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utered April 28, 1908 at Pickans 8 0., as se.Ad cl s aater. under act of Congress of March 8, 1879
VOL XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLIT, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21 1906 N.43
AN EDITO'S APPEAL.
To Brother Publishers In Behalf of the
Lost Child of Dr. Byers of
Soeleyville, Indiana.
If the edli or of every paper in the
south, south.west atd central West
will republish those lines,Atl'ere
Is no, qusliation but what Dr. S. I.
1 4-.r ',f Se ty ville. Iidiaina will
ri-cover h is little son who was bto len
from his lone one year ago last
Mlany. Dr. llyirs has splnt his un
tire rcmurces in search for hia
child and uniless- tho- big Learte-d
mnibrs of tI. press come to bi.
assistance his son will grow uplain
outltaw and an Outcast alnong the
lowest people of the earth. it is a
cause that should appeal to every.
one and no father reading these
lines can do so without a quickna
ing of the le-art and a synipthetic
throb. It is believed that, if this
article Is re'printed in the newspa.
pnupers it will form an endless chain
that will uncver the lost lGoy's con
cealmeit aid return hin to hi.4 dis.
tracted parents. In doing thIs the
professi-n of journalibm will be
fulfilling one of its highest des.
tinies.
Publishers whose circulations
touch the Wabash, Ohio and Mis
sissippi valleys are especially re
qubsted to reproduce this story of
the lost child as Dr. Byers believes
his boy is now on some houseboat
waiting to take the road in the
Spring. There is a reward of 4500,
awaiting any information that will
lead to the boy's recovery. No
questions will be asked sid if the
abductor himself wnuld deliver the
boy to his parents he would not be
molested. The betreaved parents
are heart broken with grief and
want only their child. If each
journal wilf reprint. these lines,
they will travel to every exchange
table in the United States and
bring back to a wrecked home a
child who is no doubt suffering with
cold, unfed and wretched to a de
gree. Think ot what your own
feelings would be under similar
circumstances I This appeal is in
dicted originally by a publisher n
who.saw Dr. Byers only once, has no a
personul interest in his quest other 8t
than the bond of sympathy that b
makes the world akin, and is inspir- t
ed from the belief that the lost boy n
caln only - be found through the b
united effort of the country press g
of which he is proud to be a mem- a
ber. His recovery will be a tri- d
umph in advertising and no editor d
whose heart is placeud right will re- 1
fuse this appeal. Remiembefr, it dI
may be your child next! ~ h
The following is a description of a
the lost boy: Ib
DESCRIPTION. i
Richmond Byers, if alive was 6 y rs
old last July, is of ligh t complexion, a
has gray eyes; left eye noticibly
crossed, has a small V shaiped nick_
in the edge of the l-ft ear, has at
sharp chin and a narrow projecting
forehead.- He is rather small for h is
age' and Is unusually bright and in- 1
s telligenat, talking after the mannert
of a boy much older.t
Dr. Byers has seached among the
roving band. that frequent the Uni
ted States and believes his son can
'be' found among .traveling -junk
dealers, so called horse traders or
movers, le don't think the boy
was stolen by genuine gypsies. .He,
thinks he was taken by a wandering
band who uses him for the_ pur
pose of begging in the towns along
the route. - .
f.(Exchanges please copy.)
L.ove, the Ruling Passion. 0
c
Sages, poets, philosophers in alle
ages have bowed before the shInine
of- love, whose dominion extends
over the world, and whose power is
-absolute; no boundary limits her
empire sad no enactments can ex
clude subjects from her domain.
Strange, potent, and mysterious is
thia mighty sovereign, and~st her
command, kings yield their scep..
ter., and monarci's are nncrownied.
When hove speaks, though in gent-.
lest whispers, the stornest subject
pauses to heed her mandates, and
warriors, who stand unbalanced by
fear before the tempest of eliot and
shell, will tremble In mortal sue
pense before the glance of the frail.
A HEAT_
ATTHE
EVERYBC
NAIRI
%ARAND D
The Prettiest and [
Two Solid Cases India Linon, 0
I1
The 8%4cfjind at.5c. The ioc kind at 6
kind will go at ioc. The 20C and 25c kind on
2,000 Yards of Percales, 36 i
worth 12%4C to 15c.,.will go on opening days f
Our Large St
NCO ME
ShEATm
ore dangerous than the heaviest you've found it ou
etillory of Mars, for cupid always Loive ne'r keeps a recor<
rikes at the most vital part-mani "at time or age,
3art. Somewhere, It matters not She io:d the tender m
.e place, there is a little maiden And strongly bida the
~. Alace thifrty-five and fiu
ot yet arrived at sweet sixteen- matt, if she will
lithe as a fairy, guileless as an an. For love don't keep a
31, modest as a violet, and as fair she wounds but n
Ad fresh as a spray of mountain A Voter's Sugge!
aises sparkling in the morning a trf
ow,; in the curv6 of her rosy lips idfltgnoitrs
es the signal of danger, in the ti oIhepohin.I
imnples that play coquettishly on w 'ih ohv On
Ler cheek, lurks mischief to myn, Si h
ud from the bright glances of. hertatwelt JeI..J,
ewitchinig Oye~s some ono has met o iknadJ .G
is destiny, and now -lios a hopeless orstrerects
aptivo at her fect-twenty years kg~ane V~,d
er seniozl surely he can meagure 1dtrIgusthtf
rms with her and not so complete. ithpsthtLI
y surrender a victim to her charms wn osn iu ur
-but alast in the' court of lovete8niti lotoIp
me nor circumstances can coml- tr
aand, and the man s'trong and
thtic inful glry f hs mn- Appaovtent tFo Piel
O~d as bon cpturd, ad i nd eliSngdan-'interea
faraale sae of the da itei. ikn p.lq n
ra~~e irl wh, toug, se l wgh ough to hay- good n
verhe coqust ad wihot alenteu in the meilau
ifot, he ay erslf n ha wed eldaet.burie.u
inn f 0 onqeror Yes th ickenuu,and . n.Ga
mileat te Piturei yu wil. gilatrb.d isa codil:
Eian omte o ie o tedor sergues'stat.
rav, hw rudnt aabl tessth inth F.s tha L
want the haend of om. oneba
thes dushensatrmte gilthouAop
thlme in herltgloro hs ,nan- Apo et Fo ik
ibce t man lv of mther'er t~e-mPikn .m
ragioe il h thuh sube laughst
fpor, soe manb hevr oea
-iely ld andth hoqelmetr. YesR.the
No an is t in-four able an lov
eithet the rs ofute Godmerf
miow at the hocurtey y mel. N
eir nofatter Wekow is howr
ittleherone wll del wih2he Suo nd -Picen
ored up a vctimSonnday-Libealte
i4th SudareyB-yeyes.1
'Eo oe ouyuh ve rYoy isv codal
* read it indththsigh;ervicei.
rae, yohow ues loe you with R.as.the
adr he cas ousom one f -
ifien woman you mzinanrerkyear Si*tro
8BRUCE MORRI
L.INERY- C
BI@ STOR'
FRIDAY AND SAT
oDv INVITED TO ATTED
SPL AY OF P
)ecidedly the most Moder
pening.Day.
Yc. The 15c
ly 15C.
nches wide
r only 8%53c..
res Are Stocked With EN
ON'Ef-o -.
aid as 'JAMES M. GANTT,
semay be Practical Blacksmith, Wheeiwrigt
record and Woodworkman. Scientific horses
ver kills.
Bring your horses to me to be shod r
on I fit the shoe to the foot, not the foot th
non t I HAVE COMPETENT. WORKMEN AND CAl
non, to ree-e- YOUR VEHICLES ON ,TIME. .CAN DO ANY
- **a THE IRON AND WOODWORKING LINE.
-rtt Eq,.of "All of our work is Guaranteed. Your patron
eand ap)preciated. Respectfullly,
r hism faithrul-A S M
ni Mauldmn to -
sition. "V
-ael Great Reduci
Chaeircui. All our entire stock will now be sold at a g
s 1a in prices and if you haje pot bought your ove
"furnishing goods, now is:hood time to save me
r11 a. mn., . Take advantage of this drop in price bef(
steps in ahead of you and gets the plum.
mm I I a. in., Free Cleaning and re d~ng of all clothin
ly invited 16 .Merehant Tailoring Departmnt.
.yant, P sto. L.i o hs hi
muin oiSole agent for Haw 'ats and Dths
TON,~a:
'~'
Ihildren.
ways Bought
SOL AD R OMN ~YPCES
~W COMPA
MAR.
E/RDAY.
4D THIS OPENI
ATTERN
ately Priced Hats I
Big Embroidery Sale
To make it interesting for 1
OF we Nill sell 6,ooo yards embroide
One lot, not a piece in the lol
most of its worth io to 15 cents,
One lot the biggest value of a
25 cents, at on only 10 cents.
rery Kind of flerch
C.-COME ALI
URROIA
GOOD
t Of Sty
,hoer. ejg Wl 1-8M F1
question of spending a lot of i
right storo. . MoIt any store
Sshoe .faiirly good suits:,a frIl as thre
an rgd otli airo conicerned geti
REPAIR clsigL"eRyood areal ait
THIING IN nlelztoa
hut &hat's whazt, you got h,
at a pricoyou cau eusily affoird.
I eL you cau't afftord nlot to '.
ige solicit- th~kn or clothes we .oil.
mero riige in y our own es~timali
NT.-(and ptta-r'&).thazt our SCHIL(
elothes give you-that prospor<
*well-groeamed look-ia the baigg
kiud of a cash asset to aniy mn
The picture shows one' SCHLC
$10. to $2
reat reduction
rCOat, suit or BEE' T11IEM.
ney,
ire some else Our new stock of Win
Overcoats just in.
made in otir
Hi. E~NDEL 12
[rousers.7 Nice Line of Fi
~ And extracts to niake fruit cakei
Sprices are reasonable.
se" 1 have some rare bargal
the!i
V E~YVU In men's and boy's hats,
agloves, ets. A nico line of fase
~ ., hosiery etc., for ladies and child
drella flour to make Christmas
S mak, a nice cake without go.1
een jpp for a merry Christmas.
yWsZ 1. F.F1
I RUG CO. A nice line f i oecatst
3o-31
IN
a.
HATS..
-ver Shown.
On Opening Dayes
,he Ladies on opening days,
ry at about one half its value.
:worth less than 5 cents and
will go at only 5 cents.
11, would sell easily for x 5 to
andise3
L(co
O -
CLOTHES
lish Quality
i1
ho
lad
L'ho
Iss
0 .South Main Street.
GrhenyIlte, S. C.
ru its
for Christmas have arrived and the
as to offer the trade during
lolidays.
shoes, pants, underwear, overihirt s
in~ators, union suits, calico, corsets,
ren. Don't forget to get a saok itf Cin
enkes, the best in Americh. You can't
lour. The bees is the cheapest. Yours
LARRIS, Byta~
> go~'at a bai-gain. <

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