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4 l g n8 Qa Local alorsonaI Nature,
-end change of ad of the Pickens
-Tho Big Store wiants you to visit
their Emporium Friday and Sattur
-See the Big Store ad on front
page and come there oi tho 7th and
. -The farmers in this section (re
progressing nicely with their farm
--Did you say midlinery? The H. B.
M. Co. hag it. on display Friday and
-Mrs. K. L. Urrotois left Friday
for Atlanta, whero sho will make her
.- Mrs. J. 2. Terroll, of Westminis.
ter, is on a visit to her paronis, Rev.
and Mrs. D. W. Hiott.
-Everybody come to the millinery
opening at the Big StOro next Friday
and Saturday, April 7d and 8th.
-Dr. I. E Crimn, vo specialtist
will to in Pickens next Tuesday, the
11th, at Hotel Hiawatha. Examina
-See new ad of L. Rothchild
Greenville's popular clothier, and call
on hiu when you get ready for your
-Rov. W. T. Abbott will preach
ut Keowee on the second Sunday in
April at 11 o'clock. A large congro
gation is expected.
-Mrs. Lathom hcas her millinerv
openuing the 7th and 8th, Friday aId
Suturday. The public is invited to
call and inspect her line.
-The farmer wh~o Ioes not endeav
or to raise his homo supplies thii
year is an enemy to l.imself and work
ing again'St his noigmhbors.
-Wednesday, April 12th is the
day N. D. Taylor will be in his Pick.
Ion th'tt date if
y and Saturday,
s. .-IJ& '' e . ny, Mrs. Lathem
vill sell all silk taffeta ribbon, throo
:inches widle, at 10 cents per yar'd.
-It is said by some) wvho havew~
tried it, that a cove:-ing of green pine
brush after p~otutoes3 are planlted will
prevent bugs fro-u preying onl plants.
-On account of some extra adver.
4 tising coming in at the last minute,
we have been crowded for space and
anme good stmuff has to hang over
until next week.
-Earle Seaborn, wiho has been
with the lleath-Bruce-Morrowv Co.
for sever'al mlonths, haus gone to
Green ville to) a1ccopt a position with
the R. E. Allen Co.
- A. K. Park, Green villb's old reli
able dry goods meirchiaat, has som11
ithing to saiy to you in his space this
wveek that you sh'onid heed. See him
iif you want gool1 goods.
-Dr. I. E. (Crim, specisalist in re
fitction, wvill b)0 in Liberty next Wed
nespay, the 12th, lit the hotel forj
purpose of fiiting glasses. Examlnr
tinon of the eyes free of charge.
--J. T. Arnold & Co., Greenville's
popular dry goods dealers, hayc anl
ad in this paper thu t is of mterest to
call of our readers. .Call on them
whben in need( of anything ini their
--The South Carolina Presbytery,
which is compo'led of the Pri sby
terian churches in ihkensq, Oconie,
Anderson and Ahhewvil Coun ties,
will mfeet at Mt. (Carmnel, on April
-A sst. Al torney-General Tlowvn
-4 ~ send says that crippIles are not alwvays
exempt from pol11 tax, aind co)ncludes
lisa opinionl as follows: "If capablle
of earninlg a suppor~t, anid beCtween
the agee of 21 and 60, with the ex
cieption of those e'xemlpted b~y law as
(Confederate vorann, all male oii izens
must pay tihe tax."
--Ernest Folger hias closed the
contract wvith 1B. E. G randy to ereet
for him a nice modern house in Pick.
01n8. W\hen done it will ho all orna
moot to the towvn. When completed
Ernest will havo to make sure of his
house keepor b~y the aid of tho Par
son. But we arO ab)ou~t to tell tales.
.-Temnporanca Rally in the court
house tonight by I~esrs. Jenkins
& Johnson. Music andl lecture, both
someothing you ought to hoar. Tis
is under the auspices of the churches
of .the town, and given with a view
of ~ine the peoplo statistics oin inl
tOe me , and leading up to the
poin off bint hore temperato in all
-N.D . aor w iling hiir,
Nklillitiery opening at HI. B. Al.
Co's on, 7th and 8th-Fridaty and
,-N. D. Taylor wvill be in his Pick.
ens studio next Wednesday. Remom.
bor the-day and don't fail to patronize
him if you want good work.
-We invite the attention of our
lady readers to the ad of Mrs. W. E.
Nesbitt, of Greenville, proprietor of
the .Bon Ton Millinery Parlors, which
appears in this issue. Mrs. Nesbitt
is showing a beautiful line of goods
that is dear to the feminine heart,
ind invites our readers to pay tier a
call. Miss Julia Griffiti, of this
county, is with Mrs. Nesbitt aind will
be delighted to have her friends call.
-Rural mail route 1o. 3, is the
way it, will be written after May ist.
This routo leaves Pickens and runs
by E. F. Looper's Gravley's mill,
Subny Dale, W. It. Price, Chastain,
and on down by Ambler and Porter,
back to Pickeng, a distance of 262
miles. Ben Frank Frecman is the
carrier and A. A. Moon is his substi
tute. Both have received notice of
their appoin tment.
-On the 22nd of February, 1905,
the Governor approved an Act which
reads as follows: "Any person or
persone entering upon the lanct of
another, for the purpose of hunting
fishing, trapping, netting, gathering
fruit, straw or turf, vegetables, herbs
or cutting timber on the same, with
jut consent of the owner or manager
hereof, shall bo deemed guilty of a
mlisdemeanor, and upon conviction
Lheroof shall pay a fine of not more
Lhan $20, or be imprisoned it hard
abor not morc than thirty days for
each and every offense."
Pendkton, April 4.-One of the
i-nost brilliant home weddings of the
-easou was that of Miss Catheline
Blanch Douthit and Mr. lBaskin Reid
Lawrence, which was suleinnizexl at
tho homo of the bride's parents, Mr.
mud Mrs. B. F. Douthit, on Vednes
lay, March 29th, at high noon. The
aeremony wvas p~erformedl by Rev.
Henry, pastor, of the Penidleton
Niethodist church, in tIm pr'osence of
i large fa mily connecoon and the
31ose friends of thme younig couple.
The occasion was beautiful in its
simInplicity of arran gemen ts, the deco
rations being in white and green.
I'ho young couple stood under a heart
jf white and green during the coe
The wedding march was rendered
y M1essrs. Henry anid Charlie Lamw
Lenco on the violin and guitar. The
bride made ai lovely picture in her
aowvn of cream silk with white silk
gloves and slippers4gShe car ried a
bouquet oif natoisus, cream byacinths
~ud asparagu~s pluniosus fern.
The maid of honior and bride's
maids werei gowvned in wvhite organdie
and curried bouquets of carnations
and spengeria fern. The bridal partty
consisted of Miss Annie Whintten,
of Pendleton, maid of honor, with
Mr. Leland Cochran, of Calhou,,
best man; Miss Sophia Waorner', of
'Tal.'poosai, Gam., with Mr. lRalph \Vat
kins, of Pendloton; Miss Virginia
LawrenLco Calhoun with Mr. Norimn
Douthit, of Pendloton.
T1he presents were ninerous and
A fter the ceremony the bridal party'
with the guests repaired to the dm-i
ing room, where a sumiptious repast
young ladies bf both Oc'
Anderson counities, winnliA
friends easily by the cordial c hi
har mnanneiv, and holding 1
the depth and sweectness of 1
T[he groom-is one of Piclz
13y's mnost protmi mtt y'ount
sand is; held in the highesti
all who know him, for both
nest ability anmd fine traits<
T.ihe reception at the hom,
groom on thme damy following
riago was one of great inote,
latives and friends wore gatl.
gethemr at the home of Mr. a
WV. 13. Lawrence to receive t
couple and the dinner wan
magnificonce, and the day wv.
ly enjoyed by all present. '1'
couple will make their futu
with the groom's parenti
writer wvishes for' them a
happy prosperous life. '
N. Il Taylor Photograph.he, ida
air; then keep it. Perhaps not;
lenewer always restores color to
also. U rVIgramLL b.p0-%.V
Liberty Local News.
Liberty, S. C., A'pril 3rd.-rhe
1o attraction of tho day yoster
day was tho all day singing at tihe
Batist church- There was a good
attendance and good singing.
March bas marched out leaving
regular spring weather for April to
start in with.
The farmers have been humping
it preparing for another cotton
crop. Some shave begun mutting
the seed in the ground. Some few
are planting corn. The small
grain crop is looking promising.
Mr. Abner Young died at his
home, a few miles south of hero,
the 20th of March, after a severo
illness of twenty-four hours. Dr.
W. A. Sheldon and Dr. '. E. All
good attended him. He was un
conscione,his suffering was eo great.
Ho was takon with something like
cramp colic. He left six sons and
two daughters and a h1ost of rela
tives and friends to mourn his de
mise. He was buried the day fol
lowing his death at Flat Rock,
Rev. T. F. Nelsou conducting the
funeral Eorvice. lie was 60. years
J. F. Banister is having matorial
laid down for building his dwelling
just above J. J. Wakelin's.
Rev. F. A. Drennan and tamily
have gone to the lower part oh the
Stato. He has gone to take a rest
ind try to recupcrat., his health
There is considerablo bickness in
bhis section, keeping the doctors
Get my prices before you ' buy.
. 0. Carter,
House to r ut. Apply to Mrs. J
Como and see our nice lino of shoes
J- T. Feniells & Co.
50 barrels of flour to close out at.
mace. R. C. Carter.
A nice lire of men's and yoluthsi
sollars at J. T. Fennell & Co's Store.
Ono 15 I. p. nn!"ino and hoiler for
-aI. Jas. . Whitin, Norri , S. C
Full line of goods to select from.
Prices right and goods right. R. 0.
For Sale-A limited supply of
Efawkins cotton seek pure stock. '75
~euts per 'bushel. R1. A. Hester,
Pickens S. (C.
Highest prices paid for chickens,
wgs and coun try produce,
- .1. T. Pennell & Co.
The nicest lino of lamps, glassware
md1( decoramted dishes to go at coat.
J. T. Fennell & Co.
Still selling out at cost at the Cure
on stand. Come at once ats this
m~ock must go. J. T. Fennell & Co.
WANTED -10 mcen in each 'State
;O travel, tack signs and( d'istr'ibulte
mm'l) pies nnd cirenlars' o'f our goods.
sabltuy $'75.00 pe month, $8.00 per
lav for expenses. Kuhblman Oo.,
Lapt. S Atlas Build ing, Chicago.
This is a r'emindeor thati I am still
loinig b~uswies at the (lid stand (over
P~ickens Dr'g Stor'c) wvhere I am
ii Ways glad to ser1ve myW old as wvell
mw newv friends. Whleu you want a
.1uick and easy shave, ohr ain up-to-date
bair' cut, give me a call.
E. 'T. Hlunter, The Barber.
Wanted-Ten mon in each State
ai triavel, taCk sign1s antd distr'ibute
:3.reular's and1( samlples oft our goods.
Sahiry $715 per mnonlth. S3 per day
fVor xpensecs. Koii imno Coapany,
eryca id le lig ht.
SPreaching by tihe Methadist
ery second Sunday.
Rev. D). W. Iiiott is the Baplt
teacher, and Rev. Attaway is t
Sunday sohool every Sund1(
ening at 3 o'clock p. m.
'Theuse is to be a Sunday Scht
ly at this place in May, ime
S of which will be made hiti
banks to the Mountain G
f'the complimnent she paidl o
h Wake np, correspondlents, aI
get a mUove on yolu. Don't wa
any dragging in this thing. TI
SEditor foots the bill, so let us.
iciprocato with news. H
IIlo(t thra M othtera! IMoth,~ers
I low mnany' childr'en are at this se
Sfeveriisht ani nti pa~i5~ftedI wuith
K.weet Podr for' Chibdren wilI alh
jire. If worm'n.5siar' present they
-rtatily re'no've them,. At all
s's; 25c. Sami ple 1bot tle unjmle '
dIdreaa Allen SI. Ohntsamd.1Lolto.
4~~1 ............. '
ARTICLES IF STERLING WORTH.
THE BELQIANH LAMP
Stand and Swing. .--is the bot lamp money can but. It
is guaranteed not, L.. cxplodo or 8moko. Tho thing suit.
a1b)o for dining comuo', oilco, store or church. Special
prices to churches4.
(0 cents per p - L- in handsome picklgos. 1elps to
win the admiration of any ono.
Malvina Cream, AIrgnolia Balm, Pompeian Massago
Cream, Freeman's aceo Powder, Totlow's Hwaudwn,
Gossomer Powder, Cct.gate's Taloum Powder, Pears Sonp,
and many other
&-e so well lunowm na to need no rojommendaetion. We
have them all. S)'ecial--Ttacum Powder in pound boxos
for 24 cents.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY,
Agents For The Laundry.
AND = ILL =FITTING = SHOES
Are High at any price. There is no
satisfaction or economy in wearing them.
Come to us for your shoes. We will
sell you good ones-will see that they
fit you. And if they are not right--will
make them right.........
Pride & Patto,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
aIN S I -T
cuRE THAT WHEN
p ~ - TO STMYCURED THR FI
is the most power i Iand emQcient blood purifier in the world. It sweeps
out all the impunm'es and poisonous germis that cause RIIEULMATjISM, LA
GRIPPE, CATnLOI, fIVERi nud KIDNEY TROUBLES, BJILIOUSNESS, CONSI1PA
TION, INDIGEST(,4 i~nd CO7NTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON. Improves the Stomach,
builds up th~e enszire .system. Al Field, the famous minstrel ; Hon. J. P.
Gibson, the South Carolina legislator, andI hundreds of others testify that
3it ABSOLUTELY CURES.
3 Samplio botdo Free iH you writ, BIOBTT CHEMICAL CO.. Baltimore.
- et a " QIaGr.T ME NOT" hook from your Druggist.3
~ I The Clothing
'P ~ .)g men the questlin of
eCs is a serious matter, bccause
-e not .found the right place to (1o
:1 uying, . . . , . .
A visit to our place will relieve you of
-~further wvorry, as we are showing all the
:est Styles and. Fabrics, and our good
men~it in buying~ makes orbyn
N .t11, . - - - S. C.
T) AYLOR, Photographer,~
.THE. VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS...
i ld i v mad at theW le'st ud iosq of thle lairg'r cities
kind( - not fade. 'that are muulirail andic lifolikt,
(i i < :- ! I at(,st amnd prettiost cards1 to be be '..
ll.e fi m1ubsg and fraes of atny sizo miade to ord(..
,.COM E ON W EDN ESDAY....
* WORK That Pleases-=
THEI( KIND) WEi DO.
IF IT'S SHOES YOUR RE
WE'RE FIXED FOR YOU
ALL STYLE 8HAPES AND SIZES
BATTLE AXE SUOE9 for nOn. women and childron, the best.
nke on earth, idi prices. . ,0 to $ s 50.
0OOMAN'S SHOES for ehildron
- - - .600 to St.60.
PETERS' BLACK DIAMOND Shoes for ien . $2 00, ?.5o, 8 00.
'SELZ ROYAL BLUE Shoe fur men $3.00 to $8.50.
SrETSON SHOE for n - - . . 00,$550.
JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER CAR MITCHELL WAGONS.
. Mitobell & Lewis aro the olLest :naituracturors in Amt rica.
They make nothing but wagons, and use the very best material
that moneycan u1y. Try ono Mitchell and you will never run
any other kind.
Watch For Our Spring Announcement,
We will 1.o eironger along all lines this spring than ever
before, especially Clolting, Dress Goods and Gent's Furnishing.
YOURS 'i'RU LY,
FolgYer & Tihornley.
W e are Loaded Ve spared no time or
1WITH IO D II energy in searching the,
SPRINGGOODS markets, to find the right
'a9'goods at the right prices,
aANDnd e are satisfied that
ARE PREARED TO we succeeded, and if you
Give The Best Values will come to see us, we
Tmat we aov Ever Given. wila prove what e say
and save you money.
Wo have overything that',i n ow auil potty i) Poreales, Madrases,
Oinghatmi, for early spring wonr. Our whito goods catinot be Burpassed.
Nainsooks, Ma1jdras, Pignjlos. La,1ws, DimlitiO.1, SwiSS, Organd111iftS, etc. 1?
wool dres0 goods, -Wo carry i omploto lino of ill btIks and olfored
goods n, pricos from the ceiapest upl to two dollars the yard. We can't
go any higher. Men's, wolin't and childrOl's hiose ; plain anMd fune1Cy at
prices to milt the tinis Wo make a speciuilty of a1 ladies indervest, tho
bHt 1(0 cnt, selr on the mnarket, also tho best 25 cent 111an's vest.
jiblIons and Fancy Aft 0le.-Wo are aich nowledgod leaders in those
goodui, uoir suik isi irger titn over. BhoM.-ewe don't hava to
talk ioes mue4. People wi live been blying shoes of mno for fif
teen yers stil come and bring their friends4, for they know from expor
iviee th.it they get. botter shloxes from 11s for lois m0onoy, than aly on
olso. Gur stock is full and completo. Comto to Greenville and savei
monley by trading with us,.
A. K. Park, w's Greenville, S. C.
Cabbage Plants and Sea Island Cotton Seed
Cobbage Plaents for sale, an(1( no0w rely for <Ielivery. "ihrly Jersey WVakfefijt" and "Char
Ies.toun Lu.rge Type Wa'tkefield," t wo earliest sharphej'ltct va rietlls and hen111l in rotti onl st named10
".Siccession," "Autgus.ta Trucker" and "Short Stemn 1Iat Dutchu," the three best flait-headl~ vari
etijes 01mi he(1l in rota1tion na u ellI. I'rl'es: ShI 2le0 thoutSaltii $1 .5o4 5,tM1100 an1 over SI .25 per
I ,tbllh 10yii0 aind over, $1 per 100.0l. Termhs: t'ash with oirtler: or ptlanits setrl (1. 0. D)., purchaster
pay ing returtn charge on t mtoniey. (Our phi nt heilds 1(en p'y :t- acres oin South C a rolina1 sell Coasit,
atid we un wlorsttul growling thtemt int the openi nir; tou1ghi ttA hard ily; they will sital Seve~ro colcl
withou11t IntjuItry. PhIitt erntlell for sipmeniat weight 20 lbs. 1e r'l 1 1111 an lL we~ l ispcIal howv rates
or hpromi transp i~hotaltion)1 by Sout hern FExprtels Co. I kno of11 ill e hl ' tts you enn11 huty cheaper
111t otl mie. I setll goodl plantts . Not ebenap "ilut raite" pinnuts :-hi ppled1l tro 'y ftarmt. I gua trantee
tose! that I ship to heo true to type aniti ninle, amt1( growni fromt high giatie seelsh<i urchaused from ,
twot of the mtl~ ost eiable seed( housesiC Int the~ Unted Staltes. I will teftidl putrchase iprice to tiny
isat, itlrlt cuistome a111lt etnd Of 81eason1
Our Cotton 3et d1. Iint of our tonig Sttaple variety Of St. \ lILA N I)U CO'l'PON isold L~his year in
Chairlestont (on et)0 abeltr 2, at 32e. pter ptound~l. Seed l$1.5 ter hu.;, iots o 01 butl. and1 ovCer 2l per1
.\ y spec'li.iity: P'rttni t shilpmen~t, 'Trite vitics, ntid itiaiti.ed customlters. I Ihave been ini the
p4lint butsintess for , yearsn.
Wm.I C. ERATYV, "1Ih CAI1Ai2 ',.'' NITN, Yotngs Is land, S. C.
=0r optttd L0ening=t( t~e
WVas a gtand suIc(css'. M\any' peCople from a
distance, especially fromI Pickens county,
were wvith us5 on that (late and purchased.
It is not too late for you to call and be
suic~d in your :
A large and~ weli selected stock to select from.
WE STRIVE TO P1LEA SE. Your patronage.
solicited. Very resp)ectfully,
lirs. W. E. NESBITT, Prop'r.
Bong Ton Miillinery Parlors.
GREENVILLE, - - - SOUTHI CAROLINA
VS'Miss Julia Griffin is with me and would be pleased
to have her friends call on her.
We noed, your beet cattle and
will pa"y good pi)1ces for thorn.
WVe have our refrigerator ready for summer. It is
by far the best one that has ever been put up in Pick
ens, and will keep meat to perfection. We handle
only the nicest of beef and lots of it..' If you buy
from us onlce you will buy again. We appreciate
your trade and will do our best to please you.
Crane & f-lames..
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