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THE LOUD TALKER i
JK FIvo Physicians Itod done th
a S. C., who hod one of the r
if record. Tiicy all fa
W IT CURED
gy * Mr. Wilket writes in the course ol
'My legs were drawn hack until
M 'or nry ^ months. The mutclei
differed death many times over. VV.i
H and Marion, but none of them could
iiig to try your RHEUMACIDR. I b
BR / I began to ?et better. 1 used 5) bott
Mj Df. S. r. Ewini confirms Mr. Wilk
GUI FREE TRIAL BOl
I^^SCCSITT CHEMICAL CO
JbSSt / hlnnri a<; :i virnlp
^nd Tonic Pem
that gives the li\
J. D. Mcoro, Craig
Ih'or u few tluy.s or nut if I oIoh
I.Mulo tii!>ni'on nt 1rto o
Scbtmppa by tlio box IJHc a
Good 35o; Dukftfl Mixture (f
pound brtfis 25o. J have a f
in any; a little l>i< lun, but tin
leader I will make it at, 25 1b
U'hh quantities. I have just 71
\ Vvy lino giudo. Tlioy are wo
houso '2 wks. To nmko a qui<
of Hout & Arrow pIiooh; mdn
routed. Tlio prico I will mako
ibout 90 j)i?. inoiiK womous a
011 odda and ends of many lin
hlnli <ii nr. i i ? ' >
u.nn (%o V1,IV. I fill V 17 IJIllH'I'l
other lot net quite bo good.
lot, Bring iue anything good
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i v\run t-iiuuvjn vntvvcKO
YEAR TO MAKE
.AUGEST COMPETITIVE BRAND
)F SCHNAPPS TOBACCO.
etr best to eur? Jamas Wilkes, of OIIIor.^^
nosfc terrible cnsca of RHEUMATISM on 1
lied until on>3 doctor prescribed? 1
HELPLESS CRIPPLE. R
a long letter, dated August 1ft, 1902: M
my (cct touched my hips. I was as helpless at a baby
i of my arms and legs were hard and shriveled up. I
s treated by six different physicians in McColl, Dillon
do rne any good, until Dr. J. P. Swing, of Dillon, told fl
rgan to take It, and before the first bottle was used up
lei and was completely cured,'* I SB
ei* statement in every particular.
"TLE SENT ON APPLICATION TO
r is torpid, bile enters the vhBb\
nt poison. Liver ills follow\^^B\
pNshii i c m
-HTS are the only Treatment JBHl
'ex just the right touch and B
work in the right manner,/SSRl
touches the liver, the ^
tone the system.
Oil SAf.K TiV
Eros. and Earle's Drug Storo.
' Ciiisfi Rami!
uiuM?; iu;i faUillJJ|
i> out tlie stock on hand. 1 will soli 1 ivowu
plugs for 25c, oi 27!,c per lb l>y tho box
ll>; Kiirly ISirtl ami Spot Cash M7c; Pluiuh
imokiug) 158c; Farmers Tioy 25c; Whalo, in
ew hundred pounds of as good eu ing rio<
(it does not lmrt (he cooking qualities. Ah h
? for ?1. long as it lasts; or He a 11) in
iwnwui'j ?i iw rmc+ xnmunw n ? i ?? ?rgj>?r ? n
1 _ T"? IMP1 r% i i /-v *?< '
> jr i onubb. |
I til to SlT2V)TTli<,y' litivt! not been in tlir
ik turn S1.C5 tako.s then, A brand mw lino
h woiuouh and children*. Every pr wnrranyou
on thcao is astonishingly cIoho. I Imvo
lid rliiUli* ns shoes; the numbers avo brok
< y. Not a pi cost mo less tlinn $1: somo as
n uiem ami v;>c a pair tnk?;H tho lot. AnI'hoy
cost mo up to &1.'25. 50o u pr for lliin
on lmvo to ont.
Burned to Death.
Ernest lirady, the three year old
son of N. H. Brady of Fair Forest,
was burned to death Th.i?-I
day afternoon. Ernost and an
oldor brother were playing around
tho fire in tho bed room, while Mrs.
Brady was preparing the kitchen.
Tho mother was attracted by the
scrcams of the child, and rushing
into tho room she discovered the
Humes had already burned up half
of the littlo fellow's dross, and its
oldor brother was endeavoring to
extinguish them with his hands.
In tho heat of this excitement tho
mother hud the presence of mind
to throw a bucket ol water on tho
child and tho Haines wero extin
guished. Tho victim had inhaled
tiie (lames and its throat was badly
burned. The neck and thigh
wore also painfully burned. Medical
aid was immediately summoned
imt tno little follow died at one
o'clock Thursday niglu.?Spartanburg
Disturbances of strikers arc not nearly
as grave cs nu individual disorder of
the system. Overwork, loss ?>f ?!??? ?
e > " * ",v' l'> I
nervous ten-ion will be followed by utt?*r
col lapse, unless a reliable remeily n im- j
mediately employed. There's nothing
sot flicieut to euro d'.sordois of tho Liver
or Kidneys as Electric Uitteis. It's a
woiulorful tonic, and effective nervino
and tho graatost all around medicine for
run down systoms. It dispels nervousness,
rheumatism and neuralgia and expels
malaria germs. Only 50c, and satisfaction
guaranteed by Pickens Drug Co.
Ill * ? -
Special representative in this
county and adjoining territories, to
represent and advertise an oid established
business house of solid
financial standing. Salary $21
weekly, with expenses advanced
each Monday by check direct from
headquarters. Horse and buggy
furnished when necessary; position
permanent. Address Blow Broe.
& Co,, Monon Bldg., Chicago, 111. ^
The Secret of Growing Old Gracefully.
Americans aro learning how to
grow old, hovr to age in years, hut
keep well and strong.
We work harder than any other |
race, are always in harness, ever (
wim our nose to the grindstone,
yet \ve live longer than any other
people on the face of the globe.
To lie sure, the weight of labor
and worry?the ''strenuous" life?
gets the better of those who do not
fortify the system to bear the ever
increasing burdens of daily 11fo,
but thousands upon thousands of j
men and women, far ]?t?st tho prime !
of lifo, me today juet young,
strong, vigorous and youthful as
they were 25 yoais ago, thanks to
Duffy's pure malt whiskey, which
lightens the daily grind, biii>gs
lioaitli, Hlruiigth and contentment
to the enfeebled, checks wasto and
decay, and stimulates (ho bodily
organs to the proper performance
of their tasks.
Duffy's pure malt whiskey has
been thft only medicine employed
| in countless thrifty American
homes for half a century.
It is the groat tissue builder-reconstructive
tonic the doctors
c.ill it?:i medicine and a food
Duffy's euros coughs, colds, conoil
m 1?' i /\i? rt,,? 1
rnv/.;, aainuni, tularin,
pneumonia, pleurisy and all diseases
of tho throat and lungs; indigestion,
dyspepsia, and every
form of stomach trouble; malaria,
.x.l ..11 i C
<41jvi mi n>>v lovers.
It is absolutely pure, contains
110 fusel oil, and is the only whiskey
recognized by the government
as a medicine.
Sold in round, amber colored
bottles only, at dispensaries, or diK/Mtt
* 1 - 1 -! ?? "
ti.vu ii wine, jueuicai
booklet free by writing Dully
Malt Whiskey Co. Kochofltor N. Y.
Rheumatic pniun aro quickly relieved
by applications of Ramous Ncrvo and
j>uue vm: rry it. V5.rxi at Itarloa Drug
Store, J. D. Mooro, Craig Bros.
i uotton Sei
For Fertilizing put-pot es ai
^ tiiro a pure Cotton Seed Meal scc<
9 just as free from hulls aiul other
M to manufacture it.
^ We (Junranteo 8 per cent. A
show a higher percentage.
gf Comnaro our M?>?i ? ;?!> ?i
jMi 11 h before buying elsewhere.
J fT; Liberty
| THE SLNTINE
Long- name foi a nov.'spapi-r
I be, for instance. The PK'KKNSS
I JOURNAL, would nearly taku y
I Working people don't care to 1)
1 ?? ??= .imi,. wiiat moywant is s
sweet;" like this: Finest New i
home-made syrups ever offered to
that the "proof of the puddin'
And Still Another Car of that
One hundred barrels sold in 53 we
pie know a good thing when they
of shorts, for your horses, cows ai
Int II... I '
1.~? wi mo iiucsi coneo on tlio
Best Cream Cheese; Finest Siilm<
lot barb wire and wire nails,
styles and now coming in and
summer. Furniture rooms full
sizes and styles stoves, both good
King down. Good cooks know a
Iron King, Wo can't think of al
stock, at once, so come in and 1
for yourself?seeing is believinc
I right and we appreciate your tnu
W. T. M
1&T A ITfi
W A IN J
Our business is increasing c
to double it. You will ask 1
By giving our customers the
money. We have, snmc
lo your interest to see us l>e!
have on limul n lnirro <- ?'
expect to sell at a bargain fo
will pay you to examine our
We have a nice line of Dry (
arc; always ready to serve yc
H. A. Rl
Hamburg and Augusta broke
in Prices. 1 bought out Rridg
goods a lid thoso goods lire lioi
Store*. I toll you what's a fact
always will conic hack.
1 have a lot of SHOES to
at a bar train.
Call on mo. Remember the M
thy youth. Yc
U. ID- !
id Stock Fo <1, wo manufacoinl
to nono in the State jind M
adulterations as is possible ^
inonia, but an analysis will
liftt manufactured by other
Oil Mill. \
LIBERTY, S. C. |
. but not fo lor.^ as it iniulit B
our bivath. ".Jaw-lm aker." &
o bothered with lung ti'SbTs I
1 ' ' '
;n 11^ snort?"Short and Ej
Orleans, South Georgin, and I
the oating public. It is fni(l I
is the chewin' of tho rag.'' I
Best Flour. I
eks, show that 11 ?o good peo
eat it. Five thousand pounds I
id hogs, good, rich teed?a I
market; sugar goes with it.
cm and fresh crackers. Large I
Plowfe and hoes of the latest I
will be worn extensively this I
up. Nice, now goods; all I
and cheap?from best Iron I
orftrtrl KfAim **
.? nan muy sco an I
1 the good things we havo in I
ook through our rooin.s?sco I
Remember our prices are I
yery clay, and we expect
,io\v wc expect to do it?
host goods lor the least
?ai 11s in Hour. It will bo
lore you buy :: :: ::
)ck of shoes, which we
r a short time only. It
lint- before buying.
*?< ><3tls and Notions. We
i ni y,
Bi M. J3 -4 JH <4
loose in I'ickcns. I mean
ps &. Hammonds' stock of
ind to <^o at the Corner
, if you conic one time you
go cheap. IH>Y (IOCDS
' all Kinds...
oat Market in Liie (lays of
i _ 1 ?