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Specials This Week At Bolt's 0
We are probably howing the most complete line of piece
goods of any store in Pickens conty, W"e have all the new things n
in Silks, Pongees, Crepes, Canton Crepes, 'olid Organidies, plaim~
and fiured V~ls.; These are a" n s oo*, bought this spring, e
and the pricei5en i so m ;iuch ow. .; e. ast year, you will be
surriedha" 40-inch deu be*, l~es O~ rgam~ies
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EI L. Bolt &CO.
Phone No. 58. (The Store That's Always Busy)
EASLEY, S. C.
Agent for McCall and Pictorial Review Patterns.
Some timely suggestions from our wonderfully complete stock
of seasonable merchandise.
I In town come from Benson's. If it's
- - for tailoredl or sport wear, or to com
p~ llete the fluffiest of summer cos
tumes, the hat you want is here.
Which are perfect in design and
finish-<in all wanted materials,
shades and combinations.
Our line of Spring Suits is still _ _ _ _ _ _ _
complete and you are sure to find
the suit you need. WVe will be glad
to show you.
You Can Not do Better Than-to Buy
For Men and Boys.
Fits better, looks better and wears
longer than any clothes you can buy for
The time is at hand when you must con
sider the change of your high cut shoes to .
the comfortable Oxford of' 1921.
For Ladies and Girls.
For M~en and Boys.
We have left nothing undone to make every buyer a pleased
patron 'this season.
TL BENSQN & OPickea $
YICE OF ELECTION FOR THE
CITY OF PICKENS.
At a regular meeting of the City
>uncil held on the 21st dlay of Feb.
ary A. D., 1921, an cl2etion was
dered to be held in said City on the
th day of April, 1 92) , polls to
en at 8 a. m. and clote at 4t p. I..
this election the ilayer and six
iernen are to be elected. also one
immist!:sioner of Publie \"\''irk to
-e tie place of Nilr. \. !:. 1'li lle.V:
term -Xniires on the above'
11 wiT 1-t be ne :'.ssary to .-eer e it.
- i l ti kett t r1 9 . . .
I 2. 1921. T :.
.i . rt ifica te enn be9' r ' -
, ' :"i 'aten y t hi a ub e i
99: w\ reih- w~ithin the
Sit- of tht l' t}' 11f
tratio)n a1re entitled to. a city
t . it ion certtifiesIte f runm W . 1).
'ny, ("le : tif' the (!t ('ouncil.
Tlhi:s the 21: lt day f l''ebruary.
S-uIn ti. ('r;i :. .\lyr.
W\\. l.. ~\latheney,
NOTIC: TO D',:a 5 AND CR D
t,! 9~. 99 ' ii .
11* li t l r . :1I l t' t t9
.l all p9, m.s h.'lehte t .aid
lt! te in t make~ pam0 nent t'n or l
for'e t11e abo19v9e dlate to
i A. A. lexantler,
4It49 Rt. F. D., Central, S.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRI
All persons holding claims aga
the estate of the( late Jlames F. E1
dricks must present the same, 1'
proven, onl or before the 1 5th das
mi May, 1921, or he0 debarredl paymi
Iandl all perisonis inldebted to said
tate mui~st itaake payment on or
ifore the abovno date to
L. L. H1endricks, Executor,
4t Liberty, S.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND ClF
' E ,ITORS.
All persons holding claims ag;
the estate of the late N. E. St
land must present the same,
proven, on or before the 1st da
May, 1921, or be debarred payni
and all persons indebted to sai<
tate must make payment on o1
fore the above date to the u:
Mrs. Corrie Strickland,
4t Central, S.
THOMAS CHARLES HEMBR
Thomas Charles Hembree, th
tle eighteen-months-old son of
and Mrs. John Hembree, died
a three weeks illness, Marc
1921. He suffered during thi
ness, still he was as patient and
as a lamb, scarcely heard a cry
him. Charles was an affecti
child and loved by all that knev
We miss, oh, we miss him he:
low. But how happy we are to
that through the blood of our
Saviour we shall be with him ii
home over there.
Oh, not in anger, not in wrath
The Reaper came that day,
'Twas only an angel of love
Bore the flower away.
One wvho loved bi
SCHOOLS TO MEET.
On Friday, April 8th, the
schools, namely: Walker McT~h
Lebanon, Piercetown, Melton,
monds(1, Mt. Viewv, Airy Spring
Three-and-Twenty will meet
gret-to-gether meeting at '[hre
Tw enty school house.
We shall have a meetint: of
ers andl all trustees that can c
S We have several lnmes sug
for our association. We wvam
teachers to come prepared to
rules and regulations for such
We welcome all other schoo
wvould liko to come. We trl
11 birng w ~ell filled baskeot
Make Every Field Bog-Tig
Qood Fencing protects your live stock and growing crops.
After harvest you can pasture fields as desired. From year
to year you can rotate crops scientifically. In fact, good fence
ing is essential to modern, profitable farming.
Electrically Welded Farm 'encing
helps put farming on a business basis. It puts fields
entirely under your control, enabling you to farm
them most profitably.
There are heights and designs of "Pittsburgh Perfect" fencing
for every farm ptupose. It is a perfected fence of uniform
high cu:'lity, and every rod 4uaran teed. Theelcetrical weld
snakes it- a one-piece steel fabric of great strength and dura
bility. S. us for your fencing, barbed wire, staples, etc.
- Por Sale byr2'
Easley, S. C.
)1!- t.0 an " .5 WP a H! . 3Z' MIA >j"ar . Ma .V . " &o a,~ )Ti. "+. Lr A .
GARRISON WYATT & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain and
"ul Easley, S. C.
"nt JUST RECEIVED
Car load of Nitrate of Soda.
ED. ingBig shipment of "Now Ready" self ris
E.Also" White Lily" and "Old Reliable"
Flour in plain.
rick- A better line of flour at lower prices
duly COuld hardly be found.
lea8- We sell for spot cash-that's the reason
be- we Can sell for less.
9-... iECome to see us.
EE. M GARRISON WYATT & CO. M
ehit- EEasley, S. C.
s jf. u i' ,I s E
one e- - -
. Special on Men's Hats
wm We are offering $5.00 Men's Hats, the
latest shapes and weights, in best quality
eight felts at only $3.50 while they last.
110yle, pie h
11am- Get our prcson tebest in fresh gr
in a 'i Cerles.
3BENNETT MERCANTILE CO t
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adopt EASLEY, S. C.
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