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'The examination for the award 0
fteant Scholarships in Winthrop Colleg
and for the admission of new student
will be held at the County Court .Ious
On FRIDAY, JULY 6, at 9 A. U. Appli
eabts must not be less than sixteel
years of age. When Scholarships ar
vecant after July 6 they will be awarde
to those making the highest average a
this- examination, provided they. mee
the conditions governing the award
Applicants for scholarships 'hould wgit
to President Johnson for scholarship ex
amination blanks. These blanks, prop
-erly filled out by the applicant, shoul4
be filed with President Johnson by July I
Scholarships are worth $100 and frei
tuition. The next session will opei
September 19, 1917. For further infor
moation and catalogue, address PRESI
DENT D. B. JoHNSoN, Rock Hill, S.C. (.
Putnam and Diamond Dyes. Keowe(
Dr. T. E. Cothram i. a well-knowl
harmacist of Alexis, Ala. And whe:
gets bilious or needs a purgatih
medicine, what do you, suppose 11
does? Out of his whole big stock (
liver medicine he selects and use,
Granger Liver Regulator. Ho say
"There is none better." That's1
pretty strong endorsement, don't yo
think, from a man who knows a
about the merits of the different medi
eines on the market? Granger Live
Regulator is purely vegetable, doe
not gripe nor firritate the delicate lir
ig of the stomach and bowels an
always gives quick and pleasant r<
ults. It is the best system purifie
known. Your druggist can suppl
you-26c for large box. Accept n
Ids, LaGrippe, Rheumatism
A pleasant but effective emulsion,
which rebuilds the tissues, revives the
syatem, adds strength and stimulates
the nervous system. It has absolutely
o alcohol, and is in every sense a
$1.00 PER BOTTLE
Ask Your Druggin
Manufactured Solely By
Columbia, S. C.
United Confederate V
From Special Tlrai1
Lv Greenwood, S. C., 4.15 p. m.
Lv A bbeville. S. 0., 3.45 p. mn.,
Ly Hodges, S. 0., 4.34 p. mn.,
Lv Donakds, S. 0., 4.52 p. mn.,
Lv Belton, S. 0., 5.25 p. mn.,
Lv Anderson, S. 0., 4.43 p. mn.,
Lv Westminster, S.C., 4.60 p.m.
Ly Seneca, S. 0., 5.13 p. mn.,
Lv Greenville, 5. 0., 6.45 p. mn.
Lv Spartanburg,S. 0., 8.00 p.m.
ArWashington, D.C.,10.40 a.m.,
The above Special Train w
Pullman cars, also day coac
Orcenville and Spartanburg.
this train to serve breakfast b
In addition to the aboye S
above rates for all trains Jun(
returning June 21, or upon pa'
an extension may 1)0 secured u
For detailed information c
temn Agent. See large flyer.
Oined 1 Pounds By Taking VinoI
Norfolk, Va.-"I suffered from ner
vousness, had no appetite and was very
thin. Nothing I tooK seemed to help me
until one day a friend told me -about
D Vinol. I have now taken six bottles and
s have gained fifteen pounds; have a good
, appetite and can eat anything."-MAT
Tw DEmNINo, Norfolk, Va.
Vinol is a constitutional remedy
1 with its formula on every bottle. It
a creates an appetite, aide digestion and
I makes pure, healthy blood. Try it on
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, also
at the leading drug stores in all
South Carolina towns.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Wiereas, C. C. Cantrell made suit to
i me to grant him letters of administra
tion of the estate and effects of D. W.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad.
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of.the said D.W. Cantrell, Jr.,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Pickens, S. C., on the 24th day
of May, 1917, 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 7th
day of May, Anno Domini, 1917.
.J. B. NEwnERY, (Seal)
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newberry,
Esq,, Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 7th day of June, 1917, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the estate of James Green, de
ceased, and obtain discharge as admin
istrator of said estate.
EDWARD F. HENDRICKS,
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq., Judge of Prnbate for Pickens
county, in the state ,f South Carolina,
on the 2d day of June, 1917, at 11
o'clock in the forer . .i, or as soon there
after as said al. p]. tion can be heard,
for leave to makel inal settlement of
the estate of Mi.:. Emily Rogers,
deceased, and obtt.m: discharge as ad
ministrator of said '.state.
W. L. MAULDIN,
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims against the
estate of the late W. A. Watkins must
present the same, duly proven, on
or before the 10th day of June, 1917,
or be debarred payment; and all per
sons indebted to said estate must make
payment on or before the above date to
MRs. W. A. WATKINS,
H. L. WATKINS,
The Confederate soldiers and widows
of Pickens county who draw a pensioi
from the appropriation from the county
are requested to call on the clerk of
county commissioners, at Folger, Thorn
ley & Co. 's store, and get their cheekl
for this year, 1917.
B. C. JOHNSON,
Chairman Pension Board.
Y, S. C. $10.90
;ton, D; C.
eterans, June 4-8, 1917
i Schedule Return Fares
June1 4 ...................... 11.15
June 4....................... 10.85
June 4....................... 10.85
June 4....................... 10.85
June 4...... .............. 11.35
June ........................ 11.65
, June4....................... 10.65
June 4....................... 10.00
tIl consist of Standard and Tlourist
he- from Green wood, Anderson,
Also, Dining (Jar will be placed on
afore reaching Washington, D). (C
pecial Train, tickets wvill be sold am
2 to 7, inclusive, wvith final limi
imenOlt of 50 cents at Washingtoi
nrtil July 6.
all on any Souther~n Railway~ Sys
R. C. C'OTNFlR T. P. A.
Spartanburg, S. (C.
18S GONDOLA HENSTEF
was smiled at by a bacheloi
near Bounding Billows one
day last week, and she is plan
ning to pass there again soon.
Atlas Peck believes there is a
ne opening for some good, en
ergetic English sparrows to build
a nest at his home since the
chimn y has got to leaning awav
A1ilab Hancock, who dropped
om -sight some time ago, when
he married a widow near Bound
ing Billows, has regained his
self control and is again coming
into vublic view.
\ 1taz Barlow is in receipt of a
lter that was forwarded to him
from Tickville without extra
1!ogwallow is improving in
&dite of the European war, Tobe
Moseley having built aalf shed
Luke Mathewsla, who has
-been in the feather business for
several years, will discontinue
that line this season and engage
in some heavier work.
The kinks are being taken but
of.-the road leading from Hog
dvallow to Tickville since the
quart-a-month likker law we'?nt
Raz.Barlow spent one d'ay last
e(in Tickville and took din
i er at a restaurant where a
square meal was served. The
proprietor advertised all a person
could eat for 25 cents, but after
Raz left he took down the sign.
Poke Eazley and his wife have
eien having trouble again. She
ot the best of it. as it is her
Th re is some talk of another
store eing starten at Rye Straw.
The rto)ekeeper, who has been
oper Wia there for several years,
is not in favor of it, as he needs
all the business himself.
The Blind Man of the Calf
Ribsneighborhood will take his
fiddlb -alid go to Tickville next
Morfday. The last time he went
business was dull, as he got only
three plugged nickels.
There s9ems to be considerable
unasipes among the publi<
hetptf late, as two strangern
p sed through Hogwallow this
The directors of the Tickvill
raili ad a l'e going to call a meet
ing Lo vote bonds for the e xten
siomicf their road about ten feet
at theickville terminus.
While business wvas dull this
week the proprietor of the store
at Rye Straw figured it out that
there is not much money in run
ning a store unless there is a
profit made on nearly es erything
~1~In t Ridae is some taller
cv summer on account of
Je erson Potlocks' corn crop.
It was believed for awhile last
week that Little Fiddity Flin
ders had been bitten by a mad
dog, but it later developed that
he had been eating soap.
Eigh t years ago this spring the
Hogwallow Improvement Asso
ciation appointed Atlas Peck a
committee to investigate and ire
port on whether or not the school
house needed repairs; and aftet'
a thorough and lengthy c~onsidl
oration, coupled with a determ
ined investigation, he is nowv
about ready to report at the as
sociation's next meeting. Each
year since he was appointed he
has worked diligently on the jol:
of investigation by tireless ob
servation, and the public has
such confidence in his ability that
they are sure to abide by his
recommendations, w h a t e y e
they may be. While Mr. Pcck
will not give out the full text of
his report, he having not quitt
completed it in all of its ther
ough detail, It is reported thai
he will recommend that whiki
there are no repairs especiall)
needed at the outset of his ap
pointment eight years ago, com)
plications have since ariser
which will necessitate certait
improvement at no distant (day
Therefore he will not (10 liki
some committes and ask for fuiir
thor time on the matter, as wva
predicted. Mr. Peck has ti
hearty co-operation of' the com
muinity at large, andl is to bI
commnenided upon his deilherat.
Local and Personal
Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Wiggins.of Co.
lumbia spent some time in Pickens last
week as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Hendricks. Mr. Wiggins was formerly
pastor of the Methodist church here,
and both have many friends here who
were delighted to see them.
According to instructions received by
him, Chief of Police Nealey has been
appointed building inspector of Pickens.
It will now be necessary for all persons
in town to get a permit before begin
ning work on a building of any kind or
making repairs on any building.
As the third of Juno will come on
Sunday this year, the usual basket pic
nic given by the U. D. C. to the old sol
diers will be at the court house on Sat
urday, June 2. A good speaker is
promised and a large crowd is expected.
A full program will be given later.
Among those from Pickens county
who are attending the officers' training
camp at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., are Prof.
Andrew Bramlett of 'Clemson College,
11. Rt. Chapman and J. W. Hunter of
Liberty. W. B. Johnson and Paul B.
Robinsoi of Easley, W. C. Hodges of
Presiding El-der Turnipseed will preach
at the Pickens Methodist church next
Sunday morning at 11.15 and will hold
the second quarterly conference imme
diately after preaching service. The
presiding elder will also preach at Beth
lehem church next Saturday morning
and Sunday afternoon.
The Glenwood mill baseball team de
feated the Pickens team on the Pickens
mill diamond last Saturday by a score
of 14 to 5. It was an off-day for the
home team, while the visitors seemed
to be going at top speed. Glenwood
has one of the best teams which has.
been to Pickens in several years.
Rev. John T. Mann in Pickens
Rev. John T. Mann, the blind evan
gelist, and wife will spend the month of
May in Pickens county and will fill the
Third Sunday--Mountain View, 11 a.
i.; Secona, 3 p. m.; First Baptist
church, Pickens, 8 p. m.
Fourth Sunday -- CrosslRoads, 11 a. n.;
Georges Creek. 3:30 p. i.; Glenwood,
8 p. m.
If for any reason the above appoint
ments do not suit the church and pastor,
please notify me at once so we can make
a change. Any other church not men
tioned in the above list which would like
to have a visit from Bro. Mann, if they
will write to me at once 1 will arrange
for hiri to make an appointment. Broth
er and Sister Mann are great workers in'
protracted meetings andlifl any of the
churches and pastors desire their help
in meetings, please write me at Easley,
or Dro. Mann at Belton, S. C.
.D. W. IIJoT-r.
Colored Songsters From Claflin
The famous C'laflin Glee Club of Or
angeburg, S. C , willj sing at the Pick
ens Chapel Methodist Episcopal church,
Friday, May 18, 1917, at 8 p. mn.
These songbirds have an extensive
reputation as musical.entertainers, hav
ing sung with renmarkable success in all
of the Southern states and many of the
To hear these gifted melody makers
is to be edified and thrilled. You who
wish this enchanting sensation, come.
The public is also cordially invited.
Special [seatsreservedlforlour white
Adults, 15e; children, 10c.
J1. C. GIBBES, Pastor of Church.
Following are the regular preaching
appointments of Rev. S. M. Jones, pas
tor in charge of Pickens circuit:
First Sunday-Porter's Chapel at 11.
o'clock; Mt. Tabor at 3.30.
Second Sunday---Bethel at 11 o'clock;'
Salem at 3 30.
Third Sunday -McKinney's Chapel at
Four th Sunday -Gadi I11l1 at 11 o'clock ;
Twelve Mile at 1. 30.
Rev. C. R. Anderson preaches at
Friendship every second Sunday at 11
o'clock and at New Hlopelevery fourth
Sunday at 11 o'clock.
CJome to P'ickens to do your
trading. Our mnerchants haye
the goods and they wvill treat
Lewis Stock Powder is medicine.'
Notice to Increase Capital Stock
Pursuant to a resolution passed at a
recent meeting of the Directors of the
Norris Cotton Mills Company, a meet
ing of the Stockholders of the Norris
Cotton Mills Company is hereby called
Ito'mneet at the Company's ofhece, Ca
teechee, S. C., at 10o'clock a. mn.,
May 31st, 1917, for the purpose of
voting u lon the proposition to increase
the Capital Stock of the Company from
Two liundred and~ Fifty Thousand
($250,000t. 00) D)ollars to Thrluee lluindred
andl Tlwelve T1housand lFive Iliundred
NOnnIS COTTON M.io,s Co.
FOR THE NEW SEASON
We know that everybody is glad to welcome
this lovely Springtime after such a seige of severe
Our shelves are full of nice, new goods
able for the season. Never before have w
better line of dry goods of every descr
show our trade than we now have. Our
as reasonable as such a grade of goods
die can be sold for. We handle no se
job lot, short end, chea or shoddy goo
emember, there is a difference.
We have also just received new sh
men s and boys' clothing that we are a
you to inspect when in the market for s K
Hat8 for men and boys. This is one ot ur pe
lines and we think if you can be suited in this sec- Z
tion of the country we can do it. So come to us
and let us show you our line. It will be a pleasure
for us to do ir.
We never get tired talking Furniture. We
have a line that we are not ashamed of and know 1
our quality and prices are ri ht. Whether you
want to buy now or later, we wil be glad"toghave
you call and see what we have.
CRAIG BROS CO.,IPickens
The Place to Get Most
I am still selling the most goods for the least money
and vaying the highest price for country produce ot all
My spring and suimmer goods are here and the stock
is the best and most complete I have ever shown.
I have also added a nice line of ladies' hats to my stock
U and invite the ladies to call and inspect them. Can save
SJust received another car load of furniturelandl prices
are always right. .
Bring me your country produce. 1 am paying 21e a
pound in trade for hanms, 12c a pound for' hens, '25c a
pound for butter, and the highest market price for all
)[ It will pay you to see
J. W. H END RICK$S
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Safe Seundi and PrgressIve
Weo solicit your banking business and will show you eyvr
courteey and convenience consistent with sound banking principle
Five per cent. interest paid on Savings D~eposits.
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, (Cashier.
PICKENS RAiLWAY COMPAN
llIME TABLE NO. 13, SUPERCEDING TIME TABLE NO.
IN EFFECTI MARCH 21, 1915.
No. I No.3: No. 5 Dis. stations. No.2 No. 4 No.
7.30 A.m 11.00 An m .55 P'.M~ Lv. 0 Pickens Ar 9.20 A.M 2.00 P. M4.10 1
7.35) " 11.05 " .00 1 Ferguson x 3.15 1.55 " 4.05
7.5 " 11.20 " 3.10 ~ " 6 Parsons x 8.05 "1.50 " 3.655
7.5 " 11.0 .15 "3i 7 Arialis x 8.556 1.45 " 3.45
8.00 "' 1.30 " p.20 "8 Mauldin x 8.50 - 1.32 " 3.40
8.5 lI1.25 "3.25 "lAr. 9.3 Easley Lv. ~8.45 6 3 3.35
No. I c~onnec'(ts wvith Southern Railway train Nos. 29 and l
N.: and 4 conneict with Souithernj Raihvay trains No. 3
12. .o. 5 and ( connect wit~h Southern 1ty. tramn No. 1
Expes hadled by the Pic~kens Itail road comnpanyv. For furt}
infornniaplv t o J. 'P', 'P'A ylAim. Supt., Pickens, 8, 7.
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