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(Prickly Ash, Pok-e Root and Potasium)
Prompt Powerful Permanent
Its beneficial ef- S-.ubbor cases Good results arc
fect& are usually yield to P. P. P. la.iing--;t cure;
felt very quickly when other medi- you to stay cud
cmes are useless
*P. P. P.
M.-hes rich, red, pure blood-cleanses the entire
system - clears the brain - strengthens digestion and nerves. G
A positive specific for Blood Poison and skin diseases.
Drives out Rheumatism and Stops the Pain: ends Malaria;
is a wonderful to.ic and body-builder. Thousands endorse it.
F. V. UPPMAN, SAVANNAH CA.
PICKENS DRUG CO. c
BURRISS METAL SHINGLES AND a
GALYANIZED BARN JtOOFING
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JOHN L. THRNLEY, T EaNesm.
E anurnetUth' b t
N. T. BURoSS & SON, Anderson, S. C.
Pickens Railorad Company,
TIME TABLE No 12.
SUPERIEDES TM TABLE N.1.
EFFECTIVE. JUNE Of5th, -
0o. 1tN S FATIO0 S: 6i'\i' i'
Mix'd~Mt lvtocdI\, Ax
A. M.-\ M. NP M. Lv. Ar IA. M. P. M. P. M.
7-3 ' ioo .1i PICKENS 9-10 1-50 4.3
7-35 1-" 3 ' T*F1-USO-\ 9 05 1.45 4-:0
7-4 1 1 5 3-0 *P-A-ets S-55 -5 42
7.435. 1.35 4.20
5-W 11.3 3 EASLEY 840! 1.20 4-5
J. - A5 55 1-3 4-1
7 Flag S 1 ons-No Agents.
No. I cont wit S atlthern No. 42
No. 3 conneesk wi'th souten No. 39
N.1. :; e.wet with~ 5ou :.he n N<.
N.. i ,iv-weis witt S.,uthe. -n No. 12
No. 5 e ..me'Ct wIIt a . wae No. 39
iX..r Zan ia--l ji- infrntionl appIly to
J. T. TAYLOR.
Saving Useless Trips
a1 teehnei ou oe Toteepon sve
'an add to thm e pleaureofyurfmiy
ou free afordlet forget alliabgu i yon-v
hdeds servicelessWripevory ittday. o thostah
will do. Address
Farmers Line Deparimen
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHO0NE '
& TELEGRAPH COMPANY ?4'
South Pryor St., Atiania, Gii.
One of the Ohlest and ust
Popular Br:uds of Guano
on bhe' Mar'cet.::
You Have Tried the Rest
Now Try "The Best"
A trial wR1l conlvinIc eio of its qaiy
& Company, LOCA
3 'sA Mae Mae. that Uised If" 11Bn
EN. CUSTER'S LAST BATTLE
lember of Newton (Mass.) Police
Force for Many Years, Tells of
Fight of Little Big Horn.
Captain John Ryan, for thirty-four
ear a member of the Newton (Mass.)
lice department and veteran of the
ivil and Indian wars. wa's a first
rgeant of M Troop, 7th U. S. Cav
ry. under General Custer's com
iand, and has substantiated his claim
f being the man to fire the first and
Lbt shots in the battle of the Little
In 1874 the Tth Cavalry under com
and of General Custer. conducted
e Black Hills expedition, for the pur
.se of determining if gold existed
I the hills, as the Indians had re
orted. With the troops were many
iining experts and professors from
veral of the large universities.
They explored the hills for ninety
as. The rocky nature of the ground
ade it very hard on the horses. On
ne ot these prospecting trips Ryan's
rse lost a shoe. Under the rules, if
ir horse became lame he would be
>rced to dismount and cetinue on
The blacksmith was at the main
amp. but Sergeant Ryan's ingenuity
it upon a scheme. He had a new
aval.y overcoat which had cost him
14. Cutting off one sleeve, he sewed
p the bottom. placed heavy pads in
Exlored the Hills for Ninety Days.
. and then drew it up over the
~ores's hoof, securing it above the
etlock. In this manner the animal
as kept from lameness.
The horse of another member of
e detachment gave out, and it had
> be shot. Its unfortunate rider was
orced to walk, but Ryan made good
se of the calamity by removing a
oe. With the aid of a geologist's
~ammer he fastened the shoe on his
ount, and was able to ride again
hrough the remainder of the summer.
We are agreeably sur
nonage we have recei
the mercantile field.
We nowA offer'Our cus1
Special Prices on
Hats. We close1
We will devote our tra
cipally, and can make
the best Flour, Suga
Stands for C
difernte .p~ require ani
arc best for all Ciopr. EU
available, and of the hiq.
Phosphoric Acid, Amoa
are the best plant foods ka
i ned ini the ri~h t prLopor it
Give it a tial. 1:e.m;its n~
yo of t. e t ruth of ourl st
WV.I, V ot! O i yrOtleSpin
rie roae tnis norse. an -e-lgei
Kentucky bay, for 10 years, betweer
November. 1866, and 'December, 1876
on all of Custers (marches and en
gagements, and he Ideclares that tht
animal undoubtedly' saved his life in
Custer's last fight.
"On many occasions," said Captaiz
Ryan, "I have shared my rations with
my horse, and have even crept arcund
in the night to pilfer a little forage
Captain Ryan served three years in
Co. C, 28th Mass., and one year in Co.
K. 61st Mass.. in the Civil war, and
ten years with General Custer in
Troop M. .th. U. S. Cavalry, and had
charge of the detail that buried Gen
eral Custer, his brother, Captain T. W.
Custer, and First Lieutenant W. W.
Cook, adjutant. 7th U. S. Cavalry, and
two other commissioned officers and
men. His own company (M) entered
that -engagement with forty-five men
and horses, of whom fourteen enlisted
men and one second lieutenant were
killed, ten men wounded and all their
horses but nine killed. He is the man
who Identified Captain Thomas w.
Custer, whose body was so terribly
mutilated by the Indians, as CaptaiE
Custer was the first lieutenant of Cap
tain Ryan's company for about foul
years before Custer was promoted tc
captain of another company.
Capt. Ryan was wounded foul
times during the Civil war, at the bat
tle of Ream's Station, Va., on the Wel
don railroad. in front of Petersburg
lie was wounded while repulsing i
Confederate charge on August 25
1864, which was his nineteenth birth
'ay, while a membr of Gen. T. F
jeagher's Irish brigade, known as thl
econd brigade. First division, Secont
rrs. Army of the Potomac.
on all live Stock
D ESTROYS ALL
A#RATES - -
We Have '
pisdl with the p)at
ed1 since we eniter'ed ~
Dry Goods an~d
hem out at cos
Ide to Groceries prin
you close pr-ices onl
r, Colee and Lard(.
he s4. ~ company
n- I-'<ods ..what the
plant food4 is solubile and
; iest agr1iI lurl value.
toH, and they are comn
oni ill Navassa Guvno
'ill mare thani convince
te etiIits. Leut usX figure
1 ll~o. -
Cnva I OnI
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
OP ANegetable Prparatonas "
I shiaiu theFoodandk Bears the
ing thieStomaths andBowelsof
r" % ness and est.Containsnreiter O
AperfctRemedy for osliP
tion, sour Stomach,Diarrhtoa
racc~~~ ' Thirty Years
Exac .. CAST RIA
Enct copy of Wrapper. THE @EMTAUR COPAN. NEW TOM OI
METALI S NOLES
Storr.-pf, too, because they interlock and overlap in such a way that the
Sinest driving snow ce al carnnot sift under them.
Best roof for count r bld n; s, because they're safe from all the elements.
7 They'll iso or-' s the b-::lding, and never need repairs.
liEATJIl, BItA .. ...0RROW'~ ( 0., Pickn'is S. C.*
THE DFJi!d THAT REACJHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottling Works,
R. L. Davis Proprietor
chtedules E ffeclive Feb. 9, '1 2 from Eslep, S. C.
N. B.-The- id;low': srhedule figuires a;e ; ub'ished only as inrform-i ion ma d
are not guara'iteedi.
A RR:E FROM THE SOUTHI
No.41 ATLA NT\..------------.-----------2.2am
kStops to disceh:,r poseag r fromr Auainta, or toi reeive
Na eig :; NE rLE r A TL ANTA ....-.46am
Stops only on Sundirays
No. 42 SEN1&A (Daity exer pt Suniday)-....---..8.35 am
c.12 A TL ANTA-..- ..-......--------...-.-.- .5 pm
IP4 A TLAM'T A-....---.....--- ----....-- ..6.25 pm
19?M1NUAM and A TLANTA.-..7 55 pm
. J I arge passeng re from Atlanta and to receive
a n c crth or Charlotte.
ARR1ViE FROM T1HE NORTH
29 g.. Yyg Ig an~d WAiINGTION.-........- .0- a
Smops to trMks ''n ,:abengra for Atlanta and :reyod
:0 - IA RLOTTIE. .... . ...---------11 55a
11 rCiARL(OYTTE.--...--------------------4.00 pmu
41 CUARI.OT'E ---..--- --------------------..9 55 pm
yo,- fort hr ir4'md :Tpiy iTo i ket A ynt or corn spond wvi'.h
W R T tI FM. & ; T. .\ J. L. AIEl.K. A. G P. A.
(HITS T HE SPOT EVER
71ke explanation is simke;fIhye
Imaderi il thie retest cure wi
everPyi$1Qfedleflthus t0opaSS t1h
Jest of our own laboradories :
thieresniio7 ii rmziss"abou tRys
SoldBy Reliable .)ealers Elverywhere
F.8.ROYSTER GUANO C0
1NorfolkVa. Tarboro N.C. Columbia S.C.
.ialtimnore Md. MontgomeryAla. Spartanibu.rg 3(
Ilacon&a. Coluambug 6a.
Is the art of putting into another
mind what is in your own.
IT IS A SUBTLE
It is a means of making a favorable
To have the best results, it must be
the best printing.
That we are prepared to give you
WALK RIGHT IN
1T TOWN CRIER
Was put out of business
by Printer's Ink
PRINTER'S INK Will Get Business
for YOU. We Do Up to Date
JOB PRINTING. A TRY US
Oh, How I Itched!
What long -nerve-racking days of con
stant torture-what sleepless nights of
terrible agony-itch-itch-itch, co2
stant itch, until It seemed that I must
tear off my very skin-then
Instant relief-my skin cooled, soothed
The very first drops of D.D.D. Pre
scription for Eczema stopped that awful
itch instantly: yes. the very moment
D.D.D. touched the burning skin the tor
ture ceased. A 25c bottle proves It.
D.D.D. has been known for years as
the only absolutely reliable eczema
remedy, for it washes away the disease
germs and leaves the skin as clear and
healthy as that of a child.
All other drug;ists have D.D.D. Pre
scription-go to them it you can't come
to us-but don't accept some big profit
But if you come to our store, we are
so certain of what D.D.D. will do for you
that we offer you a full size bottle on
this guarantee:-Tf you do not find that
It takes away the Itch AT ONCE, it
costs you not a cent,
You Won't Get "Stuck"
if vou "stick" to us. Our buqiness is of
please,~ and not 'stick" you. When w., ffer
Pins of All
we make a bol.i bid for your trade, by offer
ing you best selection we cou!d get of
EHAT PINS, BELT PNS,
VEFIL PINS, STICK PINS,
remarkable in beauty, variety and lowness e
price. Iuy some.
H SNI PER.
Easley, S4. C
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge.
Whereas, S. M. Hendricks made suit to
ne to grant him letters of Administra
ion of the Estate and effects of Irine
These are therefore, to cite and ad
onish all and singular the kindred and
reditors of the said Irn' M. Hendricks
eceased, that they be and appear before
nc, in the Court of Probate to be held
t Pickens on -he 8th day of May
912 next, after publication hereof, as 11
'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
f any they have, wh y the said adminis
ration should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 18 day of
M ty Anno Domini 1912.
t2 J. B. Newbery,
J. P. P.0C.
F. E. BoGGS W. ' ma':
BOGGS & FIN2E
Pickens, S. C.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty, S. C.
Practice at Central every Wednedays
1. A. McColl.igh B. F. 3larf in
E. M. Blythe
McUllough, Martin & Blythe
0asonic Temple Greanville,' S. C.
MARTIN. GREPNE & EARLE
Anderion, P. C.
Practice in all Couras.
The famous Pi'-dmont section. North
Ea4t Georgia. The land of opxortut'ity.
Special inducement to fruit growers.
dairymen, stockmen and poultrymen.
A great demand for diversified farming.
Some products to sell eaary th
clonmo market and best pri'e.. Twen
ty odd Tourit hotels in Habe sham
County. (both su-nmer and winter re
sorts), oly 'N8 miles from Atlanta on
main line of Southern Railway toV yoa.h.
ington, D. C. Ten acres apple arelard
produced 3800 bushels of apples netting
$3900.oo. Equally as good for peach1es
pecaneiaraA-0 etc. The ltot of fasi,.jr
lands will iroduce from 1 to 2 balrs of
cotton, C0 to 100 bushels of corn per
cre, besides large crops of small gram
and hay. Pure water, line climate. no
mosquitoes. splendid s.-enery, fine
schools and chureltn-, 1-0. fees eleva
tion. Prices range fromn F5.00 to $25.00
Per acre. Send for descrpave Pambh
et and price Wit.
CORNELIA REAL EjTATE AND
Whole Family Benetfied
By Wonderful Remedy
There are many little things to
annoy us, under present conditions
of life. The hurry, hard work,
noise and strain -a11 tell on us and
tend to provoke nervousness and
irritability.. We are frequently so
worn out we can neither eat, sleep
nor work with any comfort. We
are out of Mne with ourselves and
others as well
A good thing to do under such
circumstances is to take something
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills
to relieve the strain on the nerves.
Mrs. J. B. Hartsfield, 33 Corput St..
Atlanta Ga., writes:
"I have oun several occasions been
vastly relieved by the use of your med
icines, espedlily the Anti-Pain Pils,
which I keep constantly on hand for
the use of myseil husband and two
sons. Nothing in thte world equals them
as a headachre remedy. Often I am
enabled by the use of ene or two of
ePils to contiue tar hiouseWOrk
en otews Iwoud Deinbed. My
husad Join me mpsy pra. of the
Dr. Miles' Ant.Pain Plls
are relied upon, to relieve pain,
nervousness and lrritabilify in tjrou
sands of households. proven
merit after twezity yer use you
can have no reason for b'efaffonger
At all Dragglets, 25 doses 25 aent.
MILES MEDICAL. tiidig6 Ind.
rake an I HC Engine
Home with You
A TALK with your local
dealer may open your
eyes to gasoline engine
possibilities you never thought
of. For your own informatigg
drop in and'see biri-the~ riext
time you are in town and talk
it over with him frankly. He'll
tell you the truth about I H C
engines-and the chances are,
he'll show you how you can't
afford to run your farm any
longer without one.
are among the best labor-savers
and money-makers a farmer can
buy. The local dealer will tell
you why and give you facts and
figures to prove it. He will tell
you just what an I H C engine
will do for you and why it is
the best engine for you to buy.
Learn from him what it means
to have a thoroughly tested
I H C engine and take one home
with you. Made in sizes 1 to
ternatlonai llariester Company of America
:hicago U SA
I H C se.AEmran
The purpose of this knureau is to.furnlsh,
-ee of charge to all, the best informnation
bainable on better farming. If you have
rops. lrt ydrainag. irrigation. frtilizea
Lc.. inake your in suiries specific and 'sen4
uim to. C g vce Bureau. Harvete