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HaDDnigs 01 a Local and. Pi0l11 itre
U ' o Farmer is visiting
I("(; relatives in Anderson
- r. )R i6 Anthony, who has
been in Weshington, D. C., for some
time, is on a visit to his homefolks.
--The Newberry Observer of the
15th inst. says, "I. H, Hunt went up
to Pickens on Saturday tospend a few
- 0 o of Georgia's charming
young Indies, Miss Berta Miller, who
has been on ai extended visit to Mi-ic
Essie Farmer, returned horne list
--Mr. T. 1). Alexander and sisters,
Alises Anna and] Minnie, of Spartan.
burg, have return-(d home after a few
day's visit at the home of J. T. An.
thony and fAmily.
How to Avoid Appendicitis.
Most victims of appendicitiR are thoee
who aro habitually constipated. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syiup onres chronic con
Htipation by 3tilixting the liver and
bowels and restores the natur-d action
of the bowels. Orino Laxativo Frnit
Syrup does not nauiente or gripe and is
mild and pleasant to take. Refuse cah
stitutes. Pickena Drug Co.
-Mr. W. A. Boggs, a substantial
farmer and citizen of the Fort Hill
section of the county, was in Pickens
last weel. He reports things all
right down his way.
-Mr. Win. Ellis, a good citizen
and substantial former of the Eisley
side of the county, wts in Pickens
+ last week on business. He reports
everything in fine trim in his section
of the county.
-The Twelve Mile singing school
taught by Prof. Bolding at the
Twelve Mile church closed Thursday
night, after ten days of pleasant
study, with a nice concert. A large
crowd of eager listeners 'vere present
who enjoyed the occasion.
for *IhUdrons Wooe oese )Jo @plate
-R. S. Galloway, of Due West S
C., manager of The Associate Reform.
- that place, was a
last week. He was
-.1 with the tw
- we did no.t reach
* ri ng enter prise8,
and the failure oif summner visitors to
be here was a great suprise to him.
--The ten-year-old son of Johnz
Mat Brazeale broke bo0th hones of
his leg just above the ankle on last
Monday evening while playing at
WVolf Creek school house. He was
jutnping ucross a gully and fell with
the above result. D~rs. Bolt and
Webb reduced the fracture and the
little fellow is doing all r-ight at last
Mothera! Mothelrei Moth.ers!
How nmany children are at this seaqon
feverish and constipated withI bad
stomach headachie. Mother GIray's
Sweet, Powderrs for Children will alway s
cure. If worms are pit sent they wil
certamnly remove them. At all drug
gists; 25c. Sample bottle mailed Fau
A ddress A lIEnS. Olmsitead. LeRoy,
-E. B. Lathjem, a good citizen of
-tile county, was in Pickerns Saturday.
+He reports crops fairly good and sayb
the trestle over George's creek is
complete, and the one over Saluda
will be comnpletto in a few dlays. It
is now so that tile newv engines which
the Sou thorn has recen tly pu11rchased
can go over it. 'I'hese engines nare
bigger than anythimg now on the
road1( and can pull enormous loads at
a high rate of speed. They will be
useod mainly in the passenger service.
'Another Goeod Man Gone Wrong.
lie nelcectedl to tike F(oley's Kidney
Cure at the first signs (of kidney tooublo,
hoping it would wear amway, mnd ho was
soon a victim of Br-ighat's disease. There
is daniger in debay, hut if Foley's Kid
ney Cure is taken at once the symptoms
will dien ppear, thle kidneys are strength
ened and you are soon sound and wvell.
S A. .Bass, of Mergantowvn, JIui., had
to gt upten or twelve times in thme
night, and had a severe backache and
Foley 's Kidney Cure. Pickens Drmng Co.
-There wilt be a special farmers
convention held at l'ickens C. HI. on
Tuesday, August 29th, for the pur
pose of fixing a mniniumn price which
4 the cotton crop of 1905 will be held
fe-' Mi fcot ton m'-"re are specially
ban t frI the imnpor-t
51 ltee~1,,~ Slmilar conven
4,ous ame ueuus heid asll over then cot
ton bolt. Lot every farmer in the
Srequest of the Farmers' Co-operative
and Educational Union of America.
ellen Up to Ie.
1B. Spiegel, 1204 N. Virginia St.,
~vansvillo, Ind., writes: "For over five
y rs I was trocub led with kidney and
b ladder afeuctions which caused me much
pain and worry. 1 lost flesh and was all
run down, and a year ago had to aban-.
don work entirely. I had three of the
boat physicians whlo did me no good
and I was prmnotinelly givenm up to die.
4 Foley's Kmdn.-y Uare was recommended
aind te first b)ottle gave me great relief,
and afer taking the second bottle I was
entirely enred." Piekens Drug Co,
chMrj it, P. Attaway In on a visit
to kelativah at Willlamston this Week.
--Born. unto Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Griffin of -Pickens, a son, on the 21st
-3. F. Banister is in New York
purchasing goods for his fall and
-Miss Mamnie Fobbs, of Atlanta,
is on a visit to her friend, Miss Cor.
--Mrs. J. F. Banistor, of Liberty is
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R.. A. Bowen.
Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right
--The Misses Priday and Alis
Morrison, of Columbia, are visitinf!
Mrs. W. H Johnson.
--Miss Ireno Clark, who ha i'eon
tenchin a music class at Liberty, is
on a visit to Sumtor, S. C.
-J- Bird Looper and J. E. Garrick
of the east side of the county were in ]
Pickens Tuesday trading.
The Public is A roused.
The publio is proused to a knowledgo|
of the citrative merits of t.iut groat med.
icinal tonic Electric Bitters, for ick
stomach, liver an( kidneyA. Marv- 11. C
Walteis, of 546 St. Clair ave.. Colum
bus, 0., writes: "For eovral monuths I
was given up to die. I had fever anld
ague, my nerves wrro wreiked; I couhl(
not sleep, and my stomach was so weak
from iiseh,se doctorm' drugs that I could
not eat. Soon after beginning to take (
Electric Bitters I obtained relef, anad in
a short time L was enti-Olv eured."
Guaranteedt at Pickens Drug ' Co.
Prico 50o. (
-Mrs. It. P. Hamilton, jr., and
Mrs. Hubert Hamilton, of Green
ville, are visiting Mrs. .1. M. Stewart.
--Quite a largo crowd of the
young folks of Pickens left this morn
ing for a week's outing at Brown 's
is often c-;iused by sores, ulcers and can
cers that eat away your kin. Wm. Be
d-ll of Flat Rock, Mich., says: "I havo
used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, for U leers,
Sores and Cancers. It is the best heal
jug dressing I ever found." Soothes
and heals cuts, burns and scalds. 25u. at
PickOL 8 drug store-. guaranteed.
-Robert Earle LewiR, who has
been in Sumter for some time, is nwim
in Pickens and can be found viLlt
the Pickens Drug Co.
-At the election for cot ton
weigher held in Pickenis Saturday, J. ]
D. Hlolder was elected, he receiving a
1991 votes, while R. T. Griffin ro
ceived 115 end R. H-. Crane 82.
--Cotton growers see the notice
elsewber-e of the farmers' convetntion
at Pickens, Tuesday, 29th of A ugust,
to ,discuss the fixing of a mliinmum
pr-ice for which to hold the present
cotton crop. Don't fail to b)e oni
Bears the AThe Kind You Hae Always BougM
--,John T. Langston sipet, lastt s
week with reat ives and frilends in,
Oe'onee' 3outy' S. C , and( Htabtan cno) (e
ty Ga. While gone \I r. Ltangston S
looked over some~t good farin~g ilanrds
in Oconee and it is very pr-obable I
that lhe will not only pur'choso lai~d
thereo bat. mnay hocjme a citizen of d
Useo A llenx', Foot -Ease.
A powder to be shaken Iauto the shoes. Your
feet feet swolleni, tnervouts andl diamp, and get 4
tired etasity, If you hatve smiatrting feet or ttgtt
shtoes, try' A llen S FootL- ase. it (iols the fieet
ad mak-e:a win~jg eaasy. Cures swollen,
sweating feet, blitsters amit -entlhnis sp'ots. He C
iiev'es corni and tunions11 of atll patin. Try it tol
(<hty. sotl by altl druggtsts andt shtoe stores for
25e. n~on't aec-ept any su bstitute. 'Triat pan-k
toe Fitra..,. Address, Allten I,. Otuisted, IA'
Roy, N. Y,
-Mr. B1. Fi. Parsons and danahter, P
from a pleasantt visit to rcelativen itn
Geor..ia tand Alabama. Bein had a it
line trip, found eoery body' well and
enjoyig life, and found some as pt-et.
Ly country and fine towns as ther-e is le~
anywhere. Everybody was0 talking
their tow"n and county and seeking
settlers. Hoe says thast if Pickens
county would come to tho fr-ont,
the citizens talk their advantagoes
antd se ek to bing in settiers, the old(..
county coultdn't ho boat on eath.
''Tey Appea)Cl Ito Outr Symtttitih-s.
'The bilinos and1( dy &popttic atre eon
st an suffer-'rs atnd ttppeal to out- symn
ptatiesti. Ther-e is ntot otne of thecm,
however, wvhoi nmay no~t be brotught, back
to boalth attl hatppiness by the usa of
Ghatmberluitt's Stomatch and Liv'- Ta'.h- -
lots. 'ITtne tabltet4 invigettate Ihe'
stoacih tand livert and strentgthtetn te
digestiont. T1hay also r-egutlate thei tow- v
ele. For i-ala by Pioken-s i)rug Co-.
--The newsv fintur-e of tIs papet
is shin this week, owing to a half
page ad coming in at the last inin
ute. We refer to the real estate ad
of J W. Alexander, of Spat-tantburg.
Hie offers 1,381 acres oif lando for sale
at W alhalla in Sep temb er, to the
highest bidder; 1,11 0 acres'of. this
land will bo cut uip into 100-acre
tracts, and .231 acre-r, on which there
's yalabi e w. er power, will be sold
.n a btdy. .Here is a chance fot
t-omebody to get good Ian4d on easy
This falling of your hair!
Stop it, or you will soon be
bald. Give your hair som1e
Ayer's Hair Vigor. The fall
ing will stop, the hair will
grow, and the scalp will be
clean and healthy. Why be
satisfied with poor hair when
you can make it rich?
" yv hair nearly tilld eniio nI t. I I hit 1 ti-led
A ver's ll:nir vio .eini onl ,si 1. i.gtI., s.tnoppe.
the fallitle. Notw her- v:m e is. real thi.-k ;milt
J1it t s 1li In 140lY. -M im. 1'. M1. .sm JI l.
-ratut. N. Y.
a tatItO.-1. C. AYPU (CO.,
A I Irm:0-kss * Loweil. I.. I
'46Wk4lfau6 -- fol ...1
-- F. E. Cox and A. B. 'Tiylor,
wntit lastweck ple)asan13tly at Asheville
id in the mtountainsA of Wetoern
A i aet of land for sale cheap.
All ait t hii office.
A re yoi looking for busins? See
A. ilo 3 Lib6erty.
We havo sold our (All stook of Lout.
fir an1 are now ready to buy again.
Car load of the best fl..ur on the
irket, "Olxlvik" to go tit close prices.
om3o tnd get some. H. A. Richev.
Chumbildit & Boggs offer for sale on
9sy' terms their entire ginnery saw
1ill and grist mill plant. Apply to
\[. A. Boggs Liberty.
For Sale, 72 acres, 25 acres bottom
an1d, in) file Section of Oconee count
y. Good farming property. Prices
a1o11nable and terms easy. A pply to
his oflice for futber particulars.
Wanted to Rent.-One ton (10)
.0Om1 hotel, located at Cateeclhee, S.
. Excl,.t1 water, splendid market
neilieties ant(d good pItr'onage. Six
0 ten permanent l'oairders. Occu.
Intl ey% given October 15t. For fur.
her information and terms apply to
orris Cotton Mills Co., T. M. Norris,
We have for sale on liberal terms
21) icres farm land sitluted with n
no and on3e Ialf mitiles of Pickens
'his is a splendid farn and in) good
tate of cultivatiotp. Two horse crop
leared balitnce itn original forest.
"airi butildinigs atnd two ltnan.t hounss
n thbe pllce. W.'ill sell for cash or'
It ctredit. Apply to Heath Brutce
lorr'iow ('(1 (or Ivy M. Malin', A t
:frney, l'ickenti, S. C.
15 or' 20 smart gir'ls can get steady'
mploItymenOlt e inga good wvages:
xpIentses$ guartanteed till 30ou learn:~
iuart girls can mnake $1 ner day.
lnderston Overall Factory, 0. 11. Vani
Vyck, MNagiteret, Anderson, S. 0.
Wh en int need( ofi repair workl call
n) me. Ilhggy and1 walgon repiintg,
hee'l building, etc., tinished uip int
rtst class shapei at rteasotnable pices.
~et me1 tigoro'( withi you on thait next
>b. A A Mlann, iniLi lthBo(k shop),
IBritng us your1t egs chtickents and
ut ter. Highest prics paid1 for
ame11. II. A. Rielbev.
- Will pay 60e pi r' busthll inl mer-I
hand isn for freshi cleant driy p(eh
as d. Cratig Bros. 2t
A hetap) of liitbtlitigs cheap at J.
You can get 25 lbs. rico totr one
olitar att J. D. Moort's.
Ciomo ia nd see our nlico 1line of shoes
.J- T1. Fenls11 & Co.
M olasses at J1. D). Moore's 30o to
ib- pe gallon -good.
A 1nice line~ of men's and( youth
(1llaris at J. Tr. Fetnnell & Co's Store
Roal good cider at J. D). Moorec's.
This 1i aCf remil'r t hat I am stil
ickens D~rug Store) wV hiere I am
ways gzlad1 to serve n'y' >ld as well
1 ne0w friendsh. Wheni you~ want a
.1ick antd ealsy shave, 01orI an p-to. date
1ir cutI, give me1( a call.
E. TI' lnnter' The Barber.
Ilighest prtices p~aid for chicke ns
gs and couni ttry pro(duce,
J. TI. Fennell & Co.
Oood( applo vineogarl at J. D).
Ioor's for 25c 1)er gallon.
T1he nicest litne of lamps, glasswvare
1(d dCcoranted disIlas to goi it cost,
J. TI. Feonnoll & 0(o.
Ilardst Oiol isk floanr $5.59 hbl.
.1 lb granutlalted sugar $1 00
0'osn oil 15a gil.
I want fotr cah (coun1try hamsll~ eggs
id rh i''kens.
Thle Unariid ofl Coutidy Corn missioners
iii cotnul'r aupplicnttion for' the posi
be eo r I li in t hi o flicol at Pickens
in the '22d daty of August.
H)y order' of I th Hloard.
2t, 0. M. L YNCII, Sup-ivisor.
(Colleg e of' (Charlest on
785 Charleston, S. C. 1905
1201 h year beginis September 23, Lot
ersi, Scionce', Enigineerlinlg. One
tchtolitship givinig free tuition to each
,otunty of' Souuth Carolinr. '1Tuition $40.
Bloard andu furnishted room1 in dlormaitory
3I0 to $12 at mon~th. All cantd'dtesR for
tdmiss1(1io', ar pritti ttedt to 0 .mllpete for
~acanit Boyco schouarsips whichl pay
$100 a year. For catalognO address
HARRiSON RANDOLPH.1 President.
Piglaeje DUS Do.
A FULL SUPPLY OF THOSE
now in stock-stand and swinging. The bot
lamp in the world today. Not a one of them has
over been known to explode.
Special Prices to Churches
Plenty of Candy
-at 6o cents per pound.
PlcRoPs OFug lCO.
DURINCm THE NEXT
I have some special prices to offer the trade for
cash on Shoes, Hats, Pants and various other
things useful in the home and on the farm too
numerous to mention. Whcn you get ready to
Buy a Suit of Clothes
this fall don't fail to see me before you buy and
get up-to-date tailor-made (oods at the lowest
prices. Such goods have neyer been offered in
this section. Each suit made to measure and a
neat fit guaranteed.
Your ii rly,
J. F. HARRIS, By HimseIf.
Business Suits !
This is the Suit that you should be the
most careful in selecting, as one lives in a
business suit six days out of seven, and
one expects naturally to be more satisfied
in picking out this class of app)arel than a
more dressy suit.
Now we Have Gliven Special
Attention to This Line,
And are ready to please any one. To see
is to buy. Come in and be one
of the lucky ones.
Sole Agent for Hawos Hats and D)utclhess Trousers.
South Carolina College
Four Schools: Arts,
System of Wide Election
Expenses Mlod'erate. Opens September 27, i905.
BE2NJArIIN SLOAN, President.
Safe and Sure.
CURES COUGHS. COLDS, CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS,
CWHOOPING CdUGH, SORE THROAT, HOARSEN~SS.
LOSS OF VOICE, LO6SENS THE PHLE~GM AND EASES
EXPECTORATION, HE tALS THE LUNGS.
Endorsed by leading physicians as the BEST remedy for
Children's Group and Whooping Cough because
it contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore
hound Syrup is mild and benign, it is adapt ed to infants, as well
asadults of every variety of temperament and constitution.
Read This Remarkable Testimonial.
MRS. B. W. EVANS, ClearWater, Kas., writes:--"My husband
was sick for three months and the doctors told me he had quick con.
sumption. We procured a bottle of Ballard's Horohound Syrup, and
it cured him. H 'c is now a well man, but we always keep a bottig
in the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary diseases,'
Easy to Take; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.
T HREE SIZES: 25c, 50a, *a.00.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., - ST. LOUIS, MO.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Just received a car load.
Also fresh car Flour, Sr-lt, Mitchell Wagons, Chase
'I hat 20 per cent. discount sale on Men's and
Wocen's Oxfords, Light Summer Clothing and Dry
Goods will continue till Sept. I St. Don't miss this
opportunity for bargains.
Folger & Thornley.
Cl3othing., Shoes, Hat', and et'Furnlishlinlgs; a pevlait y. S1,h.
fagents for i Mitchell Wa'llgonis, Chase City IHuggies, ttOn ho s aml
Carhart'a Uion-mado Ovoralls.
We are Constantly selling out
And we are consitantly buying in
Every veek brings us somlething new and seasonable
to offer our customers. Our trade has been good this
spring, and to keep it lively during the hot summer
months we have reduced the price on all summer
goods; and all new goods we ai now buying are
bought at prices that we can save you money. WVe
have no old accumulations to run off, but will 'Sell you
New, Fresh Goods worth every cent we ask for them.
Our Lawns, Swisses and Organdies are the best we
have ever shown. We are offering some big baroains
in Men's and Women's Low-Cut Shoes and Slippers.
You will do well to call on us whenever you necd any
thing in Dry Goods Hosiery, Underwear and Shoe
A. K. Park, 'M Greenville, S. C.
Entire Line of Oxfords.0
'We off er our $1.oo line of L adies' and G' nts
slijpers at 85 cents and >' .25 line at S .oo
Our $1.50 line at $1.25.
Men's patent LeaCfther and tan's at cut
prices.Conie and see them.
ONE-PRICE GASHS RE
70 acres of land near Ai bu iettal, S. U.,
on1 Pumpkntowni roadI. *&10 por acre.
120( acres neari Trav'eleris Re~st,
jiing;1 landse of Mr. Thnos. Cui nghiunn. Pairt of th' Butlecr
WaBtson 0old homo. $15 pe acrio.
MAdo smalzll tracts of land, 20 to 50( acres.
We ha ve also somet' very desi rablo lots near e .y I lits. These ot are
along tho car line-$G0 each.
THACWSTON & SON
Greenville, S. G