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Happenings of Local and Personal
- -The t'rd and incessant rains arc
damaging the crops in the county.
-Miss Isabell'a Mortan of Spartan,
bbrg is visiting Miss Floride Carey.
--Rev. J.'E. Foster is conducting
a protracted meeting at Mile Creel
church this week.
-Do not forget the campaigt
meeting at Easley, Saturday next
Go out, and hear the county bullies
-Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kelley, oJ
o .:O::g relativet
orrie G reer
are visitinE
Congressman Geo. S. Legare.
-W. C. Long is here for aboul
two weeks recreation after hard worl
on the circuit.
-T. 0. Allgood is announced as t
candidate for cotton weigher in thi
issuo. The - election comes off or
August 18th.
--The Pickens Railroad will rut
an exira train Wednesday to bring
the crowds from Easley to Pickens to
hear Senat r Tillmian.
-J. T. emniell i4 annioiunced as a
candidnto for Treasurer in this issue,
le is a good safe b1utinoss man aid
if he should be elected he ould
servo the people feithfully ard well.
-Tiere einy be some short talks
from other candidates after Senatoi
Tillmnu's speech, provided the peo
plo show a disposition to hear them.
It is probable that a few of the State
eandidates many be present.
-There will be an 0l1 day singing
at Tubor church the first Sunday ii
August. Prof. Weems and several
Other good singers are expected to be
present. Everybody is invited tc
come, bring soi g books and well filled
-in an interesting baseball gam
here last Saturday the Pickens seconIl
nine defeated the Easley Cotton Mil
second nine by the score of 2 to 1
The feature of the game was the
catch by C. Robinson of Pickens it
the ninth inning, which saved th<
game for his team.
-Noah 13. Moore announces thit
week as a candidato for County con
rmissioner. Mr. Moore was a candi
date two years ago, and come from a1
setion that is growing and prosper
ous and wants representation on th<
Loardl of Commissioners. He offers
his servises again to the people.
-Joseph Keith of Pickiens County~
has purchased a half interest in the
A 1..- ~by WV. T,
4 has jusi
is home
uis stock
uz goas tnere about the first ci
August.-Greenville Herald.
- There will be a re-union of the
Manldin family in the grove near th(
residence of' Elias E. Mauldin, or
Tuesday, July 31st, 1906, at wvhicl>
all interested will be welcomed cor*
dually. Please bring well filled bas
kete, and a dinner appropriate to fhe
occasion will he enjoyed.
--Miss Ola Richey of Pickebs,
repersenting this paper on the I'ess
porty that left Norfolk Va., Saturday,
* by boat, for a ten days trip to Boston,
Providence, New York and other
prominent places north. On the re
turn trip she will spend some tim
with ber sister, Mrs. R. E. Goodwit
in Petersburg Vp,
-A Farmners Institute will bo hel<
in Pickens on Srturday Augus t 4th
and prominent speakers well be
presnt. A car of exhibits will bi
brought and placed on the side troel
for the inspection of the people. Al
farmers an a their families are invited
to attend. The speaking will be ni
the court hiouro.
-We are gratofnl to our friends foi
the interest they have taken in th<
paper during am' absence to tha
Press Association, Norfolk and Pe
tersburg, Va.,' and we thank them
for the groat help1 they have givin in
furnishing copy, and other courtisies,
Our hope is that they will contipue
to help out. Next week we will try
and give a short itinary of our trip.
-Snator Tillman has neceptei
the invitation of the people of Pick
lace Wednesdan
)enking will be
k and will bo iu
s'eather will per
mit. Froni roports this will be0 th<
largest political gathering of the yea1
in this county. All are cordially in
Avited to come and bring their fai:
lies and their baskets and make it au
all day picnic. Tfhe commirittee 0o
arraigemtsitt is fixing the grov(o a
the Griuin Spring and hope to haiv<
soats for alt the ladi..
polis Ind., w'rtes
"Isffrd ih u dw cntie.
Info EveA months NDandPLS feard
P'-rOnakn the Rdiemedy hsi
Milanl Oefprecr1be Lindonic., Infound,
hoe;that ul have mt o gd.'m wok
seeklng the advice of our druiggist, he
asked ine to try Peri~na. In a few
weeks I began to feel and act like a
different person. AMy appetite In
creased, I did not have that worn-out
feeling, and I could sleep splendidly.
In a cousple of mnonths I was entirely
recovered. I thank yoi s fr what your
medicine has done for snw." ---lila Off.
Write Dr. Ilartmnan, Prestident of rThe
Hairtmnan San itariumi, Columbus, Ohio,
for free medical advice. All corres
pendence is hold strictly confidential.
-J D. Mooto is announced 1
candidate for cotton weigher of Pick-.
es township in this issue.
-Miss Francis obinson of EoIlay
and Miss Helden Briackett of Clemson
College are visiting Miss Hle
-We take pleasur in calling at
tention to te anlnouncemnt ofe A. L
Edens, as a candidato for the offief
of County Treasuror, which appears
in this issue. Mr. - fens is well ai
favoray known in the greater pun
eof 'ickens Coun ty, and, a the eam
paign progesses, 'vill prove limld
fully qualified t Ao erve tlh po ople i
this responsible ofliec. Lie ing a mat
of the people, hie will guard t he in
'tei ests of the peoplo if niveun an op.
portunity' to serve them in this
caelci ty.
-The young people of town en
joyed a very pleaant day on Glas.
soy Mountain Tuosday ,July 241.,
1906. Those par!.riepa'ling wer<,
Misses Issabolla Morton of Spartan
burg; Blanch and Cairrie Green of
Orangeburg . C. Helen Brackett of
Clemson College; Franis I obinson o,
Easley; Sarah Skiner of Atlanta Ga.
Hlelen Boggis, Vester Ashumore, Jane
Pu rdy, Annie Pu rdy, Mary P~urdy,
Lucia Folger, Marie Folger, Florid.
Carey, Ellene Taylor. Pauline Izlei
of Charloton; Mr. LoRy Boggs, W
C. Long, J. P. Cairey', Jr., Johic
Carey, Hfagood Bruce, , inina Hoggs
Christis Roinison. All the i oung prUo
pC of Pickens are having pleny of fuir
thso days. Hurrah for Pickos.
W can say for its izro i!bat it ca,
equal any town for its pretty girls in
the state. Thore are ia great miana
visiting people hor andi they ars
very much pleased wvith~ our mag
niliscout little city.
Fox SmIe-A few nice IBorksnhir
shoats, $3.50 each if taken at once
Apply to H. M. Hester, Pickos.
rho laxative e ffet. of Chnmibrlainm
Stomach anid Liver Tablots is soe agrec
ablo and so natural that you do not real
iso it is the effect of a mnodicino. Fc
sale by Pickeun Drug o., and T.
Hunter, Liberty.
Foley's Kidncy Cure
make kideysand bladder rlghu
You cani depend on Ayer's
Hair Vigor to restore color to
your gray hair, every uime.
Follow directions and it never
fails to do this work. It stops
Hair V or
fallingofthle h''-,There 's
great satisfact. aowing
you arc not got .,1 disap
p~ointed. Isn't Ite.o
"My hnir faded uiSl. It w'a:- :Ilt w' ihile. It
- took juii. oi bottl of A ter's 11.air Vig.r to
restore It to its forner da~nrk. 1 1 eoi'r. r
l htir vigor (etainlyhii do i wht Eon clai: . frn
. u tt'sl.-fo a t
Padind Hair'
Want your moustache or beard 0
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use ,
See our fresl
the well knos
Turnip Seed.
results are
when you. s
Pickens D
If you want to sell your land in
town or couttry or buy farm or tim
bor land or town property see or th
write me and I will save you money. es
T. F. ALMxANDE, Real Estate Agt. n
Wilhalla, S. 0. He
A Th N (vIFINISh. He
A watchman's necifleet permittel a leak loft
in the great North Sea dyko, which a
chid's finger could have stoppel, to bo- thr
com a ruinous break, doves'ation in mSt
entire l)ovintce of Holland. In likem
tier Ki anth Mcfvor, of Vlnceboro, Mo., -
permitted a little cold to go unnoticed cony
until a tragic flinish wAs only avertedb
by Dr. King's Now Discovery. Hi
writes: "Threo doctors givo me up to WEl
die of lung inllammnation, cau'ed by a DNo
neglected colt; but Dr.King's New 1)is- I
covery saved my life. Guaranteed best
cough and cold cure, at Pickens drug rial
store. 50c and $1 .00. Trial bottle freo.
A Social Song Service. anl
In order to creatoe an interest in F41
vocal music in our county, Prof. J. I. rer
Ruebush has consented to sing in the hil
auditorium at Liberty Thursday to
night July 2611i at 8:30 o'clock. All wh
are invited to come, and we will guar. to
antee you an intoresiting time. ty
Prof. Ruebush is now condicttng chi
a normal music school at Concord am
church and somI e of the sigers at oil
heshol have prmsdto come u da
and help in the music. Comei one, ha
Come all. It is free. A
Respectfully, tini
.. P. 0. Car-toe.
It is always well to have a box of salve
in the house. Sunburn, culs, bruises, re:
piles and boils yield to DeWitt's Witch cel
Hazel Salve. Should keep a box on) tjf
hand at all times to provide for emumer
gencies. For years the standard, but A
followed by many imitators. Boe sure lov
you get the gen iine DeWitt's Witch
Hiazel Salvo. Sold by Pickens Drug Co, co
Summer School for Colored Teachers. TIr,
The Summer School for colored aft
teachers was held at EnsBley, S. C., pr<
beginning July 0th and continuing Qj
for a tetrm of ten days, with a large nec]
attenidance of teuchers, and closed ott tl
Friday, July 20th. (vi
1I wis cnductMJ by Prof. J1. 11. th'
Simpson andl w~as a final suce ss iTho p
Profehssor opared no time an d pains so
to rmake it inteetintg and helpful to
the teachers. Hie is ani able mtan and
is worthy of all honor thaitt can be
giv( n him by the teachers. While
the school was in session Dr. D). Mv.
Minus, Pres. of Sterling College,h
Greenville, S. C , made us a short lec
tu-e in the behalf of the school.
S Respectfully' submitted by3 the comf
umittoo. J. WV. Johnson, See'y.
'Orino Lavative Frunit Syrup gives per
nanen-t relief ini ease of habitual consti
pation as it stimnulates the liver and( ro C
r store4 fihe noiu-al action of the bowels
r, without irritating those or-gans like pills
or ordinary oath artics. Does niot nau
seate or gr-ipo and is mild and pleasanlt
a to take. Remember the name ORlINO I
and refuse substitutcs. Pickenis Drug il
SCo. _______
Notice to Old Sodiers.
The surviving soldiers of the State h
or c(onfederato states in Picken~s 11
county aro- requested to meet ini each "I
township on th~e 4tb day (of August bi
at 3 p. m. for the purpose of electing b
a representatvO to meet at the Court b
house the first Monday in Septem tA
bcr next to elect a couinty pension
board for the year 1907. Tihe place ^
of meeting in each township) is,
Easley towvnshtip, Easley;
Liberty toJwnship, Libott; ot
Pickens township, Pickens;w
Hurricane township), Mile Croock I'
churnch; gi
Eastatoo towvnshi p, Atioch chur-ch; i
Pumpkintown townshtip, Suthior at
land's l'tore-;
D acunville township, Looper's (in-;
. Wheon assemtibled they shall orgall. -
iz b ' electinig a chairman and Flee
ret. i-y and shiall then elect by ballot
au ex(ofort soldier not a hold.
er' nior tan tapplicant fo-a pon)111ion as
thle r-epresenltautive of' the voteorans of
said townlship). J. 11. Nouwbory,
. ulyv 1 1)0(;. IMe Con
Act directly on the liver.
V They cure constipation,
) biliousness, sick-headache.
Soldfor0years.;.t.2 *.*
er noso1D~MIme 01a.1.am EA 0...EAIU& ..
I sto(ck of
vn Buist's
The best
ow them.
rug Co.
Death of Mr. Wm. H. Perry.
4r. Win H. Perry was Vorn near
I Hunter Mill in what is now Pick
icounty, in 1833; lived and dlied
r I he sani placo July 18th, 1906
was married before the civil war.
anlsweiercd the call of his Stato and
his wife and children, serving
eo years in Company I, Palmett-,
trphlooters. At his burial Mr. W.
dirgan, his lifelong friend and
ipaniol), !said of hi , "WO have
n together where men's souls
*e tried, and "Bill" Perry was
or founl wanting."
iere were born of his first mar.
re six children. Among them ale
s. John Youngblood of Pickens,
1 Mrs. Rev. T. F. Nelson of the
it Rock section. Many grand child
and great grand children survive
2. Hp was again married in 1895
Mrs. Mialindca Powell Trainhiam,
o, with her one little son, survive
mourn his departure. Some twen
years ago he joined the Methodist
arch at Twelve Mile Canap Meeting
I reaittined a faithful member and
.oial till his de ath. He spent his
ys as a tiller of the soil and alwvays
ri enough, and to spare in his home.
iusctul citizen and a faithful chris
uI it gone.
In the presence of a great con
irse of friends and relatives his
naine wore laid to rest in the Reid
netery on July 18th. Many beau
uh flowers and loving tears were
:)pped upon his grave by those who
ed him. The writer and others
'iducted the funeral services.
J. P. Attaway.
er1 your meals. See thme effect it will
euce on your general feeling by di
ding your food and helping your stem
ito got itself into shape. Many stom
arc overworked to the point where
~y ref uso to go further. K~odel di- g
4(s your stomaiiclh the rest it nords,
ilo its reconstructive properties get
stomach back into working order.
doirl relieves flatulence, sour stomach, -__-__
lpitationi of the heart, bolching, etc.
Id b~y P'ickens; Drug Co.
/"P A I Tl INi-a anY-PA INTIN" IU*RI
I have opened a PAINT Blior in the
iilding for merly used by the Bend-s
ug Factory, near depot, and will do a RaIio
moral painting business, including No i2 N
>uses5, carriages, furniture, etc., also Mixed a
mper hanging. If you want first 4:4k lm t
4:55 jpm 0
ass work give mc a trial. See my 5:001mm Ii
5:10 pin, II
Lin}Sles of wall pa}per-. 5:15 ipm I I
Respecif61hay, *1ig S
CF1O~i(ARN~ANT~t!.No 9I et
hild1( Not E~xpectii ti Live from, (iOeB*Fr
Ilonr to A ontheor, bumt OCred biy Chm
bierlainis' Cols, Chmoiern and Diarrhoea|OHIA liIM
Ruth, (lie little daughter of E. N. ArrIvai1 a'
lewey of Agnewville Va., was serionsly ~ .
I oft choht ra infanitum list summer. ~~~
We gave her up) and did not expect her di
>live from one0 hiour to another,"' lie aiuiriin
Lys. "I hiappened to thiink of Cham- I2: 1 p i.
oiriain 's Colic, Cholera andi Diarrhoea ioi''.
emody ondt got a bottle of it from the Trini N
ore.- In five hours I naw a change for \\'.l ~i
io better. We kept on giving it and- tainiN
afore she had taken the half of one small A rrive~
attle sheo was well." This remedy is sold MS'
y Piekens Drug Co. and( T. N. Ihnn- burg 3:.
r*, Liborty. .:4..gh^,"N
Foley's 1Honey and Tar has cured 10:20 a m, N
any cases of asthma thatt were conisid- i Lureni
-e' hiodeless. Mrs. A dolph Ritesing, * i[', N
)1 Wes') Tpirdl St.., Caiveniport, Towa 3:2r jri, Ni
rites: "'A seve (cold contlractedi twelve conniiii
arn ago was ne(ghotetd until ij, finally ^iig"4"f
.cw into asthima. The hos~t medical Tprai~m No
:i available could not give me more (hlm n Ici
aul temporary relief, Foley's Ihoney .1. w. L.11
"I Tar wvas reomnmeinded and 0no flisty
nit bottle entirely cured me of asthma
hielh had ben growmg on me fed twelvo It.. I- i'"
'ars. If I had takeni it at the start I ' T
wild haive neon saved years of suflfr
g."' PickensH Drug Co. Fromt tI
-visors tifh
--, da's anft<
(Cia e and licaninein thme hair. ( r n
i F,,mi' 1 irm t i
Jair to Ito Youthurl Color.
JUL Y and A
Our annual CLEARAN(
tinue throughout July and
ductions along all lines.
at a song.
20C White Lawn to go at 15c. 15c White :
White Lawn to go at ioc. ioc White Lawn to
mercerized white goods to go at 15 per cent
broideries to go at a big sacrifice.
Oxfords in all colors, white, black, and tan fo
go at 25 per ceut discount.
The immense clothing trade we have had thi
stock, but we still have some rare borgains to of
can buy a suit at 25 per cent discount. Ve sti
suits and serge coats.
Dont miss this opportunity for bargains, we v
the immense fall stock we are buying.
Just received a solid car barbed wire and nailE
and hay, with prices right.
Our stock of stoves, hardware, -furniture, har
from implements, of every description, mowerE
Always the best, and the best is always the c
We hope to have our new building completet
pleted it will give us more room than any buildii
able us to display to a better advantage, the larg
we carry. Call on us for anything you need, foi
and our prices are always right.
Folger, ThonI
Cloth ig, Shoes, Hats and
Goods a Specialty. Solo a
Hats, Walk-Over Shoes,
and Mitchell Wagons.
persedes im abclo No 4 D ~ ~ JEii
i Road U p
(al1) STPATIONS No 11 No 9)
Llxed1 Mixed Mlxed nW fh
:40 nmn Iv ihkens nr 2:55spma7:35 pmt
:-15 nmn lI'erguion 2::45pma 7:30) pmn
:5 m lk'igranto's 2:30~pin 7 :34 pan *
:00 nm *A rinll'sa 2:25pm,' 7:15 pmn
:05 nim #Mnulina :3:20plIa 7:10 pam
:5n nr lvnle ly :3:5pm 7:05 Slpem o
(1)daily exept Sundatay
Inets~4 withI Southler na ntuiway No 39
acitN ith Solitfiern iltaIiwny Noa 12
inipCts withi Soai thernaIt liiwaty No ii
mn~ea'ts ithil SoilItherna Iall way No-) 10
1itA IIWA Y.
a. 48 danily ex4'ept MundI ay, for Lnau
Iii iem teaii ai xinations, arrive at \1,
o. s53 daily for fLntirens, Clhinton
ry, Coalumaiai. Sumaiter ancd ('hairles-,
(e(inag at Slanapier wiith A. a', 1..
>a. ?42 for Itl'aaiion , Washiinlgiton
cran itias, ad aat Lnnratens with (2. A
'raina No. 1 for Spnartanburag ninl
2 foir G reenawoodal, A u stai, etc'.
Newhterry 3.10 p. ma, (Co uinmbia 4:15
:20 p mi i hnirietoni 91:-10, Spaarttaa
0 p, m, GJreenwooad 2: tel p ma, ya ma
3* 1)11) IxoetiM Saidly. for Lau
Sintermeadiate stiationas. Arrive tat
n. 8, i taly xeop Si ntaOlflo
ania iiteraaa~aShaippersl 14for*
a.8,cii y(ri aaala1frai.N T
Wa caaIaltc13.dntc 1'
Ag .Uaa I' lranei. g. hn wieek fot
[:aas lh~lmx C.I' A. 24p en sakre
Tr~. iat.AlilxalaCte thng Acor
Ati d to ill-) n . li nja
r S5,daly inecp Sundayb from ebo, yt
awo intl1 rme t l at iom
. 2 b u fo m hreo.Su tr
iNehery CntnJprtnhrg
S I.
.I GEc
/E SALiE will con
August. .Big re
White goods to go
L-awn to go at 12yc. 12 1-2C.
go at 8 !-3c. Beutiful line of
liscount. All Laca and Em
men, women, and children, to
s s)ring nearly cleaned up ou"
Fer, if your size is in the lot you
I have a nice line of two piece .
ire obliged to make room for(
, fresi
, raki
I by August r5th. When co in
g in the county, which will en
e stock of general merchandise
we are always pleased to serve
Gentlemen, Lde
his space:ao
e the barg ~(
going to
siness at the surne old h~ 4
I get some bargaindo ingneL Ru
come at on #i4v11 6i1
od flowi*.I*
ing, minm
Haman. -
Rose, B
ic peck at any ol(#~i

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