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Porto Rico, Nancy Hall,
Triumph, Bunch Yam
Plenty of Cabbage Plants Now
15 cents per 100
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY.
The Rexall Store
J. N. NIALL UM, Proprietor
l Three Years Agietered The 1
And with a minr to carry a lineghigh class lerchan
dise--something we could build 'ip a permanent trade
on. We are doing that very thijig not only in our homes
town, b)ut in the surrounding towns as wvell. We haveA
sold1 andl delivered1 in the city' and county of Greenvile
over $1,200 wvorth of merchandise and have sold goods to
parties in Easley, Pckens, Norris, Cateechee, Central,
Fort Hill, Calhoun, Newry, Pendleton, Piedmont, Pezer
We carrry a complete line of Furniture and House
SFurnishings, and our aim is to please. Come and let us
Splease and save you money, as we are doing for others.
SAll we ask you to do Is to come and make your wvants
Sknown. WVe will try our best to please you and save
Syou something on your purchase. Here are some of the
things we carry in stock:
n Iron, Brass, Oak and Mahogony Bedsteads, all prices;
Dressers, oak, mahogony and white, with washstands
to match; Parlor Suites, Lounges, Davenports, Couch
S es, Dressing Tables, Buffets, Sideboards, Kitchen y
Jj Cabinets, Safes, Chairs of all kinds; Rugs and Art )(
)n Squares, Feather Beds, Mattresses from the cheapest )t
nto the best felts; Stoves and Ranges-see the Jewel n
Range if you want the best; Organs and Pianos;
Pathfinder Sewing Machines at very low prices;
Salso the Newv Home Sewing Machine.
W e want your trolto <luring 1916, a ml if you will come
to see us you will be surprised1 to see how much 3 on can
save on your bill of Furniiture'.
'J. J. GANTT & COMPANY 9
Liberty, South Carolina
An n nd niw o aryamhcanuu nnnunnn
Don't Buy a Wagn Until You
H Rave Seen the Columbus
s efore you decide on any wagon, examie the Columbits. Strongly
built of the best possible material the cond hu wagon gives the most
satisfactory service for the longest period of years There Is no secret in
the notedly long life o the Columbus wagon. it Is the result of the
metnihod s poyd nosrutin . hr is no wos ode an ltiswao
Theae axand he poke mofy the wee are hoickor therhond.
A lster and yosan dbo s r o oae b of the box Is straight
) raied k awless pine. These are just a fow eamles of the care which Is
n to make this wagon as reliable pepossile. Th result Is that the
to hbus wagon is unbeatable i 4 rehability and enduranco, Come in
od (aiu it for yoursef W e know you weill bo lasod, -
Y ~Cabntfs, Chadw. &f al Gid;Rceary to
fnt ah e afUQjyt ~l1n%&& 4t'4 %,f 4,t 1
. 3. Taylor sh l
1p delivered by ox
dHarris is very sick with pneumonia,
Will D. Upshaw will lecture at Clem
son College Sunday and Monday nights.
Mr L. F. Robinson has returned
from a Greenville hospital much im
proved in health.
J. F. Banister, one of Liberty's most
prominent citizens, was in Pickens on
Prof. G. G. Marlowe, principal of
Vineland school, was a business visitor
M. F. Williams and daughter, Miss
Mayme, of Mt. Carmel section, were in
Miss Patti Major, teacher in the Da
cusville school, spent the week-end with
homefolks in Pickens.
February is the last month in which
to pay your state and county taxes
without a heavy penalty.
James Clements of Pickens is prepared
to make your photographs. See his
Special Notice in this paper.
Miss Frances Bruce, a student at
Converse college, spent last week-end
with honefolks in Pickens.
Paul Boggs, a ministerial student in
'he Presbyterian college at Clinton,
ipent the week-end in Pickens.
G. H. Merrill, who has been em
>loyed in an apiary at Covington, Ga.,
s visiting homefolks in Pickens county.
T. D. Harris lost a fine horse last
veek. The horse was valued by Mr.
larris at $250 and died of blind stag
Roy Nealey, who is working on the
southern railroad with headqkiarters in
ktlanta, spent part of last week with
lis parents here.
'Squire J. L. Gravley of route 1,
ather of our good liveryman, Arthur
;ravley,'paid us a pleasant visit while
n town last week.
John E. Edens has resigned as regis
rar of vital statistics for Eastatoe
.ownship and A. T. Winchester has
)een appointed in his stead.
We are glad to see Boone Carey back
rnom the hospital, after undergoing an
operation for appendicitis, and to know
that he is daily growing stronger.
We received another news letter last
week with no name signed to it. We
positively do not publish any communi
cation unless we know who the author
.J. TI. Gassaway of Central has r-.
turned fromi the markets wvith a car- of
mules and horses which he is offring
for- sale. See ad in Special Notice col-1
H. A. Nealey and family have moved
~rom the Harris house into the Crane
iouse, wvhich wvas recently vacated by
P. S. Stribling and family, wvho have
mioved back to Seneca.
2dga'r W. lliott of Atlanta spent
I'uesday with his par-ents, Rev, and Mrs.
D. W. Hiott, in Pickens. lHe is ser-ving
hiis twelfth year as mail clerk between
Greensboro and Atlanta.
Tho Pickens Towvnship Singing Con
rehtion will meet with Mountain Viewv
ehiirch the fourth Sunday in February
at 2 o'clock p. mn. Everybody invited
to attend andI~ bring songhooks.
'J. P. Hyde, a former Pickens citizen,
was here on business and shaking hands
with friends one day last week. Mr.
Hyde now holds a resp~onsilble piosition
with the P'. & N. lines at Greenville.
Mr's. .1. A. Simmons of Easley an
nounces the engagement of her- daugh
ter, Callie PrIscilla, to Mr-. J5. I. Gaines
of? Liberty, the wveddlng to take place
Thursday morning, Februar-y 24, at 11
'rhe nmany friends of Miss Cleo Young,
a retur-ned mnissionar-y from Africa, but
temporarily located at Central, will be
glad to know that she is rapidlly im
proving in the Greenville city hospital,
she having recently undergone a sever.
operation on her throat.
A gener-ous pounding was given the
pastair.at, Mt. Pisgah church Satuirday
last. Many valuable gifts were in the
pounding. Such generous, though tful
kindness willl never' he forgotten by the
pastor. May the blesnrmns oftour lieav
eInly fathber rest uiponi themi all. -li,
We have a car-hoad of Iron H~edsteam(
(n'NjfYrent styles and pricea. J, ..
G'tnW A Co., idhorty.
etDoor to Keowee B~ank
Picen, S. C.
Thje plaice to get your barbe:
work done if you want it righi
. R S.O .. ... UNE ...
uIt' colyo r c~ae the shape for
adclrof unsable brands
to im-state the Prince Albert pi*
tidy red tin, but it is impossible
to imitate the flavor of Prince nev4
Alberttobaccol The patented
process protects thatlF set
An mkdi airefreshing and delightful 1
cigarette happiness. Any-%
will win you quick as a fla
R. JI REYNOLDS TO
Wanted - Teams, 2.0 er day.
Steady work. See A. B. Taylor.
*Jut Back from market with car
of mules and horses. See me before
you buy. Will sell for cash or good
paper. J. T. Gassaway, Central, S. C.
For iale-The 'Squire Hallums
property of' four acres neair Liberty.
Good dwelling house. Will Hallums,
notlde.-1 an still in the photo
graph business. Have recently bought
a new high grade lens and better pre
paredi than ever to give you the very
est work. I will come and make your
picture at your home, school, reunion
rpi . Pe t.R N ls ela
Wanpitues mad Teams, a.5 car toy
Steady Cwork.nSee Pik. s B . ylor.3
J t akfrom makn cut t reil ca
offcfo mueye wnorks ee eefun aload
chase Au. A.l Oed or cslin Op o-d
maers J.pTcan residayentrae lob .C
os l-Good farmnghose three les
boLiberty, w o -om oss
alenty ouildgrd plenty oodetter re
bent wood. EI0 wil comean Lietyu
picture at-Cash hoe gcooIl,: 1eui
1ore steamc eine; ght.oase gnarge
lictes enine mouernted stlsaW-miln yo
tant ingre maie; 1rt cr milo22
orsie fvony 1worgan we meuand ia
fare. See A.APae aut f 10percen. 42r
nchadAlogu. Odom, consetin Ore to
Pretrstopan, PeCslpridnt Th5Gb
Otic -. asni Tmle. Greenvilge,
Firmoth arlGorm, thre mnils
abll on ine to uoodh businom husdes,
thame namd. E.. MGilstapdibert
Routral 3.CFe.111. 42~
le ene Imoutd 1Maw-mi busel o1
trnning meas. ne 0 1 conmi.22
horse..wagon.; 1 tran; . 1mle n .
mar. eeA. A. o Psace atliN H~' agorMod l.4
Anbi eckaforue.an It's free. raeM
gNon tro-n.. OveMauldnhas tbought
Will t idrs of' I . Hs Tat ri thepic.
fIrm coftheg woena Groceryn ohan wicll~
cstl rctne the run theabsnes andtae
them. te pac'gs Cada -20;I bahrs or
rngooea0.1)O S.Gewart, MPickend.
moilasesra..<lex It 'i p.inyng nw t
Jio, RBT Mar A RTaINCoe.
A i peckI' fo 1 nd it's unranteedI
Wigt rid oit fas atP %theI cut rices.
. n cltig wmn' suidts and ilde'
them.n'l pakae sola2c;10bro
god Fom R5c. Genune AMusao
mhoasses. It' ceitaiy paing mntw to
seet T. D.itolcld I iarrisn th
u litiltN 01Y .\Nolht (I;O N a~otl. il
yo,'jii4 veN Vj,, Mo. (o' 'itO
PRACTIC 4NAL UT
Tepatetited pr esi ae
itssoplmegn w utd
ea l 'v Itstae a11rlmok
The patented procmakes
Princ Aibert so goody i. pioe
or roled into a ce tha
its popu14Artyi ovu$
versall Ina josymokek
desires! This ateneod proes
which a s tohe te of
parchl We c41 ed by US.wi
other toba uke
the national joy 8moke ~
i w~hq have -stowed away ;gentle~old, im ~e
years, have brought thenM back-k to, the tume of
ice Albert! Get-yours c4 fz&, our confidence :
.ar will be abused I -We te1t-,Vou ?tlnce Albert winl
?ipe free the tenderes t tongue I. .
Ps cigarette, Prince Albert is' Prince Albert , n,,
,&.t it gives you a new idea of *** --h'^* tobacco ..*.7l
-irtpyred bass, 5c. tidy
ray you fire-up Prince Albert, it - tinehndsome
sh-it's so good and so friendly I. -saEis - i c
ceith aPoe-moitenor t~
kCCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. Ct te 'a
The Workingman's Friend
We are selling The Finck Line,
that wears like ta pig's nose. A
complete stock now on hand. -call
and inspect thei., They please
Lyon Shirts and ~Collars. This
line is so grand that we want to
1geep on calling your attention to ~
it. Most all sizes and styles kept )
on hand. Try. them once--you A
will always call for them.I
C R AIG RI(OS. COMPANY
I HIGHEST 'RICES I
Bring on youruean e
~the highest marWbri ce. Imam n
paying 14c per lb. cash or 15c per Mr
n b in' trade fora r*3 under 25 s
S$1.50 per bushn1 or Multiplying A
In order to make romvfr my Spring Gods, I
wilmake special -prices n.. Ready-to-Wear Clothing,
anid Woolen Goods thathave been goc will now go
at 45c per yard.
TIolle dui Nord Ginghams~ at r 2c per yard.
Pacinec Mills Percales at 2 C per yard.
I still have a large quantit of 5c Sheeting. pes
All custo.ncrs whio are ho~d~ coLupons will es
r(!turn them to my store barth first of February.
I am still paying toc pr ound4dr lhens
Your patronage will ~icited.