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PUDIsJED XVRY WBDNESDAY MORNrNO.
The Gentinl-Jourdal Company.
THOMFsON & RICEY. PROPS.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDIT0.
Subscription $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rates Reasonable.
Entered at Pickens Postofice as Second Olass
PICKENS, S. C.:
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1906.
With the United States preparing
for trouble with China. and the rest
of the world preoccupied with Moroc.
co, Castro naturally finds this a high
ly propitious occasion for breathing
difiance to everybody.
With Tom Lawson on one side and
Missouri on the other, Mr. Rockefeller
must feel somewhat surrounded.
The New York surgeon who sewed
up a towel inside of a patient, did not
include it in his bill. Some dootori
- strl:iiig, Pendleton S. C.
How Do You Like It?.
Well, how do you like the
of our Farmers:Union cplum
If our farmers columnn is''I
good as you think it s6ou1d Je
pose you chip in an'd make'it
A good, practical farmer'i,
to know something which, if
Vill benefit his neighbor.
- Usually the man that i
things has no trouble in tellit
what he knows, and then he i
talking. Men tlat really k
to tell something they don't kn
armers' Institutes are
schools for both old and y(
farmers, but, they gon't oyne
way but once a. year, while
Farmer's Union Clumns vial
each week-that i's"if you subs
to your home paper.
- .If all your neighbors-for,
of .better knowled5e of busin
doll their .cotton prop for wl1
dost to mke it; or less, .then
are cornpelled to take the same
for yours. You see that, in t
$o get pro1itable prices at th<i
ginning, you must go out-and 1
in your neighbors with you..
O Where is the~ pi-o1it or sein
lilaking thlee bales~of cotton
where two grew before if that )
- O 4 cottoii speculator oomes ii
9 that extra' third ba'le.:
Better come, across, boys,
join the Farmers' Union and 14
to 'grow the right size crop aidd I
sell it r'ight.
The Farmers' Union is stanc
up against this hot battle, aga
* cotton speculators and winr
'some advantages in every skirmi
If you think you have a be
plan to organize farmers, and
~eep 'th~m 'organized, thani '
Union, why let us have it, kiid
wi joini right into into writi 'y
rwe can never mnaintainprofiti
LI *' 'prces to the producer witfiou
~t; J ganization and-loyal 60.operatti
need idNursoil frleeo cost
plantibM cowpeas,.'why' in the th
'der don't you dolit? ifte~r the
~ t~ogeli i8 placed in the ground,'t
the' peavine hay stao)g fi~ ~z
000c fortificatioil for the'mul6
Bb~ry behn ainfotgh permJ
e ing haes--Eugene Glle
li 'a~n Brehes-T. Lewis.
8ueohio ants andwWihs
One Little Poud V*agole
A Rhyine-DweyWiinhester. th
Looking Ahead,"George Edons. s
Dy ing Mother-Alice Sutherland.
Sovonth class. O
The Scholar's Usponsibility- ri
World of Chance-Griffin Lusk. p
The Spirit of the Age Adverse to 1
Man-Major Welborn. P
Sallie Salter and the Preacher
The Last Hymn-Emma Ligon.
Press On-Sula Gravely.
Train to Nauro. a Dialogue
Henry Townes, Esther Gravely aid ,
Eighth class in declamation.
The Bridge-Thos. Cantrell.
Today. and Tomorrow-Minnio
The Sano All the Time-Emma
A Little Sunbeam-Katie Gilles
What I Saw-Floride Prince.
God's Love-Ora Prince.
We Are No( Always Glad When
We Smile-Janie Walker.
Psalm of Life-Effie Sutherland.
We Shall Kiow Each Other
0 nsignificanlt~, Join,
neighbors inthe arbierI I
go And Join th':Cotton 6468
idea or some. Qthe 'gniz ji' ""'
Pi'! dot g gUad I b6
iot as country.
, M u any of us,' FI nerd' Uuf
be belong to the: tt9n A
and we enjoy aitio I couboj m
sure these bright
told, South. We 09 ev
time we neo
nows does the larm e r
19 of big, riol meti _
toPs every i tGi
InW is.de d
7 of the mr. J
o After iubb up
8 brevd business men in a 0
>ul)g Association we ftel mighty c
pur and rich.lor alQg timne arten
otf but when we aro i ep t0o
AOut the every day' afis oft
urbJnn neet, ahdinse
V; out a fraternal friestl, tbi ais
want with you in everything, and tl
386- should be loyal to his 0w .
at it naturally want to Zet rihlt .aW
Y.61 'by 'the side Qf the ldfar r
Price whisper the pass Wrf Ito his e
>ider The Qotton AsQ'dation is
be, more a farmers org.Nbii Jn than
I1"fl is a business nzaa 0Mizatio
You cannot-build A tdi 'ianein
a of out of wood. A feten prganiz
~row tion must be nmade n ~
itstle . -
fr Appointments For Pipp rt u
and l8CSunday-.-.Poro lp,14
a~rn m.*, P'ickens 7 p.m m 4
hen 2nd Siinday--I c.
Bethlehmi 8 p. m. .,
n gt Rubamahb 8 p. wni . . I ),
Ling 4th Sunday.-- j4j~i
s~h. 'Nbr8 p. mn
tr Everybody iscod1 VtAd.
trattend. these ser,' e~
SRth R- as
bett 5. .
Ore~' 0 -
50cnt, d .o
-t lldug te '
.Luokiest Utan in Akkanias.
"I'm the hcklest mati in Arkansas"
ites H:. L. Stanley of Bruno,' "since
e rostoration of my wife's health after
re years of outinuons coughing and
eeding from the lungs; and I owe my
iod fortune to the worla'sf greatest mod.
ine, Dr. King's Now Discovery for
)nsumption, which I know from expe.
3uqo will euro consumption if taken in
ne. My wife commenced to improve
th first bottle and twelve bottles com
eted the ouro." Cures the worst
ughs and colds or money refunded.
Pickens Drug Co. 50o and $1, sam
Plratu g Yoiey's Boney and Tar.
Foley & Co., Ohicago, originated
ouey and Tar as a throat and lung
medy, and on acconut of the great
writ of Foley's Honey and Tar
nny worthless imitations are offer.
A for the geunine. These worthlena
Alit.-Lion have similar sounding names.
leware of them. The genuino Foley
Ioney and Tar is in a yellow package
Lsk for it and refuse any subatitute. It
i the best omedy for coughs and colds
okens Drug Co., A. F. Smith,Eadey
A Realing Gosuel.
The Rev. J. 0 Warren, pastor of Sha
on Baptist church, Belair, Ga., says of
Electric Bitters: "It's a Godsend to
naukind. It cured me of lame back,
itiff joints, and comploto physical col
lapse. I was so weak it took me half an
Emur to walk a mile. Two bottles of
h0lectric Bitters have made me so strong
that I have just walkod three miles in 50
minutes and feel like I could walk three
uilles more. It's mado a new man of
m." Greatest remedy for weakness
of stomach and all kinds of liver and
kidney compliainte. Hold under guaran.
tee at Pickons Drug Co. Price 50o.
The Yellow Fever Germ.
Has recontly been discovered. It bears
* Usemblaneo to the malaria germ.
1, - the germs of
d I >
ig theStmhs aiBowels of Bears T
ness and Rest.Contahis neither o
Opiumi,Morphtine nordlineral. o
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Apetfecl Remedy for Constipa- -
Tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
FacSimie Signature or
n inf stovojis.and
k I U **!
7 kV1~Qiis u'jh
Ann mnltA huttitd?
", ~ :~b Ilui -AVsad9bii)o
UM~~1g .114s. ~
sd) 'A .o
3. ,4 i 'b ;t of.
Rheumatisnm is. an internal dis
ease and requires an Internal 'remedy.
RHEUMACIDLE "Gets at thle joints from
the Inside," and that is the reason- --cures
11 ther remnedies have failed. Relaie
Jhe poisonious germis amd acids ont', of the blood
kagl SignalS, wn"rning You o4 a disease that
as-ite in the Mlouth, that "No-Account"
SE F THE PAIN.
r? i r-old M ary lbeJ . of tl1 Ih Point, N. C., aftr s
0 ro 0 aseav aCurqure s e.J R hou an Vneal remeaIdy.g
t O nlater. of i eirterotown Md. Cured so.iner ld, a ulei
ohns Herina Hospital had completely dale d. Cue'd Jame
4 1eon, S. C. ater he had b n in bad th Cred tJes lo
AIi up a ins: tits back. Better got a bottle fo Yea r nDrbu gst
- .anpl Dottie and booklet FitE if You send 5 celnts f orr p s age
ITT CHEMICAL GO., Proprietors, BALJIMORE,
ere's Danger in Delay.
dtt- anid my friends that I m"still at th-e O d Stanid," with at
Afrhieh I have for their inspectioni and Pale at very close figures. In
quotingo consider the gnods aro Riro Bartis. T# l the
thVing," and' ami sellinig at a close i ofit.
*IsSHOES, We have the; also, UITS, PA NT.4, UINDE
S; also, a.good lineo of OvERSHOE8S.
It nvite thie Iadies to call and wo will. mrke them cloEse prices ou
he above to the mAn folks on Clothinl, oe IIPint, Udrcloth in g
I's ltt The nicest line of thes good. we CLave -vor carritd.
r load to go at prices pta hadefy comptition.
luriture and nice ratting,e carpEtinig and rngs. Ag-entt I t
heresaings in oveD I regulated family an I
aware, Glassware, Agatoware, Tiniware and other ware that
be treated right. G uy M c F aIll
daW.ih hav Mfa hill ipeacon efadand makat~rrycoe ttleme.n
prece, a dsellnt pospuarit.fRyse'
' lONEoo lferflie VFRhasOEuedsmeo
Snv hlade to Fash ao laI m in the leIrs c~so
a ot , b andesto linevest bgdW impose upVonarji
re thatoVer ecsur thidemar i n every b~ euag. alul' t
tj~uaaee tasat you tare, ttigwthe gend ter aet
a ieHers' Bone~I
p~~i e traewigt P 1U f YE h4
And-- all Points- -
anr ervcstwe Flgattn akovle
unprece detpopuonvity f R osteouth
SfO i frtixcuro hakos Nowe Onsome Foafeot
Aaderti is Gao, c.lRAimin' thr
G nnt reventing im. euon
LLrneetiaMyo Gaera getengte Agenun
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