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- bearing are dependent upon ich
1,1.od. If your blood is not up to
;trk your general health can not
-to hours, eating the wrong
working indoors, fatigue, affect
.u biod. So many people eat well
Ce exercise, yet never seem to
in health. Gude's Pepto
!ta taken regularly for a while
i blood that richness and red.
ta; produces bounding health
-or. It is a simple, natural way
well and strong. Gude's Pepto..
4 1 comes in liquid or tablets
If.* druggist's. Advertisement.
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- will be glad to have you se
We will be glad to talk wit
ly wish to buy.
w prices on car loal lots of A
d. meal, Cotton seed hulls, loos
buy and sell on Commission.
ASH - DOORE
Rough and Dressed
We have a good asc
Windshields cut an
a5 l money nt
The wonderful pot1
nmakes early layera
luces fast growth in young chIcks.
W~e carry a complole l1ine of Cairo-Vi
a ad P'oultry. We wIll gladly reft
ails from the use of any Caro-Vet
. Gillespia ... Central, S. C., Route
1. Smith Drug Co...Eascy, S.
B. Williams .........Dacuvillo, S. I
V. Looper .......... Easley Rioute
. GOOD STORE SE
hare of Your atro'
JUST A la
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be by W. C. Durant, former:
F. S. Barni
- ite Craig-Rush
All fo-grn e of (rusoe
Trilb No. da '. U. L. Ma., at Vickenub
are requested. to meet. in. the Wood
man Hall' on Saturday night, March
11, for the purpose of reorganizing.
1922 Catalog Free
It's ready now. 100 handsomely Il
lustrated pages of tworth-while seed
and garden news for Southern garden
ers and farmers. This new catalog,
we believe, is the most valuable seed
book ever published. It contains 100
full pages of the most popular vege
tables, flowers and farm crop plants,
the finest work of its kind ever at
With our photographic illustrations
and color pictures also from' photo
graphs, we show you just what you can
grow with Hastings' Seeds even be
fore you order the seeds. Our - cata
log makes garden and flower bed
planning easy and it should be in
every single Southern home. Write us
'a post-card for it, giving your name
and address. It will come to you
by return mail -and you will be mighty
glad you've got it.
Hastings' Seeds are the Standard
of the South, and the largest mail
order seed house in the world is back
of them. They've got to be the best.
Write now for the 1922 catalog. It
is absolutely free.
H. 0. HASTINGS CO., SEEDSMEN,
a or write us about what you have
you or quote prices on anything
,id Phosphate, Nitrate of Soda, Cot
e or sacked. Hay, corn, oats. Seeds
Lumber of All Kinds.
,ortment of glass.
I put in.
~rom Every Hen
cuso for a loafing hen. You can make layers
kers out of every solitary hen you own,
r.T Egg Producer
ltry tonic d elops the egg rucing -oregnnta
2 1-2 lb. box, 50 cent3.
G Standard itemedies for Horses, Mules, Cattle.
nd .'our money if you fall to get satisfactory
RS IN PICKENS COUh4TY
L..J. n. Holliday............. Liberty, H. C
. M. I. lioggs a - ...Libert. 8. C., Rtoute 1.
7. N. S. lleeves .... Liberty, 8. C., Itoute 1.
2. Keowee Pharmacy .........Pickens, S. C.
' Laiesand Children's1
age Will Be Appreciated
.EAI, GOOD CAR.
l2ed of General Motors.
as Motor Co.
I 1 'jN S 1OOl HUNO i)othll
7rstc arade.--Naomi Alexander,
Ben Craig, Earl Elliot, John Gallo
Way, Corinne. Hinton, Doris Lewis,
Tommy Mauldin, Allene McDaniel,
Thelia Newton, Wesley Nalley,
Second Grade.-J. C. Alexander,
Freddie Clayton, Edith Cox, Josie
Craig, Kate Finley, Katrine Finney,
Ernest. Folger, Mae Folger, John Hal
lum,Grace Jewell, Sara Johnson, W.
A. Mathews, Elizabeth McDaniel,
Vesta McFall, Marion Nealy, Bess
Partridge, Sara Sutherland, Mary
Darsey. Note: Jack LaBoone's name
should have been on last month's
Third Grade.-Ben Cox, Arthur
Craig, Catherine Davis, Estelle Dur
hani, Emily Gravely, Annette Hester,
Calhoun Hinton, Ruby Langston, Ha
zel Lewis, James Ligon, Elizabeth
Fourth Grade.-Rachel Baker, Eu
genia Cox, Julia Folger, Earle Fin
dley, Jlizabeth Holden, Curtis Math
ency, Sarah .Stewart, Leora Hender
Fifth Grade.-Billy Cantrell, Laura
Craig, Lillian Gravely, Bettie Hen
dricks, Earle Lewis, Deborah Maul
din, Rosa McFall.
Sixth Grade.-Leon Clayton, Mar
tha Cureton, Haskel Garrett, Mary
Gravely, Elsie Hester, Virginia Lewis,
Eleanor Mauldin, Frances McFall,
Seventh Grade.-Edith Haynes, Ila
Johnson. Irene Johnson, Helen Lang-'
ston, Margaret Lesesne, Margaret
Valley, Nan Newton.
Eighth Grade.-Hume Cannon, Lin
nie Cantrell. Elizabeth Cureton, Sara
Cureton. Eula Gravely, Lucile Hallum,
Emma Jones, Wyatt Stewart.
Ninth Grade.-Nita Bell Johnson,
Cleone Jewell, Marvin Gravely, Beu
lah Gravely, Ruth Gravely, Mary
Tenth Grade.-Thaylia Chastain,
Horace Gravely, Paul Gravely, Velma
Gravely, Artie Hughes.
Eleventh Grade.-Edna Willis,
Aurora Mathews, Nannie Morris, Sara
LAWRENCE CHAPEL SCHOOL
First Grade.-Latlic Mae Dill,
Ernest Morgan, Lewis Collier.
Advanced First Grade.-ErA Mor
gan, Annie Evans, Broodus Dill.
Second Grad.-Bertha Kelley,
Waltgr Kelley, Naoman Newton, Nor
ris Newton, Clarance Collier, Otis
Third Grade.-Furman Martin, Ev
clyn Holliday, Parker Holliday, Ray
Mortzan. Perry Nix.
Fourth Grado.-Tiffie Moore, Mar
garet Diilard. Roy Dillard.
Fifth Grade.-Ruth Morgan, Velma
Sixth Grade.-Grace Yates, Nettie
Seventh Grade.-Lucy Davis, Mat.
tie Jewell, Bertha Evans, Furmar
Eighth Grade.-Lelia Bess Moore
Nirith Grade.-Dee Evans, Gertrud<
T\VELVE MILE SCHOOL.
First Grade.-Leslie Blackstoi
I Luther Blackston, Roscoe Blackstoi
Mary Lee Fields, Henry Harper, Sal
3 Kelley, Columbus Kelley, Clyde Sutl
erland, Clarence Simmons.
Second Grade.-Essie Blacksto
Velma Christopher, Launa Hudso
- Eula Perritt, Guy Ragsdale, Loy<
Stewart, Gladys Ragsdale, Yel
Stewart, Jaro Simmons, Elmer Smit
Third Grade.-Lizzie Blackston, L
voy Christopher, Gladys Stepher
Waldo Stephens, Edna Simmons.
Fourth Grade.-Vera Brazea
Macy Simmons, Edith Smith, Vera
Gravely, Lucille Towers, Josie PC
Fifth Grade.-Perely Gallokan
Thomas Gravely, Charles Kirkst
Hlaynesworth Nichols, Grace Ras
dale, Mae Hudson, Nina Simnmoi
Lois Porter, Eunice Porter, Lilli
Alexander, Mertie Hudson, L<
Sixth Grade.-Mary Gravely, (
CITY OF I
If you wisli to know something o
vice, ask any of our owners. All a
Ep ~i CEEK ,COOL
First Grade.-T. J. Durham, De.
ward Durham, Cleon Mann.
Advanced First Grade.-Lena Stew.
art, Ercel Brazeale, Helen Lewis, Ma
rie Snider, Rembert Jones.
Second Grade.-Preston Brazeale,
Elmina Clements, Larry Stephens,
Ray Porter, Asa Whitmire, Erie Kay.
Third Grade.-John Gibson, Roy
Waldrop, Jessie Reece, Hovie Steph
ens, B. F. Porter, Julian Snider.
Fourth Grade.-Claude Gibson,
Lloyd Stephens, Authur Gillespie, El
za Gillespie, Earle Turner, Grace Bra
zeale, Rula Brazeale, Ola Patterson,
Genetha Lewis, Frances Allgood, Ber
Fifth Grade.-Hattie ReecA Ca
pers Lewis, Ralph Jones, Wallace
Thomas, Pauline Brazeale.
Sixth Grade.-Ruth Stephens, Wil
ma Gillespie, Bessie Waldrop, Roy
Seventh Grade.-Albert Lewis, Ed
na Durham, Ruth Grant, Louise Bra
zeale, Eunice Gibson.
Eighth Grade.-Gertrude Mann,
Clara Gibsop, Gertrude Lewis, Lizzie
Mac Hendricks, Marshall Hughes.
Ninth Grade.-Frances Lewis.
First Grade.-Pauline Collins, Ada
Davis. Wyatt Ellenburg, Elizabeth
Few, J. C. Hudson, Doyle Jones, Queen
Esther Kelly, Clemis Powell, Bertran
Sloan, Cadie Thomas.
Second Grade.-Waco Crenshaw,
Harriet Few, B. Nix, Gladys Powell.
Third Grade.-Rescue Chappell,
Hattie Few, Ferb Hudson, Eugene
Powell, Perry Rampey, Vivian Spear
Fourth Grade.-Roy Edens, Nath
anial Gravely, Lilalee Robertson, Theo
Fifth Grade.-Ida Mae Aiken. Carl
Few, Wallace Hudson, Laurell Jones,
Flossie Roper, J. B. Robertson.
Sixth Grade: Grace Hudson, Ada
Hunter, Lizzie Kelley, Marie Ram
pey, Rosalee Spearman.
Seventh Grad.-Mattie Mae Few,
Pauline Massengale, Thelma Parrott.
Eigth Grade.-Dorothy Brazeale.
Ninth Grade.-Austin Durham.
FLAT ROCK SCHOOL NEWS
(Too late for last week.)
The school continues to "hum" in
a progressive tone.
Our basketball court is now under
construction and will be ready for use
within the next few days. Since it is
so late in the season, we realize that
we shall not be able to have a team;
but we know however, that plenty of
fun and good exercise is in store for
In a recent meeting of the Literary
Society the following officers wert
elected: Gertrude Brown, president
Eschol Brown, vice-president; Lans
Smith, secretary and treasurer. Mis
Eula Stewart, critic.
A few days ago at the noon reces:
Mr. Newton gave an informal recep
, tion for the members of the sixt
, grade. A short "course" in persom
a pronouns was served.
Mr. Ralph O'Dell of this communit
and Mi.e Lois Stansell of Libort
i, were united ip holy wedlock last Sui
, (lay, Feb. 1 We c.ongratulate th
e couple and wish for them a long, hai
a 'py, and prosperous life.
, A number of young people attend<
the singing held at Rice's Crec
. church Sunday.
s, The Woman's missionary sociel
met at the home of Mrs. Gilbert Fov
e, ler' last Thursday afternoon. Tho:
ta that were present report a good tim
r- Mr. Robert Maw and wvife are visi
ing at the home of the latter's fathe
y, Mr. Ben PowellI.
y, Joe McCoy, who has been sick wil
s- pneumonia for the last few days,
is, well on his way to recovery.
mn Mr.. Newton went to Spartanbu:
,is jSunday to hear Billy Sunday.
e-Do you need monevy? If so the
N & GUERRY
the Cyclone truck and Cyclone Ser
er & Truck Co.
Satisfies the sweet .tooth
and aids appetite and digestion.
Cleanses mouth and teeth
A great boon to smokers,
relieving hot, dry mouth.
Combinei pleasure and
Don't miss the joy of the
new WRILfY'S P-K-the sugar
coated peppermint tid bit!
Th Car __that __outstripped__higher__priced__carsat__ PIKES
Yousareialwas owtelcome Cr.
TheCa lliataout re Highrprcdars ato.KE
NEAR THE AMrCAnviNlle. EVLI S. C.