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iI utored April 23, 1903 nt Pickens, S. 0., s second las mastter, under act of Congres of arch 8,1879. 9
His Money Disappears; His Room,
We find t1he following article ii
a recent issue of a Butte, Mont.,
When T. B. Mosley, a minuP
employed at the Gagioon, left hit
rgQoi in the Florence hotel yes'er.
day to go to break fast he had 1$8C
tucked away in the mattress.
Twenty minutes later he went back
to his room and the money was
gone. Mosley sf-cured the arrest
of John Whitey his roommate. who
works in the b:amond, where lie
. loas found by tie officer. 'The
-complaint and warrant were issue.1
from Justice Deevy's court. Mosley
suspectedWV~hitey because the lat
ter was the only person, he says
who knew he kept any money ab ,ut
or who saw him place it in the
mattress. None of the moley was
found on Whitney.
Mr. Moseley is a citizen of tl.ie
county, being raised *near Holly
Springs church and is a son of Mrs.
Naomi Mosely. He left this coun
ty about three years ago and set.
tied in Montana. His friends here
regret to bear of his loss.
They Appeal to Our Sympathies.
The biliuos and dympeptic are con
stant sufferers and appeal to onr sym
pathies. There is not one of thon,
however, who may not be brought back
to health and happiness by the use of
Chamberlain's Stomneh and Liver Tab
lets. Tuese tab!ets invigorate the
stomach and liver and strengthen the
digestion. 11hiey also regulate the bow
cj. For sale by Pickens )rug Co.
a Fla., is visiting his father, Mr. E.
M. H1unt, near Clement. The muaii
friends of Mr. lHunt will be pleased
to learn that he has, by his energ,- f
and tact, secured a lucrative position c
and they will wt lc me him during
his stay with us.
--Miss Irene Clarke had to post- g
pone her entertainment from Thurn
day toFriday night on account of C
the inclemency of the weather, and I
as a consequence there was not as j
large ciond as was expected, but 5
those present enjoyed themselves r
greatly. The class deserves much a
praise, for the renditions were all M
classic, anA provos Miss Clarke to be t
an excellent teacher. She left Sat.
urday for a week's' stay at Hartwell,
-A protracted meeting will begin e
next Sunday at Old Pick'-ns church.
The pastor, W. F. Strickland, will
preach and administer the com".
munion Sunday morning and preach 9
again at 3 p. in. He will be joined e
on Monday by the Rev. M. R. Kirk- .
patrick, whbo will preach each morn
ing at 11 o'clock and again at 3 p~
im. The public is cordially invited c
to attend all these services. Bring 4
dinner and remain for the afternoon I
--There will be a special farmers'
convention held at Pickens C. H onc
Tuesday, August 29th, for the pur. 2
pose of fixing a minimum price wvhich
the cotton crcop of 1905 will be held
for. All cotton gr-owers are specially
requested to attend. Speakers will
be on hand to set forth the inmpor-n
tance of this actio'n. Similar conven.
tions are being held all over the cot-.
ton belt. Let every farmer in the
county be on hand at 11 a. m. By a
mquest of the Farmers' Co-operative I
'ducationual Union of America. ~
'ie r-un'na '., -. ~~
The public is aroused to a knowledge
of the curative merits of that groat me:
icinal tonic Electric Bittors, for eiek
stomach, liver and kidneys. Mary H.
Walters, of 546 St. Clair- ave..- Coluu
bus, 0.,, writes: "For several months I
was given up to die. I had feverand
agne, my nerves were wrocked; I conld
not sleep, and my stomach was so wea~k
from useless doctor-s' dIrugs that I could
not eat. Soon after beginning to take
Electric Bitters I obtained ree, and ini
a short time I. wais entirely cur-ed."
-Guar-anteed ait Pickens Drug Co.
Cheap Rates to Texas,
Arkansas, Louisiana, anid the South
'west. Eauch first and third Tuesocday
:yon carn purchase tickets at Atlanta,
Jlirminghamu, Anniston,, Mo)ntgomnery,
and cem AD ti ther points to The remnt
South West and return, by Memphim
and the Cotton Belt Route at greathi
Ticket,, allow stop overs any plac<
West of Memphis, and are good t<
return any day within 21 days aftet
Write me to make arrangemonh~
and see that your tickets readb
Me~taphis and the Cotton Belt Route.
LP.uth, Tray. Pass. Agent.
The opportunity of
The Secret of our Success
is that we are daily watching for bargains that Ne
can give the people at prices that they appreciate.
' Now we have it for you.
Down in a Southern city we bought a complete
and up-to-date stock of bankrupt goods at about one
half thq manufacturers cost and we have 'decided that
our customers shall have the be-nefit of this purchase,
and, they go on sale at about one half their actual
value. This is no old out of date stufi, but brand new
goods, bought for the spring trade for a city of about
50,ooo inhabitants, and the style and quality of these
goods is perfect. The goods are now on sale
and will last until they are all sold. We
haven't space to quote 'many prices but only give you
an idea of the great values of this sale. Get ready
and take advantage of this sale, for they won't last long.
Superb line of Shirts
This is one of the prettiest line of Shirts in the
state, and for style and fit they can't be beat. They
are the output of the leading factories of the United
States and to move them quick we have put the price on
$1.50 Shirts for........................$1.oo
$1.oo Shirts for.............. 75
75 Shirts for..................---- 50
50 Shirts for..........---...-- 38
.E;armers Travel More and More Each Dots From Liberty. Noth
Year. Liberty, Aug. 14.-There have ba
It is an interesttig fact to note been tine raiins in this section the
n passing that MAeoklenburg farm- past week u hich has greatly in
ers are traveling more and more proved the appearance of the give
each year. Several of the leading jcrops. -
C)tton growers of the county have Soveral o: our farine s attended M'.,
been to Tpxasand other Southwest- !the Farmers' Intiuto at Cletson
ern States this year, and others last week and were grf-atly hene- P(luil
will go. Many farmers took in the fit d by what thv sa' and heard, Dian
W-Vorld- Fairat St. Louis last year as the ist-itute was unusually in- t
and~ others went to the fhr West, to-rest ing.
with special parties. This is con- A mad dog waIs raimbling around
sidered one of i he hest signs of the town Saturday und an Iacke.d and read
times. A great deal is t~o be learn- bit. oine ol' Davis Ruek ey's dauigh- :0r R
ed by travel and the farnmer who ters on th arm Drs. Shevldou and m ll
sees what his fellows are dloing in Long were called inl and Mi. man11
various parts of thn country 14 R1ackley too~k her to Atlanta yes. antd
better prepared to improve his own terdayv for special trsatment. The $3 '
condition.-- hai'otte, Observer. dog wvas not killed andl bit other bilI
i mil g(logs and mn'dle his e caa ft was 8
is of ten caused by sores, ulcers and can-. so nea r ni ighi I he~ wi as not, followe.d he i
eore that eat away your skini. Wim. B -up. C JawI
dell of Flat Rock, Mich., says: '. lhavo -- ---him
used 'Buokion's Arozic Salve, for Ulicers, $100 ItEW AIlD $1011. ii a
Sores and Cancers, it is the ,best heal- '1'he readers of tlus pmper wvill be
lag drossing I over found." Soothes pleased to learn that thlere is at least, one
and heals oats, burns and scalds. 25e. at d readed disease tI at science has been
Pkens drug store. guaranteed- able to cure in all its stages and that is il
(: atarrh. Halls catarrhi Cure is the on- 50 P
Namin the arm.Iv positiv'e cure now known to the ne<'- if rig
Haeynamed or Far ia fraternity. Catarrh being a conIsti- prop
Have you named you fam tutional dtiseasei, regilres a conisltiition- It is
Do it by all means. : Cal treatment. H-alls (atarrh (cure is ailmi
Not nlytha bu hae !taken internially, acting directly upon Uyd~
Not nly hatbut avestation - the bloodi and1 mntcous suirfaces of thle are
ary printed--envelopes and paper& systeml, thereby destroyinlg the founda- stom
--ndle tema akjtioni of tie dliseasei1, andi giving the pai- (pric
--an letthor seka good word- tient strength by building up the~ con
where they go. P titution and assisting nlaturio in doing
This stationery besitte ;its wvork. T1he proprietors have so -
y as giving much faith in its curative powers, that
the name and address, will further they on-er One Hlundr-ed Dollars for au y' rece
hely to popularize your producots . l ist ofa tsimonialast ue edfrvv
Let every thing you sell serve to , Address. F. J. Cheney & Co., seti
help build up a reputain for Sold by all Druggits. Hall '0 Faaiy
your farm and your products. Pills are the. heat. girl
peo will ask) for your whens -he average wife believes any- ma (
pepl will paskfryrgos thing her husband says-except his befo
Nam will am.-RrlO lo explanation of a long hair on hisii
Name he fam-Rurl Ou loo- coat collar.iii
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How consumption be'gins.
Consumption always begins with a Nothaing lHisked, Nothiing Gained, lady
cough that lingers A congh IIbnt hangs You risk nothing in buyinig Elliott.'s I su
and will not yield to the usld treaitment Emiulsifled Oil Liimen~it, biecause~ you ;ud
muay isot 1me an consumifption -- but too get your, money baick if not stisfied. ad
often it does mean this dead destroyer Youri gain is great, because you get the owna
has gined ai footing Rvpale's C oit gY E beat himinecnt ever made. Best for Rheu
Elixir is very sucessful in checking itl mnatism best fou Sprams and Swellings,
progress of throat andC lung disc aunes I best for 110 in the family and on yotur.
Even consumndlion yielbbi to its poeru stock. A full 1-2 pmnt bottle, costs but is t1
influence, if its use is beogan before thecl 25 eta. No risk, all gain, girl
di se is too deep seate.i. Thin modern -- He
aefatiflo remedy, kills the germs that~ Once on a time a man stopped lttle
au consumption.- Its removes the taking a good newapaper because the efd
ean~se and helps natura rebuild the brokenI
down tissue. If you haive a stubborn paper printed somelthintg lie didn't deap
cob, try Rydale's Cough Elixir, it wit like. The paper survived, but in. Kin
.& disapoint you. course of time the man went tho way lie
~U~~a om '"e wil.oo of all flesh andl~ Wvan forgotten. she
- ip tomtoe wil reove nk -. - ---heal
at other atanas from white clot 5' ad OE3ON~dA a"c
fromthe ands *sres @olsg Pre.vete Pmsao nia efroe,
a life-time-the greatest sal
In the lot there are ablut 300 paire of Paits of all kinds, stouts,
slims and regulars, and thev won't last long at the price.
$6.oo Pants at only $4.oo.
5.00 Pants at only 3-50
4.00 Pants at only 2.98.
3.50 Pants at only 2.50..
2.oo Pants at only 1.50.
1.50 Pants at only 1.oo.
1.25 Pants at only 90.
1.oo Pants at only 78.
You will mies i bargain if you fail to get a pair of thesA p5ants.
Big lbt of Collars worth 1 5c to goat i oc or 3 for 25c.
25c Socks for 15c. 15c Socks for 10c.
35c and 50c Socks for 25c.
Nice line of 50c ties to go at 25c and 38c.
Silk string ties I 5c, or 2 for 25c.
25c all Linen Handkerchiefs only x 5c.
ioc Handkerchiefs only -5c.
5c Handkerchiefs only 3c.
In this Pale we have about fifteen hundred pairs of men's and
ladies' Sho6s and Oxford,, ranging in price from $t 00 to $5.00
per pair. These shoes are made by the leading manufacturers of
the United States, and the sizes and styles are perfect.
$4.50 and $5.oo Shoes at $3.50
3-50 and 4.00 Shoes at 2.85.
3.oo and 3-50 Shoes at 2.00.
3-50 and 4.00 Oxfords 2.50.
1.75 Shoes at $1.25
1-50 Shoes at 1.oo.
1.o Shoes at 75
..w.LEADERS IN LOW PRICES-......
Ing on the Market Equal to Chant- Camp Sites for Fever Refugees.
1ais Colic . .hole~a ana mar Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 12.- .A qi
it-a Iteiedy. - o te S nielfo tIvi
is fact is well known to druggists C o e l A
where, and nine out of tenl will N. C, says:
their custoineris this pr'parat.ion Teu oficiol reprsen t tives of V
the h)ost is asked for. Mr. Obe o Orioar r
mr, a prominent druggist of Joplin, 13 i of New
i a circul r to his cuittiner. Western Nort IiCroita for the I)1
"'Thore is nothing on tho market
c way of patent medicine whicl f
A Chanbelain's Colic, Cholera and 1 f reftigees Tents for the
-hona Romedy for bowel complainta. c imps are to be forni,.hod by tJ
+.13 andc recommel nd'( this prpara-11l
iT mer of icil ueesenatves roach
11 t'1 , i lt I prl I. n fo Wr .tern Northi,~ Coi n forthe p
tie pise ofulkcetitngnctmp Iites forny,
lie dn'tfi is i thnthe low ever reflren Trent th es
waneda Iicet toSpin,.f~.d impset wto fb ilrnill hvuti
fa uia$ il tqiede ornm13ren ut.Ah-eay ar
nuerii of reoeteues t have reach
o lerpan'ho a d l rbbe im foour Addevsillen . vilmt. Lio'
t. Os lioi W 'U u to th m orning, mouse Fri Fo~rarsofTexas
tha ey i on 't o i then, they Hwmn.ci-e r a hssa
ry aginat igh. 13sga veriand osiatead Th i
$s w sott och o an pMrche yr
wante a iket t Sprigfiel we) P-owuler ftri holden weeker aw
h~ad onla $2 bflil. t rqur cr. I ors are Bireenha, Ahey
Idlyertmnlyenemovr themfood isl1dri
di getted ricegardle oo the $2se gickts bec. Sale bottnlmite ofa
iatealnshetpe and palle ityour dys An~llow StoosteaLn o
. nt hisspway orc Inton whenpo Famtous Frunit ars fexs
Ie tna wcl. Tablwhomae usd The
ci trbe.o for $ a0 Ti ave ArBoxuiin, and The CotnBrt
Suiow hou lis oft narb o oh Wnstoeae othe wot
Bnadfudhri h alrce Rote e.Yocnpuhaev
bermonginpepoa" meansior the k b,
gpanin ths someahh. Iiigeionm
h'tne hen overm tht oodi not
re diigetd regadlye if he u-A
imteri hther tou cal thyourietllit cjleunb
I a inttotspidsitaLor Indighckeior whei
hies toac Tereponare sed. g Theatot'igoiga tt
(nrateertlo rel "Orm welof iguies
chA roucane. ou ar tria) cowx,
- .1kot. at Atlana, ofBilringha, Ann
to n ptom eryf andsto cain osh
A TotililaigStorypo 1iings n irse Pills. Tue sd
stingfro deth f te bby Teys bie are fial prt rnlmdy for !
)f leo A.Ey~rOamberanldamys and Rout stoph oeradahe coi
'rtWeAshe~g f1 muh u tof MtemphAnits ti Pc
S21c8 . tra toand twoconvinced.
gaveherup.~Vewer alosti~Wounime, L P.Sith Trav. dss.urA
Oi n of oresoflve toun trmren yurbs iltrasyuhk
lvy rle; afte takn foarn botans
wan cud, ond ihero inh perfet Takloroeo orsboi
bh" evlong is to eievhbor. cure frstln pteedl.dy
ingh orcold. A PicknnaDruga.
Sa 10 urned ra otome Mawy tbecaus triey ha
nowk and oe dothiersewrr
F. BR OKE
Pickens ever knew.
In order to make this sale interesting for the
ladies we are offering some special bargains in
W h'lte Goods, Silks and Millinery.
All 7 1-2C White Goods to go at 5c.
All ioc White Goods to go at 7 1-2C.
All 16 2-3c White Goods to go at 12 1-2C.
One lot 16 I-2C, 20C, 25c and 35c White Goods to
go at 15c.
One lot 35c Champ. col. to go at 25c.
Pino Crepe, all shades, 25c and 35c, to go at i 9c.
Big drive in all wool Batiste, only a few colors
grey, tan, old rose-from 65c to 35c.
We haven't space to quote more prices, but the
scalping knife has cut deep.
Millinery Goods Cut in Half.
This is one of the biggest millinery seasons that
we have ever had, and we feel very grateful for your
patronage in this department. As we have closed our
eyes to profit we give you the remnant stock at yo u
own price. We appreciate your business, cash or
credit, and will spare no pains to please you.
The great rule of health
S.Keep the bowels regular.
And the great medicine
Ayer's Pills. Ifg
Want your moustache or beard UCKINO HAMS DYE
a abeautiful brown or rich black? Use , ,. m..,.AI..- NABUA. N. 3.
d re ea.snrilnyd
haveany or al of heq
8 of ereooverytoa
LI BACKACHE AND RIDNEY
Cues gumano .Rse sor ar
a-nd gtsDase. reomne yPcesDu o
Th o t ae t i-fttlD tal
t threadyisn't the whole story ofna
311 anothesuda-.oA bytteveatlythou
8- ol ad ecmmnde bihy Pceer rfsmnsi C o.
Fread isn't thes whoe soroks ad
gieooth suit-o byeu meeon thu.
taes Fo tarin simpiysthe plac.~
mak othe bts n the h'apetlu2
uthere hae evthi the lowi an
the fime appearance of a coat, whils
such a trifle as the proper moulding~
siof a curve makes all the difference
between a beautiful garment and a
RSen s Baos.eI Cos wer handle the schloss line because we knaow
Fn. oeothes Makers. tIloe's none bttr nd n e ound ayasgo
ed~ in the most desirable colors and patten1.
Some of our Suits and Tfop Coats $re. others $r5 and $2n.
rer Come and look at them.
120 8. Madin Street
sH. ENDEL, ~MENVImJ,.e ;