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LICATE WOMEN '
You will never get well and strong, bright, hap- Tlf
py, hearty and free from pain, intil you build up your P
constitution with a nerve refreshing, blood-making b
It Makes Pale Cheeks Pink
It Is a pure, harmless, medicinal tonic, made from. vegetable
ingredients, which relieve female pain and distress, such as headache,
backache, bowel ache, dizziness, chills, scanty or profuse menstru
ation, dragging down pains, etc.
It is a building, strength-making medicine for women, the only
medicine that is certain to do you good. Try it.
Sold by every druggest in $1.00 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER "YOV ARE FRIENDS
freely and frankly, in strictest confid- of mine," writes Mrs. F. L. J of
ence, telling us all your symptoms and Gallatin, Tenn.:
troubles. We will send free advice "For since taking Cardui I hv
(in plain sealed 'envelope), how to gained 35 lbs., and am in better health
cure them. Address: Ladies' Advisory than for the past 9 years. I tell my
Dept. The Chattanooga Medicine Co., husband that Cardul Is wordi Its
ooga, Tenn. weight in gold to all suffeuing ladies."
Safe and Sure.
6' 0 1
CURES COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS
WHOOPING COUGH SORE THROAT HOARSENESS
LOSS OF VOICE, L06SENS THE PHL GM AND EASES
EXPECTORATION, HEALS THE LUNGS.
Endorsed by leading physicians as the IEST remedy for
Children's Croup and Whooping Cough because
It contains NO OPIATES. The action of Ballard's Hore
hound Syrup is mild and benign,it is adapted to infants, as well
asadults of every variety of temperament and constitution.
Read This Remarlable 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 Horehound Syrup, and
It cured him. He is now a well man, but we always koop a bottle
in the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary diseases."
Easy to Talie; Sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guaranteed.
THREE SIZE Ss 25c, Soc, $1.00.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., - ST. LOUIS, MO.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
Express o Freight Prepin d
I in at rad~ius of 100 niilles.
fT wvill pay the people of the P'iedlmont sections to travel milesi
AMillinery and Shoes-the only genuine Diry Goods and Shoe
to tell you all the complimentary thing~s said to uIs on behalf of oi
are bound to be madec in its praise before we are through. No n1
full. We promised you that wvith tho opeCning of this niew store
any store in the Piedmont section. 'AVe p~romise~d to throw ever
For your patronage on the foundation of your own interest-no
dollars better off at the end of the season. Read today's list.
A great Ladies' T~ailor' Suit Departme(
This is the only mo)dern Ladlies' Tailor Suit D~epartt
north of Columbia 01r Atlanta. Tlhe department IS corr<
equipp1ed and elegantly furnished and stocked with a may'
cent stock of Suits, W\raps, Separate Skirts, Underskirts,
Come to Greenville for your clothes; no need to send i
from home now.
T e1N eW Milliniery I.egpartmieit
is actually wvorth a trip t-> Greenville to go through our
and millhnery department. Newv andi beautiful creation
marvelously lowv prices.
Au Uniibrella IEntgain.
clilo Ladies' Steel Rod Umbrellas, just the thing for sc]
1hilren, each 25 cents.
50 Cents Gent's Umbrellas, Steel Rod, full size, at 35 cc
yae ffer the very best I onsdale Cambric, see brand,
Tihe same thing without the~ brandoeCnpr
cheaper, the yard 10o cents. ,oecn e
100o pieces Nos. 9 and 12 All-Silk T'affeta Ribbon, b~est c<
ings, per yard 5 cents.
~100 pieces Nos. 40 andi 6o All-Silk Taffeta Ribbon, all
* ors, special 10 cents per yard.
Comne tO Gre<
y4J. THOSA RNC
The next meeting of this bodyj
ill. be held with s Peters Ortok
buch, 14 miles northeast of Pio1i.
1s, beginning Thursday, Oct. i2
he introductory service will b.'
reached the first day at 11 a. in
y Rev. D. W. Riott.
The following committees are
xpoctCd to be prosnt with full
Eporti ot deiouinattonal work a.,
Sitte of ,R ligion--Rev. .1. M
H~om( Nii-ion--Rev. J E.
Tomperatice- -i a I t bew'11 e i,
Orphanag.-S. II. Brown.
State Missions-ltev. B. E
Foreigl Misions --Rev D W.
Aged Minioters--Rev. A S.
Sno1day3 sehoo'8-,I. W. Ferid-.
Edu11caltin-T ,. T ,. IlugWIhe
Vsitor can riaitch ti piace.
from Greinville, Easley or 1ck.
01e by private ConveyanIce. The
dlegates are urged to b.
itresent the first day.
The Woman's Missionary socie
ty will hold a meeting the second
day of the 8c81sion of the Associa.
tion, and each church or soiety
are urged to send one or two lady
delegates to this meeting. Mrs.
Watson and Mi-. raylor, both of
3roonville, and enthusiastic work
ra are expected to be present and
Foley & Co., Chicago. originated
lonoy atd Tar as a throat and lung
emedy, and on account of the groat
nerit and popularity of Foley's Honey
aid Tar many imit.tions are offered for
,ho genuine. These worthless imita
,ious have sinilar sounding nanes. 1e
.vtre of them. Tho genuine Foloy's
1ione'y andI Tar is in a 3ellow package.
k for it aid rofuse any rubstitute.
[tia the heat remedy for coughs and
,olds. Pickeus Drug Co.
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Advice to Farmers.
To ib Fah i-r, of tf-0.cs Coun.
y. If you will just hold yotur cotton
,AT thev ma k t u- til the lasi of Octo
a$r ',ou %i.I get 12 cent a pound for
t. It nilo all be gathered by that
imo and you will find this the short.
1. crop that has been made for
Se pt. 21, 1905.
Curos Ooldes Prevents Pneumonlg
e'S New [
n order to do their trading at t
Department Store in Upper C~
ir new store since Tuesday last
tatter how complete this store
a new era in Greenville's retaili
y safe-guard around you in th
other would appeal to you. \
rnnt i,ooo plain He
et6o0 Ladies' F
actly cents, choice 5 ce
nmin- One lot fine sh<
etc. The above are
One lot 38-inc
green, garnet and
. One lot 56-inch
Suit skirts, actually wo
s at 54-inch Broadc
brown, the yard 7
too counter, our price
54-inch Twill I
special at, per yar
!ard The following v
75c, speciel sale pa
One lot beautifu
yard, 5o cents.
lor- One lot All-Silk
col- Remember -ve
new, as well an ev
he varied industies of our natioi,
W0 nay qDpare the wole strue
bUre to. reat oak of the forest
Agriohltare and mining may rep.
resent the boots and trunk, while
the various branches of our Indus
tries, ahd:the leaves of this tree
represent the literature of our age.
The agriculturist. and miiers g.,:
down into the bowels of the earth
and gathsr therefr.m the struetur
al material I hat upports th4 whole
svstem. Lot's compare the i.i.
portance aid st ngth of,.t ths.e
factors that go to build up uur
great nation. lle last census
showed that the fixed capital of,
American agriculture, com prising
the value of land, buildings, and
improvements, of implineits and
machinery and livo stock amount
ed in 1900 to about -twetty bil.
lion dollars, or four timos ',h tired
capital juvetted in manufacture,.
Farmers, whAt marinner of mnin aro
you, alywt)? Shall a clas of mten
that hold in their hands all th,
matorial, f'ood and raiment t)-at
supply the world, ask th--ir depen.
dents for aid to do that which they
can do for themselves? Is it not
true that it takes hay seed to grow
grass, and that all fleoth is grass?
Is it not also triei that if the plow
atops that all the wheels ot our
commerce also stop, and our shipsi
will rot at their wharfs? Farmers,
wake up, and show your manhood
by coming together in one power
ful body, and lay claim to yoiur
share of this world's goode Don't
stand about whining about what.
others are doing-like spoilt child
rnn-be men, ye men of the s1il
Got off Cheap.
He nay think well, lie has got off
cheap, who after having coutracted cou
stipation or indigestion,, is still "ble to
perfectly restore hiR health. Nothing
nill do this but Dr. Kings Nt-w Life
Pills. A quick, pleasant and certain
eure for headache, constipation, etc, 25c
at Pickens Drug Co. guaranteed
At Batesburg last Saturday a
most exciting political meetiog was
hold. Senator Tillman and Col.
John Boll Towell clashod in a de
bate and for several minutes the
scene was one of indescri bable con
For Infants and Children.
rho Kind You Have Always Bought
Rears the102 I,- - I
lis store. Thousands and thou
irolina. No such selections to I
the date our doors were opene
may seem to you, we are not sa
ng would dawn. We promised
at if you get dissatisfied with a
se Out' (
Ve want you to read every iine
nstitched Lawn, each i cent.
ure Linen, not one worth les
:er Linen Initial Goods, oc eac
the best values you ever saw foi
Dress Goods Bargains.
h~ All-Wool Panama Cloth, in
brown, per yard 50c.
All-Wool Kerseys, for fall suit
rth 75c, the yard Soc.
[oth, black, garnet, green, nm
Suiting, per yard 22y4c.
black, green and navy, worth
Ulack Broadcloth, looks like a
>th, in black, up to $2-50 the ya
Special Silk Values.
alues cannot be duplicated:
Fancy Taffetas for shirt waist
ice, per yard 59C.
1 fancy Cord Silk for waists an
Taff eta, in the popular shades, 5
ry yard of Silk in the housei
e~rything else. Don't delay--c
rent Meeting-The Blind Musiotan
Calhoun,, 8ept. 24.-Rev. W. P.
B. Kinard of Greenwood began a
tent meeting at. this place last
Saturday night. Mr. Sunderman
a young blind man who is at) ex,
pert. musiciani performs on the pi,
ano, while Mr. 8till leads the sing
ing. Rev. Kinarl preauhed to
the Clenison cidett Sunday after.
no .1, fd wil' p.-Ouch to them
again i.nxt SuidAy atirnoon.
The meeting will continue over
next Sunday and probably longer.
Mesais A. J. Boggs and Tup
Hester of Pickens, were here a
short while on last Friday.
Mrs. Dr. Shirley and children
of Oontral made a flying visit to
our town last week.
Mrs. R. A. Cochran visited her
son Mr 0. B. Cochran at Seneca
"Grandma" Jefferies is visiting
fri--nds here and attending the
meeting She expects to leave
for Menidiany, Mies, in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs T. T Meiares of
Seneca, attended the services here
Mr and Mrs. B. J. Johnson
were guests of Mrs. J. W. Cochran
Mr. G. W. Hendricks left this
rnorning to attend court at Pick
Mipses R s,% and Laura Law
rencH spi-nt a few hours at Mr. W.
A. Boggai' Sunday.
Mr. Lte A. Cochran visited
Rev. J. T. Carey is having his
residenco painted which adds to
its attractiveness. Mr. Matthews
of Central is doing the work.
Mr. DeWitt Masters of Anderson,
visited relatives here Saturday I
Hon. James P. Cary passed
tbrough, town yesterday. i
Mr. J. D. Hawkins who was
foind hurt here three weeks ago
has ben moved to his home in
Gr- enville, though unable to sit
up. He was still improving at
Mr. Grant has recently moved
o this place from near Oakway
md is engaged as saleaman for the
Irm, of Clinkscales & Smith. We
velcome him to our midst.
ands of dollars worth of brand
e found hereabouts as are to be
d to the public, nor would we ;
uisffed. There are yet many in
you we would sell you the desi
purchase your money will be re
of our advertising. If you dc
s than eight received
. makes o
the price. linery th
black, navy, week 59
s or separate cial sale
tyy, red and Keep
90c on any Not
$1.50 cloth; Departm
rd. price 6 I.
suits, value z case
d suits, per Ticking,
oc per yard.
s absolutely ACA '1
loose early. 1 2 I -2c. L
e to do' yo
"A RT M
The boys had a, little race last
nuday' nigbt. "The way of the
ransgressor is hard," and I guess
be man who came from a certain
nill in Greenville on last Sunday to
iire help fromu the Norris will
bought so after running a distance I
>f about six miles through the woods,
cross fields, jumping gulleys, etc.,
mild that without having time to eat
any supper. The poor fellow ran so
iard lie ran through a certain mor
,haliti house not tar from here
hiuking it was i ,ear path thr.igiu
,he woods. We will venturo the as
iortion that wbn Greeivillo needs
niH help again she will have to Lend
)ut a diffetirent man to hire it
Cotton is opeding fast and from
Ill appearance farmers say will be a
shorter crop than was expected at
Cateechee is as goad cotton mar
lot as there is in the county.
Mr. Walter Oraig who bad suffi
siently recovered fron a case of fever
,o be in his accustomed place in the
Jompany store has relapsed and is
For. low. Ilia friend hope he will
Mrs. R. W. Onild who has been
lisiting tArs. J. 1. Williams returned
inme last Saturday.
Mrs. Ira Shaw of Pelzer, visited
ter sister Mrs. 11. L. Huckabee last
Born unto Mr. apd Mrs. Mack
)udgons, a fine bo,.
Mr. Wil' Garvin, engineor on the
south ra, visited at Mr. P. Whiten's
if Norris lIst Sunday.
Miss Nettie Kelley, a charming
,oung lady 0i Liberty, R. F. D. No.
HEN1Y N. SNYDEI
Two degrees, A. 1B. and A. M. Fou
Departments-Ethics and Astronom'
iology, and Chemistry, Latin, Greek, i
ud Economic. Library and Librarian.
competent directov. J. B. Cleveland 8
f lectures by the ablest men on the platf,
;ession Sopt, 20.
Board from $8 to 810 a month. For
J. A. GAMEWELL, I
our Schools: Ari
System of W
Expenses Moderate. Op
new Dry Goods, Notions, Hosi
found in this New Depar-tme
Lttempt -to foretell the many n
iprovemnents to be made befor
rable, meritorious, wanted kini
funded quick as a wink, all of
and take advantage of our of
dlay, almost, something else in
The styles shown here are
a shown in the large citi'es. T
urs. We will give you more s
in you ever got before for youl
y-to-Wear this week.
t Misses' Felt Sailors, the 7
*t Misses' French Sailors, wort
Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, 99C to
your eye on this Millineiy De1
e the Followinig Unmnatcl
rds 28-inch Fancy Outing wor
Cotton Cheviot Dress Goods,
ent Store price b c.
36-inch heavy 7 T-2c Sheeting,
adies' white hemstitched Hand:
yards fine Embroideries, wor
garnet and red Prints, per yarc
>argains in Flannels-both cot
SPECIAL ALL THlE
'icking, per yard I 2c; Table 0
>nsdale Cambric, i i c.
Mr and Mrs H. bryant of Autler.
on, visited'at Mr. .B. P. Kelley's laet
Well Blue Eyes, we want some of
;bose cotton seeds when the-cotton is
ginned. It will save us getting mar
Well, Mr. Casper.Watson of this
Aaco can heat the record on snake
stories. 'On last Friday he caught a
rattle snake alive and put it in a box
that measured four and ono'half feet
in length and had nine rattles. He
3arried the reptilo to AiidorRoii coun
Ly for exhibition.
Wake tip correspundenta and give
us the news.
It was our pleasure to visit the
thriving little town of Liberty a4/
days ago. We were astonised it
the progress she has mado since the
cotton mill started there. It has
made numorous improvements.
The younig lady that was cir cula
ting a petition to raiso money for a
library for Mile Greck school will find
the same with J. Alon'.o Brown at
Cateechee. He has in his possession
such a petition, B.
What Is It?
The Cotton Association of South
Carolina wants you and your neigh.
bors to meet at Pickens U. 11. on
Monday, the 2nd day of October
next, at 10 o'clock a. m., to figure on
your cotton bales. Will you re
spond? Acting President.
Sears the Ik Kitd You [ave Mways Bogt
, LL. D., President;
r courses leading to the A. B. Degree.
r, Mathematics, Physics, and Geology,
nglish, German, and French, History
The W. E. Burnett gymnasium under
nience Hall. Athletic grounds. Course
arm. R-1re musical opportunities. Next
Catalogue or other information, addreas
;ee., Spartanburg, S. C.
'ns; September 27, '905.
Ai"lN SLOAN, President.
0 the nails if you can't
me. ProipIt atten tion. I
ery, Underwear, Suits, Wtaps,
nt Store. We couldn't begin
Lore favorable expressions that
-e our plans are carried out in
is of merchandise cheaper than
which we shall fill to the letter.
ferings, you'll be a good many
Ready-to-Wear Hats is
just the same as the
he same manufactnrer
tyle and quality in Mil- *
r money. Special runs.
5c grade, special thiis
11 $1.25 at 98c. Spe
>artment for style and
th 7 I-2c, our price 5c.
usual retail price I 5C,
the Department Store
ke--chiefs, our price 1c.
t15 to 25 on table
;on and wool--Jeans
i Cloth, per yard, I 2c;