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GOD BUSINESS: At
When you buy your school sup-,
plies do not forget to get a good
tooth brush and powder or paste t
Xas they are important to your chil- *
dren's health as books, tablets and i
and pencils are to your children's::
education. We can supply you andii:*
supply you well. Your friends,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
0. N. HLLUM, Pro;. & MWg.
Ph1ou1 No. 8
PICKENS RAILWAY COMPANY
TIME TABLE NO. 13, SUPERCEDING TIME TABLE NO. 12
IN EFFECT MARCH 21, 1915.
No. 1 No. 3 No. D Dis. Stations. No. 2 No. 4 No. 6
M.30 A.mn 11.00 Am .55 P. Lv. ( Pickens Ar .20 A. 2.00 P. 4.10 P. r
7.35 11.05 " :1.00 1 Ferguson x 9.15 1.55 4.05
7.4 " 11.15 " 3.10 " , Parsons x .05 " 1.50 3.55
7.50 11.20 " .4.15 " 7 Arialis x 8.55 1.45 3.45
8.00 " 11.30 " :.20 " 8 a uldins x .50 1.32 3.40
8.0.5 111.25 ,3.25 Ar. 9.3 Easley Lv. ;.45 1.33 " 3.35
x No agent.
No. I coniects wvith Southern Railway train Nos. 29 and42
Nos. 01 aid 4 connect with Southern Railway trains Nos. 39 and
12. Nos. 5 and 6 connect with Southern Ry. train No. 11. All
Express handled by the Pickens Railroad company. For furthei
information apply to J. T. TAYLOR, Supt., Pickens, S, 0.
FORD-THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The lil rSedan-m)ade and sold1 every day in
the year. A womian's car in all dlet-ails: cozy,
,refinied, smart, easy to drive. easy to care for.
The confvenliencc of an electric car with stuirdy
Enldurance andl~ For1d economy.
The price of the Sedan is i$E45: (Coupelet, $5305;
ltunabout , $345; Tourini 'a r, *360: Town Car,
All pt zes f. o. b. Detroit. On display and sale by
B. L. HENDRIX, Pickens, S. C.
Use Nyal Face Cream freely at night--in the
morn you find your complexion is right.
Greasless and flower~rgatbatfe
the complexion-, cr frsgrntbartii
er Crp Ar
Miss Edna Rainey, of Norcross, Ga., v
is the guest of Miss Lorena Taylor. (
Tom Julian of Gre nville spent sev
eral days last week with his brother,
J. W. Julian, in Pickens.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gilstrap of Cen
tral spent part of last week at Liberty
visiting relatives and friends.
Fred N. Jones is announced this week f
for cottol weigher. He says he needs t
the job and is in the race to a finish. t
J. 1. Caliabam. salesman for Pride,
iatton & Tilman hol e Co., of Green
ville, spent Smdsvay with friends in
Revival services wi.1 begin at Porters
Chapel nwxt Sunday at 11 o'clock. Rev.
S13. White 'will be in charge of the
Ime e t in gs.
A telegram to parties at Easley from
Congressman Aiken list week Fays that
Easley has secured .5.000 to purchase a I
Mr. and lrs. Veldon Christopher
left Sunday morning for an extended
visit to Mrs. LChristopher's mother in 1
Miss Julie Legare. of Charleston, who
has been on a visit to Dr. and Mrs W.
A. Woodruff of Cateechee, is spending
sometime with friends in Pickens.
Candidates for congress spoke at Eas
ley P' riday. at Liberty Friday night and
at Central Saturday. Candidates for
solicitor also spoke at Easley Friday.
Thel'children's day exercise at the
Methodist church last Sunday was en
joyedby a large congregation. All the
little folks rendered their parts splen
Messrs. G. G. and Bristow Chris
topher of Greer and Gaffney respect
ively spent Sunday'with their parents,
Mr. andjfMrs. N. A. Christopher, in
Mrs. J. A. Terrell and children, who
have been spendingfseveral days with
her parents, Rev. and Mrs. D. W. Hiott,
in Pickens, have returned to their home
Mrs. M. E. Wiggins, who has been
visiting her son Rev. L. E. Wiggins in
Pickens for several weeks, left Monday
to visit her daughter in Rock Hill. Mr'.
Wiggins accompanied her.
The rural policeman and revenue of
ficers destroyed a still and captured five
gallons of liquor on Gauley early Mon
day mordling. The still was complete
and was a good outfit. The operators
T1he children's operetta given on 1B.
A. Hagood's lawn last Friday evening
was well attended and enjoyed. The
children were coached by Miss Elinor
Knight. The operetta was given for
the benefit of the civic league.
The Gilstrap reunion will be held at
the late Hardy Gilstrap place three
miles south of Pickens Saturday, Aug.
5. All relatives andl friends of the fam
ily have an invitation to attend and
take part in the reunion. Dinner will
be served in picnic style and all are re
qutedSt to bring well-filled baskets.
Mr. and Mrs. King Dillard of W~est
minster spent several days last week in
Pickens. Mr. Dillard is doing some tin
work on Mr. B. A. H-agood's r-esidence.
JThese young people were only recent
Sly married. Mrs. D)illard is a daughter
'of W. E. IHolcombe, formerly of this
county and she is now visiting relatives
Harry Suitor, a native of London,
England, but now living at Traylors, is
spending a few days in this section in
the interest of the Orange Judd Co.,
publishers ofi Southern Farming, one of
the best farm papers circulating in this
section. Prof. Niven, formerly of
Clemson College, is editor of this paper
andl it is dJoing good work. Mr. Suiter
Is making an attractive ofter to sub
scribers to this journal. He dropped in
and dropped a few "h's" with us last
week and seems to be a pleasant gen
A young lady wvent into the store of
Hobbs-Henderson Co. the otherdcay and
blushingly asked Earle Seaborn if he
"had any of those elastic bands, cap
able of being elongated and adjusted at
pleasure, andl used by the feminine por
tion of mankind for putting around the
lower extremities of their locomotive
members to keep in the proper position
and required altitude habiliments of
their tibias." Trho last thing seen of
Earle that (lay he was going 'out the
back door yelling for Mack Christopher
tn go. wait on the lndy.
A. S. PORTER is hereby announced as
candidate for re-election as Magistrate
f Pickens townthip, subject to the rules
f the Democratic party.
For Cotton Weigher
The friends of FRANK G. ALLGOOD
ereby announce him as a candidate for
'otton Weigher at Pickens, sub ect to
he action of the voters in the election
f August 19, 1916.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
or Cotton Weigher at Pickens, subject
o the action of the voters in the elec
ion of August 19, 1916.
N. D. PARSONS.
FiiED N. JONES is hereby announced
S a candidate for Cotton Weigher,
ubject to the action of the vr ter's in
he election of AuguFt 19, 1916.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
M. L. Cox, Plaintiff,
N'. W' Agnew and Luella Agnew, De
Pursuant to order in the above en
Aitled matter 1 will sell in or in front
)f the court house in Pickens, South
Iarolina, between the usual hours of
allesiday iin Aigusnt,
the same being Monday, August 7th,
1916, the following described property.
to wit: All that certain piece, parcel
:>r tract of land, situate, lying and be
ing in Pickens county, South Ca.olina,
in Hurricane township, and supposed to
contain two hundred (200) acres, be the
same more or less. Being the same
land conveyed to N. W. Agnew and
Luella Agnew by B. D. Mauldin. refer
ence to the said deed is hereby had for
a more accurate description.
Terms of sale, one-fourth (1) cash,
remainder of the purchase price in three
equal annual installments, to be secured
by bond and mortgage on said land,
credit portion to bear 8 per cent interest
per annum. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and paper.
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
J. ROBT. MARTIN
.rons .1)n cUIsm
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PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Phones a i"e"w" 146 0
McSwain & Craig
ractice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
A wvell-established, w(ll-Equipped1
and very prosperouis .school fo!
girls and young wvomen.
Fall term b~eginls Septembi er
For catalogue, addr~ess
J. M. Rhodes, Littleton, N.C
For a few d~
OIL STOVES ai
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We Are Now Showing the Latest and Best in White Foot
wear and Will Be Glad to Show You.
We are pleased
to announce to
our friends in /
$that our stock
Sof Shoes and Ox- X
X ~ fords f or summer Of
wear is the most +
complete and hand
somest that we have iii
ever shown. We sell nothing but
footwear, and each member of
this firm and every salesman in
the store makes a special study of
+ Shoes and Shoe-fitting. Therefore 3,
we are not only enabled to buy cor
rectly, but we are able to fit shoes
+ correctly. We will take pleasure in'
helping you to find just the shoe 14
which will fit your feet and suit
you. We offer you a service which
is hard to find elsewhere.
We have a lot of customers in Pick
ens county and we are proud of
Ithem. They are increasing yearly
and we believe it is due to the hon
est values and courteous treatment
we always give them.
PRIDE, PATTON & TILMAN *
Greenville, S. C.
THE KEOWEE BAN~K
PICKENS, S. C.
Saf e1 Sound and ProgressIve
We solicit your banking business and will show you every
courtesy and convenier ce consistent with sound bankiug prin
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
sys we are going to sell our stock of
id REFRIGERATORS at a reduced
mi Oil Stove or Refrigerator it willl
>ur line over before buying.
LOOK FOR THE SAW SIGN
EASLEY. S. C. ,