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The ontlnel4oura Companyp
Tnoursor;& EB .' .
J. 16. 0. THOMPSON. ERnToa.
Subsoription $1.00 PeiXiiiuin.
Advertisiug Bates Reasonable.
Entered at Plokeus Postoffiee as Second 01sse
Mail Matter
Wednesday, Febuary 7, 1900.
Doings of th6 Legislature.
Continued ftom Page One.)
and Laurens railroad.
Senuitor E. S. Blease to increase
salary of supervisor of Saluda
Mr. McFadden relating t-> com
pensation of conuty commissiun
ers of Riohland.
Mr. Higgins' bill making a verb.
al amendment in law relating to
discharging of teachers in public
Senator Davis' relative to issu
ing of bonds for erecting school
building at Summerton.
Senator Carlisle's to have com
mission appointed to investigate fi
ancial affairs in Spartanburg.
Senator Douglas' to permit city
of Union to issue certain liquidat
ing bonds.
Capt. Sellars' to provide for the
opening of a highway between Dil
lon and Maple swamp.
Mr- Lawson's relating to town
ship line in Darlington county.
Mr. Pittman to authorize Lee
county to sell one jail and buy an
Mr. Stoll to increase salary of su
perintendent of eilucation of Wil.
Capt. Sellers to authorize trustees
of Dillon graded schools to collect
an additional tax.
Mr. Cloy to create Langley town
ship in Aiken county.
Mr. Harley to require the South
ern and Atlantic Coast Line rail
roads to build depot at Barnwell.
Mr. Bass to create ,a new- town
ship in Williamsbuig township
Mr. Lyons to increase salaries of
certain county officers in Abbeville
and Oconee counties.
Mr. Dennis to authorine Holly
Hill in Beorkely county to hold an
election for bonds for school pur
Senator Hardin to transfer cer
tain funds from "bond account" to
"curren t account" in Chester school
district No. 1.
Senator Dennis to provide for
time for holding courts in Blerkely.
'Senator Mauldin providing for
Bouth Carolina day in the public
Mr. Browning to authorize town
of Oarlislo to issue bonds for pub
lie irpprovements.
Mr. Lof ton to provide for the
funda collected by magistrates in
Charleston county to be distribut
ed among towunships in which col
Senator E. S. Blesse to provide
for payment of $73.61 to Walker,
Evans & Coggswell.
Senator Buvens to establish a new
school district in Dorchester.
Senator Hay to amend act per
mitting town of Kershaw to issue
$12,000 in school bonds.
Senator Marshali to establish a
county court in Richland.
Charleston delegation b)i1-To
provide rural police for thatI part
of Charleston lying between Ashley
and Cooper rivers.
Mr. Haskell to provide for comn
missioners of deed for So~uth Car.
olina-in foreign countries.
Senator Bajes to permit Fairfiax
school distaiet to issue $6,000 001
in bon~ds.
Senator Blake to autborizo Duoe
Wee township to a~id in building
rairoaid. ..
*Mr, Nicholsion to provide for the
e'nrvey of she flne between Aik A
en atrd Edgefiejd counties..
rer Thatto 'to define limits of
~*Pry Neiooi distrIct No. 41 in
ngton counly.C
itr UIson to provide for the
V,, e~dtf~i ef tWestees for se~adol dis..
~k f te town of Nibety 8h. i
4> *W rsm,Ls mNTROJIOOEn
oi' popnses of dispensa y
i at -anietlimat8
og ror
To l thu99gbt 4i$
To provide for boardo of health
uu0'o orr Wu Ites.
T6& o nR thU 011 of tho vot
ag prooinos.
Tedoange the tiloe of ,corts in
To provide $500 in schools for
ooks for pupils.
-ro-morease- the salary, of the
,ension clerk.
ToV provide a monument for Gen.
t'oinoits SunitE r' grave.
TLo repeeal th atct to Eelt 10 acres
in Gillisoinville in Venafort and to
give the same to the public school .
To increase the salary of the se.
pervisor of Laurens
To allow grand juries to employ
l'xpert accountants.
Relating to a bond issue in Un
To havo unlimited number of di.
r :ctors for banking, shipbuilding,
and trust companies and to have
two classep, one active, the other
To examine the financial affairs
(if Spartanburg.
To make it a crime t-) break sig
nals on electric railways.
To arrange the courts in the sev
enth circuit.
To mark the State line.
To divide the tax on the C., N
& L in Lexington between Broad
river and Saluda townships.
To authorze Due West to issue
bonds for a railroad from that placQ
to Donalds or from Abbovillo to
Anderson via Due West.
To examine tho affairs of Fair
To regulate the hunting of doer
and to include Charleston.
To code the United Statea au
thority over Sullivan's Island.
To incorporate the town of Brun.
The following acts were ratified:
Referring to public guardians.
To authorize appointment of do
puty sherifis for Charleston navy
To have school trustees list dogs
for taxation.
To establish new school district
in Darlington.
To allow'fire limits in towns of
over 100 inhabitants.
To examine financial affairs of
Dorchester. .,
To correct an error regarding
salaries of township commissioners
in Chester.
To change timae of courts in Dor
To establish new .sohool district
in Aiken and Barnwell, known as
"Edisto Rliver school district."
To examine financial affairs of
-Ocwell Abercromnbia, of PickensJ
county, has recently become a citizen
of Oconee county, having bought land
near Salem. We gladly welcome him
and his to our territory and wish him
great happiness and prosperty.--Ke
wee Courier.
For Thin
Fat is of great account
to a baby ; that is why
babies are fat. If your
baby is scrawny, Scott's
Emulsi on is what he.
wants. The healthy baby
stores as fat what it does
riot need immnediately for
bone and mus cle. Fat
b~abies are happy ; they do
2ot cry ; they are rich; ;
;heir fat is laid up for
ime of need.. They are
iappy because t h e y are
~omfortable. The fat sur
'ounds their little nerves
~nd cushions tli em. When d
hey are- scraWny Thoset
terves ato -hrt at every
Lingentle t ou ch. They t
elight in Scott's . mul
ion. It is .as sweet as
rbolesome to them.a
$9ead fr re sample. a
P* sure that this picture in
the forrn of a label is on the
wjapper of every boulo of
grqui.Ion you buy..
4t COyE4'80 1 3
'c1,etD.9i eere c
Ne.,a.w rerau. a
- 0 a elA0
.4 _4',
bg]ind You HaVe Always Bought, and which has been
in use. for oger 80 yeAr, a. bone the signature.. of
. ant has. been nade under his per..
sonal supervision,,since its istancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good'? are but
Experinents that trifle with and enidanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Castoria is a harmless substli .-e for Castor 011, Pare.
goric, Drops and Soothing Sy rups. It is Pleasant. I.
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcoti6
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures j3onstipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
Bears the Signature of
The Kind Youl Have Always Boight
In Use For Over 30 Years.
?P46 OUWAuR cuO'A(. W~summAy SYBEET. seN *Ahi cmW.
On Wednesdy Evening, -
Piano Solo, Los My,
Banjo Solo
"A dirl's Conversation .
Piano Solo
Fatal Wedding (with vi
"Unole Obediah's Erpt
Couer Leger~ Four He
'In The Shade of the 1
Mesdames J. L. Bolt and J. R. Ashmore
Piano Solo hire. J. T. Richey
Recitation "Papa Was Stumped" Ellen Lewis
Waltz Movement, Allegretto, Piano and Violin,
Mdiss Earle and Mr. Parsons'
Song "When the Sunset Turns the Ocean's Slne to Gold"
Meedames J. .L. Bolt and 3. R. Ashmore
"Homo Swcee Home," Zither with piano accompmniment
Misses Orua MOFallI and Eva Earle
Tableau '"The Womon at Houne During The War"~
Members Piokens U. .D. C.
'DIXIE . National -Air Plokens Cornet Band
SPractical Blacksmith, Wheeiright AM
Woodworkman. Scientific horseshoer.
Bring your horses to me to be shod right.
Ifit the shoe to the foot, not the foot the shoe
All of our work is Guaranteed. Your patronage solicit
ed and appreciated. Respectfullly,
F~rIghtfully flurned. Thousands fave Kidney -rgggtie
Ch as. W. Moore, a machinist, of Ford adDntKo t
ity, Pa., had hs laned frightioully an Do'-no t
mrned in ani electrienl furnaec. He tip Uow 'To FIndI out.
ilied Buckien's Arni,-a Salvo with the Fill a bottle or common glass with your
sual result: "a quick :nd perfectonre." water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
Ireatest htealer onm eirih. for burnq, sediment or set
rounds, sores, eez'ma and piles. 25o tling indicites an
t P'ickens D~rug Co. ,unhealthy condi
tion of" the kid
The Yellow Fever Germ. nyi tsan
Ias recently beeni discovered. It bear~s -. yorinnt s
close resemblance to the malaria germ. evidence of kid
~o free the aytem fro'm the germs of fey trouble: too
isae, thme most effective remedy is Dr. . .fr~equent desire to
~in:'s New Life Pills. Guarazuu4s to - - __ pss it or pain in
urti all dIiseaWs due to mal ria poiu on inin """""""" tha the dneys ablso
ad constipation. 250 at Piceeu Drug en ae out o rdo hter. desan ld
What to Do.
a fedach. --There is comfort -in the knowledge so
This distressing ailment reanmlta from a Rot, thergeat Dyr.ued K i's wamp
isorderedi conditin of the Atomnach. All wish in curing rheumatim, pai in lthe y
mat is needed to effect ni cure is a dione or back, kidneys, liver, bladder and everypr
nvo of C'hambrlin's Stomach and Liver of the urinary passage. It corrects inab it .
'ablets. In fact, tihe titnok may b)0 ward to hold water and scalding pain in passing
El off, or greatly lessened in severity, by it, or bad effects following use of lfquor, a
kga dose (~f these Tablots as sooni as wine or beer, and overco'mes that unpleasant I
ip first symptom of an attack appem's, necessity of being compelled to go ofteni b
old by Pickens Drug Co. and T. N. during the day, and to qet up many times
[utr iet.during the night. The mild and the ektra
.ntr Lto~ . ordinary effect of SwapRoot .1s soon
The. 1eat 'Phyi.- realized, it stand. the higest for its' won
When you want a phaysic that is mii derful coite. 4f the motitrsi cases.
If ete ayt ueadcrant you n'ed a medicine you'should have the
itgelaya o tmerlanWin' i ae . Sold by druggists in 50o. aid'$i. sizes.
ad Liver Tablets. For sale by iokens wodul ayshave aaiv btl fti
'rug Co. and T. N. Hunter, Liberty, and a b ook $a tls
more about it, both sent
.. A Card. :.-absolutely free by rsail.
This is to certify rshat all druggist are Address D. Kilmer & oeti..
ithorized to refund your money If Fu- Co., Bi n N. Y,.We writing fuies
y~'s lloney and Tr fails to oure your tion edigt is genereus off(eu in this papdr.
BiJgh or cold, I6 utepp the cough, Dont make any mistake, but rememier
' a time. ~igogs and prevents sociousB 1he name, Swamp-Root, Db. Kiliner's
e.Itti frm colos/Oft Ves la -grippe Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghammon,
4gtig td prevents pn ilmonia ead cou.. N. Y., on every bottl4.
imption. Contains n' opiates. Tme.,
munine is a yellow package. Refuse all~
nit. Ealo7. ... .Ii~ ...M
At'fea of- Siwomsg Medtiles.
Wny people suffer for years from
rhqumahio pains, and prefer to do ao
rather than tak9 the strong medicines
nuaiy-g~ iuiator tnniatiam, not know
ing that tc relief from pain may bs
had sign ' 'plyi4g Chamberlain's
Paina an* ut tainguay medi
GiUo' iterna I% Fer sale by Pickens
Druj Co. and 1'. N. gunter, Liberty..
Resolutions of Appreciation.
Whereas, it has been the good
fortune, pleasuro and profit.of the
of thermembors of the Pickens Bap
tist Church to hit under the minis
try of the Rev. D. W. Hiotf for the
past two years, and feeling that we
soould publicly eypress our high
appreoiationt and esteo of his
services, th,-refore be it resolved by
church and cotference assuibled:
Ist, 'That under tho ministry <f
Hro Miutt this church has increased
in mte mberbhip, benevolence and in
2nsd, That we recognize in him a
Man consecration, a strong preach
er and cousistent christian ; always
actively and oarnesty engaged in
troing to prouote tho catiuse of
Christ and to destioy evil. NWe
feel that it is due to his effoits
nwore than anyono else. that this
town aid county has been relieved
of one of the g:Qatbet sources. of
evil that we have Lad.
3rd, That we comenzned him and
his estiiuible family to tle conti
dence and love of christian pe, ple
wherever their lot may be cast, and
trust as the years go by lie and
they iay be inorb useful in the
Maeter's Vineyard and that their
labor will be abuadantly blesed.
4th, That these resolutions b
spread upon our minute book and
a copy sent to Bro. iott.
Just a little Kudol after meals will re
belching, gasonistom
- ymptoms of indiges
eta what you eat, and
ft and digestive organs
functions naturally.
'rug Co.
t Summons.
nmmon Pleas.
ief-Complaint not
- corporittion duly
eek the Junior, T.
Ml. Lowery, and W. 6. Wilsorl.
To the Defendants above named.
You are hereby Summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
actionhof which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to ssrve a copy of
y our answer to the said complaint on the
subscriber at his office at Pickens, S. C.
within twventy days after the ser-vice
hereof, exclusive of the day of such s'er
vice, and if you fail to answe-r the comn
plamnt wvithinu the tiune iaforesaid, timo
Plainitiff in tii actionn ill apply to the
.Court for the relief demanded -in this
D~ated Jan 2:ad, 1906
A. J. Hoggs,
0.0C. P.
J. P. Carey,
- Plaintiff's Attorney.
.To the absRent defendant James Peek,
Take noti'ce that the summons in the
above stated casejof whIch the foregoing
Is- a copy. and the complaint was filed
in the c1fhee of the Clerk of the Court for
Pickens0 ounity, 8. (1. on thme 2nd day of
Jatnary 1906. J. P. Carey,
I-10t6 Plaintiff's Attore'y.
~Arkansas -nd Southwest~
One-way tickets at hal f fare plues $2.
SRound trip tickets at less thani one-way
fare; From Memphis via Cotton nielt Rtoute4
~JaiL.2 and 16.
Stop-overs bothe ways and 21 (lays returni
limit on'round~ trip tickets. Write for map~
<foiler, andi piick your 'date and say whet, '
nud where you want to go and we will gv
you full Information by return mail.
.L. P. SMITH, T1. P. A. /
e ~ Cotton iie't Route,
C213 Equitable, htuilding~
This week, it., is plowva 4. Brown's
ule tobacco. Priced in the store.
Shorts for feeding.
A lot of Co 'king Stowea at out prices.
pay cash for produce.
Thea Pice Cutter.
15 or Male.
80acres of land(, 0 romji hu i, o oe
in house, oneo stor-' huouse, two l-e-.
nt houses, barn, crIb, 0on0 warehouse
n railroad, two good orchiras. situ
tedi half way between Easleiy and
ickens. This is a fine asand for
In. addition to this we wial sell:
10 tonsi of cotton seeds,
12 tone of meal and hu la,
2 mules and1 harness,
3 good wagons,o
3 hunggioQ,
1 15 horsepower engmne,
2 cotton -gins and press, a
100 bushels of corn, 2,000 bundle. -
f fodder.
.2 new wagon scales,
$400 stock goods and ~fixtures.
1 set blacksmith tools. . .
1 molasses mill,
1 cor-n mil!, 1 cut off saw.
Land and ail lle abiove goes togth
r. 'Ibis -Is 'a great bargain came,
nick. Party gointg to a-g.
c Vogotabi) liver pills h
is what they are. They cure
constipation, billIousnes,
stck-hedreche. LM,*fa..
Want your tounstache or beard BUGK INU HAM'S DYE
abeautifulbrown or richblack? Use r i.ua. osa. .aao..NARIUA.N.
Can be pleased in their shoes if they com ,
to us. Our stock is large-selected with care.
Selected with the idea that good value imakes
and holds customers. if you have not Leen
buying your shoes fron us, try us next time
you need a pair.
Pride & Patton,
No False Alarm! 6
. The greatest advance that has been
made on any article of merchandise,
has been made on shoes and if you
expect to need any soon, we can
save you money on the bulk of our
Some goods that we have recently
bought, will be higher.
Don't fail to call on us for the best
Flour at a reasonable price.
Bring us your produce and we will
help you to KEEP OUT OF DEBT
and enjoy the liberty of "living at
home and boarding at the same
The kind thatare made at the best'studios of the larger cities.
The kind that will not fado. T1hat are natural arnd lifelike,
and finished on the latust and prettiest cards to be had.
Nice line of rnouldings aml Trames of any size made to order.
a The .
Increase~gg Tho farmor's WOeOKN AW4R
YleIde Per Ase." baOnEEYKIDOFWR
~rgor in p1>ortion to th fntertlt ENINS N BtLR
Sho olont s that beebon tako
a asoafttor aaon, us bountifuly
VirghIna-Carolina Fertllzerp LS FSRIE
(with a BpooIal formula for every AKFRORISIAhDFR
crop). The ay atiho root of thousi
farms. Use these fortli7 zs for allPLCNYOROD.
mybe hey.,wii greaty Inease li
your yieldpe acre, and make your OUBA .c
frtem, an If hocat supply you
goor monu nottIve our note, for
icehmonI ,Vs. Atlanta Ga.
old y Flge, Tornly& o J CLeASS OF. SERVIE. 0 . i
Clrl AIt TiiA i~T~ o t~an
I~njE'- tOnoty of Pickens, -(
attirday. ymJ. B.. N90baty2 E.qnire, Probatem
od bydFiotlger, honleytha & Co-* do"i A. J. tha thyh P
.. ~ . lwf:do fit , l Ito e Cgrn t m Potrof
PBridge i N o. Q e 'in is.,tm n ho e uto estrna t o ner
- 8.~( I,, f i t it't~~ of M.B.rcha, d1co00,
I wllletth buldng f noabid e r J'-n Tll'tm ero, t1o'clotk and
Jn P.o Cre nAd .leadig fro ahmoifish no an to ular~ te, indred
aturdy, Mach8.106at2p. m Plana W .h.m, decevased, t 'bat th y be and and
*d spedato a wp. * t$ . mrt beor Re, tin the Coth of Prb
'(hS. , n .b 2u 90 tu10th year irc,196
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