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WiN- WiLLAIMS PRODUCTS
Adding to Cnwt and .
Good Cheer of' the Hom.
i. Attractive, restful interior dcorati n: adJ nmiuc- to tl. ,
- I nt.it of your lonie; to its chectltiii. ;; to I' ea -:..t.
" - 1luot3ani-n;s color schemes for the wva awtvl . o 1 a'.;
Y loom::s eijoyabl: and sore liv.tble, and vener.dly pouet, the
S ;"the well being of the entire househol.
For pleasing combinations in wall dc:oration
l s the logical wall finish to use. A flat oil paint whih is en
on- during. wtrhes clean wthout sneaking, always freash a color
- 6 - Paine--d walls are unquestionably more s.anitary th.nm I
other tail dioratiun oc finish.
[For Iloors, Marnot Varnish. Floorte for the furniture. A
Shrrwin. illiatn products of highe uiu t; n J t :e'! n
--- ' You ti' b: iatew.ud ini the interior deugn L .- Rat-Ton
wi (tis!hc at ior store. p
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TiHE PICKE NS RAILROAD) COMPANY.
ScetlN.Scu-;d Schcdlulc No.. 18.__ ffe'tl 0 Fehr tas i th, 1921, 12:01 a. ini.
N.1 MIX } D tl ---STATIONS
7:00 o 12 m 1 ' L No. 3 No. 4
7:00 a m 12:05 0 m * . ens, S. C. Ar. 9:15 it 4:00 p ma
;)5,m 1 0 ~*I9:tO :at 3 :55 P t
7:.15.a m1 12:15 p m * 4 ru9:0 a n :3:50 p mn
7:20 2.m 12:20 p i * 5 . rsts 9:00 a m 3:45 pm
7:25 a i."" 1 :25 ' m * 7 Ari:l S:50 a n 3:35 p n
7:30 a mn .-:30 p I * 8 Maudi 8:50 a in 3:30 p n,
7:35 a in . > m 9.3 Ai. I;ASLEY, S. C. l. :4( a n 3:25 p m
*No ag - -. All tramsi daily except Sunday.
Trains N.. 1.' and 3 connect with Southern lnilway Nos. 29 and 46
T aims Nos. 2 and .. .9nncet with Southern Railway Nos. 12 and 39.
A pproved: J. P. \ REY, President. General Manager.
For further infornatiun' call on
J. T. TAYLOR,
-f - FRAME WORK
is naturally intended to sustain extra
/ / heavy weight or s'train. It is vitally
important therefore that the timber
should be absolutely sound and thor
oughly seasoned. A little careless
ness now in selecting timber for the
frame of that building you plan may
result in disaster later on. Better
# have us supply the timber. That will
be a guarantee of safety.
H. W. HAMILTON
Easloy, Si C.
Mail or Telephone
Often it is cheaper, in
time and expense, to
telephone than to write
f~a letter. The extensive
S toll lines reach almost
IMH /// * everywhere and the low .
STATION TO STA
TION rate makes the cost small.
You give the message and get the
0answer at once. Try it I
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
[AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
SPECIAL PRICE ON VOTAN COFFEE
---,FOR A FEW DAYS.
1 lb. Can Vo&'an Coffee..---.-.... ---....---....5
2 lb. Can Votan tjofee---- -----------90
3 lb. Can Votan (.tffee--....-....-....-....--- -- - 1 35
*2 1-2 lb. Votan t(ofee, with Cup and Saucer -- - -- 1'35
This %s one of the highest grades of
coffee to be found in the South. Buy a can
and use 3-4 of it and if you are not satisfied '
* with the quality and delightful flavor, re- :
turn the1-4in the canand getyourmoney j
BENNETT MERCANTILE C
Easley, S. C..
HOGVILLE LOCAL NEWS.
Ther:' was an all-day meeting with
diinner (;n the ground at the Petunia
R idge Methodist church last Sunday
and11 every thing passed off most pleas
antly except in one instance when
It;' Smith got a "bawling out" by
- ome woman for stepping on her nice
t:tble cloth while reaching after pies.
Dag tried to square himself by pull
ing: off his shoes and performing in
his sock feet during the rest of the
Hugh r Smothers has read a g!reat
deal about the "open shop" of late.
HIe wonders what it is. le thinks it
mlusit be a blacksmith shop as they
ale always about the most open shops
he 1o'vs anyhting about-especially
the "ilne at Ilogivill ., where wild mules
ha kicked most of the planks out of
h w: l1 while beini:r shod.
The (e.Ior of thei: Punj,.p.inlville l:u..
de has dIeciled to 'duit tryinI.: to"ge
anly nt w; for his pal)r6', thiere eil:
lii 1 "e, a: his subscribers anays
e L . news inl it . 'l . e w i l l2
th &zed t Zi, ee : o f this town,~
" the II.'. I - :11 ' l.a
t'. a. gv te crdi fat hn. Ze1 i oe .:
to licharch,* tde chrhatBa
i Cr * ! liai 't uch lat Sundiay, ml
w n 'I to Z te a, ove'ra. :' (i t he1'
L('cher . h a t:i1:i he ' aL ic ti
(elui:li t up : u .t came out o h
ani on, h :o . : " e , e ra c -i
and i w :iananttal was~c n .ot e il .
\ould ivCe ni t nhe sc'rivit- \- ai t) go,
to, (cirh, tsdt church at Beo
torn Paitit church last Suupday, aia ut
wh < ; li'sio with som Ce :f t the
Plteachler had 5001 1 tIt hIliClj(l'tio*
woen1 :. tap adid cntse o.t o1 hUro
hei uil home. \\ te he reachd
itI''e ha woIereIha( (lft the laeo
aiu hv sa aid tnth gas naot c()li.
Aftsr Waiting awhile and ko ig he
count Ilo ::et1 ~ li amer un t il s11. ariv
(l, adecil lihe niisf X 1MC: aitIl look
1('r up, t inilikill?: lacia 1)5 he hatsg t
tei thiad ut in stoldc k oid of argUnama t
(oe (IscuSi With Some n f the other
women, le a in not s .e witniig of
her atio he reaheir the church,
where she was found still asleep in
thi. seat where he left her. Zero
wouli have sam nothing about it, but
Mrs. Peck was so indignant over the
affair that she told some of the
women of the town ani since then it
has bean widely discussed by both
mien a cwonentiou. The women genwr
ally are strong in their enunciations
of Zero for such cruel neglect of his
wife, and the men also seem against
Zero in the matter. Ordipiarily the
men would side with the man in the
ease in matters of this kind, but as
Zero has always been more or less
indolent, contentious, little, and two
mn t .The men, n this ae d e
lect o the woanchoam the p~ostflice
the) will not dwnke his tr cingi
Gape Allsop Was arrested Tuesday
morning for firing four shots at ran
dom. He wvas acquitted of the charge
wvhen he provedI that he only fired
three times at random and the other
time at Dag Smith.
Bill Hellwanger was badly shot
while engaged in a game of marbles
on Petunia Ridge early this week.
The bullet wvent through the bosom
of his shirt and he caught it up with
out much injury. Ill feeling between
him and the defendant is given as the
direct cause of the unfortunate af
CLAIMS KILLING WAS ACCI
T. J. Tally, Negro, Lodged in Jail
Yesterday on Charge Murder.
T. J. Tally, 20, negro of the Brushy
Creek community, was lodged in the
county jail in Anderson Wednesday
afternoon on the charge of murder
in connection with the killing of Lee
Brown, which occurred at a negro
church Tuesday night. An inquest
was held Tuesday and Tally was held
responsible for the death of Brown,
who Tally claims was killed acci
When brought to jail, the negro
stated that the killing was purely ac
cidental, a revolver being discharged
while he and Brown were scuffling
over it on the church grounds. Ac
cording to the prisoner, ho had just
arrivedl at the negro church, when
Brown caine out of the church and
walked over to him, throwing his
arms around Tally's waist, Hie then
attemptedl to pull Tally's gun from
his pocket, and in the scuffle that fol
lowed, the gun was fired and Browvn
was instantly killed..
Testimony at the coroner's inquest
shows that the negroes were in a
scuffle when the gun was dischargedl,
but witnesses were not sure It was ac
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
'The oficial program for tho South
Carolina State Sunday School Con
vention, to be held at Winthrop Col
letge, June 8-9-10, has been announe
LEd by the state head(quarters and in
eluei(s about. forty Sp rakers and lec
tuers, who together cover practie
ally every phase of modern Sunday
school work. A mong those on the
lion. Robt.. A. Cooper, Governor of
South Carolina; 1)r. Plato T. Durham,
of Emory University, Atlanta; Dr.
W. J. McGlothlin, president of Fur
man University; 1)r. Patterson Ward
law, University of South Carolina;
Rev. Bob Jones, the famous evange
list; Dr. Len G(. l;roughton, of Knox
ville; )r. Robt. S. Truesdale, pastor
Mlain St. Methodist church, Colum
bia; Dr. Wn. A. Brown, director of
e.vanig('li ;m for the ilate'rni atiotial Sun
day .S'hool s( cia tii.ChAica '; Dr.
.\lelton ('lark, ('otlum i aI Th zologi4;1-al
Sem ary \. r. . \ V. l. IRiinke nhip,
relgimse~h, e director Tt.
'Luti t!iiI'iit . h .rl I.~ XV iI Lt i ; i1 ,t
:ii :l'Xi;. t a h it \ I i . lant ' r. ,
.. '1 n; '. I :1 . j: a -411 Fr tj
hu i'" ; .lii or '1.f 11 a ,: 1)r \' (' a ile iito .
! n( ' (.'' t . a m hi St . P.buho i
r:h ( uiil" e ; ( I.Ba. l l, 1pa.
b 1',;; R v . 1.N. W1 ey s, 1t m ; J.
'I': X'. man Col ba ;W '. e ilar
Spario:h.:.: . f. W i 1dou iray,
I :t :ate Illite ra1cy ('ni s si, io lt, Co
hu ia el i-; ('. O. M ilrd i, sup rintnd
enlt 1-'ir:.t 1at i:t Sundaliy s; hool,
I'e.niou,; S. T. o.aniham.t Spartat
bur' ; hjo r T. T'. aItyde; ChI;ar .eIton;
. . hCrnton, L ckhart; L. P. liol
liJ, Greenvill ; C. S. I eavell, super
intendantl Fir t tic t Suandy
schtoolAnderso; lev.rJ. N. Hubert-,
Gireenv let: Dr. J. L. Weeks, Darline'
iP; Dr. ,1. F. Townemi, No ha.l.-on;
ir::. W. IB. Willard, Cradle Poll
sup1erinitend( mit H~ethel Methodist,
Spart.anburg: Rev. Hf. G. Hud:IingLer,
1:rth:elle; W. T. Ilrmon, president
Mel,(uod-W1esley 1;iblet elal-' Trinity,.
Meth dia (chulrch, Sumter; fir. A. D).
P. Gilmoutr, pastor First Presbyter
ian church, Spartanhurg;; .1. B. Hior
ton, geneil ral se'cretary Columbia Y.
M1. (:. A.; C. E:. Kepley, C-olumnbiat,
anld miany others.
JAY M. ABBOTT
Funeral Director and
Phone No. 5
LIBERTY -- .
Goodrich 30x 31
anti-skid safety tread( fabric tit
now available at the
20% Price Reducnion which
went into effea Ma 2nd
WINNERS IN HAY CONTEST.
A c 1e n': m ber-1 last f:I'1 tli C ~hai
h1 ( of Coaa ree of Piek( is of'ered
fotur prizes for parties growei: the
tceatet aiontl t of Clover anid 1 ta on
w a1re for hty. We had about
* 'elvtltV iut:; tut out but oil acco'Junt
of the dryr fu1l 11"n y of thei vur
'ailu e., only about fourtve n c(om
uleting the contest. Firit prize wa>
won by Clarence Freeman, of Piek
ens, a small farmer; second prize,
Leslie Morgan, Central; third, A. M.
Morris, Pickens; fourth priz , Slan
Childress, Cross Roads. The judge.
were J. L. Sanders, R. L. Stewart
andc Mr's. Ir'vine M iller. Thelre wer*e
nother plots that were worthy of con
si(delration. The best clover g'rowui
alone was grovn by \lri. T1'l11 .I.:mni
soin near Easley. 'i'lie prizeconi'
of $100.00 divided as follow..: 1::
$5:0.00; second), $2..i0; third, g.
fo urth, $10.00.
The firs4 prize plot wa s g"ro'. a
11he fo't of Gla'st nounitain a1i.i \ w:1.
' firen." thatt County Ag ent !ae
i v'"- r "n( rwn in hiis or any1\
-n'! - uity.
11. I! u leo alin;' ili izens to'
t. , 1.li,.t more hay m 1 ('eld s(tug
I o'\n in this county to save it
i'1f I.. ia t t. \ . "ubt tinik what
t l'! . :. - \ t no'hl i ontiw i tey wit out
four h : Ii 'd stuI ti o niioiiu uit to
ti' cnu . tI : It the prev aili'
It . I iI 'n iemoniis trautcel
io e . t '.' Ih:t \we cn''1 raise
h-t; i.ec ( II "'1 than \"; , can pay
th;' fihI r t hI I II(. Weti w \elv whenl
frelI!iht r:at w'l't ('heaper') thani now\\.
W ' nil g (w'1 -' III oats at a
Cost: of le:.: ih m1 i nl.aon per ton and
leave t he l:il! i 'itter condition
than if it ha(l n0t beeni ewn'.vii. The
freight rat' is loiw ?r!ot d I ;-N,0 I.0
per' ton (In hay\ from11 the' w\'-i, mionI
tian tii. hay cot-is j-i . Sunthiung
miiust l(' i t' :dIoe a it is n1(,t i., late!
now to begin andli Irrow\ som e- n ad
cane for hay this fall. At a latter
dtale look for the cost and amount of
hay gtrown on omie of these plots.
A. samiple'of this hay and the picture.
of the first pt'r. plot can he seen in
Ily oflice and in the hall of the court.'
One of the prize winners, Mr. A.
M. Morris, has kindly - donated his
prize to a fund starting another con- I
test for this fall, a splendid spirit.
I earnestly urge your co-operation
and influence in putting the western
market for hay and feed stuffs out
of Pickens county by growing these
things at home.
T. A. Bowen, County Agent.
'7ire for Sm
&1 Anli-Skid 3
Here is a 30x31 tir<
black tread and <
sides -clean, trin
full in size, with t
anti-skid safety tr<
This tire will giv
longer mileage, th
durability, the ul
comfort and the
Like all other G4
the "30x31"is mac
.quality. It is so th<
unusually good tb
frankly declare it
ever made for smn
THE B.F.GOODRICH RI
-Dealers everywhere are selli
town Cords, Goodrich Fabric
Red or Gray Tubes-all one
reduction in prices which G
tive May 2nd, 1921.
GENTLEi ;1 OF THE JURY.
Followint: 4 a list of the pettit
juro erve at the n?xt
Lt Of th .Atti ut' of'enteral sosio1
which convt: 'e at Pickens court
house oil Aloimb y. .hmle (th, the same
)tingt', the ' \lotlay with his
[onor Judg, ' T . lalMaublin, presid
R. E. Btruce. .1. A. Pickle, P. 0.
\'ilson, John M1. \\'illiaims, W. T.
atrle, John P. I arr, It. it. Crane,
'letcher Holliday, I>. J. Brown, II.
. Power4, B. II. (allahm, B. 'T. Mie
)aniel, E:. F. Cantrell, IF. B. P>onder,
I. I. l)urham, W\. It. l'dens, ". L.
lun1,". E. P. Norton, Olin L. Craig,
I'. P. McCra'vy, A. 1'. paines, C. A.
Julihua, W. T. Bates, J. Adger Smith.
X. E. Pinson, Junius C. Smith, 0. S.
Parrh: h. Tiho~s. MT. Garrett, T. P'. P'at
''S , \'. l'l 11 endricks, \W. A tir
I .(!44.a.'. . C. IIcendricks, C. E :.
A .f W.. T TH t 11E SHORT
(it)' Iii. 1 U V . Ill Ut . l +1'j
stalte t' I , ;! ~ : l a" Iii' ia ltll~
from .)t ' 1' icher
experiencee ! ""' ite r re- rentionl, it
has been('tl .", Ide a ha':e :mtt otl timte
camp-tire out "!n the colb~ 't e:Iunpurt.
On this occa: n. w:, thic~h of course
will he behl :t Ln'. t the club I'v:
atnd their lemlers w h bril haon, tell
jol,("5 andI 1nnn111t1V andl do many
It+her "::t, n ' 'or p. timne. h'l at'
f'ait' will .: *' tit w\'holeo-etlt' fult
and ' n omtt , : i- the ht t- will too
awayt; feteliml. a. if' thov\ ar.e getting
into the reaIl sprtof life; munely.
that ".\ o-try hi'tt omi~keth a cheer
f ul t"ennlt -o;nne .",
''his is a rheumtt atism of the mts
(le's of the back. It comes onl su(
dettlly nd ii (itle ptainful. Every
tmovement agavt es the disease. Go
to hed(, keep quiet and have Chamber
lain's Lii Ient' ap)lied and a quick
recovery may be expected. Mrs. F.
.1. Dann, Brockport, N. Y., writes:
"I can honestly say that Chamber
laii's [inimentt eured me of lumbago
a year ago last summer. When I be
gan using it, I was flat on my back in
bed and could not turn to the left or
right. I had a bottle of Chamber
lain's Liniment in the house and this
was applied to my back. It prompt
ly drove away the pains and aches."
sly large and
e you much
e greatest of
le only in one
at its makers'
the best tire
ng Goodrich Silver
Tfires and Goodrich
:iuality-at the 20%
oodrich made efln.