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Some Thingi You Know and Some r
Yon Doli'r Know About Out'
Towns, County & People
- Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Mauldin
left last week for a stay at Hen
dersonville. N. 0.
-Mrs. J. W. Hester of Atlan
ta, spent last week with Mr. and
Mrs. M. F. Hester in Pickens.
-Mrs. John Jones, of South
Georgia, is visiting her sister-in
law, Mrs. H. E. Davis, in Pick
-Will Jones, who has been
living for some time in South
p-Georgia, is visiting relatives and
friends in Pickens.
-Miss Lillian Sholar of Eas
ley, was the charming guest of
the Misses Boggs daughters of
Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs.
-Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gres
ham and daughter of Atlanta,
ng a while with Mrs.
its, Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
and hs. N. ). Lesesne
dren of Kingstree, S. C.,
are spendinm a while with Mrs.
W. T. McFall, sisf-r of Mrs. L.
land other relatives in Pickens.
-Married on the 22d instant.
by J. 1. NeV)ery. Judge of Pro
bate, Mrs. Earle C. Nalley of
Eally, an r. T. Wv. Cochrn
of the Bell Shoal setion of thi'
-h m mbe1(lIiors of Old Pick
ens church re'quest all who are
interested to meet there Satur
lay, 26th inst. with suitable
;ools for the purpose of cleaning
- V is Murphree found a
1 ~ . '.S S. - -itn con t
oad between Hagood's Mill and
"ickens. It is an imitation
3ather suit case and the owner
can get the same by calling at
his office and proving property.
--Addie, the little (daughter of
Ir. F. L. Findley has taken her
* ave for Coal Creek, Tennessee,
wher'e she will spend the fall
nd -in ter at the home of her
'nel , Mr. E. L. Findley, and
ttendl the high school at that
SPickens. S. C., Aug. 17-The
ear-Leatguers lost to Piedmont
us afternoon, 4 to 2. Erros by
(reenville allow'ed Piedmont to
e the score in the fifth inning
nd though it was tied in the
inth Piedmont sent two men
ver the plate in the tenth in
inw. winning the game.
-Mr. D). J. Garvin of Atlan
a, is in Pickens this week look
~ng after matters in his father's
state, the late B. D). G3arvin,
,nd to arrange to move his
+ *other and brIothers and sisters
>that city. They have endear
dI themselves to the people of
ur town who will hate gre(atly
a see thenm leave.
-Mr. George W. Corbin, who
~or somie time has beei liv'ing at
M enkeca, andl serving that city a~s
'hief of police, has moved back
to his home in Pickens and has
again taken charge of the pool
:oomi and r'estaurant, formierly
mun by him and J. W. Hester.
There is no reason wvhy George
s hould not make grood in this
--Mr. J. M. Porter, while
dr'iving home from Pickens on
Monday ran upon a big rattle
snake in the r'oadl on the Eahrle
place,. which he proceeded to
Sdispatch with what means and
weapons he could get at his
command'. His snakeship was
four feet long and was one of
the largest Mr. Porter' ever saw.
There has been about a dozen
rattlers killed up in that territo
ry in the last two weeks. Mr.
J. R?. Baillowv recently killed one
'nthe Woldhorn p1nco Fth 1
-Mr. D. L. Norris of West
minster, was a business visitor
to Pickens last week.
-Jas. P., Jr., and John C.
Carey have both been confined
to their rooms this week with an
attack of lagrippe.
-Miss Laird of Savannqh,
and Mrs. W. B. Freeman and
children of Pickens, left Tues
day for a trip to Lake Toxawaye
-Miss Fay Smith of Liberty,
is again the operator at the
Pickens Telephone Exchange
and is giving universal satisfac
-Presiding Elder, W. M.
Duncan preached an excellent
sermon at Pickens Methodist
church Sunday night and held
quarterly conference for this
charge on Monday.
-Mrs. J. P. Hyde,of Pickens,
who has been suffering from a
nervous disorder and breahdown
of health, we are glad to state is
fast improving and gaining
in health and strength.
--Born, to Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
Finley. of Pickens, a, bouncing
boy. Elbert says he intends to
make a lawyer out of him.
"just like his daddy."
- --Miss Elinor Knight has re
turned fron her vacation, and
will resume her music class in
Pickens about the middle of
-Ilhe cropsare beginining to
look short. The dry weather is
making the cottoni shed its fruit,
and some p ()eople estiliate lly ai
hialf enm inl this counitv.
-4t is said that Mr. ias
Earle of the lower section of
Oconee af m'rket the first
bale of cotton for the i p-coun
try at Seneca next week. Mir.
Earle': cotton is opening rapid
ly. He sold the first bale at
Seneca and the first at West
rinster last year.-Farm and
iA&-tory 15th instant.
* In the Honea Path Chronicle
of a recent date appered the fol
lowving: The members of Bark
er's Creek church presented,
their pastor, Rev. D, W. HiottI
with a handsome chest of silver'
at the morning service yester-I
(day. The gift was made in
commemoration of the 35th an-.
niversary of Mr. Hiott's pastor
al wvork, thirteen years of
which has been spent as pastor
of Barker's Creek church. Rev.!
Hiott knew nothing of the plans
and was taken by surprise wvhen
the gif t was tendered him. The'
presentation was made by Rev.
W. T. Tate of Belton, in his
usual happy style. A large
crowd1 witnessed the presenta
tion w'ith much pleasure.
-J. Luther B~agwell is sonme
thing of a farmer, as well as a
good commissioner, too. We
learn that he has good crops and
that his watermelon crop is
something line, is extra large
and1 luscious. Recently he (cut
one which was dlividled among
fourteen people, all of wvhom had
plenty, andl then some left over.
Sunday he was going t~o cut
another large one, hut could not!
get enough people around it to
consume it, so the cutting was
deferred. Well,while this sounds
like the parable of the loaves
and fishes, it is no pipe diream.
andt the truthfulness of this
statement can be verified1.
-The Pickens County Sing
inrg (Con vention will con vene
with E1Fnoni Baptist chur ich on
the first Saturdlay and Sunday
in Septembl.er. Ev'eryhody cor
dlially invited to attend1(, espe
(cially those who aire fond oIf
goodl music. Good1 singers are
expected to be( plresent and lead
the classesS. The 0Old Folks
Singing Convention is asked to
also lie present and lend their
aid and umake oIf this meeting
one of the most enjoyable occa
slons ever experienced by the
convention, D)on't forget your
song-bIooks and w'ill-filled b as
kets and have pi'ic innersi on'TM '
-Mrs. J. R. Ashmore, of this
place is reported quite sick.
-Rev. G. F. Kirby, pastor of
the Pickens Methodist church,is
-The last and best excursion
of the season is that to be run
by Messrs. Mahon and March
banks on Sept. 5th to Charleston
and Savannah, either one of
which Is worth the time and
money required to make It.
Onl. 2 cents. difference in the
price to Sav anuah over Charles
ton, the two best seaport cities
in the South. This is the time
for -the farmer to take his fami
ly and enjoy a most pleasurable
outing. Separate coaches will
be reserved for the ladies and
their escorts. They will also
have separate coaches for the
colored people. Everybody who
knows or who has ridden with
these gentlemen, know that
their personal attention is given
to these excursions; that they
preserve and maintain order,
and that they see everyone has
a good time. See their agent at
Liberty, Pickens or Easley for
circulars, tickets or particulars.
Died, at the home of his step
daughter, Mrs. J. M. Phillips. i
Seneca, S. C., on August 14th,
Mr. E. T. Leavell. Mr. Leavell
was born in Anderson district on
the 17th of February, 1840, and
was the last suivivor, save one
sister, of a fai ily of 12 , ildren.
Mr. Lea vel Ioved fron Ander
son to Pickens cotinty about. 035
years ago(. Ie WaIS a (cOnsisfelt
1m1ebiher of the a13 ptist churhe
for .10 years prior Ii his death1,
aI was one of the deac()nis at,
Central for 11u1belr of vters.
He joilled the Mason ic lodge at
01(d Pedletoin in 1873, Ioved
his mem bership from there to
Belton and then again to Con -
tral, at which lodge he was an
honored member at his death.
He served as W. M. of that
lodge and was faithful and
bright in the ancient and mystic
order. He served throughout
the war with the 2d rifles of
Orr's regiment. He gave his 71
years of quiet unassuming life
to his friends, his country and
his church. His remains we
laid to rest at Mt. Zion church,
Central, S. C., on Tuesday after
noon, after appropriate services
at the church. His friends and
relatives feel sincerely grateful
for the marked kindness shown
in his short illness and funieral
management.--Farm and Fac
Notice of Opening Bookt of
Notice is hereby given that
the undersigned will open books
of subscription t~o the capital
stock of The Pickens Enterprise
at Pickens, 8. C. in the Court
House, onl Thu11rsda y Augusti
J. D). Holder,
H. TP. McDaniel,
Board of Corporators. 1
Doctor the Cause
Not the Effect
f uare aflicteled withI boils p.n,-)
pies, sicrofula, salt rheum,. eczema,
Or any)3 ot her indication of impuire
mn 'xtterna~l reimedie's for the treat
men'ft of tl4i h 4se 83 j pr oms.
oucanm avO%' t '(iI thm I tin'y
takang enlk's1 Hid aa el Skin
3.Onil~l.IIl~i E*FE th r ure no( llutwardI4 sying
'etinn- of !iur e ' b od b u I nstead ther in
n feeing f h IO.ur a'( by inP n listilst
Jodiitign loss1 ofpti~. lt t-owitn thit
the organ h and ine sftQhe boy ar lus
b114 eing .I pou i ped astey .u bhe.I 41
sTeh, use o Dike's Blood and Skin
Remedy ias pol lood b . m
an Psmohcgien, iSta ofhas
an sal~r imld.Th ivrCs
-Standard gasolene 18c pe
gallorp. I. E. Goodwin.
-FOR SALE-Fresh Jerse
milch cow and calf. See Di
FOR SA LE-Two young cows
fresh in milk.
J. L. Murphree,
Route 6. Pickens, S. C.
Fi.:su BREAD, always o:
hand at Corbin's Restaurant.
My house and lot on Hamptoi
Ave. All modern convenience
nd nicely finished. Apply t
W. H. JOHNSON,
Pickens, S. C.
BuY A Goon FARM IN SOU'rT
WEST GEOGIA.-Fine pebbl,
lands; labor abundant; best road
in Georgia; best cotton lands i
the South; it is like living ii
town: good neighborhoods
schools and churches; pure free
stone water; plenty hog am
hominy; improved or unin:
proved; in small or large tract
in the famous pecan districi
colonization tracts too; fine cror
now growing on these land<
Come soon or you can't ouy
Write for my booklet of farr
lan.ds for sale,
WHICH IS THE CHEAPEST
T) purchase a. cheal) )oorl
constructed pair of grlisses c
bliy something you know
right and will give you sati-;fa,
tionlI There is n1 (anger of ag
grava'te( eye troubles with l
right k inid of gliasses. The proI
correct~iil Will itake wvakc ey(l
strilligf We hlave slwilt mnall
yeasl ill wii o tsessftil n1akin
an1d lit (in fit. o lr lasse
W'e have the e-xperiencre. thl
machinlery an1d thV methIlod
I hat give perfectsuccess inl tIreal
troubles caused by in
pmpr refrdtiol. There a
no bargains in eye glasses 'm
Lept dear' onies. Cheap glass(
and ruined eyesight go togeth<
-You can change the glass<
now but you cannot replace you
eyes. Our new Torico Lens at
the greatest improvement of ti
twentieth Century in the art c
lens grinding, and our nmott<
"You satisfied or your mone
back" has built up for us th
largest business in the state.
To out of town patients in
radious of fifty miles of Greer
ville we allow 10 per cent. dil
count to the extent of your rai
road fare one way. We do thi
bhat our out of town patieni
nay have the same ad van tag
ats our City patients. Dr. A. A
Ddom, Consulting Optometrisi
President of The Globe Optics
Do., Masonic Temple, Greer
viule, S. C. Phone 930.
THANK.I take this metho
f thanking my friends an
meighbors who so kindly an
promptly came to my rescuei
my late misfortune- the loss <
m y barn and valuable conteni
bjy fire. Many offers of peci
n iary assistance came unsolici'
ad, and many of my friends ani
eighbors volunteered their poi
~ona~l services and other help,
i of whom I give the best r'
urns I cani-an expression c
.tratefulI appreciation. Ex per
meces like this teach us ou r bei
essons, and inlspire 11s wit}h he
;er faith in humankindl.
Mns. EuIza J. Fuen).
His Peculiarly Gifted Son.
"1 dlon't know what I'ml ev(
~oing to make of that son
nine,'' complained a prominen
fleveland bulsinless mian th
>ther dlay, saIys thle Plaindealei
l'he( old chap) is self-nulale,
traduti fe of the un1i1versit v (
iard knocks, and all t hat : aln
t naiura' Ily grieves him11 to hav1 '
. s0on who is not1 aggr(essive.
"May be your soni }msn'tf founil
lilmself yet,'' we con.soled
'isn't he gifted in any way?"'
"'Gifted? I should sav he i.s
le ain't got a darned I hine tiha
vasn't given to him.'
A twvo-cnt stamp on a lette
viii carry it to the Philippines
mdl~ ten dollars' worth of stamlp
mn a tramp will carry him t
r -For land any where in Pick
ens county see or write J. R
Ashmore. "The Land Man."
WOULD YOU BUY THE
Galloway place, one acre land,
large residence and good store
building close to Pickens Cotton
Mill? For price and terms, 'see.
H. M. Hester,
"The Real Estate Man."
Notice of Election.
Whereas. a petition froi the free
hol duer and elk cluse, of Glassy Mt. Schco
District number 32 has been filed with
the County Board of Education asking
said Board for permission to hold an
election to determine whethie'r or not an
extra levy of 3 mills shall be levied on
said District foi tchool purposes:
It appearing to the County Board of
s Education that the petition ineets the
1 requirments of the law.
1herefore it is hereby ordered that the
. Trustees of the above naned District do
hold an election in above named Dis
trict for the above stated purpose, the
election to be held at Glassy Moutain
schoolhouse on )ep. 2 1911.
The Trustees of the above named Dir
trict are hereby appointed lanagers of
said election. The elect ion to be held
according to the r(acliiremenlts of S-e
tion 1208 of the School Law.
By order of the Conity Board of Edu
cation. H. T. II A L LUM,
Chml. & Sec.
? State of South ICarolint,
County of Pickens.
liY J. B. Newherv. Probate Jilge.
Whereas,Mts. M. A lisei anid W. A
I)obson 11tie suit to ille to granot theln
lettersof Ailminiktrattion with the will
i'r tinntmexed of lie l'state andel4 effrcts of J.
I'lhee .ire thereofren. to cite 1a ad
e.onil all atal singiular' tOhe kinidred an11d
CTiitors of thie Said J. T. I)41bsoin de
11n.1d, 11at the he 1. and Iaea before
e ne. inl the Couurt ()f Probate. to be held
it ikns oni lhie 7th day of Sept.
1911 text. afte-'lientin bereof, at 11
o o'cloik inl the. Ieore'n.on, to .how cauise,
it' anv hey htv i u.'. h t lie. said ;m inis
t rat ion shiild h1now he grautte ii.
(Iivenl 1t1i lert- my ha.. tihi- 19 d:1Y q f
Aig. Ann i i4 l iini 1911.
J. J. 1. , C.
1. fil. n0onos wV. E. molENIllY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.
l' 8tf <Mli!Ce'vt'iv 4-kens bank.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty, 8. 0.
Practice at Cenral every Wedntedays.
SPlokens Lodge N~o. 123
K. of P.,
Stated convention 8:30 p. m.,, Monday
s evening after the 1st and 3d Sunday.
Wiork ahead for all the Ranks.
All visitors cordlially invited.
-By order of
. I ,. VA LLU'V. c, C.
SAM li. citAIG. K. ofi It. antel 8.
Notice to D~ebtors and Creditors.
All persons htoling claims aigainst the
state of the hate I v~ Clinton Cannon
deceased, must lresent the sameo duly
>roven ont or before the 1 5th dlay (of
(1 Sopt. 1911, or het (lbarred panvment. andxc
(i da tel thei imdicersign edl.
f ~ ~ ~ V ilnan I (i 11nnon.
r' xl entor,
iew "Rock Hill1" Lightesi
Running, Most Stylish
and Durable onl
~,q Patented Long-Distance Splndles,
oiledl without removal of wheels.
qflatented Side Spring.
CJStronges~.t braced BJOdy made.
C*qNew style Seat.
q JFvery' feature of high class mattke.
q Ph!aetonxs, Suarrics, Runtabots of
samei i gh Quali 1y.
tjOur guarantec yourt protection.
r Postal Card To Us Will Bring Ai
Agent To You At Once
> ROCK DILL BUGGY COMPANY
Is the time to buy farm land
while you can see the growing
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.
MC~ :: Mi
U. . ) CrsR ghthe 1110d
BONE IlAAS, CAN
ER, S0ALY SKIN,
Rheum-I atisn, Eczema,
t.' It I. ( otaill litood l1lovd) is ihe
olyl' Blood Remedy that kills th. Ioison
in the blood and then pirifiew it--sendl.
ing ia flood of pure, iell blo'Id (lilet. to
the skin surface. hones. joints, and
wheitrover Lte diiseunse is loca'Zted'. In th is
w"Nay all ROres. uleers piinpis. eruptioins
are henled and vul. painln 1111 nehe01
of l 1tism cease, swellinigs uil 4side.
It. ]1. 11. cornolejjteljy chjanlge.S t11 he body
11nt1: Meaht) healthy conditionl, "'I VIngl'
Wt skin t 114rih, r;'d )uIli( of lerfet
lieulkh, J3 B. 11. '-ures thea, wQorst ki1
cases. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM-B BB
pllsan anlot S111( i Ior 1 p4ip o t o ure
Itata:ale ingreclietits. It ioa rifies 1a1il etirleihes
the 11od - It. It. It. strengtletts Ih le nte rves
"tI htilhis Il lp he brok et 'owi svsteinu. l)ruig.
gists $1 .0M ' .:R LA GIt i l r' i' bE with ilre
tions for homne eire.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
WHEN COMPANY COMES
you wvant to put the best foot
forward, dlon't you? We cani
OUR TABLE SILVER
IS W HA T Y OU REQUIRE.
Look at 0our ne0w offerings and
buy what you need. A present
pur ichase miay preclude ('mlbar
TEA SERVICJE. SOUP LA
1)1 , 8POON8, 1XORKS,
A Guess That Is Right~
Follr Timies In Five
(VillN A illbi)isoV'li afit ed
Hill)jet. to vo'nilig1, j1(1jgestion,
cOli(cy pinsl~ niousen'5, 10oss of leasa.
grinding teeth d ur i slteep, re st
lessiness, feverishnesiie, no0rvotisiua.
heada(1)che atnd coain plinjis of ntel.
ing 'veil without any aipparenit (cause,
thle expe'rienere I inother say1
F'our time out8 of1 (Iiv he is right
whIenI SUCh conditjin aire nloticedl it
18 Wise' to gIve' tra-atmsienlt 0n thle sup
p jsit ion that, worrits aire p~re'enIt . It
will do not harm, nndii if tLhe siylmpt)oms
are1 duei Ito worms it w. ill dlo good
re'store' til'ei eha Io (com01fort. and1(
('hiirenratti 16. Ilke's \\'orml
I~Ozenges w ith t ba. aa, a:hnih t hat
they' dJo eanndy. 'I'ey, ar' harnti~sg
iaki"' Worm Syrgup.
Al uaso leo our ' sor., for the* ill.
mo sli iIlke'a, i(tmmleaA . Y ilo a
have VIhem n15 his c111(Ity
Pickens, S. C.
ane and beaultn the air.
-Never Pails ty 'O