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oMe ThNR !a KnowI Ud Sme
You DoIL &now About Oar
TownS, Canty & People
-Dr. J . Bolt, of Easley,
was calledto Pickens. on gprofes
sional business Monday.
--Beginning *Monday., June
196h. train No. 42 on the !South
era, will leave Greenwille 3
minutes lateritihan at pFesent.
--The lower section *of th(
county was -Mielted by a sever(
windstorm Sumdaynight. Many
trees were uprooted and .several
outbuildings were blown 'down,
Some rain followed in its wake.
-Dr. and Mrs. R. E. 'lhomp
son of Inunian, S. C., have is
sued ivitations to the miarriag(
of their daughter, Ruth, to Dr.
James Eldward Allgood Of Liib
erty. , C., )n Tu esda June 20,
--kr. A-rthiur Jo~nes of Ensilny
w-as shakingc' hand(s wvith hi.,
frienids in~ Pickens Monday. 1He
came uip to look after somomat
ters in Judge Nevbery's Office,
beuiAng th1(e eX(,centor of the estat(
of Ms. , A Unnsdeceased.
The harvest is great :ind
ile rnapers are few,'" and as a
C(jse( Iue(ce miuch fin over-rip(
grain is waitii. for the scythe.
Relports from every section of
the couity says that both th(
oat and wheat crop is extra
goo(d c.d the threshers are get
ting ready to go to work.
The year-old baby girl of
W. HI Boggs, of Pickens R. 2,
died Sunday and was buried
Tuesday at the family burying
ground at Borro'ugh's old mill,
Rev. W. C. Seaborn conducting
the funeral. To the heartbroken
father and two little children
4synipathy of the community
r c ges o'ht.'
-There will be an all-day
singing conducted at Secona the
fourth Sunday in this month, .i
being the 25th instant. All lov
ers of good music are cordially
invited to come and bring song
books. Dinner will be served on
the ground, so everybody bring
well-filled baskets .,and spend a
pleasant day together.
--Walter H. Griffin, of Green
ville, spent a few days with his
mother, Mrs. F. Griffin, in Pick.
ens this week. Walter leaves
next week for a pleasure trii
through the West, especially~
will he look over the state of
Oklahoma, returning by way of
Hot Springs, Ark., to see wvith
his own eyes that which he ha
heard and read so much about.
--A . B. Riggins of Liberty, R.
3, was in Pickens Tuesday andi
says that the wheat andI oats
crop is the finest in his section
it has been In years. He fur
ther says that if the farmers will
4sprinkle a little salt on their
straw when they pack it away,
they will have some mighty fine
feed that stock will eat with as
much relish, as if it were corn
-Contestants, the contest
closes with this issue, so far as
the publishing of the standing
of the candidates Is concerneod.
You, one and all have done well
and deserve credit for the show
mng you have made and it is now
up to you and your friends to de
the rest. -From now on to Sat
urday night July 1st, at I
o'clock, the coupons which will
be issued will be nut directly in
to the box and we will know nc
more about the standing of th(
contestants than they do them
selves. Coupons mailed bearing
C' the post-mark of office and
above date, though received af.
ter that date will be counted
just the same as if they had
ban cast in persen at the office
on that dat..
-iMiss Eaa Ges~eief, 3%arrn
ing and pooular young lady., *I
Easley, nd' manager of th<
Easley Tileephene Exchange.
spent Tapsday afternoon wit
Miss Emaa inn'ey, in Pickens.
-The .-morths old baby giri
of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Paos wh<
reside at ithe Abe Mauldin plac(
near Easley.,. died last ThursdaN
evening f brain fever. To th<
bereaved parents we extend
-Theme will be an all-day
sinaing.at Rice's Creek new Bap.
tist chiucha, fourth Sunday iin
June. All good singers are cor
dially invited to come and bring
song books and well-filled bas
-Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Jen
nings, of Hardeeville, S. C., wh<
were united in marriage on th(
6th inst.., are spending a "Short
time in Pickens with the latterF
parents and receiving the con.
gratulations of their iany
-Miss Ada Bolding, the efi.
cient little "hello girl" at th<u
Pickens te)lone exchange ha:
resignedl 11. 1)sitiol, as sinelh,
Miss B-olding provedl heriself
Imiiglty nice, good am. ;Wcomlo.
dat ng operaItor an(I the pItrom
of this exchange will hyt.e t(
give hr lp. She will spend lIth
suunnlltleI atI home and,1( assist Ilei
Iolher hi dressmaking. o fm
we (o iot know the plans of th<
company anl know iot. wh(
they vwill get to attend to this
exchange. 1Later: A Miss Smith
bf Liberty, has taken chia-rge,
and fomli the start ;ho has mai1e(
Will no (oublt, give Univ 'r';l
satisfaction to the patroin.
---Deputy Collector Scruggs of
Greenville, Special Agent Ver
million of Baltimore, Deputy
Marshal Alexander, State De
tective LaBoon and C. L. Cure
ton made a raid on the Oolenoy
Monday and destroyed a big
outfit. On Tuesday this possc
went up on Big Eastatoe and
cut down another stand. Nc
arrests were made and the oper
ators had just closed down al
each place. On.Wednesday Mr
LaBoon and Chief McKinney
and Constable Chapman, oi
Easley, got out a few miles fromr
that town and resurrected ll
gallons that had been hid undei
an oat shock.
The many friends throughout
the county-will-hear with regi'et
of the accident that befell Mr.
Hal T. Boggs, of Calhoun, last
Friday night while in Atlanta.
From the best information ob
tainable, it seems that the heat
was so oppressive that he could
not sleep, so he got up and sat
in the window to gain some
fresh air and dropped off to sleep.
He lost his balance and tumbled
out of the second story, bnit
struck on an awvning which
broke the fall and when picked
up off the ground he was bruls
ed and stunned but no b~ones
broken. Medical aid wvas sum
moned and he has b~een resting
well and will- be removed to his
home the latter part of this
week. His-.friends are glad that
h'e got off as light as he (lid from
so narrow an escape.,
-Say, will we have the fair
this fall? We would like to an
swer all such inquiries in the af -
firmative, but unless the execu
tive committee will get together
and1 formulate their plans and
(10 the wvork they were elected to
(10, the time will pass and no
fair'. TPhe b)usiness p~eole of this
andl all other towns in the cou n
ty should take hold and l)ush it
along for there is nothing that
helps to advertise a conntnnity,
townt or countymore than a wvell
conducted1 and successful fair.
By all means, let the executive
committee begin its work at once
and put the various sub1-commiit
tees in the field, so as to get
t down to business, and tho farm
ers and others will know what
to expect and what to compete
for. Tre is lots of work ahe i d
but the people ar-e eq-il to the
task of pulling~ oW a gtoodI exhit.
e-eStandard gasolene c per
gallon. R. E. G66dWin.
-For land anywhere in Pick
ens county see or write J. R.
Ashmore. "The Land Man."
-Remember the singing at
Praters church next Sunday the
18th. instant. All day service
with a sermon by Itev. W. G.
Mauldin at 11 a. m.
FOR SALE--Southwest Geor
gia farms. No finer lands, no
better prices. We speak from
personal knowledge. Write to
day for new list.
Epton & Switzer,
. Spartanburg, S. C.
-The many friends of Miss
Meda Boggs, the youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
John Boggs, is quite seriously
ill with typhoid fever. Her large
circle of friends'as well as those
of the family hone for her a
-Mrs. - Stewart, nee Ellie
Price, of Montana, who is on a
visit to her parents and other
relatives in the county, spnt
last, Week with Iirs. J M.
Stewart, in Pickens. Her min
meous friends ill Pick!.is were
(liJighted to se he. ,a,ain.
-Non' E.Sitt herlan/1. who,
itinI. relt ive in Texas aid
(akin4, inl tlw sighlts i te
ort~ionsW d the West. hs re
Srnd to is }wnw i( Pi'kens.
wv ! pinow;d wit'Ih his tr p.
.S. Ste w t, foI'mierlqy with
Sth. GaineO & Gassatway --
cantil o.,o Cenral, but now
a prom1hliinent, 1'l (state deale-r of
Easlev, waS in Pickenis one dayj
last week. saking l hands with
llhis many friends. Rumor has
it that Mr. S. is grooming him
IeIf for the race next year for
clerk of court for this county.
Should he decide to run, no
doubt but what he will get a
most flattering vote.
-'Mr. George Chapman, an
erstwhile resident of Pickens
and citizen of this county, but
who for the past three years has
been in the West, is .0ead. A
telegram was received in..Pick
ens, Sunday, conveying the sad
intelligence that he had shot
himself at Sheridan, Wyoming,
the evening before. From the
meager information obtained, It
develops that the cause was a
case of jealousy and suicide
over a woman. George was
universally liked by those who
knew him, andis mahy friends
will regret to learn of his rash
Scholarship anid En
T'he exkmiination for the award of
vacant scholarshiipse in Winthrop Coi
lege and for the adrnission of new stu
dents wall be held at the County GouI,
Hous~e on Friday. Jul '7, at ) as. mn.
A pplicants 3a1ust be noet, iee s an fiftse, na
yeas s of age. WVhena schlar~aships are
vacar.t after July 7 they wvill be awrd.
ed thueusn aking the~ highesit averag. ni,
this exrminsation, p~oviest they meetO
Llu- cu)f<Gltions~ goverinm sg the a ward.
A Jiphcantls for l,Jaholahp sqhoulId w rite
to Pa eiaient Johnson before the exann-~a
ntin for ac(Othoaip eixaminationa
Schiolarhips are' worth .$10 ) an free
uitina. Ta1 5next sm4i, C wal o,,..
Se'ptemabes 2, 1911 . For further aons.r
mation and catalogue. address* Praes.
D). II. Johnasona, hek H ill, s. C,
Notice of Election.
whesaeas, a petition fromn the free..
holders and e'lectors of Oolenoy
School District numbier :36 has h"ena filed
with the County lb rd of Eduacat~on
aisking said Board for paermission to hold
a i lectiona L- deterna a-. whsether orI ICm
sall lbe lte 1p o aidl inasta a.et, for w.oool
It appearalg te ulae (Uosat't liurds. sf
Edni':tIaI tha~t thet peoon nw05 iaets ah
requIiren tmms of the~ la w:
T.hereforej it is Ihereby oarderedl thlsat theo
ruistees of the above naamed D~istrict d
hold an election in abo :e nmed l~istrict,
forF the ab~ovoestatedl p)urpo, the elee
tion to be) held at Oolenoy scehool hoaase
on Sardlay June 24. The Tlrstees. of
the aoove anamedi District are hereby ap.
pointed Managers of said election. The
election to be held according to the re
quirments of Section 1208 of the School
By order of te County iBoard of* Ed.
" .. ,' . H. '1'. U A LbUM
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MumO. . . o.m.. .
-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,
$1a00.etting, good-hatch guar.
-Fon SALE-A good family
horse;, good style; wei.ht about
1,000 pounds; aige right; for cash
or good note. Write or call on
E. N. WHIrM[UE, Mer. Norris
Cotton Mills Store, Cateechee,
-Dr. T. A. Seawrlght's Din
tal office is in the Masonic Tem
ple, upstairs, over the Pickens
Drug Qo.'s stot-e. When in need
of dlental work call and see him.
-WANTED-Five or six relia
ble collectors to travel; $60 f o $90
a month, Bond required. Write
F. P. STEELE, Aiigni~a, Ga.
-WA NTED-To) let contract
with party to Log Saw Mill with
10,000 feet daily capacity. Ad
dress P. 0. B'ox, No. 356, Sum
ter', S. C. je8-1m
J. E. BoGs W. E. FINDLI'V
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.
lHtf. )ie ve Pikn bn .
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty, S. C.
Practice at Central every Wedne.day s.
Pickens Lodge N!o. 123
K. of P.,
Stated conlventionl S 3 I p. mn., Moud-lay
L'vening after the~ Ist ai I hId il iuda.
Work abondLI Ior all th' e iinks.
AlI v'isitors cordialy m~iviterl.
Bky order of
.1 I,. VAI.IEY, 0, U.
4A ItI. cnUAm. K. of RC. and S.
Notice to Deborsand Creditors
All persons holding clain.'s aigainst t he
catete of the late Mrs [L. A D'eusi. ,le
ceased must present the same duly
roven on or before the first day of
Jul 91, orbe debarred payment and
all Persns~ indebted ti saidl estt mt)t
make payment on or b-fore the ab.v e
date in the uindersgied.
Benauty ihs But ~'
Yes, and naiy a pret- 9
ty face tops a multi- i
tude of sins.
Now when you get
clothes at Roths.5
child's you can safely
buy those that look
good to you--because *
WC know and bave
Situdied 1hv I 4 sse. n1 tial
U 1 tor k I
141 L(4OI xU~"PEE
d~ & Wx Ch e ..o *.
.OTH 5CH ILD,. I
-Greenvile, S. c.0
ars Your Clothier."
Geenville, 5. C.
Srictly one price
~ATILETC CT CO~hS'S Your Money Baok if You are
N EW YO RK . 0t Satisldl.
Mu ch Needed Necessaries
0ne of the best things we have to offer on r constomer is the
Perfectjion low stock, which they need right now. Guaranteed
to niever clog up, saves cuss word1s, hard feelings and mule power.
Yon need a grain cradlei' We have the biest 1-'I-finger cradle
EnamJ)eIlware, ailI k inds. The best <II1ality I ' the marllket.
()ur l0<; counters conutainus muan m-f idles yoi needJ each dlay.
WI10 H~j AN DLIE LOA F BRE~A D
no (e f )oi' q a n WI n l 'in I 4 us sfll ou these ab~solute
O l i Ghro er e patmuent is complJete. eo us for something
Wooecarryea nice line of I Iardware, Rubbeor Roofing and
Ouricooking stove with offset 15-.gallon tank attachment is
dandy and can't he beat.sa
Comec to see us.
T. RI. A LLJEN, Mgir. Pika-~ g.0