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TiE. PICKENS SENTINEJR
Eutored April 23, 1903 at ickens, 8. (., as second olasa matter, undor act of Cougross of March 8, 1879.
PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUTS 15, 1906.
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Fariiers' Union
Bureau of
Ilforiatio0n.
-Conducted by tlhe
Sotatit Carolla In a rmners' Educational and
Co0.0 rativp Union.
Coma unications internded for thiu depart
inent should be addressed to J; t. strirling,
Pendleton, South Carolina.
President Mell today, August 7,
9 surrendeTed and turned over- the
town, pharaphernalla and grounds
to the farmers of South Carolina,
and told theni that Clemson Col.
logo was the property of the farm.
ers and for the institute week, at
least, all the dffie's and attachees
'were at the command of the farm
ers, and as the Farmers Union
olmuposed by odds the largest and
iroigest farmors orgimization in
the State, a groat big, grand Farm.
ei*a Un1o1111 )Fleca was pull.ed off on
WeVdnesday.
National President R. F. Duck.
wort h and Stat President Good,
wvin made tolling sp-eches to a large
gathering of irfrmers (here from all
over th State, and a gr-ind day's
work for the success of the Farm.
ers Union will be recorded to the
credit of this (lay at Olemeon.
Arrangements will ha perfected
soon -so as to have National Presi.
(lnt, Duckworth and other live
wires of the Farmers Union to
electrify the State by making an.
OductiLon campaign over the whole
Stalo of South Carolina for the
purpose of organizing the farmers
into the Flirmers Union.
The committee appointed by
Cl1mson College to select the ani
mais to close options made in May
last in accordance wit.h the Adams
Act by congress, has just returned
from their tiip to decide as to what
stock were best suited for the av
erage farmers of South Carolina.
This appropriation made by the
Nati-nal Congress is for the estab.
liishment at ealch State Agricultural
College a branch or department
of A nimal Industry for experi
mnital puirposes, in order to breed
up afstandard breed of the differ.
ont breeds of farm stock snited to
the peculiar needs, climates and
conditions of the different sections
of the United States.
Later on, we are informed, this
improved live stock will be dissem.
mated throughou-t each State
among the breeders and farmers of
each State, primarily for the pur.
pose of improving the general agri
cultural interest of each section of
the country under the sulpervision
of expertR sent out by tihe govern
menit.
. In rder to make up our minds
as to what would be the ideal gen
eral purpose horse for tile more
progressive, enterprising class of
our farmers, our committee visited
thle famous Blue Grass Region of
Kentucky, and other horse breed
ing sections of Ohio, Illinois and
Indiana. In Kentucky the whole
of this famous Blue Grass Region is
devoted almost exclusively to the
breeding of trotters, race and .sad
die horses, and now and then a few
*Kentucky coach horses. Near
Paris we had the pleasure of exam
ining an~d handling "Kentucky
Chimes," which is to our mind the
handsomest threo-year-.old trotter
in the State of Kentucky. This
beautiful stallion is what we imag,
ine 1s at true type of Justin Morgan
when he wn three years 01(1. If
nothing goes wvrong a colt sired by
this horse may be seen at Clemson
College sdme day by the side of its
damn, one of a pair of standard bred
road mares selected near Paris,I
Kentucky, by rimr committee for
Clemson College .
After maturc deliberation and
wvelghing carefully all the points
of merits and demerits of the difi
orent breeds of horses, our com
mittee has concluded that the
coaich type Is the -best type of
horses for general purpoe on theI
farm .
We have seen some of the fiuest
specimens of Kentucky coachers
and French coachers, and the writ.
er having seen the finest stud of
Cleveland Bays in this country
.also, it is important to state here
that our committee settled upon the
German coach horse as the beet
suited for the farm and the best
bred coacher to be found-have
been bred on a typical line for
coaphers in Germany for more
than two centuries.
After landing at Lafayette, Ind,
it was not long before we were on
the stock farms of JT. Crouch & Son,
tle largest importers and breeders
of German coach horses in America.
lile senior member of this firm be,
ing a native of' Kentucky and pos.
oessing all the qualities of a high
tcned gentleman with that staunch
iomocratic convictions of the old
tamp of Ken tucky's best men.
We were soon cognizant of the
Fact that we were in genial com
pany and talked freely of Cemson
3ollege and its prospecti anl as its
oeation was at the old home of
John 0. Calhoun and Beti Tillman
-the farmers' one-eyed god-wq
the daddy of this college, it was
a pleasure for Mr. Cro'uch to donate
the hum of thirteen hundred dol
lars in ti.e price of a fine pair t-f
coach mares (one - of which was
i pot ted) to Clemson College.
Among a lot of near one hundred
fine stallions of German coach,
Belgian and Percheron draft is the
famous prize taker, '-Hannibkal'
that last year won all prizos in hit
lass in the Statep and Canada,
and the grand champion premium
over all coach breeds op in to the
world. Barring accidents we ex
I-ect to see a i c pair of colts sired
by this grand horse romping over
the grounds at Clemson College.
This horso Hannibal we are sure
has the finest style and action of
any horse we ever saw in any land,
le bounces along like his legs were
made of steel springs,
ASTHMA SUFFER ERS SHOULD KNOW
TiS.
Foley's Honey and Tar has cured
nany cases of asthma that were consid
m-.'d hodeless. Mrs. Adolph Buesing,
701 Wesq Tpird St., Cavenport. Iowa
krites: "A asvere cold contracted twelve
'ears ago was ieglected until it finally
:rew iuto asthma. The best medical
4kill availablo could not give me more
hau temporary relief; Foley's Honey
nd Tar was recommended and one fisly
wnt bottle entirely cured me of asthma
.'hich had lbeen growing on me fod twelve
yeare. If I had taken it at the start I
vould have neon saved years of suffer
ag." Pickens Drug Co.
MILLINERY going fo,
Ladied andl Misses
83 and 4 cents ribbons lot.
Bij
1 lot, 25c white corded Madras at 1
5
Don't forget that, we have just
inducements bo0th in prices and tor
LEADERS
TWO BEAUTIFUL WO
SPRING CATARI
Spring Fever Is Spring
of Strength Li
W'. .
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MISS ESTELLE CAMPBELL
Miss Estelle Campbell, 140 N. High street, Nash
ville, Tenn., writes:
"Peruna helped me when almost everything dIse
failed. I was rundown from overwork, as I ha
not been able to take a vacation for three years
and naturally my nerves were all unstrung and I
was greatly In need of rest and a tonic.
"I went away for two months, but did not seem
to get my strength back, although I was taking a
prescription which the doctor gave mo before I
went away.
"At the request of my relatives, with whom I was
visiting, I began to use Peruna, and you cannot
realize how glad I was when within a week I found
I was fooling so much better. Insido of a imouth I
was feeling splendidly, ready and able to take up
my work again."-Estolle Campbell.
A Spring Tonic. 'and a run dov
Almost everybody needs a tonic in very dimult
spring. Something to brace tbh . . "I tried so
nvigorate the brain, ani cleanse the did not seem
blood. That Peruna will do this is be- began using
yond all question. slow, but I V
We have on file thousands of letters g to on
which testify to the curative and pro- as restored
ventive value of Peruna in cases of baer thae I
nervous depression and run down con- rdt ha I
ditions of the system. We quoto r
typical case: Fan p1
Mr. Frank Williams, 8935 84th stroot,
New York City, member First Presby- Peruna
terian Church and Captain Capitol Golf spring catg
Club, writes: tion, If tak
"Last spring I suffered with malaria
Slaughte
JUST AT A 'j
a song. WeV are closing one of our larg<
ailiors whait sold for 25i andt 50t cia., afticts.
5i coat rib~bon 21 cents. 8J1 to 1(0 cont r
11 you want some
reduction on white dr
Mc. I lot embroidered Mull, the 40c goaslity', t(
to Close at 38e. 2 piece Ponguo Net, p~inkl aII(
$1.25~ bolts at 50c.
r.occived solid car-lond1 of Rock i~Til Huggies, Stua
mas.
ITN-BR
iN LOWPRICES,
MEN WHO ESCAPED I
tH BY TAKING PE-RU-NA.
Catarrh==Nothing Robs One
ke Spring Catarrh.
: Pe-ru-4na is the Finest Tonic
For a Wea Woman.
Miss a. ,1oz silvora, 189 W. 180th street, Now
York City, Grand Roecordor Daughters of American h
Independencwres: 3
"Nine years of work, without a vacation, wore cl
out my nervaus system. I lost my appetite and-felt el
weak and exhausted nearly all the time4
"Porunn restored m to perfWct health fa ive
weeks. It Is the finest tonic. Ibr a wear woman
that I know of. I gladly endorse it.**-4. Inca 4
- Sivera. eh
~ Peruna is the most prompt and permanent euro for *
all casos of norvous prostrath'>n caused by syntomke I
catarrh known to the medical profession. S
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M~ISS B. INEZ SILVERA.
condition which seemeyld ernaC tinNo aotg.
to overmeOne
veral different tonis but n
to get much bot or tntU Iootlsnnaoiefayknd -
'oruna. MI tvery waost prot a rmle t cur fo
ras i provflg And I was used o e to qr
mue upib.Ade
I of two nyhealthg adugab ion n
md Ilooked and ifelt mucht.
had for years. Your rem- thsnbaefctuo thseem
worthy of a mC(ommnfdad rd lyeiinesctrhyro
(eased to give it mine."-- oigtecueofctrh hr r
t]
never fails to prevent Mc iigCudntb osbei
irrh or nervous prostra- e~ scnand n rg fanr
Pe-tritly ConctlainsN areia
rOaeo SeasohyPnabl ha O(
~stSe~os iiths 1e~ment nd wo mar osing to it
ibbn cets 15to5cntain roi o f an c nd. P5 o'
extr Ribons ru xta at yefou anlbuy it fanrbe
uso jisd any-e th img wyto acqir
close ot. at 2c. de Lien 'porary gresult I tisprane20 (if
taxi oly, toclose a nd~c. 20 r adually iga ed carrh by and
aiSB~Sa moulitd Owf hoePhr erua a
en in n 7ime ot nat ro. A 1 corepnde:nce heldsci
(xb ndy to-wear Htsa s~~ oldtc s D75c T row0,a is. i~at
-aSEwA e1
3ig V luesin Rbbon .
ib-U et. 1 o2 etrbo 0cns 5t
exr ibn ra xr H t o a u tfav,
Ps od uttetigyu
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closo~~~ X ou t25. 3pic innZphrnZgenAtnX03gt
%%a ny ocooat3.0 00yrsfiue an . n
lisBlsa% orO nPie
%0 an 5 otsa 5.25 n 5 blsol
AbkN WaoX StrLa12teeDs1arosadCat
-! R.....
-FOR TWO WEEKS
Endel's Greater Sale
Begins Saturday, July 9, at 9 A. M.
High Grade Clothing
Following our usual custom every summer we will place on sale our en
ro stock of High Grade Clothing, Tronsere, White and Fancy Vests at
1 1.3 per cent lees than the orginal price. It is not necessary for un to
ose our storo to mark our goods-thoy are marked in plain figuros- ymu
in figure the prien yourself, take off one third and pay us the differelleo
ad the suit is yours. The entire stock of ULOTHING goes in the sale
AT ONE-THIRD LESS!
This season's goods-Men's Youths and Childrens' Cloth
ig-Nothing Reserved: Blacks, Blues and Plaids and Fancy
uits. Every sale has a purpose. Our purpose in holding
uis sale is to clean out every spring and summer suit we have
ni hand and we have put the prices on them that will move
iem. You cannot buy the same grade of goods at these
rices anywhere in South Carolina The sale opens Saturday,
1ly 7th, at 9 a. in., for Two Weeks. Remember the place
ad bring the cash--we will give you such values for your
ioney that you will go home happy. Come!
11 Clothing go in this sale, Nothing reserved.
No goods on approbation.
No goods charged during this sale.
All alterations must be paid for during this sale.
1. Ea ndel, 12o South Main street,
Greenvilee, 5. C.
[here are Pictures
and Photographs!
For a photograph that is true in every
sense, just as the camera sees you, every
feature sharp and clear, every detail shown
is what I give.
Only the best material that is used will
be found in my worik. My manvy satisfied
patrons, their repeated orders, is an attest
f my good work. I do framing and enlarging.
N. D. TAYLOR, Easley, S, C.
mds,0
EDED.
an up the remnants.
Ready.to.woar hants what sold $1.00 to $L.50, at 75i0
0 cents ribbons at 15, cents. 50 cents ribbon 25 cents
ong.
ant these hot clays.
lity, to closio at 121c. 1 lat Pongee Silk, small figures, sold for
8) values, wvill go for 5o the yard.
y 15c.
aooga Roversible Disc Plows, and w~e are in a position to offer you
ROW so.
' PCKENS, S C.

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