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J. N. HALL.
Ie !osoilicit your banking b
courtesy and convenienice consi.,
Five per cit. interest Iaid on
J. P. (A IR'Y', PIresident.I
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Colorite colors c
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to No. 8
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sten t with sound banking prin ciples.
JNo. C/1. CARIEY, Cashier.
ist received a
ou to call and
e have before
IS CO., Pickens
Id and new straw:
ae popular colors
Sulphur and For-i
Ph. G., Prop.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Hendricks of
Liberty visited her father, E. Frank
Looper, last week.
T. N. Hunter, a prominent citizen of
Liberty, was a welcome visitor at the
younty seat one day last week.
The Parent-Teachers' association will
aold a meeting at the school house Wed
iesday afternoon, March 14, at 3 o'clock.
The W. M. S. of the Pickens Baptist
1hurch will hold a white sale at some
2onvenient place on Main street March
The local .W. C. T. U. will hold a
meeting at the home of Mrs. Vesta
McFall next Thursday afternoon at 3:30
)'clock. It is hoped that there will be
a full attendance.
Frank Kirksey, who has been in the
lower part of the state several months
in the interest of the Chicago Portrait
Co., spent last week-end with friends
and relatives in this county.
Several pleasant hours were spent by
the members of the Entre Nous club
with Mrs. J. T. Richey as hostess last
Wednesday afternoon. A delicious
salad course was served.
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. McWhorter of
Liberty announce the engagement of
their (laughter, Addie Leola, to Mr.
William Allison Richbourg, the wedding
to take place in June.
The board of trustees of Six Mile
academy met in the county superin
tendent of education's offlice on the 6th,
six of the trustees being present, be
sides Dr. 0. L. Stringfield, the financial
agent of the school, and Rev. A. E.
Brown, the superintendent. Among the
things acted upon by the board was a
decision to enlarge the girls' dormitory.
The school has outgrown its present
Mr. Sloman, Isaac Hamburger& Co's.
clothing representative spent three days
with Folger, Thornley & Co. last week,
taking measures for tailor-made cloth
ing. This is a popular line of men'i
clothing and the business done was verl
R. T. Hallum, county superintenden
of education, and several teachers o
the county will attend the state teach
ers' association, which meets in Colum
bia, Thursday, Friday and Saturday o
The Greenville District Conference o
the Methodist church will convene ii
Greenville at the Hampton avenu,
church on the 21st, inst., at 81 p. m
The delegates elected from Pickens ar,
Frank McFall and J. P. Carey, Jr. R
A. Bowen, lay-leader, will also atteni
and Rev. E. T. Hodges, pastor of th,
The meeting of the trustees of' th<
county in the court house on March 5tl
was a success in every wvay. H~on. .J
E. Swearingen, state sup~erintendIent o
education, addressed the body. Hi
address was very instructive. Anmoni
the things discussed was recent schot
legislation. Ex-Governor Martin F
Ansel was present and madle a shtor
talk which wvas well received.
One of the most successful box sut
pet's we ever' heard of was the one re
cently held at Wolf Creek school hous
for the benefit of that school. $73.7
clear profit was madle after all expense
were p~aidl. Most of the credit is due t
Miss Nina Griffin, principal, and Mis
Mae Gilstrap, assistant, who were uni
tiring in their eff'orts to make it a suc
cess. Just before the box supper
sp~lendlid free entu'tainment wvas given
The goodl peop~le of Wolf Creek schoo
district ar'e taking renewed interest ii
ediucational work which is one of th<
best signs in the world for a good comn
nmunity. Messrs. 13. A. Allgood, J1. A,
lHunnicutt and J. H. Gillespie are ttrus
tees of' this school.
. Folks Who Knovi
.For malarial headache, Grangdf
Liver Regulator entirely relieved r.'~
trouble.-J. Height,. Wetutmpka, Al j
twice to six times a day. Four dosi
pf Granger Liver Reguator m ade rr.1
.well.-Loundas P. Blrindley, Somer
' .Mother had sick headache.' Grang e
Liver Regulator did her more goo
than all the medicine she had take:
before.--Pea rey Davis, Paclo, Ala.'
I never expect to be without it ir
,:y home.--Jenie Usey, Gadsden, Ala
it is a great saver of doctors* bills
-Lonis N%. Kent, Honoraville, Ala.e
fTere is none better-Dr. T.AE4
Cothram,, Alexis, Ala. 4
All druggists sell Granger - Liv~ie
Rlegnlator-a.25c Try at
AFTER THE GRIPPE
Vinol Restored Her Strength
Canton, Miss.-"I am 75 yeaps old and
became very weak and feeble from the
effects of La Grippe, but Vinol has done
tie a world of good. It has cured my
cough, built up my strength so I feel
active and well again."-Mrs. LizziE
BALDWIN, Canton, Miss.
Vinol is a constitutional remedy
which aids digestion, enriches the
blood and creates strength. Un
equalled for chronic coughs, colds or
lronchitis. Your moneg back if It
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S. C.; also
at the leading drug stores in all South
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of the Pickens Oil
Mill Company will be held In the office
of the Company at Pickens, South
Carolina, on Friday, the 80th day of
March, 1917, at 2:00 o'clock p. m., at
which meeting the matter of liquidating,
winding up the affairs, and dissolving
the said Company, a corporation under
the laws of the State of SouthCarolina,
will be considered and voted on. Stock
holders may attend in person or be rep.
resented by proxy, but it is desired thai
all stockholders who can do so attend ir
person. This meeting is called in pur
suance of Sections 2812 and 2813 of th<
Code of Laws of South Carolina, Vol
une 1, 1912.
This February 24, 1917.
R. E. BRUCE,
W. F. MAULDIN, Pres. & Treas
..1. N1le"w.\A N SAN Al .CUlt\I(
Greenville, S. C. I'Ickens, s. C.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Court
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
Porter's Prassing Clut
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered whe1
promised and the work is done by al
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaninj
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $
suit . Special attention given to ladieE
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
t Telephone No.38
- Covington Hill Cotton an
Corn Planter is the best plante
on the market. We have
f sample planter at our store an
1 all who expect to buy this sprin
should not fail to see it. Plac
your order early so we may hav
it filled in time. We do no
i keep them in stock, but orde
Sthem ouit as bought. Picken
Hardware & Grocery Co.
On a few staples, such asSnigai
Coffee, Lard, Flour and Feed
I Will make special prices on th
-above till January 1.
Car~ Cotton Seedl Meal, car. c
Shorts, car of Feed Oats, car c
Sweet Feed and1 a ca' of Ha~y
amI anmother car of Salt on thi
e way. Come in arnd see if w
5 have got what you want, or ca
s Phone No. 36;.
SMorris & Company,
-Old Postoffice Building.
Phone No. 36(
Colds, LaGrippe, Rheumatism
A pleasant. but effective emulsion,
which rebuilds the tissues, revives the
system, adds strength and stimulates
the nervous system. Ithas absolutely
no ,alcohol, andl is in every sense a
$1.00 PER BOTTLE
Ask Your Druggist
Manufactured Solely By
Columbia. S. C. ?
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H. A. DURHAM
Four Suits Cleane
d I have opened a new Pr<
r the Barber Shop next dc
a and solicit a share of you
d hard to please, but
r I. also have for sale sc
S wagons, and two building
cheap and make terms e
I am still selling the mo
and paying the highest pr
SMy spring and summer
Sis the best and most compl
I have also added a nice
M and invite the ladies to cal
Just received another ca
are always right.
Bring me your country j
pound in trade for hame~
pound for butter, and the 1
SIt will pay you to see
~J. W. HE
An Ad. in The Sent
t hy invIte to our
n of Groceries
is a most important one today
in every household. Quality,
variety, price and delivery, all
have to be considered, and we
aim to meet all the require
mentsof the housewife by pro
viding the very best grade of
groceries in all lines and charg
ing the most reasonable prices
consistent with a fair profit.
We are prompt in our deliver
ies, as our present patrons
will assure you.
ware & Grocery
Pressing Club i
Prop., Pickens, S. C.
: and Pressed For $I
3ssing Club in connection with
or to the Keowee Pharmacy,
r patronage. I not only strive
me good horses, mules and
lots in Easley. Will sell these+
asy. See me at the Bar ber
H. A. DURHAM.
to Get Most i
t goods for the least money
ce for country produce ot all
oods are hero and the stoc'k n
ete I have ever shown.
line of ladies' hats to my stock
l and inspect them. Can save
e load of furniture, and1 prices
roduce. I am paying 21c a
,12e a pound for hens, 25c a
iighest market price for all n
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