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PIKBNS S,. 0V S
THURSDAY. MAY 25, 1911
Old Soldiers' Day.
As usual, Saturday, June 3d,
will' be celebrated at Pickens.
There will be an appropriate
address by an accomplished
speaker, which will be worth
the trip to Pickens for the day.
There will be an opportunity
given all Old Soldiers to speak
their feelings on that day; and
the usual dinner will be served
by the ladies of the Daughters
of the Confederacy, and in this
the Daughters earnestly request
every lady who finds it possible
to come and take part in the
exercises of the day to bring a
well-filled basket and help to
swell the contents of the table
intended first to be an offering
to the Old Soldiers.
Experience has shown that a
little contributed generally goes
far to relieve the ladies of fear,
and they will appreciate any
contribution along this line in
their aid on this occasion.
Let everybody come, and
bring a basket; bring all the
family, and bring your good
feelings and pass them on to
ths rest, so that everybody will
have a pleasant day.
Pickens Chapter U. D. C. cor
dially invites all ladies to unite
with them in celebrating June
3d, the birthday of Jefferson
Davis. This is the annual re
union of the Old Soldiers of the
county, and the local chapter is
endeavoring to make it a mem
An attractive program.1'a'
been prepared, and will ap
pear in the'ney-t issue of the
After the e/xerclses dinner will
be served and you are urged to
bring well-filled baskets and
assist in giving the Old Soldiers
a happy day.
The women of the county
who contributed their service
and all they had during the
trying days of the war will
be shown especial attention.
Kindly make yourselves known
upon your arrival to some memn
ber of the Chapter.
Crosses of Honor will be con
ferred on the following Soldiers
and Sons on Saturday, June 3d.
Please be on hand to receive
your cross: W. B. Allgood, W.
B. Bramblett, F. Bagwell, J.
M. Bowlin, J. F. Cannon, J. E.
Cox, Ernest Folger, J. A. Grif.
fin, J. J. Herd, Mathew Hen.
dricks, A. E. Kelley, G. W.
Lesley, E. E. Mauldin, D. P.
Mahaffy, Abner H. McGee, J.
M. McJunkin, S. T. Prior, W.
C. Singleton, G. W. Trotter,
J. T. Townes.
Pickens, R. 3.
Farmers are about through
Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Field, of
this section, lately visited their
son, John 0., of the Keowee
J. T. McKinney, of Eastatoe,
has moved his family to Easley.
Mr. McK. has been appointed
policeman of the latter place.
Mrs. Wood, of Bclton, has
been on a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. E. P. Holder, of this sc
Thie Sunday scho0ol at Por
/ter's chapel is progressing nice..
ly, with Mr. W. L, Gravely as
The infant daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. .Arthur.'S. Porter has
been quite ill, but is improving,
C. M. Gravely and family vis
ited Will Gravely and family
Miss Lizzie Hopkins visited I
Miss Grace Porter, Sunday.
Ben LaBoon and J.I t. Ash
more of Pickens, was ih the dity
one day last week.
Mr. H. T. Keenan and Master
Bub Parsons made a business
trip to Greenville Saturday.
Mr; Clement Kelley of Central,
was among relatives here Wed
Mrs. J. T. Gentry of R. 3, vis
ited friends 'and relatives in
Greenville last week.
Miss Grace Freeman of Eas
ley, visited among 'her many
friends- here Saturday.
Miss Pearle Robinson returned
from Charlotte, N. C., last week
where she .hvd been the guest
of her sister, Mrs. J D. Grandy
for the past two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dorn and
lettle son, Hermon of Easley,
spent Saturday night and Sun
day with the former's sister,
Mrs. J. S. Christopher.
Mr. and Mrs. J.. L. Wilson and
daughter, Miss Annie, and Mr.
Abbott, passed through the city
Saturday on their way- to their
home in Walhalla. They were
in their touring car, for which
Mr. W. is agent.
Sheriff Roark of Pickens was
in the city Monday afternoon.
Mr. L. A. Boggs, our popular
contractor, 'pent Saturday and
Sunday with homefolks here re
turning to his work in Atlanta
Sunday afternoon, accompanied
by his little dauahter Katherine
who will spend several weeks
with friends before returning
Mrs. S. E. Christopher, who
has been the guest of Mr. ,.
Mrs. J. S. Christopher the
the past few wee ks, t Tues
day for Easley t "y'isit friends
and relatives. .
Mr. W Rer Stewart returned
SJQay afternoon after several
days visit to his uncle, Dr. J. B.
George of Gainesville, Ga.
Misses Meda Byrd, Francis
Willaad and Essie. Clayton at
tended the music Recital given
by Miss Clarke, Saturday after
noon at Norris.
Miss Willie Howard of near
Greenville, was the guest of
Miss Meda Hunt Saturday and
Quite a number of Liberty'tes
attended the unveiling at Sha
ron Sunday afternoon.
On May 17, 1911, the death
angel came and claimed .little
Hovie, the 8-months-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abner Masters, of
the Oolenoy section. His death
was sudden, and was a great
shock to his parents, he being
sick only a few hours. His re
mains were laid to rest the day
following his death in the famn
ily burying ground.
Oh, 'tis hard to give up our
darling babe, but we hope to
meet him in the sweet bye-and
bye. He has gone from our
home, but not from our hearts.
The empty cradle that once
held our precious babe is now
set aside. He was a sweet child
and beloved by all.
Oh, our darling babe has left us
To toil till the angel bids us
But we hope to meet little Hovie
in the land
Whore (earthly sorrow is never
A marriage of nmuch interest
was that of Miss Ellen Welb~orn
and Mr. Arthur Looper, which
occurred on the 21st, Rev. WV. C.
Seaborn being~ the officiating
Miss Webr is the beautiful
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin .J. Wolborn~I, of Pickens, R. 3,
wvhile M'r. Looper is the sonl of
Mr. and M\Irs. E. F. LOOpeCr. and
a promninlent young man of.
Miss Welborn wvas educated
at the Greonville (S. C.) Female
College, and numibers her friends.
b~y the score.
All join in wishing Mr. and "
Mrs. Looper mnuch~ joy, happi
ness and prospeite t hroai I1:rQ
WHEN COMPANY COMES
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T'or the Quality of the Goods, a
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he skin sur ace, bones., j ste, at%
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f Rheumatism cease, swellings subside
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pleasant and safe to take; composed of put
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lid builds ue the broken (town system. D~rug
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onsefor home cure.
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Summons For Relief.
TAE'll- OF OUTll CAROLINA
Court of Common lens.
Sunmons for Relief-Complaint not Served
1. It. Gilstrap
0 TIlF IElPNDANr A 1OVl NAIM ED:
You are Hereby Sunioned and reituired t
uswer the coiplaint in this action, wlh
this day Iiled in the otice of Clerk c
ourt fur Pickens County and I
elve a copy of your answer to the sal
L)mplaltt on the subscribers at their ottice i
'ekeis, .outh Carolina, within twenty da
Cter the service hereof, exclusive of the de
f suc'l tervice: and if you fail to answer ti
.nplaint within the tine aforesaid, the plai
f in thi action will apply to the Court ft
1erelief denanded in tecomplait
Datecd .AY 15th, A. 1). 1911
A. .1. Hoggs, [Seal]
Carey & Carey,
Totice of Final Settlement an
NOTICE is hereby given that I wi
iake application to J. B. Newberr
'eq., Judge of Probate for Pickens cou1
y. in the State of South Carolina, c
lie 1st day of June. 1911 at
'clock in the forenoon, or as soon ther
fIer as said application can be hear
or leave to make final settlement <
lie estate of Samuel Simpson decease
*nd obtain dicharge as execut(
if said estate.
lay 44 W. C. Simpson,
Valuable Land For Sale.
7-room house, 6 fire places, house fi
thed all over. large barn, crib' ar
wood house, etc., all kinds of fruits at
erries on lot and one of the best wel
f water in town. l5 minutes walk
he depot or up town; lot 150 x 200 ft.
2. 2 lots on Hampton ave. These le
le well and are nice butilding lots.
8. 2 lots on Lewis street. These a
ood lots and cheap too.
4; Pieot, 8.'tenakgt hou. es, .;Roorn for
lore houses ons same lot.' Brinus got
litereet on'$1-,408.'See'hei 'che'af'yt
an buy thus..
5. 2-story and babement brick butll
rig en lain street. See this if yc
want a good brasiness stand.
6. About 400 acres of land. 1 1-2 mil<
Vest of Pickene. Two Punblio roa<
hrough this place. This land lies c
he East sidle of Twelve ile River, bol
ides of Town Creek. On this place is
aed settlements, Tienant Houses, Barn
)otton Hiouses. and necessary '.ut-buill
ngs. Good orchards of select, fruit,
ood wells. 8 good springs. fret, stor
v~ater. Bermuda pasture. Thms is got.
arming land, wtill make 4t1 to 50 bi
orn per acre, lots of it miaking~ batle<
otton to acre and some of it. 801 bu. oat
goad p'ace in a good state of enittivI
ion.tflCan out this place into Lii fAS 1r1
cre tracts with good front, on publi
onds. If you warset it. cut show me,
olu want it al. see how cheap. An
ind of reasonable terms on alil or an
f the ab~ove
Reason for selling.
A. N. Morris.
now full of
.oo the yard Silk--anything
Make-Up" (except at hat)
'y Prices SHALL BE TI
td show you our Goods anc
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iere is the bifgest BOx PAPER OFFER you ey
heard of nd she quality is excellent.
Sheets of Paper
all I Nice lox; for only 4
A Little Better Quality for 35c.
; This value cannot be equaled anywhere except k
at a REXALL STORE.
Symphony Lawn Box Paper
is perfeLtion in paper manufacturing.
Pr10e D"OO. Der. bor.
. To see is to E1now better. We are ready with 4
: Pickens Drug Co.1
FOR THAT KEG OF
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottling Works,
R. L. Davis Proprietor
; REAL ESTATE for SALE,.
11 No. 1. 50 acres, 5 miles west of Pickens, 15 acres cleared, balanct
k in woodland and pasture, good new 4-room house completed and
n small outbuildings within 1-2 mile from the new Baptist Church.
"Mountain View." This is an excellent place in a good neigh
borhood and a bargain at $1,400. Terms.
No. 2. 1 3-4 acres in forks of road at Six Mile, 4-room dwelling 4
*d store house and barn, This is an excellent place for the mat.
)r who wants to run a store. Going at $1,000. Terms, if you nee&
them. Your move.
No. 3. 64 acres, known as the G. W. Childiess place, ' lan&
- of..Benton Ereauw aAthC1%a.k lands. s2 'nveto
4-room house, fine young orchard. If yo t this land at,
$1,100, say so. Terms.
- No. 4. 40 acres, known as the Parker pl ce near Mile Creek.
Listen, now: Good 2-story 7-room house, large barn, 25 acres irl
cultivation, close to school and church, and the best improve
o small place that I have on my list, $1,650 on terms of one-hall
cash, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years.
ts No. 5. 187 1-2 acres,. 5 miles west of Pickens, 9-room 2-story
dwelling-, new 4-room tenant house, good outbuildings, 75 acres ir
-e cultivation, good pasture an4 orchard, 1 mile to church, 1 1-2
miles to school. T~his is a well improved place, some rolling land
8 but cheaip at-$27 per acre.
' No. 6. A32.#cres, kriown'as the George Kennentur place,i rr.W.
* C. Soaborn's home place 5 1-2 miles from Pickens in a splendid
section. 40 acres in cultivation, good orchard, 4-room house with ~
outbuildings; small tenant house. Price, $2,500, $900 cash, bal
ance $250 per year. How would you like this.
H. M. H EST E R1
:Box 264. Pickens, S. C.
Pickens Bank Building.
SLet me write your fire insurance; I'll place you in good re
ICloth for 5c Per Yard
Wefind for mny purposes thatI (loth
for 5c i)'r yard( will fill the bilI, viz, such
as quilt linbings and~ top)s andi~ miany other
tihsne> around a homie. We too find that
every body cannlot buy expensive clo0th
and have to buy accor'ding to thewir purse.
Ini Ordler to be aible to fill this dI eand
we have put in a line of the very best 5c*
goods we csould. possibly secure in calicoes,
F or anything you need be sure to see
us. We wvill sell you goods on an average
at as low a pice as you can secure themn
anlywhere and are ala , gad to handle
your chickens and eggs anid produce at
the very best possible price.
Come to see us We will treat you
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One...rice Caosh Merchants.