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was inSA Pickens Li Thursaye cmehit
up toe firec Fhriday. t iso
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upg t isc ie anew panto hhiso
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ine hiantdi ing Pickes an Satur
dthe 1ist. prre to teyour
phtorp infth earyi bridgtye of
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gall otDs Bucae-o . Conider
wi. eenaedro harotguna
tinmen oficena bye unden he ro.
m.Te publi irecordiallrbyite.
Sweeat tixe oice d pegfr qthis
D. B. Tooper,htgrpe,.ilb
phtora. in the Lodge baes stleted
hirt on forg the datig earan
Ail ll on purhaed frondaynider
ini.Taneaenranedilfree vefach ange.
aferwilbeto himaes ener
taiinnt ivnay te chren. ofhio
m The. pubices anyrhingy hvie,
wetie Pils 2proier tost
E HEAR a lot of tall
has ever felt it, 9j
to pers everybody de
Our October and Noi
years. The reason of thh
Goods bought right sell V
Look out for Decemb
for this moith. We-are I
prices for December that
We will not carry any of
bargains ws are offering I
ing Goods. Just received
Flannels, and Blankets.
your winter goods now am
Big stock of Furnitur
Don't forget that we
will do it. YOURS*
ts' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
es, The International Tailoring
Come to the poultry shiow and
bring some exhibits.
Durkee's Salad dressipg 8 oz ,bot
des 85c at D. B. Coopers.
The Pickens Chapter U. D. C. will
meet ,at the home of the president,
Friday, at 3 p. m,
We are requested to state that there
will be prenching at Secona chureb
on the first Saturday and Sunday in
18 lbs granulated sugar for $1.00 at
D. B. Cooper's.
The bazqar, Friday night, for the
benefit of the school, was well attend
ed and greatly enjoyed. 'The supper
was nicely preparted and well served,
and the patrons of the fish-pond, in
place of getting bites, were bit.
Call gnd inspect H. Snider's line of
newv jewelry, cut glass, and silver, all of
whichi are suitable for Christmas pnes
L. C. Thornley has lost his gold
watch charm locket. It has his ini
tials cut in English pen text letters
and picture of his wife and baby in
side of it. Return to him or to this
office and get reward.
Magistrate J. M. Jameson, of Eas
ley, was in town Tuesday and called
at this office to cast bis votes ins the
contest. Mr. Jameson ja patrinetic,
and says it's Easley againi., 1he world.
But we are always glad 'to welcorne
him at the Hub.
8 lbs good parched coffen for $1.00 at
D. B Cooper's.
The mbrchants of the town and es
pecially the ekrks, will appreciate
your coming in early to do your trad
ing. This e~oneideration) should be
shown the business people for they
want to give you faithful ssrvice but
cannot do so with the store fid; of~
per ple and each one clamor ig to
be waited, on at once. Ba considerate
for once and shop early and avoid the
rush, and have better stocks to aelect~
k of hard timei but we don't believe tha
he farmer is too prosperous and when ti
ember 'trade has far exceeded any tri
i is; wp buy the very' best merchand.ise ai
yr. We haven't had any cold weather ye
imedfor it-and can fix you for it, and we 1
will close nearly otr entire stock of Win
it through the winter if low prices tvill m
n Clothing, Shoes, Overcoats. Hats and (
I another big shipment of Dress Goods,
Don't put off shopping till our stock is bi
id avoid the rush.
e, Stoves, Hardware, Turn Plows, Buggie
Ire going to niake thi iornth a himmer
. Sole agents for Iron King St
Co's line of Clothing, the best
Rev D D Jones, left last week
f ,r his new home, the West Easley
circuit. We -m-mmend him to the
charge as a conbecrated' woter.
Rev. N. G. Ballenger bati moved to
Pickens circuit where he will find a
cordial welcome in the hearts and
homes of his pariAbioners.
i#1~.500 stock of Dry Goods
and Notions lor sale at c'st at the
T. D. Harris stan~d for the next 30
days. H. P. M ART'IN.
Married at Caleechie on Dec. 1st
at 'Squire Williams' residence, Mr.
Julius* Gilstrap to Missw Mattie Press
ley, of Liberty, Route 2. The young
couple have the best 'wiebes of their
Gov. Ane thas appointed Miles
Allgood constat4e for Pickens county
under the Catrey'-C~tb ran act. Hand
lers of the forbidden juice had better
keep their weather eye open, for
Miles is wide-awake aLnd will be sure
to catch them napping.
Toys, fireworke anid fruits at Cooper's.
Don't forget the Poultry Show.
(iet sour entries in u.n time. Hend
f..r catalogne and see thu Ji t iof prizes
offered. See what the Pickens coun
ty Fasir oifiers in. connection with the
poultry show 1Ht1, o, Io ma.ke these
gala days in it~k-,iz. youi will
never regret the Utu spenit bere.
At the regular cnmmunication of
Keowee Lodge, held last Saturday
night, the following oflicers were
elected: A. M. MorriH, WV. M' ; R. R.
Roark. 8. W'; F". E. Cmx, J. W.; RI T.
Hallum, eec; J. E. Parsons, Treais.
At the installation the tyler, jmnior
and senior deacons and stewards will
be, appointed. Thke installation ex
ercies will take placo at 8 p. m.
Monday night, the 23d, in the Ma
sonic Temple', afcer wvhichi a supper
will be served to the members of the
Lodge, their wives, daughters and
friends. Au enjoyable time is
t this country
e farmer pros
de of previous
id buy it right,
it but look out
ter Goods out.
ove it. See the
-oken but buy
s; Surries and
uid our prices
oves, New Home Sewing Machii
tailoring concern in the world.
Send in something to put in the
fair - corn, oats, peas-anything you
may happen to have. .
Thomas Garrett, aged 65 years,
died at his home in the Six Mile sec
tion on the 16th inst. from cancer.
Several fanciers from outside the
county and state have fine birds ont
exhibitin here. i
I will sell at auction at Mrs. M1. M.
Craig's piace on the 27th instant, 3
hiorses nIed 3 mules. All good site,
goo'd weight and good workers.
D. C. Mills.
Tb~ F'arm: rh' Unb' ., which meets
in Pj cn on the 20th, wvill hold this
tession, ina the Masonic hall, the court
hiouse being in use by the Poultry
assotciat~ion and filled with as fine a
lot of birns as can be found anywhere.
BE-ause of a scarlet fever case at
ber boatrding place Miss Gussie Hub
1ard eft S~aturday for her home in
IAnderson. She may return later; in
the meantime her column is left too
the tender nmercies of the office force.
It will not b.. "gathered" much but
rather have to be "tucked" out of
Bight unless some of our lady friends
will come to the rescue of this ovs r
On account of several of our sub
scribers asking for more time in
which to get their baby's picture en
tered in the baby show we have (16
cided to extend the time of closing
the show until [February 1st, and ask
all who are interested to hurry up
with their photos. N. D. Taylor,
[photographer, will be here on Fr'iday
and Saturday the 20th and 21st inst.
prepared to take your pictures, Hei
will be it his Pickons studio everyi
Saturday until the closing of the con
.If holhiday gifts express sentimentj
jewelry is the thing to give. I have<
a full line of quality as weoll as quan. t
tity. In this lot you will find cut E
glass and silver for the bride and the
housewvife. . nide.
ies, Hawes $3 Hats, Boyden,
The babies' pictures do not appear
this week because we have not r.'
cived them from the house that is
making them. They have played na
raise again this week. We intend
abanging houses, and will try to give
each week a couple of beauties up to
31ose of contest, Feb 1, 1908.
Fountain pens for business people
wd jewelry for every body..
WVe call your attention to the ad. of
FI. Enidel in this issue, who is offering
is entire rbtock of high grade clothing
Lt 336 per cent. discount. -'This is a
~hance for you to get good new stuff
it one-third off the price. If youa
wvant clothiug, now, or for future nui,
to there and you will get first-class,
g )ode and polite treatment.
You will find lockets and chaice of
>eautiful desigr', also many new and
dd patterns in the ever popula.r ".
set ringe t, U. Spie'..
'Ibe Fargmers' Ulniona asked fue Ziw;
ise of the courthouse after the y ai.
ry show had gotten it, so W. B Al)
ood has taken upon himself toh -
~ange for this meeting to be heM~ in
he Masonic Ifail. All mnemb~ers .'
be Union will govern tnormselves
ccordingly and go to the hall when
bie hour arrives for their assemb~ling.
Bracelets, bracelets in sty'o.q 'ui
izes to duit every girl and. JI',y no,.5
>rices to suit all purses ah U, Sua.
To Save Time,
".Jedge," said the-eolored priamer,
'is I expected ter tell do truth'?'
"Why, of couroe you tare,"
"WVel,. den, des go erhead an' noP
ence me first!"-[Atmanta CoM'i
The Auditor willI begin to tuckw retLurns
or fiscal year 1908, onJa,., airy Iet a r 4
ontmnue till February 20 withiout pen n 1.
y' after whlich time 50 per centt will ha
.dded as prescribed bay liaw.
N. A. (1flSI s OPHIcyl,