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bso. at 1jis liente near Liberty In
s Venry lfayton, one among
des; and best-iloved citizens
:ens county, died at his home
iberty, Sunday, March 26th.
a'yton had been in declining
healtlyr for several years but about
three weeks Rrevious to his death
he was taken with influenza. On
Thursday morning he' was taken
seriously ill and his children were all
-summoned to his bedside. le knew
everyone and was conscious to the
At his request and at his bedside
his youngest daughter Lois Alice
was married to Mr. Samuel D. Groves
of Morganfield, Kentucky, but who
for several months has been in Pick
ens. No hate had been set for the
've4ding altho they had planned to
to married in a few months. Only
kelatives and a few friends vitnessed
the ceremony. After the ceremony
Mr. Clayton called the bride and
groom to his bedside and congratula..
Mr. Clayton would have been sev
enty-one years old the fifth of April.
He was a member of the Liberty
Methodist church and had been an
active worker in the church and
Sunday school until a few years ago.
le had been secretary of the Sunday
schcol and a steward of Fairview
church for about twenty years suc
cessively. On Oct. 7, 1875, he was
married to Miss Charlotte Hughes
and she with the following children
survive him: Mrs. Wm J~aris of
Des Moines, Iowa., W. C. Clayton of
Liberty, Rev. 0. L. Clayton of Pick
ens, Mrs. H. H. Newton of Clemson
'I. C. Clayton of Jacksonville, Fla.,
Mrs. A. H1. Cromer of Spartanburg,
Mrs. J. A. Lott of Ridge Spring,
Mrs. S. D. Groves of Liberty. One
(laughter Mrs. W. A. Wilson preceded
him to the grave about two years
:ago. He leaves two sisters, Miss C.
N. Clayton and Mrs. L. E. Robinson
of Liberty, also twenty-six grand
children, two great grandchildren and
a host of relatives and friends. Fun
er'al services were held at Bethlehem
Methodist church and were conducted
by Rev. E. W. Mason of Liberty and
Rev. J. C. Diggs of Pickens.
MRS. HENRY BRUCKE DEA).
Mrs. Henry Brucke of the Gap
Hill ser-tion died April 3. She had
lcen in dcelhiing health scverv
micnths, but death was not expected.
A more complete account of her life
and death will be published next
'Miss Tinie Masters and Mr. Frank
cJunkin were married at the home
the bride on April 9 by Rev. J.
.Foster. All of Pumpkintown
e ~ .tion.
Mrs. Essie Viola Wade andl Mr. J.
L. Monroe wvere married by Judge
Christopher in his cff'ic.o March 22.
S COLOREXD MARRIAGES
J. Va~n Jenkins andl Ida Lemons
were married at Liberty by Rev.
John S. Stew~ard, April 9.
John 1-adden and Gladys Rosenmondi
wvere married by Judge Christopher
at his residence March 26.
IN GREEN VILLJE HOSPITAL
Mr. Elbert Robinson of Pickens
<'cunty~ has been' seriously ill in a
Greenville hospital the past month,
sufferi~ng from appendicitis. Mr.
Pobinson was only recently married
andc is a son of Mr. James T. Robin
son, formerly of the Mount Carmel
section of this county, but nowv living
in Anderson county.
FORMER PICK ENS GIRL HURT
The Eustis, Fla., papers5 report the
serious injury of Miss Annie Laurie
Ashmore, dlaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Ashmore, formerly of Pickens
but now living in Eustis. Miss Ash..
more was injured by an automobile
driven by a schoolmate as they were
leaving school, the accidlent occurring
March 28. The seriousness of the
young lady's condition is indlicatedl
by a notice of the town authorities
published in the Eustis paper e'stab
lishing a quiet zone around the Ash.
more home. Friends of the family
in Picken.. 'trust that Miss Annie
Laurie has reoveredl by this time.
* PICKENS CIRCUIT CONFERENCE
The second quarterly conference
for' Pickens circuit was held at Tabor
Aprii~the first. Rev. J. M. Stead
man, presiding elder of Greenville
Dlistrict, presided. The charge was
wecll rep'iesented' and reports were
good. Bro. Steadman preached a
striking sermon on wvhat we owe to
4' God. A 'large crowd also attended
the services Sunday and listened to
anotLher good sermcn by Bro. htend
A marriage which was quite
surprise to all sqve most intimat
friends of the contracting partief
and one of unusual interest was tha
of Miss Daisy Bivens and Mr. G. E
Medford, which occurred at the 'par
sonage of the Buncombe Streel
Methodist churgh in Greenville oi
April 1, Rev. C. C. Herbert perform.
ing the ceremony.
The bride is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. T. L. Bivens, one of the most
prominent families of this county
and was one of the most populai
members of the younger set of Pick
eils. She will be greatly missed in
Pickens where she was the life of
Mr. Medford is a superintendent
for the J.-B. McCrary Corporation
of Atfanfa. He came to Pickens last
summer and supervised thie installa
tion of the new waterworks system
here. le is a-yoing man of splen(id
ability and fine character and has
made many friends iluring his stay
Mr. and Mrs. Medford are now
making their ionic in Iertford, N.
C., where he is installin, another
It is.somewhat a coincidence that Mr.
Osborne, who wias chief engrineer for
the McCrary Co. on the same job
here with Mr. Medford, also married
a Piekens girl, Miss Nellie Freeman.
COUNTY ORATORICAL CONTEST
The Pickens county oratorical and
expression contest will be held at
the Liberty high school auditorium
on Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock.
Mr. Lloyd Hendricks will represent
the boys of Pickens and Miss Sara
Ada Keith will represent the girls
It is the Safe and Reliable Tonic
Used by Physicians for 30 Years.
There are "new styles" even irt
medicines. A new "fad" comes, is
popular for a while, and then fades
out of public view. A remedy that has
stood the test for thirty years must
have remarkable merit and cannot be
called a "fad". Such is Gude's Pepto
Mangan, originated by Dr. A. Gude
over a quarter century ago, which
has helped many thousand of peopk
hack to good health by improving th<
blood. Pepto-Mangan is an iron tonic
It centains iron in a special form cas
ily absorbed by the system. It puts
color into the lips and cheeks and
improves the entire body by improv
ing and enriching the blood. It is
sold by druggist in both liquid and
tablet form, If you wvant to be wvell
and strong and look fine and healthy,
take Gude's Pepto-Mangan. Adver.
* ~ cent :(5 per ce:
bia Stores will
newv spring ar
* in addition to
Conme to Col
ment the city
from hig stoc le
* These (
* BON MAR(
* THE GLOB:
(9 Exclusive 2
Men's & Wo
WALDROP FAMILY REUNION I BERTY SINOING CONVENTION
All lovers-of music are invited to
a All relatives and friends of the attnd the Liberty Township Singing
Waldrop family are invited to attend' ccnvention which will meet with the
a rcunion at Mr. L. P. Waldrop's Liberty First Baptist church Easter
home the third Sunday in April. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
You Will Find Me Doing Bus
iness at the Same Old Place
and if you want the highest prices for
produce, bring it to me.
I an paying:
20c per lb. for hens.
25c per lb. for fryers up to 65c.
10c per lb. for old roosters.
18c per lb. for dry hams.
$2.00 Bu. for bunch peas.
$2.25 for vine peas.
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
J. W. HENDRICKS
FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Terms arranged to suit your W
GENUINE FORD PARTS
j. M. Smith Auto Co.
Authorized Ford and Fordson Dealers
Phone 101. Easley, S. C.
We Sell 'em All Over Pickens
DLUMBIA STORES WILL REB~l
a Stores listed belowv will refund~ ralilroadI fares to out-of.
(during Palafesta Sho ppIing Week on the basis of five per
it) of your purchases up to the amnounit of your roundl trip
i andl presen)t the cou pon when making purchases. Colum
be reeidy for the big week with a wonderful showing of
dI summner merchlandis e. TIhey will efi'er exceptional v'alues~
umibia for the big G;al a Week, enjoy the $50.000) entertain
is providhing, purchas e your Spring andi summe~r needs
s at exe~eptionally low piliees anid take advantage of this
el fare refund offer.
lolumbia Stores Will Refund Fares y
HE DEPT, STORE lRUB ENSTPEIN'S OUTLOOK
iopping Center" Cloak & Suit Co.
LDWELL'S F. B. SHJACKELFORD CO.
Ready..to.Wear Smart Apparel for Women & Misses -______
RLAND CO. SH ANNON-CIiLDS ELECTRIC CO-f
ing & Furnishing~s 12ighting Fixtures, Houschold Appli-a
FB DRY GOOD)S CO. anees
rtment Store 'TL'LING' NICKERISON SHOE CO.
ELFRICH Fa.-hiionable Footwear for Men and
Lpparel for Wonmen WmnOto
KOHN'S ii 'mi:OO 'il
nien's Readyto..Wear nlPtiinhus
4. LORICK AND LOW
HECE -H. A. T 'A'Y'LORI INC. Nm..
its , Seed1, Imtplements Fu rniture'
WlNAUGH'S WATR'ON'S SHOE (O. R. R. St
aargest Dept. Store "Wr~tson's, Wentr Without WVorry. _______
acket over Pgp
10 for 5c ..
Sugar jacket just
"melts in your mouth,"
then you get the delec
table gum center.
And with Wrigley's three old
standbys also affording friendly
aid to teeth, throat, breath, ap
petite and digestion.
Making the next cigar
PICKENS CABINET WORKS
SA511 DOORS - MOULDINGS
LIME - CEMENTS
Rough and Di essed Lumber of All Kinds.
We have a good assortment of glass.
Windshields cut and put in.
~E RAILROAD FARES
the Coupon below, fill in
Name, Address and
>U Must Show this Coupon
to Get Refund
itroad Fare Refund Coupon
THE PICKENS SENTINI L
rown Shopiper to Fill In N n'me oin1 Iaiboad Station below.