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All Have to Eat Why not use the best Flavoring Extracts? 'They are no higher than the poo r ones. Lots of Vanilla Extract is made, f rom Coal Tar products. Outs is made from pure Vanilla Bean and t he goodness comes out in the cooking. I oz, 15c, 2oz, 25c, 4oz, 50c.-Use o n half as much. KEOWEE PHARMACY R. E. Lewis, Prop Phone 24 You Will Find Me Doing Bus iness at the Same Old Place and if you want the highest prices for produce, bring it to me. I am paying: 18c per lb. for hens. 25c per lb. for fryers up to 65c. 10c per lb. for old roosters. 20c per lb. for dry hams. $2.00 Bu. for bunch peas. $2.25 for vine peas. Hams 15 to 20bs 22c. Hams 20 to 251bs 21c. Hams 25 to 351bs 20c, Greenville market for eggs. Yours for trade, . H --1 EN R0 MIC K SV Fisk Premier Tread ,~, SxPyNnSi 30 x 33%-$10.85Cod3x-$70 Non-Skid FabricNoSidCr 30 x 33%- 14.8532x1- .5 Exitra-Ply Ried-To~p5 30 x 334- 17.85 NnSl~r S-Pl Non-k dr3 31 434 79.00 Cord Non-Skid Cord 17.8534 x 43-- 41.50 SixNon-Skon-S.id CordStraght id I~U~Re~tveNon-Skid Cord 30x334-19.85 Buy Fisk) 3~5-15 THE lower prices on Fisk Cord Tires are interest.. ing to you because they buy more tire value than higher priced tires can give you. Comparison with other tires will show you Fisk are bigger, stronger, and lower priced throughout the range of sizes. There's a Fisk Tire of extra value in every size, f or car, truck or speed wagon i~ d deosli arae, Pickens. o e %F ASOLINE, OILs AND GREASES or K PLUGS, ALL KINDS OF ACCES ~p~*t~ ~94NG. Cotton was bringing 18 1-2 cents in Pickens Wednesday morning. .liss Eva Holcombe was a business visitor in Pickens last Monday. Mrs. Iagood Bruce and children are visiting her parents in Elberton, MIiss Emma H 'de of Greenville sprnt past week-end with parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jones and Mrs. J. L. Valley -were Greenville shoppers last w"eek. The D. A. R. meeting will be held with. Mrs. Banistcr in Liberty May Jth instead of May 2. MIr. and Mrs. Alf Tanner and chil dren of Mount Carmel visited rela tives here last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morris and Mrs. Wayne :Mauldin were visitors to Seneca last Sun(lay, Ir. 1iddletoin nester and family of Greenville Visited friends in Pick e ns Sunidayv aftternoon. :There will be a free entertainment at Maynarl school house Friday nigt., May 4. Public invited. Mrs. T. J. Mauldin attended the U. D. C. confcrenice which wa s hehl at Clemson last Saturday. -.The page advertisent of Edwards & Darsey in this issue is mighty in teresting reading just at this time. The W. l. U. of the Pickens as sociation will meet at the iaptist church next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Taylor Bros. Best, that old reliable -hewing tobacco that's always good is now on sale in Pickens at the Pickens Drug Co. There will be a reunion of the Lewis family at the "old" Jake Lewis iome place the second Sunday in May. Everybody invited. Prof. W. F. Hagan has tendered als re'signation as principal of the Pickens graded school and will ac 'ept a position elsewhere. Don't miss hearing Pat Withrow. lie has been the means in thae hands of God of bringing peace an.1 happi ness to more disrupted ho as than any'"living man. Capt. J. T. Taylor has been on a visit to his fric 'ad. Mr. Pat Withrow of Charlestown, West Virginia. Mr. Withrow will accompany him home z.nd will speak at the Methodist church here Thursday night. Rev. Dilly Sunday will not go to Greenville to hold a meeting at the present time because some of the ministers there do not approve of his methods. but hopes for a unani mous invitation in the future. Bur'giars entered he. store- of E. E. Lusk in Pickens last F"riday nigM~ and caried a siv about $75 worth of goods. Entrance was effected thru a rear wvindow. So far no clue to the guihy ,. Mrs. C. J. M illing of Darclingt on, staite president ef the U . D. C., was the( guest of! Mr's. 'T. ,1. Alauldin a few days last week. She tho'roughily en.'yedl her visit to ur moun1101 ta in *'ountry. Miis Entheini'e Carey clebrated her' sevenith birathd~ay last Mdondav after noon1 by charm ingly ente'rtaininag qnaite a few of her' friends tfom four to six o'clock. A fter' many delightfuil cild (ish games, dcl1iciOus ices iad cakes were served. R( v. A. M. Simmons wvill preach~l at P ie.k'ens Baptist church Sundayli~ morning at 11 o'clock. TIhe eiW'Vce at nig~ht will be0 iln the hands oft the plastor who is arr'ang ing ai series of sermons for1 the young people of hais congraegat ion and commaunit y for sev er'al ('om1ing Sunday niights. The' Woodside (and the Easley entton mnills havr- pur'chlasedl a tr(act of I1000l acrecs of land 25 ami les above G;reen.. vi lie eni the ienderl~asonviIlle road for a reccreatie' nal centeri for t heira em ploy 'c a. This is a ood move ona the par't of the(se mills and il .l pa'ovv a bes inig to manyv who ar"e tir'ed of the mionotonous t out ine of ever'~yday life. In thiis issue of The; Seine il ap rcar's the for;ral :annaouncemia(nt ..f Mr'. N. A. Chraist ophera as a canadidal.' for reelection as parobat' jiudge of Pickens counoty. Ma'. C'hristophea' needs 110 inltr'oduction ait our' hands, as3 lie is one of the best knowni mena of the county. Por' amany years he seo v. ed efficienitly' as county auditor and! in the special electioni to fill out the unexpired term of' the late Pr'obato Judge Newberyv lie was e'letedO over several candidates and1( is making a good officer'. NOTiIC'E The r'egular annual meeting of tht stockhiolders of the Pieokens Buildingf & Loan Association will he heldl ir the Court House on Tuesday, May 16th, 1922, at 5 o'clock p. mi. Fraank McFall, Sec. and Treas. A Bargaian in Bleaching. Full 3' inches wide. No starching. Formerl, 30c yard. Now 15c. Folger, Hen drieik& ACo. ~"1lexander Theatre ...Pickens, S. C Thursday, May 4th. Oh, Hubbies! Come and be spank ed! We are sorry for you, but Mack Sennett, the famous comed3 maker, has worked off a mile-wide smile on errun husbands and the ladies won't fe:1vive us if we don't put it on at the Alexander Theatre, Thursday. in "Love, Honor and Be have." A Gloom Chaser. The big new idea in Mirth Movies, with Char lie Murry, Ford Sterling, Phyllis I-la ver and Marie Prevost spilling the smiles. It is a Knock-out comedy. Love, Honor and Behave is an out ing for alimaniacs. "Oh Boy!-I mean Ah-Mien!" Don't forget 'Thursday-anid--"Love, Honor and Behave." Friday and Saturday, May 5th and 0th. Third Chapter of that thrilling sn.trial, ''Hur:"ieane Hutch," also a Pathe Playlet., pic.ture entitled "THE i1YSTERIOUS CLIENT" featuring Irene Castle. who it is said, was mar ried in Pickens a couple years ago. Aho a liarolk Lloyd Comedy "Next Aisle Over." MIea(lday and 'Tuesday, May 8 and 9. Wanda H'awley in "lOO1) FORt SCANI)AL" .The idea! She Vamped Clients for !im! le was a poor attorney; she was hi: fiancee; anid she determinied that he must have law business. So she thirewl a (liveree case his .iway. A cvnd ition of securing the "case'' fo.r him, was that she must act as co-rcspsndent. This led to complica. tions that almost lo'-t her the love of the very man she had set out to help. Can you imagine such a pre dicamnent oefalling a well-meaning darn-fool.ish girl. If ycu enjoy elean comedy don't miss seeing Wanda Hawley in .--.-- "FOO) FOR SCANDAL'' .-Also a Hal Roach comedy featur ing Eddie Boland in "ON THEIR WAY." WIN'HRO' COLLEGE SCHOLAR Si' AND ENTRANCE EXAMINA TION. The examination for the award of vacant Scholarships in Winthrop C(liege and for admission of new students will be held at the County Court House on Friday, July 7, at 9 a. m. Applicants must be not less than sixteen years of age. When Schelarship5 are vacant after July I they will be awarded to those making the highest average at this examination, provided they meet the conditions governing the award. Ap plicants for Scholarships shouli write to President Johns~on before the ex amination for Scholarship examina tien blanks. Scholat hits are worth $100 and free tution. 'The n .xt session will owen September 20th, 1922. Foi further informrinationl anid catalogu< :uhirtess Pres. D. B. Johnson, Roel Hill, S. C. ('LAN UP D).Y AT MILIL VII.L. AGE. Tfhe followving ladies were .iudlges at the recent "(lean up'' canmpaign week at the P'ickens Mill village: Mesdame~s Pairsons, Gariy Hiotat and M'iiss Sadi'. Craig. Below is given the list of prize~( winners: thie-e prizes being giv en) for eaich street. Grac'' Du rham , Luis Iletce, Iinez' Pace, r-ie la1 (e I ughes, WVinnie anid L.is C'an tre!!I, .Alti. iRuobert . Chpma n, Courtney AleKinni~e. IX. B. P'ace. Suth'erland, Mr. Galdbrath, Li::zie brown, D)a y Ikibbh, L yd in Lafoy, M!rs. Nor)j Oiver', 1Dylah Mlt N eey, lee ciil eecmbe, St ilhi P'arker, Arthur A iken. Thhi i P rizes --Ida Pawr, Dollie D~od gins, Ruby JIohnison, Mar garet Oliver, Alr.s. iDen Cassell, Lois Davis, Lo P'ace, Lx ic Reeves, Oscar D~erossett, livs. Ben H1udson, Al vs. P ink Cassell. I .air~ at' Tash Pile.+--Ve rna an I !ui.hes, Gravce Re'vis, D~oy Babb, Beu lah Powell , Mlinni(. .e' Hughe~s, Shir ley MbcNeely, Rahbb IHoleomnbe, Frank Parker. Th is vi lIg was clean and aIttracl tire oad much cru!dit is due the teach er's and others who e'ncou raged the hiro'eet. A f ttrI t he (exeCiises give.n by~, the .."....,el ch ildrien, an excellent address was; given by Rev. F. S. C'hibairess af.. teri wvhch Pr'iof. R. T. HIa llum awa rd the children. Mr ried~l ( n Sunay, A pi I 0. at th( re 0 - (if the offic iatinog officer I. L,. I. ardt, Mr. .James P'eek to Misc Doaii' ;tephens, b~oth of (ential. Th( wvri ter .ie ns other friends in wish ing them a i g and happy Ii fe. L. SU:NDAY SCHOOl. RALLY Th'le Pickens Baptist Sunday schno wvill have a rally day the 2nd Sunda~s in May. It is hoped that every resi dlent member of Sunday school am everybody in town who ought to b< a member will make special effort t< be present. Old folks, young folks babie:; and all. 0. T1. Hinton, Suplt. M !NISTERS C'ONIERIENCE The Blue Ridg; Ministers Confer ounee will meet im the Hontel at Cen tral May the 8 at 10 a. m. Dr. Cod "f Greeni!!e and Geo. E. Smith c Westminster will address the conifer ence. E. M. Bolding, See. F"OR SA L4E--Nancy Hall Potat Plants at $1.00 per 100 f. o. b. Baxle, Ga., Thomas Hunter. WANTED-A good secondl har buggy and harness must be reasoi - able. Robert M. Welborn, Picken R3 Box 20. Phone 2303. *J *'4S)R4 Y n ;v 4i.. We call your at n~lon to our Rem- $e r1 nant Table, w i will find Voils of his work Organdies, Silk ,axons, Percals and outs." lie rh% 4. * al? 4 Ginghams, in short lengths at one- ed more st ran f' e half the regular price. 'olger, Hen- than any other =i I: dricks & Co.. Motto: "Soap, soup 6n cigarettes They are Good! Buy this Cigarette and Save Money 'beausyyr me YOU wilna geatanyopior. turuties around the home for Pee Gee RE-NU-LAC. It refinishes floors and woodwork beautifully, bright - ens marred furniture, renews wickerware, lighting - fixtures, picture frames; in fact, restores any worn surface to its original beauty, is made especially for home uses-114t stains ancd varnishes in one application. The, -pense Is triflng an ra teejymn fmki;odthnsnw A protecting coat of Pee Ge REN -L Cwlke PESE-GUBRTC...eeytigbrgtan eutflan ae h uraS Termsaragedfosu yourme GENUINee FRDPARTS Ato it Frdsesfo and oodwon ealerist Phonearc f10ir. rEeslweyew, lightC. sufCeousonaly t. sparaurg esCi3ay fo 4om 5, e- 1922nsa VrihesOUineR Appiaion. SYTEM pnci rfi The Southern Rainwayrwilltprovnidymneteof arykextradequipmenteto proprly ake A otetingtoaot of Partanbur account of he theAEWo Brld o famuserytitg fbrigt an beautifuasnda eSrae faou Chiled* .Chru coniein oe RN-A 500 voies from the ublic scools auF trease inf'ma i reardi .nga fa rs, scheu, etc., a on nearc s st Souther n Wwy AgetKo addr FOR RC COLr CDcPseg Aget, Partan u mbeg,., S.es SC.