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I-appenings of Local and' Peronal
--tourt is still in session and
dragging along at a slow pace.
-11. A. Richey has just received a
car load of Roxanne and Obelisk a
-When a man has the itch lie t
should scratch himself and not
--George. D. Cureton and H. J. V
Knox of Greer, S. C.. snent Sunday e
L -' -wo
* A birch f
moved back to her home in Pickens. n
-Congressman George S. Legare
is right sick at his home in Pickens.
His many friend shope he will be out
* - as the
-The Morchants of Pickens are
getting in thir fall and 'winter stock
of goods. Watch the columns of a
this paper for their announcements, a
--Rev. B. Holder will not be at d
his appointment at Antioch on Sun. h
dAy before the second Saturday in Oc f
tober, but will be there on the second d
-David Stansell who lives a few g
miles above Pickens killed a rattle I
snake Saturday that was over four fi
feet long and had nine rattles and a
b tton on its tail. '
-Rev. B. Holder will conduct a 1)
baptizing on the fifth Sunday at 8 <
-i p. m. at Arnold's Sorghum mill pond t
instead of at Holder's ford as here. e
tofore announced. - I
-The cotton crop of Pickens
county, is badly dammaged by so
much rain and the probability is only
a half a crop. Do not rusah it on the 0
market; hold it for 1le.
-Hold your Cotton; don't rush it
on the market. Eleven cents is a
fair price for the 1900 crop, and if
'you hold it off the market you will a
get this price, and may be a higher b
-A pair of mules at the Cotton
m ill iun away with a wagon Monday
and stuck the tongue into a tree ith
such force as to drive it up and it
had t~o be sawed off. They didn't
run any forther.0
is a very happy
september 11th, ~
mndent of Educa
his family wvas
ition of a bounc a
o . ., ea Courier.0
-Maxie Crawvford of Clemson Col.
loge fell from a grape vine Sunday
afternoon and broke his arm. The
young fellow, who is only five years
old, was up in a mudcadina vine eat
ing when ho lost his balance and fell.
He is the son of Mr. W. H. Crawfor~d.
-The Pastor, Rev. Crawford who a
was to have begun a series of meet- t
ings in the Pickoens Baptist Church i
last Sunday, is sick with brain fever t
and was unable to fill his appointment.- t
Rev. J. M. Stewart preached Sunday e
and Sunday night. The prtracted ,
mceting has beeni pos'tponed. (
-Last Fridav the five-year-old ]
daughter of John Shelton, of Clemson ]
College, was bittou three times by a I
mad dog. The dog was finally killed,
af ter a long chase. M r. Shelton has I
taken the child to Atlanta for treat- I
menit, The head of the dog was also
taken to Atlanta for examination. -
t Keowee Courier.(
--Congressman Legaro has bought
the house and sixteen aeres of land
of the Griffn estate from Mr. J. Me
D). Bruce and will improve it prepaia
tory to spending his su'mmers in
Pickens. Last week lie shipped his
carriages and horses to Charleston,
sending his servant, Giabrial, to look
*after them. H~e also shipped nine
teen fine cows that ho had p~urch~ased
in the county, to. his dairy farm; also
eight oIf those mountain hounds that
have cost the tax paiyers so much
I.will traini them to rou
xon Orchestra Comipany
* ' . gcodl house Saturday
music was fino and the
"wisses Ella Stone and
*Ajjwere all that could b)e
desired. They wveie heat Lily encored
after each number. The read ings by
Miss Stono wvera grand and the re
citation "Mammiy's Boy," ne she re
cited and acted it conld not be heat.
We are sorry that they~ were hilled
here for Satm'd ay night, so that a
much larger . audience could havo
greeted thenm. Should they ever
como this way again they can rest
.'.The stores do hot close at ix
-Dr. E. B. Webb. is on. the siclk
at, being confined to his room.
-Mrs- J MoD. Bruce and little
arighter Francis, have been quite
ick this week.
-The best way to bead off the
ail order houses is for the merchants
advertise liberally and get the tride
- Many a woman feeds hor chil.
ren on pickles and spices and then
vonders where they get.their deprav.
--The Tennessee paper that told
f an "iceman-being shot by mistake
)r a robber," should have explained
tow to tell the difference.
-Cotton is opening and a number
,f new bales have been put on the
iarke'. The bolls are rather small
rith a stunted appearance.
-On his ninety-fifth birthday, a
faino man signed a pledge to quit
hewing tobacco. Somebody must
ave told him that it had a tendency
-The Many friends of Congress.
ian Legare, not only in Pickens,
ut throughout the state, will sym.
athize deeply with him in the death
r his brother, Mr. Oh arles G. Legare,
young man of about 26 years of
ge, Nvho died at his home in St. An.
rows Parish, Charleston, S. C., on
Let Sunday afternoon, of malarial
ver, after an illness of but three
ays. The burial took place Tuesday
t the Magnolia Cemetery. Mr. Le;
are, who was sick at his home in
ickons, did not got to attend the
-Oliver Singleton of Williamston,
ied Thursday morning from blood
oison. About three weeks ago sev
ral young men %%ere whiling away
be time in Cox's store. John Cutch.
r was picking a decayed tooth with
is knife. Singleton and another
oung man were tusselling. Just as
jutcher lowered his hand from his
iouth, Singleton sprang back with
ut noticing Cutcher and stuck his
and against the point of the knife.
'ho wound was very slight bu t blood
oison set in in a few days and ter
iinated fatally, despite the skill of
sveral local physicians. A few days
efore. Oliver died airesident preacher
alled and offered to pray with the
oung man; but his father refused to
[low a Bible read or a prayer offered
I hia house.
-Miss Essie Earle entertanied
ery artistically at her beautiful home
a Monday night. The occasion was
r the benefit of the young ladies
'ho left TIuesday to resume their
ork in different colleges all over the
tate. The parlor was neatly and
nagnificently arranged for the occa
[on, where several gamnes wvere play
1; the principal one being "A
tusical Romance" in which Mr.
Iruce Boggs and Miss Josie Earl
ere lucky enough to win the prize.
[iss Earle is a splendid entertainer,
ad the music which was furnished
y she and Miss Eva Earle and Miss
)ra Mocal was greatly enjoyed Do
ightful refreshments were served,
ud a farewvell parting amongst the
oys and girls who leave for dlifferent
olleges w as participated in - "A few
ears were shed, - especially among
lhose who were deeply interested in
ach other." Those who attended
rere: Miss Maka Boggs, Nellie
Irandy, Vesta Ashimore, Josie Earle,
Inttie Earle, Ernie Keys, Ora McFall
Basie Earle, Eva E~arle., Messrs:
tru'ce Boggs, Furman Holder, Greg
MIauldin, J. P. Carey Jr. Laurence
loper, Lee Roper, Roy Grandy, Wit
A. D. MANN'S New Three 70 Saw
~yntem Ginnery will be ready to receive
ustom b~y the 25th inst., or before. I
romise the poplo that I will make it to
'our interest to give me your custom by
'wing you naoney and time, as I am
>repered to meet all competition and
inn do your work right and cheap and
10t detain you but a very few minutes
with a bale of cotton. Respeotfully
yours, .A. D. Mann.
Then your blood must be in
a very bad condition. You
certainly know what to take,
then take It -Ayer's Sarsa
parilla. If you doubt, then
consult your doctor. W~e know
wvhat he willl say about this
grand old family medicine.
ulosos ofHAeR'V Vill.
cI~rS AGUR CURD.
~etteaun lec~e ..
We have secured agoc
3i Ah THDMA IMIflGVBD aYOC
8 pound package for
8 pound package for
25 pound package fox
Poultry food and hog
ders are also includ
3TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 2
County of Pickens.
Office of County Treasurer, Pickens County, S.
Pickens, S. C., Septomb
V'HE TREASURER'S OFFICE WILL BE OPEN
OCTOBER 15th, UNTIL MONDAY, )ECE
1906, WITHOUI PENALTY.
rhe Rate of State, County, School and Special Tax, Ir
Poll Tax and One Dollar and Fifty Conts Commut
In accordanco with an Act to raise supplies for tho 11
Tanuary 1, 1906, notice is hereby givon that the oflico of
Pickent County will bo open for the collection of taxes foi
Uionday, October 15th, until.Monday, December I1. Rates p
Levy For State Tax............................
Ordinary County Tax.................
Constitution School y'ax............
R oad Tax.............................
" Sinking Fund.....................
For Rebuilding bridge................
Total levy for State and County Taxes........ .
Levy for interest on Pickens I. R. bonds. Pimke'ns C. I
Levy for interest on Pickens R. 11. bonds, Hurricaio T
Levy for interest on Pickens 11. R. bonds, Eistatoo To
Special Levy For School District No. 8 2 Mi]
49 . .' I 14 4 4 1 9 4 '
46 4 44 9 . 44 is 44 11) 2'
4 4 1 1 4 4 i 1 : 1
" 4 4 "1 36 2 '
" 4 6 44 12 2 '
44 44 4 1 * .17 2 *
A Poll Tax of One Dollar uoir capita on all male eitizi
of 21 and 60 years, except such as are exmpt by law, will b
A oommutation Road Tax of One Dollar and .ifty C
at the same time as other taxes from all male citizens betwee
50 years, except such as are exempt by law. Unless said ti
March, 1907, ive days work upon the public highways will
Taxes a re payable only in gold and silver, United Sta
Bank Notes and coupons of Stato Bonds whlich become pa:
Parties desiring information by mail 'm regard to thii
the location of their property, and1 include p)ostage for a re
axes by eheck must include the ohmarges for colecting.
HI. W. I
Uard of Tuius.AheatFi
Mr. Editor please allow me through recently made
the columns of your puper to express laying one distirn
my sincere thanks and appreciations figuro 5. She ham
to the voters of Pickens county for another EngliBh
the vote given me on the 11 of Sept. an egg just as dli
in electing me to the House of Rlepre
sentatives from Pickens county. I 7t~t
will ever endeavor to (10 ny (duty an d Just to see if yt
compensate them by true anid 'otlici. About 1,001) Ta
ent service remnderedl to alhl the people. Enm~ dl, s 1.rtm
Respect fully. fow as you wanmt
J. Ashmnote oliniton. School Siates 5c.
fiction 5 and 100
A Cud tf 1I4)tuI(. 1)loridgedl.
To the voters of Phekens eo inty I--. ..
take this mecthlod of thanking thn- Applicati<
mny voters all (Jser Lihe co(unity whlo I TT OF~ s0
cast Ba liots for mae, tor 8npervis:or On (o0r o''V0
the 11 uIt and of saying thbat I feel To lHon. J1. T1. 0
deeply grateful to them for the con. We, the ""do
toabove Stato and
fidonce reposed in me, I will give totition that you
the county my best survico corpJoratinig the
as thme White C
Most llespectf ully Con tral Tow mns
E. Fi. Looper. afioresaid.
.F OR SA LE: 20 head of yearlings, .Rev.
soam a fine Jerseys in lot; 20 heaud of tho- - Isae Sim ~pso
oughbred Ilerkshire and 0. 1. C. p. Meoilore, A. HI.
at the John Fergson farm. Decog
WV. it. Freemanm.
If you want to soll your land in ABIG
town or country or buy farm or tim- 110 acoreS g~oo
bor land or town prop~erty seo or ibherlty; 75 ini e
write me anid I will saye you mooney. .2 in wvoeo we]
WValhalla, S. O. .ae Ali <e
FORl RENT-300 acre farm 2 miles a'pply tw\. I
above Pickens, good tenant house and C. E. Robinson,
out housos. Apply to Edwin Earle,
-Piens, S . HO.
STATE CITA iON.Rocky Moun'
TAEOF SOUTU CAROLINA, Brinrs Golden H
00unty of P'ickens. A pociell for ('on
and1 laneru Lrouble
By ,J. BI. Newbor'y, Enquire, P~robmto inood. Ilaa ireai.
Judge. and naciowner.IL'
Whemreas, M. TP. Smith mmde suit to nlorn'swera ii-:( (
me to grant him Letters of Aduhninisht ra 001.DEN NUGGET
tionm of the Estate of and effects of Johb
0. Smith deeoased. m
These are thmertforo- to cito and ad- K LLTI
monish all and singular the kindred ami14 AND C U R E
credltors Of the said Job C. Smith .___ _
deceased, that they hue and appearu hn.
fore ma, in the Court of Probuate, to b, WiTH
held at Pickenms Court House, 8. (J., on
the 10th day of October~ 19061, afwr
publicat ion hernof, at 11 o'clock( in the w I
forenoon, to show cause, if juny thley
have', why Ithe said aidminuist ration '9ONStil
shoumld not be granted. F OR oUU~ol
(Iiven uder my hand and nedi, this ~ 01.08
the '26 day ouf Sept. 1906, in the' 131int
year of ourll inldepen i)leiCO THROATrv.
. f. - ..- ....,,n,,,
r 15th, 1906.
teluding One Dollar
attion Road Tax.
ioal year coitnonoing
County Treasurer of
maid fiscal year from
er cout. of taxation are r ent.
1. Township, 2j mills.
)wnsh ip, 21 mills,
,vnship, 2.1 mills.
mn hetween tie ages
ents will b collected
n tho ages of 21 and
X is patid by the lst of
?3.s carrontey, National
able)1 during the year
r* taxes w~ill pleaso state
Ily, and thoso paying
of Pickens County.
record in eggs by
etly marked with the
now been beaten by
lien, which has laid
stinctly marked 6.
u will buly a bargain:
blets, some large, some
ksome for pc1il; not
mi l100. As miany or as(
ait 5c a piceL. ~II x 9
A now lot of works of
t pico for 25o b)ooksI. __
o $1.15 for WeIbster's
ST. D. HARIS. 1C9l a~~ u
>n for Charter 'Il
J'ICK (NA. LIASupersedecs Time T1able No 4
saEfective Miarcha 10) 1906
rutt, Secretary of State' IRead liown l1(end Up
signed citiZens of thle No 12 No 10 STATIONS No iI Not9
~ounty, respectfully po- 5ixed Mixed MIxedl Mixed
4i1l grant a Charter, in- 4:40 pmt 10:40 nm Iv p'ickens ar 2:55pm 7:5 pm
[laptist church, kn.own 4 :45 pIna 10:45 am Ferguson 2:45pm 7:30 pin
-a -pigCuci 4:55 pml 14:55 nm11 *p'arson's 2:30pm 7:20 pm
IC prig hiiebin5:00 pm 11:00 ama *A rIaIl's4 2:25pma 7:5 pmi
i}, State and County 5:10 pmn i1:05 nm *Mau~lhIn 2:20pm 7:10 pm
5:15 pm 11:15 am ar Isasloy lv 2:15pm 7:05 pm
.". W. Moore, Pastor. NoIiOiict ihSti(ira(alwyNcii
, .J. W. Wrigh t, SamuelIC~SwthSuhenliiliv o1
Oglesb~y, Sainuel Laty, N.2 oii~Swt o0Iiriiala oI
IN IN LAND, iAt.~Ti~~iTt J~O~N
farm lind rit town ofAuiiIiadioirarofrinte,.
tltivattion ; 15 in pature; wtt.H .E~c~eArl1,101
I wateredi; goodi dwell- II.'~rllN
clings. Itonts for $200. (:4 iaN.lt(llyOejtSliafrI5i
inI bo0 had1 for $40 per ulrls1:0ii.
3 desxirable building lots 21 m o 3dtlyfrIari'(i~i
iii good andt terms easy., ~ herCili~lin notrai iinc
I.Camn Lborty, toornie ugitSm1e wt .4.4
Il'ilkenis, 1mr alcitricte,1111a ~a ec i a..
cl...........for IaliBousfryJreiPeoplAeta C('
ti pattion.:4) mIndigerlettaion.0,i Liverln
4, Pjimplets, 1:czemn, Impure erai (:0
tCocky Mto~lftnint '1O.IiTe b 02a in , o 8?tltlab-~i ,1idty fo
a box. Glenu ine mn10 by a024au itriLItosttbt.
(IMI'ANY. 5MadIson, Wis. .0 in o tdiyxeitSuyfmm
*FOlSLOWPOPE agi1 '1 Stha ueiim tation ii
-.. . .- I 2Alil tran , eiity fromp Ctaleso t itry V 1ar
rl'No. 4 nets ith4~ Souithroug linwe No 39C
THEL iNNo 9 connectol with ot h r Ia. la o
No. li, nect wih. '0 ulthrnyata(ll.a Not c1 a 'i
Nor1iines t Southerniiailwa No40...24p
KK"ioran ifomaio ap' t
va'dlire, 'lr. fecive Apriust-, 10.
TA PA NTICE. w;
IIPION Prco 6:30ii a m, N (.18datlye xwilpt Iun ty, for- S
risos andhC (ntereyt tones ariv Te -
and 60o & $1.00 da' areu 9:00 ay im. c onhat
Froo Tial. tonl3 tconneetin af mter eah sAlc.a.,
S T raiunNHe fo~Ii- ticm Wsigo
anckc enCtrrnor lll (, am. nun ihC
W. Trin o.TRforSpatauorg nir,
2:22~l. a 8p mNw1 ry300p0nClmba44
ce for our Fall. Announce
honley And Co.
Watfch this space for our
.A n non n nemnt.
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE.
is is still in business at the same old stand by him-~
>me around and get some bargains in general mner
3, but don't all come at on~ce. I will sell your a
undi sack of good flour for 50 cents. And all
things according, minus Meat and Dried Fruit
:h is as high as H-laman was hung. Irish potato
:d, Bliss, Early Rose, Burbanks and Beauty of
Hebron, by the peck at any old price.