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Rap a > '' :. iocal and Personal
13. F. ParsoUs 14pent Sunday in
Vst and buy from Ho'der & Tap
lor, "1.'be Real Estate Poph."
. iC wheez. P1.1 mE z, cough and
apit; everybody you see has got he
Claud lj Thomason has been col
fiuedI to hiW roJi for !e01erl d y8
with the grip.
See Holder & Taylor and get de
scription of the clighws, Gceetr, John.
Bull naid P1aurisoali fart'ms.
Little R' eiii lnmnRan i1 ranoi t d
qui:e sick. It-te lt 'ti e-ro e f tn(i
hope she will sio I' be u.) again.
Ernest Folger is confined to his
bed with grip. [Lis mauiv frienda
rhope.to see him up again soon.'
Note Holder & Taylor's change in
ad. next week. They will offdr bar
gains in real estate that cannot be
Married, Jan. 19, at the residetice
of the officiating notary pubblic, A,
A. Jones, Lonnie Medlin and MI a
R T. Halluin, who has been quite
sick, in able to be up again, but his
entire family is quite sick, and one of
his children was reported danger
oul4y ill Sunday.
A note from N. D. Taylor, the
Eauley photographer, state.s that it
will be imipassible for him to be in
Pickens next Saturday. or succeding
Saturdays. This will be a great din
appointment to many.
By original methods. facts and ac.
curate descriptions, Holder & Taylor
are enabled toiltndle and sell prop.
erty better than any one ole in the
market. Their office is over the
Pickepts Drug Co. &e them
Little Mim I Emily Thornley, daugh.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry C
Thornley. wh has had a very severe
is rapidly recover
delight of her well
Is of her parints.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hallu o,'o
Liberty, R D. 3, are both very sick
Their sons, Dr. J. N. and Prof. R T.
bave been dividing time between their
p ,rents and their rt spective homes
until both are worn out from thei
The Children's Missionary society
of the Liberty Presbyterian churok
will give an entertainment in the
ausitoriumi of the graided schoo
bifiding, Friday evening, Jan. 26th
Public corduaally :nvited. Admiis
sion 10 and 15o.
V Married, at the Baptist patrsonaga
.u in Libert', on the 15th, Rev. P. F
k C rawford, offlolating, Thos. H. Arial
' of Naley, and Miss Mae Eloise Farr
of Pickene. Only a few friends aiti
\ the pastor's family witnessed the e- r
eng*zUy that made the couple one.
Samuel :Durham, the 18-year-oli
sen of Isaac A. Durham, a well
knoewn and prosperous farmer o
Pickien. county, was drowned a fey
days ince while attempting to orose
Mehsatch creek, near Elberton, Ga
The funeral services were held ii
Six Mile church, in the graveyard 0
*t:lch the body was laid to rest
TI. deceased was a young 'man.
Fmuch' promise, and the stricken fanm
fly have the heartfelt sympathy o:
Miss Alice Finney, who has beer
visiting the -family of her f ather, D
B. Finney, for the past six or sever
"weeks, returned to her home in At
lanta yesterday, where she will re
mnne her vocation of trained nurse
Whil, here Miss Alice combined busi
ness with pleasure, and her servicel
in heir special line were much sough
after try our people, who will eve
remember her gentle and skilli
ministrations to their sick and suffer
Sole rgents for M'tchell W
Walkover and Zeigler Shoi
You cannot do bettor Miian place
your real estate in tue hands of diol
der & Taylor. 'Ihev please both buyer J~
and sqller. Write foritheir description
of pr.'perties~ in .their hands.
You hear nothing but contest ontr
i Bides and everybody is working.:"
The persou that will take our "cut. t~
off" list~ antd work it out thoroughly i
can win. for his favorites, though
they bu among the low ones.
Dr. J. N HelIum, who says be is
sick enough to be under the care of
the doctor, Is staving up from force
.of habit and because he has to. His in
entire famimy are contined to their
beds, big children with the grip and al
his wife aiith tonsolitis and grip.
A A Cruel Inmcription. I
Atombstone unearthed during theI
Idemolition of the old churchyard of
JRadnorshlre bore a curiously unloving
"In Memorlam." Here it is: C
I plant t hese sbrubs upont your grave,
That domethlng on this spot may boast di
Shrube may wither ad an earth mu b
Shrubi may revive, but you, thankc :
heaven, wll not. 'a8
Wherit Ought toBe.
Cardinal Manning opee while in r
Rome sat to a celebrated sculptor who
Was an expert In phrenlology, and dur- h
ing .one of tho sittings they fell to dig
cussing the sculptor's hobby. "Tell
mue, then," said Cardinal Manning at
last, "whiere is the seat of conscience?"
The sculptor strode across the studio a
and, indieating a spot on the cardinal's e<C
[; bead, "That's where it ought to bef
,he grimly sald.-London Bellman. It
olid car of Chairs-iooo heavy straight chair
ever brought to Pickens. Price 65c and they
th $i .oo. By buying a car load we save at le
uy now what chairs you need for they wont las
iso just received a solid car of Gordon Stove
re made at the price. All sixes. Pricrs from $
907 was the best year we have ever had and w
nds and customer for their liberal patronage.
nake 908 a better year if honest, square deali
goods at the right prices will make it so. Gc
it sell themstlves. The small buyer is a thing
m:mrchant has to buy right before he can sell
"t-ar y ev-rything in car load lots and can sav<
1 d oin every purchase you make.
Ve don't advertise to sell goods at cost but for
rchandise at the right price come to see us
Ve wish you, one apd all, a happy ard. prosi
r. -Yours truly,
Clothing, Shoes, Hate and Gents Furnishing Goods a
agous, (hase City Buggies, Iron King Stoves, New Home 8
What English Men.
Mrs. Smith-What are you reading.
~hn? Mr. Smith-I am reading Hier
~rt Spencer's "Principles ot.Biology."
rs. Smith-Whyr-what-what's that,
IhnV? Mr. Smith-Herbert .Speneer's~
sioiogy." Let me readayou an ex
aet-his definition of life. ~Listen:
t consits-~ of the deinitoecombina
ns of heterogeneouu changes, but
muitaneous and sucessive, in .comn
nation ,withi external coezlstences
"Wh7y, Johni, what in the world Is the
an talkdng about?"
"I am astonished at you, Jane. Why,
1s is the work of the great Englieh
"Yes, I know, bet' what is he writ
"He is denlitng Hife, 1 told you.. What
dI you suppose he was writing
ylng to ge't a patent on gi'4 el
>rse."-Lond~onl Tit-lBlts. -
A Stingy King.
In the begiuin~g of the eighteenth
m~tury the n-9W io powerful German
npire wa nioting. more than the lit
a kingdom of Prussia, having just
topped its title of duchy of Branden
Irg. Tile counitry wps very pioor and
ie military discipline very .harsh.
rederick William I. was hard, cross
xd stingy nhd did n6t'eit know
hat it was to make a present. His
~putation was so widely spread that
became a byword to say that a man
id worked for the king of Prussia
ben he had done an unprofitable task.
Brazil producea on tile average 800,.
)i) tons of coffee per annum-that is,
out four-fifthsl of the whole amount
mesuned in thle world.
Teacher-If you had a pie and cut
Into eight pieces. what would each
ece be? Willie Green-Mighty little.
as t 15 d
7-50 to $25
e thank our
ng and buy
of the past.
mnd you will
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Bee'onr linie of Novels and Story Books.
- Prices--1c. to $1.50.
Orders filed for thea by mail.
Cre papr for Mantel cvers-10 feet
B~ox Paper, Tablets, and all kinds of
writing material can be found in our
stock that is hard to aind elsewhere.
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