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Carle Ikeith and lifre. 'e Js
ia spent Saturday in Gretnvile
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bivetis spe'n
Thursday :in Greenville. . J .
Mr. Hagood Bruce speit K&a'
in Gr'eenylle. ,
Mr. Walt'er Griffipi of ilt
was a business visitor .to .'cit.
Mr. Joe M. Rietson, princ3lial
of the graded school at Norris, spent
last week end in Pickens.
Mrs. Ida Creene, IVMisses.M ry A
Christine Greene of Greenville visited
Mrs. J. C. Carey last week.
Mr. Walter ]Iester of Easley, at
tended the Radio Exposition held in
Atl.nta last week.
Mr. G. A. Porter, of Pickens R2
killetu a fine hog last week weighing
'148 pounds net.
Mr. E. E. Matildin of Greenville
was a visitor to Pickens last Wed
Miss F1-ances Bruce spent a few
days last week at Converse College,
Spartanburg, with Miss Lucy Daniels.
Mr. Ben Justis o f Greenville s Jeng
several days with his parents here
The U. D. C. will meet witl), Mrs.
J. II. Brue Friday afternoon at 3:30
Mrs. Woodruff of Woodruff, "S...
is spending the week with her .ori
Dr. P. E. Woodruff.
Rev. 0. L. Clayton will preach at
Twelve Mile next Third Sunday at
'll o'clock. Also at Salome Metho
Sist church next fourth Sunday at 11
New FORD C
any daig Igrst
-hand and can I
Sdans, Trucks an<
O'D ELL N
o4n Will Find
;c~a for Thtnion
holidays with m
i. BE HAPPY this .Chri stmr n,
a Radio set and hear the -wonder, o
tljq air. For complete -rifoination sec
Walter Heptei, or phone 21.
There will b@ a box stepper at th
Montvale school, house on Frida;
night December- 22nd. Be sure an(
Mr. M. C.\ ith who h een it
New York 'City or th ast month.
is here- to spend h Christmas holi
days with his f ly.
" Miss Cor orter, 'Miss 'Claudir
Welborn,/and Miss Ruth Cannon
spent Siaturday in Greenville shop
Mr. Adams has left the balance of
his buggies with J. D. Hdlder and
Soli .to sell. Come and get you one.
SD. Holder & Sons.
'j'hege were 16,295 bale of cotton,
eef iting round as 'ial5 ales; ginned
in 'ickens County fm the crop of
19. 2 ffrior to Depmher 1, 1922, as
eipated with C'G24 bales ginned to
Depember 1, 1921.
fIhould the Preachers do all the
n nying? What should they pray
f r? Sod'iethings .thnt Paul prayed
f r, Comne, and" express your opinion
i the B. Y. P. U. Wednesday night
t,-7:15, and bring a friend with you.
The friends of Mrs. Gary Hidft'
,will regret to learn that she has been
cenfjped to her bed in Forest City, N.
C.;-foi 'the past week with the, "Flu."
She has almost recovered now, but
her son, Robert is very low with the
same sickness. We wisli for them
both a speedy recovery.
There will be a joint meeting of the
Atheian' and Keowee Literary Socie
ties ' Vriday afternoon, December 22,
122. The public. is cordially invited.
ARS. expected at
lass used cars on
)e bough't right.
ers, -Coupes, Se- (
'Y, s. C.
Me Doing Bus
~me 0id Place
hear. Come and get
arteb, 'and* Heav
b Mrs..W. F. a . The 1
3 o the after was 0e*01
.. re.. J. N ce leader of th
Erram, g a very irstductlv
leason on, this .subject.
SPECIAL NOTf ES
r ONE of the World's greatest ;in
i ventlons "THE RADIO" Buy a se
now. Get the thrill and wonders o
the air. See Walter Hester or phon
LOST-Six months old hound pup
color black, white around neel
white breast and feet, white tip .or
end of tail. F''nder retu:n to W. E
Hendricks, Pickens R1 and receive re.
FOR SALE-One 1 ton Ford truck,
in perfect running condition. Good
bcdy and cab, and tires in good con
dition. Ready for delivery January
1st, 1923. See Phil Sitotn, The Ford
LOST-One white ai.d red spotted
hound dog. One ear split, and left'
hind leg has scar on inside. Fi'nder
return to Jim Poole at the Court
FOI 'PENT-One 2-horse crop,
also onc!ihorse crop to rent on bales.
Goots creek bottom land for corn.
Pee o. L. Morgan, R2 Pickens. 3t
FOR SALE-Pure O. I. C. pigs. It
pays to buy the best. Price $10.Q0
each. T, H. & O. L. Craig, Central,
S. C., R2. 3t
CARBIDE for sale at A. A. Moon's
store cheaper than you can order it.
We are -n the market for twenty
thousand cross ties. Call at oui office
for specifications. We pay cash at
offiee. J. D. Holder and son.
FOR RENT-One small two-horse
c op " r heavy 'one-horse crop, four
miles northwest of Pickens. Apply
to J. Muttie Stewart, Pickens R3, or
We Hr Stowart, Pickens R1.
LOST-One white'.anid red spotted
.ound clog. Finder retuyn to Pickems
Oil Mill and get -eward. 3t
Thoroughbred White Legliorn
Cockerls for sale at $2.00 a piece. Sc
S. C. Boggs, Calhoun, R1. .. 3t
These who . wish a fincy box o
fruit Lor Christmas send money. orde
or check and I'will send the follow
ing: Oranges $3.50 plus express. Or
.anges and Grape Fruit mixed $3.5C
Tanger'nesx, Oranges and (Grape Frui
$41.25. Grape Fruit straight $3.00
Dan Adamns, Eustis, Fla. 3t
If you wvant a good Scofiield Blible
Bible story bocks or oth'er good books
S e Mrs. B. S. Johnsen at Johnson'
live and ten~ cent store.
FOR RENT--One small one-hors<
crop six mniles from Pickens nea
Cross Roads church. Apply to W. I
Baker, Pickens, S. C. a
For. Christmas toys, dlolls, station
ery and variety goods. See Johnson'
5 and 10c store.
.FOR SALE-Fresh, milk cow, se
WV. WV. Aiken, Pickens.
For the next 3(
days I vyill ell Col
lars, Briddles, Bus
gie. harness, Wag
on harness and Lai
Robes, aM at hal:
25 to 30 goot
mules freinr 5 yre
Will ~11at great
ly redt~gd prices
he Road ari all cleaner sy a r
4u1 J p n t s e e d .se i ' :4 1 V
orders fed on all gpod ad vertised.
S$9.00 Stick .'Pins, $i-O to $15.00 -
Books; 5&.tso $2.00 Cuff Links, $1%00 to $15.,, f
Watct1is;$1.50 to $60.00 .Waith Chain, $1.50 to
- -"Gents Sets, $5.00" to $15.00 Belt puckles, $1.50 to -.
;Brooches, $4.50 to $125.00. Rings, $1.00 to $160.00
Wrikt wst lgir swiss, Vanity Cases
LaValiers, $3 to $.;0 Latusca Pearls
I" s- iz" a handsome never w ind clock guaranteed 50 years.
Second pr ze large Mama Doll. Will be given a4t at'~ 9 o'clock Sat t
rat and second numbers drawn, res poectively. With '-Av, cents in ti
"The Rexall Store"
Tife Best I tore
ld of 4 have on hand a car
adHload of Hofr butehering, brood
+ sows shoats. 4
Can be seenat our barn at +
D. G.& Thomas R. O'Dell
BERTY, S. C.
We will make at actv rc
eral & carriges a a sarific
21-1-1 rd fee
e - -
&anacpe Sq $1.50
Stationery 2c OQb
ti P4intal& 'en wit iets.
$1.60 to $10.00
~o~sta 50. to $10.
, +"'~b ;- * . st A ll ,.
irday night, Dec. 23, 1922 to the
ade you get a number.
THE MISSES LONG
iss Florine Long, student of G.
W. C., of Greenville, spent last week
end in to n, thie guest of her-grand
father, . M . J. E. Horton. he was
enroute ba k to G. W. C. fr 1 Cola -
bia where he atteeiile the annualf-,
convention of the colJ es as-'
sociation a a rep ,of the
G. W. C. 1 per, " kebin p."
M iss L ong is gra unte of the BHca
High school Ta has man
here who are
conferred upo her.. iss raco
Long, a sisi of the above Miss
Long, is pl asa tly remembe d in
Belton as a ta i the G. W. 0. play
givin her 1 r, she eing
president of. or class of the
above i . tit n, a id gr'duatine:
from s id institutioi last June, i
now ta -ing a post giaduAte course
in Mt Holyoke college, SoutirHadley,
Mas, ,and is making progress in this
noteil ins,il_.ution. (. TM-Isses Long
are daughters of Did hd Mrs. W.
M. Long of Liberty.-Belton Journal.
and bidles Sev
GREEN~LI E D