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Some Tibo You Know ad Some
You en't Know About Our
Towns, County & People
-Mr. :and Mrs. Will Whitei
and chileren, of Anderson, are
oi a visit to Mrs. Ws. mother,
Mrs. N. E. Thornley, in Pickens.
--Mr. W. E. Holbrpook, repre
senting theSoutheastern Life In
surance Co. of Greenville, S. C...
was in Pickens last week, intro.
ducing the plans of his compny
to our people. This is a uood
company., well backed and
financed by homI people and its
deserving 'f your patronage.
-Thei Lare two scholarships
open to Pkkens county boys, at
Clemson Gllege, one of them in
-the textie departmient. Each is
worth $100.00 and free tuition.
Write to President Riggs for in
formation a n (1 application
blanks. The examination will
be held at the court house on
-Married, on the 18th inst.,
by MT. F. Hester at hisresiddnce
Mr. James H-ughes and Miss
Nora Castle, daughter of Mr.
Ned Castle, all of the mill vil
lage. Pheir many friends are
eoigratulating thent on the step
they have taken and are wish
ing for them long life, happi
ness alld prosperity.
--We call the attention of our
.readers to the ad of Moore &
Mauldin Co., which appeats in
this issue. 'I'is firm put on a
;pecial sale last Saturday and
ffer special bar-iains for Satur
.ay, the 24th. Our readers will
o well to hunt up the ad and
ake advantage of the many
-argains offered by this enter
lrising firm. .
P r101 pson S. Wyatt,
- o re I the upper edge of
indersoni couity, died at? his
:ome on the 19t-h instant, after
L lingering illness from a com1
1lication of diseases. He was
bout 65 years' of age. i. Wy
it was a good farmzer and a
* roZIressivye citizen and will be
re' atly miissed in his conmmuni
y. He wa~s a I irother'-in-law~ of
-I. A. Richey. Hie leaves a wife,
ive C i ld'en and] a hiost of rel a
Ive an Uld fr'iendsl. to mournLi'f his~
lea thi. HeI was bur iied thle da v
'ollowing~ hi.c de.'i h at. Cor'intIh
Shurc-h of whichi he was a val.
* xander', S~t at.. Detetive B. ..
niade a dr'ive ito the' upper ':,irt
f the c'uniityV (cn Tuesd(ay ev'en
nig and when s:>v'rlI miile- ont
ni behinrd [aison'i iiidon'hIs and
'ear' the Uuleno\ 'river, thev die
:sidedM toI reconnioiter' a little and~
~et the'ir h'Ieaiii s . f ri' o wer--'
if ormned tht: ome where
her'eablo t~s w\old I be "mon -
hinie." - A fter' gtting a line on1
he course5 an d (list.mie', b 1egani
O play Indian-. Moo'C n they
vorie at the 1phice \'it hout
nd(1 for an hourin or more !av
ndl( watchedt i a ; k'. spi
lns (of yoLung rmanhoodt ieull
iwoodl by hand to the fun ate,
nd( (1o othei' necessar'y work
reparatoryv to miaking a. run of C
lockade w'hiskey. At a sinal
1e officer's (losed in andl': np
iired the wvhole outfit, inc.luini
Uerator's. It was a comliete
tuipmient wvhich they destmoy
together with a large quanti
of beer and.- mash. We un
d;er'stand that about six weeks
a go the ofljcers destroyed an
outfit at the same place, and the
boys prob'ably started up there
again, because they had always
heard the old adage that light
niing does not strike twice in the
same place. They had forgotten
the other quotation, to the
effect that all signs fall in dry1
-The -me otich -of PIckens
ave agreed to , close their
ibres the 4th of Aiy.
-Mr. W. H. Johnson, and
Aster, Miss Emwily Friday., .am
%isiting friends and relatives in
--Rev. 13. M. Smith will
yreach at Antioch, Baptist
3hurct the first Sunday in July
it'l4 a. In.
-Mahon & Marchbanks wil
run an excursi' from Gteen
ville to Charleston. T
-Rev. G. F. Kirby, pastor in
charge of the Methodist church
at Pickens, has been in St.
George, S. U., for the past week
at the bedside of his brother,
who is quite sick, and as a con
sequence (lid not keep his ap
-D-r. D. L. Lander, pastor in
charge., preached two excellent
sermons to large and apprecia
tUve congregations at the Pick
ens Presbyterian church Sun
day. Dr. Lander is a deep
thinking consecrated Christian
Who expounds the scriptur s
and tea(hes his religious belief's
by hot h precept and( examle.
-The Pickens Hiardware and
Grocery~ Co. have a change of
ad in this isue. They somie
time ago gave away a plow, a
set of knives and forks and a
saeCk of flour as premiums. hut
the articles have never been
called for. See their ad an( seOE
if you have the timbers thev
eall for and if you have go and
get the preliun.
-Mr. 8. Frank Prirot of
GAaffney, 8. C2.. was in Pikens
last Monday lookinge into the
probability of establishing an
order of the Junior Order of
United American Mechanics.
This is a pretty good order,
standing for that which is best
in our government, in our
homes and ourselves, and a
lodge may b gotten up here
T-Mr. illman G arrett, of
Easley, while riding a motor
cycle from Greenville. Monday
evening, was thrown off his
nmachine a1t the approneh to thei
Easley brIidlge, the nmotor' skid
ding fr'omi under himt. HeJ
lauded ablout 15 feet away, but
the fall was not serious and1 he
is reporwted as being all right ex
cept a little sore' fromt his sudden
hard( c-ontact w it h mother eath.
-Mis Em i ly Br-igh t, whto h as
I)-n on at 10 Inoths visit to lher
)):i'rents8 in Pennsylvania hasw re
turt h (1Iti' ikenis 1mu1clh refrseh -
(ed by her (outing. She 'was aeC
t0miI anitiedl on1 her trip by her
who had a tmost delightfu1l visit
toi his grand Par'ent s. He camie
ba'k delighted with his trip and(
has imibibed a. good1 dea'l of the
inl his talk.
-T-lhe Pickens5 Railhway has
hane th 2NIIle schedu tle oIf t heir
morining train. It. leaves now
at 7:3(0 and does not (cottnect
with 29 aniy miore. Tihlis chatmge
wa't.s made( by change in No. -12,
loi t 8:25. being chaniged tromt
7:50). No. 42 and1( southbonotd
lo..al fre' ight pass at. Easley and1(
this i v es people fromSenieen and
Greeni ville a (chanCe to come)( to
P'i'-kens otn the tra~in. For' soime
tit I''past, persons C(oilling fr'omi
(Greenville on local fre'ight~ have
had8( to drive( overland1( to I:ic'kenis.
~~~ot mplrOl ler-( Otneral A. *\\
Jotiles Of Ciolumbija, Catle Up
Tuesday evening n" hce
11! tb" ttreasurer's ofilen and1(
tulrne(d same over to ne0w 8p
poitee, Mr. J. T.1 Richev.
Aside fr'om a few little cke -;
errors&, wvhich were e..
straightened, and amount<
nothing, no how, the samee
ing liable to occur at any N
and any where, the office w a- 0
first-class shape and the var'ion i
accounts well kept. Mr. Gar viun
was a splendid man and a good
and painstaking oficial a h
-Standard gasolen1 180' per
mallon. R. E. Goodwin.
-If you want a good Incu ba
tor get a Buckeye from W. A
-Cadet Larry C. Gllstrap, o'
Clemson College, is at home foi
-For land anywhere in Pick
enMs Coulity see or write J. R
Ashimore. "The Land Man."
-See V. A. Thoipson foi
8. C. Rhode Island Red eggs
$1.00 setting, good hatch guar
-W\VANTr>-Five or six relia
le collectors to travel; $60 to $9(
a month. Bond requird. Writt
F'. P. STEELE, Augusta, Ga.
-Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Rol)
inson and daughter Jennie, ol
Easley, are visiting relatives i
Oklahoma and Texas thi
-WANTED-To let contract
with party to Log Saw Mill witi
10,000 feet daily capacity. Ad
dress P. 0. Box, No. 356, Sum
ter, S. C. je8-1m1
-Dr. T. A. Seawright's Den.
tal office is in the -Masonic Tem.
pIe, upstairs. over the Pickenls
Drgi Co.'s store. When in need
(If do'tal- wvork callda see him.
-FoN S)~ iAu-A -good family
h0rse; good style: weight about
1,000 pounds: age right: f'or cash
orV good) note. Wrife,or call on
E. N.. Wiu A.:,Mar Norris
("otfon MAI ills Store, CIteechee,
FOR SA L E-South west Geor
gia farn s. No tiner lands, no
better ifrices. We speak from
personal knowledge. Wrife to
daIY for nwV list.
Epton & Switzer,
Spartniburg, S. C.
- -Mrs. \Wal\hr Driscoll (1ee
Chma~die T(o1llottsonl) of A nderson,
still wearing her bright smile
and good looks 2,enerally, is tar
rying a fe- days w:.th her
friend and relative, Miss Emma
FinneY, while her "lesser half'
is pilotig an excursion train
-Nor'-E. NOTICE. NOTICE.
-Beginning July 1st, we will
give, in exchange for one bushel
of wheat, 36 lbs. of flour and 1
lbs. of bran. We have secured
a competent miller, and guaran.
tee first-class flour. Save yom
wheat and give us a trial.
CENT1 A L ROLI:n MILL Co.
--Mrs. Eva'line Galloway.
widlow of B. D, GJalloway, of
Hereford, Te~xals, is 01n a visit tC
her' sister, MrI1s. Rlebe(a. L ynch,
of the O)oleniov secti0,1fandI .othrei
relativyes in this st ate and North
Caro~lina0. This is lwr' first. visit
baIck to S'ont h Caro'lina in) abut
Scholarship' and En-i
vacant athobersipsi4 '4b Wal.r'op Col
le~re and~ for the adm~fision~ of new e! i.
denfts wvill h-. held4 at the , onnl y Courti
Hueon Frziday. Jalv 7, at 9) a. m.
-.Lari.t af1ter' July 7 they will be awrd
entos-ie:l taig thle highest averagea
.1 C' *-s., rI:4r1 4b1 . h-n4, thouh' wite'(
to Pt. a.:~~. .4Ii~~ J4n o "--.44 the 4-x-ni.
4414!hi-1h'p4 .1 '- wIrth % 1) 4 :a 'de fre
Sn:0,i;* i ' d anI .o a .' r.14 1e 441re.
ih. 1* .lihnson414. h' k ili s
Notice of Electioni.
WhV I .s a It -n11iin 10rom thu. I
School1 Distric n44 lIb.r :i hip - e
a i (hi4'ir n 44 - . 1414..m '.- - ' 4~a . . n4,
aball b~e bevie.I .44n - 4' 44., re-t 3,4,- * ool41
it a~jpeariniig to( th u n rty Iar of14 4
Eduamon that the. petiion n e44(ti the
re(Iuirteents of the law:
The refore it is herebhy ordered that the
Truti lee I of the above named D)istrict d(I
hldll an telection in above named10( District
I.r ihabovoestated purpose, the ele.
Ito 44 p4 e held at Oolenoy school house
41n 60 rd~ay June 24. The Trustees of
44' l -ve named Distri'ct are hereby ap.
"' lA-te Managers of said election. The
Ii'ctioni to be held according to the re
gjoiri meilts of Section 1208 of the School
41y order of the County Board of Ed.
"a"'. R. T, HA LLUM,
(Chn1 4& >e4.
Designed by IR:scnwa
I "32 Y
J. E. BOGGS W. E. FINDLEY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pic(-kns o. ii.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
SI hort, V. ( .
P ti .. ,a i t t-a r . .. , 'v .
Pickens LodIge l'. 2
-* n-l -.vnto r. 8'.~ u., : -i
Wok e.. 00-- n.R. -
Allvistor e H S. . . s.
~ ~f~ti'oju ~.>'tilC~1 Bo.. v :i t.
qou gua. r At yo. .r pr.t,,io
ew ROd HI"Lig'e
oanad ToUsll DngA
MaentT YouDitnce ei
ROCKd HILLu removGl COMANY
you go this urmryou
Ought to go well d s .If
R You start by comlin,%1 here
and0 go way in one of our
Schola8 Bros. & Co
-Suits, You'll be in styrle any
where on earth where well.
dressed men are.
Here also you will find
the best in mens furnish
ings, including Hawe's
Hats,2lEclipse Shirts, Inter
woven Soclis, Knee L ngth .
Underwear and Arrow Brand
Also the fullest line of t
1jeA, , kvBags and Suit Cas'es and
Trunlis it will be Your pleas
ure to see In a long time.
d & Weil, Chicago,
OT H SC4I.D-5
C V, 11 D -
as Your Clothier."
Ru Al to STAwi for SAZIf
ls west of Pickens, y c lre balah e
Winwdland amd nt, "ond new 4-room hous Completed ofnd
n ulltb inmgsw 1-1 mle from the new aptist Chu
\lunmn1 w. Ihis sa xeln plac inagodn'h
borhood and a ao nat 111,400. T"rs.1.1
No.2. :-1 crei f wrks re r o ea rhi Mi e -ren well.i
dressed mer mre..
- E "" Here o a.W ld so yoau wji fin ads
- om ous, iney ng-,lird fncud n tiws m
1, 10,s o '4I Herms.lps hit, ner
o. d.4 rrs now n asi So ~~m c Knear LO nthek
laita. ner. oo ,p; sto de7ro hue largn Arn, 25racrsd 1
h.banne) . mal ;;Comlas.
arrs. nile wet f uic est lineo 2-or
< Now -l-room D~~n a g os , a d Sutui dinass7 anrd i
Y .70 Ta~rnksa i wil be curh lea-.
'G' nuren toh< eei n a log time W
-d &d oWhal, -Chmihcse wit
OT dm n - hue SC H IL , 3 Imo
N' ii ;~ 0T(F a n iuswes of1~ikeisii ace ce n , S.laC.
AND1)AIE W th sif youwat them1 todo th i ul
DUY2. We~. a k s pecialt o f Good(I:iI six ?' fro e, o 2 c andli
havi ~'e the dispayed ''isi on ulteswth pthe fpriche over
thei ts rc ton oe 't ~gable. OO lensi une
CLoi' I~ishickens110 C~~a(.I ~ .'lii lland
Ao. e no1 dru and, thei u'va~Ile w aill' go11( asr he reste.
Come1 to2 ise usoi Wes do ou good. -'lnl2-I~
nOlisI'sne-price i asllIhlii(' Mlaerchate s.ligla
Pof. S.---DonS. t fil o see~ i n. eotZ- en.ii n ....1 ilt.a lie.