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H8996118g8 of a Local and Personal Nature
-How long before that new cottoji
will be rolling in?
-A. J. Boggs, was indisposed aIO
week but is again at his post of duty..
-Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. R.
Crane, on the 24th instant, a boy.
-Miss Essie Ilagood, of Ea I
visited relatives in Pickens last we
-There is always a soft berth 1oroi
the fellow who ban rout some one o
out of it.
--irs. Folger, of Central, is'. Ofl a
Visit to her sister, Mrs. J. H. Ambler
-Mrs. C E Robinson, of Pickens,
visited her sister-in-law, Mrs. Grandy
in Greenville, last week.
-J. Claude Hutchins, of Liberty,
was in Pickens Saturday. He is
principal of Flat Rock school.
-The best of us talk too much.
"The essence of power is reserve said
a man who know."
The price of cotton seems to be
steadily advancing and New York
dispatches are talking of 12 cent
cotton in the near future.
-Mrs..J. L Bolt who has been
on a %isit to her parents at Anderson
r-towned to her home in Pickens last
--G. W. Latham, of the-east side
of the county, was in Pickens last
week and reports heavy rains, dam
aging crops coniderably.
- Masters Paul Robinson and
Claude Wyatt, of Eiasley, spent a
portion of last week in Pickens with
their fuiends Harry and Whitsitt
-- Superintendent of Education,-R.
T. Hallum, who has been visiting the
schools of the county recently, says
that Pickens county has very fine
crops, to average them.
-We begin this week our now
serial story, 'The Substitute," by
Will N. Harben, author of "Abner
Daniel." You will find the opening
chaptr on the last page.
-Iaaci Gravley was in Fickens
last Friday after lime, brick, sash,
doors and blinds; he intends to fix up
the Parrot place which he has pur.
chased. Isaac is a man who has ma le
good money at farming.
-All persons interested are urged
to meet at Bethlehem on Saturday
morning, the 29th instant, with suita
ble tools for th purpose of . cleaning
< ft the graveyard and church gro'unds.
Le teveryone that will turn out and
-Miss Irene Clarke wvill give her
nual concert on Thursday evening
August 10th 1905 at Liberty 5. 0.
This entertainment promises to bo a
tr-eat to all lovers of music. An ad
mission fee of 15 andl 20 eta. will be
charged to defray expenses.
-A short time ago. a marriage
ceremony was performed not overly
far away, and when the preacher
said to t he bide, "Are you satisfied,
madam, t~o take this man' as your
husband?" she testily replied, "WVell,
n3ot quite, but he's the best I could
* - Tw~o of our young men :were
talking of pessimism the other day,
wvhen one remarked to the other that
a certain young lady seemned rather
pessimistic, whereupon he replied,
"pessimistic is no0 name for it at all
I asked her if she loved me and she
said 'I'm afraid I do.'"
-All persons ierested in the
Mauldin Kennemoro burial ground,
near the residence of Earle E. Kenne.
more, are requested to meet at the
cemetery on the first Saturday in
.August next, the same being the 5th
dlay, for the purtpose of' holding a
reunion. All persona interested are
ft -Th is office acknowledges receipt
of an invitatyu tigatlgpd the twenty
third annual reunion of the Gist Ri
fles Survi vor-s Associttlin, comnposed
* of the survivors of the famous Gist
Rilles (Company D1.) Fampton Leg ion,
which will be held in Spring Park,
W ~ illiamanton, 8. 0, Friday, Atigust
4th, 1905, ut 11 o'clock a. m. All
Confederate Veterans and their fami
lies and Veterans of the Grand Aimy
of the Republic ai'e cordially invited
to be present..
--Some pretty good deals have
been taking place recently in the
county and some good trades 'wero
made. Henry Riggins lhas sold his
farm in the Six Mile section to Chris
Abercromnbi, for a good round sum);
Elsie G irret has dlsposed of his farm
for a igood price to Middleton Heister
and Messrs. Riggins and Garret have
bougjht out the entire milling inter
eats of ,J. C. 'Garrett, including Grist
and toller mills and cotton gin. They
hrave a fine jl1 and a good sect ion of
country to ba them and no doubt
they will do Wvell with their pur-chase.
-If our eople would only wake
up to the facot that we need more cot
tages here, they wvould improve their
vacant lots by btyildinig on them and
decent cottages would be hero for
occupancy. A family cannot now tind
a home in the town. Over fifty ap
plications have been received he re
from loicuty people, miany of
whomethdcottages soi they coul
sperqd 1tb battd termi in our mids~t
T1ho adlon di from llfty to one
hiup r~ asn~es in town for- four
mo~t wold gnean a lot more busi.
nee l(4e n and pay gooed inter
estn o~~~ ney investoed in the
say, *6 are a 'I
aris quotes close pric
bio 4d this neek.
Y-6 Singleton of the Loop
Mn Plekens last Frid ay
rummers are now visitir
thi oleting ordors for fall at
"6 Posie Earle is teaching
ou gbi school at Wolf Urce
--The infant of Mj. and Mrs. ,
-. gtbwart, has been quite sick bu
is somewhat improved,
--Messrs. B. C. Johnson aind 1
F. Day, two progressive citizeis o
nEaley, were in Picken s Friday.
-Misses Freda and Margare
Hughes, of Richland, S. (., are on i
visit to the family of Maj. J. J
-Mrs. Fo-a Lathem has beet
electid to teaci the summer term o
the Mile Creek school, which open
An ice factory and a laundry ar
two. thinga Pickens should work ti
Utatt. Both could be made payin
--What is the miatter wit.h th
holne crop of waternelons? We hav
no personal knowledge that any .
them are ripe.
-We received several first cottw
blooms, but up to this time we hav
not received the first waternelon o
the first basket of peaches.
-The recent and inexplicablo ui
'ard bounces of the cotton marke
have made the faces of the farner
take on a far more satisfied expreo
-This is the season of the year t
prepare for having a fall gard n
Every one can have a good garden i
the fall by going at it now in th
State Superintendent of educat io,
0. B. Martin, and wife, of Columbi
spent a portion of last week with hi
relatives, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Earl
-The farmers in this section at
in good spirits about their crop
though some of them are comp!ainin
that we are having a little to muc
rain, especially for cotton.
-Prof. W. J. Spillman, Agrost,
logist U. S. department of Agricu
ture, will speak to the farmers i
Easley July 31st at 11 a. Im. Fa
mere should not fail to come and hei
-Hovey Earle has been electc
principal of the school at Cateech<
and hi8 sister, Aliss Hattie will I
his assistdint. Mr. Earlo is a got
teacha-r and no doubt will (10 muce
to build up this school.
-As e usual thing in speaking<
a birth it is said that "a bouncia
boy" or a "sweoet little girl baby" wr
horn, b'ut in this instance "a littl
Mann" wvas born to Mr. and Mrs.
A. Mann, on the evening of the 18t
-The game of ball between H1
Liberty and Pucke teams, whic
was played on the Picens diamnon
last Friday evening, was as prtetty
game as has been played mn a lon
time. Both teams played good bn1
and the score at the end of the gan
stood 7 to 4 in favor of Pickens.
-A. B Riggins requests us to a
nounce that there wyid bie a b
Educational Rally on the first :at~u
day in Auguast, being the 5th,
Gates school house. Everybodyi
terested in education are requested
he pr sent. Prominent sp~eakcers ha'
been invited to address the mneetina
Bring well filled baskets and pieni
on the ground.
--We are gladl to see that tI
educational interests of the coun
are being taken care of, and italli
are being. held at the various chao
houses for the purpose of moving
along educationial lines. A call a
pears elsewhueie in this issuo for
rally at Gates school house on A
gust 5th. Others will follow late
Let the good work go on.
--A good citizen of the Pea Rids
section says he 'approves of onr edit
rial on tradirtu at home, but says I
cannot trade in Pickens when othi
towns pay him a qjuarter of a cei
more per pound for his cotton tht
he gets here and they will sotli his
goods just as cheap aid oven cheap<
than they can be bought in his lhon
market. Our merchants -should i
duce trade to c.>me here, not dlrivo
away, and if other towns pay moi
for cotton and sell goods for les
they should fall in line too. TI
b'usiness people of this county an
to vnf labor under no greater disa<
vantages than other towvns an
should'do all that they could
drawv tradle to their owvn atores an
build up their owvn sect ions.
|$100 R EW At) R t 10.
The r-eaders of thms i'' wr will I
pileased to letarn that there is atI leaist os
dIreadled disease H~ at science has het
able to cure in all its stages and thuat
catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cuiro is the 01
ly positive cure now known to the me,
ical fraternity. Catuarrh heing a cainal
tutional disease, requires a constitutio1
al treatment. HIalls Catarrhi Cure
taken internally, acting dlirctly upc
tho blood and muucous surfaces of LI
system, thereby destroying the found
tion of the disease, antd giving the p
tieat strength b~y b~uildhing uip the co
stituton and nassisting nlatuare in (loil
Its work. Tholu proprietors have
much faith iu Its curative powers, th
they offer aOn Hundred Diollars for at
any case that it fails to cure. Send f,
list of testimuonials.
Address, F. J. Chenoy & Co.,
Sold by all Druggists. Half's Fami
Pllsa are the bat.
, T n r ~ ! ,
Ig - 1MS . 1- 0lg -
e -Jarnes Richey, of I : ., vim.
itod the family of 1is un -le, II. A.
3r Richey, lust week.
- -Several comm unications are
crowded out this wook. They will
g appear next issue.
-Miss Minie Griffin, of Green
ville, is on a visit to Mlisses Iuia and
a Maka i:ggs, in Pickens.
k - Mrs. J. N. Morgan, of Central,
is on a visit to her sisters, Mesdames
1P. A. Bowen and Florence Grifi.
l M--Mrs. Belle Davis, of Spartan.
burg, is on a visit to her father, Lar
kit I[ inghes, and other -relatives in
f the county.
---Rev. G. H. Waddell, of Spartan
burg, is in Pickmns. H[o would like
to rent a bottage and bring his family
here for the summer,
-11ev. 0. M. Abney will begin a
series of meetings in the Pickens
M ethodist church on Thursday night,
the 27th inst He will be assisted
by I.ev Thomas Leitch.
-Read J. F. Harris' ad. He says
it is too hot to Sell goods on a credit
but ho can soll them to you as cheap
as any on can for cash, and will b0
glad to trade with you. le handles
e a nico line and his prices are right.
f --There will be an all day singing
at Mountatm firove the secod Suin
day in A ugust. All lovers of music
are invited to come and bring some
C body with them. There will be din.
r nor on the ground.
-The Pickens Drug Co. ttdk fIla.
voring extracts this week. Read it
t and govern yourself accordingly. You
s can always count on anything that
I they sell being tie best of its kind.
Accurate and careful prescription
0 compounding is their specialty.
-Considerable cotton has been
sold since the market has jumped up
e to 10 cents, but there is still a num
ber of farners who have cotton on
hand yet. They aire watching the
mnarkhtl very closely, howevor, and
shout bogit to fall they would no
---Roht. R. Ioark, who own,, the
old school house property, has pulled
the building further down the hill
and has a force of hands at vork re
-modeling it. It will soon be finished
and will make a nice and comfortable
-- Every body interested in the
Ballentino burying groumd one mile
north of Central aro rcquested to
r moet there for the purpose of clean,
ing off the same on the first Thurs
day in August. Every one bring
d tools suitable to work with.
e --There will be an all-day singint
(tat New FriendJship Methodisi
b church the 5th Sunday in July, the
30th instant. Prof. Murphree and
other promninent leaders will be pres
f ent. Everybody invited to come and
gbring plenty of dinnter and Son~g
S -The llev. J. B. Tramnel an.
nlounees. that he will begin a pro.
tracted meetinig at Camp Creek
church on Saturday night before the
e fifth F'uuday in this month. He
h 'will he assisted by Rev. 0. Li. Jones.
(1 All the menmbers and every one inter
a ebted are re(}uested to comne praying.
-Than era is a good chance here for
10 eniterlpiing pet-sont to p)ut ini a
otelephone Ii ne front Pickens to Edens'
or Su t hterlands'store, (on the Oolenoy.
t.. Those people wanit comnmunicat ion
g with t-ho omisideo world and wvould go
r heavily into sutch ant etnterprise. W ho
it. will he tne first to talk it up?
- Mr. and Mrs. (5. W. Ryant, of
Ortanbur, S. C., aro on a visit to
t,ho family of Riev. D). WV. lliott. Mr.
Ry)an visited Pickens county two
eyoars ago, andI he is very much im.
pressedi wil b hter natual advantages
te tantd sees a bright fuiture for the old1
y coutnty. lHe wa-ts very mouch suirprise d
Ls to learn that weo were not heralding
ol our ad vantIages abrwo -d and seokinog
p to get uitizents and in vestors to locate
a -Mr. I. N. Miller, wvho resideu
between Pickens antd Easley, has us
i retutrnetd fromt at fif(teen datyM' visit tc
North Gortgia. IHl haH h~attded uts H
o very interes'~tintg acceount o (f his trij:
a. but for lack of space we cannot puIb
o lish it until next week. lie htad ii
>r ntico) to andu salw sm0 god land
it butt woutld tnot give Itis chatnces in olk
n P'icns county for any that he~ trut
tn across while heo was away.
oe Good for Stomach Trouble and Con
"(Ohamber-lamts Stomttacht and ivert
e0 Talblt' avo done ma a gi oat detal ot
,o good, says U. Townsc of Rat Pottoge,
0 Oterio, Canada. '"Boing t mild physi I
Ithte 'after offects arte tnt utpleastant and
I Ott reCommend them to all who enttfoi
from stomiachi disor-der."' For 5(ale b~
P1Lickonn Drug Co.
dAre Yott Uitng ALtIA'S~~ F'OOT-EASE'
shake itto your shtoex Allenl'H Foot*-ee
-oder. ' tares~ Corns, nuntt tons, pInnfutl Santart
muAt ofbollent fet. Al talt driggists and shite
eo lTh "lcaz.y" MIcrobe.
cA learnod Professor claims to have
nt ('mCov'eed that "'Lazineast'' musd b
a gertm- If the Eminent Dootor is right
R hydale's Liver Tablets can rightly be
termte-d Microb~o Killers, ben 'use they al
ways remove that tired, lazy, sluggislh
afoohnig tatlhas usually booni attributed
to -n torpid ivror constipated bowels.
R ydatle's Livor Tablets are gnaranteedi t
cutre cottstiptationi andl all Liver disorders.
1 'hey ar-e small, complressed chocolate
Scoated talet5, pleasatnt in'oeffect. Reliable,
g Any dealer itt our remedies will return
to your toney if you are not satisfied with
it these tablets. 50 tablets 25 ets.
een~e andbeanineathe bel.
P1dIep flDug Do.
We take this method of warnin'g tie i-sulblic who use our
E XTRACT OF LEMON to be cautious, as it is at least flive
times stronger than any other on the market that we know of.
Use a small quartity-two or three drops to a pi--nld
all will be right.
Plenty of Candy
--it 6o cents per pound.
Picleie Drug DO.
It's Too Hot
for the buying public to run around and hunt bargainP. You can
Ulwaysi find jU3t wVIat you are looking for at my store at low prices,
for I take advantage of the markets, and I am hero
TO SELL GOODS
just a cheap n I cn and make a legitimate profit. I buy the best there
is, and in small quantities, and keep turning my stock over. I pay caish,
take advantage of all discounts, and at the small proflt I ohargo I cannot
af'ord to sell
ON A CREDIT.
1 do a strictly cash business and sell good goods, and if you are not Ratis
fied you get your money back. It is never too hot or too cold to wait on
JOHN F. HARRIS
THE CASH MERCHANT
Masonic Building Pickens, S. C.
This is the Suit that you should be the
most careful in selecting, as one lives in a
business suit six clays out of seven, and
one exp~ects naturally to be more satisfied
in picking out this class of apparel than a
more dressy suit.
Now we Have Gjiven Special
Attention to This Line,
And are ready to lplease any one. To see
is to buy. Come in and be one
of the lucky ones.
Sole Agent for Hlawes Hats and Dutchess Trousers.
F'or YO)UN(U LA D IENtonatoke, V~a. lt fppr.cnitn fnts
openis Se pt. 25., u05. One (of t he loatlitig Schlsli(1( ~ 1 ii httl 1) rgieage
for Youig land les in the SouatLh . New ~u jidings,
r tI n . tiI ("U nt ( ry 1 )11 >ten ' rir g. n 100 ed al aepyt et
fatned for healthI. I uiropeiiIandu Amnericalil ui g to lalc f2ll 10o h
c~sley. Sttulents froin 3( states. lFor catalogue ' m d nttlticteate iea
MA'I l' . \ H * s Pr- ,Io toe toVa.011. ftee fl)'S lil1
Bridg~e Notice. ta ~t in~11( l~ eniuln
On July 28thi, ait 11 o'clock a. mn., at ~Lbry .C
he siteol the old bridge over Saluda -
river., we will let to tile lowest responsi
blo bidder tile rebuilding of the Hagood(AI'I ON
bridige. Plans and( specifientions madeTlESAl O'OTHAOLN.
known on day of letting. (1I ivo jkn
G. M. LYNCH, - W,.B ebm uq. hht Tde
Supervisor Pickens (Ionnty. VltE,.11.Chls11'd ui
JOHN W. WVALKER, tomIogrthllbttrofA ii
Snoervisor Greenville Counlty. tiino ieEtt fadefeao
Notice of1 IIFina Settlemienit iasAm''inva oct 1 (
I will app'y to J. B. Newbary , Pinonihli n ig lrtleknto n
b111te Judge for Pickens~ county, on the CE(ioH(fte18. ' .M~itr
1Cth (lay of Angustl for ai final settle-(teaclththyIi 1111))0)b
mient of thle estato of Samuel JTonca e 1),ilte ol, rPoaeob
dleconsedi, and( :ak to be dismissed ashedaPiklsCrti(ue8.(,01
aohninistraltor. H1. Li. CL AYTON, te 1tdyofJll,1)0,atrpb
Administraltor. Ctoihroa toeoki h ~
July 19, 1905.110)t hv e),ifiitlyhv,
Pnirsulant to Ian order signed by Hb its a I a' 95 n11 :oya
Honor, George F. Pintie, ,Judge of theoforidll!'I)e
1 0th J1udicial COronit, and( dated June .i.
9th, 1905, notice is hlereby given to all Jly12w
ced itors of Williamif T. Field, deceared,....-~. -- ..~
to proIvo their claims11 against him within
thirty3 days from tIbe dato of this order
or bo forever barredl.
A. J1. BOGUS,
Clerk Court (If Common Pions, .
gatingo1,00,eandall mao paybltot
1785havharlest-onn fromCy bo05
1duringyear aesinceSeptenyerne)on tt
$10 too$12.ISomeoofltheAllpcpnridater por
a~lmitItial aurmentsrandt havetbecnmrennifo
IIARSON ANDOPHPrcsdc since MU.R.RAINNKN SYOOS,
- - - ____ --Cin, Fedes Libnergt., Et. C
TTHE TAE O SUT CAOLNA
n..~ th ~1s Knd ou aeAlwtionug ofIthEStt of aInd feCtsof
Signforo mez in:;th Comba S.of Poattob
heda icesCur os, .Co
For too euxt 0 hags
we will offer our entire line of'
Colored Lawns and Dimities,
Light Summer Clothing,
Men's, Women's and Children's Oxfords
at 20 o Discount.
Don't mitis this opportunity for bargains.
Folger & Thornley.
Clothing, Sho-s, Flats and Gents' Furnishing Goods
Salo ageuti foi Mitchell Wagons, Chaso City Buggies, Strouso &
Bros. Clothing, Rattle Axe Shoes, Carlnrt's Union-Made Overalls.
We are constaitly selling out
A nd we are constantly buying In
Every week brings us something new and seasonable
to offer our customers. Our trade has been good this
spring, and to keep it lively during the hot summer
months we have reduced the price on all summer
goods; and all new goods we are now buying are
bought at prices that we can save you money. We
have no old accumulations to run ofl, but will sell you
New, Fresh Goods worth every cent we ask for them.
Our Lawns, Swisses and Organdies are the best we
have ever shown. We are offering some big bargains
in Men's and Women's Low-Cut Shoes and Slippers.
You will do well to call on us whenever you need any
thing in Dry Goods, Hosiery, Underwear and Shoes.
A. K. Park, 'sf Greenville, S. C.
Entire Line of Oxfords.
We offier our $i .oo line of Ladies and Gents
slippers at 85 cents and $1.25 line at $i.oo
Our $i .50 line at $1.25.
Men's patent Leather and tan's at cut
p~rices. Come and see them.
ONE-PRICE CASH STOREa
70 acres of land near Marietta, S. CI.,
on Pumnpkmltown rOoad. $10 por acro.
120 acres near Travelers Rest,
joining lands of Mr. 'T'os. Cunningham. Part of the Butler
WVatson 01(d home. $15 per acro.
Also small tract-s of land, 20 to 50 acres.
We have also some1 very desirable lots near o .y limits. Theso Iota aire
along tho car line-$0 each.
THACKSTON & SC