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For 8 years w<
specialty and we
that we carry th
up-to-date line ii
are buying the lIE
history of our bus
largest stock of
this town. It w(
we have The I
line of samples
measure 1or a sui
ing a fi: and sat
made by The In
every judge of p
be the best tailor
Besides being se
tLe suit they are
make in style, fit
Chase City buggies, ]
and Zeigler Shoes.
Happenings of a Local and Personal
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Bu(Ier
Roper, on the 10th, a son.
Ithbamer Kay, who vas been sickI
with tever for several days, seems to
There will be an all-day singing
at Mt. Carmel Baptist church the
fourth Sunday in this month. A U
lovers arnd professors of music are
invited to attend.
W. E. Edens Jr' has bought the
old T.Lable Rock hotel property, and
will erect a new up-to date hotel and
be ready for next summer's business.
The niew hotel will be erected on the
spot where the old one now stands.
Msyor E. P. Mc~ravy, of Easley,
was in Pickens, Tuesday, to
hand to Mrs. 0. H. Alexander, a
check for $2,500, being in payment
of a policy Mr. Alexander had in the
Prudential Insurance Co. Mr. Mc
Cravy is local agent of this company.
A fox hunt Friday night was the
source of much merriment and ex
citemnent to the poople of Pickons.
'The chase began on the north side
of town beyond Logare's park. Then
the yelping of dogs and the clatter
of horses' hoofs, mingled with the
cries of their riders, told that the
hunters were on the principal street
of the town. It was5 anf inspir'iting
sight to see the hntnters coming at!
full sp)eed down Main o .:
the gas lights, and it w~ as noe
before the noise diod a yi
west side of town, whnco tL a
terminated. The boili
led by Congressman Logaro and
have made this lii
can say without boat
e best, largest and j
ri Pickehs County.
Lrgest Fall stock in
iness. We will hav
Clothing ever show
can't fit you out of s
and we can take
t o ovei coat, guaral
isfaction. If your si
ternational it is rig]
ood clothes knows
iig concern in the w
veral dollars cheap(
far superior to any <
Hats aind Gents' Fu
[ron Ki!g stoves, N<
3e Crenshaw is reported seri.
ill with typhoid fever.
rorn, to Rev. and Mrs. B. F
Murpliree, on the 9th inst., a son.
Drew Attaway has finiebed his res
idence and has moved his mothet
Rev. Ben Hfolder, on Sunday,
joined in wvedlock WVm. Hill, Jr., t(
Essie Bowen): both colored.
R~ev. B. Holder is an excellent
farmier as wvell as a minister and be.
tieves in an abundance of big corn ini
the .crib at home. l[e has recently
exhbited at this office a specimen of
his improved variety of corn which
was hard to beat.
Mrs. Laura Mauldin, wife of 3.
sam Mauldin, of the Bethlehem see.
tion, died on Sunday morning the
6th inntant and was buried at Zioni
burying ground the day following her
death, Rev. Powers conducting the
services. She leaves a husband and
three small children besides numnerous
friends and relatives who deeply
mourn her depar ture.
3. D. Meaders, of the Easlvey ie,
had his wvell house burned up last
week and had hard work to sawVI his
d welling. Built over the well was a
long room wvhich was used fir vail
Duis p)Urpoes--can nery, storage ro: 1n
for clothes, ironing room, and at t he
time of the fire wvas b-iug u-md' in
the latter capacity, a koroitne .aot'
being used for heating t~he ir ,ni:;
The oil ran low in tho stove, ad
when undertaking to fill it ihby lamnp
exIploded and et fire to the room,and
and winter clothing,
linked away there, only
:ito the flames, and they
iVfrom a water supply.
.e .,ork and getting some
water out of a stationary engine in
the yard they subdued the flame.
ie a I
iit is (ot
it to B0
H 0 Zeig
rnishing Goods at spei
nV Hon-e sewing m1c
Atticus Hagood Daguall, Esq., of
Anderson, was in Pickens last week
lookiug lIUe politiCal situation in the
face. Mr, Dagnall has announced
-that he wvill be in the race for solic
itor for this district and came up to
feel of the pulse of the Pickens peo.
pie along that line. He i.s a spIon
did lawyer anid standsb well in An~ter
you and wvherover known in the dis
trict .and wvould make a good and
efficient official if elected.
Elsewhere will be found a letter
from Hon. Wyutt Aiken relative to
the rural routes in this couuty, and
especially those leading out from
Pickens. The patrons of these routes
should do all they can to make them
sustaining. It is mighty nice to step
to your box every day and get your
mail--it beats the old waly of going
to the country postoffice once or twice
a wveek fcr your mail. These routes
are great conveniereces and should be
jaustained. It will not do to go back
tothe old( plao1( or gettinj mil.
Th nii on and mi is it.-r's m'e.vf ing
will conivene with Fall Creek lkaptist
deorebi the fifth Saturiiday mi this
moienth, at. 10 o'clo< a. m. Iotrraduc..
tory armo'n by Rev. S. A. .lbant.
MIis~inary sermnon by Rev. B. 1'.
Mloore. A1.ll preachiers phei8 asollend1.
Wri11 anesay on any su hbject you
inny~ chloose Q.wlis Ii in bo open o n)i i
<htyL of me3. tig. T1.. 11. 8irewart,
"a, t ~Aim~- -] 32 b<i ise: ah boiler
ami 0-hose egim- ingood orderr,
I. a barhlgan, if takmt. at onceC. C. G.
Vo~ ight, 2 mnil us northi of Easley.-tf L
The Jason Gillespio Home in W~est
End. 3 acres. See 3. McD). Bruce.
Church-Did you ever try any of
these "close to nuature" methods? Glo
tham-Well, I've used a porous plas
terl--Yonke~rs Stattesman. .'
kRE TAKING T1]
IE BEST SHO]
3M5O, 4, 4.
den Shoes for $6
r ohom, adi, $20
tch for our
(Malty. Sole agen ts fo]
hines, IIawes $3 hat,
Are the best selli
the wvorldl. Ther
for it. They are
pri1ces are not toc
Per pound. Th
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'I litioil raltes for those8 wVho( are 11ithler
1st alid 2(1 Graides,
3(1 aiid 4t11 Grades,
5th aiid 6tlh Grades,
7ti ald S8lh Grades,
9)th aiid 10th Grades,
By order of T7""
lo, I L
3., 3.60 & 4.
goo aknd the
)R UG CO.
'I[ALL M, P., s.
3el1 it isi eniolled1 ol
in thle district, nor trane~hrro,! ,. e - .
81 .50 per monnIe~'
82.00 per monux
82 .50 per' monthi
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