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'4. ia en aned later, spent
last week. on a visit to hik brother
Mrs. .Georee B. Porter and ebil-.
dren, of Lexington, 8, C., are on a
visit to ther.family of- her father-in
law, Franhs Porter,, above. Piekens,
To Stewart, who lives in a part
of the J, L~. ltoon -blace, was -taken
en sddenly Ill Saturday.. The malady
is said fo be paralysis. When first
taken he bad to be hold on the bed,
*His friends hope for his ultimate re
.L. Rothschild, Greenville's popular
clothier, spent a part of -last week in
Pickens taking measures for 'fall
made-to-measureelothing, Mir. Roth.
ecshild runs a tailoring department
and makes. lots of Pickens people'e
clothing. That is why they are so
The cotton weigher's election was
held Saturday and resulted in 'the
election of T, O. Allgoo I for wveigher,
The folke said they preferred 'Squire
Bramlett to remsin as magistrate.
Several vaters were deprived of the
privilege of casting their pallot be
cause they had failed to register.
Lightning played some queer freal s
.Saturagy. It. setfiyre to a* pair of
pants on thy side' of an outbuilding
in Pickens; but did no damage to
the building. It struck the boxing
of RI. A. Brown's house on the east
side and split lt.up about five feet,
and on the west side of the house it
, and knocked off the ,plas~ering.. Noj
one was in Ltheroom at the time and
none of the fam11eremhur.. ' I
LJR Annual Clearance 'Sale
jfor the imminse Fall Sto<
Big reductions along all
tnient in all colors for women r
['he same discotunt will apply t<
weight trousers. Our cloting
r businnesss but we still have
Ate are sole agents for the Inte
heir samples always at our stoa
ng house in the world, and we
e here in a few days, and it wi~
We have just received a ned
in Lawus, Ogandies, Linen L
er wear, at all prices,
)on't forget that we have just
rs, car of Chase City Buggies
is, will make prices that are ri;
urniture when we can save yoi
we appreciate your busithess a
thing, Shoes, TH
cialty. Sole ager
~gies, Iron1I5ing S
we $3 Hat13, Boy
all for Butterick
D). Porter, a son of Smith Porter
fell from a barn loft on last Saturday
and broke his leg.
B, Crane, of\Atlanta, visited
tber, Mrs. Ann Crane, ani
3lttives in this cont,'lasi
'3erry looks as If his new 4om<
agreed with him. -
M~arried, Sunday- ,August 18th
1907 at the home of the bride's fath
or, Mr. Daniel Mc.Jun kin, Mr. Ernesi
Qisson to Miss Laura Mejunkin, E
F. Keith blagistrate, .offiiiating.
Miss Esther Carey returns to-daa
from P.ickens. She will be acdompa
nied by her cousin, Miss Floride Ca
rey, wvho will visit her in Seneca.
N. B. Carey caught a ten poundc
bluecat in the Keowee River out at
the ol home place the other day
---Miss Winnie Morgan,of Pickenm
visited home folk, Saturday and Sun.
Col E 4H.. Aull, of Newberry, at
tendled the meeting, of the K. of P.
in~ PickensjgTuesday. This was hii
fiest trig to our town and be erpress,
ed himelf as bting highly pleased.
He thought we werp sleeping on oui
rights by not having the town full of
Bummer visitors. Pickens has a
staunch advocate in the COolonel, and
his friend, J. A. Summerset, who ac.
comipanied him to Pickens. .There is
really, at this time, no political sig.
nificance in their visit to Picekens
James E Brown, one of the pro)s
perous and popular merchants of our
neighboring town of Cent ral, died on~
the night of the 13th inst. lHe had
been confined to his room for some
weeks and all that careful nuhrsinig
and medical skill could do fiik-d io
stay the band of duath. Though in
the prime of life he hadI for mauv~
identified with the pros.
growth of Central atnd
Id a large, abare of the
:eft a widow and several
children. His widow and his son,
Elbert H. -Brown, were mnade exec
utors of his wIll.'
,will begin July'26th and last till
:k we intend buying.
lines. 25 per cent discount on
riisses and children
> Summer clothing such as tw<
trade for the> Spring past has b
1 few light weight suits that yot
,rnational Tailoring Company's
re. They show the largest in
guarantee afit and perfect sal
i pay you to inspect the line be:
lot of waste goods, mercerize<
mns and Colored Organdies, a
eceived'a car load of barbed w
and surries and the largest car
ght. What is the use in paying
i that, buying as we do in car 1
nd will treat you right.
ts and Gents' F
LtS for Mitchell yW
toves, N6w Home
,den, Walkovel a
Pickous was lively Tuesday wit
Bowen Parsons, who has had a r
I lapse, is impioving.
J, E, PIarsons is suffering with
good case of "yaller janders,"
W, A. Thomis, who is con fined I
his room with fever, is reported a
not doirgso well.
Okd "Atuit Mary" Seyle, an old-tim
antc-iellumn darkey, died Siunday ani
Was buried at Secona, Monday,
Muarried on the 13th instant at th
residence of- Mack Gravely by W. B
. Chastain, Nrotary. Public, Warren I
. Edens and Mrs. Rachel Earle.
I All the members of Secona churc
are especially requested to attend th
nextchttroh meeting on Saturday b~
fore the first S unday in Septembhera
3o'clock. Busmness of im,'ortane
will be attended to. By orderc
B. Holder, Pastor.
The New Hope .correspondent t
the Seneca Journal says, H. D K~er
nemur, of P'ickene, is visiting friend
here this week.-Walter White, e
Pickens, visited at the home of hi
uncle, R. E. White, Sunday.--Beri
net Powers of Pickene,visited friend
Bolt & O., the uip-to-date drug~
gist., disi-ooIrsedr aiwes muii at theil
'to 11 o'clckc, The Stepl e is strinf
b and of seven pi~ces was lresent ard
furnishied the m)usic. TIhev will be
at I:olt & Co,'s again on Thuiirsda.:
night, 29th inst, TheIi public na cor
dlially in vijedi to caill andc hear the~
a citizen of this canty, but for the
1) l 13 yea rs a r<-siden t of Crosby,
Texs, is visiting friends and rolatives
in this county. The doctor, though
~gat'ng gray, holds his own romarka.
b)ly well, and is the same jovial, jolly
"b"as of yore, lie is in Pickens
to-day \and his friends are glad to
September Ist to make room
Oxfords*and we have a large
> piece suits, odd coats and
een the heaviest in the history
i can buy at a bargain.
line of clothing and you will
e of patterns and stylesof any
tisfaction- Our FALL samples
tore having your measure taken
I waistings, Batiste Noiusooks,
11 the latest satterns for, mid.
ire and nails, car of Mitchell
of Furniture ever shiyped to
r 10 to 15 per cent more for
fts. See us for anything you
EY & CO
Lrnishing Goods a
agons, Chase City
nd Zeigler Shoes.
a cannot b4
Unless you first cleanse yot
I good fine comb. We
I I oc to 5oc. Other
.A nice line of Tooth Brushi
- Call and evamine the;
are so sure that y<
wie wvill almos
the pri1Ce of what you want if y
i Yours to give satisfacl
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-There~ will be an all day Singing at
a Crow Creek lBaptist church on next
'f S mnday, thle 25th iiistant, conducted
a by Gordon, Pickens. Public invited:
-to come and bring dinner.p
FOR SALE --A flue faim three
miles south of P.ickens containing 70i
The Jason Gil'espie Home in West
End. 3 acres. See 3. McD). Bruce.
The Lib<-';y High Schodl will open
on September 2(d. '.The patrotns will I
Stake notice and apply to the trusteen
for certiiicates of admissioni, as they 1:
must comply with the State Vaccina- y
lion Laws, and no pupil can enter t
school without a certificate from the y
trustees. J. H. Brown,
Clerk of Board.
Liberty, Route 3.
Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Goude~lock A
were painfully but not seriously hurt v
by a runaway last week.1
It is the hope of the .many friends
'of Miss Lillie Borroughe that she will d
sufficently recover from her illness to
take up her school work.
r scap wit a?
iroveal ies adw
>u will be pleased that
t say that we will givre youi
ou Feel like going elsewhe.
-lallum, Ph. G., Manager.
The most enjoyable event of the
week was an ice cream party at Gates
chbool house, Friday evening, the
[6th instant. DIesj ite the ,threateg
ng weather a large crowd wan ptes.
I t. Short but interesting and
nsatructive addresses were delivaed~r
ay Supt. R. TP. Hallum and Mr. J. (.
larrett. Splendid music was rende.
d1 by the Pea Ridge string bandt
vhich consists of eight of our most
igh~t and intelligent young men c
his community. Only those wt
ave heard the boys can appreciat.
,hat they can do. The proceeds of
he evening, which amo~unted to $7 .)1
1ill be used for scho:>l implIrovemetfs.
Notiee to DeobtorS and Creditorg.
LL Pers'ons holding claims aga
the estate of the late Jameu )V,
~rown must present the same1 duly ;pon
en on or before the 1st (day of Octobau
907, or be debarred panyment; anid ,u.'
ersons mndebted to said estatfe, noun
inke payment on or before the above'
ate, to the undersigned.
Mrartha E. Brown.
Elbert H. Brown,