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Sole agents foi
Happenii and Personal
Ciharlie (Garret t in)tends o) run his
threshing macehinie thuis s ason with
a 10-hiorse power gasoline engipno.
.lispoedL for several dlays but I~iisoeh
imprj)oved at this writing.
Miss .\lary~ LesMl(e3 of the 1a.9It%
eide is spenuding a while with Mrs. A..
M. Miorris in- Pickenis.
Thge union miniljg of the Pickenis
B3aptist~ association will meet with
Nine Forks church on Saturday be
fore the 5th Nunday in June. All
churches in the Iecoc0iation are r'e
quested to sendl delegates.
Lois, the.infan)t (daughter ''of Mr
Mrs. R. L Hlames was badly hurt by
the carriage being rolled from a high
porch lost Monday. The doctor was
immediately called and she is now
about out of danger.
"Old Fanny," the good old family
nag of T. D. Harris, while out graz
ing Tuesday, reached the conclusion
that, her (lay on) earth was .'one anid
dropped over dead. She -was a safe
and gentle ''creatur" and wasR a great
friend and cotopanion of the chil
The Seneca ball team came to
Plckens T1uesday' to Play Ball against
the P.ickens t.eam. They were a good
looking her m and aro
splendid Ph; ' could not
wvrent, the our tearn
Lp to the a thiero had
l1)01 ee a ,before our
canm wont ey had four
uIns marke1( t he last in
ing they' mn 'h the home11
ate four 't'h eore1'
a 8 to () he Pickens
's, It was a pretty game and
greatly enjoyed by all who at-I
line of Clothing,
a,rgest and most
>.wn this size in th
Our stock of Clothing
75C to $5, suits for yc
line of two-piece suits
Buy the celebrated H
ways "get your mone
Hats for everybody.
Hat. This hat needs
ter than any other hat
all the latest styles.
Walkover $3.50, $4 a
Boyden $5 and $6 for
Zeigler $3, $3-50 and
We have crowds of th
There are more $3.50
makes at the same pr
To see the prettiest lii
a look at the Boyden,
Big line of Shirts, 50C
Furnishings. Best ar
I Horse Shoe Clot"
M[arrietd, on the 28th tilt., at Ca
techee, by J. A. Brown. N. P., Miss
' "'ie llo%%Iand and Charlie Seng.
('Ihde Hiester has accupted a pu
sit.on wit-h W. E. F'reuni & Co.
Clauide is at good saleOsmanir and( wil
be glIad to have his friends calIl oii
TFhe esceafe lands1(1 of C'al vin
SolJit I, dCceasetd wasfl tile onily land(.
sol1o sailesday. It Wats bid off by
Maurried. at the residlence of the
bide1f's miot her onl the 2d instanut., Edl
Mor ton toi M'innie D.avwi, all of (Jatee
chee. J A. Biown, N. P., t fiei
Mrs. Mar'y TIhomasw, wife of Peter
0. Tlhomas, died at the home of her
husband'on the 17th ultimo, at the
age of 65 yeaits after an illness of 15
mfonlths. Shie was aL consitent (Chris
tian and a membert 'of the Baptist
ahurch for 35 years. She leaves a
husband, four children and1 a host of
relatives and friends to miourn her
CJourt conivenied onl Tluesday andl(
b)usiiness was pult thirouigh with a
rush. Ini ani appeail cas4 t he (decia
lonl of the lunliOr Easley waLs HuH
tinei)d. BraleQtt Ade0ox frr
forgery ' a15sOi enteed to Itomr
oni thet gangJ. Ern' iest 1Laniigst on fo r
aLttempljted assa,uilt wa senuItced t.
:3 years inl thle jbei tniary . (Cout
adjon ue Wedniesdayv. There was
not ai great deal of buiS.less Itt be(
to conlviets w~ho) werel woring ilf. at
sha(ip hir lown up bi >Iy dyaio, o
were Liin0ig charges of dlynai teI
wvhich went off and threi 1w them with
great force through the aie.
Shoes, Hats and
up-to-date line c
e State and we ar
is the largest we have ever ca
uths $2.50 to'$12.50, suits for
serge coats and extra pan
DRSE SI O E BRNND of clol
y's worth." Get your Spring :
We are sole agents for the cel
no introduction as everyone ki
sold for $3. We have them k
nd $5 for men.
$4 for women.
em in all styles both Shoes an
and $4 Walkover Shoes sold
ice in the world because they a
ie of Shoes and Oxfords ever
Walkover and Zeigler.
to $2. Big line neckwcar and
id most up-to-date line at right
3, Chase City ui3 oa
[vinrg, H awes $88 1]
liorn on the chII1 inlstant to [
and irs. T,om1 13ates, ia (laughter.
lrs. itLH. \VattL, .i. R S. Po
ter, llis;es Ahni ('hoyto.:, Florent
Da vis, M ary P'arm i 11( I'Cihe AI,
erm.)il)Ve w aimong t le ftir an1
e!:liringi~ visitors to P'ichenis Sa1tu
y wh pi d thiiis '. flCiei pleam.
mu tch) timie, trUoubb-, uic rk a od worr
wais ' riu ired to g-t. onit a neOws)
peri. TheCir i~ cal . was hiLghly appreelo
a ted by the (Jtilee f''rce.
'I'h Menu I%eii C .d for the banqiet ai
the liawaitha Weodsdy niight w er
go t ten u p by I bis ofTice in ai bout liv
hours time. It was an anrduious joI
bu.w were1qul to the task. \Ilan
cuompi~limentI ury rema)irks weore pastsei
on01 the wvork, for whIich w WCre1 proud
W ie (d. na0 goodu wvork asl anyl oflice anid
about as go ick, and cheaperJC that
The ladies of the town wvho comU
pose the Civic Trague halieve thal
'cleanliness isa next to godlineus'" an
have started out to cle'an up the
town; they have had se(ver6l b irreb
painted a bright hue, which they will
put in front of the pIlaces (of business
with t.he requlest t.hat all litter,
o4wvepings and trash be0 tO
therein, antd they will
manyor to have this g
as- oftn (a necessU'~ I1r
tended I y themi to ma.
erI ioade aigit 2, t he un
the baPck has ai roundia the
see if they canlout get.
Idheap s Ih Id ii n , in I
t in t enil n \a re-l e~ . d i l h a l
1 r$ t u oI heing lih to lo h 1 ug
aV lin is vii be (elnoh- I I
huald ti hey vilke inLO be-m jIt
sightow. \~ nesadta
Gents' Furnishing G(
)f clothing and gent
prepared to prove wl
rried suits for children
men $3.50 to $25. Big
ts, all sizes and all
ling and you will al
wit while you can be
ebrated Hawes $3.00
lows that it is far bet- C 1
both soft and stiff in
than any other two Pati
re the best made at the
;hown in Pickens, take
everything in Gents'
gies, Iron King Stove
_ats, Boyden, Waikov
( 1000 (
- Of Soda Water wecre s
Soda Fountain last. Sa
D)ay, and1 all the Ice Ci
mnake, ab)out i2 gallon
that means some~thingr.
and you will know the
-\We certally appreJci
)ods. We can
iat we say.
s, New I Ione
e- and Zeigler
tur day, Old Soldier 's
eamn we had time( to
s. This is a record1
Visit ourl Fo~untain
ate voorl tr:,,l.