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When you buy your school sup plies do not for et to get a good tooth brush and powder or paste as they are important to your chil dren's health as-books, tablets and and pencils are to your children's. education. We can supply you and: supply you well. Your friends, PICKENS DRUG COMPANY The Rexall Store J. N. HALLUM, Prop. & Mgr. Pionse No. 8 II QWX. L*LOWY NEWS DIUNK BOTTS, Editor. -Po 1UK E M ATIHEWNS 1,A'S muli Ie chuirch, is under the weather. fell throgh a crack in the having caught cold while attend Gimlet Creek bridge Wed- ing a Baptist baptizing at Hog nesday morning and cane near Ford last Saturday. drowning. Luke will hereafter Slim Pickens wa- kicked by a -Iride his larger mule. mule Sunday morning just as Frisby Han.'oc-k. who raises he was prepaing t) go to church. the longest u.:,1 :e eviiry However. be dA nc take the in year. now s . -imn vine jurT as be is tar ,that climE ~i ning cu et cold w. *he hard Miss FSli-mPickenswasicd IbI the newme u mrr ada y mo r the bott::..Z I[ Iolew tvr bhe di no i lakethbe Sidne F e' r .cr mi w ha - f f-Wi i. his hair -&-: j4 1en is he f:an the Pr.U etwva we s. will now get his piw: Tia ith it like moje vj'rwj to h tdacksmrritb it is now. -- -. tate up his 1i. Flinm Dillard, who was suppos. cuso foia ct ba ptPem with ed to have passed away wvith I)oc~kHot stomnach trouble in the Calf Ribs Frisby Harnw,:k b und] a lot meighborhoodI last week, was in of strange tra:k in the dJust of RIogwallowv this week and the road one day this wee~k. and biought more bologna sausage. was ab'ouit to call the rural p'o Poke Eaziey has announced liceman), when he le~arned% that his intention to turn out his they were made by Yami Sims mnustache as soon as the muddy while trying 1/> learn t/s ride a weather is over with. ~bicycle. While inspIectingi the grist milil Poke iMazl'*y's co~w Ktrayed off Onl Musket Ridge the other <hiy, 'one (lay this w.eek, and though Isaac Hlellwanger's hat dropped beh. has searched' high 'and low he into the corn) hopper, and he has~ not yet heard fromt her. Hie asks that all who are L'oingz to will make an exhaustive search use corn bread in the next few for her tormorrow. anid will take days to .see if they can findl any along~ one of her trac~ks to trail trace of it. her hv. Cricket Hicks is expecting 1., SIiru, Picken~s anid a Juan from etaltr ina to ays, k~I' the (Calf iis nmeghborhood on ha old the loko tnr ito keep ed in a shooting affray Mon onth lokut fr-t day of this week. 'i'he man The Widow of the Calf ltibw. seermed to have beers the aggres neighborhood will give a moon- sor, and shot at Slim thraeo times light picmec at her home Satuir- but Slim had presee of mind day night, and~ will invite the enough to turn sidewise when e'titor of t he TPick v ille Tlid in gs the shots began comling~ his way. ro tut .he can give it a goodl Crickets Hicks dIon't ses how Writep eveyvoung man can't get his Wahntonu ioks on of hair to tstand roached like that our most venerabe. resid(ents,and( of the clerk at the TJIckyile a member of the Methodist IHotel. T FORD-.-THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan*-made and sold every day in th year. A woman's car In all details; cozy, efined, smart, easy to dIrive. easy to care for. re convenience of an electric car with sturdy endurance and1( Ford economy. The price of the Sedan is $t;451 Uon let, *505 Ruabout, *345; Touring Car, $860; iown Oar, All prices f. o. b. Detroit On display at$I ale by ~,0.L.HENDRIX, ie S. C. [er Crps I LOCAL AND PEVRSONAL Mrs. D.W. Hiott and Miss Ella Hiott are spending this week in Williamston. Hubert Cunningham and G. G. Chris topher of Greer were visitors in Pickens last week. Mrs. W. F. Mauldin and children spent last week with Mrs. J. R. Martin in Easley. Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Hester of At lanta are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Hester. Miss Hattie Earle, who is teaching the Zion summer school just below Eas ley, spent the week-end with her par ents here. Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs raised a beet in his garden this year which weighs twelve pounds. Can anybody beat this beet? ' Eugene B. Gary, chief justice of the supreme court of South Carolina, has been visiting .Judge Tom Joe Mauldin at his home in Pickens. Mr. Arthur Young and Misses Frances an( Catherine [Catheart of Charleston are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. RIA. Hagood in Pickens. Eugene Yongue of Greenville spent the week end-with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yongue. in Pickens. We are requested to announce that children's day services will be held at Twelve Mile church next Sunday, begin ning at 2.30. Everybody is cordially invited. Messrs. L. C. Thornley. M. C.Smith, T. L. Bivens and Hon. Byrd Carey are spending this week in the mountains on the headwaters of Saluda river. Miss Alice Thompson left last week for an extended visit to her sister. Mrs. George Hall. and brother, Willie, in Detroit, Mich. While away she will also visit Chicago and other places of interest. T. J. McDonald and family of Easley was in Picaens Saturday in his new Ford which he has just purchased. Mr. McNmald is an empkiyee of the Easley Progrees and is the only printer in PatzAwk mpunty who owns an automo kev. i. W. fliettt, of Pickeri, and perhapk the widev.t known citizen of tbit e-tioni, was a visitor at the con veton here Tueday. Mr. Hiott i at bwurr* in Belton, having preached in An dersoni county for a number of years. - belton Journal. A. J. Bogga, Jr., was carried to the city hos~pital in Greenville iat Satur day night and operated on for appendi estis early Sunday morning. is many friends will be glad to 'learn that the operation was successful and thai he is on the road to recovery. Misn Vests Aahmnore left last week4 for Chicago for an extended visit tr hier sister, Mrs. I. .J. Carter. Hes many friends will be glad to learn thai se is mnuch improved in health after z recent operatioj for appendicitin in ar Atlanta hospital where nhe has beer for necverasl weeks. We Acknowledge the Corn Mrs ,ewiu Burtnett will please ae cept our thanks for the nice bunch o~ roastfng ears given us. apd chanoesto win pro motion and1~~ advantage of WEBSTER'S ergtMn answers with final author * ty 1ll kInds of puzzling questions gponunla on spozta 1 tune eoSf~ AND A EDITIONS. aWRI66 to en.' eLaid I Announcements. For Magistrate A. S. PORTER is hereby announced as a candidate for re-election as Magistrate of Pickens townthip, subject to the rules of the Democratic party. For Cotton Weigher The friends of FRANK G. ALLGOOD hereby announce him as a candidate for Cotton Weigher at Pickens, subject to the action of the voters in the election of August 19, 1916. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Cotton Weigher at Pickens, subject to the action of the voters in the elec tion of August 19, 1916. N. D. PARSONS. FRED N. JONES is hereby announced as a candidate for Cotton Weigher, subject to the action of the voters in the election of August 19, 1916. SPECIAL NOTICES No'tice iiseriet in this colunn for one eent ai word for first insertioi an( enie-half vet a word for aelh saibseI int uInsertion, For Sale-Two houses and lots in the town of Six Mile. Four f-esh milk cows. All on easy terms. R. G. Gaines, Central, S. C. 16 For Sale- Fine Berkshire Pigs. A. D. Mann, Pickens, S. C., R.F.D.2. 13tf Wanited -Indian relics, large or small quantities spear and arrow heads, beads, pipes, etc., flintlock pistols, pis tols marked C. S.; quantities of used envelopes with Confederate stamps on. Write E. Walters, 1540 N. 58th street, Philadelphia, Penna. 14 We are fi time niaaiket for Butter the year round. Craig Bros. Co. For Male!- Several gtod farms, both large and small, near churches and schools. Prices low. Terms reason able. For further information apply to M. S. Stribling, Seneca, S. C. 14 For %ale-Maxwell tourin car in first-class condition. Will sel or ex change for Ford car or real estate. If interested see me. Jas. P. Carey, Jr. 17 Teaciers Wanted- (1) Men for town and country schools, $60 to $76. (2) Ladies combining music and common school. Unprecedented demand. (3) Grade and high school. Can place all qualified teachers for any the above. Write today. Southern Teachers' Agency, Columbia, S. C. 17 J. ROBT. MARTIN .VTTORNEY %.ND COUNSELLOR .T LAW,' e:tER~Y ISJROAD AND MIE% STREETR R~EENVLES. C. PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS Poes ( fl e . 404. McSwain & Craig LAWYERS ractice in State and Federal Courti Greenville Offipe Phone 210 Piekens Office Phone 39 - Littleton College A well-establIshed, well-e~quiippe and very prosperous school foi girls and young women. Fall term begins Septembe1ic 20, 1916. For catalogue, address J. M.Rhodes, Littleton, N.( This Week! We 'will receive a car of Corn and Feed Will be glad to supply your needs. Come ir and- see what we hav( 'when in town. Pig~ for sale. Morris & Company, Old Postoffice Building. Porter's Pressing Clul Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing,.AM tering, Etc. Sultsp are sent for and delivered whei protnieed and the work is done by al ex perit. Work guaranteed. Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaninj and pressing, 50c suit;,dry cleaning,. $ suit.. Special attention given to ladifes We appreciate your patronage. 5B. B. PORTER, Proprietor, Af Porter's Barber Shop. S,7, The Ellis Farm ForSale I offer for sale farm located near Pickens, formerly owned by George A. Ellis. For price and terms write or telephone A. L. MILLS, Fourth National Bank, GREENVILLE, S. C., or H. E. SEABORN,. at Hoobs-Henderson Co's. Store, PICKENS, S. C. THE KEOWEE BANK PICKENS, S. C. Saf S aund and Progressive We solicit your banking business and will show you every cuurtesy and conveniet-ce consistent with sound'bankiug prin ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits. J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier. Telephones on Farms at Low Rates If there is no telephobne on your farm write for our Free Blooklet telling how you may get Service at 50 cents per month ead up. A postal wig do! Add~ ess: Farmess' Line Department. SOUTHERN BELL TEILEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY Box 129, GreenvIlle, S. C HowtheYearsDoRol Again we find ourselves in another canning sea sion whether there is much to can or not. There are some things, however, that we will need for winter that can be Baved. We are ready to - supply you with Fruit~ Jars, Rings and Tops. We sell the tops for economy; jars also. Have you tried the White Crown Tops for Mason Jars? They are an improvement on the old way. Let us show you how they Work. We also have Rings for White Crown Tops. PLENTY OF JELLY GLASSES Lunch Baskets for' the children, and Hats, too, j for the boys and girls. They have about worn their old ones out. (iet them a new one before school begins. Remember, we are in the market for butter all the time, regardless of the weather. Come to see us and bring what you have to sell. CRAI~G BROS. 'COMPANY Pickens, S. C.