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Some Things You Know and Some
You Don't Know About Our
Towns, County & People
-"Aleet Ie at the F'air.
-Mi3 Patte M t:r i-; visiting
relatives at Pendltton. S. C.
Mrs. J. R. Ashmore is visiting
relatives in and aronl Ro-mian,
-Misses Essie and Dora Guy
have nturned to their homte in
Chester, S. C.
-Miss Lila Watsi, of Atlan
ta, Ga., is on a visit to her cou
sin, Miss Lilian Bolt.
-Quite a crowd Of Pickens
people left yesterday for a few
days outing to Table Rock.
-Miss Fay Twitty, of Gaines
ville, Ga.. i- visit lig at the home
of Mr. and Mr-. Bru-e Hagood.
-Iisses Addie i ott, Einia
Webb, antd Harry Hiott, of Eas
le, spent Sunday with friends
-Quite a crowd went to Lib
erty Wednesday niight for the
hail g:nn ht w-oln the Indians
and loal nine.
-lMiss Iiry I bni- has re
turilned to lier hwlw il Charlotte,
N. C., aft-r a plkasanlt visit to
Miss Vesta Ashmore.
-Misses Laura Mae and Ad
die Steihens, wo charing
young ladi*-e of Ag-us-ta, Ga., are
visiting' Miks Ell. Balienger.
.W. Mc(CraxVv b
c ar-ge of the Piercing Ar
sale at Craig Bros. has returned
to his home in Spartanburg S. C.
-W. J. Bolt of Pickens, who
has been on an extended visit t a
Anderson (W has returned home
much improv~ed in health and
-eare requested to an
nounce that Mark 0. Looper,
who has been annoi unce(i as a
patrons of thi.s market for the
very fiattern g encouragement
they hel1 out to him.
-Miss Irene L. Clark that
most charming and loveable lit
tie lady, who for several sessions
has been teaching munsic at Lib
erty, will resumie her class of
mUusic in the Libertv Graded
school on August the :30th. Miss
Clark, who has been spending
her vacation with friends and
relatives in Georgia, will arrive
in Liberty on the 21st inst, to
the delight of her many friends.
-Wadle Bros., who have in
charge the Ashm ore WoodI Shop,
in Pic'kens, and who are good
workmen. have an ad. in this
paper bidding for your patron
age. They can build or repair
anything in the wood line you
want and (do a nice job. They
build good wagons and buggies
and (10 fine repair work on the
same. Now is a goodl time to
get them busy overhauling
-K. of P. Lodge met in their
.Castle H all in Pi< kens Mondlay
night. There was "sonmething
doing' all the time from the
L racket kept np. They must
wer \rt ainly bein i uynuer
Somiejod1v, Ir -''mudlhing a
their mieetinig Mnay niiht, or
anyway, as the trilunn louts
it, "'there was a dlivil of aj racket
a being kent un.
. ip was Per
wvill b)e in
m n m ne given through
these cohinuns. This is a good
organizatian mald the -insur11ance'
is one of the best no0w out. You
owve it to youre fonzily to c'arryx
.protectioni and the W. (1. W.
policy is one that will suit anyx
man's pocket-book. Any of the
miemibers will take pleasure in:
talking to Vou~ about the vari
ous fens ures of the organization:
or see B. J. Garvin, clerk, at
the Post Oftice.
--U' vou County Pair!
-Miss Eileen Taylor is visit.
in.-g in Charlotte, N. C., thi:
-Alaster Hiiansel Bivens is vis
iting relatives in Charlotte an(
Waxhaw. N. C.
--1r. Sam H. Ballenger, of
Greenville, was on a visit to
home folks Monday.
-Mr. Will Baily, of Anderson
S. C., was a visitor at the home
of Dr. J. L. Bolt this week.
-Misses Cora Springfield and
Carrii Robertson, of Greenville,
are visiting Mrs. T. R. Allen, in
--Mrs. J. L. Bolt and children
have retui'ned from Anderson,
where they have been visiting
-Miss Charlotte Dillingham
of Charleslen S, C. is visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B.
-Miss Mary Howell. of Trav
eller's Rest, S. C., spent last
week with Miss Grace Prince,
-Mrs. Olerverias and dlaugh
Ler, Miss Rita, from Savannah,
Ga., are guests at the home of
lon. Geo. S. Legare.
-Misses Essie Hagood and
Katherine Robinson, of Easley,
are guests at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Hagood.
--Miss Jessie Quinn, of Ruth
erfordton, N. C. has returned to
her home to the sorrow of her
many admirers in Pickens.
-Miss Blanche Williams has
returned to her home in Ashe
Ville, N. C., after a most pleas
ant visit to Miss Vesta Ashmore.
- Rev. D. D. Lander filled his
regnlar appointment at the Pick
ens Presbyterian church last
Sunday and preached two excel
lent sermons to appreciative con
-Ed. G. McDaniel, of Forest
City, N. C., is spending a time
with his father, J. H. G. McDan
iel, and other relatives in Pick
ens. His many friends are glad
to see him looking so well.
-Good old friend and neigh
mrenus smecerely sympathise
-Married in Walterborro, S.
C., on July 28th, Mr. Charles L.
Mauldin, of Central, to Miss An.
nie Simms, of Walterborro.
The happy young couple are at
home to their friends in Central,
S. C., where they are receiving
-A card fromn our friend L.
R. Dalton states that children's
Day excercises will be held 'it
Mile Creek church next Sunday
the 22d instant, to which the
public is cordially invited. An
interesting program is being ar
ranged for the occasion.
-At the Wyatt reunion held
last week there was a great
number of descendants present
and an enjoyable time w~as had.
Hon. Julius E. Boggs, the oratr
of the (lay, spoke on the subject
'A Good Name." "A good name
is rather to be chosen than great
riches." He handled the subjeci
well, and we shall give a syno
psis of it next week, as our col
lums are too crowded to handle
it this issue.
-There are a number of vis
itors in Pickens these (lays
They are constantly coming an
going, and by the same token,
some are also constantly staying
and we might also add others ar
conantly going. Be that as i
mar, the fact remains, Pickenm
is pretty well supplied with vis
itors-handsomfe and charming,
anid full of life and gaiety-aml
they are welcome, thrice wvel
conn-l. Our gates stand ajar
our1 d(ors are open, westand up
onl Ourl portals to embrace thenl
and bid them a joyous genuine
hearty welcome to ourlittle city
ageml inl thefooth ills of the Blun
HidZe, ad( we hope they will be
-onwl so charmnedl with our towi
that t hey will persuade thei
friends and relatives to visit u
and we hope they, ini tuirn, wi!1
becomie so~ imblIued with the sir
it of our chiarnms that thev wil
all look upon Pickens as "a ha'.
en of rest" and occupy the laun
permanently-or at least unti
after the fair.
Pickens County Fair Notes.
The Pickens County -Fair As
sociation will hold the annual
Pickens County Fair at Pickens
on Wednesday. Thursday and
1'riday, the 22nd, 23rd and 24th.
of September. Bear this in
min(d and get ready for the Fair.
September 22nd. 2rd and 24th,
the same being Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, are the
dfays fixed for the 1909 Pickens
Remember the days. Septem
22nd, 23rd and 24th.
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday, September 22nd. 23rd
and 24th 1909 are the days set
apart for the Pickens County
Evervbo)dv that has an exhib
it (I call -et one in shape for the
Pickens CoIItv Fiir should be
up aid doing as the Associatioi
is collecting valuable premiums.
!-N(-xt Nvt-o.k. am frmniiii tillie to
time, this paper w\ill give thel
prgram and the list of prem1iuns
which will be given fiir exhibits
to the Fair.
The Ladies' Dei)artmeint will
be one of the c.hief attractions at
the 1909 Fair. temmber the
dates aid let everybody get, an
exhibit readv and come to the
Fair to have a big time.
An electrical displav will be
one attraction at the 1909 Pick
ens County Fair.
Special farm exhibits in
which different exhibitors wil
compete for a prize offered for
the best collection of farm pro
ducts, will be one of the chief at
tractions of the Fair.
The Pickens County Fair is
designed to encourage Pickens,
people, and prizes will be offer
ed for farm products and ani
mals grown in Pickeis County.
In fact, everything .grown and
raised in Pickens County is
peculiarly the sibject of ex
-Born to Mr and Mrs. Frank
cFall, of Pickens, on the1 16th
instant, a (laughter.
-Married by G. W. Bowen,
N. P.. at the home of the bride's
estect, are requested to meet at
Old Pickens church on Wednes
day, August 25th, for the pur
pose of cleaning off the grave
-The piercing arrow sale of
Craig Bro., under the manage
ment of M1r. M1cCravy, of S par
tanburg, camre to a close last
Saturday night. It w~as a great
success and the people, generally
took advantage of the opportun -
ity to get seasonable goods at
-Pickens Chapter, R. A. M1.
will hold a special meeting on
tomorrow (Frid ay, August 20th)
night. for~ the purpose of con
ferring the RI. A. M. Degree.
All menbers are urged to be
present. Visiting brethern will
be welcomed. By order of B.
Lewis, H. P.
-The Bell Telephone Co.'s
holdings at Pickens. Easlev and
Liberty. with rural lines reach
ing into these points, has added
so much to the dluties of Mlaia
ger Bryan, of the Greenville of
fice, until it has become necessa
ry to place these three exchanges
off to themselves and they are
now under the management of
Mr. A. .R. Martin. with head
quarters at Easley, and he will
take pleasure in acting upon
your suggestions or listening to
Marietta R. F. 0. 2.
We are still having rain every
day in our burg. It layed by
the crops for some of us. and in
a shape, too, to make us feel
like starvation is getting pretty
-close at hand.
The big meetings are in full
sway up here now; rain and
mud dont seem to interfere
with church going much.
-Mr. George Masters and famn
ily from the Twvelv-e Mile camp
ground section. visitedl friends
and relatives, and attended the
(;ood meetings have just been
clsed at ( ) lenoy anid Nine
Fo' rks. Those who have been
att(ningi1l. the meeting at Nine
Forks are well pleased with the
Rev. Mr. Willis, of Greenville,
who has heen carrying on the
We are expecting a good
meeting at Peter's Creek, this.<
week. Bro. Mullenix, has our I
prayers for help and guidance E
in his labors, of love, for the i
A real sad accident happened
on this route Fridav evening, at
the sawmill of Mr. Henry Wil- t
liams. Lee Whitmire, (better if
known as Bub), who was off,
bearing lumber there, got his:i
right leg sawed almost off just I
above the ankle. He is now at I
the home of his father, Rev. i
Andy Whitmire, have been at ,
work up here for the past two E
Mr. D. C. McConnell is erect- I
ing i new house on the land
which he bought from Mrs. L. t
B. Williams about two years t
ago. Ie, his four sons. Itham t
Brooks, Gains Rollis..xi, and I
Claud Cox, all from near Belton, f
have been at work up here for I
the past two week. 9
Mr. Fred Jones talks as if t
this new house going up so near c
his home had set him in a notion E
to build a new house too. We (
hope so, it makes us feel good
to see our old mountain country
Some of us are getting anx- a
ious for Mr. Drake McConnell t
to go to building and clearing on a
his wood land, but he doesn't
seem to be in any hurry. Guess
he intends to outbuild. the rest
of us when he does start.
Twelve Mile River Association.
Meeting to be held at Traveler's
Rest Baptist Church on the
26th, 27th and 28th of
The union meeting of the
Twelve Mile River Association
will be held with the Traveler's
Rest Baptist church, beginning
on Thursday night at 7 o'clock, r
before the 5th Sunday in Au
At 7 p. m. Introductory. Ser
mon. Rev. B.F. Murphree.
At 8 p. m. Enrollment of Del
egatesand Report from Churches
At 9 p. m. A djournment.
~o. 1-What can we
do to stimulate ourchurchesto a
more liberal and systematic giv
ing to Missions?
Query No. 2-What are some t
of the greatest needs in tho Mis- I
sion Field of our Twelve Mile f
River Association? t
Query No. 3-Will the Heath- 1
en be saved if He never hears a
the Gospel of the Son of God? i
Rev. J. L. Hudson, S. W. Tow, r
and Rev. D. Littleton, and Rev, a
R. A. Hudson. c
Query No. 4-If a Man does a
the best he can will he not go toi
Frank Heaton, Rev, R. W.1
Rice, Robt. Hamilton and Jesse
Sunday the 29th. 1
At 10:30 a. m. Devotional
Exercises. Rev. L. M. Lyda. I
At 11:00 a. m. Missionary<
Sermon. Rev. W. M. Walker.
J. L. Murphree,
E. R. Waldrup,
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Notice of Cotton-Weigher's Election,
Pickens County, to be Located at
Pickens, S. C.
Notice is hereby given that an election
will be held for the office of Cotton
Weigher for the County of Pickens, and
the town of Pickens, on the thitd Satur
day in August, 1909, the same being the
21st dlay of August, 1909, at which elec
tion the polis will be open at 10. a. m.
and close at 5. p. mn.. and the polls will
b located in the City Hall building.1
For the purposes of this election the fol
lowing are appointed 3Managers, to-wit:
W. TV. Griffin. D. B. Finney and J. E.
At this election all qualified electors
will be allowed to vote, and the qualifi
cation of "qualified voters" shall include
all male citiz.-ns of the County of Pick
ens. S. C. who are patrons of the Pickens
cotton ma4rket who shall, on or beforeth
day fixed for such election. upon the pro
duction of his registration certiflcate,
procure from the Clerk of the Town
Council of the town of Pickens an addi
Itional certificate that he is a duly quali
fled elector under the laws governing
general elections in the State of South I
Carolina and entitled to vote in the an
nual election for Cot tou-'Weigher, pur
'suant to the provisionsof an Act approv
el February 2nd, 1905, and Acts amen
J R. A <hmore, B. B. Laboon,
He* Do You beel?
How often do we hear this
juerd, as we pass up awd d0Xw n
ife's pathway? Several times
ach day is it spoken to a pass
ng acquaintance, and, almost
nvariably there is in the answer
L note of complaint, a voice of
lespair, a trace of agony in the
one, as the reuark "I am not
eeling very well" sounds out,
aid upon a close, sympathetic
nquiry, the information is given
hat the back and kidneys are
he seat of trouble. Why is it
hus? Because people are
Lshamed to doctor for these dis
ases, from the fear of hum
iuggery; they have a mistaken
Lotion that they are born to
'Suffer the ills that flesh is heir
o," and there is no cure for
hese troubles. They are mis
aken. Hallum's Backache and
Eidney Cure is a known specifie
or weak back and all forms of
:idney and bladder troubls,
nd sold on a positive guarantee
o do what we claim for theim,
r you get your money back
very time. Try them and be
Pickens Drug Co.,
Pickens, S. C.
If your liver is sluggish and out of tone.
nd you feel dull, bilious. constipated
ike a dose of Chamberlain's Ston.ach
nd Liver Tablets tonight before retiring
rid you will feel all right in the n.orn
,g. Sold by all druggists.
Noice To Trustees And Teachers
The citizen of Six Mile have
ordially invited us to join them
n an educational ralley at Six
file on August 21. It is re
uested and desired by the
,ounty Board of Education of
'ickens County that every trus
ee and teacher in the county
e present. Teachers are re
uested to announce this in their
chool, and invite every body to
:o. Be sure and bring well fill
d baskets. Men of State wide
eputation will be there to ad
.ress us, besides several promi
ent speakers of this county.
R. T. Hallum,
Co, Supt, Ed.
.McD, Bruce, (Puff
dward Young etal (Dft.e
In pursuan'c of a decretal order in
hne above stated e: by Hloi. Chas~ U.
).mrzler disi J 1 .i 9Jh 19)), and on
le in the clerks office, I will sell to
be highest bidder on salesday in Se p.
909, during the legal hours for sale
t Pickens Court House S. C. the follow
rig lot of land to wit:-all that- certain
iece, parcel or lot of land situate, lying
rid being in the above named state and
ointy, and being within the incorpor
te limit of the town of Pickens, adjoin
ng land of Jim Gilliam, Diana Gritiin,
tichard Rosamond and others, said lot
ing on the south side ot West Main
itreet, and containing ond fourth (1) of
,n acre more or less and being the same
at of land deeded to Edward Young by
eter Griffin to which deed reference is
ereby made for a more complete dis
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for
apers and for recording the same.
~erms must be complied with within
ne hour or the priemises will be resold.
Aug. 14, 1909.
A. J. Boggs, (seal)
Clerk of Court.
TATE OF SOUTi'H CAROLINA.
County of Pickens.
5. L. Chamblin as adort.(PlfTi
In pursuance of a decretal ordler in
he above statedl case by lion. Chias G.
)antzter dated June 9. 190.). I wi'l
eli to the highest bidder on sileday in
.pt. 1909, during the legal hours for
ale at Picenen 2 t ct h u u~ S. C. the
ollowing lots of lan I to wit: All that
iece parcel or lot of land in the town
f Liberty coun'y and state aforesaidJ,
ni South Street k iown as Gin lot con
isting of two parts, first part c nt ain
ng 77- 100 of an acre except a corner en~
,he wvest side deeded to Job E. Smith.
econd part being on ..h-~ south cac.ner
>f said lot more fully describ '-.1 i a
leed from Job F. Simith to 11. A. B ,ggs
mnd D. A. Chamblin and has the follow
ng metes and b,ounds, h>egininmg a.ta
tone 3xo at s reet thence N 77 E. 2.
. 161 to a stone 3xo thence S 2U E 1Ii
o stone 3x, thence S 75 W'~2, 92 to a
tone 3x thence S. 13 E 2 38 to begin
aig corner containing seven eighths U
>an acre more or lesa; also all the aa
:hinery now on sLid lot consisting of
>ne 40 horse power Atlas Engine an'
>oil'er. 3 70-saw Pratt Gins. double box
ress and suction system complete, on.
athe,. one grist mill. one sa umill an
11 tonl w agonl scales
Tei ins cash. Purchas wre t > pa.y for
ll pape.zs and for the ree >rling of same.
'erms must be comnplie,l with, withiz
>e hour er. land will be re.sold.
.A . J. Boggs. (seal)
Clerk of Court.
70 Years with Coughs
We have had nearly seventy years of experience with
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. That makes us have great con
fidence in it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, weak throats,
and weak lungs. Ask your own doctor what experience
he has had with it. He knows. He can advise you
wisely. Keep in close touch with your family physician.
No achol in this cough medicine.ICAeC.Lwl,as
Be well; be strong. You can~not, iyu oels are cos=aed. The best laxative I
Ayer's Pills, all vegetable. Ask Your doctor if he woee *ibu& Doa She SAYS;
A A Liud
Buy a pint of Disinfectar
25 cents. It will last you
or four months to disinlicc.
closets, stables, hog-pens, wet
places, etc. Prevents sickness
flies and odors. See us, we,
will give full directions.
PICKENS DRUG CO.
al on ri
FRUIT JARS.-' Quart, per Doz., 75c. 1-2 Gal., per Doz.,
'JELLY TUMBLERS,-Large size, [heavily Tinned Tops] @
35c. per Doz.
Extra Fruit Jar Tops, at i 5c. & 25c. per Doz.
Ex. rings vr Rubbers, (the white kind) at 5c. per Doz.
No. i granulated sugar, (the sweet kind) @ 16 lbs. for the $i.oo.
NICE STONE JARS-The kind you huve been hunting to, put
pickled string beans and cucumbers in.
Good Apple Vineger, fine for pickling purposes,
OUR MID-SUMMER PRICE-REDUCING SALE on all of our sta
nie lines, such as Dry Goods. Dress Goods, Underwear, Ties:
Yours to please.
W. E. FREEMAN & CO.
"At the Old Stand."
"USE YOUR PHONE"
Phone your order to us and we will send it out promptly,
we keep a man to deliver goods to any part of the City.
If you need any thing in the drug line Call No. 24.
BOLT & CO.s
PICKENS, S. C.
IWE DON'T CUT THE PRICEI j
* The extra care and attention we put into the mni.u -
fscture of our products-such as buying purest :.nd *,
*best flavors and mixing the extracts, the buying of
g oood bottles and the seeing to their being clean .eachi *
and every oue of our bottles is washed, rinsed and!
*sterilized by hand,) the extra, but necessary time and
4 trouble to keep a clean place and furnish a pure drink,
*is why we mnaintain the price on our drinks that we do$
W Xe could mix our drinks and bottle in a slip-shod g
*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 in Pickens pays the same
*price 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 . "1: we never misrepresent any
thing to mz'$
* When yot 'nk our goods you are getting$
*as pure as car. -1 at the same price the other
*man paid. N. 'n our business.
SPICKENS 'lNG WORKS.
* R. L. Davis, Prt. : Pickens, S. C.