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16 05 4 1.69 coudy.
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*D aue S 0! a Local and Personal Nature
.-W, H. Ambler, of Greeuvillq,
spent Sunday .in Pickens with rela
--The small'graip crops are report
flue in all seotioi of the
tmes B. B. LaBoon and J.
npson, are visiting, Mrs. R.
E. Goodwin, in Charleston.
--CrAig Bros. are wanting a res
wilt pay a go jic far theu.
Mrs. D. J. Carier, of Augusla, 0a.,
is on a visit to her prnut, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Ashmore, in Pickens.
-Join your neighbor in cleaning
up and getting ready for spring.
Improve your promises- with paint
-Varmers in this sectiot expect
to fertilizo highly this ye.ir, that is if
the amount of fertilizers that are be
ing daily hauled from town is any
-W. B. Hall, of Pickens Couu
ty, who formerly resided in Anderson
County, was in the city Monday and
gave us appreciated call.-Anderson
-Mar ied on the 7th instant, at the
Presbyterian Manse. in Easley, Miss
Sadie Ilichey to 0. B. Williams, of
of Goinesville, Ga., Rev. J. F. Mathe
-J. T. Finlay, of the Mica section,
vias in Pickens this week, and reports
that the fruit crop, has been hurt con
siderably in that neighborhood by the
present cold snap.
-Whether cotton shall fetch 6
cents or 15 cents in the market next
fall, it will be the sensible and provi
dent hog and hominy farmuor who
will come out ahead.
-8diei aluable Veal estate in -the
town of Easley will be gold there
at public outcry on Tnursday, 29th
inst. For full porticulars read the
advertisement in another column.
--The two-months.old son of Mr.
.and Mrs. Dave Duncan, of Pickens,
died last Saturday and was buried on
Sunday evening at Secona. Tae be
reaved parents have the symnpathy' of
many friends in their reflection.
Every Day that the weather per'
farmers are speeding plows an~d
.ig their lands in fix for planting.
Severy section comes reports of
*the scarcity of labor. It seems that
negroes are fast deserting the farms.
--In the opinion of Miss White,
V president of the Dressmakers' Nation
al Protective Association, women's
dresses will be lees expensive this
year than ever before. Married man
might clip this for fut'tre reference..
--lt is very dull in newspaper cir
cles these days, anda an editor is hard
put to get out a readable paper. How.
ever, the State and County campaigns
will open before long, and we'll have
plenty of politics to write about if
-Married at the residence of the
ogiciating minister, Rev. J. M!.
Stewart, Miss Virginia Oliver to Mr.
T. A. Stewart. Mr. Stewart is a
substantial young citizen of the Keo.
We side, ant the bride he has won is
a charmmg soung lady of the same
-Governor Hej ward has signed
the bill <hanging the bird laws of the
State. The open season is now, und
er the newv law, from 'Nov. 15 to Mareb
1, instead of from Nov'. 1 to April 1,
thus cutting off 15 days of November
at, the btart of tihe season anmd the
whole month of M arch at the end.
finka Kidneys and Bladde Right
J. McD. Bruce,
~APITAL . -
PROFITS . .
+5 Per Cent Intere
J. F. Banister, B. A. Ha
J. M. Stewart, J. E
T. N. Hunter, H
-et to atten4 abj bt 10
and wol l b
-Attention is taled tu Ihe'Ohange
of .Heath)VraceUorrow o's .
The millinory ping on Maroh SO
and 31st is of special 'i4prest to the
ladies, as tnany bargains iefe oflered in
-9aa'rle4 on Wednesday, by the
Rev. J. M. Stewart, .at his real.
dence, Miss Leila Welbon, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Welbon to Mr.
Samual Ourtis. The, happy couple
have the congratulations of their
-The H1agood school, taught by
Miss Mattio Bowen will close Friday,
the 283 instant. and will give an on.
tertainment on Saturday the 24th,
beginuiug at 10 a. w. '.he patrons
and all interested ia school work are
cordially invited to attend.
--Murried, uar Cornwall, Miss
Jan4 Weeks, Mo r. Thowai. D..y:
"A Day is gained,
A Week is lost
But time cannot comlplain;
For soon there will
Be Days enough
To wake a Week again."
-The Glassy Mouut%in Fumers
Allianco met last Saturday pursuant
to the call of Sheriff H1. Brown, to dis
tribute the pro rata share of the Al.
liance Exchange money. After due
deliberatiun, the am-mut to each share
holder, being small, and some of the
members not being present, it was
decided to donate this money to Grif.
fin Baptist church The members are
to be congratulated for their thought
-A yoting oy was caught stealing
at the Big Store Monday by one of
the clerks, who saw him slip a razor
from the show case, which was taken
from him when he was searched, it was
found that ha had under his coat, a
pair of pants. It looked as if ho were
for awhile he would have carried off
the whole store. The marshal gave
him a good race out as far Nea ley's
store, bft not catching him, he let
him go his way rejoicing.
-An effort is being made to get
the officials of Charleston & Western
Carolina railroad interested in the
extension of their line from this city
to Easley. Some timq ago a plan was
projected for the donstruction of an
electric railway from Easley to Ander.
son, and considerable interest of a
material kind was manifested in the
proposed line. The country that would
be traveled is a splendid section find
most of it is remote from a railr ad
- Ander son Intelligencer.
-Last Sunday morning the alarm
of fire was given and neighbors rush
ing togrard the sound found that ine
residence of J. H. Newton, on East
aide of town was on fire. A fter heroic
work the fianies wpre extinguiabing.
It was fonnd that an L to the build
ing had caught from the chimney
and was partly burned down. The
loss is slighlA dompared to what it
would have been, hand the fire not
been discovered wvhen it was, as the
building would have been consumed.
Btate oif Souith Carolina,
County of Pickena.
Brooks Thompson, et al., Plaintiffs,
Gabriel Thompson, et al., Defendants
In putrance of a decretal order in the
above stated case by Hon. .Jaimes Al
drich dated Fetbruary 21st 1906, and on
tile in the clerk's officee, I will soll to the
highest bidder on egaleday in April, 1906,
during the legal hours for sale at Pick
ens 0. H.. 8. 0., the following tract of
land to wit: "All that piece, parcel or
percel of land situate in the county and
state aforesaid, lying on branch wva
ters of South Salndia River in Pumpkin
town toivnahIp adjoining lands of Jober
i'y Rigdon, A. B. Tialley, Andy McGill
and othes contain ipg one hundred acres
more or less, being the tract of land sold
by ordet of the court of .common pleas
by J. J.. Lewis, 0. 0. P., in the ooee of
Th'lompson vs. Thompson for partition.
Terms Cash. Pnrcbasers to pay for
papers and 'for recording thesae
mchl4w8 Clerk of Court.
A lot of garden seeds at loore's.
Uall on J. D). Moore for frech moats
and bologna saubage.
Bear theh Kind You llave Atways BoniN
I. M. Mauldin,
E NS I$A NK
.. . . $20,500-00
.. . - 18,ooo.oo
- - - 140,000.00
st Paid On Deposits-:
good, W. M. Hagood,
Boggsi, J. McD. Bruce.
.A. Richey. J. P. Carey,
THE ENTIRE SYSTEM.
V. B. Davidson, Late Lieut. U. B.
Army, Washington, D. 0., care U. S.
Pension Office, writes:
"To my mind there Is no remedy
for catqrrh comparable to Peruna.
It not only strikes at the root of the
malady, but Ittones and strengthens
the system In a truly wonderful,
way. That has been Its -history In
my case. I cheerfully and unhesi
tatingly. recommend it to those
afflioted as I have been."-F. 8.
If you do not derive prompt and sati*
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving @
full statement of your case, and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad.
Address Dr. Hartman, President ol
The Hartman Sanitarium, Oolumbus
Don't deceive yourself. If you havi
ndigestion take Kodol Dyspepsia Oure
[t will reliove you. Rev. W. E. Hooutt
3outh Mills, N. 0., "nye: "I was tron
>led with Chronic indigestion for severa
Fears; whatever I tate seemed to caus4
seartburn, sour stomach, flattering of mu;
ieart-, and general depression of Imini
mud body. My druggist recommend Ko
Alo, and it has relieved me. I an nov
3at anything and sleep soundly at night
Kodel Digests what you eat. Sold bj
Pickene Drug Co.
Just a little Kodol after meals will re
lieve that fulness, belobsing, gason stom
ach, asd all other symptoms of indiges
tion. Kodol digests what you eat, and
enables the stomach and digestive organ
to perform their functions naturally
Sold by.Piclkias Drug Co.
..'Jhis'distresinag ailment results from
disordered condition of the stomach. A
that is needed to effect a cu're is a doso c
twvo of Chamberlain's Htomach and Livi
Tablets. In fact, the attack may be wars
ed off, or greatly lessened in severity, b
taking a dose of these Tablets ass soon
the firs~t symptom of an attack appe jri
Sold .by Piokens Drug Co. and T. 3
Men Past Sixty in Dasiger.
More than half mankind over sit
years of age suffer from kidney an
blasdder disordlers, usually en largenmet
of prostrate gland. That is hothm yair
ful and( di.ngerous, and Foley's Kidue
('ure should bo taken at the first sign c
danger, as it corrects irregularities fin
has cured many old men (of this disceas
Mr. Rodney Buranett of Rock Port, Mc
writes: "I suffered with enlarged prba
trate gland and kids. ey trouble for year
and after taking two hot ties of Foley
Kidney ('urc I feel better than I hav
for twenty years althoughi I am now 9
y, arsold." Piickens Drug Co, R. I
The fleat Phyalo.
When you wanst a phsio that is mul
and gentle, easy to take and ceritaini t
met, atlways use Chamnberlain's Stomsaelt
and Liver Tfabhets. For sale by Picken
Drug Co. and TI. N. Hunter, Liberty,
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens
G. WV. Griffin, Plaintiff,
Clarissa E. Ii'oper, et al., Dafendants
In pursuance of a deoretal order I
the above stated ease by Hon. Jame
Aldrich. presiding judge, dated Februd
ry l2st, 1906, and on uile in the clerk
office, I will sell to the haighest biddc
on salodlay in April, 1906, during the k
gal hours for sale at Piokons C. H., E
0., the following described tract of Ian
to wit: "All that picce, p)arcel or tra<
of lanud situated. lying aind being in thi
county and Htalto aforesaid, adjoinin
lands of W. N. Hughes, J, E. Robinso
and othere and containing fifty acres bi
by a recenfilsurvey thereof theo same:
found to contain fifty-five and oue-fourl
acres, more or less.
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay f<
papers asnd for redording the same,
mocl;18a8 Olerk .of Court.
If you want an)Ot toimik, a ai
cotuter seales, tobaccocoutter, papi
cutter er any other kind of cutter ca
on ,. 1). Moore.
Notice of Fial settiesneust anas Diacearg
NOTPICE is hereby given that we w
Nmake aipplicat ion to J. 11. Newbei
Esq., Judge of Prohai or Picket
county, in the State of Souith Carolid
oni the 11thi (lay af April, 1900, at]
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon ther
aiftar as said appliceation can be hears
f(or leave to make nnual settlement of t1
estato of Mrs. N. E. Morgain, udecease<
and ob~taln discharge as administrators
3. K. Lathems,
B. A. Morgan,
I will let to the lowest bidder ou il
31t tlday of March, 1900 at. 11 o'clock,
mn. the bridge over the creek at C.
Carpsentcr's. the rebudlding said bsridg
and also the buildhng of bridge o1
Gleorges Creek near Vinelaud soht
house. A. B. Talley,
td. Co. Co
. Ar'e 0l
Sud from $!
erid Ta" blw, Sprinj
with prie"is righ
Sol ecar of
Barhed' Wire anc
Th best and
Hats, Shbes. Geni
n Tho tas, Geltsp
King Stoves n ighteA ta
B NS$ LOCALS.
My ack BlWak John, wille aik
the vpring seas g 1906 at h Pkles
at Nealey & Graoe staenv
Saturdy. Torjnad8 tol nure- foal
BI&Ak yol nu 4aI hosig4t -e
solid color, and thorough1bredt pan
ish oigin andhe andtbi get r
y Clayton Nlewton, Lierty na
tpring 06 s 8 v6.96 tPik~n
'Agtury Wated-Out to isu foal
blan caln bed hande for any~ sueg
s.i We want and goo oaugntrin thi
ichorigiy. Term hea. irsgt clas
r ytchr o. eWbetobr, Ter
dr ne21e 0.2806 8
Wgent aedu stoc is ol
Iro Kinbtve and hnldfR ag ea
* andIV ar i oin toe make uy
. . Brockn a oodora n in thi
refArsncreqbuirding -Cepare Hil
. eyd Orcmard oe.yu Wiesr Te<
do gea-nesseerpaw 2.8 00 B
Wie hae clA when ag edc ofge
rnkind toes tiand fiangs an
. auntare ine aiped to maikenys
Folger, Thorniley & Co,.
2 p0t pera of Barihst90 gardt 12 foc
a 6o atA..BD. Toorey,
Brok, o.dork0a, in t
oung dhAmjercns ~ up~are
>rv methinkcAll thnued farap
s ere arwr. '1JEuf~ Seda
"' kinablpie aut nd fllwil se
p treparvedndv the lag st..e
-,r ine shiped toay havle
BrStock odes N
I iallya the aerde wan t
e.l ownestokt prein
'~ad e the rep ndairin
and don't forge thocrr
I. Thanngyo foer past
w iune bhn estl theamen
i re .Prfncrini
7 _2 4
)ped o 1iek
5 to $50, Dresser'
deboards, Safes, Di
rs, Mattressesi HI
Ohase City Buggi
Nails, Fresh car.
rp.ost up-to-date lii
Js Furnishing Good
ip country. See us
t gee you and will
rfiishing Goods -a Specialty. Sole
All persons are warned not to hunt, Gob. eut
ftimbeinake roads, set Aut Ore, or i4 any taka.
.ner whatsoever, tresspass on any of my lands,
or. lau4s.controlled by me, under penalty of She
, Mrs. N. M. Itadden,
.1 - F entral..
- QAB3AE PLNTFOBIN..
I ave had several years expertenee in grow.
io Cbbe'ge Plants for the trade and now litre
fady tow shipment, Early Jersey (Wakes414,
Charleston Large Type Wakefield, Hiendeusen's
Sutioessions, whioh are the beet known varieties
to 'experienced truck farmers. Thorse plants are
grown unear salt *ater -in open air. Will stand
severe co'ad without injury. Prices, paoked in
-ligh't boxes F',0, II, her.',81.60per ,4) Lot of
4 5,000 at 31.26 pow 1,000, Special prices Qfn age
orders. Trho express cotapany is giving us cheasp
rates for plants this season': All plants wilt be
.shipped c. o. D. unless you prefer Sc send smeney
with~ orders. Your orders will have Rey pronspt
.and personal attention. Give me a trial or~p.
Address all orders to -.,
V . J. DONALDSON. MUeCUY?5, e,.4,
For the iext ten days I will sell a~
and below cost a general 11ha of mer
obandise, at Picke.., 8. d.. Coamer
'one, corne0 all and get bargain.
J. T. Fennell.
February 12, 1906. .
NOTiCg--I have sweet poatoes
> for sale, the Queen of the South. B.
'P. Kelly, Liberty, S.C0..- R F. D. No.2.
8-14 06 86.
Notice of Final Sett iesn~eS.
O TICE~ in hereby given (hat we wull
mneapplication to J. E. Ne u~ry
Esq., Judge of Proliate for PI ae~
Scounty, in the State di Bouth Carolina,
on 11th day of A pril, 1900, at 11 o'olook
in the forenoon, or na soon thereafter as
said aipplication can be heard, for leave
to make a final esettlement of the. estate
of 3. J. Morgan, deceasa d, and obtain
discharge as executors.
3. K. Lathem,
8 13. A. Morgan,
J. D. Moore has some nice silk
brocade and white. goodsafor drts or
'. Waist, to go cheap. J D. Moore.
caught with the first item,
dernalia for a good ball team.
ats the cook. The good
rly vegatables to adorn' 'her
that the garden is' properly
~ed sold by us plan ted there
nice dinner when company
well balanced man, and es-9
to handle poor, scrawny run
this condition and to always.
chickens, hogs) that is both*
of your friends, en1emies and
and condition powders. 'Will
ise plenty of feed with them
y comb and brush and plenty0.
ork Our Specialty
favors and hoping to,:merit a co~
and fair dealing.
;lons and Stationery, a
eQm $ 0t
es, C ar Michell
fSalt andW10 "'tr.
Le of-D Dry P'dods
8, Hard walte , $ov.
-for ag~ything -you
breat y outth
largek as~ t er
f dp1d prdces, al
Lot- of Dr83o~ ct
fore soydhfor yoss
bra y t~hat l bo
Agetsf~ t Mtcetlnd W aa
Call onwil en at urneapg
S out byFoler ghord
the samewaytcal avse meW
Calicoes argeOtins ta b:
mune he oadimea
woolei nen gods
so ca and e ordeaora
s, Iaerseys an
at gawy ooe
1 tefit.ee o
sl dal o our'g
.han first cost
~atba ' ains.
~xt 30 days. -*
sur Yield, use
r, a Money Maker, Beats' All.
BLOOD, and ether Hip h
~st Railroad Station, or
hate and 011 Co.,
iley & Co., Pickens, S. C.
!s 'em Cheap.
at a bargain and will sell the
for most adything you wxau' 1
>y's knee 'p~sts to go/ cap
Lrgain. A lot of~ .h og
t market an" briog r :a U
green or dr y th y511(7
I don't 1:r(, a~ *
nyth'n~ ( enV w 01nt