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- ~sdv Commissioner day,
-.. Stewart still continuo
'Mr. aild Mrs. J. T. Fennell open
rti on 6f last week at Calhoun.
-Henry Williams of the Looper
16 is reported very sick with
-.Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs and
M F. Hester spent the first of the
Ik at Calhoun.
-Miss Hester Cureton is on a visit
lier brother, Dr, George D. Oure.
.-Court convenes here on the third
nay, the 20th inst., with Judge
Irs. M. J. larris is on a visit to
family of her son, John D. Harris
Lenderman, S. C.
-Arthtir Mann .has itted up the
imore shop and is prepared (o do
t class woodwork.
-Undoubtedly by this time So
he niells that went dry List fall
- getting wet enough.
-Mrs Carrij'jT Robinsioni, of Ridge
y, S. C., visited her mother, Mrs.
L. Cureuon last week.
-Mr. and Mirs. Pool, of Anderson
ted their daughter, Mrs. J. L.
it of Pickens, last week.
-J. F. Harris hai lrentod the
re room in tho Maconic hall, and
moving his stock this week.
-Miss Lois Newton - ened up
millinery parlors of l\ Lathnem
offers rare bargains in illhisery.
--J. E. Kinch. S-, diepdi, Colum
at the state hospital on tbe 23rd
-;is remains were interred
-Dr. B'lt's residence is receivig
finishing touchais and he will be
aildly domiciled in hia new home
4 Ct week.
Lhere has been a few scattering
es of cotton on the market the
bt week. The )ri:o of the staple
as not vary much.
-On account of the weather the
t.- ten able
ino a few
~~..aM.3e,,LiJ shop" on
in street, is a good wvorkmnan
*Iis being kept busy all the time:
-This section has experienced a
of delightful spring weather
4 ring the past week, which was
:bly enjoyed and apprecisted by
-Monday was salesday; but there
a nothing to go under the auc
seer 's hammer. A good many peo.
Look advantage of them day~ and
nio to town.
-3J. 'P'. Fenn ell & Co. h ave mnove ?
Cureton siook of goods toj thein
'r room ini the H-iollings'worth
Idiug anid are' still offering ralri
'gains in all lines.
'-Miss Stella Newb~ery, wvho has
au spending the winter with re'l
er in Florence and Darlington
4. a been quite sick ever since bei~
urn bi mo Iwo weeks ago.
-A mani who cuts his adlvertise
nt in order to ('ut down expense
is is wise as the man who takes th
I :it-off hoo0k in order to sav ,W worr
Shen fishing. -Easton Ledger,*
4,-An eight-foot -chimney 230 fe
,~hae just been completed in Penn
a ,lvania. It is madgf steel an<)
:.11 be sent to Mexico. It is lh
Holst chimney in A merica.
*-Mrs.' B. B. LaBoion says th
. iy that ot her dranwn workced toi
."bl cove a no yet sent it ho's
no will hr lad to get it before iti
u. ern out
. O. LA bney tilled a4poi
''hurebcSnndai - g it andprahda
excel~h aton to a large and atter
die awho has beenonavst,
4her nephew, R. 11. Roark, and othe
o latives in the county, has return'.
-Mr's. W. Ei. Dicken, of Blirin
halm, Alai.,accomnpaniedi by her daugh
f or Sue, arrived m Pickons5 Sunda.~
morning to atteind the funeral of he
father, Maj. James HI. Ambler.
-1311l Birker' had -a bill. bsrd
Bill also had a board bill. Th'le boar<
bill bored lill so Bill sold the ii
board to piy his bedird bill. So afie
billsold his bill board L:) pay hi
iJdbil the *board bill no lunge
for., the pfs t~6 ~ci4W
and wooly. V h~tie" Tq rge
the Iiv#' lusiness df iL i. lical
--Miss Daisy Jennlygs and broti
er, Wyatthave ben o' a visit to the
brother, Jess.Jenuings, in Columbi
Jesse is with thebSouthern Railwt
his run bolvg from Columbia to So
--'Uncle Jere" Looper, who h
been quite sick for some time wit
grippe, is able -to. be up again an
was in town Saturday, to the doligh
of his many friends, who were gIa
to see him.
-Mr. Julius R. Chapman, a popi
lar conductor on the Southern Ry.
Who has had headquarters in Green
vill., iuime- the terminals have beet
there i:ms recently been transfoi red
to Spe:cerN. 0.
--The road leading from John W,
Thomnas' by MI. C. Winchester's to V
W. Aiken's store,is being worked ou
by the chain gang, anid being put il
good iihapo. The work is pleasiiq
the People of that section.
-J. I. Brock has moved his sho
to tLe building Ott te Punpkintowl
road, fronting "Aunt Ann" Griffin'
houee, and has fitted himself on
with a good set of lools and is pre
pared to do all kinds of woodwork.
-A newspaper may devote a col
umn in the praiso or commendatioi
of a man and Le will forget it in
couple of waeks, but a two-lin
article that is not altogether plea
iug will ba remembered by thi
average reader for two yeirq. -Ex.
-A number of coupons for th
contest have been received at this of
ficO not filled out, and without, an
directions whero t hey are to be voted
These are a loss, as we cannot vot
them oursolves. Please look to thi
if you wish your coupons to count.
-A. French newspaper assert
that; the trade in "artificial" mummie
iu Egypt amouits every year to mor
than $200,000. Most of the up-t<
dato "mummy factories" are in Ita
but there are also a great number c
them in Germany, France and Elngp
- *-Coutractor Grandy is rushi:
i tho work on the graded school. Th
building is now covered in and i
insbide work is being rapidly pusht
to an early completion. it is expecl(
to htoll the closing exercises of ti
Pickens Graded School, which' wi
take place in May, in it.
- An elderly man who appeared
a i witness in a London Court coul
not tell the name of the streeti
which he lived or the number of thm
honse. When the Judge expresse
surprise the witness said: "[ didn
know there was any need to know
long as I could find my way home.
--In Ceylon there is a tree calk
"Eve's apple tree" wvhich is remar
able in that the orange red ftuit
beautiful to look upon, yet out 4
each fruit a pieco appears to ha'
tUceu bitten. It is said tha~t the sir
ulation of a fruit which has been b
tea into is perfect. '.'he fruit
I-Mr. HI. D). Hendricks, former
deput~y sliift of the county, wasi
the city'i'hursday afternoon. M
Heintricks has been living at Ontr
for the past twvo years, but sa
while in the city that he couldr
staty awvay from Anderson, atr
would soon move back here. -~A
dlerson~f Daily Mail 3rd.
-Mr. and Mrs. James E?. Parso:
of Liberty visited the family of I
brother, B. Fi. Parrons last we(
Jim says lhe is doing all lhe can
help the movement to curtail the e<
ton erop); be will reduce tho c.>tt
crop of every renter on his far n at
inercaose the crop of corn, peaes
forage. If all the farmers wou;
4 lowv~ i bthy would
Scotton situation wvell in tand.
- -Flandon Sanders, who ste
cow in Anderson county atnd
t convicted and sentenced to I
1 years in the chain gang but ecc
-and getting into this county at
cow from IL H. Philpot, and wva
restod under the name of Joh ,
801on, has finished his first ser
r and is nowv in the custody of s
1 Jennings for trial at the appron
termn of court for the seconid o1
-Nottio Newton, daughter
W, Newton had heor thigh brok~
'the evening of the 28th ult., by
rn. ing a weoll shelter to fall on her,
had just driven home from t
-and had hitched tIme horse to u
the posts supporting the weoll.
Iand h~ao turned to wvalk to the
when the horse ran back ward
Spulled1 the shieltet' down and wi
above result. Dr Webb im-noe
not ho ltnb and the suff
Idoig. i 4el 0 could be expel
ir We know what all good doc
tors think of Ayer s Cherry
Pectoral. Ask your own doc
y tor and find out. He will tell
you how it quiets the tickling
t throat, heals the inflamed
lungs, and controls the
hardest of coughs.
n Ayer' Cherry Pectoral is bellknow I
fr whit wy.e wilhik It Is the best oalole.io
i the world for co its at col ac.
JiATerabUTRSON, J'talusn, Cal.
w t s01.00. osierAYed CO.,
Mosilsts. for Ioei a,
cte of hirs Pills at bedtae ill
hasten recovery. aently haxatve.
Liberty Letter. d
Liberty, S. C. March 0, l905.--Mr.
Edlitor: Just a few word", p~lease,
mdr wich we fill be c rsonall to.
sponib~lle, not you nor your raper; so
here goe. sl see there is a con
siderable stir up jud now about
what waits considered by many good
cti lns of this county a mistake you
ickens Peope made Whin you dc
mandd a dispendntuy at the court
house. WVe notice now petit ions de
-manding a vote of the county as to
wthether it shall be done away with or
A not. qshy, we would ask l iiithout
y waiing for everybody to examine
the law and statute, why not Pick
ens settlo that question as she did
the other.' She did not ask the coun.
ty to holp her goet a dispensary.
Another question we wotuld like to
y ash: Have you something better to
L. take the place of the dispenlsary', if so,
e what? Don't roar bacok and Bay pro
E, hibition. TVhat naw~o is to!) familiar,
and has only proved1 a disinal failure
wbenover given the opportuinity to
show her work. Who and what is
e prohibition, any way? As known in
this State, she is a regular flirt, good
looking, aln gifted with a glib tongue,
much older than her sister dispen.
sary, ond a grass widow, having
been inarried a few years- ago to M r.
Prohibition; her maiden name was,
g perhaps, Temperence. Now the Tem
0 perence family are all good people
l yet, but this one was such a flirt she
A didn't do much in marrying. Mr.
LA Prohibition said, ge'nerally speaking,
1e he was a prohibitionist, and if a dri..k
11 of liquor came his way he prohibited
it going further So we see the fam
b5 ily is badly divided, old man by
d drinking it, anld the old lady by not
a allowing it drank, hence she is a
e grass widow, still firting in politics
a with just anybody-grass widow like.
't Her sister, Miss Dispensary, is more
5 modest and more refined and has
" more advanced ideas. With all her
(1 imperfections, she has proved herself
much more reliable than Mrs. Pro
While the Temperance family dho
the girls, they can punt up with Miss
SDikponsary mtuchi better, as she is
not such a miserable flirt a'd kec pa
better company, much more h moi
able in her dealings if the does d< a)
y withI the same rabble that is a dhis
n~ tllrbing element in alil commnunities
r. not heeding the divine admonition,
il "Be ye temperate in all things;" not
d in diikling dispensary or prohibi.
't tion liquor only, but all things.
d Wheni peoplle begin to obey the Di
u- vine commianid to search thu scrip
tures, etc. to find how they stand,
,and act in accordlance with the in.
Sstruetions they find laid1 down for
l.them, they will h~ave 1no pleasure in
the compan fany of the faimily oi
a.old Mliss Prohibition or Miss Dispen
m sary wit'a all her red tape.
nour opinion a preacher would
-where the table was ladei
plenty of good things to ea
Sbride is one of the most ChI
?nd Christian young ladies
~ction. She was a priz
.Fvorth working for. Mr. Bc
7no of Oconee's young b
en. Nothing too much e<
- id about either party. 0
.* y morning the party pul
~ r their future home on]
4i 4er near 0Old Pickens, whi
11 'p make their future honm
Kdding wa.e a very qui
*ely affair. Mr. B3. F, 8
S1hele of the bride, with Mi
l/je Bowers, sister of the
4ere waitors, A reception w
'dered thorn at the groom's
Mr. W. K Bowere, on their
at the Keowoe river valley.
As visitors and news are
will close for this time by
hurrah for Uncle Zeke a
writings. Mountain Sp
Plenty of them
Ju.st come in.
They are relial
A lot more of
Pratt's Stock F
in Buckets at E
It puts your i
Please pay us
we are compel
who are always
I PICKIENS. I
Tle following is the liti or grand ju
rors drawn to serve for the ensuing year
and the petit jurors drawn to serve at I n
the approaching term of court, which ' oc
convenes Monday, Marcn 20th, with
Judge Ernest Gary presiding. B
C B Smith Green C Fostcr laE
J Simi Wilson 0 R Doylo
J C Garrett J IV Earlo
T J Ligon *1 11 Callahami th
Eliaisn Gi'strap *W N Bolding
W I Mauldin *M IV Hesater
J A Griflin *Johl Chapman n
T J Bowen *W 0 Brock
IV Calvin Keith *Joe L Looper Jri
Those marked (*) were held over. I
R B Byars Riley Portcr
WV 1H Laloon Josiah Trotter
W Tl Day Fr.;n k J Ca rmita n er
Sid L Burns Arthur Rampe-y
W Lee Stansoll John D Hendersan p
John A Gary W It McKinney J
Hen E Haynes R P Princo
W D Cox E 1) Miller R
S B Edena J E Christopher ,t
J A Hinton James M Davis
John 11 Robinson James C Stewart 1p
S B Dalton 0 IV Julinn
Earli lhendricks R F Herd
T 1. Carson W Henry (rant i
WV Capei s Gainwa J Frank'Lewis
J HL Lawrence Sr P Henlev Potiter
L B O'Dell Da',n M auildsn z
The Pickens Bank
At a meeting of the Directors o1 f,
the Pickens Bank last wvook J. McD).
Bruce was elected President to fill n,
the vacancy cauised bsy the death of
W. T. McFall. At tho same meet- hi
ing WV. M. Hagood was elected vice- l3
President. As now organized th& (1
oflicers of the Bank are as follows: ]R
J. McD. Bruce President, WV. G
M. Hlagood, Vice-President,Ivy M. y<
M~auldin, Casluor, C. HI. Alexander oi
Thle Directors are J. P. Caroy, a:
W-' M. Hlagood, .J. M. Stewart, 'T. S
N. IIuniter, J. E, Bogga, J1. Fi. Ban-- S
ister. H. A. Richey, B. A. Ilagood 1I
J, McD. Bruce. #
The Baunk is (doing a larger busi. cl
ne~ss than ever boe re in1 its history.
It is prepared to make loans to P
farmers and pays initerest on dep(s. tL
its Etvery reas~n able accomodlation a
is extended its patr~ons and its t
fair and l iberal treatment makes
it one of the most p)opular inistu,
lionsB in the county,
The lit tle infant of Mr. and Mr's.
B. M. WVhitmire, was buried at
Cedar Rock IBapItist church last.
Mrs. John11 Julian, v'isited her son,
James Julian, last wveek,1
[Dacus, I~d R')mors I
ick left for Wash- (
inet,, wheoro they *,
,' rQooman lost a fine (
a1 wi nast. Faith.
t. 'I )05.
ini tI .-:
ire t :Ien Truck
o. I profitably only in soll
.lenty of Potash. All
stqruire a fertilizer con..
to ast 3o per cent, actual
fa >tashi no fertilIzer is coni- )
ilure will follow its use.
ar hco 1 I a oouraluen0 ks
h v nto iit litlI
B 'assau street, or_
1a.-22%~ south Biroad street.
A N 5.
ule in shape for plowing.
what you owe us, before
led to adopt the
glad to see you.
)RU G CO.
One of 1.h1o most beautiful bomne
ddings th1iise scribe has over seen
urred at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
D. Richalrdson, of Liberty, S. C.,
t Thursday afi erioon. The beauti
i priuig day, warmy su nmlUe, after
0 icy grasp of wijiter hail Ihiwal
to Warmwth and loveliness, the sing
r birds, the budding fl wern, ial
emed in hat mony with the oceasionu.
3o parlor and dining room wero
J ut at four o'clock the parents of
0 bride Mr. and Mrs. Richardson, 1
itered the parlor, Ohen c.une tie
trents of the groom, Mr. and Mrs.
P. Smith, then officiating minister
ev. D. W. Miott the bride's pistor
id Rev F. A Drennan the groom's
istor, Miss Pearl lichardson, mal
I Honor, sister of tle bride came
ex, thn came the bride and Iroon
Ir. Herbert G. Smith and Mi'i Lz
ie ichardson. Tfhe We idinig March
'a chtarmiingly renidered by Miss
mis Smith siste.r of the groom. Con
ritulaitjin anid an elegant repasI1t
Tihe happy couple left iminodiavtulv
ir Washnigton and other points (of
niercst, before returning to their
ome in Liberty which is being nico.
fitted up. Mrs. Smith is the seconid
Rughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. 1..
ichar'dsoni; shve was educated at the
reoenvillo Female College and is a
mng woman of many charms, u;ot
dly beautiful in form and face but
rmr sweet christian spirit snakes her
hinired by young anid old1. Mr.
mithi is the onuly son of Mr ,J. P
mit h, Pres. 01 Li berty Cofton Mv!
[e is a graduate of (lemsoni College
la younvg mn of most excellent
IaracLeil avid fino binqulitij~5 Ji~iies.
As thecy start out with such bright
rospuets, their many friends j.>in in
Ie wibh that their pathway maiy be
mooth and pileasant avid finally lead
bo to the Hlaveni of Riest.
Missionary Rally and Ordination.
A ve(ry inuterestinig scriiCO was bel
han day, March 5th at Ninoe Forkis
ilov. Mfarion Loop'er was ordained
o the mninistry. Presblytor'y as fol
>)ws: Itov. J. T. Singleton, Doncoms
1. M. Looper, Geo. Looaper, t'Coss
Ionde.; J. W. 13. Chapmuan, Mt. To
ot; .J. T1. Tazylor', P'ickoens; 0. W.
finoe Forksh. Sermou preachved and
haurge given by Rev. J. T1. Singloton,
fler which a delightful dinnor was
erved eu the( grounds, when aill
gain reCpaired to the church and
told thie mlisskionagry rally as scheduvled
Noticee to Debtors and Creditors.
Al IlCersons holdinvg eunima ains t.e
statte of Henry~ Williuams, deceaeI, will
presenvt the samie to thle Ex(ecutors for
>aymnit on or bv the 251th daty of March
905, 0or be hart ed, and all porronas in
eobted to i-aid dleceased will muke pay
rint bly said daiy to J3. 5. Williamsv,
TFake MVIurray's Horehondc
Vullein and Tar and stoi
oughing. 25c for large bot
le. Your druggist or Mur
ray DrugCo., Columbia, S.C.
M'. Wm~a. S. Cr ot, California~ Mdl.
allerod for yeavrs firm rhieumiatism and c
mnbago. Hie was finally adlvised to try
Jhiambhrlin'a Paini Balm.i which ho did
ncd it c~ected a complete cure. VlTit
smment, i For sole by Pilcens Druig
ore Earles Drng Stem
IF ITS SHO.ts YOUR'
WE'RE FIXED FOR YOL't
ALL STYLES, SHAPES AND SIZ$
BATTLE AXE- SHOES for on d o o
make on earth, (.11 priccan.-....nn and children, to $e
' - - - . . 500 to 85
G00MAN'S SHOES for children . . . 0 to $1.50
P1 I'E t',' B31A0K DIAMOND Shoes for mn,. $2.00, 2.50 300
SELZ OYAL BLUE Shoo for mncu to $8.50
STETSON SHOE for men - . $500, $5.50.
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER CAR MITCHELL WAGOIS.
Mitchell & Lewis are tb ohk-st manufacturers in Arntrica.
Thoy mi-ko nothing but wagons, and uso the very best mat(rial
that money can boy. Try one Mitchell amd you will never run
aoy other kind.
Watch For Our Spring Announcement.
We will .e stronger along all iues this spinng than over
before, especinly Olothing, Dress Goods and Geut's Furnishing.
Folger & Thornley.
A . >N I
SLIPPERS AT -POPULAR PRICES
A'-e far ahead of any we have ever before shown.
All the newest styles in Black,
Tan and Patent Leathers for
Ladies and iMeon.
Pride & Patton,
GREENVILLE1 s. C.
Cabbage Plants and Sea Island Cotton Seed.
Cabbage Plants for sale, and niow readyv for delIVe'ry. "Enurly .Jersey Wakefld" and "Char
I ecston Large Type WakefIeld," two earliesit ,hnehea ari ell aridi' headut I i n~ rotatIott as nmoed
"Succession," "Augusta Trucker" and "Short Stemn Flat Dutch," the three best flat-head virI
(t ies anitl head In roitlon asN iiiamed. Piloca: 8* ngbl tiirsai, $1 .50; 5,000 and 'aver SIA per
1,000; 10,000) atld over, fi per i000. Termis: (uiish with order; or plarits suent (. 0. j)., purohgee.
paying returin (IhaIiV' . n (itiliney. Otair panlt bied th 1 upy 33 ne(roN oil Sooth Ci(aroiilna Sea Coasit,
anod we inderstati'd growinig thetn In the opetii air; tottgh ai~d hardly; they will sttatid Nevere cold
wIithoit it I iry. P lantsi ('rateti for shI 'iiet weigh 20) lbs. Per 1000) and1 we havo~ pi al~i low rates
ia r pri.mpjt trn pi Ii ta)tion byiili Sout hernE l prtess ('o. 1 know of (othe'r ph oit you einn bu y cheapier
than .-li1:'. I sell giod llianta. No dCeap 'ent rate" pliants ipiped Ii in .:y fain. I guarantee
t hose lot I.shI p to bie trite to typle andh niamel, and1( 01 OWn froini highi grade ieeds puirchased from
two of t1he 11noSt relhiible ieed housex0 in the lInithed Stiates. 1 ihI refutid piorchase 1)1Ice to any
dissatlisfed cus oiner at endI of sieason
Our Cotton See'd. .it of our Long Staple vaullety of' SF.A ll, .\) ( tyl'I'ON sol this year in
Chle Istoni on Detetiher ' .1 e . 1'c.pr pound. Seed $ .2rI ger hi.; lots of 10 bui. nd over $1 per
Aly s*pecialty: Pr'oit :i hipjinent1, Tlruie yarileties, a11n stlfed euta oiners. I have been in the
selant busin1 ess b'r :33 y(r r
Wmr. C. GERAT[V, "T"IUAIIA
If you have any
BEES WAX, DJUCKS,
GUINEAS Or' GOOD) IRM BUTTER,
Bring them to us, and we wil pqy you good pri
ces for them. If you have any cash to spend
bring it along too, andl we gularantee to sell you
good goods at honest prices. Come to see us.
OR AIQ BROS One-Price Cash soe
It has the advantage ot Simplicity, D~urability. Alignment5
Speed, 'Iimible Writing, Portability, M anifoldinrg, Type-Clean
ing and Ribbon-Changing. Is easily repaired, and is a Time
Saver. Without exception the handsomnest Typewriter niade,
ocautifully nickeledi and japanned-as much an ornament as
atn article of neCcessity.
Machines and repairs. New and secondlhand inachines
and typewvriter supplies always on lhand, and repairing cdone
by experts at the Savannah offlce.(
E. B. BU1APf JS, flanager,
Germania Bank Building, SAVANNAU, GA.
Locpl Agency at Senitinelli vr'ie QfI
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