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SOUTHERN4 BAPTIST CONVENTION, CHATTANOOGA, TENN., MAY
12th-18th, 1921. 'TC . a. t of South Carolina: For "the purpose of furnishing ample acdommodations and a con fortablo journey for the delegates and others of South Carolina, who will attend the Southern Baptist Convention, Chattanooga, Tenn., May 12-18, 1921, the Southern Railway will provide through day coaches and pullman sleeping cars from Charleston, Columbia, Spartanburg and other points as may eb required. The cars will be attached to Carolina Special and handled through to Knoxville, and from there by special train, on the following convenient schedule: Wednesday, May 11th. Lv. Charleston 7:30 a. m. "Carolina Special" Lv. Summerville 8:20 a. m. Lv. Pregnalls 9:15 a. m. Lv. St. George 9:31 a. m. Lv. Branchville 10:17 a. m.. Lv. Orangeburg 10:55 a. m. Lv. St. Matthews 11:24 a. m. Ar. Columbia 1:00 p. m. Lv. Columbia 1:15 p. M. Lv. Alston 2:01 p. in. Lv. Carlisle 2:52 p. m. Lv. Union 3:20 p. m. . Lv. Spartanburg 4:50 p. m. Lv. Asheville 8:00 p. m. Central Time. May 12th. Ar. Knoxville 12:25 a. m. Lv. Knoxville 1:00 a. m. "Special Train" Ar. Chattanooga 6:00 a. in. upy sleeping cars until 7:00 a. in. ining car service for dinner and supper. Breakfast at Chatta he above schedule will afford most convenient connection at Co lurr Alston, Carlisle, and Spartanburg from all parts of the state; there by ling the entire party to travel together in comfort through the "La f the Sky," the most beautiful mountain section of western North Caro Is arrangement meets with the unreserved endorsement of many leadin ptists with whom we have conferred. We therefore earnestly solicit atronage of all who expect to attend this convention and will gladly e railroad and pullman fares from any point apon request. Special uced fares have been applied for. e Southern Railway also affords very convenient schedules to and from ( attanooga via Atlanta and will be glad to furnish full information to tho who prefer this route. Special attention will be gvien to the return movement and througl cars will be operated to points in South Carolina as may be needed. For more detailed information and pullman reservation apply to any passenger representative below named. Very respectfully, W. E. McGee Division Passenger Agent. R. W. Hunt S. H. McLean Di.trict Passenger Agent District Passenger Agent Charleston, S. C. Columbia, S. C. R. C. Cotner G. W. Carter District Passenger Agent District Passenger Agent Spartanburg, S. C. Augusta, Ga. A. J. Lee City Passenger and Ticket Agent Greenville, S. C. I- o e-Io Iaoe oayolesmoo-e .The Old Reliable LEWIS' TONIC STOCK POWDER Is Reliable. Everybody that Bought it Tells us so. LEWIS' WHITE SALVE Does Just What we Say it Will do-Cures Sores and Burns. In fact, this is a Reliable Drug Store. We don't give something for nothing, but 1we do give you full value for every cent you spend with us.g Ten Years in Pickens. 4 KEOWEE PHARMACY. R. E. LEWIS, Prop. and Mgr. OomoinmeOomo~eomo ammn m mO Tire setting, all spiked wheels-- - ------.--_-----_-..---.---.--.._-$5.00 per set Tire setting, all bolted wheels- --- --- --- ----- ---------....--.$.5 per set All wood wvork in proportion. All plowv work..-----------------------_---.----------.---.-10c each Sweeps..------------- --. - - ---.--------------.-......-.-10 to 35c each Acetylene Welding (lone. All work guaranteed. We offer for a limited time to burn carbon and grind valves on all solid head six cylinder motors $8.00. All solid head four cylinder motors $6.00. Auto axle and spring work done. Buggy rubber tire work done for $16.00. Horse Shoeing - . - - ----.-..-.s ..15 .All work strictly cash. We will take corn or peas on wvork at the market price. HUGHES BROTHERS At J. L. Hughen old stand. PICKENS, S. C. :Pickens Cabinet Works SASH-DOORS-MOULDINGS. We have a nice line of Screen Doors ~1and~ Windows, Ice Boxes, Porch Swings, 'etc. Let us make you a price on your wants.3 VINELAND DOTS.. There wasn't any services at Mt. Carmel Sunday, the pastor failing to come. We suppose it being so uin likely with roads so bad. The roads in this burg are needing some at tention. The.re has been some' cheap cotton planted, if only Mr. Jack Frost won't visit it. The frost on the 12 did some damage to gardens and fruit. J. K., son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. McAdams, is confined to his bed with a light case of pneumonia. Mr. Richard Harrison bas been sick for the last few days. Hope he will be able to be at work soon. Junior McAdams is improving slowly after a long and worrisome case of pneumonia. The many friends of Mr. G. W. McAdams did him a kind favor the 12th inst. by plowing a half day. With a dozen plows moving they did a lot of work. We hope he can have his son to work soon. Misses Mertie and Lois Millenton and Amie Davis spent last Sunday, the 10th, with 'Mrs. Veda Duncan near Dacusville. All report a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Davis and chil dren, of near Greenville, spent Sun day night, the 10th, with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Mc A dams. Mrs. Ballenger and daughter and Mrs. B. Skelledton, of near Cross well, were the evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Skeledton on the 12th. Little Mildred Hunt spent last week at her grandparents, Mr. and IMrs. .John Jones, of Dacusville. 31iss Maxie Davis spent the night with Mrs. Veda Duncan on the 13th. Mr. and 1irs. A. E. Julian and children, of the Lathem section, vis ited their many friends in our section Sunda'." and Sunday night. M1r. and Airs. F. C. McAdams and c hildrcii p nt Sunday, the 10th inst., with the latter's cousins, .\Ir. and irs. e t1ay, in the Crosswell sec tion. Alr. and 1r.,. H. E. Alexander spent last, Thun..day night with M r. and 1rs. W. 11.:. Balhvin, of G reenville. Mis; Setta Fay Chapman spellt Suniday with Mlisses 2lertie and Lois Millenton. \l r. and Mirs. .Julius Thomas were the evening guests at -Mr. and Mrs. J. 1). Freeman's recently. Of coarse it is some trouble to keep up th our good friend, Miss M1t.gie Ferguson, but her recent visit that was any distance, was at hei aunt's, Mrs. Newt Christopher, at Pickens. School will close at Vineland Fri day, the 23rd. Miss Osrie Carpen ter has been prncipal with Mrs. Veda Duncan assistant. There has been a successful term and we hope it will continue so with the future terms. There wvas a singing at Mr. and Mrs. Earle Day's Sunday evening. We keel) noticing in the papers that there will be an early relief to the broken hearted farmers, but it seems it won't come soon enoug'h. We have been without money so long though. maybe wve can continue. Maybe this will escape Mr. W. B., so will say adieu. Diana. BIG AUCTION SALE OF FURNI TURE. Entire stock of furniture of E. L. &3 G. B. Hamilton will again be placed on the auctin block Saturday after noon, April 30, at 3 :30 and 7 :30 Sat urday night and throughout the fol lowing week at 3:30 and 7 :30 p. im. daily. Sale for colored peop~le only at 11:00 a. in. to 1 2:00 daily. This will be your opplortunity to get some real bargrains. Everything in the furni tur2 line wvill be sold to the highest bidder. Mr. C. W. Ferguson, the entertain ing auctioneer, / will againi be in charge of the sale. Those of you who attciede the last auction sale will remember that our sales are en tertaining as wvell as profitatble to the buyer, as some of the ladies dlescrib ed it, "better than the picture show." Everybody inivitedl to comii'. The ladies have a speccial invita ton to these sales. Comfortable seats wvill be arranged for all. Come, rain or shine, as5 the sale wvill be on the inside of the building. Chairs wvill be placed on our first floor to accommodate the crowd. Valuable prizes will be g'iveni away at each sale. A SPECIAL prize will be given away at the close of the sale to the one holding the lucky number. This article wvill be an nounced later. Remember, every body over' sixteen attendling the s;ale wvill be given a free chance at the prize whether you buy or not. K(eep th edates in mind and be onl E. L. & G. B. IHamilton, Easley, S. C. American Auction Co. C. W. F"er gunsnn in chnage To the First Trade I' 50 Persons presenting this coup:)tl we will give fre. a generous samiple of Dr. LoGear's Stock Powder or Dr. LeGear's Lice Killer They are the personal prescrip tions of Dr. L. ). Le*car. for 29 years Anerica's foremost 'veerin arian and EIxpert Poultry Breedler a Come at once before samples are gone \. ;s PICKENS DRUG COMPANY Pickens, S. C. Renew your health by purifying your system with Quick and delightful re lief for biliousness, colds, constipation, headaches, and stomach, liver and blood troubles, The ge.nuirie are sold only in 35c packages. Avoid imritation:s. JAY M. ABBOTT Funeral Director and Embalmer Phone No. 5 LIBERTY, S. C. J. R. Martin J. H. Earle Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C. MARTIN & EARLE Attorneys-at-Law. Practice In All Courts. Pickens Offiee in Court House. Greenville Officee opposite Postoffice, Phone 404. T G' OOD nd al yor Aye .acce o0' profit, and ( o you. Kodak Films Developed by Expertsc ODOM-SCHADE OPTICAL CO. A. A. ODOM, A. H. SCAl)DE,. I President Sec'y. & Treas.. Consulting Optometrists. Masonic Temple, Greenville, S. C. CLEMSON TIGERS BASEBALL SCHEDULE 1921. A pril 27, Presbyterian College, atI Clemson. May 4, N. C. State, at Clemson. I May 5, Carolina, at Clemson. May 6, Wofl'ord, at Spartanburg. May 7, Presbyterian College, at i Clinton. May 11, Erskine, at Due West. May 12, Newberry, at Newberry. I May 13, Carolina, at Columbia.| M~y 14, Carolina, at Columbia." Is full upon us once more, and during this time of low price cotton it is more import. ant than ever before that you do your spring trading where you get MORE GOODS FOR LESS MONEY. I have a fresh and complete line of spring goods that were bought at the right price, and I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY on most anything you want to buy. A new lot of Ladies' Hats arriving weekly. They come in the newest and most up-to-date styles. In our Dress Good's Department you will find most anything you want and at an amazingly low price. A nice lot of men's ladies' and chil dren's Oxfords. I have a new line of men's and boys' Clothing at prices to correspond to low price cotton. Remember that I make a specialty of produce and pay the Greenville market for same. Your Trade is Appreciated Here. J. W. HENDRICKS. THE PICKENS RAILROAD COMPANY. Schedule No. 19 supersedes Schedule No. 18.-Effective February 7th, 1921, 12:01 a. m. MIXED STATIONS No. 1 No. 2 Dist. No. 3 No. 4 1:00 a 11 12:00 m t? ) .v. I'icl'e.ns, S. C. Ar. 9:15 a n 4:00 p m 1:05 : m 12:05 p m * I Ferguson 9 :10 a In 3:55 p in 1:15 a m 12:15 p m1 *:- Sherifl's 9:03 a in 3:50 p m 7:20 a in 12:20 p m * i5 'ar:sons I) :00 a n 3:45 p in 7:25 a mn 1'2:25 pm * 7 Arial 8:55 a in 3:35 p m 7:30a in 12:30 p m1 * 8 :ludin 8:50 a in 3:30 p m 7:35 a in 12:35 p mu 9.3 Ar. EA SLE Y, S. C. Lv. 8:46 a in 3:25 p m *No agent. All trains daily except Sunday. Trains Nos. 1 and 3 connect with Southern Railway Nos. 29 and 46. Trains Nos. 2 and 4 connect with Southern Railway Nos. 12 and 39. enalManager. Approved: J. P. CAREY, President. (eneral For further information call on ,1. T. TAYLOR, Visit SPARTANBURG MUSIC FESTIVAL Spartanhurg, S. C., May 4, 5, 6 ' Via~ SOUTHERN RAILWAY The Southern Railway is arranging necessary extra equipment to >roperly take care of travel into and out of Spartanburg account of above occasion. The Russian Symphony Orchestra, of New York, has been secured, iso the world's most famous artists for the entire occasion. The Converse College Choral Society, consisting of 300 voices. The amous children's chorus, consisting of 500 voices from the public schools. For detailed information regarding rates, schedules, etc., call on ecarest ticket agent, or address 15 GARRISON WYATT & CO. Wholesale and Retail Hay, Grain and Provisions. Easley, S. C. 5JUST RECEIVED SWEET POTATO SLIPS. H Porto Rico Plants Now Ready for Delivery in Any Quantity. II WANTED TO BUY 15 500 BUSHELS PEAS AND CANE SEED. Come to see us. GARRISON WYATT & CO.