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SID N LE'WARSET
*PICKENS DRUG. COMPANY
The Rexall Store
* Jo N. HALUUI, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
New PressingClub Farm Demonstration Agent T. A.
Bowen was showing on the streets last
Saturday afternoon a couple of fine two-.
T HAVE installed a first-class pressing year-old mule colts raised in Pickems
and cleaning outfit in the rear of y county. They were large for their ages
barber shop and will appreciate your cnt ey ere Ma. for taged
business in this line. Suits are sent for and well formed. Mr. Bowen stated
and delivered when promised and work tat the darhs of these mqles were just
is done by first-class workman under o*Mihary mares weighing about 900
my supervision. Work guaranteed.
Suit' pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning pounda apiece. The sire is Owned by a
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1 farmer near Pickens. Mr.Bowen is the
suit. Special attention given to ladies' 9Wner of 'one of the colts and B. F.
saits. .Feman owns the other.. The-e.. is no
doubt that - just as, fine mule* ean be
3. B. PORTER, Pickens, S. . raised in Pickens county as are.raised
--. - .. _ Kentucky or Tennessee, and th'erelis
money in the business.-EasleyProgr'ss
'Next Door to Keowee Bank r 'DNO1
Pickens, S. C.
The place to get your barber.
work done if you want it rigitt
Shaving. Hair .utting, Shampoo:ug. hIassaglpg ~~C
singeing, etc., lione by barber>1 who know their]
~businessa, and ai reasottabie'prines.
sagorfloning a4peialty. Clive usILI j'i ini T
Everthig i~tt(iI~e~ ~Condensed Pssenger Sochet
..........--............. --------PIEDMONT & NOR THERN R ALlWAY COMs'AghY.
You Can't Tell By thed '****
Color or Size of a Frog T c.ivie 0; n
The number of, feet he can jump. ("1l3i'"-u, *o C02a..
That's a biusmess hip knows No. k ir15p. In. No. 8 12:10 p. in.
Which he doesn' tdisclose, No. 11 :10 p. ni. No. 10 1:45I p.- n.
For he isn't thtiind of a chumpi 6:~o 1 4:n - .
but by keeping' everlatihiy~t no Mdero a'"
it we hopo to get part .of yout- Jren~~ood G,e*oot
b~nS.No. 4 -8:05 a.ai.-o. 1. 6 00 a.wm
Let us fgure with you on :ipn. .r400b .
our Fortilizers, Hay, Corn, * ~~ O
~I'our, or any other supplieiyou *:~ 0~0.p. -o 1- C9ip -n
need. If we can~ we Will save . Us. AmsR
yon some money, .____......T-a
-A young cowv for sale. On~dlarz for a yee dh-j
scrIptien to 'l'he Pickens& S~ntI
ofr fi& Co , PickensiS.C. ne is th bestivestmenOftPIk.
-.. .* .Read this paiper over anK then
Youi got iresh Lo~af Br'ead1 see if YOU can get as much any
all the time at th Pickens whore else for two cents. Rene~w
Hardare& Grcer Co your subscriptilon as earv. as
ilarwuve (4l'ccryCo. you can, please.
a ddd ka t t*
Th ylQ t u tr
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eora t 00 i n~
. Roark of .,ot e -
0003'visiting his son sherlf l tobert 1
The 'Easley mills ahn n
Vill meet will the tley rH church
April Oth, 1916, at,4-p. m.
Mrs. Remus Henderson of Anderson
and Mrs. A. D. Dun'an are the guests
of Mr. and. Mrs. McD. Farnier this
We regret exceedingiy to report t:e
critical illness- of 'Mrs. J.' R. Glazenei
otne of the oldest and best ladies of
'Mrs. A. W. Tanner and children and
Homer Thompson of the Dacusville
Fde spent Sunday with relatives in
Mrs. W. A. Mauldin and two children,
Willie and Virginia, of Easley, spent
Sunday with the family of 'A. J. 'Bogge
Married by J. B. Newbery at his res
idqnce April 2d, 1916,' Miss Bertie Gal
bert of Pickens and William Corbin of
Pickens R. 6.
In a three-cornered track meet o'n the
Pidkens school grounds last week Pick
ens won first place, Roanoke second
and Libierty third.
- Garvin school closed a successful five
months session March 31. Prof. C. L.
Welborn of- Pickens was principal and
we understand the trustees want him
We have learned- that the Pickens
Drug Company is making arrangements
to put on another one of those popular
one-centsales in the very near future.
This will-be good news to the public.
Lutherflughes,one of our good black
smiths,.had the misfortune to get the
two middle fingers of his left hand cut
off Saturday while working a planer.
About half -of each fingeir was cut en
Mr.' and Mrs. Milton Clapp, former
residents of. Easley, but who for the
pat'several years have n ' living in
Nith 'Carolina, hive moed* back to
Easley. Mr lapp is a prominent rail
We are glad to report that Miss
Pearla'tester, a popular 'daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hester of near
Pickens, is getting alohg nicely after a
recent operation for appendicitis at the
-John R. C. Griffin is a candidate for
treasurer of Anderson -county. He is
ywell . known in Pickens poi~mty- sndl st
one time-was engaged in the mercam
t~ile business at'" Esley. Anderson
couldn't get a betterteserha
Mr. Griffin. rtesrrta
W. Clarence Mann is announced thie
week as a caindidate for the hoiis~ of
rfepresentatives from Pickens 'county.
He is now a student-at' tie'-Uhiversity
of q South Caroll'nd, 'and 'so "si''a's"ve
know is the' first can'didate' announed
for' this place.
Mr. and Mrs.- J. H.' Patterson and
ftbily hare- moved hack to'Oconeesfronm
Pickens, where they have reiadefdr
th'ei past thE6e years. Mr.:'Pattersorn
will engage in' farming and'during oth'e
Aumnier months will ge~con'm'odate tray.
elews ait h'is home at: "Upp&rJo'as'se."
Mr.- Patterson and fan-lily have mansv
.friende 'vn Oconee' ho itl be glad te
welcome them back. -Keowee Courier.
The friends of Mr. H. A. Richey were
glad to see him at his place of busineed
'for 'a time Saturday evening,. and' while
he will be unable to attend tothe duties
bf-the store it will .be kept open by his
daughter, Mrs. Emmett Goodwin, whc
has-'added a'ljne of 'trimmed. hats, mil.
hinery,' shii sists and notions to the
stdek,' and'-who will do her best to-wait
-.n' all customers in like manner as her
On Wednesday 'fight the girls' pre
linilnary oratoteal'-contest was held -at
the Central school auditorium to select
a speaker to:. rprogent that schoql in
ti ounty oratorical meet. Eight young
N9omen- entered this-'contest. The med.
Wwas awarded to Miss' Helen Shirley.
8er~ond .place was ghiten to Miss 'Annie
1LI~g and thirp to Miss Lula Pike. The
c6umty contest Is to be held in Central
1Friday night;' Aril 7.
"Agood, trile and, square.
built wagon relieves your team
t;almost half the load~ Such
jSde'a se with the Columbus
~W 'gn.* We have them in
r sti Pceipand~ tetna
rove of '06 t.
Usted to then4
notice is an-iviO to all
Mr. and ',,:.,Boggs wish to
invite their m e., 0 o 0 the nar
rage. of ti li Maka, to Mr.
Robert Burdine A g on the even
kigof Tuesday, thie eighteenth of April,.
1916, at 8:80 o'clock In Grace Methodist
church, Pickens, S. Q
The friends. 'of P F M. Ramsay
in Pickens will rejoice with 1irr for'
on last Sunday night toWAptised one of
his sons in the felp40y of the First
Baptist church in"Greenville.
Mr. Daniel Durham, a well-lInown
citizen of the Gates community o'f this
county, died suddenly oni Sunday rmorn
ing and was buried at Secona church
Tuesday. Funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. -W. M. Walker. Mr.
Durham was a niemiber of Secona
church and was about 65 years old.
The children and relatives of M. G. I
Davis of.near. Liberty gave him a sur
prise birthday dinner Sunday, April 2.
Mr. Davis is 66 years old and there
were 66 present at the. dinner, and they
all had a most delightful. time. W. P.
Davis of .the Pickens mill village is an
only brotigr apd was present at the en
Mr. T. M. Gantt has recentlynmoved
his family from Liberty and opened a
furniture store in the old drug store
building in East Central. Mr. Gantt is
a brother of Mr. J. J. Gantt, who con
dnets a large furniture store at Liber
ty. He has already received a large
stock of furniture and is hadling quan
tities of it to homes near town. Mr;
Gantt is being extended a hearty wel-!
come by the people of Centip,...
Lawrence A. Entrekik, a native of
Pickens county, died at his adopted
home in Weatherford, Oklah'ona. March
24. "'Mt. Entrekin' was, b6-n' in'. this
county in 1868 and was m'arriedto -Miss
Mamie Lesley of Easley in' 1890.- His
wife and seven children -su'vive' him.
He is also survived by a brot'ieri John
Entrekin, and two sisters,. ' Mrs"Billy
Porter and Mrs. Christopher of Piekens
county. -Mr. Entrekin moved fr6m'this
coixnty to Texas in 1892 and- lat r re
moved ~ to Oklhoma. He 'hs many
relatives'in this county.
The last lyceum number to visit Pick
ens this season will be at' the. school
house' Tuesday night, April 11, and is
said to be a good' ne.' The 'people - of
Pickene have very liberally supported the
lyceum entertainments brought here
this seasoh and i iisearnestig hfpeil
that this last number will draw-g rec-'
ord-breaking crowd.' Several public
spirited citizens Isigned'- the lyggugn con,
tract" to get these' entertainments, to
Pielsens pnd it will. cost each genleman1
who signed the'coinr ect several dog
A large-audience should attend thiA last
ihe busy seasoh 'is now on)
'Get ihe'Allyn's Prince# Range1
and have your meal cooked oii
time. .Saves yop. wood -andf
labifWAsy~,ur motiey. slf1
by. Pickens Hardware & 'Gro.
are showing tl
I has ever een
look this line
*hat. W 'hav<
take pil g5r
New arfrv i
every day. C~
tainly save yoi
With alrio0ID Qhae iebervB6
ad Ste1lngWakons i -4to _we n ~elt yot\one.horae Wa f
35 to $; tWO-he a o e. otosos.
The best )huggles in' the *orld for the noneyare the "HIGR
POINT" at$8Q and the."PAUIt $5, Two earloads now it sitk
We will give t*o yrars.t*.pay for any. buggy or wagon We.*All
and guarantee the price of cotton to you. ',enember, also
anfee absolutely every buggyonrwagon'we sell. e guar
A fine lot of nice, ch6y "ourig hrse'nd .hulesson ha n -
weighing from 750 to 1300%ounds., . One span of fine PVRC r
brood mares, 6 years old, weighing 2500 pounds.- See bur a ada -
bred road horse.. He is fAst -2.50.
We will sell you s.goods thqeAer and give you longer terms than
any other firm we know of. Trade with us. We do not mind carry
ing your account.c
We have just added a line of fine. Sewing Machineg ar Organs
to our business.
W. M.BROW W, Walhal , S. C.
Horses Mules Buggies; W H ; Harness, Milch Cows, Beef Cattle
M:( Gasoline Engines, Oliver Chilled Plows, McCormick- Mowing Ma- e(
chines, Reapers and Binders, Disc Harrows, Sewing Machines
Organs, Roofing, Lime,- Cement, Dynamite, etc.
"Brown H ' t- Brown Gets I"
FORD--T ERSAL CAR
tat the4&ate ri the operating costs before yotu
Fbuy an auihoblie. Find out the truthi before
--not after.: And don't. -le satisfied -with hear
say ora sale an's clatm.. The price of gasoline is)highiso Is oil
and there sde'to 'bq awiicrease in the price of- all tires. So
what Y~y an Ai6 I~, arat.wUM e. gIvO Yot! niost miles. per gallott
of gasolinte per iZallorf.i1o an per set Oftirig. A Ford will 0&'
anywhere any other car WIgo and lots of l aces'othjerson tgo.
Totda C- -- --$440
F O B. DETROIT
We Solctyu aankiMMies n ~ W syeve
eu ttey n~f convenie t baiu pde r
ciples. Five per cent zterest paid on Savings Deposits.
jJ. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CARiEY, Cashier,
Department is complete aid we
e nicest line of Ladies' Hats that
brought to.Pickens. Be sure to
over before buying your sring
3.an experienced milliner who will
in showing you Sthe very latest
ri Ladies' Coat. Suits and Dresses
>me and see thems We can cer
imohey'and give you the latest
in needbof anything in Ladies'
see us. Middy Blouses, Muslin
dies' and Children's House Dresses