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Some Things You Know and Some /
You Don't Know About Our
Towns, County & People
-R. G. Gaines of Central,
was in Pickens Monday on bus
-N. D. Taylor, photographer,
will be in his studio in Pickens,
on Saturday the 15th instant.
-The Keowee Courier says:
Thomas B. Robertson, of Pick
ens, was among relatives and
friends here Mondav.
-Miss Lalla Ballenger, who
has been teaching a mission
school in Pickens county'J, has
returned to her home at Rich
-The Saleni correspondent of
the Keowee Courier says: Mrs.
R. -M. Lusk, after spending a
week in this sect ionl, has return
ed to her home in Pickens.
-The 1 e. A. L . Thomazon
began a series of meetings last
Friday night at Twelve Mile
church. He is being ably assist
ed by Rev. B. P. Kinard.
-The Union Meeting of the
Twelve Mile River Association
will meet with Salem church on
the fifth Saturday and Sunday
in May. The prgrami wvill be
arranged on the day of meeting.
-The Lawrence Ford corres
pondent of the Keowee Courier,
says: Miss Sue Stephens has
recently returned to her home at
Central, af ter hving -spent two
weeks vi ' the family of her
bro r, W. R. Stephens.
--We have received several
communications recently, one
from Central and one from Crow
Creek, especially, which did not
have the name of the author to
it, therefore we cannot publish
them. This rule is imperative.
-At a meeting of the Direct
ors of the Issaqueena Mill held
at Central last Saturday. a most
satisfactory showing was made.
The following officers were elect
ed: R. G. Gaines President and
Treasurer, and Ralph Ramseur,
-Lost, between home and
Griffin church on second Sunday
in May, a small open-face watch
with a shot string for a guard.
Finder will do a favor by return
ing or leave at Big Store with
B. F. Parsons and get reward.
-Rev. B. Holder.
-The Norris and Six Mile
Sunday Schools will have an all
day picnic on Six Mile mountain
on next Saturday, the 15th inst.
Other Sunday Schools are given
a cordial invitation to attend.
Let all who attend bring well
-Under the caption, "Pretty
Students of Limestone," the Ab
beville Medium says that "Miss
Bessie White, of Louisville, Ga.,
and her guest, Miss Eva Earle,
of Pickens, pretty students of
Limestone stopped over in Ab
beville MondIay. They were the
guests of Mr. Andrew White,
brother of Miss White."
-One of our exchanges says:
"One of the Senators made a
bright remark when he said
there is no use worrying about
the increased duty on garters
for the Payne bill puts stockings
so high they are in no danger of
coming down." The Abbeville
Medium in commenting on this
says a promhinent merchant of
that town says it is so bjecause
-A dliscussion of the subject
of sanctifiention will take place~
at P'rater's Creek Baptist church
on Saturday before the fourth
--May b~etweenl J. R.
esleyan minister and
>orn, a Baptist minis
roposition to be dis
The W~\esleyan Meth
odist church, of which I am a
member, b elieve the scrip~tures
to teach entire sanctification as
a second( wvork of grace wrought
in the heart by the Holy Spirit
by which the child1 of God is
cIhanged from all inbred sin. J.
R. Davis will take the affirma
tive and W. C. Seaborn the neW
-ative side of the (Juestion. Tfhis
discussion will begin at 10 o'clock
on the above named day, which
is the 22d instant.
-Mrs. 0. H. Johnson and
children, of Easley, visited rela
tives in Pickens last week.
-Mrs. W. H. Prince and son.
ville, on a
erty, has I
ers and si
--Miss Lillie Warren, of Lib
erty, is visiting her aunts, the
Misses Pickens, of Pendleton.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hagood
of Easley, visited the family of
their son, C. B. Hagood, in Pick
ens, last week.
-Mr. E, C. Corbin, of Wal
kalla, was in the city Thursday
on his way to Pickens to visit
relatives.-Farm and Factory.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Stansell
and Mrs. W. B. Martin, of Pel
zer, visited the family of W. L.
Jenkins in Pickens last week.
-Miss Redona Ragsdale, a
most charming and piquant
young lady, one of Atlanta's
fairest belles, is on a visit to her
friend, Miss Maud Ashmore. in
-Mr. Warren Hopkins, of
near Central, killed a rattler's
pilot last Friday 4 feet, 5 inches
long. Saturday he killed seven
black snakes, dispatching four
of these at one stroke.
-There will be an all-day
singing at Fairview church,
near Cateechee, on the second
Sunday in June. The public is
cordially invited to be present
and bring song books and well
-The Anderson Intelligencer,
of the 11th instant. says: "Miss
Ruth Bailenger, a student of
Lander College, is visiting Mrs.
J. A. Dendy." Miss Ruth is a
daughter of Rev. N. G. Ballen
ger, of Pickens.
-The school building at Cen
tral, which is being erected by
Rev. B. E. Grandy, is rapidly
nearing completion. It is a
large and commodious building
and is as good a one as can be
found in the country anywhere.
Central is to be congratulated
on her school building.
-Why go around with a
lanme back, when you can pre
vent it? There is a remedy
guaranteed to cure backache.
It is Hallumn's backache and
kidney pills, which are sold on a
guarantee to cure, or money
back, by the Pickens Drug Co.
Ask your neighbor about them.
He has been taking them and is
highly pleased with the results.
-Miss Nora Boggs, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Boggs, of
Pickens, was happily married
on 1st Sunday night, the 9th
instant, to Mr. J. IE. Lebby, of
Greenville. The ceremony was
performed at the home of the
bride's parents, by Rev. N. G.
Ballenger. Only a few inti
mate ifriends of the contracting
parties were present. The many
friends of the happy couple wish
them much happiness and joy
-Mrs. Oscar K. Mauldin, of
Greenville a trained nuwe, is
now in Pickens, waiting on Mr.
George Corbin, who is quite ill
wvith typhoid fever. Mrs. Maul
in, who is a most excellent
nurse, is thoroughly in love
with her work. Such as she,
can be of great help and assist
ance to a physician in the treat
rnent of his patients, and many
imes, - has more effect on the
sick one than the medicine does.
Where the nurse is thoroughly
imbued with her calling, she
has a good chance to study the
haracter of disease and the
temperament of humanity and
can be of incalculable benefit in
a sick room, and often-times,
the recovery of a patient is en
tirely due to the attention giyen
and the skill displayed, by the
nurse. Mrs. Mauldin who, as
Miss Heidt, of Charleston, was
one of the belles of the city by
the sea, is a lively, sparkling,
and highly entertaining little
lady, who posesses that peculiar
charm that draws and makes
friends of all with whom she
cmes in contact. She comes
highly recommended and is Pe
culiarly fitted for this vocation,
passessing that charming, viva
cious and loveable disposition
that is so invaluable in the sick
room, and the physician in
charge of the case was, indeed,
fortunate in securing her ser
-Mrs. J. A. Griffin, of Pick
ens, R. 4, is on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. W. A. Bruce, of
old at Cen
. R. Falls
1. of Ander
son, is on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. John Julien, of the Cross
Roads section, who is still quite
-Miss Ellen Mae Welborn, of
the G. F. C., is spending the
week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. J. Welborn, of Pick
ens, R. 3.
-Mr. and Mrs. Ton Espy, of
Easley, visited the family of L.
M. Sheriff, of the Coleman's
Mill section of Oconee county
-At the election for trustees
for Pickens school district, held
last Saturday, T. L. Bivens, T.
J. Mauldin and J. E. Parsons
were elected trustees.
-The many friends of Mr.
George Corbin, of Pickens, who
is quite ill with typhoid fever,
will be glad to know that he is
better, and will soon recover.
-Miss Annie Lewis, daughter
of J. J. Lewis, of Pickens, R. 3,
is on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. W.
R. Lawrence, of Seneca, R. 3,
and other relatives in Oconee
-The many friends of Mr.
and Mrs. R. R. Stevenson, for
merly of Pickens, but now of
Richland, Oconee county, will
learn with regret that their lit
tle infant son, Fred, has been
critically ill for a week. They
all join in the hope that he may
-Jesse J. (Colonel) Lewis, of
Pickens, R. 3, has recently been
on a trip to Oconee to see his
sister, -Mrs. W. R. Lawrence, of
Seneca, R. 3. Mr. L. was well
pleased with his trip and had a
fine time, While gone he rode
over the bigger potion of the
county and was highly pleased
with what he saw, so much so
that it is very profable that he
will buy land and move there.
There was an old1 fashioned
family reunion held at the old
home place of Mr. Silas Hinckle,
on Cane Creek, on Saturday
May 1st. Those present, besides
Mr. and Mrs. Hinckle, were
their children, and a most en
joyable time was had. Those
present were Mrs. W. H. Lang
ston, husband and children;
Mrs. J. W. Langston, wife and
child: Mrs. C. E. Thomas,
husband and children; Mrs. P.
G. Bowie and husband; Thomas
Hinckle and wife; Dover, Lula
and Florida Hinckle. Mrs. F.
A. Finley and two children, of
Pickens, were also present. A
most enjoyable occasion was
had by those present.
(Ogden, Utah, Examiner, April
A pretty home wedding was
solemnized at high noon, Sun
day, April 11, 1909, at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. G. L.
Mortenson, 2446 Madison ave
nue, Ogden, Utah, when Mrs.
Mortenson's sister, Miss Maud
Hunnicutt, the youngest daugh
ter of the late William J and
Mrs. Martha E. Hunnicut, of
Seneca, South Carolina, who
had been visiting her for six
months, became the bride of
Frank G. Boroughs, of Pickens,
S. C. The simple but impres
sive ring ceremony was used,
President John Watson officiat
ing, and the wedding march
was played by Miss Mabel Ro
lapp, daughter of Judge Rolapp.
The bride was attended by
Miss Ruby Geddens, as maid of
honor, and William Eccles was
best man. The bride was dain
tily gowned in white organdy
over white taffeta, with baby
Irish lace. and the maid of hon
or wore a gown of blue satin
with gold trimmings.
Following the ceremony, the
guests, inlcludling a number of
close friends of the roung). couple,
and the bridal p irt y sat down
to a wedding dinner1(.
Mr. and \lrs. Boroughbs wvill
be at home to tbeir friends in
Ogden after May 1st.
Dr.king's New Life Pills
I The. betIn the world.
We are agents for
LAUNDRIES in t
We will appreciat
MENTION THIS AD
Revival Services Closed.
The revival meetimg which
ias been in progress for the last
wo weeks, conducted by the
pastor of the Methodist Church,
issisted by Rev. D. H. Comann,
Evangelist of N. C. came to a
lose last Friday night, and has
een pronounced by many the
reatest meeting our town has
The services at night were
eld in the School Auditorium,
eing larger than any church in
>wn; but even then the crowds
ouldn't be accomodated, and
undreds were turned away.
Mr. Comann, who did all the
reaching is certainly one of the
trongest bible preachers that
as ever visited our town, and
riis forceful sermons will bear
ruit that will be permanent
His interpretation of the scrip
aure is forceful and logical, and
l his sermons contained some
ew thought, and a deeper and
-cher interpretation of the sub
ject in hand. His great ser
-lions on"The Personality and
ignity of the Devil," "Our
uture Home," "Sanctifica
on," and the "Second Coming
f Christ," were master pieces of
:ought and power that has re
>nstructed the old theology of
any of us.
All who heard this great teach
e of God's Holy word, are anx
~us to hear him again, and be
ore he left our town many -of
e citizens, through the pastor
~xtended him an invitation to
>me back to Pickens in the near
ature to hold another meeting
but could not promise to do so.
Mr. Comann is intirely free
ronm the extreme methods and
easures that characterize
any of the modern evange
ists, but is a broad, liberal,
olarly preacher of righteous
Christians have been estab
lshed and strengthened; the
3trongholds of sin have been
baken, and many have been
urned from sin to righteous
Mr. Comann left Saturday
orning for Branchville, where
ie began another meeting Sun
lay. The confidence and good
will of every man, woman and
child of Pickens will follow him.
About twenty persons joined
the churches during the meet
ing, and, we trust, there are
any others to follow.
Sunday School Convention.
The Pickens Baptist Sunday
School Convention will be held
with the Cross Roads Baptist
hurch, Saturday and Sunday,
May, 29th and 30th.
All Sunday Schools and
churches in the Pickens Associ
ation are earnestly requested to
10:30 a. mn. Saturday Song and
Prayer Service~ by J. C. Garrett.
11 a. mn. Convention sermon,
by J. M. Stewart.
11:45 a. mn. Organization.
12:15 p. mn. Verbal reports,
from Sunday Schools.
1 p. mn. Dinner.
2 p. mn. Song and Prayer ser
vice, by J. T. Taylor.
2:30 p. m. The Country Pastor
and his Sunday School, by C. E.
3 p. mn. The Parent and the
Sunday School, by J. H. Miller.
3:30 p. n. What influence has
the Sunday School over the citi
enship of a community? by
4 p. mn. The Bible in the Sun
day School, by Rev. J. E.
10 a. m. Sunday, Song and
one of the BEST
1e State. - -
e pair. 4c.
3 your patronage.
Prayer service, by Ed Cisson,
and J. P. Robinson.
10:30 a. m. Sunday School les
son reviewed, by J. T. Taylor.
11 a. m. What effect does the
Sunday School have on Intem
perance, by C. E. Robinson.
11:30 How to create enthusi
asm in Sunday School work, by
W. J. Bolt, and R. T. Lewis.
12 m. How to get our men to
attend Sunday School, by Bar
nett Williams, and J. B. Fend
12:30 How can we best hold
the young people in Sunday
School, by J. C. Garrett, C. E.
Robinson, W. B. Allgood, and
A question box will be open
at all times.
The State Sunday School Sec
retary, Rev. J. D. Moore, will
be present and assist in the work
of the Convention.
Pretty Home Marriaqe
A very pretty home marriage
was that celebrated Sunday af
ternoon at the home of the fath
er of the bride, Mr. W. R. Rob
ertson, when Miss Linnic Rob
ertson, a charming young lady,
became the bride of Mr. Thom
as Riley Allen, a young business
man of Pickens. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. J. A.
Brown, pastor of Central Bap
Only a few of the most inti
mate friends and the relatives of
the young couple were present.
The bride wore a blue messoline
suit. Her maid of honor was
her sister, Miss Orria Robertson.
Mr. Olen Hinton of Pickens was
best man. Mr. Earle Seaborn
and Miss Corrie Springfield were
Mr. and Mrs. Allen left yes
terday for their home in Pickens.
Potato Slips for Sale.
Ona, Fla., April 3d, 1909.
Mr. J. L. C. Thompson,
Pickens, S. C.
I want you to tell all my
friends and neighbors that I
have a large supply of sweet po
tato slips of the very best sorts:
Porto Rico, Triumph and Nan
I will be glad to receive a long
letter from each one of my old
acquaintances whether they
want slips or not.
This leaves us well and enjov
ing snap beans, new Irish pota
toes, strawberries, &c., and
good prospects for melons, roast
ing ears and other good things.
Yours very truly,
F. M. Morris.
TA TE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
Court of Common Pleas
Summons for Relief-Comlplaint S'erved.
Essie E. Bowen and J. T Taylor as ad
ministrators of the estate of R. E.
Bowen, deceased, Plaintiffs.
H. . Bowen and J. W. Bradley, Dje
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and raiuired
to answer the complaint ini this action. a
copy of which is herewith served up~on
ou' and to serve a copy of y:our answer
to the said complaint on the suibscriber
at his office at Pickens ('ourt House,
South Carolina, within twenty days af
ter he service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service; and if you fail to
answer to the complaint writhin ti e
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this a<
tion will apply to the Court for the re
lief demanded in the complaint.
Dated Pickens, 5. C.. Mlay 11, A. V.
A. J. Boggs, C. C. P. [Seal.]
C. E. Robinson.
Plaintiff-s A ttorney.
To the <'efe idant, H1. 0. Bowe~n.
Please taLe notice that t he Summons
of which the foregoinug is a cop ', and
the com plaint in this action, was filed in
the office of the Clerk of the court, at
P.cker.s South Carolina, on the 11th dJay
of iay 1909 anid are now on file in said
)ftice. You will further take notice that
no personal demand is maade against
you C. E. Robinson,
30 DAY 30
Ins OJnl i rell'S Ofords.
LADIES OXFORDS. i lot Vici Kid, Blucher cut, @ 95 c
I lot, better grade, @ $1.25
i lot ladies Tan Qxfords, @
i lot Patent Leather and Vici Kid Oofords. Aasy worth
$2.50 to $3.oo, but while they last you can stick your feet in
'em for $2.oo the pair. These are worth coming many miles
after at this price.
Old Ladies Comforts, with thin bottoms, at $1-50
i lot Misses and Children's Oxfords, at 5oc. to $1.25
MEN'S OXFORDS. We sell the Samson Oxfords for men.
i lot, including all-over Patent Leather Gun Metal and Tan,
with latest lace, rhe $4.oo kind, cut to $3-50
HATS. Straw hats for men and children, from x oc up
DRY GOODS. We have something nice to show the la
dies in fancy shirtings and waist goods at 5c. the yard. A big
drive in a fine Percale at 6c. the yard. Fancy Ginghams, col
ored and plain Lawns, Suesene Silks, in fact, we carry almost
anything in the dress goods line you want.
A big lot of laces and embroidery at a reduced price.
Come to see us when you are in the market for anything
kept in a general store and we will show you how we can save
you money. Yours, to please,
W. E. FREEMAN & CO
"At the Old Stand."
Everything Brand New. I have - :2 - e
Folger, Thornley & Co.
and have a select line of pattern hats, all the popnlar
Sshapes and most sought after styles.
Large brims with filower pot crowns, Tub Shapes
Cord ays, Pokes, Tricorns, etc.
Don't forget the little folks, Infants Caps, Chiid
resBonnets, Sailors and Tams.
Come and see me, you will find everything that
is new and up-to-date.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE LIBERTY BANK,
Located at Liberty, S. C., at the close of business April 28th, 1909.
)nadn Loans. .....'...... .. ....,31 74Undivided Profits, les urren Expen.-5,000
e afts .ouse............ ......1,543 82DuetoBanks& Trustomispailes.4...
Fu rniture and Fixtures............ ,666 40 Individual Deposits Subject to Check.. 21,092 07
lDue from Hanks and Trust Companies 12,406 36 Time Certificates of Deposit.........17,237 77
currency. .........-----. ....... 2,110 00 Cashier's Checks.................... 277 23
Goldi.......... ........ ... ....-- 335 00 Bills Payable, mncluding Certificates for
silver and other Cain ......... ...... 865 50 Money Borrowed .... .. ........ 20,000 00
Checks and Cash Items...... ......... 15 00
Total........... ............90,943 01 Total ............... ...... ...90,943 01
ST.\TE OF SOUTH1 CAROL.INA,
COLNTY OF PICKENS.
lBefore me came HI. C. SHIRLrEY, Cashier of the above named Bank, who beig duly sworn
says the above and foregoing statement is a true condition of said Bank, as shown bythe books
of said llank. H. C. SIRLEY.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day of May, 1909.
J. R. FALLS, Notary Public.
F i . Y) .-A , Directors.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
ThlE Faruier's Bauk of cutral.
Located at Central, S. C., at the close of business April 28, 1909.
Loans and l~iscounts..... ........ 50,542 44CailStcPidI. ..... 15000
l~cxmand LoaLns........ .... ..... .... 7,500 00Unide Prftls CuetEx
overdrafts .. ................. .... .. 1590 08 ssadTxe ad...... ,89
lriiture id Fixitures... ........ 1,6 &5Tm etfctso Dp t.... 8898
Other Iteal Estate....... .......... 1.350 00 CsirsCek......... 50
lhue from i anks and Trust Companies 13,736 60 1oe n il eicuie.... 0000
turren y.... ...... ........ ..... 2,175 00
Silver and other Coin........ .... .. 139 20
Checks and Cash Items .. .. .........144 60
Total............ . .......... 879,290 34 Total.............. ...... .... 379,290 3y9
STAT' OF SOL T CAROL NA,
Before me came H J. McGRE, Cashier of the above named Bank, who, being duly sworn, says
that the above and foregoing statement is a true condition of said Bank, as shown by books of
sad Hank. H. J. McGEE.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 4th da of May, 1909. EUNtryPoic .C
W. L.. G\tSSAWAY.
R(.LGAN, I Directors.
We offer for sale the farm formerly belonging to Charlie T.
Hughes and containing ninety-one acres, lying about one mile
from Pickens Court House and on the Bell Shoals road.
This is one of the~best farms in Pickens county and can be ,
bought for much less than the adjoining property.
A. B. TMAii,
GREENVILL -. C.