Newspaper Page Text
My Spring goods are arriving daily.
hey were bought on the low mharket.
Come get your choice before they are pick
We have a nice line of Ladies' Hats.
A fresh line of Ladies' Dress Goods,
and I am opening up-a new line of Men's
i Clofhing, bought on the low market.
You will find most any kind of goods
you wanrt here.
Bring me your chickens, eggs and
hams. I will pay 30c per dozes for eggs
up to Easter. I always pay Greenville
market for produce.
Ydurs for trade,
J. W. HENDRICKS.
Dr. Glymph, of Anderson, S. C.,
The Old Reliable
. Will be
Over Keowee Pharmacy, Pickens, S. C.
ONE DAY ONLY, Thursday, March 31st.
Hunter's Pharmacy, Liberty, S. C.
* ONE DAY ONLY, Friday, April 1st.
Now is the time to look after the school
*children's eyes and have them in good
condition for their studies during the sum
Examination Free-Satisfaction Guaran
STHE ALASKA ICE CREAM FREEZER
is the best on the market. We have the ex
clusive sale for them in Easley.
EASLEY HARDWARE CO.
Watch next week's paper to see who
got the Free Freezer in 'the saw teeth
$I..et us furnish your Base Ball supplies
for we sure have the goods. Come in and
Twenty Free Scholarships for Women.
c Standard Entrance Requirements.
Apply at once to
4' President of Erskine
Due West, S. C.
DEATH OF MARGARET ALO SEA
On lebruary 25th the death ange
visite.d the home of Mlr. and Mrs. E
1F. Seaborn and claimed l'or its victin
little Alo. She was a bright littlk
child, only being forty-six days old,
her little body was laid to rest in the
little family plot near their home.
Mr. E. F. Seaborn is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Seaborn, near
Praters Creek church.
We wish to extend to them our
heartfelt sympathy. May God bless
and ever keep n ,r them.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our many friends
Fud also Dr. Porter for their kind
ness shown us during ti-e sickness
ad death of our little daughter,
Margaret Alo. May God's richest
alessings rest upon them.
Mr. E. F. Seaborn and family.
CLEMSON TIGERS BASEBALL
March 25, U. of Ga., at Clemson.
March 26, U. of Ga., at Clemson.
March 31, Oglethorpe, in Atlanta.
April 1, Ga. Tech, in Atlanta.
April 2, Ga. Tech, in Atlanta.
April 6, Erskine, at Clemson.
April 8, Auburn, at Auburn.
April 9, Auburn, at. Auburn.
April 11, Camp Benning, at Co.
April 13, Furman, at Clemson.
April 15, Newberry, at Greenwood,
April 16, Camp Benning, at Clem
April 20, Furman, at Greenville.
April 21, Wake Forest, at Clem.
April 26, Davidson, at Clemson.
April 27, Presbyterian College, al
May 4, N. C. State, at Clemson.
May 5, Carolina, at Clemson.
May 6, Wofford, at Spartanburg.
May 7, Presbyterian College, ai
May 11, Erskine, at Due West.
May 12, Newberry, at Newberry.
May 13, Carolina, at Columbia.
May 14, Carolina, at Columbia.
tobacco makes 50
6od cigarettes for
OFFICERS SAY THEY FOUNDJ
MANURE USED IN MOON
Winston-Salem, March 1 5.-Reve.
nue oflicers C. F. Dunnagan andl .
E. Shugart announced that they nc
longer' have any doubts as to blook
adlers using horse manure in the
manufacture oif whiskey. 'The of
fleers made(1 a raid in Yadkin county
one night this week and locateda
plant in full operation though the
owners disappeared whe~n they heard
the intruders coming. The plani
was found about three miles frow
Yadkinville and after shutting dlowr
the machinery, the officers made an
investigation, which revealed a sack
of fine horse manure. inspecting
tihe mash on hand, it was found te
contain sonme of the manure, which,
the revenue men say is used by moon
shiners to give the whiskey an aged
The public is cordially invitcd tc
attend a box supper at Concrct<
school1 house Friday evening, Marecl
20th, at eight o'clock. Given for th(
btenefit of school library.
Marriedl at the home of the oflici
iating minister, Rev. B. G. Field,. Mr
Gleo. Hughes, of Greenville, to Mis
Matt ie Cooper, daughter of Mr. Isaa<
Cooper, formerly of Easley.
"I W. M. U. PROGRAM.
The third quarterly meeting 0i
I division No. 2, W. M. U., Piedmoni
. Association, will be held Saturday
Apr'l 2nd at Refuge Baptist church.
'The rogram is as follows:
1 0 :3 a. n.---Devotional service
Mlrs. L. Rt. Owens.
Welcome-Mrs. H. W. Gillespie.
Response-Mrs. D. P. Kelley.
Reading of minutes of last meet
]oll call of societies. Enrollment
of delegates. Report. Song.
Talk, "Womans part in the 75 Mil
lion Campaign. Rev. J. E. Craw
"Talk, "What your money is do
ing"--Miss Mae Vogal.
Devotional service--11 rs. T. B.
Reports of Y. W. A's., G, A's., H.
A's. and Sunbeams.
Need of Personal Service--Miss
Reading, "A Dangerous Program
and a Remedy-Mrs. W. C. Maddox.
Demonstration by Central Sun.
Talk, "Redeeming our Pledges"
Mrs. W. C. O'Dell.
No church in this division musi
fail to be represented. Every asso,
ciation officer, society president ant
leader of other organizations is urg,
ed to attend and bring as many
workers as possible.
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Methodist church met witI
Mrs. E. O. Mauldin Monday after
noon. 'The- subject was "Tenantry
in Rural Community" which wa:
very interestingly discussed. The so
ciety is now taking, up the study of
"'The Bible and Missions," their mis
sion study book for spring, and wil
mneet with Mrs. A. L. Johnson or
Monday, May 16th, to spend the day
discussing, this interesting book. lm
mediately after the program of thi
missionary society the Ladies Aid So
ciety was called to order by the presi,
dent, Mrs. E. D. Mauldin. During
'the social hour of the afternoon Mrs
Mauldin served a delicious sweel
The Vonan's Missionary Society
of the First. Baptist church met a
the church Monday afternoon for the
regular monthly meeting. Christiai
Americanization was the subject o
!the program and Mrs. W. C. O'Del
and Mrs. D. H. Kennemur read inter
esting popers. Mrs. L. D. Gist, stat
worlg, , who is now at Woodsid
Imill, ,geenville, . as. present an
told..of...her work which was enjoye
by .the large number of ladies -pres
ent. -Mrs. R. L. Welborn; Mrs. E. F
Ca nttill and Mrs. J.. C. Smith: wer,
-rappoirited delegates to the quarterli
'meeting -which meets -at Ref uge
ehnirch Saturday, April 2nd.
Misses Marie and Helen Ball, ol
Greer, were the guests of their sis.
t'er, Mrs. Carl Welborn, last week.
Mr. and Mr's. .Marshall Parsonx
and little son, Marshall, Jr., of Birm
ingham, Ala., visited the for'mer's
sister, Mrs. H. T. Keenan, last week,
.Ml's. Pollock, Mrs. L. D. Gist and
Mr's. Mullinax, of Greenville, weri
'the guests of M\rs. McKitrick at the
l!xrown House Monday.
Miss Ressie Boggs had as her guesi
the last week-end Miss Carrie Mason
Mr's. J. B3. Kelley andI little daugh
ter', Mae Bes.s, of Seneca, v'isited hei
mother, Mr's. Susie Par'sons, lasi
Re~. W. B. Justus, of Greenville
visitedl his (daughter, Miss Ruth Jus
tus, last week.
1Dr. C. W. Smith, wvho has beer
sick for' several weeks, is now at the
hospital at Camp Sevier for' treat
ment and his friends ,are deClightet
to learn that he is improving.
NOTES FROM W. 0. W. CONVEN.
The follow ing delegat~spff'9m the
varipus camps of this section attendl
ed1 the convention of the .Hecad. Camp
IW .0. W., which was held in Flor.
once, S. C., last week: J1. M. Leagu(
andl S. 0. Capell, of Aspen Camp;
Tonm 0Owens and Ernlest Thompson, of
Hickory Camp; Frank Lesley, of
Glenwood; Mr'. Crenshawv, of Beulahi
Camp; Otis Morgan, of 'rhree and
Twenty Camp; A. M. Morris, of Kco
wee Camp; and J. E. lFowler, of Flat
Rock. Judge E. inm, of Grxeen-x
ville, was elected llead Adlvisor. D)r.
J. E. Allgood, of Liberty, was elected
chairman of the board of auditors,
and Rev. D). W. Hliott, of Easley, was
electedl a dlelegate to the Sovereign
Headl Camp which meets in New Yorki
City in ,July. Tlhe order is in fine
condlition and we' have inx this state
31,000 members. Mr'. M. W. Hobo,
of' Spar'tanburg, is also ax Sovereigr1
(delegate to the head cam p andl alsc
state manager for the or'der'. If any
c'amp needs any informanxtion writ(
Nice white stationery. Box 25c.
Bv maili 30c. K~onwon Pharmacy.
Notices inserted in this column at
tho rate of one cent a word for the
first insertion, half cent a word for
each subsequent insertion. Mini
mum for first in'sertion 25e.
Make something to eat. Garden
('?d--all kind,. Kvowee Pharmacy.
J. R. Martin J. H. Earle
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
MARTIN & EARLE
Practice in All Courts
Pickens Office in Court House.
Greenville Office opposite Postofilce,
J. J. McSwain Sam B. Craig
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
McSWAIN & CRAIG'
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Pickens Office Phone 39
We have 100 tons of nitrate of
soda on hand for sale for cash only.
Prices right. J. D. Holder & Son,
Pickens, S. C. 3t
C. L. DEAN
Surveyor and Civil' Engineer
Seneca, S. C.
Farm Loan Act Decided Constitu
tionai. Get a Government Loan.
Duroc stock bog for service at
lake Porter's, near Garrett's store,
on Pickens R. 2. 4t
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C.
FOR SALE-A few White Wyan
dotte chickens, $2.50 tv $3.00 each.
Mrs. W. T. McFall. 3t,
11-room house for rent in town of
Pickens. Apply to R. V. Garrett,
Pickens, R. 2. 2t
We have on hand 100 tons of Ni
trate of Soda for sale for cash only
or exchange for se-ed. Prices right.
11.1. U. Holder & Son, Pickens, S. C.
LOST OR STRAYED-One pale
e red Duroc shoat with a few spots on
e it. Weighs about 85 pounds. Gone
about a week. Return and got re
'ward. Jessie. Keith, Pickens R. 3,
on C. W. Wyatt's place.
FOUND-Sow shoat weighing
~about sixty pounds. Owner may get
same by calling for it and paying for
this notice. W. A. Bilenburg, ick
ens, R. . It
The Pickens Drug Company is giv
ing away a canary bird and cage to
their customers Saturday night at 8
o'clock. Every 25e purchase gives
~you a chance to win it.
Renew your health
by purifying your
Quic and delightful re.
lief for biliousness, colds,
and stomaci, liver and
The genuine are sold
only in 35c packages.
FOR SALE-Thoroughbred Rhode
Island Red Eggs, $2 per setting.
Mrs. J. D. Yongue, Pickens, S. C.
If you are a lover of a good cigar,
go to the Pickens Drug Company and
look their stock over and buy the best
the markets afford.
ISave your old straw hat. Colorite
25c. By mail 30c. Keowee Pharm
The Pickens towvnship singing con-.
vention will meet at the Pickens Mill
church the fourth Sunday in March
at two o'clock. We havec the prom-i
ises of some goo'd singers. Let;
everybodIy come and make this one.
of the best of all.
W. lt Lewiec.o
NOTICE OF ELECTION FOR THE
CITY OF PICIRENS.
At a regular njeeting of the (*!
Council held on the 21st day of Feb.
ruary .. D., 1521, ain election w
ordered to be held in said City on
12th day of April, 1921, pols
op. n .at 8 a. in. and close at 4'p.
At this eetion the Mayor and
ilderme are to be elected, also o
Commissioner of Public Works to
take the place of Mr. W. E. Findlvq
whose term expires on the above
It. will be necessary to secure cmy
registration certificate from W. C.
Matheny, City Clerk, on or befen&
Saturday, April 2, 1921. The ci'y
registration certificate can be receiv
ed from Mr. Matheny at his office ,in
the court house any day friom the
notice until Saturday, April 2.
All persons who reside within tan
incorporate limits of the City- #
Pickens, S. C., and hold registra
certificates from the County Bd
of Registration are entitled to a cif
registration certificate from W. I
Matheny, Clerk of the City Ceune.
This the 21st day of Februarp.
Sam B. Craig, Mayor.
W. L. Matheney,
Clerk for City of Pickens.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By O. S'. Stewart, ex officio Probaie
Whereas, A. S, Lesley made sui'
to me to grant him Letters of At.
ministration of the Estate and effec-a
of Mattie Lesley.
These are, therefore, to cite a4.
admonish all and singular the Kin.
dred and Creditors of the said Ma1
tie Lesley, deceased, that h boy be awd
appear before me, in this Court uf
Probate, to be held at Pickens, S. C.,
on March 25, 1921, after publicatiotr.
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoom.
to show cause, if any they have, wbyp
the said Administration should not he
Given under my hand this 4th day
of March, Anno Domini, 1921.
O. S. Stewart,
Ex Officio Probate Judge.
GET BUSY. Keep busy. Is your
job unsafe? Is it permanent? You
want a life-long business. - You car.
get into such a business selling more
than 137 Watkins Products direct b'
farmers if you own auto or team 9
can get one; if you are under 50 anc.
can give bond with personal sure
ties. We back you with big selline
helps. 62 years in business, 20,
000,000 users of our products.
Write for information where you cac.
get territory. J. Rt. Watkins Co.,
D~epartmnent C, Winona, Minn.
White and Post Oak
ties in large quiantities.
Write us how many
you can cut.
COOK & CO.
Greenville, S. C.
THE INVISIBLE pIFOCAgg
C. Loyd McCrary is
pleased to report a good
day's work in fitting
glasses Friday, March
18th, at Benson's store,
Pickens. He will come'
again Fridiay, March
25th, and invites the
public to call and tell its
optical throubles to him.
Do not delay! Your
eyes are precious.
THE INVISIBL.E BWVOCALS
FOR SALE-Six-room house Ic
Pickens. Front porch, side porch,
back porch. Close in. Apply to B.
Giet our figures on paint and oil';
before dloing your painting. Prices
are grately reduced and we give you
the benefit of these declines. Pick.
ens Drug Co.
NOTICll--est prices paid for
eggs and chickens and farm produce.
Write Mr. French, Box 348, Green
ville, S. C., or conme to see me at'
Cyclone Traffic Routes office in tho
Miller B~uildling, Greenville, - S. C.
Phone 1 34'7-W. .3t