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Some lgs'sO bow ad Some t
1101 98nt Know About Our
mTows, Coanty & People
-After a very serious illness
of over two weeks, Mrs. D. B.
Finney is able'to sit up again.
-Miss Mildred Folger, of Eas
ley, has returned home after a
delightful visit to Misses Lucia
and Edna Earle.
-The voung folks o, the Oole
noy side enjoyed a singing Sun
day evening at the home of Miss
-Messrs. John and Matt Chas
tain, of the Holly Springs sec
tion spent the week end at Six
Mile with friends and relatives.
-Photographer J. A. Smith,
of Easley, will he in his branch
studio, over the Keowee Phar
macy. in Pickens, every Mon
day, rajn or shine.
-Miss Cora Reid, of Atlanta,
who has been visiting her aunt;
Mrs. T. H. Gassaway, of Liberty
I. 3., is now visiting the family
of A. L. Edens, of Pickens, R. 4.
- Mrs. Sutherland of Pied
mont, accompanied by her
charmiing daui ghter. M niss Marv
visited Mrs. NM. J. (aulev and
other friends alnd relati ves in
Pickens couity this week.
-Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morris,
of Waslinuton. D. C.. have is
sued carcIs. many fricnds in
Pickens receiving' Ole, announc
ing the birth of a son, Edgar
Longette Morris oil the 29th uilt.
Congratulations are now in or
der, and Edgar's friends hope
for the youngster a long, happy
and useful career and that he
b hajoy and a comfort to
his parent. ---,R '.
-This office is indebted to A.
M. Morris for one among the
largest watermelons we have
seen.this season; W. E. Boggs
who: resides and has as good
crop. as can be found on the
Ferguson place, has left luscious
samoles of his watermelons and
canteloupes 'with us, while the
Hon: George S. Legare has
again filled us with grapes.
Verily, there are jobs worse
than. being a country newspa
per' editor, especially (during the
-"Conme andl go with us, we
will do you good." Messrs. Ma
hon & Marchbanks will run a
double-header excursion on the
5th of September to Charleston
and Savannah. The fare will be
$3.75 to Charleston and *4.00 to
Savannah. rain~ No. 1, for
Charleston will leave Green vil le
at 9:20 a. in., arriving at Char
leston 6:15 p. m.; leave Charles
ton Sept. 7th. 10 a. mi. rain for
Savannah w 'ill leave Liberty at
8:30 a. mn., arrive in Savannah
6:45; returning leave Savannah
at 10 o'clock Thursday. You
cannot afford to miss one of
these trips. TIhose of y'ou in
Pickens county who desire to go
* can catch the special and go to
Greenville and then dcide3
which place you want to go to.
The Charleston train goes over
the C. & G. road by Piedmont
while the train for Savannah
goes by Spartanburg. Messrs.
Mahon & Marchbanks will per
sonally conduct these tra ins.
* Tickets will b~e on sale at LiberV
by by J. F. Banister and at.
Pickens by B. B. Laioon, and
3ither of these gentlemen will
iake great pleasure in giving
you all the information you
Nant regarding the trip. Come,
et 1ready and go with us. You
wilnever get another outing as
cheap, or have as good a time
ior the money. YOU can't af
Cord to stay at home when ALL
our friends are going. Join
the jolly. happy throng, .arnd
-Standard gasolene 18c per
gallon. R. E. Goodwin. n
--Dr. R. E. Lewis, Ph. G.,
proprietor of the Keowee Phar
macy, returned Saturday from t<
a trip to the mountains, much h
refreshed in health and looks. si
-Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Davis
wish to thank their friends for fi
the kindness shown them during m
the recent illness of Mrs. Davis a
and the death of their darling f.
-Mr. and Mrs. David Moore n
and their two children, returned F
to .-Piokens- Saturday evening er
from a, week's stay, very pleas- o1
antly spent, in the. Sapphire
-Married on Sunday evening k
the 13th instant, by J. B. New- b
bery, at his residence, Mr. Sloan g
T. Childress and Miss Bertha I
Clark, all of the eastern side of
the county. The many friends v
of the happy couple wish for F
them much joy. 7
-James M. Gantt of Pickens,
left Tuesday evening for a trip
to Charlottesville, Va., Wash
ington, 1). C., and other points
north. He was accompanied by ti
his little son. James. We hope n
that Mr. G. will have al enjoy- o
able outing. 0
-"Aunt Ellen" Valentine, a
well known colored woman liv
ing in Pickens, has made a d
good crop this year by herself,
and now has 10 acres of cotton 01
that. is getting white and she tl
says that she will have to go to C<
picking right away. In this ti
field she say there roe Iiima m ' n
s;talks with fortv g- rown halls on j
--Miss rene Lillian Clarke.
Liberty's popular music teacher, t
is visiting her mother and sister
who now live in Augusta, and
from that place she will visit rel- u
atives at Elberton, and also Mrs. J
Crawford of Lavonia on her t"
way back to Liberty where she P
will take up her music classes at 1
Liberty. Norris and Easley thes
first week of September, mak
ing her headquarters at Liberty. n
--Married, at the residence of a
M. F. Hester, Aug. 9, Miss Maud
Tally and Mr. Oscar Looper.
The bride is the second daughter
of Mr. James TValley, and the 4
groom is the youngest son ofd
Uncle Sam Looper, of near Da
cusvdlle. A fter it was all over
the happy pair took the last
eifternoon~ train for Asheville"
and other northern cities. M. F, '
Heter, N. P., per'fornmed the cer-it
--Mrs. Theodore Smith died a:
at home in Easley yesterday S
afternoon, after a long and p
painful illness, aged 66 years. f
Mrs. Smith was prominently vi
connected, and possessed1 many di
noble traits of character. She R~
was the mother of Mr. M. 't
C. Smith, cashier of the tt
Pickens Keowee Bank, md~ was a
a. sister of Mrs. Judge Newbery. b)
The funeral took place yesterday a
afternoon from Pickens chapel. s
--A rural telephone line, to be
known as the Ridge 'elephone h
'~mpany has been establishedn
out of Pickens. It runs from R. bi
A. Hester's place and the fol- pi
lowing persons compose the d1i
company: R. A. Hester, TV. A. ir
Bowen, F. R. Moon, W. TV. tr
Freeman, Ben. F. Freeman, n'
Algood. A. Moon, W. H. w~
Stewart, I. M. Mauldin andl W. pt
H. Sutherland. Thius is a short P1
line and1 an easy one to build s<
rod~ is only the beginning of tel- di
e'ph one developmnents in this sec- ci
tion. Tlhere, will probably be a am
dlouble line as mnan y, w ho were n
niot presenut at the organization bi
mieeting who want the benefit pW
of the phone. are figuring on T
comning in on this line. C. E. A. 0<
Lathrop, manager of this divis- of
ion, was over and helped wvith hI
the organization. Tlhis county mn
is taking on to the rural phone bc
idea pretty rapidly, and lines are m
being fast put up connecting the m
-FOR SALE-Fresh Jersey
iich cow and calf. See Dr.
-Dr. Seawright has returned
Pickens, and can be found in
is office over Hallum's drug
- Mr. Charlie Bowen had a
ne cow to die last Friday; she
,as right fresh in milk and it is
great loss to him and his
-What preparation are you
kaking for the Pickens County
'air? There is plenty to do, and
very person in the county
ight to have a hand in it.
-Miss Mary Adams,of Green
ille, Miss Ruth Rainey,of Char
itte, and Miss Vickers, of Fair
urn, Ga., were the attractive
uests of Miss Lorena Taylor,
-Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowen
isited their daughter,Mrs. R. M
[olden, of Calhoun, last week.
hey also attended the Farmers'
istitute which was in progress
t Clemson College at that time.
hey had a most enjovable trip.
-Revs. Levi Rigdon and Grif
ni Lusk began a tent meeting
ear Mr. Elisha Gilstrap's place,
a the Easley road, last Sunday
vening. Thl1ey are of the Wes
yan faith. It is to be hoped
iat their services vill be pro
licti e of mnch good.
-N. A. Christopher and wife,
Pickens, spent last week in
w Mt, (Jarmel section of the
)IInty al(d attehded the pr(
acted meeting held at Ii3.. ('a
tel (11 I chh. They hal an - -
lvale tripl agione old] fr1iend(sl
'(I a(lc lilitances.
-Te faimiliar face of Greg
.auldini is now seen behi1nd
io counters at the Picketms 1)rug
o.'s store, vhere he looks nat
Lal. 1-e is " suhbing" for
ilius Boggs, Jr., while Jule
Lkes a much-needed outing and
iys some long-anticipated but,
nfortunately, deferred calls on
me of the f air sex of Charlotte.
--The school picnic at Ruha
iah, last Friday, was a great
iccess. Many persons attendI
I and were well pleased for hay
g went. *Excellent speeches
er~e made by Prof. Morrison,
Clemson, Hon. W. G. Maul.
n, R. T. Hallum, J. C. Garrett
rid others. Miss Isadora Wil
ams gave a most excellent
Lik along educational lines. It
as a great rally and will be a
'eat help to the cause of educa
-The Woodmen of the World
eld a swell picnic at the Three.
id-Twenty school house, last
iturday, and a large crowd was
'esent. Prominent speakers,
om this, Anderson and Green
Ale counties, made good ad
'esses, which caught the crowvd.
epresentative E. P. McCrary,
is said, madle one of the best
elks delivered that dlay, along
broad and liberal lines. EId. is
:oad and Iliberal-m indeld muan,
progressiv citizenI, a safe coun r
illor and a shrewvd politician.
-The Methodlists of Pickens
ave broken ground1 for their
aw brick building which willI
a located oni the corner of the
~esent lot, at the corner of Ce
ri Rock andl Lewvis street, fac
Lg west and will have three en
ances. This building will be a
todern structure in every way,
ith a seatingr copacity of 300)
rs'onls, with anl ad(ditionlal ca
ucity of 150 in the Snuday
hoot roomt. This room will be
vided fom the other by ai roll
urtain which caun be ruin up to
id let dlown fromu the (cilinig as
acessity may dem and. -1In the
ilding wvill be ten class roomrs,
istor's studly and ladies' parOilor.
hie church will be filled with
~ws for the present, bunt later
her seating a rranigemients nmayV
adopted. Tfhe plan shows a
ighty nice church, and it will
one to which any community
ight point with pride. All the
onev has been raised arkd
''k will be rushed to an eamly
CARD OF THANKS.- ll IM Om
grateful to my friends who. se
kindly assisted me in my dhe(
misfortune. May the Lord bless
them and repay them.
W. P. BAKER.
-Postmaster A. M. Morris, of
Pickens, spent last week in Spar
tanburg. He went over to at
tend the meeting of the South
Carolina Postmasters' Associa
tion,. He had a good time and
was elected as third vice-presi
dent of that body. Well, the
association could have done
much worse, and we doubt if It
could have elected an officer who
would be more faithful in the
discharge of any duties he might
have to perform.
-One of the social events of
the week was the luncheon
given by Mrs. T. J. Mauldin at
her home,' last Saturday, in
honor of Miss Polly Hieghts
man, of North Carolina, the
sister of Mrs. G. F. Kirby. The
centerpiece for the table was a
large bowl of beautiful sunflow
eis, the place cards used were
souviner post-cards of scenes in
and arotind Pickens. The party
incluided Mrs. Ernest Folger,
Mrs. Wayne Mauldin, Mr's. B. A.
Hagood, Mrs. T. L. Bivens, Mrs.
WN. H. Johnson, Mrs. C. 13. Ha
good, Mrs. G. F. Kirby, Mrs. J.
Mc). Bruce, Misses Helen Boggs,
Ora McFall, Florence Bowen,, of
Pickens, Miss Robinson of Eas
ley, M iss Peters of Virginia, M iss
Fluirlege of C,incinnati and Nliss
Iieglitsman of North Caroliia.
Old J. U. Moore.
Thev mar-ket is lively\ inlnlo
ville-aill kinds (of frul-it, veget
bles, etce., inlbudac
A vonllig lawyer passe(d by theit
other day and said to me: "''lhis
is getting to be a, good stand.
I told him it was a good man
that a good man at a bad stand
could sell, but a bad man at a
good stand couldn't do much.
I don't sell on time here, I
tell them the days of our life ar(
three score years an(d ten. I havt
worked two scores and ten foi
Ton, Dick and Harry-biggest
part for Harry. So no more tlim(
business for me.
Everything quiet over here.
I'm doing the best I can in my~
condition. Bad is the best, but
I make the best out of bad that
Farmers are dloing well, ]
think. They bring in loads of
stuff every day and get the cash
for it. Of course we get to sel]
them something, but it is spot
cash dealings here, and that is
what I like.
Mr. Elisha Gilstrap was in to
see me the other' day. He is the
same old1 Elisha that I knew
when in Pickens.
.I saw the lamiliar face of Mr.
J. McD). Briuc'e pass by in an
automlobile. It mlade me think
of old times.
OLD J. D). Moomie.
PICKENS, R. 3.
Cr'ops are looking fine in this
Mrs. Mary Por)iter andl chil
dIren. of Piedmont, ar'e visiting
Mr's. P.'s mother, Mrs. M. E.
Holder, and .)iher relatives of
Rev. Singleton is conducting a
pr'otracted1 meeting at Concord
Miss Flora JKelley was the
guest of Miss Gr'ace Porter, Wed
Rev. E. IL. Thoimason closed a
prIotr'actedl meeting at Porter' s
Mr. and 4Mris. E. P'. Iloolder
made a pleasant tip to NoI th
(Carol ina Ilast w'ek.
M\isses A(1ddie anid Ressie Ste~ w
art and Louise (Gravley visited
Mr's. J. F. Kelley. Wednesday
and1 Thursday of last week.
Mr's. E. S. Porter has been
very sick, bnt is improving at
Mrs. A.' W. Gravley and chil
(iren visited Mrs. O.'s mother,
Mrs. M. E. McKinney,last week.
What Would You Take for Your Eye
You wouldn't sell, would you?
It is a pretty priceless pos
sesion when we come to think
of it. If you had a fortune,
would you risk the chance of
losing it without adequate com
pensation for the risk? How
about risking your eyesight with
a pair of $1.49 glasses, simply
because they are cheaper than
a satisfactory pair would cosL
You cannot afford to barter your
sight or to ever run the slightest
risk. Go to the most skilled
optometrist you know for the
correction in eye troubles. We
come before you with a wider
experience-we have handled
thousands of cases similar to
yours with perfect success, and
can give you just what you need
to restore the normal tone in the
Your eyes examined by skilled
optometrists under the supervi
sion of Dr. A. A. Odom. Your
glasses ground to suit, each eve
wvhile you wait. Our motto:
"6 You satisfied or your money
back," has built up for us the
largest business in the state. To
out-of-town patients within a
radius of fifty miles of Green.
yille we allow'n1 10 per cn.dis
coun1t to Ohw extenit of your rail
romid fare one way. We (o this
that oilr out-of-town patients
may have the samte advaitage
as mi' city utients. )r. A. A.
Odom, Consulting Optom1etrist,
Pr'sident of, The Ilobe' Optical
A Baseball Courtship.
"H1owi' you like to Sign with
me for life's ralm-" inquired
the young nu1m).
"I'm agreeable," r-epliedI the
girl. "hr' ordaod?
-K. C. Journal.
BUY A Goon FARM IN So r
wEsT' GnoRGIA.-Fine pebbly
lands; laborabundant: best roads
In Georgia; best cotton lands ir
the South; it is like living ir
town: good neigh borhoods
schools an(d churches; pure free
stone water; plenty hog and
hominy; improved or unim.
pr'ovedl; in small or' large tracts:
in the famous pecan district;
colonization tracts too; fine cropE
now growing on these lands.
Come soon or you can't onv.
Write for my booklet of farm
lands for sale,
My house and lot on H-a ampton
Ave. All modern conv enienceo
nd( nicel y fin ished. A pply to
W. H. JOHNSON,
Pickens, S. C.
-For land any where in Pick
ens county see or write J. R
Ashmore. "'The Land Man.''
WOULD) YOU BUY THlE
Galloway place, one acre land,
large residle. cc and good store
buIildling close to Pickens Cotton
Mill? F~or' price and1 termis. see.
H. M. Hester,
"Th Real Estate Man."
J1. 5. 110008 w. E. FINDLEy
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, 8. C.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty, S. C.
Pratie at Central every Wed nedays.
Pickens Lodge No. 123
K. of P.,
stated ('1 nv4'I entioni .S30 . m ., Mondaity
E'vemfing aifte'r th I t an d :hi sund ll - .
WVork ahea'id for' all th-- H ks.
All v'iPitO'rs co(r'liahlly in jed
JBy (rde'r of
.J I,. V A iri:v, C, c.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All1 persions holding 'cla ims against the
H tte of the late Ivy (.linton Cannon
dleceased, must present the rme diuly
piraven on or before' the 15th daliy of
Sept 11, or be debharred~a payment, and
all pes-n inad.4bt., as said estate must
makle paIyment onl or before the. above
dalte to theO undersigne.d.
Is the time to buy farm land
while you can see the gr'owing
crop on it, Seeing the crop
you know what you may rea
sonably expect if you buy.
Now is the time to make ar
rangements for next year and
not only next year but for your
Now is the time to see my
liberal terms for a small home.
Now is the time to see some
cheap land I have as well as
some of the best in the county.
Farm and city property for
A. M. Morris.
(B. R. B.) Cures Through the Blood
BONE PAINS, CAN
CER, SCALY SKIN,
11.' 11 t. (otlani 11001 Blood) is the
only Blood Ritmedy 01hn1, kill the poiiol
iml the blood tnd thteni purifie.: it..
inl". ia flood of puitre. rich blom0l (ditect to
tlh skin surfvee. ions. joints, atlid
wherevver the disvEno is loenuvitd. Inl this4
wauy all sores. uilers. pimpls, eruptiotwr
nre heailedI nmal enal. painn, and4 aese
of 101henma1tisenl coNse,,wellinfgs suhlAide.
It. l. 13. ollteychanlges; the body
1111 :a (114nn11 h ah1101 y e stiditionl, friving
tho skin tw- rieb. r,l hue of Perfect
hel. I. i. 11. onr( s1 0the womst old
cases. Trv -.i .
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM-B BB
pleasnt tt an4i sure to tiake'; coIn oseI (if pure
itotai nilgrediet i. It inI4tIesg j an,4d eit chIeIies
the lood . It. It. It. sIreigIll(ens thle ierves
anld buithis kilp the brookeni down system.l Drug.
gists $1.40 1 IIIt hA0 IM I ( 1iT hl witIht dire
tiont for home enre.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
WHEN COMPANY COMES
you wvant to put the best foot
forward, don't you?1 We can
OUR TAIULE SiLVER
IS WHAT YOU REQUIRE.
Look at our ntew offerings and
buy what yotiutnod. A present
purc'hase mnay pre#cludel emnbar
TE A S ERV ICE. SOUP L A
J)L ES, SPOONS, FORKS,
Eaidy, g, C.
A Guess That is Right~
Four Times In Five
l'EN A I tiil,I) is nilliet'ed
wih 4.foi'v brIeafthi, is
grinding teeth uduring sleep4, re s1
headniehe and en~ ,.p)es 8of nost fel.
tig -veil wvit hoit. any~ aparent enn11se,
the experience El mothier 3.ay's
Foutr times0 'out of tive shte is right
when such condatition~ iare naoticed it
14 wise' to g~'ive t rouatmsent on' the sup..
porsfit.Ion, thatt wormSs ure pret'8. It
wvill doS 41 no harm. an if t~b sym1'tptomns
fart due14 to wo.rmfs at " ill doi goOdI..
re'3tore thei chiildlt 1 I fort and1(
Chiildren 33nk" JDike's worm'
IzngswithI th Samett relish that
the docandy. They are' hatrmletss,
iand pla104n iiri etonst tare psrint'u up)on
For veryV young1:, childre'nwhen.
IDike's Wourm Syrup.
AIlways (osne to our atorei for the. a.
rnons44 D)Ike's fremedO(IOn. we' alone14
hav4 et ihem In thisu city
Pickens, S. C.
For Cotton Weigher
The many friends of TR. L. Hames re.
spectfully am),oune him a candidate
for cotton weigher for Pickens townlseip,
subject to the naetion o4f the voters on
the -19th Instant.