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oMo TWAg !o Know ad S3015
I*u Dont. now About Our
Towns, County & People
-The -contest closes Saturday
night, July 1st, at 10 o'clock.
Get in your votes before that
-Mr. A.B,Riggins,of Liberty,
R. 3, has sent to this office a.
cotton bloom found in his field
the 20th Ist.
-Next Saturday marriage li
censes will be on sale in South
Carolina at one dollar each. A
word to the wise is sufficient.
-Mrs. Watts Hudgens, of
Chattanooga, Tenn., accom
panied by her daughter, Miss
Kate, is 9pending a time in
Pickens with her sister, Mrs. J.
.. 'Callaham.
-J. E. Medlin reports cotton
bloom on 28th, found in field
planted the 29th of April. He
has a fine crop of cotton, of the
Broadwell Dou ble-jointed va
-The genial J. 1). Moore was
chatting with his. numier6us
friends Friday afternoon, and
after enjoying the hospitality of
his friend, Mr. Will Griffin, over
)ligilt, left for his honie in
Oreenvlle, Saturday morning.
-Claude Hester, the mlerry,
happy-go-lucky former Picke ns
lad, Who has been sojournhlig
several weeks with the old folks
on account of the sickness of his
baby, left Monday morning for
his new home over in Georgia.
-Mrs. Eva W. Branlett, wife
of Dr. John W. Bramlett, of
Chester, accompanied by her
daughter, Miss Sarah, is visiting
the family of Mr. John T.
Hutchin 's, head machinist of
the Picke s Cotton Mill.
gin', the sweet five
months-old ifbf-Of-Mr. and
Mrs. 0. L. Clayton, of Central,
died on the 17th inst., and was
buried the day following its
death at -Bethlehem. The be
reaved parents have the sympa
thy of their many friends.
--The young people of Ooole
noy district will give an enter
tainment in the new school
house next Satsurday evening,
July 1, beginning at 8 o'clock.
Admission will be charged,
;he proce.eds to be used in fur
lishing . the building. Public
:ordially invited to attend.
-See change of ad. of Pick
.ins Drug Co.. in this issue. Dr.
lum has been tinkering with
h ~is tock of drugs and patent
mnedi ,ines, and this "bilious"
attack has caused him to "throw
up" an effusion which will be
f'ound in his regular space,
though the doctor says young
"Jule" Boggs was the "sick
an" After perusing it our
readers cani figure out who is or
was not sick.
-We have received a card
from J. D. Moore, of Greenville,
in which the redoutable old
timer requests us to publish the
name of a man living in Liberty,
who borrowed $1 from the "old
market n'an" several months
ago, promising to return same
next day, but many suns have
come and gone and that dollar
has not yet shown up, and
"J. D." is hpot under the collar.
Our old friend should brinrg into
play a mite of his well-known
philosophy. If we published the
nrame of every subscriber who
owes us a dollar we would have
to add several columns to the
S.-J. Our Greenville friend is
all right, but we must respect
fully decline to accede to his
request. We do not publish a
Tom Watson sheet, and to
print anything that would be
smirch the name of a private
individual is not our aim and
circut1, wIll be dedcatei A .y 9, 9
ati11 n,, by1 ev. W M. Dun
nean, P. E. Everybody cor- tc
dially invited. Lb
-Married, on the 25th inst.,
Miss Allce Trotter and Mr, Ben- A
nett Anthony,A. A. Jones, N.P.,
officiating; all of the Glassy
Mountain section. $
-On account of the regular a
meeting of the county. board
falling on the 4th of July, that b
body will meeton Wednesday, a
5ith prox, F
-Mr. "Bud" Cannon, niglt
foreman -of the Anderson Oil w
Mills. was the guest Wednesday d
night of Mr. D. B. Finney and t
-We understand that cards tf
have been Issued announting
the marriage of Miss Eva Earle,
of Pickens, and Mr. Edwin Ful
ghum, of Wilson, N. 0., on h
July 5th. 1,
-A OAIm.-I wish to thank 0:
my - friends for their kindness E
to me during the sickness and S
death of my wife, who died
June 12th. I assure them that g
their kindness is appreciated Is
and will be rememberod. J. m. P
-Our good friend and sub- t4
scriber, Ed. Brazeale, of Salem,
R. 2, was visiting home folks -
last week in and near Pickens. K
He has a good farm in, Oconee Of
and is getting on well in his
new home. "
-Dr. and -Mrs. E. B. Webb w
and little daughter, of Atlanta,
hare spending a time in P1lckens,
ldrinking in great raughts f I
ouir health-givinig ozone. They
are stopping at Mr. W. 13. Free
-The many friends of Miss '
Lois Newton will learn with le
pleasure of her marriage, on the d
21st inst., to Mr. Olin T. Hin- H
ton, of Easley. Miss Lois is a
very popular young lady who va
numbers her friends by the e
score, and they all join in wish- t
ing her much joy. The groom is A
a very popular young business t<
man of Easley, who is well n
known to rpany of our readers, bi
and is to be congratulated on
winning such a prize.
-Moore & Mauldin, who have "l
declared war on high prices,
have pushed off many goods
since their sale began, and the
buying public have pounced on
thespe bargains with avidity.
They take a snace in this paper
to tell our readers what great Pi
bargains are in store for them .~
during this sale. Many articles
of merit, too numerous to men
tion, are offered by them at a
song, and they'll' let you singF
the chorus and join in the re
Colored Methodist Meeting and Orato
rical Contest. e
On July 4th, at 7:30 p. mn.
Prof. James Tolbert of Green
ville, will deliver an address at 1
the Pickens (colored) Methodist
church. He is a very able schol
ar as wvell as a very pleasing
practical speaker. Everybody
On the n'ght of June 27th,the
Epworth League held the De
clamation contest the prizes be
ing awarded to the following
contestants: Mettie Rosemond,
first; Irene Bowen, second; Ifle
ride Boy~en, third; Sereptha
Griffin, highly commended.
The speakers in the contest one
and1 all, made spendid1 showing
and the occasion was a brilliant
Hovey 13owven renderedl an ex
quisite solo in a style peculiarly
his own. J1. C. Gibbes,
Professional Cards
Pickens, S. 0.
Otlice over' Pt-koma ba.nk.
48t C.
aolene c18c pe
tlon - . Goodwin.
-If you want a good Inca bi
r get a Buckeye from W. A
-For land anywhere in Pick
is county see or write J. I
.shniore. 'The Land Man."
-See W. A. Thompson fe
C. Rhode . Island Red eggi
,.00 setting', good hatch guai
-WANTED-Five or six relic
le collectors to travel; $60 to $9
month, Bond required. Writ
P.. STEELE, Augulta, Ga.
-WANTED--To let contra(
'ith party to Log Saw Mill wit:
),000 feet daily capacity. A<6
ress P. .0. Box, No. 3q6 Sum
,r, S. 0. .jeh-1m
-Dr. T. A. Seawright's Den
Ll office is in the Masonic Tem
le, upstairs, over the Picken
rug Co.'s store. When in nee
dental work call and see him
-Fon SALE-A good famil,
Drse; good style; weight aboti
000 pounds; age right; for cas]
good note. Write or call oi
.' N. WarrI'MRE, Mar. Norri
otton Mills Store. Cateechee
FOR SALE-South west Geor
a farms. No finer lands, n
Atter prices. We speak froi
_rsonal kiw,%%'ledIge. \ii teo
Iy for new list.
Epton & Switzer,
Spartanbhuirg, ..
-N'me ]. No'ieE. Noisc1?
-Begmlrninlg July 1st, we wi]
ve. inl exchange for one bushe
wiheat, 36 lbs. of flour and 1"
s. of bran. Ve have secure<
competent miller, and guaran
e first-class flour. Save you
heat and give us a trial.
cholarship and En.
trance Examination.
The examinition for the award c
cant. schobersaiips in Winthrop Co;
re and for the admisesior of now sut
nts will 1e held at the Coun1ty Cou
ouse on Friday. July 7. at. 9 n. n
pplicantis. 111uist hA not less than fiftee
ars of age. When sthiolarships ar
Lcat after July 7 they will be awar<
those making the highest average E
is exrmination, provided they inet
e conditione governing the awart
pplicants for scholarship should wrii
Ps esident Johnson before the exam
Wtion for scholarship examinatio
8dholarships are worth $103 and frt
tion. T1ne next sessini will open
ptemnber 20, 1911. For further infoi
ation and catalogue. address Pres
B. Johnsaon, hoek lill, ,8. C,
Liberty, S. C.
actice at Central every Wednedayi
Castle Hall
Ickens Lodge Nlo. 122
K. of P.,
Stated convention 8:30 p. nm,, Monla
ening after the 1at and 3d Sunda v.
Work ahead for all the Ranks.
All visitors cordially invited.
By order of
a1 L. VALLEY. C, e.
.M II. ORAIO. J. of R. and S.
We have a nice line of
liair Brushes and Combs
from 25r to $1 50.
All the leading Face
Powders and Toilet ar
Pickens, S. C.
- * -- - - - - -----
- Is. No
I X Sur day morin ,3'Q
2 oces "32imee and
logt!cnIe il u
The anle wile bih4
endngant 'col gneoft
soe NSatuess ing lo
2lowh~ we quomte and.o
2bur.,nedt rup,' ed s ~ ugr o $1f
- Best, geerk atimfe pe r sh20
J.n&nP at o'cole n iet
thin o d uspo t all ton
Goo piet g . rie~ , t1 sale pri 2 0
Go ls edgt soa cf tn eua
price 25'ie, sale price 1 2e
Bins '.kirt. hins ing re'gular pric" O0e
s ale pr ('i 4ie
Ladies flne 1isle~ glove a in black and
white, regular rarice, 25c sale
price 19e
Ladies whitei embroideried bella
very inte.st style, regular price
65c, sale prier. e
Ladies coaset~s, reenilr taries *1 00
sale prices
Ladies correts, regular prisce 6Oa
sal' larice.i
L~ad is a 26)ue in e s pireso.'e. geusdii'. so! 1
pice $'j1 1'.
(Gentoinans imnon-lIs. reguier
price .$1 25 .d p~rie '9
Good( 'jnality hn--ne hsasd-eiI'i sef
regu lar price it'e, . li prie r
.AmOskea. deta: gin.gh:sa. regulart
12 -2c kind, sale price 9
Manville dress (hamnbrasi s. ini sid
colors and fancy , re'gulasr prrce
10c, sale price b
Moore &
To every lady trading as
dagnuine hand forged shear
* whei
~, I ~:Hats
it go this summer youj
t tolgo well dressed. If
start by coming here
do away InI one of our
holass Bros. & Co.
t, you'll be in style any.
re on earth where well.
sed men are.
re also you will find
best in mens furnisb
including Hawe's
,' Eclipse Shirts, Inter
n RSochs, KneeILngth 0
rwear and Arrow Brand
krs. 0
so the fullest line of
andl Suit Cases and
Llis it will be your pleas.
o see in a long time.
'een vTi lle, S. C
Bleas t.
d aily and taking
gains Offered.
will light a huge candle
i who guesses nearest how
accord, being completely
r nvt, will he entitled to a
o 1f every guess will be
lock and put outevery ev
equire that you buy any.
every personi visiting our
morning, July the 6th.
aius that can be bought
* 1141 * a e j*1arlee.16
A a', A fe ether Iickjin, I(egulagr 20c,
kind, tualI price '15ce
Arnio'ikeu ae-ie giaghamusa. raLu
Ikar prce 94, 1kalei pr u~e
Mens1) rari.I gul e 0 l hoe, saile price 'c 1ic
1Brigh ton gn rE~, ruh~a jin ice.
253, -ale, price 19ga
F'our-ing-hatnd rties, reguilar p-rice 50Ic,
sale price 40c . ",,
All alb< Lies, regular 1J5e. sale price 20c "'
Puarosniit underwear, regular 50c
kind, a-ale prico 200
Regular 35~c bal briggan iutde r weajr
sale price 20o
Mens dIre sstsilis. regular 50c kind
sale price 40o
Mens dreas shgirts *1 kind, stale price 70c
Mens Itt-st grade $1 hiatsa, sale price 822
l1Mens tand itiyt va ' 3 )5 hps ale pri c 9
Embroideries, Laces, Etc.
( .- , 0 0 a, s 10~c .- i n aIl~ ~ ct 6.1
I o 1 'are, a gulara lo, ii de prlice ( c
or ~ $lachaon ince's, te. He at 4ec
ftI iaa nt 2-n:* i '.irnbri~oidrv ait 15ec
.0 luwhl wie100 l ernfbroidei'ey at 21c
I ratri ton to ''atch ab~ovea in alil withs
l O la iCeu J8 to 19 'J*values, atL le
Let Eere
se we will give one pai.. of

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