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BBkeiis Seniinel-JsuriiaL
Kpentngs o( a Local and Personal Nature.
would you HUo to bo >i bull
Hat, anyhow?
?Mr. Herbert Parsons of Liberty,
in town Moutlay.
I"BB ?l*- l'ftyior will be 111 ins galJjm
lory in Pickeus August 10.
ijfl ?A number of candidates were in
town Monday extending the "grand
iW.re. II. L. Davidson, of Atlanta,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr- Wubb :
this week.
? Miss Mary MoGuwan, of ttp r-1
tauburg, is visiting the Mihshs l'\>lg \
er this week.
v 11
'i'Viday will ho rod Klt?ir day
B| in (he educational history of .Six Mile(
fl| A number of bpotikeiH have heeti in.
\ vited, and us the people ^eiiorallv urn
at leisure, a l>i?* crowd will no doul?l.;
I attend. l'lie Six Mile people arc
very much enthused over education,
1 ""in" lo see to it that their
T i n hilVC- UlO l)U?t U!i
l$Sl? !.?
j :
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? P. Eugene Alexander in sutlering
tlio rneonvenienee of a Bevorul}
Ji uprained ankle. The Hprajn was inI
HipIoiI iliii imr n lirncl ic<( (riii.w> ,,f 1... 11
? , V t->
A. MeAliwler is announc, <1
^oi?iaor this \ve?'k. He is a
aft) ami should h? be
vbe ^('Vuity'H alliiiro wuulil be
j bauds.
I \M .w.vsotiH interested, are urgod j
jpSWo meet at the Pickens cemetery on
next Saturday, August Gth at 0 u. in.
for the jiurpoHO of cleaning oil' and
beautifying the same.
?The Innd of the Hollanders is
(ail to be filled wind mills, wliit;!)
reminds us that (hero will bo enough
v in I to go to wuBte ill L'ickeus county
in the next thirty days to run all
the grist mill# and factories in the
?Messrs 'loin,' Bowen, Sain Ash
more, W. E. Griflin, YVaddv Chap
man, Edd Fair, John Griffin and
Ernest Freeinvn left Mondny morn
ing for an outing in the mountain'''.
O ye gods and little fishes, he cere
ful how you Hwiin!
?Edgar lliott, who began his
mail niu on the Soul hern several
?ltjyn ago, uoiue Louie very much indeponed
lant Friday. /fie lmn l>oou
gradually iiiiproving/fiirice reaching;
J'icketiH, and will likely return to Inn
work in f. very short time.
?J. Mat Kkelton announces thin
week for Supervisor. IIo woa rinsed
near Kaaley and wt/uwls well with tho
people wherever he ix known. Ho in
a Hitfe and conscientious business
11m<i), and should ho he elected to tho
office he would look after the same
to the best of hit* ability.
? J. I). Holder is announced this
_ week for cotton weither for t hit*
township. Ho hAh held the position
for several term-*, aud by bin uniform
good judgment und courtesy ha<
1 won the conlidnuco ami esteem of the
' people. ShouH he lie e'ecUd a;;ain
lie would continue to h rve tho p -o
pie iaithfully aud well.
I i
?Claude Hutchins, of Liberty,
spent Saturday in Pickens.
? dipt. Ivy M. Mauldiu bus returned
from a brief trip to the (Jftte
?You ciin {?et Coat's thread at 50
cents per dozen spools at. Carter's,
?"Tito man with tbo boe" will
soon bo transformed into "tlie man
with tbo basket.
?A. II. Dngrall, Ksq., of Anderboii,
was in town Thursday on professional
? There was an enjoyable lawn
party Friday evr <,in^ at the homo of
ex .Soi.'itor \V 1' I'owen near Pickens
? Vis*. Ver.na Johnston, .uuightor
ii v/i. jr.. o i'j. tlolHiHtov*, (jf (iruenv
.1 *, .siting the family I' W. T.
I. i ?.
- !.. st Chiles of lower
I*ii \m i, \\ ho Ir.rf been on a visit to
tl ic I i os A ii more, returned homo
Sat i i
- ' i jre n is just, arrived a solid ear
Ion.' . i th si li^dit running and most
?> ' .? it l'l oruhill .vugons ut CarI.
r' 1. b .rt
-M at.d Mrs. I), .1. Carter, of
A iui ta returned liviino Suiulav, af
it u. .. -
I uiig^ ik \>eeiv or SO Willi IlU.'
t.Hut's I ai out's, Mr. and Mrs. \V.
! 1. A sl?t i >i e.
j 3\u?h daudu Ashnioro, oT Allan]
ta, r< tidied 1 icketis Saturday afterI
noon to spend line vacation at home.
Miss Maude has a larqo circle of
friends who at u pleased to meet. her
i u<piiu.
?l'icltens Druj* Co. have a splendid
assortment of flush tuinip sued
in hulk, ('all and nut some and
plant tin in before the season ;;et.>
out of the ground. If it continues
to rain every day, plant betwuen
?Let nil who are interested assetnhle
at Secona church Friday br-fore
the first Sunday in August for the
purpose of cleaning olY the j?r?ive
vard. Xotliiiu' in.lioni..^ ........ .1
? ? ? ' * n * ,u v,? 11J*/ j i# v. t ii i
I )y the morals of u eoinimmit v than
( its revcn nee and cure fur the resting
I place of the dead.
- It was a glorious ruin that IV!I
! h?;vo Sunday illtei-iioi?n uih! i.i *111
i .
| I he ruin was not so local as tin
|filr;wers that have heen passing about
for seVeia' days, ? i111< r, this covered
I a broader niv.i ihni any oilier lain
n for hUMiO time and \\ ill
i i \>t h is iti'i<. enelieial olu-els
aiieachin^ ?? ,u ' 1(;.
, ^ ?.r ivi.st at this tu
? A strong Hlort is ; nri J< to
orgniiiz ! ii lycouiu course in !*:< !<< ns
<luriii<r tho (Mining winter. lVof.
Uumowull, of Woilord College, was
in K.ibWy Monday living Id iinan^o
a course for PicUons m.d llu-lcv in a
^roupe with WoJVord College Such
an iirran^'cii.ont would he admiralde
from (llH fiK't 111-it hi.ell I'luviu I.
ami musical alt: >?ctions could I?o oh
tainud much morn reasonably by
Huch a combination- A c 'inmittoc
ooiiH>Htinof Mis* I'Vum'.os Ha.'ood,
ami Miiwh. W. l'<. Dci'dy and T. .J.
Mauldin wero appointed to canvasa
tiiu hitualion at L'lckciu and hoc if
Hiioh an a rangonxnt could bo perfected.
?The Sunday school picnio al
Codor ltook Saturday was n ?*reul
success. There wo to u number ol
-excellent addresses, a huge picnic
tiinner, and a good time generally
\v:<s had I iv I hi! large number in attendance.
These excellent people
| live in a land of plenty, which is dej
decidedly oident when tho dinner
hour arrive** and tin* dinner banket*
I are opened.
--Franklin Taylor, a former citizen
of I'iekens, who has boon living
in Northwest Georgia for 17 years,
lias lately been visiting scenes of former
days and renewing old acquaiutences.
I l?j formerly huntol over
the very hills 011 which Pickens is
located, and drank water from Stewart
spring witlun tlies corporate limits.
lie lias not been in l'ickeus lor
1(> yenrs ami tiuds wonderful changes.
Mr. Ta>lor inn recently located
in Oconee county near Seneca.
.1. Wilton lloster was married to
, Mi<s Kamt-cv in Atlanta on Weduesj
day, .Julv 27. Wilton is an ener.et
I ie, industrious \0u11g man, who is
| making his way in the business world
of the Gate City, and now holds a hisponsible
position with the Atlanta
j Klectric I'ower Co. Mrs. 1 fester is a
charming young wo'oan formerly of
Augusta. Mr. and Mrs. Hester are
! in Pif.kdtiM '>11 i? *<? '?
. w. ?.? Vioiv L\; ill' ^ l V/UIII CI
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hester,
and are rtooiviny warm ci n^ratulatiuua.
I ?Tim 1'ickens Graded School will
j open Monday, September 5tli. The
same cot ps of teachers, consisting of
I l'n?f. \Y. IDendy, Miss Marie
; Folder ami Mis,-1 !ssie Hughes, have
! been re elected for the ensuing year,
j The past session 1ms marked the
j most sucei -ssfnl in (he history of the
school. Provision for a fourth teacher
lias 1 iee.il made as necessity tie
mauds. Willi the prospect of a new
i;1.1: i i n. -- * *>
j M.M.uiu- <11111 UUHt'l IHJU1 | Ml IC III, 1110
1 Milluok fur tho Ktrli(i?il i11o (loinin';
I Hussion is (lociiludly encouraging.
Lioeriy items
Mr mill Mrs. Fair Gary, of Ail:ii t
i, ntv visiting relumes tli.s wc cl..
Mrs. \V. T. () Dell, ot lioiinoke, S.
(!., is (vi.iin^ tlii& week \\ i li li r
i! 11 .i11?? , Mis. .J. A. Aii^ootl.
Mi and Mis. I!. 1' C'lu ]>ple tiro
visiting realms in lji\onia, (in.
this week.
li -nr.v Sowit'l, of Livonia, <! ., is
visiting T. 11. ''argons' family.
I*\ I'.irsons, of 1 'iekens, was cir*
mint in?* anion" liis friends and l elalivis
last week.
Miss Lillie I'arker, of Livmia, da
is I Ik- J4?11t of M iso Mat lie 1 *.11s<-11s
Miss (il<mi, of l'.<|iiii!ity, is
\ im:111 ^ in r sister, Mtv. \V, Sf. Smith.
I * ?I> i'In 11? y 11.*ft Lihnly Tlmr day
fur Dulutli, (5'i , wltcio lie acuop'rd a
, ?>' ition sim i i^lit (ipi-rator.
M ,. I lli^.i. . f I' .. I... " : ?
< ' " . ? >"K
with her u. 'tt, Mrs. S. !f. Ford, thiW.Jcli.
Mib8 N.tiie l'u io. < is vihifing
fiK nils and niul.iVis in I jti v. - * > i. i and
l 'trnesville, (Ja.
News was received on lu.st Wediies
day tlw '2(>th, announcing tin- ariivul
of h little <1 tii;;lilnr at Hit* lioin.* ?.l
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Allgujd, of lliis
| place.
'J'h(! young people of Libert)' gav?
a straw ride Saturday evening in
honor of Mink J,illic Parker of (In.
It n wilii sorrow that we reluh
I the .-u Idi'ii dentil of Mis. ,). II. (Ill
sirup, v\ ho died last iSaturd iv a ft r
.. Ul... 1. I 1 1
ihhmi. mm luuvrn u I UMMlhl Jl'nl
'sx small children to 111 urn Ik r
iImiIIi. The youngest child was one
\vi < k old.
Mian l/pscomb, one of Greenville's
most chattniug youn?f ladies, is tlio
flues', of .Mrs. Dr. VV. M. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Keo i m h .s
j iht arrived from Charlotte, wln i.
i tlioy hnvo been on a wn?ks visit to
i Mr. Keeuan's relatives.
Miss liuth Walker, ? f Fort Madison,
is visiting lier sister, Mrs. K. C.
Tlio youut; people enjoyed a ?!<*
1 i?j 111 f i > 1 lawn pnrty one evening recently,
given l y Miss Mima Bogg?.
VI l((i IMA t'OI.I.I'Ki K.
Oiiu of tlio I.?u<llii<? Schools for Votiiii;
I,utiles In tlio South.
Located in the famous valley of
Virginia, at liauioke. i.i Vii"< nin
(Jollc-gu fur young Ladies. TIiim college
represent8 tl??) hif'li> yt div.il |
opmenb of a school for j^irls. Lis1
reputation i.s naLional, studi nts luting
royistored from fliirtv states. Now
biii'diugs havo recently bucu erieled,
conluiumg steun boat, electric li^lit
ami bath and toilet, rooms on every ;
tioor. A spacious and bountiful cam
pus of ton acres surrounds the col
ieov. '''ho faculty is composed of
tw? nly live Knropeau and American 1
teachers. There are also spi uial conservatory
advantages in music, art of
elocution. Pupils have access t<> a
well equipped library and reading
room, where tho best literature, po
| riodicals and daily papers, are alwaxs
on lilo. Tho lmlthfulnesB of tho
climate in connection with the su- |
perior educational advantages maUo
this college onu of the foromost i du
cational institutions in tho oouniry.
.11 a>?>' <'liiUlr?'i? are Hlckl).
Mother (iruy's Sweet I'owilers for < 'hiWIren.
iiseti l,y Mother Oniy.n tinrse in ('hihlren's home
New York, litenk upi'olils in vI hours, cure I V
veri-hness. I Icmlmln- sininui.i>
.. ii-rin
| iiik I HMinU'ls, iiikI <U->I n?y Vmnih At nil <11 iu
Iiti>t sniii|ilt' mailt ii I . It I: I !. Aildn ss,
i?'ii'> olnisii'il l.ulMv N. v
.\?k Your Deiilur Fit's Kim!?lOstM' I
A powder foi tin' loot. It iMiivR ttwoilou
Sol', Hot, (J.'lions, Aniline, Sweating
i, Coma uinl Hiinions. At nil Druggists
mul shoo stoivs, 2f>i\ Ask today.
To get your Buggy Tiro
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?ML Willi lUC
M Tirs Setter IUm I
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f i 7 -t ! & J \ .
11/ \ AlatBr
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| ONE S8L80 {
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8 and ol her mere
1 to <j;et my pric
J . you .money.
I ters when in 1
| The Plant
! Don't ibr^
lor I am sol 11 n
n i ,n<>' | Mano," \
er made by A i
litted all ovc
makes it the 1 i
!over sold.
R. C. C
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'All kinds ol Smnmc.r Goods for
' i : r .. - i < 1
ii yuu wouki ixi comlortable.
i suits if you want to enjoy The (j<
Strouse I
High fcpt
Wc arc well supplied with . !1 kind
1 )ry (joods. Shoes, 1 l;;ts -Hid ( ic-ii
just received a bii^ lot ol Cf
gaudies and dimities. Solid case
Hardware ol every description. I
and Furniture, anything ewrythinj
July and August are usually the dv
make, lively months, c.dl on us lor
to you to make your wants known
17 Ol flSTl? M- T
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Sole Agents lor il>
Strouso <.\ l>r< s.
I iivliU A x<((
11m' is almost
{^' \ < ';.>< daily our 1;
ily an<l 1? mn-aii
li \ interest you
f' ;V> A..>ol ! ,,,!
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Load Mowers a
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'ha n<! iso a rri v i 1u>';!a
cs before you huy, a
M ak( my si ore yoi
> \M& aji w>' if -i ;-a 5
ot in.(-5 wlioii vim in
<_> tlir1 up-to-date an
\' hich is t ho st ron
1101 ican skill and \v<
)v with lirass 1 >u <^litest
lai n n i nti>\ ;-l>
:arter, i.:
nbor Al Brown iiuiul
July ami August. Ke-p
liny one of our Two jm-ec
>od Ol'l Summer J"i:n?*
is the
J'% K S N L '
s of 1 i?_ 111 summer * lotiiin
s Furnishings.
lored and \\ hite lawns,
of while lawn, 6c '.<>
lnooi.-s and \\ arsons, Sto\ s
^ with prices always rii.
ill months but lively prii s
anything you need. Its p
, We \\ ill do the rest.
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