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HIPD811a of a LOCal a1di Fersola itfir
-Earle Seaborn, of Greenville
was in Piokens last week.
-N. D. Taylor photographer wil
b in his Pickens studi6 every Wed
--Rev. Loo D. Gillespie, of Por
Royal, S. V., is on a visit to- his pa
rents near Pickens and otheer rela
tives in the county.
- R G. Gaius and Wm, V. Clay
ton of Central, passed through Pack
ene Monday evening on their wa'y t,
the mountains. -
-Will the city dads and the
county comis-sionersi gpt togethei
and fence in the court house lot aund
turn it into a beautiful par k?
-- M r. E l. N . Ke'iti, of Anderion,
who has been visiting relatives in
PnmpkintoNn townshi), was in town
last Friday on his return home.
--Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gresham
and daughter, of Atlanta, are on a
visit to the frmily of M. F Hester
and other relatives in the county.
-The disti ict meeting of Pi thi
ans is being hedd at Seneca this
week. Dr. Bolt. who is one of the
delegates, is unable to attend be
cause of professional business.
A ecientist says that a red nose
may be restored to the no mal color
of the skin by hammeiing it until it
bleeds The next time you see a red
nose sail in and smash it. The
owner will feel greatly indebted to
-There was a good crowd yester
day at Piercetown to the railroad ralli
but Pickens only had the Hon. J. E.
Boggs as a representative. Pickens
does not seem to be very enthusias.
tic over any thing t.at looks like im.
--Mr. Waveuly Hunt, of Pensaco
la, Fla., is visiting hid father, MI. E,
M. Hunt, near Clement. The maui
friends of Mr. Hunt will be pleased
to learn that he has, by his energy
and tact, secured a lucrative position
and they will weleme him during
his stay with us.
-- Miss Irene Clarke had to post.
pone her entertainment from Thurs
day toFriday night on account ol
the inclemency of the weather, and
as a consequence there was not na
large ci'on~d as was expected, but
those present enujoyed themselves
A greatly. The class deserves much
praise, for the renditions were all
classic, anoi provos Miss Clarke to he
an excellent teacher. She left Sat.
urday for a week's stay at Hartwvell,
- A protracted meeting will begin
next Sunday at 01(d Pickins church.
T'he pastor, WV. F. Strickland, will
preach and administer the com.,
munion Sunday morning and preach
a gain at 3 p. mn. Ho will be joinedl
on Monday by the Rev. M. Rt. Kirk
patrick, who will preach each morn
ing at 11 o'clock and again at 3 p)
m. The public is cordially invited
to attend all these services. Bring
dinner and remain for the afternoon
-There will be a special farmers
convention hold at Pickens C. H on
Tuesday, August 29th, for the pur
pose of fixing a minimum price which
the cotton crop of 1905 will be held
for. All cotton growers are specialy
requested to attend. Speakers will
be on hand to set forth the impor.
tance of this aciio'n. Similar conven
tions are being held all over the cot
ton belt. Lot every farmer in th<
county ho on hand at 11 a. m. B3
quent of the F'armers' (Jo-operative
'Cducationgal Union of America.
ecDaniel has set the pace
o *a house question and
a e . . who wish tt
come i. -er. Thiu
shows what -A H1e
will open anot.. - in
running two place.
secommodate those w
hero. Pickens should has~
hote! by the nevt season, ia
only icken, bu every town in l
tains hunting places for refugoel
from Newv Orleans, and as we ari
above the fever line every door ii
the county should .be thrown open t
How to Avoid A ppendteitts.
Mehth ictima of appendicitis are thea
who ai'e habitually constipated. Orin
Laxative 1?init Syinp ores ehronio 001
stipaton by 3timulating the liver an
bowels and restores tihe natural actio
* of tbe bowels. Orino Laxative Fri
8yrp does noruauset or ripe and I
mida pleaant to take, fuse stib
oht Isittq lii mdsttler atuttt
.reltiks Ih the oidnty.
-Mts. Thomas JenkIn9, of Hi
1qr, 4. .i is tieting the family
her father-in-lawp W. L. Jenkins,
-Andrew, Bramlett, -a profess
in the Georgia Technologicallcolleg
of Atlanta, Ga., is spending his v
cation with his parents in Pickens.
- Ordination services will be coi
ducted at the Liberty Baptist churc
next Sunday at 11 a. m., the sermno
beii-g preached by Rev. T. M. Baileo
of Greenville. There are six de;
Col-s to be ordained.
-Miis Grace and Master Georg
Prince have beei vit-iting relaLives 1i
Tanyveller's fiest. They returned t
Pickni. Monduly eve'ning accomnpo
iied by their cousin, Miss Liliai
-Can a Civic Improvemen
Longuo be organized in Pickens
Each town in the county ebld011( or
ganize i league and use their brs
ende ivors to inuorove and beautif
-Rev. 0. M. Abney filled his al
pointment at the Pickens Methodi4
church S nday morning and delivgr'<
a finesermon. In the afternoon h
filkd bis appointment at Bthlehex
beginning at that time a weeks meel
-The Griffin mill site, on Tow
creek, below P. A. Porter's residence
has been bought by Charles L. Cur(
ton and a good corn Mill is bein
erected by him at that point. Yoar
ago j. Ca! Griffin had a mill and gin
nery there and did well with it.
-Die I on the 5th mnst., Miss Vest
the fifteen year old daughter of MA
and Mrs. John S. Gaistrap, after
lingering illness of tuberculosis of th
stomach. Her remains were intene
S unaid ny at Bethlehem, Rev. J. I1
Poster conducting the funeral serviceE
-The Commissioners of Ocone
and Pickens counties should come tt
gether and give the people a bridg
across the Keowee at Chapman
ford. The travel into the JocIAsse
country is heavy and increasin
yearly, and the ford at bigh tide i
impassable and at all times dar
--N. I Hendricks, wife and tw
children, and his sister Mrs. Jobi
Donaghy and children, of Trentoi
Tex., are on a visit to their pareidl
Mr. and Mrs. James F. Heakiricka
near Liberty. Noah looks as youn
as be did twenty years ago when h
wvent to school in Pickens. T1exaisi
treating him well.
-Last Saturday Jordan Brazeal
was driving a pair of mules to towl
and they became scared at an autt(
mobile and ran away, turning iint
the shop lot (in Main street next t
F3olger & T1hornl'-y's store. Tha
wagon struck a Lice andl tho mull
got entirely loose, one of them fallin
over the fence, but they were na
hurt. TI'he wagon also got off ligh
-Sm fl,>wers are an exceller
chicken feed and they grow anywhaer
and are prolific in heads, the see
being an excellent feed for chickeni
Mrs. M. J. Cauley of t-'ickens RI. I
D. 1 has one stalk that is t welv-e feo
and four inches high, eight inchesi
circumference and which has borr
24 heads. This is something of
-Rev. R. A. Sublett who has b;et
helping Rev. D. W. Hiott conadut
meetings at Mt. Pisgah and George
Creek, preached t wo excellent sermon
In the Pickons Baptist church a
Sunday and Monday nights, to larg
audiences. He left on Tluesday
help Rev. Hiatt conduct a series<
meietings at Cateechee.
--In conversation wvithi one of thi
merchants of Pickens "the dull sei
son'' song was being sng when l1
was askedl to look up his records ft
the mnont~h of July of last year an,
this year for a comparison. Upa
doing so be found that lie had sol
$200 more goods this July than la,
1 received the cash for them. Th
opensary wvas i Pickens lust yea
- On M~ondaiy mnorni ng about
o'clock Mtrs'. CIhildress, wife of th
sectioInimastor of the Siouthern rail
way, liviing along the road at lm
wvood mill. w as awakened and loot
ing up discovered a nirly negr
bending over her and feeling abou
the bed. She screamed and callen
hor husband, who woke, and lookin
out the window saw' the negro ma
Sing off through the field toward i
wod. Mr. Childress gave ti
alarm and a posse started in pursui
SSheriff. Jennings was ec>mmuicate
with anid went downm. There is
jpositive olk9W to the negro, and tint
Sly the pursuit was abandoned. rt
thought that robbery was the maotiv
as a house in the mill vdlage was e
tered a few niights before.
h~~~~~ MisniGrfn o retivill
- itstitij taendg in ?iokens ati
k- -Mrs. T. 1. Harris and uhildre
of are visi ting relatived and friends ii
-A. G. Wood and wife, of Wi
or liamstoln, is visiting relatives in an<
', around Pickens.
a- --Mrs. John F, Harris left lasi
week for a visit to relatives in Ruth
I. erfordton, N. 0.
-One of the county scrapes wil
be at work on the west sido of
Twelve Mile next week.
-NIiss Lizzie Massingale, of Table
Mountain, visited. the lis'alie Cauley
of Pickei R. F D. 1, recetlly.
ductod this veek at AntO ci churh,
by the pstir, l(iev. A. J. Manly.
-J. E. Bridges was last wee4
t elected by the couity ComIIImissi.nUej
cotton weigher for the town of (e1.
t -Mr. and Mrs. Thomas N. Hunt.
er left yesterday for a trip to Cotcar's
Head Brevard, N. 0, and other points
in the Blue Ridge.
t --r. L 0. Mauldin who is con
i ected with the Medlical Department
I of the Bureau of Pe1:,sionS, Wiashing
i ton, ); 0.' is on a visit to relatives in
-Ever3 body concerned is invited
I to turn out on Friday before the 4th
Lord's dIlly (25th inst.) at Enor
church for the purpose of cleaning
off Lhe graveyard.
-Rural Mail Route No. 4 starts
from Pickens on Sept. 1st with J. it.
Ashmore as carrier. This route will
cover the star route now carried by
W. (. Bramnlett.
-Mr. .1. J. Jones, a well known
citizen and good farmer of Greenville
county. residing itt Marrieta, visited
his sister, Mrs. J. F. Cauley, of Pick.
ens it. F. D. 1. itcently.
-Prof. J. L. Murphree will sing at
Antioch church next Sunday at 3
e o'clock, p. in Every body invited to
attend. He wilI begin a ten dav
e singing school there on Monday fo
-- Supervisor Lynch has inspectot
te road from Pickens C. H. to Sena
tor Carpenter's place, and the cros
o roads recently worked out by th<
convic: and r-eports the work done
Iin a satisfactory manner.
-The younger Bet of Piekens en
joyed a delightful evening at the
ehome of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hlagoot
SFriday. Dancing was iundulged
in and ,refr-eshmnents were served.
Those presen t speak in glowing terms
of Mrs. [Hagood as a hostess.
-E. D. Chastain, of Walnut
SSprmngs, Tex., who has been in Pick
'ns counity on at visit to relatives. and
r-cecuper-at ing a l:roken leg, was in
I ickens Tuesday with his brothe,
W ~ade 11. Chastain. AMr. Chastatin is
t ailroadling in Texas and leaves for
(lhat state next -'eek,
t -The commissioners of G reenvilhai
e anfd Pickens countias have let the
jcontract for a covered wooden bridge
across the Saluda, knowvn as the Ha
good bridlge to Mr. Bane for $874
The br idgo is 84 feet in length,
a wveatherboar-ded aind shingled-oi
e the same p~Iln a the Cox bridge.
a --The c)unty commafissioners ar
receiving bids for painting and kal
n somi1ning the oflioe rooms in the
t. com t house and1( considering plamn
'a for fencing and erading the couri
a house park. Good for them. Th<li
a people appreciate a hoard with ar
e, eye for- imuprovemients and~e the beau
The-12c Big Store is maiking imn
pro)vemtets for their fall traode; the:~
Shave built iihi blctoiy in thet b~ack ein<
of t.he dry goo'ts a epartmoenct and wil
e put~ their millinery depar-tmenit nj
rthere, the clothing deportmnenct beding
1) undernaeath.- They have pot icn "'a
n silent saclesmn" showvcase in thi
jfront and have changed thing
t around so5 as to add muchi to ti
e lioks of ibinigs. Mr. B~ruce loavo
.for New York 43(xt week to fliil
buyving his stocek, some stock huaving
4 been bought early' which is on th)1
'a way, anid lhe expa ecs to have th ho o
line of gowds tigey have e-er- carr-ice
and the best seascon's tradle ii the-i
G.iUvenc Up to Dile.
I .Si-el 24N. -Virginia St.
Evansville, Id, writes: "'For over- fly
years I was tronbled with kidney onm
bladder affetionis which caused me muel
palin '1nd wvorr-y. 1 lost flesh and was ali
ericn down, and a year ago had to aban
e don wvork entirely. I lad three of thei
tboaet physicians whlo did me no0 goot(
'and I was prtic~ally given up to die
d Foley's Kidney Cure was recommendo:.
30 and the (irst'hottle gave m-e great relief
and aifter- takingt the s'econd bottle I wa
- entirely cnred." Pickens D)rug Co.
is --- --
e, Bara the a itt ind You lHave Alway Bog~
A FULL SUPPLY OF THOSE
now in stock--stand and swinging. The boat
lamp in the world today. Not a one of them lias
ever been known to explode.
Special Prices to Churches
Plenty of Candy
-at 60 cents per.pound.
Picoies Drug 00.
DURING THE NEXT
I 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.
. Yours truly,
J. F. HARRIS, By Himself.
This is the Suit that you should be the
most careful in selecting, as one lives in a
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 weliave (Given Special
Attention to This Lmne,
And are ready to please any one. To see
is to buy 'Come in and be one
.of the lucky ones.
Solo Agent for Hawes Hats and Dutchess Trousers.
South Carolina College
Four Schools: Arts,
System of Wide Election
Expenses Moderate. Opens September 27, 1905.
BENJAI1IN SLOAN, President.
Nice of' Final Settlement
I will apply to J. B. Newbory, Pi"
bate Jlndge for Pickens county, on the
1(:th day of Anignat for ai final settle
ment of the "state of Samuel Jones, 0
de(Iceased, andmi nek to be diamixsed as
adminiistrator. H. L. CL AYTON,
July 19, 1905.
Purant to an order signed b~y His
fHonor, Georgo F. Prinae, ,Judge of the
10th Jnmdicial Circuit., andt dted~C( Jnnme
9th, 1905, nIoice in hPeeby given to) all
cceditorsi of William TI. Field, deceaeed, E 3OSCTONPfI
to p~rove thme ir claima agasinat. hin wvitinm ~ .uINOSS,3
thirty dlays from th~e dato of this or.1er
or bo forever barred.T.MUAYGNi SSM
A. J. BOGOS, SmFdrCn.~,Ec
Clerk Court of Common Plea, -
- 0Pickena county, S. 0. WXAHM3rih
Col lege of' Chiarlestoni
tern, Seitasy, sngoneerig. On
soho',rami pgivig fro tutionto ech Aloto apFeers Consiengo, E to,
17ln f85 'm Charln .. 'luto $90.5u il n hte otaeago
Ihoard anid furnished rootAiiN rmitory gatinig $1,000, and all made payaiblo to
$10 to $12 x mfonth. All ca laicato for me,, havo bo0on a-tolen from my hmouse
admission are peOrmitted to, 6rill etc for duimg the absence of any one on the
vacant Botee ucholarshiipa *bl ch pay pi-emises, and all persons are hereb~
'$100 a year. For catalogne addlreas warned not to trade for name. A libera
HARRSONRANOLPH Prsidnt, reward will be paid for return of ,amne
HARRSON ANDLI'I, Pesidnt. to me. Some of thjese paj era boar par
.. p jaymentsm and have )een running
Next Friday and Saturday sinee 190)2. J. FRANK BOGGS,
16 lbs. grannlated sugar for $1.00; it's 4 - Lbry .,
better to bring acks to umt it. in,
Jnnietta Horso and mdul Shoes and -
Nails 20e a aet. 18U uS .0 y0U1
Will pay 13o lb spot cash for all the
goo borne made hams you bing me. Joh Prntin
L2, L ,!k,
ust 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. i st. Don't miss this'
opportunity for bargains.
Folger & Thornley.
Clothing, .Shoes, Hats and GentA' Furnishings a specialty. Sole
agents for mitell Waons, Oinae City Buggies, Stetson Shoes and
Carhart's Union-made, verftli.
We are 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 whenever you need any
tbing in Dry Goods, Hosiery, Underwear and Shoes.
A. K.Park, "s Greenville, S. C.
Entire Line of Oxfords.
We off er our $i.oo line of Ladies and Gents
slippers at 85 cents and $1.25 line at $i.oo
Our $1.-50 line at $1.25
Men's patent Leather and tan's at cut
prices. Conme and see them.
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE.
70 acres of land near Marietta, S. C.,
on Pumpkmt~owni road. *10 por acro.
1'20 acres near Travelers Rest,
joining lands of Mr. Thfos. Cunninghaml. Part of the Butler
Watson old home. $15 per acro.
Also small tracts of land, 20 to 50 acres.
We have also some very dlesirablo lots near cc *y limits. These lots are
along the car lijn--$60 each.
THACKSTON & SON
Greenville, S. GO