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THINK -OF T
MRS. M. BRICKNER.
99 lileventh Street,
*A short time ago I found my con.
diln verV serious. I had headaches,
paine In the back, an4 frequent 'iy
spells which grew worse every month.
I t'ied two remedies before Peruns,
and was discouraged when I took
the first dose, but my courage soon
returned. In less than two months
my health was restored. "--Mr M.
The reason of so many failures to
cure oases aimilar to the above is the
fact that diseases
FEMALE TROUBLE pecullar to tie
,NOT RECOGNIZED I s
ASARR . J femalesex are
S o commonly
recognized as being caused by catarrh.
Catarrh of one organ is exactly the
same as catarrh of any other organ.
What will cure catarrh of the head will
also cure catarrh of the pelvic organs.
Poruna cures these cases simply because
it cures the catarrh.
If you have catarrh write at once to
Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement
of your case, and he will be pleased to
give you his valuable advice gratis.
Address I)r. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0.
ilDuenllas of a Local and Persolal Nature
Special bargaitis at the millinery
opening ' " Store Oct. G6h
V, will i. ttend tlie milli
nery openit. - lieath-Bruco
Morrow Co Y' nd Saturday,
--There wi\ day singing
at Pleasant f rst Sunday
in October. invited;
bring your bask. y ail da'.
Our bats will p1h n style,
quality and pric ~ ber the
opening Friday and 'Oeto
ber 6th and 7th.
crowd is .c
'id the h-r rs y'
but not as oa at
u. The country people
t. picking cotton.
-- W. E. Griffin, of Greenville, h4B
been in Pickens this week. Ho is
now working at "Tho P'eople's Store,"
Frank C. Owens, proprietor. WVill is
a good salesman and knows what to
do when he is behind the counter.
-The child of Rev. and Mr-s. F.
A. Drennan of Liberty-, died on Mon
day night. The little fellow was two
or three years old. Weo have not
learned any of the particulars of its
sickness and death.
~-W. R. Price lost a fine horse
last week from eating too many corn
cobs. Hie had shelled out forty
bushels of corn to grind into meal
rtnd the hor-so got to them and eat all
shte wanted. Her death was the re
-Married, at Catecchee, on last
Sunday night, at 9 o'clock, at the
residence of Mr'. J. A. C. Teat, Mr.
J. James to Miss (Corrie Garrett,
both of Anderson cnunty, J. Alonwo
Brown, N. P., officiating. The happy
young couple have the congratula
tiods af many friends.
-If y-ou fail to attend the milli
nery opening of the Hleath-Bruce.
Mor-row CJo, 3011 will miss seeing the
largest collection of hats, dress goods
trimmings, etc. that have ever been
displayed in this section. Don't for
get 'hoi date, Frislay and Saturday,
Ocotober (;th and 7th.
-Las, Fr iday night, while a num
bor of young p~eoplo were skating at
the rink, Shi1ne~y A das cameo ini con.
tact with o oe of thu largo swinging
lamps anid it fell to the fl'or with a
crash. Theli oil ignited upon the
floor and in an instant there wvas a
sheet of flame reaching from the floor
belowv to theo upper floor. By heroic
efforts on the parhlt of the boys the
fre was (xtinlguished and the build
a nt veown or
Hawins Tells -tory(. of Murderous
Sherift J. 0- Jennhings of Pickenm
county arrived in the city yester
day with a warrant for John Hen.
derson and Tom Vaughn, who are
i jail here charged with a murder
ous aassult upon J. D. Hawkns
near Calhoun more than twe
weeks ego. He will return to
Pickens with his prisoners this
lendersoh and Vaughn are the
two men who were arrested in the
weave room of the Olympia cotton
will by Deputy Sheriffs Knox and
Cathcart last Thuirsday afternoon,
as a result of a telephone conmn.
n 1 o a t i o t from Sheriff Gd
reath of Greenville. It was not
known at- the time whether tho
crime was committed in Greenvillo
or Pickins county and the delay
in removing the inen from Rich.
land jail has been duo to the fact
that it was necessary.to wait until
Hawkins had sufliciently regained
his senses to tell a coherent story
of the cf'ort to take his life. lie
has now improved sufficiently to
do this and- reiterates what he stat
ed at a former interval of consci
ousnesi, that Henderson and
Vaughn are the men who attacked
him and placed his almost helpless
and senseless body on the track of
the Southern railway to be crush
ed by an oncoming train, so as to
conceal the crime that had been
Sheriff Jennings stated Yester
day that from the information now
at hand it seems that lawkins
who resides at the Brandon mill at
Greenville, was on Saturday after
noon, Sept. 2, about to take a train
tor Easley, where he intended to
attend a meeting of the Odd Fel
lowsi, and had on his person $100
belonging to the order.
This money he showed to several
men with whom he was associating
that afternoon and a plot to roh
him was evidently determined up,
on by them.
After attempting several ruses
to get him to a point where the
robbery could be, committed witb
out fear of discovery, finally one of
them told Hawkins a scandalous
story concerning his family and
when Hawkins indignantly resent
ed the falsehood he was told that
if he would go with them the men
could carry him to the main who
had said it and would furnish
proof of its truth. It is supposed
that that night they got into an
empty freight oar of a passing
train andI rode as far as Cal
houn, wvhero they got off and start
ed on foot toward the Seneca river.
When about half way to the river
and near a sawv mill,llawkins conm.
panions attacked him w.Lfn heavy
scantlings striking several terriflic
blows on his head and one on his
left arm which broke it b)etween
the wrist and elbow. He was also
given a jab in the back with the
splinteredoend of a broken scant
Iing,which n'ade a frightful wound.
The blows on the wvounded man's
head had rendered him almost un
conscious but not entirely so, as
the assailants supposed. Hawkins
bleeding arid unable to raise his
hand to help himself, heard them
discuss the best way to dispose of
his body. It was nareed by them
to throw his body into the Seneca
river and gathering it u> they
started toward the rivir bank, but
wheni about half niay they saw the
wvatch man of the bridge approach-i
ing with a lighted Jan tern . Al
though he soon dlisappealed this
caused thoem to change their plan
andl it was then agreed to place the
body on the railroad track -to be
mangled uinder the wheels of the
next train. 'This was (lone anid
the would. be mur derers quic k ly
disappeared in the (darknless. 11law.
kius dimly realized that certain
death awaited himn unless lie coul d
crawl trom the track, mad.,~ a en
premo effort and managed to dlrag
his body to the outside of the Li ack
and roll dlown the emnbankment.
It will be remembered that lisa
groanis wore heard by Mr. and~ Mrs.
WV. A Chapman who were passing
on their way to church the next
morning, and the half (dead mani
was found and cared for at their
Henderson and iVaugh ni were
seen) at thie~jail yesterday and ask
ed for a stateum nt but they vigor
onaly denied any kanwlegno r .
k'iiow - lver. "r
I contipation. e0rId
01M. OP M O930R. M. 00. XA.UA. P...
connection with the affair. They
said thvqt they were in oompany
with Hawkins in Greenville during
the day but that they di Inot see
him at night, as they were both at
the Magnolia cafe and later at a
lawn party at the residence of Mr.
Whitesides. They claim to be able
to produce proof of this alibi.
Hawkins' statement is concil
sive proof that the assault occur
red in Pickenls county and the ei
tire matter is now ini the hands it
Sheriff Jennings.-Tho State.
Monday court convened with
Jndge Dantzler on the b-ch and all
the oflicials at their places. Aft--r
the .Judge charged the jury the
Solicitor handed theim i nuimber of
indictments which they looked into
and disposed of a follows: Some of
the cases were tri(ld, others were
continued. The General Sessions
closed Tuesday night and Wednes.
day morning the civil side was taken
up. Thern is enough business to
hold the court the rest of the week,
but it is believed that court will ad.
We give a complete synopsis of
the proceedings up to Tuesday night
Will Willis, violation dibpensary
law; true bill.
Joe liolden, violation dispensary
law; true bill. Tried in Defendents
absence; sealed sentence.
Robert Evans, violation dispensary
law; true bill Pead guilty to still.
ing, fice 6$ "100.00.
Berry A nderson, burglr3'; guiltv,
sentenced to eiglh& years on the
chain gang or like period in the
Ed Nalley and Bob Lee McCrack
in, gambling; true bill.
B C. Couch, two cases violation
dispensary inw; true bill. Guilty.
Compromised on payment of $200.
Joe Nix, gambling; no bill.
ut Bruck, assault and battery
with intent to kill; true bill Guilty.
Sentenced to one year in the chain
It. I. Ellison, gambling; true bill.
Conpromised on payment of $200.
Rosa Duke, murder; true bill. Not
Cole Dodson, assault and battery
with intent to kill. No bill.
Colo Do'dson andl Abe Grant, car
ryin~g consealed weap)ons; no b~ill.
B 0 Couch, violation dispensary
law; no bill in twvo cases.
Duff Mansell, violation dlispensai-y
law; no bil.
Nothing isked, Nothing Gained.
You risk nothing in buying Elliott's
Emulsified( Oil Liniment, b~ecanso you
got your, money back if not satisfIed.
Your gain is great, becausec you get the
best himnecnt ever mnadl. Best for Rhieu
mautism hest fot Spramsn and Swellings,
best for uso in~ the family and on yomr
stock. A full 1-2 pint bottle, costs but
25 ets. No risk, all gain.
All housekeepers are not bome
makers. Tiho housekeeper lets the
house take precedence of the pleas
ure of the husband, and many bright
happ:y hours with the children. The
homemaker may not be "perfection
pei'soniftied." However neatness and
cleanliness is her motto. She never
thinks of refusing a walk over the
fields with her husband or a pleasant
afternoon ride to a friend's on busi.
ness. By so dloing she feels fresher
and better to perform the duties that
perc'hance were left undone. She
tries to make home with her bright
presence the (may be) storms of sor.
row may harve swept over it, the place
wvhero each member of the family
can turn and feel there is love, pa.
tience and guidance awaiting them.
-- Oconee News.
Famous Fruit Farms of Texas,
Arkansas, Louisiana, and The Great
South WVest reached by the Cotton
Belt Route. You can purchase very
cheap roun~d trip "Home Seeker" tic
kets at Atlanto, Birmingham, Annis
ton Montgomery, and certain other
points any first or third Tuesday,
tickets bear final return limit of 21
dlays and allow stop overs any point
West of Memnhiis.
Ask for ticket to read by Memphis
and The Cotton Belt.
Write, L. P. Smith, Tray. Pass. Agt
A tlanta. Ga.
The trustees of Hlagood School Dis
tric' No 38 will let to the lowest bidder
hou repair'ng or Cold Spring school
houe on Saturday, October 14, tnt 2
o'clock, at the school house. Will have
the right to rejcct any or all bids.
P1xe it D9n on
"Why Won't ye Dye?"
Prepare for winter by dyeing your clothes and make them look like
new. We haive jlit received live gross of the celebrated Diamond
Dyes, with whili you canl find no fault. And we are thus prepared
for you. We also have IRieman Household Dyes in thirty different
colors. A package of this dye dyes any kind of fabric-cotton,
wool, silk or feathers-thus saving you the trouble of buying sov.
dra paekage sometimes. So oomo to see us and get prepared to
Plenty of Candy
-at 60 cents per pound.
Pigles Drg 0.
Can be pleased in their shoes if they come
to us. Our stock is large-selected with care.
Selected with the idea that good value makes
and holds customers. If you have not been
buying your shoes from us, try us next time
you need a pair.
Pride & Patton,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Cause of Insomnia. BUSINESS LOCALS.
Indigestion. nearly always disturbs
'he sleep more or less and is often the Come to G. 0. Young's, Picken a
auSe of insomnma. Many case buye been S. G, to get your watches, alock ,
ermanently cured by Chamberlain's seving machines, guns and revolvers
toach and Liver Tablots. For sale repaired. All work guaranteed.
by Piokens Drug Co.
Concert at Graded School. loeRzohefetsfeyrwi
There will be apnorecital given
in the vcekens Graded School audi. lorae-2 acsofan )
toriwn, Friday evening, SeptembermieofOta.Aplto. T
29th, for the benefit of the graded
school piano. Ln treilln aeawi.
TVhe program will consist of vocal tnadpoaedwi ae,
and instrumental numbers by two Jhsna. va fji...P
of the most talented musicians in Aavi' iknS . cw4,
South Carolina. In addition to this, Atrcoflnfrsaeha.
the original voices of the wvorld's Cl tti fie
grestest singers will be reproduced
by one of the largest phonographs A4eyoloigfrbunsSc
ever puit on public e'xhibitilin. The BgaLbry
n pertoire will run the gamut from ndyirclre'shstohi
the sublime to the ridiculous, and noPolesSoSopadgtapi(f
0ne ill be allowed to go away wvith- wa iltesosae~onot
out hlaving thoroughly enjoyed the
evening. Everybody is cordially in-makt"Oei"togachspre.
Mothiera! Mothers! Mothersi 12
How many children are at this season arsfr adstae ii
feverish and constipated with bad oeanoehlfmesfPoks
stomach headache. Mother Gray's1 'i s peddfr n ngo
Sweet Powders for Children will always saeo utvto.Tohroco
cure. If worms are present they wilcladblneinognlfrst
certainly remove them. At all drug
gists; 25c. Sample bottle mailed FREEIarbidnsan w eathue
A ddress Allen 8. Olmntead. LeRoy, o iepae ilsl o aho
Farmers Convention.MorwC.oIyM. aldnAt
TheFarer' cnvntin hldataore, ackepte, S.nc foC.eGl
~~~~~~~~md.Pickens H u.2 a dore Vii l eDofrgs C o. kcl
to met aain t Pcken the1sto Sal.e-ug2 are won rlairing,
r Mceve gane bCentra, et., C.nshd4ui
Mondy (Sleedy) Ot.. to istLands seneig at snabper prie
reprt o cetan omies nd urte andur probthd yoern taken;
thordisussthecottn stuaion and rgesA A reanbl te. Brokshdneop,
othe mater ofinteestalog Johernon to ,H wesh more' lack.J.th
agriultrallins. her istoeAetabl, icen, S.cke.s, ow.4C,
tie inineret f frmes'gniA a H. And forichchap
tions. Eerybodyinterestdinaoh at hap of littetig ~epa 1
pries f aricltual rodctsar Yckn Shet 2ho lbnd rie afpar of
specallyrequstettoemtenveolasting b1) oles tawl
Done by order of coneertion. to e nde ar~ e orn ot.oc
Joh T l~gg m at,"Oeskog at cl DMoese priceto
CoW 4e her galon- saod.erltem
one lone half mies of1( Picken
Thre Jror Cueil I olrh s atJ splndi far andl i go' ode
Ala, rlats a exerinceliehadw leRald baacer at originalfores.
servng n apett jmy n amurer a rli bilds a mnde tw litenat hoses
boun ouny, laama HoOle ong buresi Apt tol Heahi (orc
morbsinaverysooo fom. Iwa orronw Coin. rIv y . an, A
he mores' ionin mye ld t toricn, Pces h, or C.lip~odt
Picen ru sto. Aug. 29 wras ajorned henidoeair cuork m call
tore meet thagit. Pien he s bonttleug adwgo aiig
ond (S'aerday) Coc.2 thoreciv an ee bm.bhIg, Hner. nih in
I~iroeaReed insttadasayihapthat Hihr rc eas onabhiens.
lieporwts f et forittsad fur- et efgrgws o nhtnx
rther dncuit tohe iotn tion wand ob. A . .'r Mannne Br& sop,
oh~er matte of inst aong beter nex GoW. app. Ainhmare' aksmith
aicmuturln. Tere dose toue Me'sformnt ickpensaSo. C
mpeaetere w flow ajuonsn oere Brnast.regshckn n
fiestid inteae ofaner' oranizne bTher. nihest ieoaprcs, pladfr
mins Erbotlou'dy~h ithresediobAha of li"Fo n dcrtes ting cha oatJ
staohny T.eeLewis, -. J- T. Fene & Co.
Watch This Space
Folger & Thornley.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing
Goods a Specialt y
We are constantiy selling out
And we are constantly buying in
Every week brings us something 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 are now buying are
bought at prices that we can save you money. We
have no old accumulations to run off, but will se 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 bi bargains
in Men's and Women's Low-Cut Shoes anci Slippers.
You will do well to call on us whenever you need any-.
tling in Dry Goods, Hosiery, Underwear and Shoesi
A. K. Park, "es Greenville, S. C.
We are constantly receivirg our
and ask you to wvatch this space for bargains on
Shoes, Dry Goods, Notions, etc.
If you have anything to buy it will pay you to
see us. if you have Chickens, Eggs, Butter or
Beeswax, don't sell till you see us. Just now chick
ens are still scarce andl are bringoing a veynice
price. Come to see us.
Th'le ChIickeni Itaiser's Frienid.
70) acres of land near Marietta, S. C.,
on Pnmipkmitown road. *10 por aore.
1.20 acres near Travelers IRest,
joining hlands of Mr. Thos. Cunniughiami. Part of the latle'
\\atson old home. $15 per acro.
A lso small tracts of land, 20 to 50 acres.
We have also some very desirablo lots near o ' ylimits. These latue a
along the car hine-$60 each.
THACKSTON & SON