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His Health Was Wrecked,
Pe-ru-na Gave New Life.
HON. JOHN TIOE
Assemblyman Tigh,'s letter should
be read 4y every brain worker leading
a strenuous life.
Hon. John Tighe, No. 98 Remsen St.,
Oohoes, N. Y., Member of Assembly
from the Fourth district, Albanycounty,
N. Y., writes as follows:
" Peruna has my hearty indorsement
as a restorative tonic of superior merit.
At times when I have been completely
broken down from excess of work, so
that my faculties seemed actually at a
standstill, Poruna has acted as a healing
restorer, starting the machinery of mind
and body afresh with new life and
"I recommend it to a man tired in
mind and body as a tonic superior to
anything I know of and well worthy
serious consideration."-J. Tighe.
Excess of work so common in our
country causes impaired nerves, leading
to catarrh and catarrhal nervousness
a disease that is responsible for halt of
all nervous troubles.
Peruna cuves this trouble because it
cures catarrh wherever looated.
If you do not derive prompt and saM.
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and ie will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The lartman Sanitarium, Columbus, 0.
llavpentgs of a Local and Personal Nature
-Communion service at Twelve
Mile fifth Sunday morning at 11
--uy McFall left Tuesday even.
ing to attend the Georgia StatO Fair,
which is being held in Atlanta.
-Sinlgings, associations, frost,
"'possnum and 'taters"-all these
things follow in sulccessive order.
-Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bruce, of
Greenville, spent a part of last week
in Pickens on a visit to their son,
Mr. Will Bruce, of thu -H. B. Mi. Co.
---Tabor and Twelve Mile chur~ches
have recently poulnded their pastor,
iRev. O. M. Abney, for which he is
grateful, and hereby extends thanks.
-S3everal Pickens county people
have taken adlvantage of the special
tUrains anid cheap rates to visit At
hlana this week and get a glimpse of
Presiden t Ro<,sovel t. .
---rs Carrie H. Price and her
grandson, Prien Barrett, left Mon.
da; for their home in Jacksonville,
Fla., after a pleasant visit to her
cousin, Mrs. F. A. Gilreath.
-Mr. William Hlarper, of the west
side of the county, is on a visit to
friends and relatives in Anderson
county, and while gone will visit the
Anderson county fair this week.
- Several of our citizens are in at
tondaifnce upon the U.' 8. court at
Greenville this week. There are
several cases sent up from this coun
ty for violations of the revenue laws.
-Miss Alice Steele, of Jackson,
Miss , who bas been spending the
sunmer with her sister, Mrs. M. L
Hurper, of the Six Mile section, has~
retuirned from orecent visit to frijends
at Charlotte, King's Mountain and
--Winfred, the little son of Mr.
and Mrs. WV. P Dickison, of the Keo.
wee side of the county, fell out of a
surry recently and the wheels passed
over both legs, bruising him consid
orably, but no bones were broken.
While he has suiffered some hie wvas
not seriously hurtl., and is getting
- The unext numb~or on the Liber'
ty rEveum course will lie a lecture
by Dr. Len (i. Brought.mn, of Atlan
tn, F'riday, Oct. 27, at the Liberty
Graded School House. Dr. Brough
ton is known all over the country as
a imost faacInating speaker, and is
considered by many to be the equal
of Sam Jones. It is expected tht
large auidien~ce will be0 present to hear
the distinguished speaker, and every.
one goinig is assured a treat.
A wys restores color to gray h
-You will find the following no
advertisements in this issue: Jo]
U. Williams, Heath-Bruce-IMorr
Co., R. R Roark, Mrs. W. E N<
bitt, Pickens Drug Co., T. D Hirr
Guy MoFall, R. L. R. Bentz a,
Hobbs-Henderson Co. See wh
they have to Bay. They are all li
firms and live up to their advertie
-Married on the 15th inst. I
Rev. D. W. Hiott, at the home of t
bride's father, near George's Cree
church, Mr. James Obey Hughey i
Miss Lula May, eldest daughtor (
Mr. and Mrs. James Couch. Thi
popular young couple have the beE
wishes of a host of friends.
-- Died at the home of ler' falhei
M. Satuel J. Itobinson, near Libel
ty last Sabbath morning in the nint
teonth year of her age, Miss Ruby, al
tor at lingeringf ilflness1 of Severe
months. She prIfessed faith iI
Uhrist about two ycars ago uinitiet
with the Baptist church at Liberty
linee that time her father, at her re
juest would read the Bible and abh
vould lead in fam ly pr. er Sudl
in example for one so young in 3euri
s rare and cannot fail to brin.r forti
rood results. Her body was laid t<
'est at Enon the day following liei
leath to await the resurrection of tIN
ust. The funeral services wore con
lucted by her past->r, hey. ). \W,
rliott, assisted by Llv. F'. R. McClu
A Judiclons Inquiry.
A well known traveling man who vie
.ts the drug trade says b'e has oft
Seard druggtets inquire of a mai whe1
ec asked for t cough medicine, whethe
Lt was wanted for a child or an aidult,an,
1 for a child they would most in variabl
.ecommer id Chamberlain's C9nigh Rol
xly. The ReaSon for this in that the
inow there is no dange-r from it antd tlij
t always cures. There is not the leA
langer in giving it, and for coughi
Polds and croup it is unsuipasset. I
,alO by Pickesns Drug Co., and T. N
Easley, R. F. D. No. 6.
The health of this commiunit,
is very good at this writing.
Cotton pleking is the order o
Miss Janie 13rigkt left for Greon
vile LFriday whero she goes to at
3ept a position in th offlice .
Lipecomb & Russell.
Mr. Lawrence Roper has returii
)d to Atlanta to resume his stud
Mr. Lee Roper is attonding Fal
Miss Alice Davis of Easley, vie
tied Miss Zaoa Daous last week.
Miss Mattie Williams visits
hir B. H-. Williams' and Mr's. M
r. Bright last week.
Mr. Clarence V. Latham o
)reenville, has been visiting hi
arents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. La
Mr. B. 0. Jones of Greenville
risiteod Mr. Avery Looper las~t Sat
irday and Sunday.
There will be anm all day singmg1
it Crosa Roads the fifth Sunday il
3)ctober. Come an~d brin~g you
linner andt song books. Sum
good singers are expescted to b
Hew to Cure Corns anid lunionis.
First soak the cornl or bunion in warr
wvater to soften it; then paore it down n
aiosely as possible without drawinm1
abed and apply (Ihamberlain's Pui
B~almn twice twice dailyv, rubbaing vigom
usly' for five minntes at each aipplitio
A. corn plaster should be worn for ai fe
days to protect it from the she. As
general liniment for sprains, brui'm
lamneness andi rheumatism, Pain Bahl
is unequaled . For saile by Picken
Drug CJo., and T1. N. Hunter, Liberta
BUSI NESS LOCALS.
--See the line of Rain Coats Fo
ger & Thornley are showing, $10 t
Come to G, C. Yonn'g, the noa
jeweler to have your jewelry an
wa'tches repa iredl. WVorks overy (da
aind guiaraniteesi all work. 110elb
(Car load of the best flour on i
market, "Obel isk"( to goIIel a t' prica
(onme and get some. HI. A. Rtehmoy
We have for sale on libewral terma
120 acres farm land sit unted u it bj
ano1 and1( one half miilest of Pichiem
Ilis is a splendlid farm and( in goo,
state of cultivatsion. Two horse ero
cleared balance ini origimdt~ for s
F~air buildings and two ten11anit hiouse
on thes plance. Will sell for cashi a
on credit. Apply to 1 llt hiBne
Ml~orrowv ('o or Ivy M. Mualb., A
W''hen inl nee ( ofC re"~pair woa rk en~
on mue, lhoy~y iad wagon rep alirin:
whee(l buildling, etc., finishial upl
lirst class shllape at ru asonale n11iet
Let m11 lignro1( with youi on thaiit ne'
job. A. A Mann, in tiht Broek she
next to WV. Ht. AshmeIGre'sI bhichk mil
estab!ishi~nnt, l'ickooe~, S. C,
Bridge to) Let.
We will let to the lowest responasle lihi
the bundin of the Mayleild briale, aan stah
o'clockn. Pln an*yeletosn
knows on day of letting. Rtighat to reject
anid all bksreservedl.
O, M. YN~l u. Picnvl<'o
Oct. 18-t\V A KIsu.ronllC
dir, all the dark, rich color it used
Preserve Baby's Teeth.
A good tooth brush for baby will only cost 5o or 100, and
0 will give baby comfort, and will givo her pretty white teeth and
k they make her look sweet, so sweet. It will be benficial to
her second set of teeth also. Other tooth brushes from 100
to 50. We guarantee our 25o and 50o brushes.
t Plenty of Candy
-at 6o cents per pound.
PIE H848 Drug 00.
A Woman's Hat
When a woman goes
to buy a Hat she in
sists Upon it posessing
Call and let us show
you how well we can
please you on these
MRS.W. E. NESBIT
111 S. Main St., Creenville, S. C.
RL BENT Z
Our stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Carpets is now comn
piete. Wc want all of our friends and everybody in Pickens
County to call and see us. We guarantee you a square deal
t he best goods possible at the smallest living price. We nev
er say that we sell goods below cost, for that is impossible, but
we do say that we sell you goods as cheaply as any house can
and keep in business.
:WE ARE OFFERING
A good Outing at 5c; a better at 6%4, 8 and r c.
Flanneletts for waists and dresses, very pretty at 1oc.
Ginghams for dresses and aprons at all prices.
Black and colored Dress Goods in endless variety.
36 inch Flannels, all wool ior Dress 39c.
All colors and Black 52 inch Broad Cloth at 75c and $1.
Mohairs in black and colors from Soc to 90c and up.
sBlack and colored silks, anything you want.
Big line Ready-to-wear Skirts and Cloaks reasopably
Blankets from Soc to $10o.oo, all reasonably priced.
U~ndervests and pants for the whole family.
Big line of Embroideries from 5c yard and better quali
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTINGS
AND SHADES GALORE.
We make special prices for churches. We make any size
Window Shade you want..
When in Greenville, come to see us and we'l[' take pleas
ure in showing you OUR STOCK whether you care to buy
Remember the Place.
RL R BENT Z
"The Old Rellable"
Cor. Main & Coffee Sts.
- Full of Tragie Meaning Shoes! Shoes!! Shoes!!!
Aro Ithese lines from J. H. Simmons of 'Boo me before you buy. Something
Casey liowa. Think what might have seilfrodmnadwmn
oin h aie t erici h wites A lot of bedsateads and chairs cheap
Akabout1: "I1 had a fearful cough that dig- Look ait my cheap dress good1s.
i' bod my nigh6s rest. I tried. every-..D Hars
Sthing buit nothing would relive it, untilT.DHars
I took Dr. Knga Now Discovery for -
consumption, conghs, and colds which Bridge t0 Let.
vey a an parma nently cure a 11 thiro *ewllt toth lowest reapon io >in r,
and long disoanee; prevents grip and daPower comrn0 'sato bridge, through
p~non ia. ALt Pickens8 Drug Co. 'hos Kays land to(ox bridge roat on Thur.
Bersth he Kind You Have Alwaat 80e unlding ofaiynents to Sta blOeril
t I, " 00141* Supr. P. Co.
.NEW FALL 000b.
Crar Loads of 'Em.
Largest Stock. Lowest Prices.
E have by far one of th'- largest displays of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Gents'
Furnishings, Furniture, lHardware, Buggies and Wagons ever brought to this part of
he country. Both our stores ate packed to overflowing, and still new goods fresh from the
narkets are coming in every day. Our prices are right for the simple reason that we bought
iverything before the advance in prices and we are therefore enabled to give our customers
he advantage of these extremely low prices.
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
In this line we have spared neither time nor expense to throw before the trading public one of the mos
p to date and best selected stock of Dress Goods ever shown in this part of the country. Everything ii
Voollon Dress Goods, Cassimeres, Worsteds, Broadcloths, Henriettaa, Skirtings and Waistings, with Laces an
'rimmings to match. Outings, Jeans, Flannels, Percales, Kerseys, Dress Ginghams and Calicoes at the obh
rices. In fact our entire line of dry goods will go at the old prices -cheaper than we could buy some o'f then
)day. Don't fail to see the assortment of Embroid*eries we are showing, 3c to 50oc per yard. Big line of Jackets
kirts, Waists and Underskirts. Jackets fron, $1. 50 to $7.50; Skirts from $1.00 to $7.00, any style and color.
This is our main line and our pride-the line on which we defy competition. Seven years' experienc
tudying the line a elosely as we havo enableo us to plnce before our customers the best goods for the mone.
hat the marlet all'ords. Fit, 8tyle and Quality are three e5scntial things that go to make good clothing. OU -
lothing has all of these qualities, and are right in price.
Suits for Children, sizes 4s to 17s, ranging in price from 75c to $6.00.
Suits for Youths' from $2 50 to $10.00.
Sui'.s for Men from $3.00 to $17.50.
Extra Pants for Boys, 4s to 17s, price 25c to $1.00.
Youths' Pants 75c to $3.00.
Men's t'ants, all sizes, $1 00 to $6.00.
Overcoats for everybody, big, little, old and young, $2.50 to $17.50; all colors I
Among the many different lines of Clothing we handle are the celebrated "H
"Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Make" for boys. We also represent the International Tailor
ing concerns in the world. See us for anything you may need in the clothing or gents lurmisning ime. W
Shoes. Shoes. Shoes.
For the past five years our shoe sales have been st.;eadily in creasing 'till now we sell five times the amount w
did the first year we were in busin~ess. T1hie secret of this is very simple--we sell nothing but first class shoci
Rnd everybody is finding it out. A mong the many popular brands we carry are the old renowned
or men, wvonmn and children; the best shoe, as everybody knuows, onl (arth for the money. The Godman Shoe
he Walkover Shoe for men at $3:50) andi $4 00, the Stetson Shoe for men at $5.00 and $6 00. Shoe, have ad
anced from 100 to 20e pier pair. in the last two weeka, but every pair in thme house was bought before the advanci
n leather, and will go at the same ok(1 prices.
Furniture, Hardware, Stoves,
Buggies, Wagons and Harness
The entire upper floors of our st ores aro devo!.ed elusively to Furniture. [hiying Furniture as we doa i"
,olid car lots places us in a position to save you fn um 10 to 15 per cent. on anything you may need in the furn
utre line. Solid Oak Suits fremi $12.50 to $00 00. Oakt Dresners from $5 00 to $15 00. Oak Beds from $2.00 t
$8.00. Safes $2.50 to $6.00. Big line of Trunks, Sutchels, Bungs, Art Squares and )Ilacbines, We are sol
gents for the New Home Sewing Ala chine, one of the best miadeo. Buggies, Wagons, and Surreys-Mitche!
Wagon and Chase City Buggy. Ti:0 old reliale Mitchell is still monarch of the road and always will be a litti.
uigher in price, perhaps), but so much better in wear. Just retceiveOd a car of Barbed Wire and Nails and a bi
ot of Poultry Netting.
Pickens lbas thme reputation of being one of the best, cotton markets in tihe state, so bring your11 cotton to th
'banner town of the county," and dlon't forget while here that Folger & Tlhornley have the reputation of sellin1
rood goods at the right prices. Call oni us and be convinced.
F3OLGER & T HORNLEv.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a specialty. Agents for Battle AN
Shoes, Stetson Hats, Stetson Shoes, Mitchell WVagons, Carhart Overalls and Harrison Tow
min Country Paint.
~qR.E EDITlOR: Please say to your roa'Iers and my friends that I am "still at the O0d Stand," with
(Complete line of Reliable goods which I have for their inspection and sale at very close figures.
fact, at the p)ricos whiich I amn quoting I consider the goods are Rrre Bargains. Tell thoem that
2arry a little of "anything and everything," and am soiling at a close profit.
IF YOU~ NEED) lIE AVY WINTER SHOES, We have them; also, SUITS, PANTS, UNDE
WEAR 01nd IIEAVY KN[T SHrIRTS; also, a good line of OVERSHOES.
From now until Christmas we invite tihe ladios to call and we wvill make them close prices '
all D)RY GOODS. D)RESS GOODS, NOTIONS, etc.
Will make ithe same offer as the above to the men folks on Clothing, Shoes, Haste, Underclothin
Trunks, Valises, OGents' Furnishings, etc. The nicest line of these goods we h.ave ever carried.
Flour, salt and harhed wire by the car load to go at prices that defy competition
A complete lhne of the good kind of furniture and nice matting, carpeting and rags. Agent I
Iron King stoves and Ohattanooga Plows-two very necessary things in every well regulated famisly a
the best of their kind on the market. Chinaware, Glassware, Agateware, Tinwvare and other ware tl
A full line of Undrtakers' goods and a nicee Hecars. G y M a
\Your patronage sollcited and you will bo treated right.
P. S.-All persnsn g them emstate w WT.M Il w ill pmlnas come forward aninafiettlemnu