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~ ~ Estblished1871-Voume 43PICKENS, S. C., OCTOBER 23,9.1913 NME 1
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Believing the opportu time
for concerted action op ie part
of the prohibitionist of South
Carolina has arri 'd, a conven
tion was called a held at the
Y. M. 0. A., Columbia, S. C.,
October 9th. Dr. Z. T. Cody of
Greenville was elected chairman
pnd Rev. J. W. Guy secretary
of the meeting.
After a full and free discus
si6n by repre sentative men from
different parts of the State, it
was unanim6usly agreed to
1;unch a movement for State
de prohibition. A committee
sisting of the following gen
riwas appointed to further
A for conferences, conven
ns, .d a thorough organiza
tioi of thehple State: Dr. C.
E. Burts, chairnm p; J. L. Har
ey, D. W. Robinso, Dr. D. M.
rosson, and J. W. GuY.
It was also decided to etition
he legislature to pass' an act
roviding for an ele ion on
tate-wide prohibitio to be
eld under the same laws gov
rning general elections, not
later .than Tuesday, April 28,
It was the sense of the con
vention that .4he prohibition
question, being entirely a moral
question, should be kept entirel y
&#arate from politics and there
fore that the election should be
held before the summer cam
paign of 1914 begins.
It is the purpose and desire of
the prohibitionists that this
question be settled by the white
voters of the'State and we have
no intention or desire of organ
izing a new party or affiliating
with'any third party organiza
Everybody come to the Fali
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Terrell o
Westminster and Mrs. Salli
Terrell Smith of Greenville vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Hiot
Miss Frances Garvin of Clin
ton has arrived to take charg
of the seventh grade.
Miss Ruth Harrison of Ander
son has accepted a position a
stenographer for Jos. E. Leach
Mr. J. A. Smith, our splendi
photographer, will be at Griffli
church at the Home Coming t
make group and individual pic
tures for all who desire them.
Miss Mary Wyatt entertaine
the younger set Friday evenini
in honor of her guests from Sen
eca. Delightful refreshment
Miss Fannie Lathem of Lim(
stone college spent the weeken<
with her mother. She was ac
companied by R'iss Lodge.
Rev. J.7 ..nes, D. D., pas
tor of FiA't Baptist church I
Anderson, will assist Pasto
Ba'bh of the First Baptist churc&
here in a meeting beginnin
next Friday night, the 24th inst,
to continue thru next weelk
Everybody invited. Dr. Vine
is one of the greatest preacher
in the land.
Mr. Ellis Davis was accideni
ally shot last. week by leanin
over a fence with his pistol i
his pocket. The ball passe
thru the thick part of his thig1
and the doctor cut the bullet ou
on the back part of his thigi:
He is doing well at this writing
Moral: Don't have a pistol i
Mr.'J. A, Higgins lost a bar
The death angel entered the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ea 1l
Rogers Saturday and took from
them their five-year-old boy,
Archie. He had been sick for
Aome time, but was nqt consid
ered dangerously ill until Satur
day morning, when he suddenly
was taken worse and the end
came in a few hours. May God
bless the family in their hour of
The infant of Mr. and Mis.
Will Alexander died Sunday
morning and'was buried Mon
day at Ruhamah.
Mr. Dennis Craig and wife of
Florida are visitinr Mr. Craig's
mother this week.
0. L. Gantt, of Tifton, Ga.,
has returned to Liberty a-nd ac
cepted a position with J. .J.
Gautt & Co.
On last Wednesday evening
at the home of Mrs. W. B.
Glenn. the ladies of the Presby
terian church gave a royal re
ception to the delegates who
were here attending the Ladies'
Mr. J. R. Black went to
Greenville last week for an op
eration,'which we hope will be
the means of his recovery.
Dr. Quincy Edens, of Clear
water, Kansas, is a visit to his
parents, Mr.' and Mrs. A. K.
Edens near Pickens. Dr. Edens
is a native of this county but
went West several years ago,
where he has been very success
ful,accumulating good property.
His many friends In this coun
tv are alad to see him
Z. T. CODY, Chmn,
J. W. GUY. Secret'v.
Local and Personal.
We have several very interiest
C ing communications which are
'crowded out this week, but
- which will appear next week.
W. N. Bolding, a good citizen
of the Praters section, was in
A. K. Edens, a prominent
farmer of Route 4, was here
Don't forget Home Cyming
jDay at Griffin the First Sunday
and Saturday before.
Mrs. H1. A. Richey is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Goodwin III I
Children, we wili look for you,
at our store, Monday, 27th, be
tween 3 and 5 p. m. That's
your time. See our ad in this
by fire last Friday. The cause
i of the fire was thought to be by
I G.eat preparations are being
made for the fair this week.
Mr. Berryhill, who lives a
few miles above here, lost a fine
mare here last Friday. lie
s hitched her near Mr. Garrett's
blacksmith shop. She became
frightened, pulled back, broke
the halter, and fell upon an iron
Sistob.1 -The iron penetrated the
lungs, and Mr. Berryhili got
a someone to kill her. It is thought
t by some that some little boys
with sling shots must have
-struck the animal with a shot
' and caused her to break loose.
The town authorities ought to
n look af ter the sling shot business.
Mrs. N. S. Moseley,'of near
Pickens, spent several days last I
week with her daughter, Mrs.'
Z. T. Tate, in Spartanburg.
Mr. J. L. Stansell. who lives
several miles above here, tells us
that this past year seventeen ]
rattlesnakes were killed on his
farm. The snakes were from ,
two to four feet l6ng. He says
some were the largest he has y
We call your attention to the I
half-page ad. of Flournoy & 3
Vaughan, jewelers, of Green
ville. They have recently opened a
their store in Greenville and 1
have one of the most beautiful r
and up-to-date jewelry stores y
between Atlanta and Charlotte. C
When in Greenville be sure to
call on them. Tley wil be glad I
to show you their goods whet her
you wish to buy or not.
We are indebted to Mr. V. G. v
Hendricks, of the Griflii sect ion,
for a bottle of: fine honmemde I<
molasses. He says he made
something like :300 gallons. They a
are tle finest we have ever ti
tasted. We see no reason why --
our people should buy syrup
made in different parts of the
United states w hen such as this
can be made right here.
The following unsolicited tes
timonial should certainly be suf- (
ficient to give hove and courageI
to persons afflicted with chronic
dyspepsia: "I have been a
chronic dyspeptic for years, and
of all the medidine I have taken,
Chamberlain's Tablets have
done me more good than any
thing else," says W. G. Mat.ti
son, No. 7 Sherman St., Hor
nellsville, N. Y. For sale by all
A be;itiril home wed(in'g
vas soleniized in Central on
)ctober 15:thi1, at 5 o'clock, in
he afternoon, when M. Fr'n111k
3urt Morg1al, Jr., and Miss
Pthel'Robinson wre u nited in
ioly matriioniy. The beauliful
ing ceremony of the M0t hodist,
hurch was read )y Rey. F i1.
lason, of Greer, a class-mate
nd close friend of the groom.
'he wedding march V:s dv.
irhtffully rendered b.y M iss
fary Morgan, sister of the
roont. The matron of honor
nd only attendant was Mrs. T.
1. Norris, of Central. who car.
ied the we(1ling ring on a sil
er tray. The bride and groom
ntered together, facing the
1inistAer, before nnl improvised
Itar of panIs and ferns, where
ie minister pri' Iwonlounced them
ian and wife. After congrat
lations, a delicions sweet course
,as served. The happy couple
It on the 6 o'clock train for
:noxville and other points.
fter about a week they will he
t homo to their friends in Celn
le 8:ate of South Carolinia
Count-y of Pickens,
vihere. ti it'tihonl from, 111v fri
uldo-s aid electors of' I.vn nlrainch
'hoot i)istr(,t Nitiie 23 his Iee
ted with the Cotu nty 11 >rdI of 1 ucai
o a11 ing that 11n1 election be hll to
Lternine wiether or not an additional
)eeil levy of four (1) milIs shall be
4ied oil sid lit r ii .ict, filr- school pir
Therefore, it iW orlered that th1e
rustees of tho itove 1 amed Dirt loi (I"
o)hl ill election in said Distrtit on I tiht
5il tia of Novetmi er. 19131, at till
chool iouse. Tme risIteum ar hIt( iereby
ppolti'd mana11lugrs; the t lcivtioll 11 b 11
ondCtelid ill acoridane with Foction
742 (If tie (Ieneral Sat uNitei
By orler of 11h Coulit v liard if E11
cafnR &T. ll IUM,
Save money by going to J. J.
Gantt & Co's., at Liberty for
For bale-One second-hand
open buggy In good condition.
Cheap to quick buyer.
C. E. Robinson.
Just received another ship
ment of Netherland Oak Kiaft
leatlher seat rockers at J. J.
Gantt & Co's., Liberty.
i'or SAle--Part or all of 652
acres of river land in four miles
of (alhoun 0Ga. Apply at this
It Mill p;-y you to seo B. F.
Th I-solis uine )f goods.
Parents, doi't let the children
overlook the children's day
proposition we make in our
large Majestic demonstration ad
in this paper.
Our Keen Kutters are going
fast. If you want one be sure
to come in before October 31st. -
I have just built a new mill
house on the lot behind Folger,
Thorn ivy & Co's. store and have
installed the corn mill formerly
owned by Hughes Bros., and
have put in a good crusher. I
can now grind you first class
bread meal and crush your feed
on short notice. Givo me a call
an(d be convinced.
Robt. L. Harris, Pickens, S.C.
BoYs anid girls-don't forget
your day at Majestic exhibit.
Get a ree souvenir and a spec.
VISIT CREENVILLE'S N
We have just opened up in Greenville the best and most up-to-date jewelry
store between Atlanta and Charlotte, and we most cordially invite you to visit
us when you come to Greenville.
You will surely visit Greenville during Trades Week beginning Tuesday, October 21st, and ending October
25th. And we invite you to call and inspect our stock and let us.QUOTE YOU PRICES.
You will find our prices reasonable and our stock complete.
. We mark all goods in plain figures and have
"ONE PRICE TO EVERYBODY"
-Don't fail to visit us. A CORDIAL WELCOME AWAiTS YOU. We are located in the Wallace Building
on Washington Street. You pass our door just before you. reach Main Street.
We refund railway fare railway fare, We give moving picture show tick
et with every purchase of $1.00 during Trades week.
Call to see us whether you wish to bay anything or not. 1T IS A PL EA.S UE TO SH OW GOO)S.
'FOne Price to LOURNOY & VAUGHAN
Eve ykhel." JEWELERS C.
WALLACE BUILDING WASHINGTON STREET
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