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1 LOCAL BREVITIES II
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* Somo Things You Know and Some 'C
P You Don't Know About Our
^ Towns, County & People j
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?Blease, Moore, Hampton!
All elected.
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For Sale?Lot flooring and j
ceiling. Prices and quality!
guaranteed by J. R. Meece, R.
3, Pickens, S. C., 3 miles S. W.
of Price's store.
?Bennett Hill lost 3 memo i
books {fnd 2 mortgages between
x roads and Pickens last Tuesday.
He ask the finder to leave
them at this office.
?Married 011 Sunday, the
28th ult?byM. F./Hester, N.
P. at his residency, Miss Hattie
Hendricks, daughter of David
Hendricks, to Mr. Mack Barnes,
all of the Tabor section of the
county.
?Mr. Addis Sheriff and Miss
Alma Brewer were man ied on
the28th ult., by llev. J. T. Dob-|
son, at his residence. The hap-!
py yaung coupje have the con j
gratuiations of their many!
friends for a happy life.
?Air. and Mrs. John Roper
have returned to their home in
Pickens, from a mighty pleas
ant and enjoyable trip to JefFerson,
Ga., where they went to
visit their son, Dr. Lawrence
Roper.
?Rev. C. L. CraiK of Walhalla,
will connnenco a protract
ed mooting at Keowee Baptist
church t h e foufeh Sunday
iw September and continue
'l? ju. tho 1st Sunday in October.
We will ho. assisted Ijy an evangelist
from Walhalla.
?Mrs. F. M. tFarr died at her
nome Sunday, at an advanced
a^e. Her remains were interred
at Barea church, in Qreenville
county, the day following her
death. She leaves several children,
besides a hosfcOf relatives
and frinrwls tn ninni'n ! ???.
?Win. G. Field, Ex-Probate
Judge, and former citizen of
this county, died at his home
in Elberton, Ga., oxi the 530th
instant, after a lingering illness,
aged 73 years. He was a brother
of our fellow townsman 0.
P. Field, and leaves a host of
relatives and friendu t.n ninmn
his death.
?Mr. C. M. Bowen, the buyer
for the H.-B.-M. Co. has returned
from New York, where
he went to select th fall stock of
dry goods for this firm. Mr.
Bowen is a discriminating buyer
and informs us that he has|
one of the best selections of dry j
goods, suitings and fall novel-!
ties that can be found any-j
where. Charlie says He had
the time of his life seeing the
sights.
?Th( Lathem homestead in
Pickens county, one of the oldest
cclotial mansions in this
section )f the State, was destroyed
oy fire Mondav night.
The los was total, with no in-1
surance. The house was oceu- 1
pied at t\e time by George W. J
Lathem. The house was built in
1 An 1
^iuuiiu kiuihj- j
ed by th< English King to Mr. i
Lathem's great grand father.
For a long lumber of years the
building his been one of the
land marksof that section. It
wafj,' .* about a mile from
Carf cflwrch and between
DacusvilUand Fair's Mill. The
fire is sup>osed to have caught
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ironi a atective stove Hue. A
family, vmo wore living in the
house had had "soon supper"
and Mr. Lfwas out at the lot,
when ho dif'overed the kitchen
was on tire. Most of the house*
hold good'A veiv gotten out and
saved. The. manv friends of
Mr. Lathon sympathize with
him in his U s.
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Office rooms for rent. Apply
to J. R. Ashmore.
?Rocky Bottom precinct in
this county, told tho tale. Fourteen
votes were cast and every
one went fo; Blease.
?Dr. E, G. Kerwin, dentist
of Easley, will be in Pickens every
Wednesday. Oft ice over
Keowee Pharmacy.
?When you are hunting bar
sains in Keal Estate don't fail
to see us. List your Ileal Estate
with us and we will get a
purchaser for you as quickly as
anybody. Carey & Chastain.
Tno *"""1
?.i?v vv/iiiin mtccn tUG Illt'Ul*
ing today. The elections . are
over and everybody is talking
the Pickens County Fair. It is
an assured fact. It will be hold
October 19, 20 and 21. We hope
to publish the premium list
next week. TCv^rvlwiir fn..v.
v/? J UUUJ UHlIt IAJ
now and help us to pull off the
best fair we have ever held.
Five Dollars Reward, for any
imui iiiciMcm tnai will lead to the
recovery of my white setter dog
with light brown ears. lie is
nine months old and answers to
the name Beppo, the same having
strayed or was stolen from
my home at Beverly, S. C., on
Sentemhor I H)io
C. T. Peigler,
R.R.I. Liberty, S. C.
?The complete returns of the
election in this county, with the
inn nf (In. t .11 1
v /1 uuu v i \ ir>r"j vv i * 11 uUj\,
gives Looper L4/5I5, Craiir 15JH);
Blease 181C), Featherstone 117(?;
Moore l/iiiH. Richardson 1:{(?'.);
Cansler 15!il, Hampton 11417.
Report says Craig and Looper
tied at Cross well. This elects
Craig by 77 majority.
?Miss Dora Oliver, daughter
of Mr. Thomas Oliver, of the
Keowee side, and Mr. Crayton
Mullinix \v?re happily married
011 SlUldav the 11th iiiKhml ;it
the home of {he bride, P>. 1).
Mauldin N. Is. officiating. *The
attendants were Miss Olive Mullinix
with Sam Oliver. After
luncheon the happy young couple
left for the. home of the
groom's parents at Norris. They
have the congratulations of
many friends.
?The Fancier's Union rally
which was to have been held at
Pickens yesterday was postponrw/l
Tf ...III ? - l?1-1 --- fn 1
v,v?. xi/ win m; iicm 011 iuesoay
the 27th instant, during the
noon hour of court. Prof. J. 1*
O'Neal Holloway will be tho
speaker. He is on a camnaipn
of education and information
over the state. He will also address
the people on the night of
the 27th at Liberty in the school
house beginning at 8 o'clock.
These addresses are instructive
and should woll > "
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everybody, regardless of whether
they are farmers' union men.
A Good Position
Can be had by ambitious vounc
men and ladies in the field of
"Wireless" or Railway Telegraphy.
Since the 8-hour law
became effective and since the
Wireless Companies are establishing
stations throughout the
country there is a great short(if
'folonrponlintw
-nw w. wiv^iuim^io. A UDltlUIlh
pay beginners from $70 to $1)0
per month with good chance of
advancement. The National
Telegraph Institute operates six
official institutes in America,
under sunervision of R. li. and
Wireless Officials and places all
graduates in positions It will
pay you to write them for full
details at Davenport, la., (-ineinnati,
()., Portland, Ore., or
Tonn ' n '
* >1111. i i - vv't
Kri in SlrHi ?>? 1(1 "ICxrclHltlil llpnltli
So siiy Mis. CIuik. Lyon Peoria, III.:
"1 found in your Foley Kidney I'illfl a
prompt and ppeedy cure fo bnekucho
and kidney trouble whieh bothered me
for many months. I am nnw enjoji:.^
excellent lieallit which i owe io } ' >i<
Kidney i'iiis." Sold lis .<i! Dnn'ci.
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Card of Thanks.
i desire to return my sincere
|thanks to the good people of
| Pickens for their contributions
| to my magic lantern fund. In
I eluding tho $(?.97 received from
: the Easley friends, I have received
$43.97 which is more than
I asked for. Fraternally.
J. C. Calhoun Newton.
Kur Ouickltvllnt' From liny Kevnr
Asthma arid summer bronchitis, take
F..lov'u i i T- - '
-. mm mi . it <|ihukiv relieves
the discomfort and sulTering and
the annoying symptoms disapoear. It
soothes and heals the inflamed air passages
of the head,throat and bronchial
tubes. It contains no opiates and no
harmful drugs. Refuse substitutes.
Sold by all Druggists.
?Married, at Cateechee last
AjI r\ -%r 1.1 * 1
tnu otn instant,
at 9 o'clock, Mr. Mack Hamilton
to Miss Janie Chapman both of
Liberty, J. Alonzo Brown at the
throttle. The happy young
couple have the congratulations
of their many friends.
StanirerH Skoi>tlr?
Thataclean, nice, fragrant, compound
like Buckland's Arnica Snlve will instantly
relieve a bad burn, cut, scald,
wound or piles, staggers skeptics. Hut
great cures prove it a wonderful healer
of the worst sores, ulcers, boils, felons,
ec/.ema, skin eruptions, as also chapped
(lands, snrains smil ;? >*
:it all 1 )runtrisls.
The work day planned for
Saturday Sep. 24th next for the
Orphanages of South Carolina
should he observed hy all of our
people. Especially could the
children of the Sunday schools
roll up a hitr amount if tlmv
should pick cotton or get sonic
I job of work that day and send
| the earnings to one <>i" the or1
plumages. There are nearly 2,000
Sunday schools in South
Carolina in Baptist, Episcopol,
Methodist and Presbyterian
churches and some who are not
supported by any denomination.
> iiuu just a rcw dollars from each
I school would make a splendid
total.
Acuto or ChroiiM?Which.
No matter if jour kidney trouble ir
acute or chronic Foley's Kidm-v Remedy
will reach voitr rjise. Mr. (Maude
( B.own. Revnolil.-villi*. Ill,, writes tit
| that he suffered many months with kid
ney compliant v.-hich hn Hied iill treatment.
A' lust lie tried Foley's Kidney
Remedy ami a fcv larj<<- hott les effected
a complete cure. He saw;, "ii ha heexi
of inesiimaMe value to me. Snl>i hy all
I ?ru?ui>ls.
Card of Thanks.
I desire to thank the people of
Pickens county for the courteous
treatment and liberal vote
given me during the recent campaign.
J. D.Simmons.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Boughi
Card of Thanks.
Cleinson Collet, Sep. 5i.
Mr. Editor:?Please allow nu
space in your valuable paper t<
thank the people of Pickem
county for the flattering vot(
they gave me on the HOth ult.
and assure them that the confi
deuce placed in me is appreciated
more than gold or silver. I
hope, if it be the Lord's will,
that I am spared to enter npon
the duties of the office to which
T have been elected, that I may
be able to prove my appreciation
by rendering faithful service
which I shall endeavor to
(if) ;it all times mihI mulor all cirCUII^tMlK'f'S.
Jaincs >I. I,awreiuv.
IHiim nnl f!n
IWMVIJ HUN WW\
!)? AVER'S n-r/
Stopfl Fnlllrti? H>rsJr
Dcsfroys Dandfaff
Ingredients! ' 'I
? . C apsicur.i. ;
A hair preparation made from <his fYv.-nni! >
! R hair food, a hair tonic, a hair clresr.in;'. Cor
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t IKJ WKJC.'^ .*xi. :srur HI
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' .?C." ifi. '' Hit*'
To k?'<'p your health s mnii;'0 avoid
the ills of ji Iv.'.ni'ui^ y.'u.s: to on-ervc
your physical lor<;t't< I ?r a ri ? ; "*)
healthful ?>l'l a*>\ t^u tnl vour !<nli??-vs |
by talari Foley's Kidney Ue . ? <ly. I
Sold 11>* Dnisiiiisi8.
arise,
For he is happy in the skies.
And there he stands with beckoning
hand
And calls us to that peaceful
1 n.rwl
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In Memoriam.
Thou art. gone, our precious i
darling.
i Never more canst t hou return, i
' Thou wilt sleep ji peaceful slunr
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| .H.M
Till the resurrection morn.
; Duwanl the five months old
I son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Field,
died at their home on August 19
and was buried the day following
his death at Secona cemetery.
Weep not for him. thouerh
Prepare us Lord by Thy rich
grace,
To meet, him in that happy
place;
And there upon the mount of
God
We'll tell thy wonders all
abroad.
j That lovely Mower so bright and
fair,
Iii all the irlow of health;
i With dimpled checks and beau
ty 1 arc,
Cut down, I see by death.
;P>ut in that bright elysian plain,
j Where verdure never dies,
i Thai lovely flower shall bloom
again,
And thrive above the skies.
Peacefully lav him down to rest;
Place the turf kindly o'er his
breast;
Sweet is the slumber beneath
the sod,
\ATK: l 4 1
] v> inn' me pure soul IS resting
with God.
Quietly sleep, beloved one;
Sleep till the resurrection
morn.
Loved Ones,
i The Pickens Assocation.
1 made a mistake last week in
| giving the time for the next
. meeting of this assoeiaton.
The executive committee agreed
on Wednesday before the third
i Sunday in October which will
I be the 12th and not the 19th as
I published.
Please allow me to correct the
! error and to say to all concerned
' I that the next session of the
Pickens Association will begin
on the 12th of October and not
the 1<Uh
C. E. Robinson,
Ch. Ex. Com.
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Clerks Sale.
! St'll(? i f South C'rioIh n.
Com ty of Pickens
I>< l:t. N. .\iulliiiH. Plaintiff.
VH
Mit>. >V C. Middt-n (:?1. Defi'inlhiiti).
!n putHiiHhce of h <l?-cret?l order in
th?? above ntaied c:ik?? I?y lion. Kriie^t
( ray at OhantherH in <?reenville S. ('.
dated hept 18th IW10. I will sell to the
> hi^h'Ht 1 i id?*r on huledav in Ociolur
. HMO .lini tin* lef;al hours for sale at
k Pickens Court H?>uh?' S. C. t{ie following
described tract <>f land tu-wit: A!! that
truct or narcel of laud in the County of
I'lek'-M-- in Smnlt (>t<Hiii)i and in I'ick.
ens i'o\vnnhi|> s mate idw>ii? nix miles
fr<nn Pickens Court House hounded y
| hinds of ."iteplieiiH hohien, John Conly
I .[ || A mlitur .I:in?uu W H?",v
C 'ntainiiiK s vent? (7U) acron more or
1-88, and being1 tin* 8am<> convevwl by
.1. E. .M!11n to T. 'J. and rmivoyt-?|
to J K Mcdlin I?\ U. (Sootl and
t I'. ?;.??? ! bv Jami's F,. Hngood.
Terms cash. f'nre.li .?< !s in pay for
1 |? tpern find r?)<vidinj$ lite hiiiiic.
s. ,,t. !4 1010
A. J.
<'lerk <>f cuirt.
Km VJGOR
An Cicgant Drrv?r.?*!ng:
Makes l~3 ?E ? tr OrowJ
lyrrrin. f Sodium f 'tin ' F;
ioifc. Alcoli Water. i .rtunv .
?
is harmless, y possesses positive merit. A'
rtill your*' lor Jv-v.' <he&c hairproblems. '
t .1. rass
! i% --W:
#"!} Despair i
lw__ cne n wctnnn t
JK V. -,'espnii*, mid the cicipon
/\r^r L; \ 11 daily burden of ili-lica
/ ^ \\V?/ \ derangements of the dc
1 ^ K \V JC-?J distinctly feminine. I I
\ pletely upset the nerves
Dr. I'ierce's Favorite
s\ V* weakness and disease ol
JT\\i /\ IT MAKES >
Sr S!CK
|m\ It allays inflammati
~^* ^i J *7 tones and builds
Y ^ ar,d motherhood.
cC?^ have nothing to u
It is non-secret, non-alcoholic ond bas
Ask Your Nbighhors. They probably kr
If you want a book that tells all about
them at home, send 21 one-cent sinmns t
only, and he will send you a free copy of
Common Sense Medical Adviser?revised,
In handsome cloth-hinding, 31 stamps. Ad
^ vt\ 1 \\n Wai*i
- J./ VUAJ ti H/ll; A til J
^ 8.1 acres, three miles from Eiisley; i
n ton Mill.- in sight of Pickens Railroad
v one leading out to filemvood Cotton
K F. I), route with daily mail: near t\v(
n trv selinol 'iVn ???-" " * '
. .. avico wt-ii uruuieo ii
!an<l cotton html, also fine for grain;
estimate of seventy live to one hundi
her; four room house, some outht
running water through it. ^ifty <iol
if taken at onee; part cash, time on I
100 acres one mile from Pickenn
Pii kens and ISsisley public road; new
out huihlings; two |>a-Hires wired in
one. Most of this land is well impn
heen bought and addi-d to t his true
plenty of timb r; als<> two good ten u
m he cut up and two or three nice fat
^ present will he disposed of us u h..'.. i
puss as sucli ilcsiriihl"' farms as duff
at right piii'i*. S.H* this farm ainl
w y?>u want it. art quick, as it is goii
B name. Special price ma le till Sept.
f
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usansmsmssamr SSXPV i ii 11wiiii iimi >i HIH
1DELICAT
Lunch Room.
I rcmcy <u
Meals at all hours.
All the Delicacies
Fruits and Fancy Groceries
Prompt Service and Poli
i J. W. & C. L. HE
Your Patronaj
I TCTlNml Koom in
!
j MHHHBMHDnMHi
Goods to Suit i\
Just at this season of the ye
flat appearance. We aje pre j
nnrcc erfw o l"""
r...^ ^ ways.
Look Over O
and you will readily see that we
on such goods as are in daily de
Here .ire more values that c?
Few cases LaBell Syrup 40c p
35c Per gallon or 3 gallon for $1
Good I:>l> rirp r n ^^...^-1 ?
jx, J./V.I ^UllllU I)
| Come to see us.
jCRAIG
Farm f<
i Acres i mile from Clem
|-Calhoun on Southern
dence with brick firepl
barn, crib, shelters and other out
of water in the county. House
land. About 25 acres in high s
acres in oak timber; balance in p
1 of the nicest mountain views in
known as ''Mountain View Farm
one ol the best colleges in the
school too, hero is your op|.?o**;i
my pric.". Call on mc at the ) !;
inc ai Calhoun, S. ('.
w. w. T.
/ $
J. " v. .
md Despondence
I ? ?as
;nn tell t.:e story of tlie suffering, the
-Jcney endured by women who carry
lilt and pain because of disorders and
lie tie and important organs that are
ic tortures so bravely endured eomif
long continued.
Prescription is a positive cure for
[ the feminine organism.
-VEAK Won EN STRONG,
WOMEN WELL.
ion, heals ulceration ond soothes pain,
up the nervcr.. It fits for wifehood
Honest medicine dealers sell it, and
rge upon you as *' just as good."
a record of fortv vcars of cures.
low of some of its many cures.
woman's diseases, and how to cure
o Dr. Fierce to pay cost of mailing
his great thousand-page illustrated
up-to date edition, in paper covers,
dress Dr. R.V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
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Lilts iur caie. #
two miles from new AI?? ;.- Cot- m
: situated on two public roads,
Mill, the other to Bnslej ; on H. K
? elmrclu s. itls'? leading rutin
lottoin land; 4-> ai-r.-> level corn
balance in original forest .villi W
r?"(I thousand feet lin>? saw timHidings;
pasture wired in with M
I sirs an acre will bnv tbis fnrsn
>a la nee. A
court house: frenting <>n the
seven room home en this. j;'""' 4jr
.running water through e.icli H
;>ve)l, balance has jn?t recent1\ W
t which lies well i<> in?| JT
it houses. This could t-Msily
ins tn;n!e if one desired. but ;it /g
tract. I) >ul let t!ii- burg :in JT
i arc scarce ih it can I? bought
wlit'- for pri<'e ;i11 1 ter ns. If
1;, to It:- .-*<>l? 1 ;it ill" jifift- 1 wiil
I V I). A |?i?ly to
TISVVAItT, f
("cni raI, S. < '. ,y
s
ESSEN! I
Restaurant.
irocers. I
( )uick Lunches Served,
of the Season.
_ B
est the Market Affords,
ite Attention Assured.
STER, Prop'rs. I
*e Solicited.
i ' wiinruiiuil,
ie Flat Purses,
'ar most of the imrQ^c ^
1 ?- "YV>ared
to help make the small
III' ( ounttMS
are saving the people money
mand.
innot be picked op every day.
er gallon. Perfection syrup
.o<).
nly a small lot left.
gooci common
u:c mentions ihov or \v; it^ jf^k
>r bale
son College, 3-4 mile from
Railway. (iood 5-room resilarc
to each room. 5-stall
buildincfs, and the l>"st well
; located in the centre of the.
tate of cultivation. About i<>
astore and pine timber. One
the up-country. I his phi is
It you want to locate near
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