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If so, got your physician to give you a presorip.
tion. Bring it to tis and we will fill it correctly
or not at all. Since coming to Pickens in 1902
we have filled more than 60,000 new prescrip.
tions and thousands of refills. A licensed man
on the job all the time.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY.
The Rexall Store
J. N. NALLUM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
Headquarters for Rexall Goods For
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, Se C.
SafJeti Sounad and Progressive
We solicit your banking business and will show you ever%
cuirtesy ajd convenierce consistent with sound bankiug prin.
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
THE PROOF OF VALUE! ECA NOTICES
Lies Only in Actual Results -- j- C ni
Accomplished. Nuxcarais word for first Is "rtion "ad eiiebaif cent word
of Tried Worth. for eitc bubseiuelnt Insertion,
We ae fi. the market for
After all, results are the things that ute the y n Craignaroet Co.
seally count. Therefore we quote from - utter the year round. CraigBros.Co.
a few of the many letters we have Ce- 1rgxe For Gale-Good stock. A.
ceived from prominent citizens who are C. Sutherland, Pickens R 4. 8
grateful for the relief Nuxcara has I ----
given them for their suffering. These .For Male- Booking orders for 0 1 C
are proof positive of its value. Read. pgs for delivery about April 20. Pure
them- Hcreford bull calf for sale at once. 0.
Mr. Richard Whiting, connected with L. Craig, Central R. F. D. No. 2; L. H
Uncle Remus Magazine, Atlanta, says. Craig, Greenville, S. C. 47tf
'I consider Nuxcara the greatest rem- ---------- t
edy on earth for indigestion and dys- P1reston-s Plants-Nancy Hall, t
pin, in fact, the only certain cure I Porto Rico, Dooley or Norton Yam, and
ve ever heard of, and I have heen Triumph potato plants, $1.25 per 1,000, t
hunting remedies for several years." Largerquantitiescheaper. Other plants.
Dr. Frank Edmondson. of Frank Ed- Catalogue free. Fred M. Preston, Pine
mondson & Bros., Druggists, Atlanta, Castle, Florida. 56
mays: "In the 25 years that I have been
ia $he drug business, I have never sold
a remedy that gave such univer- Prof. Ben Field desires to state that
aI satisfaction as Nuxara for indi es- after due and mature deliberation he
tion and dyspepsia." Mr. J. N. Pen- has lecided not to make the race for
fOo of the United Gas Works, Phila- Iany county% office this yeap. lie hasc
deliia, says: "Dr. Kelly's Nuxcara
is eonly permanent and certain cure been urged by many friends to run for i
for dyspepsia." county superintendent of education and 1
ef you have any of the common symp- lie appreciates the interest of his friends C
tomes of stomach trouble (heart-burn,
nick headache, lanuor, sour stomahI but lie doesn't want to get into politics. r
nausea, giddines5,u badbreath and ner
neapl by usn this standard remead.$$
Write for It to the Nuxcara Co., At' N 0 T I O 1 *
tanta, Ga., or get It at.
PICKENS DRUG CO. write mne and I will explaini
PICKFNiS. N. O. how I was cured in 4 days of a
-- --.---severe case of Piles of 40 years'
___ standing without pain, knife or
- M O IN G AY detention from b~usiness. No
M u VI G DAY one need suffer from this dis
ease when this humane cure
can be had right here in South
Carolina. R. M. JOSEY,
inI a Iew days we will be muov- Route 4. Lamar, S. C.
ingi to 'ou old sandl, the Post-S
ofhice Bunilding, and will be botter~in
fixed than we h ave with a beOttor'
and bigger stock of Feed1, Flour'N w rsin 'C u
and and all kind1s of' easogoods,Ne Prsi gC u
tohacco, ete,. - HAVE installed ai first-class pressing
We want to buyv all kinds orj and cleaning outtit in the rearof my
'1)roduc,. aW n .jus n. 1We m barber' shop andI will appreciate youmr <
fleeding1 Unrm' ( M ne SMdf i~ business in this line. Suits are sent for I
Yino 'eas imund dehivered wien promised and work ,
Re ~10 ~Iii 10~ ~is done by first-class workman under
e sur to ome o se us. my supervision. \Vork guaranteed.
ISuits presad df25e per suit; cleaniidgi
..... . nd pressing, 50e suit; dry cleaning, $1 a
uilt. Special attention given to ladies'
Morrs & o ,Pickenis,S.C- B. B. PORTER, Pickens, S. C.<
(J pure ice mream~ and real fruit
01' iake the ref'reshments you11
-e at onr founiain1 reatlly nourishing
0od. Anmd we try to keep 01ur serv
Ing ( dishmes arnd m t4COp iasde
n wholesome as th~ ligt homsea 's
ii this~ towni keeps hot kithn
Stop In M-ere
ia pall of crranm or' sherb(t hlomn 'to
'the. "Nyal Quality .Drug Store
'Thecnia i i ournl4
Miss Agnes Garrick and Jin irrj*
of Easley visitad relatives. in Picken
Leo WaVon of Pickens-route 5 s'en
Sunday here with his sister, Mrs. Feas
Rev. Eddie Welchel and Mr. Hunt o:
Greenville county were visitors in Pick
We are glad to report that Miss Marj
Lewis, who has been ill for severa
weeks, is able to be out again.
The Pickens W. C. T. U. will meet
with Mrs. R. R. Roark at her homi
Thursday afternoon at 6 o'clock.
Dr. David M. Ramsay paid a glowing
tribute to mothers at the Sunday eve
ning service at the Baptist church.
Colic Seaborn, famous athlete of the
high school last year, now at Carolina,
spent the week-end with homefolks.
"The Battle Cry of Peace," a great
motion picture, will be exhibited at the
Garing theatre In Greenville May 24-25.
Judge Tom Joe Mauldin, who is pre
siding over the term of court now in
session at Greenville, spent Sunday at
his home here.
Mrs. Harold Scott, of Cuba, who will
be remembered here as Miss Willie May
Lathem, arrived here last week for an
extended visit to relatives.
Members and friends of Holly Springs
shurch willarememcer that next Sunday
is to be observed as home-coining day
there. Prof. Duff Bolding is going to
>e there to sing, and an interesting
3rogram has been arranged.
Miss Margaret Attaway returned to
ier home here recently from York
ounty, where she has been teaching.
ince her return she has been visiting
ter sister, Miss Jonnie Attaway of Lib
rty, and Miss Lura Pickens of Easley.
P. T. Sanders and family wish to ex
ress their thanks to their many friends
nd neighbors, and especially to Dr. J. L.
lolt, Rev. and Mrs. T. E. Durham and
he officials of the Glenwood mill for
he many kindnesses shown them during
he illness and death of his father,
'lifus C. Sanders.
Dr. Lewis F. Robinson left Pickens
donday morning for Philadelphia, where
ke will take a post-graduate course.
-le will then continue his studies in
4ew York city, specializing in children's
liseases. Dr. Robinson has many friends
n this county who will regret his going
way, but who wish him success in his
hosen work. It is understood that
pon his return to this state lie will
)eate in Greenville.
About twenty-live of the good ladies
ndi girls of the Martin section met Miss
ilizabeth Mauldin, the home demonstra-1
ion agent, at the home of Mrs. Sam
lalley for the purpose of organizing a
romanl's club ont Friday, the 12th. The
rganization was perfected and officers
lected. Miss Mauldin outlined the
work for the club and gave a practical
emonstration of the fireless cooker.1
Mrs. G. F. Cammer of Greenville
p~ont a fewv hours in Pickens Monday.
he was accompanied b~y Mr. Martin 4
nd daughter of Laurens county. Mrs.
ammer' was driving a Ford ear' and
urning kerosene oil instead of gasolineF
1)r motor pow~er. H-er' husband patent*-~
d an attachment fo'r using kerosene
1st wveek in Washington. She saidi the
ttachmnents arc being manufacturedt
ow dlaily in Greenville. Mr. Cammer' I
foreman of the Southern railway I
hops in G;reenivile.
On the afternoon of May 10. the Pick
na chapter U. D. C.. with the childr'en
rom the Pickens graded and high
chool and the Pickens mill school as- '
enmbledi at the cemetery to decorate the
raves of the fallen Confeder'ate veter
ns. 'The order of the exercises were
s followvs; Song-"Tenting on the Old
samp)Ground," by the audience; prayer',
tev. D). W.' Hiott; poem, r'ead by Rev.I
.E. Wiggins; recitations, by two boys,
arefully trained by Miss.Virginia Ligon,'
cacher' of the mill school. A fter the
xercises wer'e finished flowers were
laced on the graves of the departed
Dick Martim of Detroit, Miebi., invis
ting relatives and1( friends1 here. [Dick
ow holds a responsible place in the
uitomobile shop of a large D~etroit dte-a
Singers of Pickens are invited to jomhi
n an all day sinking at Wolf tr
laptist church in Oconee 'county. thie
Irat Sunday in June. The hnvitatfqn
ames from W. M.Murpree:
C. B. Finleyietfe
i. rtet r~'~he.wt~'1v'
after a short 11 t
of Mrs. D, W.
J. ' E. Bridga.fncetral hin')14e:1
appointed magistr y9 Mran.
ning for Central tow h in Pickens
county to succeed . 0. Rowland, 're
'The Pickens townlapsngingconven.
tion will meet with'thie Ambler Sunqay
school, at Amblerk. school house, on the
fourth Sunday afte'n6j. -in May at 2
J. M. Phillips, editor of the Seneca
Farm and Factory, is a- candidate for
the legislature in Oconee county. Mr.
I Phillips' formerly lived 'at Central, in
Mr. R. P. Mogridge of Richmond, Va.,
who has been visiting his mother, Mrs.
Lewis Burtnett, for the past two weeks,
left Monday for Richmond. Mrs. Burt
nett accompanied him as far as Easley.
Don't forget that -Dr. Odom, the
Greenville eye specJalst,-. will be in
Pickens at the Pickens Inn next .Satur
day, May 20. He will also be at Cen
tral Thursday, May 18, and at Liberty,
A crowded house attended the school
closing entertainment at Roanoke last
Friday evening and the excercises were
enjoyed to the fullest. The program
was well carried out and the entertain
ment was a success in every respect.
The home of Horace J. McGee, in
Anderson, was destroyed by fire last
week. Mr. McGee was formerly cash
ier of one of the Central banks and is
well known in Pickens county. He is
now district agent for the Southeastern
Life Insurance Co.
The Keowee chapter, U. ). C., of Lib
erty held memorial excercises at the
school auditorium on the afternoon of
May 10. The address was made by Lloyd
Smith of Easley, after which all went
to the cemetery to decorate the graves
of Confederate veterans.
Big Creek church, near Williamston
in Anderson county, will have home
coming and memorial day on the first I
Sunday, and Saturday before, in June.
Many people in Pickens county are ex
pected to attend. Big. Creek is the
:hurch of their forefathers.
C. W. Hunter, who lives in the Pea
Ridge section, is able to be up after a
severe attack of pneumonia. He was
in bed sick just at a busy season for
farmers and his neighbors prepared his
land, planted his seeds and Mr. Hunter
says his crop is in as good shape as if
he had not been sick. ie says he never
lived in a community where the people
were as good to him as in the "Bolding
settlement," and his heart is overflow
ng with gratitude to his friends and
eighbors who helped him out when he
ieeded it so much.
You and your visitors wvill f
v'ant to spend a good part of ~
he summer days on the porch. C
We have a complete line of nice
orch Furniture at reasonable
rices and we want you to come
nd see it. It will not only add
o your comfort, but to the ap-I
earance of your home. We
iave swings, settees, chairs, ta
>les, etc. Pickens Hardware &
Screen your h(
start on you.
We have a nlic(
windovws; also 1
Florence and I
Freezers and VM
BROOKSHIRE 8 GARAGE
Automobile Repairing a Spec
ialty. Gasoline, Oils;Greases
etc. Decarbonizer for burn.
Radiator hose, all sizes. Ford
fan belts. Tires, all sizes. We
care for everybody's car.
C. F. BROOKSHIRE,
Phone No. 7.
Mrs. A. W. Tanner and children of C. G. Rowland, who recently
he Mt. Carmel community spent spent as magistrate at Central, has been ak
sunday and Monday here at the home pointed postmaster at that place anj
>f her grand-father, H. A. Richey. took charge of the office Friday.
FORD-THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Heore's an Important fact: One-half of all the cars on Ameri
an highways are Fords. Because Ford cars have given satic
action from the beenning. Every Ford owner is a F'ord booster,
rir the car more than meets his expectaton.. Copsider the reco.A
f the Ford first and. you Aon't-'look further when vou buy.
Touring Car . $440
AlIl prices f. o. b. Detroit. On dis$Tpl y and salei by *
B. L. HENDRIX, Pickens, S. C.
R HEALTh'S SAKE!
>use before "Mr. 'Fly" gets the
assortrnent of* screen doors and
>lack and galvanized screen wire.
look over our assortment of
~oss Oil Cook Stoves, Ice Cream
nid Ice Boxes.
~RICES ARE RIGHT!
For the Best in Hardware"
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