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We urge you to looll at our line of goods before
going or sending elsewhere. We are putting in
better and larger stoc~s each season.
We are confident we can supply your Xmas needs
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J.N. H A LLill Prop. & Myr.
Pine No. 8
Before the Bi Rush
We hge11 a nicoo lectou of goods snitabl as gifts for
tho fto nil Belwegges a few arpticle:
For anhildren-Boys' W eaho H as, Toy Pistols
Fretor is, AirnGuns, fe afty yrae s nlocipedes
laIshllight's, Pocket KnIives.
For LaisHlewrStoves, Ranges, cookcing Uten
its, scissors, Manicure Sets, Lamps, Percolators, Oil Stoves,
For gMn-Razors, Pocket Knives, Guns, Ammunition
Tools, Flashlights, Rayo Ljamps.
Come to See Us Before You Buy
Phone 68. Look For the-Big Saw Sign:Easley, S. C
T HIS W AY!
Furniture Buyers, for Your Needs in
House Furnishings. You Will Findsto
amh e B r a n i nO__# As% L Vnes
Stores,_1anes, Bedroom~r Stoes, OddaDress, Bedsn tads,
Mtrss, S riinr es, avenps, Parltoruts, Fea thers*
Tools, Newsl g Hom Sewing Lachns.owodSwn
Come ai to See Us Bfor Your Buy d
Phn 6.LookberteBgSwS:aly, S. C.
ThisHoue Bargainser llLies.w n
SouRnes, itedmSies, tOd esers, Batrs
Bed ithe Toe hig gradhes Red-oroo Sewin '
Do'tvilce GSreents forj ouan Nietle
Man thatvte Younrey promneMoey
Yolur conseraonfi .lernCoes oicited
Soticly"One rciles and youre itne b)ackn
anyh thighgest wrong. ad-or8e
SMIeTHriet t& \ci BRS oW, sn itl
B. B. Porter, Jack Sutherland and
Harry LaBoon spent Sunday at Salem
Misses Eula and Jonnie Attaway of
Liberty spent Thanksgiving with home
folks at Pickens.
Auditor-elect Henry Townes has pur
chased the Jule Parsons house in Pick
ens from T. A. Bowen.
J. C. Alexander is having his dwelling
house remodeled. Contractor It. E0.
Yongue has charge of the work.
Dr. A. A. Odom thanks the good
people of Pickens county for the busi
ness given his firn during the year 1916.
There will be a singing at Mountain
Grove the second Snnday in December,
beginning at 2 o'clock. 1verybody is
Roy Attaway and sister, Miss Annie
May, of Williamston, spent Thanksgiv
ing with the family of Mrs. Belle Atta
wiay in Pickens.
The personal property of the late R.
S. Lewis will besold to the highest bid
(r at his old home December 12, be
ginning at 10 o'clock.
It. F. Herd, the good mail carrier on
Pickens route 8, has purchased Dr. L.
F. Rohinson's house and lot in Pickens
and expects to move into his new home
before Christmas. .
Rev. C. It. A bercrombie of Salem has
bought a place at Six Mile and will move
there in the near future. Mr. Aber
crombie nov preaches at Mountain
View, Sallm, l'heohlet. and Plasanlt
Remember- the ladies', azaar- next
Friday, De-cem-br S. It will be in the
Vacant store room next tol 1. '. Parsons'
store. A tut-key dintier wvi!l also lie
ser-ved and every body is invited t-> take
dinner there that day.
Annnouncement has been nade of the
engagement of Miss Alargattt-- llooker
of Greenville and Mr'. Wnrren S. Alli
son. Miss Booker is pleasantivlv reieii
bered in Pickens having spent several
seasons here its milliner.
Judge 1'. J. Mauldin presided at
the famous lsenhower trial at York last
week. It is safe to say that ,iince he
has been on the bench Judge Mauldin
has presided at. more fainous cases than
any other judge in the same length of
Pickens shriners who attended the big
shiners' meeting at Greenville Thursday
are it. E. Bruce, M. C. Smith, T. L.
Bivens, J. T. Richey. Guy McFall, J.P.
Carey, Jr., and W. i Chastain. Mr. w
Chastain took the shrine Thursday. ti
Guy Mc Fall says he TOOK it, too. d
A. 1). Oliphant, member of the state d
board of charities and corrections, was %
in Pickens last week inspecting the jail, a
chaingang and poor house. He reports o
them all mn average condition, but re- i:
commended that whites and blacks be a
separated on the chaingang. v
Mr. Joe Massengill of the Mountain
View section cut his foot while chop- I
ping wood Monday morning and as a re
suit he will have to -use crutches for q
some time. Mr. Massengill is clerk of F
Mountain View church and many friends
hope he will soon be all right again.
Pickens Lodge K. of P. No. 123elect- r
od the following oflicers to serve during
the year 1917: Hal W. Hiott, C. C.;
Dr. R. E. Lewis, V. C.; Rev. 1). W.
Hiott, Prelate; Dr. J. L. Valley, K. R.
S.; H. A. Nealy, M. A.; Sherilf R R.
Roark, M. W.; A. M. Morris, NM. F.;I
U. B. Lalloon, M. E.; A. C. Gr'aveley,
1. G ; A. Mason Simmons, 0. G.
The Pickens, G;lenw~ood, Easley and
Alice cotton mills have recently raisedI
the wvages of their operatives ten per
cent. 'This increase came without the
operatives asking for it, wvhich showv.s a
good spirit existing between the em
iloyers and1( employees of these mls
rhe increased cost of living made it
necessary and the increasedl earnings of
the mill and fair-ness of the officersmd
it possible. We ar-e glad to see it.
A marr-iage which was qjuite a surin
prise to the friends of the contracting
parties was that of Miss Floy Cantr-ell
of this county to W. F. Hiett, o f near
Will iamston. TIhe ceremonyv was per--|
formed by probate judge, .1. B. New-1
h~ery, at his residence at 2 o'clock last
Sunday aftetrnoon. NMrs. H-iett is a|
danughtter of Mr. and Mrs. M. D). Cantrell I
whose home is about eight miles above
Pickens. 'This happy young couple has|
the best wishes of scores of friends.
Miss Bertie Abercrombie and Mr'. I
Terry Ferguson were mnarr'iedl Sunday
mornmng at the hotme of the bride's pat-- |
ents, Mtr. and Mrs. D. M. Abetrcrombie I
of the Mountain Viewv section, tev. C.
R Abercr-ombie performing the cere- I
monly. The groom is a son of the late I
Oliver F erguson. After the ceremony
the btridal parUty attended preaching at i
Mountain View and returnedl to the
bride's home where all enjoyed a r'egu- *
latr old time wedding dinner. Friends
of the happy couple wvishi them every- I
Rev. E. TV. Hodges and family arriived
in Pickens last week and are being
welcomed by out' people to their newv U
home. Mr. Hodges has b~een assigned i
by the Methodtst conference to supply a
Gr-ace church and preached his first ser- I
mon01 her-e Sunday morning to an atten
tive and well-pleased congregation. Mr.
Hlodges comes here from Lancaster,
where lie was pastor four years. He
has made a most favorable impr-ession*
her'e andl we hope he wvill like our pole I
as w~ell a-s we believe wve will like him. j
Pickens county boys who are >laying I
football at the colleges wvhich t iey at-.
tend~ covet-ed themselves wvithi glor-v in
the Thanksgiving gamnes. Part of a re- I
por't in the Carol ina-C'itadel game in
Coltumbia says "Seatbor-n, the fleet lad
from Pickens, skirted the visiting end(s 1
for good gains aind played his best game 9
of, the season.'' Seaborn wvas pla ying
with Carolina and his team was defeat- I
edi by the Citadel team, wvhich is chamt
ptin of this state. A part of the reCpor't
of the Virginia-North Car-olina gamie I
playedl at Richmond says, '"olger's
52 yatrd (lash todiay gave the University'
of North Carolina its first football i
victory, over theo University of Vir'
ginia in eleven years." We have
often noticed that no matter what game I
Pickens boys engage in they are gener
ally able to take care of themselves
wherever they may be.
as you never though
could be is yours t
command quick a
you buy some Princ
Albert and fire-up
pipe qr a home-mad
Prince Albert give
you every tobacco sat
isfaction your smoke
appetite ever hankere
for. That's becaus
it's made by a patente
process that cuts ou
bite and parch! Pril
been sold without c<
We prefer to give qu
has a flavor as differeni
And that isn't strange, e
Buy Fthice Albert every- re
where tobacco is sold in
toppy red bags, Sc; tidy red A
tins, 10c; handsome pound 01
and half-pound tin humi
dors-and-that corking fine C(
pound crystal-glass humi- p
dor with sponge-moistener
top that keeps the tobacco
in such clever trint-alwayst H
Pickens County Teachers' associatio
is reorganized at a meeting held i
ie Pickens High school buildingSatw
y. Prof. Coggins was elected pres
nt and Miss Edna Earle of Picker
as re-elected secretary of the assoc
ion. Prof. Coggins is superintender
f the schools at Easley and Miss Earl
principal of the Calhoun school. Bot
e well qualified for the positions I
hich they have been elected. Sup
.T. Hall un presided over the meetir
nd the attendance of the teachers wi
irly good, about twenty being presen
bhe president will appoint program ar
xecutive committees and another mee
g will be called at an early date,
hich an interesting program will I
arried out. Watch for the announe
I girl, big 01
s of Nunna]
3 We hax
Free? We a
to each purchaser
a i by m .
of this tidy r
t you will read:
ice Albert has always rie and
has tde A
)UPO Ns or premiums. smoke Pi
ality I one smoke'd
the national joy smoke
as it is delightful. You never tas
een who think they can't smoke a
tte can smoke and will smoke
ibert. And smokers who have not ye
it certainly have a big surprise and
h ing their way as soon as they
rince Albert tobacco will tell its own
J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO , I
s Delegates From Pickens County W Hs
t Governor Manning has ppointed the
Sfollowing delegates from Pickens coun- COF
ty to the eighth annpal convention of FL
s th Southern Commerciol Congress,
which meets in Norfolk, Va., December
11, through December 14:
e wol. C. L. Cureton, Pickens; s. s. if
11 Hagood, Easley; Lloyd H. Smith, Ea-i- hlad
0 ley; J. N. Morgan, Central; . F. Nor
1ris, Central; ,R. E. Bruce, Pickens; Dr. Ml
e J. L. Valley, Pickens; J. P. Carey,
t Pickens; W. H. Geer, Easley; W. C. i
P f Smith, Easley; J. F. Bannister, Liberty; this
A I F. G. Gaines, Central; J. C. Garrett. yoU
t- Norris; E. Folger, Pickens; E n. Craig,
gt Pickens; J. M. D. Bruce, Pickens. c
Miss Mattie Finley is spending this
weekc with friends in Easley.
regingy yo gifts a eaStrdy nis
|ltl, e box of Cunlysdlciu ad.W
,fher 5c o $ 0 0. ntte
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l ChaoisSkns Pfcke
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bete owibera of whea
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