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IT SMITH took his pet owl
to Rye Straw Saturday af
ternoon, returning'that 'evo
ning as soon as It got dark
ienough for the owl to see how
- The Horse Doctor of the. Calf
!ibs neighborhood was serena
ded by the Excelsior Fiddling
Band last Monday. At first the
doctor thought somebody's horse
was sick, .
Jefferson Potlocks has been'
72ysteriously missing from home
for seyeral days, but is expected
back at any time, as he was last
seen going .in the direction ot
the moonshine still on Musket'
Ellick Hellwanger spent lastl
week as the guest of the 'Tick
ville Jailer. le would liked to
htave returned home sooner, but
was delayed on accouht of the
door being fastened from the
Yam Sims, who had some
pictures taken a short time ago,
has taken them back And asked
the, photographer to lower his
.;aiv about an inch.
Cricket Hicks says he kiows'
-he Tickville railroad makes a
Jat of money because it hauls
somebody nearly every time -it
mr.akes a run.
If the spring wea ther keeps on
advancing, the HoLgwallow Post
,*aaster hopes to be able in a few
days to move his horse collars
and Sidney Hocks to the front
TheOld Miser of MusketRidge"
who, a year or two ago, built a
-hed for his cow, has torn .it
down. as he says the cost of liv-!
ing is too high for exravagances.
The goveinnient evidently is
n. a thriving conditlon niv+
* judging from the appearance of
the Postmaster, who has a new
suit of clothes and another hat.
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The Southern Railway
Premier Carrier of the South
Arrival of Southern local trains for
Easley, S. C. In effect June 18, 1916.
No. 42-2.20 a.m. No. 43- 2.45 a.m
No. 86-5.45 a.m. No. 29- 8.23 a.m
No. 46--8.45 a.m. No. 39-12.05 p.m
No. 12-1.33 p.mr. No. 11- 3.38 p.m
No. 40-6.14 p.m. No. 45-- 9:55 p.m
No. 30-7.27 p.m.
N~o. 30 receives passengers for north
of Charlotte and discharge passengers
from south of Atlanta.
J. C. CAMP, Agent.
CHIGHESTER S PILLi
DIAMOND BRAND '
a.~ iop *~, for cr-enu~s.Tha BA
AOND JAND PIL in R ED RndjA
COLsD meta .i oxssale i.0 % iu's
~IhrA N llAN I I.,i f*o*.'enyive
SOILD By ALL DRUGGISTS
, R1E EVERYWHERE r1E"
Fletcher Henstep declares pub
licly that he has once more sev'
ered his relations with the Ex
celsior Fiddling Band and will
not hereafter be responsible for
any of the bad music or debts
they nay make.
A protracted meeting is fixing
to start at Bounding Billows and
Jolumbus Allsop is brushing up
his necktie,as lie always dresses
up when he joins the church
Fit Smith, who has had his
front porch stored away all win
ter, is dusting it off and will put
it up next week.
Atlas Peck came to Hogwal
low yesterday wearing two
heavy watch chains, and it was
at first feared he was in custody.
When the Excelsior Fiddling
B a n d attempted to serenade
Washington Hocks last Friday
night Mrs. Hocks asked that the
bass fiddle be omitted, as she
was afraid it would jar her sett
ting of eggs.
A jug was found buried near
BoundingBillowsMonday by the
Rural Police. A nobody has
been seen around there lately it
is believed that 1e jug did not
Tobe Moseley, who caught a
leep-seated cold when he went
bo sleep too near a knot hole at.
Dog Hill church last second
iunday, is convalescing.
Miss Rosvola Moseley, who has
EIeen singing by request at vari
.us social functions, will here
After not sing so much-by re
The Tin Peddler, who comes
bhru Hogwallow every week,
zot an order from Isaac Hell
wanger to put a new glass in
p of his pairs of specs. The
Mlfler' will have to have the
rder filled in Tickville, as there
Eire no extra window panes in
Pleasant Grove News
Crops are looking fine in this section
o be planted on the late order and the
cool spring we have had. The most
~orn and cane and peas have been plant
d that has ever been known for these
arts, and some are still planting peas.
"'his section was visited by heavy
ains and wind on June 9, but there was
iery little damage done to growing
We have a very good fruit crop this
eason and if nothing happens to the
ardens we will have a big vegetable
trop also, and we would be glad if sonme
ne wculd open up a cannery in this
ection so we could save all the surplus
rood. -Who will be the first 'one to get
good outfit for this purpose.
There were twenty- two registered at1
this place on June the 5. We do not
now at present whether any escaped
ore the right age or not.
Well, we do not have any idea the old
ien has escaped the high price of food
stuff this time.
W. L. Green, wvho moved to this
lace about 18 months ago from Foun
tan Inn, died at the home of his daugh-I
er at that place on the evening of May
6G, at 7 o'clock. Mr. Green was an old,
Confederate soldier and was about 76'
ears of age and was the father of 19
children. He was married twice, his
ast wife being a Miss Hopkins. He
vas buried the day following his death'
at his home church near Fork Shoals,
honored by the Odd Fellows lodge. Mr.
Green while living here among us m'ide
many friends and we regret very muta.
for his departure from among us, but
the best of friends have to part. lie
as one daughter living in this section
who is Mrs. W. R. Moody.
A little infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
ardry Harden died at this place on the
vening of June 15, its age being about
years. It will be buried at the fam
ily burying ground, Rev. J. E. Foster,
conducting the funeral service. Thi.9
ittle fellow had suffered about two
weeks from summer diarrhoea. The
writer extends heartfelt sympathy to
the bereaved ones. P. G. S.
Watermelon and Cantaloupe Seed at
,Good evening, Miss ickIeton," said
the young man to the girl who had just
been seated next him at. the buffet sup..
"Good evening, Mr. Bopps," rejoined
the girl, apparently in Immense sur
prise at seeing him.
"Naturilly," went 'on the young
man, "I regret making you uncomfort
able, if only for a short time, but I
could not very well object when the
hostess asked me to sit here. She, of
course, did not know-"
"Oh, don't apologize," murmured the
young woman. "It Is a matter of per
fect Indifference to me whether you are
here or ten miles distant. I trust you
realize that so far as I am concerned
you might just as .vell be somebody
else as yourself. -I am not in the
least annoyed by your'iresence."
"I am very glad of-tliatI" said the
young man. "I dislike inconveniencing
anyone. It is rather a shock to be
told that I don't Matter twopence, but
I suppose the shock is merely proof
of my egotism. You needn't talk
to me if you don't want to-I'll under
"And have everybody in the room no
ticing?" demanded the young woman
indign.mntly. "They would say that we
have been quarreling i"
"Well, haven't we?" Inquired the
young man. "Why shouldn't they no
tice it? I don't care !"
"That's because you are so abom
inably selfish !" flashed the yodhg
woman. "Just like a man I Do you
suppose I want everybody gossiping
about us and talking us over and
wondering which of us broke the en
"I'd be interested in knowing how
you are going to help it?" remarked the
young man. "I presume that some time
in our lives we'll each marry someone
else, and then it will be impossible to
keep the public from knowing that you
and I are no longer engaged."
"You are hateful !" said the young
woman. "And I must say that if you
have already fallen in love with some
other giUl I have my opinion of you!
I wouldn't have believed it even of
"It takes years to probe the depth of
a man's iniquity," the young man told
"Who is she?" asked the young wom
an, putting salad dressing on her Ice
"I' didn't mention anyone," the young
man said carelessly. "I'm going to ad
dress a few words to the girl on the
other side of me. She seems neglected."
. "YoU are going to answer my ques
tion,"ithe young woman told him, firm
ly. "You're here and you've got to take
the consequences. You let a remark slip
out by: accident and I have a right to
kndw what you -meant. At least-that
Is-well, I had a right so recently that
it extends to now ! You needn't think I
haven't seqn the way that hateful
Olivia has been working to get you
away from me, and you know you al
ways admiredher eyes. Ybou said that
next to mine hers were-"
"Really, what does it matter?'yasked
the young man. "I am nothing to you,
for you sal'd so yourself wvhen I first
sat down here, and I teel that I am
robbing the man on the other side of
you of his right to your attentions. Be
sides, I know It Is painful to you to
talk to a person you dislike as much
as you (10 me."
"I hope I know how. to be polite,"
said the young woman, "even to an
"I'm not your enemy," objected the
"WVell, from the way you acted the
other day." said the young woman, "I
had a rIght to think you just hated
"Not at all !" said the young man.
"You were doing all the hating."
"Why. George Bopps !" she cried.
"Laying it on me like that I You made
"Well, you certainly led me to
"I never dId !" she said. '!You are
"Really, Geraldine?" asked the
young muan, a bit huskily. "Didn't you
"And didn't you?" she queried. "Look
out-there are other people in the
"I don't care !" said tihe young man,
Soyously. "I'll hold your hand if I want
"George," she Bald tremulously, "I
I'll have to confess. I asked the host
ukis to seat us next each other I"
"I knew it," said the'young man.
"I heard you ask her."-hcgDay
News. -hcg al
Put one pint of berrles in a glass
dlishi. Sugar the fruit add a ,layer of
maacaroons and pour over all a b)oiled
custard( scaldilng hot. Whieni cold cover
the top wit the whites of the eggs
heaiteni with a little sugar. To make
the cumstar'd put one quart of milk into
double)1 holler. When hiot add( yolks of
five eggs. SMweeten to taste and cook
till as thick as Ihi cr'eami. Flavor
yvth orngre or vnnilla eracnt.
COLLEGE OF CHARLOS'ON
SOUTH CAROLINA'S OLDEST
133d BBGINS SEPTEMBER 28.
. Entrance examinations at all the
county seats Friday, July 13, at 9 a. m.
Four-year courses lead to the 13. A.
and B. . degreees. A two-year pre
medical course is given.
A free tuition scholarship is assigned
to each county of the State.
Spacious buildings and athletic grounds,
well equipped laboratories, unexcelled
Expenses moderate. For terms and
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
University of South Carolina
vhe examinations for the award of
vacnt ~hoarships in University. of
South Carlia an for admission of new
students will be held at the county court
house on FR IDA Y, J ULY 13, at 9 a. m.
Applicants must not be less than sixteen
years of age. When scholarships are
vacant after July 13 they will be award
ed to those making the highest average
at examination, provided they meet tie
conditions governing the award. Ap
licants for scholarships should write to
.President Currell for scholarship exam
ination blanks. These blanks, properly
filled out by the aplicant, shol be
filed with President Currell by July 6th.
Scholarships are worth $100, free tu
ition and fees; total, $158. The next
session will open September 19 1917.
For further information and catalogue,
address President W. S. Currell, Colum
bia, S. C.
County Bonds for Sale
By virtue of the authority of an Act
of the General Assembly of the State
of South Carolina, approved by the
governor on the 1st day of March. 1917,
for the purpose of road improvement,
we hereby offer for sale to the highest
responsible bidder two hundred and fif
ty thousand dollars ($250,000) of coupon
bonds of Pickens county, said State, to
mature twenty years after date and
bearing interest from date at not ex
ceeding five per cent per annum, to be
paid semi-ann ually at such place as may
be agreed upon. Bonds to be dated 2d
day of July, 1917. light reserved to
reject any and all bids.
Bids will be received up to noon, July
Bidders required to deposit certified
check of $5,000 as a guarantee of good
The County has no bonded or other
C. L. CURETON, Chairman,
Pickens. S. C.
i. F. LENHARlDT,
Easley, S. C.
J. F. BANNISTER,
Liberty, S. C.
9 PICKENS COUNTY, S C.
Notice To Debtors and Creditors
All persons having elaims against the
estate of W. H. Ashmore, deceased,
are hereby notified to present the same
to the undersigned on or by the 16th
day of July 1917, duly attested, and
all persons owing said estate% are
hereby requested to settle with
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newberv, Probate Judge:
Whereas, W. R. Davis made suit to
me to grant him letters of administra
tion of the estate and effects of Eliza J.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
mnonish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Eliza J. Davis,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Pickens, S. C., on the 23d day
of ,June, 1917, next after publication
hereof, at 10 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 11th
day of June, Anno Domini, 1917.
J1. B. NEWBERY, (Seal)
7 J. P. P.C.
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that we will
make application to J. B3. Newberry,
Esq1,, Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 2nd day of July, 1917, li
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 John T. Lewis, de
ceased, and obtain discharge as admin
:strators of said1 estate.
JESSE J. LEWIS,
FR ANK L EWIS,
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 clay 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,
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that we will
make application to J. 13. Newbety '
Esqi., Judge of P'robate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 28th dlay of June, 1917, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
after as said application can be heard,
for leave to) make final settlement of
the e'state of Fred Williams, deceased,
and obtain discharge as administratorEs
of said estate.
HIAII ION WILI IAMS
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I am still giving more goods for less money than any
Produce a specialty.
M Hfams, 26c per pound in trade,
Z Spring Fryers, 25c per pound.
M Hens, 12c per pound..
Eggs, 35c per dozen at present.
Our line of Furniture Is complete.
J. W. HENDRICKS
. PICKENS R4
Most everybody is familiar with the Irishman's
story. A merchant tol'd him that a curry comb
was half feed, and the "Irishman said "By faith,
I'll just take two and save the whole feed bill."
Never before can we remember when it was
more necessary to economize on feed than now.
Keep your stock in good health by feeding Black
man's Medicated Salt Brick. We have on hand a
large, fresh lot. No trouble to feed, just put brick
in trough and the trick is done.
We also carry International Stock Food in pack
ages or loose in pails. We have many customers
who will have nothing else for hogs.
Conkey's Poultry Tonic is a good, honest poultry
food, 25c per package.
We have on hand a lot of Flour Pots in different
sizes, also some home-made churns. Churns have
been real scarce the'tlast few months. Call and
inspect our line.
CR AIG BROS CO., Pickens
PICKENS RAiLWAY COMPANY
lIlME TABLE NO. 13, SUPERCEDING TIME TABLE NO- 12
IN EFFECT MARCH 21, 1915.
No. 1 No. 3 No.5 Dis. tto JN2 No4 o6
7.30 A.m I11.00 Am 2.55 P. M Lv. 0 Pcei r~2 . .0PM41 ~
7.35 "11.05 " 3.00 " 1Fegonx.1"155"40"
7.45 " 11.15 " 3.10 " 5 nsn .5 .0 " 35
7.50 " 11.20 " 3.15 "7 Arli c 85 " 1.5 " 34
8.00 " 11.30 " 3.20 "~ 8Madnx185 1.2"34
8.05 11.5 " .25 Ar. aronse x .0 " 1.33 " 3.55
x No agent.
No. 1 connects with Sou therni Railway train Nos. 29 and 42
Nos. 3 and 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 Raih'oad'company. For further
information apply to J. TP. TAYLOR, Supt., Pickens, 8, C.
BBOA M. MiscMIRvoUS MONK.