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Eutered April 23, 1903 at Pickenn, 8. (., ak secoud clnas matt.r, nnao '.," of Congress of Marnh 3, 1879
VOL Y' v _ _____ _____ PICKENS, SOUINU CAMOINA, T8USa Y, AP~I IL__O7 NO1 190.
Business Locals. S
Nothc ("s of, '.iale, w t1',u,s, Swnps, e1t, e '.
1serted inil th iik ("olnIau 441 at 4etts p1r1
ine f'or enchia ist-r1114 . Nothing takun
ti fo- It".I latti 114"ut,
Sngar and eOffeo at J. 1). Mloore's.
For ale ---'T'lhornlI4hre-1 white Jlinor
:g s 1.25 per 1:1. Co ntiluor lav)< 1s,
noan setters. Mrs. W. T. Bowen,
Route I Pickens, S. C.
Fresh milk cows for sale. Apply to
4. A. Ellis, 1toute 2, Pickens, S. C. 3t
Five car loads of '"Muijestie" flour, full
p.ttent, to yo-i for $4.50 the barrel at R.
(1. Gaines and Gassaway Bros. Contral.
Early amber and eirly orange cane
seed, as clean a5 wheat at Craig Bros. at
=s1.50 the bushel.
Flour and meat at J. D. Moore's.
When in Easley put up your stock
at B. P. Martin's feed and livery sta
ble. He also handles all kinds of
teedetuff. 38-tf
Car load barbed wire at 3 cents the
pund at R. G. Gaines and Gassaway
11ros. Central.
Tobacco & can goods at J. D. Moorb's.
For Sale-Two Jersey cows, fresh in
uilk. Apply to Billy Welborn,Pickens,
-S.C. 3t
20 pounds of sugar for $1 at R. G.
aaines and Gassaway Bros., Central.
I will pay top prices in cash or trade
if you will bring me your chickens and
tggs. J. D. Moore.
NOTICE.-The imported coach stal
li a "Famulna" 2201, wil make
the season of 1907 as follows: Eas
tey, S. C., Monday, Tuesduy and
Wednesday of each weok. Pickens,
'Thursday and Friday of each week.
.Liberty, every Saturday.
Two ear loads of best patent flour at
4raig Brothers-prices right.
Guaranteed patent flour, (Majestie) at
4.50 the barrel at H. 0. Gaines and
xasiaway 1ros., Central.
I would like to fill a limited number
of bills for houses with fitt.eass rough
rimber ti $1 per 100 at mill. 4., miles
west of Pickens. A. W. Gravloy,
Route 3 Pickens.
For Sale--Good top buggy and set of
Iaruess, for cash or on time. Apply to
i-;. D. Garvin, Pickens, S. C. w1
A few first class sewing machines,
-lightly used to be sold at greatly re
duced prices. Also sewing machines re
tpaired. Call at Craig Bros
- 0. P. Knight.
For S%le-621 acre farm 5 miles south
-of Court House, 30 acres in cultivation,
)alance in timber land. Two houses.
-good barn and ontbuildings. Place well
watered. Price $25 per acre.
Pickens, S. C.
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder, en res'T'ired, A(h-' -
'hIg, Sweat ting Swollen feet. Sample Ken 1 ]t r::
is Sample of 'ooT-EAsE SANITARY ConN PAt), a
-ae'w tuvtVIion. Address, Allen 8. Olmsted ,1ae
tto',N. Y
Land IFor Sale.
We have 7,500 acres of land for salo
.n tlracts of from 200 to 1,500 acres in
Gdreene county Georgia. Thlis land is
h'rtile and wvill produce good crops.
We will cut thet large tenets into smiall
larmns and give five year payments with
the first payment cash. Price $10 to f
$1l2.50 par aucre. For further inform a
tionl appuly to
Glreensbor'o, G-u .
* Tips Hat to Judge.
Last M\onday a negro plead guilty
'to housebreakinlg and lareeny befor-e
Judge Aldrich. Tihe judge have himi
2wo y'ears. Tihe same day a white
man plead guilty to the same offense.
The11 judge gave him five years, at the
s:ame time slaying in effect: "The
negro is3ignorant; you aro a white
miian and your opportunities have
b1een ga eater than) the negro and you
-ahould know h)etter." And we arec
infclinedl to tip) our h]at to the judge.
Ngaffne'y Ledger.
Women Outlive Men,
Once mlor'e woman has demonsatrat -
dI lier superior vitality, to the dis
comnfiture of mere man, says the
Wecstminrster Gazette. of thte con
tetnarians who died1 in the UnIited
Kingdom durin x the last year 42
Were womnen and only a paltry 6 were
wemom in 1905 the numbers wnen 3
and 22 re$spO(tiv(-ly, ;and in 1904, 41
1A 22 During t he li4t ten years
the womfen who, die: iafter comnplot
ng 100 years, at least, of life exceed
ed thce nale centcnarians by 327 to
177 -ian advantatge (If noarly 85 per
ce ..
.'Ptel by length of life woman caii
Equal y c'a:m ithe superiority. ],rid
go . Danahaar, who died lust hlilarch in
Limerick, was said to be 112 vears
>ld; Mary O'Hara, another daughtc r
of Erin, was only two years younger,
rnd Mrs. Sarah E an, of Kings
!ounty, wias credited with 107 years,
while Bridget Somers, who ended
her days in Sligo workhjuso in 1904,
had reached the ripe old age of 114
So healthy is Ireland that it is said
be has at present more than 500
sentenarians, while Fngland, Scot
lnd and Vales can only muster 192
nong them.
Graft by Another Name,
They call some things by pleasanter
a nes in New York. For example,
their "anti-tipping" law would be
nown here as an anti-grafting law.
& civil case that should have some
nterest in this dispensary state is on
,rial in a New York city court before
Justice IHascall. Samuel Sirkin, a
nanufacturer, is suing a department
itore for the payment of $1,555 81
vith interest since last Decem ber f, r
oods delivered The department
3tore refused payment on the ground
that Sirkin had violated a section of
the penal code in paying to thu store's
buyer a commission of $75.
In other words, the luying agent
for the store received about 5 per
c:nt. from the manufacturer for
taking the manufacturer's gouds, and
that 5 per cent. was, of course, added
to the bill to the department store.
Under the Now York law the manu
facturer that "influences" the sale in
this improper manner forfeits the
value of the goods sold. It is pop;..
larly believed that a somewhat siani
lar syctem, carried to extremes, is
responsible for the final downfall of
the state dispensary. The rake ofts
were, we presume, too magnificent to
be designated as "tips."- [Columbia
A Mixed School.
In one of the schools down on
[ew York's East S:de, where all na
:ionalities are housed, there is a elai s
)f girls in which are to be found
'epresentatives of seventeen different
unntries. New York is noted as
he gathering place of people from
ll over the world, and it is not uE
>rising to find that in some ich >ols
Ne*w Yorkers uuay predomninate, but
hey do not reign exclusively. In the
natjority, however', thle classes have
Lt least one. child of foreign parents
iind in nanny' of t hose in the neigh
>orhIood of the East Side the foreign
The,1 c*ounitries reprlesented are:
America, Ge rmanty, France, Russia,
[taly, Spaiu, Brazil, China, Jap1'.n,
[reland, Arabia, Cuba, Turkey, M x.
ico, Canada, De)nm'ark und A ustralia.
E acch girl is an excellent ty po of her
coun itry. It is moat uniiusual, of
course, to find Japanese and1 Chinese
situdets in OUr' public schools, I nt
they make bright pupils. Fancy
what a ti'te the teacher of the class
musi't hoave in training minds so mueh
at variance with one another, and in
haai:dling children whose disp)ositionIs
are o d iffejrent, to say nothing of
teachiing themn to master the lan
gtuage of the land in which they
In reply to an advertisement for a
womani I typ)ist at a salary of $3.75o a
week, a h4ondlon firm on M1arch 7 re..
eeived no fewer than 397 replies
Light and Shadow.
The r(c..Il nn( ,1 if ai p Ir y a
liner, of t l pr(';(elfor gii~ %o kw ,, . '
of a (I )m,.1-ity which ht( -t'() i14
p)re;cIm "o4 and,-c t1( wart t.d 1 1t ).
htiIIn , ); ; 1- ' ii at 1i,Id afi-dr, butt . I
itf I he mlire ;.hi1,<S'at 4tiar--I h1( p)! ac
('r's wif'e'(. S he ((11 de a that hle h)
her, pit. up bail for himu to keeo hli
put. tf jatil, and (.ven aill,erlo l o b1e- <
;o(d ( term1is with the other woon,
(r,der t( mane it appear tIat tI
story of his wrong-,1>ing wa aill
mistttkc. How bad a bad man c,
be. and how good i goid woman ca.
be!---[ Augusta Chronicle.
After having livid in poverty i
Yonkers,N. Y., for the past eight yOn
George E. Ward, formerly of PhilL
dolphin, who was the chief financi;
backer in the famous enterprise of in
proving the Savannah harbor, was I
cated lately by his wife, who obtainc
a cle, to his whereabouts through
pension agency.
Ward was a wealthy contractor i
the early oighties, with his home i
Philadelphia. In 1889 lie soured ti
contract to dike up the channel of tL
Rappabannock River at Fredericksbur
At that time John Gaynor and Benji
min D. Green secured from W aird $75
Oa10 to help finance tho.sebeme of in
proving the Savannalr harbor. 'f
Savannah harbor improvements turnr
out to be a swindle, and WNard's fo
tune was swopt away. his contra
at Fredericksburg also proved a failu
and it was thin time that the wcaltt
contractor deserted his wife, and sin<
then has been wanderin anoout tl
country under an assumed name.
Ho is sixty-eight years old, gri
haired, and a nervous wreck. R
contly he applied for a pension, havil
served in the civil war, and it w
through this agency that Mrs. Wa
obtained a clew as to nis wheroaboul
B. L. Toland, formerly a state co
s'able and ex-United States dopu
marshal, was lodod in jail at Sparta
hure, S. C. by Assistant Dopu
Sheriff Bocknoll, who went to Atlan
for Tol"aad. At the last term of ti
criminal court Toland was convict
on the charge of obtaining goods u
der false protonses and was son tone
to pay a fine of $100 or servo a term <
the chaingang. At the timo of tCh
trial he was out on bond and he failc
to present himself to the officers i
enter sontonce or pav,r.he fine. Sever
weeks ago ho went to Atlanta and h
bondsmen requested that be be brougl
hck to that city and bo required t
p1y his fine.
Tho dolcg :es of Grace 1;piscopr
church, of Anderson. 8 C to the Di(
cosanc Council in Columbia next mont
are instructed to urge the council t,
change the law concerni 'e the v'otin
of women in all of the Episcopal paris
affai rs. At present the womien ot th
church have no voice in parish matters
This was decided unon at the afnnua
parish meeting vestorday' afternco
when a resolutioni irstructing the delt
gates passed. The following Easte
eloctioni. resulted at the meeting: Wai
dens, WV. A. Bell, and C. W. Wohl
Vestrymen, S. M. Or:, T. C. WValtor
P. HI. Fuller, C. U. Sayre,S. M. Piei
ens, M. L IBonhaim and( F~redl C
B3rown. I.ologates to Council, Fri
0. 15ro)wn, P. II. Fuller, R. r'. Weld
M. L. IBonham. A P'ornate, C. C
Sayro Sectorav, T. C. Walton, an
Trnasurer, Fred Cl. BIrown.
A small riot occured at 10:30 o'clow
at Liynchbu rg, V.. ,at Fifth and Mai
streets in which two white amen nu
two ne'grr.os wvere shot, the negre
wounads p robablly h,i ng (atal. .\ II has
Ibeen rem oved toi the city hosm iil
Threeit whita amen were walking<
F?ifbtht treets aind t hey wero jositled<
thme sidelkil by four netgrois, onliI
the white amen bei nu knocked do(wn0
th. gultt er. A qua11rrtl eanud mi
general shooitingi' occurrod. ten or
(1o5.nn shots uning exchangnd. A stre
'ar approachin[r waus strucrc a nnmbnr
of tinirms, the glas: in tho vestibu1lI
bI i illy shattered. how lotormtan
I;rafly, who was operating the ear es
Iaper1 bein! struck is a nsytory. as
h os . both sides and in front of him
w1I shalterd. Ti wvounded whito
b min arsir A [L. Weir, who was sh .4 in
the hip and left leg, nnc S C. ('law
ford. who was struck in tho hip. Thc
woOuncded necro is John laskius, who
wan struck in the abdomen. An n
n known no(roe, who escaped was shot
io throurth the wrist.
a ------
n At Enoroo Monday afternoon a
young white man .namod Lawson,shot
Bob Killets in the right broast. inflict
ing a wound that may result in h-e
death. The ball passed through Killets
luznz and lodged under the skin in the
I1 It appears that Killet anl several of
his friends were at Enoroo late Mon
day afternoon and were the worse from
liquor. They met Lawson, whom they
a had never seen before, and Killetts
begged him to take a drink with him,
which Lawson declined to do. Ho then
walked away towards a drug store at
a Enoroe. Kill(tts followed and after
e talking to him gave young Lawson a
Ssound thrashing. Whon Lawson arose
from the ground he had his pistol in
his hand and fired at Killett the ball
- striking him just below the right nip
ple Killett is in a serious condition.
I-l is about 25 years of age and mar
rieo. Lawson is 18 years of ago.
W. E. Chatten, private secretary to
'an official of the Jamestown Company,
e stationed at the Tercentennial grounds
who surrendered himself to the Nor
1 folk police on a warrant for wife-de
sertion. appeared before police Justico
Simmons in Norfolk. but owing to his
as residence at the exposition grounds
rd Justice Simmons did not have juris.
diction. He was held for tue Norfolk
county authorities in $500 bond.
Mrs Ohatten alleges that she was
n- deserted in Los Ange.les, with five
ty small children. Chatten %vas employed
n. in Los Angeles zis a hook keeper and
y received a salary of $125 a month, but
ta left to come to work at the Exposition
e grounds, where he is now, it is allegcd
d receiving a salary of .150 a month
n. Mrs. Obatten alleges that she has only
rmceived $25 from him since he left
)n her seven months ago.
Captain Groom, of Philadelphia,
commander of the state constabulary,
t has issued orders that any private who
eets narried shall receive an honorable
discharuc, whil no married nin
shall be enlisted. This ordor was
necessary, says Captain Groom. he
cause married troopers live outside the
barracks and are not readily available
in case of sudden call for duty,making
most of the work of this kind fall np.
on the unmarried troopers in the bar
racks. F?ully a dozen of the members
of Trosop B. sta tioniled hre, have boon
married roc.onstly, and several ar en..II
unoed to wed young women of t he
D)r. and Mrs. Loyd Gare wore buarn
0(d to (1ea1h, and J ahn Martin, of
Fiirmlont WI. Vai., narrowly oceaplodl a
d similar (deathi at Sut.ton W. Vai. when
the Ri vorviewv botel was dlest roynd by
lire causing monetary loss of s810(1.
DrI. andl( Mrs. Gasre were maried .ves.
terday ini Mounsvillo W. Vai. a ndl
were eni route to tho bhone of the
groom's mnot her, Mrs M arv Garei,
H whsere a wedldinu :tnpp)or a waitod t heir
k coin g. Mrs.GCare wras MissI li zabeoth
a ~ Winagrove, of Mounadsan ilI. IDr. Garo
d su a~ years of age. had jnst liini shid
Isis 1. nuial educast ion.
TIous 11iro oriinallfld in the~ laundiry
of thes hotel iad w i.hin a few inutes
thle bild ig was envyelop ed ia n ims
-r John Matrtin had an interior room and
,fv.hIsen lie hear d the0 cry of lire lie rnad 11
n his way ito the room1 acei-sed by
D )r. and Mdrs. (Gare and t ealod f',( romn
a the window. Ile says t he hr d ies were
it lying on the floor.
)\'IE.IIUS3:AN)'S DEA ) 13OI Yi
A inwd wit.h n rifle and setanding
,,ua rd over her dead husbanu's body,
Mrs. L. C. Dlrow hold a sH1t iff' and
four dh-JOnties at hay for over 20 hours
yeste rday at Water Valley, [n.,aecord
in" to dispatch-s re('ived from thoro.
It. is chnri-d tlt. MIs. 1)rew sh )t
her Iu,band. Vlien tho sheriff's posse
asrrived to arrest the woman shc: toened
fire, .shorting whenover one of the olli
cers showed himself. the was not cal.
turefd until heIr ammunition was ox
hausted. Another woman whose
name has not been mado public, was
found with Mrs. Drew but so far as
khown she did not take part in the
shooting. No cause for the shooting
of her husband is known. H was 48
years old.
Despite the boasted beauty of Eng
land, that country's civilizsition, so
far as the administration of its landed
heritage is concarned, has drifted back
ward since tha day of Elizabeth. At
that time, and long thereafter, the di
sirability of an extensive sub-division
of land, and of giving overy family at
least so much attachment to the soil
as grow out of the use of the village
commons, was fully recognized. It
was required that the cottage of every
peasant should have at least four acres
of land attached. Under this system
of land division a splendid yeomanry
grow up, the " backbone of the nation"
in peace and war. Its decadence, the
enclosure of the commons, and drift
of the rural population to the cities
has reduced the bankhone to punk.
No triumph of con merco or war or
diplomacy abroad can compensate for
doery in manhood, and loss of num
hors in its independent agricultural
population at home. The conscience
of the nation, represented by the party
now in power, recognizes this, and
strenuous eltorts are now being made
to get the people back to the land,
the land back to the people. Whoever
imagines that the return of the people
to their own-the rooccupying of broad
parks and game preserves by groups of
cottages, industrious farmers and spor
tivo children-will impair or degrade
the beauty of the land, has a perverted
aesthetic sonse. A happier England
will mean a more beautiful England.
Americans who visit Belgium with
observant ey :, and note the rows of
fruit tri's bordering the public roads,
come away impresseed with a sense ot
wasted opportunity in their own coun
try. Just think what an abundance
there would now be of fruit of all kinds
as well as of umbrageous beauty every
where, if the miles and miles of dull,
shadeloss American roads had been
planted with hardy ap; I , cherry,1lum
antd paar ros ! Tuo cost would have
boen slight, tr e amount of care re
'i uired, small, thL' returins, how large!
Jn the neigh borhiod of townms anid cities
alIso, the abundance of roadside fruit
which the boys might be permitted,
under slight r'strictions, to pick up
and eat at. will, would have been a
orotect ion to piv ate treo, which few
persons no0w attempt to grow On aIo
count of tho gonoral apprehension
that the boys, not the cultivator,
would get the fruit.
'Tho town whose stores and shops
thiv one 11 the pat ronage of a large
popu'ation engaged in agricultural pur..
suits and home hmandit r . It is a far
p)leasanItor and healthier p'laco to hive
in tlhan ono whore population is nacked
in factories amad tenement houses.
IPlant flowers in the soul's front yard,
Set out new shado and blossom trees,
An' lot t ho soul, once froze and hard,
Sprout I rcuses of new ideas.
Yes,rloanm yer house, an' clean yor shed,
An' e,loan yer barn in ev'ry part;
llut brush the cobwebs from yer head,
An' sweep the snowbanks fronm yer
heart. Sam WXalter l'oss.
A co0ld~ i nich more eabily tntred
Li ixative liniey uad Tar opens the bow
ebIi and( drive Vthe lc'(old out of the system
mymgor old. Sol by i'iekenms Drug

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