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Z~~~~~~4 4;Itm~n gi~
8aIRnus 0! a LOcal U1 NNW WiJt! 0
-r4*. A. Gilreati, of Grbenville i
vie1 tag his mother, Mrs. .. A. Gil
10W-1h, ih PideNUS.
" and Mrs. J. W. Blanton,
of M e11o, $a'#ate, t1eited Rev.
--Miss aiyrtielder is the char.
minig guest of her Aunt Mrs [. Rt.
Jones of A idek;8ri Ud week.
-E H. Crai.aud.,vife spent a por
tin of last week %ith relatives in
W alhalla, returnirg . home Mi-maday
-N-xt Friday i -ihe (lay for the
regular monthly tuvoting of the
Pickens Chapter U D. C. rake no.
-Mrs. T. C. Johnson, of Green.
wood, S. 0,, is visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Ballentine, of
-Miss Annie Robinson, from
Fairfield county, is spending some
time hero visiting at the homue of
Mr. and Mis. 0. E, Robinson.
-The funeral services for Ephradim
Gistrap will be preached the 4th
Sunday in August by Rev. C. L. Mc
Kain at Now Hope church at11 a. ni.
--Clerk of Court A J. Boggs be.
gan yesterday to take testimony in the
Pickens desponsary case, and will re
port his findings to the supreme
court for action by them.
-Prof. J. L. Murphree began a
singinig class at Porters Chapel on
last Monday and will begin one at
Antioch the 21st. lie sayti all who
wish to do so can attend toth for the
price of one.
-Married, August 5th, at Oolenoy
church Mr. Ttlor Clark and Miss
Mary Trotter, in the presence or a
large unmber of friends. .J. D. Situ
mDons, N. P. tfficiatitg All of Pick.
-Mr. McD. ikker will begin a
ten days' music school at Coneord
Baptist church August 21. The
school will close on Saturday night
befors the first Sunday in Septem
ber with a concert.
-Married, at the residence of the
officiating minister, Rev. 11 C. Atkin.
son, Sunday arternoon, &ugust 6th,
AMr. W. C. Garrett to Miss Eissie
O'Conno,'. '.ho bappy- cou ole have
the congratulations of their muany
friends for a long, happy andl useful
-P. .a. Dacus called at this oflic
Monday on his wvay home from Oconee
county-, where he has been super
4 intending the opening of a gold mine
in the old Keith quarter .f the Cheo
wee valley. He head with him some
fine specimens of quartz and reports
the prospects as flattering.
-Don't fail to attend the mrusicale
given tomtorro,v (Thursday) night, the
10th inst . in the Liberty school
building, by Miss irene Clark and
class. A line program will be rend.er
ed and an enjoyab~le time will be had
by all who go. Goodly crowds from
neighboring towns should be present.
--RB. Hi. Crane, J. D). Holder and
R. T'. Griffin are candidates for cot
ton weigher for Pickens township.
S.ee notice of election which takes
place on Saturday August 19th. Come
to the polls on that (day pirepared to
vote according to the dictates of your
conscience andi look to the best inter
ests of your self and your home mar
--The 3oun~g hiduas of the P'icketrs
]3apltist, churt chi have orgenizedl a so
jent wmok. to~ be known a' t.e Sian
dlard J3k-are . T1his in aL good mtove.
menti onu t h' part of t hear; young pe0O.
I b- n10( we p1 edict. for them glo; ions
results . M ay this be an inspiration
to ot hers in ou r chuarchep to conse
or'ia th.masl ves to such blessed
no,.k7 ri.. s. -'b'ing nobler or
. to serve the
* of youth.
- ugus t 5th a big
a - e vas 1held at the
G ites school h'o te. 1 4 citations by
. the children wverer held and( an appro
prtiate talk by the teacher Prof. Going
was made, then followed an edunca.
tional adda ss by Rev'. W. G. Mauldin
who 24pok. on1 opport unity or the past
ani present. Dinner was then sorved
on the ground and a royal spread it
was. The evening exercises consist
ed of an address by lon. Julius E
Bloggs from the subiject, the Influo,,ce
of thought and by Supt. of Educatiot
R. TI. Hiallumi on Consolidati m, L ica
Tlax ando LI'ibraries. A anhscriptiot
was taken for the purpose of gettiat~
a school librar-y. A fter adjour-nmon
.A. B . Riggins treated the crowd t<.
watermelons. Every body enjoyei
the day tine and returned home wel
W olt, h i -io* *ith the-, Ptoki
-Afe. id*er, of Anderaon is visit
ling her sister Mirs. J. *11. Attaway it
-John D. Harris and family 01
Lenderman, S. 0. spent last wee?
with his mother, Mrs. M. J. Harrih
-Mrs. W. E. Dicken and children,
of Birmingham, Ald., are on a visit
to her sister, Mrs. E.' A. Gilreatli, in
-'Patrons of the Big Store will
miss the sniilig face of B.' 1. Par
sonA for a while. He is off for a trip
to Georgia and Alabama inl the
--Rev. Thomasi Loitell clo-ed a tel
dayv lleeting in the Pickem Met hot.
ist c-hurch Sunday night. He inbored
zeilouely and faithfull y fighting sin
in all its foris( and aecoipliihed good
---Rev. D. W. Iliott closed a sie
cessful meeting Suiday at Pisgah
and beganl a mnceting at George'
Creek Sunday night. H1e will . be as
sisted by Rev. U4. A. Sublett. The
singing will bo in charge of J. A
--The call published last, week
brought a numuber of people to town
yesterday and after meeting and dis
CIssing the situatioll ill Pilckeis (1011
ty, they organized themselves mito a
:'Law and order League" for the sup.
pression of the illegal traffic in whis
key in the county, if such there be.
For want of space the full proceed.
ings cannot be printed until next
-On the first paige will be found
notice of a railroad rally to be held
at Pie: cetown on flext Tluesdav, 15th
instant. This is a nuoveleit looking
to a trolley line from A nde-rsion to
Pickens. The conmit tee of arrai. e
Iments. 0onoist ing of W. I. Tucker,
Dr. C. L. Gnyton, W. A. Cason, L
R. Tucker, A. C. Webb, J. H-. E.1od
and L. . Watson, through A. M
Guyton, se retary, inform n that.
thy-V want a good crowdt to be prep
ent; that speakers from Pickens, Eats
ley and Anderson will be presnt; that
dinner will be served on the gronmid.
This is a golden opportunity for the
people of the Ooie.nov section; they
should go down and join hands and
pull for the road, for it would mean
an extension of the line beyond
--The street hands have been or
dered out and. the streets anid side
wvalks of tihe town of Pickens are get.
ting one of the most thiorough clean
ings up that they have ever had.
Itight no0w mnoet of the wvork is being
lput on Cedar Rock street; the rail
road track is being mov-ed out of this
street and a nice sidlewalk( is heing
constructed in front of t he Hotel
H-iawaitha and( on) ouit by the gradm I
school builing to the c( muetery
W hen this waorin is compilleted other
st reeets w'ill receive their share of
the brushing op that they nmeed.
Mayor Bruce anmd his excellent hoard
of Aldermen dheerve, and have, the
thanksc of the citizens of Pickens foir
doindg all in their power to make this
one of the prettiest towns in thle
Piedmnont section. Now let thiemi joini
hands wvith the county 0mmi ssioners
and fence in the Court House sq'bare
and turn it into a inice park and the
young ladies ot thie town will adorn
them with the first flowers that bloom
-All thiose wvho we~re in at tend-l
ance at the reunion of thoeu' Mulin
famuily, wh ichi was held1 at the homute
of Mllr. EarIle Ki unemore~ St hnranyI,
Aug. 5th, wiill long remembi~ter the
dlay as onie of ple'asure andl soaebd , n
joymentl~. Although the dav was a
beuautiful one man~1111y wi'ee kep~ t nwiy
by sickness in their im mediate tamti
lies, and the attendan lce was niot gas
large as8 on former occasions; hiov CV evr,
a goodly' number were on hand, andl
the way ini which they entered into
the spirit of the occasion wdo evideece
that they were out for a good time
anud they had it. Among tihe family
con nectionsH presenIt from Packemns
we're ?MJr. Jeire Lo oper amid wife, Mur.
Jihn Boggs and famiily, Mrs. M. F'
Hester aund Miss Kate Hiester. Mr.
Kennemnoro's home is oun ideal oneI
for t hesoe got herings, and verily then
fa-ntily live tunder their own vine and(
tig tree, for bothI the vine ande tree
aire laden wit h fruiit , as also the up
ple ando the peach - somelhmin g outt of
thle regulart this season a favoredO~
spot in t his fav ored land1, andl holy
they all live longa~ to enljioy it and
H ow t o A elid A PeiWcuiltis.
Momt vialtimIs of appenidici t i are thlose'
w-ho aro habhil itI uallycoshi pated. Olin
t Laxative Fruit Sy i up nreis chrVoli cona~
stipation by itimuilat ing thle hiver aund
b 1owels and resHtores t ho natturi-at tiu
Iof the biowels. Orino Laxative Frail
Syrup does not nauseate or gripae andi i3
mild and pleasant to take. Refuse sah
stits Pinkenn D~rng Co.
WLilniedifg 16 belt
S008dtg . 0 U b ODoo tahd nuta
--A good ineetibg isin Jrogress
I Secona this week.
--1Iev& R. A. Sub!ett will preac
in the Pickos Ba)tist church nef.
Sunday night. Prof. J. A. Durharn
will bo with him to lead in the sing
--Hon. Ben 11. Tillman, who e
tablished the dispensary in 8outt
Carolina, is out in a letter in wuiel
he say1s: "If the (1ispenisary cannol
h0 purI'ifil(, I'll hl1) kill it." Ge
.yonlr pitcllfo k road Y, Benl, *oU Caln'
pirify a liqor dei.-IlIartwell (Ga.
Cured Jly 'ev, I aok:I Nunnn11er' i Cold.
A.1. Nrsbaam. !;d( vie, Idiana
wnite: '- Lait yet . I7 sntifo(d for thrll!
Uontlh wit ia 'ninl(7 (o 'l dtreIdsN
ing that it ilt (o F41 t %V y btaiiuosl,
I hld m1111n1y of' :I-- t4) IItosIN of 1a'e
fevor, and a doe!.)r'4 prs(mc-iJption( did not
reahol lily 81: and I 't4k svleral medi
oies which ms.ned oily h) aggravatv
iy enso. Foriti tiaty I itsisted npon
Iavimai Foloy's H.Ilney and Ia 1r and it
qniekly eured m'. My uie hit I ii
used Foley's Holey tIn' Tar With tile
R1ame suecess." P1ickensl Drug Co.
Will Picnic nt O'Dell's Spring.
Liberty, 8. C., A, n. 7. - The Lib
6rtY Sudl(l6ay vechools' i will picnic at W.
T. O'Dl)'s ;prinag tho 15th inst.
Let all A futnniaaers4 remember the
basket pienic and speiakitag Friday,
the 11th. Amnotg other zpeakerf
Senaator- ILatimer is expected. All
farmers are invited and all members
of the Viirmers Eduncational and Co
operetive Uioa (n11 of America etspecially.
Aunothetr Good Mila Gonno Wrong.
He negleeted to take Foley'R Kiduo3
Cure at the iifit signa of kidney tootible
hopaing it would wear away, and b14 wai
0oon a vic im of Bright's disease. Thenc
N danger in doiny, but if Foley's Kid
nPy ('ur-0 is 1-Ikn it onc1e the symptomi
wilt disapiAaen r, the l'(ldneys are starength
(11n4d AM yon ;-reafi slon soind and well
A. It. 13:iss, of Aterganltown. Ind., lan
to) get. n11) ten or twelv times in th
night, and had i severni backacho am<
Iills in the kidlneys, ud W1as cared b3
Foley's Kidahey Cure. PickenR Drug Co
- - - ' O . . .- -
Bears the I ho Kind Yon Havo Always Boo|
Central, S. C., Aug. 7.--As tb
great piaiting contet is over an
the publi l1s alniost for'gotten it w
Wish to bring it fites6 to the tind
of the perople ubo so earneitl
worked in the cttatest and to than
them for thir ii liberal sup~port. to Ce
tral B~apti~st eborehael. In regard
the palintinig we wish to extenad ol
lthaks and4 1 app reci,aiona to the Seni
anel Journ Jtal fo r their 1 liber'alityv and
iUncle Zake for' the neat, workmai
like ml~aner int which he dlid I
work. Tnasteaid tof aa old wveath<
hecatet. straiuctIare', Cenitra! B~aptia
churiach now hainies as whlite as suos
whichl -p-waks londe r an w~ittords ft
Uinc'le Zeke's tr-ush tad thle mnaterit
class. To il Sea. t ianel Journal'
help is diue thlis chiiht b~te~ig p)ainl
e'd, and~I i ha malit. ers a41 lpreciate t hi
The faImr are1Stl' aboait done wvor
t'dllitt poactedaii etaogs anjd melon
at 4' thle or ~ de of lie dlaty
T1here will bet a1 S(.ie4 of mieetingf.
at the l.ht~ist, ehaurchi beginnid
Angust 19, condul ctd byi Ji 1. L. Vast
pa:storl, ~and liev. Mir. JiLugston, <
Grievill . Fi.,
GIvYen Up to 1)ie.
Evtl~anas il, .itnd., u a t''s: "Flor' 'IOe'
e hera'ct i'us wh ieb ej astd mae mti<
ii atd worr ay. 1 ho't flesh and wasa i
a' 'a down-1, ;iand a yeart' n hiatd to a1bat
dIn a ka ent ir'y. I iad threen of tI
biesi phaysmiaans who' dad mue no got
and14 I w's pr' I cll Iby givena up to di
F'e's Kida newsrcmed
an te h' ottaIn gav t'i 1e gr'eat reClie
attnd :.1 tor ininga thet see mdt bottLie I wi
entlir'eat cred.'' Picketns Dru'tg Co.
for.chu~dra-s aafe, auere. JNo oplatei
Not ice to Te'aCIcrs.
Pirke'ns, 8. O., Aug. 7, 1905.
(15) fifteenth. E~x'a'ina ion to beg
itt. I9 o'~el k at. m'. A pp)1~lman mutt, fut
n lbish thir ownm ataie y, legal eip i
prefi'tI'I 4. Sincret'y' sonr'S,
Co. Snyt. Edncation.
O seas Scat !25.HI(1. One of'the lead ianaho
for 1'oun ag la.nies i the* Hont h. New bua ilini
(Irand 441 m iuntin 'cnery l a Vta loev of Vilrgina
fameitd foar heia'thl. Itiuropean andttt Amaeric
irenceers. I'a 'u corse Conervator' atdvan t
ini Aa ~i t M ' ale nd Iinteu Ifon. Cert flenate- we.~
(Slecy. St uidentas fromt 30 States. I or enaltog
Mv Aia aT a s'. h11 Itills I'res, iitOanoke. Va.
Notlee (of Finial Settleel
Pr,'litte Judt~gte for' Picknnts coity,
St'' th day ' f Sep tember, 1905, for
timla sadith awt'n ott thle ett4' of Elia
hthad . T. i~' i4'l ls eed at1ili)Ot l o
Anu. 8, 1905 Administrators.
A FULL SUPILVI O- ThOSE
noW in Stock-stand and swinging. The best
)amp in the world today. Not a one of them, has
ever boon known to explode.
Special Prices to Churches.
Plenty of Candy.
-at 6o cents per pound.
PiclBOi Drug C.
DURINC THE NEXT
Ih have some special prices to offer the trade for
cash on Shoes, Hats, Pants and various other
things useful in the home and on the farm too
numerous to mention. When you get ready to
Buy a Suit of Clothes
this fall don't fail to see me before you buy and
get up-to-date tailor-made goods at the lowest
prices. Such goods have neyer been offered in
this section. Each suit made to measure and a
neat fit guaranteed.
J. F. HARRIS, By imnself.
This is the Suit that you should be the
Y most careful in selecting, as one lives in a
k business suit six days out of seven, and .
one expects naturally to be more satisfied
in picking out this class of apparel than a
more dressy suit.
Now we Have (liven Special
Attention to This Line,
And are ready to please aniy one. To see
is to buy. Come in and be one
t of the lucky ones.
Sole Agent for Hlawes ilats and Dutchess Trousers.
BSouth Carolina College
,Four Schools: Arts,
System of Wide Election
Expenses Moderate. Opens Sentember 27, i905.
BENJAfIIN S5LOAN, President.
hI .- -- -
" Notice of' Finial Settlemnenit
e I will apply to J. B. Newbery, Pio
d bale .Judge for Pickena county, on the
n. Irth day of Angnst for a ihal settle
m1itent of tlic citaqte of Samuel Jones,
f, deCcoasetd, anud ask to ho diumIissed.'( as
a admninitritor. HI. L. CLAYTON,
July 19, 1905.
.Pursuant to an order signed by His
Honor, Gleorgo F. Prinae, J1udge oif the
10th .Judicial Carouit, and dated .Jnne
9th, 1905, notice is herebhy givent to al
creditors of William TP. Field, dIOcIatedJ, TH 3OSCTONuSI
)W to prove. thesir claims against himt withmn
* thirty daya from the (late of this ordter SMLSSIOQSRS
n or b)0 fotrever b~arred. Tt URYGNIGSSg
r-A. .J. BOGOS,GisFedrCnesstc
Clerk Court of Common Plea',
31 Pickons county, S. . 0 BBES MACHINEPU.
College of' Char'lestoni
1785 Charleston, S. C. 1905
a. 120th yoar begina. September 2), Let
;tern, Scies'c., Enigineering. One Alto aes ossigo on
Sscholarship giving free tuition to each (10bil.11((latl U 'tIg4, grc
~county of Sout h Carolina. Tuition $40. gig$,0) n l aepybet
e" Board and ftinrihed room ini dormitory mhv eu oe rmm os
n-. $10 to 912 a month. All candidates for drn h buc fuyoeo h
te ahdmission are permitted to comnpeto for rnie.adll)COf5reheb
vacantt Boyce schlairships which pay trCdntotaefrnaeAlirl
-$100 a year. For catajogue addresR rwa(wil)0ladf etnofSU
lIHARkISON RANDOLPHl, President. tom.Smofliaparabrpr
For 2 Days Only. tibry8.0
a Next FRIDAY and SATURDAY
11 I will nell the very b)oat machinla Oit
5 gal". for $1.00) it is wor th and sella atIL t us d you
'35n. that will bethe price after Saturday.
mehaeeee ltolnmronm hu.
T.IiniA~~iS Jpnti ng. enrunn
9 7, 'M1 *,
Just received a car load.
Also fresh car Flour, Salt, Mitchell Wagons, Chase
That 20 per cent. discount sale on Men's and
Women's Oxfords, Light Summer Clothing and Dry
Goods will continue till Sept. 1 st. Don't miss this,
opportunity for bargains.
Folger & Thornley.
Clothing, ShoRC, Hats and Genta' FurnishiDgs a specialty. Sole
agents for Mfitcholl Wagons, Chase City Buggies, Stetson Shoes and
Carhart's Uniou-mnado Overalls.
We aIre constantly selling out
And 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 off, 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 wheneves you need any.
thing in Dry Goods, Hosi&y, Underwear and Shbta.
( A. K. Park, " Greenville,S. C.
Entire Line of Oxfords.
We off er our $1 .00 line of Ladies and Gents
slippers at 85 Cents and $1.25 line at $1.oo
Our $1-.50 line at $1.25.
Men's patent Leather and tan's at cut
prices. Come and see them.
ONE-PRICE CASH STOl. :E
70 acr'es of lar -
on Puimpkmntown roc
12() acres near Travelers Rest,
joining lands of Mr. Thos. Cunningham. Part of the I.
Watson old home. $15 per acre.
Also small tracts of land, 20 to 50 acres.
We have also some very desirablo lots near et .y limits. These h
a long tho car line-$0 each.
Greenville, S. C