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-Locals and Persolls
Mr. 1. Cox left Sunday on a busi
ness trip to Savannah.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jeans spent
last Sunday with relatives in Green
Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt Jennings of
Columbia spent last Sunday in this
Miss iinuna lIlerde of Greenville
spent the week end at her home in
The Pickens Drug Company' ole
cent sale last week was at huge sue
cess, as usual.
Mr. A. 11, Mroris is attending
a convention of the Woodmen of the
World 1.t Florence.
Mrs. It. F. -' iieman has returiied
to hIr home itn -asley afterI a short
visit with1 her arenlts'.
Including Corn, I
Just received a few m
away free-- Come early
R. 1. E.Lewi, i'ro
SPEH4* 4,; m
+ ishoes fr
4 Our st
+ stock we are
to be at price
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12 1-2 e c r
+. but weQ have
lCanf StraWV t(
4. of hd ies ha
Miss Margaret Finley of Liberty
was the guest of Miss Sgra Finley
last Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. John RaIsor Wyatt of Anderson
county is visiting his brother Mr.
Camden Wyatt near Pickens.
Miss Grace Porter and Mr. and
Mrs. Bertran Porter spent last Wed
nesday in Greenville shopping.
Dr. Ossic Mauldin and Col. Frank
Mauldin of Greenville spent last
Sunday in Pickens with relatives.
Miss Pearle.Stone, Mr. Hatton and
Mr. Johnson of Clinton were the
guests of Miss Grace Porter.recently.
Little Miss Annie Grace Allen of
Greenville, formely of Pickens, is
the guest of her cousin, Miss Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffin of
Greeinville and M's. Florrie Griffin
and Miss Mattie Sutherland of Eas
ley spent last Sunday at the home
of Mr. R. A. Bowen of this city.
of Bean Seed
ore gold fish to be given
chi ten dollars spen
You will find a tal
ve them wrapped u:
m the free table, ti
ock of goods is too
making the followi
s that you cannot c
in Gingham 10c
ingham 12 1-2 c Ladi
will not ,permit us t
your wants and at
ongee, Silks, Serges
e a large stock of s
ns, and from the nm
>the pencil rolled b~
d trimmedI hats for
ock is large and~ coi
'e. id Mrs. J. .0 Aih."s 'are at
tending the District Conference of
the M.-E. church which is being held
Miqs -Elaine Keith of Clemson Col
lege spent last Saturday and Sunday
at home with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. C. Keith.
It will be good news to the many
friends of Mrs. FPrank McFall t
know that she has about recovered
from an attack of flu.
The friends of Miss Mary Cureton
are very glad to know that she is
able to be out again after being ill
at her home for a week.
Mr. and Mri. Ernest Freeman,
Mrs. W. B. Freeman andl Miss Sara
Mae Freeman of Greenville Nverq visi
tors in this city Monday.
Mrs. J. N. Hallum and small son
Roderiek of Montreat, N. C. were
the guests o Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Mauldin a few (lays last \veek.
Mr. Elbert Perry, a prominent
citizen of the Georges Creek section,
lst his residence by fire on Monday
of ist week. Most of the household
goods weVre saved. No ins'urance.
lissI Edna Earle, who holds the
itton as County Dem fistati it
Agent at Bennettsville, visitedi at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Earle for seve-ral days last
The Pickens county track meet will
be held next Saturday at Clemson
College. The following live teams
will comjete this year: Central, Lib
crty, Pickens, Easley and Clemson
Local Daughters of the Confeder
acy' are anticipating a most enjoy
able meeting to be held on Friday
afternoon, April 14, when Mrs. T. J.
Mauldin and Miss Frances Bruce will
be joint hostesses at the home of
the former. The usual historichI
program is to be varied by a study
of currept events and a debate
Resolved: That the responsibility of
community welfare is dependent upon
the women-is to be the feature of
the meeting. The participants in the
debate are skilled in thei art of argu
ment and a rare treat is promised.
Every member is expected to be
present and all others interested are
t, either for goods (
>le of these Free sl
p--that's all the red
1ey are free.
large, our taxes t(
ng low prices to hel
luplicate on quality
ren and Misses dresses from
$1.25 to $2.50
es Waists-- $1.00 to $4.50
o quote special pric
prices that will plea
, Flaxon, Suitings,
bioes ranging from 1
edium price to the E
7im Bongkok in stri
rnplete and you will
'fe on for Suday iiht
at- th iiptldt church will bi.e
.Resurrection.t All are in,yited.
Preaching at 8:00 o'clock.
Theq young people of tho Picken.
Baptist church will- give dppropriate
14aster exercises at the . Baptist
church next Sunday morning"at 10:15
o'clock. Parents are urged to come
and bring their children.
Louise, the young daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ben T. McD'aniel, is im
proving after a long and severe ill
ness. Many friends of this family
throughout the county are anxious
for the complete recovery of this
popular little lady.
The union meeting. of the Pickens
Baptist association will be held at
Cedar Rock church the fifth Saturday
and Sunday in this month. Program
next we2k. All churches of the as
sociaticn urged to send delegates.
Mr. Joln Christopher, until recent
ly bock kceper for Hobbs-icnderson
Company at Central, has moved to
Caroleen, N. C., where he has accept
ed a position as auditor for the Hen
rictta Mills storts, two of the largest
,department stores in North Carolina.
le is a son of Judge and Mrs. N. A.
Christopher of Pickens.
D). A. 1R. MEETING
Interesting Hilrical Study-Next
M eting to lie In Liberty.
The Fort Prince George Chapter
D. A. R. had a most enjoyable meet
ing on Tuesday afterinoon of last
week at the beautiful new home of
Mrs. I. Cox. Mrs. Cox was assisted
in entertainining by her daughter, Mrs.
Paden Woodruff, and by her neice,
Mrs. A. J. Boggs,- Jr. The social
feature which is always a part of
these meeting'.s wos never mor0 en
joyed. The business session showed
the affairs of the chapter iii a most
The historical study proved of
great intest. A most excellent
paper, "South Carolina's Navy 1775
1782," by Mrs. Douglas Yongue,
showed great study and research in
its preparation, and another paper
on "The Capitals of South Carolina,"
by Mrs. Wayne Mauldin, was most
The next meeting of this organiza
tion will be "held in Liberty.
ir on account, on Se
Loes, and when yo,
tape you will find e
>o heavy, our insui
p you supply your
of merchandise off
87.50s Boys Suits -
$10.00 Boys Suits.~.
$12.50 Boys Suits.
es on every article:
,se. y ou. in dress gin
Shirtings, Cretons a
he old reliable woi
elby oxford in ladit
ws and the Stetson
find our prices mad
8I!OT..IN' TIKE LEG.
Monroe Pridmore, a young white,
man of Easley, was shot in the leg
last Saturday afternoon by Rural
Policeman Julian near the roller mill
about three miles east of Pickens.
Po:licemen Julian and Chapman were
out on duty and when Pridmore saw
them the officers state hie bagan
running. Mr. Julian states that he
shot in order to cause the fleeing
man to halt and that he did not in
tend to hit the man. It is further
stated that Pridnore had a quart of
whiskey which he threw away when
he saw the officers. The wound is not
Rev. B. P. Mitchell has accepted
an invitation to be present at the
closing of Bethlehem and Wolf Creek
Echools Thursday end Friday nights
In a new pa
At a price .
The same u
turday we will giv
i have spent $10.0
ibout the deal, for w~
'ance too large, so
Eiaster wants, whici
$5.00Men's and Young
- $5.00from S1^.50 to $32
_$7.50 cludes suits just o
$10.00 1in prices ranging f
~n a Forty Thousand
ghams, French Gin
'k shoes to the famc
~s. Hats ranging f
and Schoble in felt:
e to siuit the nresens
RESPECTED COLOD W
Louisa Sizemore, color'ed, died ti -
her home near Pickens Mill village
last Sunday of pneumonia, although
she had been in declining h'ealth, fo
several years. Funeral services N .
conducted Monday at Cold Spring
church by Rev. McKissick of Easley
and Rev. Clark of Seneca in the
presence of a large concourse of both
white and colored people.
The deceased was about 72 years
old and had been a member of Cold
Spring Baptist church more than
forty years. She was highly respect.
ed by members of. both races. In
slavery time she belonged to the Tin.
good family and had lived in Pick.
ens county all her life. She is sur
vived by one son, Paris Sizemore of
V. Three Friendly
ckage that fits the pocket
hat fits the pocket-book
amatched blend of
,GINIA and BURLEYTobaccos
BAA T "R.
1you pair of -+
I select yourm
e are not sell
to reduce our
you will find+
.50, which in-.
pfeed up1 and
rom :25.00 to
rom the Mex..
3. A fulli line