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1 ) ered April 28, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0., as second class matter, under act of Congress of March 8, 1879.
Items From This Thriving Town and
Personals and Other Matters.
Ealoy. S. U., Dec. 4--This morninE
as the Pickens train was making th
return.trir to Pickens.Mr. James Dal
t<un was struck and fatally injure
and died this afternoon at 6 o'clock
Hu never regained consciousnes
enough to speak. Dr. 0. N. Wyat
dressod his wounds and did all
co ~~ieve hisgusferuig. Ii
lun were t rished and severa
I1 were brpkon.
'I'ho accident ocucrrod just w her
the Pickons road branches ofT fro n
the main line of the Sonthorn. I
will ho renmemblored they run paralie
for about a half mile. Thu train was
in charge of Engineor Joancs and Cap
tain Taylor. Engineer Jeans saw the
man on the track and could have stop
p;ed but thought of course hie wouI(
d got off the track when he rang the
boll and whistled. In stead of gettins
off he steuped to the middle of the
track and was struck by the tender, al
the engine was running backwvards.
There seams to be no reason to blame
those in ebarYe of the train. Th<
only explanation seems' to be tha
Mr. Dalton thought the train was 01
. the main line.
Mr. Dalton was about fifty years o
age and leaves a wife and severa
children. le bad started out inti
the country to purchase some cattl<
when the accident occurred. It i
generally concedec1 that be thoughi
the train was on the main traoci.
The "D oodle"has not been makini
a early trip in the morning only sine,
Nos. 42 and 41 were put on and he waa
ly not expo eting it.
Mi". J6hn Craig left this week fo
Nashville. Okla., where he has goni
to lok after business interests.
A representative of the Fisco Towr
Site Co., came through this sectioi
not long since selling lots in the towi
of Nashville, a town comparativ el:
now. All those buying as many al
tivo lots wero given free transporta
tion there and back. Mr. Craig wil
join the excursionists in Birminnhan
and will be gono for about twent,
Mr. B A. Bentley, of Waballa, waw
in the city to day Mr. Bentley waa
married to Miss Mavmo Torbe Ias
Monday at the home f the bride'.
father in Atlanta, )r. John E. Whit
~ofliciating. Mr. B3ent.1ley is ai 190s
graduate of Purman University icna.
is now practicing law in Walblta.
Mrs. C. WV. Martin, who has heoz
visiting relatives in Easley, has re
turn-u to A tlanta.
Dr. W.O Singlotary is now in chargc
of the Palmetto Pharmacy. Dr. Sin.
glotary is stopping at the Mountaii
fViw Ilotel, but expects to move hi
family here a little later.
Mr. . N. Mullinax, who lives abou
three miles fr em Easloy, had hiu
barn destrod by fire Saturday nigh
about 10 o 'clock. A lot of fodder
corn and other feed was burned to
tether with two cows. The tota llos
is about one thousand dollars, witi
only two hundred dollars insurance
Mr. Mullenax was in Easley whei
the fire occurred an does not kniov
how it caug ht.
'Mr. Bob Lathem has moved into hi
home here which he 'has reicently com
p1 eted. He has one of the nicest res
idences in Easley. It is located on th
highest points in Easley and is equip
ped with water works and electri
Miss Ma rgar let Geer, accompanle
by Miss S adie Gregory, Mary Gee
and Sallie McGee, all of the Green
ville Fema le College, spent last Suri
day "'It h her pa ents, Mr. an
Mrs. .Johii M. Geer.
Mr .Alex Robinson of the sophomor
class of 0 lemnon, spent Thanksgivin
with hiN parents, Mr and Mrs. W. W
H lon. .J. P. Carey, of Pick~ons wvas i
Easloy todlay.
Mr. E. P. McGravoy wont to Andeg
son yesterday on business.
The) manny froinds of Mr. J). TV. la
tte il b~I e glad toi learn he( i gai
able to he outi.
fg'iature ap
atona eh. 'na~ -t
Count Assaults Mne.Gould'e Concierge
When Gard Is Refused.
Paris, Dec. 3.-Count Boni do cas
telano drove in a motor car to the
marble palace where dwells the Am
erican woman who divorced him. Al
ighting, the count gave his card to
the concierge saying:
'Send that to Mme.Gould."
Mme. has given ordera that you must
never enter here, sir." answered the
a concierge, coldy polite. Livid, with
t rage, the count raised his cane and
dealt the man a heavy blow on the
head. As the consiergo reeled, the
blood spurting from his scalp, Count
Boni sprang into the auto and whizzed
away. It was necessary to call a sur
geon to attend the conciertte.
The Paris Figaro says:
"Mme. Gould and count de Boni
Castollane both will marry again
shortly. She is engaged to a11 Aneri
can millionaire. She will pass sove
ral months of each year in her palace,
which is the most beautiful home in
France. Nothing will be chnged in the
sunptus current of her life, save that
her dinner plates and carriage pillows
will not flaunt a count's coronet.
"His, too, will bo brilliant marriane.
Boni do Oastollane hopes to revive
the ancient glories, to entertain kings
again. His future wife is a widow, a
millionaire who owns a chateau in the
provinces, a splendid hotel in Paris,
a yacht, race horses, and has great
Influence with the newspapers "
Columbia, Dec.5 -Chief of Police
Owen Daly -has been warned against
two young men who worked:the bogus
check game in Camden Monday. Giv
ing their names as J. M. Cole and
W.J. Beiley, they presented a check
for 875, bearing the alleged signature
of the Chattanooga Hardware compa
ny. Shortly after it had hnen cashed
the check was found to be worthless,
and efforts were made to arrest the
men, but they had gone towards Sum
ter and could not be located.
Both the men are smooth shaven and
apparently abcuit thirty years of ago.
Colc is usually the spokesman.
'ostolco MIay bce Abe 1h143d and People
are Indignant.
Equality, Dec. 4.-The small cot
ton crops of this section have boen
gathered, but not all aoll. Those
who Can are holding it for eleven
cents and nothing less will buy it.
If the cotton crop is as short over
the south and west as here, the
ton million bale amount will not
be reached.
Corn is quite good . There will
be plenty of ''hog and hominy" up
this way. 'Thsle are numbers of
fine porkers that will Soon make
their last squeal.
O'possums have been plentiful
and the ''nigger" is happy, for to
his palate nothing is so delhcious
as possum and 'taters.
Thankgiving was hardly observ
ed in this communmty. Everyone
up here takes his holiday Sat.urday
afternoon. It is almost Impossi
ble to hire a negro to work on Sat
- Mr. Luther Prince has moved
near Carmel. Mr. Mark Prince
is moving into the house vacated
by his brother Luther.
Mr. Jim Th~cmpson and family
will shortly move to Williamsburg
rcounty, much to the regret of their
-many friends here who are loath
to give them up. Mr. Thompson
is a most worthy gentleman.
The Sundlay school at the Pres
Sbyterian church is to be reorganiz
-ed next Sunday. It is hoped thlero
will ho a full attom danice.
The post master bmore~ hias b oon
. notified that this oflico' is to be
discontinued a fter .Jani. I16:h. Pa
-trois of this otlico and( of irauta No.
1 are bitter'ly opposed t,o it as it is
thought liout No. I will be abolish-.
ed als~o. There'n is' also talk that
R Iouto NYo. 7,, w.ill1 make on v thi"o
i'ouil,di p i Wo'k. T['b goudl leoOle
(of.1 his seetionm wt to knmow wvhat
Ithne havn (Iloni to~ dwiv' sneh
Miss Sadie Haynie of Belton is
again teaching school at this place,
and boarding at the home of Mrs.
Prince. .
Miss Sue Crawford of Clemson
has been visiting Miss Lillie Whit
lock.'who acoonpanied Miss Craw
ford home Saturday.
The young yeoplo has a most on
joyablo dance at the residence of
Mr. Jim Griflith the evening of
the 29th.
Mr. Frank Gleon has s curod a
position as guano inspector for
several of the.northeast counties
and will enter upon his duties Jan.
Miss Josephino and M iss Zoe
Rankin are staying with their sis
ter, Mrs. W. M. Watkins at Fitz
gerald, Ca., and attending a busi
ness college there. They will grad.
uato the last of December and will
then accept positions as steno
Mr. E. F. Allgood wass called
by telegram recently to Oklahoma
to see his brother, Van, who was
ill with pneumonia and died short
ly after Mr. Allgood arrived.
Luther Craig the Victim of a Fatal Accl
Aiken, December 2.-Luther
Craig, a white man, was shot and I
killed last night by the accidental
discharge of a pistol. Craig was
going home from the city about
8.30 o'clock in a buggy and as he
was going down a hil just on the
edge of town a piece of the har
ness broke.
le had a revolver on the seat,
and when he got out of the Buggy
to fix the harness the pistol was in
some way thrown out on the
ground, and it was discharged, the
ball entoring.his left side, and he
(lied an hour afterwards. le was
38 years old and a prominent mem
ber of the I. O. O. F., Red Men
and Junior Order of United Ameri
can Mechanics. His remains will
be interred this aftercioon at Town
Creek Church. He will be buried
by the Old Fellows.
Seve,, Are Woundedl, Three Fatally in
w Fight in Alabama, One Having hil
Tongue Shot OIW
Jacksonville, Fla, December ,2.
Seven negroes shot, three of whom
will die, is the result of a general
row and shooting affray, growing
out of *an old feud at Marietta,
seven miles from this city, this
mornin)g. Those fatally wounded
are Leater Brunson, Alex Prime
and James Hadley, They are in
the hospital here for treatment, as
are the four other wounded men
Seven negroes, charged with doing
the shooting, have been arrested
and are in jail here. The climax
came through one negro, striking
another with a fence picket.
Friends of each armed themselves
and the war began. The jawbone
of One of the negroes was shattered
and his tongue shot off.
Man Nanmd o3hariey Manney suffering
from a Knife Thrust.
Columbia, December 2.--Char.
ley Manney, who was stabbed last
night in a fight near the Olymp a
Mill, is getting along very well,
although his lung was penetrated
by h knife. The wound however,
is very serious.
Maniney and .. b logers were
ini an al1terecatio,n aiid Rtogers's
father, Willham~ l{ogora. ailso took
a hand. It is said that both hather
andl son use'd their kijs.
Mannres hasi a wouInd uIndfer the
ribs ion the loft sido, anrd ano theor
undal'r the irighit sh oubmlo Pr lde,
Thle liogers miien aie unrder ar
Snecoeded Mr. Gunter.
Attorney General Lfroy F.
Youmalis died at his home in
Uolumbia Monday morning in his
eventy-third year. He had beein
in failing heahh for some tim1e,
but recently h seemed to be re.
covering, nt:d his death was unex
pooct ed atnd at great shock. Mr.
Younans was nale assistant at.
torney general last year, Vice W.
l-. T!ownsend, renigned, antd-became
,tornov general i few months later
-n the death of Attorney General
Gunter, lie offered fIr elction
in) the primary this sulunmr and
mnldf, a spllndid race, althougIi he
Vas too feelble to att'nd any of thel(1
'amnpaign leetigs. He seik'ed
he Coilfederacy as a 1unber of
Company F. Third South Carolina
Regiment. He was a member of
EIampton's admini istrat.ion, sne
eeding Attorney General;Connor,
who resigned in 1877. and was after
ward re-elected to the the place.
e was four years district attorney
ifter=that, and was a circuit solici
Gor before the civil war. Mr. You,
mans was one of the finest orators
n the South.
Vel Known MetiodiNt Sclhool Now Un
ter Methodist Conference.
Columbia, Dec. 4.-The Metho
llst conference accepted the Lan
ier Female College yesterday, af.
ter a heated debate. The vote was
very close, the proposition for the
Boufernceo to acce)t the inlstitutionl
Winning out, by the close majority
of four votes.
The acceptance of tle college
was forced by the statomn,lt of
Rev. I. A. Child, who said that
another denlomination wanted the
college, having made a Ilhtttering
oll'er. Hr. Child, who is one of
the largest stockholders ini the
college. did not want to see it pass
out of the hands of the Methodists
of the state. The fi iends of the
Columbia Female College fought
the proposition for the conference
to accept the charge of the Lander
Dollege, stating as their reason
Lhat they (lid not want to assume
mother debt, when thore was al
ready a debt of 84,000 on the Co
lumbia Female College. There is
a debt of $12,000 on Lander Col.
lege, but the confeience accepted
the college with the debt. The
plant of the collegej is worth
$50,000 and the attendance at the
school this year was 137.
Mr. Nettles Rie-Elected
Rev. S. A. Nettles was re-elected
aditor of the Southern Christain
Advocate. the official organ of the
Methodist church of the state.
Rleported That theby WVin (to to Okilahoma
to Live.
A dispatch from Columbia says:
l'ho Edgefield Chronicle is authori
G.y for the news that Senator Till
rnan's two sonis will likely move to
3klahome, where it seems that
Benator Tillman has acquirod|someo
property interests of value which
B. R. Tiillman, Jr., and H en ry C.
I'illmnan will control. The Chroni
sle says:
''Benjamin RI. Till manl, the
>Idest of the two sons of Sonator
B3. R. Till man, lef't his hom'' iIear
>ur towni a wveek or mlore age ftor
he new State of' OlIahio,' whire,
o far as wve can learn, I.. aitl his
amiily will m ake thir homett. Mrs.
he* f t'nhily of' S('len *' fTLua. andIl
homa. We understand, too. the
Henry C. Tillman, who lives i
Greenwood and has lately married
will also move to Oklahoma."
The above cannot be eustained
though it hag bon known tha
Senator 'I i mlr had interests tI
tne new Stu tt of Oklohona.
Charges Against Payne.
New York, Nov. 2S.--Charges. tha
Louis F. Payne, when state superin.
tenident of insturanee demanded $100,
000 fromn the llutual Reserve 141fe in
Surance rcompan.y under threat o
showing that the coinpan.V was in.
solvent, and that Pret,d-ent F reder.
iclk A . [itrn!:ant had saidi that he
had paid 'lr. 1'ayn $10,000 were nadf
by Aasistai )istrict Attorney NotI
in the trial of Ii. 1. Burnham, Jr.
Found Dead in Lumber Yard.
New Orleais. Nov. -.---''he drha
body of a nuIn hI)liecvd to bc' Jatlea
ivenport , of Cincinnati ..., wa
fa;itnd in a litnuber yard here. l'apers
and an acident it uralnce policy found
on the body bore tlhe iame of "James
havenport, Cincinnati, O." Thu cor
oner 'rendered a verdict declaring ap
oplexy to be the cause of death.
Robbed and Left To Roast.
Steubenville, O. , Nov. 28.--id
ward Coulter, a. teamster, was at
tacked on the West Virginia side o
the Ohio river by tramps, who tool
his money, stripped him of his cloth
ing and left him :inconscms will
his body lying across the still burnini
coals of a fire. He revive4 suffi
clentlyto roll away from the fire, an
gave a description of his assailants
who have not yet been apprehended
Coulter cannot recover.
Daughter Kills Mother and Self.
Upper Sandusky, O. , Nov. 28.
Coronetr Stu.t, has. rendered a verdic
that the death of Mrs. Henry iar
man and her daughter, Mary, wa's
case of niurder and suicide. He sayt
the daughter cililed her mother anc
herself' with -morphine. It was at flro
believed that the two women hadl beer
m%phyxiated by escaping gas in theit
Birmingham Loses $60,000 ley Fire.
Birmiugham, Ala. , Nov. 28.-Fire
in Morris avenue totally destroyed
the buildin;; occupied by Bell & M'y
ers and Do)uglai Bros., prodrtce tmer
chailtA, entailing a lose of. about
S$60,00. Caputin Teeter, of a lo
cal hose compatry, fell tkrouigh an
elevator shaft and awut.aie d'ous
internal injuries.
Germany Owes $950,000,000.
34rlin , Nov. 28.-A nnenorandniu
submitted to the Reichstag Tuesday
deakag w'it leg1elttion concoraung
public ians si 1675, shows that
the imperial debt- amoun'ted to WO,
000,000 Oct. 1, 1906, and that morl
..h "n half that sum was speat on thu
avm.y and navy.
A Most Valuable Agent,
''The glycerinef emptloyetd ini Dr. Pierce's
medielntes greatly (nnc tes the mtedichtial
p)roporties which it extracts from ntative
mediinal roots tand( holds in soltiona
much batter thatn alcohol would. It ab-o
posssses medicinal properties of its own,
being a valulable demutleentt, nutrItive,
antisaptic and antifermenit. It adds
great.ly to the efficacy ocf the Bilack Cherry
bark. Blloodroot, Golden Seal root, Stone
root and Quteen's rotot, contaiined in
"Golden Medical Discovery " in sutbdtning
chrouie, or Ilingering coughts, bronchialI,
throat and lung affectoons, for all of whtich
tthesO agents are recotmmended by stand
ard medical authorities.
In all cases where there is a wasting
away of flesh, losst of a ppet.ite, wit,h weak
stomach, as in the early stages of cont
sumoption, there can he tno doub t that gI y
cerlino acts as a valuiable ntutrit,ive and(
aIds the Gloideni Seal root Stonn root,
Queen's root and( iack Ciuerryvbark in
promnoti ng digestion andio bil d ing up the
fkesh and strength, conlttroll ing the coutgh
and( britnginag abhout, a heallthy contdition
of the whole syst,em, Of course, It must
niot ho ex pected to work miracles. It. w ill
ntot eutre com,umpi jtiont ex,cepJt it its earl ier
stag.es. It, will (cu14~revr severe, iibsti
nat4. hang-ott, chironie Icouitg hs, bro nch IalI
an tlairyngt.ea Itt4 itru les, andi 'I chon ic sor'o
thrt wittt.h boti rseness. I int cte coutghis
t,.sn tsoeffect lie. It. is itn t.he I lingerinzg
ha ntt-ont otughts, or t hose of lontg st audfing,
luntgs, tha;t it hais perftormedu. its most5
nti \li.d. (oIllue.e (htcengo. says~ of gly
Iianufa3 l3 t a prod:, s;3 Ib p een i..n
Much Time Was Spent In St..
curing Jury.
Dr. James N. Ellis Was the First
Witness Called-Gun and Cartridges
Used in the Gun Are Exhibited In
Atlanta, Nov-. 2S.--.. H1. Crattch.
field, the iiachiniery aigent, was plac- ;'
i cd on trial in .he s.up or con rtrt , tcJi e
crii tinal di vi'.'. n,.1 .tidge linan p,res.d
ing. \\'dunesda lilurniuig. Ti'h( (.iargte
agai-n-si hint is -b;>ctig his wife, \irs. -
Sallie ('rt( hifi"ld., with intent .( kill.'
Alucl lotne was spent in sch eting
the jury. The reinnants of . veral
.)aIei's were usetd to cht/osc t;:c jury
from, cisidrrablo difliculty be;.g ex
peri(Iec 1.
1>r. Jlamies N. EllIs, who atit nded
i\lrs. ('rutchlidd, in ier illness, was
the lirsl witness.
Th'll.( gtn us.ed1 by ('rutchfilii when
he shot his wife apld the cartridges
wve (xiitiled in cl)tult.
Alrs. Hattie Barrett, who t0.-:lt
ahout C rut child's alleged thrcaI l,a
in the court room.
It was stated 'that an effort n .ild
be made to have Mlrs. Crutchil1d
1 brough, into court if she were ;. ic
ally strong enough.
Reiitwn It. Arnold, V. A. l.atch
I elor and .1. E. AlcClelland rept. :ent
Threatened to Kill Rockefeller.
New Yo4k, Nov. 28.-Vhar:ed '
with threaetning to kill John D. lk
et'eller unless he paid her a million
dollars, Mrs. Rose Delinax I( a-:ols
Ianditeld, 40 years of age, was ar
rested in front of the ofllces of the
Gtrardianl 'Trus-t company in U(,,:or
Broaidway. The arrest was mia(i(" on
a walrrantt tssu'c. by a police malt,is
traI(e. At. the di:t-rIet attorney'> of
ice M.rs. Ilandfield said tinit her
hushau(l had Ieen iiin the oif Iusiiess
but that he had been ruind b.t :h
Stanlaii Oil colrpany. Alrs. Irla.d
tetl is charged with having forced
herself into the office of Mr. ? :e
feller's secrotary las Pi 'rlday anl '[e
CIrIr v h ;t' \ya1tiitetl a million (!( ':'s
and that if shit did not get it 1"::;h
with , 'he "'ould kill Mr. Rockefeller
and! huu'it (Oll th(e buil(ling w (i. t the
c0111iny's otticew are lcarnted.
Luther Frazier Was Convicted.
MtIanta, No1. 2\.-- Iulher F44ra
zier, the negro vho enteted the house
of Re'. T. b. liryan, a Mothodist
miuister, on the night of Sept. 20,
and in a partially dtisrohed condition,
sought to e'sault. Miss Orrie Bryan,
was, convicted in Iie superior Ciourt
of attemplted criinlal aseault and
sentenced by Judge' iloan to fifteen r
years in the penilten'tiary. Frazier,
who in about 20 years old, will have
to face another trial upon an inditot
mlent charging attemp)ted crimnat as- -
sault upon Mr's. . Bryan on the same
The Caus~e of Many
Sudden- Deaths.
f'here Is a disease prevailing in this
country most dan ,erous because so decep
''"" .tive. Many sudden
* deaths are caused by
it - heart disease,
.'pneumonia, heart
J - failure or apoplexy
.. are often the result
kidney trouble is at-.
lowed to advance the
' kidney -p ois one d
blood wilt attack the
m.vital organs or the
kidneys thuemselves break down and waste
away cell by cell.
B!adder troubles most always result from
a derangement of the kidneys and a cure IS
obtainecd quickest by a proper treatment of
the kidneyz. li you are feelIng badly you
caln make no mistake by takin gDr. Kilmer's
Swamp-R~oot, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy.
It corrects; inability to hold urine and sc:ald
inlg painl in passing it, and overcomes that.
unp:u~ant necessity of being compelled to
go ofteni during the day, and to get up many
tim: 'duinig the night. The m4ld and the
ex.irw>rdinary eff"ct of Swamp-Root is soon
uib t. It stands the highe:;t for Its won..
di' f. I cres of thImo:; d.istretingiiy cacas...
1 mr-I..O't is pleas;ant t o take aund sold
by dugg:-.s i fity-entandone-dollat
botles.. (oiu ma-y -
Ic w n':.f-Id newti .
rvan a book thait '
tfr' by mail. Addrc'ss Dr. Ki!mcr &A.Co.
imch:vnon i, N. Y. WVhen writing mention.
o oiin' t'6i generous~ offr in' thb. paper.
Don t miake any mistake, but iemomboe
a name'. Sw.imp-Root, Dr'. Kilmer' a
:ic R ot, and the addrcss, s3inghaimton,~
N. Y. ont o.vcry bottle. P' '

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