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8DDenlolu of a Local and Personal Nature
-All who haven't paid they ioa1
tax by the 15th instant will have tc
raake 5 days on the road.
---Mr. and Mrs. W. -W. White and
child, of Anderson, are on a visit tc
Mrs. N. E. Thornley, in Pickens.
-'Squiro W. 0. Bramlett has pil
chased a lot from '. D. Harris, or
the Liberty road, and is preparing t<
-Mrs. Mary E. Alexander, wh<
has been quite sick for some timo al
her home in Pickens, is reported an
-A great many farmers have been
rulihing their Plows the past Week,
notwitlitanding, that in many s5.c
.ions tho ground was wet and beavy.
--'Squire W. L. Jenkins ha's pu
up) a very n1ea1t and comllodious dwel
ling house on his property in the
edge of town, on the Central road
and has moved into it.
-Capt. J. T. Taylor is spending
this week at the works of the Cullo.
whe Mining aid Reduction (jo., in
Jackson county, N. C., looking after
his interests in his property.
-Miss. Jannie Blassingameo of
Van Alstyne, Tex., petL last week
with the family of V. 11. Ashmore,
in Pickens. She vill rel'in inl tho
county until A ugust visiting rela.
-Pearl, the nine year old diugl .
of Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Baker- Pick
ons, is Very ill with a r''apse of IInas
les and brain fover It is to be hoped
that sho will - on take a turn for the
c ultimately rCcover.
-All old soldiers who desiro Crosr
4 es of Honor from the Pickens Uhptei
U. D. C. at the annuil reunion. in
June next, should muke out their car
tilicates at once. Blanks may be ob
tained from Mr. J. Newberry.
-Rev. P. C. Cirawford. the past(a
of the Pickens Biptist church preach.
ed his first serion Lerc last Sundas
night, delivering ia line oration. H(
is a fine preacher and nadu i good
imnpression onl his Congregation.
-J. T. Newton, who is in his 70;h
year, says bo is too Old to farm any
longer, so has gone to his children to
the balance of his time with
lie was a gallant Conifederrnt
belonging to Company A.,
eg imien t.
-Squire John L.-Grailey, of the'
Sunnydale sec tion of the county, has
bought the M. WN. Newhou fam, twi
miles south of Pickens, antd will mov,
there next year. We are ghrd that
such good men as equiiro Gravley are
jgetting closer to Pickens.
'-The Pickens County Singing
C'onvention will mneet with the Grifuie
BIaptist church, near Pickeno, A pri
21st and 22nd insbt.- All churches and(
Sabbath schools in tile county -are re
quested to send full dlelegationl. Al
are cordially invited to attend.
-Mr. J. C. Cannon, of A thanta Ga.
has located in Pickens for the present.
Hie is general state agent for donthi
Carolina for the Farmer Mutual Life
Protective Association, a good c um.
pany, and any of our readers w'OO
want good insurainco at a low cost,
will do wvell to figure wvith him.
-The all-day singing exercises hek
at Mount ain Grove church last Sunda,
was a grand success. The meetint
was conducted by McD). Weames, as
sisted by, Messrs Ed Heard, McD)
Baker, Andrew Parrot t, Calvin Gar
ret, R. M. Baker, and A. T. Wivi
noin rThe congregation was d
classes and led by thes
,each class singing fiftee
-We learn that Mej. lewis I
Redmond, the noted moon shiner<
by gone days, (lied at his homo 'lea
Seneo-i last week, after an illness c
only a few days. Maij Redmond wa.
well and favorably known to many <
our p .ople, having boon b~orn an
raised in this county, anid had man
upa and clowns through life, thonig
his latter years were spent giietly i
peace and plenty, with~ his family
--The Easley Cornet Bandl preson
ing "Thoso DreaIfuml Twins" playe
' to a good audience fast Fiiiday nigh
in Pickenis. The play was a succosm
Each actor did his hest, and it wsoul
be hardhay who was theostar pla:
er. The negro specialties were ncr
good indeed. There is good talenti
this bunch and thoy shouldI put or
something else real noon. A retur
date in Pickens will give Lhbem a pac',
ed house. OurL space will not permu
of us giving a casvt of the charactm
or commend on the workc done byceac
one. Suffice to say th-it each on
acted theuir p irt weoll. The moad<
-Several of our'advrtiser Obange
their ada thi week-see what they
-Master Therorn Hester, son of M.
F. Hester, who has been in Atlanta
for some time returned home lost
-'1he townsh assessors of the
various township in the coiinty have
all met and raised the assewments of
property- fully 20 per cet. The
county board meets the last of the
month and they will probably add on
a little more.
-Congreasman Legare is a base
ball enthusiast. He has made friends
of the little boys of the town by get
ting them together and organizing a
ju.Onilo club, furnishing them with
balls and bals and helping them to
pl.y. lie will have a watch gamlo
with his team and a team from some
neigrhborinug towns shortly. The kid
that doom1't belong to this team is
Ilut in it any more.
-"Bu I" Willin ma, w% ho lives in (ie
Georgia cr.ek section of the count ,
has a beautiful home and a fine farm.
On his Itnd a place, about of 18 acree
-has beenl pouned for inonozite and
the indication aro good, developing
about 25 per cent of ire. There are
several pllaces up and down the c aoks
and branches in that part of the
county that show good indications,
and ore long the monozito fever will
hit those people, they will Open up
the mines and suddenly find themr
selvqss rich. WeIA to ifll tf
tl Wners or theo e 1 ainds. '
The Democratic Clubs of Pickens
County are hereby called to meet at
their respectivo meeting places on
Satuiday the 28th dn of April in
stant, at 3 o'clock p. m1., foe the pur.
pos of reorganizing and electing
dulagates to the County Convention
which will meet at Pickens C, H. on
the 7th day of ktlay.
C. E. Robinson,
Ch. Co. Dem. Ex. Com.
Supervisor's Report of Claims for the
Quarter Ending March 31th. 1906.
J F Authony, bridge work $2 75
W F Ariail, road work 3.75
11 Abercrombio, constable 29.58
W M Allgood, ch gang sup 10.35
D) TI Alexander, bridge 60 00
TP T Arnold, bridge wvoik 21.78
WV M Allgood, oh gang sup 9 07
W M Allgood, ch gang sup 6.25
B A Allgood, B'd Eq 10 00
WV M Allgood, Guard, 93.00
J B Bulding, constable 11 25
S H1 Brown, road wvork 3 00
Aaron Boggs, inte'rest 530 11
Dr J L Bolt, Ex Lunatics 11 00
WV H Burgess, wood 8 75
Mclall Balker, bridge wvork 9.50
A J Barnes, bridge wvork .75
F S Bishop, road work 2.50
lh H Bar kley, road work 19.35
8 A Burgess, aid to pauper 6.00
S A Butrgess, const able 6 60
S A Burgess, constable 3 25
A J Boggs, sailary 101 00
.J 0 Bowen, road work 1.00
D~r J Li Bolt, medical bill 15.00
D)r J L Bolt, Er' Lunatic 5 00
E~ C Bowie, magistrate 10.00
Joo Barnett, road work 3.03
W 11 Borgest', wood 6 00
WV A Boggo, magistrate 10 00
8 11 Brown, lumber 5.59
R HI Barkley, bridge wvork 27.95
RL B Brown, road wvork 1.00
Dr~ J L Bolt, E.1 Lunatic 5.00
S II Brown, lumber 47.e'6
-S F? Curtis, Comn 130 66
- Curry Chapman, Comn 100.00
WV E Curtis, road work 3.25
Eod Cannon, laborer poorhouse 9 00
E S F Curtie, bridge work 2 04
D S F Curtis, road work 7.12
8 C Ohapmasn, bridge work 3.00
J J Chatstain, Fodder 15.0C
SA. B Childress, bridge work 4 3(
E 0 ('hildlress, bridge wiork 10.7d
jC Q Clardy, road work 13.7(
U Q Olardy, bridge wvorkc 8.0(
,Booker Clinkcalems, cutting wd 2 0(
.George Chapman, constable 6 4(
J M (lemeonts, lumber (.0(
T E Ctraig, bridge wvork -15.0(
Ead1 Cannon, laborer poor h 7.2i
S C Chapman, bridge work 8 4(
Sam (Chapmnan, bridge work 5.0(
A Cannon, road work 1.Of
A CJannon, lumber 80 Of
WV 11 Chaistain, lumber 26 5.
tJ M Chlapman, road work 1 Of
Julius Obiaatai' , fodder 16 41
1i J T Cantrtll, coml 7 2'
-Onmarley Chtildrss, road wvork 6 2'
Y J Bi (hastain, fodder 8.71
O A Clardy, Bd E'q 10 04
SJ TF Onntroll, comn 100 01
M N M Chrimstopher, road wvork 13.9'
I M Childrces, hri dges 85 0'
A B Ohildress, bridge3.
"A B Olldress, road work 1.5
iG W Dorr, bridge iwork 2 5
G W DVlorr, road work 2.0
G WV Dorr, bridge wyork 10 0
'e 0 W Dutrham, roadI work 6.8
W W Davin. Ontz~bi ..4
G W Dor 'jr e'ks 1.20
J T Dobson, 'oad work 87.60
W'A Dobson, bridge work 8.00
Robert Edens, IUridge work 6.W0
W T Edens, bridge work 900
A K Edene, bridge work 18.77
Edens & Edens, bridge Iron 2.67
G A Ellie, bridge work 8.30
H W Farr, salary & etc 81.68
W H Field, bridges 5 90
J T Foster, constable 8.65
A T Fortber, bridges work 8 22
A Forester, bridge work 5.25
H W Farr jury and wit tickets 20.20
S t "1 "4 " '' 414.75
Folger, Thornley & Co chain
gang supplies 94.66
11 W Farr, salary &o 82.85
0 B Findley bridge work 16.00
T 11 Fuller, bridge work 11.82
o C Fricke bd (q 800
J P Frrr, bd eq 10 00
Urs E J Field lumber 7 79
o 13 Grant sawing wood 4.25
J T' Gentry road work 2880
It Gaines et al lutuber &o 43196
W I Gravley bridge work 5.00
D J Griffith convicts and guard 5100
C 0 Gillespie bridyeo 29 00
W I Graveley road, work 3 00 S
J T Gentry road work 6 57 1
W N Gantt, bridge work 10 00 <
C L Gassaway road work 10 31 s
W 03 Gaines, I-ridge 6 90
John Oilstrap, road work 375
David Gilstrap, bridge work 9.00
D J Griffith, conviets & guard 51.00
Jake Griffin, road work 1.00
J D Gilreath, diet account 12 10
013 Grannvjtr ijgvood 10.85 3
L Niiosuell, road work 2 00
J M Gantt, blacksmith 15.15
J C Garrett, food 12 38
J W Gilstrap, Bd Eq 8.00
J T Gentry, bridge work 45.50
D A Gilstrap, road work 3.50
J M Galloway, constable 4 10
D J Griffith, convicts & guard 51 00 t
Columbus Griffin, road tax re- r
T A Hendricks, road work 2.00
W E Hendricks, 7.10
R T Hellum, salary 43 57
R J Hughes, bridge work 150
Jessie He ndricks, bridge work 3.25
J W Head, bridge work 3.20
W D Hendricks, bridge work 1.20
H M Hester, lumber 15.00
R G Hunt, road work 5.00
J D Hendson, bridge work 18.50
J W Hendricks, road work .50
M Hendricks, road work 5 00
H M Hester, lumber 18.08
W D Hendricks, jr., bridge wk 8.89
T A Hendricks hauling 18.00
W D Hendricks blacksmith 2.50
IR T Hallumn, salary &o 48 93
J F Harris, magistrate 25.00
T D Harris, chain gang supplies 3 15
L Hendricks, bridge work 4.001
J M Hendricks, bridge work 8 00
H Mi Hester, lumber 4 88
(continued next week)
Teachers will meet at Cateechee.
The Pickens County Teachers' As
sociation will hold its next regular
monthly meeting in tho new. school
building at Cateechee (Norris cotton
niill) on Saturday, April 14th, begin-.
ning at ha~lf past two o'clock.
'This meeting promises to be the(
most largely attended of any one dur-.
ing the present school year wvbich is
fat drawing to a close. It is to be
hoped it will also prove the most in
tererting one. The program has
been arranged to suit the convenience
of the teachers who will came on
trains No. "39 (from north) and No.
"12 (from south) so they may meet
trains No. "11 and No. "40" return
mng late in the afternoon. A livery
man at Cateechee h1as agreed to meet
these trains at N->rris station and
cairry teachers to an fro at half price.
All teachers who come will be eu.
teitainedi at lunch at the Cateechee:
Inn, from one o'clock till half past
two, and the same are kindly asked
to drop me a postal at an early date
in order that arrangements may be
You will always regrot it, Teach
e, it you fail to come to Camtoechaeo
where you~ can see the "mill under
R. A. Gentry.
CJateechee. S. C.
Stores Will Close Early.
We, the undersigned merchan s,
of Pickone, do agree to) close O.r
stores at 6 :30 o'clock from May 1st
till September .1st, excopting Sat.
Urday and public days:
Folger, Thoruloy & Co.
HL. A. Richoy.
T D. Harris.
R. R. Roark.
J. F. Harris.
) Heath-BJruca-Morrow Co.
Just a little Kodoltafter meals will re
liove that fulness, belching, gas on stom.
ac h, and all other symptoms of iudiges
tion. Kodol digesta what you eat, and
) enables the stomaehl and digestive organs
1 to perform their functions naturally.
5 Sold by. Piekenn Drng (Co.
For the past month
stoods, Clothing, Shoes,
stores are packed from
md are anxious to be u
Dress Goods Dre
Our line this season by far surpasses
hown. The prettiest line of white g4
"ickens. Everything in white goods for
-mbroideries to match. Big lot of silk
uits. Big line of black goods and suitir
and Gents Furnishing
The largest and best selected stock i
rou want clothing with fit, style and qu
Me buy nothing but the best--it pays..
nes of clothing we handle is the Horse
ioted for its fit and wearing qualities.
We carry double the stock we did tv
hree times the amount. See the immens
nen's and Children's Oxfords. The old
.lothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents Furni
BUSINESS LOCALS. Notie o
FOR SALE-Two Cows thant are NOTIOE
>ig mxilkers with young~ catlves. "
John Ferguson. 11 county. in 11
.~ * ~on Ic 2d da:
My~ fine Black spanish Juek wilt
unke the season at John Smnith's, neari to meake a ih
luhamah church, 2 miles south of B.W
iberty. J. F. Crane, owner. 2t.(iL~ng'
LAND FOBR SALE. _____"
60 acres. 10 good creek bottom 1.ucasd
oeres, well timbered. 5 room dwell "l'm the I
og. Corn Mill, Saw Mill and Cotton Ithes .tti
lin, with fine water powver. Situaited live year., of
miles from Greenville on the Hunt,'s .nedo fre
>ridge road. This can he beughmt'icine, Dr. I
lirt cheap. Call and seo us. Pr'ce onsulttior
50rience wiil at
J. D. lloider & Co. with flirst bot1
e .--- piete a the
TRAVELING SA blESM AN wA N')T-'oplc (oigIts anid
ur guuaoteed recpto-I'rotein tror poultrv o At Pi ckens I
tock) with dealers. Salamr - i(O a month, ivith0 ple free.
ansasfl. 1-0 ti . Don't dcc
" ________-indiges9tion t.
J. F. Brock, woodworkmnan, in th It will reliev
ishmnore building, is prepared to bled ith Il
nend or make over your vehicles and ~'earn; whati
lo a general Jinoe of repair work. Saw iiriit n
tetting and shorpening a specialty. and body.
Bive me a calt when in neced of gen. dot, mnd it bi
3r0l repair work. Prepared to) do atlj-1o d an
kinds of pipe cutting and fitting. Ifl Piekons Dru
A man who on1co lad roughi-horny 4
hands made thm soft and( smooth11 wiith
WVitch Hazel Sal vo, but lhe used thme gen For Ii
uino-that boarinog the name "E.~ C. D)
Wit& (Co. ChicaIgo." For sores, b;oils, T1e lOld
nuts, burn, bruises, ete., i. lhan tio egnl
mr~d affords almost immediate r< lief from Bears the
btin~d, blee'din~g, Itchin and~ roiltramding signature o
piles. Sold by Pickens Druog Co.
Louis CopeI--Proprietor Dixie Bai
in his SPRING CLOTHI ING--Neckwear
gest and best line I have had.
Nice counterpaines and nice tab~le cloth
Mens Slippers-Patent leather, tanl,
Biggest and best line I have ever hr.
you win always tradle here-I sell for one
est, andi always for cash-you need Clot
for Easter Sunday or the May meeting.
and I will treat you the best I can. Satif
money returnred-A full line of boy's an
ing at right prices.
.Proprietor Dixie Cloti
vre have been receivin
Hats and Gents Furi
top to bottom. Theya:
ss G sleadS them al.
s Godman, Walkove
any w'e have ever 50 per cent but all
)ods ever shown in and will go at old
vaists with laces and
oods for shirt waist Fu rn it
H ats Buyimg as w
Goods. 10 to 15 per cent <
~ ~ needed for your hi
n the upcountry. IfI eddfryu i
:lity you get it h . H ardw a
Among the differentW
Shoe brand which is Surreys,
ioes We haven't
'0o )y(2 1 ago and scill things we would
!o year agol and( sewe
e line of Men's, Wo.- y want and we
"Battle Axe" still i We keep eve]
shig Goods a specialty. Sole agents f
\Valkovcr and Stetson Shoes.
f Ninl Nettlement
.8 hereby given tihat wie will
1( State of Sonuth Carol iina.
of Mayl, 1906O, 'It 11 o'clock i 11
onl, or as8 soon1 thCeeafter as
ion van~ be hecard, for leaveo
al sett.I~lemen of the estate lit
aid! m iitr. t1ors.
J. M. Stewiart, ne
tchiet man1 ill A rk .nsas(,"W
Stanley of Uruno~b, "since0
mf of my wifo's heni'thi after
a the lungs; and1( I owe my
to) the world's grealtest me~d
~ings Newi D~ecovery for'
, which I know from e~xpo. . th
ret conSump1 io if1 l ita'kenl inI
afe oi mmenced~ to improvo o1
tie and)( twelv V( Iott :es comi- yc
>rng Co'. 500h (r (1 8, Ham -
sivo yourst If. If yuhv
ike K(odol Dyynpphin ('niro. # t
3 yOU. P.ev. W,. E. 1ocutt,#
N. C., c4ay8: "I was1 trou
ronliC indigestirn for Pov'era!.
ver I oto seemed to cause
or~i 1tomafl i tor Il~i1:f of my
ly diruggist recoammend K(o- V
as8 relieved me. I an now
and sleep sounldly at night.
is what you1 eat1. Sold by
fanlts and Children,
ou Have Always Bought J. F. H arris is stu
~~ self. Comie aror
24 p)ound sac
other things a
-gain 1Ilouse has got which is as
,Shoes, Shirts-ig- seed, Bliss,
cloth-any kind you
l--try me once and
price- that the lowv- 1lo hta t
I the same way, ca
bing, Shoes, Slippers have a fewv dress
Comne andl see me Calicoes and' 01
action guaranteed or cap, in fact ev
d Youth's fmne cloth- Pork andlall the
because I am se
I. so call and get y
g big shipments of .Dry.
alishing, Goods until our
re chock full of bargains
Amonig the other leading brards are the.
r anld Stetson, Leather has advanced 25 to
ouir shoes were bouight before the advance
And Lots of It.
dto ini car lots eniables us to save you from
mt all your purchases. \Ve keep everything
>me with prices right.
re, Stoves, Buggies,
Nagon, Harness, Saddlery.
the space here to tell you of one-half the
like to but come to see us' Call for what
wvill do the rest.
-ytihing and always the best of everything.
EY & C0.9
n)r Mitchell Wagonis, Iron.ing Stove~s, and
g ig shaipme, nefte o Dr
te0 stockl of drargain
Xong thte adhon brid r#h
ou alhough tere bogh beoreth adac
have Furnioos t ure
Ands sameths of ittl.
Ifal your rhaes wilie kee evrthn
mra e wi pre gtohe
athe wlspae the totlmofone hfth
lik thei utchase We'l see #alfra
enry d thcne are st iwt
etin and wilbad tbto evertig
Ves EGreenvilleth Sninl C.
g1 in rbusiness, at nte ofame ol *tn yhm
ntslid and ost orgn- ngnrlmr
kt tk of r goods a0cnds An l
hion s thaa wave bgrsh potato
dEarlthug Rosere ubns an greaty of
alyo talek aot anyod price.
have the goods at 0gai an ilselte
Icesd saeme thingsst li.thtng yuun
the yold reaeswl marke and brn esm
tRialwe ies groe or th t yo a e
>rat orl saveythemngeyo wat
The Oldcass e'llaret
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