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Some TbAgs You Know and Sme
You Don't Know AbDut Our
Towns, County & People
-And it rained a shower yes
-Mrs. A. M. Morris left last
week for a visit, to friends at
-Miss Ethel Jenkins has as
her guest, at her charming home
in Pickens, Miss Frankie Beeks,
-Mrs. W. L. Jenkins, of Pick
ens has returned from a visit to
her brother and othcr r,-tives,
-Mr. V. R. Siansell and fam
ily of the Greenville side vis
ited the family of W. L. Jen
kins, in Pickens.
-Mrs. W. A. Gresham, and
daughter, of Atlanta, are visit
ing her father, M. F. Hester, in
Pickens last week.
-Mr. and Mrs. J.McD. Bruce
had last week as their guests, in
Pickens, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Maxwell, of Greenville.
-Mr W. H. Austin. of the
firm of Morgan & Austin, of
Greenville, was in Pickens Tues
day shaking hands with his
--Miss Florence Bowen, of
Pickens, gave a delightful socia
ble last night, (Wednesday) in
.honor of her two beautiful and
charming goests, the Misses
Bad - '
-~ L. Cody Craig, a pros
perous merchant of Prosperity,
S. C., is on a visit to his mother,
Mrs. W. S Craig, and brothers,
E. H. and J. B. Craig, in Pick
ens, this week.
--At the meeting of the Meth
odist District Conference held in
Pickens next week, the sessions
will all be open and our people
are urged and invited to attend
all of fthem that they can.
-L. M. Rigdon lost a ten (dol
lar bill on the 2d instant in Pick
en~s, or between Pickens and his
home, which he is very anxious
to recover. Any one finding the
same return to him or leave at
this office and get reward.
-F. W. Whitmire. our effi ci
(not market man has put mna
phone, No 47, and put on a city
delivery. He also handles ice,
nd will take your order for
1eats or ice, or both, and make
n ick delivery to you. He is to
e congratulated for his enter
-Ed Harris, son of Robt. L.
Harris, and Miss Ora Porter,
daughter of Barney B. Porter,
were married on the 4th instant,
by M. F. Hester, at his reside nce.
The young couple, w~ho reside in
the edge, of Pickens, have the
well wishes of many friends for
a long and happy life.
-Miss Irene Clark, who has
been1 teachinlg large (classes in
mnusic at Easlev and Liberty,
has closed her school for the sun.
mer and1 left Tuesday for her
home in Elberton, Ga. She will
sp)end two( mlonIth's at home and
visiting friends in lower Georgia.
Miss Clark is a most excellent
teacher and her patrons are de
lighted with her mtethods of in
-A ten~ant house on the farm
of T. Ma-on dL ooper, near' Pic'k
enis, was burned down S,unday.
the 4th instant, at abouit 12
o 'clock. noonc 1 . it was ocenpied
by \'Im. Pitis, colored. Tlhe fire
is si: pus dI to have <aught from
a dueeciv stove flue, as the
family wer.' cooking din1er
when the fire was first tiisco ver
ed. It was a total loss togethei
with its 'on'ten1ts.
-At thbe opening sessionl of
the District Conference which:
meets in) Uickenis next week.
J. E. Mahaffy, of Clinton. wvill
preach the oJpeing~ sermon on
Wednesday~ night. The conhfer
ence will b.! organ ized on Thurs
day Morning, and the sessions
will be held in the morning and
ev-ening with a serImo)n or talk
each night at the usual hour.
The conference will last through
Sunday. We hope to give a full
-Mrs. G. B. McLeskey and
two children, of Greenville, are
on a visit to her mother, Mrs.
Bolt, in Pickens.
-Miss Bertie Long, of Ander
son is spending a time in Pickens
with friends, to the delight of
her many admirers here.
-Jack Allgood, a colored cit
izen living near Pickens, and a
good farmer, reports finding a
cotton bloom in his patch on the
--Miss Cassie Bolt, who has
been spending some time with
friends and relatives in Green
ville, has returned to her home
-Lost, on the streets of Pick
ens, a good bar pin with the
words "Imusic" on front and
"Janet" on the back. Return
to Miss Janet Bolt.
-R. B. Lumpkin, of theupper
Mile Creek section, reports a cot
ton bloom found in his patch on 1
the 4th instant. This is pretty
early for that section of the coun
-Do you know any news
Well, then, why dont you tell
it How do you expect us to
know, see, and hear everything<
that goes on when you try to
keep us from it.
-Beginning July 1st, I will I
make free delivery of ice to my ,
customers in quantities of 25
pounds, or over. Will always ,
handle nice line of meats and
can make prompt delivery.
'Phone No. 47.
F. W. Whitmire.
-The Pickens Baptist Sunday,
School, about 125 strong, had an
afternoon's outing and picnic at
Twelve Mile River, yesterday, I
(Wednesday) evening. They re
port having a fine time, and will
spend the balance of the week
ridding themselves of "red bugs"
and catching up with the con
tract of scratching. But such
is life-and every bitter has its
-July the 4th, Independence
Day, was celebrated in Pickens
Monday, the 5th by the store's
being closed and the descendents
of Ham taking the town. In
the afternoon they played ball<
with a visiting team and at night
listened to a lecture by a promi
nent negro Educator, who hand
led his subject well and gave his
race some good advice, which1
they will do well to act upon.
-Mr. John W. Hendricks, who
lives at the McAlester farm, just
above Pickens, reports cotton
blooms on the 2d. John has im
proved this place and now has a
valuable farm. He has built a
beautiful house which overlooks
his broad fields and fertile acres,.
and from it he can see for miles
in every direction. He has sev
eral other good plantations and
being an excellent farmer he
knows how to plant, sow and
reap to the best advantage. Mr.
H. is a young man, yet, and if
he lives his allotted time will:
be one of the biggest land owners
in the county.
-With two phonographs, near]
this office, going at full speed,1
nearly all the time, the S. C.
State Press association ini full
biast in Greenville this week.
with its rounds of gaiety inter
spersed between the b)usinees
sessions, and Rutledge McGhee,
of the Greenville Evening Pied
mont, who is on the local en ter
tainment c:ommittee, for the past
week publishing all the good
things that Greenville was going
to shower on the pencil pushers.
-trip to Clemson, Paris Moun
tain, baseball games, reception's
at the Country Club and POinlHett
Ciuh, and banquet at the Ottaray
Hotel, and the editor of this pa
pe tied at home c'ompelled to
grind out copy- is it aniy wonder
v '1 lhave room to (cuss5 this
measiev sheet The editors who
are so fortunate as to be at the
associat ion are to be c'ongr'atulat
ed, while those, who, like ourself,
are compelled to "'sit on the lid"
should be cursed for their folly
in trying to be the ''whole
cheese" on a 'ou ntry weekly.
HIere's hoping the bo.ys will have
the time of their life at Green
ville for those hospitable, open
hearted people will do every
thing they can to make them
have a pleasant time. We hope
next year to be with the boys
even if we have to sell the "'junk
shop" or suspend the "measley
ra" for a week, in order to go.'
-Mr. and Mrs. George Morri
son, of Columbia, are on a visit
to Mrs. W. H. Johnson and other
relatives in Pickens.
-NOTICE.-All persons are
hereby warned not to harbor or
hire or protect in any way my
son Jay MeJunkin.
-R. K. Lewis and J. A. Burns
have bought the W. P. Pilgrim
place on Twelve Mile river, con
taining 67 acres, The deal was
made through H. M. Hester, and
this is the second farm "Burch"
.ia.s bought through Mr. H. in the
last four months. Mr Lewis is
a hustler and believes in Pea
Ridge dirt which he shows by
his heavy purchasing. We are
Tlad to see the real estate of the
*ountry going on the market in
,he way of small farms and be
ing bought by progressive men
much as tliese gentlemen are
who intend to live at, home and
)oard at the place.
Mile Creek Notes
News in this section is a scarce
is grass is pl)entiful.
We farmers are enjoying
ood health and feeling fine over
>ur p)ser( cr;) ops.
Mrs. B. F. Mauldin and little
laughter are on a visit to the
'ornier's mother-in-law, Mrs. P.
Miss Minnie Herd, of Pickens,
hisited Miss Inez Lioni)kin Sun
Miss Minnie Nix spent Sun
lay with Miss Ola Chapman.
Miss Nora Chapman visited
\Iiss Inez Lumpkin Sunday.
R. B. Lumpkin reports a cot
:on bloom on the 4th.
Little Luther Nix, a son of
\. and Mrs. Dock Nix, died on
he 25th ult., of cholera infantum
md was buried the (lay follow
ing at Mile Creek cenetery, Rev.
B. F. Murphree conducting the
'uneral service. Little Luther
s gone 1but not forgotten.
It rains everyday and the grass
growvs both day and night, rain
>r shine, and the farmners are
aaving a time all their own, in
:heir struggle to clean their crops.
)ne good thing to be said in their
~avor is that they have managed
o get peas sown in the stubble
n an increditablv short time,
:onsidleri ng the weather; and an
ther good thing to be noted is
hat there has been more sown
han usual as there was more
~rain sown last winter.
Present indications are that
Lhe new bank will not be ready
:0 open July 1st, as was intended,
>wing to delay in getting the
~urniture for the same.
It seems that the good roads
movement storm has blown on
to the north, as we notice that
there is to be an automobile road
built from New York city to
As everybody wanted to have
their way about the road from
hiere to Easley there is a possi
bility, as well as a probability,
if the same old roadl being used
is everybodly was never known
to agree on how to (do any one
We notice Rufus P.arsons, of
Bainbridge, Ga., who is tele
raV~ph operator at that place, is
visiting his father, W. S. Par
Sat.nrday, June 26th, was the
hottest dayv we 1have had to (date.
The t hermomn et( r registered 93
-Dri. M. R. Sewvell, a dlentist
fmmn Georgia, has located here
teethl tlthat l ben needin. re
la il's for s li7.
peaches aiid water' hielonls p.1ss
here d(lIlv oin g N ;-t(} S 01(:1\
at h<>th enids if not h<>tter.
B. W. MeWhorter' and wife,
who for the past mnonth, have
been visiting relatives, in Texas
have returned to their home in
June 28th. C.
Dr. King's New .ife Pills
The best in the worlcd.
OR.KlNG'S N~EW DISCO VERI
Will Surely Stop That Coah
Alcohol to Children
Ask your doctor how often he prescribes an alcoholic
stimulant for children. He will probably say, "Very, very
rarely. Children do not need stimulating." Ask him
how often he prescribes a tonic for them He will prob
ably answer, "Very, very frequently." Then ask him
about Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsaparilla as a tonic for the
young. Follow his advice. He knows. I C. Ayer Co.,Lowell, Mass.
The first great rule of health-," Daily movement of the bowels." Ask your doctorif
ts is not so. Then ask him about Ayer's PIMs. Sold for nearly sixty years.
New, Fresh, Crisp
I have spared no means in securing for this Spring's bus
iness the newest and freshest goods that could be found, and
at the lowest prices such goods can be sold for.
Our goods and prices are such as to give us a SPECIAL
SALE all the time. We do not have to try to focI the peoph
into "Special Sales" My 20 years business repuiation justi
fies me in saying that you get what you buy and what we
promise, when you buy from us.
AS TO OUR GOODS: We have almost anything in
stock that the average buyer of dry goods may need, but es
pecially do we call attention to white goods. We have a
grand assortment of these goods in plain and fancy, ranging
in prices 1o, 15, 25, 35 and 5oc. the yard.
OUR COLORED WASH GOODS are equal to any
seasons offering we have ever shown. A great showing of
both Men's and Ladies Under Vests await you here, also
Men's and Ladies Neckwear and Hosiery, plain and. fancy no
tions and head ornaments of all kinds.
NOW FOR THE STAPLES. The best shirting, cali
coes for 5c. The best aud heaviest 36 inch wide sheetiig
that can be sold for 5c. Cotton Checks and Ginghams at 5c.
Remembe me when you want good shoes at low prices.
A. K. PARK,
West End. 0reeirv1lle, 1. O
Where to Buy the Best Professional Cards
PoWtry nd Eggs, J. E. BOGGS W. E. FINDLEY
J - BOGGS & FINDLEY.
-FOR SALE -Silver Laced Lawyers
Wyandotte eggs. $1.00 per 15. Pickens, S. C.
Guarantee a hatch of 8 out of 48f 0.fice over Pickens ank.
15. J. T. PARTRIDGE.
S. C. Rhode Island Reds NnRmAL StoOL OF m
l:GGS FOR IIATCHING from carefully mated Anoalshlofuicil
pu .5upper 15. E. 11. CRAIG betuhatPtr'Cek
S. C. Buff Orpmntons chrhbgnigJl12,
*u4Ot of 5 ird Shown -o 1t n how, of teleas
Creenvile SA ui ys -Jan. 12-15, -09 B igis ec'v
-ut cf 4 irds Shown, Won 3rd Coekere ,e 1s
W. E. HENDBRICKS- omlsholo ui vl
Notice of Election,.etuh tCosRascuc
Whereas, a petition from the freeholders andbeingJuy2t19,ad
eltetors of Kings school district No. 25 hascotun fraemofwle
been tiled with the County Uoard of Education
of l'lckens County asking said Board for per- dy. B .Gaee,Sc
mission to hol an election in said district t
det ermine whether or not 2%4 mills extra levy
shall be levied in said District for school pur- l eiigt td h ho
It appearing to the County B5oard that the r fmscweei ilb
petition meets the requirments of the law. a h
Therefore, it is ordered that the trustees of the ~ t is-Sfl( so l
aboive namne'ldistrict do hold an election onated oe orbt, f ths
.tuly 17th at K ings School House for the above shos
stated purpose. The trustees are to be manag
ers and shall conduct this election as all gener MD Wan,Picpl
al elections are conducted, and in accordance Lbry .C
with sec. 120'8 of the school law.
lBy order of County 15oard of Education.
R. T. Hallum,NoieoSize
Sec. & Chmn.
Bitters scto s0I..US,
Succeed when everything else falls,.h a utfl oii h olco'
In nervous prostration and femaleofceitnthrydy fh'aehr
weaknesses they are the supremeofortesnewlbeofitdoth
remedy, as thousands have testified.Untdtte:Oeronuead
FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND fu 4 aln fo. hse.sie
it is the best medicine ever sold Dj.tl.,riLit
over a ruggistsauountr.t IPrater's Cee
w mclens. ad eaud'1909e,ai and~ coninorater
Oun. scalp dA.sB. Riggains,ilSecr'y.
cie-fr hadcheditrs hos
aftratig-ilouses-co- McoD. ePrncipal,
disorders.rTakeRavtnblet once i
a whie jus for"healh's ske."is ~tril South l Caoina,
BT'I'~~ ATIVE ept lelCllectors offie.l
N otic ilhrbygie tZhalt thefllow
is n od-tme emey o rots r~the l 9theda ofJne1a. a ickens,
hebsan brk pesed in Formes ofny .C flor vlato of2
oreonetiak.n -45 R.00 . . pertleamn
Ge hegnunhieelo saPruice b3n in theCo.5ctr'
Washigton,D. N (. SC' GGS
F. . INL Y,p .c nCol. C dDs.
Pover n rugs Sone. Cit...C
"USE YOUR PHONE"
Phone your order to us and we will send it out promptly,
we keep a man to deliver goods to any part of the City.
If you need ary thing in the drug line CaH No. 24.
BOLT & CO.s
D'EL74.U BTR'C L
PICKENS, S. C.
THE "FIXIT" SHOP!
R. E. GOODWIN, Prop'r.
In Rear of Freeman Building. Pickens, S. C.
See us for bargains in Bicycles and Sundries.
Patching Cement, 2 tubes for i5c.
Good Single Tube Tires, per pair $3-75
No. i Inner Tubes, each $1.25
Bicycle Spokes, per dozen, 25C.
Good Bicycles, from $10.oo up
All kinds of Repair Work done on Short Notice and at
Sewing Machines Repaired and made as good as new, at
one-fifth the cost of a new machine.
Full line of Sewing Machine Needles to fit any name or
make of machine. Also belting, oil and attachments,
R. E. GOODWIN,
AT THE "FIXIT' SHOP. PICKENS, 8 C
IWE DON'T CUT THE PRICE!
0 The extra care and attention we put into the manu
fscture of our products-such as buying purest and
best flavors and mixing the extracts, the buying of
0 good bottles and the seeing to their being clean (each
0 and every oue of our bottles is washed, rinsed and
Ssterilized by hand,) the extra, but necessary time and
4. trouble to keep a clean place and furnish a pure drink, e
* is why we maintain the, price on our drinks that we do$
$ We could mix our drinks and bottle in a slip-shod*
* way and sell to you cheaper, but we ain't going to do*
*it. Another thing: -
$ONE PRICE TO ALL $
Ais our motto. The man in Pickens pays the san~e
Sprice for our goods that the man in Central or Pump-*
*kintown does. We don't cut the price to any one, and *
*we don't cell cheaper away from home than we do at *
home. Another thing: we never misrepresent any-*
*thing to make a sale.
*When you buy and drink our goods ytare getting
$as pure as can be made and at the same price the other*
* an paid No cut prices in our business.S
* R. L. Davis, Prop'r. ; : Pickens, S. C. *
CITY PRESSINC CLUB!
- Will do your
DYING, PRESSING AND CLEANING
in a first-class manner and guarantee satisfaction,
Dry Cleaning Suits 50c, to 60c.
Pressing Suits 40c.
All other work in proportion. We do Repairing. Special
Prices made on Washing and Dying Suits.
tri~Special prices to Clubzi embwi s.
B. J. G ARVIN,
Over Jennings' Store. Manager. Piclkens, S. C.
We overbought in Men's Qxfords and to sell them quick
we have cut the profit to near zero
1 Lot Fancy Tans $4.oo values at $9
1 lot Patent Leathers and Gun Metals, good shapes QOl
an1d styles. Worth $3.50 and $4.00. Specials at,
A good low price will be made you on our line of ladies
We have just received a bunch of bargains in Staple
Dry Goods. For instance Sheeting at, per yard ,tr
and other things eqnally as low,
Nunnalley's Engineer Over alls 01P
Plenty of fine Wash Shirts in all colors and styles 0 JU,
at equally low price..
When you are in town call around and let us show you
how we can save you money on what you have-to buy.
Yours for a Square Deal.
WE. FREEMAN & CO.
-At the Old stanid."