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bubscrIpton Pri ene Dollar a Year
tAred at .pioxcv '*Moe Ab second 0lIss.
1T h!.\ Y. NNj 1, 1911.
Pr.;~.. .1 d S-i.,k2:irs' Day. Juib td
A.,sem'pg& a erans In front
the N .h s:.tchurch, at
Mt-h t. cour' ;uqe. the pro
cession headed by First Reg
Upon arrival at- courthouse:
Prayer-Rev. C. A. Waters.
A few words of welcome on be
half of the Pickens Chapter,
U. D. C.
Song-"The New Dixi?," by
Mrs. Geo. F. Kirby.
"A true story of a Pickens
County Veteran," written by
Mrs. C. E. Robinson, and read
by Miss Porter.
Music by the Band. .
Poem-"A Confederata Note,"
read by Rev. Geo. F. Kirby.
Music by the Band.
Address to the Old Soldiers by
the orator of the day.
"Dixie," by the Band.
The presentation of Crosses of
Thirty minutes given to talks
by the Old Soldiers, open
Benediction-Rev. B. Holder.
Picnic dinner, under auspices
of U. D. C.
Mr. Legare's Sad Home Coming.
As the result of a most dis
tressing accident, which oc
raurred yesterday afternoon,little
Rosa Legare, the five-year-old
daughter of Congressman and
Mrs. George S. Lagare, died at
9 o'clock this morning at the
Logare resideice, No 12 Bee
The accident occurred yester
day afternoon on the premises
of a nearby friend. The little
^~ girl reaehed up -to pick a potted
plant from a shelfi laden with
flowers in heavy pots, when the
entire strip of boarding laden
with the earthenware fell from
its supports, burying the child
As soon as medical aid could
- be obtained, it was ascertained
that the child hian sustained
Early this morning .she ap-1
peared to be progrossig .nicely,
but at 9 o'cl'ock she was seized
with convulsions and quickly
rCongressman Legare, who
knew nothing of the child's in
jury, was en route to the city'
from Washington at the time,
and arrived in Charleston just
before his little daughter's death.
Rosa was the youngest child
of the Legare family, and was
a most attractive and bright
little girl. She was affection
ately known by her relatives as
"Tiny."-Charleston Post, Fri
day, May 26th.
'The community was shocked
Friday when the above intelli
gence was flashed over the wire
to friends In Pickens. and all
our people, and especially those
who knew her loving, clinging
nature and sweet disposition,
could not but shed tears of sor
row and express words of sym
pathy for the heartbroken par
ents and stricken brother and
The snuffing out of this sweet,
innocent child's life 'is an inexc
plicable act, as seen from man's
stondpoint, but' we MU ,alize
that God's wondrous h di*a
in it. T'o those who dted on
her and loved her so, we can
but see in it the -hand of our
Master trying to cement ouir ties
the closer and sm*king us surer
of that mansion not made with
hands, eternal in the heavens,
which He hath promised to thke
faithful, and by, and through
"Tiny" we have one more'
trand of love pulling us nearer
the Great God of Hosts and an
'3 ~ pre~re
o yrpleth ever
Dur efore, Ist 1
not b ther reet
that "Boneest soon
than her log.1 igde.
On the 8th of.,ay the~ dead
ankel 'Visited the hqre of Wf
and Mrs. A o. :Durham en
clafiied for its victitn Claddle
their 18.dionths-old baby.'
Xts little 1odys laid tq res
the day follOivng Rt daIh ir
the Camp Crheacemetery, tev
W. G. Mauldin cond'eting th
funeral a'rvkpes wddh *4
witnessed by a large number o
sorrowing relatives and friends
We exend our heartfelt syrn
pathy to the heartbroken fathe
and mother in their hour' o
He is now numbered with th
With the angels bright ani
We can almost see him beck
To that glorious land o'e
Darling Claudie, he has left us
Yes, forever more;
But we hope again to meet hir
On that happy golden :shor(
The closing exercises of th
school began last Thursda
evening, with the exercises b
the Graded School student4
which consisted of drills, songi
dialogues, and recitations. Th
students performed their pai
with credit to themselves and t
their respective teachers. Th
exercises were highly apprecial
ed by the largest audiened eve
assembled in the school building
On Friday evening the Con
mencement exercises prop(
took place when a class c
twelve received diplomas. A
ter the usual exercises by th
class the climax was reache
when Hon. M. L. Smith. c
Camden, Speaker of the Hour
of Representative, dlfivered hi
masterly oration. Mr. Smit,
is a noted speaker and a larg
crowd was present to greet hirr
The diplomnas Wvere deliverd t
the class by Senator Mlaul
din, chairman of the .boar<
of trustees, in -a few well
chohern words. The follo wini
cortiposed the class: Ruby Baker
Me'da Bbgs, Sa~die Cajg, .Edn;
Earle, liassle Gattin, Ivez Moi
ris. Typi Lewis, ayv.McFall
Nann(e Portes( Sallie. Jigdori
John Joe Mc~'all a'nd .ller:
Shi Was In the Samse Flx
A story is Nojing the rouinds o
a cou jle of young pobple,.not
thous~nd 'miles .froni.Pickens
who :atternded church uecently
While the collection was bein
taken the young man comi
menced fishing in. his pocket
for a dime. His face expresse
his embarrassment as he hoarse
ly'whispered: "Iguess Ih~ve' n
a cent; I changed my pants.
The young lady, who had .beei
examining the unknown region
of a woman's dress for he
purse, turned a pink color, an:
said: "IPm in the samne fix."
STO CURE SORE BUNIONS
.Treatment Marvelously Quick for
SThis and All Foot Troubles. 4
"'Dissolve two tablespo nfuls of Calo
eide compound in a basin of hot water
soak the feet in this for. full flfteer
minutes, gently' massaging .the sore
parts. (Less timo .will not give desire4
results.) Repeat this each night unti
cure is permanent." Al
pain and inflammation ia
drawn out Instantly -ant
' the bunion soon Is treducei
' to normal size, Corns ani
callouses can .be peele<
'~sore, tender feet. and
smellsg, sweaty feety need
but a few treaatments. A
twenty-five cent package of Calocid4
Is usually sufficient to* put: the vworsi
feet in fine condlitlone Calocide is nc
longer confltted to only 'the doctors
use. Any druggist has it In stock or
swill quicklys get it from :his whole:
male house. This will prove, a wel.
some ttemn to persons who, have been
rainly trying to cure their 'fool
:roubles with ineffectives tableta.'ad
noot nowd~ers... .
eSTXTEI CP A IoVi A
e a- - ou;t of Cotiion 4
D - -.
TQ:TU .NEFENDANT AB .-AAW<
Yos ar"Hrby 8taao
a ewr iecolinpleMnt .Jh h
# 's 'y *i WBle in the 9, 1
Court ..for Pickens,- oe
serve a copy of your answo
pomplait .v.on the hubscrib e'ro .ato theoc
~umipe,~s~tor Relief-ozaile 4 1,J)i$
*Pickens, . South Carolina,'witbi*n twegi.tvday'
r after .the service heC.reof, exclusive of; tif'Qpy
of such Vh . . k,
of suhberfice;.and if you fail to ansWer 'the
complaint within th.e tite'afe 'esaid, the P'lain.
tiff InI this action will apply to the Court for
the i-elef detmanded in the complaint.
Dated May -l5th, A. D. 1911
A. .1. lHoggs. 18all
C. C. P.
Carey o Carey,
lDon't Scratch e
Stop the Iching!
Of all the remedies'for skin
-diseases none gives such uni
versal satisfaction as Dike's
Eczema Lotion in the treat
ment of Eczema, Tetter, Bar
e ber's Itch, Ringworm, Dry or
y Scaly Skin, Pimples or Erup
Stions of any kind, including
It isn't pleasant to be afflict
ed with any skin disease, but
no ailment is more common.
t Statistps ay that one person In ev.
erO three suffers from soe formi of
d sk a disese-and iost of them sui
fer in silence and conceal their trou
e ble because of a feeling of false dell
ecey occasioned by the unreatonable
pirejudice agains~t affilWtions of this
Ylie'o Eczema Lti en, app'- i
-faithfully, will do mnore Ihan it-,
lieve 0h" itching and rcratchimt.
I f any skin dit-ense is curadle this
r itlinble remiedv will cure it.
of Slz'el. 50 cents and 81.00
d w Pickens, S. C b
e no ilment'sV Aic'mon
i iCmeyi and ca heir thea
e ylou -have oseeadverlsedsoi
wonerful : musicd ainstru.3 I
lv't re iis unti you herith:
Whtiy sn p'eri todeay ieti
Johntusbl H.'ed illas
A..Z K. v~'
WesVitrEnd. intr m .-nt
"Mori'ey s e GoosF
WTough ths Blood
PI3,CL S, , W
Rheu matism, Bezema,
'.*B 1$..(Botanio Blood Blood) is the
ily Blood Remedy that kills the poison
n the blood and then puriflen it-send
oga flood of pure, rich blood direct to
he skin surface, bones. joints, and
wherewr-1he dieese is lcated... In.this
RONl ,ores 40m. pim o. e ppions
it~lean~lcure. pane suit aches
A Rheumatism oeape, swelling subside.
B. B. B. completelv changes the body
nto a clean healthy condltion, giving
he skin tlhe rich. red bue of perfect
iealth. B. B. B. cures the worst old
muse. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM-B BB
pleasant and safe to take; composed Of ure
Botanic ingredients. it purifies and enriches
Lhe blood. it. it. i. strengthen% the nerves
ind buildI. up the broken down system. Drug.
Clseta 1.00 nE RJAUOIH BOTTLE with diree
Lions for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR
- -1 1% a
WHEN COMPANY COMES
you waNit to put the hit'. foot
foi' art. donf't yorg We can
Q UR TABLE.Sn;VER
IS. WHAT .YOU REQUI8FE.
Look-..at our new offewings and
buy .whait you need. A present
purchjast- may Jpecludel ein bar
TIEA SERVICE. SOUP LA
DLES, SPOONS. FORKS.
now full of4
z.oo the > aird Silk--anything
' Make-Up" (except a hat).'
ny Prices SHALL BE THE 3
I to show you our Goods and t
r Less Money"
Pickens Drug Co. Q'
FOR THAT KEG OF
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottling Works,
R. L. Davis Proprietor
REAL ESTATE for SALEK
No. 1. 50 acres, 5 miles vest of Pickens, 15 acres cleared, balan
in woodland and pasture, good new 4-room house completed ai
small outbuildings within 1-2 mile from the new Baptist Churc..
"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 dweilin
store house and barn, This is an excellent place for the mE-.
who wants to run a store. Going at $1,000. ''erms, if you ne4,
then. Your move.
No. 3. 64 acres, known as the G. W. ChildLess place, joining Ian
of Benton Freeman and the Clark lands. 20 acres in 'ltivation,
4-room house, fine young orchard. If you w l di
$1,100, say so. Terms.
No. 4. 40 acres, known as the Parker place n\t'.Mile Cree L.
Listen, now: Good 2-story 7-room house, large barn, '5 acres hi
cultivation, close to school and church, and the best improv
small place that I have on my list, $1,650 on tern f n-a
cash, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years. r~so n-~
No. 5. 187 1-2 acres, 5 miles west of Pickens, h-room 2-stor
dwelling, new 4-room tenanthouse, good outbuildings, 75 acores
cultivation, good pasture and orchard, 1 mile to church, 1
miles to school. This is a well improved-plate 'some rolling la t
but cheap at $27 per acre. ;' ,
No. 6. 62 acres, known as the George Kennemur place, near V
C. 8eaborn's home place 5 1'2 mileg from . Picketis in a splen
section,-40'idres in driltivation, gbod ordhard,4-x'oom house. w
outbuildings; small tenant house. Price,. $2,500, $900.. cash, t
ance $250 per year. How would you. like this.,
H. M. HESTER*
Box 264. Pick'ens, S.'
Pickens . Bank Building
Let me write your fire insurance; l'll place you inj goqd.r
Cloth for 5c Per Yard
e find fm, manny purposes that clot b
lor 5c rwr yardl will fills the bill, viz, such
as~ quilt inunrgs and tops and itaanyother
thine~s arounfd a hoiuad. Wet too find that
e~very lbod(y. Cannot0 buy expe.nsive cloth
aind have to buy according to~ their puarse,
In order to be able to fill this deusnnd
we have put in a line of the very best 5e
oods we could possibly -secure in calicoes
~hecks, ginighamns anid homespun.
For anything you needI be sure to see
s. We will sell you goods on an averaget
Lt as low a price as you can secure the
Lnywhere and are always glad to handhe +
our, chickens and eggs arid produce at
he very best possible price.
.Come to see us we will- treat you.
JRAIG BROS CO
One-price Cash Merchants.