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liYOU WANT A FARM
MUTE MB FOR LIST.
] ave sonic fine farms on my
list kely tin; very tiling yon are
loo ng for.
T M 4 1
<j . it. Asnmore,
Pickens, 8. C.
- Horn on the Oth instant, to
Mi and Mrs. Frank Ferguson,
offickens, 1?. 2, a fine boy.
IT) H T.l II 1
rxvuv. j->. u. ivinrpnroe, wo
uiflerstand,* fell oft* a building
am broke 0110 bono in Lis arm,
oil? day last week. Jlois getti?K
along nicely, so report says.
i?iSI r. John T. Langston, of
lickens, was called Monday to
tfie bedside ol his sister, Moil
(lay who is very low at her
ionic in Walhalla She is not
^XpCCtod to live.
?John and Bon Gravely, sons
of "Uncle Bal" Gravely, who
llQVn lwwiti \ieil in*.' i./.l n i tr/?n I
UK/ v ?/v_\ ii * ion ini\;iciu v ro hi
this county for Uie past three
weeks, returned to their home
in Texas Inst Monday.
? Dr. V. S Porter was called
Monday t<? Westminister to the
bedside of his father, who is
very ill. He found him hotter.
Mr. Poller is 82 years of age
and getting pretty feeble.
?There is ?n epidenic of
pnemonia in the six Mile section
of the county. Among those
sick are:Mi's. R. Abercrombie;
a daughter of J'. 10. Garrett;
a cinkl ol I'id Uarrett; a daughter
of I>11<i Elleubur^. We hope
they may all hood recover.
?Rev. C. L. Cnii^ and family
returned to Walhalla last
week from Newberry. where
tliev had resided for :i. vcnr.
i.Tr. Crai^ will next Moniloy assunit!
the duties of assistaht to
Clerk of Court John F. Craig.
Their return to Walhalla is the
source of much pleasure; to
friends here.?Keowee Courier
?Nowlt Ciantt, who lives near
(Memson College, was committed
to jail Saturday on the charge
of rape. The offense is alleged
4.. 1....... 1 .1
HI Iiiivi- iR-fll ? Ollllllll leil SOIlie
time a^o. (lantt was apprehended
at Salisbury, X. C\, and
brought to tin; Oconee jail after
a preliminary hearing, held at
Olemson. Hoth (lantt and the
woman connected with the ease
arc colored.?Keowee Courier.
?Miss Let hie Barker and
brother, Paul K.. left last Tuesday
for a visit to relatives and
friend:, in Pickens. Paul having
returned yesterday. MissLethie
will spend some time in and near
uonirai heiore returning home
Misses Elsie and Ma^gio
Morgan and brothers, Lyston
and Oscar, of Pickens, were
guests of (he Misses Barker durthe
holidays, and attended the
('hristmas ti'ee entertainment at
0 >nneross on Sat iinlay 25th.?
Cor. in Keowee Courier.
?Mr. V. K. Moon, of Liberty,
R. !$, is one of the happiest men
in the (ounty, for, on Saturday
*,; /- 1. f 4 1... L.il. : l i t i
jiij^nu, nu: mil lie intruded
11 in meeting of Keowee
Camp, W. (). \\\, revived his
policy, saw all the degrees of the
or<H'i given, wont home holding
h. sides from laughing, and lo,
Sunday morning his wife presented
him with a fine hoy. Oh,
it pays to he a Woodman. Application
blanks can lie gotten
from any of the members and
good men are wanted in the
.J. F. Barrett, of Pickens, R. 2,
planted M acres of land in corn !
last yyfti' and from this piece of
grouiil lie gathered 1.100 bundles
<jr*fodder and 141) weighed
bimlrls of corn. Figuring tho
fod/er at $2.00 per hundred and
tb/corn at $1.00 per bushel he
/d&lized from this land $177.00; j
. 'the entire expense account, including
preparing the land,
worVing, fertilizer and gathering,
was $39.00, leaving a profit
of $138.00 above all Vxpon^.',
Who can beat this recoij? eitty^rfc
with corn or cotton? ^ 7;
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Foolish question! Yet some
could take the place of a do
the world cannot do this. H
him frequently, trust him f
doctors endorsed Ayer's Che
colds, we would not offer i
No alcohol in this cough medi
If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ay <
headache, we would not offer them to
?Good horse and mulo for
sale cheap. R. B. Anthony,
ricKons it. 4.
?If you want to sell your
farm or house and lot see J. 11.
Ashniore, Pickens, S. C. he will
sell it for you.
?An educated jackass is being
exhibited in Idaho. Nothing
strange about that. We're
seen 'em, many times.
?Married on December 29, at
Refuge, by Key A. J. McBeely,
T^\ OS n ^4 m %
iYii. uoiiii oimmoiis oi uontrai
and Miss Mary Gunter of the
?The best time to train up a
hoy in the way he should go is
before he gets past the spankable
age. The same holds true
in girl culture.
Westminister Tribune says:
Tugaloo river was as termed
"much ice." It was the first
time anything like that was
witnessed in five years.
?LOST, somewhere in Pickens,
either on the streets or in
some of the stores, two ten-dollar
bills. Finder please return
to Larkin Hughes and get re
?Lost. 011 the 9th, between
my house and John Childress, a
purse containing '2 $10 hills and
some small change and some
cotton bills. Reward for return
to this ollice or to B. Burdine.
Rev. C. 1j, Caig and family
.< ......vvi (,v/ > uiiiaua iup>t wet'K
from Newberry, where they
had resided for a year. Mr.
Craig will assume the duties of
assistant to clerk of Court John
?Married on December 29, at
the residence of Mr, J. S. Wilson,
near Liberty, Miss. Mamie
Smith of Liberty, and Mr. G.
W. Kelly, of Bishop's Branch,
Rev. J. I). Crane of Greenville,
?I do not blame some men
for preaching of "the Home ever
yonder," but the man to whom
I take off the hat with greater
respect is the one who thinks
and speaks reverently of the
The members of the Clemson
Colleiro facultv nrp?f?ni<?rl lit*
J r. vw.vvv. * " *
P. H. Mell with a handsome silver
service on his retirement
from the presidency of the college.
Dr. Mell has gone to Atlanta,
where he will make his
?Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bo wen,
of Norris, Pickens county; Mr.
and Mrs. Ilarrv R. Hughs, of
South Union; Miss Marion Coe,
of Richland, and Miss Pauline
Hughs, of Winthrop College,
spent the Christinas holidays at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. T.
Hughs, near town.?Keowee
?Married, at residence of Mr.
J. A. C. Teat, on the 9th inst..
Mr. vv. m. Hohlen to Miss Lula
Saterfieid, daughter of Mr. B. D.
Saterfiield, J. Alonzo Brown,
N. P., at the throttle. J. Alonzo
Brown says he can now jjiarry
with a double wrap, as ho has
just recently qualified as Magistrate
for Cateechee in connection
with N. P. so if you want to
marry and are eligible give him
?In the past seven months
II. M. i I ester has been the cause
of several land deals being made
in Pickens county. A recent
deal put through by hlni was the
sale of the J. J. (Colonel) Lewis
home place, Of about 2oo acres
to Mr. Earle Cantrell, a son of
Mr. John T. Cantrell, of the upper
section of the county. Mr.
Cantrell has been in the West
for several years, has made some
COO(l monev. n.ml i? anlMr?rr $t
away in Pickens county dirt.
Tho price paid was $3,100. Mr.
Hester is a hustling real estate
dealer and tries hard to always
t something to, suit his cusra
and at a reasonable price.
s Any Good?
people act as if a medicine j
ctor! The best medicine in t
ave a family doctor, consult
ully. If we did not believe
rry Pectoral for coughs and
t to you. Ask your doctor.
icine. /. C. Ayer Co.,Lowell,Mass,
:r's Pills for constipation, biliousness, sickyou.
Ask your own doctor about this.
?If you want a hcmBO and lot
or a lot, in or near Pickens call
J. R. A8hmore. Pickens. S. O.
?Mrs. A. R. N. Folger, of Seneca,
accompanied by her little
daughter, who have been visiting
the family of J. B. Newberry,
returned to their home Tuesday.
?The Wolf. Stake correspondent
of the Keowee Courier
QnVQt M r o ?-wl T A
uwju. Jill, O.I1 VI iUlB. ll . A.
White visited thelater's parents
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Kelly, of 1
Pickens county, last week.
? Mrs. W. E. Dicken, of Bir- 1
mingham, Ala., is on a visit to
her sister, Mrs. E. A. Gilreath,
who is very sick at her home in
Pickens. ?Mrs. Gilreath's condi- 1
tion is somewhat improved at
this writing and her many
friends hope for her ultimate
?A. C. Mann, an aged^'citi- !
zen of the Six Mile section of
the county, was knocked down
and rim over last Sunday by a
bicycle, ridden by Oscar Ellenburp:.
Report has it that he is '
in a serious condition. His
friends hope his hurts will not
?The New Hope Correspon- |
dent of the Keowee Courier says: j (
Miss Wannie Morgan left yester-1
ilnv for naUiAiin >>.>11 I
*.WJL vi*uiv/uu, nnvio kjiiu *>111
take charge of her school
Garland and Hovey Seaborn, of
Pickens, visited their consin.
Miss Lizzie Miller, Tuesday and
Wednesday B. H. Powers,
of Central, visited 011 this side
?The Mount Pleasant Corre- 1
spondent of the Keowee Courier 1
says: llev. W. J. Spearman,
wifp Crill Ol-l /I !
.iv, i>v>n uuvi uuicc uaugiiticis
spent a part of the holidays i
among relatives and friends in
Easley and Liberty. Rev.
Spearman preached a very interesting
sermon at Rennion 011 1
the fourth Sunday at 11 o'clock, '
and also Sunday night at the 1
second Baptist church at Liber- .
?Mrs. Bell Bratcher wife of
I J. T. Bratcher died at hor hnmn
I near Central last Tuesday after
j a long illness and was laid to (
| rest at Mount Zion church. She i
leaves a husband and four child- ,
ren and a host of relatives and
friends to mourn her death.
She was a consistint member of
the Wesleyan Methodist church
and a devoted chrlQtain she
never murmured nor complain
ed. Through her illness she
always said all things worked
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togetner ior good to them that
loved the Lord. The funeral services
were concluded bv Rev. J.
A White, of Pickens.
?Many Walhalla friends of
the groom will he interested to
learn that Robert A. Craitf formerly
of this place, was married
at Pickens on Monday, December
27th last, to Miss Nina
Sutherland, the ceremony tak
I ing place at the homo of tho
bride's mother. Rev. J. M.
Stewart, of the Jiaptist church,
officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Craig
have moved to Salem, this comity,
to make their home. Mr.
Craig is teaching the Salem
school. We join with many
friends in wishing the young
couple many happy anil prosperous
?A. A. (Dock) Alexander, of
tho Nimmons section of tho
county, died at tho home of his
mother, "Aunt Sarah" Alexander,
last Satuday evening, tho
8th inst., aftor an illness of
some two weeks* duration, aged
55 years old. "Dook" ps ho
was familiarly called, wa?< well
1 A it -
mkiwii UIir<Hit'noiii) me ccuniy,
and his death will bo learned
with sorrow by his many
friends.His remains were laid to
rest at the family burying
ground on J^onday morning,
many sorrowing relatives and
friend^ witnessed the last sad
rites. Peace to his ashes,. ,
a. tjt-. ~
can furnish stock to cultivate
forty acres of land, rental one
third corn & fodder. One fourth
cotton and seed. I have three
vacant hniiSAK. Hnll mi
T. Lewis, Hazel, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tow and
Mrs. Elzarah Satterfield of Oconee,
who have been visiting relatives
and friends in Belton,
Fountain Inn, Easley and Pickens
visited at the home of James
Clements last week. They were
much delighted with the im-1
provenient of the town of Pickens
since their visit six yearn
The Little River correspondent
of the Keowee Couries says:
Sam Lusk, a promising young
farmer of Pickens, spent the
holidays with relatives in this
section J. T. McKiney, of
Pickens, made a business trip
on Little River the past week
Charles Perry and J. B. Burgess
TKr?*?'11 of iv^ T..~ ?
-rw.v v/vyvy??? UVyl ?/AOU U4U Ul/llilOl'l*,
They report the beautiful
Whitewater river frozen over
in all the still water?the most
ice 011 the river for several years.
?Married, on Sunday night
the 9th of Januasy, at 7 o'clock
at the residence of Mr. Franklin
Alexander, Mr. George MoAdftms
to Miss Lantie Alexander,
both of Pirlrn?? nonntu- ? n
.V/V/UI1UJ f Ui V. ill
the same time and place, Mr. J.
D. Freeman of Pickens county
to Miss Lottie Wood of Gaffney,
S. C., W. C. Seaborn officiating. !
This was a pleasant wedding.
Every thing was in trim for the
occasion, the parlor was beautifully
decorated with evergreens,
and there was a goodly nr her
of the relatives and frieims of
the contracting parties invited to
grace the occasion with their
presence. Immediate!v nfforfh?
ceremony we were invited into
the dining room where the
table was heavly loaded with
many palatable dainties which
we partook of to our hearts contents.
Mr. Alexander and his
E;ood wife know how to make
their guests enjoy themselves.
After supper they spent tho time
in singing and pleasent conversation
till a late hour when they,
hid each other irood bve and
left, for their homes. The many
friends of these contracting parties
joins the writer in extening
congratulations and best wishes
for a long prosperous and happy
journey through life.
I thought I would send in a few
nots from this vicinity. Christinas
is over; hope every Iwxly
a merry Christmas and a happy
Miss Hickerson left last Tuesday
to enter school again.
Miss Joe Garreliu spent the
holidays at home returning to
O. F. C. last Tuesday.
Miss Minnie Shiriff who has
been in College in North Carolina
spent her vacation at home.
Miss Lillian Russell one of her
friends spent Christmas with
her. Miss Russell is from the
Eastern part of N. C. Miss
Sheriff and Miss Russell returned
to College last Tuesday.
Mr. T. M. Garrett left last
Tuesday for Texas.
Little Pry or Alexander the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Pole Alexander
died at his homo at Norris
the ,r) of Jan., 1910 and was hurled
at Mt. Zion the day following.
lie was two years and
soven months old. Little Pyror
certainly was a bright child.
The bereaved family have our
sincere sympathy. May God
bloss them in their trouble.
Mr. Virgil Netwon left Tuesday
for Alabama where he will visit
friends and relatives.
As news is getting scarce will
ring ofT. If this escapes the
waste basket you will hear from
Simp!* R?fu?<1y For I,t(irl|>.
LaGripe coughs are dangerous. nn
they frequently develop Into pneumonia.
Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops
the cough, hut heals and strengthens
the lungs so that no serious results need
be feared. The genuine Foley's Honey
A'jd T.?r contains no harmful drugs and
14 in a yellow package.
Keowee Pharmacy, Pickens Drug Co.
Piokens, Parkins Pharmacy, Liberty.
ftucbtom'ft Arnica Salve
fto Bill iafvt h Xh9 WmH
Do you want to se
property ? Or do yc
I have a very att
tract; 1 do all the 1
expense, etc., and wl
swap, you pay me a <
I have room for a
on my list.
j. j y yj ft/ ivufH/ i/U u ilif
showing you some goo
"THE REAL E
Office over K<
Let me write your J
it in good reliable eom
Real Estate a
ioo acres on waters of Twe
J. Lewis place. In two trac
purchaser can get a good barg
We have four town lots fo
desirable location, in view of t
chasing them will get a fine pi
homes are going up in the i
and there are already many pr
We have many County pla
begin the New Year aright by
vestment that one can invest ii
next fall and those purchasing
money on same.
We are always ready to s
take great pleasure in going o
in showing you the lands and 1
When you have ayn land or
once see us and we will get th
When you are in the marl
you to see us. lJhone us, writ
always be glacl to st,e you and
See us when you are lookinj
Main St. P
'Phone No. 33. Off
A' " tlio deam' kind von can bu
'I'll i tii vason why wed
ch< i> 1i t.< if.. of any kind. P
Yh> / illiv for rcKiiltu??o w<> l?m
lilts 110 matter what use thev a
Thanking you for your pat
retain it during 15)10 l>v fair and
Next Door to Post Office.
I A. K.
Dry Goods, Shoe
To the readers of the
You are hearing of HIGHE
I believe Cotton will be higher
have bought one of the lar
goods?piece goods, men's an
shoes?in a word, a stock of ?
1 II* - * . * i
general piiDiic, tnat 1 nave eve
POSITIVELY that my prices ;
goods I ,OWER than last seas*
I do not advertise to give a1
for 5c.?I can't do that. B
PRICES with the "give aways
values, I will not ask yon to b
do all I can, LEGITIMATELY
n AtA r\ v>
A Fair Deal.
V^.-i HAT'S ALL.
A- K. I
| West End. <3k*.
11 your farm or town 1
>u want to trade for a
ractive form of con- '
work, pay advertising
lieh I make a sale or
commission out of the
few more good places
I will take pleasure in
Pickens, S. C.
ire insurance; I'll place
sJS, S. C.
Ive Mile River known as the J.
ts of fifty acres each. A quick
;ain in this land.
r sale. These lots are in a very
he mountains, and any one purace
to build a home. Many
neighborhood of where they are,
etty residences close to them,
ntations and now is the time to
buying land for it is the best in1.
Land is sure to go up before 1
land now will be sure to make
crve onr customers and we will 1
ver with you what we have, and
lots we have for sale. '
lots that you wish to sell at
em off for you immediately,
cet to buy real estate it will pay
e us, or come to see us; we will
quote you our prices.
? for a bargain.
icxeris, 5. u.
iCG over Freeman Building-.
ly, if it is results you want.
lo not have anything to (lo with
eoplr do not buy Drugs for fun. ;
y and sell the kinds that give re- 1
re put to.
ronage during 1900 and hoping to
courteous treatment and
Pickens, S. C.
LLE, S. C.
s, Underwear, etc
R prices. I am glad to say that
I am also glad to say that I
gest and best selected stocks of
d women's underwear, blankets,
roods suited to the needs of the
;r had, and 1 say to you MOST
ire NO HIGHER, and on some
way goods?to sell a ioc. article
ut compare MY GOODS and
and if I do not give better
uy. I want your trade and will
to get it. I promise you
T 1 TV
Your Money's Worth.
roenvm?,?. c l
The time for Wining returns for fiscal
year 1910, will open January lat and
continuo until Febuary 20th without
penalty. 50 per cent as prescribed by
law will be added on all returns of per?
sonal property not returned before Feb>
This will bethiyearto return real
estate again in order that the name may
be brought before the Township board
to be assesed and equalized.
The Auditor or his Deputy will be at
khfl fnllnwincr ntncou f r? tolm
.. ...n r.?vvu w waao iCbUlllO.
Calhoun, January 10.
Central, January 11 & forenoon 12.
Iesaqueena Cotton Mill Jan. 12 after
Oateecbee, January 13, fore noon.
Norrio, January 13, after noon.
Liberty January 14 & forenoon 15.
Liberty Cotton Mill, Jan. 15 after
Easley, January 17 and 18.
Easley Cotton Mill January 19 fore
Olenwood Cotton Mill January 19,
Cross Plains January 20, (E. Free*
Loopers Gin January 21, fore noon.
Dacuscille January 21, after noon,
Peters Creek January 22. fore noon.
Pumpkintown January 25.
Holly Spring January 26.fore noon.
Eastatoe January '26, after noon.
Mile Creek Ja mary 27,
Six Mile January 2b.
Praters January 29, fore noon.
Returns will be taken in the auditors
oftice during the whole time.
N. A. Christopher.
J. E. HOGGS W. E. FINDLEY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens. S. C.
Office over l'lckenB Bank.
The bright streets are the
busy streets- the stores that
use Elect i i< i' y generously, judiciously?tor
purposes of advertising
as 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.
Just think that over.
A store may shut its doors at
sunset, but if its show windows
are properly dressed and electrically
lighted, they are doing as
effective soliciting for the next
.1 1 ~ l
ijay s ousmess as a corps of
The iidw TiitigHtoii IjampH
w!!l KlT? you more ami better
iiRhl?for leHH money? ^
than any other llluiniuuiit.
Write or'I'lione for our Rpet-?
Ivy Water, Light
and Power Co.
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Summons for Relief.
State of South ("iirnitnsi
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
Summons for Relief?Complaint Served,
Susie Hester and Blanche Mosser,
Mary E. Martin, Lettie Newton, Mattie
Hester, Myra Lay Cox, Mrs. C. M.
Martin, W. V. Clayton, Mattie Dickbou,
I^ettie Holt and Jessie Dohhinn.
To the Defendants above named,
You are hereby summoned and required
to answerithe complaint in this
action, of which a copy in herewith
served upon you. and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber at his nftice Pickens
South Carolina within twenty 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 i'lalntiifs in the action
will apply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
Dated March 21st A. D. 1907.
A I I> / ? > >
Clerk of Court,
Julius E. Hoggs,
To I^ettie Holt:
Take notion that the complaint was
filed In the oflice of the Olork of Court
on 0it' 14 .lay of March 1907.
Julius E. Hoggs,
Notice to Debtors and Creditors,
ALL persons holding claims ngair.st
the estate of the late Mrs F. A. E.Kirksey
must present the same duly proven
on or before the 15 day of February
1910, of be debarred pavment; and all
/\#M l?ulnU^/wl /* ""LI A ? ? ?
" mw rw??u I'OUllW, IDUHH
make payment on or before the above
date, to the undersigned.
J. K. Kit ksey,
Nottee to Debtors and Creditors.
ALL perama holding claims againgt
the estate of tho late Alary MoCombea
muHt preeent the name duly proven on
or before the 15 d*jr of January 1910
or be debarred payment and all pomona
indebted to Raid estate, must tnaxe payment
on or ?*>for? the airfvve dato. to,