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Children Cry for Fletcher's
The Kind You Have Always Botzght, and which has been
- in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been made under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children-Experience against Experiment.
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
coent ins neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
s and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it
has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and
Diarrhoea. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
-assimilates the Food, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
Bears the Signature of
The IKid You Have AlwayS Bought
n Use For Over 30 Years
I have purchased the corn mill formerly owned and
operated ..y H'ug cs Br s. at Pickens, S. C., and moved it
over on Bethlehem Ridge at m, home, where I will run it
re-usar all the time. I have installed a good -large crusher
which will run in connection with the mill. Come and bring
your corn to crush and bread corn to grind and I will give it
my best and most prompt attention.
VTery Respectfully,
* . Sam Mudn
J. MIcD Bruce, President.
I. M. Mauldin. Cashier.
that wear
pe cent more fish in
our miixed goods than
we have ever used,
and that we are mak
inlu fifty iner cent bet
ter goods than we
have ever ilade.
and crops both fho >mvilmu we
h ave-heretofore made~h Ihe bestI
oods mnade.
even boiof cot to2 open 1 hat
Anderon;U;Z;hae & Oil Co.
ID. S. Vandiver, Sec. - . R. Xandiver Pres.
S.B. FREEMAN, Pickens. -
(By E. O. SELLERS, Director of Eve
ning Department The Moody Bible In
stitute of Chicago.)
LESSON TEXT-Gen. 22:1-13.
GOLDEN TEXT-"I desire goodness
and not sacriflce; and the knowledge of
God more than burnt offerings."-How.
The birth of Isaac ("laughter")
17:19, and the setting aside of the son
of the bond woman, a story so rich
with suggestiveness, forms the con
nection between the lesson of last
week and the one of this week.
I. Sacrifice Required. "God did
prove Abraham" (R. V.) vv. 1-2. Abra
ham's ready response, "Behold me,
here am I," gives evidence of his life
long habit of obedience. He was ready
for sacrifice or service. His habit of
taking God at his word prepared him
for this final act of testing, and per
fecting, of his faith. The revised ver
sion "prove" is a better rendering than
the authorized version "tempt." God
does not tempt, i. e., solicit men to
evil Jas. 1:13. but he does "prove"
men; see Ex. 20:20 and I Peter 1:12.
Abraham had been tried before but
what father is there who will not say
this was the supreme test, for he is
called upon to give up his, "only son,
whom thou cherishest."
Abraham's Faith.
Superficial critics have taken occa
sion to make light of a God who would
make such a demand upon an earthly
father. We need to remember that
Abraham had doubtless witnessed hu
man sacrifices in Chaldea and that
having seen God's faithfulness and his
past deliverances, he had enough
faith to believe that God could in his
own Providence deliver Isaac. Fur
ther, attention has been called to the
exact language of the text, viz., God's
demand was that Abraham "offer" (not
"kill") Isaac as a sacrifice. The liter
al language is "make him go up" up
on the altar, doubtless in symbol. We
read elsewhere, Heb. 11:17 that "Abra
ham offered up Isaac," but we know
he did not kill Isaac. Those who
stumble at that part of the story miss
the great lesson God intended to teach
in the record of this incident. How
ever, Abraham was ready to do (v. 10)
what God himself did actually do when
he gave his "only son," John 3:16,
Rom. 8:32. Isaac was the child of the
promise, hence the only son (cf. Gen.
21:12). This makes the text more se
vere for Ishmael had been sent off,
21:14. God today is calling upon fath
ers to sacrifice their sons, and fathers
are sacriflcing though not always unto
God. We must put our children upon
the altar. Matt. 10:37.
II. Sacrifice Granted.. "Abraham
rose up early," vv. 3.10. The writer
of Genesis has left us to fill in the
emotions and the mental agony that
must have surged through Abraham's
heart, yet we again see a wonderful
illustration of prompt obedience, ef.
Ps. 119:60.
Abraham's Devotion.
Attention has been called to Isaac
as a type of Christ (cf. John 10:17-18).
(1) His name, given before birth; (2)
His birth, supernatural, predicted; (3)
His offering, a, by his father; b, volun
tary; c, risen from the dead; (4) His
marriage; a, bride selected by his fath
er; b, servant calls the bride; c. meet
ing of bride and bridegroom. In this
connection we behold Isaac bearing
the wood (v. 6) a reminder of Christ
bearing his cross, John 19:17. The
test to Abraham's faith was full even
to the point that "he took the knife to
slay his son," when God intervened.
The repetition. "Abraham, A braham,"
suggests the urgency of God to save
and the devotion of Abrahapi in that
he was not easily turned aside nor
looking for a way of escaping a dis
agreeable duty. Abraham was sus
tained to the end (Rom. 4:20, 21 R. V.)
snd out of it all he is abundantly re
warded, vv. 15-18 and 26:4-5.
III. Sacrifice Provided." "A lamb
caught In the thicket," vv. 1 1-15. Again
God spoke to Abraham through "an
angel," an old Hebraic way of saying
that God made himself known. It has
been suggested that at this point- the
Hebrew broke away from human sacri
ices. There is nothing in this story
to sustain any claim that God justifies
human sacrifices, but the exact con
trary. for God gave Isaac back to
Abraham (Heb. 1:19 R. V.) and that
he is constantly doing to those who
surrender their all and their best to
him, Mark 10:29-30; Prov. 11:24-25.
Abraham did not leave the mountain
until he had offered a sacrifice and
who can question but that his heart
was filled with great joy and thanks
giving unto God, 2 Cor. 9:15. Without
the shedding of blood we cannot ap
proach God.
Abraham Is a type of true piety
and is constantly held up by New Tes
tament writers as the Ideal of religion,
the reason is that religion never
changes. It is the attitude of the soul
to God. Read Horace Bushnell's ex
perience as related In "Dissolving of
Doubts." Some men seem to pass
through life without much testing, the
question is suggested, are they worth
testing. are they of sufficient value.
"Trials are God's vote of confidence."
This is also a great illustration of
substitutionlary snrif'e. ask !saac I
ie believed it? *m! the question
-lo do we show our faith?'
2- 7:4Oa. m
r-00 .m
7-11:4 a. m
No. Ti~neNo. Timne
1- a. :n.2- 8:20 a. m,.
7:43 . u~.4-10:35 a. m.
~.-"V~) a n~.6-12:35 p. mn.
4-Iap . 8- 2:15p. m.
1 ~Op n.12-500 p. m.
.'o rn.16- e:2p. mn.
Saturdayso -
Start Your Liver
Don't Stop Work
Dodson's Liver Tone Acts Mild
ly but Surely. Livens Up the
Liver and You Stay On Your
I is the experience of calom, I user
that if th v take enough of the drug 'o
have the desired efect, it sToondy in
terferes with them the day after. la,
thirIis the least important item, for cao
mel is often dangerous drug anol art, on
th, system violently.
Don,t t tke chances with calomel h t
a bctsle yf the pleasant, safe an i p.r:-- r
ly harmless Dsdson's Liver Tone-. gar
ant -ed to take the place of calom.
Insta id < f makiig you f-e'I worse t:e
next day it in ekes you feel iett r---1wi
you actually are better, for no ren..
in the whole world liens up tin liver
regulates the bowels ane really rej uvet
nates the system any better than thi
You are the sole judge of its neris
Pickens Drug Co. is fully authorized to
hand ,ou back your money without"
question if it fails to please you-and re
lieve you.
Remember, if you feel constipated
and bilious. what you need is Dod .on,
Liver Tone. ad
There Are Melons and l
but the rich, sweet, juicy ones
those that had plenty of avai:
to insure normal ripening with rapi
The right kind of fertilizer is a good
to bear melonsof first quality instead e y
then a l
blood, t:
This i:
kins and
wVrite e
and fr,",:
r.'.s x:: dG
Pickens Route 3
Mr. Amos Cantrell gave a
pound supper on Iast Saturday
night at his home oni Route 3.
Quite a number of ' oung per
pe were present and an enjoy
able evening was sp it.
Misses Kate and Inez Gillespie
spent last Saturday night oat tlw
home of Mr. J. C. Gravlev.
Messrs. Bub Gillespie, a nd J.
P. and Cleveland Stewart spot~
Saturday night wvith Mr. An' s
Misses Emma and Mae Gilles
pi spent Saturday night at the
home of Mr. Amos Cantrell.
To Rent, Sell or Ex=1
A number of desirale houses and va
cant lots in almost any part of Green
ville that you may desite. Will sell
this property on farcrable terms, or
will exchange for farm's situate ir. tlus
or ad jacent counties.
311 S. Maia St. Greenville, S. C
Put the Load W
F you are to:
Stime and or
hav e efficien
You have e
w ork w~ithout
energy at wood-sawing,
stone-turning and the li
gine to furnish power f
time, and with far less ef
the stock watered, the
one-tenth the expense c
load where it belongs.
I IHC Oil anm
It is the cheapest engi
it costs less per year o
It is so powerful that i
per cent or more above
Perfect combustion mak
I HC oil and gas en.
gasoline, naphtha, keros
Sizes are 1 to 50-horse j
in every approved stylt
portable, stationary, sk~
water-cooled. Sawing,
Ifits, etc. I H C oil tract<
ing, etc., 12 to 60-horse
See this engine at ti
place of business and le
you. Or write for catal
International Harvester
Patting Him in the Face.
T wo C' ,?-r d brothers were ap
parentlv t ajbut to come to blows.
Rhetorical threats had been
Bying fast.
"Niggah, don't mess wid me"
warned one. "cause when yo,
10 vo' sure is fiirtin wid a
"Don't pesticate wid me, nig
;ah," replied the other, show
ng a great bony fist; "don't
o'ce me fo' to press dis upon
vo', 'cause if yo' do, Ah'll hit
o' so ha'd Ah'll separate yo'
deas from yo' habits! Ah'll
just nacherally knock yo' from
.mazin' grace into a'floatin' op
"If vo' mess wid me, niggah,
replied the other, " Ah'll jest
make one pass and dere'll b ' a
wmn pattiin' vo' in de face wid
. spade tomorrow mornin'."
otton Oil News.
Wells Cleaned Out,
lug, blasted and fixed up in
ood shape. I get larger rock
with less per cent of dynamite.
I guarantee my work to give
satisfaction. Anyone wishing
work done drop me a card or
see me at Pickens. Am better
prepared to do your work than
anybody else in town.
a pr1i Dan Blair.
9W 9W
I sugar formation.
i vec.ne::t. The vines will continue
ei; uiy one or two pickings and
tof u(Jtmsketabie cu!!s.
compost with zcco to 1500
:f 5-.10 goods, the ammonia to be
mainly from organic substances like
:age, fish or cottonseed meal.
;equally good for cucumbers, pump.
- a ljrmu- Potash Pays
-, r rke f:onadnok Block. Chicago
,tral Bar~k BLWg., New Cr cana San Francisco
At lSd., Sa- mn~a Epire Bldg., Atlanta
ery serical kid Th
give aclcrate stise although
merately iced. kinTe
wour inspectin.efcl dut
Easley, N- C
here It Belongs
aake the most of your
portunities, you must
tools to work with.
nough hard, tiresome
'wasting your time and
water-pumping, grind
ke. Use an I H Cen
or such work. In less
fort, the wood is sawed,
tools sharpened, all at
f hand work. Put the
Buy and use an
I Gas Engine
ne you can buy because
f service than others
t will carry a load tcen
its rated horse power.
es it economic'al.
ines operate on gas,
ene, distillate, alcohoL.
ower. They are built
; vertical, horizontal,
idded, air-cooled, and
pumping, spraying out
>rs for plowing, thresh
ie I H C local dealer's
arn what it will do for
Tax Notice.
Oflice of County Treasurer. P'itegens Co. iv
Pickens. S. ('.. Oc ier i.
The books for the collection f I -t) t
County taxes will be open from
October 15th 1912 to December :lt 19:.
Those who prefer to do so (-air Iy int JaurL:a
rv 1913, with I per cent nrrtional. Thee
who prefer paying In February 191. e1.n
do so with 2 per cent add itional. l'hose w i,
prefer paying in March 1913, to the 5th of said
month, can do so ny paying an additional 7 per
cent. After said date the books will close.
N. Ii.-Tax payers owning property or payimg
tax for others, will please ask fo tax receipt
in each township or special school district in
which he or they may own property. This is
very important as there are so many special
school districts. 'T'hose who do not wish to
cone to the 'ilice can write we, not later than
IUcember ')th. and I will furnish them with
the amount due and they can remit me by
cheek, money order or registered letter, If
stamps are sent do not send above two (2)
cent. as I cannot use them. Please do not
send me cash without registering name, as it is
liable to get lost; if sent otherwise it must be
at sender's risk.
Levy for State tax ...... ...........5% .5i1lls
Levy for Constitutional School tax . 3 mills
Levy for Ordinary County tax. ........6 mills
Levy for Sinking Fund ....... ......... 1 millst
Levy for Past Indebtedness.......... mills
Levy for Chain Uang... ...... ..... .. >= mill
Levy for State Constable...... ........ o mill
Total 19" mills
Special Levy for School Dlstrio t No. 1, 2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 2,.. .2 n ils
Special Levy for School Distri.t No. 3"....:mills
Special Levy for School District . 4....: 'wills
Special Levy for School District No. 5 ..2' mill',
Special Lovy for School Dirtrict No.7.... 4 mills
Speciai Lev) for School D'strict No. ,...' mills
Special ..evy for School District No. 9,. 10 wills
Special Le'y for School District No. i0, 2% mills
Special Levy for School District No. 11, 7,z wills
Special Levy for Schonl District No. 12, ..2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 13,..8 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 14,..4 mills
' pecial Levy for School District No. 16...6 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 17...7 mills
Special Levy for School )istrict No. 18, 2 mills'
Special Levy for School District No, 19, 2mills
Special Levy for School District No. 2-J,...2 miils
Special Levy forSuhool District No.21....4 mills
Special Levy for School lisorict No. 2,..4 mills
Special Levy for School District No, 33,..2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. *.l, 21 mills
Special Levy for School District No.2 . 2% mills
Special Levy for School District No. 27,.. mills
Special Levy for School District No. '2...4 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 29. 3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 31. 15 m.ilis ,
Seial Levy for School District No. S2.. 3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 36 ,4 mills
Speciel Levy for School District No. 37. 4 mills
Special Levy for Sohool District No, 38, 2 mills
Special Levy for School District No, 40 ,2 mills
Special Levy for School District No 41, 3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 42...2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 46. .4 mills
Special Levy for School District No 47...8 mills
Special Levy for Sehool District No. 49...2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 51...3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 52, 2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 53,...3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 55...4mnills
Special Levy for School District i o, 56...4 mills
Levy for Interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds
Hurricane township...... ...........2 mills
Dyevy for interest on Pickens R. R. lionds
kastatoe township....... .....2smills
Lavy for interest on PickensiR. R. Bonds
Pickens C. H. townsl;;p.. ............ 2 mills
Poll Tax, Onp (1) Dollar. Every male citizen
from 21 to to 60 years is liable, except Confeder
ate soldiers, who do not pay after 50 years, and
those excused by law.
Commutation Road Tax. $1.50. The Leg
islature enacled the following law: "That all
able.bodied male persons from the age of twen
ty-one and fifty years, both inclusive, in ithe
county of Pickens, shall be required annually
to pay one dollar and fifty cents commutation
or road tax, except ministers of the gospel ac
tually in charge of a congregation, persons ner
manently disabled In the military service of
tnis State. and persons who serveo in the late.
war between the states, and all persons act~ual-~
ly employed in the quarantine service of tire,
State, arid all studenits who may be attending '
any school or college at the time when the com.'
mutation tax hereinabove provided for shadi
becomie due. shall be required to pay to Ihe
rounaty Treasurer of said county, between the
15th day of Octobier arnd the 31st day oif 1Deem
her in each arid every year, an anniit oua liu
tatitor or roatd tax or (one dollbir arid lifty cen'ts
p'er head, aird any failure to pa;. said road tax
shall be a misdemearror, and the ollernder, upoin
convction, shall be punished by a fine of noit
less than five dollars arid not mnore thani fifty
dollars, or rmprisoned for not more than thirty
Capitation Dog Tax. All person's owning
dogs are requiree to pay a tax of fifty (50) cents
on each dog. Respectfully
Taylor H. Stewar t,
Courntv TPeasurer.
.Our buyer has just
where he purchased the
bo htto Easley. WV
can corne to our store an
Goods, Clothing, H ats a
S big Department Store 1in
It will pay you to come
we can save you. We h
Goods in our shelves all
Below we quote yot
Davleplaids cotton
74c vd. our price 5c.
Domino apron g'ingham
S yd. our price 5c yd.
Globe standard calico pr
S yd. our price 5c yd.
Toil deniord dress gingha
yd. our price 10c yd.
Brown dreSs linen valuw
price 10c yd.
(Good quality :36 inch soft
S ing for 74c yd.
10 yds. Good English 1
price 79c.
36 inch sea island si
S weight for 5c yd
40 inch white lawn, val
S price 10c yd.
The 12kc grade of hici
Sour price 10c yd.
Yard wide all wool sei
for 48c yd.
36-inch Panama, all
S 40c, our price 2.5c yd,
One lot of pretty soft sil
S pink, black and white, 25
our price while they last
We have a beautiful lin:
S Flaxons. Soisettes and w'e
S121ic to 25c yd.
Remember we buy
S small profit added, there
S from us. Give us a trial
S back on any purchase yo
Surprise Your Friends
Fur fo u' weeks regularly use
Dr. Ki's& New Life Pills.
Thev stimulate the liver, im
prove dig*.st ion, rem, ove blood
purtis. rpimples and erup
tiolls disa ppe:r from 1 our face
and body a1 n d you feel better.
Begin at Once. lor at Pickens
Drug Co.
'RY SOLACE at Our Expense
M ney Back for Any CLaze of
Rhumatism, Neuralgia or ieadach that
Solace Fails to Remove
SOLACE ItE '1EOtY is a recent medical dis
overy of three German Scientist, ihat dissolves
r1e .\id ('rystals and Purities the Blood. It is
axsy to take. and will not affect the weakest
It is guaranteed under the Pure Food and
)rug L:w to be absolutely free frcm opiates
r hariniul drugs of any descrit tion.
SOLACE is a pore specific in every way, and
7as been proved beyond question to be the
sure.t and quickest remedy for 'ric acid Trou
>!es known to ni ical science. no matter how
ong Ntlending It reaches and removes the root
>f the trouble It in .\cil; and purifies the
rH: 40).AC; ::., of Ilittle Creek. are the
ole U. S. .t\ents amid have thousands of volun
ary teui.mmolnial letters which have been receiv
:d front grateful pe'.;de S4)L.\t'lE has restored
,o health. TestimnonLl letters, literature and
FRElE 15X sent upon request
R. Lee Mlorris, 'resident of the First National
Bank of chico. Texas. wrote the SolaCe Com
-any as follons:
*I want you to seml a box of Solace to my
'ther in .lem his. Tenn.. for which I enclose
I. This retedy has teen used by some friends
f mino here and I must say its action was
i a l rf ul. (Signed) R. L. Morris."
Put up in ic. 50e and ?1.00 boxes
iOLACE. "No Special Treatme' t Schemes or
Fees " .JUsT s)i-,:. LOs l does the work.
Write today for the free box. etc.
SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek, Micb
' W
the public to know that I k<
I will sell top buggies,
and side springs. One-I
wagons. Every buggy- and
just as represented. I se.
lizers, in fact Fertilizers of
a fair deal to everybody.
I handle coffins, casket
R.P1. E
returned from the Northern
most complete line of Spring an
are nowv prepared to take care
d find wvhat you are looking for
nd Shoes and at prices as cheap
the State would sell you the
tnd look this big stock over and
ave more thMi $15000 worth
bright and newv.
a few prices to gi ye you an Id
check yalue IMens good<
Syalue our price
s worth Sic Mens nice dr
I$1.98 and up tc
ints value 61c Boys knickei
ms vlaue 124c Boys all woo
and $3.98
121c yd. our One big lot o
(drummers san
finish bleach- your choice for
Big box sea
ong cloth our price :3c
8 cakes gon<
leetinlg good weight as Octe
for 25c.
ne 15e yvd. our 6 cakes soap
ma's washing1
Cory shirt ing 7 big boxes G
der for 25c.
-ge all colors 6 spools best,
hades, value -2 spools good
Childrens Dra
ks, light blue, as cheap as y
to 35c value. Remcmber we
vill be 18e y d, them, prices fr<
e of Poplins. Ladies shirt
.sh Silks from .quality white 1
the $1.50 kind.
~oods Cheap and we sell Strictl:
fore we can save you money on
aud see for yourself. Remembe
u make with u's not satisfactory
rin L. Bolt & Company, Proprietoi
Store That's Always I
No one eyer worked as
o be good as some men wo
)> a "devil of a good fellow
is one of the common symp
toms of womanly trouble, and
the cause has to be removed
before you can rid yourself of it
entirely. A medicine that mere
ly kills pain, does not gos. t
seat of the trouble, and kill 1ieb
cause. What you need Is a
woman's medicine-one whick
acts directly, yet gently, on the
womanly organs.
Afterhavingused Cardul,
Miss Ljllie Gibson, of
man, Texas, writes: "
three years ago, I was just
entering womanhood, and was
sick in bed for nearly nine
months. Sometimes I wouid
have such headaches, and othie
er aches, I could hardly stand:
it. I tried Cardui, and now.
am cured of al my troubles..1
shall praise Cardul as long asl
live." Cardui is the n e
you need. Try It. E
Iep on hand a full stock of>
d ALL kinds of FARM
open 1 gies, end springs
torse w ns, two-horse
.wa u teed to be -
.1 Meal and
andle High Gra
al grades. My motto is
Come and try me and be
s and all burnal supplies.
and Eastern markets, K
d Summer goods ever
of your wants. You u
in all kinds of Dry
and cheaper than any
same class of Goods
see for yourself :wh.
of Good Staple Dry --
a how we sell Goods.
very day pants $1.25
ss pants 98c, $148, $2,48 Z
bocker pants 25c pr. to
blue serge suits $3.48
E mens. and boys hats
iples) value up to S.2.50 ?
rch light matches our ~
laundry soap same Z
.gon and just as good )2 I
and two boxes Grand- %(
owder for 25c,
-rand ma's washing pow
I. & P. Coats cotton
sewing thread for 5c.
sses ready-made almiost.
ou can buy the cloth. ~
have a pretty line of -'
>m 25c, 48c, 69c and 98c. 7
waists made of nice
awn. 48c, 69c and 98c for A
r for Cash with only a
the goods you buy
:r we give your money
wvih you.Y
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