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Is full upon us once i
time of low price col
ant than ever befoi
sprint trading where
-MORE GOODS F4
I have a fresh a
spring goods that we
I CAN SAVE
on most anything yon
A new lot of L
weekly. They com
most up-to-date style
In our Dress Gc
will find most anythii
amazingly low price.
A nice lot of me
I have a new lin
Clothing at prices
Spring Fryers 404
Hams 20 to 25c 11
Hens 20c lb.
Your Trade is A
J. W. HEl
STCRE IN PICKENS.
I have just pi n a new and fresh
ock of groceries '. connection with
y bottling plant at i% .kens and am
f -epared to furnish the"; ple with
iything in my line at the ve;.- low
I am also in the market for coun
"y produce and will pay highest
R. L. DAVIS
This is a very dangerous disease,
'articularly to children under five
?ears of age, but when no paregoric,
~odeine or other opiate is given, iE
'asily cured by giving Chamberlain'i
D ough Remedy. Most people believe
~hat it must run its course, not know
ng that the time is very much short
?ned, and that there is little danger
from the disease when this remedy is
diven. It has been used in many epi
lemics of whooping cough, wvith pro
iounced success. It is safe and
yileasant to take.-Adv.
)il Tanks and Pumps, Air Compress
>rs, Computing Scales, Show Cases,
\ccount Registers, Floor Scales, Re
>uilt Cash Registers, Safes, Store
THE HAMILTON SALES CO.
Columbia, S. C.
PUBLIC DRAY-I have put on a
mublic dray in Pickens and am pre
ared to do your hauling of all
inds1. Prompt service and recason
ble prices. Phone 321:3. A. A.
F. L. WEBB, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Ca teechee, S. C.
R. Martin J. HI. Eiirk
t-een1ville, S. C. Pickens, S. C
MARTIN & 1.ARLE
Practice In All rs
(Pickens Omeie in ('C ~ t Housze.
eenv'ille Offee oppo'~~ Postoffce
Phono 404. .
iTATE MRS. MARY E. ALEXAN
All persons having claims agains
- estate of Mrs. piary E. Alexan
r, deceased, will present the same
ly attested, and all persons owvirn
3 said estate wvill make paymeni
to the undlersignedl.
B. A. Hagood,'Executor.
P. 0. Box 314,
-7 Charleston, S. C
WANTED-Mian with team 0:
to to sell our products in thi
imty. Men and wvomen for cit:
eawork also wanted. State whethe
a prefer city or country wvork4
ntidn this papier. McConnon 4
more, and during this
ton it is more import
e that you do your
)R LESS MONEY.
nd complete line of
re bought at the right
L want to buy.
adies' Hats arriving
e in the newest and
od's Department you
ig you want and at an
n's ladies' and chil
e of men's and boys'
to correspond to low
lb. up to 75c each.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By N. A. Christopher, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Mrs. Nettie Brown made
suit to me to grant her Letters of
Administration of the estate and ef
fects of James A. Brown.
These are, therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of the said James A.
Brown, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of
Probate, to be held at Pickens on the
' 11th day of June, next, after pub.
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon,.to show cause, if. any they
have, why the said Adn inistration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 23rd
day of May, Anno Domini, 1921.
N. A. Christopher,
Judge of Probate for Pickens County.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late C. E. Hamilton
must present the same, d61iy proven,
on or before the first day of July,
1921, or be debarred payment; and
all persons indebted to said estate
nmust make payment on or before the
.above (late to Margaret A. Uamilton'
Margaret A. Hamilton,
The Hurricane township singing
convention wvill meet wilth Mt. View
Baptist church the first Sunday after
noon in June beginning at 2:00
WV. R. Dalton, Pres.
J. M. Entrekin, Sec.
NOTiCE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
IAll personis holding claims against
the estate of the late Mrs. Alice M.
H osardl must pre.sent the same dly
i roven, on or before the first (lay of
.July, 1921, or be debarred payment;
and all persons indebted to s:aidl es
t. musvt make paymlent on or be
flre lhe above date to MrsX. Edlith,
Mrs. Ed ith ilosardl Rhodes,
8t 7i-pd A\dmninistratrix.
LOCAL MANAGER WANTED.
At once by the largest concern of
its kind in the world, to dlevelop and
handle local business. No invest
ment or e4xperieCel reqIuired. $2,500
to* $10,000 profits first year, alccordl
ing to population, and wonderful
fuiturie possibilities, as ours is a
staple commodity with constant un
limited demand and we undersell all
competition. Guarantee Coal Minting
Company) 1401 Como Bldg., Chicago,
Notice to trustees and teachers ir
eight mill special tax dlistricts.
Those that have not filed the dle
ficiency application blank for thei1
district, please do so by Saturday o1
A wedding of wide interest which
will doubtless come as a surprise to
the many friends of the contracting
parties, occurred on last Friday after
noon at the home of the bride when
Miss Addie Alene Finley became the
bride of Joseph Whitner Thrasher, of
Townville, Dr. Lathram, of Town
ville, officiating. The bride was
dressed in a beautiful navy blue suit
with accessories to match and car
ried a bouquet of lovely brides roses.
Only a very few intimate friends
and relatives witnessed the ceremony,
which was very beautiful and im
pressive in its simplicity.
Immediately after the wedding a
delicious ice course was served by
Misses Sara Finley and Lucia Elli
son, of Piedmont.
Mrs. Thrasher is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. L. Finley, of Pickens, and
is a charming and most accomplish
ed young woman, having a host of
friends throughout the state.
The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Thrasher, of Townville, S. C.
He is a young man of splendid worth
and line business ability. Both the
bride and groom have scores of
friends who wish them much hap
Mr. and Mrs. Thrasher wil be at
home in Townville after June 1.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF PUB
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
- In Court of Common Pleas.
J. F. Richey, Plaintiff,
W. T. Rogers, A. Z. Wilson, W. W.
Brissey, and J. C. Brissey, De
To the defendant, W. T. Rogers:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in the
above stated action which was, on the
8th day of February, 1921, filed in
the office of the Clerk of Court of
Common Pleas .for Pickens County,
South Carolina, at Pickens, South
Carolina, and which is still on file in
said office. You are further requir
ed to serve a copy of your answer to
the said complaint on the subscriber,
McSwain & Craig, at their office at
Pickens, South Carolina, within
twenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of service; and
if you fail to answer the complaint,
within the time aforesaid, the plain
tif[. in this action will apply to the
Court for the relief demanded in the
McSwain & Craig,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Pickens, S. C., May 9, 1921.
0. 5. Stewart,
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
for Pickens County, South Caro
NiOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late J. D. M. Keith
must present the same, duly proven,
on or before the 1st day of June,
1921, or be debarred payment; and
all persons indebted to said estate,
must na-ke payment on or before the
above date to T. J. Keith and G. M.
IKeith, executors attorney, or to the
T. J. Keith,
G. M. Keith,
NOT TO BE-.
elusor spect les~( ?
iebe1e is pre~(ferablle. We
Shu -() \lountintgs beenuse
h ya loo k as though ma~de fo
1lone when we nmake the
setinand do the fitting.
Kodak Films Developed by Experts
IODOM-SCHADE OPTICAL CO.
A. A. ODOM, A. H. SCADE,
President Sec'y. & Treas.
Masonic Temple, Greenville, S. C.I
FOR SALE-25 pigs for $8 and
$8. Part full JDurole and a nr
Make Our Store Your
Our store is chock full of s<
ly selected by us for the prarticu
county people. The last of the
have been replaced with new g<
ways a pleasure for us to show y<
want to buy now or at some futi
headquarters when in Pickens.
SPRING AND SUM
We have all the late styles
children, and the prices are very
Selby Oxfords for ladies ar
Florsheim Oxfords for men
We want you to come in and
We have all the new things
Crepes, Solid Organdies, plain a
of Ginghams, Percales and Chex
We have a lot of nice things
l atest styles and materials.
MEN AND BC
We are exclusive agents fo
for men and boys. Fits better, l<
any clothing you can buy for the
A complete line of hats, c
T. L. BENSON
ONLY the use. of the highe
quality . gmnents and oils ci
'give paint long life an~d colt
retaining v'ain which Certain-tet
has. It keeps surfaces, on which
is used, beautiful for years.
These excellent materials are tho
oughly ground and mixed. Thier
fore Certa:in-teed has greater cove
ing capacity, protective value at
hiding power, too.
You can be sure that Certain-te<
wm m-annv aaane
sor - on , noonsa( .i fu
Headquarters June 3.
sasonabl e merchandise personal
lar needs and wants of Pickens
high price goods are gone and
)ods at the new prices. It is al
>u through our stock, whether you
ire time. Make our store your
in low shoes for men, women and
in Silks, Pongees, Crepes, Canton
nd figured Voiles, also a full line
'ots. All new goods at new
'S AND DRESSES.
in these lines to show you. The
the famous Styleplus Clothes
oks better and wears longer than
bps, shirts, ties, etc.
& CO. Pickens
in - is mad bya ranzto thta
it reas " etint f Quality
r.Pesr ht orSrn aintingure
rt .. stupplys highest quality. 'pit
idsCeraiede yin rgicerutionhs
loe ae nowseng s ainactr
(Iodhg pre..war prices.'Tc am
:ens mS, CernyoQaiy
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