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LOCAL BREVITIES r
Some Things You Know and Some
You Don't Know About Our
ToWDS, CouItJ & People
-Plenty of music in Pickens, o
June 3d. Come out and enjoy it. t
-The revenue officers made
a raid-on the Ooolenoy, Monday, (
cut Up a still and arrested Geo. t
The contest closes Aln a few a
weeks. Get busy and keep g
busy. Work for your favorites
early and late.
-James W. Hendricks, of
Pickens, R. 4, has a son about r
6 years old that is suffering very
severely with muscular rheu
-Folger, Thornley & Co., t
agents, have sold to Mr. John
W. Hendricks, of Pickens, R. 1,
a fine 7-passenger Mitchell tour- c
-Cards are out announcing
the marriage of Mr. E. Folger
and Miss Eilene Taylor, which
-takes plaee in the Pickens Bap
tist church on June 8th. -. .
-Paul Howard, residing on
Jonas Simmons' place, above a
Pickens. was taken sick Friday 3
and died Monday night from
acute indigestion, and was s
buried the day following his
death at Shady Grove church. t]
He was about 28 years old, and m
leaves a wife and two children.. d
-Don't fail to attend the d
memorial exercises at Cross
Roads on May 30th. The con- t1
mittee, consisting of Messrs J. ei
B. Findley, B. F. Farmer and ti
S. M. Looper, informs us that r
everybody has been invited, and
that all arrangements have been ]
made for a gala day. The Vet- ti
J'n ca ps, the U. D. C. Chap- -a
ra e'al 'Oitanie
zations h 'been invited
and are ex' to be there, in
full ..force.. A great time -isc
promised all who attend.
-William Ashmore, the 18- IE
months old son of - Mr. and Mrs. n
V. L. . -Loehr, of . Greenville, s,
Tenn.. died -at the -home of his b
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.' W.
F@Ashmore, in Piclgens, on~ the,
rporning of Saturday, 21st inst.,
after a short illness, and was
burled the evening following in
the Pickens cemetei'y. To thee
bereaved relatives and heart
broken parents the sympathy
of our community is extended, a
"Suffer little children to come
unto Me and forbid them not,
for of such is the Kingdom of ii
-The many friends in Pick
ens of Mrs. Florine Bolt Norris, ~
of Central, will deeply sym pa- 0
thise with her in her trouble of
being the innocent cause of the s
death of one child and the seri
ous .injury of another4 on the t
18th inst., with her autqjnobile,
near Central. It seems that the
little sons of Mr. J. F. Puckett
and Mr. S. A, Kelley were play- a
ing in the road,the Puckett boy 1B
pulling the Kelley lad in a small 11
wagon. There is a bend in the d
road, hid by a bank, and as Mrs, "
N. came around this curve the pI
children, who were trying, it w
seems, to get out of the road, b<
were run over. The Pnckett H]
boy undertook to pull the wagon a1
with his playmate (Kelly) in it, s'
up an incline, when the tongue
of the wagon slipped out of his et
hand and the cart rolled in -the ai
path of the running machine. jm
The Puckett boy, in attempting et
to again get hold of the cart; i
was killed, while the Kelly child fc
was seriously hurt, but it is of
thought he will reover. It was be
purely an accident and~ could ei
not be helped. No one roerets ni
It moro than Mrs. EN., and her' ot
many friend1s extend true sym- r
thies a . mold h'er blaimeles;s oil
-June 8. June 8. June 8.
-Mrs. Elisha Gilstrap and
aughter visited at Clemson last
-Hon. Geo. S. Legare and
%mily will arrive in Pickens
-Bring your wife and a well
lIed basket, and all the chil
ren on June 3d.
-Don't forget your baskets
n June 3d. We will have the
iggest of all picnics.
-God bless the Old Soldiers
6ome dut June 3d, and help
hem have a good time.
-There'll be a good, live
peaker on hand June 3d. Let's
Ive him a rousing reception.
-Miss Lillie Gilstrap who has
een teaching school at Wil
lamston is home for the sum
-Come out and help the Old
oldiers enjoy themselves on
une 3d. It will be on Saturday
-Mrs. T. J. McDonald ac
ompanied by her sister, Miss
.ula Nalley spent the week-end
-Friend A. M. Morris, of
'ickens, is in Columbia this
reek attending a meeting of a
-ZDoiQ forget your baskets,
nd come 'Tr- '!ckens on June
d. We are going to1haye.he
iggest day yet on that occk-C
-June 3, 1911, will belong to
ie Old Soldiers, and the town
rill be turned over to them that
ay. Come out and enjoy the
ay with them.
-Capt. R. A. Fisher, the hus-.
ing section master on the Pick
.is Railway, made a business
-ip to Greenwood, Monday,
Aturning Tuesday evening.
-There will be 20 Crosses of
[onor conferred this year by
ie Daughters of the Confeder
cy on June 3d. See the list
isewhere in this issue.
-Our good friend and efficient
lunty treasurer, 'Squire B. D.
Farvin, has been confined to
Is bed for .the past week, but
i. better at this writing. His
iany friends hope to see him
>on at his accustomed place of
-Mr. Wade Armstrong mnade
ashort visit to Pickens last
reek..Misses Berta and Jessie
'raynham, of Dacusville, Pick
ns, county, and Miss Minnie
ee Julian, of the Return sec
on, visited Miss Emma Moore
nd Mrs. Luna Julian during the
ast week.-Westr'ninster Trib.
-The Pickens County Sing
ig Convention will meet with
1eGlenwood Cotton Mill church
'e first Saturday night and
unday in June, as it was rained
ut at Griffin church in March.
eare expecting some good
ngers from Georgia, also from
-reenville and Anderson coun
es. Everybody,. come, and let
s have a good singing. L. F.
-We are going to have an
Il-day singing at Prater's Creek
aptist church, Sunday, June
3. All lovers of music are cor
tally invited to come and bring
ell-filled baskets.' It is ex
seted that Rev. W. G. Mauldin
ill preach at 11 a. mn. Every
>dy come praying that the
Qly Spirit will be wvith
i and crown our efforts with
iecess. A. B. RIGOINs,
-There is not a section of our
munty but what has a contest
it, or is interested in our vet
g proposition, and it behooves
Lch and everybody to work for
eir own favorites. The time
r closing is brief, and( any one
these cand~idlatos, who are
hind, by a littto concededi
Lort, can get upl ini the mi
ng, pass the leaders, and win
.t with flying colors. The
-If you want a good Incu ba
tor get a Buckeye from W. A.
-See W. A. Thompson for
S. C. Rhode Island Red eggs,
$1.00 setting, good hatch guar
-For land anywhere in Pick
ens county see or write J. R.
Ashmore, 'The Land Man."
-Dr. T. A. Seawright's Den
tal office is in the Masonic Tern
le, upstairs, over the Pickens
rug Co.'s store. When in need
of dental work'call and see him.
Would you buy a farm in a
good section on texns of $200
down and $150 per year until
paid for, See H. M. Hester, "The
Real Estate Man," Office Bank
Building, Pickens, S. C.
-FOR SALE-One 2-h. p. In-,
ternational gasoline engine; one
pumping jack; one galvanized
taik, 800 gallons capacity.
Good as new. Bargain. Apply
to J. E. HAGOOD, Easley, S. C.
-Do not fail to see The Pick
ens Drug Co. for silverware, cut
glass and chinaware, for wed
ding presents. They have
many patterns that are very
appropriate for such occasions.
WANTED- 200 men from 18
years old and up to learn the
granite cutting business in an
open shop. Wages from $1.00
per day and up. Address Box
15, Rion, S. C., Railroad Station
Rockton, S. C. 11may4t
-It becomes us to do honor to
the Confederate Soldiers. Pick
ens county gave some of the
truest and best soldiers to the
Confederacy, and we want to
let them know how much we
appreciate their sacrifices.
NOTICE is hereb guivn toIwill
sq. d er Fl tob e ftoro ray
to Its Youthfl Color
^#a& hair falling.
'clockin thefoeon for) assnthr.
otice o minal Settlement and
NOIEis hereby given that I wvill
make application t J. B. Newberry
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
count), in the state of South Carolina,
on the let day of Julie 1011 Lt 11
o'clock in the forenoon. or as soon there
after as said application ca o b n =ard.
for leave to make final ettleyent of
the estate of A. A. Alexander deceased,
and obtain discharge as administrator
of said estate. J. N Hallum,
Notice t Sale .
By virtue of an order of the
Probate Judge of Pickens LAD un
eas e ml en at the resne o-fy
rBve B. osra beoe the 1rth day o
of Jueoside to th ihstide muot
cash, thyen pronar befort aoe
te ette ofdersg." .Dcs
tMay 25,91 Execut<r.
Nceoarshors and C Etrs
sThte exmnaio the ltMr.LADawar.deof
acand mstorsean Wthersam Coul
vee n for br the isiron ofany otu
Jlnt will o be earrted paynt aour
alousons Fiday.e tol 7,i eat a m.
mak pplimants ono beor e theabofife
es o gWcholarships E
he exmndition orn the awardo
vacants scholarship shold wCohe
l edenti fohnobfr the amsinonexami..
it.n~ wilor shlarsthip Cxanaton
yasfagWeiScholarships arewot$0 adfe
.ucatin fTe Jnex7thesso will openrd
epthemaking0 1911 Fores furterainfor
thsr nation ctaovded addey Pree.
to e.e . Johnson k lifo, the EC. tu
17hYabeisSeptember 20,9) .Fo ute nfr
Entra neo exam i:M: inn at al.(ibe CounI~
4.3a-- nt FiiLriday, .July 7, at I? a. mi.
'I li- C.olleget is a indowed. , n.
bhing~ iit to mainin~gi the high n t slltnd
< 'oiirns for it-s.A.. ii :S.. nt l ;:. S.
ndt. free. t ition. opon ,~ eI co peitivye
xamnina tion in Sep tembler.
Iees. g e eme -ma
-Ssge b oew
J.E* OG .E IDE
BOGGS1i & FMNDEe
' Pickens, S. C.
Onice over Pickensm in.'
DR. R. E.- INGOLD'
Liberty, S. C.
Practice at Central every Wednedays.
Plokens Lodge No. 123
K. of P.,
Xtacted convention 8:80 p. in,, Monday
eve"ninig after thew 1st and 3d Sundaty.
Work ahead for all the Ranks.
a.lI visitors cor-lially invited.
By o'rderi of
.1 L. VALLEY, C, C.
SAlE I. OEtAI10. K. of i. and S.
iew "Rock Hill" Lightest
Running, Most Stylish
and Durable on
MIPatented LonerDistance Spindle
oiled without removal of wvheel.
*1(Pa ten ted Sile Spring.
CI-tronge'st braced kBody made.
same' Uitf u, l
Beauty is But*-:
Yes, and mansy a pret- 0
ty face :tops a multi
tude of sins.
Now -when -you get3
clothes at Roths
child's you can sately
buy those that look
good to you-because@
we know aipd have
studied the essential *
OF SIGHT that must
be tliere to keep
SClot.hles im the liles
well dressed people ie
Don't forget to ask
to see our Cravenett
L(1 & Wel, Chic0;o.
Ave. Greenville, S. C.
ars Your Clothier."
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A....een. H ..D C.
YORK nt SatiFORd
M. ii~ h N ((0(HEcsBrEST
On ff~h '' ~iI~ eHAv oOfPoreiTSmi i
k~~iIIIW~re al~:uGr ' e env ( illole ma. C.
(h,'ite ail'; ilajS uyticlyo one prchely
1 )( ~ d \Tj1(()Y5 ',ear o tBack ifY o ute
Eg a/ YORK tnot Satisfied.eti
Vne ofii a heh ti hingi e have i to;nv ofer ouIIlr custoe1r ri(he.
Perfecion H sto k . w ihte e ih o . G aate
Otui nolware. ai ob :i .T bst quo~aI aliyon tth mrkt.i
god *,.*s dop roment
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