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When you buy your school sup
plies do not forget to get a good
tooth brush and powder or paste
as they are important to your chil
dren's health as books, tablets and.,
and pencils are to your children's::
education. We can supply you and -.
supply you well. Your friends,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY :
The Rexall Store
J. N. I0ALLUJPJ, Prop. & Myr.
Phone No. 8
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To Those Who Want
A STEINWAY PIANO
On September 1, 1916, the prices on
all Steinway Pianos will be advanced
from $50 to $150 each. All orders
placed before the 20th of August will
be filled at the present prices.
After September 1st, positively no
Steinway Pianos will be sold below the
advanced prices, Call or write for
catalogue and prices. All orders will
receive our best attention and be filled
In their turn.
JOHN IH. WILLIAMS.
"l'he Piano Merchant GREENVILLE, S. C.
Exclusive Steinway Representative for Upper Carolina
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Safe, Sound and Prog'ressIve
We solicit your banking business and will show you. every
courtesy and convenier ce consistent with sound bankiug prin
cples. Five per cent interest paid onl Savings D)eposits.
J. P. CAlEY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
:FORD-THE UNIVERSAL CAR
The Ford Sedan-made and sold every day in
'the year. A woman's car in all detals; coay,
~, \ refined, smart, easy to drive. easy to care for.
The convenience of an electric car with sturdy
endurance and Ford economy.
* The price of the Sedan IR $645; 0o0pelet, $506;
Run~abou t, $345; Touring Car, $360; rwn Oar,
All prices f. o. b. D~etroit. On display and sale by
W. A. White of Easley rout
1, was in town on business Fri
T. A. Gary, a prominent mer
chant of Liberty, was Pickeni
D. G. Moore of Sumter speni
Sunday at the home of Mr, ani
Mrs. J. M. Gantt.
P. M. Taylor, a promineni
citizen of Easley, was in Pickem
one day last week.
Wilson Ratliffe of Anderson
spent several days this week
with Louie Thornley.
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Alexandei
are visiting relatives on the Keo
wee -Iver in the Nimmons bridge
H1. E. Seaborn, manager of
the Hobbs-Henderson Co. store
in Pickens, left Monday for the
Hon. George A. Ellis pur
chased an Overland roadster last
week. Yes. Mabel, it's a road
ster. "Look out girls."
Miss Julia Legare, who has
been spending some time at
Brown's hotel, is spending sever
al days with the family of W.
All persons interested in the
Bethlehem cemetery are re
quested to meet at the church
next Saturday morning for the
purpose of cleaning off same.
Mrs. E. C. DuBose of Camden
is the guest of Mrs. T. J. Maul
din. A. P. DuBose of Easley
spent the week-eid with his
rnother at the home of Mrs.
The first case of infantile pa
ralysis has been reported in this
county in the Six Mile section.
The three-year-old child of a
Mr. Garrett was stricken last
The Liberty township singring
convention will meet with the
second Baptist church at Liber
ty the third Sunday in August.
Everybody come, bring song
books and well filled baskets.
The Pickens mill band gave
a free sacred concert at the mill
park Sunday af ternoon al ter
which Dr. D. M. Ramsay de
livered a forceful lecture to a
large and attentive audience.
J. P. Dillard of Sene~ca spent
Sunday at the home of his
brother.in-law, J. D. Holder, in
Pickens. Mr. Dillardl was ac
comranied by Mrs. Carrie King,
who has been visiting for sever
al weeks in Seneca.
Prof. J. WV. Ballenjtine anil
family of Leesville, S. C., are
spending a few (lays with Mr.
and Mr's. "gill" Jeanes. Prot.
Ballentine was formerly princi
pal of the school here and they~
have many friends her'e who are
gladl to see then).
Johni King, a brakeman oni
the Southern railroad, was
knocked between the cars by a
cable haneing from telegrapli
poles at Calhoun and had his leg
badly mangled from the knet
down, besides being badly cui
about the head, last week. Aftei
his wounds were dressed by Dr.
Redfern he was rushed to a hos
pital in Greenville.
Brother D). W. Hiott, of Pick.
ens is ever at the good work anc
seems to grow younger with the
years. Recently he held a gooi
meeting with Doctor's. Creela
church, Colleton Association
This was the church that or
dalned him and sent him fortl
on one of the most useful livei
that have been given -to South
Little Frank Partridge weB
Into B. S. Johnson's 5 & 10.cen
store last week to buy some
thig. 'Mr. Johnson. asked hin
what ho wanted and Frank said
"I don't know what it is but I
looks 1 i k e a grasshopper.'
Mr. Johnson promptly handei
him a. "Jews' Ha p" and litti
Frank ran out app 'boi
.1- got just what vi~.,
as you never thought
coud be is yors to
command quick as
you buy sdme Prirace
Albert and fire-up a
pipe or a home-made
Prince Alber; gives
you every tobacco sat
isfaction your smoke
appetite ever hankered -
for. That's because
it's made by a patentedd
process that cuts out ,. re*d *Po
bite and parch! Prince Albert has always givet.."s
been sold without coupons or premiums. ::.,"'.h
We prefer to give quality!
the national joy amok
has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it
And that isn't strange, either.
Men who think they can't smoke a pipe or roll a-ciga
liZ, Pu .''bertyg~ rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince
wher. Thbat'o s caus Toacoo
tpyrs.g.,se tra,.a Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try
tie. 10.; handeom. pound out certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoymeht
def-un tain h omin their way as soon as invest in a
doveend-hat orhng A. coingtent ysupy
pound cra.ndl-5rI hami- Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story
do wirth apoetneret.tner
top tha lp tho. .p s R. J. REYNOLDS T C O, ins-Se N.
We are requested to announce
that the Oolenaoy Camp, W. O
W. will have an ice cream festi e Elli Farm
val on Saturday, August 19th.
Prominent speakers have been
invited and it is planned to
make this a bie event. - Then
festivities' will comomence at 2i
p. m. and ice cream and i~on
ade wvill be served free. Every- Fo_ S a e
body is corlidlly invited to h '
A beauty specialist represent
ing the United .Drug Co i ofer for sn farm locatd nea pice.
demonstrating the Rlxarl Har
mony perfumes and toilet arti
oes will be in Pickens the week
beginning september 18th. She telepone
hiJl call at the homes by a p
pointment and give free.dem
onstrations of these god, frto
massages, etc. Heir headquar
teris will be at the Pickens Dru2
Announcements .__ ----- -- -*
A. S. PORTER is hereby announced'as
a candilate for re-election as Ma istrate
of Pickens townthip, subject to the rules
of the Democratic party.
For Cotton WeigherHo th YerDoR l
The friends of FR~ANK G. ALLaOOD
hereby announce him as a candidate for
Cotton Weigher at Pickens, sub ect to
the action oftevtisi eeeto
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Cotton Wefghar at Piekens; sub 'eetarsoetighevrtatwwllndfr
to the action of the voters in the elec- wne htcn esvd eaerayt
tion of August 19,. 1916.
W fer o selle sfor ecoomy;edarsar Piens
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as cnddae or otonWeghric hae an mprvit on teldhon et
subjct o teAatiLnofMhelotLsSi
th eecio o Agut9,196.us shtowa younk, hEILE wor. W., o HvEEBR
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For a~eF~n Bekshre ~Ig A Reemer the ors for enmyart aor.ute Hall
D.b Mann thclen a ction. ~ of the weatrer.
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For siale-Two houses and t ien
-.es ton ofSix ~ile Tw. F our milk
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