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Locals 'and Persf8laI
Mrs .G. R. Hlndricks is'improvir
after ani attack of asthma.
Jn'; Bertha Cantrell is visiti
friend in A-t1inta this week.,
Mrs. T. A. Scavright of AnIdcrS
i iiSitg Mrs. J. M. Gantt.
Mj' Mildred Cox ;s visiting reia
tives in WashietmD. C.
Pte.-'hin'g at tht. ickcns: Baptis
cliurch nt:Et Sunday at. 11 a. m. ai
7:30 1). Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thrasher *I
Knoxville spenIt Sunday at the hom<
of F. E. Findley.
Misr Emma Hcrd and friend. Mise
Clara Barkshadt, of Greenville, speni
last, week.end in Pickens.
Dewitt Matthews of Clemson Co.
lege spent the week-end with his par.
ents, Mi. and Mrs. W. A. Matthews,
Loora flendcrson. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Hcnderson. is able to
sit up aifter an attauk of typhoid
Mrs. L . Thorley is at home
after having visled ht r daughtei,
Em'rily, at C.inventc (C.'t<-e. Spartan
burg, E. C.
M4I rv. El*iz:.beth I). Kirksey was in
Greenv h Sa tutrdlay. where sh( lock
the ivi] s rvice exm.iniation for
portnawt 1 .
M.r. iard Mi:.. F. A. Ferguson, of
Ilorea Path. visiled their parents,
Mr. and Mirs. R". F. Herd. in Pickens
hast. w( k.
A uinin ein ting will be held at
Peters ('rek c hurvh the fifth Sunday
and Saturday before. Progran- will
Ie pullisl.ed n
S . IF. lHagcn and )ittfle d:u
t~er Perda hv retrne.d fron. a
Extra Selected I
iUgh 'I k,'I I ~ l It. 1 .)1
u! h _ n by a o
tou '<V r) nd ' ao'1 Rd
col r e r1 r1 1ns
Wha .doe 1 N
MISVOc 4,i ' . v, t
shd o f in 0eis r .uliit~
W r o ht Doest A 11l'
fc it 1s R<t~~i(
mon in~ ~vh fel''tht m hen \\he
Thcile theei elation hat .-es
lciob.Th pay per muhoh per n I
tugre, bun ovrhdi bvs ~ hsi
,or bea res-r~ iln tollr.
gcthemunity? It des t he aou
isv incde nl abidermythat.
mrec i f ithe (1waalas a pr 'i
-thle itrae ulihh ould beiprih.Ap
ersof the on anMotpg
ar.e''ttn moe than thng two
areinclnd t think that byow,
reader1 tr i a ratio that big
sre. Arthur Alexander of Green
ville, visited'her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Alexander, sev'eral days last
Mrs. Laura Alexander and two
rone, Chudia and Eugjee.jeleft Turr
g day for Eirmihiinmi, Ala., where they
will :pend the winter.
I M Jr an d Mrs.-.J; Icut s
after ..evee!jng everl wves with
1:heir brothel',. ']r. '.E*iest Felger
Everybody who is - inteested in
tho Mountain Grove cemetery is re
quested to meet at the et metery Sat
urday, October 8, for the purpose of
cleaning off the - grounds.
Joel Algood has accepted a pos
ition in the store of Folger & Hen
dricks. Joel is a popular young fellow
and will be glad to have his friends
1i on him at his new place when
they need any thing in his line.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. George Hall, of Greenville;
Messrs will;., Homer and Toomer
Tompson, of Charlotte, spert Sunday
wth their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
0. Tompson, in Pickns.
Frank L. DeLay, of Canton, Ga.,
has accepted a position 'w salesman
with Benson & Co., of Pickens. Mr.
DeLay comes here highly recom
mended as a salesman of much ex
petrienice and ability.
.lsie .. Lewis*- cane by Pickens
last week fromi a campng trip in New
York state and was accompaned home
by Mrs. Lewi., w.o has been visiting
here everni weeks.. Jesse is in
the ato.mobile businens at. Miami,
A very interesting meeting of the
W. C. T. U. was held at the home
(if Mrs. Earle Lewis last Thursday
atternoon. Much business was trans.
;acted and the following officers were
elected for the cominrg year: Presi
dent. MrF. H. A. Nealey; first vice
president, Mrs. Vesta McFal; second
vice president, Mrs. Oscar Baker;
treasurer, M's. .1. L. Valley; corres
rlonding sceretary, Mrs. Eairle~Lewis.
>r Winter and Spring flower
sful bulb culture is to secure
ean and sound. To secure
pay a fair price. We wish
b)uying bulbs that are sold at
have been carried over in
seasons. We can give you
ranging from the most del
'ades of' yellow. These are
e have mixed sweet peas,
~ue and yellow: Different
d< Tulips, Sacred Chinees;
a thousand bulbs we want
~s, S. C.
is Uur Watchword..
ewspaper Owe to
.1 f i Al wnt., Pilot)
'to ts r'eadlers is one that at times is
y at buiSsiI re'lation ini whic(h -the sub
,r te pa per and the piubl isher'i contracts
its of jink teas and lemiionadle socials,
hi .\l rs. lIrown, nnd Snmith's lSaby has
'I1an' pub li-Iheri C xp(et t' L O' i more~ 1an
elat in ? A ndi doeosn't the reader ex pect
rela:tin a-; matter -of 'dolIlr and cenits
tr~ mo re per ammm( i fnr -ti sudfser'pt ion.
wt' . if any;. of the numerous' publish
1e iape :'t a-ny'thinn' like tile usual
the averna'e publishix' lilies to -think of'
b~ig fmlnil\y hav i n. '.many 'ti -in~ cii m.-i
e'0cve the.j~ ppenach i ssuc tha~it they
(in three cents that it epsts- iAm. We
ae ~iverage. paper andl its average
hey ind and abov.
lilSes a pure business rg
hat whichpase as. eurrent news, to be
iust gie a e'nnununijty servie that can
iust stand for the be.st that is in the
ig I'OeiiI.as wecll. as coturage~ to
I (spce, cannot be Spineless. It must
od e. If it is ai rea'l pa1per' its reniders will
-r' it t paper's great asset is a
A town's grea~ t asset is a paper that
t e honest, andl as far' as humanly pos.'
sper that dloes noqt, have the confidence
community s.poke.snad. ' A pahier 'that is
g maintamn the r'espect of its readers.
it a paper Ows to its r'eadlers. Some
as a reader, owe to the -aenti
ger than dollare. eppr o
J. E. Uoggs and family 'moved last
veek into their new home on Ann
street. It is one of the handsomest
residencm in Pickens and not only does
the new. residence but this splendid
Young family adds to the attractive
ness 'and-growing popglarity of Ann
street as a it dential sectict.
Rev. D. W. Hicit,. ne of best
!Mnown B:.ptist'obiisters of the tatt,
has been, ekllcd to Serve as past ar i'
Cross Reads church for next year. It
is thought that he will acept th Utall,
though he has given no definate' jn
swer yet. Mr. Hiott was pastor tIt
Cross Reads three years up to about
four years ago. He lives at Easley i
FOR 'ALE-- Belgian hares, five
months old, $2.50; four months,
$2.20. Goodman Rabbitry, Calhoun,
LO'in Picens, a tan folding
pocketbook containing between $40
and $50-two $10 bills, the balance
$1 bills. Finder please return to the
Pickens Hardware and Grocery Co.
and get reward. M. E. Summ11ey.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
several farms in Pickens county foi
own property. Can arrange terms
m1 purchases. Can also save you
noney on first class Georgia marble.
See me before buying. Will T.
Freeman, R. F. D. 4, Pickens, S. C
Carload of* mules and horses just
-eeeived for sale' o trade at the
,ight price for cash or cotton note
for '30 (lays. These are the right
kind and the kind that will please ev
vy.body. J. Benton Robinson, at
:he W. P. Nimmons old stand, Sen
ca, S. C. it
WANTED-Men with team or auto
o sel1 *ol. spices, toilet articles, soaps
iedie.iies, flavorings, perfumes, bak
ing pc wder, pie filler and simlar pro
Juets <brect to the consumer. Selling
.Xptrivnce valuable but no.t necessary
is we train in salesmanship. A good
usiness for any intelligent worker.
NlcConnon & Company. Winona, Minn I
,5A pplicat ion Department.
The Gartt Furniture Co.. of Lib
ty. has on a contest in which they
Eare going to give a piano to some
-hureb, school or individual ,in a
cting contest. The piano is first
r-rize. Other prizes are parlor suite
Of furniture, and felt niattress. Thel
contest is now open and will close
I\ cember 20. Get particulars from
On Saturday, Oct. 1st, 1 will buy
wLite multyplying cniions at $1 410
a bush !, 40 lbs. to the bushel. The
Icn4,er y.ou held ('nions t hey lighter
they get, so bring wvhat you have.
E. H. Craig.
FOR RFJT-r-One goodl two horse
farm three miles from Pickens, C H.
in good( condlition. A pply to,
J. M. Stewart.
FOR SA LE-Ford Tour'ng Car;
been. run abcut 500 miles. cheap must
R. M. X. care Sentinel.
If your school needs a high class
piano the Gantt Furniture Co., of
Liberty, wvants to furnish one free.
See them for. particulars.
REECE'S GIN is in good repair
and ready to run. Price $2.50 per
bale. A. G. Reece, Manager.
FOR SA LE--One black mare muleI
wveight abopt 800 pounds; also one
Oxford. rubber tire buggy and lhar
ness same as newv. Will sell or swap
for. a good. five-passenger Ford car.
See Ed .Wilson, Alice Mill, Easley.3
LOST-Saturday, A ugust 27, one
redl swecater and one sport coat, bed
twveen Liberty nrAd Mrs. Mary A.
lioggs' residence. F'linder will please
leave thoem at Fo.lger & Hendr'Iicks,
lPickens, or Glenn's dlrug store, Lib
erity, andii get rewarid.
M~lONEY F'OU ND.-Wheni, where
and how much ? Mrs. M. N. Simmons.
We have just received a car load
of Appler .seed, oats, also Texas Red
,Rust 196of'atd Fulghum Oats. Also
A bruizi rye 'andl common rye. Fin
Iey & Whitmire, Easley, S. C. 3t
ClagdJg.~ester, of Pickens, has the
algene'' for "EZ eleaner, a scien
tific preperatlon for cleaning clot~bing-,
rugs, carpets, bath tubs, sinks, tiling,
marble, wood work, glass, cookig
utensils, floor and, upholstering of all
kinds. It contains ,nothing that will
in.iiu' eithe fabri's or the skin and
housekeepers wholhave used it find
it Iidispenisable. ' i~de is selling itI
at a0e 'a qunart t.get it itroduced
PICKEN's RESI1DENCE jtE'
T% residence-of Mr. W. A., Mat!0ei
in Pickens was totally deitr%)yed- by
fire last Thursday afternoon shr)ty
fter tw.> o'clcek, and only a few o$
the househol! goods were saved. Ork.
Ji Cf t11Q fJire *;, unik)own andAhbt:
Jaze-hdd rpade ,beh headway befia'
is;'Vovere- that it vas: imp)o:,sible tf
M I. MtNhws w:s at (utceeebee .K
he time of the ire n orly Mrs.
flathews and thr- sm-,al: childreh
vere at home.
While there was some insurance
In the building and hou;sehold goods,
he loss of Mr. Mathews is heavy.
ic states, however, that he expects
o r:build soon.
At. present the Mathews' family is
>ccupying ore of the Naily bunga
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herd and
nother, Mrs. Moore, of Greenville;
d1r. and Mrs. Jones and little. dange:
er, of Simpsonville, and Rosa and
Valter Seaborn, of near Pickens,
pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S.
CREPE AND CROCHET
T he 4on1ly real rival of georgette in
>louse s 1.4 vrepe dle chine. In this ele
:ant blouse it apl)pears in a \yarni tan
101or, With collar, c1uf,1, peplum) anl
mittonis lfhnd-crocheted of lk .h...the
ame shade. Nothilg jore refined or
mnirt lais been presentedl for fall.
Th'lere lis nothinig in headweni' tlia
Outclaisses the tine, soft bhhVr or
felt hats gmade for children. Their
beauty and retinement carry them tri
Umphaintly to every part' of the wrld,
and. they are a safe choice from the
first to the last hat for girlhood.
Three of them are'4 picturedl here, and
of course their only .trimming Is em
sashi or bandi of ribbon.
ELEGANT AND USEFUL
C repe tIe chline was <-hosien for mnak
fng t his ha ndsonme blouse) for fall. It
Is in a brIght henna shade with stitch
ery in white aind white! crepe de chine
facing the sleeves and neck opening.
The collar may be worn open, diseles.
Ing the :face, *and-. a small, plain
vesitee of thme white crepe.
All persons are hereby warned
nmot to hunt or trespass on' lehda
awned or controlled by the under-.
*~. ' . C. Baker
St0t of South Carolina,
.Ct nty of Pickens.
Whereao, a petition has been filed
with the trustes of the Shady Grove
school -distriet No. 4ii'da''ounty
and state, signed by more than one
.hird of the regstercd freeholders
Of the age of twenty-one years of
said school district as appears by the
certifl'ctA.es of tht County Auditor of
said. cotnty attached to itioi,
Praying that the trustees of said
school district order an -election to
dctermine whether or not bonds in
the -um of Twelve .Hundred dol-1
lays shall be issued by the said school
-istrict for the purpose of school im
And it further appearing by the
certificate of the county auditor of
said county . that the proposed bond
issue of Twelve Hundred Dol
docs not exceed four per cent of
the assessed valuation of property
for taxation in said district including
It is, therefore ordered by the
oard of trustees of Shady Grove
School District No. 44 that an elee.
Are here again, all the
or at least we hope so.
School supplies are he
Pencils, Watemans F(
(colored and white) Ink,
Lunch Kits are ideal for
Let us show you.
R. E. Lewis, Prop
We Have on Ha
With Galvanized V
*i $12.50 up, Screen H
Egall sizes, Doors--bes
Mi Casings, Beaver Boar
Come or WVrite us for
I I have recently a
that the recent ady
caused a great adva
* I have plenty of
the .right price, and
right. There is no
the price of goods r
vice would be for
Remember that I
market for produce.
Your Trade is Ap
. . E
tlonb i the sid school on~.
trict on, the 1st .day of Oet., 1921,
on the question whether sneh bonds
shall be issued or not, said bonds to
be issued in 'denominations of One
Hundred DoljV nfOrf
Arto('"i"tweinty years fro to
of issue and bearing six p" nt in
terest payable a'inually. uch
election only qualified vot',resid
ing in this school district shall be'ni.
Ired to vote5t * '. .
The' polls shall oper at 8:00oo''c-ek
a. m. and close at 4 o'clock P. m
The ballots to be voted mu*t have
written or printed on thern the
wor(ls, 'For Bdnds" or "Against
The following named are 'hert'by
appointed managers to hold -aid
T. S. Gailloway,IHovie Murphe/Ri.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
of Shady Grove School District No.
B. P. Moore
B. B. Crenshaw
0. 8 Galloway
Board of Trustees of Shady Grome
School District No. 44.
girls and boys are happy
-e: Tablets (50 sheets) 5c,
untain Pens, Crayons,
Pen points etc. Thermos
children who- take--their
Fizi si9ioni 9IE iSEE
Lnd all Sizes of
lire at $2.50 Each.
lIt $1.00, Iee ga.a
anything in our. line. M
isited at a large
went and I find
ance of cotton has
nce in the price of
y staple goods .
goods bought at
Is will selfthe
telling how- high
iay go, so ngy' ad
everybody to , buy
pay the Greenvifle
Preciated Here. *9'