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ffh' !ponings of Local and Persiral Nature. T. D. Harris says fruit jars and 1,i;r ibis wok. Children's Day was celebrated at -,4y Grove hRt Sunday. -.Mary, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. i. Prince iF quit 3 sick with --rso. D. F. 'ace ya fine grooori'.; and .1d drinks. Tb is the trno of year aced both. -i1ev. Ciawrord preached at the o4 farm Sunday, delivering a fine Nimes Loila and Margaret Evans, lioun, ore visting the family of 'Boggs, in Pickens. The school in District No. 29 s next Monday, the 16th instent, I Miss Jossie Earle as teacher. . Kcos. ) re-hool, in Dobt -,cL No. will begin next Monchy, the 16th nt, I'th John 0. Field -.s teach' Mrs. B. 14. Robertson, of Clemson ge, is at her father's, W. T Bow. confined with a spr' of ft phaid Mr. G. W. Gignilliat., of Eeneco, a poi. ion of 1-t week in Pick lie guest of Solicitor Julius E. 'a. 3. F. Parsons, who has been a two-weeks vacation by the St're, left Tuesday for a visit to ve" in Georgia and Alabama. - N. A Christopher is announced iditor in this issuo. He has i eld flice before and will not be a bond at tbe busine s if elect-d. Rev. A. W. Nelson, of Andeison y,-will occupy the pulpit of the -t lBaptist church, Sunday night. ybody ;9 co.IOally invited to at W. H. Johnson, who has been on wceks vacation with relatives in ngton returned hone Saturday .* again lit his post with the "Big It. A. Bowen is home from a 'a visit to relatives in Greenv'!le at Taylor';. W hile gone he at, >d the District Conferen ' at rs. See chooge of a". of Dr. F. H. ii, eye er acialtist, in this issue. .viiil 'a in Pickens, at the Er'lo store, on Friday and Saturday, 20th and1 21st. The people of Enon church and >untding -'ountry are~ in'dt I to *at the said chm'ch on Friday 'jing l'efore the fourth Sunday in itable t mls to clee] 3one of thbe most a- men ,othe county, is an -iced for county commissioner. He ell known all over the county and successful fermer and business + and should he be elected the af Sof the county would be in safe Hon. Liaban Mauldin offers for re * ion to the House of Riepresenta * thii wveek. He needs no intro tion at our hands, having been *re the people of the county for ~y years, and the vof3Ys of the nty H'ow him. Conscientious and b ful to his trust he will do all he *for his constituency. -H. L. Davidson, of the firm of 1kens'& Davidson, wholesale hard e dealers, of Atlanta, is on A visit, * his wife and child, to his brother. ~ w, Dr. E. B. Webb, of Pickens. *Davidson is very much impressed * our town and county and espec with our pure water and fine uato. He is looking at property and may build him a summer IC. -W. HI. Crane has a 30--acre field *otton on the Easley road th~at can.. be beat in the county. He made --ty hales on this field last yeoar and has highly manured and well ken the land anid expects, with no vidential back set to gather not *than forty bales of the fleecy sta off this plot of ground. This is w iay to farm. He has all of his ci in fine fix an~d in a high state of '4 ivation. -F. V. O'Did! Is announced for Soffice, and a man who is making reat sacrifice of private Interests Senter the race, but because of the * usbappeal of representative men i.over the county, has consented to f'4ke the inace. Should he be elected -sa county can boast of a splendid een - hi. .sutnezr e f Antloch sob9ol' will begiu nexKt Monday, Whe 1dth inst., with MI s Bertha Attaway a~ Meeher. -The state compaign mciting fir Pickens county bas been changed from the 18th of August to the 20th. Everl body remember the change of dat" -Lost in E4i4iley on Jun'e 30th a white and liver colored seVer dog, named Joe. Finder return to C. F llo&rk, Easley, or it. . R-wrk, at Picker-% and gq $5. roward. -.0. F. Poole has opened a shop in the H1ollingaworth building and is prepared to do all kind of painting, decorating and paper hanging. Give him a cel if you want a first class job. -J-lige R. 0. Purdy and family arrived in Pickens last Saturday to spend the boated term. They are pleasantly domiciled in the C. L Cureton residenco on Pendleton str at - Mr. James A. HendrieV-, of the upper section of the county is on nounced as a candidate for auditor. He is a son of Hon. M. Hendrie s and is in every way qualified to 611 the office. Should hK be elected the people would have no cause to rep'et their choice or an ofizer. -Read noti*, of Mnsonic meeting for Friday night, 13th inpt. at 8:30 All members of Keowee LTrlae are urged Vi 1) present as business of importanen is to f i brought up. All newly el -ted membeia are eapcially nrged to come -as some side degree work m'1 be done if possible. -The picnic that was to have been at Holder's ford last Saturday wrs postf 'ncd on oacount of the unfavor able weather, but will be had sat. nrday. July 21st, weather p 'rmitting. Ervervhody invited to at'.ond. This is an ideal pla o for a picnic and we arA sure that ever,, one w"o attends will greatly enjoy the dav, -TT. Endel, proprietnr of the Globe Clothing House, Greenville, S. C.; of. fare all of his immen.e stec at one third off of former nice . This is a bonefide sale, no fr.ke at)ut it, has to make room for his fall stock and rath. or tlnn carrry goods over he has put the pi iee within the reach of '1. At the price it will pay you to buy tn now for next summer use. See his ad eqewhere in this paper and call on him. --W. L. Harris, of Chorleston, is on a visit his friend, Congressman George S. Logaro, in Pickens. Mr. Harris ii post master of his city and has the distinction of havinrr the 1- st kept post office in the United States. A ft-r the recent examination by the inspectcrs, of the varions pr sidentir! offiuces in the U. 5,, and there are over 400 of them, tbs comn. plimentary report was made to the Deportment at Washington. --"'11904, the second week in Judy, there were 41 candidates announced for omlce as against 23 at this time, exclusive of the mnagistrates and those who were wanting office outside of the county, e. g., for Congress, Rail road Commissioner, ete., as follows: For the House, 5; for Sheri1ff, 7; for Clork bf Court, 1; for Trersurer, 8; for Sup -rd ;or, 7T; for County Cornmis sioners, 10; for Auditor, 1; for Supt. of ErfucatIon, 1; for Coroner, 9; for R R. Commissioner, 1; for Congress, 2. The final limit for ann')ucing and filing pledge is the 28th instant. How many will hear the bee buzzing and he-' i its so ft cadenes by that time? -The young folkuj of town enjoyed a picnic at Holder's Ford and a moon light straw ride back to town last Friday evening. Returning to town the crowd assembled at Judge Carey's spacious residence where dancing and euchre playing weo indulged in. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Lovett, WVood bury, Ga., ohaper ones; Miss's Pauline Iziar, Oharles. ton, Helen Boggs, Florid. Carey, Ves. ta Ashmore, Lucia and Marie Folger, E ile -n Taylor, Josie P ogs, Pickens; Messrs. L. 0. Mauldin, Le Roi and Brure Ioggs, Chbr istie Robinson, Julius Boggs end James P. Carey, Jr of Piokens. A very enjoyable evening was spent by the young p?'ple. -Messra. Geo. S. Legare, W. .1.. Harris, L. C. Thornley, and othere, loft Monday for a few days' fishing on the bead waters of the Saluda, behind Table Rock and Bald Knob. This is an excellent fishing ground and many a member of tbe finny tribe is lfted out, at each dip It in presumed that they will have a nice trip, banting the chigres, snakes and other "varmints." They, we presume, are "fixed" for most of the discomforts, though, ror the chigre can be gotton rid of by a good deal of scratching and liberal appH~cations of greese; wvhile the "na tives' have up there a known anti dote for "snake bite" as weoll as rem edies for the other ''discomfo)rtP." Gentlemen, here is hoping you ar e having the time of your lives, the purest, coldest and best (water) you evtr drank and the finest fish you yersi Want your moustache or beard abeautiful brown or rich black? Use A Gift For Our Customer. 1 -1 @- - POW0Elt in Every Package of Colgate's Dental Powdes We Cive a Piesent of a cake of Cashmere Bouquet Soap FREE, (Guest Room Size) FREE t A Wonderful Bargain. Pickens Dru The Star. Were Once Human Eyen. The most remarkable belief or super stition concerning the human eye is one that Is current in Australia. Among the natives of that-country it is the general belief that the left eye of every chief becomes a star the mo ment the chief in question is done with it. The sun, they say, Is the eye of the "greater god" and the moon the eye of the "lesser god." All the stars were once the left optics of human beings of high rahk. Shungle, a celebrated chief. once ate the eye of a vallant chler, thinking thereby to Increase the bril liancy of his own "eye star." But the eye burned through Shungle's belly and killed him, whereupon his own left eye became joined to the one he had eaten, and the two may now be seen as a beautiful double star lying just to the east of the Southern Cross. Liquid Corn. An easterner was prospecting In the north Georgia mountains when he came on a native apparently clinging to the side of a steep hill tilling corn. The prospector stopped for a chat, and the mountaineer, nothing loath for a rest in the shade from his fatiguing toil, was agreeable. "Say, friend, how in the world do you get the corn down off that hillside aft er it is ready for harvest?" asked the stranger. "In Jugs," was the laconic and prob tbly truthful reply.--Atlanta Georgian. Seal. Learning to Swinm. Young seals do not know how to swim. They have to become gradual ly accustomed to the water either by enterIng It to paddle about by them selves or by being carried into it in their mothers' jaws. They have great fear of the waves that break into foam, and as soon as they see one applroach lng take to flight In terror and do not turn round until they have ascended to a very high place above the sea. It Ihappens. "You are a very successful prophet," we said. "Will you tell us the secret of your success?" "Certainly," the sage replied In a kindly tone. "As it Is always 'bie un expected that happens, I merely proph esy the unexpected."- American Spec tator. Foresight. Winebiddle-I hear that you dictated to your new typine an impassioned love letter to another girl. Gildersieeve Yes, it was a fictitious sweetheart. I wanted to nip In the bud any designs she might have on me In a matrimonIal way.-London Mail. Give Up. When a burgler asks the conundrum, "Where's your money ?" it is generally the wisest plan to give it up. ilUJV IT NOW. Now is the time to buy Chanmberlain's Chiolic, Oholera Diarrhoea Remedy. It is certain to be needed sooner or later and when that time ecfnes you will need it badly-you wmt need it quickly. Buy it now, it may oave life. For s-le by Pickens Drug Co. and T. N. Hunter Liberty._________ Masonic Call. A speciel meeing of Keowee Lodgc No. 70, Fi. and A. M. will be held on Friday evening, July 18th, inistinti for the purpose of deoinig plane foi building a now hall. All Masons, members of this lodge, are urged tc be present. By order of, J. L. Bait, W. M. F. E~. Cox, Seory. Do you like your thin, rough, short hair? Of coturse you don't. Do 'you like thick, heavy, smooth hair? Of course you do. Then, why Hiair Vigor -not be pleased? Ayer's H-air Vigor mnakes beautiful heads of hair, that's the~ whole story. Sold for 60 years, i hvi e . .I A - rs Ilair vior fr t, In rs.rsluilln. J. . . A'r u, &ail, nmudI . $.0a bot.L in. J.(c. A v x n (g,, Al lrmtEI.-. for . WI.M~* Weak Hair Keep theno in .h., ots. Take one when you feel bil fous or dizzy. They sct di rectly on the liver.f ; 0.0.9. BUCKINGHAM'S DYE #&" Qn . of PR UGOAS .X A aC.,uan.. We have a full line of Colgate's Per Ismes, Soaps and Toilet Articles. There Are No Better Goods Than Colgate's Halluns Backache and Kidney Pills are guaranteed to be good. g -Company. 4W@ A_ \i1NOYsif 4&-PAINTING-TOR I have ope'red a PAINT Simo in the t1ollingwuith store, forinerally ocou pied by J. T. Fennell, corner of Maio and Pendleton streets, and will dona general paint.ng business, including houses, carriages, furniture, etc, alst paper 'langing. If you want first Olpos work give me a trial. See mi samples of wall paper. Resp tfully, G. F. Pool.E. CHOLEIMA INFANTUM Child Not Exiected to Live fron On Hour tp Aounther, but Cured by Chan berlains' Coli, Cholera and Diarrhoea Itemedy Ruth, the little daughter of E. N. Dewey of Agnewville Va., was seriouily ill of chol ra infantumn 1Ist summer. "W gave her up and did not expect hei to l've from one hour to another," he says. "I bappenod to think of Cham. 'erlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy ond got a bottle of it from thow store. In five hours I naw a change foi the better. We kept on giving it and before she had taken the half of one small bottle she was well." This remedy is sold by Pickens Drug Co. and T. N. Hun ter, Liberty. ASTBMA SUFFECEns SHOULD KNOW THiS. Foley's Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthma that were consid; ered hodeless. Mrs. Adolph Bucsing, 701 W'e Tpird St., Cavenport, Iowa writvs: "A sevee cold contracted twelve years ago wasi neglected, until it finally grew into asthma. The best medical skill available could not give me more than tempjorary riefo, Foley's Honey and Tar was recommended and one fisty~ cent bottle entirt ly cured ne of esthmna whech had been growing on me fod twelve sears. If I had taken it at the start 1 wvould have noon saved years of suffer ing." Pickens Drug Co. MARES THE LI VEIL LIVELY. Orino Lavativa Fruit Syrup gives per. mancent relief in case of habitual consti pationc as it stinmulates the liver and re stor( 3 the net ural nction of the bowvela without irrit ating these organs like pills or ordinary catharties. Does not nau seate or gripe and is mild and pleasant to ike. R member the name ORINO and refuse substitut. i. Pickene Diug Co. _____ _ Try a little KOD)OL FOR D)YSPEPSIA after your meals. See the effct it will procuce on your general feeling by di. gesling your food andhelpingyour atom ach to get itself ir'to shape. Many stom ach are overworked to the point whore they refuse to go further. Kodvl di gests your stomach the rest it needs, while its reconstructive properties get the stomach back into working order. Kodol relieves flatulence, sour stomach, palpitatica of thle beart, belching, etc. Sold by Pickens Drug Co. TWENTY YEA1C BATTLE. ."I was a loser in a twenty year battk with chronic piles and malignant nres, until I tried Bucklen's A nica Salv'e which tu'rned the tide, by curing both till not a trace remains," writes A. M Bruce of Frmiullo, Va, Best for ok Ulcers, Cuts, Burns and Wounds. 25< at Pickens Drug Co. It is always wvell to have a box of selv( in the horso. Sununrn, cuN-, bruises, pii and boes yield to DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve. Shoi'd keep a box on hand at a"t times to provide for emlmer g nci' t. For years the standard, but fol'owed by many imitators. Be sure you get the genuine DaoVitt'se Witch Hazel Sr've. Sold by Pickens Drug Co. A TRAGIC FINISHI. A wvatchmian's neglect permittedl a leak in the great North Sea dlyke, which a child's finger could have stopped, to bc come a ruinous bcreak, dovestation en ent ire province of Hollind. In like muan 1e~r Kineneth Mclvor, of Vanceboro, Me., permiitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragio finish Was only averted b~y Dr. King's Nowv DiPoovery. lie writes: "Three doctors give imc upl to die of lung inflammation, aellRd by a n14 glected cold; but Dr.1(ing's New DIis covery saved my life. Gnaranteed best cough and cold mire, at Piekens drug store, 500 and $1.00. Trial bottle free. A sweet breath adds to the joys of a kiss You wvouldn't want to kiss your wyife, mnotheor or sweetheart with a br I breath. You canl't have a sweet breath with~ont a lknabiby stomach. You cane't have ue lheI-' thy stornach w'ithodt perfect digestion. There is only o remedy that digests what you eat aned maekes the breath as swveet as -a ro'4--and( that remedy is KO DOL1 FOR D)Y8PEPSIA it is a relinf for sour stomuach, palpetatlion of th - heart, and oaher ailments ari-inug (romn disorder of the stomachel and( digeationi. Taklo4 I lit tle K~odol after your meals and see what itivill da for you1. Sold b~y Pick ' ns Drug (Jo. Bea the Th Kind You aes Aiw Bouht eintur - ~,'.......... FO JULY and Our annual OLEARA tinue throughout July i ductions along all lines at a song. 20C White Lawn to go at i5c. 1 5c M White Lawn to go at ioc. ioc White Lai mercerized white goods to go at 15 per broideries to go at a big sacrifice. Oxfords in all colors, white, black, and t go at 25 per ceut discount. The immense clothing trade we have h stock, but we still have some rare borgains can buy a suit at 25 per cent discount. AA suits and serge coats. Dont miss this opportunity for bargains the immense fall stock we are buying. Just received a solid car barbed wire anc and hay, with prices right. Our stock of stoves, hardware, furnitur from implements, of every description, ni complete. Always the best, and the best is always i We hope'to have our new building com, pleted it will give us more room than any I able us to display to a better advantage, 0 we carry. Call on us for anything you nei and our prices are always tight. Folger, Tho: [Clothing, Shoes, Hats a: Goods a Specialty. Sol Hats, Walk-Over Shoe and Mitchell Wagons. Supersedes'Time Tablo No 4 Effeoctive March 10 1906 R~ad D~own Read Up No 12 No 10 BTA TIONS No 11 No 9 Mixed Mixed Mixed Mixed 4:4 jm 10:0 am lv Piekenas ar 2:6m7:5p 5:15 pm:5 am ar Easoy lv :6pm 7:0 pm *Flag Stations No. 2r0 cornnet with Southern Railway No 39 .o 2 con ects with Souter aia y4o1 No I I connects with Southern Railway No 40 gg" or any information app'y to J T1 TAYLOR Gen Manager-. CEIAILESTON A WESTERN CAROLINA IIAI LWAY'. Art,.! and Departure of Taine, Green. DEPrARTUR~s; 6:3ra ,and i stermn e at stt is arrive at Lau rena 9:00 am. 22:15 p o. <3 aily for Laurenr Cliton to conectig at Su p irwth A . I , anlestersi cities, and at I aurens with C. trail No 2 for Greenwood, A ugusta, etc. Snser P;t p i harlesto 9:0 partan. burg 3:305 5m Greenwood 2:46 p mn, p lf ren and iermediate sions.t Arrivoa ______________ Lai renis6:40. ARRIVALSA 0 n ai eep tt Sudy fro ti uens and intermdiat statos 3:25 p i, O 52 daily from Charleston Sumtr A ugusta, Greenwood l', atrons, etc. rrarln o. h2 ad e3 arunt through between j. W. Ligon, Agt.- Geo. TI. llryan GJel. Agt. (GREENVI.LLE, 8. C. Rt. M lirand, Tiraf, Mais. Auuta, a. TAKE3 NOTICE. Froni this date I will be in the vistors offlce every two weeks of nou,. . day's after Saleday in each w~th andp Tuesfiay two weeks after each' salieday o ygo ok to transact busine-ss. 0. M. LYNCH, May 8th 1906 Iluervlsor. . . T 1 MI RI _NCE SALE will con nd August. Big re .6 White goods to go Ihite Lawn to go -at 12y"c. 12 1-2c. ivn to go at 8 1 -3c. Beautiful line of cent discount. All Laces and Em an for men, women, and children, to ad this spring nearly cleaned uip our to offer, if your size is in the lot you e still have a nice line of two piece ,we are obliged to make room for i nails, fresh car flour and car of corn ,harness, owers, rak i Wie cheapest pleted by August 15th. When co m ilding in the county, which will en te large stock of general merchandise ed, for we are always pleased to serve Ifnilfesh cAlund ca fcon e hanets foStto os, Iron King Stoves Ineted byAgst isnaofth Wheninem ouna inte county whenich wil hen elaesc ofh eeraledchanis ad" h week. Prabylae o srve bed enpctsn Fomthnbihing one afentors aborutkeso ime ths leason ispassed heSntlittle "ad"ctes wek. rbrnfacy priou Inv early spring most any thing that can make a fuss like a frying chicken will sell for twice its value, but now most everybody has had a sample and are now looking for chickens that aro fit to eat. So if you want good prices for your chickens through the glutted season let them grow. We are still in the business and will do our best as we have always done to hold up the price. Come to see us with your chickens and eggs and supply ywur wants from our well filled store at honest prices. Respectfully, CnAio Bnoa. Pictures and Photographs! For a photograph that is true in every ense, just as the cameora sees you, every eature sharp and clear, every detail shown a what I give. Only the best material that is used wvill e found in my wotk. My many satisfied atrons, their repeated orders, is an attest I do framing and enlarging. YLOR. Easley. S. C.