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Happenings' of Local and Personal
lature.
--Work at the Pickens Cotton Mill
is progressing rapidly.
-r-Court convenes next Monday.
There is not a very heavy docket.
--Mr. Claud Keys, of Anderson,
visited friends in )Pickens last week
- :. McFall has gone to
I:Th '. . she expects to enter
: 1,d I;y Grandy left Tuesday
s.n 1o to enter Furman Uni
wimty.
-Miss Essie Earle visitee Mr. and
Mrs. A. B. Wardlaw, in Greenville,
last week.
--Ben F. Parsons has just com
pleted a commodious stable and barn
on his lot.
-Miss Eva Earle, loft Tuesday for
Gaffuey, where she goes to attend
Limestone Institu!o.
-Miss Hattie Earle returned to
Winthrop College last Tuesday to
take up her studios at said college.
-Master John Carey and Rose
Allgood left Tuesday for Wofford
College, where they enter the Fresh
ma n class.
-Mrs. W. (1. Wertz, of Newborry,
and Miss Jessie Bruce, of Greenville,
visited their brother, W. A. Bruce, of
Pickens, last week.
-Miss Ermie Keys, of Anderson,
is spending a while in Pickens, the
guest of Miss E'hel Jenkins and Mrs.
J. B. Rt. Freeman.
;. -There will be an all day singing
at Pleasant Hill church on the fourth
Sunday in this month and everybody
is cordially invited to come and bring
full baskets.
-Jesse Jennings, engineer on the
Southern Railway, with hea6quarters
at Columbia, spent last week with his
parents, Sheriff and Mrs. J. C. Jen
nings, in Pickens. -
-Misses Eillene Taylor, Maka
Boggs and Nellie Grandy returned
to Greenville Female College to take
up their studies for the ensueing,
term, last Tuesday.
-The school lads and lasses have
returned to their respective colleges
to put in nine more months of hard
study. May ..they all gain a full
measure of knowledge.
- Work was begun Monday on th
stable on Pendleton aivenue to be
used by B. U. Robinson as a sales
stable. Dealing in stock is getting
to be quite an important business in
the up-country.
-The first hale of new cotton was
sold on the Pickens market on the
10th instant, by J. A. Hunnicutt, the
price being 10.20 per pound. Several
balos have been sold since then.
* -McD. Baker, son of Mr. Anthony
Baker, left Monday for Dayton, Va.,
where he goes to enter the Shennen
(doah Collegiate Institute. His friend]s
expect great things of him at school.
-The Pickens Railroad has comn
ploted the change in its brick yard
track and has made the necessary
connection between and they a m now
turn their engines and cars on the Y.
-Mr. U. B. McCleskey, of Pied.
mont, is visiting friends and relatives
in towna this week. Mr. McCleskey
hiolds a position as fireman on the
C. & (G. division of the Southern
lRailway.
-TPhe "'Summer Swallows"' are fast
Ilitting back to their homes. It is to
be hoped that those who have been
in Pickens, both tow~n and county,
will come again and bring others
with them.
-Major S. Nimnmons has been
added to the efficient force of clerks
at Messrs. Folger, Thornley & Co's.
Atoro and has been placed in charge
of the grocery department. He occu
pies the Mrs. M. J. Harris home on
Cedar Rock street.
.-Dr. E. B. WVebb went down to
Atlanta to see his wife, who was
taken sick while there visiting her
sister. Hoe returned homo Monday
aiccomnpanied by Mrs. Webb, who is
much implroved.
-Mis Iene Li. Clark will openl
her' nusic class in the Liberty Graded
school on~ October 1st.. She is a
splendfd teacher and rcods no) comh
moendation at our hand,'. Yon can
not do better than place your children
in her charge.
--Mips En,ma Finnoy, who han'
been31 the "Hello G:rl" at the telephone
exchange ever since the system has
been; in Pickena, has resignied to ac
colpt a position as cashier with
Messrs. Folger, Trhorniey & Co., to
the regret of the subscribers of the
exchange. However, she is succeeded
by Miss ZEa Olazuer, of Easley, a.
most-charming and estimable young
lady, who has had much experience
in this line, who will Rnot only give
entire satisfaction to the user of the
- phones but will be a popular acquisi.
Lion to ]Pickens society.
-The Qas'against Lee Idper was
tried Monday bofore Mvigistlrato
Harris. The charge, was skinned
down to simple assault and was com.
promised upon the payment of $10.00
and costs by Mr. Roper. He has
boon reole'cted to teach 'the winter
term of the school.
-The Rov. Mr. Kirkpatrick as
sisted Rev. J. F. Matheson in a series
of meetings at the Pickens Presbyto.
rian church, . lositig last Sunday
night. The membership of the church
was greatly strengthened, and the
spiritual 6ondition greatly revived.
- The school in Pickens has in
creased in numbers to such aln extent
that M'nday another teacher had to
be added, making five. The faculty
is Prof. Swittonburg, principal; Mrs.
Swittenburg, assistant; Midses Saw.
yer, Olive Newton and Nora Gilstrup
s assistanis. During the present
session a music teacher will not be
employed in the school.
-- A Grand Farmers' Ralley will
be held at Liberty, S. C., Thursday,
September 27th, 1906. Everybody
and capecially every farmor in tbo
couuty, are invited to attend and
hear some able speakers discuss the
:mntlook and issues confroiting the
igricultural Interests of this fair
Southland, together with a means by
which the conditions can be sue.
3essfwly handled. You can't well
1flord to miss this ralley. Among
the speakers to be there is ex
National President of the Farmers'
Union of Texas, who needs no intro.
iuction to an audience where he has
ipukon. Don't forgot your dinner
basket or the day and date, but come
wverytbody.
-On last Friday night at the pala
ial home of Mrs. J. B. R. Fzeeman
the young people of town spont' a
very .enjoyable evening. The parlor
was decorated and arranged to suit
he1 Occasion. Miss Essie Earle and
Miss Lois Newton furnished some
very sweet music which was en joyed
by all as these young ladies are tial
anted in this line. Games were
played-the principal one being
"Flinch." Those wvho attended were:
Miss Ernie Keys, of Andernon, Misses
Essie Earle, Eve Earle, Nellie Grandy,
Mattie Finley, Emily Bright, Olive
Newton, Lois Newton, Ethel Jeokins,
Sadie Craig and Mr. and *Mrs. John
L. Thornily. Mr. Claude Ktys, of
Anderson, Messrs. Jessie Jennings,
Avery -Looper, Christie Robinson,
Sam Craig, John Craig, Walter Lang.
ston, Dr. Lawrence Rover, Robert
Jones.
No one wvould buy a sailboat with sails
that could not be reefed. Theoro is
alwaiys that possibility of a little too
much wind that makes a c'utions man
afraid to flo unprovided. Th'le thinking
man, whose stomach sometimes goe
back on him, piovides for his stomach
bykeeping a bottle of Kodol For Dys
pepsia within reach. Kodol digests
what you ont and restores the stomach
to the condition to priop~erly perform its
rfunctionis. Sold by Pickens Drug Co.
AMONG OURI ADVERITJSERS,
Dock Pace calls attention to his
stock of nice groceries and cold
1rinks.
Guy McFall gives a spiel about his
new fall and winter goo s he is daily
reetivmlg.
Flolger, T1hornley & O. wvant you
to watcb their space for. fall announce
flent.
Craig Bros. want your trade, but,
they say watch their space for an
aouncements lator.
P'ickens Drug C . have stock; pow.
Clers to sell this week.
Endel talks clothing.
Dr. Newton says spectacles.
II a Uow gave
Butter
mankind would have to
invent milk. Milk Is Na
ture's e mulsion -butter
put in shape for diges
tioui. Cod liver oil is ex
tremely nourishing, but
it has to be emulsified
before we can digest it.
Scott's Emulsion
combines the best oil
with the valuable hypo
phosphites so that it is
easy to digest and does
far more good th-an the
oil alone could. That
makes Scott's Emulsion
the most strengthening,
nourishing food - medi
cine In the world.
Send for free sampile.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists
409--415 Pearl Street New York
We have secured agency for
3. A. TH MAS' MflOY!D STOO!K FOOD.
8 pound package for 25c.
8 pound package for 50c.
25 pound package for $1.50.
Poultry food and hog pow
ders are also included.
Pickens Drug Co.
Treasrer's Notice.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickenis.
Office ot County Treasurer, Pickens County, S. C.
Pickens, S. C., September 15th, 1906.
THE TREASURER'S OFFICE WILL BE OPEN FROM MONDAY,
OCTOBER 15th, UNTIL MONDAY, DECEMBER 31st,
1900, WITHOUT PENALTY.
The Rate of'State, County, School and Special Tax, Including One Dollar
Poll Tax and One Dollar and Fifty Cents Commutation Road Tax.
In accordance with an Act to raise supplies for the fiscal year commencing
January 1, 19006, notice is hereby given that the offico of County Treasurer of
Pickenr County will be open for the collection of taxes for said fiscal year from
Monday, October 15th, until Monday,December 31. Rates por cent, of taxation are
as follows:
Levy For Stato 'TVax.......................... 5 Mills.
"6 "9 Ordinary County TFax................. 31 "
"8 "4 Constitution School 1'x.............. 3 "
"4 "9 Roa.-Tax..................... ....... 13 "
SinkingFund......................... 2 "
"s "f For Rebuilding bridge................
Total levy for State and Conty Taxes......... 151 Mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens R. It. bonds. Pickens 0. H. Township, 23 mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens R. R. bonds, Hurricane Township, 21 milln,
Levy for interest on Pickens R. 1t. bonds, Eistatos Township, 21 mills.
Special Levy For School District No. 8 2 Mills.
4 4. 9 4 "f
66 4. .4 .9 if 64 10 1i- "
46 fe it . '' "s 11 51 "
?4 4 6 4 4 9" " 13 6 "
96 44 ?4 " 5 c 1 16 2 "
. ~ " " " t s9 a1 6 19 2 '
4 1 to 9 . 1 23 2 "1
- 1 i 31 Wk "4
4 1 469 44 36 2 "1
4 9 4 1 9 942 2 "
1 4~ . it 4 47 2 "
A Poll Tax of One Dollar por'capita on all male citizons between the ages
of 21 and 60 years, oxcept such as are exenpt by law, will be collected.
A oommutation Road Tax of One )ollar and Fifty Cents will be collected
at the same time as other taxes from all male citizens between the ages of 21 and
50 years, except such as are exempt by law. Unless said tax is paid by the lst of
March, 190-7, live days work upon the public highwvays will be required.
Taxire payale only in gold andl silver, United States currency, National
Bak Notes and coupons of State Bonds which become payable during the year
Parties (desiring information by mail in regard to their taxes will please state
the location of their property, and include postage for a rely, and1 those paying
taxes by check must include the charges for collecting.
HI. W. FARR,
Treasurer of Pickens County.
*Piccell ~arded Schlool Allditorium
ONE N10HlT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1906.
T1he well known talented
NIXON ORCHESTRA
-. - and1 CONCERTU Co.
* - -~' \ including the superlb contralto,
-Mis HlenNixon, and as.isted
.by the versatile and secom
plished cloctiois~t, Miss Effie
*. Sto: e.
* A treat is in store for all who
/ hear them. Performance bibgins
at 8:30 o'clock.
. ~Admission 25c an d3%c,
- Tickets now on sale at the
"(I Pickens D~rug Store.
~NIXON coxcEI rcomIAN.~ p lcto o h re
L-rst season a few of the public SAEO OT AOIA
spirited peopl( of the towvn organized COTYo IJNS
a Lycoum Course, but it proved dis- loHn J .Gut ertr fSae
astrons--to thorm. The people we're Wtetnesge iieso h
given good amuisemients aind all wvas ttntayuwilgntaCrti
well, oxcept the money, which wascroaigteBats hrh nw
short when settling day come. This CnrlTwsiSaeadCut
comimittec is niot to be caug ht nap- aoead
ping another time, so turned a deaf 1epcflysbitd
oar to all overtures this season, but Ire ipoJ .WihSme
the mnnger of the Sonthorni CircuitMelrAH.Oeby aulL,
of the Midland Layceumi lureau has -- -
a very fine lot of attractions an] OIE 'tloe nne fdna
working for fnture business has at'rki'llleecalbfrSptm r
ranged a date for the first aittractionfemotsatrttdt.4
at Pieners on Saturday night, the Lwec lpr ~nit
22d inst. This is a music at n umber,---- - - - -
lnief b beat. on this road, ami al' AGIN I AD
wvho attend will g t their mnie)'s
worth'.Lbrt;7incliain15ilasre
Thercie are sIIiprsonis wvith this at- i ee;wl vaee;goddel
traction, asn follows: Ilelen Nixon 411mtbidns et o 20
contralto and clarinit ; Pasul ar.As W(i eial ~idiglt
Nixon, corn~list ; Ellie Stone, < lociu-~~J)~3.Tte odan em ay
tionaist and4( impersona(tor; Ed wuard M. ..RoincPiknm
I\ixor Iirst vi lmn and basso: Luia
Nixon, s, coind violin and reciter; We o aea'odi swl ob
Ella Nix -ii, ac'comipanist.V'3crflaotuin ayhngtt
The progr',n for the evening, as *'fil litpraainsotiig
stimt out, is tine and all lovers oif goidod~ae.Ia'h'ieysLxtv oe
entertainmen~its, especially fine music,11b~j. ckn
Applicayeston o hre
shulbttndveDu Staoadcutrsetul o
Watch this space f<
ment.
Yours trl
Folger, Thu
TIME TAJILE NO i5
Supersiedes Time Table No 4
Eifeoctive March 10)1906
Road 1)own Read Up
No 12 No 10 STATIONS No ii No 9
Mixed Mixed Mixed Mixed
4:40 pmn 10:40 am iv Pickens ar 2:55pm 7:35 pm
4 :4> pin 10:45 am Fergusot: 2:45pm 7:30 pm
4:55 pm 10:55 nmn *P'arson's 2:30pm 7:20 pm
5:00 pmt 11:00 am *A riall's 2:25pm 7:15 pm11
5:10 pm 11:05 am *Mauin ':20pm 7:10 pm
5:15 pm 11:15 am ar Easdey iv 2:15pm 7:05 pm
*Flag Station
All trains4 daily except Stunday ~
No. in nonnects with Soutiher nt Railway No 30
No 0 conneCts with Southern Railway No 12 L.III
No. 12 connects with .So uthern Railway No ii
NJo II e onnects with Soul thern Railway No4O
trIor any information app'y to
J1 T TAYLOR Geon Manager
JHAII LEISTOX4 & WVESTERN (JA ItOLI NA
ItAILWAY.CR
Arrival and( iDeparture of Trains, Green.
vilile, 8. 0. Effrective A pril 14, 19416.
:30 a mn, No. 48 udaily exceplt Situnday, for Lau
reuns and intermediiate stations, arrive at
Lau renH 9:00 a mn.
3: i5 p mu, No. 53 uldily for ILaurens, Cliton
Newberry, t'oh1,ambi a, Sum iter and CharleN
toni (connieuting at Kupter with A. C. I,,
Tiraint No. H42 for Rtinondu, Washinagton
anid (enstern cities, and at Inrens with ii. &
W. . Traini No. I for Spartanbu rg anid
tralin No 2 for (Greenwood, Augmuta, etc.
A rrive Laurensi I :35 pi m, Clinton
2:22 p m, Newberry 3.10 p. in, Columbia 4:45
Sumnter 6:20 p mn, Chmarlestont 9:40, Spartan
burg 3:30 pg m, Greenwood 2:46 p am, p in
Autgusta 5-M p. mn.
40) p mi, No. 36 ilaily except Sitnmday, for Lait
remns and~ intermtediate stationsH. Arrive at
L~aurettsu 6:4(0. ________________
AnniivAts.- - --
1:201 a mn, No. 147, daily excepat Sunday fronm
L~autrens and intetrtnediate statiomns.
10 mn, No. 85, daily except Suntday, from
la urensi and itieormediate stations.
:25 p mn, No. 52~ dn'dy froim Charleston Sumntor, . . ari is i
Colnubia, New berry, Clhnton, Spartanhntrg,
A ugtsta, Gjreeitwood 1,atirenH, etc.J
Tirains No. 52 anid 53 ruin through between sl. C m r
hbarleston without chanmge.
J1. W. Ligon,, Agt. Geoo. T. llryan Gent. Agi. cacle ~
(lltNVIL~Lit, S. C.24 ond s
IErnest W ill.m.tu, (. P. A ..
t. M.iratnd, Tiraf. Man. Augusta, (Ga.hr hig
TAKE NOTICE. which is as
From this date I will be in the Super- .seed, B~js<
uisorB offiee -very two weeks on Tues
lay's after Ri hday Inl each month andi Hebron
rui aday tiw o weekaaftrechaedy
to traptasct business. t4roc aesy
0. M. LYNCH,
B3uervisor.
May 8Uh 10N J
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zr our Pall Announce
Lly(
nley And Co.
chi tis space for our
AIG BROS.
ONE-PRIOE CASH STORE.
DTICE THAT+:
ill in business at the same old stand by him
und and get some bargains in general mier..
d1on't all come at once. I will sell your a
.ek of good flour for 50 cents. And all
according, minus Meat and D~ried Fruit
high as H aman was hung. Irish potato
;, Early Rose, Burbanks and Becauty of
,by the peck at any old price.
F. H ARRIS, By mel.

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