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t, ROLL 5iX MILE SCHOQL.
t- grade Mattie Marek, Eula:
dvanced first grade: - Gertrude
limon, Paul Willimon.
econd grade: Flossie. Duncan,
fl Willimon, Wayne Garrett, Le
Parrott, Luther Willimon, Mae
'hird grade: Glim Childs, Ester
s, Lloyd Bruckey, Charlie
key, Furman Stewart, Inola
imon, Frank Roper, Ollie Steph
'ourth grade: Corrie Belle Alex
er, Lola Mae Moore, Geneva
wart, Cecil Kelly, Annie Steph
ifth -grade: Dennis Garrett,
orge Childs, Carlyle Parrott, Rosa
Sixth grade: Mickler Lusk, Er
t Garrett, Claude Evans.
.venth grade: Myrtle Moore,
Teachers: J. Mace Holliday, Pau
Fine one and two-strap Puiips
irn sole and covered full Loui
7.50 AND $10.00
Mail Orcders F4illed Promptly.
calf brogue ox.
Ated below. All
- 't has a regulai
-will like them
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ED. BOWA" N-LE QD'SO ICIOR
GiE1NYILLE CQUNTY COURT.
William E. Bowen, one of the
popular younger members of the local
bar, was elected solicitor of the
County Court on the second ballot,
at a meeting of the county delega
tion held at 11 o'clock this morning.'
Mr. Bowen Is a member of the law
firm. of Bowen and Bryson, with of -
fices in the Palmetto buIliding. lIe
was a candidate for 'the office of cir-.
cuit solicitor In the primary held
last summer, but was defeated. 14
Mr. Bowen, ivho is 28 -years of age,
is the son of. Reese Bowen, a prom i-,'
nent farmer of Pickens county, and
was graduated from Furman Univer
sity several years ago with the de
gree of Bachelor of Arts, and later
graduated in law from the University
of South Carolina, being admitted to
the bai' in Greenville county in 1919.
He is a veteran of the World War,
having served in the navy. He is un
$10 and $12
lack Satin One-Strap
One strap with two buttons. Turn
le and covered full Louis heels.
is is a fine Brooklyn-made slipper,
lish and up-to-date. You can get
ur size if you shop at once.
Black kid Military heel oxfords
th welt sole and cap toe. All sizes
stock. Special price
. ANkMER Sere
* . )
TWO MEN CAUGHT WITH WHIS.
While looking. after things in the
Table Rock 'cove Sunday, Rural Po.
liceman. LaBoon and Chapman and
Revenue Officer Jake and Reuben
Gosnell arrested Wester Hendricks
aind Alfred Moody with about two
gallons of whiskey. The officers
state that the men succeeded in
pouring out some whiskey before
hey were caught.
The only statement that the newly
lected solicitor would make today
vas that he appreciated the honor
hat had been conferred upon him by
he delegation, and that he would en
leavor at all times to do his duty
vithout fear or favor, and to the best
f his ability. Mr. Bowen said that
he did not know when the first crimi
mal term of the County Court will be
held, as if, will depend upon the wish
es of Judge Ansel and upon when
Mr. Bowen receives his commission
from the governor.
The strap buckles. Turn soles
id covered full Louis heels. All
ees in stock.
97.50 AND $10.00
Military ,Jde lace oxfords, a pie
ired below. All sizes in stock.
his isni beautiful shade of brown,
nf.-n great demand. Just receiv
[from the factory. Every woman
beds a pai
on sale at
Not to be
stock to b
DON'T LET THIS(
To out ol
we will i
VISIT THIS GREA
HOW TO FICUf YOUR INCOME
A friend of ours who lost his mind
studying the income tax law, writes
as follows from the State. Lunatic
"I" desire to say that there need be
no trouble in figuring your income
tax if you adhere to the following:
Jn the first place it must be work
ed' out by algebra, astronomy, trig
onometry and syntax.
If -you} income is $2,400 a year
atid yonIflaye a diamond ring and an
aut do 'n~ are married to a
g J~'~ girl, 26 years old, you
istite r'nount of your income, add
y,9u1 personal property, subtract your
str~eet numnber, multiply by your
height and your wfie's height and
divide' by your telephone number.
*If you 'carry your minus, separ
atedl by your plus, to schedule G, on
the tenth line of which you wvill sub
tract the multiple, which you will
put on line X, schedule K, entering
in column A.
If you have a child in the family,
subtract $200 from your income, add
the amount of your personal prop
t, multiply by your waist measure
'atraet the size of your coil r, add
~t~child's age,, multiply by the
pihount you have given the church
during the year and divide by the
number of your automobile license
After you have it all figured out
you won't have to pay income .tax
of any sort-for they will have you
all over at thq county hospital and
G. C. CHRISTOPHER
- Practice in all Court.
Office over Packen. Bank.
M. C. SMiTH,
r + '777 F ~!
st merchandise sale in the history of the state
with a rush.
w'S QUALITY SHOP, GREENVILLE, S. C.
eir entire stock of fine Ladies Ready-to-Wea
A HISTORY MAKING
classed with so-called "reduction" or "clear
s, but a monster merchandise event of such
s as to create excitement throughout the
ig sacrifice in all parts of the store, in every
nt-LADIES SUITS, COATS, WAISTS,
, HOSIERY, CORSETS, UNDERWEAR
gP in fine appareling for women--a $75,000
e sold now at UN-HEARD-OF SALE PRICES
that inl many instances are LESS THAN
3T OF MANUFACTURE TODAY.
town customers coming from a distance, we
car fare both ways, subject to a small pur
5.00 or move), or if you drive in by machine,
llow you a gallon of gasoline for every 1.0
travel from your home.
T SALE AT OUR EXPENSE.
Ar's Qiuality- Shop
- Sou.th Carolina.
Send Us Your Job Printing
I am still doing business at
the same old stand and my sale
a will continue till Feb. 15.
D I am paying 20c per pound
for hens, SOc per poundpg to 75c
each for fryers, 12 1-2dper Pound'n -
for old roosters, Greenville mar
ket for eggs.
E3J. w. HENDRICKS.
From 300 to|
Agent, Pickens, S. C..