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5 LOCAL BREVITIES *1
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| Some Things You Know and Some %
| - You Don't Know About Our |
' ^ Towns, County & People" ?
The Pickens Lodge of K. of
P-'s had their annual banauet
R. M- Bolding will close his
singing school at Griffin Dec.
1 4i3d, with a concert given in the
K&owee Lodge No. 79, will
install their new officers Thursday
night and will servo their
W. A. Edens, who for the
past two years has lived in
Pi^lffint lifla mnvorl t/i fVio W
H. Crane farm.
The various schools of the
county have suspended in order
to give the children a ten days
Married, at Easley on Sunday
Decern oer 18, 1910, Mr. George
Garrick to Miss Jessie Chandler,
W. A. Chrisdrmhor nfHirintino
Services in the Methodist
church next Sunday the 25th
instant at II a. ni. Everybody
cordially invited to attend.
Pickens (Jamp \V. (). \V.
Weill In sv:iy;lev' S:i 111 n 1m v i>i<rl-.l
to assist in 1 ho orjrani/,ati an and
initiation of a new c;uiu> 11icm*. .
.J. A. Peek lias closed ii]> his
business at Kaslcv and wall
' move to his farm recently purchased
n ar loccoa, (In.. . '.m
1 he, first of January.
Rev. S. P. McCart v. v. bo ia> t
.a r ? 1... r.v.
> v;<U , ?\ iir> IIM 11(11^1' UI I II' l\,l >
Icy Circuit, has bought the
stock of goods of S. K. Cantrell
at Easley Cotton Mill.
W. W. T. Nalley, who for the
past four years, has been living
at Calhoun, has returned to bis
home place, two miles southeast
,,r r>: ,.i
Ul JL IUJVUI1M.
?If it is a nice small farm
from 10 to QO acres near Six
Mile that you want, see me.
\ H. M. Hester; \
& . 44TM.Real Estate Man..'' ^
Jpliis Tripp of 'if.
hap mo yed tp . J^ ^arnr m" Aii -V
derso^ county, wfrere he has
just <& Depleted a-large aftd <x>nimodious
' 'dwelling : Anderson 1
Bam) had,-the contract and: did
a splendid job. ./
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Many fine porters throughn,if
*lw> - ? *
vuu U1U) wuillijr ?I? LKJIII^
slaughtered this week and the
Christmas cheer will be supplemented
with spare-ribs, backbone
pie, sausage and chitterlings.
Don't fail to inspect the stock
of the Pickens Hardware and
Grocery Co. Their line of groceries.is
comp ete, nice and sold
at a low pri'v, You will tind
there many things you need for
'Squire VV. L.' Jenkins, who
this fall sold out to Henry
Sutherland, left for his new
Iwtmi r.4- :ll~ f\? ...?
iiuiiic t?u uiai viiiu, vjit., wII tire,
he has fought land-and 1b well
pleased with his now purchase.
The 'Sgtiire sold well and
bought to an ^dvanta^e and wo
cannot blame him for making
WKftf. io ntV^f f nr f Kn^
T ? UMV IP ' vuv nj?tvv)l wuau ou.
many people are-mGVing away
from the county? There Is a
reason. The cost of living is too
high, expenses too great andthe
margin of' profit tc>9 pmall for
the progressive farmer to do
business here. He, must go
where profits are greater for the
v amount in vested., v> \ ^
?On? of the best entertain
merits the Pickens people hav?
-<> witnessed in a long time w^s
given in the ^hool auditorium
last Friday night. We cannot
make speclalvmentiofa of anyone
tor all did splendidly. It was an
eajoyablfc occasion and ail w^o
':,y. attended were wAll pleased.
About $60.00 was realized and
the proceeds were given to the
.If athnsllat nKnrcli
? *1 mVVIJIV/lJlt7V V>?IUA vu.
On the 8th inst. a telephone
message came to Pickens to the
coroner that he was needed to
hold an inquest over the body of
Nathaniel 0. Keith, known all
over the country as "Uncle Natty,"
who had that day shot his
brains out, with suicidal intent.
at the old Table Rock Hotel.
Mr. Keith was about (>;"> years
old and unmarried, lie leaves
three sisters and four brothers,
besides a host of relatives and
f riends to mourn hia untimely
T. 1). Harris is opening up a
stix k of goods in the old start!
J. David Stansell of Pickens,
is quite sick and under a physician.
A. Brandon Taylor is now
holdiner down the cnerar stand at
the Keowee Pharmacy.
The Pickens contingent of the
various colleges of the state are
now at home for the holiday vacation.
B. It. Waldrop has bought the
C. T. Hughes stock of goods and
is doipg a good business at that
The Keowee Pharmacy has a
nice line of goods now on display
that are most appropriate
Dr. J. L. Valley arid J. R.
Ashmore have returned from
their trip to Florida well pleased
with their outing.
Mrs. V. L. Loehr and son of
Clinton, are on a visit to their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
I X\OHIllUlC KJi. JL I
Miss Eula Attaway, who is I
attending a business college in
Greenville, is spending the holidays
with her mother in Sickens.
i rtev. rani ration who served
the Pickens chaise since the
death of Rev. J. C. Yongue was
sent, hv the ('en Terence to
Conn' <'> Pickens. look t hroiej.li
t lie stores <?!' i he inerrhants who
advertise in this naoer and (jei
vuiir \n>;? - 1li.v. Tie v will
Uv.it you riuhV.
1' 1'' ( \v \! ..r i u. w...
woo I.iodjijo* No. 7U. n ri i- ?1 < >! i
l-Yidav I roni < harl.'slon. where
iiliii 1 he 'i in 1 i ( U<I ;! ( | jio;i
i lif ( mnd Lod j,? . ! |e li;i i ;i
nio^i ? n jo\ able I ri|?.
The wedding hells will riiiK
ii> PicKcns on the ii'.Mh instant.
Cards are out announcing tho
marriage of Miss Jessie Mac
Parsons to Mr. A. I'. Lawrence,
?i. 4-1... 1 _C 11. . 1.I' .II
ill MIC IlOlliC <>1 I 111' Dime .S lain
er, Mr. 14. F. Parsons, on the
T. J. Ligon and family loft
last week for their new home in
Elbert county, Georgia. Pickens'
loss is Elberton's gain. . We
hate for these and all other good
people to leave our CQunty,> but
nrn niftw UoirA f A r\ /-V ltlrrk??rtn/\
tt v ?iau 7 na ? u uv uu uivr w ioi^ un*
less our subscribers hurry up
and pay us. I
Remember the dyamite dem:
onstration of blasting out
^fcumps and plough in*? land at
Greenville, Jan 3; at Clemson
T A r 1 < i H
;ouut!K on ?jan. *, o, and Q at 11
a. m. and at Westminster Dec.
29th. Everybody should attend
one or all of these demonstrations.
Remember, only one more
issue before tho first of January.
All subscribers not paid in advance
by that date will be cut
off and their accounts turned
over to a lawyer?if we can find
on<4 that will take them?with
instructions to collect. "Nuf
sed." With the money due us
in our clothes we could meet our
expenses promptly and make
necessary improvements and
K?ve you a much tetter paper.
The lon^ cherished desire for
a telephone into the Six' Mile
section has materialized, and
they are now ,putting m the line
a tli'A-.l- A. - r-t iit
i rum x~u;itejiH w) urarretn'S Store.
Tho^e composing the company
and having phones put in are,
J: M. Garrett, N. I). Parsons,
N. G. Braneale, J. B. Bolding,
W. N. Bolding, and K. M. Bolding.
J. M. Garrett is president.
E. M. Bo I ding is now building
7" ' <
K^nour usual run of subscribers
who have i heretofore
hauled us wood on subscriptions
have .failed to come across THIS
fall, and it looH now VERY
much like" we will nave to ko to
the Bank; and borrow money to
buy coal to keep the help or$ the
job. You know you owe Us.
V All lrflA'or WA arA tirUllr*/# 4-^
A-vrva AtlVfV OIU TT 1111lift vu
cash pr barter. YOUR -neighbors
say YOU'RE holiest Well
WE'BE from Missouri.
It looks like everybody has
come to the Keowee Supply
Go's sale this week. We never
saw such tardlnK as has been
going on there and rill are well
pleased with their purchases; in
fact we heard many say they
did not see how the Keowee
Supply Co. could sell these
goods as cheap as they do. You
have three more days in which
to get some of these unparalleled
bargains. Cyme on and go
through the stock and got. your !
winter supplv of goods. Sec
their .'id giving some prices in.
this issue. Kemoniber, also tli.it :
.you . a i iiiui'v ai uic nana- ;
wine $-10.00 phonograph'
I . >
Mrs. J. S. Murphree has
I bought land in Oconee county
land moved there last week.
?For land anywhere in Pick
t'us county sou or write .J. it.
Ashniore, "The Land Man."
Half of Brandon Mill is idle
for lack of power to drive th,e
machinery. The rivers are the
lowest for years.
?Sheriff King, known all
over the country as "Big King"/
of Anderson, was in Pickens
Monday on business.
?Dr. E. G. Kir veil, dentist
of Easley, wiU .be in Pickens every
Wednesday. Office over
The Pickens Methodist Sundav
School will have a Christinas
tree on Saturday night the
'24th ihst, beginning at 7:80.
The Pickens Baptist Sundav i
School will have a Christmas
tree at the church on Friday i
night, the 23d, beginning at 8
W. A. Christopher preached
an excellent sermon to a large
and attentive congregation at
Brandon the first Sunday in December.
?j. i\. i-mntn, pnotograpner,
will bo in Pickens on Mondays
of each week instead of Saturdays
as heretofore. All who
want first class work sec him.
Prof. James Richardson, who
h.is hecn employed 1o ten< !i tit
seho?>1 ;it Hot llli'iiaM1, 1 x
Known Stephen, will l>
gin 1 he firs! Monda v i laon
Taylor i Stowir! m i icccp!
?i a iK) it i Hi as salesman wil I1
ii" I'ick.ons (i rocet'v 11 ;n'(I
warp ('??.. and would 'c i:i I J\?;
his friends l'i call and see liim
when I hov conic In town.
()n January 1 ">! li. I1H I. ! he
Pickens Conn! v 'Poachers' Asso
(nation will hold a sossion :it
I Kasloy to winch every teacher
i in the county is cordially invited.
An interesting program
is arranged for t his session.
ST A T ft OK SOUTH CAROLINA,
?'ountv <>f IMckenn.
Bv J. B Ni'wbi-rrv, I'rotmte JUilge:
WHKUKAS, W C. Keith made
suit to me, to grant liiin letters of
I Arlniiniutnili^n r\t~ tlw? <? .,(???
of. N, A. Keith. " ,
"These nrt> therefore to cite and adiiioiiiMh
all' 'hju! siiiKUlar the kindred
unci creditors of the said N. . A.
Keith deceased, ., that tlwy. be? ftfrid' a[>pear.
Ix'fore tnfc, in- the t;?urt of Probate,
to l>e held at Pickens on the 9th
day of Jan. 1911 next, after publication
hereof, at.ll o'clock in Ch? foreiiOQB,? to
show cause jf any they have, why the
satu administration should not l>e granted.
Given under . iny hand, this 20
day of Dec, Anno I omini 1910.
J. l\. Nkwbrjihy. (Seal
J. P. P. C.
8TATK OK SOUTH CAItOMNA
County of PiekeiiM
Court of Common l'leat>.
MiinmonN for Relief?Complaint Served
Wilmington c-avlu^H it ml TruHt Co.
.1 M. Hubbard UcfcndaiitK
To the defendant above named:
You are Hereby Summoned anil required to
anbwer the com|>la>iit in thix action, of
which a copy in herewith nerved upon you,
und to herveju copy o,f your annwer to the Mtid
coiuidaint on the NUbncrlbera at their oliiec in
1'ickeu*. South Carolina within twrenlt iIavk
arter the aervlce hereof, excluitiVv of the day
of HUch serf lcc;' and If you fail 'to atmwer the
Complaint within the tluie foresaid, the plaintiff
iu thla action will appljr-.lo M11' '.Court tut
the relief d?mdpfl*d in (bo Complaint.
Dated 1)*C. Jtth A* li. 1410
A. <1. IIohk*, , : ' ' %'
. ? C. C. I?.' '
?. .> Bogu* A Mud lay,
,' . PlaintiffV Attorney*.
To J. U- Hubbard, r. .
You are bareby notitiad that the' "omplalut
In thl* action waft tiled In Clerks ottlcc ol-. l'lckj
ena ?ouuty IT dayot Dec/lfelb. *'
ltog?M, A Kind icy,
of ^o\ilh' OturuUtv* . '
County of Sicken*,*
Court of Cunimao PIcm.
Summon* for Relief ' . '
W. K. Ambler yv '
Addie A. Hnrre?t> J?*ne? L#.-. Ambler, H.
L. Ambler, Sunie Dickeu*. W, A. Oil?
re?th Mid U. A. Br*?eal*. 1
To th? Defendant* itbov? uamrd:
You are hereby summoned and r<v.
quired to answer (Ihe.cornplaint ithis
action, of vfrhlch a copy is iVrotith served
upon you, and to serve a copy of your ,
answer Jo the said complaint on the
subscribers at their oftice At I'ickens,
C. H, .South Carolina within
twcniy (lays after the p??rviAe biTt-af,,
exclusive of the day <>f such st-rvioe; auU >
i/ you fail to answer the 'complaint '
wunm nit* urue arort Hiiui. trio i'laintill
in ihifl actio.i will apply to the Court for |
the relief demanded in the complaint. '
Dated Dee. 15, A. D. IV10.
Alorxan & Maulriin,
A. J. lioggri.
(?eal I), C. P.
To the absent defendants, Addie A.
Uarrett, It. L. Ambler and Sunie' Dickens:
Please take notice that the complaint in
this iic'ion, and th>* summons of which
tho foregoing is a copy, wen* liled in j
the ollice of A..J. Hoggn, (Jlei k of the
Court of Common Pleas for l'ickens j
County, .s. on the 1"> da\of I tec, '
A. \). 11)10,
This Dcriwnbcr I > MHO
M? rjjitn .VI an I'M ii
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Do you war
Than Yah lit
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('andio . ( 'an nc
k d. "k 3 V / V rv ?/* />* I'* ?
ive Been Buyingf
Or would you rather go on
submitting to the exactions of
the Leather Trust, mul Mi<1
dlemen, taking whatever qualA
ity they see fit to give you,and
paying any price they choose
"Endwell" shoes are a good
example of what happens when
a iiia.iinfnrfnrf?t* rpfnopc
dominated by the Trusts.
They are made by EnuicottJohnson
& Co., the only shoe
concern in the United States
that is independent of all
Trusts and Jobbers. Endicott
Johnson buy hides in the open
markets of the world?-Tan
their own leather?make their
own shoes and sell them dire I
ito tht: dealer. These shoes
come direct Irom their factory
(j 10 our -.tore, no commission
or 1 ak< -<>ll t?> . nv in.
/ "KikIV.v i hoes - < lor
)i S.V5<- "M ! :
wt-.a*. ar 4\ lis'a
|jj more. ? < ,n!< .lai)' than
other shoe; at tile price.
\ mi arc not limited as i'?
style. \Vc h.iv* them i:i
the new shapes and widths,
all shapes of toes, and all the
^v? different leathers.
S "Kndwell ' shoes embody
^ foot-comfort with all the iatest
.. kinks of fashion See them
you ar? pleased, wear them
' "you are convinced. .
T - l% A- / \ V V n ntivkrk r~*
jji^i ui a1 amis
ESTATE MAN." ,
v Pickens, S. C. \
:kens Ifcmk Building,
nd life insurance, J
JL. JLJKJ 1 1JH.
M ETOH OF i
ool I urlor
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(B. B. B.) Cures Through the Illouti
via ? ? ?^
/Qfe) DOSE PAINS, CAN- ?L
B.B. B. (Botanic Mood Blond) in the
only Blood Remedy tbafe kills the poison
in the blood and then puritte- it?Bending
a flood of pure, >loh blood direct to
the 8kln surface, bones, joints, and
wherever the disease is located. In tin's
| way all sores, ulcers, pimples, eruptions
I are healed and cured, pains and achee
of KheumatiBin cvane, nwellingH subside,
B. B. B. completely chungcs tlx? body
into .*1 clcan healthy condition, giving
the skin the rich, red hue of perfect
health. B. B. B. cures the worst old
caeeB. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM BBB
pieuMiut hiui Hufe to tuko; tioinpose<l of pure
ltoluiiio ingredients. H purifies ami enriches
the blood. H. II. U. KtroriKlhens the nerves
niul t.ujd.lK up the broken flown system. ))ru?.
KiHtH ?r00 I'KU I.AKGK UOT'PLK with din..>
I tionii for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Stores,
I Otlii't'o. <. entity Treasurer, Piukens County.
rickiMis, S. September ili I'.ito.
The books lor the lollofllim of Slate mul
County tn\cH will be open from
Oriolier l.Mh HMO lo Dor-umber :ilst HMD.
Those \\ ln> prefer to <lo so iiii jutv in .nitiiiii
ry H'M. with i per runt luhlitioiml riio.-o
who preler pu.viiiK ii Kehruntv lull, i-iie
tlOMtxvith 5J per edit iirlnitlonn Tho > wiin
piel'T I :ivi;i'J pi Vnri-S I' H 1
tint'til'i I nil ?l?t i ; I\ >f u ii" . tiiitinh j
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! S|.rciiil \ In: Srlnni1 ' imrl?-i .v.. i,m,k
Special !,i v;. lor Sclux't J > <? t r-i < t No.:!' .'mills
Kpccfu! l.cvv !i rSchool DIMrlcl M>. I .8 mills
Special i.fvy forSttlMMti District .Vi?. 5, ','iiiili^
SiuH*ini I,i'V < fur s.'I.iml i? v?- *
. .v o >> . mil is
I evv for School Jflnir.ict No jt. id mills
i Special l.c > loi Si-lion' DiMrii t No. Id. I : i mills
viiu-ciiil Levy for School UiMricl Nf>. II,7'.- mills
Special Lev* lorSnhool l>inlrict No. I?.. - in i 1 is
Special Levy tor seljool liistrjot No I'l, I mills
special Levy for School. i>lnlrivt No. hi. millsSpecial
Lcvyilor Scluujl IHetrfcl No 17, 1 mills
Special I?f \ > loi School District N'JV Ifi imills
Sliei iji I. i^ev y ^pi ,Sc)iot>1 Dlfttricl'No. h>, . -liUIl^ <
\y lor m JxA\) 'Jlntrh't Nit.to;. 2 mills
Klj'-i-il l.eyj.i ?' .v?r|n/ol llMlrll'l No, 23,. 2 mills
i Sj.cci. ! i .y'foi School l)iMri?l No. 24. 2'J mills
J Spcchi i,v.; loi otio> I IHtiiricl No. 2 ,2>,mlllK
I SpecAfJ Lev) fn Si!liu?liRbrtrict.Nd>n ' ??iii?
I ts|)ci'u l i.i vy j\,t Kehool FrtKlrlct S'o. '29. 3 mills
i.i-vj Ink jcIkwI Mstrivl No. SI. l.Str.ills
| K .?< icj v> f"i fn'-liool Nil. 37. 4 lu i 11 s
' h\it't i? .?" * > mliool j)k<ti1ot No. 38. ? mIlln
j Ki.rrlx! I f\y r.ir ?>tirxtl (IfMrlet No 4), 3 mills
WImvWI l.ovj School IJjKtrlci No. -I", V! mills
! ?.? v> Si*html DfBtrltfl No. 4U. il mills
j S|n>o1*i 1 i'vv f ?r Sellout JJlKlnot No f>2. V mills
; K . i '< I t v.v l?r School fllstrlrt No. 53. 3 mills
i l.<\t ' ' diii'iiwi on I'IcImbn V It. Ilondk
| :t > ii.v n? litjj 2 mills
Kv- > ! > on l'?*^?i< A. H. lloiule
j ! ?. ?.i? i mills
lk? v i > < ir?l i?li H. K. ltoud*
i.i.i. i .! (. vyii'<lil(> v* mills
r.. ' ? ?l> iA>#'iir. Kvery mule citizen
Ir . . < ># j* ir 'l?l!?, ni'.ipl i diifwli'r
? * ".Ot V niter Jul years, uii<3
' '! 't'nj. ti .'? A . persons
?l? :1. I'll' I ij ! >'. HM I III leu llVO
< ' .lu ti.n i?.r? Muroli
viv.ft'}! i! . -il
? ;> > till" I it x < xee 1
' . * ? !l i" W:i itIU
i..i ' ex ill l,l:y J i rents
,? Hp vl fully,
; r. <[.;akyi v.
t? # ?. t;lT I I'tV.MI rer
Ut1 V r .IK J i-i r TiWnu
I )J| J I < I 1 ! ?/*_//!' O ii1 I C.
I'ihiivi ?>u> tfcg<>m?inl showing
. s .;**we|?*v, and yon will
Tui.! fha' V>!fY will I"' 11 i<^r*u
??f>lv v^pmiMlfd. Our
? \ h a\r- ? ? tv?-li rlio-en
[ <1., He y can be readily
f? vnit'?i "Gift# that Charm."
WATCHES ANT) TOILET.
ARTICLES, CLOCKS AND
ait w?W jjhown here for
yotov delight, a? well as other
Kilt* InnumevaMe. Romet.hinfc
for fvri'T mennbf* of the family.
.M . r-^yiidei*,
lc' n?U\\, K. < '
Nnfiri' nl' kSri-'il ...?><
NOTK'Kin h<>T?'hy given tha' I will
i|>p'i?*n'i??n tn ,j. R, N cherry
Km| . ) 11 '? of P?obfitt? (' > p ns
count,v. in ifn Si:i't< > ' Hout.li , <)
on th-> !.r, .1 \ ..r f/ mm. ii< :.
in tin- or a- *o<>n |i .
Hin l :i|>}?lic.'it ion cjin fx- s?*;tr*
'< iikiU" fiv.nl Bot'lomcnt wit
John O Jones rt ;tI miners ;
ili < !i:?rj*o n? ciiftrdinn of
W. A I
(V > >i