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old, I rwAok out;n the forests we see
all the old, dead leaves have fallen and their
place. have been. filled with new, tender, green
leaves. ie. lAc4Ards are in full bloom and
everythlig has .a new -appearance. Such a
time has a tendenoy to make us want to leave
off'the-old winter garments and 'replace them
with new, cool ones that make us feel that we
.are -in pace with the season.
. We are now prepared to fill your needs w%'ithm
one of the best and most up-to-date lines of I)).r
Goods ever shown by this store. Whein in towNl
call on ts, or iake a special trip to ils)ect our
line. We have straw hats for the boys, girls,
men and women. Have just receivel a large
shipment of American Beauty Corsets, 50, 75,
ew lot of men's and boys' Clothing. Big
o. f men's and boys' higi-grade Overalls.
Come to see us.
-raig Brothers Company
Pickens, S. C.
In spite of the "War" the demand
for Perry College bookkeepers
That is why we can afford to
Guarantee Positions to Our
4 IF YOU ARE going to tgke a business course and pre
Ipare yourself for life's wvork, why not attend the Col
lege offering you the greatest advantage for the least
cost. Perry, Businese* College has a reputation of 36
years standing to sustain, and we cannot afford to fall
f short of the very best training possible. That is why we
have demands now for more graduates than we can'sup
ply. Men wvho want expert accountants and stenograph
ers know that the Perry 1Business College trained appli
4 cant for a position means efficiency in every sense of the
word and they are always given preference over others.
Our tuition has been reduced to conform to the demands
of the times, but our standard still remains at its highest
point and our facilities for thorough instruction are far
better than ever before. We save our pupils $12 each on
.text books alone where a comb~ined course is taken. We
gave them about $8 on a single course by selling thenm
books at wholesale cost.
The demand for bookkeepers and stenographers is
going to be greater than usual this fall. Why not enter
our College now and be prepared for a good position soon?
Only a small aihount of money is necessary. We give
easy termis. We guarantee satisfaction. Write today
for particulars. It will pay you. Address:
Perry Business College
Grand Opera House Building, GREENVILLE, S. C.
Friends of Pickens Count
FjOR twenty-three years we have done business to
gether, I have tried to give you good service
and Full Value for Your Money. I have enjoyed a good
patronage from you and appreciate it, and ask a con
tinuance of same. My stock is full and complete with
all seasonable Dry Goods, Underwear, H-osiery and
Shoes, Blankets. etc., at as low prices as dependable
goods can be sold. We Do Not Talk War. Europe
will take care of its war. We war against High Prices
and try to give values and service. Notwithstanding
prices on Shoes have advanced, we still sell at Old
Prices. .-. Our Underwear and Blankets will keep
you warm. .'. All goods as advertised. .-. I pay
cash for my goods, so when there are bargains on the
market I get them, And Sell Them.
As K. PARK, West End
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA
d-no Gutting, no pain, no danger, no detentioni
business. Testimonials furnished from people
V know.. Call on or write ncfor particulars and
nmatjon regardtag' my advanc method of treating
. Blood Skin and (ecial diseases of men
'Free. DR. W. R.
ia, S. C.
The Good Old Days, Eh?
From a dead language
What'l- you have, gents?-c
'Brotfier Gdssett, of The Tuga
loo Tribune, must be in loy
We see he is talking about hone
in his paper this week.-Spai
Now comes the deponent, ol
man Abe Martin, who, beins
sworn, declares that "it hain'
no trouble t' come back if you'v
got a Ford."-Spa'tan bur
You Make Us Blush
The Pickens Sentinel wa
forty-four years old last Thurs
day. Like the saying about oh
wine, "it improves with age.'
-Tugaloo Tribune. .
A number. of towns are pre
paring ordinances to' the effec
that chickens must not be al
lowed on the street. - Does thii
apply to the feathered variety
Then Try Pickens
"Every now and then Natur
slips a cog and turns out a mal
"Every now and then?" Luke
you ought to live in this her<
Great American Game
Newberry must be looking foi
trouble. She is arranging for a
baby show!-Pickens Sentinel,
Let us hope it won't wind up in
a game of bawl.-Anderson In
Subscribers Say That
War is hell, declared Mr.
Sherman-but he p r o b a bl y
would have said the same thing
about a country newspaper if
he'd ever tried to run one.-Lake
Whether He Needs It or Not?
A North Carolinian says tha
rain water in May is the bes
water in the world to bathe in
He ought to try to get his felloNN
Tar Helians to take a bath each
T1hie minister who said hel
wvas filled wvith women wvearing
low--necked gowns, silk skirt:
and silkstockings will have t<
verify his statement before w<
accept his recommendation.
Hard, But True
The Charleston News and
Courier is mean enough to say
that "if it is true that all the
London poets have gone to war,
the use of asphyxiating gases
by the Germans may yet be re.
garded as justifiable."
Unlucky Number 3
A Hartwell (Ga.) girl wvaved
her hand at a stranger and i
three days they were married.
Three days later the young wifE
waved a flat iron at her husband
and three days later he camc
home waving a divorce.-Sen
eca (S. C.) Farm & Factory.
We Nominate A. F. Termath
Who will preserve order al
the meeting of the press associ,
ation while. Sergeant-at-Arms
Sparks is reading his paper,
which will be a criticism of th(
weekly press?-S pa r ta n bur g
Editor's Wife's Opinion
A wvoman ran her husband's
paper a *week wvhile he was
away, and said, "We also fee
the trouble and woes a womar
undergoes when she marries E
country editor. They are ai
poor as snakes and wear mort
patched clothes than a railroat
hand. Their darning is enougi
to keep two women busy, whil<
to share their living you musi
exist on soup, and burn knott3
wood that comes in on subscrip
tion. Take my advice, girls
and don't mi a r r y a countr>
On last Wednesday afternoor
at 3 o'clock, Mr. Jessie Smiti
and Miss Kate Hunter- weri
united in the holy bonds of wed
lock at the home of the ofliciat
ing minister, Rev. Mr. Folger o
Central. Mr. Smith is a prom
ising man who for years ha
made Liberty his home, bein
the accomodating barber, an
has made many warm friend
Miss Hunter is a winsome youn
lady of Norris.
After the ceremeny they Id
for a visit in Anderson. The
will be at home to their man
friends after the 18th,am Sout
R. R. St. Their many frienc
wish them much 'hanpiness.
Cori tl einon, Thure
d ay, June 3.
Safe Ti n
Opinions differ as to
when the first newspaper
y advertisement was print
ed. Some say an old
sheet supposed to have
been published in 1591
and now on file in the
British Museum deserves
At any rate, news
paper advertising has a
wonderful history. It is
today one of America's
most important lines of
No one knows exact
ly how much is spent
yearly in newspaper ad
vertising in the 21,000
papers in America. Per
Some corporations spend
ing is worth while.
We hope none of our readei
think we are not giving then
enough war news. We coul
fill the paper every week wit]
so-called war news and afte
you read it all you would nc
know as much about it as Yo
do now, as every day the "news
from one side contradicts tha
from the other side and neithe
can be depended upon. A lo
of people are getting killed ove
there and from all reports bot
sides are winning. When any
thing else happens we will le
Old Soldiers' Reunion June 3
The thirteenth annual reunio
of the Confederate veterans c
Pickens county will be held f
b Pickens court house on Thur
day, June 3. Every Confede
ate soldier, with his family,
invited, and urged to atten(
Appropriate exercises will be o
served, an address by.Hon. J. J
McSwain, of Greenville, will 1l
Ideliverect, and the meeting wi
be throw~n open for addresses 1)
veterans, and others.
The exercises will commenc
at 10:30. At the conclusion c
the exercises wvhich will be hel
in the court house, a picnic dir
ner will be served on the comi
house square to which every of,
veteran is especially invited
Tilhese exercises and the dinne
will be given under the auspice
of the Pickens Chapter, Unite'
Daughters of the Confederacy
assisted by the Keowee Chapte
of Liberty, and the Willian
Easley Chapter of Easley, an<
they invite the co-operation c
all the ladies in the county
Bring well filled baskets an
leave them at the door on th
east side of the court hous
where a committee of ladic
will be on hand to receive ther
from 10 o'clock a. m.
Sugar Valley (Ga.) News
The B. Y. P. U. at the Suga
Valley Baptist church is pr<
gressing nicely with .Mr. Oulpei
Freeman as president. Quite
number of members and visitoi
were present last Sunday nigh1
Miss Mae Dickey's school wi
close Friday, May 21, with
picnic and baseball game.
Abbott H-illery has recenti
purchased an automobile. Autc
are getting to be very commo
in Sugar Valley.
Ollis Sutherland has pu r'ch ase
a new rubber tire buggy.
Sugar Valley was well repr<
sen ted at the singing convyen tio
at Everett Springs last secon
Joe Smith lost a fine milk co'
W. D. Sutherland has pui
chased two fine Polandl Chin
pigs from middle Tlennessee.
Misses Esther Metcalf an
J ewel Meredeth were guests (
Misses Jewel and Ruby Dobsa
last Monday night.
Perrin Dacus and sister, Mit
Leota, and Miss Esther Metca
4vere the guests of Ollis and Mi:
3 Dena Sutherland last Sunda
- evening. CARNATlION.
State of South CaroMna,
s County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judlge:
Whereas, Junius C. Boggs made si
to me to grant him iettersi of admini
*tration of the estate and efrectsi of Vi
These are, therefore, to cite and a
~,monish all and singular the kindred a
creditors of the said Vice Haddon, (
ceased, that they lbe and appear befc
V me, in the Court of Probate, to be he
bj at Pickens, S. C., on the 3d day
s June, 1916, next after pblicatlon her
of, at 11 o'clock in th fornoon,'
show cause, if any U ;"ivhy s
admatstra~ ' i5il not be granted.
Given' or my hand and seal ti
the 18th of May, Anno Domini,191
-. J. B. NEWBICRY,
3 J. P. P. C. (Seal)
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Common Pie Court.
Olive A. Lowery, lain if in
James F. Abercrombie et a., Mfei
In pursuance of a decretal order iis
in the above-stated case b His Hoine,
Judg T. J. Mauldin, date May 7, 1916
I wi sell to the hi hest bidde' on Sales
day in June, 191 , during the leia
hours for sale, at Pickens C.H., S.C.
the following described tract of land
All that certain piece, parcel ol' trac
of land situate, lying and being in Hur
ricane township, of Pickens county, oi
the State of South Carolina, on branch
?a .waters of Twelve Mile river, ad.
oiing lands now or formerly of C A
ew, A. B. Stokes and Duff Bolding,
and having the following courses anc
distances, to-wit: Beginning at a roc<
3X, same being corner of this tract or
land of C. A. Few and 1. 0. Few, and
running thence S 591,'W 19.60 to rock
3X, on bank of j branch; thence
N 18 W 33.90 to rock 3X;
thence N 62 E 23.40 torock 3X;
thence S 9 3.24 to the beginning, con
taining forty-nine and four-tenths (49.4)
acres, more or less, as shown by platof
survey thereof by B. D. Garvin, sur
veyor, dated the 16th (lay of November,
1903, and being the same tract of land
conveyed to James 1,. Abercrombie by
C. A. Few by deed bearing date the 3d
day of October, 1904, and recorded in
clerk's office, Pickens county, in Book Z,
ag 190, on the 2d day of November,
''Terms, cash, purchasers to pay
for papers and for recording same.
Should the purchaser fail to comply with
the terms of sale within five (5) days,
the said premises will be resold on some
subsequent Salesday at the risk of the
former purchaser or purchasers.
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
Notice of Forfeiture
Whereas, seizure has been made, on
April 26, 1915, one mile north of Rock,
' S. C., of one mule, black, one buggy
and one set of harness; cause of seizure
being a violation of section 3296 revised
statutes, towit: the removal of spirits
1 upon which tax had not been paid to
r othea than a government warehouse.
Any person claiming same are hereb
admonshed to appear and make suer,
Li claim before the Collector of Internal
Revenue for the district of South Caro
lina within 30 days from the publication
of this notice. W. R. BRAWi.y,
t 3Deputy Collector.
Dry Goods to G4
A few Ladies' Hats to go
kinds to go at right price.
Pails to go at 10c. One vro
-40c each. Worlds of other
t ialty of Produce, such as 14
J. W. HE
Capital & Sm
. Interest Pak
No matter wha
and Shoes, you
:are perfectly '
aWe believe in
~.and Let Live."~
:prices down w
We invite you
SLinen Middy 6
a + Ladies' Palm
d : Closing out M
+up to 25c. yard.
+,4 money on your;
+ Yard-wide Sb
4>Anew lot of
+> Big lot of ne
itAnd for grownm
' The exarnmnation for-the
award-of vacant scholarships in
e Winthrop College and for the
admission of new students' will
be held at the county court
house on Friday, July 2, at 9 a,
m. Applicants must not be
less than sixteen years of age.
t When Scholarships are vacant
. after July 2 they will be awarded
r to those making the highest
- average at this examination,
- proyided they meet the condi
tions governing the award. Ap
plicants for Scholarships should
write to President Johnson be
fore the examination for scholar
ship examination blanks.
Scholarships are worth $100
and free tuition. The next ses
sion will open September 15,
1915. For further information
and catalogue, address
PiREs. D. B. JOHNsON,
4 Rock Hill, S. C.
Dr. W. E. Scott
Phones . O iee s .reenville, S. C.
All diseases treated without
(Iugs or knife. On application
will mail literature to thoso who
would like to read up on Osteo
pathy, Any Disease. 5
.1. .1. AWSW AIN SAM ILU IU 10(
Greenville, S. (I. Ph ckeis S. U.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
Porter's Barber Shop
lehg --beN ibt b tr Iw 4rk. Watrtworks
L nn, other impjrovemntst. snittnrv H4itoI
(-e't you ir Inirhor wvork do~n it (lie best ploe III
toii. u irshtas wlork ti . II%%as ij't'i Ah gent
Ideal attaicdry, I'lekeiis.
? at Right Price
at cost. Men's Hats of all
Half gross of lO.quart Milk
ss 75c Pocket Knives to go at
things at a bargain. A spec
rgs, Hens, Fryers, etc.
is B ANK
rs, s. c.
FRANK McFA LL
.t you want in Dry
'll find it here and
rilling to pay.
the old saying wi
That is one reas
ithin reach of the
to come and see u
Beach Middy Suits, 4
suits, 98c and $1.29.
Beach Coat Suits, $E
~ain Counter of clot
ge lot of Low Shoes
shoe bills if you corr
eeting, 5c; a better <
Calicoes, all colors, 5
w colored Parasols:1
ips at $1.00.
L. Bolt & .C
: Store That's Always ]
Y 'l UTH C'AT
I. to focus -the r",
the proper poltath
the muscles aud ns
strain that would
theM if they were un
We Are Able
to relieve with glasses troub
that are sapping the nerve sup
rly by causing the muscles to
work in an effort to do the
A. A. 0DO, A. If. 8CHA DE,
Pres- Sec. and Treas.
Summons for Relief
(Complaint not served)
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens. t
Court of Common Pleas.
Lillie B. Parsons and T. A. Bowen as
administrators of the estate of J. E.
Parsons, 'deceas#ed,.-pail , against
Bowen Parsons and J. R. Ashmore; a;
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, which was on May 14, 1915, filed
in the office of the Clerk of the Courtof
Common Pleas for said county, and to
serve a copy of your answer to the said
complaint on the subscriber at their of
(lee in Pickens, S. C., within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this
action will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated May 18, 1915.
MCSWAIN & CRAIG,
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
To Bowen Parsons, infant defendant
over fourteen years of age:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to apply for the appointment of
guardian ad litem to represent you in
this action within twenty days after the
service of this summons upon you, and
if.you fail, appl cation for such app oint
ment will be m de by the plaintiff here
in. MCSwAIN & CRA1G,
.1 Plaintifi's Attorneys.
BV I e ervthlil, *.oine f'or your A uolno
lile-Elxtra i',trts, Tilres, Toim, Supplies,
e., at first cost les trade discount by
hiold ing ni meinbersi ip card in the
Piedmont Automobile Association
Box 179 Greenville, S.C. Phone 1217
GOWER-M'OEE ELECTRIC CO.
Largest and best
displayed stock of
Electric Lighting Fixtures
SGREENVILLE, S. C. 3i
Dr. L. L. Jameson
Physician and Surgeon
Easley, S. C.
Diseases of the Stomach a Specialty
Offlee over Easley Bank. Res. Phone 135
at prices you
dich says "Live +
on we keep our+
h. Some values
You can save +
ie here and buy. *
>ne at 6c.+
Lor children, 25c.