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Sole agents foi
S ewin g \I ach.ines
Shoes All winn
happeningS 01 a jUtu and Personal
(Court. convenes hiere M nday, Junes
3d1, with .1 udge G. W. GaU pi.*cresiding.
Dioni't fail to reIad1 the uad. of Craig
Bros. ini t.his isse. They talk sense.
Born. oni the 2(mh ins~t , to Mr. and
MVrs. Jiohn Lewis, of Pielsens, R. :
Mr1s. To'lcca Ear'le, (< f Central, is
visiting tbc fasmily of Mr. J. W. Eirle,
Mr'. and Mrs. W. HL. Ambler, of
Greenville, spent Sunday in Pickenis
W. H. Griiflin, of' Gr'eenville, spent
a part of this weekI with hsis miotlher,
Mrs. Florence Griflini, mn Pickens.
C. N. BowenI's house is neauring
completion and will sooni bered
for occupancy. It mae qjuite a
Mr's. Essie Hughes (Cason, of the
Anderson side, visited her sister, Mr's.
J. F. Harris, and other relatives ini
Pickens. last week.
I). G. Moore moved Iast week t.o
t.he Masuldin houso, occupied by TV. J.
Part ridge. Mr'. Part ridge has bought.
ai lot and is building thereon.
Mmss Josio B3oggs hasH been elected
tI> toach the WVolf Creek school, (Iis
trict. Nq. 29, the Summeir term wvshi
will begin onl nil'", rly '20th.
Tihler'e lii sveral istag fishi
ing partici mf Pickens to
siear.by stin' yourse1 the b)oys
(eime back yiarni ablouit, the
fi ne tim m1( . noemi t, caught.
See aid.< -. ..:eemni & Co
They ( quot(e pr1ices' that miovo theI
gods. By the1 way, this~ firma,
though young, is doing a good busIi.
line of Clothing,
argest and most
>wn this size in th
Our stock of Clothing
75c to $5, suits for yo
line of two-piece suits,
Buy the celebrated H(
ways "get your monc'
Hats for everybody.
Hat. This hat needs
ter than any other hat
all the latest styles.
Walkover $3.50, $4 at
Boyden $5 and $6 for
Zeigler $3, $3.50 and
We have crowds of th
There are more $3.50
makes at the same pri
To see the prettiest lii
a look at the Boyden,
Big line of Shirts, 50c
Furnishings. Best at
MI ttchell W ragon
>, I Iors Shoe Clot=
!lrs. F. N. Golden, aged about (i
yeariI, died on t be 24th inst.
J. 1. HIr iis is preparing plhtitS fo
a iiic t<l comm, odious ihOUSC whiel
heo con t "mpIlates building this sUM
mer on the site of his present, dwell
R_ L. )avi, prprietrf t ft i
P'ickens B3ottling WVorks, has mOove<
his famiily to Pickens and are heupy
ing thle Mr's. M. J. 1Ilarris cottage, o
Cedar Rock street.
ThelIre wvill be an all-*day 9ingfin1g ai
Miountinig Grove the second Sunidaiy
inI Jnne, condullcted by Prolf. J. IL
Mui'irphree. Everybody cordially inI
vited to at,tend and are uRrged1 to bringf
songf~ books and wel1l-filled baskets.
The k ind1 of people we like ar<
those who come and pay up wvhai
thev owe, b)efore stopping the papet
--not thoise wVho 1use the postmastel
asR a sub)terfuge, by having him te
send in a card stating the papir is
"Refused." The4 devil won'L "refuse'4
admiiittantce to scoh deadbeats.
Lightnting struck ai free in the yard
near 1). B. Finney's residence Sunday
evening, andii severely shoc(lking Mras.
F'inney, knocking her to the floor
and stunininig her, but in a (4hort time
she recoveredi and is nIone( t he wore 1'
for her expeien~ice M\iss' lEmmtia lFin
neQy was1 also0 s1ilihtly ~ shocked,* bt ol
Jlove's p)layVful an1 ues -;e ire'ly list orbl
hiouni Hatur<iy, where'ha ti~Ihe jI o
paingi. ( aI~,i residenice forl Ill Ud lof
says11 tibe is inl thline i selln 'LI
(roof I hi people. lie lhe eln:
ly 11aid a1 visit to) Mr. Aaionii I;,'
antihuier, nuo~ of themi C beinl lihel
1. i'(el1 ,/ ke" recenitly v'isited t hie
the "'0ld stne church' wil s Loon
i.e us alet te'r onl thle suienjt
Shoes, Hats and C
up-to-date line of
3 State and we are
is the largest we have ever carri
.iths $2.50 to $12.50, suits for m
serge coats and extra pants,
)RSE SHO ? BRNND of clohir
(s worth." G.t your Spring su
We are sole agents for the celel
no introduction as everyone kno
sold for $3. We have them bol
id $5 for men.
64 for women.
em in all styles both Shoes and
and $4 Walkover Shoes sold t
ce in the vorld because they are
le of Shoes and Oxfords ever sh
Walkover and Zeigler.
to $2. Big line neckwear and e
d most up-to-date line at right p
, Chase Cit,y B1 ugg
b.1Ing), Hla wes 8H
M iss \larie F:r, who h1s been
te achin scl in le Iower part 4f
the state, is Spending hetr 'aca tion at
her home iln Picke.lI.
Thlis Iit a;good adver-. tisment fior
the town and tie people sIould Co
t.ritbute liberally to the support of
The Pick nsa L-md Agenc-Iy has a
(call for fromt (one to t hii ee hundredI'
acres of Iland (on Eastat.o (.r Keowee
river's. If y1 uI15. havsuch tract, all or
part ini cultIivat ion, withu or without
boilo it, como)4 ini atnd see us, or
alddreOss Lock Box No. 2. W~ou1ld
rat her you come1 to see 1ns at once0 aIt
once, as8 this 8 is a quick trade.
The Pickans ball team played t.wo
gamhiesI Iast week onl their diaml)ond,
one0 with Wesfinster an~d one1 with
Easley and were victorious on both
occaIsions. We are proud oIf our team111
and3( of the laurels they are winninIg.
Congre'smnan Le'gare has slhipped(
his furniture to Pickenis and it is nIow
stowved in hw dwelling awaiting his
arrivaul. He and1( his excellouut family
are. expected to arivell by the 1st
prox. Tiheir Iimny' frienda in Pic'k
ens4 Ol aniurounidinig will be glad to
Shcriff Jenniinga has becen under
thie wveat her for the past two ve,
'and1 mos91.t te tie asben1on
11i1ed to hislroom and1 siUcfe a
1cof fe temi10 E his wifeI has1( bteen quiite
si'k:c in fooCt, she hals had1( Ihe worst
years1. A t ihe pr1eson1. II i vrit il ey
arei holh i heiter. and9 ihe shieriff (
p Is to be able Iltotafiii coulrt,
I'11 IT07 5SL1 s ion of the Il'iek'- ( Grad
9191l comes09 to a close84. The chit
wei k. i I9 ihm 8 Ti tIi ile r he11
fore thle publ lic in 99n inter-est i pro
fee of1 25 and 15ec, wh1ich will go~ to)f
hj ncin p - 11 ,.f soota i, 1-1:s,e tc.
ents' Furnishing (
clothing and ge:
prepared to prove i
ed s uts for children
en $3.5u to $25. Big
all sizes and all
ig and you will al
it while you can be
rated . Hawes $3.00
ws that it is far bet- C
:h soft and stiff in
han any other two
the best made at the
own in Pickens, take
verything in Gents'
ies, Iron KSi Sto
ts, Boyden, Walk
Th'le Old Sold1iers, Saturdaiy, anid
thiose iitteniding~C i cort next~ wee(k, are
inivited1 to comeit Isee us. Make,Li te
INIx1: oflce youri hiendtinairters. L
IiLave yo'ur bagga lge, hundh- lE, l>as
1iur olice, and( if yoiu d, iin
W\e will L,ake dlight in [ooking', aber(
them forL you. Drop) ini andO se uS.t
SWie ibe del,)ighLted( to haive yout
TFhos. M. liill, of (Greer, spenit a.
P"rtin of hot)3) week ini Pickeins, with
his2 ister, Airs1. ,ohn L. Thiornley.
.r. liI l's~ umany frinds wvill be gladi on
t, how that a.~t. the last court in '
'1r1ensill he i wvas (exonerated of
1I( bharge of Iniappropriationi of )
und1 1Jref(erred algainstO im ty I]
-xoods. We can
vhat we say.
vres, New I I ore
>vc and Zeigler
1E TO SEE US
vill do our best to please
s than - ver* before, and
that is " saying a g~(od
Ve will be dlIighted( to
to you when you come
ir Old Acquaintance.
~ens Drug Co.
~. I lallum, Manager.
The( 10-mfonith-h,l infannt of M4orris1
all died1 on the 2t>l1 int
Some birthsE have rec.nly occuIrred
04nnd P icken, but On alcount of
e I)4j absentind(lle<n of l,ho attendl(
gu phyicianV toII j(ldow thle3Ol din.
C hoi ( siC of Mesusrs. lie a., M .Tlf(
-. 1furn il n iu'd - a n
tic of Finl18ettlement an( cige.
OTICE~j iis hey gi ven tha,:t I wI
inkplientin to4 IIJ. .li. New.
"lily, in ihelo State of Sout Cm- 'ni
hu ' (1 t da of ,hole 1911/, u h
lIi*k in) f.he~ forenoonu, or 1s soonu II. I..
aute of Au n ( hrilhou II d eEse uiu ob-1
ri diseluhargo 4( 1( as ad iitrator of s;ii(
y 23, 19071. Admr. will aum.'o 1