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D. B. C
Notices of Sale, Wants. Swaps,
inserted in this Column at 5 centv
line for each insertion. Nothing
for leas than 10 cents.
We do not out quality, theref
cannot out prices.
Piokens Bottling WV
Wanted, to buy 1,000 hens, 1,5
en eggs and all the roosters that
get. W. E. Freeman
When in Easley .put up you
at B. P. Martin's feed and live
ble. He also handles all ki
Call and gee me If yon wane a
or any work ini the phtograph 11
May 2918 E.M. FARMI
Opposite Folger, Thorntey
We have just received a solid
Zanesville stone ware oonsisl
churns, pitchors, etc. The ohu:
be sold' ut 100 the gallon. Ask
this beautiful ware whether you
buy or not, Craig Bro
I would like to fill a limited
of bills for houses with firat-clasi
lumber at 81 per 100 at mill. 4
west of Plokens, A. W. GIra,
Route 8 Ph
FOR SALE- Mare 7 yea
:850 lbs. In good health.
. jun13tf D. D. J
A few first class sewing in
alightly used to be sold at gre
- duced prices. Also sewing maci
.paired. (Jail at Craig Bros,
Just recoived, a fresh supply
umn, rolled oats, cocoa and
. jelatine and canned goods at
Call on W. H. Chastain, R. F.
5 miles North of Pickens, if in
-building lumber, oak or pine. Al
-will receive prompt attention.
For sale-126 acre farm fot
west of Easley, three good hon
all necessary outbuildings, etc.,
in cultivation balance in timber
:$45 per aore. Terms to suit.
H, M. HEST
'We make our drinks, not on
of how cheap, but how good.
Piokens Bottling i
Fresh Milch Cows for Bale.
3 G. A. Ellis, Pickens
'Moore o& Mauldin have just re
big lot of barb wire, also nail
jcinds and sizes.
less deadly than it used to be.
nd usually complete recovery
sh air, and-Scott's
ITSs 600. AND $1.00."
ig in their tick
0th' instant, or
W1I be given
t nearest guess.
The Story of a Medicine.
Its name-"Golden Medical Discoverv
So was suggested by one of its most import
ant and valuable ingredkents - Golden
Seal root. &
etc, Nearly forty years ago, Dr. Pierce dis.
per covered that 11e could, by the use of pure,
aken triple-refilned glycerine, aided by a cer
tain degree of constantly maintained
heat and with the aid of apparatus and
appliances designed for that purpose, ex
tract from our most valuable native me
re we dicinal roots their curative properties
much better than by the use of~ aleobol,
arks. so generally employed. So the new world
famed "Golden Medical Discovery," for
30 doz- the cure of weak stomach, indigestion, or
d yspepsia, torpid liver, or biliousness anid
we can kindred derangements was first made. as
a Co. it ever since has been, without at particle
of alcohol in its make-u of
r stock A glance at the full flto t agrdi
ry sta- ents, printed on every bottle-witapper,
fwill show that it is made from the mest
nds of valuable medicinal roots found growing
iS--tf in our American forests. All these in
redients have received the strongest en
group do~rsement from the leading med Ical ex
no. perts, teachers and writers on Materla
RMedlca who recommend them as the very
best remedies for the diseases for which
o. "g3olden Medical Discovery" is advised.
car of A little book of these endorsements has
l fbeen compiled by Dr. R. V. Pierce, of
Bufawoll.Y.,admil b posalecde o
t s eadh es e5the Doctor a*a'ie.
nt to From ha en dorsements,a coid fr
ocs et schools of practice, it will be found
numder that the ingredients comnposing the" "Gok
en Medical Discovery" are advisedi not
rongh only for the cure of *eabove mentioned
& miles diseases, but also for the cure of alt ea
eoy, tarrhal, bronchial and throat affections,
kens. accompained with catarrhal discharge,
hoarseness, sore throat lingering.. 0r
olhang-on-conghs. and alt those wasting
*affections wh ich, if cot promptly and
properly treated are liable to termilnate
0Ds in consumpjtion. Take Dr. Pierce's Dlis
covery in tie and persevere in its usCe
achines, until you give it a fair trial and it is cot
ntyre- lkely to disappoint. Too much must not
be e edoi. It will not perform
sie e-miracls It will not cure consumption
in its advanced stages. No medicine will.
uight. It will cure the afrections that leadt up to
of Pt consumption, 4f Iaken Ln time.
D, B. Winthrop College Scholarship and Fn
D. 3'I The examInation for the award of vai
need of cant Scholarships in Withrop College
rers e nd for the admission of new studenti
will be held at the Court House on~
ir miles Friday July 5th at 9 o'cleck a, i.
ses and Applicance must ho not less than fifteen
75 acres years of age. WVhen scholarships are
Price vacated after July 5, they will be aw'ard
ed to those making the highest average
BR..- at this examination, provided they meet
~h pan the conditions governing -the award.
e l Applicants for scholarships should
write to President Johnson before the
9orks' examination for Scholarship examina
S, C. Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will opoen
celved aSeptember 18, 1907. For further in for
s falmation and catalogue, address
Pres T, B, :nsn Boc Hill 8. 0
W ill cure any case of Kidney or Blad
bevond the reach of medicine. No medici
Hok ns Drug4 Comaj:u'v, Pickons, Par
V. ~ on't envy thl
n one( and 1,
- And mU(ere conf
perfect fit and g
that simlplyr can't
that will nieVC'1 -
inenents of s<
Best of all, the
tinction you won
no matter how n
I O S. Minst Street.
.THE way to figure the cost to you of a squar
wagon, a carriage, a buggy or a set of ments
Is to figure the cost her year as long as you Tb
use it. nishim
If a farm wagon, for'example that costs you $60 are tr4
lasts 20 years and requires only $2 repairs, the cost to to the
you of that wagon is $3. 10 a year. Th
If another wagon costs only P, and lasts 10 years, greate
and requires $10 worth of repair., the
cost to you Is $6a year, at least.
Which is the cheaper? See the
0 41 *
There is no doubt about the lasting Studebafk
qualities of Studeba-cer wagons, car
riages and harness. O
It's the material that goes IntoAg n
them-plus the way they are made.
Studebaker farm .wagons have axles Inch Studel
deeper than others, made from selected butt-cut Do
Black Hickory-afr-dried from 3 to 5 years. Do
The axles are also r-infmred with a special tation
bar of steel running from the heel of one skein Yo
to the other, when
The Studebaker Patent Truss Skeins Iti
are made from cast iron having a trans- ing 01
verse strength of over 3,000 poun3' to the 0 Ge
Go to the Stndeba
Heath Bruce & Morr4
Pickens, South (
notice of Final Settlement and Discharge. l
OTfICE in heirly givetn lthat I will
mak alic in o J.st B.itl N4ew- ~
bery Eqoire. Jutige of Po.bate, for
Carolin ., ont the 27th ainy of .JunIe 1907,
, t 11 o'C'e ini the forernoo, or as soon
ther'ratter as said opphocetltu can! be
heard, for leave to m..ske final settle
ment of the estaitt of Elizabe.h Cooper,
deceased, and~ obt. ini dischiarge as exee
ntrix of -tued etaLte.
May 31 1907t4 ~ erah .J. Gravely,
Executrix. Noin bu epes
COLLEGJE OF' 'HAULL4d'ON, gos eaest
OH A RLESTON, 8i. o.rihstlsadhei
122nd year begins September 27.
Letters, $.cieure. M!Uiueering. One)1 o'tL t( O
scolarshiup to eachl couty in South
(Carolinn,. giving free tuition. TuitionB t
840. Beerd nud f~tuishled room in
D)ormtory 811 amonth. All eandblatesIforg dsaen
for adision aire permnittedto compoe tem. Sm od
for vaamt Boyce chinaiwho s diidayt yu
$100- is year. Entrance Wxmnain
will be hield inl the cotunty court hiouse
on Friday, July 5th att 9 a. m.
1 an avenage chatr
M A d bE R'tlS Mprc
As HFrAIRn' Bot-ALSA. a o a a
A we o o woll, tod hlao, smart. lnyo om
ifeet. Sample sent tree. Also armpleAI
of eot-Ease Sanitary Corn Pad, a new
invention. Address Allen B. Olmsted, *~TetE d
i Do not risk having
1er D . h'D ae
ae can do mere. .r Diabetes
em' Pharmacy, Liberty.
- a mim
man in a new Spring Suit-get
:now the comfort of wearing it.
)rt is not the only feature of our
;chloss" Clothes;-style, grace, a
3od quality are among their other
:1 perfectly rounded shoulders, a
break or sag and a coat-front
>se its shape, are some of the re
:illed tailoring you find in these
-y have an air of fashionable dis
't find in one suit in a hundred
nich you pay.
I Suits and Overcoat-10, to $20.
E N DE L.ou.o~.s
Greouvile, S. C.
e Inch -25.% greater than the require.
of the United States Government- and
bly 50% greater than the ordinary wagon.
e Studebaker hubs are large in diameter-fur.
g aprer foundation for the spokes. The
,aterwoith asecret solution, which gatly ad
it weather resisting Qalities.
Studebaker slope-s hder spokes-One of the
at improvements ever made in wagon building
carrying the largest amount of woqd
into the hutp. They are sthwgsat where
other spokes are weakest.
The:Staibaker patented round.
lo ewde, tirs are on-eded wad aeld/.
scantaor tonty bchep t r
yon can get the best or so little.
s poer ecomemy to be constantly pay.
---TO SHOW OUR
was spared in the selection of these
slied that we have the right goods, the
Talk Sell You Goods,-.
examine the qualitys
t as represented, you don't have to buy
are higher tnian last season, but we wil1
have everything in
ti0ni, Ua2erwo; Hiig au$ Bhoe,
mer wants, and we absolutely guarante
ne goods are sold anywhere.
Greenville, come to see us, we wi