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nings of Local and Personal
Nature.
Guy McFall Is in Greenville on
-The election for Cotton Weigher
at Pilkeus 19 Saturday, 18th.
--Tlhe State campaign meeting is
U6 Vkens next Monday, 20th inst.
-wvas
on
*basiness.
-Miss Jane Purdy has returned
from a very pleasent visit to friends
at Honea Path.
-Miss Florence Huer of Green.
ville, visited Mrs. J. M. Stewart in
Pickens last week.
--James P. Cr"Tey has gone to
Tate Sprinigs, Tenn. for about two
week's recreation.
--Miss Helen Boggs, who has been
vhiting in Eaosley for the past week,
has returned home.
-Mas Lola Earle, of Walhalla, is
the che''ming gu- t of the Misses
A.4lmoro "V1 w -k.
* -Mr. Frank C 'x, Depot Agent at
Pickens, made a business trip to
Greenville on last Friday.
-John A'thony, who has a posi
'tion in Washivge i, D. 0., is at home
foi a few weel's vacation.
-Dr. J. N. Hallum of the Pickens
Drug Co. spent two days in Greer:
ville last wook on busin, as.
Miss Mr-gie Stribling of West
minster, S. C., 4 the charming guest
of the Misses Pu-dy this week,
-Mrs. B. Noland Alexander, of
Selica, N. C., 41 on a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Porter,
near Pickens.
-Mr. T. Bissell, a Clemson College
cadet, whose home is n Charleston,
is visiting his friend, Cadet LeRoi
Boggs, this week.
-randon Taylor and sister, Miss
19!- O several health
ttrolina for ab-ut
Lioper, who 'has
bed for the past
I eelctd by his phy
g-19.
eton, formerly of
vof Millen, Ga.,
W. Hiott in a
t Pisgahi church
- . L. Bolt and
.1 .~ ,ad by Misses Em
iy13Bfighit ntid Bessie Portridge, are
visiting Mrs. Bolt's relatives in An
derson this week.
-Es;.. Maka and Ina Boggs, two
shed young daughters of
Corrt A. J. Boggs, are sisit
ig friends and relatives at
mfiUUnI this wveek.
-The gambling fever str'uck Pick
onai Wednesday. The Mayor took
chances with the boys Thursday
morning and the to~en is $00 ahead
from fines imposed.
-Mrs. R. E. Goonwmn and little
daughter, (Olga, of Peter'sburg, Va ,
arrived in Pickens rTuesday evening
on a visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs H. A. Riabey.
-Mr. Petty Freeman of the Glassy
Mountain section of this connty got
'9 his leg fractured near the ankle joint
bet Friday. lie fell from his heirse
while efter a mad dog.
--The balance u. the county cam.
paign mcdida for this county are as
follows: Mite Creek, Aug. 21: Pump
kintown, at Hendricks' Gin on 23rd;
and at Pickens the 25th.
9 -. RI. Hendricks, of the firm of
Folger, Thornley & Co., has been out
to his country home for the last week
to re cuperate for the immense work
hie expects to do this fall.
-Mr. James Johnson of Anderson
county has been in Pickens this week
buying shiugles, lumber and brick.
He will erect a nice houso on his
plantation near Fairview church.
-A. B. Tlaylor, wiho has Il en in
An'derson for the last two mnnths
wvorking for a surveying company,
has returned home for recreation be.
fore takiig up his studies at Clemson
College.
-Mr. Gregg T. Mauldin, who has
b~een employed by the Seaboard Air
Line Railroad at Amerlens, Ga., as
Car Inspector, lhas been offered a
position by the Southern Rlaib-~oad at
Columbia, 5, 0., and left Monday to
take up his work with this Company.
-A party consibting of Hion. Geo.
S. Legare, E. T1. Logare, R. E. Bruce,
1 Ex-Jndge .James Izlar and .Jrdge lR.
o Purdy went to Clemson College
last Friday to investigate the Agri.
cultural Department of the College
sand all speak very M'ghly of the Col,
lege and the management it is nowv
nder.
e
Turnip Seed
See our fresh -stock of
the well known Buist's
Turnip Seed. The best
results are received
when you sow them.
Pickens Drug Co.
Confidence
Is a great thing. Misplaced confidence
is the basis of unsuccessfil business.
Satisfaction
Produces confideInce and confidence leads
to trade. Purchase glasses here and you
are assuied of relief, satisfiaction and rea
sonable prices.
DrFlHNewton' s
last visit being so successful he will return
to Pickens stopping at the Hiawatha lo
tel Friday August 17th.
Kindly remember the (lay an(d (late.
-Mr. Wayne F. Mauldin, who has In Loving Memory of Little Carrie
I been with the Pickens Drug Co. of Gilstrap.
ai this place, baa accepted a position as On tihe 'morn ing of July 30th,
j traveling salesman for the William S- 1900, the (death angel came~ to the
e Merril Drug Co. ot Cmencititi, O home of Mr. and Mrs. Williami 0.
-The Pickens Railroad will opler. Gilstrap and claimed their little
ate a special train next Monday on dauighter', Carrie. Carrie was a
account of the State Campaign meet. sweet girl of fifteen years of age,
Iing. Train will leave Easley at 8 a. She had always been the pet of the
m i., returning in the afternoon at 4:40. family and was loved andl admired
-The new engine of the Pickepa by all wh'o knew her for her aimia.
Railroad Co. has arrived from the: ble disposition. She was always a
Sshops and enables the road to do delicate child and when taken 'with
much more business. 'Inie road is 'fever it proved too much for her.
Skept busy hauling material for tbe But she diedl very happy, and talked
1cotton mill, a great deal during the last few
--Mr. J. M, Nichols, a p~romxising (lays of heir life about going home,
young lawyer of Abbeville, is spend- and just beofore she died she called
ing awhile in Piokens. lie will be all the family by name and asked
pleasantly remembered by many of them t~o come and go home with
our readers as he read law under Mr. her, an~d when told she was'at home
SJ. P. Carey. she said no this is not my home, I
-There has not been a dull day am tired and wveary, I want to go
ia Pickens this year. Evezybody to the other home, and held up
1keeps busy and the merchants are her hand.. Her father took her in
over-run with trade. Move to Pick- his arms and she put her arms
Fens if you want to get into a live, around his neck and said she was
progressive town- walking into heaven, and with a
-Prof. Andrewv Bramilett, wvho has sweet smile on her lovely face she
been~ visiting in Atlanta, Ga., and passed away. The next day we
other places for some weeks, is at laid the body to rest in the ceme
home to recuperate r'util time to be- tery at Bethlehem. A large crowd
gin wvork as Professor of Mathe- of sorrowing re'atives and friends
matics at the Georgia School of wer pr*esent to pay the last tribute
Technolog9v. of respect, Th'e funeral "as coni
- Miss Ola Richey returned Tiues- utdb hi atr e.f.F
t day evening from her trip North.Byat My o hlsteb.
d While gone with the press gang she rae ahr ohr rte n
visited Bloston, Newport, Providence, sses o rn htlf a
New York, Philadelphia and Washenaswetyitusl.
ington, returning by way of Peters- red
burg, Va., where she spent two weeks
with her sister, Mrs. R. E. Goodwvin. Wehvopndairtcssetn
.She had a most delightful trip, ratiAnhybulngunrte
--Depuy Collector Aikon and Dep tebs rd.Yu ~toaoi
uty Marshals George Chapman 'ofsoiieanwlleaprctd.W
Pickene, and Ilelcher of Greenville, cnpes o vt iemaso c
Division Chief C. L. Cureton and cl rns epcfly
ductebynterpsor, Rev.aR. F.
Dean Cooey nd Carle radedyhe tMayIO GV'lod JI blesthe be
Dark ~reaved ofthrrenvilleecountytonr'and
the mrnin of he 8h wth t eia n asof swetoily it use alvrtrul
the haeopet inedt aSt lilas tresa
sul tht oe til inthefunac ~v rans i nhonyt ildaing, uder then
destoyedtogtherwit a geatqu Lpriting frice whre we1 ill- caterato
tity f ber. r~~~0 ther"pl e btmuae trae. Yr par oae ivs
can lase yhou wrgith lice meas or orie
wer dscverd ndbee frmntoa ia~ctlrtis. Itespec tullyeat
desroyd a thm, ut he tils hd '' gipeAli1 mdron & ploasamtondak.
Nosabe Mcne, wasl ularr n, o 'l~b 'ekn )rg(o.ad
DesrA ikn, le and Chap aide ct STMUATO WI- 1U--RIT
upa stillner tlo eenvile countnTON
athe mortngrofithe 8th, onh h res ~Inasoo tmc n io roue
Surdtat. o otl n e uaewas aretd l tho prprteteti t tmlt hs
siorgtands ofomtshrritatpg them. Ortno
destroed, togsell ita ra qan ive Fnit 2:yr0pyards ietion yardie
tty o r. wou ohr "p ami 1 lacs- gotiulatesI theliveran oel a wth5oua
w-itome a I ~vll sae von nioiy ' ittg to on e pia d
destoyedat tembut he sillbado gae and. lk mid an in plaan to4 take.
bee hi . A.xNwm one ii wastit~ arrtd ii imit kons Drg Co.,wil a
Saudy ooewaaiete, ~.C he gous 1.a.1AU
S1oial Lifo in ik0s.
Beyeral young people from Pickeui
attended a deuce over Hagood's PhA
nroy at Easley last Thursday. Thce
who went from Piokens were: Miese
Uoma-Sitton, Bowman, Helen Boggs
Floride Carey, Lucia Folger; gentlh
men: LIeRoi Bogge, Ernest Folgei
J. P. Carey, Jr.
A party of -the young people <
the town went to Glat .y Mountail
lest Saturday and all enjoye. them
selves v"'y moh, as Glassy Mour
tain is an ,ideal place for outinga
Those who went were: Misses Vest
and Bessie Ashmore of Pickens, Mis
Bessie Partridge of Fairburn, Ga.
Miss Lula Earle of Walhalla, and
Miss Zoe Broyles of Anderson; gentie
men: Brandon Taylor, I-moi Boggs,
and Dr. L. 0. Mauldin.
The young people of the f own en
joyed very much the old time "Pillau'
which was given at the "Bruce Park'
on let. Friday evening. A'] the
young people left thinking of the fun
"the old time people" used to have.
Hon. Geo.-S. Legare kept the crowd
Rmused with his funny jokes and
about 12 o'clock the crowd departed
for their homes, each one declaring
to havO enjoyed the evening very
much. Those who attnded were
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Legare, Mr
and Mrs. L. C. Thornlcy, Nir. T. E
Legare, Mr. A. E. Holman, Ex-Judg<
James Izlar; MissoB Lucia F'olger
Helen Boggs, Floride Carey, Vest
and Bessie Aebmore, Essie and Eva
Earle, Mary and Annie Purdy, Berta
Long, Ora McFall and Eilene Tayloi
of Pickene; Miss Pauline Iziar o:
Orangeburg, Miss Margie Stribling
of Westminster, Miss Frances Rob
inson of Easley, Miss Zo i Broyles of
Anderson, Miss Bessie Partridge of
Pairburn, GO.; Gentlemen: Jerry Mc.
Mahan of Charleston, Einest Folger,
James P. Carey, Jr., R. R. Bruce
LeRoi Bogg-, Julius Boggs, Gu
M~cFall, L. 0. Maullid, Andreu
Bramlett and M. C. Long.
A Family Reunion.
Last Friday, August 10th, Mr. J
W. Pace had a reunion of his famil1
at his home and quite a large gather
ing it ws. He and his good wifi
were happy and joyous surrounded
by so many children, grand childret
and friends. They have ten living
children, seven of. whom are married
and twenty eight grand chldren. A:
of these were present at the reunio
except one daughter, Mrs. Hall, an
two children. In addhti-m to thee
there were quite a number of th4
neighbors and friends of Mr. .an
Mrs Pace.
It was a happy occasion. The oh
people and young mingled thei
voices in sweet songs and pleasan
conversations until th- dinner wa:
announced, then the assembled guest
wvere invited out under the shade o
the great spreading trees and tol
to help themselves. They were a
filled and many basketfuls taken ui
It was indeed a great treat to the wri
er to be present and he wishes for Mm
and Mrs. Pace many more happy re
turns of their family reunian. R.
Foley's Kidney Curn
makes kidneys and bladder rghd
A chance is still open to the youn1
men (f this county to get a Normni
Scholarship in the U.niveuity c
South CaroIea. An examination fo
that purpose will lbe conducted b
the County Superintendent of EdE
cation, Friday, August 31st, 1906.
Write at once for application blanki
to Benjamin Sloan,
President,
Columbia, S. (I.
Makes KIdneys and Uladder' RIght
Do You Want to Buy Land?
I h tvo for sale at a bargain a 10
of farms and town property in an
aroud WValhalla, all nicely impin eyed
F. A. Lewis,
Waihalla, S. C.
Office at Blank of Waihalla.
'tig's Eas-ly Rises
'nRe famou, little Dline.
A Doctor's
AMedicine'
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is not
a simple cough syrup. It Is a
strong medicine, a doctor'sB
medicine. It cures hard cases,
severe and desperate cases,
chronic cases of asthma, ple'.t
risy, bronchitis, con umption.
Ask your doctor ala:t this.
The best kind of a teotimnonial
"Sold for over sixty years."
Aare. ..o,. T.ow. uMaSS
SSARSAPAkiLL.A.
'iTSs'n~s
-(9UT PF
FOR
JULY. and A
Our annual CLEARANI
tinue throughout July an(
ductions along all lines.
at a song.
20C White Lawn to go at I 5c. I 5c White
White Lawn to go at ioc. ioc White Lawn t<
mercerized white goods to go at 15 per cent
broiteries to go at a big sacrifice.
Oxfords in all colors, white, black, and tan f<
go at 25 per ceut discount.
The immense clothing trade we have had ti
stock, but we still have some rare borgains to (
cai buy a suit at 25 per cent discount. We s
suits and serge coats.
Dont miss this opportunity for bargains, we
) the immense fall stock we are buying.
Just received a solid car barbed wire and nai
and hay, with prices right.
Our stock of stoves, hardware, furniture, ha
from implements, of every description, mowei
complete.
Always the best, and the best is always the c
We hope to have our new building complete
pleted it will give us more room than any build
able us to display to a better advantage, the lai
we carry. Call on us for anything you need, f<
and our prices are always right.
Folgey
Clothing, omm niaw anuu
Goods a Specialty. Solo
Hats, Walk- Over Shoes,
and Mitchell Wagon s.
fiekim Riilmd Colmny
TIME TA1HLE NO fe
.Supersedes Time Table-No 4
Effective Marchi 10 1900____________
Road D)own Btead Up
No 12 No 10 STATIONS No Il No 9
Mixed Mixed Mixed Mixed
4: 0 pm1:0 am v ice n ar 2:5pm 7:35 p
515 pin 11:15 an ar I asiy v : I n7:~
*agStatinSlpprs f
No. 12 c t i vth Southeri Railway No i9
No.II ciet vith Sothrn ilay No 1
informaSioipaersy o
~~ ~ J T1 TAYLOR UGeh Manager OI*'
)IIAnt.ESTON & WE1STERN VAROLJN A
JtAILWAY.Wac
pi o.Ueat ef Trains, Green
830 a mn, No. 48 daIly except Sunday, for Lau
rens an itermnediate statiotns, arrive axt V0 ~ r
N ebr, (C>lumnia, Sunmter n hrie on
to in t cectig atrSum pier with A.C .,
a tte ities, an d at I au re wily C
trait No 2 for rcenwod, Auigo ata, etc.____ A
8Honier 412 n,rCharleatos 00 parits
brg 11:t 5 5 . nreeniwood 2:16 p mn, p' mi
rena and it ldat it ti(i. A rh at
Lavrooa Watch
Lan rena si:40. nidat taiii
:25 p in No. 52 d ally from Chiarleston. Su mler. '.1lri s sili
<gossbi, Nebr, (litn,Sartanianrg,J.FHariistlln
Trais No. 52 and 53 run ,throusgih betweens sel. Come around ai
jharlestmn~ withon t change.
J1. W. igon, .\gt. Geo. TP. liryan Geon. A gt. chandlise, but don't i
IretWilliams, O. P. A .. 2 o n ako
[t. M. Iraned, Tiraf. Man.- Augusta, Ja.oh rtin s*co
TAKE NOTICE. hc s shg
Fromn this (date I will be in the Super- ed lsEr
visors office every two weeks on Tues
lay's after Satoday in eachi month and Hbob
[uesday two wookS rtar e ich aeday
to transact business,0M YN1,J F
. uer visor,
other hings.acco
.... . .... r
DE SALE will con
1 August. Big re
White goods to go
Lawn to go at I2Y,3C. 12 1-2C.
> go at 8 1-3c. Beautiful line of
discount. All Laces and Em
>r men, women, and children, to
Lis spring nearly cleaned up our
ffer, if your size is in the lot you
till have a nice line of two piece
are obliged to make room for
Is, fresh car flour and car of corn
rness; saddles bug gies, wagons
-s, rakes and binders, is always
licapest.
d by August 15th. When com.
ng in the county, which will en
ge stock of general imerchandise
)r we are always pleased to serve
~gets for, Stetson
Iron King' Stoves
Si * BARGAINSQ
i' Great I arg'ai ns
r entire line of
r Gentlemen, Ladies
rnd Children.(
AIL TO SEE~ THEM.
thi~s space each(
>r the bargains
going to offer.
ECSPECTFULLJY,
cGBROS~.
IECASH STORE.
'iCE T HAT-:
usiness. at the same old stand by him
id get sonme bargains in general mer
di come at once. I will scil your a
good flour for 50 cents. And all
ding, minus Meat a'dd Dried Fruit
Ls H aman was hung. Irish potato
y Rose, Burbanks and Beauty of
the peck at any old price.
H AR RIS, By "'...lf.

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