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$ briangjt to u W are Well prepared to fill
tvmen on th jblt44the time.
n at eady-me preparation for your ailment
Remedies and allum's Liver
'ensers, ackache and Kidney
Pills and Hallum's- Cough Remedy
They' are splendid. We know you cannot find better
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
.The Rexall Store
. N. MALLU, Proprietor
Phone No. a
N O TICE!
I am still buying Chestnut Poles. If you have any, cut
and bring them in. Lengths and sizes as follows:
30 foot, 8 inches through top 135 foot, i o inches through top
35 foot, 8 inches through top145 foot, 8 inches through top
Poles to be straight, barked and of live timber:
A. B. Taylor, Pickens, S. C.
Rupture Expert Here
Well Known to L diat Physicians, Who
Indorse His Methods.
114W. B. SEELEt, the noted rupture specialist of Philadelphia, is send
ing his personal representatives to Greenville to minister to the needs
of the ruptured public, thoroughly equIpped and prepared for the most
difficult cases. interested parties can consult him free at the Hotel
Imperial. Wednesday and Thursday, January 12 and 18, 1916. ' oo"
SEELEY'S SPERMATIC SHIELD TRUSS, as used and approved by
the U. S. Government and the Czar of Russia, will retain any case of
rupture perfectly, affording immediate relief and close the opening in a
short time on the average case. It produces results without surgery or
harmful injections. No log straps to Irritate and' soil. No binding of
-hips. Clean and durable.
Examinations and advice free. Personal reference on request. Cut
out and keep for reference. Home office 1027 Walnut street, Philadelphia.
~THE KEOWEE BANK~
PICK1ENS, S. C.
*e Sound and ProgresIve
freolicit your banking business and will show you every
9' and convenierce consistent with sound bankiug prin
'1anelve per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
Mr.'AR(EY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
rE N S B ANK
PICKENS, S. C.
len at P$60,000ggei
F RANK MoFALL
A Ladies wlui. Care!
*vd Of wuather Conmforts
~av~ r~t -v. REL Corn feort
aes Peroxide Face Cream
Nya's. Face Powder
White, Flesh, Bruneti
A: ' 25 and 50c
utC-emb-.A yery soothing and. pie sant lotion for
d ll:ds. IMine aifter shaving. ~i akes the skinA
$Qgft nd white.
~ ~We Y~sI (*udllty Ste
Misseg Ora McFA Ve
Ashmore spent t - Qhirstn
holidays in Atlant,
The - Baraca-Ph" ban
quet Friday nighk "S'' argely
attended and a suqe7in every
Rev. B. E. Grand son
Lloyd spent a f ith
homefolks in Picke during
Miss Eva Christoy0hp , -eut
several days last ee , Ith
relatives and friends ihtAeNeed
the Ladies' Aid socIet of .h0
Baptist church held its~a..lrat
meeting of the ne*.ear with
Mrs. R, L. Hanfes.
Our good friend Mr. Ervin
Miller has moyed to 'icken
from basley.- We bid hiin and
family a heartywelcome,
J. E. Gillespie, of rout4 2 wh
was in towh recenty, tells uE
he saw the 1fi'st copy of The
Sehtinei eyr prlnted com fror
the press. Messrs. Bradley anc
Holcombe were editors and pro
prielors and it Was forty-fiv
Pauline, youngest child of Mr
and Mrs. Gregg Mauldin, died
Thursday night, after an illnesE
of several months and was bur
ied Saturday at the Pickens cen
etery after funeral services con
ducted by Rev. J. E. - Foster
The bereaved family have the
sympathy of a host of friendi
in their sad hour.
The Christmas tree at thE
Baptist church on Monday night
December 27, was a great suc
ces. Prof. R T. Hallum was
naaster of cerenonies and Miss
Nellie Grandy had charge of the
management of the chilbren.
The songs an recitations show
ed careful training. Many pres
ents were on the tree for the
J. H. S. - Price, -former sub
stantial citizen of Pickens coun
ty and now prominent citizen
of Oconee, near Seneca, was in
Pickens on business last week.
Mr. Price says he likes his adopt.
ed home well, but Pickens still
seems like home to him. He
has as neighbors B. D. Mauldin
and Clavt Mauldin, two former
John H. Cheatham, who has
been manager of the Easley cot.
ton mill for several years, has
resigned that position ancd has
been succeeded by Walter H.
Geer of Hartwell, Ga. -We una
derstandi that Mr5 Oheathanm
and Mr. Rice, who has been su
perintendent of the Easley mill
at Liberty, have bought a con.
trolling interest in the Hartwell,
Ga., mill, and Mr (Cheathand
will be president of that mill.
B. Lewis has taken charge of
the Mountain .View . hotel at
Easley a~nd 'lmoved shis family
from Pickens to their new home
last week. Mr. Lewis and fam
ily for a long time have made
Pickens their home and the peo
ple here were loath to give them
up, however they take with
them the best wishes of many
friends. The new proprietor of
the Mountain View will make
an ideal ho'tel man, having forl
many years bim self been a tray
elihg sal'esman. A. D. Stead
man and tamily, who have had
charge of the hotel at Easley
for several years have gone tc
York, where they will also con
duct a hotel.
,M. E. Quarterly Conference
Mir. Editor: Please announc(
that the quarterly' confeien~cE
for the Pickens circuit will meel
at Bethel church Saturday al
10 a. nm. The stewards 'wil
meet just befpre'conference apc
Dr. M. L. Carlisle wifl pregecl
at 11.80. Seryice Suriday morn
ing at 11 o'clock. S.B.WnIyITI.
Wheats Shorts and
Try a few while cottonseec
mteal is so high. You tilltinc
that it is all right and clieaper
~kCldmson and see tillt ~
et high grd~d We w
d~E,~aithge~a in afew d
We are showing a complet e-i f* i6 odd renab 1$tud6
baker " and the name STUDEB f
bakr,"andthenam STDEAKER h'aa al-way t for the
best in wagon building. Prices and terms most reaasnable.
We also have a warehouse full of the original George E.
Nissen Co. Wagons in all sizes, fully equipped with biakes
and ratchet, and considering quality and price this wagon has.
no equal. We also have several other makes o' :cheaper ,'
wagons, such as Bagwell and , Hickory. It will Pay. You to
come here for your wagon, for you are not confined to one
brand, but you have several -brands of the leading stapdard
wagons to select from and our prices and terms will be very
interesting to you. -
When it comes to Buggies, the Tyson & Jones has no equal.
It is not the cheapest'in price, but yon can ride more miles for
$r. in a Tyson & Jones Buggy than you can in the cheaper
makes. The Rock Hill is our old standby, and there is none
better for the money. Ask for them. Big line to select from.
When your mind turns to vehicles come to the Big Store, for
we can please you in quality, terms and price.
PICKENS, S. C.
THE WINTER of 1916
"Right on the Job"
with the right kind of Dry Goods at thd right
prices. As proof that ipy prices are cheap. have
been here in business for 25 years and have n6t..
naade enough money' to retire; have to "keep
digging.", Everything tirdry goods, hosiery and
underwear that is needed in a family at noney
saving prices. Cold wenber wvilL come, buy your
Blankets and heavy underwvear andl be 'eady.
Wool and cotton (tress goods in great variety
I (d0 not forget the men. and boys' flaimnels, jeanls
and cassimeres forl their wear. The best $1.00
Overall on Qie inarket. Continue to -call ou ine,
if goods and prIices are not right you don't h ve
A.K. PARK, West End
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA
} I wish to thank my custo
Smers, one and all, for the li n
Sera1lpatronage they havegive n
me during the past year.
SMay 1916 be a gret and'
prosperous year forus all. I
have tried to sere well and
Sit -is my aim and desire to
serve better d ring 1916 6.
SLook for m ad. 1ter
xrb.. 0. S, Otwazt.18 visit'i~
LttWay 'are Yt Florida.
Mfss 1Fy M of Greenvillo
visitqd Mrs.' . . obinsort last
Mrand Mi's. Holden of Cal
houn Visited Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Boweb 146t week.
A. iG. Taylor and sons, Alfred
tnd Thomas, visited the family
0f3. T. Taylor in Pickens last
Misses Ruth and Edna Rainey
of Norcross, Ga., were guests
of Miss Lorena Taylor one day
J. L. 0. Thompson, editor of
a newssaper at Corinth, Miss,,
is spending awhile with his farn
ily in Pickens.
Mrs. R.A. Allgood of Fayette
ville, N. 00., is on a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Earle, of Pickens.
Mrs. C. J. Valley and little
daughter Margaret, of Green
ville, are visiting Dr. J. L. Val
ley and family in Pickens.
Tiridley & Stansell have sold
their stock of goods to L. Frank
Smith, formerly of Gross Roads
section, but now of Greenville.
Fiank Christopher and fanil
ly,' who have lived many years
in Pickens, left-Wednesday for
Liberty, where they will make
Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Loehr, af
ter spending Christmas with her
parents fhere, have gone to New
port,.Tenn. where he will be
engaged in business.
W. F. Haynes of Liberty
route 3 .was in Pickens on busi
ness Monday. He reports the
health of hiswife-as improving.
She recently underwent a seri
ous operation at the Greenville
Presiding Elder M. L. Carlisle
will be in Pickens Sunday for
the quarterly conference of the
Methodist church and will preach
here Sunday night. This will
be his first visit here as presid
Among the visitors here last
week was Hon. L. J. Williams
of North Augusta. Mr. Wil
liams is a nephew of Ex-Gov.
John C. Sheppard and he him
self has been prominent in pol
On the last Sunday in the old
year Miss Eudora Ramsay, the
talented daughter of Dr. D. M.
Ramsay, delivered an address
of great power and beauty on
the suh'ect of Woman's Place
in the IKingdom, in the Pickens
Will HI. Harris, son of T. D.
Harris of Pickens, was happily
married to Miss King of Jack
sonyil Je, Fla., last week. They
are now living in Greenville,
where Mr. Harris has charge of
the offiee of the Bradstreet Co.
They have the congratulations
of many friends.
The Pickens railroad wvill sell
round-trip tickets at reduced
rates -next Saturday for the ben
efit of those who wish to attend
the big auction sale at Easley.
The last tr~ain will also be held
aIb Easley until the sale is over.
Rteadi the advertisement about
this sale in this paper.
Dr. George Cureton, of Lusk,
Wyo., is o'i a visit to his mother
in Pickens. Mr. (Jureton went
to the. est several years ago
to engage in the drug business
and has met with much success.
Besides being one .of the mest
prominent druggists in his sec
tion-he is ruayor' of his town.
ils tuny friends here are glad
to see him.
*The friends of Miss Floride
Carey will 'be pleased to learn
that she has returned from a
Greeriviille 'hospital much im
proved in health. .She -under
went an operation for~ throat
trouble abdat~ two weeks ago
and was' forced to remain in the
hospital about ten days. Miss
Sije~a Porter will teach Miss
CsfreyAschool inAniderson coun
ty until she Is able to return.
'Ma tld'by Rev'D. W. Hiott
at the mire of the bride on Do
abnbe2 in. the Cross Roads
codin ;Mr. John F~.' Bag
wel tafr~rille and Miss Jen
ni 4y, utghter of Mr. aand
,wl make their
tae his offie ~ ae f
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