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-Rev. 0. M. Abney has been
unwell for several days.
---John L. Thornley is recover-,
lug from a seigo of grippe.
-Dr. 0. E. Robinson, of Liber
ty, was in town Monday.
-Capt. J. J. Herd, from up on
Sir Mile was in town Monday,
--William Jones, of the Cross
Roads section spent Sunday in
town.
--Col. B. E. Bowen wast in town
last Friday shaking hands with
his numerous friends.
-Mrs. Myra Lay Cox, of West.
minister, is over on a visit to her
sister, Mrs. R. A. Hester.
-it is a good time to stir in the
gardens some now. Yes, it is a
good time to sow a big mnstard and
lettuce bed.
--Rev. O. M. Abney preached
an excellent sermon at the Metho
diet church Sunday night to a large
congregation.
"-.T. L. Bivent has moved into
the new Dr. Earle house, while J.
C. Jeonings now occupies the
house vacated by Mr. Bivens.
--Supervisor L. D. Stephens re
turned from Central and Liberty
Friday 'where he had been on a
tour of inspection of the roads.
-J. R. Lathem, of Maynard, was
in town Saturday . He had come
to meet his meet his son C. B. La
them, of Spartanburg, who is a t
knight of grip. 0
1 -The many friends of Mrs, R. P
A. Hester will regret to learn that e
she is quite unwell, and has been
for some'time. We hope to hear
of her early rec3vory. a
-The Knights of Pythias, of c
Walhalia, had a big banget last C
Friday night. There were 140 h
covers laid. Excellent toasts were r
offered, and the occasion was al
together delightful. tl
--Reuben S. Pitts, Principal of a
the Inman School, Spartanburg l'
county, shot and killed Ed. Foster 1"
one of his pupils last week . All bi
the details of the affair have not b~
-hean given out, but it is greatly
and generally deplored.
u-The County Board of Educa.. o
tlon has about finished grading the t
*.apers cf the examination held in S
this county last week. Those who ti
* were fortdnate enough to make the 13
tequisite percentage, will soon re. 1
tioive their certificates.
--The T.adies Aid Society of the
Itethodist chnrch has recently i~
* ide noticeable improvement on o
the interior of the church about fi
the pulpit and the altar. "If you t:
Want thing. done, get the ladie s
interested" iS again verified.t
- uNow I. the time to plant your a
garden. Fresh seeds at Mrs. Cure- E
ton'g. Irish potatoes of all kinds.
R3g lot of crookery to sell at low f
lhrfes for the next ten days. Esv- e
*rything to go at bottom prices at a
Mrs. Quretons.
---Mr. 1'. 0. Thamas and Miss M.'
D. Moore *ere happily married at
the home of Mr. P. G. Thomnas
*boar Golden Creek church on Sun
-tay inorning' March 1st, 1908.
. No*v. S. Atkinson offBeiating. All Y
of Pigkens county.
'--Martied on Wednesday eve-t
ninag at 8 o'clock the 25th of Feb. d
1903, St the residence of the bride's r
father, N. M. Mladden, Mr. J. Luth
or KCelley to Miss Anna V.Madden, t
both ofi Piokp'ns county. Rev. W. '
C. Seaborn officiated.
-..The little 5 year old son of
Janes Childress in the Six Mile
section got his leg broken last
Tuoaday, while at school. The
larger boys were cutting a tree in
odgto obtain some wood, and
mot seeing the little fellow, allowed]
the tres to fall on him,
"'oRe9. .7 , E. oster preached an
S0tta ermon at 8eona Sunday
tannuing on "Giving" There was
a large Gonlgegation preSent, every
*allable seat being takeni. This
is one of the mnost prosperous
- hurohes in the County and the
#eryloes are always largely atten
-Saleeday Was well attended
Monday, There wee no sales
htowever, but ,there was a good
-%t094 of people in town, arrang
Tg t)heir business matters for an.
5#t $#Que0 wu#t out b~y
#6 *e,Whe t hey. W.V. S
of Interest. .4
-Dr. W. F. Austin will bo in
Pickens March 1.0 and 11.
-V. W. Krider is in Pickens
circulating among his friends.
-Mr. J. B. Craig made a brief
trip to Atlanta last week.
--Prof. H. B. Dominick, of Cen
tral was in town Saturday.
--Read notice to Stockholders
Norris Cotton Mill Company.
-Road notice to all stockholders
of State Alliance Exchange in this
issue.
-Mess. F. V. and H. L. Clay,
ton, of Liberty, were in town the
first of the week.
-Pickons mon have to "punch
thoir own whiskers" these times or
)sle let the wind blow through
em.
-The Town Creek school closed ,
b successful winter session last i
riday under the tutelage of Mrs. <
C. L. Cureton. p
--"The King of France with twice
en thousand men, marched up the
till, and then marched--down
gain." The South Carolina legis.
ature has adjourned. c
-W, T. Earle, who has boon a
eaching the Puinpkintown school, e
i visiting iclatives in town. le 1
as closed a successful 7 months f
asion-enrollment 65. 1
-Capt. J. T. Tayloy and daugh
or, Miss Eilene, went to Atlanta
n a brief trip last week for the I
ose of having Miss Eilene's eyes s
xamined and fitted with glasses by 1
specialist. o
-"Razors wuz a flyin' in deo
ir" Saturda; night. Booze of
Durse played its part. Only one
alored citizen got "carved", but
is injuries were by no means se- r
Lous.
ti
-John D. Rockefeller, Jr., son a
ie oil magnate passed through on p:
special over the Southern one day a
Lst week. It is said there were h
o "hot boxes" and the brakes
ad to be applied up hill and down
ill.
--Dr. G. BI. Moore, who, for I
welve years, has been professor d
i political economy in F~urman c
niversity, has resigned to become n
uperintendent of the Virginia An- a]
-Saloon League. He leaves for
.ichtoond, his headquarters Apr. t
Dr. Moore is a strong man and n
e League has chosen wisely. a
--.~R. G. Gaines & Gassaway a'
roe', of Central, S3. C., received
a Feby. 27th, a car load of the g
nest horses and mules handled in g
us country any one wanting good
toek will do well to go and see V
ils lot of noie stock which will go
t reasonable prices for cash or
ood papers.
--..St. Patrick'e Dlay, as usual, I
ills on the 17th of March. It is c
iad ye men-folks to be fashionable d
bould wear green n1etk4ties, and b
e ladles might bedeck yourselves
4ith a few green ribbons to keep e
reen the memory of the good St. jt
'atrick, who freed Ireland from I
nakes. Be careful meanwhile, e
ot to let anything green get in f
our eyes.
-We notice ccocasionly that cer
din traveling men seem to be as
ry as a powderhorn when they
sach Pickens. Just before leav..
>g town, it is customary to maker
he last call at the dispensaryr
there they always manage to "dor
little buies' So far as wea
now the object may be to "tank
p" the driver to make a certain <
ailraad connection, that might 1
'therwise be doubtful. t
--Paul (3. Betts, assistant gen.
ral organiser of the endowment
tank of Knights of Pythias. was
n Pickens last Thursday looking
ifter the insurance feature of the
rder. Mr. Betta is a pleasant
entleman to meet. and wan'
)egging anybody to take the insur
tuee, but merely presenting the
mause of a good fraternal insurance.
l'h endowment ratic was formed
mere shortly after the organisation
>f the lodge.
Card of Thanks,
We desire to thank our neigh
bore and friends for their 'klndness
mnd ssistance rendered during the
recent illness and death of my dear
byisband and our father. May you
ill be abundantly blesed in this
ift,sud rewarded in~ the life to
Bright--Roark.
The marriage of Miss Bessie B.
Bright, of this city to Mr. Robert
R. Roark, of Pickens, took plao
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the residence of the bride's un
cle, J. B. Burgard, in Thurston
street. The ceremony was per
formed by the Rev. A. R.Mitchell,
rector of Christ church. There
were present only a tow intimate
friends of the families, including
Frank Roark, of Easley, brother
of the groom. Shortly after the
ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Roark left
for Easley, where they were ten
dered a reception Wednesday eve.
ning.
Miss Bright is well known in t
the city but for the past several
years has been engaged in the law
Iflice of James P. Carey, of Pick
311, as stenographer and typewri
or. She is a very bright young v
ady and very popular with the a
)eople of Pickens.
Mr. Roark is one of the leading a
,oung merchants of Pickens, hay- C
t
ng recently purchased the stock ti
>f goods formerly belonging to A- tl
4. Morris. He is a man of con. a
iderable energy and determina
ion and will make a success in the
usiness world.-Greenville News.
Mr. and Mrs. Roark have a large
ircle of friends in Pickens who t<
isli them a full measure of joy t1
nd happiness. We extend hearti- f
st congratulations, and in the tli
ongthening of the years, may the 0
ondest hopes of this young couple t
ie more than realized. P
fr
Greer--Holder. (
Last Thursday, the 19th, ult. a th
oautiful wedding took place in hi
outh Easley. The contracting "U
arties were Mr. Dudley J. Greer, ai
f Liberty and Miss Sallie Holder P
f Easley. Rev. D. W. Hiatt oflic- c
ated. ti
Mr, Greer is one of Liberty's beet
ud leading citizens and he is for. ti
unate in carrying to his home one t
o well suited by nature and grace ci
u be a companion in the fullest s
nd truest sense. May peace and
rosperity attend them in life and
t the end of life's journey may
eaven be their home. H
W. Silas Kirkey Dead.
W, Silas Kirksey, whose unfortu.
ate accident we mentioned in our
ist issue, died at his home Thurs"
av night. The fall which he re.
sived at his home the Saturday
ight before, which dislocated his
oulder, proved fatal.
His death came as a great shook
> his farnily and friends, as his
ijuries at first were not considered
t all serious, though very painful.
[r. Kirksey was 66 years of age. e
[e was a symnpathetic friend and
ood neighbor, and was always
lad to lend a helping hand to the
oedy and the afflicted. He was a
aliant Confederate soldier, serv
ig through the entire war, being
agaged in numerous battles where
iot anld shell flew thicic and fast.
He leaves a grief-stricken fait
6, consisting of a wife anid seven
bildre,n-four sons and three.
aughters. He is also survived
y One brother, James 1(irksey.
His remains were interred at Se
na Saturday afternoon, the fu
eral services being cotiduoted by
~ev. J. 1A Fostcr. A large con&
muire of sorrow ing relatives and
riends assembled to pay their last
iark of respect to a departed
ciend.
Liberty Locals.
The thunder has roared and the
iins have poured and the winds
ave blown and the clouds have
nlled away and the sun shines
gain.
The farmers are getting a hustle
n them. They started the ,.plows 4
ist week. Guano is coming in by
he car load. The plum buds are
welling, the frogs holler merrily
n the brooks, and last but noti
east the mud is gradually drying
ap and the people can begin to
nove around and do some business.
The County Commissioners :were
tround last week looking after'
'Dome of the old gulleys. This
bhows the people that a man can
to through the county agaih after
lotne fashion..,
Mr'. Italph 0. Oarter', of West'
ninister, has opened up a litii of
generial mlerohanadiae, f'or the
present he will ooceapy the
Bhirley old stand, but siter
May 1st will be located in the new
B3rowni building I substantial sttue.
t4re to bes cotuPleted and tegg fot
5oo#paney by that date. Mr. O0e.
ter, thouigh yoing, Ig sg #ype*i
mnoot bu9iness manR We welsame
him to our town and wish bin
muoh success.
A. Young has completed hie
store house near the factory and ie
putting in a stock of goods.
J. F. Jennings has lumber and
brick on his lot for a store and
lwelling house.
Other preparations for building
ire under way. The lumber for
Eteunion School House was deliv
)red hero by rail several days ago.
Considerable talk of a brick yard
iore-a good chance for a brick
naker.
Mob. 3, '02. C
Notice to Stockholders 1
By order of the Board of Directors, a
,ioeting of the Stookholders of the Nor.
is Cotton Mills Company is hereby
aled for
MARCH, 28th, 1903,
t the President's oflicQ at Ctooeebee, 8.
.. at noon, for the purpose of voting on
io question of inoreasing ita;'cnpital from
vo hundred to two hundred and tifty
iousand dollars. The increase to be
pplied to further enlargement.
D. K. NORRIS,
President & Treasurer.
Catoechee, 8. C., Feby. 26 1903.
Tendency of the Tines.
The tendency of medical eionce is
ward preventive measures. The best
iought of the world is being given to
io subject. It is better to prevent than
cure. It has been fully domonrtrated
Sat pneumonia, one of the most danger.
its diseases that medical m-n have to
)ntend with, can be prevented by
se use of Chamberlains Cough Remedy
neumonia always results from cold or
om or from a attack of influenza
rip), and it nas been observed that
is remedy counteracts any 'endency of
cs3 diseases towards puemonia. This
s been fully proven in many thousandc
cases in which this remedy has .becn
led during the great prevalQuca.f colds
id grip in recent years, and can be,re
3d upon with implicit confidence.
neumonia oft<mu results from a slight
>ld when no danger is apprehended un
l it is suddenly discovered that there is
ver and dialculty in breathing and
uns in the chest, then it is announced
mat the patient has pneumonia. Be on
e safe side and take Chamberlain's
ough Remedy as soon as. It aiway
ires. For sale by Earle's Drug Store
d T. N. Hunter, Liberty,
J. D. HOLDER & COMPANY.
--Dealers in
REAL ESTATE.
If you desire to buy or Boll
list your property with us.
Office at Depot,
Pickens, S;. 0.
We have on.hajid, a .few
ice lot. which we will be
pleased to show prospei
tive buyers or traders.
Call on or write.
J.D. HOLDER & CO.,
Pickens, - . C.
enPIckens Dru
Drugs ! Drugs I<1'
If you Wat
~.call oil us,
useless drt
what you '
a , fonyou on
Our store i
Tablets, Pi
kinds. A
Cigars and Tobaoo
The best at
Cigars and
Spetaces.M
Don't forge
ters for fitt
25c to $7.5
Pickens Drui
GiTyour Headache Pow<
Ou-$3.5
....For I
Some men think it impossible
ut they don't know and won't knIC
nd find out. People wonder how a
che leather is as good as though ye
o are the style.
Pride &
GB,ENVIL
ofon h#id~ at prices that
buy for CASt!. Give nie' cash
tons to the amount of your' pil
iosand rtturn them to t#e a
tosive ai nice ptemium p1ese o:
-Cal1 when in Picki#s and i
*hts)#t. patifsetten 14 gpasgti
40QHN P.
FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS,
--Ot1 PIOKENS.
MASONIC.
Tho'next regular communication
of Keowoo Lodge, No. 79 A. F. M.
Saturday evoning, March 7th, at
8 o'clock. First and Third Degrees
will be conferred. All Master
Masons in good standing are oor
dially invited to attend.
W. T. McFALL, W. M.
F. E. COX, See'y.
D. A. MonG(AN, T. J. MAULDIK, I. Y. MAULDIN
MORGAN, MAULDIN & MAULDIN
Attorneys-at-Law,
Offlce over Earle's Drug Store. Of
loe always open. Busines will be given
pronit attentio*.
I have used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy for a number of years and have
no hesitancy in saying that it is the best
remedy for coughs, colds and croup I
have ever used in my family. I have
not words to exproavs my confidence in
this remedy.- MRS. J. A. Moore,
North Star, Mich. For sale by Earle's
Drug Store and T. N. Hunter, Liberty.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Pickon.
In Common Pleas Court.
W. F. Durham, 1
Pliuntiff.
against
S ummons
W. C. Soaborn, u
'T honuts M. I)urham, for
James Austin Monroe
MoDuflie Durham, Relief.
Mary Ann Peey, and
Nancy Missouri Minton.
iDefofendants. J
TO THE D.EFEN)ANTS, W. C.
Seaborn, Thomas M. Durham, James
Austin Monroe MoDufile Durham, Mary
Ann Peay and Nancy Missouri Minton:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
and required to answer the complaint in
this action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon'you, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complainton the
the subscribers at their offico, at Piokans
C. I., South Carolina within twenty.
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of suoh service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action
will apply to the Court for the relief de.
manded .in tle complaint.
Dated, Feby. 9, A. D. 1903.
{J_k,, A. J. 110G08,
SEAL O. C. P.
Morgan, Mauldin & Mauldin.
Plaiutiff't Attorneys.
To the absent defendants Thomas M.
Durham, James Austin Monroe MoDuf
Se Durham Mary Ann Peay and Nancy
Missouri Minton:
Take notice the original complaint in
this action and the original summons of
which the foregoing is a copy were fied
in. the office of the Clerk of Court of
Common Pleas on the 9th day.of Feby,
A. D.1908.
This Feby. 9, 1908,
.----... A. J. BOGGSB,
SEIAL
-Morgan, Mauldln.& Manl4in,
Plaintiff's Attorneys,
"tIW* Early RisePs
The famous little piNge.
J. N. Hallum, Ph G.
SCompany.3
it the beat and freshest Drtigs
We don't keep dead and
ge i stock. If we have not
vant in stock we will get it
short notice,
a headquarters for Writing
iper anid Envelopes of all -
lot of nice fresh candy.
noking and chewing tobaccos.
Pipes of all descriptions.
tL that we are still Head quar
ing spectacles at prices from
0.
? Company.
Iess and Cough Balsam.
to get a first-class shoe for $8.60
w any better until they come hero
ve can sell such good shoes so cheap,
ai paid more; the making is right,
Patton.
[LE, 8. C,
yv and Upto-date
Goods.
will please those who want to
trade and I will issue you cou.
rohase of Dry Goods and No.
hen you please during 1908 an4
china.
peCt my up-to-dat0 stock, whe
med or monoy vefun4ed,
JUSt Rec
2 Solid Cars of
and 1 othi
(Fresih fron 'i
Fl9ur will soon ho higher, bu
will go at tho old prices.
Great Preparatioi
for a Big
We have bought, the largsi si
Hats, and Gonts V1'iriiishingy
Laces, Enbroiderv, etc. over
Pickens'. New Cuoo!.i are 1ar
We have some raro valu"e to
Watch this saefor" (urI SP
see our line of Dry (Go Is he(t(
purchases. A lw mo110 1 rt -gaI
and Winter ('lothiing. A Jul"lI
on hand. Now is the t i mIe for
as-SEE US.
FOLGER & TI
AT THE
Park wishes you heiatth, Wishe":
ent year, and ten N1miles for - e'rV i.
with the right stuff at Ih(e righI .ir
Mens and Wonaens
20 Per Ce:it
A Few pairs of
Wool Blankets==2
C'FOR THE NEXT
Great Values in Mens and Wom
be stuck deep in the price of all IHeav
No rOom for them here. It will pay
buying Dry Goods and Shoes.
*A. K. I
P.8S. Messrs Tom Ligon and I
wait on you.
We are awa
Clad to see
--b
The best Is the cheapes~t. 1
We like to soil tho best because
This applies to all classes o
Stoves, Axes, Saws,
Cutlery, Hammer
S4hI4eH Huts, ClothIing1!, .h
Varnsi,., l)rillI
land hundlredsof other useful it
st,ock.
REME MBE R! Good good
shoddy goods. Call ini, look thr<
lines and give us your valueOd bu1
plete in every way.
W. T. lIV
...A Bargaini
Thirty Black and B1
Cutaway Coats and
each, These goods cost more thi
sizes are broken, but if your sh
got great Value ii
Nine Princo
Coats and 9
Sume tnatrials worth from *10,00
*b.bon't Miss a a
Main Stret G*
eaved
'r o follow.
as lon; as lhis lot lasts it
Ao
Spring Trade.
or! 1f ( Ihitng, Shoes,
410,-. Ir. ss (ools, Sllkm,
h,1w!) ill th1A "'StIto of
iady li.ing to arrivo.
'r whit goods.
ring~ .\d! and, by aill mIn st
to ow!: ! ou \ Sp ring;; Q
:i;s , r in <>vo,ren, ta ,
cu o ,
fr < u' iderwear
~Ciceit oiff
10i Y"
110- IFill(, '1'ho kn ifo w'il
S n . Short long' s iust go
Wu Utder Cow to w'ARM3 beforo
Dy cegntebet
ns 1-'no S hs )0?The knif wil
y, hGo?ds. Sorilois mus oe~
yo o on tok l'ls befv orn
0 Iong McKinyo will ldt
yL isbunoy o by heht
Table nd ikcket..
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