a Local and Personal
I. M Manuldinare at
. this week.
Mrs W. T. McFall is visiting her
siste~r at Kingstres.
Mrs. "T. B. Higgins, of Easley, vis
ited relatives in Pickens last week.
B A Hagood and family have ar
rived ira Pickens for the summie r.
The singing at Mt. Tahor will take
place the second Sunday in July.
Mrs, Jeremiah Looper is reported
very ill, but her numerous friends
hope she may soon be up again.
Dr. E. C. West, wife arid daugh.
ter, of Atlanta, are on a visit to Mr-s.
E. B. Webb.
Miss Lula Hickle left last week for
IA acon, Ga., where she goes to enter
a business college.
Lloyd H. (randy, who graduated
in civil engineering at the Umiversity
of Geergia last week, is now with- his
parents in Pickens.
Misses Maud Hlunicutt and Paula
Taylor, of Seneca, visited Miss Eunice
Bright, at Maynard, last week.
The Liberty Township Singing as
sociation will moot with Zion church,
three miles south of Eaisley, on the
first Sunday in July.
The Clemson College professors
will bold a farmers' institute at Lib..
rty, July 2. commencing at 9 a. mn.
ho rneostly invited to
o that they will not
y3 - r for the present.
o cribers who have
n em with butter
Ii and govern them
o - ... By order of J. B.
gm Mgr. Poultry Dept.
A Solid Car of C
A Solid Car of A
ated nicest finish
g Vehicle mad e
.e before buying.
.Iso just received
I a car of furnitui
thing, Shoes, HE
cialty. Sole ager
Ygies, Iron King S
we $3 Hats, Bo)
all for Butterick
The six-vaor-old chiild cf Mr. an
Mrs. Sparta Childs died on the 21t
inst. and was buried at Griffin chure
the day following its death.
Died, on the 23d inst., the infar
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Medlit
aged 3 weeks and 1 day. It die
very suddenly, and was soemingl
well not five minutes before it passe
Dear, sIeet babe, thou art gone;
.Whbile 'tin nature for us to mouru
We'll meet ob that beautiful shor
And dwevll together evermore.
Miss Gussie Hubbard's music clas
gave a recital last Friday night a
the residence of T. L. hyiena, whic
was greatly enjoyed by those wh
were present. Misses luez Morri
and Ellen Lewis, the two graduatec
were given handsomne medals, th<
presentation of which was made b:
Hon. George S. L'gare, who made
great hit in his happy talk. Thea<
young ladies are through the seventl
grade in music, apd their names hav4
been put on the Roll of Honor ii
It will doubtless interest bundredi
of farmer readers to know that Prof
W. F. Massey, so long and so success
fully identified with the Practica
Farmer, has severed his connectior
with that paper, and will hereaftei
write regularly for The Progre'ssiv<
FL~armer, of Raleigh, N C. Certainl'
no man in S'>uthern agricultura
work has won a greater following~
than Prof. Massey, and as him
life work bas been in the S->uth, h<
will hereafter contribute only !<
Southern farm papora. His letteru
will appear in The Progrec'v Far
er each week.
Magistrate-"W~ hat! IDo-you men
to say your husband struck you, an
he that physical wrek?''
Mrs. Maloney-"Yis, yer honor
but lhe's only been a physical wrecl1
since he sthrnck me."-Pnnk.
hase City Buggies.
[itchell Wagons. 'I
ed most Idurable ai
for the money. To
a solid car of barbE
e, with prices righ
ts and Gents' Fui
Lts for Mitchell Wa
toves, New Home S
rden, Walkover an
The farnirs are gevtting, aong niac
IV witheir nerop. They a biusy
cutting' their graliu, Some of which is
, number of the young pe!ple of
d this conunity have been attending
y tho Comimuelceelient at Central this
[iM 'Jiss Minie ?' Faes and( hier bro
timr Will visited friends in this com
,0 OmityV last week and1( atlo att::nildd
0 the dauc enIIOICItenUt at Ucemson.
garet Ranzki onid daugh tr, of To'e
CBf coa a, andl .\fri. Anew hlamisay
hist week. uay
We have a flourishing Sna
school now at Long Branch.
Mrs. J, H. Lawrence and daugh
ter, Miss Carrie, left Thursday for
Georgia, where they will spend a
few weeks with friends and relatives.
I ___________ MAui..
Report he been made to the
Council by the Board of Health as to
- sanitary conditions in Pickens, and
in view of typhoid fever being pros.
out, all p)ersons will immezndiately take
due and necssnry precautions with
all surface water's, all drains, stables;
p riviesi, Iots, etc , cleaning up immo
diately, using lime and other disin.
feetants freelv. All decaving offal,
or anything that wvould1 breed d1icense
germs maust he immedC~ialtely treated
If this nmotico is diregarded, the
premI)isv's wi'l bei attended 1) by the
Council, and collection for some made(1
and fine imj'osed by the Council
within their diecretion.
Clean up your p)romises imnmedi
ately and save sickness and trouble.
B. B. LA BUoN, Mayor,
R. Rl. RIOAnIK Olmr.
'hey are the best
ad lightest run
tke a look at our
4d wire and nails.
vnishing Goods a
gons, Chase City
d Zeigler Shoes.
Of Soda Water w<
Soda Fountain la
Day, and all the Ii
make, about 1 2 g
that means somet
and you will kniov
/ ~ We certaily aj:
CAnnI o, TH'ANK.-We return our~
profound and heartfelt .,thanks to
the many gen .rous and noblefred
wvho so heat -ily manifeBled their
sympathy on I *e occasion of the sick
nees and deati. of our be!oved child.
Mr. and AlM. . [5. McL eskey.
Fan--"I. wasn't expecting to biei
called on to say any3thinlg, you know,
and when the president of the clu 01
asked me to make a few remarks I a'
just wvent all to pieces."
Nellio--"You renmmber I told you (.
th1ose buttons on the back of your j
waist wouldn't stand the slightest.
train, don't you?"-Chicalgo Herald.
~re served from our new
~t Saturday, Old Soldier's
~e Cream we had time to
allons. 'Hus is a record
~ing. Visit our Fountain
~' the reason why.
ipreciate your trade vcry
~ Drug Co.
Knew It by Heart.
"Do you think YOU could learn to
)VO me?" the young man iliqwred,
"Loam to Jove youl" exclaimed the
nptui'oue niaid. "Ilaroki, F couhi
ivo lei*~ori~ at iL--EJudgo.
lot ice of Final Settlement and Discharge.
r1)'j>~( j.~ i. licacI~y I 'viii
\ p fYj~QI~ thn"~
ialo. *kPl.ljWLLio:1 10 J. B. Ne~vbory
j~'i*. .JI i(lgc Of l'lOInit(' for PiOkdnK
flhiiiLv, iii 11w xtgite of South Carolina,
II t 110 2511i duLy of .J u I y I 1)07, ziL ii
chuck iii the foronooz1, or ~IM s'ouj t here
rtLl .IH 1,10(1 fll)pliCfLtiOIl CQU 1)(j Iii'itril.
)F loave to JIULICO fizial ilCLLIoniczit of the'
utate of J. U. WilliatmI 'tad to O1)t11111
iuwharge na EXecutrix oX H~t id (?~tate.
Sarah A. WiIliazuu~
~no ~7, 1907t4
All Who ('WO 1110 J)ICiLNC
flinch troti Il~ for ma to g~
I around to collect, especially 1JIOH(
Itle meat l~ihl~, ~O J)Iease COllie and set
and oblige. J. P. MOOUP. *~
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