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We Are Now S ft W 4 est in White Foot wear and WiU dto Show You. We are pleased to announce to our friends. in Pickens county that our stock of Shoes and Ox fords for summer. wear is the most. complete and hand somest that we have,: over shown. We sell nothing but footwear, and each member of (his firm and every salesman in -.the store makes a special study of Shoes and Shoe-fitting. Therefore we are not onlry enabled to buy cor rectly, but we are able to fit shoes correctly. We will take pleasure in helping you to find just the shoe - wihich will fit your feet and suit you. We offer you a service which is hard to find elsewhere. We have a lot of customers in Pick ens county and we are proud of taem. They are increasing yearly nd we believe it is due to the hon st values and' courteous treatmentl Ve always give them. RIDE, PATTON & TILMAN Greenvile, S.' C. o..). Ic"WAIN J*. ROBT. MARTIN McSwain & Craig ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR CORNER BROAI ANT) M AINSTREETS tice in State and Federal Courts PRACTICE IN AlL. COUIRT8 2 7 e "'~Phones 17 %3~ 14.2. 1E T11 lainOWE E BANK PICKENS, S. C. Safe, Sond and Progressive We solicit your banking business and will show you every .uirtesy and convenie ce consistent with- sound bankiug prin :9les. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits. J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier. i The Place to Get Most ! For Your Produce is At HENDRICKS' n YWe Pay N 20c per pound for Fryers M 10~c pound for Hensn $ 30c for Roosters E $1.00 a bushel for corn n Greenville market for eggs. i 6 At present I am paying 24c doz. Q n 18c pound for nice cured hams in 1 am offering some good values 6 u in dress goods. A lot of odds and zr Sends to go at cost. nYour p atronage is always ap- n Spreciated. eJ. W. NIENDRICKS M Candidtaes' ciads Insertei In ibis ioluxdn for Five DollA each, invariably in advauge. For Congress I annpunce myself a candidate for Congrop from the Third Congressional District oSouth Carolina, subject to the rul esof the Democratic party. JOHN A. HORTON. I am a candidate for Congress from the Third Congressional district, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. A. H. DAGNALL. I announce myself a candidate for Congress from the Third district. I will abide the rules, regulations and results of the Democratic primary. HENRY C. TILLMAN. FRED DOMINICK IS A CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT TO TIlE RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. For Solicitor I announce my candidacy for Solicitor of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, sub ject to the rules and results of the Dem ocratic Primary election. J. ROBT. MARTIN. I am a candidate for Solicitor of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit and pledge myself to abide the result of the Dem ocratic rimary and to support the nom inees of same. JNO. M. DANIEL. H. H. HARRIS is hereby announced as a candidate for Solicitor of the Thir teenth Judicial Circuit, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. I announce my candidacy for Solicitor of the 18th judicial circuit, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. J. D. LANFORD. For Representative The many friends of W. CLARENCE MANN hereby announce him as a candi date for the House of Representatives, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the House of Representatives from Pickens County, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. Platform: In favor of the state tak ing guano out of the hands of the spec ulator and placing it in its own hands to protect the farmer and itself. Not in favor of either the child labor law nor compulsory education. W. H. Cox. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the House of Representatives from Pickens county, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. W. E. FINDLEY. The many friends of J. $. LEOPARD hereby announce him as a candidate for tht House of Representatives, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. The many friends of D. E. GARRETT hereby announce him as a candidate for the House of Representatives from Pickens County, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary election of 1916. For Clerk of Court 0. S. STEWART is hereby announced as a candidate for the office of Clerk of Court of Pickens county, subject to the rules and regulations of the Democratic party in the primary election of 1916. I am a candidate for the office of Clerk of Court of Pickens county, sub ject to the rules of tho Democratic party. J. L. BOLT. I am a candidate for Clerk of Court of Pic'.ens county and pledge myself to abide the result of the Democratic pri mary and support the nominees of same. B. T. MCDANIEL. For Sheriff -At the solicitation of a few friends I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Pickens coun ty, subject to the r.ules of the- Demo cratic primary. W. ANDERSON LOOPER. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election as Sheriff of Pickens county, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. R. R. ROARK. For Auditor. H ENRY A. TOWNES is hereby announc ed as a candidate for Auditor of Pickens county, subject to the rules of the Dem ocratic primary. I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of Auditor of Pickens County, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. N. A. CHIRISTOPHIER. For Treasurer I am a candidate for Treasurer of Pickens county, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. OLAR T. HINTON. For Superintendent of Education I hereby announce myself a candidate for County Superintendent of Educa tion of Pickens county, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. F. VAN CLAYTON. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Superintendent of Education of Picken. county, subject to the Demo cratic primary. C. L. CRAIG. W. S. RICHIBOURG is hereby announced as a candidate for the office of Superin tendent of Education of Pickenu County, subject to the rules of the Democratic primary. County Board to Meet First Monday The Countyv Board of Commissioners will meet Monday, .July 3, instead of Tuesday, which is the segular day for the meeting. Tuesday being a legal holiday, the meeting will be held on Monday. All persons having business before the board will govern themselves accordingly. J. B. CRAIG, Supervisor. W. L. MATHIENY. Clerk. Death'.Of 6ef..Gaee Jeff M. Glaner, whose deatb oceurred ro cently, Was born nearfatda', N. C., February 20, 1891. He moven with hie father's felp)g(9 the Cross Roads steoen of tgis county in - gg0.' After attending school 'a( Pickens till 1910ekeh went to North Carolina and clerked ialstois at Rosman end lirevard till September, 1911. Fren that date till 1914 Mr.' Glazener sold bos successfully. April 28, 1916, he enlisted in the United States army at Oglethorpe, Ga. May 6 of that yeur he was assigned to Co. M., 28th Infantry, at Galveston, Texas, where he was trained for his country's service as a soldier. is company.was ordered to Los Ebanos, 'Tex., on account of the trouble with Mexican bandits and lie was drowned at this place while swim. ming in the Rio Grande river May 21, 1916. The body was shipped home and was interred at Cross Roadschurch the following Saturday, the funeral being conducted by Rev. Fulton Chil eress, the pastor. Mr. Olazener leaves many friends to mourn his untimely death, and the members of his family have the sympathy of the entire com. munity. X. . Tribute of Respect On June 3, 1910, the life of Mrs. Armathine bieCord was called to the Great Beyond. We, the woman's Missionary Society of the Liberty Baptist church, deeply feel tLe loss of our be. loved sister and co-worker. We wish to extend to the bereaved family out heartfelt sympathy and send to them a copy of these resolutions; also, a page of our minute book be kept to the memory of her as one who. in active life, served so faithfully as president of the society, and in later years was no less inspiring, although physically not able to be often present. MRS. L. A. TANNERY, MRS. W. M. LONG, M ISS CARRIE HUTCIIINS. Death of Little Willie Massingale June 6, 1910, the death angel entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Massingalo and claimed for Heaven Little Willie Vernon, aged two years and three months. He was a sweet child loved by all. lie was laid to rest in Golden Creek cemetery, funeral services being cons ducted by Rev. It. '. Atkinson. Angell called thee. little darling, From all care and pain away To the realms of joy eternal, To that land of purest day. We will miss thee, oh, so sadly; No sweet cherub now to kiss, luit we'll meet thee, little darling, . In the Home of per feet bliss, i11s SiST1'Elt. Death of Little Ruth Hunt News came to us Friday of the unexpected death of little Ruth, flve-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Hunt, of the Mt. Carmel community. She died early Friday morning. "Death loves a shining .mark," and when the death angel carried the soul of dear little Ruth away it bereft of one whom we loved. It pain ed those who loved her to give her up, but all things work together for them that fear God. We feel that the beautiful bud that has been plucked will bloom and be an ornament in the flower gardens of He6aven. Burial took place at Mt. Carmel. where the funeral was preached Saturday morning at II o.clock by Rev. W. L Coker. She is survived by her father and mother and the following sisters; Frances, Fdnal Grace and Sara lens, and one brother, Wesley lunt. We extend to them our sincerest sym pathy. Vital Statistics Pickens Township The following births are recorded in Pickens township since May 16, by B. S. Johnson, regis. trar of vital statistics: 'T'o J. P.Cassell and wife of route3, a boy on the 16th. F". 11. Watson and wife of route 3, a girl on the 16th. J1. S. Porter and wife, a girl on the 22d. W. TI. Cassell and wife, a boy on the 21st. 11. A. Mauludii and wife, a boy on the 22d. L. A. Crow sand wife of the Pickens mill, a boy on thd 22d. J1. A. McCall and wife, a girl on the. 25th. Sam C. Lewis and( wife of route 2, a boy on the 28th,. 'T. B. Burns and wife, a boy on the 29th. IR. It. Stephenson sand wife, a girl on the 31st. TF. A. Simmons and wife, a girl on .June 1. J. V. Childs and wife, a boy on the 6th. T1. L Ihivens and wife, a girl on the 9th. M. 0. Looper andi wife, a gIrl on the 14th. SPECIAL lNOTICES Notices Inserted inm this columin for 0one cent a word for first insertion and eano-half cent a word for each subs)equnIt insertion. WVanted-A good live man to rep resent us in Pickens and adjoining coun ties in selling monumental and cemetery work. A good proposition for the right man. Address Owen Bros. Marble & Granite Co., Greenwood, S. C. 8 We are in tihe .i mrket for Butter the year round. Craig Bros. Co. For~ale-Booking orders for 0 I C igs for delivery about April 20. .Pure Hereford bull calf for sale at once. 0. L. Craig, Central R.F.D. No. 2; L. H. Craig, Greenville, S. C. 47tf This Week! We will receive a car of Corn and Feed. Will be glad to supply your needs. Come in and see what we have when in town. Pigs for sale. Morris & Company, Old Postoff ice Building. Oh, You Know! Anderson Intelligencer. Old Colonel Chigger is in our midst again. -Pickens Sentinel. What part of your anatomy is that, brother? WindowShades Etc.; iny$; For several ths Window-66 Shades have ben hard to get. The Shades we bought for early spring deliveryhave just arrived. Call and see our line. We also carry. Curtain Poles (oak finish), 15c each, two for 25c. Curtain Goods! We have on hand a splendid assortment of Curtain Goods from 10c to 25c per yard. Come to see us. CRAIG BROS. COMPANY Mr.-Car Owner THIS IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR FORD PARTS Also Seat Covers, Gasoline, Oil, Grease, Metal Polish, Carbide, Auto Soap, Cement, Batteries, Radiator Hose, i Valve Cores, Tire Tape, Spark Plugs, Headlight Globes, : Tire Chains, Blowout Patches, Blowout Shoes, Goodyear " Casings and Tubes, Fisk Casings and Tubes. "TANKII" the gasoline purifier. Come in and let 44h untr cr.~ us tell 'ou about "KORKER" the pncture cure. "BLUE STREAK" Bicycle Tires for the boys. If we haven't got what you want, we will take pleasure in getting it for you. If you live out of town, make our shop your head quarters when you come to town. We will treat you right. Pickens Garage Phone No. 72 GUY McFALL, Manager Porter's Pressing Club - _ ____ Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al- OTIUI trnEtc. Write me and I will explain teringhow I was cured in 4 days of a ,Suits are sent for and delivered When severe case of Piles of 40 years' pfdmised and the work is done by an standing without pain, knife or okkert. Work guaranteed. Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning detention from business. No and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1 one need suffer from this die suit. Spec'ial attention given to ladies' ease when this humane cure suis apeityorptoaecan be had right here in South Weapreiae ou ptrnae Carolina. R. M. JOSEY, B. B. PORTER, Proprietor, Route 4. -Lamar, S. C. At Porter's Barber Shop. ,.-,*.'*..- .in - J. L. HUGHES Blacksmithiny andl Repair Work Rubber Tire Work We are doing all kinds of Rubber Tire Work on Buggies and Carriages. If you need any new Rubber Tires put on your buggy or carriage. drive in while we have on hand a fresh new supply of Kelley Springfield Rubber Tires right from the factory, known everywhere as the best rubber made. They will mnake your buggy last much longer. Besides, you get more comfort in ridingt on them. We also can chauge your steel tire buggy and make you a rubber tire out of it. We are still doing other Blacksmith work of all kinds. Drop in and see us. We will make you good prices on y[ .db J. L. H UG HE S 10 Pickens, S. C.