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1 Some tags You Know and Some |
I . Ton DOfl't Know About Our
Towns, County & People
' ?1910, we Welcome you.
?The first ?>ld snap of 1910
Tsriow with u|.
k TVi a antlinl Tlilfri'lnttinra n#
that class of leople known as
"renters," ha! begun.
?To our fri nda, patrons and '
readers, we w h you a happy 1
and prosperou year for 1910. /
'?The stude ? of the fcounty,
who have bet spending the
jholldays at h le, have return4-V?v*
wiQw?f I vn nnl 1 i\cma I
CU V\J KliUlI Jtvwj ^V* ? v vvitv^^uo.
-?Married a ho homo of Rev.
B. C. Atkinf l Dec. 22, Mr.
William Holic to Miss Lula
Merck, Rev B . Atkinson officiating.
John P. Smitl ft on tho 21st
of December f a trip to Texas, |
where he goes a visit to his
?N. A. Chripher will occut>v
the J. E. irsons house in
Pickens, and \ J. F. Harris
will move to tfiomo that Mr.
Christopher va^s. (
?D. Winchej, of Hazel, believes
In raislnhe heccesary 1
hupplles at honknd as an evlillnt.
hp (1 Mra W lioa
lAVi'W -.w AIA4U. ? * . HUO
Bent to this otlid nice turiiip
weighing 6i Ms. It made
the editor eu exjnt mess.
?Marri&d on 14th instant
at 2 p. m., at tlymie of the
^officiating miniil Miss Maggie
Mull to M. A. Clark, ,
Rev, A' S. WlA-o, ofliciat- (
litiv . All nf t.htt Ur fJ in cap.
Vfc 1^* VWHI UVV ^
tlon of the county he happy .
young couple hdhe liearty 1
good wishes Qeir many
friends for a loprosperous
,^r^LiboHv lg>dlb. 235, F. J
* IK iiretOTet folfioW'iiiK
officers on Debt. J. H. \
Chapalear. W. MS. Chris- ,
topher, S. W.; Jiriffin, J. ,
W? J. O. Gentry,?Bokrs,
8. I).; Parker l\ Treas.;
"W. H. ChapmanBoggs,
tyler;J. ^laCKpHutch- (
ings, stewards, the in- '
Btallatlon an eldbanquet 1
?Mr. David Iidied on 1
the 26th nit., an buried '
the day follow in t^ath at .
Gross Roads churtW^ con_
course of sorrow^latives i
and friends witne|K0 0^. ^
se^ules. Mr. ^served
through the war a}sover_ '
ft.1 snns in the < Mr
Sheriff Brown is jty for 1
the statement thatH j10t;
now living in the ci man '
who had sans in tl^long <
with himself. If t Ono
we would like to kfy ^ j9 i
as a matter of inforj ;
?Miss Louise Jori pop- \
ular little "hello" t,he Pickens
was tho happy rey a
purse of money gijher !
during tho holidays
scrlbors of this cxchkj88
Jones asks us to tn0jy '
convey her thanks tdorg
and to say to them tLp.
predates their thougf0f
he? and to assure tj,er 1
bost wishes that pros^y
alw.wo smile on th^
assure them that her^
to please and servo i|j
ft'.ways be at their j !
?II. M. Dil worth a|y |
W1U to PickeL |
about aary 1st to tr t
home. Mr. Dilwoith 0 ,
charge of 0. L. Dea j
the town of Pic> ]
ii quite as good a fail |
is salesman, and that ;
too little* Prior to his
meat by C. W. & J. ; j
Ui 4-Krtlt* of/\*?A
414 vuvtt niA/iu 11^41 |
ft euccossful farmer ord,
w*fl placd near Con not >
' and Mrs. Dllworth willj
t>u our midst, p.n(^
ry With them to their ilj
the best wishes of man^
?Kfaowee Courier. !
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Does not Cc
Stops railing Hair
Composed of Sulphur, Glycerin, Quinin, ?
Water, Perfume. Ask your doctor his
Does not Cc
j. o. at?? com fa
?Mr. G. E. Tolley, a well
known business man and citi
xen of Anderson, died at his
homo in that city last week.
?Married by G. W. Bo wen,
N. P., Mr. Walkor Boyd to Miss
Sarah Crow all of the Lenhardt
section of Pickens, S. O.
?Married by G. W. Bowen,
N. P., Mr. John Rigging to Miss
Ola Simmons, all of the Glassy
Mountain Section of Pickens
Thirty acres of good corn and '
cotton land to rent to somo one
furnishing their own stock. I
Apply to Mrs. E. F. Field, Pickens,
S~ C. It. F. D. No. 1.
?Olin Hinton, who for some
time past has been with the Big
Store has severed his connection
with this firm and has gone to
Easley where he will go into
business fnr himoolf
?Last Monday was Salesday
and a goodly crowd was at the
court house. There were several
tracts of land sold at good
prices and later sonic property
changed hands at private sale.
?Married, on Wednesday at
11 o'clock the 29 of Dec., 190!),
Mr. LawerftllCfl Harmr t.n Miuo
Emmar Stewart both of Pickens
county. W. C. Seaborn officiating.
?Last Monday was County
Union meeting day and all the
local unions wore well represented.
Business of mnch importance
was transacted. Further
information is not at present
(1 AT 1^! 1C3 Knnlr f
v. M vn 10 uaoiv ell IIIU
Dig Store ready to serve his
friends and customers to the
best^of his ability. ?harUe is a
Ejood salesman and lie has many
friends throughout the county
who are delighted to know that
tie has again cast his lot in
?The many friends in Pickens
of Julius E. Parsons, will
learn with regret that he has
moved to .Willianston. "Jule,"
who has been at the Big Store
soes to Williamston to assume
charge of a merchantile iirni
there, and it goes without saying
that he will make good in
Ills new field of labor. Pickens
hates to lose him and his excellent
family but wish for them
ill the good luck imaginable,
ind heartily commend them to
the people of Williamston.
?li. E. Yongue. of Pickens,
left Monday with a force of
carpenters, for Blairs, S. C.,
where ho goes to erect a large
storehouse for Messrs Blair, Fra?ier
& Co. Mr. Yongue is a
?ood carpenter and a fast one
and turns off work in a hurry.
There is no reason for "Bob"
bo go away from home to work
as there ought to be plenty of
work in Pickens for him to conbract
for. Present indications
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itic iniav u ^icai uuai ui HWIMllIl^
will bo (lono in and around the
town this spring.
?Married on Dec. 29th, 1900,
at the residence of Mr. W. Field
Hays, Mr. J. A. Jones, son of
Esq. A. A. Jones to Miss Nina
Hays, lK)th of Pickens, M. F.
Hester N. P., in his usual way
performed the marriage cere
mony. After the marriage, the
bride, groom and guests were
Invited to the dining room where
the dining table was laden with
many good things to help the
inner man which Mrs. Hayes
knows how to fix as she surely
knows how to cook. The groom
and [bride proceeded on up to Esq.
A. A. Jones where many good
things wore awaiting them. In
ill, this was among the nicest
weddings the Notary was at.
There were many nice presents
<iv3n to the new couple. Many
congratulations for a long, happy
and prosperous life, was
showed upon the happy young
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lor the Hair
An Elegant Dressing
Makes hair Grow
>odium Chlorid, Capsicum, Sage, Alcohol,
opinion of such a hair preparation. ,
lor the Hair
MT. l/owell. MM?.
can furnish stock to cultivate
forty acres of land, rental one
third corn & fodder. One fourth
cotton and seed. I have three
vacant houses. Call 011 John
T. Lewis, Hazel, S. C.
?See notice of mass meeting
at School Auditorium Friday
night, at 8:30. Let every patron
of the Pickens School be present,
as matters of the utmost impor-|
tance are to be discussed. It
behoves every parent to attend. |
The School needs help and tho
trustees need your ideas for
procuring this aid. Fail not to
be on hand.
The Hopewell Corespondent of
the Tugalo (Westminister, S.
C.,) Tribume says: Will Kimbell
and family, from Pickens
county, spent part of Christmas
here among relatives Mrs. J.
Cr "Vfr.'SAriinrf nr nvwl ? 1 '1
from Liberty, returned home
Wednesday from a visit here to
her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Pickens Freddie Pickens is
visiting relatives in Pickens
county at this writing Mr.
and Mi's. J. E. Pickens are snnnd-1
ing Christmas among relathes
?The citizens of Central were
greatly shocked last Sunday to
learn that one of their best beloved
citizens, Mrs. James H. !
Rowland was dead. She had |
been sick but a short time and
hopes were entertained for her
recovery, but the grim reaper,
death, had marked her for his
own. Besides a loving and de
voted husband and two children,
she leaves a host of relatives
and friends to mourn her untimely
death. The remains
were interred at old ML Zion
cemetary on Monday afternoon
a large concourse of relatives
and friends witnessing the sad
rites. Much lias been taken
from this sorrowing huslmnd
and two little motherless children,
and the large circle of relatives
and friends; sweet ties
have been severed, but much
is left. The Christian's hope
and fadeless memories are still
theirs. Her life was gentle, but
like the still waters it was deep.
In her her heart of hearts she
carneci inose sne loved, and j
hor hand was never weary,
and her step never failed in
ministering unto, caring for,
waiting upon those who were in
anyway dependent upon her.
'I'lin ItmUi H... 1 I- 1
j iic uglily uiu UUII It? IS J^UIie 1
out and the inmates sit in darkness,
hut there is a bright light,
leading upward that is beckoning
tttem to the home above
where sorrow and death is unknown
and part ings are no more.
To the sorrowing husband and
children the deep and sincere
sympathy of many friends is
II Traveling S*l?rniHn
II. F. BeerB, 617-7th Ave., Peoria, III.,
writes: "I have been troubled for some
time wiih kidney trouble, bo severely a&
times I could scarcely carry my grips.
After UHing one bottle of Foley's Kidney
Fills I have been entirely relieved, and
cheerfu'ly recommend them to all."
Foley's Kidney 1'ills are healing and
antiseptic andyWill restore health and
Keowee Pharmacy, Pickens Drug (J >.
Pickens, Perkins Pharmacy, l.iberty.
Card ot Thanks.
Mr. Editor will you please be!
ho kind as to allow me space in
your valuable paper to thank I
our friends and neighbors who
gave us such noble help and assistance
with their presence and
words of cheer and comfort consolation
and prayers for sustain
ing grace during the Illness and
death of our dear devoted niothAfnnil
n>ui?uuiwiioi> juuj vjuu s
richest blessings and heavens
choicest benedictions rost upon
yon and your family with comforting
grace to help yon in
yonr every timo of trouble.
This card Is at most only a weak
and feeble effort and very idacU
"1n"111 I I I '" "I "m.B!
iqueate to expreks the gratitude
of our hearts to you for your
kindness to us, and it shall ever
be our prayer if it is yours to
pass through ruc.1i sorrow mid
trouble us wo are now experienceing,
that God will supply
you with comforting and sustaining:
grace. J. A. Hunnicutt
It is a dangerous thing to tuko a cough
medicine containing opiateu that merely
atiflle your cough instead of curing
it. Foley's Honey and Tar loosens and
uares me cougn ana expels the poisoi ous
g^rms, thus preventing pneumonia
and consumption. Refuse substitutes
and take only the genuine Foley's lioney
and Tar in the yellow package.
Keowee Pharmacy, Pickens Drug C >.
Pickens, Parkins Pharmacy, Liberty.
The patrons of Pickens Ili^h
School and of the Graded School
are respectfully invited to attend
a meeting to be held in the
School Auditorium on Friday
night, January 7, U)10, at 8.30.
A full attendance is urged, as
matters of pressing interest are
then to ho discussed.
T. J. Mauldin,
Board of Trustees.
Simple It medy For I.hGiIp.
LaGripe coughs are dangerous. an
they frequently develop into pneumonia.
Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops
t'ie cough, hut heals and strengthens
the lungs 60 that no serious results need
be feared. The genuine Foley's Honey
a id T .r contains no harmful drugs and
i? in a yellow package.
Kl'OWVL1 PhflrninRr. Pirlnmu llrncr i
Pickens, Parkins Pharmacy, Liberty.
Attention to the Coming Legislature.
It is a bad policy for any one
to talk about another behind
their back, because they are not
there to show up the other side.
We might make a lot of good
men appear in a bad light by
only showing up one side.
But here we are face to face
and if the present Legislature
has any u:ood side let them show
I ask them where their prohi
bition is in this State? J answer:
It is only on the pages of a few
political papers and in the minds
of fools. Is there a single city,
town, village, yea, asingle community
Whero whiskey is not
sold to any one who has the price
noteven minors excepted?
Are there not more people
selling whiskey today in this
state than over before?
Where does the profits go? 1
am sure the schools are not getting
it, and there is where it is
most needed. Now it takes
twenty-tive to fifty dollars per
month out of the average man's
pocket, besides his tax, if he
tries to educate his children.
Do you remember what I told
... r x i i ? *
yuu iroin uic suimp inree years
ago about rations and the price
they would go to?
Now if this legislature don't
appropriate at least one-quarter
million dollars annually for the
common schools in the country
the best farmers will be forced
to move to town and leave the
negroes without hossef, and then
the farm that produces from 50
to 1(X) head of cattle, sheep and
hogs for the market that goes
direct to the nearby town, will
come up lacking and then the
nrnof/?v?i n\Ar?f n
J..V1I/11 ..V/OKV1II muaia win IIUVC
to bo absolutely used here, and,
mind vou, the wholesale price
of beef in Chicago is 10c. the
The legislative man who has
tlio poor of our country at heart
should go (o doing something
for our benefit and not so much
that is to our injury as they
have been doing.
M. W. Hester.
I' n c ii in o n in Follows A Cold
but never follows the use of Foley's
Honey nncl Tar, which Stops the cough
heals the lungs, and expels the cold
from your system.
Keowee Pharmacy, Pickens Drug CV,
Pickens, Paikins Pharmacy, Liberty.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens,
f).. T l> XT 1 ?? i . T .
i\v a. i). newucr.v, rroonie judge.
Whereas, T J. Jonef. ma le unit to
me to grant him I/ettt'iM of Administration
of the Estate and effects of
Abraham J. Jon<s.
These are therefore, to cite all and
singular tho kindred and creditors of the
Bj.i I Abraham J Jones deceased, that ihey
be and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Pickens on I hi'
20th day of Jan. 1010 next, after publication
hereof, nt 11 o'clock in he forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have,
wh\ the said administration should not
Given under my hand this 6th dny of!
January Anno Domini 1010. 1
J. B, Newberry, I
J- P. P, 0. 1
I 1 k X Tm r
Farm Lais ati Tom
In considering what to buy for
New Year's ^ift, did it ever occur t
would never wear out or decrease ?i
each Christmas or New Year's conn
b.rs and cents than it now costs?w<
gills' Real estate values are climbit
Your grandfather told your fal
you, "had I bought land ten year:
fortune." Are you going to lei thi
the time, Pickens county the place ;
with "the goods."
Put these together. "A word to 1
"THE REAL, ESI
Office over Keowee
ir 1: . 1
ii my nsi uoes not contain your \
Sec me if you want to buy.
P 1 + n r
lY^cil JU^tctlC dill
Four nice building lojs oil 1 .e
streec, Terms to suit purchaser.
If you desire to buy land or 1<>
pared to meet your wants, and wil
List your laud or any property
We have town lots and many (
1 11 ..<? ??.K
i^./u x. Kin iu nr> ^llCll 111 UC(
We will be a^ your service, alw
Yours for business and lair tre:
CAREY & C
Stairs St. PEcl
'Phone No. ,1=;. Offir r*v
Arc !).e <!? tie . !ciii?1 you e;m Imy, if
" a son why we do not
ehea i t .1' any kind. IVoplc 1
\ h? . jii > lor results?so we buy and
suits no matter what use thev arc put
Thanking you for youi patronai^
retain it during l'.tlo by fair and court
Next Door to Post Office. *?
GREEN VI LI
Dry Goods, Shoes, I
To the readers of the Sail
You arc hearing ol HIGHER pric
I believe Cotton will be higher. I r
have boiKjht one of the lnriT<;t :
goods?piece goods, nvn's and woi
shoes?in a word, a stock of goods
general public, that I have ever had
POSITIYKLY that my prices arc
goods LOW ICR than last season.
. I do not advertise to give away g<
for Cr.?I (.in'f dn flint K I I I fA
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PRICES with tin; "j^ivc a ways" and
values, 1 will not ask you to buy. I
do all I can, LEGITIMATELY, to g
A F.;i' Dml. You
A. K. P
Wont JL3n*L I C3rX*OC
Lots for Sale.
that Christmas present or
.o you that something that
1 value?something that as
is will bring more in dol3uld
be a most appropriate
ig every year.
1 .) r . i ii
.m;r, ciiki your iainer told
i a<^o I would have made a
s be true of you? Now is
uul 11. M. Hester the man
he wise is sufficient1." See ,
"ATE MAN "
Pickens, S. C.
vants I'll find it lor you.
k 3. O.
wis Street, adjoining Ann
Is, see us. We are pre1
take jjreat pleasure in
you wish to dispose of at
ounty plantations for sale,
id o( Real Kstate.
it ) .1, JW11 |M UjH.I l) , VJl IA.I
kens, S. C.
c:r Frreman Building. |
it is results you want.
have anything to do with
,1,, in,! I..i?- i r ... < "
.. . .. w? imi> I / I 11 mi Mill.
sell the kinds t hat give rein.
i> din ing and hoping t<>
eons I real men! and
i>: l. . r?
I 1CKC11S, O.
,E, S. C.
r nderwcar. etc
I rim riflnil t<> !??*
- w..? ^mvi L V / Dll y llUil
mi also idad to say that 11
tnd best selected stocks of
ncn's underwear, blankets,
suited to the needs of the
, and I say to you MOST
C) HIGllKR.and on some
oods?' ? sell a ioc. article
in pare MY GOODS and
if I do not ^ive better
want your trade and will
et it. 1 promise you
r Money's Worth.
>nvillo, S. C2
The time for taiting returns for fiscal J
year 1910, will open January 1st and
continue until Febuary 20th without i
penalty. 00 per cent as prescribed by
law will be added on all returns of per
. ?vt.ui |/iw|?L-iiy nut ruiuniea oeiore Jb'eo!
Thin will bethiyearto return real
eatiite again in order that the s line may
; be brought before the Township board
to benpsesed p.nd equalized.
Tim A .;t? i.;- r-? i .
^..v ouuitui Wi iiin uo|juijr wiu DO ac
the following placc'B to take returns.
Calhoun, January 10;
Central, January II forenoon 12.
Ingaqueena Cotton Mill Jan. 12 after
Cateechee, January 13, fore noon.
Norrifl, January 13, after noon.
Liberty January 14 & forenoon 15,
LibatiY Cotton Mill, Jan. 15 after
Easley, January 17 and 18.
Easley Cotton i 1 i January 19 fore
(ilenwood Cotton Mill January 19,
Cross Plains January 20, (E. Freemans
LoopeiB Gin January 21, fore noon.
I >acuscille January 21, after noon,
Peters Greek Jauuary 22. fore noon.
Pumpkintown January 25.
Holly Spring January 26.fore noon.
East a toe January 26, after noon.
Mile Creek J a iiiarv 27,
Six Mile January 2b.
Praters January 2D, fore noon.
Returns will be taken in the auditors
uuiiiiu uiu >vuoiu nine.
N. A. Christopher.
J. E. HOCifitt \V. K. FINDLEY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, 8. C.
The hri'!.! 'roots are the
busy stiv tiio stores that
use Kleetri i'.y sonorously, judiciously?for
purposes of adver
tisingas well as illumination,
are the ones that get the greatest
Do you know of any big successful,
progressive stores not
using Electricity for either interior
or exterior lighting.
,J ust. think that over,
A store may shut its (lows at
sunset, hut if its show windows
are properly dressed and electrically
lighted, they are doing as
. .<1*. .< ! ivn r ... *1
. .. < ..IV OWIHUIII^ H'l I III 11* 'XI
<lav's business as a corps of
Tim now Tunnsloii I, imp*
w ill K'VO you niiiri' iti'd butI
it 11k'1 ?f<?r lex* inuimy
11>ii ii Hiiy oilier i 11 uin i na nl,
\\ r 11<- or ' I'll one for our o pee ?
Ivy Water, IJ <> lit
and Power Co.
Summons for Relief. <
State of South Carolina.
County <>f Pickens.
In Common l'loas (\>nrt.
Summons for l'olicf Complaint Served,
Susie Hester imd Blanche Mc.-s r,
Mary I'.. Martin, I.ettie Newton, Mattio
I lister, Myra Lay C>x, Mrs C. M.
Martin, \V. Clayton, Mattio Dickson,
Lottie Holt and Jessie Dobbins,
To (lie Defendants above nauisd,
You are h< reby mimaud required
to answer^the com;.! i nl in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to s -rve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber at his oflicc Pickens
South Carolina within tw. utv days after
the service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint within the time
aforesaid, the Plaintiffs ill the action
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated March 'Jlst A. I). 1!)07.
A. ,T. Uo^gs iseali
Clerk of Court.
.Julius I". Moires
l'luintiir s A Morn iy.
To 1 ,f I t if 1 loll:
Take notice tluit ll c complaint was
liloil in the olliff of tho Clerk of Court
on tin 1 I lay of March 1 t>0T.
.Julius II. UoggH,
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Al l- peiMHiH holding rlniins agaii.Ht
11.....^.i.i. - i ? *- -
V..0 > OKIl- VM 1111' 1?1 I v " .WIS I' . A. I'j. ivirksey
must present tin- sumo duly proven
on or before the la ilay of February
UHO, or lie debarred pavment; and nil
persons indebted to said estate, must
make payment on or he fort* the above
date, to the undersigned.
J If. KiiUsey,
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
AliL persons holding claims againgt
the estate of tha late Slary MoCombes
must present the name duly proven on
or I Mr I or o the 15 day of January 1010
or be debarred payment and all persons
indebted to said estate, must make paytr.fftt
on or before the above date, to