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Some Tbingd You Know and Some
You Don't Know About Our
Towns, County & People
-Lot of tne Berkshire pig
for sale. G. A. ELLIS.
-Mrs. Wylie Miller, of New
nan, Ga., is spending a few dayi
with her sister, Mrs. T. M. Bol
Postmaster Harris and tw<
children, of Charleston, are or
a visit to Congressman Legar<
--Mrs. Shannon Morrison, o
Columbia, is spending a tim
with her daughter, Mrs. J. T
RitcheV, in Pickens.
-Miss Esther Gravley, ol
Pickens, R. 3, is on an extendet
visit to her sister, Mrs. Pau
iigon, of Elberton, Ga.
-Mrs. Christine Morrison an(
two children, of Columbia, ar
visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs
J. T. Richey, in Pickens.
Pos'rs W ANTI)-Black locust
or cedar posts, nieasu ring
niches of heart at the butt, 1
ft. long. W. W. Vow'n.(ll R. 1'
Easley, S. C.
-Prof. 1L1awrence Mlurphy wil
opel a 1o-day singing schiool a
Concord church, coinniencin
Monday, July 24. Everyb1,od
-ll, John Christopher, book
keeper for L1Jipscollb- Russell Co.
Greenville, spen121t the week -en<
in Pickens with his parents, Mi
and Mrs. N. A. Christopher.
-M'1rs. V. H. Johnson, afte
a delighlitful visit. to friendls ani
relatives in Coluipbia and othe.
parts of the stafe; has returne
to her home in". Pickens, nie
refreshed from e' r journey.
,torter, of Picken,
R. 2, has returned from a tri
to WVest Union, where he wer
on a visit to his son. He repori
a fine time, and says crops ai
goodI all through the section h
-There wvill be a picnic a
.Flat Rock, 3 miles south of Lii
erty, on the29th inst., under th
auspices of W.T 0. W. camp Nc
383. Gov. Blease, Hons. J. J
McSwaiun, Ed. Mc~ravy ar.:
others will address the crowd
Everybody cordliall y invited t
' come and bring baskets. Goo
music and~ refeshments.
-The sale nut on by tihe Kee
wee Supply C2o. has brought th
people to towni ini drloves, an<
they are purichasinrg heavily c
the bar2a inls this eniterprisina
firm are offering their custom2
cr's. The sale runs until Jul
31st, andl( many bargains ar
still waiting for you to pick ur
D~o not miss the oph~portiunity.
-John Craig, of Easley, camfl
nlear (drownimr' Sund~ay night,
the ford of Duke's mill, niear th
town. He drove in, and it bein
(larks, he couldt not see that t~h
stream was up. Il li oi.-e cam
near being dIrowned, but wa
finally gotten out. TFhe buIgg:
was badly dlamaged. It is sai<
that the rain Sundlay night1
that section was the heaviest1
and( A\ikeni, aLccompan~liie'l b:
and Czrdohm, and I xl~ ~Ia
iloon, nmad(e a raid in thle lit nb
Casterni ptart oif the (ount .iV nl
two( in 01peration , arre( sIiingsomf
ofi the operators, others geln
away, being very fleet of. fm~
and knowing the lav lfbt
gr'ouind. A lolt of b~eer, mll
andt rins ~ae bein btet
cared o th. Heo Iay pII '
-Table Rock Hotel opens tc
day for the accomodation o
guests, with - H. M. Jones a
-J. Ernest Christopher, o
the Cateechee cotton mill stor(
is spending his vacation wit]
his parents in Pickens.
-People are about- througI
their crops, and mountain pai
ties are the order of the das
wagon loads of gay young folk
passing daily for their outing.
-Mrs. W. M. Jones, of Marl
etta, R. 2, accompanied by he
charming dauahter, Miss Leile
were in Pickens. Saturday, an
while down paid this office
most pleasant and appreciate
-Lost, on streets of Picken(
presumably near Baptist churcl
on Tu-'day evenig, 19th inst
a gold stick-pin, with initial
"J. E. C." engraved thereor
Finder please return to this offic
and get reward.
-Mr, Lee PC Huff, of We,
Union, was a visitor in the v
cinity of Pickens last week, cal
ing on his best girl. The tril
(vidently, was fruitful of sati
factory results, and the (uestio
definitely settled, as we unde:
st and that he returned h101ome i
j a happy frame of mind and
2 hie'bly-satisfied smile adornin
his classic features.
-Messrs. J as. 11. iendrick:
I andl Joseph IH11: Seaborl, t\
t l'stwhile farnilers an1d good vij
ZeinS Of tis counnivt, who 11o,
reside in ( he footh ills of G4eor i;
are on a visit to relatives in ai
- around Pickens. They ea(
went to Hfabershani count v,Oa
:1 the first of the year and sett.
near Turnersville, bluying go(
farms throngh that hustlir
real estate agent, J. A. Peel
and are mor than pleased wit
their possessions. We lear
through other sources, th
these two young men, as well ;
'Squire V. L. Jenkins. ha
fine farms and splendid cror
are doing well and do not wa
P to sell their places at all.
-For Sale-Somhe valuai
Sfarming land1 near Pickens, li
well, in good neighborhood, clo
to church and school; clo
enough to town to send to Pic1
tens Graded School, has six se
-tiements with good houses, ha ri
e and1 outbuildings. Lies on Ea
1. Iey road and embraces 243 acr<
-of well-developed and improve
d land. Tract No. 1 lies in mi
L. of courthouse and contains 1(
o acres. Tract No. 2 lies furth<
1 out on the Easley-Pickens roa<
and( contains 143 acres of fir
land. Will sell either tract,<
e bo0th tracts, or as a whole..<
1 will cut into lots to suit Pu
f~ chaser. For priceanid terms s<
V --Judlge J. B. Ne.wbery hr
e adldedI another line to his nmult
-tudinous dulties, that oif per4forn
e the waiting and anxious couple:
as soon as they get the licensel
and before they get scared1 an
b ack out of their blargain. OI
e Monday morning he had tw~
applications for licensee and the
s requests5( to tie the .hymieni:
y knot. TJhe contracting pa rti(
I werie from the Easley cotto
a mill, and were John W. Tr'ip
1 and1 Lillian V. Smith andI J. 'l
lteivyes and Essie Bates. Tlhor
whio were witnesses to the('
1i1i1rilages sav I nat- Ihle jiitig(
though it, was his first attemi
atI suhl, 6'ondne(tI'd him'se'lf as
T&lif';i ! ao I i n ie s i I i li i l
e irOi :1 u 0I 11 at'i t i ll '1 r; I t
ble mie i n a jify w ii hon
th''e tri f h n a
-WANTED,-To let contract
f with party to Log Saw Millwith
s 10,000 feet daily capacity. Ad
dress P. 0. Box, No. 356, Sum
ter, S. C. . je8-1m
-WANTED-FiVo or six relia
ble collectors to travel; $60 to $9Q
a month, Bond required. Write
F. P. STEELE, Augusta, Ga.
-Standard gasolene 18c per
gallon. R. E. Goodwin.
-If you want a good Incuba
s tor get a Buckeye from W. B.
Fon SALE-Fine cow, calf 2
weeks old, extra for both milk
r and butter. See W. P. Stewart.
, Pickens, R. 1.
d -Dr. T. A. Seawright's Den
a tal office is in the Masonic Tem
d ple, upstairs, over the Pickens
Drug Co.'s store. When in need
of dental work call and see him.
--Fon SALE-A good family
horse: good style; weight about
1,000 pounds; age right; for cash
S or good note. Write or call on
I. E. N. Wurraium, Mgr. Norris
e Cotton Mills Store, Cateechee,
FOR SA 1 a-S8outh west Geor
gia I 'ris. No finer 'lands, no
hli ter priC(es. We speak from
I- 4sonl ..) m knaovldge. \VriTe to
Id ptonl & SI-) zr,I
t4 Spa8rtaburg, S. C.
o":- --(T),N'm(i: No~ri:
n Beglinnin July Ist, we will
a ' I.I m exchali1lge for one bushel
of wheat, 36) lbs. of flour and 14
g lbs. of bran. We have secured
a colipeknt miller, and guaran
tve first-clIss flour. Save yorIII
wheat, and give US a t rial.
C IKNTI .A 1, R0 L1, KnR MIIL Co.
--The Easlev Roller Mill has
beli tahoroligilly overllIngledl,llas,
111 experienced miller inl cha rgeo
d anid is prej1ired to grilnd vonl'
hi gra inl in a filst-class inann. r
and givef Voll a gtood turgnt.
A Beautiful Music Store.
One of the handsomest and
1 most. successful mu1sic honses of
h the state is that of John ff.
1, Williams, the well inowin piano
,t merchant of Greenville, which
Is has recently been opened in the
e Grand Opera House building.
s, Mr. Williams formerly occupied
at this stand, but three years -or
more ago moved to his ware
Lh house to engage in the whole
esale piano and organ bu'isiness.
He dlecided recently to reenter
tihe Victor Tialkinig Machine
Sbusiness, and had his fornmer
stand in the Opera House re
modeled into a magnificent plate
s- glass display room at the en
trance of the theatre where one
wvill find every style of Victor
e Talking Machines and Victrolas
3 n layer Pianos of every
rgrade, church and parlor organs
of different makes, electric pi
anos and automatic musical
instrumiets of every kind.
TIhe talking mach ine depart
ment i provided with two mod0(
ern booths or~ rooms1 built with
dIouble wvalls of French plate
glass and providled with a steady
currant of fresh air fromt wit-h
'out by an electric ventilator and1
Sby electric fanls tromi withlina.
-Here in this refuge f:'om the
Soultside swelterinig heat~ you ar~e
'invitedl to tarry and enjoy your
'favorite song or selection from
som fam)) lOuTs band, renidered
n with woniderful eft'ect~ upon1 a
0 Victr Mr Willia ha usl
earned and has miaintained the
Ureputation of selling the fns
Sconducts his business onl the
"on1e-price"' nlan to all, anad
guarantees thla t t he nrice pn an v
piano, organ~ or' talking nuu-ii
Sin Ils store( toi -)he as low~ as i
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you go this summer you
ought to[go well dressed. If
you start by- coming here
and go away in one of our
Scholass Bros. & Co.
Suits, you'll be in style any
where on earth where well.
dressed men are.
Hiere also you will find
the best in mens furnish.
ings,l including Hawe's
Hats, Eclipse Shirts, Inter
woven SocKs, Knee L ngth '
Underwear and Arrow Prand
Also the fullest line of
Bags and Suit Cases and
Trunks it will be your plea.I
ure to see in a long time.
I & Weil, ,
SGFI IL D,
Alreenvie, 8. C.
ars Your Clothier."
voear the standard of the world. E
d pal H r organs cost very
mostothei' and last twice as 9
a Estey you have the Best." i
Z~4l I~l ~1i f (4QGren \v i1 le, (.9. 9
Soon)l the greatest. ree offer will be given to every boy
na ir! iio Pijkens County. What is this great offer? It is an
o~1 crtunmty to attend the 1iublic schools of our county. We
LIK ': ee ou store thronlgedl with people buyi ng merchan
n , b~ut what wouIld please us better would be to see all the
hi .n 'lof our counlty taking advantage of the free school
:.-rmns. \Ve all love the county in which we live andl it does us
god1 t sceec men andl women filling high p)ositionls from ouir
noV' er unty. A\ lot of the teachers will be young and inex
Ieaaa but by all means helo them to teach the best school
*~-;1 ~\lany schools have been torn up) by parents listen
cue compkA~int of their children. The best plan i s for
pup iils to help the teacher. \.Ve are g~oing to offer
h 'il in tu county a. resent that wit ni mifss a .la.
h ' mnr u.cbbec school 'ermn, al the child will have
i s(ea:ry to ona'e et:hwn