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Miss Jennie Green, of Easloy,
rids in Pickens this week.
rn unto Mr. and Mr. C. I
A e opder, on the 10th Inst., a gr.
-A. J, Booga ntf & 11e1i
4spent F port*6 4f list veek aOA
--Capt. J. T.,- Tayloi left Monday
for a business trip to Western north
-Miss Florence' owon , left last
week for a visit-to frhinds in Lausrens
-J. .3rown;. ianager of the
Piokenp.. 6il Mill, is spending this
week at/Elowry BranoTi, Ga.
---Syt. of Education It. T. Ial.
Wm has been quite sick, but., is able
tobe'at his post again.
-1%lrs. E. B. Webb, who has boon
on a vislt to her parents in Clarks.
Ville, Oa., has returned home.
-Miss (ora Bowen has returned
home from a visit to relatives and
friends at Central and Liierty.
-Misses Ina and Maka .Bogg -,
daughtern of Cleft of Court A. John
Boggs, speut last week with, relatives
-Rev. D. W. Hiott filled his reg.
ular appointment at- the Pickens
-Baptist church Sunday night, preach.
ing an excellent sermon.
-Mrs. U. L 1lollingswo and
Mr.i. Idu Smith and chi r
Eas!ey,. spent part of laet w in
-Little Mis et and bio'other,
Master Hlenry it, pont part of Iast
of all of o ~ . Pickenei needs
all the r 1 . g enterprises she
can get, b ' eat or small.
-'l1 og tho -lille from
Ander e y aj -eseriously ag!
tating Ipto) connect the
two . would' ho a great
thin .i up a large scope of.
ric) . eloped contry. Later
onl y more) about this pro
.P. McAlister died at the
hi.- his father-in-lawv, P. G.
!Thomri~ in the western portion of
the county, on the night of tho 3d
instant, from hoart troublo. Mr.
Mcklister * was well and favorably
krigwn tomanny of our readors, who'
will regret very much to hear of his
-'ecil A9lims,Adi ofI. B.
Adams, died-on t~lh 7h instant, after'
a lingerin ~Il4s' from'ity phiod. fever.
Hie was ird thei day following his
death Concord church. Theo be.
seaved parents and brothers and sis
1 te have the sympathy of their many
friends in their sad afiliction.
-Mrs. W. E, Neshett, proprietor
of~ the Bion Ton Millinery P'arlors,
Greenville, S. C., has a few wvords to
saf to theo ladies of Pickenis cotunty in
this issue She haudles a nico line
of goods, and can please thie most
fastidious. .If lp need of anything in
hil line give her a call. You wvill
be pleased with your treat nent.
'-W a shool hnprovemnent pham
phleb~n i t by.:tato S~uperintonm
leo wof d sinsati, which con-.
"is for 8ehooI houses, will' advance
100at~ of educatidop, inou opin.
n, '~,ntateriall#. There are abott
uR ')~',one orthro'other of which
~, V oery community In ti e
ty. n publication is wel .
th~r he l~~ ,~~to
taken -a -1.~ t h o
Aide by JIar~ w*.
H ~e ('(J) iflll Stu Nl!
di ia lappine aproperity be
their lot in IfM
* IJaM0t0 j X prominent
ShQ Q dont w eotion of the
W'M. a iolien Saturdey, ac.
co40qie'l by his littlei son. Mr.
Latabkmreirt~ forably on his part
f,(d4ount3 and sayd the crops are
o 9ingt fne and that the farmert;
were well up with their work.
-Mark .W. Gantt, Oct. 1)., wil be
in Pickens only a few dasa longer
and if -you need your eyei examined
Mid glasses fitted you should see him.
Do not put it off. He will also be at
E'Isloy one wyeek, from the 19t to
26th, and at Liberty fur two days,
27th to 29th. See him. He is a
graduate and comes highly recom
-The editor of a country paper
received the query: "Can you tell
me what the weather will be next
month?'" I reply be wrote: "It is
my belief that the weather next
month will vary much like your sutb
scription." The inquirei wondered
for an hour what the editor was
driving at, when he happened to
think of the word "unsettled." .He
went in next day and squared his ac.
-Ben Fr nk Fi'ebm'n had the
misfortune have hjshorsp, which
he was dri ng at tbi time on Rural
Route N .8, drdp dead near Town
Creek bri go -ds he was returning to
Pickens. ,Tjis lose falls heavy on
1fi Fre Ian as he had just recently
startedto carrying the mail and had
to purch "e extra stock with which
to fulfill hi -oontract. flowever,.le
is undismayed by disaster, and is on
,her, come home
has somo car
t all the furni
1, from tihe front
;he street. The
-n and be put in
yard must be
; for it's time to
devil's to pay
adly need glass.
come home with
- some bologna
clock anid ther's
80 huniigiy I'm
All the dinner
scraps an]si eb,
eamt standing up
&nd chiirs- all a
I diah' sprin1g
bhl Fathber, dear
with me now, forj
a T'urk; she says
* hing, and she pro
to work. Th'ere' s
Id paper to hang,
casings to scrub:
ianitig time, and
* ,. - ...no bomne and revel
in suads antd cold grub)."---Clifton
A Sad Death.
Died in Columbia on the 28th of
May, Mrs. Sallie Grifin Moore, wife
of WV. T1. Moore, of Seneca. The
cause of her death being general
paralysis, of which she has been a
aufferer for more than a year. She
was in COlmbia under the treatrment
of doctors~ when the end came. Sihe
was 34 years, one month and twenty
days o1(d when she died. She was
brought home, and after an appro
priato funeral service in the presence
*of a large congregation, was laid to
rest in the old Shiloh buryinst ground
to awaiLt, tho resurrection of the pure
and the good. She leaves a husband
and a seven. year old daughter and a
host of relatives and friends to mourn
tier death. A F~riend.
-Card of Thanks.
.Mr. E~ditor: Please allow us space
in your valuable columns to express
pur sinc~ere and heau tfelt thanks to
our friends and neighbors for. their
help and sy mpathetic kindness given
us during the sickness and death of
our dear son and brother. We do
sito especially to. thank Drs. WVebb
and Gilliland for their kind advice
and treatment, and Miss Annie Bar
ton for her kind nursing. We desire
also to thankc all for the work done
in our crops. May all of you, when
called to pass suoh trials of life be
comforted by loying friends as we
have been. May God a richest bless
ings rest upon you all. Sincerely,
D, B. Adams and family.
A Creeping Death.
Blood poison creeps uip towvards the
heart, clausinig death. J, R. Stoarn ,,
Walle Plalii, liinn., writes that a hwrid
d adfalt injured his, hand, which
sW)~ up like boeft poisoning. Buck
l~Sr1e 8ay4dew out the poion,
~ ~tb a 4otd.,clsaved his life.
* ~IrI4 : seand sores.
The mysterious death of h we)l
known and highlyrespected white
'farmer cif Pickeitg county, Mr.
Harvie Welborn, was discovered
this afternoon shortly after one
O'clock, at which time his body
was found in a 'barn on the side of
the Pendleton road immediately
beyond the Brandon Mill village
by a woman who lives near by.
Mr. Welborn brought a load of
Country produce to the city yester
day and spent last night with his
kinsiran, Adam C. Welliorn, in
McCall street. He left Mr. Wel,
born's this morning apparently in
good health for his home. le
travelled as far as the baru beyond
Brandon, whore his body was die.
covered, and was seen to alight
from his vehicle and go into the
barn. No attention was paid to
the man, as the plaOe was not oc
oupied whore the outhouse was
situated. Several hours after he
left the vehicle, which was still
standing hitched on the side of the
road, the residents of the neigh
borhood became alarmed at his
continuod absence and upon inves
tigation the body of the man was
found and subsequently identified
us 1v. Welborn, lying in the cor.
ner of the stable, his body limp
and lifeless. .
Coroner Wooten was notified and
went immediately to the scene of
the occurrence. Undertaker Mac
key was requested to send for the
body, which was done, and an in
quest will be bold this afternoon at
five o'clock, if the coroner deems
it necessary, in Maliey's undertak
Mr. Welborn was the fatherim.
law of John G. Wyatt of this city.
He has many other relatives and
friends here where h was well
known, who will regret to know of
his untimely end. His home was
with his daughter, Mrs. Ellison,
about eight miles from the city.
It is supposed the unfortunate man
died with heart failure. No evi
dencesof foul play werediscovered.
He wa% eighty-one years of age
and leaves a largo family connec
tion.-Greenvillo Herald J'une 8th.
TerrIffle Race With Dtu.
"D]eathi was fast approaching," write.s
Ralph F. J.erinand.-z, of Tampa, Fin.,
deserahiog his~ reaflfil rae~ with'deati:,
"'as a remilt of liver troublel and1( lhe' r
disease, which had rohbbed me of sleep
and of all interest in lhfe. I had tried
mony dilferent doctors an d. several med
icines', bnt got no benefit, until I. began
to) use Electric Ritters. So wvonderful
was their effect that in three days I felt
like a new man, and todIay I am eured at
my tronbles." Guarantceed at Pick
one Drug C3o; price 500.
The "Laz," Microbe.
A learned Profossor claims to have
discovered that "Laziness" is caused b~y
a germ' Tf the Eminent Doctor is right,
Rydale's Liver Tabilets can rightly be
termed Microbe Killers, beo muse they al
ways remove that tired, Jazy, slnggish
feeling that has usu 'lly been attributed
to a torpid Iiver 0or conistipated bowels.
Rydalo's Liver Tablets are guaranteed to
enro constipation and all Liver disorders.
.Pbey are small, compressed chocolate3
coated tablets, pleasant mn effect. Reliable.
Any dealer ini our remedies wiull return
y our monecy if you are no~t satisfiedl with
base tablets. 50 tablets 25 ots.
Pebbles from Rock.
WVell, my timb is very precious
for the grass in the cotton and corn
is growing fast, and while the sun
is shining is the time to put it to
Crops are looking fine according
to the chance they have had,
The farmers are putting in good
timo killing grass.
Miss Leila Cronshaw has return
ed home from Saluda, N. (5, wvhore
she has beon attending school.
A large crowd-aittended t ho Sun
day school rally at Oolenoy last
Sunday, and everybony scorned to
Miss Evie Lynch has returned
fronm Hot Springs, N. C., where she
has boon attending school.
By the way, what has become of
Mr. B.? I haven't senn, anything
from him in a long timo. He must
be asleep, if he isn't fighitingQe
eral Greeni. Moun t~9~r
The readers of ti
pleased to learn that tie~~
dreaded disease ti at scio i4"ef
able to cure In all Its stago an~~1
catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cute j #j.a '
ly positive cure nowv knowvnto e
ical fraternity. Catarrh being a tistil.:
tutional disease, requires a constitution
al treatment. H~alIs C5atarrha Curo is I
taken internally, acting* directly upon
the lolod and mucous surfaces of the I
systeml, thereby destroying the founda
tion of the disease, and giving thet pa
tient strength by building up the con
stitton andI~ assisting nature ini doinig
its work. The proprietors have no
much faith in its curative j'owei-t, that
they offer One Hundred D~olkears for at y
any case that it fails to cure. Mend for
list of testimnonials.
Address, F. J. Choney & Co,
Sold by aL Dru ggists. Halls Family
.PllU are thlboat.
Blackberry Cordial is a ieliable remedy 1fior %s6
troubles. 'Tis so pleasant to take that childrep k
it. Large bottle, 25 cents.
Sun Cholera Mixture is a good one also.
Per bottle 25 cents.
8WE 1 sel1 candIes in bulk and candles it
boxes. Pirices range froiin 5 cents to
$1.20 for boxes. And the nicest we sell are
at 60 cents pe o u .
Pickens Drug Co.
Chickens Too Small
Please take warning and keep your chick
ens till they are nice large friers, and . you
will never find them dull. Alreadv th(
11rice on small broilers has greatly dculiied
until nobody wants them. 11f yoo havec
good friers as grown ones, we are here to
pay highest price for them, but for small
oncs we Will be compelled to cut themll
way down. Tell your neighbors that Craig
Bros. want them to keep their chickens till
they are good size.
If fruit is scarce, save what there is. We
1are well stocked with jars, rubbers, extra
tops and jelly tumblers. Call on u; for
them. Yours for large chickens,
CRAIG BROS. ONE-PRICE CASH STORE.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, aiyd which has been
In use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of'
~ and has been itfade under his per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
* * Allow no one to deceive you in tits.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good'* are but
Exp~erinents that trifle wilth and eiidanger' tihe health of
Infanits and Children-Experience against E~xperimaeunt.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria Is a hnarnmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
gorre, Drops and1 Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. I6
contains neither Opitun, M1orphne ncob other Nar'cotio
substaunce. Its age is its guarantee. It dlestroys WVormus
and allays FeveiIshneiss. It cures DIarruhooa and Wind
Colic. It relieve~s Techh ing Troubles, curen CownstipatIotm
and Pilatulency. It assiunilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-Theo Mother's Frieund.
CE NU IN E CASTOR IA AL.WAYS
'Bears the Signature of
The KInd You Have Always Bought
in Use For Over 30 Years.
THE 0 ENT$~T (,omtDff% V' M4JUnfAV $Sitt?. N~I, VOflK CITV.
Pickens, R. F. D. No.,1. siniging at the(111(1 eburc iSunda nighlt,I
Mdrs. S. HI. lirown hmas beejinright and niot withstanding th('raUIn jst be
unitbutei impoviri, ne, t Moo was ii good r-owd
out.i.i.~iprvngi Bro. VI-rnonI I vopped at Mrs
MIiss4 Florenenc Hendr~hicks visitedu JniFil' anhyvnng onl
)mCneMnwl rphanago lad~I his w~ay to Oolenuiy, antd ja hiorn~
vokM . de directly hie to~ok it, oso from
Olisbw Nt~on antd Miss Y Mathio baggy. A collection vanH talken
-Aicson vaswitd .isT'O~ in .SUnday night to help hin on account
incus' lfl8L ' of his ..oss., which alIinohltedl to $L7.50,
Our ph~alwo, R1ev. E. A. Ioward,
ldn' 1II fiSis apointment at G3rif~h.....-nodr
."3'KJan assisjtin~g in a met Embroidery and White Goods Sale.
el an andl sent Rev. Ji. A. eNo~ siiiuny tie 1tmi 1 Win ofre'r i- yuk
a h'ftzm1is plaico. Bro. Miles miNed3 > YI)ii il t ~,wrth36il e t 0I
is train Saura innn and didn't IC Wrl : S *1 I 1 fhlu1
tot to Lihe chiurch for, serviet~ Satir- >~ vii ~ vr i~.NLi yir'l illho~o I l
lay evening, and the~vord' Wont out . I , J)oII (5
,bat th1ere woulhd be no I~reaching on .---~
sumnday3. He[ cuma on. however, aind, Tresspass Notic.
le'hvered an ' ermon to iiallltrni i~lrbywri~ o.
irnall but i- - owd, irtithunt, II'lh, se omit 11he, onut timhor, make
.omp'imnt~ ing "KEvergreen roads, travel oror, <.r ii, nyway trespa-s
Sunidaiy- Schto - .tendedia 1)y onl anly of mry landt, nutder penalty of
hiro. J, Rt. Con' i the law. Mris. Margavet Ni rotte.,
't~ ~44 R MIM
And we are wvell supplied with all knd n 0 -ot a,
weathier goods .
We haves just received another big shipment o
white goode for waists. Our tr ade dn white goods has
been imngjse this seson, and we have some new things
to,,sh owyob, a pettier nec f patterns than we had at
the first of the season.
Big Jot of Two-pIece Suitas tWi Pitt yOurd0avy suit aside
and ho comfortable lIt a ic light t p ce suit, Oart fit any size, sliin,
stout or regtt-.r.
N"iW SHOES AND OX7ORDS GOffGt YPAY
Big line oif Oxfords for men, womwen ai ohIItuh lo a n
whiite Anmong the many popular brands "of aho t ~i
St:.ts:on. Walkover, lBattle Axe, Pelter's Black Ifamnoh~ Sele Jui1'
los~e altdi othiers, all winnors. - - s
HAIlDW Almt,, HtAltNE~SS. BUGGTIES, wAGONS SADD~EII It '
F'UR NIT17I-One of the beat lines of Bug Ies and Wago. is o -be
found in the state. we are solo agets for the Chase City Bug fy and the
celebrated Mitchell Wagon. Oall on un for anythink fOUU ,o we, are
always glad to serve you, ano we appreciato. our bus ness. Weproe
to mlakce hustling iuonths~ out of Jutne, Jul an uiAugust, it lowv pr1~.Me
anlything t.o do with it. Our entire line of I~yGoshas been streun ed~
with a large ailng in order, and we can atppte your wants as wel now as
we (otild at tho first of the season. YOU' IrULY,
FOLGiER & THORNLEY,
500O yards whito L~awn, thle 20o and 250 kind, to go at 12+ and .150.
Olotmising, Shoes. IMats, amid Gesat'i b'mig, slig Goods
McINTYRE PAYS THE EXPRESS.
Send me Money Order for $2.50
and I will ship you by Express
PR'PAID, in pl ai n s package if
d esired :
------OF TH-E B ESTIX.
TIHTAT IS PROD UCED IN NORTH CA ROLINA.
0. B. MCINTY RE,.
Piostofice Box 207- Asheville, N. C.
We Set Them.While You Wait
* n -GO TO
C, Vt Garrett, Six Mile, 5, 0,
To hav your tiros set for $1 00 per
set. Anything from a buggy tire to
a two inch wagon tiro.
CJome and see for yourself.
SMvIt beats the old way, taking
from 20 to ;;r mllinnutes.
(Poorly constructeD (
AND -ILL - FITTING = SHiOES5 \'
Are High at any price. There is no
satisfaction or economy in wearing them.
Come to us for your shoes. Wse will
sellh yo ou goht.Odr nes ill fyGse that;be thee"
filtu. And if te not rig ts will
mviake them right. ......
ride & Patlpn,
GRErENViLLE, . C.
he season is a little advanced, but not too much Gso
Spring and Summner Millineryw.
\e can suit you in style, quality and price on any
thmg in out lne of goods which is'thc very latest and
beCst creations of the Milliner's art. We also handle
all accessories that goes to complete "My Lady's
Your patronage solicited. You wvill be pleased wtl
your purchases. Ladies of Pickens come to
n Ton Millinery Parlo r
0.RB. Mc1NT. L P1
we, Set Them W ohile Yoru Wait
R NVILLE - SOUT S CRleN% 4
Renews the hair,makes t new ag$In,restorsth rt , p
wat you n ed if yourhaIl ia faded or turnin g ray
restores th 6color, Sto fallin hair also. zao