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Some Things ou Know and Some
You Don' Know About Our
Towns, County & People
-Married, on the 27th ult,,
by Rev. B. Holder, Miss Hattie
Hayes, daughter of Mr. Field
Haves, and Mr. Willie Brown.
all of Pickens county.
-Married on the 30th ult., at
the residence of the officiating
minister, Rev. John T. Lewis,
Miss Inez Gilstrap, daughter of
Mr. J. D. Gilstrap, of Little
Eastatoe, and Mr. J. W. Turner,
of'the Crow Creek section.
- There will be an all-day
singing at Tabor Baptist church,
two miles below (Gentral, on the
third Sunday in July. All lovers
of music are invited to come an(l
bring well-filled baskets.
--Capt. R A. Fisher and
m1ol1her retu rned esterdlay from I
a well-earned ald en1jOyable lay
off inl Laurn-is. the guests of
their friend~ and relative, Cap~t.
E"d. Tollisoni. Little D. B. Fin
ney PratCeedl along with thei.
-The Easlev Roller 11ill has
been thoroughly overhauled,has
an1 eXperienced miller in chalur.,
:1nd is nrepared to grid your
grain inl a first-class maiIIer
nd giv. von a good turnout.
--The Vouirth wa orlebrated
e o <liill. the lay. naiivy
oigto AM1 (0rsoll alid (yei
v .1 St 1 0. hall games.
-ThIe I1-1 l Int)S-Old chil(d of
Mr1. W. C. acus, of the Dacus
ville side, di ,d onl the 5ith inst.,
and was buried the (lay follow
ing at Nine Forks church. The
bereaved rents have the sym
pathy o! many friend in their
office of J B. Newbery, probate
judge for Pickens county, by A.
A. Jones, Esq., N. P., Miss Ella
Porter and Mr. Will Freeman,
all of the upper section of the
county. This is the first mar
riage performed undler the new
law, and they have license num
ber one,and have (done a number
one good business for themselves
and their country.
Excursion to TaIlulah Falls.
The old reliable Mahon andl
Marchbanks will run an excuri
sion from Easley to Tallulah
Falls on T1uesday, July 11th.
The fare from Easley, Liber'
ty, Beverly and Norris is $2.00,
Central, Calhoun and Keowee
$1.75 and Seneca $1.50. Train
leaves Easley at 8:30 a. m. and
arrives at Tallulah 12:15, and
leaving that night at 10 o'clock.
This is called the Niagara of
the South and1 is a wondlerful
sight, the water falling 500 feet
down the side of the mountain.
This may be your last chance to
see this magnificent scene in all
Its grandeur and glory,as a com
pany is trying to buy the stream
and develop an electrical plant
You can leave Pickens at 7:30
and the Pickens Railroad has
agreed to run an extra train on
that night for 10 round fares.
Farmer friends, go on this
trip and1 take your families. It
is one of the best opportunities
for Sunday schools to have a
picnic and1 outing that will pre'
sent itself in many days.
Tlhose who go will have the
addedC~ opnortunity of seeinig this
Wondler of nature by the light
of the mnoon. Wordls are hardl
to find to desceibe this wierd
vid magnificent sight.
For further information see
she editor of this paper, Mr. B.
B3. LaBoon, or their agent Miss
Vesta Ashmore, who will have
,ickets, or their agent in each
sown, and make your arrange
mecnts to join this happy throng
m1d( eninv l ~imlendh1 ay'
Married, Sept. 24, 1910, by 9
Rev. Lewis M. Roper, pastor of
;he First Baptist church, Spar- I
,anburg, S. C., Miss Inez Mc
3lanahan and Mr. W. E. Edens,
Tr., both of Pickens, S. C.
After the ceremony the couple
boarded the afternoon train for
Asheville, N. C., where they
spent the night. Next day they a
3pent in tooking over the Van
derbilt possessions and the Nor
mal School for Women, where
the bride received her education,
After . viewing the different
placer of Interest in this noted
resort, the happy pair next
afternoon departed for Wash
ington, D. C.. where they spent
several days sightseeing in that
The couple then returned to
the South, parting at Easley, at
which place they had met ac
cording to pre-arrangement. Mr.
Edens went back to his work
out four miles ' from Easley,
while Mrs. E. returned to her
father's house at Liberty, no (
one knowing of the Gretna
Greeni nuptials of the vouthfuii
Mr. Edens is a well-known,
enegetican1d suevessfuil lng
nM1, Who has ImIade good in
his eve'ry under4'tak ing.-as mior -
ch1anlt. architeet. fiarmer, ad a!
usel ii mani u gnerallv.
M1 I. Edens is a very pWOroinn siig
yoI1un" hlv, an1d seconid (ulgh
t(r' of \r. 1. N'. M-(ClanlahIman. of
Lhfirtv. IShe1i i., a g'radiulab.- of
tle Noruil School fwo \\ ilnwn
a Ashievilb-, N. ('.. and iva
woo ('lle e.N. ('. Ilies4 nue
t.('irhing~ a prefoe;ion. haingm'
aly~ tauighit ini laywvood and~
'ranlsylv V111a conlitievs, N. C.,
an1d in several districts ilii Pj-k
ens county. S. C.
'The festive young couple have
not yet decided where they will
make their future home: how
ever, they may be found for
the present at Pickens, R. 4.
Thwy have the.best wishes of
a host of friends and in the
language of . carelss, genial
old Rip Van Winkle, "May they
live long and prosper"-they
and1 their children.
Marietta, R. 2,
Mr. J. L, Phillips started up
his shuttle mill last week which
has been closed down for several
days on account of his wife's
We are thankful to say that
we had a nice rain Saturday af
ternoon, but did not hinder the
people from going to the enter
tainment at Oolenoy school
house. It was really fine.
Well, Brown Eyes, I guess
you'll feel quite lonesome now.
Come over and see me and we
will have a good time. I alwvays
look for your items, Brown
Mr. and Mrs. McJunkin were
the welcome guests of Mr. and
Mrs. WV. M. Jones Sunday.
Misses D~ora and Snowy Will
iams visited1 Miss Minnie Me
J unkin Saturday night.
Miss Minnie McJunkin visited
little Miss Cora Simmons Sun
Mrs. Ollie Capell visited Mrs.
W. M. Jones Sunday.
Miss Ida Phillips called on
Miss Leila Jones last week.
A large crowd attended ser
vices a t Oolenoy church Sunday.
Mr. Bennie Burgess visitedl his
cousins, Messrs. Wayne and
Wilhorn McJunkin, last Saturu
(lay night, and report a good
The people were all on the
stir about this place oni Sunday
a fternoon, it being an ideal day,
andl (verybody enj oyed a ridle or'
Mr. Wayno McJ unk in, went
in safelv to his home Sunday
night without fear.
Blue Lilacs, why dlon't you
write? I want to see a commnu
nication fr'om each correspond
ent next week.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hlendrix
kook an auto r'ide1 throneh the
Dolenoy section, Sunday.
I ,Onelyi S weethoart.
-Standard gasolene 18c per
allon. R. E. Goodwin. |
-If you want a good Incu ba
)r get a Buckeye from W.
-For land anywhere in Pick
n1s county see or write J. R.w
Lshmore. 'The Land Man." 0
-See W. A. Thompson for
. C. Rhode Island Red eggs,
1.00 setting, good hatch guar
-WANrED-Five or six rella
ule collectors to travel; $60 to $90
month, Bond required. Write
. P. STERILE, Augusta, Ga.
-WANTED-To let contract
vith party to Log Saw Mill with
0,000 feet daily capacity. Ad
Iress P. 0. Box, No. 356, Sum.
er, S. C. je8-1m g
-Dr. T. A. Seawright's Den
al office is in the Masonic Tem
>le, upstairs, over the Pickens
)rug Co.'s store. When in need
)f dental work call and see him.
-FoR SALE-A good family
101se; good style; weight abolitf
L.000 pounds; age right; for casl I
r good note. Write or call oni
. N. W~u1'rilitic, Mter. Norri
10t1.on Mills Store, C ate'(Cche
personial kniowledgs.e. \\ ije t
la:. for new list.
Epton & Swit'zer,
TiSi NtrrieR CNlarrel v.
Oginnin July 1st, we wil
.rive, in excehange( for 0ne huisliM
fa wIt, 8 lbs. of flour and [I
hs. ofi Ifran1. We 1a vI Vt'5('C I t d1
1 'ompetent miller, and guarn-i
)enf rst-las fSS Ilour11. Sayv vo-!
tyhr'at andI give us a trial.
CJCNTRA L ()r4LEi MiL. (0.
Te.i exialn for the award of
td.t w-li',1rsh,s inW WVinthriop Col.
lege and for the advisio soew' Lu
Sien ts lit 1iheeld at the CoUnt ity Court
I "m'e oni 1Friday. July 7. at 9. a. mi. j
A laplicansdrist e La't hts thrn fifteen
yerh of ag. he cholandships are
vacar.t after July '7 they will be awvard
ed those making the highest average at
ti exrinvation, provideal they meet
lhe- iditionl governmg the award.
A ppliants f scholarship should write
to P wesident. Johnsoui hefore the exami
niation for schiolarsuhip examination
Scholarship. are wiorth $10O3 and free
%ition. PTn ter J .l u te will open
O ptember 20, 1911 . For I urche. r infor
nation and catalogue. ai.dre ss Pres.
l). B. Johnson, hoek jill, S. C,
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty, S. C.
Nract.iee at Central every Wednedaya.
mickens Lodge Nf~o. 123
K. of P.,
Stated convention 8:30 p. mn., Monday
venimg after the let and 3d Sunday.
Work ahead for all the Ranks,
All v'isitors cordially invited.
By order of
.a L. lALImY, C, c.
A M K. OR A30v. K. ol' N. anid 8.
GET A COOLER
A T OUR1
We have~a nice line of
Hair Brushes and Combs
from 25t- to $1 50.
All the leading Face
Powders and Toilet ar
Pickens, S. C.
* msen a se . un. a m se as .m ese messe menee
you go this summer You
ought toldo well dressed. If
you start by coming here
and go away in one of our
ScholaSs Bros. & Co.
uits, you'll be in style any-5
&&here oa earth where well.
d essed men are.
Here alsQ you will find
F: b in mens jfurnist
in ;s including Hawe's
. , Eclipse Shirts, Inter
-4von Sochs, Knee L ngth
nd jerwear and Ar row b3rand
Also the fuiest linc of
6 I x IF
aud' Suit Cases and
T.runfis it will be your pleas
aimure to see in a long time
Designed by Rosenvuald & Weil, Chicago. e.
Main & McBee A ve- Greenville, SAC.
"32 Years Your Clothier."
WEW VICTOR RECORDS
For July Are Ready
"Steamboat Bill" by Arthur Collins
"Mississippi Dippy Dip" By Collins and Harlan
Will be red hot sellers this mionith.
"I nilamatus'' trom "Stabat Nilater" By Miss Marsh.
A most striking NUMBEIR AMONG the new
George CDohan and Gene Green appear in the new
Some of the best numbers ever issued by the Vic
r Co., are to be found among the eJuly list.
Complete Supplement lor July mailed for the ask..
Yoai are corcially invited to tarry with u~s and be
)rne deqIuainted with newest of the new in music
John HI. Williams,
The Piano Merchant,
rand Opera House Building. reenile, o. C.