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TI EI KENS SENTE.J0R
Entered April 28, 198 at Pickens,. 0.1, as sesond -also ,ster, under act of Congre
-O XX PICKENS, SOUTH CAR"OLINA, ENSAOTBR299
5 -4 4 . N O .22
Os. Ile firt of Nov mIber the lai
against killing game is of no fore
and from that time until next Maral
you can hunt and kill all the gam
you want to. It is to be hoped tha
the legislatore at its next assembling
will (ict-t restiingenit and prohibi
live 1ans against bunting ally kind o
game. The forest and the streani
have been depleted #sud a days trawl
probably nets the expert shooter v
dozen quail or a few bquirrels. or the
per sbvering angler a small string of
the flnny tribe or an all night tramp
results in a "mall o'possum. This
mhould not be so. Th true sport
enjoys bogging his gaine, and he
should have something to show for
his days outing.
Game of all kinds have )eon trap.
ped and hunted so persistently until
it is a very scarce article. "Bob.
whites," or the common quail of New
England, known as partridges in
these diggins, eat tons of weed seed
annually and should be protected by
-every farmer as his greatest boons.
The farmer should look upon' his
game as he does his chickens and
live stock and should protect them.
The too promiscuous babit of bunt.
ing has cleaned up the game and a
prohibitive ]a - should be passed pro.
tecting the game of this counitry
Fines and terms in prison abiould bi
the ultimatum for.violation and in i.
few years game would be again pleu.
tiful and recreation and full bags of
game .%ould show for the leg weari.
ness incident to a lays hunting. We
hope our farmers will protect the
game on their places as much as
Full of Tragic Meaning
Are tho3e lines from J. Hf. Simmuois of
Casey Iowa. Think what might have
resulted from his terrible cough if ho
iaaL not ieed the miedicitin he wrvites
about: "I had a fearful cough that dis.
tu bod my night's rest. I tried overy.
thing but nothing would relive it, until
I took Dr. Kihgs New Discovery foi
consumption, coughs, and cohid which
completely curod me." Instautly re.
lievei and permanently cures sill. throat
and lung diseases; prevents grip and
pneumonia. At Pickons Drng Co.
More than ten millions gallons leps
mi, Sci.hvii whiskey was used list. ai,
ins England than the year before. Be.
f.ro thm can be used as a Prohibition
text, it must be provud that the dedcit
was not made up in some smoother
The chief of constabulary, W. B.
Hamett of Columbia, was in Peikens,
town and county, last week, looking
the situation over, relative to putting
the constables back at work, where
ever needed, in the county. From
what can be gathered, an appeal had
been made to the governor for them
to be sent here. and from what he
could learn, ho r.eporte~d their ser.
vi' cs were need, d. This is not right,
the people did not do their duty
the could have changed conditions if
they would, They should have made
an efibrt to suppress the t raflic first,
then, if they were powverless, called
for help. We are glad they are back
for the law miust be enforced, and if
the citizens are unwilliing to help cin
force it, then let them pay the i
that others may be hired to do the
wvork. All we ask of the constables,
on behalf of the citizens of the conui
ty, is to do their whole duty. Do
not make flesh of onie and fowl of the
The tissues of the throat are
inflamed and ir ritate d; you
cough, and there is more irrita
tion-more coughing. You take
a cough mixture and it eases the
irritatio n-for a while. You take
and it cures the cold. That's
what is necessary. It soothes the
throat because it reduces the
irritation ; cures the cold because
it drives out the inflammation
b)uilds5 up the weakened tissues
because it nourishes themi back
to their natural strength. TIhat's
how Scott's Emulsion deals with
a sore throat, a cough, a cold
wE'LL. SEND YoU
A SAMPLa FREE,
4 SCOTT & BOWNE "W l
Picckens county is on a rush I
made great torts to keep in frori
heavily, hence we are in a positi,
been able to do in the past. We
make things hum from now until
Dress Goods, Tr
Tremendous stock of woollei
you visit larger towne you will ti(
to choose from. Big stock of stal
cotton was selling tor 71c We I
prices, but below we give you a fe
5000 yards Easley Sheeting i
One lot Plaid at only 5o, wou
One lot. Outing at only 5.
One lot Outing only 71c, woi
One lot extra heavy Outing c
All kinds of Bleaching, T
etc.. at prices that manufacturer
A tremendous stock. all pric
live your t-ize, style and collar,
ROBERT R. ROARK
A Good Business Man and a Fresh, Clean Stock v
The pre sent brick building now H'N kfr~il ~ y~i oe
usedt by3 R. P Iteeark was er' et.d( ~i. s tnty"ismto
Po'tmasttr A. M. Mournes i 1896,Balb' hsjrItteodcolI
and ocenpied b3 him for some timeprpryi huatudoLovadj
fteru ard; hut a miultiphecity of ina o~it' hebidn nua
1. rests anid failing heal1th caiused M stt ae ~ a~ at' f iaai n
\lorris to seek a less confining~ --c. -a v .a'ittui wt.iedte pru
-antion and o,'e ov-ng h m ix.' P a io ' 'e-fet uN wo fte
out of doors. lHe wvent te. t he t a. ee sf.rter.aet rgad
l~nse his uddii cudH~'I~ I Hi 1)~is. ill for eh aind "your~ mIoey I
'atohi f g. *~u e fa 'l h ar, a haet if te - uied a is t to. wil h
had eenhis naf iii' hea Bob, h 's bughtthe ld chi'aool'
iw ~ ~ ~~~poetyi he etfsuh.ki eit1~ 1as c1 of1 town and wi[
Ic ol ef te eti'i~'I. e~a~I as'~ 1 co a1verte d teug buig into as
titb'd tatid usa I.'let. a l~t ae bede, a illnoodious dwell in tHe
.'i'ack isetheebapp..;huaandiof la smarteand I
lie Iti('al iei~ilii- ~ *ve r a don.i w iif dthe roud 81(
fathm of :no f ineb y, h i th ey
*tt~t.g a~(ii~a'ieIt 1! st ilr-.1 1 a 'k s i r (lt~thei palits' ore gald- a
lasd i s ebuLht i ad s ld 'ii intr ts ae Ilel i k fine , bu it en
pr toko god atit rk .ho a In - a i thr ars t hey il rb
Ahad bee ise c. r tf . te e~ I i st a l .a di f..he r'~ ti'A h. atr
k ol o hebun . oa b( ted l * ''Ita k <i as a nd' t a
sbyldiit, and. ( ta the hur a~ i'aee a trand-aewilbodn i h
H ins k o e rvsie in at ir to ' . -Ii rsrsik n
al . - teit . e, a w on ia ei 1- a yo dew hbiy u ila
eni lng friv,0h e j af. v n .ru. aS 4 - + I 1 ugh ad . ur
k, Lowest Pric
o the front in the way of progress i
.t of the proession. All kinds of in
m to sell you all kinds of mercha
have. done more business than i1
i and stnple Dress Goods. If
t find as complete assortments
les bought last 'summer when
taven't space to quote many
6t only 5c, worth 6c.
ld be cheap at 7c.
inly 10c, worth 121c.
oking, Ducks, Dinmies, Joans.
would not earo to duplicate.
s, from $2.00 to.$10 00. We
and at prices you cannot du
It is a mystery what a change
ne night's. time can bring about. I
esterday (Sunday) afternoon it t
Fas warm and pleasant and green I
aliage bad its natural appearance, t
ut about the time the sun was .1
iding her luminous face behind t
be western horizon the air so- a
amed a different feeling, and by a
edtime blankets and quilts were t
rought forth from their place of
ay and a regular good winter t,
ight's sleep was had. This (Mon- c
ay) morning old1 mother earth s
as white with frosL and over-- c
>ats and capes are in de-mand. v
verything of a green nature that I
as so lovely just twelve hours ago n
E. N. Whitmire, who has been i
de general manager of tho Com-. l
an' store hero, leaves in a few
aye to accept a position as cashier I
f a bank in Georgia.
Blerry Gary, ot Liberty, who has e
een clerking for Messrs. Chap- i:
inn & Callaham for about 1.0 or n'
2 years, has been elected general
mianager of the company's store I
oe. Berry is a P'ickens c'ounfty
loy andl we ar.e sincerely glad he
a 10 Cast his8 lot with the good po.
>le of Cateochee.
Mr, Taylor, of Get rgia, who ha~s
een clerking he-ro for some tunte,
eaves for Fiorida in a few dlays to
reccept a position ini that ca t
Joh n For tune, who iu' th e b) >
pinner hero, sco mp)anied by his
sife, visited at Pwedm "nl last tSat-.
irday and Sunday
The Misses Nor ri, of Oriase.
Dr Gastone JustLice, to the r*'gret
f his nn friends, leaves No v 1let
for Atlanta to accept a pohition i1
the hospital t here.
Norris now has a nowtegrh
operator in the person of M. A.
Bell, of Rieb land, 8. 0.
Norris is on a boom. J C. Gar
rett & Son, are do.ing a geinoral
merchantdisatg buseee. an~d I D).
Rice has moved to that towni and
wtll open up a no'w stock of goods~
in a few days At the pamn tim
T. 0. Robinson., J. A. Whiteni anid
:es and Bigge
tid we have not been usleep as (
erchandise has been advancing anid
ndise3 at old prices-even lower in
i any previous year, and to swell
Men's Olothimpig 310d
Men-and young nen of tas o
any further than in our Clothin
of Pants or an Overcoat with
Eclipse Clothing, as well as other
not be quetioned its to fashion, fit
our $5.00, $7 50, $10.00, $1.5 00 an
We are )roud of our Boys' Cl
we represent in this line are of t
a rgost m this sectioi. Big line i
It you niss our Sho Departm
of the larget and most. complei
Some of the Birmingham stock lei
If it.'s Furnitura you want yot
ours. We buy in solid cars, save fr
L G Phillips are, holding frth at
heir reapoctivo places. The next
:hing in order f->r Norris is a cot.
on mill. Whoop it up, gentle.
nmin; that is the way to bui id up a
own. Norris would b, ono of the
eat pla!os in the county for a ect
on mill if run by electricity. If
plant was put in at the lionter
heals anid get power from there
-ie site at Norris can't he beat.
Then the next thing in irder is
> CUt off the lower p~rt of I 'ickensj
unty, the upper edge of .\ndter-I
)In county and part of ( couea
ounty and make another * ounty
'ith Easley as the county seat.
Ls it is on the Southern r tilway
11( a beautiful pla~ce it wciuld be
er moure Convenient for thos lhv
gso far away from the court
Mr. Cliftoni Woodson, wh~o has
een in Western North Cerolina
ir somTe tim.' solling maps, r.-tuir'n
d honme last week. From all ap
earances the miountajin water has
gre-d with Cliff.
Cot toni is comTIinrg ini wihh a rush
pJ to niooni today, Oct . 2n8d, th.
- rrlH (2ottoi.) N ill bu's bought I ,090
es(' th is fal l'Th..y hi ave hough:t
-vent tb' ales todias, thle largest
mount they have ever bought in
Wo have' been requoJstedl to ans
101u1Ce that Miss Marly llughes
vi' *p.n sch oolI at~ CaA eche IiIoin
ne th I in stant. Pa rents, take
otice anid cind youri chilidlr.'n the
irst day. B.
How'i :o (iure ('erna nd1114 Ilunionls.
F oi st ok sIe o - n. wtr i toin in fwar
water to) loftent it; fben 'i rle it, ow n as
Ilosua as( p oijtithot, awi ng l
blood aimqll. applr l y i~erd'iPkino
I )sly (f. r 11( '1v . . io i t.'ich aplieton
day's taproesi rom thie shoe.gs at
nal sinintant tor spriaint bruyiss
maide upi or thirteen different eleme~nts,
>f which five ae gases and eight
Bears the I1h8 Kind Youl have Always Bought
the__law,_even__ifthey __dohold _ permits,
unles tey pocuo lbelsfro th
Bear th IhoKin YOU881 Alwys 04A
Stgatd e oramduon apstlcad
Yinuou ma ls u a t i
face," but you must not dun him on
a postal catril. If you do, Uncle Sam
ill get you, sture enough.
CRoa.e~g a be.u~fe tre halr.
Many a man's whinning ways are
dute to the way he deals tho cards.
con *4 h
$DCH LOS BROS. Co. )
'LMOI4Z .qn NE~W YOnig
the best makers wve know,I
Suits $12 to $25
120 S. Main Street(
5GREEN V1LLE, S. 0.
- '.r 9,
o the qonditious. Wo havo
wo looke, ahead and bought
m1any instanflces thant we havo
that increase we aro going to
and economy-need not look
Dopartment for a Suit, pair
style, quality and fit. The
good makes wo handle, need
and wear. You should see
1 $18.50 suits.
othing. The manufacturers
ho best, and our stock is the
'anging in prico from $1.25
ont you will miss9 snoing ono
10 assortmeni ts to b fOund.
Ft going at '50 on the (10lar11.
I can't afford to muis sooing
eight and got a big discoiut.
A late decision by Attorney Goner
al relative to tho shippng into thif
stato and the Storing of whiskey is t<
the eff.e t that Section 555 of th<
Criminal Code says that fli) mia no
facitre, sale, barter, or exchange, re.
ceipt or neceptnuco for nilawful use,
delivery, I-tor mg antd ke-eping in pos.
session within this atate of any liquor
wvhichu ,otin alcohot100)0 and is used
as~ a1 be) ag <dl~~(xcept as8 is provided(
in I he dlispenisary lawv, is proh ibited
underl~ a penlatl y. By a r'uh ng of the
Suprene Court it is held that under
the diS p' nsarty law it ia a criminal of
fouei~ to st ore or keep li(Ipmr'i for per
sonal use without having fixed on the I
fromi thle State Cot1ncnssonler. Un
dler this phase of the law tall clumbs
andi~ hotels having bar privileges, and
all persons ordering front withot L .01
state, for their own tuse, are violating
The New B
this year is the "lymi
pia 3 Btutton Sack.
lIn tis., ais you see
Sfrom the dirawitng, you
hav'e one0 of the most
stylish suats of the year.
Tecoat is longer than
dlers in an easy, com..
fortable fashion, leaving
pleity of room all
*It takes goodl design..
ing and thorough tail
orimg to make these
stylhsh "loose models"'
look just right-that's
why we buy them from
Schloss Bros. & Co,, of B
Fall and Winter