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Mr. and Mrs. Dice Bolding'
little child is very ill with th(
croup. Hope it will soon re
Mr. Fdgar Mauldin, of Mil
Creek. was in town yesterday
Mr. Clevin Merck, of Six Mile
was in town recently.
Mrs. Louis Hawkitns. of Lib
erty, recently visited Mr. an<
Mrs. W. N. Maddox.
Mr. and Mrs. Pink Wilmon
of Six Mile, recently visited Mr
and Mrs. Joel Newton, at Norris
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hawkins
of Liberty, R. 2, visited Mr. an
Mrs. J. D. Meuldin, Friday.
Mr. Whitmire, of Cateechee
passed through here Friday o:
Mr. Will Williams visite
Pickens one day last week.
Mr. J. D. Mauldin went t(
Pickens last Friday. s
Mr. W. G. Mauldin has re
turned from a long sojourn ir
Columbia. He talked like h<
enjoyed his visit.
A Happy Reunion.
On the 20th inst., the children
grandchildren. neighbors an<
friends gathered at the home o
S. P. Brazeale to celebrate hi
75th birthday-77 in all.
A. W. Gravley rendered somi
fine music. After singing a fev
pieces, a good talk was made by
S. P. Brazeale. He spoke of th<
long life he had lived here among
his neighbors, having sojournet
where he now lives for 40 years
Then a fine talk by W. H. Lewis
showing the importance of ob
serving a righteous life that our
days might be long in the land.
A. W. Gravley spoke of the
life a man should live to be use
ful to his fellow man. Then Mr.
Parrott spoke of the importance
of being ready for receiving the
reward that awaits him.
Dinner was then announced,
whereof we were glad. We
went to a table loaded dowrn
with good things. We showed
the hostess that we appreciated
After dinner Rev. E. L. Thom
~ason talked on seed sowing and
Then came the sad time of
*saying good-bye, knowing thai
we would never all meet againi
in this world. We hope to havE
another reunion at this homE
A Call to Loyers of Law and Order,
At the annual meeting of thE
tional South Carolina Confer
ence, last October, a committe<
yras appointed to arrange foi
rand call a meeting of the prohi
bitionists, and all lovers of la'v
and order of Pickens county, t<
meet and organize for the pur
pose of enforcing our laws, an<
especially the law prohibiting
the sale of alcoholic liquors.
Messrs. B. J. Johnson, J. T
Taylor and A. H. Best wer<
appointed as the committee
Circumstances have been suci
as to prevent an earlier call, W
now call the meeuing for Tues
day, March 7, at 12 in., in th
courthouse at Pickens.
Rev. J. L. Harley, state super
-intendent of the Anti-Salool
League, will be with us. W
ask all pastors and S. S. super
intendents to announce thi
meeting to their congregation
and schools. Let everybod:
come and bring his neighboi
A. H. BEST, for Comn.
Secret Order Meetings.
Masonic-A. F. & A. M. meet
Saturday nights on or befor
the full moon
.Chapter-R. A. M. meets Fr
day nights on or after the fu
-K. of P.-Meets every Mar
day night after the fi'-st an
W. 0. W.-Meets every firs
and third Tuesday nights.
City Counlcil meets Tiuesda
Pickens. R. 3,
A crovd of Y'oung. peopile from
-this section attended the singing
at Mountain Grove last Sunday
Misses Essie Kelley and Irene
Hendricks attended the teach
ers' meeting at Pickens, Satur
day. Miss Hendricks, who was
visiting Miss Essie, says she had
a pleasant time, and I know she
i did, for Miss Essie is a charming
Miss Flora Kelley spent Wed
nesday night with her cousins,
Misses Gertie and Lola Watt.
Mrs. W. D, Gravley and chil
dren, of Reedy river, spent the
week-end visiting relatives and
friends in this vicinity.
The Hagood school is progress
ing nicely, with Miss Irene Een
I dricks as teacher.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hudson
> gave the young people a party
Saturday night, which was
greatly enjoyed by all present.
These old folks certainly know
3 how to make you feel at home.
Miss Gertie Watt won the
prize for the besl speaker at the
Hagood school entertainment
The Sayingsiof a Sage.
All that it takes for a woman
to think that she is happy is to
have a husband who makes her
think that he loves her as much
as she loves him.
Men do not like a woman who
is as smart as they are, for they
want her to think that they
know it all.
If a man knew as much about
business as his wife does about
the household he would soon
show the beneficial ef
in a very short time. It
not only builds her up,
but enriches the mother's
milk and properly nour
ishes the child.
Nearly all mnothers who
nurse theirchildren should
take this splendid food
tonic, not only to keep
up their own strength but
to properly nourish their
FOE SALE BY ALL DRUGGIS
Send 10c., name of paper and this ad. for our
beautifull Savings Bank and Child's Sketch-Book.
Each bank contains a Good Luck Penny.
scorr & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St.. New York
losands Hlave LMney
How To Find. Out.
Fill a bottle or com~mo- glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours;
a brick dust sedi
ment, or settling,
stringy or milky
I1 K7 tion o~f the kid
nzys; too ire
quent desire to
- -'. - .,.,pass it or pain
Sthe back are also symptomls that tell you
the kidneys and bladder are out of order
and need atnin
There is comfort in the knowledge so
1 often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills almost every wish in correcting
- rheumatism, pain in the back, kidneys,
Iliver,blde an vr ato humr
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
S an scalding pain in passing it, or bad
effects following use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that unpleasant ne
.cessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
immediate effect of Swamp-Root is
sooni realized. Tt stands the highest be
s causeof its remarkable
health restoring prop
erties. If vou need a
medicine you should
have the best. Sold by
.druggists in Efty-cent ~
ad one-doilar sizes. no, -es
You "iay have a sampl~e bottle sent free
by mail. Address Dr. Kilmer & Co., lBmg
hamton, N. Y. Mention this paper and
~emember the name, D-- Kilmer's Swamp
oot, -and the address, Binghamton,
N. Y., on -very bottle.
SAR E 'iS '
A!R ~0 SALSAM
E AUDA CH E?
SIMMONS LIVER RECILATOR
The largest shipment of fer
illzer ever received in the Pied
mont section reached Greenwood
last Friday, when a solid train
load of 21 cars came in over the
C. & W. C. Ry. It was loaded
goods from the Read Fertilizing
Factory of Charleston, and was
hipped to Lee & Blake,of Green
wood, the largest fertilizer deal
ers in South Carolina.
of gnm ch. Right Side audr
Shol der Bladoe spE bookaee. Spells a! Steook treoule.
Indigton. ik odsah, e. liJundiee. ilioausness.
Cosipudoes. to.. Blues. Nervous Weakitess. Debility.
Lmoss .1 ergv. booms. Pulisops or Oppressies o~er
egos of Liver or Issach. Chronie Catarrh. Bad Taste.
Coted Tosgue. Week or Irregular Heart. Thes" are
saujtkahile symptesso of Gallntoueoor a condition pro
ductive to their form ott. Isuc pron does a a selly
hae all of thee. symptom. herCall trobles are likely to
prdce thoes Pt -se tiam or other We will send 2
opy at our copyrighted
MEDICAL BOOK FREE
as Call troubles. Appendicitis and an Stomach and
Lier' Ails, to aou. interosted or who so ffers from any
of the *saove syruptoms, or. to aid delay 204i SUfrilig. let
me send you at nce a packate consising
30 Miys' TR;kTmaa FOR $5
'"ONIS9 DAYS' APPROVAL
Mosoy refuded for modicss returned uithis 10 d27s if
et fully satsfied. .ur tre een oopiss of four diftreat
Mdicines which if takes is eenjuaction will edoct a enre
Adre. GAJLBATONE REXEDY CO.
DPt. 33. 225 Dearborn St.. Chiaeo. UMae&
The Last 1
Before Our S1
Many rare bargains in remnat
They must go. The early bir
Soon we will have to arrange
We shall be prepared to giv
Donit fail to call on us whe
West End. I
"Miore Goods FC
Notic to Debtors and Creditors.;
Al! Persons holding claimis against the
sate of the late James P. Hughes must
preent the same duly proven on or
before the~ 1st day of .Mach. 1911l, or
~e debarred payment: and all pe-rsons
indebt a to said estat.e :nust make pay
net <m o:- before the~ above date. to the
undrsp:ed. .rE. Bruc~es.
on all .C]
will be s(
its and short lengths.
d gets the worm.
for Spring and Summer .
: the best service of our bust
~never in need of dry-goods or
eenx J-.lle. -
r Less Money".
ooi D arior
ool I arlor
r that Cake
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Al persons holdin:. clalim:- against
the esate of the late N. A. Keith
b~Ut f r-s" t e 1<an 1u~ 11~ve~ c n
tcd to saie .t. m ut man ~ r
mnent; on ur befor.. the above <ialtC, to
the undesigne- W- C. 10 cu1b.
-tunity which the publ.ic
L had before-That of se
om the Mammoth
k of Clothing
which I Carry.
per cent dis
Dys' and Children's suits
coats. Also on all kinds
this sale lasts everything
)ld for SPOT CASH.
r-REENVILLE. S. C.
Many times a need for some sort af.special fertilizer .
felt, -and the Navassa Guano Co., has for 40 years bee mak
ing a specialty of Special Fertilizers.
If you Mr. Farmer, want something for.a special purpose,
see the agents, FOLGER, THORNLEY & CO., Pickens and
find out how well your needs con be supplied.
It will pay you to do this. Your- crops respond toy
efforts in proportion to the amount of time, attention and
that you give them at planting time, and when the h
season comes round you will find that your Bank account
have grown in keeping with your efforts now.
"IT ALWAYS PAYS TO0 DO THINGS WELL."
FARMER WHO LISTENS TO THIS ADVICE c
OUT AHEAD OF THE OTHER FELLOW. fl
Let us figure with you on your Spring bill of 'e~t~zer.
We carry. a line o1 NAVASSA~ GOODS and can fill your
NAVASSA GUANO IS SECOND TO NONE.
Folger, Thiornley & Company,
Agent Navassa Guano Co.,
Pickens, S. C.
Have grown the best crops for
Forty Three Yearg
Long experience in selecting materials, great c~n,
facturing and conscientious effort in every depareth
combined to make them the standard of excellerlaynes,
The success of your crops next Fall depends rker,
the Fertilizer you use. Insist upon having H ewis,
THE FERTILIZER OF QUALITtnants.
And be assured of ~ 1a
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