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Our A is large
tions, Clothing, SI
The handsomest line we I
pecially strong, everything in bl
as, Mohairs, Eolienes, Worsted,
to see the line of Pannama clott
30c and 40c the yard.
Our white goods can't be s
ings 15c to 5oc the yard.
Linens, Lawns, Persians, N
Large assortment of Laces
Dry Goods are advancing
the advance in price and will g<
Big shipments being receiv
Spring suit till our stock is brol
Sole agents foi
Shoes All wn
Call for lButteri
Hapuei Local and Persona!
Miss v is at home fromn
tolleg >rt, visit.
Mis. .ewis i8 visiting her
friend ily Friday, in Green
B, 0. ,Jones, if Greenville, and F.
R. Moon, of i hoti y were in Pick
ens, Tuesdaiy, on] businees.
As usual for the past few years we
are baving Maichi weather in April.
Mflr3h was more like June anid July
The wind finds it easy to raise the
"dust"---in which respect it bas the
advantage of this editor in particular
and a guood mayJfh other people in
"Come gentle Spring; ethereal
mildness, como"-and please,do come
please come q'uick. It is mighty
darne I cold to wear your last Sum
If you want to look at some of the
best residence property in this or any
other town in this section, just take
a peep at the "Bruce Allotment," or
those on the south-east side of towun
for sale by Holder & Co. You can
get snited at either p)lace.
What has bevcome( of our corres
pondent at Oateechee? THas his fail.
ure to initerest any of the fair sex to
*' share his lot, no disgruntled him that
he has becomno a recluse? ."Be still,
sad heart and( CcseO rep)in ing, behiind
the coud the sun's still shining."'
8''n' morning, 15th .nt., at, the
>)f J. Ia Simmons1011. Mioss
I] 'ns and Bein Iggi ns wvere
V Fried, in, the presnciie of a
I of the conitracting parties,
ItmoniS, no'tary public, pro
3 ~ the solomn wvords that
n for life. T1he contract.
* have the bent wishes of
tneir mhany friends for a useful and
nonth we have be
r and better selec
boes, Hats and Ge:
)S! DRESS GOOf
iave ever shown, in black go
ack and fancy Voils, Cassimere
;, Crepe De C and Henriettas.
1 we are showting in all colors,
urpassed-everything in merce
ainsooks, plain and mereerized
and Embroideries all grade at
daily but our entire stock was b<
> at the old prices.
cd almost daily. Don't put off
,I Iorse Shoe (.otl
Mrs. B J. Webb ande(l Mis E' sie
Earle Visited inl ( rerem'"ill I e. week.
Oe swalluw dloes not n:lke Ia SUM
In r :y ml re than ole "lle'er" tull kes
I )r. .. 1 We bb Spett. a f ew da +
(:1st week il Carne :v +ile", (,., wit Ih
his fat Le-in-law, who i-t qitte Hick.
Mrs. H. A. Richey hals r-eturln,e
from at visit to hier datlughter, Mrs. W.
C. 1[,rtiin and other relative on Eas
ley, R. F. D. 5.
The're will be) preachmug at 0Old
Pickens chmnchi on the fourth Sunday
mn April. a.t 8 3l0 p. mn., by Rev. C. L.
McCamn, of Seneca.
Morried,.at the home of TP. A. Dur
ham, A pril 7, Miss Early Durham
and Mr. Okveland Marshbaniks, Rev.
B. C. AJkinson officiating. All of
For Sale -A valuable upland farm
with 6-room dwelling, barn and sta
bles, 200 yds. from church, store and
school house. Address, B 0. Jones,
3reenville. or F. R1. Moon, Libee ty
We hope you wvill read the ads in
~his paper very carefully and closely.
l'he people wvho advertise ini this p.,.
per ar, business men and besides
rnon of character and integrity.
When they advertise ai bargain they
[mean thatt thley havo ai brlgaimn for
Mr.i R L. Davisi has1 gone t(o Pick
ens, and will open1 upl a1 bottiphjr, t 11
for the mneanf,tcture ot soift. dr.inks.
Laturcence is the2 youngos so of1 2 Mr.
M. A. I )ivis, of ficar1 th is pIace, andl
his riuny friends1 will be pleaed to
learn1 of the st01) he hast t.akeni in I he
Mr. If. I . 1I[0n(dlicks is '-stuv:ii ing
in a gencera,l way to -tnlir,ze heis
ho,s-. Hie will add on a doz)-n~ more21
roomsII, andl lix to bette enterI10ktain and
take enre( of the travelliing pullic.
W1e understand 1.,hat Mlr. H Ienudricks
has already booked 25 /guests who
wanlt to cpend the summl!er in Pick.
en receiving dail
Led than ever befoi
rit's Furnishing G(
>S All the
ods we are pants, Soc tc
s, Pannam- brated Hors<
Don't. fail the money.
6 to 40 in.
ized waist Our shc
sell the best
3atiste at all for me bes
for men, Wor
good as the
all prices. Furnitui
)ught before lots. It is a
of furniture 3
buying yu take ten tim
you money <
always get ti
Chase City Bugp
ling, Hawes $3 i
--lilabel t .\1 K'ian, of Sumim-r, is
visiting ill PiCKHe a,
)r. L. O \Iao Id in, of (lreelillej
p-ent Sund1ay inr Pickens with 1.0
Married, April 14, by )(ev. I. C.
Atkinson, Miss Minutie Manildi and
M[r. H1. R. M[auldin.
rs. M. uoley I is retu ri ed to her
home in Walhalln, after at pleaat
viait to her sister, Mrs. S. E Bur.
g8es, of Libertv.
The Pickens Drug Oo , are hJavinig
the( in 'ide oIf theu ir tcre enfIsotnuied
anid pailited, which adds mnuch to the
attractiveness of tbis already nice
and( populair drug store.
The Senca Farm and I"actory says
"early 1.pring chickens wvill be late. "
According to th1is urgument there
will be no "early" spring chickesa-1
they w.ill all ho "late "
Mrs. Carl Amick and little daughi
ter Millicent have returned to their
home in Columbi)a after an agre~eable
visit to frieiids antd relatives in and
aroulnd Lit>erty. Mrs. Ainick wilI be
pleasantly remetmberedl as Miss Ielle
TPhe Charleston Nnws anid Conrier,
r>f the 13th instant, contains the fot
lo3wing pesonail notice of one( of Pick.
ens~ couh1niv's foreumiost buiness men~ 311,
Noris C->ton MIill impany3, is in
the city on a visit to his le .\r.
Josh4)) F. Noirri.
SchlO wvi!l give'4 a publIsie nIt'i
taIii'innt on the 19th~ inst. The I ,
losAiig schuool men03 airl inite to (1 I
SILte BoardI; Siipt. 1'. TI. I!albun,
N ichiolon, A\ iuerson' coun33 ty. I bia
schIool iS palt roized3'( bIyPckn emo
ty, b)eing~ situaited inear t he 9u.
anid tl( he obj--et is L tos estabus' A b:
school aIccOI orig to re4cent1 ael of the
le'gislatur1e, and 3(haiive school f ree to
Pickens and1( Anderson couinties.
y large shipmen
re. Our stock of ]
>ods is the largest
atest styles and pattern, suits I
for youths $2.00 to $12.00. Met
$6. Odd coats, 50c to $5. V
Shoe brand of clothing the be
e trade increases every year bei
shoes that money can buy. Ox
nen and children. Remember i
Battle Axe, Godman, Zeigler, V
-e, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Su,
easy matter for us to save y<
re, of every description, Sewin
Saddlery. Anything, everythii
s the space we have to tell you
n, but come to see us and be cc
ie best merchandise inanufactur
'ies, Iron King St<
Lts, Boyden, WTa1
Mrs. Emma Major is visiting rela
tives in A ndeIrson.
L ec .Jerro: Looper, who has heen
(ile sick for .he past week is report.
et vrY muci better.
Mrs. Marion Looper of the Mice
section, who has been quite sick, is
g ttin:r along ninely. br. Robinson
is thu attending ph} sician.
The young ladies have a s, eet
tooth. The Pickens Drug Company
1:andle a lot of Onidla's fine box
enndI(ies. Girls like candy, even if
they do niot like the donor.
On the 10th inst. a K. of P. Lodge
was instit.uted at Clemfson College.
A great time wVas had by those wvho
palrticipatedl in the deg..ree work.
Hon. J1. E. Boggs was priesent and
'anong others, gave a good talk on
Miss Lillian Irene Clarke, who has
shairge of the music department the
[iiberty Graded School, was in Pick
ans Wednesday evening shopping.
M4iss Clarke will give her entertain
mernt on May 7th, and an enjoyable
Lime is promised all who attend.
l'he program will appear next wveek.
Dr. .J. 1L. Bolt left Pickens, Tuea.
d1ay morning, for B(ennettsville, S. C.,
wvhere he goes to attend the meeting
>f the Stato Medical AssociationI
which is in sessiona there this wveek.
Hfere's hoping aL good time, for you,
3oetor. May youmr visit bring Pick
msa miore proin aentIly ini tho glare of
Thel i edmaon t. LAighit, Wa ter' and
Pow(r Co. are laying the gas main s
at) Maini street and in a few (days we
s ill hav e the real article. Thes1eRml pu
i spiriiteda ciizensim are to lie com1.
umanded for this move -it is ini the
right, direction --and should1( be en
-(ouraVJed inl every way. It behooves
'very buIsiness'5 mlan inl towni to tap
.hemr iand use. thIiis light. Pntu, the
igh.t ito your' residtn ces, also, if you
'an) po(sibly aflbrd it. TIhis is a home
mm1Vpaniy so (enconlrage themi substanr
illy. D):n't rain down the light
vithont giving it a trial.
s of new goods.,
)ress Goods, No
ever brought to
or chfldren, all sizes, 75c to
I's Suits from $3 to $20. Extra
Ve are sole agents for the cele
st fitting clothes on earth for
:ause it is a known fact that we
fords in all colors at all prices
hat there are none quite so
lalkover and Boyden.
rries and Wagons in car load
)u 10 per cent on Avery piece
g Machines, Belting, Trunks
ig, with prices right. It would
of half the things we can save
nvinced that at this store you
ed for the money.
)VOS, New .I orm:le
:over and Zeiglei'
- orn, oil the I(h1h ilnst., to Mr.,
and M I-,; Iichard Hayes, it boy.
Comnnissionor J. J. L,ewis is in at
tendiince uponu the U 8. oourt, no'nP
in session, in Greenville.
-Cap.Frai,k U. Manhclin, U. S.. A.
is on i short leave of ibsenee, visit.
ing relativos in Pikenis and vicinity.
T'he election Thursday for mayor
of Pickens resulted in favor of B. B
LBon. Tbo nv mayor and
wardens have not been sworn in yet.
Boys, don't b,e afraid to ask the
young. lad1ies to go driving with you1,
if y'ou have a box of Nunnally's fine
box candy with you. Bolt & (lo. seit
in boxes at 60c per p)ound
The Rev. B. E. Grandy' preached
an excellent sermon in the Baptist
church on last Sunday night. Theb
protracted meeting which was to
have started then has boen indefi.
nitely postponed, no reason being
announced for this deiion.
T1he Election for mayor and war'
dens of Easley was held Tu'iesday.
About 300 votes were polled. E. I'.
McGraovy and Join E. Craig were
contestants for the mayoralty, and
much interest in the race was mani
festeQd. Tbe result was in favor o(
E 1P. McCravy.
The towvn of Pickensa will soon ea.
tabl ish a Iligh tin p llanlt. The Ph-d'e
and(10f entrprisel of this mfountain towni
is commrend-tble. (ireer is much
la'or t han P ickens, anid with similar
1)luici< and (enterprise could have~c
lights0, watter, sewerage and other
P'ickens Stausoell, who has b o.
suffering for somne limo with whiiG,
s'welling( in his righ t leg,had t ho mm
her amputat-ed, abhove th1e knoeo j oiniv
last week. Drms. Earle of GreenmviX
and Bolt of P.ickens, wvere tho ''aw~
bones" and they dlid a veryV suIcOcesM
job and he is getting alongo splenda.
(Additional locals on first no