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LOCAL BREVITIES
Some Till@! ou Know and Some /
You Doi Know About Our
Towns, Coonty & Pople se
member ne. day is
ele ay
Rev. B. .Grandy spentsv
eral days with his family last
week.
Mr. Will M. Aiken, of Pied
mont, visited in Pickens last
Miss Geneva and Addie Finley
of Pickens are visiting in Pied
mont and Anderson,
Mr: isaac A. Phifer, a lawyer
of Spartanburg, was in town
last Friday on business.
Mr. R. B. Waldrop has bought
the stock of goods of Young
blood and Brezeale.
Miss Florence Ifewer, of
Greenville is on a visit to the
family of Maj. J..M. Stewart.
The continued dry weather
is seriously injuring the crops
in this section, especially corn.
Every voter is. urged to turn
out and vote in the next primary
election which will be Tuesday,
10th inst.
Mr. G. W. Corbin is putting
the .finishing touches on the
paving on Main street. It is
quite an improvement.
Mr. E. R. Griffin, who lives
five miles north of here, was re
ported quite ill Monday with
symptoms of fever.
Abrs. Reese Fant, of Anderson,
has been on a visit to Mrs N. E.
Thornlev for the past week and
has been Quite sick.
ir. Willie Bowen, son of Dr.
and Mrs. W. J. Bowen, of Mt.
Pleasant, S. C., was on a visit
to relatives here last we k.
On the 20th the stork visited
the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. D.
Harris and presented them with
a bouncing baby boy.
Mrs. Aaron Boggs, Miss Ina
Boggs and brother, Oliver, at
* tended the annual meeting at
Old Stone church.
Mr. L. R. Dalton was in town
Monday on his way home from
an outing of a' week visiting
relatives in Greenville county.
Mr, N. A. Christopher has
been quite sick for several days
threatened with typhoid fever.
He is some better at this time.
Mrs. L. R. Roach, of Pochon
tas, Va., and Mrs. M. M. Roex,
of Fackler,Ala., are on a visit to
Judge and Mrs. J. B. Newberry.
Married, by Judge J. B. New
berry, at his residence on Aug,
27th, Miss Ollie Medlock and
Raymond Barrett. all of Easley..
Mr. J. Wade Dickson, of
Westminster was in the city
last week looking after some
legal matters in the Probate
office,
The stork has been getting in
his work around Pickens again.
On the 29th ult., a bouncing
baby girl was presented to Mr.
and Mrs. T. R. Allen.
Mr. R. E. Bruce and Mr. C.
MV. Bowen left last Sunday for
the Northern markets to buy
the fall and winter stock of
goods for the Big Store.
Mr. 2rnest Folger, of Folger,
Thornley & Co-, left last Sun
day for New York and other
Northern markets to purchase
their fall and winter goods,,
Mr. A. E. Mull, who has been
* clerking in the Big Store for the
past year has accepted a position
with Parrish, Sloan & Co., of
Easley, and left Tuesday to en
ter upon his duties.
Three were baptized at Secona
last Sunday as a result of a
meeting- -recently --held there,
after which the pastor, Rev. A.
E. Howard, preached a forceful
sermon.
Mrs. Maria Dodgins, wife of
Joseph C. Dodgins, died on the
26th ult. Her remains were in
terred in the Nimmons burying
ground, on Big Eastatoe, the
day following her death, the
funeral services being conducted
by William Holcombe. Mrs.
Dodgins was 6$5 years old and
had been a consecrated christian
since 1864 when she joined the
Baptist church. She leaves a
husband and four childen and
host of friends to mourn her
death,
Last Sunday at MIountain View.
Last Sunday will linger long~
in the memory of some wno
were at Mountain View church.
A large congregation was pres
ent to take part in the wvorship
and to witness the baptism of
several persons. A very un
usual scene was witnessed in
the burial of an 18-months old
child and the baptism of its
mother. This was the wife and
al of Mr. Redmond Mull.
er The sad rites at the grave
people went to the pool
.baptism was administer
eight, by the pastor. Rev.
Foster. As' te -people
eaving the church a mule
ay and threw Mrs. JOE
nd Mrs. Will Durhamr
two bibies out of the
Candidates Expenses.
In accordance with the rules
of the Democratic party each
candidate is required to file with
the Clerk of Court a sworn state
ment of all money spent by him
during the campaign. The fol
fowing is the amount soent by
the various candidates in this
county as shown by their sworn
statements in the Clerks office.
S. B. Craig, $56.20. J. M.
Stewart, $20.00. J. M. Welborn
$20.0. E.P. P. McCravey, $33.70
Fred Williams, $10.25. J. A.
Hinton, $15.25. J. H. G. Mc
Daniel. $36.00. A. J. Boggs.
$52.60. 0. S. Stewart, 890.85.
R. R. Roark, $21.00. J. C. Jen
nings, $27.00. L. J. Connelly,
$30 45. N. A. Christopher,848.50
J. P. Hyde, 831.20. J. D. Aiken
$45.40. H. W. Farr, $25.50. A.
L. Edens, $33.00. T. H. Stewart
$41.75. E. H. Field, $36.50. R.
T. Hallum. 826.60. Elias Day,
831.85. J. L. Bagwell, $22.70.
J. M. Lawrence, S21.55, G. W.
Bowen, $22.20. N. B. Moore,
$22.20. E. C. Bowie, $2.00. E.
W. Pickens. $2.00. W. S.
Gantt, $4.50. J. F. Stokes. $4.50
J. M. Jameson, $5.00, C. G
Rowland, $5.00. A.S.Porter, $4.
50. W. N. Cochran, $2.00. S. F.
Keith, $2.00. W. H. Grant,
$2.18. T. W. Child, $2.00. J.
D. Simmons, $2.00. G. W.
Dorr, $2.00.
Miss Jessie Lewis Dead.
Last Sunday night the sad
news was received here of the
death of Miss Jessie Lewis.
which, occured that morning.
She was a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse J. Lewis. who form
erly lived in this county, bnt
who now live at Piercetown,
Anderson county. Miss Jesse
was about 18 years old, a Christ
ian, and had many lovable vir
tues- She had been ill for some
time with typhoid fever but
was thought to be out of danger
when she suddenly took worse
and died. Her remains were
interred at Williamston the day
following her death. Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis have the tender
sympathy of hosts of friends in
this county in this sore bereave
ment.
Cutting and Shooting.
Ice Cream festivals are all the
go now with the colored people.
They have supplanted the hot
supper festivities for the hot sea
son. But with all the ice used
it does not cool their passions nor
prevent disorder. At <me of
these last Saturday night near
the brickvard .a generat mix up
and fight took place. During
the melee someone used a knife
so freely on Gus Hendricks that
it required 80 stitches to close up
the wounds. Will Hill was
struck on the head by a flying
bullet from a pistol, but he kept
right on eating cream. Virgil
Clinkscales was cut and Sam
Terrell had a ball to go through
his hand. It is not known
whether any prosecutions will
follow.
The Six Mile School.
The -six Mile Baptist Academy
opened its fall term last Tuesday
ord, inst., with Prof. S. A. Rut
ledge as principal, and a full
corps of teachers. The enroll
ment has not been learned but
an increased attendance was
expected. Some improvements
have been made on the girls dor
mitory and material is being
put on the ground for the erec
tion of a boy's dormitory to
cost $2,500. This building will
accomodate forty boys and is
expected to meet present de
mands. As the school grows
from year to year, both the
boy's and girl's dormitories will
be enlarged. Arrangements
have been made to take care of
the boys in private homes until
the building is ready to be occu
pied, which will be about Octob
er 1st. Sttidents are urged to
enter at the opening of the term
or soon therea.fter, and all who
contemplate attending this in
stitution are urged to see or
communicate with the principal
Prof. S. A. Rutledge. Central,
S. C., R, F. D. No. 2.
Mountain Trip.
Quite a delightful time was
enjoyed by the crowd that pass
ed thru here kst Tuesday on
their way to Table Rock. Tlhey
reached the hotel that night and
Wednesday mlorning began to
clinh and explore the glorious
scenery of the mountain and
to view the surrounding countr'
Thursday they surveyed the
base of the mountain, which
displayed even grander sights
than the summit. Friday. all
returned to their homes after
stoping at Pickens for ice
cream and cold drinks, and later
at J. 8. Morgan's for dinner.
The party consisted of: Misses
Berta and Nannie Jones, Laura.
Virginia and Ethel Lawrence,
Janette and Evelyn Westbury.
Elsie. Ola and Lula Morgan and
Rosa Murrav. Messrs. James,
Henry, Tom. Jlarvin, Walter,
Russel and Henry Lawrence,
Lson Stanl1ey and Mack Mor
gan. Miss Berta Jones, Misses
Laura and Virginia Lawrence
and Mr. James Henry Lawrence
were the chaperones. M.
Married.
Miss Nettie Chapman and Mr.
Edgar Faaan. both of Galhart.
N. C.. were happilly married on
the 29th eQf Auegust at the resi
dene~eof J. A. Holder. J. D).
Simmons. N. P., spoke the
solemn words that made them
man and wife. The happy
cnnnle have the best wishe of
Cedar Rock.
Mr. Editor: It has been quite
a long time since I have seen
anv news from this section, so
w ill give a few items.
The red spider on the cotton is
getting to be plentiful in this
community.
Misses Lila and Nannie Clark
and Mr. Furman Poole. from
Laurens, has just returned home
from a visit to the Misses Miller.
Misses Lala and Carrie Stone,
from Grey Court, visited re
latives and friends in this burg
last week.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Julian and
on Tillman. have just returned
from Atlanta. 'They came thru
in their automobile.
Miss Ora Miller spent a few
lays with relatives in Easley
last week.
Mr. Tom Bramlett and dau
thter, from Laurens, are visit
ng in this section.
Mr. Elmer Hendrix spent sev
ral days in Greenville last week.
Miss Zoa Porter is visiting re
[atives and friends near Liberty
The road scrape is now in this
ommunity, and is doing some
:plendid work,
Mr. and Mrs. D. Burdine visit
d relatives near Croswell last
week.
Miss Beulah Smith, from the
ion section, is spending awhile
with her sister, Mrs. Martin
Barr. Tobia.
A Card From Mr. Bates.
To the voters of Pickens county:
I am informed that it is cir
culated in some parts of Pickens
county that I have stated that
Maj. J. M. Stewart is in favor
f making the rate .of interest
as high as twenty per cent. and
that he is in favor of requiring
cotton mill operatives to work
twelve hours. I wish to state
that I have never made any
such statements, but on the
contrary, I do beleive that Maj.
Stewart is the friend of the peo
ple of his county and would
favor a lower rate of interest
and every possible relief that
the law could give to the work
ing people of whom I am one.
Respectfully,
W. T. Bates.
Magistrates of This County.
The following magistrates
w:-re nominated in the primary
election last week:
Pickens township, A. S. Por
ter.
Easley, J. M. Jameson.
Liberty, M. A. Boggs.
Central, C. G. Rowland.
Cateechee, T. W. Child.
Calhoun, W. N. Cochran.
Hurricane, W. S. Gantt.
Dacusville, D. F. Southerland.
Pumpkinitown, S. F. Keith.
In Eastatoe township a second
race will be made by E. C.
Bowie and W. HL Grant.
Singing Convention.
The Pickens County Singing
onvention will nmeet with
riffin church, Saturday and
Sunday, Sept., 14th and 15th.
We hope every church and
Sunday school in the county
will be represented. We expect
to have some of the best singers
in the country with us.
The public is cor'dially invited.
E. P. McCravey,
td President.
Cards of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Please perriit me
through your coun to express
to the people of Pickens county
my high and sincere apprecia
of the very flattering vote given
me on the 27th ult. I hope to
merit their support in the elec
ton to be held on the 10th.
Recspectfully,
A. L. Edens.
Mr. Editor: Please allow me
space in your paper to thiank
the people at Pickens pounty.
for the flattering vote they gave
me on the 27th. No one apppe
ciates this more than I; words
cannot express my gratitude.
God bless the people. I am a
servant of the people.
J. M. Lawience.
To the Voters of Pickens County
Dear Gentlemen:
I wish'to thank you one and
all for the good vote given me
in the last primary election.
I assure you that I appreciate
your confidence and will give
you the best service that lies
within me. Thanking you
again and again,
I am faithfully youYs,
Mr. J. P. HIyde requests us to
state to the people of the county
his hearty thanks for the flat.
tering vote given him in the last
election.
LEARN TELEGRAPHY
and earn $50. to $150. per month.
Thousands of operatois needed.
Most fascinating and education
al work. Positions assured all
graduates. Write immediatelv
for catalogue.
Spartanhurg School of Tele
graphy. Mlain St., Spartan
burg. S. C.
For Sale or Rent.
One two story brick store on
Main street, in Pickens. Terms
easy. C.. RQRINSON.
Gon to the polls next Tuesday
ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
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FacSiile S*iAgre of
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Exact Copy of Wrapper.
"Our Personal
to all
We have been in business In this town
for some time, and we are looking to
build up trade by always advising our
patrons right.
So when we tell you that we .have
found the eczema remedy and that we
stand back of it with the manufacturer's
iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves
you can depend upon it that we give our
advice not In order to sell a few bottles
of medicine to skin sufferers, but be.'
cause we know how It will help our
business it we help our patrons.
We keep in stock and sell, all the well
known skip remedies. But we will say
th$s: If you are suffering from any
kind .f skin trouble. eczema, psoriasis,
rash or tetter, we want yu t t aoul
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BUSINESSLOCALS.
FOR SALF4-40 acres fine
farm land. Good dwelling, out
buildings, water, pasture, good
orchard and other improve
ments within half a mild of Six
Mile Academy. Terms ea'sy.
4. B. Robinson,
- Central. S. C., R. 2.
FOR SALE-Nice horse and
buggy. Horse six years old;
rich sorel, sound ag a dollar,
good style, hiigh class roadster.
A bargain. Carl L. Gnllick,
Phone 863. Greenvil, S. C.
All parties awing Parson &
Ashmore will please settle the
sane right away with J1. R.
Ashmore.
FOR SALE=For the next 15
days I offer iry farm of one
hundred and three acre; of land
for sale at a greatly reduced
price. The farm is on the
Maddins bridge road;.just below
the Six~ Mile Academy, Land
lies well, 40 acres cleared, two
houses, onle four l oom. Titles
guaranteed. A pply at once to,
Mrs. Ninia Montgzomery,
CJentral, S. C.
FOR SALE-90 acres land on
T welye l4gle river, iegr Uunters
nilI. Q ares in state of culti
yation, halance in woodland.
4esonahle terins. 10 acres
good bottom land.
Wash Hunter,
R. F. D. a Liberty, S. C,
a2t4
FOR SALE-I have 300 acres
fine farm land for sale, 12 miles
from Pickens, at $5 per acre.
Several good tenant houses, a
large barn, plenty water. good
neighborhood. (1~4 cut to suit
purchaser.
J. T. Taygpx,
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PICKENS DRUG CO.
bottle will cost you nothing. You alone
to Jud ge.I
Aga and again we have seen how a
few drops of this simple wash applied I
to the skin, takes away the itch. in
stantly. And the cures all seern to be
permanent.
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