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il~~Ifas~I aLocal lM Personal, Nature.
does it take to run a good
- A , touse will do fur a girl
-We have some doubts about the
man who is always boasting of his
--All-tho Pickensites .who have
been suffering with grippe are im-.
-You can't always hold a girl re
sponible for being held in her sweet
-A bapy ma rriage is the usual
result when love is adulterated with
a little common sense.
-iT. L. Bivins has moved aid is
now pleasantly domic iled in his new
home on Cedar liock street.
-Major J. M. Stowart is confined
to his bed with grippo. It is to bo
hoped he will soon be out again.
--Miss Maudo Ashnoro of Atmnta,
is at home on a visit to hunpufolks.
er mother Mrs W. H. A.shmorc, is
Dr. J. L. Bolt ii confined to his
ro having been indisposed for
say EIys. His many friends hope
be on be out again.
good thing for this old
woid that the people who growl
about the weather do not have the
making of it.
Prof. W. E. Dendy is quite indis
posed, being conqned to his room for
several days. Hiriends hope he
will soon be out agh1p.
SSmoko a lass and look for the
big spot ou the sun. It is very
large, but it does not portend dire
disasters, nor a failure of heat.
-If the ground hog omained out
side his holo lie will doubtless begin
to feel that he made a slighLt mistuke
about the winter's back Leing broken.
-The Southern Railway has been
hard hit for the past ton days. It
has averaged a wreck a day; but for
tunately the casualties have been
, who has been
is now contined
* *..any friends hope
--Ther~e was a worked table .cover
*taken froni the Pickens train a short
time ago which belongs to Mrs. B.
B. LaBoon; she asks the one wvho got
it to please send it to her.
---A young woman in Darlington
got mnarrie~d in aL magistrate's office
on *Wednesday, and while going
fraom Lhe buggy foil on the ice and
broke her arm in twvo places.
-Now is the limo to subscribe for
a good pipor-, and c d11 it your owvn
and niot have to borrow one from
your neighbor. HeI don't say any
think bnt like, the owl thinks a whole
-Of grippes and cohds both Low ni
and country are very sick and the
weather has been the most unfavora
b~le for any lessening of the spread
and the force of these distressing
-The city of Gaiifney has had two
months' of prohibitionl, and the citi
zens arepnuch pleased at present con
ditiona. It would be hard to mud1~er
a corporal's guard to voteo the dispeni
sary back there.
--Though we have a large acreage
aown in grain the season has been
n.ml for its growvth and both
get if you are bhmo na i . :.
scription. All who owe for it behind
January 1905 will be cut, so do not
blame anyone but yourself if you fail
to get the paper next week.
* -Dougan & SThcftall, of S-avannahI,
Ga., have bought the White Stone
Springs, in Spartanburug Coun ty,
from Jas. T. Harris. TIho price was
$150-000. The p)1Iurchaser pr-opose
to make it a summer and winter re
-Our collections are g)od, for
w'alch) we are thankful. Of all those
who have boen cut off, fully one half
hiave alreadly come back and a groa t
big lot of now subscriptions have
-come in. Interest in the contest is
T -'ho (ureton stock of goods
which were b~oughat by .3. T. Fennell
andi Co., is being sold rapidly, at and
below cost. This is a nice line of
goods and any one wanting anything
* in this stock should call before it
'C, bas been too closly iciked over.
O-nOdence in yourself is half the
battle of life- -and fooling people is
the other. half.
-We are glad February is a short
month-if the weather is to continue
like it has thus far.
-It makes a womav pretty mad to
think she can't out down her weight
the way she does her age.
-Mrs. Bessie Roark has started
a class in shorthand and she asks all
who desire to jin to do so at once.
-John M. Geer, president of the
Easley cotton mill spent last Mon.
day in the city.--Anderson Intelli
--Once upon a. timo opportunity 4
f:,iled to knock at a wise muan's door.
uat ho advertised for lier and she
eae Und stayed.
-.:itrercial fortilizers are not
being marketed this year as it was
last year. The low price of cotton is
no doubt the cause.
-But fine forthers do make fine
birds, despite the old prdverb, But
fine feathers do not always make
good or usoful birds.
-The low price of cotton, the re
duction of tho acreage and the use
of fertilizirs for this year's cotton I
crop is the almost absorbing topic of
conversation tiii-e days.
--The Anderson Methodist Chmt ch
has furnished four missionaries to
the foreign field. The Anderson
churhes now support four mission
aries in the foreign field. Can any
other community show a better re
cord for sowing seedt -Florence
-Mr. Italph Carter, of thWe'0wrtv.
Hard ware Co. is now a citizen of Wal
halli. His family is occupying W.
L. Vorner's beantiful residence on
Faculty Hill, recentli vacated by Mr,
0. L. Farw.>od and family. We wel.
come thei as citizens and neighbors.
-I. N. Earlo died near Liberty
last Friday night from the effects of
Grippe. He was buried on Sunday
following in the Pickens cemetery.
Rev. B. Holder officiated in the
burial ceremonies. Mr. Earle was
71 years old. A good peaceab le citi
zen and a member of tile Baptist
-We- have noticedi most of the
stock from the country that is driven
or rode into town is in good condition
and we seldom see a por horse or
mule. This speaks well for the far
mers, for the care and condition of
stock and cattle is a good index to
the character and prosperity of tihe
-R B. Byars has "filled a long
felt want" in Pl'ikens, and by so do
ing he is helping that "hnngry feel.
ing" each day. He put in a canning
outfit last year on his farm near* Eis
icy Mountain, and the people of this
vicinity are eating some mi hty nice
string beans, tomatoes and peaches.
HeI will enlarge the plani this season.
He ought to move it to Pickens.
-Speaker Smith, of the House in
Columnbia, has appointed Messrs. B.
A. Morgan of Greenville, Geo, E.
Prince of Anderson ands T1. B. Fra.
zier of Sumter as tihe special commit
tce to sit during the recess and r~e
port to the next session of tihe legis.
lature what ebanges would be0 neces
sarp in the constitution to put bien
nial sessiousi into effect.
-The Greenville News of the 8th
inst. says: "Mrs. Effie Andrea, wife
of J. M. Andrea, died at her home
near Sandy Flat yesterday, after
oeveral months illness. Mrs. Andrea
'lihr'r of .' latthias Richard
-- A strong polition
stood is being circulal
Cyllege, for tihe remloV
penisary at Pendleton
sary wvas destroyed by
ago and the inspectors
deavoring to straightet
counts. It is said by
that the students secu
beer from this dispen
its removal is desired.
wvho bought the (lap 1.
Mr. T. D). Harris, has
with his goods and che
been making wonde.
meonts en thle hplace a
gang of carpentors at
him a nico residence. '
ing up and improvin,
ditching and terracing
fixing to-have a fine fa:
THE Largest and most magnificent stock of Furniture in
upper South Carolina can be found on our floors and we
bought these goods for CASH and have put K 0 C K-0 U T
prices on them. . Below we givethe quality and price of some
of our goods.
100-3.50 Beds, live feet higli for $3.00.
125-6.00 Beds, six " " " 4.75.
50-8.00 roll ft. 6 1-2 feet high, for 5.75.
100-10.00 Oak Dressers, large glass, 8.50.
150-9.00 Oak Diressers, medir i glass, 7.00.
125-3.5d Washstands for - - - - 2.75.
A BEAUTIFUL SUIT FO1 $14.50.
The best No. 7 Stove on earth for $10.50. 28 pie ces
A large No. 8 Stove, 28 pieces, $15.00.
In fact we have nearly everything that goes into tie house.
M4.etts & JaGreenville,
aVMetts So. Car.
PRICES AND TH NCEm'G'S.
Whisk Brooms 15 cents.
Clothes Brushes 25 Cents. Combs 5 cents.
Combs up to $i.oo. -lair Brushes 25 cents.
Hair Brushes up to $1-50.
Talcum Powder, Letlows, 10 cents.
Talcum Powder up to 25 cents.
* Euthynol Powder, best inadc, 25 cents.
Swan's Down Face Powder 25 cents.
Gossoner Face Powder 25 cents.
Pencils i cent. Pencils up to 1o cents.
Legal Cap Paper, the quire, 10 cents.
Fools Cap Paper, the quire, 15 cents.
Pratt's Stock Food, in buckets, 85 cents.
Quinine Hair Tonic, 25 cents.
Quinine Hair Tonic 50.
V romatic Cod Liver Oil, a splendid tonic, 75c.
. Pips 5i ens Pipes u1p to $5.50.
0 Tooth Brushes 5c. "Tooth Brushes up to Soc.
-Tooth Powders 1 5c. Too')m la; 25C.
Tooth Paste 25 cents.
* . Family Syringes, a good one, 50 cents.
Nunnally's Candies, the kind to give your
girl, the pound, 6o cents.
When your system or your buggy needs Cas
tor Oil, see us; 10 and 20 cents a pint.
PICKE NS DRUG C O.
Cabbage Plants and Sea Island Cotton Seed.
Cabbage Planits for .sale, intl no0w renttly for delivery. "IHrIy Jersey Wakefield" and "Char
testoni Large Type Wakefield,'" two earliest siiarl'headl vnt-ietlli: anti h~eadl hi rotati on it s ined
"Succession," "Augusta Trucker" and "S),ort Stema Flat nutch,' tihe three b~est ilat-head vari
ethes aint head it, rotation as tuanmed. P'ries: _Sitgle thuousandt, $1 .50; 5,000t~ aind over $1.25 per
l,000; l0,000) andl ov'er, $1 per 1000. Te'rius: Cash withI oruter: or juaits senit C. 0. D., purtehaser
paying return chiarges (in inley. Onur plant beds~ o'en py 35~ nieres itn South Carolina Seiu C'on-t,
initO we titulersitntl growing themt in1 then open ir; touagh atti hatr; thicy will situnt severe coldi
withouit injuary. lanutts crated for ilpinetit weigh :(0 Ib:<. per 1000 nti we hlave spehitl low rtttes
or ptromtnh rtaspiOtation by Sothenlicr xpress Co. I knoitw of (ttheri llints .you: cnan chitIeapher
ia mnine. I sell gooti idanits. No ebenpcutt'it rate" plantts thililted fromt my fartat. I guaanttee
those thatt I ship to be trute to type alid 11tune, andi grown from lIight gradle sttis purchat sect froin
two of thne ltnot rel ialite jeetd ltiouses int the United staites. I will refit td putrchaise gtt-l('e to aly
dlissittisied etistoiner at endl of season
Our Cotton, See'd. Lint otf outr ILotg Staple v'ariety of SICA ISL~AN D) CJO'i"PON sohl thils year in
Charleston tn Diecemiber:2, aL 3:2e. her potui. Secti $1.'i5 per bu. ; lots of 1o 1)1u. anaid over -fi pe(r
Nuly slet'thiy: Promp~t shtipinent, Tlrue varieties, ati ttatisfledt Customnet. I htave been int the
lhant btriaiiess for' |d yettt. N
Wmn. C. GERAT'Y, "'ii" AIIA, l'A'i'hisiA41N'" Yuings Island, S. C.
A Beautiful Home Wedding.NtieoFiaStlme.
At the residence of Rev. WV. C. IWl tpt o..1.Nwoy i~
Seaborn, on last Thursdtay 16th, a 6htu fMrl,195 o tlt ist
largc p)arty of neighbors and~ fr'ienids ttti~i fteeuut ' ~zuo rw
gathered to w it ness the marriage of (tl~.Lca:leurcs
Miss No, only daughter of Mr. and -- . .
Mrs. S'oaborni to Mr. Philip3 Robeltrt. NtletIcbo' iilrdir.
sotn. Rev. D) W. Ifitstt ouilited. E~t f1.K ors(O~t&t ilJit
A ft er the Ctl'uonlny, at81thlt301 s pio sctthm lgayutlsido to t'ie
feast wats servodi and the younig p)oo. ntifrpimnt yiii1'tttyo
ple whiled awvay the hours pleas ntly Arl 95 tilIlooidbe oI
in chiattinig and singinglt Mu'. and Mre1.p fi1(Rtt r eetdt a i a
Robe~rtson huave the prospect of a huap- i~o~ oiyt
py~ life before them. Mrs. Robinson* .I.VtivrExLit,
is a ytoung lady of mnyi 10( nol taits .~i.10.1 nesjS i
luIawilteapply tolJ. a.eNewbory, Jndg.
Mr.LI~.)Ot,0tiiS t lng tt~(l1) of5 PAll foiHi~ ng ilais ont, ot the
"otis armer ii Itol he to 1th day& of Milamr,190,ior ecasebd, set-~
Bobment, fothofestln ofoSamollerow,
Oi~f35~ sonof IdOdetAsedJ9,an as tho e idsmied t a Ex
ty thebarquoonFeh.h 1h, 05.4 . Siecuor.
over the Sea oftic londDtbcoriialn Cirtor.
wily n he avnAfll p. esons 95hvn; lis gi~ h
c TatIo'D.'K. Norrs Nece.wl r
A Leson n Th Maret eit m legally ateb'd to t not to
ud f if'j'mttio inthel~~nisignd fort' payent by the 'tn ay of'eutii
ibutd t the1)einoaor y iApr~ ill90, t oseb uidebre it la Iy(
thid etato ar1rgte topa lho 110 sm
It~rotl(Jirtii tndo' th LiIC j I It (OAes S~. CGt.
* Maing ~ a otiswife" giing . b .. 05- t Cmifria '.
h arto andwille mak er t hs. i'vt fu'yanfrz tatli 1(
nd helpf .Otho odfeed.rht' PtnBam vliiho~'
aMr.iRobertson isa aonlprge aord.pros
use farmort, a broth t tgliie Prof.ao b icen P
old) etson arf t:ae o Ca to aln1)gSoe
overn ah Sume of ie latd 1tfe theYuGv iw o~
* ' U~d~Not en to Debtgor"FanitCrnditor_.
~ 1.-,~' and requste i'tl o prsen the~i yiotlproperly
* Ji'iggn~fron Aa[tygi tei for p yment byoz the)n 1st aof
>Dr. H. N. Snyder, president of
Wofford College, will doliver the com.
moncement address at Clemson in
June. Elaborate preparations are
being made for what promises to be
one of the most tnemerablo comn.
menceeonts in Clemson's history.
.'here will be an unusually large
number of olumni present, men %kho
hold high textile, engineering and
executive positioiE all over the coun
-Next week we will give you a re
iume of the doings of the General
I ssembly; the acts that have been
Issed and ratified. Very little legis
ation has been enacted. There wore
L93 bills passed, and of this number
wenty-four relate to school bondd;
,hirty-nine to local County matters,
md twenty-three refer to individual
flaims, and considerably more than
ialf of the total legislation was upon
)urely individual or local matters.
Watch for the next paper if you evant
'o see what was.dono.
-On the 11th inst. Mrs. F. T.
Brown, of Spartanburg, with an in.
ant and fourteen year old'dau ghter
vere riding in a buggy across the
yridgo over Fairforest Creek, near
he city. The horse slipped on the
ce and buggy, linrse and the riders
tlI went down in the stream The
nb.' was well wrapped, nnd as the
voi or was not very deep, Mrs, Brown
ipeedly rescued it. The buggy was
>rokeu and the haise conbiderably
ruised. Mrs. Brown suatained to
serious injury. The daughtor and
baby were not hurt.
On last Wednesday afternoon,
February 8th, at three o'clock,. Miss
Lillie May Fleming and Mr. J.
Frank Lewis were united in the holy
bond of matrimony, Rev. Peter
Ltokes of Donalds officiating.
T- dsk, place at the
ovely country home of 'te' .
lather, Mr. Warren S. Fleming. The
whole house %ias beautifully decor
ited with ivy aid holly, and the
softened lights of many lamps made
Lhe scene exceedingly lovely, In con
brast to the dark loveliness of the in
terior, the Whole oulside world was
mantled in the exquisite whitoness
Af sleet, fringed Niih icicles.
The bride had often expressed tho
wish of having everything white with
snow on her wedding lay, and never
was a wish more fully realized.
Clad in pure white without oina
ments of any kind, the bride new r
looked lovlier thant on this occasion.
The bride came in leaning on the
arm of the groom, and in a fewv im
pressive words they were male one.
Immediately after the ceremony re
freshments of cake and wine were
Trhe bride is the eldesit daughter
of Mr. WV. S. Fleming of Iloneai
Path, and one of the best farmers of
Anderson County. She is a yung
womnaL possessed of many rar~ie qual
ities of trud womanhood. Her bright
an~d sunny disposition has made for
her a host of friends, who will regret
Tihe groom is the youngest son of
Rev. J. T. Lewis of Pickens, and is
one. of the best young men in the
county. Hfo has an ideal country
home ready for his bride, an~d in a
few weeks they will go t-o house keel)
On Friday the happy coule b-ard
ed the Southern bound for tho
home of the groom's father, whore
an elegant reception awvaited them.
The number of useful presents re
ceived showed 'the high esteem in
which the couple is hel. Many
friends extend congratulations and
wish thema a long anid happy life.
The guests from a distance wore
Mlessrs. WV. H. Lewis and M. F.
Townuos of Pickens, Mr. and Mrs. WV.
C. Fleming of Belton, Miss Eva
For January and
Along all lines, specially heavy clothin shoe o
jackets, blankets, flannels, and woolen goods.
We have a small lot (about 4o) of overcoats t a e r
determined to close out b ween now and March ist.
15 PER CENT DISCOUNT......
If your size is in the lot, this is a great opportunity to r'
a coat at a bargain.
An unusually heavy clothing trade last fall made great in
oads in our stock, but we still have some great values to oe1
in suits, extra coats and pants. A big lot of
Blankets at Your own Price....,.
We are making preparations for the largest spring sti:
we have ever shown, and to make room for this stock we
offer between uow and March ist, some unheard of barga.:
lust received a solid barbed wire and nails, also a car
flour and salt. Another car of furniture to arrive in a few dx
and also another car of
"Those Great Mitchell Wagons"
the best wagon made, as everybody knows.
If you want the best paint u.!de, we have it; Harri
Town and Country Paint is knon ' to be the best.
Ilic lot of furniture, l1 .idware, buggies and surreys, v
Sve iu for myt1l - yNu inmy 1100 . Whnt we f1avenu't in ltock
wo get frt y , atd -we aro alwnys pleaied to surve you.
. U RS TRU LY,
FOLGER & THORNLEY,
q thing Shmons hfats. 11n08. int','Furie.hing i nods a SlwIelalty. Agents fo
liar 0.u Town t loc.i Cotalit ry 1111111 tm, 81 elt hii ilives,. St1 154,,1 l1atts 1%134
"TUOSH.E IATL MITUhiELL AA(M)SS."
10 CLOSE OUT FOR
62 pairs ladies' shoes worth $2.00 tW $3.50 4
(mostly small size) (g . ..
Al 're new stock of ladies' Patent I
er $3- and $4.oo shoes @o . .
A large portio ur new stock ladies
welt $3.00, $3-50 "Icd $4.oo shoes .
1 20 pairs men's $5.00 an 4.oo shoe
all leather at
A great many lots of boys', misses, anc dren's
shoes are offered in this reduction sale.
GREENVILLE, 5. C.
Writes MT e. JANE PE'TTY, of Roaring River, N. C., Aug .12, 1
~My little boy couldl not walk a step from RHIWUMA'ISSM,
all other remedies had failed to (10 him any good. Rheumacide
curedl im and made(1 him sounjd and well.'" Hundreds of other let
give the same testimony.
cleanses the blood of all the poisons that cause Rheumatism -ant
other blood diseases, and absolutely cures to stay cured. The z
powerful and effective blood purifier in the world vet it improves
digestion and builds up the entire system.
"THE ONE THAT CURES WHEN OTHERS FAL
Write DOBBITT CHEDMICAI.' COMPANY, BALTIMORF,. for Free S&
Ask your drugglet for a "FoRGET ME NOT " Book.
Don't Burn Your Cott(
.Bring it to us.
11f you owe us we will giveO yOu
Lop priCe for your cottonl and
chances on it. I f we 10s0 it, itL's
fault. Now for settlemend!
Come and look through our store rooms; thiere
thing here for you. If you don't get it it's your own f~
We thank you very much for last year's busin
hope to doutble it this year. Come and see us again.