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Some Things You Know and Some
You Don't Know About Our
Towns, County & People
-Are you tIalki! g county Fair
-The time ik ipe for Pr(.epar
-ations h>wkin- to the 1909 Pick-,
ens County Fair.
-FOR SALE-One fine Jon
net at reasonable price. apply to ?
if. L. Huckaby. Norris, S. C.
The promoters of the Pickens -
County Fair expect to excell the t
state fair. Do your part to
make it a succesS.
-Miss G race Gi bson, a most
charming vouini lady, of Co
lumbia, is spevndin(_, a time in I
Pickens with her friend, Mrs. J.
-Lost, lait week, during con
ferene htet-we A residence of T.
L. Biven . aii i churci.h
one gold silk ((with ,ra set
in it. Return to T. L. Rivens.
-Major C. Welhorn, a son of
Judge M. "Welhorn. of Pickens.,
has acceptt- a position \ with
Messrs. .cign & Ledbetter,
wholesale grocer i (f .-%iderson.
-Pick your beststalks of corn
and cotton, save your best speci
mens of fruit, pick your best
chickens aintl push youir finest it
stock to show at the fair this t
mae., vrs old, Rro'lbs, work
1y 'whore. 0e happy thouht
rubber tire Baibc,ick Top buy ,
and harness. All in first class!
condition. Apply to John T. t
Abercrombie Pivke-s -Mill.
n auL(in of
-i .nted States
I.ne (atuleshi p '\st \irgina,
which has been ti inedi at San
Franci-<n ('a!., forp several
mlonlthS, is at the bouw of his1
mot dher Mrs. D)ebora1h 31 auld in,
in Pickens, ((n a thiirtyv dayvs fur
ing at ShadiyG rve churecl on the;
second1 SunldZy inl August. Be-1
ginning' on that dav Rev. Ben
iMoore will conduct a series of
meetings embracing the third
Sunday. There will be two ser
vices daily, at il a. mn. and1 8 p.
mn. Singers are invited to be
present Sunday with song books.
and well filled b)askets.
-Miss Elinor Knight, of Pick
ens, lost h er watchi Saturday
evening. It is a small1 hunting
case goild watch andl was drop
ped some where between the
school buildling and the residlence
of J1. T. Partridge. She w~ould
apprt"iate the finder returning
to her at Mr. Partridge's resi
-(dence or to Bolt & Co's drug
store and getting reward.
-Mr. B. (. Alexander, who
lives below Six Mile, on the B.
D). Saterfield lace, has raised
some enormous squashes. On
oae vine is a s(iuash that mneas
uses fifty inches aroundl, both
ways andl is estimated to weigh
over 50 pounds. On the same
vineC is another squash that
weighs over 36 pounds. Mr'. Al
exander intends1 to exhib)it them
at the Pickens County Fair. this1
-Prof. Henry E. Townes of
fers as a candidate for cotton
wveigher this week. Henry asks
us to state that he cannot make
a personal convas on account of
his htaving a school on his hands,
I the pub
to give every man justice in the'
we-ight of his cotton and treat
the buyer with equal right.
-The chairmen of the various
-commnittees of the Pickens Couin
ty Fair Association are hereby
cialled to mleet at the ofliee of the I
und(ersigned on Mondlay, Au g-i
nst 2 at 11 o'clock, and a full i
attendance' of the chairmI)en of1
.COmmritte,t s is urged
T. J. Mauldin.
-Israel Ferguson, colored. i
i mighty good farmer, who be
ieves iI raising everything hi
aii that i:s neede<l to run lie
lace. He raises his m\ii (a-rn,
xheat, eat and ca--title. le al
,o raises everything to go on his
able, honey, chickens and all
-inds of vegetables. Recently
srael sent to this office sonie as
ine hard-head cabbage as we
yer cat. They were firm, white
mnd as nice and large as any
Yinter cabbage ever put on the
"ickens market by North Caro
ina raisers. When the negro
ace learns to pattern after Is
ael, not only in the farming line,
r making a living, but in keep
ng always at work, minding
heir own business, paying their
lebts and setting a good ex ampl
o others, then the race will pros
>er and there will be no race
vars, lvnchings and trials for
arious and sundry crimes, such
Ls our courts are burdened with
Camp Meeting Notice
The annual camp meeting of
he South Carolina Conferenc(
)f the Weslevan Methodist
'hurch will be held as usual, at
lentral, S. C.. July 28-Aug. 8th.
Phe public is cordially invited to
ttend. Preachers, of all ortho
lox denominations are especial
v invited to be with us and help
>ush the battle against sin and
vickedness. There are two
.ood hotels on the grounds where
neals and lodging may be had
it reasonable rates. The man
tgement will extend every cour
esy to campers and others in
heir pover. Our iotto is,
'Holiness unto the Lord."
1. T. Hartsoe,
Dear Editor: I have been
hinking for sonie time that I
vould write you a letter and 1
uess this as good a time as I
Everything is moving alongi
ine and I think that the people
>f Greenville ought to be the
)st people anywhere for I
eieve they have more preach
nig here than anywhere, but
naybe we need it more than
The Monaghan boys recentlyx
>ayed the Greenvile team and
>eat theni 12 to 2. Hurrah for
"B,'' I don't think you need
~et discouraged for there are
>lenty of girls that would like to
ide behind those fine horses.
Mr. Will Barton was a recent
isitor to his brother, Mr. Perry,
md sister, Miss Anna, at Mon
The excessive rains have got.
en the farmers very much be
iind, and the crop prosnects arn
iot very encouraging.
Mr. Sutherland met with a
erious accident recently, in that
1e had his right arm torn off just
bove the wrist, while at work~
round some machinery at the
Mr. Heath, a resident of the
Ionaghan Mill village (lied re
ently from an attack of feve1
md( was carried to his old home
n North Carolina, for burial.
Ee leaves a wife and six small
:hildren, b:esides a host of rela
ives and friends to mourn his
I tell you it is something grand
: be a Queen! That is why the
~vriter is wearing such a smile:
he thinks she will be the wife
>fa King, and she don't care if
;hat Pickens fellow did get mar
ied-she doesn't intend to wvear
nourning for him.
Well, for fear of the waste has
~et., I will close.
"Jones, He Pays The Freight."
Hallum's Backache and Kid.
iey Pills are doing the work.
h ardly a mail but what there
s an enquiry or an order. Send
s your orders for these pills,
leducting the cost of the money
>rer and we wvill send them tc
ou by return mail, postage ful
y paid. No one that has usei
;hemi has yet asked us to refunm
heir money. This speaks vol
Pickens Drug Co.,
Pickens S. C.
Thw n n ' \) i-nary 1 -
ion, Ai'xillilarv thel i cknI p
ti--t at.so iationl will a -ta rf
fit 1ch11n-hc. S:un III4a, Au1t
7Ih. AHl char-chw, :ir-e .pe
to s1nd4 reprwcms-nt at ives- :1111 all
wonnen and irls are invited to
attend. Following is the pro
10:30 a. im. Devotional exer
cises le(d by Mrs. Richard A. Hes
10:45 Minutesread. Rollcall
of churches responded to by re
11 'Welce addret s by Mrs.
H. F". Smith.
Response., Mrs. Jesse Childs.
11:15 What; is a W. M. S?
Mrs. C. E. Robinson,
11:45 Discussion of State Mis
sions, Mrs. Emma Major.
12. im. Gifts to God. Mrs.
1:30 Devotional exercises led
by Miss Ida Hendrix.
What is a Y. W. A Miss
Duet: Misses Maka Boggs and
Poem: "In as much- Miss
R:I ding: "Heathen lives made
be utifuIl," IMiss Girace Prince.
EsSay on giving, Miss Viola
Recitation, "What he said,
Miss Mattie Griffin.
Discussion: -Are we willing to
prove our love for the advance
ment of his kingdom every day?"
Miss Mytrie Holder.
Duet: Misses Meda Boggs and
Rea(dinig: "Mattie's self-de
nial" Miss Lillian Bolt.
What is the object (p the For
eign mission Board Miss Grace
Reading: -Prayer a power
Miss Eva Holder.
Hymn, Work for the night is
The sun has comi out, and the
clouds have rolled away and the'
farnmer is getting to kill someW of
thle grass. though a great many
of the crops will renmin foul, as
the cleaning wold ( injure the
cr'op inl some ini ancte wors.e t han
There are but few fine crops
to be seen in this se*ct io n, of
either corni, or cotton.
The fruit c. Op is rather on the
short order, and inferior in (qual
ity, as it has rotted badly.
A child of T. 13. Smith,. died
last week after a lingering illness
of several weeks.
An 01l1 lady, Mrs. Lock, died
at the Liberty. mill village, last
From personal expe'rience we
can say that numps are as pe
culiar in their ways and manner
of business as any- contagious
dicase that ever came our way,
as w-e was not aware b)ut what
we were on friendly termis with
them for the last 40 years, until
we woke up one line morning
apprised of the fact that our
timie for settling our account,
was upl. And from the earnest
ness they seemhed to manifest in
the nmatter, we were led to con
clude that the account must
have been long past (due.
Thew all day singing at the
Baptist church was one of the
attractive features of last Sun
day. The lion. J. E. Boggs
appearedi in the afternoon and
nmade a few very appropriate re
marks, to the convention, which
was well received.
We had two sermons by Elder
Duncan, afternoon andl night,
at the Methodist church. While
the attendlance was not large,
those who (lid attend were well
Ther'e are an unusual number
of visitors in town, and house
parties, and tennis, were among
the social attractions of the past
week, and miountain trip ha.s
been arranged amo ng other
things for this week, and the
Igood tinmes go rolling right on.
We nioti'e P.rof. Mc. D.
Weems, was at the singing Sun
(day, and taking a hand.
W hear talk of some rural
telehn lines to be b)uilt soon
telephone more of our rural
with more of the world.
Mr. Horae E Davis, who is
a traveling salesman in Virgina,
is, b114lmit' ,I]1 a vac'at ion.
Is. I). J. Greer, fromil Ala
lham. is ()n a visit to relatives
mnd frienls in Vickens county.,
lIIs riince (. Davis has
ret Iried to North Carolina,
where she will take up a ie
months school, where she taught
last year. C.
Around Moon's Store.
Crops in'our section are looking
fairly well. The farmers will
soon be through work.
With seasonable showers, we
will make plenty of corn and cot
on to (10 us.
The water melon season is
right now on us and there are
3one fine patches in this neigh
Children's Day at Bethlehem
lastSunday was well attended
and greatly enjoyed by those
present. Excellent addresses
were made by Hon. C. E. Rob
inson and Ben Fields.
V. S .Medlin, of Oconee couII
ty, visited his brother, J. E.
Medlin, of this section, last week.
Sloon looks well and says he is
Misses Ella May and Jessie
Freeman, daughters of S. P.
Freeman, visited at the home
of J. E. Medlin, recently. We
think these charming young
ladies had a most enjoyable
The farmers are all talking
the fair, and as soon as they get
through their farm work they
will puill off their coats and go
to work to make it even a great
er sucess than last year.
Our neighbor, J. E. Medlin
leaves this week for a trip to
Franklin county, Ga., where he
goes to visit his father.
As soon as Allvood Moon gets
the shelter up to the front of his
P. P. P. purifies the blood, build
strength to weakened nerves, expels d
h1appinless, where sickness, gloomy feelin;
In blood poison, mnecurial poison,
and skin diseases, like blotches, pim;
head,. we say without fear of contradic
purifier in the world.
Ladies whose systems are poisoned a
dition due to menstrual irregularities,
derful tonic and blood cleansing prope
Root and Potassium.
F. V. IPPMAN, I
R. E. GO0Dm
In Rear of Freeman Building.
See us for bargains in1
Patching Cement, 2 tubes for
Good Single Tube Tires, per
No. 1 Inner Tubes, each
Bicycle Spokes, per dozen,
Good Bicycles, from
All kinds of Repair Work d
Sewing Machines Repaired al
one-fifth the cost of a new ma
Full line of Sewing Machine
make of machine. Also bel
R. E. GC
AT THE "FIXIT" SHOP.
I have spared no means in
iess the newest and freshest gc
at the lowest prices suIch goods
Our goods and prices are s
SALE all the time. We do not
into "Special Sales" My 20 ye
fies me in saying that you get a
promise, when you buy from us
AS TO OUR GOODS: \
stock that the average buyer of
pecially do we call attention to
grand assortment of these good
in prices 10, 15, 25, 35 and 50C
OUR COLORED) WASE
seasons offering wve have ever s]
both Men's and Ladies Under
Men's and Ladies Neckwear an:
tions and head ornaments of all
NOW FOR THE STAPL
coes for 5c. The best aud hear
tht can be sold1 for 5c. Cotton
Remembe me when you want g<
West End. n
Does not Color the Hair
IngrLedjents of Ayer's Hair Vigor
Sulphur. Destroys germs that cause dandruff Md
fAn~g hair. Cures rashes and eruptions of sca
GlYcerin. sooting~ healing. Food to the hair4buft&
(uWWn.A strong tonic. antiseptic. stimulant.
Sodiun Chorid. Cleansing. quiets irritation of scalp.
COpiW". Increse activity of glands.
Sage. Stimulanttonic. Domestc remedy of high merit
Alcohol. Stimulant. andise0tc. Wafter. Perfum.
Show this formula to your doctor. Ask him if there is a sWnge injwrioas lngmdkenL.
Ask him if he thinks Ayer's Hair Vigor, as made from this formula, is the best Prepa
ration you could use for falling hair, or for dandruff. Let him decide. He know
J. C. Am Com" Uoell. Mam...
A A Liquid,
Buy a pint of Disinfectant for
25 cents. It will last you three
or four months to disinfect
closets, stables, hog-pens, wet
places, etc. Prevents sickness
flies and odors. See us, we
will give full directions.
PIOKENS DRUG C01
The peopie crowd our store all the time. They can get
bargains, low prices and good goods any time from
W. E. FREEMAN & CO.
"A0,t the Old Stavd."
'The Piercig Arrows
"USE YOUR PHONE"
Poeyour order to us and we will send it out promptly,
oaman to deliver goods to any part of the City.
the drug line Call No. 24.
PIC KENS, S. C.
SWE DON'T CUT THE PRICEIN
* 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$
*good bottles and the seeing to their being clean (each*
*and every oue of our bottles is washed, rinsed and*
$sterilized by hand,) the extra, but necessary time and$
4 trouble to keep a clean place aud furnish a pure drink,*
$is why we maintain the price on our drinks that we do*
*We could mix our drinks and bottle in a slip-shod$
*way and sell to you cheaper, but we ain't going to do*
#it. Another thing:
ONE PRICE TO ALL$
*is our motto. The man mn Pickens pays the same*
Sprice for our goods that the man in Central or Pump- /
p kintown does. We don't cut the price to any one, and *
* we don't 5ell 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 you are getting $
$as pure as can be made and at the same price the otherv
*man paid. No cut prices in our business.
SPICKENS BOTTLING WORKS,.
* R. L. Davis, Prop'r. ; : Pickens, S. C./$
store anI gets seah nuoh- onr
loafers (1111) will reorganizY ai
meet with him as often as he
will let. us. He will havo to
keep plent of ice water. red
leonilade and goo<l wittling
timllber hn11AV for lis. tholig.
He is doing a good business
with his store.
Notice to Old Soldiers.
The survivirg Soldiers of the Confed
erate States in Pickens county are re
quested to meet in eaci twnsfhip on the
7th day of August at 3 oclock p. m. for
the purpose of electing a representative
to meet at the Court House on the first
Monday in Sept. next, to elect a county
Pension Board for tne year 1910. The
place of meeting in each Township.
Easley Township Easley
Central " Central
Hurricane " Hurricane
Eastotoe " Eastotoe
Pumpkintown" Sutherlan<'s Store
Dacusville " Looper's Gin
When assembled they shall elect by
ballot an exconfederate soldier not a
holder of an applicant for a pension as
representative of said Town,lhip.
Those now drawing Pen4on's will con
tinue to get Pensions without further
Wesleyan Methodist College.
The above institution of learm: wil
open its Fourth S--!-ion S -tei - t .
1MO9. It is Co--Edu ciational. Full
Salvation pre-emino-nt. B- of -
ligious Influences. Healthy h :t
entirely free from Malaria. (m>d U'l
ing. Two excellent hotels on ;rou; :.
Expenses moderate. Situato lie-L.d:
mile from town on farm of 146 acres.
Good lots fcr sale. Common Selo.!.
Preparatory, College and Theological
Courses equal to the beIt. Considering
its religious and educational advantages,
we . do not think you can find a better
place anywhere, to send your son and
daughter. Before deciding send for new
Central S. C., June 29th, 19-9
Rev. Walter L. Thomls i,
For Cotton Weigher.
The many friends of Henry E. Towns,
announce him as a candidate for cottrn
weigher for Pickens Township, subject
to the action of the voters at the elec
tion August 21st, 1'03.
OR.KING'S NEW DISCOVERY
Will Surely Stop That Couah.
s up the weak and debilitated, gives
isease, giving the patient health and
;s and lassitude first prevailedl.
malaria, dyspepsia, and in all blood
Iles, old chronic ulcers, tetter, scald
tion that P. P. P. is the best blood
nd whose blood is in an impure con
are peculiarly benefitted by the won
rties of P. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke
Pickens, S. C.
3icycles and Sundries.
>ne on Short Noti
ad made as good as new, at
Needles to fit any name or
ting, oil and attachments,
PICKENS, S C
securing for this Spring's bus
iods that could be found, and
:an be sold for.
uch as t' give us a SPECIAL
have to try to fool the pecople
ars business reputation justi
hat you buy and what we
Ve have almost anything in
dry goods may need, but es
white goods. WVe have a
s in plain and fancy, ranging
GOODS are equal to any
10wn. A great showing of
vests await you here, a'so
:1 Hosiery, plain and fancy no
ES. The best shirting, cali
'jest 36 inch wide sheeting
Checks and Ginghams at 5c.
od shoes at low prices.
ennville. 54. c~