Happenings of a Local and Personal
RE-ELECTED. NO OPPOSITION.
B. B. LaBoon
R. R. Roark,
J. N. Hallum,
J. F. Harris,
E. B. Webb.
FOR SALE--One J, I. Case tractie n
Pngine, ono J. I. Case horse-power, snd
o m J. I. Ca.se 1(4 u Road-Holler. 3a.
gainrs for any o -e looking for any or the
a)ve mooinea. Address R. E. Good
win, Pickene, 8. C.
Miss Hattie Earle Is visiting
relatives in Greenville,
The many friends of Mr. J.
L. Moon will learn with regret
that he was stricken with. paral
ysis on Monday night and is
now in a serious condition.
J. J. Hunter, of the Liberty
side, has a water gourd that
grew in a stove and will have to
be broken before it can be gotten
oit. He also has a gourd that
will hold a gallon.
There will be a singing at
Liberty scbool building on the
second Sun'day in April, begin
ning at 2 o'clock. Public cor
dially invited to attend.
P. C. CARTEE.
Those of our readers who can,
should attend the display of pat
tern hats Miss Madden will have
at Cateechee on the 16th. She
has a large and varied stock and
cum suit you in quality and
Mrs. W. 0. Willard, of Liber
ty, takes space in our columns
to tell our readers of her nice
stock of Millinery and Ladies
goods. This firm carries in stock
a nice, large and well selected
line and asks for a share of your
Hon. Wyatt Aiken requests
us to announce that ,arties
wishing fish for ponds or streams
should write him at once. He
is anxious to put over half a
million good fish In the streams
of the Third district as soon as
The Pickens County Singing
Convention will meet with the
Glenwood Cotton Mills church
the fourth Saturday and Sun
(lay in April. J. B. Vaughan
and J. L. Moore, of Georgia,
have promised to take part in
Married on Sunday, the 5th
instant, Absalom H. Thomas
anh Frances Steward at the res
idence of P.A, Patterson, by A.
T, Winchester,N' P. The con
tracting parties are from North
Carolina and are rather old, the
groom being about 71 years old.
Mr. W. 0. Willard, of Liber
ty, says he wants spae i this
paper to tell our readers of thae
nice stock of general merchan
dise lhe is carrying, the low
prices he is selling them at and
to ask for a share of your patron
age. "Os" Is all right and can
make it to your interest to trade
Miss Bessie Ash more and Mr's.
J. R. Ashmiore of Pickens,
S. C., were in Brirard for a few
days on a .visit to J. R. Zach
-ary. They returned last Tu71es
(lay..Mr. and Mrs. TL. E. Pat
ton, who have been on a visit
of several days to Central and
other places In South Carolina,
returned to their home at Pis
gah Forest last Tuesday-[iBre
The Republican executive
committee of Pickens county
met qt Liberty, Mrch 2B, and
fixed the time and plao o for the
Reptiblican conventioi to Ie
held at Pickens C. H. Saturday,
April 11, for the purpose of
electing delegates to the state
and district conventions.
P. S. LITTLE,
NOTICE.--To churches and
Sunday schools of Liberty town- K
ship:-I hereby call a meeting,
to be held at the Presbyterian
church in Liberty, April 30, at
10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose
of organizing a township Sun
day school association for Lib
erty township. Let every Sun
(lay school send about five each
to the same.
L. E. PINcE, Coni.
To the Housekeepers and Mer
chants of Pickens C. H.: The
Civic Association, with the co
operation of the Council have
appointed the 2nd week of April
begining the 12th instant, for
cleaning up week. Please burn
all papers and other trash. Put
tin cans in box or barrel, place
conveniently for the wagon.
which will call the latter part of
same week. Please give the
above your special attention, as
the Mosquitoes will buzz if their
little "incubators, the tin cans,
are not renoved out of tovn.
Civic Ladies please meet at.
court house on the 12th at 3 P.
The Civic association of Pick
ens, after having been disband
ed for the winter has again re
orgaiized and with the coming __
of spring has begun work in
earnest which we hope will be
most beneficial to our town.
The following are some resolu
tions adopted by the association:
1. Look carefully after the
sanitary condition of the town
and in the spring have a time
set apart for cleaning up work.
2 Take some portion of our
town and beautify it.
3 Use one kind of shade trees
on a street and do not use Caro
lina Poplar et al.
4 Do every thing in our pow
er to prevent the arread of dis-I
The court house squaro is to
be enclosed and as soon as thisj
is completed the association will
begin the work of beautifying
the town by making this a most
attractive and enviting spot.
Women Whe Wear Wel.
It is astonishing how groat a change a
few years of married life often make in
the appearance and disposition of many
women. The freshness, the charm, the6
brilliance vanish like the bloom from aj
peach which is rudely handled. Tho
matron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo '
of the charming maiden. There are two
reasons for this change, ignorance and
neglect. F1ew young women appreciate
the shock to the system through the
chango which conmes with marriage and
motherhood. Many neglect to deal with
the unpleasant pelvic draina and weak-j
nesses which too often come with mar
riage and motherhood, not understan~ding
that this secret drain is robbing the cheek4
of its freshness and the form of its
As surely as the genersnj health suffers
when there is d '~ement of the health
of the delcate woma organs, so surely
wh e organs ar tablished in
helitec o witness
to the Tactin c~dom Nearly~j
en strong and sick women well. Ingredi-3
ents on label--contains no alcohol or
harmful habit - forming drugs. Made I
wvholly of those native, American, medic
inal roots most highly recomnended by
leading medical authorities of all the sov
oral schools of practice for the cure of
woman's peculiar ailments.U
For nursing mothers,or for those broken
down in hea flth by too frequent bearing of*
children, also for the expectant mothers
to prep~are the system for the coming otf
baby and making~ its' advent easy and
almost painless, there is no miedicine quito
so good as "Favorite Prescri ption. It
can (10 no harm in any condition of tho
system. It is a most i)tent invigorating
tonic and strengthening nervin'
adlapted to woman's delicate 83y -
physician of largieexperience ir. '
ment of woman s peculiar ailm
Dr. Pierce may be consulte
free of charge. Addresas Dr. R
ufaoN.YInvalids' IHotel and Surgical 1
Will exhibit in Pickens Thursda
Unsurpassed and unexcelled Singers, Dancers, (
welties and Vaudeville Speacialties, Beautiful Fit
FUN FAST an(
A treat to all. Don't miss it. Bring the Ladies
der canvas. Shew grounds near Post Office.
MATINEE Sa1r Hy A
Doors open 7:30 p. m.
~ Clemson Col
The ladies of the surrounding country are
Hats now on display at my store near Cle
spring and summer millinery, as we are prep
style. We have a most competent trimmer,
her line in Atlanta and several other large cit
Her work is being greatly appreciated and
son College. You cannot afford to miss seei
Old Rats emiodeled for Customers i
SCall in and see our goods-hats especial
old hats in stock as this is our
Miss Madden and her trimmer wili be a
on APRIL lE
Sfrom 9 a. mn., to 8 p. mn. She will have a nic
for* one day. Those who fail to get to he
at the hotel at Catecchee og Thursday, April
y, Friday and Saturday
10, 11 >4I
omedians, Aerial Artists, Heal Balancer
-e Dances, Illustrated Songs.
and Children. Will show rain or shift
Show starts 8:1$:3
c. and 25c..'
lege, S. C.1
urged to see the nice line of Pattern
muson College, before buying their
ared to make to order or trim in any
>ne who has been most successful in
ies of the South for several years.
complimented by the ladies of Clem
ng this display.
vho Prefer not Buy New ones
y-which are all new and fresh. No
the Hotel at CATEECHEE or
e line of stylish.hats on display there
~r store at Clemson will be welcome d
x 6th, 1908.
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