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HapDenings of a Local and Personal
MAis Bertha Loug of Anderson, is
spending the summer in Pickens
Mes Ola McFall, who bas been
Attending Latider College, is at home
for the vacations
Little "Fannie," the v'ery iterest
ing .child of Mr. and- Mrs. D) 1.
Fieney, has been quite siek for eev
Lost, a small gold medaAl on Main
or Pecndleton street, with the- name
of Eleanor Knight engraved on back.
Reward if returned to Craig Bfros.
Miss Gussie Cure',on. who has
been attending Win~throp College, is
spending her vacation in Pickens
with her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Cureton
nd children, of Creer, spent a por
tion of last week in Iekens, the
guests of Mr. C.'s mother and cther
Miss Anna Hill, of ,the fMaynard
section, who has been sick some time
with neuralgia of the stomnaeh, is re
ported as being worse.
The young ladies of Plickene and
vicinity, who have been off at col
lege, have arrived at home and social
life in I town is taking on
And girl graduate, all
1ecked and covered with
nuoce raty, is again abroad
the . are playing havoc
*th El 'the young men.
Misi Cva and Jlosie Earle
att *., cormmencemienit ex
aos at Clemson College. lFromn
e they go to A nd(er'son) to attend
arriago of their consin, Claude
a, and Miss Nita Sullivan. After
asing this happy event they will
latives at B3olton for a few days.
A Solid Car of <
A Solid Car of I
nted nicest finis]
ig Vehicle mad<
le before buying.
)thing, Shoes, 11
3cLalty. Sole age
ggies, Iron King I
we $3 Hats, Bo
lall for Butterick
There will be an all day sing
at Praters Creek church on the
Sunday in -June. Everyboly invi
to cumo and bring * * and * *.
Rev. J. F. Anderson, who
been assisting Rev. D. D. Jones
his Ineeting, was called ho'me I
Saturday on account of the illnest
his wife. Mr. Jones, will conti
the services this week, doing
There ill be an all day siig
Pleasant Hill church the first Sum
in Juty. Everybody is cordlially
vited to attend and bring your at
books and plenty ->f the "loaves
fishes" to sate the hungry mnultitu
There wvill be a ministerial coni
enc held at Salem Baptist chni
on Saturday' before the fifth Sun<
in J-une. All preachere of the Twe
Mile River association are urged
be present and likewise the deacol
All lovers of good miusic are,1
requested to be present on Sundi
The Greer bell team plaped agaii
Pickaens last Thursday evening~ oni
Pickens diamond. It was a prol
game all the way throuigh-one
the nicest, smoothest games c
boys have ever been in. By an era
of otie of our boys the score stood
to 3 in favor of the visiting team.
shows that our boys can play sol
ball when they can hol a ga:
down like this, especially taking i
consideration' the fact that out of
games played by the Greer tei
they have lost only t wo.
Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, widow of I
lato Dr. David Bell, (lied Friday nlig
at the home of her broth<.r, A.
Cureton,, in Greenville, fromt an
.ness lasting several mlonthsa, at. I
ripe age of 89 years. She was a
ter of the late D~r. JI. D. Cureton,
Pickens. Of the immediate ferm
her brother, Mr. A. H Oureton,
the only surviving relative. H]
remains weore interred in Gr'eenvil
at Sprinugwood cemetery on Saturd
evening at 5 o'clook.
Dhase City BuggieE
ied most durable a
3 tor the money. T
ats and Gents' Fu
nts for Mitchell W
3toves, New Home (
yden, Walkover a,
ing Miss Floride aev of (Convers
3d College i,4 spending her vacationi
Paul Lawrence a Jomenrited1 colore<
has citizen of PickIns, was cUrried to G:
in lumbia last Saturday and placed i
nat the State Hoapitel.
of Misses Nellie Grandy and Eile e
Taylor of the Greenville Female Co:
the are spending their vacation il
at Quite a wind storm accomnpanie<
lay by hail was reported itn the Mica set
j1- Lion Sunday.
gMr. W. I. Gravloy auccompanied b;
de. lhis dlaughiters Misses 8ula an:
Esther, two " insome young ladies
r-graced our sanctum Monday.
Rev. J. C. Parrott of Cobutta, Ga.
vwho hasR been to Lb reunion at Rich
to mond, Via., stopped over on his re
turn home to visit relatives in thil
.re county. He came in Monday evening
v.and went out wvith W. I. Gravley,wh<
was here to meet him.
ist Prof. Hoenshel of Dayton, Va.
he principal of the Shenandoah Collegi
sty ate institute, will 'lecture in thb
of Pickens Baptist church on the nigh
ur of the 21st instant. His subject wvil
Sbe Jerusalem-The Holy [anid. Ad
missiion 15c an~d .25e.
nMrs Joseph L. Looper of the Mioi
section ireotd as beig 'ery ii
to and( not much .hope is entertaineod foi
22 her recovery. Drs. Ponder auiJ
SBlack are attendi ng M1rs. Looper and
doing all that is known to medica
scieceJC for her relief.
he S ee change of ad of D. B Cooper'
He.1-( talks farcts and quotes some very~
.low pnices on staple goods. Mr
lCooper is a now comner to P.encis Uz
is a line citizen and a mighty nici
nan~ to) deal with. Ho carries,- a niet
stock ofr goods anid is entitled to a lib.
e ral shaure of your patronage. If' you
isl on1ce trade with him you will neve]
er reogret your purchase. Mr. Cooper
le, has in his store a $G0 range which h(
'3y will give away on the 4th of July aib
solutely free. See him about it,
'hey are the best
.nd . lightest run
'ake a look at our
rnishing Goods a
tgons, Chase City
id Zeigler Shoes,
make, about 12
adyou will kno
WVe certaily a
- Misses Cecil, Pesarla and Edna
Hestey of Winthrop) College are
spending their vacation with their
parents, Mr. andi Urs. R. A. H~ester
,of Piecens, Rouite 2
I Misses Lilio andc Viola Gilstrap,
I who has been alttenidinig Landler Col
I logo at Greenwood atre spending their
vacation with their parentes Mir. anid
Mrs. Elisha Gilsitrap, of P.ickens, RI.
P. F.). 1.
Messrs I olger, TJhornley & (Co.,
are great believers in printers' ink,
mnoro so than everp'since they have
decided to change their ads often and
specializo on their goods. They say
that since they have adopted this
policy that their sales have increased
over 50 por cent this year over last
year. 'l'hi week they talk Chase
City buggies and Mitchell WVagons,
which they buy in carload lots.
rere served from our new
ist Saturday, Old So]dier's
[cc Cream we had time to
~aIlons. This is a record
hing. Visit our Fountain
w the reason why.
ppreciate your trade very
s Drug Co.
I)ouglan Young ban gone to Oreer
to accept ~ positioji with the High.
laud Dreg Co.
Miss Mnk~ Boggi~ of tho Green
ville Female College iH m4pu2ding her
vacatioji wiLl: her folkn in I 'ickons.
Mm. D. B. Linnoy han PrL~RefiLod
tho editor with tin ample nho~m of the
tiii~~t. Cad largont flow l)otatoeR we
uavo MUOfl thiif HCft'~or,. 1). B. i~i ~
It itchen as wll a~ lamIdscaj)O gardener
from '~vay back.
'IV. 0. NevilIc, prcsidcnit uf time
Prosbytoriami Co1le~~o at (limilon, S.
C., died SU(1(lCflly ef heart. disen~o or'
Suiturday at his hommie iii ('limiton.
lie was a native of 'IVnlhalIa tmd Wflt4
a graduate of Adgor College. Ho iO
survived by bin wife who ~~',in
Virginia Aikon, a damigimler of the
late fl. Wyatt Aikomi, and eight