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aDDifl8 of a LOCaI aid Persoal Nature
-Mrs. J. L. Bolt is on a Niit t<
her parents in Anderson.
.Iisa Lila Folger of Central ih
visiting the Misses Folger of Pick
-Misses Corrinne Newton and Ole
Richey visited in Greenville last
---Miss Mary Newton will teach
the winter term of Town Cred
-Mr. a-d Mrs. H1. ff. Webb colo.
brat'd titeir golden weddiug last
-Mrs. J. B. tobinson of ES4Iy,
visited the family of Dr. J. N. Hal.
lum last week.
-Mise Carrie Hutobing, of Liber.
ty, visited Mrs. T. N. Hunter, of
Pickens, last week.
-J. 1). Carey, Jr., who has been
attending the South Carolina College,
is at home on the sick list.
-Miss Holen Bogge has returned
from Gainesfillo, Ga , where she
went to attend the m:arriago of her
friend Misa Grogan.
--Mrs. D J. Grandy of Greenviile,
spent last week in Pickenq, the guest
of her sister, Mrs. T. N. Hunter, and
brother U. E Robinson.
-A Holiness meeting began at
Ceitral yesterday, Rev. Eugene
Swaney in charge, assisted by R..,.
Clayton and others.
-All of the members and those
who are interested in enlarging T.
bor church are requested to imeet ut
that place at 3:00 p. i -aturday.
..John 0. Carey, president of th
Liockhart cotton will, suiffered a par
tial stroke of paralysis last week.
His friends throughout this county
will be glad to know he is better.
-Married, at the home of tie
bride's father, Mr. J. K. Gillespie of
Praters, on October 4th Mr. R. M.
F1.rguson to Mdiss Kannie Gillespie,
both of Pickens county, Rev. W. C
The opening of the Heath-Bruce.
Morrow Co. was a grand success, and
Manager Bruce is eary much pleased
with their success. Crowds attended
from all over the county, looked, pur
chased and went home satisfied and
- As fine apples as are raised any
where was sent to the editor last
week out of the orchard of Walter L.
Bogge, of Liberty. They were of
the Winebap variety and are superb.
Fruit can be raised on this side of
the mountain that is as good or bet
ter than on the north side.
-Married, at the residence of
Rev. D. W. Hiott, the officiating
clergyman, on the 4th inst., Mr.
Wa'lter C. Kay and Miss Valley
Couch, both of the George's Creek
section. Tihe young couple have
bright prospects for future heppi.
ness and success. May blessing-e at
-A tent meeting commences to.
4 night (Wednesday) at early eandle
light on the upper end of W. W. T.
Nalley's place on the Pickens and
Easley road. Everybody invited to
attend these meetings. Bring your
Bibles, pray much, do good and get
good. This is your meeting and a
goodly attendance is desired.
-The Maxwell-Feagle- David Co.,
proprietors of the Manufacturera'
Outlet, Greenville, have an ad in this
issue which they are very anxious for
you to read and then follow the ad.
vice they give. You will find that a
nice lin. of dry goods, notions, shoes,
clothing, etc., Is carried by them and
that the prices are all right.
- H. Endel, proprietor of the
Globe Clothing fiouse, Greenville,
has recently returned from purchas
ing one of the largest, prettiset, new
est, and nicest lines of clothing and
gents fuirnishings ever shownu by
him. Everything is bran new and
this season's creations and the pricer
tell the tale of so many well dressed
--J. E Hlinton didd on the 9tt
instant at his home three miles wesl
of Easley, aged about 85 years. HIii
remains were interred at Carmel the
day following, Rev. J. P. Mathesor
conducting the funeral service. fl,
leaves a father and several brotheri
find sisters and a wife and threE
children besides a host of relativeu
to mourn their loss.
Want your' moustache or beard
a beatet hem W a w a o n ~tbslA15~
SUFFRED FOR T
Robust Women N
Read the Letters of Grat
Cured by Dr. &8 Ha
Thousands of Testimonials
ceived Every Year.
An ideal Medicine.
I LOUISE MATHIER,
130hurch St., Burling ton,
Vt., Vice-President Bureau of
8Your medicine is an ideal I
woman's medicine and by far
the best I have known to re.
atore lost health and strength.
"I suffered for several years.
My back ached, I had bearing
down pains, and frequent head
"I would often wake from
sleep In such pain that I would
suffer for hours before my eyes
would close again. I dreaded
the long nights as well as the
weary days. .l
"I consulted two physicians,
hoping to got relief. Finding
that their medicine did not
seem to cure me, a friend ad
vised me to try Peruna.
"I am certainly glad that I
followed her advice, for Peruna
was the only medicine for me.
Every ache and pain disap
peared in four months and I -
am in perfect health now.
"My earnest advice to suf- g:
fering women Is to try Pe.
runa, for I feel sure they will
not be disappointed In it."...
Louise Mather. 1&
EnJoying Splendid P! L. E.
Mrs. L. E. Tyler, Santa t o
Monica, Cal., Secretary Santa Monica
Musical Society, writes:
"I was troubled for over three years
with systemic catarrh, complicated by
female weakness and inflammation.
" This induced frequent headaches,
nervousness, hysteria and sleepless
ness. which nothing could relieve until
I tried Peruna.
"I began to feel better after I had
taken the first bottleful and improved
from week to week until at the end of
about eleven weeks I was entirely well.
"I am pleased to say that I have
enjoyed splendid health now for nearly
a year. I have a fine appetite, enjoy
sound sleep and do not suffer from any
more headaches or other pains."-L. E4,.
-L. Rothachild has bought the
biggest and best line of clothing ever
carried by him, and he expects to 'o
tbe biggest busidess with the people
of this coun4y he has ever dene.
-McD Weams wvill close his class
of vocal music at the Second church
at Liberty on Saturday night 15th
instant, with a musical entertain
mont. A nice time is expected. Ad.
-Mrs. Lidie McCollum, wiro of
James L. McCollum, died at her:
home in Toccon, Ga., on tho 3d inst
after a lingering illness an'd was bur
ied at Tabor church in this county
on the day following, R1ev. 0. M.
Abney conducting the funeral ser
vices. She leaves a husband and
four children besides a host of reia
tives and friends to mourn their loss
- 1. H. Simmons, who lives in the
upper part of the county is a good
farmer and champion tobacco raiser'
lie had a small bamnple of it twisted
and on exhibition in Pickens Sltur.
day. The twist was only fifty three
feet and eight inches long and1 weigh
ed twenty-six and one h~alf pounds; ii
took Mr. Bimmon only twveftaights to
twist this tobacco. It was a curosity
to all who saw it.
- - We Call your apecial al ten tion
to the ad of Smith and Bristow,
Greenville's one-price clothiers which
appears elsewhere in this issue.
They ha;o the finest and best line of
clothing and gents' furnishings they
have ever catrriedl and expefct to
clot he the people of t his con rly
They ask all of their Pic-kerns county
frienda and customers to call and in
spect this line. They sav to look is
~-.fohin C. Hun ter dlied at his
home near Pickens on the 8th i nst.
from cancer, after a lii.gering and
suffering illness of long (1uiratiomn lie
w'ras known: to many pe-ople of thle
county havinig been in business o.ev.
eral years ago as a member or the
firm of Hunter and Hawthorne. He
was buried Sunday at Secoina.
It Is not at all an unusual thing for
the grower to put $100 wvorth of comn
mercif fertilizer on each acre of to
bacco land in the Connecticut valley.
~This fact may seem queer to the wvest
*en farmer who has 500 loads of ma'
nure in his barnyard which he has not
enterprise enough to put on his fields.
Is Vegetable, liver pills. That
Is what they are. They cures
SsiCk-hedache. i~eorg:g I
EARSCOMPLICATION OF 11
Vho Owe Their Rel
sefulness to Pe-ru-r
V, * . . :. . ...
C pt Rg e
.... .. .
Completely Regained Her
Miss Edith Roams,726 North Main St.,
Dayton, 0., writes:
"I suffered for some time with both
lung and female troubles.
'I had been under the treatment of a
good physician for about nine months
without obtaining any relief, when
Peruna was recommended to me. After
taking twelve bottles of this medicine I
have completely regained my health.
" I am pleased to recommend Peruna
to any one suffering from the above all
No testimonials published without
written consent of the writer.
We have a full line of V
gle and double- and can fi
Plenty of Candy
This is the Suit that
most careful in selecti
business suit six day
one expects naturally
in picking out this cla
more dressy suit.
Now we Have
And are ready to plean
is to buy. Com<
of the luc
Sole Agent for HaWes Hal
I am local and general ageont for'
the mediines prepared1 by the Salvi
ta Mledicine Oo Acts almost magic
ally pind the cheapest by one hundred
perjeni, when coinptre'd With mledi
ein'es bought at drug tores. WVe
sell three dollars worth for onie dol-.
stored Health and
kmerica Is the Land of Nervous
The majority of women are nervous
secause they suffer from some form of
The greatest obstacle in the way of
"covery in th at they do not understand
h at catarrh is the matn soar-se of their
Women who are in doubt an to thei
bilmente should write to Dr. Hsr$man,
?resident of The Hartman Sanitarium,
"olumbus, 0. Give him a full descrip
ion of your symptoms, previous treab.
ment and age.
le will promptly reply with full dt
rections for treatment, free of charge.
Tater Pad Trusses.-sin.
t any size,
it 60 cents per pound.
: ou should be the
ng, as one lives in a
s out of seven, and
to be more satisfied
ss of apparel than a
se any one. To see
: in and be one
:s and Dutchoss Trousers.
lar and fifty cents done up in combi.
nation packages for family use. Test
it and find out its values.
Come to 0, C. Young, the new
jeweler to have your -jewelry abd
watches repaired. -Works every das
.nd maue-antam att wor., 11ontm
NEW FALL GOODS
Car Loads of 'Em.
Largest Stock. Lowest Prices.
W~VE have by far one of th- largest displays of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Gents'
Furnishings, Furniture, Hardware, Buggies and Wagons ever brought to this part of
the country. Both our stores ai e packed to overflowing, and still new goods fresh from the
markets are coming- in every lay. Our prices are right for the simple reason that we bought
-verything before the advance in prices and we are therefore enabled to give our customers
the advantage of these extremely low prices.
Dress Goods. Dress Goods.
In this line we have spared neither time nor expense to throv before the trading public one o
ap to date and best selected stock of Dress Goods ever sihown in this part of the country. Es .
Woollen Dress Goods, Capsimercs, Worsteds, Broadcloths, Henriettaie, Skirtngn and Waistings, witl
t'rimmings to match. Outing-, Jeans, Flannels, Percales, Korseys, Dress Ginghams and Calico(
,rices. In fact our entire line of dry goods will go at the old prices -cheaper than we could buy sor
.aday. Don't fail to see the taiortinwit of Embroideries we are showing, 3c to 50-1 per yard. Big lin
skirts, Waists and Underskirts. Jackets fron. $1.50 to $7 50; Skirts fiom $1.00 to $7.00, any style
Clothing. . Clothing.
This is our main line and our pride-the line on whuh wo defy competition. Seven years'
tudying the line aa Glosely as we have enables us to place before otir customi ra the best goods fo
hat the market affords. Fit, Ntyle and Quality are three essential things that go to make good eli,
lothing has all of tbese qualities, and are right in price.
Suits for Children, sizes 4s to 17s, ranging in price from 75c to $6.00.
Suits for Youths' from $2 50 to $10.00.
Buits for Men from $3.00 to $17.50.
Extra Pants for Boys, 41 to 17s, price 25c to $100.
Youths' Pants 75c to $3 00.
Men's -'ants, all sizes, $1 00 to $6.00.
Overcoats for everybody, big, little, old and young, $2 50 to $17.51); all colors and styles.
Among the many different lines of Clothing we handle are the celebrated "Horse Shoo" brand
Mrs. Jane Hopkins' Make" fr boys. We also represent the International Tailoring Co., one of the
mng concerns in the world. See um for anything you may need in the clothing or gents' furnishi
Shoes. Shoes. Shoes.
For the past five years our shoe sales have been stL-adily increasing 'till now we sell five times th~
did the first year we were in business. The secret of this is very simple--we soll nothing but first
and everybody is finding it oat. Among the many popular brands we carry are the old renowvned
for men, women and children; the best shoe, as everybody knows, on earth for the money. The Ge
the Walkover Shoe for men at $3:50 and $4 00, th~e Stetson Shoe for men at $5.00 and $6 00. SI.
vanced from 10c to 20o per pair in the last two wveeks, but every pair in thec house was bought before
in leather, and will go at the same old prices.
Furniture, Hardware, Stoves,
Bugg~ies, Wagons and Har;
The entire upper floors of our stores are devoted exclusively to Furniture. lioying Furniture
solid..caur lots places us in a position to save you from 10 to 15 per cent. "n anything you may need i .
Lure line. Solid Oak Suits from $12.50) to $00 00. Oak Dressears from $5 00 to $15 00. Oak Beds h~..
$8.00. Safes $2.50 to $6.00. Big line of T1runks, Sutchiels. Rugs, Art Sqjuares and 'tinchines. '. n ~
agents for the New Home Sewing Machine, one of the best malude.. Buggier, Wahgonse, and Surren~~,~
Wagon and Chase City Bluggy. The old reliable Mitchell is still monar ch of the road and always w.. . .. ,
higher in price, perhaps, but so much better in wear. Just receivcd a car' of B3arbed WVire and Na
lot of Poultry Netting.
Pickens has the reputation of being one of the best cotton markets in the state, so bring your
"banner town of the county," and don't forget while here that Folger & Tlhornlos have the reputatio
good goods at the right prices. Call on us and be convinced.
FOLUER & THORNLEY.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a specialty. Agents for Battle Axe
Shoes, Stetson Hlats, Stetson Shoes, Mitchell Wagons, Carhart Overalls and Harrison Town
and Country Paint,
STATF OF SO I (iAKL1NA ILands of Calvin M. Snmith decensed.I ~ &~1~~UW~P
By 3. B. Newbery, Esquire, Probateo Ant inquest of escheated lands of Cal- T1 VM E TrAux~ NO 4
Jud a vin M. Smith, late of Piokens county, I supersedesLTime T1able No a
Whereas, Lula L. Davis made sniL decased1, havmng been maido at the .Elrective Aug. 10 1904
to me to grant tier letters of aadminuis. Sprimg term of 1905, of thte Ciourt of nead 1)own eay
tration of the estate of and effects of Common Pleas for said countyv, and cor- No 12 No 10 n'TATrIoNs No ii No 9
John W. Davis, deconased. tified to me by the presiding judge, and Mixed Mixed Mixed Mixed
TRvEsB AnR Ti;.iREoRE to elle anid said inuenst having been returned to me 4:40 pm 10:40 am lY Pitcke,m ar 2:55pm 6:30) pm
admoninh all and smngular the kindred by the epoheator, notice is hereby given SPm104 2 am" Pog",o," ," 5p 6:5p
and creditors of the said John W. to the heirs at law of the said Calvin M. 5:00 pm 11:00 amn *A riani's 2:5r,m ii: t pm
Davis, deceased, that thyb 'n p Smith, or otthers claimiingw under him, to a:0~l n1:0 a mSahi,2~po6 pmn
pnar before me, in theo Gotrt of Pro- appear and make claim to said esobeatede - .a statiti
bate, to be held at Piokenia Conrt Hlons, lands. . Alt trainis daily except sunday
8. 0,, on the 25th day of Oct., 1905, Said (Jalvmn M. Smith deed October No. 10 connect, wit, southert naiuway No .9
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in 16, 1901, and wvas the person last seized No 9 conneicts~ with, southern nailway No 12
the fornoon, to showv cause, if ainy they of said lands, wvhich are described as N ,ii com ta swit oihra tiiv - NoE
have, why the said administration should follows: y r Fr anay iformation app'y to
not be granted, .All that piece, parcel ,or tract of hand 1TTY IseMaS*
Given under my hand and sealti img aild being situate in the county of
the 11th day of Oct., 1905,' in the 180th iokens state of South Carolina i't Eas- Bi'Idgo t0 .Lot.
year of our Independence. taite township on eat aide of Big Eas. we will tl to the lowest responsIble biader,
J. B. Newhery, tatoe creek, comprising Lhro h undred Iby the rod, the uiling of the road fromt sala
J, P, r. c, and twonty-nlve (325 acres more or lose d vay a $ ure
. - .~nitig lathds of,. ester . Stewatit antd day, Oct. 19 at 12 m. ,
o a ma ~ 7": 1ifdsA.formerly owned by David. Parkei' ,o e -
1~ KinG V~ a nd t.otl~ets and' known ais the Alpha Bi The building of ab enl~fte g9 #
et Clrk dt ot tt" Pickehe coutty,'' ..* 1