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All ave To Eat
Why not uISC the beSt Flavorig Extracts?
They are no higher than the poo " onc s.
Lots cf Vanilla Extrnct is miade f roni Coal Tar p1r-loducts. Ours is
Iadc frem pure Vanila I and t it' goone.:m cies out in the cooking.
I oz 15- oz 25c, .oz, 50e.--l'se o nc half as much.
R. E. Lowis, Prop Phone 24
You Wi!1 Find e Doing Bus
Ines a Se Same Old Place
and I' you want the highest prices for
produce, bring it to me.
I am paying
I c per lb. for hens.
2 15c per lb. for fryers up to 65c.
10.0 per lb. for old roosters.
2e e)r lb. for dry hams.
2. 00 Bu. Fv bunch peas.
$2.25 a d i eas.
G m ket or eggs.
Yos )or trade,
H Ecma e toch of Pec Gee RE-NU-LA C
transwrmu scrat':hed and marred furniture
making; it 1oc;~ ike the day it left the store.
It seasiy and ma.,.pens'ive~ to keep everytinog about the
hemIe briglia and beautiful with
'I ~ Yo canl obtain the finest res~ults with
I 7 Ce NU-Aonwdor
-x ea Gee lRE-NU-.AC comers in all
' ~ ~ -sizes from 30c up. Madte in 20
Wie, Cold end Silvir.me ooe
Peaslee--Gaulbert Co., Mfrs.
3Louieville - - Kentucky
A sk For Color Card
PICKENS LUf@BER Co
1'c~aII's Garage. Pickens.
F~ISK( TriRES, TPIIATl GOOD) CUL G I.'( Io~Ni-:. OIL~S ANDJ (GmNSES
OF ALL, INDS, CIIAMPION SPA R K PL.UGS, A LL. KINDIS OF ACCES..
SOI1ES. AUTOMOBILE; R EPA IRI NG.
Mrs. Olive Nealy Cochran is the
guest of Mrs. H-. A. Nenly.
A1sls Nan Newton spent last week
end with friends and relatives at
"The manly thing is to do with
might and main What you can do."
Mrs. R. E. Day and son of Pendle
ton are visiting at the home of Mrs.
W. C. Newton.
31rs. J. L. Valley and daughter,
Miss 1argaret spent last Sunday with
relatives at Pendletonl.
AIr. and Mrs. Ebb Field and chil
Il-en spent Ist Sundey With the
fan-iy of Chief Nealy.
MIr. Ilenry Williams or Donalds and
... .ld C Ilodges., were here on
businer; lat Alonday.
rs. W. P. Hv.i ,.n and daughter
Herthw. are en a viit to the home of
.%Itr. Charlos at Conaste.
P~1. Pa1 Patton and family or
Eair-lcy Wele guev'.s of Mrs. N. D.
I.im-nlse on d las Slbbat'I.
T'Franeis Acke. of nevr Eas
Iey rer:kn1:. visite I vt the homl0e of
hr1 un.,el Mr.. B. P1. Lailoon in Pick
Ov.nmore pr- cll'ent penalty will be
ad<Ied to state an1 county taxes 3May
1, niakil a total (.alty of ( per
Air. d Alrs. Sami IP. Craitg an1.1
childrven and h.Adba Aiuxander
v isited, ini \Walim0 .t Sat nturd.y and
'1r. :ml iirs. .ohn Carey are now
or-wyi::oms in thet unlique bulin
.f i U7s K h Glassy Alouni
RZ v. J. C. 0-: and family. '11r.
1B< rT nw,- ma Ir. Dar1-ey aIttende'd
the i . E. S. S. Confe:rence :in1 Green
ville Inst Sunday.
\r. ain l Mrs. Alack Chrlvistoniher of
A n.1 i n m a p:n I y of their frien(L;
wer vi-o.' hast Suni'lay at the homlie
o f Ju.<'- ''hr.soner.
M1 3. i . -w -I-! 3 !J.Lz
:: T .uaple, . irA ~ ler l le'-ently
1 d at t ' em o f ''.. and 1i's.
.1 . i A.-,. as.
Th ) mrti' ih at Simpson
vil!e has p1.d.1cd itself to assist .Vo
mell v W1r1:m 1 i re.o u. ions are
by realing2 their adl in this lpper.
Mlany Pic'kens; county haseball fans
are a ttening the games in Grteenville'
iach da :. P'racticailly all of them
are pulling for ( Gietnville to win th'
The res t room of Fo(lger, Illen -
drcs& Co, is pri0Vovg a po)pular
ph1e forChi vi sitIi n ladlies in Piecens
and many a t tak ing ad vantaige of it.
All wePlcome)( any day.
1n the Pic'kens C'ounty Text ile
basebaI~ll leauguie last Saturday P'ienes
wVas def'ated by t he C'entr'al teaum
?' ta .* Th'le Iahley 3lill team~ was
dlefeaIted by, G!ceoud .1 to 0.
.Ml s ' an P rter anl .Alys. (. I-.
v:,ith have h:~n(i 'le d teach(eral fo
Vni und a Gui Canr will I each t he
neat I. entr\ale du;inE: t he in st teI
I lns1 enunt'.* -n hare( . stit pen.
si1on money fori Co'nfeera'uteI'' vi itn
'lnl a widow hs a ie:i and may'L h..
ing' on Prohnte .hlde l'hri I'bs
Th'l amoun't a nt t his county)i wa
Tlhe' old folkn inging' c<.n'.:'
w~ill umee;~ whh b Ph uamtIII li 1hurch
the fifth Sunday, hee1ini.a
is (' ex Ae.-ted to be ihl '. Pt:a.
vi es WI. C. T1. .. . h
day o \aero tor a''ti'.th(itisoI
In imneed t is sid et- tha she
y: peole'sa had :. l.nda eml
Mrs. C. T. Wooten of the child
placing b'ureau of Columbia was in
Pickens last Week.
Scveral cf our citizenis bavo been
quite busy for the last few days go
inig to the U. S. corL in Greenville.
Dr. Glymph, the leading eyesight
specialist of Anderson, will be here
agamin next week. Read his ad in
MIrs. Irvin liller has been in a fee
ble condition of health for quite a
while. Her many friends hope for
her' a speedy recovery.
Rev. Leo Gillespie and daughter,
Dorothy of Spartanburg spent several
days last week with his parents Mr.
and Jles. J. M. Gillespie.
Mr. I.oyd (raindy and Dr. Tucker
of this place had a most ielightful
trip; to Whitewater, Cashier's Valley
and .ake Fairfield last week.
Mr's. M. A. Boggs, who has been
with her two sons in Saviannah for
the past three molths is back in
tor-ni, mulh to th.- .leasure k f her
Rev. and Mrn. .1. C. Digegs, Mir. 1111
's. J11hn Craig and M iss Sadie
Criai! ittenilded the cloing exerceises
of the Pah"stive school last Friday
nikht. Rev. .1. C. Dings made the
comec111111eiOment addrclSs for this prog
Sheiif Rork 'recntly' notified
U'nit 2d States officials in Creeivil le
1!(t to se, an m1: cre l deral pri
soners to Ihe P kns e(.1unty jail a's
the jail is 'ull now. The same is
true of Grenville,Andersen, Spar
tanhur m: Greuv.'cod Jails.
Tl'he e int'l hasrectived a plen
didly writ teni oh(itiary notice o' the
denth of as. Mcl). C!appell which
sad ev'nt Oicurred April 23. As
it was r'eeivel too late for publica
tio:n thI: week it will appear in next
The W. 1. U. of the Pickens as
sociaticn will hold a quarterly ineet
in- here on die fir.ist Sunday in May
instead of the fiftli Sunday in April
as anoe11011'd in 1a4 weeks paper. It
ik honed that all B3aptist e'hurehes in
this asseeintion will sendII delegates to
this miv. ionu. It will open at 2:30
1) m., ai'.d tine. suIbjctt for Study will
I.e 'P ay r.
A business letter from Rev. J. C.
Disegs, the popular. and'efficient pas
tor of our church at Pie.kens, contnins
th se interesting itenis of uews con
cerning the progress of his work:
Rev. J. M. Steadman was with us
Ap~ril 2nd. He g!-ave us a splendid 1
sernic and held our second quarter
ly confe rence at the close of the ser
vice. We have a class of nine Sun
day school pupils who are to be re
ceived into the church on Easter Sun
day morning. Our Sunday school
is to observe Sunday school day oil
April 30th. The salaries are prac
tically paid to date, and the Educa
tional and Centenary pledges are paid
100 per cent to (late. There have
been twelve additions to the church
since conference. We pray for our
editors every day.
(Note that splendid Education and
Centenary record at Pickens. Iow
iny other chuiices in the twc con
ferences can equal it ? But if pos
sible at Pickens, why not at other
A largo number of the members
of the U1. ). C. will attend the Dis
t:iti ('onfecice of this or!ganiv.ation
to be hlid at Clemnon on Saturday
th 21) inst. On the ev4'ning of Fri
(lay the 2(th ii ref-option wvill he given
111 dele;;:t s and State cfficers at
th hiim o lrs 1). W. Daniel.
In a new package
At a price that j
- The same unmatcl
nlnvilymii.! w e will e ive cach eri
th1 eacch ten ($10. 00) dellars spin tit
0'd; you need and at the prie' y'.n (:
of' free sugar go*.-- withi anythIingh
cutnend hard stoe h-uit this ofl :i
s acnd patterns.
e(.mple(t(e stock o C menu's. young~ men'
nd1 worik shoes, eo I lars, ties andc hl)ts
s, sh oes, (orsets, brass iers, ando tin. ni
I d1. Children's d resses, rom m, mi,
(it o ladies Hanad,.Trimmnaned hat.:. Buat <
s Assured and Low Prices a Ccrtaini
A. & DAJ
;sors to T. L Benson
FORD SALES SHOW 4 APID IN
Ford retail sales showed a rapid
increase in volume during March,
soys a report from the Ford Motor
Company, I)etroit, and have, necessi
tated thc building of 101,164 Ford
cars and trucks in April in order to
mcet the requirements.
This is the largest output of Ford
cars ever scheduled for April, being
10,000 above the same month of a
year ago. It also marks an early
opening of the spring and summer
buying and seems to indicate that.
even more Ford cars and trucks will
be sold in 1922 than in 1921, which
was a banner year.
Orders for Ford cars and trucks
have already exceeded the supply in 7
many parts cf the country an , -.4
chasers are finding it neeIIssar. . to
accept deferred delivery. The ,r, Id
factery at Detroit is.. getting i n1to
capacity production as fast as pot ssi
ble, with the hope of preventin g a
similar shotage when the spri' ig
summer rush b(ins.
Ford dealers throughout the Unit ed
States are urging Ford cust omera tv I
place their orders early and thus pvre
vent the possibility of having to -Xzait
The Picecns Township Singi'I con
vention will mwet with BPthlehem
Church the fifth Sunhlv afterlVnoonI at.
-eleven cigar ttes
Three FI-e dly
that fits the pocket
ts the pocket- book
ted blend of
and BURLEY Tobaccos
stOmer( freie ten
I'r for mercehan
II afTord to pay,
od In the new~
(west style andI
dyV suits, .shoes.
riek Patterns in
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