAlROLINA,
6. ()I11ipl t ai b it 111r1 Ulai De< bo hIr Cotinty of Pickon.
lIn the Miim of 'TWOunty- Iwo inelty-liht (422,98l) INTICUTO PROBATP.
doilarN. By J. B. Neboy Euio. Prob~ate
'heil I efore o requir ke1t o pil car fudge,
lilly from the oervc ofti u mnee Whoroase, W.O jo alVa tt
hOofthe nii >f a rvt at 10 o crock a. m me to grant him Lotters of Adminisria
toill be~ t lve agaist a by tifaur lt. inu tion, with the Wimll annexed of the Estate
IDatedl sad day of N<i~ mnlir, loos. and ofl'. ots of Susanu Cooloy, acco ned
rx~Ai. J H A ni-s lt , slagistrate. Those 11roItheroforo .to oito antd atdmoni
I~ec?.iauu7 t. sh all and singular the ht itded and1(
S- ~- ~ creditoin of the said Susan Cooley,
deosdI atte perbeforo me, i
I V .Hv ad a the Court of Probat, to be held1 at Piek
ons Court Iloino, H. (I., on theo 24th ay
Ho Op of 4g~of neo.1903, aftera puhlcationl hiereo,
a11o'clock in I lie forenaan1 ,,in abeon
-p& owns conso0108, if ani'v they hav~e, wh :ho'li saia
DOMSMOSY. IVEN und~er my hand anti neat, thin
4hday of D)ee. 1903, in the 128 yoar of
I gladly wande upaddown - .H EBlY
And ar-,le at oil and paini, Pic"kena ent, S
I do not soil ot credit or imne,
But sell for rofit and gain, Fish or Oysters
Don't think b)y hat I moan to Placo yourI orders for Oystersl andc Fish
get fat It
All off' of on~ thing, j COt IMInIA I'ISII ANICE~. 00.,
But sell 'em fa4 so at last, S itisfactory prices, qutio'k soivco'You
I have some 4onoy in change, can make money now selling out large
Last Button Sh es, 750 laud $1. Soth Mullet whiloygs do t., aro sovery
-Mens lirogans, 91 to $Llo. &iu .-----*
Be them beforl 'you buy, ApS
Oaw my7 bak fr you
Pickens Drug Con2paty.
Our Xmas Goods
are now being sold. Come at once.
If you want to get "hot," drink one of our
as-HOT CHOCOLATES or -H0OT SODAS. 0@
Come and PAY US wvhat you owc us at once.
Pickens Drug Company
Drugs and Fancy $tatioaery.
At11 WhoW Don't
..,ALREADY KNOW IT..,
OULL L LESHS
That A. D. MANN haQ the jicoet lot of New Fresh Go.,ds -
pajst received from the Northern markets jist as cheap as can
bo bought anywhere aind a lot of thlm chonip'r th1n they can
- ho b.,ught anywheio near hero. My line coisist in part of
Cloth of most any lind, Mens and Boys Suits, odd Pants,
Hoavy Knit JUnderwear, Shirts of every description, Suspen
drTies, Gloves4, etc.
Ladies Capes, Skirta, Underwear, Union Suii Its for Chjidren, Heavy
Knit Underwear, otc , etc. Red Blankets, llosicry,.Notions of every
TINWA RE, GLASSWARE.. CROCKERYWARE, CHINA, LAMPS)
and lots of othier goids too numi ilerous to mefni1ition
?F'I sell Qroceries. as ch'ap as anybody. Comec and get some
I b~uy anything that you canI soll nt the stores and will pay the
I want to b~uy all the Cotton S' d I cani get and will pay highest
market price for same hero at my gin. Also wvill gin your cotton for
25 cents por 100 pounads lint.
EWI solicit your platrouage andio will TREAT YOU IGHOT.
A. D. MANN,
MEET, S. 0.
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 can be b)ought really easier than if
you were here in pesn
Take~r Wools For' Inlstane...
Fairy Zephyr, :l0c tho bank--3 for 50c.
Whotland Wool, 123co tihe hank, or $ I. 75 a pound of 10 hanks.
Saxony Wool, 10Oc straight. Gci mantown 15e straight.
Columbi Zephiyr--2 or I fold Sc tho oz.
Crochet. Cotton--the kinjd that looks like silk, but wears hotter
5c the baill or U for 250c.
Turkey Ried Cot ton--the sort that. ca1n't fade, 2 hal ls for 5c.
Old1 timo TPurkey Rkd Cotton, hojiled in oil, big ba~n ks 20c.
One pounid of BI nck 11:all Cotton for 100
Sonme Silk S1)echis....
lBlack Traffeta Silk, same width as the yard wido Sea Isan
75w, 85c and $t.00.
Black Pean de Soi Silk, fuili yarid wide- worth $1 .50 at $1.38.
Anchoren Silk, 10) inches wide, nil colors, every thread silk
both ways at 58" the yaidl.
BakAistrian Silk, 0one and a quarter yards wide, 75c,.
Blauck iyress Goods....
We wish we had space to tell you ab~out our $lack Drosi.
Goods Stock. This one Item will give you an Iidoa of how
the prices riun:
13LACK HIENRIETT1A-38 inches wide, all puro wool,
both warp and woof, 50 cents the yard.
Tt may not he of interest to know that for every yard of this
niumber, we pay 47 cents, Mighty little profit, hut then noth
is too good for 1)00pl1 who buy hilack goods over our counters.
A postal card request will get a samplo.
We have abent Thirty thousand yards of the h)ost drill mado
-Water stained in th e Pacolet flood-its tho '8e quality.
Our price 5c th yard.
'Water stained1 Canton Flannels-two, three andl four .cents
off'the prico per yard. ___
-100 panirs of Sample Blankets-They are worth from 75c the
pair to $7.00 the pair. We have miaked them from 50 cents
to 4.50 the pair. A big saving to folks who buyv thorn.
BARR'S DRY. ST ORE.
t114--116 Main St. GREEN VI4.E, S. C.
Stradley & Barr's old stand.