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A. J. Boggs, who has been siend
g a week at Calhoun, lookiug after
la interests at that point, returned
t Pickens, Tuesday.
J. A Knox, of Easley, attended the
Imeeting of the stockholders of the
Voight, 2 miles north of Easley.-tf
FOR SALE.-A tine farm three
miles south of Pickens containing 70
The Jason Gillespie Home in West
Eid. ures. See J. McD. Bruce,
hich was greatly enjoyed
were present was that
aturday by Mrs. Browning,
r Fairview church. Those who
attended speak in the highest terms
of the pleasure afforded.
- A reunion of the children and
grand-cbildren of Mrs. E. J,Robin
son was held at the residence of B. H.
WilianiF, at Cedar Rock, Saturday.
A large crowd was present and an
enjoyable day was spent.
The Westminster correspondent to
the Keowee Courier: Mrs. M. P.
Singleton returned yesterday from a
visit to Pickens.--Miss Carrie
hiu tins, of Liberty, visited the fnm
ily of . H. Moore last Friday.
F. A. Lewis informs us that "The
Hub" is in line for more improie
ments in the near future. J. Bennett
Hill has recently purchased a build
ng lot and is now laying down the
terial for a handsome and commo
di. residence.-Keowee Courier.
Connetoss correspondent to the
Keowee ourier: Miss Lola Smith,
of Central, is visiting Miss Selma and
Vesta Marett this week.--Prof. Me
D. laker, of Pickens, a graduite of
the Sch.ol of Music, of Dayton, Va.,
will begin teching a two-weeks'sing.
ing school at. Conneross . Bauntist
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Whitmire.- -Frank Cauley, of Pick
ens, accompanied by his daughter,
Miss Nora, visited the bomne of his
daughter, Mrs.. W. M. Blarron, the
latter part of lust wveek. .Mr. Cauley
returned home Monday. Miss Nora
will ope'nd ai month wvith her sister.
--Henry Patterson has returned
,home to Pickens after a wveek's visit to
relatives and friende.-Tom Crow,
of Lberty, is spending this week with
his cousin, Andrew Cash.
What a great difference in the
meaning of a sentence a misplaced
comma can make! Take, the follow
ing, for example:
"James, my husband is a very
"James, my husband, is a vcry
The following bit of perverse
punctuation was perpetrated by ar
English compositor. What the au
thor meant to say can be ascribed by~
a ,rearrangoment of the punctuation
"Caesar entered on his head; his
helmet on his feet; armed sandah
upon his brow; there was a cloud ir
his right hand; his faithful sword
in his eye; an angry glare saying
nothing, he .'at. down."
Dtibley-It's too bad the average
man can't be sfltisfied with ai good liv
lng and1( not he forever hiungering for
WVise-The average man is satisltied
with a good liv'ing. The trouble is is
idea of a good living grows with his
Cie1(eAanl Plaiin healer.
Always speak a good word for the
dead and how and then one for the
living when you have timo.--Missourl
IN TH - B
Business will push itself but i
Business. You are after t
No shop-worn goods to
hIpZ and going at prices tha
NM on's or Boys' ]
Going at $1.25, $150, $1
Pair a trade winner.
Work shirts at your own p
All plain and flowered law
while the 6c grade goes at 5
So it goes alon
W. E. Frei
Don't forget that we pay hio
produce, either cash or trade
FOR YOUNG MEN
lIn the Garden spo
Beautiful scenery. Invigoraiting at
Careful attention to need. of stuil
colleues. Terms very reasounabe.
FALL TERM 0
S 'alogue or informatiou, addre
W, H. WOO[
Among them are the reco
Clocks with weights, whiic
And a new line of SILV.
Silver WATCHES. A nice
glasses to fit eyes. All kindi
HI. SNIDER, ..
IT. A. IE
can run throue
n the dull season we must pus
)argins and we want your trad(
work off. Everything new an
t will catch you if you call on u
Lot Just Receive<
.65, $1,75 and $2.00. Ever
n 5c straight marked down to 4
g the line at
-hest market prices for count:
AND YOUNC WOMEN.
of the "ll d of the Sky,"
inate. Competi lit T*alichers,
itk;. Prepares for Sophomre clvs in Ib
PENS AMU ST 19.
cUav-ce, Nr%. C.
a good line of
C K S
rnmendaible old style Seth Thomias
h I amn selling at speciail bargainis.
ERWARE. Also solid( G.ld and
lins of Spectacles; 1 guararntee
s of repair work in the~ jewelry line.
- Easley, S. 0.
E AND COUNTRY PRODUC
~G ON EARTH
h it, ndie
r t k it
h Ten or 15 years ago it
. deal of labor to cultivate
d crops. 'Labor becoming
high farmers were compel
proved implements to sav<
pense in cultivating and
crops. Instead of three ox
to one mule, we often se
mules to one hoe hand.
labor at the washtub? V
C, ditions with the housekee
serious as they were w
The wife needs a good w
just as badly as the husb
cultivators, mowers, rakes
chines, etc. Your wife w
ter meals, will give you
will give you cleaner clot]
purchase for her one of oi
chines that we guarantee
You wont have to get up
go from house to house tli
till the middle of the mc
find some one to do the
Trv one of these machin(
Y always think kindly of us
to buy one.
At CGreatly -
Now is your time to get
ahmuost your owi
. The COlot
- Chartered Unider the Laws of
Gen. TIreasurer. W.. ) ~ilk, Gent. Secretary.
Th'Ie Carolina .itu-il i an TYomie InstittionI and (
men~it have lweno arrian with'i~ speciat reference o h
t ion of Iits oil icy hiol drs.
Chptr hav1e beenz orgniized in Greenville, A
huarg and Cheirokee coun lt leS. Thek( Andelrsloni Chap
| hpesare growing ver1y fiast. One thousand ni
All healthy whieie Peopl~e from 15 to (60 yearsa of ag~
'~IEntrance fee: 15i to .10 yea rs of age *4, 80 to 40t $5
~ sssment at (deathi $41.13. Any a pplicant for men:
Chi ipter hie or she0 desires to b)e placed in.
W. P'. IHicks., Slereta ry GTreenville (Jhtpteor: J.(
(Chapter; R. J. Dant, Secretarv Spartanhurg Chap
C ii-rokee Cha pt er.
Tis ~ i Isim bou tely n H~o:-no' Inst ittion. Why insi
have a better andI chleapier inistitution at, your own
Th Ple mioney to pay e'ach dleathi claim is always on
,im the county w~here thet ChapIter is located. Coukm
required a great
and hatvest the
so ,scarce and
led to buy im
7 labor ahd ex
four hoe hands
e two or three
What about the
Ve find the con
per are, just as
ith the farmer.
ind needed the
1, shredding ma
ill cook you bet
ies, if you will
uir washing ma
to do the work.
before day and
rough the dew
rining trying to
,s and you will
for inducing you
choice hats at
ice-Presictent; II. J. Southern,
til the detils of its manage..
the con venience and protee
nderson., G reenw~ood, Spartau
er is nearly full, and the other
)embelIrs constitute al Chaipter.
0 aIre eligible to membersh1ip).
, -1 to 50 $6, r50 to 00 $'7; n.
ibiershaip can designate which
I ayne', Mecretary Antder son
ter; W. M. Austell, Secretaui
ire in other states when yout
hand and de0posited in a ban.k
1 any place 1he safer?