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The Pickenxs Seatine
PICK ENS, S. C.
SEPTEMBER 30, 1915.
Enterel at 'ickena l'ostoflie aia tc'*on Clait
Eote' 't ~ 'Mall Matter.
$1 PER YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE
G.xl * HroTT'v, Manager.
)bittsary notie(s it:v triotltes of respect of
lover one h unt reat words will be printed free
of .:hartiC. .\1l over that number mutes be pain
tor at the rate of one leit i word. <!abh to
i-otlpany mans''tmi'riot. i ari of thanks en b
lished for one-half Cent it wori.
'Simmon beer iA brewin
A little more kivver, please!
-Possum an' sweet 'tateri on the way!
Tom Watson and Ton Loyles-six
Health Hint. -. Don't try to use up
your month's allowanc' in onv day.
The price of cottol ha been going up
ever <ir.:e the peo)pl oated for prohihi
I orn.shtickin' is dratiwitag neotr, and
ueki will be tho l.ii whv' first finds the
iDid EKing titton is wearing the smile
tnat won't colte ofT. And as the days
b by the smile becomes broader.
\W notie that the Prnce of Peace
and the Prince of Iaragraphers were
both in the same town Thursday night.
The war seems to have no effect on
the schools and colleges. All of them
.o far report an increased attendance.
This time inst year they were going
arotndl being you to 'buy a hale" at
ten cents a pound! Wouldn't it jar you?
There's too much prohibition talk and
too little temperance practice. And
this applies to ether things than liquor
It's neck - and - neck between Tom
\atson's Magazine and Tom l.oyless'
near-magazine -both on the same worn
Lo. the poor proof-reader' The new
Austrian minister to this country is said
to have this name attached to him
Kajetan Merey Kopos-Mere!
Some newspapers try to make their
readers believe Mr. Bryan is mercenary;
yet he says if he goes abrca i in the
interest of peace he will pa. .:s
As Colonel A ftermath is wont to' sa'.
the height of sonethnio'' is a heading
n the State the other day: Smoker
Those Mlexins who madle raid< into
Ii.'a wer no t display in"r bravery at
- -VVere sirr i1 locoed. The loco
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n-' v' n :n i)- ' - .n--. ao r-t
- IN -: lin.- sl oii.is - e.
A." niv t znir' :u: : -:an ai!.- - --
'on' o w u-i'a
t' i t he i' i e . :a ta - an i. in'
.fit.' I 0i O hO .i' e'ti.'n . I
a9e:e:i.' }e' th. naa:i uh'
ESthe dLiemz'a i i' ttc
after it was p itxign: i: te* Ia
Fiekid. but we havre 1i*m ain~ t.a
Mzti t&h weie4L We g~gr i,
provre of intereM M cor reamr, al
astho is kuo'in geetc.ya
The boy stood on~ the M
gis fane was net sezene
As he watched the disuppeg
Oct~ WEEKLY RIDDILE. - hata
most esoriale thzing in the iaq
Mae..aanes, far yo ne';' v.-e t
.senator Weeks' presideial booth, wa.
a weak one.
Rev. Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis, pastor
of famous Plymouth church In Brooklyn.
Henry Ward Beecher's old church, has
been specula ag, and consequently is
"in bad" finarL ally. He gambled with
other people's money, and it's the same
old story; but in this part of the coun
try recently a number of men have been
sent to the penitentiary for the same
offense. But because Doctor Newell
Dwight Hillis, a big preacher in a big
church, went wrong is no reason for
lesser lights to emulate the eminent
Now Would Be
A Good Time
To sow oats-big lot of seed on
hand. \V ill receive this week
car 16 per cent acid, a car of salt
and a car of hay. Have just
received a car of flour and shorts.
Next week we will he receiving
our seed wheat. Have you
1lati'( ytiur orde v'I't'
.\ filend has t wvo mtilk rows'
Morris & Co , Pickens,S.C.
Slab- of So'hth1 Carolina,
Coity of Pickens.
By J. B. Newberv, Probate .J udge:
Whereas. B3. T. McDaniel and P. P.
McDaniel made suit to me to grant
them letters of administration of the
estate and effects of J. II. G. McDaniel
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said ,J. HI. G. McDaniel,
deceused, that they be and appear be
fore me. in the court of Probate. to be
held at Pickens. S. C., on the 14th day
of October, next after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why said
administration should not be granted.
;Given under my hand and seal this
25th day of September, Anno Domini,
1915. J. B. NEWHBERY,
2J. P. P. C.
Mr. Rudolp-t Hendricks and
Miss Viola 1yndricks. of the
Oolenov section, accompanied
by Miss Annie Williams, who is
teaching the Oolenov school
this term, were visitors in Pick
WE ARE RE(
Our 10-1-0 and
and our 10-2-0
oats this fall w]
SThis will give
Sgrain in the he
~what you want
~you sow five i
and five in oats
fertilizing it wt
ot these goods,
1-2-9 is especia
for grai'n. Let
4 W. B. Freerr
Robins~on & Th
: SHlPLOADS Fl
i1 N T NE W
L~... TH1> 1 THE~r KI~i>
LUiZIANNE. the Codfe
L ee~ft~ ;iot at hae ii
modns of lahmen
\ a <ama a~t rw etesj~..
h2e ar yDA ieased. A
Use Onei~ HALF as Mc
n Te REILY-TAYL
Cannot Be C t:
luatons, ao they e"ailflot
*CI1134 fisasod piortion of jl.0 .*ot',
Sone way to Cure Caut8i,
anJ that e by cone iitutiottil remoaigj.
Deafnss ts cause by an inflamed con
tIon O the mucous lining of the Eusta.
clia9 ube. When this tubo Is inflamed
you nave I iunbling sound or inporroet
hering , nd when it is entirely cl.'ne'I.
Deafness l tho result. and unioss thio in
flammation can be taken out atu this
tube restored to its normal condition,
hearing Will' bo dentroye l forovcr: nino
cases out of ton are Cattse(t by (Catarr'',
which is nothing but an inflamed condl
tion of the mucous nurfacen.
Wolwlltlplyeo nohIlnndi 'ollatit torPnyc'aitn of
Ienoa (a81 yatartmrrithuilt'a linit b cuothl i'
Halls atatr Unro. Sond for cirou ars, fr '.
F. J. UI tiENNY, & CU. Tolodo, Ohio.
Taoe l.ls yl flls to. ooSIUpaion.
Mt. Carmel Notes
aieryborly c hts to hiive InI g00(ri Job annt i
here Justt i pret.et either plekilug c(toton or
Oh necount of the illness (f' the hostess, Airs.
Mrs. Leigh iunt. the iionthly inecting of the
liEi broidery Pilh was pneltite i nt it lhe tee
oui( Saturdlay it ctoler.
.Joh1 -'terguson I inonk hug iIrep:iratious to
lt lhid a large ial (entntoilou s ban.
A rIl ti r .tone. iuel fitiliy oif the ('telar Itock
seiiong sp'ent Stintav with t. ). Luthem.
.\Mrs.. I. P. Snith visited her liareutts in seneen
The tPhlest 4.iil iir D ora l'irectnai is till ienlly
ill nuil is not ex teeetl to live.
The pble schioo at tils puhaee. taught by Mr.
lint (hult o; P'cikens. till tiee next -'rliety
intil the iushi o cottion plPekiitw s liver.
Let (t.Il 'ly iet iea he tPe t(Iiiiie Phe esinging
it fi t'ai;tie. iext Nithiaty evenin:i ni bring
their 5;I-on b ksut esi eri t e P iuelea iters ar tx.
~ets .1 to, be' i reent.
Poor Eyesight Is a
Defect of Nature
If youl wait t litght, it tint u twith
uire iii the uiatter of lye
sight, that i" your privilegte
IMilliot, hate (lone so before
yon. buti it i a losing light.
S"NsIlIb P'lI )lli sulbmit to
the ditties of iinture when
the first sigii nif eye Ironlele p.
pears. eielt'y i. isdi gern Ci.
('onstiuit an Lye Spe'ialis if
there i" reison to iiPelieve hait
yotur eyen nIe~ lout Jutst ats t hey
-houlti he We make tests that
e('in et iil to reveal the Prn -
ble lie nite pirepaiirei to ive
relee byoversomg theennse.
S. .\. 0 11 01. A . If. St.' t .\ 1 Il:.
d re . See. ant i rs ,
t'ON\SI.''TIiit OPT'1 hill:'TilsTrs
our 10-2 1-2-0+
for wheat and
hen you sow it.+
ad, and 1tht2
)hae in Oilheat
you THIl find
s Our LEA-2
>hat &U1, Oin Co,'i.,
n, S CBLNDN
:ns a re:a~ ar~ oe
FOLGER, THOaNLEY & COMPANY
Telephone Number 10 '
That's our number. You can say it quickly
and it will give you good service and quick
delivery. Call us-No. 10-and your order
will be delivered promptly.
+E Give us your orders for Butterick Patterns.
Catalogue and Fashion Sheets received
monthly, showing a complete line of patterns.
We are receiving new fall goods daily.
Watch This Space!
FOLGER, THORNLEY & 00
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty 4
Sole Agents for Walk-Over Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New home Sesv g
Machines. Iron King Stoves, Chase City and Babcock Buggies, Mitchell Wagons nd
? Mitchell Automobiles."'. O
Sunday School Association -TTI Dr. L. L. Jameson
Liberty township Sunday ! McSwain & Craig Physician and Surgeon
school association will meet with, sca n ugo
Reunion church Friday. October LAWYERS Eaaer, S. C.
s. All Superintendents are re- Practice in State and Federal Court i ea se nt S a Se
quetedtosend delegates. 1 Greenville Office Phone 21 DI eae Easthey Btoach L. Specialty knsOfiePhn 3 oe
S. MAIN ST., GREENVILLE, S. C.
! Fall Stocks Complete M
g We take pleasure in announcing to our friends
5 and patrons in Pickens that our Fall and Winter
SStocks are now at their very best. Your inspec
a tion is invited.
I-, Dresses and Gowns. -
I ~\ Waists, Children's Wear,
* VGloves, Hosiery,a
I Sweaters, Blankets.
_________-~Full Line of Domestics.
SOne Price Dependable Railway Fare
n to Ali Qualities Refunded
\l PRICES NEVER HIGH!