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a . Ritby, wit f the
.'1y B ed .iEbinight
opr in ett, street after a
attack paralysai. She -as
91d. 1
lCe-eceasedi was a woman of a
P, nobl4 obaricter, and high moral
tpeiples, loved and esteemed by
Po who knew her. She was i
mber of the Second Presbyterian
arob, her husband for a number of
rs being an active pastor .in the
esbyteriau denominaition'.
Besides a husband, the ibflowing
Ildren survive: Mrs. R. S. Brown,
B. Riley and Misses Faunie and
Ia Riley, all of this city. They
yo the sincere sympathy of a host
friends in Greenville and in Piok
s, their former homo.
It has not yet been decided when
a, funerald services will be held. The
ternient will take place in Spring.
ood comotory.-Greenville News,
Let instant.
Children's Day.
Children's Day was observed last
Linday by the Sunday school at
ethol church, Pickens circuit. The
)ngregation Nag too large for the
3ating capacity of the church. The
Kercises in the morning were devo
3d to Foreign- and Domestic Mis
ions. Rev. 0. L. McCain and J. I1.
Lttaway addressed the audience on
lissions, also Mr. Aiken, of Antioch
n same subject.
After a bountiful and excellent din
or the children's exercises began
y reciting several very appropriato
ices. This was preceded by the
uporintondent of Bethel Sdaday
chool, Mr. Attaway and the congre.
ration by reading alternately, selec.
ed verses of scripture. Mr. Aber.
romnbie, 82 years old, made a talk,
ased upon his experience in life.
L'ho choir led by Mr. Duff Bowling
urnished splendid music.
The occasion was pleasant and
>rofitable. The second Sunday in
ruly will be Children's Day at Now
Iopo.
Card of Thanks.
-We, the undersigned old soldiers
f the Confederate army, for our
olves and in behalf of Camp Garvin,
nd all the old soldiers participating,
esire, thus publicly, to show our ap
WOciation to the Daughters 9f the
konfederacy, and the citizo; gea,
ral of Pickens an*Itty, for their
boughtJkiff'ness and hospitality
ten the 3d of June, 1903, and
>r all the courtesios shown the old
old iers on that day. We hope that.
boy may be always as successful in
11 of their undertakings and may
lod's richest blessings crown their
fforts.
Again thanking them, one and all,
or their thoughtful kindnoss and
loping the Great Captain of the Uni
rerso will permit us to live to enjoy
nany moure such days at their hands,
,ve arc Respectfully,
David C. Tompkins,
WV. L. Morgan,
W. N. Bolding.
Founded on a Hock.
If you toot your little tooter and
thon lay aside your horn, there's not
1 sout in ton short days will know
hlat von wore born. The man who
~athers p~umpkins is the mnau who
lows all day, and the man who
teOps) it humping is the one who
nakes it pay. The man wvho edver
,ises with a short, a sudden jerk, is
bho one who blames the editor be
aanse it doesn't work. They who ge t
the businesi take a long and steady
pull and keep the local paper from
year to year quite full. He plans his
advertisoments in a careful, thought
ful way and keeps forever at it until
ho makes it pay. He has faith in all
the future can withstand a sudden
shock, and like the man of Scripture,
has his business founded on a rock.
Ambler N~ews.
The health of this viciniity is gener
ally good.
Most of the farmers are done thin
ning cotton and the growing crops
are the smallest we have seen for the
time of y'ear.
Noah's ark has beeon at Pumpkin
town the past week and if is said that
it will float up the Oolenoy this week.
S. F. Ed ens is the champion crow
killor. lHe has killed 14 in the past
two weoeks.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lynch visited
the latter's parents, Mr. A. K. Edens
Sunday.
We think it would -be wise for the
County Commissioners to have fords
made on the small streams instead of
bridlges. The cost would be munh
less and a great saving to the county.
As one has well said: ."An ounce of
preventative is worth a pound of
oure. J. D. 8.
Olemient Dots.
A. A. Simmons, of the Monaghan
Mills, was laid to rest in the Mt.
UDarmol cemetery Sunday. Our gift
od young preacher, Arthur Christo.
phier, conducted the funeral service,
assisted by the venerable Father
Looper, wvho made one of the most
tender and touching appeals to the
large assembly to be prepared for
death that we have hoard in a long
time.
Uncle Billie Smith, as everybody
calls him, though getting quite feeble
is still able to attend church and Suc
day school.
The farmers of this section are
wvorking with a determination to keep
their craps clean, and hoping to have
favorable weather that will bring onit
the late cotton and other crops.
We have not had the washinig rains
in this section that othbers have had.
This scribe went down, just after
the freal-et, to -Farr's old mill, now
owned and managed by the hustling
young farmor and merchant, Ed.
Means. His miller, uncle Billie Spen.
cer, was somewhat in the mud, but
was working like a beaver to get his
mill started, The water was high
enloogh to run a small bout into the
mill house.
On our ret~urn we stopped at 0. P.
Jones, one of the best farmers ot our
seetton. He.has a very fine garden
and some BerdhIre shoats that are
hlaid to beat.. .ie has a good houe
cad ovei-ythlbg has the appearanee of
bhrift an d energy.
AlIss Q!1 Williatus, who has seen
sfo# 3 v r, bett Dr
.,*y
Gray?
'My hair. was falling out and
turning gray very fatt. But your
Hair Vigor stopped the falling-crnd
restored the natural color."-Mrs.
E. Z. Benomme, Cohoes, N. Y.
It's Impossible for you
not to look old, 'twth the
color of seventy years in
your hair1 - Perhaps you
are seventy and you like
your gray'hairl If not,
I use Ayer's Hair Vigor.
In-less than a month your
gray hair will have all the
dark, rich color of youth..
1.00 a botlle. All druggists.
It your drugglst cannot suply you,
sond us ono doniar said wo will express
you a bottle. le sure and ivo tho namo
of your ncarest e r le. Addr ess,
J. CA1VI~ltW. Lowell, Mlass.
NOTICE.
ITATE 01 SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Pickens.
Court of Common Pleas.
Pickens County Farmer's Alliance Ware
house Company, a Corporation duly
chartered by law.
Plaintifi.
AGAINST
. W. Folger, J. A. Robinson, et. al.,
Defendants.
Pursuant to an order made by Hon.
R. 0. Purdy, in the above stated case,
lated March 19th, 1903, all Stockhold
)re in the Pickens County Farmer's Al
liance Warehouse Company, must ap
pear before me, as "Special Referee,"
ind prove said stock on or by the 15th
lay of August, 1903, or be barred from
iarticipating in the proceeds arising
rom the salo of property described in
he complaint,
A. J. BOGS.
Ju25w2. Special Referee.
Figkgnu Raih'oa Company.
TIME TA ILE NO. 2
Supersedes Time Table No. 1.
Effective 12:01 A. Ml., Feb. 1st, 1901.
Readown. Rad UJR
~ o. 12. No. 10. STlTo-NS.- No. - 'No. 9.
Mixed. Mixed. Mixed. Mixed.
4:00 pm 10:40 am lv. Pickens ar.2:55pm 0:45 pm
4:05i pm 10:45 an Vorguson 2:45pm 0:30 pm
4:15 pm 10:55 am *1arson's 2:30pm 0:15 pin
4:20 pm 11:00 am *Arinil's 2:25pm 0:10 pm
4:25 pm 11:05 am lauldin 2:20pm 6:05 pin
4:40 pm 11:14 a n ar. Easley lv. 2;l5p mu 0: 15pim
*10"tig Stations.
All trains daily except Sunday.
No. 10 connects with Southern Railway No. 33.
No. 9 connects with Southern Railway No. 12
No. 12 connects with Southern Railway No 11.
No. 11 connects with Southern aillway No. 31
IV'For any information apply to
J. T. TAYLOR, Gen. Manager.
For Bicycles 1.
-AND
SBicycle Matorlal of all kinds,
Fine Cigars & Tobaccos,
Can Goods, Sugar, Coffee,
SMauhine Needles,
and mnany other things too
tedious to mention .. ,.
SBicycle Repairing Carefully Done.
All at the lowest Cash Price.
Call on
westEnd. CENTtA L, S..
Trespass Notice.
Under penaity of the law, all persoms
are hereby given notice that we prohibil
entry on our land for hunting, fishing itc
our streams, digging roots, or for any
other purpose; also they aro forbidder:
to start or set out fires, or to range ci
graze any live stook thereon, or to com
mit any waste or injury to the timber.
BENEDICT-LOVE COMPANY.
SOUTHERN LUMBER COMPANY
Land For Bale.
In less than one-half mile of th<
corporate limits of the town of Pick
ens; on which is a fine water powei
on Town Creek. Fine grove aroun(
shoal and silty or eighty acres of fin<
farming land. Pumpkintown, Peter'i
Creek, Eastatoc and Greenville roadi
crosses on head of shoal. Easy o
access, B. Holder,
12tf. Pickens, 8. C.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm is an anti
septic liniment, andl when applied t<
cuts, bruises and burns, causes them t<
heal without maturation and much
more quekly than by the usual treat.
ment. For sale by Dr. o. W. Errie
Pickens, and Dit. R. F. Smith, Eask y,
W. T. MeFALL,
President.
* PICKEN:
OF PICKI
CAPITAL, -
PROFITS, -
DEPOSITS,
Interest paid on time Dep<
Liberal Treatment
WE MAKE A SPECIAI/TY OF
et-DRE3
J. E. H AGOOD, .J. P. CA
w. Mi. hiAGOOD , wV. '
Hi. A. IICIEY, .
J. L, Bolt, M. D.
Pickens Dru
For that cold in the head
"GRIP a
Our Diarrhpea Mixture C
~If you have dandruff or y
Quinine Hair Tonic s0c.
Apother lot of "NUNNA
heB$Pa'er pt~on fot
4cte, it IN sio ply ton and I
a ftelr orn.m' No oute-,.jhoipsy.. 0
If so call on J. D. MOORE
and and got a 10 pound Caddy
Old Reliable,' $2.95 per box.
Brown's Mule, $3. 10 per box.
Hatchot, $3,60 pbr box.
Schnapps, $390 per box.
Red Elephaut, $3.50 per box,
Cuba Free, $3.40 per box.
Blind Tom, $340 per box.
Other goods at * qually as low
prices-, Cand.dy 15 a box.
W Bring me your produce,'
J. D. MOORE,
S VATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
County of Piokens.
In Common Pleas Court.
SOMMONS FO, RELIEF.
Complaint not Served.
M, F. Hester, Plaintiff,
against
T. Clingman Powell, Catherine
Powell, Mary A. Alexander, Jo
'epli 'Powell. William Powell,
Hampton Aiken, Mary Aiken,
Leathio Aiken, Conley Aiken,
MaIrtha A ikon,Eplri.i in Powell,
Calvin Powell, Piek Allison
Powell, Omie Powell, Licony
Powell and Emiline Andorson,
Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS, above
named:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONEI
ind required to answer bho 0)mplaint it
this action, which is,llod inthe office o
Olork of Court of Pickene county and ti
403 vo a copy of your answer to said com
plaint on thethe subscribers at their offile
1t Pickens, C. 11., S. 0. within twent3
lays after the service heroof, exelusiv
-)f the day of such service; and if yet
fail to answer the complaint within th
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this actiol
vill apply to the Couit for the relief de
nanded in the complaint.
Dated Apr. 1, A. D. 1903.
I A. J. BOGGS,
SEAL C. C. P.
Morgan, Mauldin & Mauldin.
Plaintiff's Attornoy
To Ommi Powell and .Marthri Aike
minors over the .ges of' fourteen (14
years defendout: Take notice that unles
yon,prou'ofor yourselves the appoint
mont of a guardian nd litem to ropresen
you in this action within twenty (20
days after service of this summons upol
you, the plaiutiff will apply to the cor
to have such gunrdian ad litem appoint
ed.
Morgan .Mauldin & Maildin,
Plaintiffs Attorneys.
April, 1 A. D. 1903.
To Joseph Powell and William Pow
ell, and Emiline Anderson absent de
fendants:- Take notice that th
complaint- and the summons c
which the foregoing is a copy were file
in the office of the Clerk of Court, Pici
ens county on the 1 day of April 1 A. D
1903,
Morgan, Mauldin & Mauldin,
Plainitiff's Attorneyi
Apr. 1, A. D. 1903.
5. A. 3tO0 RGAN. T. .J. 3 A Ui.I)IN(. IVY 3M. SIA ULDI
MOR)lGAN. M'AULIlN & MAUI.LDIN,
PICK iGNS, S. O.
P'raettee iinil the conirtst. Prompt attentic
giveon to aill business. Oltee always openj
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTDA
CHJARL1.STON. S. C.
Letters, Science. Engineering. Oz
Scholarrhip to each County of Soul
Carolina. Entrance examinations he
at Pickens by County Superintendent
Education and Probate Judge on Ju
10. Tuition $40. Board and furnish
room in Dormitory, $t0 per month. A
candidates for attmission are permitte
to compete for Boyce Scholarship
which pay $100 a year. For catalogu
address HARRISON RANDOLeJI,
jul8td. ' Predident.
CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH
PENNYROYAL PILU
E rolinbe Lia as1 Drug stft
Go1 m etallic boxes, Realeti with blue rlbboz
(ik nul att. i n it louise. Ilu o y r l ruggls
no iila n1. ', si1u4 fr larie alnas , ati
by ut Ian : lasg. 10,000 Tiestuimonials. Sold bi
COfoHESTER OREMIOAL 00.
9lOO Sladison Nquaire, P'IEILA., IA
Menton this oaae..
J. Mel). BRUCE,
Cashier.
S BANK,.o
ENS, S. C.
- $ 20,500.00.
- $ 10,312.09.
- $100,055.29.
>sits. Qaref~l Management,
to all It's Cuit omers.
8MALL LO kTO FARMERS.
TORSne
(EY, J. HOG
J. NHl , P.G.
g Cornpjanyt
try our
4ASULES"
*-THEY/KURE.
u~res. Try it. /
ur hair falls ottry our
LT$' CA ES" just
ae WO ex a minn UPti Otis.
vcttp soliwarehi ps IN Wint ii
'ndfqr the admi so -
B Wil1 0, held ,
Conuir House o6. )Vridtay, Ju y ,
ut 0. mi.
Applicants pust not-be less than
t fteen years of .ago.
When sclarships areO -vacated
ifter July 10th, they will be awarded
o thlose making the highest averago
t this examination.
The nlext sess4ion will opeli about
'36eytmber 10, 1908.
Fur furlher infurmation and a cat.
dIogue address Prosidnot D. B.-John.
on1, Rok Hill, 8. .
m28td.
Ealey's - Jeweler
Always Wad to See You.
Have a complete Hie of Jew- )N
elry at very close pices. /
JtiA recei ved i lot of Rogers A
Silver Kntives and Forks. . .
Repalring of Watches, Clo%9
and anything in the Jewelry
Lino prom ptly done and guar- ?
anteed.
Call on ine at Cllaham K
Clothing Co., next door to /
drug store.
Harvey Snider. M
rhis sigunturo Is on every box of tho gonuino
Laxative Bbromo-ininc -rabIets
, ho lIJUtedI - t!. **dzm 'tO4ii
her.me - - - '' 'amdy
YOU'VE BEE
TRY-A
ALL OF 'EM S
t 0 SHOE N
* $2.00, $2
Pride &
UP-TO-DATE
GREE\NV
*enroeeeees
The Oldest Dry Goo
The Original West
I can supply all of your wvan
D Iry Goods, Nc
My house is full of new S
bought at the lowest Markel
cheaip as good reliable good
sible to tell you intelligently
advertisement, but if you wi
h give us pleasure to show y0
d lowest price that such good:
in ladies goods from a chea
d White Goods are very stroni
S strong line of Men's and WV
s, suit all-High Cuts, Low C
1 Shoes. It will cost you not
Some people say they -save t
buying. Polite attention gi
A. K. I
11eaI Estati
BUY YOU
STOP PAl
One 5 room house, Lot 70x21I
Two 4 room houses, Lot 70x210
Two nicely shaded lots, 100x200
One Farm-comprisintg seventy
cuhiivation and only 1.4 ilos fr<
$14.00 per acre. 147 acres on
two cotton mille. 75 acrea in cu]
The wood alone on this plaice wo:
one will be ahead of you.
130 acre farm near Six Mile clh
heart timber; 60 acres in cultivati]
For further information call c
J. D. HOLDEI
RtEAL ESTA'
O111ce at Depot.
IBlacksmith ia
IL. C. HIUNTERt'S OLI
IHas opened a first class r
ialty of scientifie HORISE
iron and Brass.
Plokene, South Carolina.
Our r'- Y.a ainnQ
(Jil
SUPI,
Il VIee a s
N THINKING,
IASHIING GOOD
'ALUES,-e
.50, $3.00.,
; lPatton.
SHOE HOUSE,
S. C.
tions and Shes
prngad ume oos
- reaund illo besold a
uPwattoav n.ie h
>i lawn tafinGeenil.M
g. en'sDesShrs
lons ndrer Shoest
:utsgFane Sumer oodsea
iingdtclook at y goods. i
ne b slooking yhbeor
gRMen's rcsLShrt. A.
omens Uclcre. Sost
Rus FinOE SheadCha
oney bylonghres-be-haoe
tivrato,12aredod.otm ad
:t hE moe. oe uckodsm
fect, 2-stoy dwlig 6 ce ood
on; plety o lf in tem 12
m Picos, picke s, 4.0.
roL Rhepairy Somp.uorsm
TANDc, 2 Lr ibertyn, S. ac. gn
on let2ay of unng908rats $25oclc
George'sCree k .Hom o.ld
Ipanrsho and maeais a ec
77
OR young men and all
nobby dressers-made on
entirely'diffe'rent lines from the
ordinary ready-to-wear suits
because it is distinctive in cut
and appearance.
To wear one. means to be
properly clothed; 'tis said "'The
clothes make the Man," but
we sell the "clothes that make
man.
4IRI EENVILLE,
Mouth C~arolisna.
e - - -_ _ _ _
Do You.
Questiion
If so conie to SEE US
We haye the Answer.
China at a Sacrifice.
STOVES and RANGES, We make Specialty of them.
FRUIT JARS; JELLY GLASSES; Etc.
Summer Saving is Winter Pleasure.
The BEST APPLE and PEACH PARERS ever sold
in Easley. Save Fruit.
: : : 1: PAINT, OIL; 1\'ETAL VORK.
We Come to see us to save money.
W. H. Pickens' So.
Whaebonght the largest and~ most complct
c nds thsFall thtwehv ever carr e.~d, wiiI , a . . , a
inNwGoods and Low Pr-ices. Weinteacoprsnwhayhus
mn South Carolina in Siyles, Quality, Quonnl ity3n rie e ent
lead th procession this F'all anid will niot be iudersold by3 anybody. It
will be easy for you 1o buy ut, Richecy's when yon stop anid examino the
pretty goods and get the pr-ices, and it certainly will pay you. A dollar
savedl is a dollar made. D~o yopr- trading at Rie'-'
Wer can show you exceptional values m, Dresa Go
all Grades and Prices. Beant ifuil Waist FlanneL
elegant lune of Dresses and Trimmings--special
'HOEJS : I-Ioms :
Weo mak~o a specially ofI our Slhoe Departmnor.. ,. U Se t-..em mI 41n
grades for Ladies, M~en- and Children. -The bes'. muakes from t~h leading
Ilactories in Ameriica. 13113 your Shoes from us and you will b pleased.
We guar-antece satisfaction.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT COM PLETE
Good Calicoes. Good Outhings, Goodl Red Flannel, best rdswiee
White Hlomcsp~un, host Oanton Flanel, best Checked Hlomespun
No matter w hat prices are quoted y-ou we will sell you for I -.
H. A.1RTOW'
kiirTHE CHEAPEST STORE IN PICKENS.'
FOR TH-E
NEXT THIRTY DAYS
For Cut Pr ices to suit tihe Dull Season on
GLASS \ CROCKERY-WA
TIN-WARE, JEWELRY
A Full line of
Cannied Goods, Pickles, Oat Tp'
Cakes, Candies, Fruits, Nut< . a,
Molasses. eThe Best C1 onf
Used and recommended by all the Stock anid Poultry raiser.
Affipt Liqiid Shoe polish.
Country ProdIuce
in Exchange for
MRS. K.L1 CURETON
WIIlg P4eseg
Sterling Silver LIH
Steili
Cut Glass,- Art P
No
Diamonds, W

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