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Heppenn of Local and Personal
-.-Mrs . Blank, of. Charleston, is
on an extended visit to Hon. Geo. S.
-Miss Mattle Finley is on an ex
tended visit to her sister, Mrs. J. T.
-Capt. and Mrs, F. G. Krainer
ore the guets of Mrs. Jno; L. Thiorn.
ey this week,
-Bailey Poole and Theodore Wate
non of Anderson, visited Dr. J. L.
Bolt last week.
-Guy McM'all spent last week in
Atlanta and other markets buying his
fall stock of goods.
-Dr. J. A. Cannon has moved to
the Kelley house recently vacated by
Mrs. Belle Attaway.
-Mr. Swayne Gilmer, wife and
two children, visited Mrs. L. 0.
Thornuly last week.
-Mrs. Belle Attaway now occu.
pies one of th? hou,,es of Auditor E.
F. Keith, on Johnson street.
-Will Ambler and Will Gilreath,
of Greenville, spent last Sunday in
Pickens visiting friends and relatives.
-Mrs. Flora Lathein clsod Fri-,
day, August 31st, a very successful
summer term of School at Mile Creek
school hovqe.
-Judge R. 0. Purdy and family
returned last week to their home in
Sumter aff3r spending the summer
in Pickens.
-Mrs. H. A. Richey and little
grand daughter, Willie May Latheni,
are visiting Mrs. 0. B. Williams, of
Gainesville, Ga.
-Mr. James Pickens Carey, Jr.,
has returned home after spending
several weeks with friends in various
parti of the county.
-R. E. Goodwin, of Petersburg,
Va., arrived in Pickens Monday night
on a visit to his wife's relatives, Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Richey.
-Miss Ruby Hammond and Miss
Reba Bailey, two of Anderson's
charming and attractive young ladies
wore. the guests of Dr. J.-. L, Bolt last
-'lhe Pickens Graded school
opened last Monday morning with an
enrollment of 147 scholars. This is
the largest opening the school has
ever had.
4 ---Do not fail to road the ad of D.
F. Page in this issue and stop drink.
ing his ice .cold soft drinks long
enough to inspect his line of nice
-The Misses Foster,two charming
and attractive young ladies of Green.
ville, after being the guests of Miss
i Nellie Grandy returned to their home
in Greenville last Saturday.
-We~ are glad to see Wayne F.
Mauldin up-town again after his sick
spell. Wayne has been in a very se.
rious'condition for the laet two wveeks
and his many f'riends hope that
he is entirely well.
A. Brandob Taylor, John Fields,
Lelloi Bogga and Hovey Earla re
turned to Clemson college .last Mon
day to take up their studies. All are
in the Senior class and seem to be
gttting along fine.
-Rev. J1. H. Thornwell, of Fort
Mill, 5. 0., will deliver a public ec
turo on "Pythanism" in the school
auditorium at Liberty, S. C., on Mon.
day night, September 17th, 1906
Everybody cordially invited to at
--Miss Irene L. Clark will open
her music class in the Liberty Graded
school on October 1st. She -is a
splendid teacher and needs no com
mendation at our handa. You can
not do better than place your children
in. her charge.
-A mountain party consisting of
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Legare, Mr.
and Mrs. L C. Thornley, Mr. I.
Blatik, Jerry McMahan and the
Misses Ashmore left last Monday for
13ocassee Valley, where they expect to
camp for about a week.
-Mr.. Aaron Bloggs, of Calhoun,
vissted his son, Clerk of Court A. J.
Boggs, last week. Mr B.>ggs Is past
eighty, but seems to be stout yet and
can Ret about as well as' a younger
f'aan. il many friends in Pickens
are Nlia to see him looking so well
and hope that he will make us fre
quent viti. We are always glad to
welcome him to our town.
-Messrs. J. MoD). Bruce and B.
C. Baker have bou~ght 49 the "A unt
Ann Griffin"3 xtato from the heirs
-and now have Mr. J1. 1'. Attaway suir
voylng It out. There is about .416
A. acres in the place and they will cut I6
up into smalL. farms and buIlding
lots. This will give a magnifleent
outlet for tbe town to spread out.
Watch out for their announcement
of sale in this paper and be prepared
to buy you a homo in Pickens, the
best town on carshi.
--The Plene b Aghters otehe
Confedericg will moet at tie hoie0 o
Mrs. 0. ,. Robinson ne4f Poday al
fivo o'clock. Delegates to the' Stato
Convention, which convenes In Green
ville in October, will be elected and
other important business -will be
-Miss Nellie Grandy entertained
in honor of -the Misses Foster on last
Thursday night. The evening was
very n u ch enjoyed by all who at
tended. Several games were played
and magnificent music was furnished
by the Misses Earle and Miss Ora
McFall, after which delightful re
freshments were served. Those
present were: Misses Olga and Cina
Foster, Eva Narle, Essie Earle, Ora
McFall, Messrs. Furman Holder, J.
P. Carey, Jr., Christie Robinson,
Bruce Boggs, Jerry McMahon.
-While quoting the warrau sworn
out against Mr. Lee Roper last week
we got it mixed with what Magistrate
Harris was telling us Mr. Lesley
would swear to and would try to
prove, hence, the statement was a
little misleading. The warrant
charges that Mr. Roper "did wilfully,
maliciously, without just cause, un
mercifully whip one Mattie Lesley,
and did thereby commit the offense
of assault and battery of a high and
aggravated nature." We thought
the occurance such an unusual one
that we gave what we could of the
case. The preliminary is set for
Thursday. In justice to Mr. Roper
we make the above correction.
-On September 3rd a number of
Rural Carriers met in the city hall at
Easley and organized a county asso.
ciation with the following officers:
J. 0. Ragsdale, President; A. 0.
King, Vice President; H. M. Hester,
Secretary; D. F. Hendticks, Tteas
urer. The meeting was opened %itl5
prayer by Rev. J. T. Matheson, fol.
lowed by address by Rev. Matheson,
of Easley, Postmaster Morris, of
Pickens, State Seoretery Hill, of
dreenville. The purpose of the asso
ctation is to co-operate with the State
and National Rural Carriers Organi
zations for the improvement of rural
service. We hold our next meeting
at Pickns C. H. on the night 27th of
Octobed. All Rural Carriers of the
county are urged to be present.
H. M. Hester, See.
-Mr. E1arle Seaborn, who is well
known to the trading public of
Pickens county, having at one time
worked for the Heath Bruce-Morrow
Co., but who has for the past eighteen
months been in Greenville with the
Hobbs.Hlenderson Co., has recently
been promoted by that enterprising
firm to the clothing departnaent ex
elusively. Earle is a good salesman
and his employers know a Igood
thing when they see it, so have ad
vanced him from the general stock
salesman to- an exclusive line. This
enterprising firm carries as big and
complete line of clothing, shoes, hate
and gents' furnishings as any house
in Greenville, and have put the prices
on their goods at such a figure that
you cannot help but buy if you drop
in and get prices. Earle want~s all of
his Pickens county friends to call and
see him when they are in Greouville,
whether they buy or not, but if you
biy you can rest assured you are
getting the worth of your money
every time.
-Mrs. Abagail Chappell who lived
in the Laurel Fork section of the
county, died on the 4th instant, aged
106 years and two months old. She
was buried on the day following her
death at Toxaway Baptist church, in
North Carolina, the Rev. James
Earlo Gabioway cond~ucting the
funeral services. A large concourse
of sorrowing relatives and friends
witnessing the last sad rites. Mrs.
Ohappell was the oldest person in
the county; her maiden name was
Birice; she was married twice and
was the mother of 12 children. She
was one of the old-time women who
believed in the simple home reme~dies
and never had a physician in hea
house in her life; she had never seen
a railway train, could not count to
one hundred, but learned to count
silver money, but did not learn to
count paper money. She was always
well and hearty and did considerable
work up to her death; she spun and
wove all the cloth for her clothing,
and just a short time before her
death was carding rolls to put a
piece of cloth in the loom. She wr a
quite a character in her way.
No one Wv5'uld buy a sailboat with sails
thatt could not b~e reefedl. There is
always that possibility of a little too
much wind that makes a o .sutiouis man
afraid to gao unprovided. 'The thinking
man, whose stomach sometimes8 goes
back on him, p iovid's foir his stomach
by keeping a bottle of N. .1o1 For Dys
TPopsia within reach. Kodol digests
hat YOU eat and restour. the stomach
funct P.Sl by~Ikns Drfor(Jt.
The jury commission met on Wed
neeaylas ad drew the petit jury
See our fre:
the well kn<
Turnip Seed
results ar
when you
Pickens 1
court, which meets 00 the fourth
Mon lay in September. The follow.
ing is the list: J. J. Chastain, Jas. A.
Pbilpot, W. W. Williams, Harvey
Kelley, C. H Billingsley, A. P.
Alexander; John Harvey Richey, B.
D. Lenhardt, S. A. McAheter, F. 0.
Stewart, Jas. A. Hendricks, Robt. T.
Lewis, J. I. Williams, R. R. Hill, E.
M. Bolding, J. E. Gillespie, J. E
Keesley, 0 H. Johnson, W. P. Sloan,
M. B. Evans, J. M. Laboon, Mose W.
Simmons, Calvin M. Smith, E F.
Robinson, Mose H. Lesley, W. A
Phillips, W. D. Jones, S. 0. Keith,
Jas. Massingale, E. .. McDaniel, A.
J. Welborn, John W. Knight, I. A.
Crow, Leo Lynch, John L. Cantrell,
W. 0. Harper.
You c.'n avoid pneumonia and other
serious results from a cold by
Foley's Roney and Tar. It. et -
cough and expels the cold from
tem as it is mildly laxative, Re
but the genuine in the yellow 1
Parkins Pharmacy, Liberty, ani
Drg Co.
"A beautiful and pleasant home
wedding took place at nine o'clock
Wednesday night, August 29th, at
the home of Mrs. W. R. Gtbson, the
contracting parties being Mr. S. J.
Ashmore and Miss Myrtle Gibson,
Rev. T. R. Bowles pronouncing the
beautiful and impressive ceremony
that bound the ties of the happy
young couple.
"Only a few of the closest friends
of the bride and groom were present
t> witness the ceremony, at the con
elusion of which all -present extended
hearty congratulations .and best
wishes and wont to the dining room
where light refreshments were served.
"Mr. Ashmore is a conductor on
the Fort Worth & Denver Railway
and bears a most excellent. reputation
as a young man of good morals; ansd
one whose every act "a life is
prompted by honest purposes and
pure motives.
*"The bride is the accomplished
talented danghter of Mrs. 'W. R. Gib
son, and hais won the love and esteem
of aill her numerous acquaintances,
ranking at the very top 'in both
church and social circles.
"Mr. and Mrs. Ashmore, accom.
panied by a few friends, were eon.
voyed to the 'Denver' station, where,
amid a shower of rice and old shoes,
they boarded the northbound passen.
ger for Colorado where they expect
to spend their honeymoon."-Witch
ita (Texas) Standard
The person who disturbed the congre
gaition last Sunday by continually cough
ing is request 3d to buy a bottle of Foley's
Honey and Tar. Parkinis Pharmacy,
Liberty, and Pickens Dinug Co.
Centrol, Sept. 3.--Will you please
give me space in your paper to than~k
my friends for their support given
me in the primary election on August
28, 1900.- My friends I hope that
my life will ever be such that you will
not regret what you done for me.
May God bless us all and ever choose
our lots for us in His own g~o.l way.
I wont down at your will and there
isn't a man In this county any more
subject to the wvill of the people than
I. Hoping that whom the people
may elect will servo his constituenls
faithful and well, as the Apostle Pat I
proved himself by love and truth, and
to be worthy of the honor conferre d
upon thoem by the people.
I know that I conducted my pat t
of the campaign upon the hiighet t
sta-ue, ever holding fast to the truth
and condemuing the wrong.
Mr. Editor, I want to explain some
things brought against me wvhiet
were untrue regarding to the Gassa
way bridge. It wasi circulhted thai
it. wae inferior work that causedi
to fall in the river, which I say wva
a positive lie on the gossipers part
Tha wrkmainshin fo.: that bridm
3h stock of
>Wn Buist's
1. The b-st
sow them.
Drug Co.
was as complete ak any in -the county.
It was built by estelases ineohalas.
And the cause of its falling iWas due
to the fact that it was unnecessarily
high and for the lack of brace
through carelessness some of the
workmen knocked loose .- It cost the
county nothing-to take It and.rebuild
the bridge. - It.-was my job. I.- at.
tended to my -'busibess and if the
gossiper will: do the same he will
have a heavy load thiough the sand.
So I think It very unjust to me unless
I had done some wrong. I think I
have a shoe that fits the gossiper and
if it don't fit don't wear it, but it will
fit the right one, and the liar will
wear it and if he don't it's a good fit
any way. Mr. iditor, if he is not
o4atisfied tell him I have one ear at
the phone and just to ring and I'll
hear, that's all.
Yours respectfully,
9 AIIter.
Thore Has le-en Only 14 IiozCq a!..
From Out of Total of 23, Wh.ch
Leaves the Hesnit Doubtful
for some of the County
The second. primary passed off
very quietly yesterday. The results
heard from ao far.show.a very heavy
vote polled for a second primary.
Anse', for Governor, Layons, for
-Attorney 'General; enid Sullhvan, for
Railroad Cuminissioner, will carrj
Pickens county by a handsome ma
For the House 'of Representutives
Hinton has a good lead and is con
ceded the election.
I 'oper, for CNUnty Supervisor, has
no doubt been elected.
The office of County Oommissioner
was wvon by Mcore, while Garvin, for
County Treasurer carried the county
by a good majority.
The only office in doubt is the
State Senator's; Qarpenter leading by
a very small margin. It will take
the official count .to determine the
The precincts not yet heard from
are all small and will not likely
change the final result except In the
case of Senator.
Since writing the abiove we are in
formed that Ansel is leading witb S
about 10,000 to the good.
Counterfeit Silver Money.
Two conw t rfelt silver dollars were a
picked up on the streets of Easley
several days ago. The officers hiave a
been very diligent but -have not
been able to find out positively
where they camne from
There is a general belief, that
some traveling man .worked them
off on a hotel porter during the
night before inexchange for whis
key. The negro could . niot tell, In
the dark, that. the money wasA
counterfeit, but as soon as daylbght
came he saw that he had been vic 8
timized and decided that it would
not be safe for him to keep the is
money in his possession and juit
threw it away. This is the theory
that is entertained by a number of
the Easley folks,
The counterfeit money was of
very crudo wvorkmanship. 4:
Mr. Horace J. Mo~ee of Auderson Has I0
ileen Chosen as Cashier.
A new bank is to be organized'
at Central soon, with a capital of
$25,000' Mr. W. - Gassaway of
Greenville will be the president, o
and a number of the leading 'citi.
zens around Central will be among
the stockhioldets and directors' 1
Mr. Iloraco J. McGee of Anderson
has been chosen as cashior' Mr. Mc.
Gehe has for some time been in the
employ of the An 'erson Phosphate j
and Oil company, and is a steady 'i
aund popular young man. to
The new bank will be ready for
busitinoss ab~out the first of October
Our annual CLEI
tinue throughout J1
ductions along all I
at a song.
20C White Lawn to go at i 5c.
White Lawn to go at ioc. ioc W]
mercerized white goods to go at
broideries to go at a big sacrifice.
Oxfords in all colors, white, blacl
go at 25 per ceut discount.
The immense clothing trade wc
stock, but we still have some rare I
can buy a suit at 25 per cent discoi
. suits and serge coats.
Dont miss this opportunity for I
the immense fall stock we are buy
Just received a solid car barbed i
and hay, with prices right.
Our stock of stoves, hardware, i
from implements, of every descril
best is
able us to dispdy,
we carry. Call on us for anything
and our prices are always right.
Folger, TI
Clothing, Shoes, H-a
Goods a Specialty.
1-ats, Walk-Over E
arnd Mitchell Wago1
Supersedesi Time Table No 4
Eifective March 10 1908
ead D~owni Road Up
No 12 No 10 STA TIONS No iI No 9
Mixed Mixed Mixed Mixed
:40 pm 10:40 am lv Picketas ar 2:55pmn 7:35 pm
.55 pin 10:55 am *laraso .. 2:in 7:20 pm
:1 in 20 lam OMaldn :20m 710' "m
a:i5 pm 11:15 am ar Easley IV 2:15pm 7:05 pm
*Flag Stationts
No o 1( conect wth out ii RilIway No 3
N.12 connects with So uthern Railway No ii
No II connects with Southern Railway 140
gW'For any information apply to
.J T TAYLOR Gien Manager
rw~l . Sd Departure of Trains, Oreen
0 a m, No. 48 daily except Sunday, for Lau
Lre n i:termediate stations, arrive at
Newhry, Coluista, Sun atan Chres
roi onnecting atr Sap ter with A. U.,
aind eastern cities, andl at Laurens with C. &
trai No 2 for Jrconw oa, Augrs a, e.and
Arrive Laur-ens 1:35 p m, Olliston
Sat ea :2( p n,r Chrlstoni 9:0 par ta
bumrg 3:30 pm, reenwood 2:48 p mn, p so
40 p m, No. 8 Daily except Sunday. for Lau
rens n oi rediate stations. Arrive at
ARIUVAfLB. -m-g --
Laun an ainterinediate stationdaf.~
Larensaan intermediat statts. y rmM
25 p ,No. 52, daily from Charleston. Sumter.
Augusta,'Greenwo*od L'"e,s."e~."*""r. J . . Harris
Trains No. 52 and 53 run through between self. Corn
~aarleston without ehange.
J. WV. lagen), Agt. Geo. T. Bryan Gen. Agt. chandises
0REENV!L1LE, 8. C.
.~ M. arand, raf.I Man. Augusta, Ga. t
From this date I will be in the Super- seed,
Isorsi office every two weeks on 'tiui.
sy's after Maleda in each month and H<1
ucsday two week after each saleday
) transact business.
0t. .XLNCH,
iluer visor,
May 8th 19013
PR p2E
ily and August. Big
ines. White goods to
i5c White Lawn to go at 12rc. T2
iite Lawn to go at 8 I-3c. Beautiful li,
15 per cent discount. All Laces and
c, and tan for men, women, and childr<
have had this spring nearly cleaned up
>orgains to offer, if your size is in the lol
mt. We still have a nice line of two
iargains, we are obliged to make rooi
vire and nails, fresh car flour and car of
urniture, harness, saddles bug gies, w
)tion, mowers, rakes and binders, is a
dways the cheapest.
1 by August 15th. When
which -
lOnley-And C
ts and Gents Fuirnis1
Sole agents for., Stol
Uhoes, Ironi iK i ng St
fe offer Great B1 argait
in our entire7 li ne of
pers for Gentlemen, La
nid Chiildren.
(i ch this space eac
eek for t;he bargair
eo are going to offe
is still in business at
e around and get some barges~
but don't all come at once. I will r
d sack of good flour for 50 cents.
lings according, minus Meat and Dr
is as high as Haman was hung. Irish
Bliss, Early Rose, Burbatiks and Ber
abron, by the peck at any old pm.
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