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Entered at Pickens Postofice as Second Olals
PICKENS, . V.:
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20, 1900.
By John T oggs, observer. Licerty, S. C,
Temperature. ~O .0
-r ICharacter of
ae tho day.
10 88 07 016 Clear
11 86 05 000 9 '
12 76 02 630 Clouly
13 W2 57 130
14 75- 59 *T ,
15 86 65 010 ' ,
10 -- , 07 025 .
* ' Trace of ralin, leiss thain one huiidredth
Inch of rainfall
THE PICKENS COTTON MILL.
Any miatnuf-iturinIg or indi-ti-iil
enterpriso launched inl the counity
helps the material wealth of the coui
ty wonderfully und our citizen Are
always ready to take hold anid pus
such thiings alon..a. Anv mill or bank
proj(et for any portion of the county
always finda Willing helpers id back.
erai in Pickons peoplo. Tho people ol
this town have mnoniey inl every bank
and cotton lf ill i 1 th(oil ity. Thr-y
now have formed a mill in hi this Iowi.
The permailent orginizat.ion was of
fected last Friday wlien the stock.
holders elected W. Al. iagood, J9
McD. Bruce, F. W. Poe, E. Smith, J.
D. Cloudinan, D. E. lleDdricek, J. P
Caroy, I. Ml. Mauldin, Ernest Folger,
J. F. Harris, J. M. Geer, 'T. ). 1larris
and Mlatthew Hendricks as directors.
The directors. at their meeting elect
ed, Mr. W. M. Hagood, president and
Mc). Bruce, vice
right ahead oil the
.1 being gotton ready
for the mill, and before many months
the whirr of machinery will b~e heard,
The cotton mill is only the e'nterinig
wedge in the fiinncial andl industrial
development of the county. Already
contracts are being lot for brick
stores, and now dwellings. A stock
company1] is being formed to put up a
fine five story brick building on Main
street, the first floors to be used as;
stores with the second floors to -be
usedi for surplus stocks; the third
floors n ill be cui up) ilnto office rooms,
the fourth floor will be used as a put -
lic hall and( opera house and the fifth
floor will be used as lodge rooms by
the various secrot orders.
A bold( mineral spring in tihe edge
of town is being looked after and a
tonmpaniy will take it over and exp~loit
it and will also erect a modern hotel.
Shirt, pants and1( ovor all factories.
are beoing talked of and in fact we
look for buggy, wagon andl furniture
factories~ to locatte here0 right away.
Druumers qu1it trying to sol goods.
when they get lhere and begin talking a
the future possibilities of thio town
and undertake to buy dirt here.
Railroad priojets lire looking tIlis c
way. Charters are being gotton for
ne0w through lines, the priomloters of
which have their eye on this place
and turn their surveys iln this direct
tion, and we are informed the South.d
ern is estimating the cost of running
their main line by here.
Ten years from nlow, if wve keep on
as we have started hero in Pickens
the towvn will be bigger than Atlanta.
Everybody pull for the good of the
town and all these other enterprises
that are being agitated.
CURED 0OF URIGHTS DI)SEASE
Goe. A~ Sherman, Lisbon Red Mills,
Lawrence Co., N. Y., wvritesh: "I had
kidney disense for many years and had
been treated by physicinns for twelve
[ years; had takent a well known kidney
,* ~, nedicine and other remedies that were
recommended but get no relief until I
* began using Foley's Kidney Cure. The
........fia half bottle relieved me and four bet.
- i 81; 4 hsive cured me ef this terrible dis.
........ese. Before I began taking Poley's
' A;I ney Cure I had to make wate' about
"t~a" ~ - erpliteen muinutes, day and night,
t'~,~ ~'p60 pagsed a brick-dust substance, and
49mcifne a slimy substance.o. I believe
wthld' haye died If I had not taken
~ legau Kidney Cure. Pickens Dr'ngj
and3C KKit. $ eIh Easly.
RURAL WATER SUPPLY.
to Snnitary Condition Not What It
Oupht to Be.
When rnich gfeat sums of aikoney are
eing exp#d~ed .by city governments
hat the inhabitants'of towns may have
.anitary water supply It seemsi
tr(ulge that the supply in rural towns
hould receive little or no attention.
his latter population maty seem rela.
Ively insignificant, but it comprises
bout 40,000,000 souls. ThIsu means that
hose 40,000,000 people are dinking the
water most available without a thought
Af its sanitary condition.
. These various sources of supply,
whether wells, springs or small
streams, are similarly unreliable for
furnishing drinking water. The statis
ties of mortality In the country are
very indefinite, but even these show
that the rural population Is not as free
from Illness as it should be. And
though everywhere the rural death rato
is lower than the urban death rate, yet
the lowering In the country has not
been as great as in the city. An exam
Ination of typhoid statistics shows that
the death rate of other diseases is gen
erally lower in the country than- in the
city, but the prevalence of typhoid Is
anost equal to if not greater in the
rural districts than in the cities.
Several Instances have been reported
which show the rural typhoid rate to
be ten times greater than the urban
rate for the sname district. To particu
larize, a certhin district In central
Pennisylvania proves this fact. It Is
mau1de u1)p of a rural population with 100
inhabitanits to the square1 mile. - It is a
region of flne farms, wild mountains
il wood", country residences and ple
ie grv.)es". And in this valley there
has beii its imuch typhoid fever as in
the cty of Philadelphia.
Sad as this condition is, there seems
to be no remedy for It. The sources of
a city water supply are few and the
city government easily controls the
coiditions affecting it. But what can
be done when the sources of supply
are nimbered by the thousands? A
mfiit of money and an army of chem.
ists would not be suffileint to give the
samne care to the country supply that is
given to that of the city.-New York
SNOWSLIDES OF ROCKIES.
Peril of Mountain. Takes 'te Tol of
Life and Property.
Every year -the life of a miner in the
high mountain regions Is menaced by
the avalanche or snowslide, and every
year brings its list of casualities and
of hairbreadth escapes. The story of
snowslidee would fill a book and would
be a thrilling, tragic and in some cases
a grewsome one.
Men have ridden hundreds of feet on
the back of a snowslide and have es
caped unhurt. Others have been caught
and buried so deep and in such uneer
tain spots that their bodies have not
been disoovered until the melting of
the snow in the following spring.
Some have been caught as they were
walking, but a few steps fron the
boarding house to the mine, or whtle
emptying a car on the mine dump. Not
infrequently men have found them
selves temporarily Imprisoned by the
entrance of the mine being closed by
a slide while they were at work and
have had to dig their way out.
A Chinese cook at one of the Idaho
mines stepped outside his kitcheni doou
for a moment and wvas caught and
hurled with the slide 1,000 feet down
the hilistide and -his body was not re
covered till the following spring.
Sueh lncideonts denote the extreme
suddednness. poweor and velocity of the
Alde. Little or no warning is given, a
roar, a cloud of snow obscuring the
sight of the real 811(10, and in a mo
nment thousands of tons of snowv,
mingled with trees and debris are shot
dlownu the gulch or the slope o1 a moun
talu as from the mouth of a cannon.
Ini a few seconds all Is over and the
scen~ery* of the little valley is comn
pietely changed.-Mines and Minerals.
What B Letter Ill Do.
A proof'reader, anent the lmportane
crf trifls, road from his nobebookc these
Ilbsurd sentences, each made by the
missio~n of a single letter:
"The conflict was dreadful and the
memyOi was repulsed with groat laugh
"When the president's wife entered
lie humble sitting room of the miner
lie wats politely offered a hair.
"A man wvas yesterday arrested on
lhe charge of havIng eaten a cabman
or demandling moore than his fare.
"An employee in the service of the
'overnmnt was accused of hav~Ing
tolcen a small ox from the mall. The
toleni property was found In his vest
An observ'ant manm In all his inter
ourse with society and theo worldI con
tantly and imperceived marks on ev
ry person and thing the figure ex
'ressive of its value and, therefore, on
hceting that person or thing, knows
ustanutly what kind and degree of at
entionm to givo it. Ti is to make
omhething of experience.-John Foster.
rhtls Tribe Holds the Record am Bad
Scarcely a tribe of our American In.
lions hut, what have engraved their ree.
rd of crimei and1( Infamy high up on
.ilstory's wall, yet above them all is the
From 1540 to 1858 New Spaip and
Mexico carried on a so called warfare
with these peo0p)e. The Apaches were
vastly oitutmiberedl by the Merlean
SOldiery, but What they lacked in noum
bers wa more thoanImade up in cour.
ae anud craftiness. The Apache ever
u(1a thorough contempt for the Moxi.
cahey ir ad in later years, when
teyl werro fihhg with firearms as
carelgs arows 'they would not waste
caideo thevt Mexicans, but would
stones, saving thir cartridgspears othe
and more wvorthy foes,. sfr te
a par of the ol 8t the Aphe
were a serious problem with which w
had to contend. Our governmnent vacli
hated betwven a Simpering peace Policy
and the other extreme, their externmina
.Tlieir zone of wandering beilng inter.
sected by the iihterriational boundary
line tarther comuplicated matters. They
would raid down into Mexico and then
rdsb back with-the plunder to our side
of tbe line, outlof reaph of the pursuing
soldiers. Next it wuld be a raid on
the Arizona side and a flight into the
wild mountains of Honora. The Mexi
can -goVernment attempted to #sulit
thelt miiserable a!my by giving a-.Scalp
bounty,' and for years they paid out
their gold coin for Apehe scalp.
Bealp hunting became a recogulse in
dustry. The horor of this was that to
the Mexican omcial all scalps looked
alike, whether from the head of a hos
tile or q friendly Andian. The price
was $100 for a man, $50 for a woman
and $25 for a child. It is small wonder
that the tribe sank deeper into sav
agery than ever when we' stop to think
that tho men knew there was a price
Oet On the scalps of their wives and
children, and there was a horde of
human Bends, white in color, but more
savage than the savage himself, who
were hunting them as they would a
cougar of the mountaIns.-EL. S. Curtis
WILL CUBE CONSUMPTION
A. A. Herren, Finch, Ark. writes:
"Foley's Honey nnd Tar is. the best
preparation for coughs, colds and lung
touble. I know that it ha cured oon
sumption in the firatatages." You tnever
heard of any one using Foley's Hone,
and' Tar and not being satisfied. Fot
sale by Pickeits Drug. Co., aud R. F.
To be sure, you are growing
old. But why let everybody
see it, In your gray hair?
Keep your hair dark and rich
and postpolhe age.. If you will
only use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
your gray hair will soon have
all the deep, rich color of
youth. Sold for 60 years.
a1 am ek ow over 60 years old, and I have
atik roshedo'uvgIurwihIwonder t) every one who sees It. Anad blot a
gray iair hk it. all dlue to Ayers air Vigor."
MnS. 11. It. nUINTIS, lnecida, Mlan.
91.00 a bottio. J. 0. AYDIa co.,
A1r ----wl for b. Mass.
All annoncnents under this head muut b'
paid for in ad vance. The feu is 05.00. No card
will be inserted unles. accompaied by the
above amniatE tt.
FOlt STATE SENATE.
The many friends of W. G. lauldin hereby
antanounace hit a candidate for State Senator
from iPickens eounty, subject to the Domo-,
cratic primaary election.
Mr. M. W. liester is hereby announced as a
candidatie for the Senata frot Pickens county.
subject to the action of the voters in the Dem
'rhe manay friends of itonc. C. E. Robinson
respectfully announce hinm as a candidate for
the Senate from title county, subject to the ac
tlm of the voters in the Democratic primary
The manly fraiends of lion. Ii. J. .Johnaston res
pectfully ainanannce lhm as a canadiate for State
Xenatuor subject to the action of the voters ini
the Deomocratic primary election.
FOl HOUSE OF RIEPRIESEN FATIVES,
We hereby nominate lion. James P. Carey as
a ecnddatec for the House of Rtepresentatives
froma iIs cocutty. K nowig him to be a mant
-well fItted in every way to represent the people,
-we feel that hi election will reflect honor upona
our county. lie will abIde the resul of the P'ri
Th'ie mancy friend of MajorS. Nimmonis hereby
annouance hint as a candidate for the otile of
Conanty Tireacsurer of P'ickens county. suabject to
thec action of the votnrs in the Deomocratic pri
Trho nany friends of Ii. D). Garvint take pleas
tare in aaanoaming him as a candidate for thae
oillce aif Cotunty T1roasuarer, subject to thec result
of the iDemaocratic primar:y.
''The frienuds of 0. 8. Stewart hereby annaounace
him a csaadidate for 0111ee of County Treasurer,
Pickents Counaty, subject to te action of D~em
ocrat voters ian primary electiona,
A t thae soleitatlont of maany friends I hereby
aaoun ace myself a candidates for reelection to
thce cilice of 'Treasurer of of Piekens County
3ubjeet to the action of the voters in the pri
mary election- ii. WV. F"ann,
'The maany friends of JOEL Ht. MIL LiER here
by ananounce him as a candidate ior the oilii'
of Superwisor of Phekens County, saubjeOct Lu the
aetiota of the voters in the D~emocrat ic primary
Maj. 0. M. Lynch is hereby naomiated for
,Je-electiona to thae ollee ofE Supervisor of Pflek
enas coun mty, subject to the result of the D~emto
cra tic priaaary
A t the earnest solicitation of many frienads, I
hecreby annaounce myself a candidate for Magis
trate In P'ickenas Tiownship, suabject to the resualt
f the D~emocratic primary,
'Thea frieaads of C. 0. itowland hereby an-I
lcounce him as a candidate for re-elect[oat to
the office of Magistrate at Cenatral, subiject to
the aetona of the voters in the primarvelectiont.
FOR 00U1NTY UOMMISSIONElt.
Mr. John P. Smitha is hereby aominated a
oandidato for re-election to the oficee of County
CommissIoner, suabject to the result of the
1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for
re-election to thte office of County inphtendeant
of Education of Piekers County, subject to the
aton of the voters of the democrati primary
R. T. HIALLUxx,
You cannot induce a lower animal to
eate heartily when not feeling well. A
sick dog starves hiinself, and gets wvell.
The stomach once overworked, must
have rest the s ame aso your feet or eyes.
You don't hlave to starve to resl your
stomach, KODOL FORi DYSPE~PSIA
takes up the work (or your stomach, di.
gests what you eat and gives it a reel.
Pits it back In condilion again. You
oan'tfeel good with a disordered stomach.
Try Kodel. Bold b~y Pikens Drug Co.,
Those who aresgalnina flesh
and strength by vegular treat
should conitinue the tstatr lnt
ina hot weather i amair dse
nud a flttiescool'milk witht wil
no away with any obdo on
uh~ a ataohe~t ta Pro
4094'5 Pearl street, New 'Yert.
IGO. and $S.o; all druggists.
s-(&Spedfcf Rr~wiIthees D
arisin ' r tis of the
D E C7 ON S.
!r1 Cth62Uict3IJoodt'i '
'AdsIte.eauto two teaspoouhis 1'
a~ter.after meals and at bedtir
STIMULATION WITHOUT IRRITA
In case of stomach and liver - trouble
the proper treatment is to stimulate these
organs without irritating them. Orino
Laxative Fruit Syrup nidu digestion and
4timulates the liver and bowels without
irritating thoso organs like pilli or ordi
nary cathartics. It does not niuaseato
or gripe anid is mild sit I pleasant to take.
For asA by Pickens Drug Co., and R.
F. Smith 9asley.
To gazu upon life we should borrow
uo nan's sp ciaeleo.
AeK Fou ALLS's FOOT--EAAX, A Pownii.
16 makes walking eaAy. CuresCorns, Bunions.
Ingrowin Nals Swolen und Sweating feet. At
all Drugg t, ani Shoe Storus, .wc. )on't accept
any subtitute. Sample FRnv. Address, Al en.
Olwuted. Le Boy, N. Y.
You can not tell how much a man
has investqd in the church by the in
terest ho takes in the dividends.
U. S. soldiers who served in Cuba
during the Spanish wvar know what this
disease is, and that ordinary remodes
have little more effect than so much wa.
ter. Cuban diarrhoea is almost as severe
and dangerous as a mild attack of chcl "E
era. There is one remedy, however,
that can always. be depended upon as -
will be seen bythe following certificate
from Mrs. Miunie Jacobs of Houston,
Texas: "I hereb certify that Chamber
I -in's Colic, Choler.a and Diarrhoea
Remedy cured my husband of a severe
attack of Cuban diarrhoea, which lhe
brought home from Cuba. We had sev
eral doctors but did him no good. One
bottle of this remedy cured him as our .
neighbor will testify. I thank God for
so valuable a medicine." For sale by
Pickens Drug Co., aund T. N. Hunter
It is so much easier to.pil a fellow.
man down than it is to boost him
LAME SHOULDER. . I
These nure Ilhre eammoen ailments for
which Ohamberlnin's Pain Balm is espec.,..
sally valuable. If promptly applied it~
wil save you time, money and snfermng IF
when-tronbled with any one of these ail. like
ruenis. For sale by Psckens Drng Co., VThe
md T. N. Huuter Liberty. Wit
Lots of men who attend the races
tan't win even a little nympathy. ad fi
The sincerest tribute that can 'be paid by I
o snperiority is inutation, The many .
mitations of DeWitt's Witch H azel Salvo
hat are now befe the public prove it ante
he best, Ask for DeWitt's. Good for
murns, scalds, chaffed skin, eczema, tet
or, cuts. bruises, boils and piles. High- ito
recommended and reliable. Sold by used
Eickens Drug Co., o re
Along with prosperity comes the rest
obligation of "being good."
AN AL ARMING SITUATION plac
frequently results from neglect of clog
ged bowels and torpid liver, until con. TU
ntl pation becomes chronie. TisI con- fact
dilon is unknown to those who use Dr. Kin
Kin 's New Life Pills; tihe best and coni
Kentlest regulators of Stomach and Bow. you
ela. Guaraniteed by Pickens Drug Co. Con
Many a man who is unable to do
the things he woul4 is too lazy to D
do the things he cotild. AJ
DEADLY SERPENT BITES"
are as common in India as are stomach orE
and liver disorders with us. For the A. ]
latter, however, there Is a sure remedy: tor<
Electrio Bitters the great restorative med
medicine, of which ~. A. Brown, of Kid
Bennettsville, 8. 0., flys: "They' re- prim
stored my wife to pfethealth, after dnsa
years of sufferingwlm dys ppia and a pai
chronically torpd r~." Eleotric Bit- iW
ters cure chills an4r malarin, bil! of
foues lgme ,~ kidne troubles e
and bsa de' dt'Iers- Holi oun guar- ris
antee by Pl kens Drug Co. Price 50o- and
"THERE'S A CURE" FOR 0H!
Not the mere temporiry relief
not the little help that the de
ABSOLUTE AND COMPL .
Rheumacid' does. RheuM
uric acid in the blood. It is a su t
a strong and vigorous internal rei
the blood of all its germs and yet j
ural methods th4t it builds up the
SWEEPS ALL POISON
CURES TO STA
Different from any other. reme
latest. scientific discoveries. Atgt
sseases CURED AFTER 16 YEARS. o t
Blood. -s Baltimore, Dec. 10th. a
For 16 years I have suffered terribly with
Rheumatism. I was treated by leading phy- and
sicians but got no relief. Long sI CC1despaired
a little' of ever being well again. But hearing of stip
eRHE UMACIDE, I decided to give it a trial.
- I have taken two bottles, and, thanks to this and
wonderful mnedicine, I now feel that I have Gi
gotten a "new lease on life." Every vestige
C. of the disease has been driven from my system. Bloc
MRS. LAURA D. GARDNER,
1301-James St., Baltimore. y
Sample bottle and booklet FREE
If you send ihte cents for postage IJU l1 EMI(
SOUT H WEST
The Land of BIG CROPS
Are you making as munch off your firm as you ought? No doubt you ar
making all y ou cau. The ti ouble is I IhI d costs too Imuhell. It takes too muc
money to buy i big farm, and so you 1 ro trying to nmke a living on a small farir
or perhaps you are renting on11(1 and paying at good slarei ()f wI ha1t 'ou1 rlisO, i
rent. Wouldn't it be better to go whore the priceo of good h;I)d is' o little tini
you can own a big farm-where every acro of the ground is working for yol
and ill you raise is paying you good profits?
There are thousands of acres of fertile land in Snmithwest along the litio o
the Cotton Belt Route that can bo bought for froii 3 to 81(0 3in acro. Thi
land is increasing in value each year.
See the Southwest at Small Cost
A trip to the Southvest would convince you that your best interest lay i:
settling ther. Tie trip can be made at very lii tle expenst
On th o first and hird Tuosday of each month .ion purcase
* ~round trip ticket to any point in the Southiweit oin via of th~
*Cott n Behr. Route at very low ratesn. Stop-overs will be a]
, * ~lowed for you to examine any1 locality you are init41ested inl.
Write at once for free copies of books dEeri( ibuing ibis wvon
de - (lrfuil country and for full informotion abouat cost of ticktt.
L. P. Smith, T. P. A., Cotton Belt Route, 203 Equitable Bldg., Atlanta, Ga
Pactical Blacksmith, Wheelwright ^"
Woodworkman. Scientific horseshoer.
I3ring your horses to me to be shod right.
I~ 1fit the shoe to the foot, not the foot the shoe _
I HAVE COMPETENT WORKMEN AND CAN REPAIR
YOUR VEHICLES ON TIME. CAN DO ANYTHIlNG IN
THE IRON AND WOODWORKING lINE . . , .
All of our work is Guaranteed. Your' patronage solicit
d and appreciate d. Respectfullly,
JAMES M. GANTT.
or a pain)fiul burn11 there is nothing lthe laxitiv~o effet of CliIil)1hjI
De~Vitt's Witch H-azel Salve. Stloma1ebi and~ Liver' Tab11lets .9is r
re are a host of' imhilations ofi D)o- a ble andmo so natuir.ij ti ht o)d o
l's Witch .11azel-Salve onk the mar Izo it is Ih li iteet of - eiii.1
-5oo thait you get the genuine. Ask 031lo b~y Pickonio. ) n am nCmo. 1( 1'
Dewitt's. Good, too, for suburn Huniter', Liberty.
,bruises, and esp~ecially recomlmnid
3r pils. The namto E. (C. DeWmt~t
o., Chicago, is .n every box. Sold Q iick way to get ridl of pcddle
'iocns Drug. (Jo,-byll1mVhv.
Iir.dness ard gratitude aro pl(ons O C)l~1 er'~t cikrtr
r emIiotionis than pride. , Ilc~314 oki c elr
KANY OIbIE~ljN A~id SICK LY.
ther; Gr Nsweet l'owdcers for Child ronl
LNew York. Break up Col In .1- houirsinho Cleg
I' everishncess llenciacheo, Stomachl Troubles coasi adEtac
ihtg D)Isoriers, anl I Destroy Worms. A t
rligls, 2ue.SamlemniI~eI iithemAd a Exaockinti on.
A IInS. lmetd e hl o1y, N. Exmnain
-- Thme examnination for the award of v
o weep rate out of the pantry--- cant scholarship in Winthrop (colk'e
e allthe ood n thcellr an for the admlission Of new studen
e al hefod il he__a.- will bo helt at the Couanty Curt House
he0 sworn) statement of the mnu.*cat nit ot ho les ta fiten App
nres protecto you from opiates in Iof aige. Wihen scholarship>s are vct
nedy' Laxaive Honey and Tar.-thmo after July 6. they will be0 awardI~ at
sh syrup that dIrives thme cold out of Ithose0 min~ig the highesot average at th
r system. Sold by 'icknus Drug e(xaination pirovided th'y meet tihe co:
'Ply- dtionsgoveenin~ the award. Applican
.. .for scholarship a sould write to Preside
Vhite lies are apt) to leave black scolslurship applicatinmblanks
-on a man's reputation. Schlafrshi:n are womrth $100 and fr
--4.--...tuition. Tfhe next sesaioni Will openi Se]
['HOUSA NY D)OLLASR WORT.'If temnber 1th, I906. F"oi furthler t iform
OF GOOD. tmon andl catalolgue, address
PRE~S. D. 1l 'JOHNSON,
I have been afflicted with kidney and Rlolk Hill 8.'(O.
Ider trouble for years, passing gravel ..
itones with Oeruciating pain,' ens -~0iaobsutsIgt-d.u
1. Thurnes, awelI known ooal opeia wTo akie basn tigt eforoc
of Iluffalo 0. "I got no relief from wthgoinadintebfrsr
tomno unti I began taking Foley's ing.
noy Caro, then the result was sur.
lug. A few doses started the brickc- M~i5GIYSSSTIuiaI'i :tm
-like subistance and now I have 1)o St-uscaii~ anav's sw r terms (irny nu
across my kidneys and I feel like a the llout' IlietmNw yrk uree
man. It has clone mc $1000 worth .*shtiess, hadt stomnapl 'I'esheg s ors n
rood." Foley's Kidney Cnre wvill 'S rti IIOI rinh i nestroy worm
o very form of kidney or bladder ])rnigsts, 250. Sampk ie r Ad<ifr~ '' ll^e
see. For sale by Piekens Drug Co., Olmte<1; be 1noy, N. y esAo
)J.EY. Smith Easley.dYo Hve -- Bug
P.A. O T O ina a.m
nedy that will cleanse
ict through such. nat
dy. The result of the
kehame nime' it *cures
.mati~ t weeps out
other ' blood diseases,
pe and Contagious
OUR 'DRUGGIST SELLS T..
Al CO., Prp's, BALTIMORE, MD.
JUST WHAT EVERYONE SHUOLD
Mr. J. T. Briber of 1rwinvill, (a.,
alwvay keep)s a bottle of (hnmberlaiu's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reminedy
at, h:.nd ready for instont use. Attacks
of colic, cholera morbns an(d diarrhoea
coie con so suddenly that there is no
timo to hiiint i doctor or go to the store
for medicine. Mi. 13arber says: "I have
Irviod Cliamberlaiu's Colic, Cholera and
Di arrthoea Remedy which in one of the
best wdicines 1. ever saw. I keep a
bottle of it in my room as I have had
nevernl attacks of colic and it has proved
to be the best medicine I over used."
Sold by Pickens Drug Co., and T. N,
Boars the I WKind You HoA A Bought
-1Thero is no need worrying along in
discomfort becauso of a disordered dii
estion. Get a bottle of KODOL FOR
D 1YSPEPSIA, and see what it will (10
Ifor. yo.u. Kodol not only digests what
- you eat and gives that tired stomach a
needed rest, but in n corrective of the
g:eatcst eficiency. K~odol relieves indi
gestion, (dy- )epsJia, palpitationl of the
heart, 11 tutlence, and soiur stomaeh.
- Kodlol will imako your stomach young
andtt healthiy :igin. You will worry just '
iu the proporatiou that yongtomach
worries you. Worry means ti' co of
tiily to do your best. Worry is to be
alvoided~ at all times. Kod1ol wvill take
the wvorry out of y'our1 stonrachi. Sold
by Pickens Drug Co.,
CHAl LESTON & WE1STEltN UAltOLINA
Arrival and Ihtpartuire of TrainsA, Green..
ille,. S. C. Effectivec A pril 141, I1000.
6:30I ai m, No..48 daliy except Sunday, for bain
1I n i n )Iiterm iati e t taI.ioins, arrive at
Lauiretns 9I:00 a mt.
12:15 p mt, No. 53~ daily for L~aurcns, Clinton
Newheuriy, Coluinbia, Sumter ad Charles
totn connietinig at Sumpi ter wIth A. (2. L..,
Tra in No. 82 for RichmondiC, Waishtitgtoni
ittnd (nstern it i es, and1( at Lauitrensi withI U. &
. w. C. TPrain No. I for Spartanburg andt
Lerait No 2 for irein wood, A iugusta, oe.
A rrive Iiaureins I :35 p mn, ('lIiton
:2:22 p mt, Ne wherry :t.0 op. in, Columblia 4 :451
Souinter ii;21 p mt, Charleston 9:40, Spartan
hittrg 3:30) p.1to, Gircenw~ood 2;-il p in, p mt .4
-A ilgusla 5-% p. to.
4:10) p mo, No. t36 Itilly exCept Snunday, for ILau
runts ato intermegdIite statlins. A rrive at
10It:' 2)) n , No. 87, d ally ecpt Sundaliy from
LaureniC~S andi intteritO(ate sitations1.
.00 p m.ii No. 85, dntliy exept Suniday, fromt
Conbintl, N ewherry, Cl ittont, Spatanr,
Autguistt, Gireeniwtood, Laurensi, etc.
* 'Taimt No. 52 un td 513 rnt th'irou ghr i
.1. WV. Ligon, A gt. Geo. TI. liryani Geni.
. al . iibtandi, TPrat, 3lant. Autgustit, (Ga.
TrfillI' TlnI1 NO 5 .
.Supersedes Timte Tlablo No 4
- Ell'ective AMarcht 10 1900 .
Rteadt Dowtt YRoad Up
to No 12 No 10 STATIONS No Ii No 9
0 Alixed AMixed AMixed Mlixed
i- 4:40 pml 10:40 anm Iv lPickens ar 2:55~pm 7:35 pmn
rn 4: 4 pmt 10:45S nm1 ler gusont 2:I5pmti 7:30 pmt
4:651 pmO 10:515 am0 *tl'ron's 2:30pm 7:20 pmn
in 5: I 15 pm 1:15 anm ar Itiasley lv 2: l5pmt 7:051 pmt
- *FlIag Statio
A ll tralins dtally exri, t a
it *1( ioiien i ih iouther it Iailway No 29
-r N I) connlecs witiu ternt ItaillIway No 12
'No 12 connlcts wIl So githern Rail way No I1
NW'or any .C'form Wit Si tern linsilw w vn ,.40
Wdllet, to thll lowest respons b)le bid..
(1tlt re-moving of Cox and Farra.
Jly Ihda t1.lt 1now site at Farrm Mill, on
J- y , itween 11 and 124 o'clock'
JOHN W. WALKER,
SullpervisCor Greenville Co.
- . M. LYNOCT,
Superc'visor Piekenia Co.
Phousalids annual'ly boar wefs ' to
i I lx efllicey of Ear-ly Risers, These
pleasant, reliable little pills have long
borno a re-pluiation second to 1rono its a
axtivo n ca hrtie. They are as ata.
1)3 ats bread inl millions of homes. Pleas
a~ tiut Ofeetive. Will promptly relieve
eollttiaji 'vithout gripingf. Sold by