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iappclnllnga o a Local and rolai lid'are.
--o oe to Piokens August 151t
.-Either we got bad habits or thy
-Grand educItionaIl rally in Pick
otps August 15thi.
_Miss (Cora ilowenl is visiting il
Greenville this week.
-A cheiap politician is a dear in
vostment for the people.
--Gov. lloyward will b in Pick.
ens Saturday, August 15th.
--I have four nice milch cows for
sale.g. D. Holder, Pickeus, S. C.
-A 'woman regards I secret as
something that isn't worth keeping.
-Miss Bessie Bryan, of Green.
ville, visited relatives in Pickens last
-Miss Mamie Leo Gilreath, of
Greenville, is visiting Mrs. E. A.
-Dr. J. C. Walkor, dentist, will be
in his office in l'ickens August 110tu
-Always aim a little higher than
the mark- -if the mark is a dimple in
--August 15th will bo a day long
remombored by those who sponI it
-Mirs. K. L. Cureton is teaching
the Ambler school and has a good
--Some business men take theil
troubles home with them, and theii
joys down town.
--Judging from the number ol
spoiled children there must be a
great many spare rods.
-J. B. Bolding, of the Hughes
section, lost a valuablo mare Wednos.
day night of Yt week.
--Everybddy come and bring din.
ner and attend the educational rally
in Pickens August 15th.
--Miss Beatrice Thornton, of Pick.
Cus, w as in the city yesterday.
Green ville Herald, 30th ult.
-D. J. Carter and wife, of Bir.
minghaim, Ala., are on a visit to the
family of W. H. Ashmore.
--The average man is quite cer
tain he could make a fortaaio if some
one would only give him a start.
-Miss Martha Cureton lett last
welc for New York, where she goes
to finish her course in millinery.
V.. C. Carter, Liberty, has re.
ceived a complete line of buggies, hax.
ness, -,addles, whips, laprobes, etc. 1
-Ileywid, Martin, Cromer, the
Big Three, all in Pickens, and will
speak August 15th in the court house.
-Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Goldsmith
and Miss Harriet Goldsmith have
gone to Easley to -visit friends.
Greenville Daily Herald.
-M re W. A. Gresha'1d4ugh~f~
ter, .little Mar, of Atlanta, are on i
visit to the former's paruents, Mir. andl
Mrs. M. F. Hester in Pickens.
-WTatermelonsa are beginning te
come to Pickens, but thoy are very
sinall iind t he prlico as~ked( for them ii
* ~ very much out of proportioni to th(
-Married, at the residence of thu
offiiaiting iinister, 1Rev. Lemuel
~Freeman, on the 30th uilt., Mr. Cobb,
'of Georgia, to Miss Lida Chapman,
'cf M ica.
-Monday was saledoy, but thiert
'as nothing to put under the ham.
rec. A goodly crowdl took advan
tiage of the Sunday shower and camti
to) town that cday.
---W. R. Powell, of Atlanta, is ini
Pickons county, visiting his relatives,
the Bolding's and Garrett's. He
was in Pickens Monday w~ith hit
cousin, W. N. Bolding.
-N. D. Taylor, photographer, will
ho in his atU.dio, Carey building, or
'Tuord ay and Wed nesdlay, Aug. 11 th
raud 12th. Remember the date, and
cealt on him for nice wvork.
-A farmer on Long Island bhas ii
hvet with a record of 265 eggs. 01
cose be calls her "Macduff ' to. en
esurage her to "lay on." This re
maiMkable fowl is valued at $300O.
The~ Sen tin'l-Journadl appreciaites
thn hal news from jifferent sections
of the county and we sincerely thanki
our correspondenits for keeping w
pos5ted Continue the good work.
-r~Le will be a regular comui~
mntion of Keowoo Lodge, F. & A.
M., No. 79, on Saturday night, the
:8th inst. All Masons in goo'l stand
ing are cordially invited to attend.
-MAiss Lucy Feobeck, a beautiful
emd bvieale founlg lady, a matron
in the Thornwvell Orphanage, from
Olinton, tI. C., is spending a while
with Mrs. Flora Lathem in Pickens
-Give us your order for job print
ing. Our line of stationery is comn
ploto and we can do your work wit I
necatness and1( despa)ttch. Call and gel
our prices. We can save you money03
4- -Last Saturday night a lamp ox
ploded in the home of Judge R. 0
Purdy. The oil spillad on) the flooi
.and ignited but wvas puit out by om4
di his daughters who threwv a quill
over ,eI blazo before any daTmngxe waa
-An election for cotton) weighe;
in this towns~hip) will bo held on the
15th inst.. There are several canidi
4atos in the field, anid two namei
hanve been announced; that of Bradley
ield and JeffT. D. Holder.
-Rcv. L,. M. L~yda has scured th<
help of 1Rev. F. M. Jordan of North
* help him in a meeting al
- furch, near Central, com.
~xt Sunday. Everybodj
'itdd to attend.
* otracted meeting at Se
reQsing finely under. thb<
~rs of 'the pastor, Rev. J
-Much intorot i' bin
9nJ 1 everal, have unitoe
* .~ wth Te chiuroh.
. lil is. T.. 1. .kp c
. lbad (Inraig Uros,, ohitngo in a0.
h enor Hay ward speaks in
I'iekens 'August lbth.
-Just received a barrel best grado
castor oil at Pickens Drug Co.
-Mrs. 0. M. Abney is on- a visit
to her parents at St. Matthews.
- Our children are misobievous;
other's children are simply mean.
-Berkshire pigs for sale.' Ivy M,
Mauldin, Pickens, 8. C. 2w.
-Miss Bessie Ingram, of Sumter;
is visiting the family of Judge R. 0.
--Mrs. J. L. Bolt and childrentro
spending a while with relatives in
--About the only thing that comes
to the man who sits down and waits
is old age.
-Col. R;, E. Bowen, of Pickens,
was in the city yesterday.--Green.
villo Herald, 3011; ult.
-Save your. forage with the up-to
date Plano Mower and Rako. R. C.
Carter, Liberty, agent.
(800) cords good four (4) foot pine
wjod. Good price. Apply to Far.
mars' Oil Mill, Greenville, S. C. 823
--Don't fail to read ad. of Folger
& Thornloy; they offer inducements
to move their stock to keep from hav
ing to gove it into their now quar
-Mrs. J, Ollie Brook, of West
mintster, and Miss Claudia Brook.
daughter of John A. Brock, of Sen
cea, are on a visit to the family
of J. F. Brook in Pickens.
-Henry D. Hendricks and bride,
of Liberty, passed through Pickens
Monday, on their way home fiom a
visit to the parents of his wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Judge M. Welborn.
-J. 0. Hagood, of Jacksonville,
Fla., V. J. Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. McIver, and Miss Katie O'Brien,
of Charleston, Miss Hattie Bur.
rough's, of C9jumbia, and Mr. Riot,
of Anderson, are at the Ambler
-John Porter while shoeing a
horse Saturday evening, had a shoe
nail to sirike him in the eye, but
luckily it did not burt the sight. His
eye is very painful and giving him
some trouble but it will be all right
in a 1 w days.
-Tfiss Ruth, daughter of Rev. J.
C. C. Newton, D. D., of Salisbury,
Md., is on a visit to her uncl-, J. 11.
Newton and otheri'elatives in Pickens
anld Anderson counties. This young
lady when a girl, spent live years
with her father in Japan.
--The Wilmington Star asks:
"Why does a man who discontinues
his suiscription to a newspaper whon
indebted to it consider himself ab
solved from all legal and moral ob
ligation to pay the honest debt?"
Because he is a dishonest man.
-Among the small industries re
centIgstairted up in Greenville are a
"flraenider factory, broom factory and
bottling works. It takes small in
dustries to make larger ones, and
we wvould be glad to see something
of the kind started up in Pickens.
--Dr.TL. 0. Mauldin lef t Pickens
Tuesday in response to a call from
his friend, Dr. D. L. Smith, at Newry,
S. C., who will undergo a delicato
surgical operation as soon as he can
be carried to the hospital wvherc all
arrangements for such work are con
venient. Dr. Mauldin is expected to
return within a week.
-F. E. Cox, who has been for the
past two y'earsB with F'olger & Thorn
ley, has retired and is taking a wvell
earned rest. He will be greatly
missed by the scores of customers on
whom he used to wait. On Septem
bo st e will go to work for the
Pickens Railroad as general freight
agent, and he will make a good one.
-Middleton Hester, who has been
suffering for some time with a bad
foot, and who is now at Black's sani
tarium in Greenville, is rapidly im
proving. It now turns out that lhe
has neither a cancerous affection of
the bone nor blood poison, as was
first reported, and the doctor is very
hopeful of his early recovery. This
is good news to his many friends.
-The new normal scholarship in
the South C'arolina college for Piek
ens5 county has been won by, and
awarded to M r. 'T. Christie ikbinson,
jr., of Pickens, with Mr. H. WV. Gar
rison, of Easley, as alternate. Either
one of these boys, are bright, studi
ous fellows and will do honor to the
grand old county that claims them as
among her noblest sons.
-The State Board of Health has
decided to make an appeal -to the
managers of cotton mIlls to exclude
frocm their mills all - ersons who
have not been properly vaccinated.
The Board declares that a small per
centage of the mill operativy have
been vaccinated, and that the law
cannot be enforced without the co
operation of the mill managers.
-Rev. J. E. Foster, pastor-, began
a series of meeting at' Mile Creek
church on July 24th, which ran for a
week. There was a good attendance
and much Interest was manifested
through~out the entire meeting.
There were twenly additions and the
state of religion was nmuch benefitted
and strengthened. The oldest mom
b)ers say it was the best meeting ever
-Israel Ferguson, a well-known
and well-to-do negro arid a good citi
zen of this township, has had lumber
sawed and is fixing to erect a comi
modious two-story dwelling on his
farm one mile nor th of Pickens. Is
rael, biy hard work, honesty, sobriety
and strict economy, has amassed a
competency, and his extensive and
well.tilled acres are tho admiration
and envy of many. Israel Is a rarity
-he considers his place and stays In.
It; he is a devouL chureb member and
a consletnt'ebristInol, but not a poli
tiolan;iBl #ery indb .e lms
Wor uui~w ~.,aftewqp~a- nA W'.It"
Messrs. D. P. nnd J. L Valley,
who have been wortiug out western
North Carolina, are now in this couni
ty working it out for poplar and
white oak timbei.
They came to Pickens Friday even.
mng and ave made this point their
It is their intention to handle the
timber in the rough and to this end
they buy the trees as they stand, cut
them down and haul them to the
.railroad for shipment. As they ex
port this timber there is more in
shipping the log than there would be
in handling the sawed product,
They have fifteen head of stock
and run three four-horse teams and
one three-ho'so team, and are out
now scouring the county for the kind
of timLer they want. They pay a
fair price for the trees and if you
have any 800 them.
We are glad they are among us os
they may be the means of inducing
others to come.
One man, or one small onterprise
can be of untold benefit to a town,
community or county. We welcome
them and bespeak for them plenty of
A Serious Accident.
Quite a serious accident occurred
Friday afternoon in Easloy, at'the
Glenwood cotton mill, of which W.
M. Hagood is propident. His son,
Mr. 0. Bruce Hagood, a recent grad
uate of Clemson College, was at work
in the mill putting into practice some
of the knowledge he had gained in
Ctmson's technical department.
In attempting to place a belt on a
moving wheel, the belt broke and a
large buckle which held the belt to.
gether struck Mr. Hagood just above
the elbow of his left arm, breaking
his ar.m and burying itself in the
bone. The wound was necessarily a
most painful one but he bore it hero
ically aid is doing as well as could be
expected under the circumstances.
His numerous friends will look anx
iously for his speedy recovery.
In the forenoon of the same day
Mr. Frank Williams of this county,
and also a Clemson graduate, had the
misfortune to lose two fingers at the
The annual camp meeting of the
Wesleyan Alethodist charch will con
vene at Piedmont, S. C., on Wednos.
day night before the first Sunday in
August and continue until 10th of
August. Everybody cordially invited.
Ministers of all denominations are
urgently requested to attend; (your
be.d and board free.) Come and help
us if* our efforts to spread "'script.
ural holiness over these lands." A
restaurant will be njar by for the ac
commlodation of the public.
Lot tie saints evorywhere make
unceasing prayer that the "Lord of
Hosts'" may be with us, and that
scores of precious souls may be con
verted, and believers sanctilied, and
all of God's children built up and
strengthened ini their most holy faith.
L. 0. Clayton,
C. B. Smith,
L. WV. Johnson,
July 9, hd. Committee.
There wvilj be an election for the
office of Cotton Weigher for Pickens
Court .House Township, Pickens
county, 'held on the 15th day of
August, 1903, the same being thme
third Saturday in August, 1903.
Polls wAn open at 10 o'clock iu thme
forenoon and close at 5 o'clock in the
Only qualified voters of Pickens
Court House Township wvill be al
lowed to particip~ate in this election.
P. E. Alexander, WV. 8. Kirkcsey, jr.,
and J, L. T1hornle-y, jr., are hiereby
appointed managers or said elect ion.
-By order of TJown Council of the
towvn of Pickens, South Carolina.
W. T. Mc-Fall, Intendant.
J. E Psirsons. Clerk of Council.
Aug. 4, 1903w2.
Notice is heteby given that on this
dlay the partnership heretofore exist
ing betwveen L. N. Geer and WV. E,
Stevenson, by which p)artniership the
Pickeons Brick Yard has been opera.
ted since the 10th day of January,
1903, is, by virt ue of the sale of the
initerest of WV. E. Stevenson therein
to L. N. Geer, dissolved.
All debts due by the said partner
ship will be0 paid b~y La. N. Geor and
all persons indebted to the said part.
nership will please make p~romptt play
menut to L. N. Gieer.
W. E. Stevenson,
L. N. Geer-.
This July 30th, 1903.
Time Pickens county singing con
vention will meet with the Secona
church on Saturday before the second
Sunday in August at 10 o'clock a. mu.
'We hope that great interest will
be manifested in the convention and
that we will have the best meeting in
history of the convention. According
to the constitution the convention is
composed of three delegates from
each church, Sunday school and sing
ing choir in the county.
Chairman Executive Coin.
For Cotton Weigher.
Thlie many friends of F. Bradley
1Pield hereby announce him as a can
didate for Cotton Weigher for Pick
ens towniship, subject to the action of
the voters at the election on the 15th
The many friends of Jeif, D. Ld
dor announce him as a candidate for
re-election to the office of Cotton
Woligher for Pickens township, sub.
ject to the action of the votors at the
election on the 15th inst.'
The Chairman of Trustees of vari
ous School D)istrict~s throughout the
County, will meet in the Auditor's
ofice on Friday, August 14th 1903,
for the pui-pose of revising poll list
of their respective district. Please
let all Attend. R~es >ectfually,
* Jb. F. Kelih,
hb W Hendres ,had his
(Jeaest'Ig~ n,., Event'
-,OF THE SEASON
Opened att R. C. CARTER'S, Liberty, S. C., July, 1. and will conti nue
unail his eitire Stok of SUMMER GOODS are sold.
We can toll you here of but very few of the astonishing bargains. You must see them to
appreciate them. Prices will be specially reduced on all goods.' Many things will be sold ie
gardless of cost. ' Read every word and then come and see that the half has never been told.
W Look for the tickets, goods marked in plaiL. figures, that moans that the article is offered for
le less than half price.
Umbrella's heavy twill steel rod worth regular One lot of fine footwear worth $2.00 to be
75c this sale they go at 45c. sold during this special bargain sale for *1.25.
( 60 inch red Table Damask warranted best Large lot of pants, overalls, going at prices
- turkey red regularly priced at 65c per yard unheard of.
going during this sale at 24o. Alarm Clocks 65c. Eight day, half-hour strike
1000 yards calico, standard, going long as it clock for $1.95. Food choppors, crockery
lasts at 41c the yard. enamelwore, tinware. I would like to tell
15 dozen Men's Dress Shirts, regular $1.00 about my special prices. Remniember 'special
kind to go during this sale at 65c. prices will be made on every articles during this
10 doen Men's Dress Shirts, 76c kind to go sale lBest, Spern sewing machine oil warranted
dun Mns res So r ts, not to gum. good for bicycles, large bottles -
during this sale for 65c.. only 5 "Forco", Grape Nuts, the new food
My immense stock of shoes all to go in this for tired nerves., needs no cooking only 16c. It
sale at great money saving pricos- would take twice as much spnce as I have and
One lot of men's shoes regularly priced at $1.50 then I couldn't tell all. Call and 6eo me if you
to go for 95c. want bargains.
R. C. CA RT E R, LIBERTY, South Carolina.
S#R. AR:TE R.#0o; %Aw
Big Slaughter Sale
'Ne AT THEo.
Beginning Friday June 26 and Ending Saturday July 4.
. HATS, RIBBONS and SILKS. I
Are going to be sold for a song. You can't afford to miss this opportunity. This
does not mean old hard stock but everything in these lines will be included. We don't
intend to carry over anything in these departments, so be on hand and get your share.
...Ribbons Reduced About One Half... SILKS -4 SILKS.
No. 16 Taflita, sold for 15cts to close out at 8c.ThyM s
No 40 '' " " 20cts to '' " " 12c
No 00 " " e 25cts " " " '' 15ce od..
No 80 "' " " 30cts " '' '' " 13c
No 40 Satin Taflita sold for 20c to close at 10c 1Loplislktgoa .....25
No 60 " " " " 35c to " " 20c l 0ad6 etSlkt oa 7
No 80 " " " " 45c to " " 25c 1Lo.8cSltogat. ....(o
No 40 Moire, 801(1 for 25c to close out nt 18c 1
No 60 " " " 30c to '' " " 20c 10 n 12 ikt oa 0
No 80 " '' " 35c to " " " 25c -____ _______
A few pioces of No 120 Lousino Ribbon the D ntF i tose.
60 cent kind to close at 30 cents.
These are decidedly the biggest ribbon bar
Bi eucinil detplaidsrtogont. The .1.. 2G
gisTeeOffREdn you f ul ot mis Evem. puseBrchaens.
backed by our iron clad guarantee:
"Your Moneys Worth or Your Money B~ack."
Heath= Bruce= Morrow Co.
Pickens, South Carolina.
To Cure a Cold in One Day m:,.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. on every
Seven MillIon boxes sold in past l2 months. This sigilature, *9 *Z /PEbox." 25c.
At a meeting of thbe Board of Direc
ors of the Liberty ('otton Mills hiebu
ruly 21, 1903, the following resolutionsIC E S BN,
,vere adopted: Resaolved,
I. Thats the President and TreasurerOFPC NS8.C
>e instructed to caill a meeting of the
Mtockhoiders of the Liberty Cotton Mills C ~A
m the 29th (lay or August, 1008, for thme$ 5O O
>urposeoof considering thelissuing of 800PRFT,- $ 032.9
hiares of Preferred stock in the par
mlue of $100 each. DPST, - - $0,5.9
II. TIhat the Preferred stock be en
OFrdsokfra11caonto on EMK PCAT OFKE SL LONC.ARES
mhal onl be ntiteDEtPsOcIrigt,,- -$00,055.29
ilegto anmuav dividend f th permo
Iitcl Tdhat the Lberty otefere
tocks rser hve te right at any time e . 1.IAO ) 1.'.C IEJ..110,
Fvi e n yearsdbf to exchange i Pre,. 1. C'A11, 1' . INTU
'errd toc retr th lefmount ok Cor.
nontc, an pnecag theyhlesof1rfr
ehalstony the fenitle tuh rightsit
myrUvileges andli dividend h oo
NIill resee ohf liridtio at any time, _____________er_____
Lme tortretePeerec o
myepartmmheresfca thet Diretosy el
Preerd stock haoe vaid thn reol, with
ill unpaid cumulative dividends tooI
laeof such paymnt.i aetoCmo
V atthe Preferrel stock shall hav1pefrec
>her Commion stock hti osy h
Prfere shtoech shold e onfl wth
beorepany shalmeentitlmade to uCriemonM ST G
VThtePreferred stockhal beeten~ uretr tc
Jile P. mthe esin prlees, ofers
VI . Tham Sea tcler.fh
j8w. for hwsCut rShoeshat GO -ai QssueCo
xLI.egtWe~qtI~aan ~Intey re s. onTime aDepokit oru aagen t
Liberallreatlen to allit's Cutomers.
d i 0 1),i\is iAu). . 1t 'TER
"Mill End SaleB" ad
but they are not "in It" t
"Knock Down", "Drag Out" Clearanco Sal
MONTH OF AUGUST*..
Big lot of Dry Goods, Clothipg, Shoes, Hats and Gen
ishing Goods to go at and anid below New York cost. .Over 8
Of mens an(I boys pants all sizes and colors to go at prices neve -Abc
foro heard of in the State of Pickens.
Big lot of Clothing, come and select your suit -name the. Or 30
and take it.
This is no fairy tale but plain facts we are talking. We w a
rather have cost for every suit in the house than to the time k' dA
trouble to move and rearrange them in our new store.
We hopo to be in our new :iuartors by Sept. .1, and we oon "
plate buying the largest stock of General Morobandise, confsetjtg ,f
Clothing, Dry Goode, Shoes, Hats, Cents Furuishings, Groceries,] Har+.
G-uiture, Biuggies and Wagons ever brought to this part of the con
try. We will convert our old store into a wpgon and Buggy l
Furniture Depository and by Sept 15th we will be prepared to shov
you a complete and well selected stock. Have just ordered a V
Mitchell & Lewis wagons which are the best on the market.
Remember: For the next 30 days we will offer some of
greatest burgnins ever offered in Pickens.
Folger & Thornley
Clothin:, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishing
J. L. Bolt, M. D. J. N. H1allum, Ph. 0.
Pickens Drug Company.
This space is in mourning this
week for the fruit that is spoiling
for the want of our
A 15 cent package will preserve
40 pounds. What better could
you ask ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Pickens Drug Co
is extended to the trading public to call and see the
line of goods I carry. If either the goods or the pri..
ces don't suit you don't have to buy ! ! I I I I
I want your prodluce, eggs. chickens, etc., and will - pay
the highest market prices for same, either in cash or
trade-Give me a trial and you will never regret it..
Yours for trade,
John F. Harris.
SPECIAL: The best parched and green coffees I can buy.
For The Past Few Weeka
Our store rooms have had somewhat the appearance
of this:- -
.0 J A A
Everything topsy, turvy, upside down, mixed up, a regular
tear down, change about, remodel. Making more room--bet.
~ROON FOR NORE DU5IEJJ""
and whilo at this wo found a lot of useful articles that we don't
particularly need and wvhich you can have powerful cheap.
We have nowv about completed all this dlusty work ar~d will .be
glad to have all our frienids call in and see us-but doni't all
como at once.
You and Your Folks Come TO-DAY ,
Your Neighbor and his Folks TOMORROW.
Bargains on all the shelves. Te'll thoem about it.
ANYTHING I EVERYTHING I No trouble now to find
what You wvant.
Now crop of turnip seed just in--Don't neglect the turnip
patch. Yours truly,
W. T. McFALL.
We are going to sell every piece of 10 differ
ent decorations in Porcelain and Semi-porcelain
DInner sets at 25 percent below the present
p)rice. WVe have arranged these goods upon
one of our sam ple counters, and want you to
come and see thiem.
Here Are Some Prices....s
Turkey Dish, large sizio, Bluo decorated, for 75c worth $1.00.
Covered Steakc Dishi, " " for 50c " 650
Six Dinner Plates " " for 55c " 75
TIea Pots, Green Decorated, for 700c " 00e
Soupj TIureens " " for 75ce " 1,00
Milk Pitchers, Bllue " for 85c ' 45o
Afthese goods are English miake, and you
cannot get them anywhere else.
We are selling fruit jars and jelly tumblers
in lots of 3 doz. at Jobbers Prices. Get your.
neighbor to buy with you and save money.
All goods under these prices for CASH :;
Come and we. ill treat you right