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IS called to ou
sl , ou the 1:
fo ,. lyany tc
Sole agents foi
Shoes. All winnt
Hapuenings of d Personal
Mrs. J. L. B( indisposed
for the past fo%
Mrs. '1'. J. - is visiting
har uncle, Mr. -. . ... y, of Ear
ley, It. 4.
Don't fail to read the ad. of D. B.
Cooper in this issue. He talks good
shoes pretty stout.
The PickenB ball tcamn, but not
the regular nine, wvent to Seneca last
Thursday to play and were beaten.
Mrs. Jane Sanders, of WalhalIa,
wvho has been on a visit to her daughi
ter, Mr's. J. C. Alexander, in Pick
ens, returned to her home Sunday.
The Blue Ridge Bullies, Pickens,
crack ball team, wvent to Clemson, Sat
urdlay, end crosred bats wit.h that
team. They won the game by a score
of 9 to 5.
Miss leon nesy', of Greenville, who
hias beenf spending severatl days with
her friend, Miss (Cassie Bolt, in Pick.
ens5, returnied to her home Wednes
T'he Blue Ridge B3ullios go to
Gireer, Saturday, to play a game with
that team. Several of the Pickens
pple will go over with the boys to
root tor their home team.
The Pickens Ball team, through
lholt & Co., have ordered nice uniform
suits for the players. WVhen they
get dlressedl up they will strike terror
to the hearts of tbe teams who dare
, up against them.
The S"neca han Ii will cross'
Is with thE team this
bursdlay) E :1.)b latter's
am[iOnd. A ir promised
11 who attend. '.25e, which
Oes to help d ~penses of
he visiting tea body go to
300 the game urage the
line of Clothi.ng,
irgest and most .1
>wn this size in. the
Our stock of Clothing i
75c to $5, suits for youl
line of two-piece suits,
Buy the celebrated H-O
ways "get your money'
Hats for everybody. \
Hat. This hat needs ni
ter than any other hat s
all the latest styles.
Walkover $3.50, $4 an<
Boyden $5 and $6 for r
Zeigler $3, $3.50 and $,
We have crowds of thei
There are more $3.50 a
makes at the same pricc
To see the prettiest line
a look at the Boyden, V
Big line of Shirts, 50c t<
Furnishings. Best and
, Horse Shoe Cloth
The old wooden shelters in front of
the places of business in Pickens are ]
fast being pulled down and nice awn.
ings are taking their places. The
hank is the last to fall in line and
shows a better front for the change.
There are yet a few more shelters
that ought to corne down.
The County Union, which was to
have been held with the Pickens
Union on the 10th inst., was post
poned until the 24th inst., when it
will be held with the Six Mile
Union at Garvin school-house, be-1
ginning at 10 a. mn. An enjoyable
time will be had by all who attend. |
Tlhe telephone exchange has been
moved from over the bank and is now
in the Morris building, up stairs, over
R. Rt. Roark's store. A lot of im
provements have been added -the old
posts have been replaced by better
onvB, and they all have been set in
line on Mlain street and now set the
towvn off to an advantage.
The closin'g exercises of the Liberty
graded school wvere held on the 9th
and 10th ins. Hon. ,J. E. Boggs
delivered a fine a.ddkess. Miss lIor
once Davis wvas valedictorian and
read a sphl.Indid paper. HeIr subjecCt
wvas "Go and Do Thou Likewise.
Miss Lillian Irene Clarke's music re
cital wvas held on the 7th. The en
tire programmeo was well rendered
and showed much thought, training
The city dads are having the conn
tv scraper at work on the stieets ofI
l'iekens. At present Main street is
b)ein)g giveni a good dressing down,
the bumps being plowed andio scraped
off andl the dirt carried to the savgs
and low places; trees along the side
walks ar()elog rem-oved1; the dlraiins
are being op)ened, and boxes puit in,
to carr.y.*olf the wvater; telephone posts
are be,ing put in line, and the side
walks smoothed down. In fact, a
general cleaning up is in progress,
ando M~'ayor LaRoon says' he intends
to have the neatest, cleanest anid miost
orderly town in the state.
Shoes, Hats and (
tp-to-date line o1
State and we are
s the largest we.have ever carr:
:hs $2.5<> to $12.50, suits for m
erge coats and extra pants,
RSE SI-OE BRNN) of clohir
s worth." Get your Spring su
Ve are sole agents for the celel
o introduction as everyone kno
old for $3- We have them bo
$5 for men.
1. bor women.
n in all styles both Shoes and
nd $4 Walkover Shoes sold t
in the world because they are
of Shoes and Oxfords ever sh
Jalkover and Zeigler.
> $2. Heavy neckwear and e
most up-to-date line at right p
Chase City Bugg
ing, Hawes $3 Il
The infant child of Mr. and Mis.
t. IH. Craig is quite sick.
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. R. T.
lallum, a daughter.
Miss Blasaingame, who has been
the milliner for W. E. Freeman & Co.,
as resigned her position, as the sea
ion is abo ut over.
Prof. J. C. Taylor, of Greer, prin
upal of the Liberty graded school,
md Mr. J. H. Brown, of Liberty,
vere shaking hands with friends in
Maynard School gave an entertan
enet last Friday evening which was
Lot only entertaining but which re
lected credit on the teachers, Miss
a Ida M. Heudricks anid Essie Jones.
til engaged played well, pleasing the
.dience in every nuamber. What
nost attracted the attention of the
vriter, wvho had th e pleasure of being
>resent, was the excellent expression
in every recitation. Th'le members
i the Easley cornet band deserves
pecial praise for thle splendid music
endered du ring the entertainmrent.
lHon. 1. E. Boggs is one of the
uandiest meln we have in Piekens; he
an always he depenlded1 on in any
mergency, and1( to preven t, an awk
vard1 pamuse, keep) the mleetinlg going
it ai lively' rate, taiffy the Iadies, or
namke a tlk, he is great. Hei enn
na L politicail spc('h, deliver a
n daiy sch ool dldes opea chzII a)Qleii
liner serinon21 than lots~ of the high
salaried D). 1D.'s-and there is no1a0s
mrodlesty, resti int l ov nyaparenit
af'rt onl his part, if, per(11anceU, ho
shloubl be( cailled upo 1)1o1 fill aill oIf
hese roles in oneO duy. Lasot Sunday
10 delivered a sermon1)1 onl Homei Mli.
aionsu t in ib (2 lethodis jt el churc in
auieniilce, whI 22were grealyl delhghteod,
'1H abu1(t his dIi(22oorw. It youI'.( wot
.0 hear s -22!hin g '-hvs - chasite and11
(o0( t yv aI ul gI w it hin thet souind
clothing and g
)re.pared to prove
(d] ialts for ch Ildren
eI - to - Big
all sizes and all
g and you will al
it while you can be
>rated Hawes $3.(o
ws that it is far bet
th soft and stiff in
han any other two
the best mace at the
own in Pickens, take
verything in Gents'
ies, Iron King St<
ts, 1Boyden, Wall
The Booby Millionaire.
Ini the '11'haw trinl oneO gets~ a
glimpse, and1( not ai p)laant one, of
mlenlt, luxuryli wi thIout polish, cult,u re
or' attract ion, much01 costly eatinig and1(
dr inkig Hand Iin1e 1t10 clte andi up1hol
story with Icoarse maesHOi. TheiI
booby ill~ Iinir iO is not uniknHow n, he
is generllly the su iccessor ofth I sel111f.
madeI( miiill ionafire ; 11e p)uts wi th1 b othI
hanels1 inIto rapjid1 circlaltion h1is inher
itedl fortune11. M~ 111Yoeb momischIiev.
(ons, and( proba)bly muich morie rc.no
.9ible for' ih feeljiny or aiinm ity or
jeailousy unm joistLakabl )y stroniig ini
America, is a (class of veryv rich mieni
whoi~ siem to know niothmlii! of tho
diesi of weth I or thle grace that
(Iof I (en come in its trinii, and1( seek
(.(eape fromu f4hee'r biore<lomin unre1l1
Goods. We can
cI ts' fur.n.shin gs
\Vhat we say.
>\Tes, New I Iome
over and Zeigler
ME TO SEE US
will do our best to please
up and we are serving bet
aks than ever before, and)
>w that is "saying a good
We will be delighted to
uis to you when you come
>uir Old Acquaintance.
kens Drug Co.
N. H allum, Manager.
F'or saile-1 26 aCre farm four mniles
west of EasHley, three good houses and
:d inecessary outbuildings, etc., 75 neres
in eit ivationi balance in timber. Price
845 per acre,.'Terms to suit.
HI, M. HIESTRIf.
Winthrop College Scholarship and Fn'
Th'i. xinaiitjin for the aiward of vai
(cant, Hholarships4 in Withirop College
'iiil for thIe admiission of niow studenrts
will ie hld at thle .Court HTouse on
Friday July 5th at 9 o'clock a, m.
Apicnitia~ musti~ he not le thn fifteen
years of agi . Whe Ii schM~lolarships are
vaca.teil f-r Juily 5, they willj be award
14IdI to those0 millang the hlighiest average
att ti4EX2 xininatloln, provided they moet
thel cttions governing the awardl.
Appl'is*ants for scholarshiips shiould
wrde!IA 1..o PreidenOt JlIohso before the
ixamll iat 'on for SchbIirhipjj examina
S('holar.li's are0 worth $100 and free
depltIi eir J 8, 1907. F"or further infor-.
inabon11iLi sa caitalo Igue, 'ddress
Pres. 1). B, Jlohnso10. Rock lu;l S. C