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MAY 18, 1916
1t0red at Pickens Ptoglee as Beobsid 0Mw
$1 PER YEAR, INVARIABLV IN ADVANCE
GARY HOTT, Manager.
Obituary notices and trioutes of respect of
not wrone hutidtd words will bepriuted free
of charge. All over thiat number must be paid
for at the rate o(f one cent a word. Uas to
accompaly manuscript. Cards of thanks pub.
lishod for one-half cent a word.
The very best fellow
In all this land
Lends his falling brother
A helping hand.
Let's be thankful that there are no
If those Mexicans don't quit pester
ing Uncle Sam there won't be any
border to cross.
That stereotyped grin some of our
citizens are now wearing won't come off
till after the votes are counted.
West Virginia must be a sure-enough
dry state. The thirsty ones are bur
glarizing the jails there to get the stuff.
"Only Germans and Austrians desire
Peace"-headline. Then why those
French and British prayers for peace?
The best recommendation Mr. Bran
dies has for that appointment is the
knocks those Boston lawyers gave him.
Speaking of old-timey times, what has
become of the old-fashioned kid who
used to put a mud pill on a bumble-bee
We'd rather have good "horse sense'
than be an educated jackass. This hai
no reference at all to Mr. Frank Evani
We just want to whisper to Watsor
Bell that he should assign Mll Glenn t<
a home where they don't use shari
knives at the dining table.
Dunk Botta says he noticed that th
'"lnmbia State had an editorial abou
ty." He says it was
)ject for &uchi a feebl
have with us the fire
less cooker ",-d the iceless refrigeratoi
we are expecting Col. Rion McKissick
Virginia friend to soon announce thi
he has perfected his odorless whiskc
for viceless men.
H. H1. Harris, Esq., who is a canc
date for solicitor of this judicial d
triet, was raise( in Pickens county at
Is a grandson of the late Col. C. L. He
lingsworth, who was one of Picket
county's most prominent citizens. M,
Harris is a yoog mnim of thoro legA
training and is p 'puliar in this count)
his old home.
OUn WEE~KLY Rom,)d. --Why is
woman churning like a caterpillar?
She makes the butterfly.
HEALTH HINT. l00'o start a revolu
tion in Ireland.
Who Said We'd aumn tOut ot i'oeti y'.
Ed DeCamnp will catrry
With him, whena he goe.i
HMn~ abo is a picture of the
..piture and descriptIon below
Plekans .countf so long and has mi
e fe-'resident of the orphanage,
* I Theo Hollingstvorth Homte is ni
HoP1 nvorth was the mother-in..h
, he - 1 Orphanage. A dlaught
a1d lone a great deal for it.
?te -id floor is where the mati
tu i, dining room~ and klthe
~ ~ ~ ntr >f children. 'The home is
~ ~'~ mail1 of Greenville is thea
V~ *g~~4~ ~Orphanage tItan elsewh<
dsahbp, anid doing all its ov
cued trilbies in a pair of am t
o ks, it's,ppt stylidh to b e t4
thin in our$*apita el ty..
6ting thilfp in' Now Jej.ey pi
poeration ws performed on ai boy'
head to make him a better boy, Edito,
Grene of. the Abbeville Fress and
Banner,, sayi that's not'the place his
parents tused to operate on him to make
We. Double-Dare the committee in
charge to arrange a ball game between
the country boys and the' city guys at
the Press Meet in York next month.
We know they won't do it, tho, for the
way we. roughnecks would romp on the
highbrows wouldn't make good reading
for the society column.
We see by the papers that Congress
men Aiken and Nichols are trying to
have an artillery park and Aifle range
established in the mountains of Pickens
and Oconee counties on land (owned by
the government. One little thing that
might interfere with our congressmen's
plans is that the government doesn't
own any land in Pickens county.
How Can We Tell
When We Get There?
Getting about time Gary Hiott was
starting from. Pickens to York if he
wants to be there on the opening day of
the press association meet.
Another hyphen that is expected to
be pretty conspicuous this -fall is the
one in ex-congressman. -The Stato.
CARD OF THANKS
Carlisof .taks Jul i0he.0 for one-lin11f nett
I wish to thnnk the people for their
goodness and kindness to me during my
recent illness, and also to Dr. Porter foi
his attendance. I will never forge
this kindness and pray God's ble4sing
up .-ou all. C. W. HUNTR.
coffee. We f
satisfy you in
have used the
according to d
good on both
the can and a
"Hollingswrth1 Home" at the Thornm
will prove of Interest to our readers, sin
any relatives and friends her'e. The 8en
for the cut of the building and the folio1
aimed for Mrs. M. A. Hollingawor'th, who
etwo Ex-Govornor Ansel, who Is the Cha
er, Mrs. Jioues Fuller, of Greenwood, Is a
r'ho Hollingsworth Home Is built of conec*
on andl the inmates sleelp. Itst first floor
n. It is one of the most convenient homi
for boys, whose ages are from 12 to 18,
unatrop. The building cost $3,000, but ti
~re on account or the orphanage doing all
'n hauling. The home das opened In 191
, lij i' V,
tyof - 0064.,
Pep H~rdwar and up p e, '
In pursuance e
in the above;ata a
Judge Frank B. r f-A' rl
1916, I will sell to th igl p t deron
Salessday in Fnune, IO36,
(the same being . the 5th day of'said
month), during the legal hours of, sale,
at Pickens C. H., S. C., the following
described tract of land, to-wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or trac
of land lying and being in. the county of
Pickens and' state aforesaid, on the
South Saluda River, bound by lands of
W. B. Hardin, Milton Talley, J, C. Me
Junkin, and having such metes and
bounds as is made by E. M. Hunt, sur
veyor, plat dated October 23, 1891; Uid
plat shown by plat filed for record in
the clerk's office of Pickens county and
recorded in Vol. SS, at page 323, on the
6th day of .Jme, 1914. Said land has
the following metes and bounds: Be.
ginning at a corner in the public road;
thence S 82j W Milton Talley's corner
11.30 chains to pile of stones; thence N
5 W 6.60 to pine; thence N 28 W 31.75
chains to hemlock on the bank of South
Saluda River; thence down the meand
erings of said river to a balsam 3.60
ch,~i:e below th mouth of the creek;
thence S 27 chains to the beginning cor
ner, containing sixty-two (62) acres,
more or less.
Terms cash, purchasers to pay for
all papers, stamps and recording the
same. Terms must be complied with
in one hour or the premises will be re
sold at the risk of the former pur
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
Notice.of Final Settlement apd Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq.. Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina,
un the 1st day of June, 1916. at 11
o'clock in the torenoon, or as soon
thereafter Hs said application can be
heard, for leave to maike final settle
ment of the estate of R. S. Cheney,
deceased, and obtain wicharge as ad
ministrator of said estate.
3 C. E. Busn. Administrator.
v guarantee that Luzianne
wice as far as a cheaper
latly guarantee that it will
every way. If, after you
entire contents of one can
tirections, it has not made
these claims, throw away
sk your grocer to refund
He will do it without ar
ite for premium catalog.
Cell OrhNaew C ln, SC Th
cetelt r.~ Hoigwot liedi
ts evoe finlo h Orphanage,Clwt.S. .Th
cete lca Mrs tosorthv ingt
tis idebtpdwit Mar. -. gue. Broom,
egaon the gony for ithve hosng of a
etd btocks are i twntohoys in it.t.
iat-amiopnt of money goes futther at.
the wor , making the blocks, using i(d
* . -
Another Car of the Old Relable itcheli Wagons
an4 a Car of Chase City.Buggies.
These vehicles need no introduction to the people of Ptpkens County, as there are
hundreds of them being used every day.
There are wagons you can buy for less money than ye1 will pa for the Mitchell
but we can say without fear of contradiction that nowhere in..th, ied. .ates wi
you buy a. wagon' that will'run'ligitterbr wear 16n'ger thanthe Mitchell.
DON'T CONSIDER THE PRICE SO MUCH IN BUYING AV AGON, BUT 1Y
ONE THAT YOU ARE NOT AFRAID TO LOAD
If you are undecided as to which wagou to buy, .just ask .the man who owns i
Mitchell, or ask your blacksrr.itb; they will both tell you that repair bills are ahnost.
unknown to the Mitchell Wagon.
A full line of Chase City Bugaies, anV color, in both steel 'And rubber tires All Nwe
4 ask is for you to look at the make-up and finish of a Chase City, Buggy, and'when 5
buy one you will be surprised at how light it runs and how lobg it wilt lat.
Just give one of these well-known vehicles a trial and V,u-ill .be,convinc- t h
'You will get more for your money than. any other wagon or buggy rou could bu3
FOLGER, THORNLEY C
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and-Gent's Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Sole Agents for Walk-Over and Zeigler Shoes, New Home Sewing Machi u:!.- I(m
King Stoves, Chase City Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Carhart Overalls. Call for to T
Work was begun Tuesday on the Julius E. Boggs sold his interest in Pickens tn a tiat,
walk-ways of the court house square. the Palmetto Pharmacy at Easley and
leading up to the entrance of the court has returned to Pickens. He has ac- mill diamond Wednesd.
house. The Greenvillie Tiling company cepted a.position with the Pickens Rail- score being 11 to 8. Ti- , Va.
has the contract and the walks which road company as agent at the Pickens game of the season fo -
will be of cement tiles will greatly im- depot and arrived here Monday to as- in fact, the first in five years for some
prove the appearance of the square. sume his, new duties. of them. The gotme was interesting
and good natured.
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jus ree'vd abigshimet. it adis' enuneinl B facts, r etiniye yarsforsom
prveth mighanethe surett lie um ae timmned Whutie ess ose hs enst b
niceassotmet ofpiec gods.Anytingyou i oh hee Theiks Cepe was Cinteretn
Ha::s Chatrinabg sIded Aof Thdese eNewl ec Sume , Wsomts vr
Waist weather is here at last, and seldom have we been prepared with so ma~n y
wassof exceptional prettiness. Notable among the ntewcomers ptro some dainty Blouses,
nCrepe de Chine, Tub Silk, that are fashionahlea for the stylIsh people0 andi are sav intgly
*And now the subject of Shoes is in order, and we have the rerttiest and bs/assort
met of these ever gathewred under one roof in Easldey, and can prove it if yon will maklei
it pontto drop in.
SBeacons, Oxfords and Thompson Bros. Oxfords For Ladies
In Tan, Gun Metal, Vici and Patent Leather, in all We carry the well-known Zoigler, linleon and~ the
the lasts. The most stylish and serviceauble Shoe Landis line of slippers for women arnd cildreim
on the market at from $3 .50 to $5.50O ,. They are something new and Hnappy at $16 o $3.50
* Straw Hats Socks
Now is the tilme for you t.o puirchase~ Why ntot .jIndlu(el<ck a' you di .your
vour Spring Hat. We' have dad yf st vies. frienuds-by the we.v I hoy wear evenl utnier M
M Prices front 98c to $3.00. advers e ni~os HeI. .l ro ok
_________ - - -Silk Laisle 250 ~ .
T4 Fibro Silk 33 i.
S .Panama Hats . Pure silk noe
shwi insmr aen iert ive s.vie Now For the Boys' Suits for Spring Wear
a t $3.00 to $7.50. .We have t hem, rnd eIa rge in size. as
N ~~~19 ande 20) ye'ars. Differt~iti patt(rn s. Nor
. folk Coat wtih Nicktbocker pants wih
Geo. P. Ide Shirts .full lpf'g. WeT! are' jroud of our1 trade onl
Boys' Clofihing, amd we arie gladl to) fell
Ft.lor men who are particular about st y'le yout that we. have fthe best stock nowv I hat
adcret ft at mYoderte t cost.. 81.00 to we havt e OVEr~ shown biefore.
S Other good shirts 50c to $1.50. Palm Beach and Cool Cloth For Men
Athletic union suits 50c and $1.00. We can gIVe~ U somnethingj. light., medumti
S Nobby line Neck wear' 25 and 50c. dark or bhat stripe at these low prices:
de Silver Brand Collars 15c, 2 for 25c. $5.98, $6.48 and $7.98. They are worth up
Godstock Belts, 8uspenders and Sup- to $10. A real good all wvool hhte1 serge, at
porters. Comet and giveothem at look. $15.00 value, for $12.50 .
Edwke L. Bolt & Co,
"Te #tore That' ~s 4any8Dsy"
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