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Established 1871-Volume 44,- PICKENS, S, CQ. W ARCH, 18, 191 I
Central Local Items
ReviVal. serefbeare to begin
n the Weslevalchurch at Cen
tral March 18. ROv..L. L. Fol
ger and Mrs' Ania K. Folger
are the pastors. They Will be
assisted by Rev. W. P. Yir
bough, of Leesville, S. 0. It is
expected that. the services will
continue for a week or ten da vs
ad the event la being looked
forward to by Central people.
Rev. Mr. Yarbough is a capable
evangelist and. no doubt much
good will 'result from the imeet
The new building to be occu
pied by Hopkins' Automobile
Garage is about completed and
Mr. B. 0. Hopkins expects to
move to the new location the
first of next week. I
Mrs. Beulah E. Durham and
Mrs. Nettie Gillespie have moved i
to their millinery and sewing
room in the' rear of Gaines &
Gassaway's furniture store.
Sneak thieves are active in I
Central at present. Last Mon- t
day night they visited James E
Rice's feed room and carried t
away a quantity of meal and
hulls. Chief of Police Holcombe
is keeping close watch and it is I
probable that the perpetrators
of this and other deeds will soon
have to answer to thelaw.
The carnival which was at
Ea ley'week before last and at I
Seneca last week is at Central
* Cadet D. F. Folger, of Central, t
now president of the junior
class, was elected vice-president t
of the Clemson College athletic
Mrs. J. A. Gilstrap of near
Central is confined to her room,
being very sick with pneumonia.
Her friends wish for her a
A track meet was held be
tween Central and Liberty high
schools Thursday afternoo'n on
the latter's ground, i'esulting in
a victory for the Central team.
the score being 38 1 2 for Cen
tral and 36 1-2 for Liberty.
Henry Rowland will represent
the Central school at the annual
county oratorical contest for
boys-, and'Missi -na Shirley will
repr -sent the school in the girls'
contest. R. G. Gaines Jr. will
rep'esent tho Centrd( school in
the state oratorical contest.
A Child Drowned Near Central
Grace, the two and a half year 4
old child of Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Roper of near Central, was
drowned in a tub of water last ]
Wednesday at 5 o'clock. The
little one, not realizing the dan
ger thereof, was playing around I
the well.where a tub was used1
for watering purposes, and in<
* some manner fell in. ThQhleart
broken family have the sympa-]
thy of their many friends in
Four Counties May Join In
* - '"I am working on a plan to
have Anderson, Oconee, Pickens
and Greenville counties unite in
5' a summer school to be held at
4 ~ Clemson College," 'said Supt. of
Education -Felton o f Ander
son last week, "and I think
the plan w ill go through."
hhad been working on such a
plnfor some time, and was
confident that the other three
counties of the Piedmont section
would join in.
SShowing of Sprii
*Y We cordially invite you to
of Spring and Summer Millin
Friday and Saturday,
We will have on dispiy thi
and cordially invite your insp
Castle's Saratoga Chips wil
Easley Local and Personal
Mr. A. 0. Smith of Glen woo
mill died Feb. 23, 1915, at th
ago of 78 yearti next birthday
He leaves a widow 89 years o
Age and three sons, L, D., Jar
H. of Easley and J. W. of Bel
ton, and one daughter, Mrs. 8
S. Chapman, besides a host o
frinds to mourn his loss. Mr
Smith had been a member oi
Columbia Baptist church man)
years. He was born at Fori
Shoals, S. 0., October 22, 1837
Messrs. L. B. O'Dell and 0. ''
Hinton have purchased the W
N. Jones stock of goods in Eas
ley and will continue business a
he same old stand.
Rural Mail Carrier B. W. Mc
Wlhorter has been transferre(
'rom Liberty to Easley. Perr3
larton, who has been on a Slab
own route, has been trlansferre(
Dr. J. Ro'samond Martin ha
>een appointed a trust'ee of th<
Pjasley school to fill out the nn.
ixpired term of the late Dr. IR. F
imith, who was chairman o
he board of trustees. John H
)heatham is now chairman an<
F. L. Camp, the third member
Mrs. A.E.D,.vis has exchange<
ier house and lot, in the citi
mown as the Spencer lot, situ
ted on College hill, for Mr. Wes
ey Julian's 57-acre farm, situ
Lted on the Dacusville road,nea
daynard. Mrs.Davis has movei
o her new farm.
Election of Easley city officer,
o servo for the ensuing yea
vili come off April 19, and th4
ollowing c indidates have so fal
Lmnounced: For mavor, B. C
rohnson and J. Milton King; fo
Ldermen, ward 1, Edwin L Bol
Lnd Robert G. Sheck; ward 2
r M Smith; ward 3, P. P. Mc
)aniel and J. P. McCoy; wan
L, A. Frank Day. W. Lnthe
Pickens has also antinounced fo
The city council of Easley ha
)urchased a large town cloc
,vhich will be placed in the towv
)r of the new city hall, which i
icaring completion. The cloc1
wveighs 1,000 poinnds, and th
)ell, which will be used as a fir
larm and bell for the clocl<
weighs 700 poutids. The cloci
ias four dials, each dial bein
our feet In dignteter. It wi
:ost about $125.
About fifteen blacks. were ap
>rehended gambling over on th
I en lino this week. Amonj
hose present in the mayor'
:ourt were Bub Murphy an<
lobt. Wiliiams, who were fine(
John B. J ameson is mayor pr<
;em and will fill out the unex
)ired term caused by the deatl
>f 3. T. Lathem.
Louis Perry will represent thi
Easley school in the county ora
orical contest to be held her'
A pril 2.
Rev, and Mrs. E. V. Babb an'
~on Winston spent several day
~ecently with the former's pa
ents in Laurens.
George D. Brown. superin
~endent of education of New
erry county, has been appoint
d s ta te supervisor of ml
schools, an office ciented by th
Governor Manning Ifas signei
bhe act, passed by the last legie
lature which prevents the pmn
Thase and discount of trad
Dhecks for laborers' wages.
ag and Summer
attend our annual showing
Ery on next
, March 19 and 20
e latest creations In Hats,
rrow Co., Picens
Norris News Notes
d Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Bearder
e and Miss Watts Clayton of Con.
. tral were in town a shorttwhilk
W. M. 'Alexander. familiarly
- known as "Uncle Pole," has
been indisposed for several dayE
r with lagrippe.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rhodes
have as their attractive guest
this week Miss Hamilton of
Mr. and Mrs. Malon Roper
and granddaughter, Miss Erma,
of Hunters Mill attended the
funeral of Mr. Ben Roper's baby
last Thursday at Central.
Mr. Ralph Burroughs,Miss Zoa
Zeigler and Miss Hamilton spent
Sunday afternoon at Clemson.
Little Miss Anjie Mauldin of
Oentral, who has had pneunio
nia for a week, is improving, to
the delight of her many little
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Porter of Lib
erty were the guests of relatives
Tillian Littleton is now third
I trick operator at Easley during
the absence of, Tom Whbitt.tn,
who is spending a few days a'
home. Mr. Whit,ein will lt-av%
this week for Atlanta for several
days' rest and recreation.
Miss Rackley of near town is
spendiig several days in 1reen
ville, the guest of her sister.
Mrs. R. E. Mauldin spent last
week at Liberty, having dental
Mr. Cleland, who is with Gig.
3 nalliant & Co. of Liberty, nioved
his family to that place -last
-'eek, where they will make
r their home.
Messrs. Fred Brock and Ollie
Rice were in Easley a short
while last week.
.Col. H. Billingsly spent a por
tion of last week on his farn
s Miss Addie McWhorter of Lib
erty was in town last wesk in
. structing her music class here
Rev W. M. Walker filled hi
e regular appointment at Golder
U Creek, near here, the first Sun
e day, He also preached here a
11 o'clock Sunday morning to L
lara.e and appreciative congre
Oolenoy Local Items
. Mrs. T. J. Keith, who has
been quite ill, is much improved
y to the delight of her friends.
1 Messrs. J. A. Hendrix and S.
F. Keith were in Greenville on
business last week.
Misses Elizabeth and Grace
- Mauldin and Mr. R. P. Thomas
1 were the guests of Mrs. A. C
Sutherland on Sunday last.
3 Misses. Cora Eden, Cieo Hen
-drix, Messrs. Ray Lynch ani
a Prue Hendrix were Sunday
guests of Miss Jessie Bqatric(
3 Dr'. and Mrs. S. F. Orenshaw~
- spent a part of last week witl:
their aunt, Mrs. E. J. Chastain
Paul Edens and Ray Lyncl'
. were in Greenville last week.
.The Oolenoy Baptist Sunda.3
.school was reorganized on las
i. Sunday. Mr'. Grover Keith, ai
e efficient young man, was unan
imously chosen as superintend
MNrs. L. A. Roper spent las
wveek with her daughter, Mrs
eMessrs. Howard and Jame
Sutherland, who have recentl'
moved from Calhoun, Ga. ti
the Griffin section, were recen
guests of Rudolph Hendrix.
S. B. Edens has added muc1
to the appearance and conven
ience of his residence by som
remodeling and addition.
Messrs. J. Waltel- Langstoi
and T. A. Seawright, delegate
from the Pickens camp, and D
W. Hiott and J. M. League
delegates from an Easley camp
are in Charleston attending th
convention of the South Cara
fina [Head Camp, Woodmen o
In the preliminary oratorica
contest held at the school hous
Friday afternoon MIss Sari
Atftawav was chosen to repre
sent the Pickens school in th
girls' contest which will be hel4
it Liberty Friday night, Marci
26. Harry Robinson was chosei
- to represent the school at th
coun ty oratorical meet in Easles
IFriday night, Api'il 2. and Colil
Seaborn was chosen as repro
settieof the Pickens schoc
at the state high school oratori
.cal contest to he held at Clinton
These are all good representa
tiyes and the people of Picken
are looking to them to "brinj
the bacon home."
New Advertisements This Week
hank Staeoments-Pekens llank and Keowee
-liank. Safe, sound Anld most progressive inks o
of the county, 0
Litzianne Coffee -lieantiful preseuts free. 0
Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co.-P82K- -'er
tilizer. A good oase.
Natvassa Guaio Co-.l. 1). Holder ntow agent III
for this company in PickeIs
.1. W. lilendricks-New spring goods.
.Iolitois's 5 and I0e 'Store-Speelnt sale Sat
u riit y. .
"lekens Fridtt Co.-New line-of groceries and L
Frecneh lint Shop-l Illinory Opening larcha
19 and 30. Refreshnients will be served.
The M illitory Shop- 31il1itsery Opening Fri- H
iay taind 8atuiday of iI week. CC
l'IE.kcus Drug Co --l-nrly Ganml en Seeds. w
Ii. 10. Parsonts-A nother great eandy special.
lie sure to read the new advertisoments in the
Speep;.). Notice oluntmn.% to
- - re
Big Battle in Progress
London.-Just an the French att-.tek
ed the Germans in the West when
Field Marshal von Hindenburg made
his drive from East Prussia last
month, so the British Army operating
in Flanders has undertaken the task P
of relieving pressure on its Russian tl
ally, now that the Russians again are E
being attacked in North Poland. This 9tC
is part of the general plan of the ft
Allied .generals. When one is attack- a
ed the other attacks to compel the w
Germans and Austrians to keep strong i
forces at every point and endeavor to
prevent them from sending new troops c
where they could do the most good.
The Germans now are attempting to E
crush the Russians. For this purpose
they are reported to have an army I
estimated at nearly a halt million men PI
marching along the roads toward T
Przasnysz. To prevent this army 44
from being strengthened further the t.
British are thrusting at the German fq
line north of La Bassee and besides re- di
porting the capture of the village of
Neuve Chappells it is asserted that s
they have advanced beyond that town.
The battle taking place -in the East,
experts say, is the biggest pitched bat- n
tIe of the war, no less than a million ei
men being engaged. The Germans in y
their official report claim an advance,
while Petrograd considers It likely d
that the Russians will have to fall tj
back beyond Przasnyz as they did last a
month, before making a stand. It
probably will be days before a definite
result is attained in this battle.
Meanwhile another German army L
has appeared on the Pilica River i
front, south of the Vistula, probably,
military observers say, with the idea
of inducing Grand Duke Nicholas to
withdraw men from the North, where
the real blow is bqing struck.
Farther south, along the foothills of '
the Carpathians, fighting between the E
Austrians and Russians continues in l(
wintry weather. Each side claims t'he i
other is doing the attacking but it is ti
believed here, that as the Austrians in- a
itiated this -battle, they probably are d
still the aggressors. e
Mrs. Davis Dead a
Mrs. Oleve Davis, of the Pick- a
ens mill village, died at the home r
of her father, W. Derrick Spear
man, on Pickens route 3, last h1
Sunday afternoon. MrB. D)avis i1
was a young woman, beine- only F
23 yeais of age and her manyd
friends will be gieved to learn Y
of her death. She is survived fa
by her husband, their only child h
being burned to death several
months ago. The body was laid
to rest at Mt. Bethel church last
Monday, the funeral services be
ing conducted by Rev. L. W. a
Johnson. The syipathy of the n
community is (3xtended to the n
bereaved ones. n
There app~ears to be a wide- a
spread misunderstanding in re
6' gard to I he acts passed by the g
-last genei al assembly effecting ti
pensions. The law as to eligi. ~
3 bility to pe n sionsa was not ~
'changed in any particular. Pen- a
) sioners may expect their money
L on or about A pril 15, 1915.
- Today is the anniversary of a
, the birth of Grover Cleveland, A
born March 18, 1837. He served b
two terms as president-not In n
succession, however. His first Lt
term was from 1885 to 1889, and 0
Sthe second term, Ben jamin Har- f
rison serving foul' years mean- te
while was from 1893 to 1897.
- H. M. Geoer, one of the best dI
f known citizens of Belton and a
proprietor of the Belton hotel, ri
died last Thursday morning,.
1He had been in declining health
Ssince last October Ho was b
,about 52 vealrs old and a brother
-of J. M. Geer plrominent cotton ~
mill man of Greenville.
Mr. Sam Trotter and Miss
Minnie Stephens, were marrIed. s
at the home of the bride's8 para e
r ntsi Mr. sa Mrs, Henry StepbM a
# gns, of Lfl*e4ty route 2,last Sun.' t)
- day afternoon, M. A. Boggs of. y
I ficiating. -.
Mrs. John D. Rockefeller Dead.
New York-Mrs. John D. Rocke
feller died at the Rockefeller coun.
try home at Pocantico Hills, just out-r
side of Tarrytown. She had been filr
J. T. Lathem of EasleyDean Picken
J. '. Lathem, after an illness F. H.
brief duration, died at 8.30 his music
clock Saturday morning at his to Easley
orm In the Mountain View Mrs. T.
otel in Easley. fHe has been ed fi'om a
declining health for many in Atlant
onths but the end was not ex- Sam A
cted -so suddenly. Sam l
Some few weeks ago Mr. DAcusvill
athem went to Florida and re- contest A
irned about the first of Febru- Mrs. 0
y in A rather serious 'ondition. NormA G
e seemed to realize that his Greenvilli
>ndition was steadily growing Miss Es
orse for he told some of his Margaret
lends that he had come home Saturday
die. After that, however, he j. S.
cuperated and was able to be young pl
it on the streets until last town on 1
hursday a week ago when he M '
as forced to take his bed.
nce hat time he grew rapidly o son
Mr. 'aheni was about 47 D. A.
iars of age and a native of Duffie, of
ckens county, having lived on businei
e greater part of his life at M. L. k
isley. Some years ago be en- citiz.-n of
Lged in a buggy, wagon, and onl busim
rniture store and at this made All teac
splendid success. In fact, he urged to
as a good financier at all trades the court
id through his skill he has ac- Nettie
imulated a nice fortune. Dur- Downs w<
g the time which he lived In A. A. Jor
asley he held several public of- Messrs.
,es at various times, being J. T. Ric
ayor of the town and vice- J. inRi
Tesident of the Easley Loan & woek.
rust Co. at the tine of his week.
.ath. He always took an un- e yotu
mual amount of interest in you had b
,rm ing and owned several splen today.
d plantations. Mr. Lathem is toA,
irvived by a sister-in-law, Rob An
rs. R. E. Latheim, one niece ville Mon
Iss Fannie Lathem. His last Mrs. 0. L
Ear relative, a brother, preced- reported s
I him to the grave some six Misses I
ears ago. ie was unmarried. Eula Attu
The funeral services were con. Sunday
ucted by Rev. ). W. Hiott at mother ir
ie home of Mrs. R. E. Lathem Mr. am
nd interment took place in the of Green
Testview cemeteiy Sunday af- and Mrs.
rnoon in tIhe presence of an otheit frie
norious cot ncouisei of sorrow- Dr. W.
ig friends. G. F. Noi
J. R. Bridges of Easley Dead friends.
J. R. Bridges the 17-year-old services c
)n of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ander re,
ridges, died at his home in Eas- lanta last
iy Saturday morning after an Joe Doi
Iness of ten (ilys. Ho was, of the upl
iken ill last Wednesday a week has been
go with pneumonia an I on Fri- with pnt
ay developed brain trouble, the R. T.
ad coning at 9.30 o'clock Sat- ' '.
rday mornin'g. The lad con- citizen h
acted himself in an admirable wss at th
tanner, which had won for him
warm place in the hearts of 'Miss
any friends. inly ente
The funeral was held at the at' her ho
:me and interment took place nue Iast 1
the Westview cemetery at Dr. J.
asley Sunday afternoon. The R. T. HI
aceased was a most excellent with theil
oung man and the beCreaved J. M. Hal
imily have the syrgpathy of
ost of friends. - ~ rdya
Mrs. E. S. Rowe Dead ical conte
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Rowe died Wolf Ore,
her home in Liberty Fr-iday night, Me
lorning, March 12th at 1.30 a. Iinvited to
a., after a short illness of pneu- Miss M
monia. Mrs. Rowe was born popular a
nd reared in Grcenville county Mt. OC'
nid has a host of relatives and wvee-o
,iends whose hearts are truly
rieved. She leaves four daug~h- Mr s. J
srs, Mis. Owens of Waihalla, Viola Hei
[rs. Ballensrer of Little Rock, cently vih
Lrk., Mrs. Willard of Greenville and Mrs.
nd Miss Bell R'owe of Liberty; Oolenoy.
nie brother. Dr. J. S. Walker of Messrs.
~reenville, and one sister, Mr's. Garrison
Vatson of this county. Funer- busin ebs
I services were held Saturday. the codlnt
fternoon conducted by Rev. T. dIay last
[. Galphin of Seneca, assisted
y Rev. J. C. Bailey. Inter- Fr. Box
ent was made in Liberty come- uridy
ry. Mrs. Rowe was 79 years Leesbr
1(d. The many friends of the panied l1
imily extend slicere sy mpath y Bowen
> them. younger
The Pickens school track team mak he
efeated the Roanoke school e, Hon.
'ack team in Pickens Friday present.
fternoon by a score of 56 to 25.
'he meet was very interesting
nd witnessed by many enthus
Lsts who cheered the work of(
oth teams. Both these teams M(
Till compete at the annual track
eet of the county schools
Thich will be held at Easley on
aturday, April 3, and bo0th
Till undoubtedly make a good M
dowing. Especially is the Pick- )1
nis track tern showing tup well
nd we confidentlitexpect to see
-acm repeat their success of last.
ear and keep the cup in Pick
ns. The Pick~ens team will al- E
o participate in the state high M
chool track meet to be held 8soon
t Columbia, and with a little
nore practice and encourage- ~M
riont our boys can win the stateMi
.Local and Personal Pi
Traimmell has moved Th
palace from Pickens meet
D. Harris has return. Looi
visit to her son Willie ens i
a. I pres
ken will represent the Mi
s school In the county have
pril 2. their
. F. Norris and Miss Jess(
riffin spent Tuesday in runt
) shopping. Blac
sie Finley yisited Miss Mi
Janeson in Easley near
and Sunday. J- F
Pilgrim, well - known spen
nter of route 2, was in Mr
usiness Tuesday. near
Ickens Stephens, of p
'ho has been quite sick Port
ime, is improving.
Riggins and son, Mc- gene
route 1 wero in town inl a
3s one day last week. A.
imm6ns, well-known who
route 2, was In town of J.
iss one (lay last week. Pick
hers and trustees are hom
be at the meeting in with
house here Saturday. C.
Terrell and Martin his 1
)re married March 11, has i
ies, N. P., officiating. tack
J. P. Carey, Jr., and near
iev were business visi- port
iberty one day last Mi
vrant to talk to Easley quar
telephone next week spen
etter put in your call his
thony went to Green- Th
lay to see his mother, son c
. Anthony who was the e
arrott, Anderson and will
LWaY of Liberty spent Andc
vith MIsS Attaway's mil
I Mrs. W. W. Porcher Veti
ville are yisiting Mr. lien
C. E. Robinson and even
Ids in Pickens. era a
A. Woodruff and Mrs. ers.
'ris of Oateechee spent have
)urs here Sunday with Tli
aylor attended several scho
f the Chapman- Alex- gilnn
iyal meeting in At- A .
igens, a good citizen scho
>er part of this county, invit
quite sick recently Th
inonia. B3 A
Stewart, well-known that
ing on Liberty route:3 his
) coulity seat on busi Lil-hie
sta, Ashmore charm- 110l(
artained several friends
ne on Hampton aye
'riday evening. at (
N. H-allum ,hnd Prof. form
allumn spent Sunday Atla
-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ia1
lumn, nuear Liberty-.ra
ud acted as one of the
the preliminary orator- A
st of the Easley school. har I
vill be a box supper at For<
ak schoolhouse Friday theC
rch 19. All ladies are a pl
come and bring boxes. timit
argaret Attaway, the
nd efficient teacher of me
nel school, spent the m
with homnefolks here. M
esse Morris and Miss as it
adricks of Pickens re- ligh
iited thef: parents, Mr. love
W. F.'ilendricks, of -eas
Bower -p'reeman and. ;ha
Wyatt, tWo prominenrat Is
neri of E lsey, were at her
y Seat orp business on~e :Cov(
ven Parsons left last the
a resume his wyork at Pici
, Fla. H-e was'accom- day
v his uncle T.i A. hers
who will bring the talin
children to Pickens. like
ons and children will pacl
Ir home with her fath- qua
W. T. Bowen for the Con
-'announce the firs
pring Millinery an4
on display Friday a
March 19 e
Misses Grace and a
You are ' y
. ertisement ti
tokens Local SWd
e Ladies' cottage
ing will meet Friday j
1 4 O'clock with Mrs. M.
er. All the ladies of Pick.
re cordially Invited to be
and Mrs. J. C. Jennings
returned from a visit to
son, Jesse, at Hardeville.
is a railroad engineer now
mg between Hardeville and
killoee. Hrei i n
and Mrs. A. B. Looper, of
Pickens, and Mr. and Mrs.
. Bigby, of Williamston,
Sunday with their parents'
and Mrs. M. J. Welborn
e, building o'ccupied by
3r's barber shop has-recent.
en refloored an repainted
e and outside and fixed up
rally and greatly improved
M. Reese of Lisbon, Fla.,
accompanied the remains
E. Parsons from Lisbon to
ens, has returned to his
3 after spending a few days
f riends here.
B. Finley last veek visited
rother, Miles Finley, who
)een suffering from an at
of appoplexy at his home
Salem. We are glad to re
that he is improving.
les 13. Allgood, a Southern
ay detective with head
ters at Salisbury, N. C.,
several days this week with
)arents, Captain and Mrs.
. Allgood, near Pickens.
e encampment of the Clen
ollege cadets will be held in
itv of Aiiderson during the
of March 22. The cadets
narchi from the college to
'rsol), I (listance of eighteen
tow1nship singing con
11ll meet with Bethle
atirch fourth Sunday
ing at 2 o'clock. All sing
re invited, especially lead
Let's all come out and
a good time.
ere will be an entertain
L given at the Ambler
lhouso oil March 26, be
Ing at one o'clock p. m.
mall adlmittance will be
ged for the benefit of the
A library. Public cordiady
.e many friends of Capt. W.
llgood will regret to learn
he has been quite sick at
ome near Pickens for some
We are glad to say that
3 now iiproving and we
ho will soon be antirely
. T. A. Seawright arrived
'harleston Monday and a
ess f rom him .yesterday in
s 1s thaLt he 1has boulght the
tie oceanI and~ hired Walt
~ston and1( Spencer Gantt to
it ofl.. H e will sell wvhales
:or a nickel.
(XO.~ l Picken s'.popu
very man1, j.fuir~hssed a
auitomobilec foi heus L
blhiic. Pickens lias'needed
Iblic service car for somne
and we are glad Mr. Grav
as purchased one and hope
! 'prove a profitable invest
rs. Mar'y Alexander, who
been seriously Ill, is reported
nproving, greatly to the de
of all Pickens people, wvho
Mrs. A lexander. Much un
14s ha&'been felt about her
lition- And a trained nurse
bpen 1r constant attendance
1 bedside. We hone for
an early and permnanent re
ie last lyceum attr'action of
present Feasonl will be at tihe
:ens school auditortuni Fri
night, March 26: It. Is
Lided as one of the best en
ments on the road and will
ly be greeted here by a ca
ty house. The American
rtet, musicians, and Clayton
rad, cartoonist, is the at
I Pattern Hats
ited to attend