Are Never Without F
Under date of January 10, 1897, Dr.
Hartman received the following letter:
"My wife has been a sufferer from a
complication of diseases for the past
twenty-five years. Her case has bailled
the skill of some of the most noted phy
sicians. One of her worst troubles was
chronic constipation of several years'
standing. She was also passing through
th at most critical period in the life of a
woman-change of life. .
"in June, 1895, 1 wrote to yon about her
case. You advised a course of Peruna
and Nianalin, which we at once coin
nenced, and have to say it completely
"About the same time I wrote you
about my own case of catarrh, which
had been of twenty-five years' standing.
At times I was almost past going. I
commenced to use Peruna accordlag to
your Instructions and continued its use
for about a year, and it has completely
cured me. Your remedies do all that
you claim for them, and even more."
John 0. Aikinson.
In a letter dated January 1, 1900, Mr.
Atkinson says, after flive years' exper
ience with Peruna:
"I will ever continue to speak a good
word for Peruna. I am sill/ cured of
catarrh. "---John 0. Atkluson, lade
pendence, Mo., Box 272.
flaDhiuns 0! a Local and Personal Nature
--Don't fail to hear Luther Man.
ship ot Pickens auditrium on Nov. 2.
-Mr. and Mrs. Hienry Richardson
of Liberty spent Monday in Pickenis.
-T. J. McDoal lost a fine Cow
Sunday from: Texas fever.
- Ka p your eye on our advcrtiig
coluimns and you will know where to
-Henry Lawren~ce, col., brought
to this office the other day an egg
planit, of his own raising that weighed
--D'en't fail to read the ad of Craig
B~ron. in this issue. They carry a
nice line of goods and will put them
to you at the right prices.
-Rev. B. E Grandy' will preach
at the residence of Rev. Thomas
Looper on the third Sunfday after
noon in this month at 8 p. mn.
--T. D). Harris spent a few day-sat
the Georgia State Fair. lie had a
splendid trip, and, as usual, put in
a good word for Pickena whenever
- One of the best delineators on
the American stage is Luther Man
ship. Don't fail to hear him tomor
row (Th':rsda,) night in the Pickens
Auid i toriumn.
-Thue -Supervisor of Fairfield
county- has order-ed an election upon
the qnestion of the removal of the
dispensar-y out of the county to ho
hold on December 12th.
-Dr. John RL. Riley died in Br-evard
N. C., a few days ago). Hie had been
there all the sumimer- for his health.
Dr. Riley was 'i6 yeers of age and
was an eminent PrebyIterian~ divine
and educator, H-e supplied churches
in Pickens county' for a nuamber of
years and was an instr-uctor in the
old Piedmont Instute; ho also ser ved
thia county as Supt. of Edrcation for
--WoV direct y-our sttention to the
adver-tisemenit of' the llobbs HoLndor
son Co. They handle dry goodsi,
shoop, clothing and gents furnishuinmgs
aind carry as nice asortmnent ne canl
be foundi anyw~her,- and e.mervthing
iS hought right and sold right, and
YOU "ijil loso nothing by trading
with them.. El'Jml Scaborn, a Pm-k
ens county h* yv~ ofloe bu. cldes quahi
fieami [n,. !s *'ithz t ham and wvill bet
glad to servei his manym friends.
A high-class preparation for til
as glossy[and prevents splitting a
.KS AT HOME
le-ru-na in the Home
Mrs. Alls Schwandt, Sanborn, Minn.,
"I have been troubled with rheuma
tism and catarrh for twenty-five years.
Could not sleep day or night. After
having used Peruna I can sleep and
nothing bothers me now. If Ieveram
affected with any kind of sickness
Peruna will be the medicine I shall
.use. My son was cured of catarrh of
the larynx by Peruna. "---Mrs. Alla
Why Old People are Especially Liable
to Systemic Catarrh.
When old age comes on, catarrhal dis
eases come also. Systemic catarrh is
almost universal in old people.
This explains why Peruna has become
so indispensable to old people. Peruna
is their safeguard. Peruna is the only
remedy yet devised that entirely meets
these cases. Nothing but an effective
systemic remedy can cure them.
A reward of $10,000 has been deposited
In the Market Exchange Bank, Colum
bus, Ohio, as a guarantee that the above
testimonials are genuine; that we hold
In our possession authentic letters oor
tifying to the same. During many
years' adv.rtising we have never used,
in part or in whole, a single spurious
testimonial. Every one of our testi
monials are genuine and in the words
of the one whose name is appended.
- ho vill be a shower of stars on
the 18th. Loohout for them.
- -J., P. Carey Jr. has accepted a
position with the H. B. M. Co.
-Mrd. M. A. Hollingsworth of
Easley visited in Pickens this week.
--Hon, and Mrs. T1. J. Mauldin
attende~d the State Fajir at Columbia.
--Plenty of seals if you come ear
13' to bear Luther Manship tomorrow
--Cotton stays around~ the 10c
mark and3( thu farmers continue to
put it on the market,
---J. A. Durham of Westminster,
and McD. Weamns of Central, visited
in Pickens this week.
-The Hugood School District no.
37 will open Monday Nov. 13th with
Miss Mattie Bowen, teacher.
--Come and bring the whole fam
ily to hlear Luther Manship Nov. 2d
in the Pickens Auditorinm.
--Mrs. Stokeley E. Farr and two
little dalughters. L'uise anid (Orystal,
of Litle. Rock, Ark., are on a visit to
Mrs. IFarr's sister, Mrs. H. M. Hea
ter, in Pickens.
- Lots of Pickens count~y people.
are attending the Piedmont fair in
Greenville this w elk. Groat prepa
rationi has been made for the pen.
pie's entertainment and a fine time
is assured all who attend. T1he fair
closes Friday night.
-Two hours of enjoyable fun at
the school house tomorrow night.
A re you coming?
--Miss Eva Hegood, of Marriotta
spe'nt last week in Pickens, the' guest
of her cousin), Mrs. .J. McD. Bruce.
-Luther Manship, t o mu r ro w
night, wvill not gise a lecture, but
will give character sketches, b)llninlg
humor and ( pathlos inito an0 eveninug of
entertaillnment. l).n't fail to b)e
pren(Lt. Tickt t. on &iale~ at the1 'lou r
at 7 p m,.; n ntertai nmrent b egi ns
p)romnptly at 8
-Mrs A. lh. Wanrdlaiw, lali Miso
Gertrude Anstin, are on a visit to th
formrnst parents, Capt andl Alcra. J 'hni
IFerguson of Pickeuns
.\lr Pend3(leton E~ Alex,~ mler, of
S-ebcav, N. (1. ai formier citizoi of this
co)unvty, has1 been o~n a visit to
relatives overI on this s1(I anid spint
Monday in' Pickensa with friends.
-Don't forget that Luther Man
shIip) appearslI ini t .he hool and~itoriumfl
( Ihoir(day) t(Im11rrow' ight. If yonl
fail to aittendt.
ehair. Keeps the hair sort and
t the ends. Cures dandruff and
hair. "**5 *--'*F*
Off -your neighbors shou]
they can buy their "SAN
mas. We are going to
prices are going to be rig
Plenty of Candy
Gideon Ellis Dead.
On Monday morninLr, October 30th
'he remains of Gideon Ellis wer laid
'o rest. ii the famriil' lot at Bethlehem
>urying ground. Ile died 'edeienlyI
3aiuriny night Ooto or 28r,, For
rears he had I)- e ei tei but not
+eriously, 161eg nuie t icai m L.1 1
Bro Ellis wam a lif.- lu'g iemiber
.t the Nlethodist church and for sev
-ral .ears an eflicient oilicial He
avd Iia church, her polity, 'Ir doe
rmes anud her inistitutionsm whico io
iberally supported. Wo I I d w i d e
iva -*relzation wias near to b haan,
SWa also :11 a18111111 educ qil. III 141ed
t - iv gave of his mentsje t,- ebase ciai.
IArly it tbis year he gave a check
for $25 to the Granbur, College in
3razil to help educate Christian na
Lives to carry tho Gospel to thteir
bret'hreu who do not know Christ.
"Uncle Gideon," as we all called
him, was over 80 years old and had
been twice married. He was mar
ried some 55 years ago to Miss Susai.
Adeline McWhorter. This proved to
be a union for half a century when
Sister Ellis took her departure to the
This summer he was again married
to Mrs. H~aynes Pairrott who still suJ.
vives him. Four children still liva to
mourn their loss: Johbn, Robert,
Ge'orge and Mrs. J. M! Gillespie
ni hle several others preceded their
paremas to their long homt-. He waa
a good provider and a man of toil.
Bro. Ellis was a good citizen a~d
full of patriotismn. For four long
years he auuntended in arms for
Southern righta and was never
known to shirk his duty. Hie loved
the "land of Dixiu" and boasted that
ho was a South Carolinani.
As a Christian B~ro. Ellis was a
firw belIieverim regeneration and ho
linmess. WVe hope it is wvell with his
Mtay the' Holv' Spir'it comifor?. those
that moure,. Watch, lest the Macstar
come suddenly for you.
0 M. A bney.
tIeautiful Birthday Party.
The birthday party wvbmb was giv
en Tuesday eveneing at the home of
Miss Sallie lloroughcs w'as of miore
than rsual interest. T'he popularity
of Mise Boroughs brought together a
large assemblage of lrominent 'ceo
pie on this occasion. The dining
room was a vision of beauty being
dlecorated in white and green-sittr
pie but none the loss beautiful
Promptly at 8:30 "'clock the young
peop lte enite re di tha uea.non ronm iad
supper was enijoyed biy all. Those
presenit wvere: Misses Alma Ulayton,
.Artie Smith, Ada (Gouldk-ck, Docra
Oiay gotn, Eva Cl1'Ien, Eta P~arro tt,
Etta Morgan, Ger'tio Boggs, Kate
Parrot t, Le'na Balenetine, Maytme Par.
ro? t, \ii o~a \f'-&an, NI rtia S'eaith,
Noree-n Boigg.s, 'tleesar. Arthur Lew
is, Olaneil Balentime, Ed Seaborn,
Eugene, Lewis, Fe anik Ferguson,
Geor'g. Lewis, Henry Balaentine,
Harison) \l organ, John aia Madden,
Osceer \?uorgae , St.sles Barron, WVatla
Grong, WValter Seabor'n, Walter P'ar.
On the mci ning of October, 18th.
1905, the Angel of Death visited the
home of "Ire. Menca Hughes and car
ried away little Willie, aged eight
metiths aned flfreen days Mlourn not
Heo was too pure for this bleak world of ours,
A nd Glod has isety called him home
To bloom inc heaven's unfolding bowers.
where sweetent Iiowor.c over bloom.
Soft as the breerze that sumcmer bringe
Theli death shades o'er hit bosom ustole
And gently as the early due, aroe
To heaven his ransomed soul,
You sticlken ones forget your grrief
ders by telling-then where
rA CLAUS" this Christ
have the goods and the
-at 60 cents per pound.
Your lovely child has fied to henvet
Where parting words are heard no znore
And loves' bright chuin is never riven.
He IN a flower in Paradise
A jewel on his Saviour's brow
Your loss is heaven's gain--cep not
lie is an angel n3ow
Coubin Essie Lnmpkin.
Khe Ind You lave AIwa Bough
excursions in Pullman Tourist siep.
ing cars from (Ihicago to San 1ran.
ieico, Los Augeles and Portland,
without ebingie, via the Chicngo,
Union Pacific at(] Not thwestort. Line.
00ooni ..t ono %an% tickets will b(- on
aasle during Seteler and October
at only $33 00 from Chicago, with
correspond i ugly low rates from other
)ointe. D.-ble berth in tomist
sleeping cars only $7 00. Booklets,
vith maps and full information sent
on receipt of 4 cents in stamps. W.
B. Kniskern, P. T. M., C. & N. W.
Ry , Chicago.
For Salo -Four large mules, two
second-hand 2-horse wagons and hal
ness at a bargain. A. M. Morris.
For Sale-At my residence on
Nov. 15, 1905, to save moving, l)t of
farming tools, furniture, cattle~, pigs,
corn and fodder. sale begins at 10
a. mn. Robert Stewart, Alexander,
For Sale-Pure Blue Straw Seed
WVheat f:>,r sale at $15 pe ir bushel.
George A. llis. 4t
You bring the picture to R. L
Henderson, the photographer; he
will make the frame. Will makeA
you four nice cabinet phlot graphs
and give 3you a beautiful gilt fiamon
for $1. Over Craig Bros. store. 4t
All accounts, notes and isortgnigea
due and unipaid to the estate of Dr.
G. W. Earle on the 1st day of De.
next will be sold at nublic sale. 'hie
estate must be settled at once; this is
the last notice. C. E. Robinson, Ex'r.
Car load of the best flour on ile
market, '-Obelisk" to go ateclose prices.
C'ome and get som11. HI. A. Richey.
Wh'en ill need of repair work call
onl me. Huggy and wagon repairing,
wheel buling, etc., finished up mi
tirst class shape at reasonable prices.
Let me tigure with you on that next
job. A. A Mann, in the~ Brock shop,
next to W. H. Ashmnore's blacksmith
establishment, Pickens, S. C,
Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
See me before you buy. Something
special for old men and women.
A lot of bedsteads and chairs cheap
Look at my cheap dross goods.
T. D. Harris.
C IT A TION.
STATE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA
County of Pickens,
By J. B. Newbery, Esquire, Prob: to
Whereas, G. A. Ellis made suit
to me to grant him letters of., adminisa
tration of the estate .f and eficots of
Gidon Ellis, deceased.
TiRiasE ARHM THEluRoR to oife" and
admorish all and singular the kinldred
and or. ditors of the said (Gidon'
Ellis, deceased, that they be an.t ap.
p ear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Pickens Qourt Hlouse,
8. O,, on the 15th day of Nov., 1905,
after publication. hercof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any the'y
have, why the said administration shoul'd
not be granted,
Given tunder my hand and seal, this
the 81st day of Oct., 1905, in the 180th
year of our Independence.
J. B. Newhery,
_____ ______ J. P. P. 0.
Notice of Sale.
By virtue of a11 ol der of J. B. New
bery, Probate 3odge for Piokens eons
ty, we will sell f66 the late rcuide'nce of
Thios. H. Gaseway, decena.-d, on thes
20th day of November, 1905, to the
highest b'dder for cash, the following
described personal property: Five head
of mules, one hog, farming tools, corn,
fo Ider, hay, wheat, cotton seed and
many other articles.
Clarisa L. Gassaway,
Olara T. ldedden,
Piekens, 8. 0., Nov. 1, 1905. St
NEW FALL 0DS
Car Loads of 'Em.
Largest stock. Lowest Prices.
WE have by far one of th- largest displays of )Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Gents'
Frnishings, Furniture, Hardware, Buggies .and Wagons ever brought to this part of
the country. Both our stores aie packed to overflowing, and still new goods fresh from the
markets are coming in every lay. Our prices are right for the simple reason that we bought
everything before the advance in prices and we are therefore enabled to give our customers
the advamage of these extremely low prices.
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
In this liuo we havo spared neither time tior exponse to throw before the trading public one of the most
up to date and best (lecte d stuck of DIrE4fs (Goodm ever shown in thtis part of the country. Everything ini
Woollen Drss Goods, Cassin(-cs, Wi-r-steds, Broadeloths, Heriift f 1s, SkitigS and WaistingS, with Laces and
lrimmings to tuheb. Oting', MJeana, Fan6el, Percales, Kersoes, Dress Ginghams and Calicoes at the old
pi('s. < Ia fbet our eniiie line of dry goods will go f at the old prices --cheaper than we could buy some of them
touf. I),,'t fall t"i see (hi assortmUt ot EW4hl.-617s w- are showing, 8 to 50c per yard. Big line of Jackets,
Stkirtea, Wuists and Uiderskirts. Jackis ftoi, $1 50 to $7 50; Skirts f iom $100 to $7.00, any style and color.
This is onr miniii line and our pride--the line (.n which we defy competition. Seven yeare' experience
stud ig the line a1-1 olosely as we have 'natIs us to place before onr cstom) rs the best gooda for J
thut tle inarket Ifforl.S. Fit, Ztyle and ('tality are three estcutial things that go to make good el .
ciothing ha- all of these qutalities, and are right it, price.
Suits for Childrein, smzes 4%1 to 17, ran"igg inl price finnu 75c to $0.00.
Suits for Youths' from $2 50 to A'10.00.
Sni.s for Mien from 83.00 to $17.50.
Extra Pants for Boys, 4-1 to 17,3, pr'ce 25a to $1 00.
Youths' Pants 75a to 83 00.
Men's Iants, all sizes, $1 00 to $6.00.
Overcvats for everybody, big, little, Ol and yoing, $2 50 to $17.50; ill colors aI styles.
Among the many differcet lines of (lothing wo liidle nro ithe celebrated "Horse Shoe" brand
"Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Make" for boys. We also represent the Interiationail Tailoring Co., one of th
ing concerns in the world. S,"o us for aInything you an y need in the clothing or gets' furnishi
Shoes. Shoes. Shoes.
For the past, live years our shoo sales have beeni st,-adily in creasing 'till now we sell five times ti
did the first year we were in business. The secret (if this is very simple- -we sell nothing buit first
and everybody3 is 11indinlg it ouit. A mong thu iiuany popular brands we car'ry are the old renowned
for men~q, women~l and childre.n; t he best sh'in, as everybody knows, onl er.rth for the money. The G.
the Walkover Shoe for meni at $3:b50 anu S4 (0t, thle Stetson Shoe1 fo me at $5 00 and $6 00. 8~
vanc'ed fromi 10c to 20c per' palir ini the laMt t wo wveeks, but e~veryI por ini the hiouse was bought befoi
in leather, and wvill gro at t he samti ol prices.~
Furniture, Ihardware, Stoves,
Trho entire upper Iloors of 0our store~s are dk-n.tode (excl usively t o VFurniture i. ha yinrg FuLrnliture .
bolid1 car lorsae s us1 ini a posit iim to saive yotiu in ml10 to 15 per coi en on nything you ma-yl neoed
ture line. Solid Oak Suits fre s12 50I' to ()0. Oak D resu-rs from~ *5 00 to $15 00. Oak Beds :,
$8.00. Saifes $2.50 to $6.00. Bi..: line of Tlrumks, Suitchecls, Rugs, Art Squares and !inchines.
agents for the New Homeo Sewing anchine, oner of I lie best irmak-. IBoggies, WVagons, and Surr.
Wagun and Chase City Buggy. The old relialo M alihl is Mtill monarch of the road and always
higher in price, pecrhaups, but so much better' in wear. Jult received a car of Barbed Wire anti N . .
lot of Poultry Netting.
Pick~ens has the reputationi of beinig one of thei best cott(on iiiarka-ts in the state, so bring your cotton to the
"banner town of the county," and don't forget while here thatnt Folger & PThornles have the reputation of selling
good goods at the righit prices. (Call on us amid be conivincedl.
FOLUER & THORNLEy.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing G.oods a sp~ecialty. Agents for Battle Axe
Shoes, Stetson Hats, Stetson Shoes, Mitchell WVagons, Carhart Overalls and Harrison Town
and Country Paint.
AT TIE OLDSAND.
M R. EDITOR: P.lease say to your roa'lors and my friends that I am ''still at the O~d Standh," with a
Complete linee of Rtelijable goods which I have for their inispection aind Bale at very close figuros. In
fact, at the prices which I amn <juoting I emIsider the goods aro R-nro Plargains. Tolll them that I
carry a little (if "ianythin-z and everything," and am~i selling at a close profit.
IF? YOU NEED) II EAVY WINTER SHOE1i, We have themn; also, SUITS, PANTS, UNDER.
WEAR end H EA VY KN IT SHIRTS; also, a goodl line of OVERSHOKs.
Firom no0w until Christmasi we invite thei ladies to call and we 'vllmaetonCO Irc8o
all DRY GOODS. D)RESS GOODS, NOTIONS, etc. w w aeto ls rcso
WillI mnako I tie sme offer as the above to the men folks on Cloth ing, Shoesi, flats, Undorclothing,
Trunks, V alisos, Gents' Furinishings, etc. The nlicest line of these goodh we Iave i vor carried.
Flour, salt and barbe~d wir. by the. car load to go at prices that defy coimpotitioni
A complete lun of the good kind of furniture and~ nice matting, carpeting and rugs. Agent for
Iron King stoves aid Chattano~oga Plows--two very nccossary things ini every well regulated family and
the host of their kimd on the markot, Chinaware, Glassware, Agateware, Tinware and other' ware that
A full lhne of Undertakers' goods and a nice Hearse. ~j/(%FaI
Your' patronage solleited and you will be treated right. G u'c ~ l
P. 8.-All persons owing the estate of W. T. Mclall will please come forwarzd ake settlement
as early as possible...
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