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Some ThIng. YO1 Dnow and Some
You Don't Know About Our
Towns, County a tpie
-. r. and Mrs. C. B. Hagood
aie at Tate Springs this jweek.
---Mrs. J, N. Morgan, of Cen
tral, visite4 .relatives here last
-Mr. and Mrs. Wi. Ander
son, of Greenwood, visited liiss
Rosa Ellis this week.
-Miss Eleanor Knight, of
Pickens, is visiting at Heflin.
-Miss Ada Craig is visiting
relatives in Seneca and Wal
-Mrs. N. R. Kennemore and
two children, of Liberty, are
visiting relatives in Oconee
,-Mrs, William, Ellis, of near
Easley, spent Tuesday in Pick
ens, the guest of Mrs. R. A.
--Mr. and Mrs. J. McD. Bruce
spent a portion of last week in
Seneca, the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. G. W. Gignilliatt.
-Mr. and Mrs. Shealy, of
Newbery, visited their daugh
ter, Mi's. J. W. Ballen-tine, last
-Mrs. Maude Massey and
children, who have been on a
visit to Mrs. T. L. Bivens, have
returned to their:home in VWax
hau, N. C.
-Miss Mattie May Nicholson,
of the Seneca side, is visiting
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. Holden, of the Kings .see
Mrs. B. I"Grvin hassbld het
property in Pickens to J. R.,
Ashmore. who will occupy it as
soon as it is vacated. His pres.
ent dwvelling will be occupied by
W. C. Newton.
-Mrs. G. F. Kirby dlelight
ful ly entertained a few friendb
Friday morning in honor of hei
attractive guests, Miss Polly
Hightman, of Nor'th Carolina
and Miss Evelyn Duncan, o1
Greenville. TIhose present were
muore, Floride Cariev, Christimi
Sutherlandl, LorVena Taylor
Emily Bright, Helen B3oggs
MPary Petc rs-, Flor'ence Bowven
-WV. Blne'tt Jones of thW
(Oolen oy section,.1(:1 reurned las
wveek fromn an extended trii
through G'or'gia where he ha:
beiin vi-iti ng friends anid reia
tives, and while gone he looke<
at the land in Gordon count,
and also nn and dlown the Oos
tanoola at the magnificent hot
toms. H-J camelI back rejnI'veni
ated in health, strencgth an<
spirits and really looks ten year'
-J. J. (Bud) Burm'ess. wvh
livedl on the Gassaay place
was killed Sundlay by his horse
it seems that the horse balk'<
and gave him tirouble Satur'da:
and hie got it home and gave it
severe beating. Sunday mnorni
ing he went to the stable to se
how it looked and prIobl.nli
thought he hadn't done a goo
job, for he turned it out in th
lot, got a piece of scantling an<
began frmailing it again. T1h
horse ran un) in a corner and 3M
Burgess followed behindl stl
fr'ailing it, when the horse kick
ed with bo0th feet, striking iin
in the breast and stomach. D~o
tbors were sent for but could (1
him no good, andl after' a fox
hours' suffering Mr. Burge
succumbed to the shock and1 hi
injuries, lie 'was buried the (la
following at Six-and-twet
church where he was born an
raisedl. HeI leaves a wife ~an
several children. b~esides a ho~s
-Mis. W. T. Griffin is spend
ing a. time with her sister, Mrs.
-Mr. and Mrs. H. A. (Dick)
.emhaings, of .Greenville, spent
ithe ,waek-enid with relatives in
-Weaon Christopher is re
poted as bteng quite sick with
an attack of aente indigestion.
-Dr. J. L. V.allav says there
Is considerable sieknees through
out the county, ejpep'ajly of ty
phoid fever. '
-Prof. J. W. Balleutine has
returned from his vacation and
making preparation to open the
Graded School on Sept. 11th,
with a large attendance. .
-Hon. James P. Carey re
turned home Sunday from a
month's visit to the golden west
having enjoyed himself hugely
and had a great outing.
-E. Smith Griffin of the
Greenville side, visited his
daughter, Mrs. H. M. Hester
last week and was shaking
hands with his many friends in
-Lost, on Saturday evening,
between Grandy's mill and S.
P. Freenman's, on the new road,
a good black vest. Finder re
turn to B. M, Snmith and get
-J. M. Gantt has returnd to
Pickens from a trip of two
weeks duIiration, spent around
Charlottesville, Va. He is very
much improved in health and
strength by his jaunt.
-Mrs. J. P. Carey and son,
Boone and daughter, Bernice,
accomi paileid her niece, Miss
Bessie Lovett, back to her iome
at Woodbury, where she will
spend some time among her rel
atives and friends.
nied by her daughter, of Oak
way, S. C., who has been visit
ing relatives and friends at Lib
erty, spent a portion of last
week with her cousin, Mrs.
Elisha Gilstrap of Pick~ens, R. 1.
-D). F. Pace, wvho has a nice
confectionery and fruit stand
wvith his pool room, is remodel
ing and fixing up his room and
will open up a first-class lunch'
counlter in connection with his
other business. No doublt he
wil <>asplendidl business.
-Farmer friends, thie corn is
- odding for you and the cotton
is beckoning to von, the season
for harvest is at hand, You will
need to get into your crop right;
away, bult you1 can stay out a
few (lays longer and~ take one
more resting spell. Tlhe call of
the old ocean is strong and you
should heed the call. Go Tues
d (ay andl take your family either
to Savannah or Charleston and
ibe refreshed and rejuvenlatedl by
-the salt air and sea breeze and a
d (ip in the surf. T lhe crops can
-wait but the excursion will not
and1( it is the last onie of the sea
sonl. You wvill always pleasant
ly r'enmmber this delight ful trip
with Messrs. Mahon andl March
b tanks, Tuesdlay, Sept. 5th. B.
B. LaBoon at Pickens and J. F.
-Banister at L iberty hav'- ti'cets
-W illie Stansell and wife
and~ Henry Stansell and wife
of Ea 'sley, have just returnued
'fromi a three weeks trip) to
G4eorgia.. They mlade theP tipl by
priva1t3 con veyanice an~d traveled
1overI theO northe(asternl sectionl
Toccoa, Carnesville, Cornelia,
Lithonia, etc., coming hack by
way of Clarkesville, where they
spent a fowv days wvith 'Squire
W. L. Jenkins andl other
friendls in that part of the coun
try. Willie says the 'Squire has
beotter' health, better crops and
has worked more and harder
this year than ever before, l He
has a slendid homle ini the edge
of towni; it i~s full of summi ier'
1boardlers andl that he is wvell
1 pleased with his location and
tfuture 1Oprospcts and1( cold not
-Mrs. J. T. Fennell of Green
ville, spent a portion of last
week in Pickens with Mrs. A. J.
-Mrs. J. H. Newton of Pick
ens, returned to her home last
week from a pleasant visit to
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Boggs, aftd other relatives and
Friends at Calhoun.
-Misses Ina, Maka and Meta
Boggs, who have been spending
a month in Clayton, Ga., for
bheir health, have returned' to
bheir home it) Pickens, much
benefitted by their stay.
-Mr. George W, Roper died
>n the 21st inst.. after a linger
ing illness and was buried the
lay following at Porter's Chap
31. He leaves 11 children, be.
sides a host of friends and rela
bives to mourn his death.
-J. T. Chastain lost a valua.
ble horse Sunday. He thinks
ts death was due to derange
ment and enlargement of the
liver. "Jody" says this is the
bhird animal he has had to die
,n his hantd and that just as
soon as he gets a likely animal
and wants to make something
out of it, it has to die.
-Raiding Deputy Merrick,
Uampbell, Alexander and B. B.
LaBoon made a ra-id on Big
Eastatoe. Tuesday, destroying
a big copper plant in full opera
tion and overturning about 1,500
gallons of beer, and getting
several gallons of whisky. The
operators got wind of the officers
coming an(d took to tall timber.
-Robt. L. Gilstrap and wife
was visiting relatives in this
county last week. After mov
ing around considerably Bob
has finally located in Oconee,
where he has bought a good
farm near WValhalla, has a goo(d
crop and is doing well. The
many friends on this side of the
Keowee were mighty glad to see
him and his good wife. If he
would shave off his whiskers he
would look as young and good
as he did twenty years ago.
-Miss Belle Yongue, (laugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Rober. t E.
Yongue of Pickens, wvho has
been suffering from an attack of
typhoid fever, and who recen tly
relapsed. is still critically ill.
Heri aunt, Miss 1-ester Cureton,
who is a trained nurse, is at her
beCdside, andI together wvith the
(careCful treatmflent given her by
Dri. J. L, Valley, they look for
her' speedyv r.ecovery. Miss.
l3elle's imanyv fri nd1s ar'e s-olicit -
onis that she(* pay soon he' (out
--A speial andl very inw)ort
ant meceting af the Pickens C'o.
F~armier' Union wvill be held at
Pickens c'our't hiouse' on Monday
September a 4th I, 1911, conmwin e
ing at 11 a. mn. All farmiers
w~ho feel any interest in the or
ganization, andl~ wish to get and
keep in tonch with the work
carried oni by thi farmers' orga -
niizatilon, are regnested ( O to 'et
withi us, as we' have some jim
portant miatters to lbe conisid
eredl. if you ha ve backslided,
or fallen front union graCe, and
i'etentedI o f YOurP sIn, coille, as
-Last Thu irsda y wviiile NIirs.
.J. R~ C'onnelly, whvlo liv''s ini the
"Fi(eld"' sect(' ion of the' ('ounity,
was5 o:u t in her f'lront, yar tc lij -
ping t he gria-s and~( w\E'ed- and(
timmingt. thle l:-owood alontg
the walkway, she' w'as trte
to See( a lai'&ge ra I t l'snia k' tinde'r
onie of the buisi~'. whichl sh
succeed ed ini( dispaltchl1ing. As
she wvent to put the mnowingr
blade, whicht sheI had been' using,
uniider thei front p)orc(h, a fter fin -
ishing her work in the yard, she
wav's surprised b~y a not her big rat
tier' crawvling out from under the
pialfzza ste.(' l Ti's one she also
put where all snakes ough.lt to be,
and spent the balance of the (lay
on a keen lookout for more of
the "'pesky varmiints." ''~It be
hooves every body to wa tch very
-W. L. Brissey and wife, of
Anderson, spent Sunday in I
Pickens the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. A. M. Morris. f
' The dold east rains of this
week reminds us all of the "cold
day in August" which has been
so often talked about.
-Mrs. Letha Revis and child
ren, of Greenville, spent last
week with - her cousin, Mrs.
Frank Pace, of Pickens, R. 1.
-Miss Fay Smith, the very v
afficient operator at the Pickens
Telephone Exchange, s p e n t lh
Sunday in Easley with friends. f
-Dr. J. N. Hallum, Ph. G., a
inanager of the Pickens Drug 1
Do., who has been quite sick for
bhe past ten days, is able to be
FOUND-One dress coat near v
J. E. Medlin's home and close to d
Long bridge. Owner can get f,
3ame at this office by proving v
property and paying for this 1
-Mrs. W. D. Griffin of Eas
ley, and Mrs. Strickland of C
Franklin, N. C., were the wel- V
come guests at the home of c
Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs last t
- Baily J. Robinson, accom
panied by Earle (Pat) Jennings,
left Monday for a trip through
Tennessee, going by private con
veyance. WAhile over there Bai
ley will look up' a likely bunch
of horses and mules for this fall's
--For first-lass shinigles, eith- C
er heart or sap, see or wvrite me
for pricos. Can deliver them at ,
Pickens or give vo1 special price
,n them at the mill vhich is 2 r
miles north of court house.
J. H. Earle, r
aug31tf Pickens, S. C.
-A glorions revival wvas clos- 1
ed at Secona last Sunday. f
Many accessions were added to t
the church, the membership
greatly strengthened and four- i
teen converts were immersed on
Sunday. It is said to have been
one of the best meetings held at
Secona in years.
On the Wing.
Before long we intend giving
a series of articles from trips
over this county, relative to the
various phases of religions, po
litical and social life, a kind of
history of the people0. T1his
mueh is (duie our sub scrib ers, to
preserve th ii~Iraditionis of' the
A elorti tli(1ple t o i ail(1 in
T.idu Rihy j , who Ms. an
r ine drvor hver a p13( otion
and ihe couln, hrrving tthes
homi~e of Dlr. J Riu. Kirkso dn
ner.l Her w1'Ed fhin iIhearty
wecm and~ plnty atd hit andoi
itswil p ieprel I'indl O11prin-'
adetC ith 1nlinar art. 5W3381
andis well fi, hand his
Hletti enjoiwnt inraiitie prai
rectini, foppretiYit.o lnh(r
alnlK (indh) e is',in andti
Corni Uisl heil ilvgrin by(.lln.
Hhs pand his ornin hec
rci, d laed , andci i hs it0
thiks he ~i iV olllfl average -f
hcohtos to the are. n S1A thein
vife deserve cred it for what they
On this trip we saw many
lelds of cotton and corn, some
f which were suffering for
ain. The cotton was shedding
ts fruit badly, and while the
veed was rank and thrifty look
ng, it was not full-bolled.
This seems to be the case
retty much through the Pled
wont section of the state, from
that we can learn from those
7ho have been traveling about.
In what little traveling we
ave done we find the roads in
%irly good fix, but we can
ssure you they are no automo
Mr, Bright Gilstrap Dead.
The many friends and rela- E
ives throughout this county
rill learn with regret of the
eath of Mr. Bright Gilstrap, a
)rmer citizen of the county'
rho departed this life on the
Bth instant, at his home in Ma
Twenty-odd years ago Mr.
tilstrap resided at Easley and
,as a familiar figure in Pickens
arrying the mail daily be
ween these two places. By his
entliemanly bearing and cour
-Ious treatnient he miade friends
f all with whom lie came in
He iarrid( a Miss Mollie
'hillips, whose parents later
'ent to Texas an(d the tios of
lood were too strong for her
ud "Bright," as he was famil
Lrlv called, to long resist tIhe
all to follow. so aboit 18 yer
go t1hey took up tlieir abode in
I(e "LI n Star' state, finally
Attling an(l accIIIIInlating sonie
roperty at Ga inesville, Texas,
ut for the last few years had
esided at Marietta, Olahomiia.
For sonie three years he had
een in declining health and
inally succumbed to a complica
ion of diseases, being about 603
rears of age at the time of his
He was buried at Gainesville,
('exas. Hie leaves besideCs his
v'ife three brothers, Elisha and
Fohn of this county, and Elijah
ho resides in Georgia, and two
isters, Mrs. S. B. Mann of' this
rnunty', and Airs. D~uff WVilson
f Oklahoma, besides a host of'
'elaltives and friends to 1( inir
A Great Revival.
The se'ries of 1IuE'l ings at
fle's (reE'k I ta pt ist 'Ilun-Ich,
'4midne(ted( by in-v. fl. ('. .\ tkin
(4n, I)asto'r. and4 atsistil lby
ev W. i31. W\alker,' 4'vange24list,
amlL to a (closf Sat urdayI ight,
v'ithl eight x' aiddit ions to the
Fifty-two( are to be bIapt ized4
,he hir Satlay ine Iptember,
Lit'iip.tmnd fi Twelvs Al i\' rier
ils~oi 1 Hu te 's .\ i'l(I' I. 4
\\~o feel thAL tE dhs
n th ou nidlt v. I 'ar InIs n
.\ i stnl o n. Alay4i(l'I((1 V41iIh(ey
pr s ill 'd1 . a ll W l'l tli
if*s wor111 S4'e is41 't' J .iv
lh ir~t~', I ri l(ard li l~le v ' i
rI. J r y, AI n( . ' w.ti4l .I. A.
Aly hIus ad t n ''.T i apon
(Il is-: or li'-:.m. alw'ad s
I epre hos;milack.I :I
l~o11( ar J.i 1iet. .\ rirean
-I orL4t' h8n (n4 heeinP
Is the time to buy farm land
while you can see the growing
:rop on it, - Seeing the crop.
ou know what you may rea
;onably expect if you buy.
Now is the time to make ar
angements for next year and
iot only next year but for your
Now is the time to see my
iberal terms for a small home.
Now is the time to see some
:heap land I have as well as
,ome of the best in the county.
Farm and city property for
A. M. Morris.
iy4g BONE l'a S,CLL. -
GE i,SCALY SKIN,
B1 B. (Bot-anie iood Blood) i the
n11lV Blood Reiedv that kills tihe poisont
ni the blood and tltun iurkk it-send
ng at flood of pure, rich bloi direct to
he skin surface. ioles. joilts, and
vhelrever thi-disenlse is located. In this
vay all ores. ulcers. piileis, eruptionr
.re healed an(] curil. paitiv and aches
if liheuimatimil venie, swellinIgs si'sidc.
1. 13. 13. c(1p1ltely chanI1ges the body
ato a1 clein healithy efinndition, giving
he skin the rich. red I'lue of peifect
ealth. B. B. B. cures the wost old
ases. Try it.
IOTANIC BLOOD BALM-BB8
pleausaint and snie ito take; cornposet of pure
lItatnic inigrediIents. It p r iil.es and eitriches
lie blood . It. I. Ii. streigtiest the nerves
nd builds up the brokeni down system. Drug.
itH *. IX)I 'EIt A RG IC ' I"' wit Ii dIree
ions for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Sto-reA..
th1is WVe iloW'\, ulufi thai~t its
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N z.\ I'T1'. lo (l<'()l,1)
W.1a8 c'ill nt 14W bie Snell ill O1ur
stocki.1 4)1' nii1s Call ig in
ad hurable on
C .'r Ped L'11ongDistance Spindles,
*d withut removal of wvheels.
* '''tted Side~ Spring.
* '.od$est bra cedI Body madec.
:.:wfeatro, of high class rnake.
. iefiwn, Surries, Runabouts of
II ligh Quality.
Ci uur dganrantee your protection.
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