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THURSDAY DECEIBER 2. 1909,
Peary is entitled to the credit
of having discovered the Geo
graphic Society, anyhow.
According to a recent customs
ruling,a dol is not a toy. Pos
sibly it is an insect purchasable
ciefly at toy stores.-NewYork
If you slip on a banana peel
don't swear. -Rather be grate
ful for theopoortunity given you
to remove a snare from anoth
The Steinheil woman is
fleeing to America to escape
newspaper reporters says a news
item. Poor, tortured soul, her
mind "has went.'."
Now that the shirt-waist
girls have won their strike, we
can return cdmposedly to a con
mation of what Halley's
come do for usnext spring.
Chicago suffragette says she
never has sewed on a buttoli
for her husband and never will.
But it's ten to 1 she makes him
button her up te' back.
Vice. President Sherman be
moans the fact he isn't known
even in his home city. Such i'n
gratitude. He may realize some
day how immunity iike that is
to be prized.
Sometimes it almost looks as if
Senator Aldrich were beginning
to fear that the business of fool
ing allthe people all the .timneis
not, nearly so prosperous as it
used to be.-Inidannapolis News.
A great deal 'of unwarranted
surprise has -been manifested
over Ugncle Joe -Cannon giving
only a dime to the pretty St.
Louis girV who "tagged" him.
The real woi er is that he gave
Burr Pack, of Connecticut,
seeks divorce at the age of 70.
As he has never been divorced,
it might pay to surround him
with a tent and exhibit him in
Mrs. Josephine Sullivan is
,the first - policewoman of -Chi
cago. She was sworn in the
other day and invested with all
the authority and privileges
given to special policeman of
Mr. Taft bewails the -limit
ations which have been set
about the authority of the Presi
dent. It was not noticed that
-his predecessor was hampered
by these limitations.-Roch
Now comes a nice young
woman, of Boston, who declares
that the question of dress is a
casual &ne. To many men the
question of woma's attire has
long been a casualty.-'-New
-The careful buyer and the
practical housewife do not make
'the mistake of waiting for the
"rnsh" in order to secure their
Christmas goods. They realize
that the stocks of goods
are coming in every day and
that the early buyer gets the
S pick._____ __
It become~s our sad duty to
chroni'le the death of Mrs. Jus
-tina. the beloved wife of E. H.
May, which occurred at
me near Norris on the 9th
t. The deceased was sick
few days and the an
ienf, of her death cast a
ver the entire commun
a life that preached
eral here upon this
estring of vehicles
ethe hearse to her
p lace bore witness
to thel ife she lea.
The deceased was 55.years old
last March and had been a con
sistehit member of the Baptist
church for 21 years having join
ed when young at the 61d Toxa
way Baptist church in North
Carolina. Shehadlately moved
her membership to. the new
Baptist church at Norris.
/ 'She was a daughter of Mr.
Asa Patterson and leaves six
sisters, a loving husband and
12 or 13 children to mourn their
loss. She spoke of her death
and said she was going to her
baby that preceded her to tOhe
grave 11 years ago.
It was a touching funerai ser
mon that Rev. B. C. A kin-son
preached from the texi,. "Where
is Mother?" "If a man dies
shall he live again?" After the
funeral services her remains
were interred in the Golden
Creek cemetery to await the
resurrection. The following
acted as pall bearers: W. C.
and Whit Gaines,-Melton Gam
brell and son Harmon, Henry
Maddox and Joe Brock.
It was only the 12th day of
last May that the writer was
one among the many invited
guests who attended a family
reunion in honor of Mr. E. H.
Galloway's birtday. It was an
ideal day and every one present
seemed to enjoy themselves ex
ceedingly well. Mr., and Mrs.
Galloway had gone to a great
deal of expense 'to prepare for
the oocasion and they left noth
ing' undone that day to mar the
pleasure of any one present.
- Rev. B. C. Atkinson and Bros.
J. C. Garrett and S. W. Howard
were present and made talks,
each of whom spoke in highest
terms of the reunion we were
then enjoying but said we all
would beyond a doubt never
meet here upon this earth again
on such occasion but spoke of
the reunion beyond this vale of
Mrs. Galloway was the first
one among that number, so far
as we know, to join that great
reunion above but by and by we
all can, and will, set at God's
table and enjoy, the, hospitajlity
that has been awaiting us for
many years.it we will only have
our-lamps temmed and burning
when He. comes.
Oh what a glorious .thing it
must be when we are lying on
our death bed, know and realize
of a truth that our time here
upon this troublesome earth is
only a few minutes, and we can
look to heaven and see the an
gels waiting to accompany our
Who can keep from shouting
and singing the praises of God?
Miss Lillie Boroughs, of Pra
ters, accompanied by her sister,
Mrs~Samn Boggs, returned from
an extended visit to Calhoun
Messrs. T. M. and G. F. Nor
ris have bought Mr. J. H. Chap
man's real estate adjoining the
Norris Cotton Mill Co. Mr.
Chapman has bought near Six
Mile and will move to it.
A good deal of real estate is
changing hands and a general
migration will soon take place.
About all the cotton is picked
out and sold in this section.
There is a good deal of small
grain being sown.
Several fellows have been on
the stools of repentance this fall
but those who have been baptis
ed with 12 cents say when the
future buyer comes next fall he
will not find so many mourners
at the bench.
Bought wit is good when the
price come high.
.If you make a bad debt stick
the tighter, show your nerve,
and profit therebyr B.
--The Pickens, County Union,
will meet at Pickens, C. H.,
Tuesday, Dec. the 7th, at 11a. m.
This is a very important meet
ing, and a good attendance is
desired. I hope all the locals
will bear this in mind and have
a full delegation, on hand in
John T. Boggs, Sec.-Treas.
IA seventy-nine acre farm, one
and one half miles from Catee
chee Cotton Mill. Two houses;
about 50 acres open; well water
ed; on public road. Willt cut it
into small tracts. Terms'reason
able, prices low. Other lands
for sale in the co munity.
Come to see me if you want a
TiDoctor's irst Question
"Ho are your bowels?" This is generally the first ques
tion doctor asks. He knows what a sluggish liver
m He knows what a long list of distressing com
plain esult from constipation. .He:knows that headaches,
bilio attacks, indigestion, impure blood, and general
debili are often promptly relieved by a good liver pill.
We ,h you would talk with four own doctor about
this suject. Ask him at the same time if he approves
of Ayr's Pills. Do as he says. T C.A trCo.,LowellMass.
DO You D01ill
The Greatest Cold Weather Drink is $
Made by the Pickens Bottling Works who have the ex- #
clusive right in this territory for putting it up. Beware #
of others claiming to put it up or having "something #
just as good."
We Are the Only Distributors in This 0
Inquire of your friends about the Great Winter Drink, 0
(TRADEMARK REGISTERED.) .
touches the spot." It is a great cold-breaker. 0
Get a keg out of this car-load-you might not get a 0
ance later on. All orders filled promptly by
jPICKENS BOTTLING- WORKS,':
R. L. Davis, Prop'r. ; : Pickens, S. C. 0
Soft Drinks, Tobaccos, Candies,
Fruits, . A A Prduce.
See my line. I have a nice selection of delectable goods
and can please you both in quality and price.
I deliver goods anywhere in the city.
Your patronage respectfully solicited.
W. A. THOMAS,
Next Door to Meat Market. Pickens, S. C.
Shoes.' Shoes. Shoes?
We have a line of Shoes that we wouid be glade: for you to
see. Of course in seeing them is no money for us, but we
kniow for you to see them and consider the quality, style and
low price at which we are selling them'you are sure to buy.
Below we' quote a few prices that we feel cannot be beat
Ladies Coarse Shoes:-i lot no. 721' "Arthur's Perfection,V'
Veal Calf polish, at $1.15
1 lot 401 "Domestic" Kangaroo polish at $1.25
1 lot Mule Skinin plaiu toe and cap. Special at $1-55
Fine Shoes.-Our "Virginia Girl" Patent Tip Shoe at $1-50
can't be beat anywhere. It is as solid as a rock..
Men's.Work Shoes:-No. 220, heavy Tan, Long Vamp, cap
toe, at $2.00.
Same as above in black at $2.00.
"Mesenger," a good "Brogan" at $1.25 a pair. Size 6 to 11
Men's Fine Shoes:-A good Gun Metal at $2.25.
"True Merit" Shoes in patent or Gun Metal leathers at
$2.75. This is a good welted shoe and is equal to most of
the $3.50 shoes.
Little "Broags" for the boys at $1.15. We heve a strong
line of children's coarse shoes at 85c. and upward.
1,200 yards of heavy Outing; 1oc valne, at 8%c per yard.
We have this in almost any color or stripe.
Heavy Underwear for men, women and children: at a good
You should see our line o~.f Fascinators, Scarfs. and Shawls
at 25c and Soc.
When you are in the market for anything kept in a Variety
Srore you will do well to see our goods and get prices.
Let us fit you up in shoes for your whole family. We will
make special prices on lots. -
Yours to satisfy..
W. E FR EE MAN & CO.
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'Frsh ullailT's ANDYg
R. E. LEWiS, Ph. G., Proprietor
A UCTION SALE
Choice Residence lots.
EASLEY, S C
Saturday, December 4th, 10:30 a. m
On the above date we are going to sell at auction
to the highest bidder about 50 of the best residen ce
lots to be had in the town of Easley, S. C. This pro
perty has been consigned to-us to be sold absolutely
regardless of price and it is going to change hands
no mnatter what it brings. Your price will be ours at
this sale. Penny and Thomas, the four twins, who
manage our auctioneering department, will conduct
the sale and lots will be sold at the rate of one a min
ute. Music will be furnished by the AMERICAN
REALTY AND AUCTION COMPANY'S CON
CERT BAND and a big time for all is expected.
Come out and see the twin auctioneers, hear them
each speak at the same time and in the same tone of
voice. See the Thomas brothefs, the t wihs who assist
in the sales. Doni't forget the day and fail to be on
hand. The lots will be sold on very easy terms and
it will be a chance of a life=timne, a golden opportuni
ty, to make an investment that-will pay y'ou a hand
some profit in a short time.
Remember the day: Saturday. The date: December 4th,
and1 don't fail to attend. Rain or shine we sell lots.
American Auctionl anld Realty Co.,
GRE ENSBORRO, N. 0.A
COLOR in Fabrics*
Will be a marked feature of the fall
and winter season; a great variety
of beautiful patterns is being shown.
Some of the new colorings are so t~~'~
attractive that men are apt t') neg
lect the plain blue serge or black
- ~ ~ Ve advise you to have at least ~
one good blue or black suit, in ad-.
dition to the fancy, colored weaves,
and a black or Oxford Gray Over- . *-r:
fl/i coat, in addition to the fancy fabric.
'L This permits a cha .age, and dives
each suit a rest; to get cleaned and
~~ 4 pressed. It prolongs the life of all
7 ~ your clothes, to treat them this way.
Look into our show wind!ows, you will see there a display of flew models frontm eo
the foremost makers, they represent the latest fashions, and you will spot them atsOnce as
winners, Yours to please,onea