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The Old Reliable
LEWIS' TONIC STOCK POWDER
Is Reliable. Everybody that Bought it
Tells us so.
LEWIS' WHITE SALVE
Does Just What we Say it Will do-Cures
Sores and Burns.
4 In fact, this is a Reliable Drug Store.
We don't give something for nothing, but
we do give you full value for every cent
you spend with us.
Ten Years in Pickens.
R. E. LEVIS, Prop. and Mgr.
Have Been Reduced
Lumber has declined in the last eight
months as much as it advanced in the last
the cost of material on the following six
room house which we recently furnished
Price Price Reduction
Lumber, brick, etc - - - - .-- - - ',398.53 $1,131.36 $1,267.17
Mill Work - - - - - - -. - - - - - . 462.00i 316.00 146.00
lIIllr Wfll'l an1(l painit------------ - OO 4
H a d. _ . 375.50 281.50 94.00
Tjotali cost. n1.e;ial - $-- 3,2 ;36.0:3 $1 .72s. 6 $1,50 7.17
Labor and plumbing Oi at least. 50 per cent.
A new building represents a perma
Snent investment that cannot be equalled at
Make Those Improvements N ~
Do Your .Building
Easley Lumber Co.
Next to Citizens Oil Mill.
4 Phone 116.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
Tire setting, all spiked wvheels-- - - -- ---..--..-...:$3.00 per se
STire .setting, all bolted wheels..-- -- -- -- -- -- -.------.-.............$3.50 per se
All wood work in proportion.
All plowv work--------_---_--- _---_- .-- ........_..._.....__......1c eac1
Sweeps-----.. -----.._-. -_ ---...___.--....- .........._1c to 35c eacl
Acetylene Welding donew. All work guaranteed.
We offer for a limited time to burn ca. 1onl and grind valves on a]
solid head six cylinder motors $8.0i0. All solid head four cylinder motor
$6.00. .. ..'
4 Aout6 o axle and spring work doneC. Buggy rubber 'tire wvork don
Horse Shoeing------ ----_--.._---..--.--..--_-$1.5'
mAlke pwork strictly cash. WVe w-!! akei con or* pecas on work at th
At 3. L. Hughes old stand.
PICKENS, S. C.
Pickens Cabinet Works i
We have a nice line of Screen Doors
and Windows, Ice Boxes, Porch Swings,
etc. Let us. make you a price on your
A marriage that was quite a sut
prise to the many friends of the cor
tracting parties was solemnized v
the residence of the ('liating oill(
er, J. Alonzo Brown, N. P., on la;
Sunday, the 15th inst., about 2:00 1
m., when Mr. Robb Henry Maw 1!
to the hymeneal altar Miss Maggi
Powell and after a very impressiv
and lengthy ceremony, were prc
nfounced man and wife. The groor
is a son of the late Sam Maw and i
a prominent young farmer of Centra
while the bride is the beautiful an
charming young daughter of Alr. an
Mrs. Benl Powell, of Liberty, an
numbers her friends by the score
This happy young couple has sai<
by thei mar riage that tIhey believ,
the happiness of the iatrimoiia
bli ";is rather to be chosen than thi
'arrows of the c2li bacy amd we ven
tor, the assertion they wi11 n4t b<
(i;d h when he madh Ahi:uII the
i :5 :-. 'ood for iai 'o liv' alor,
T :ti= 'hy thle old ma tin n'a ill
er han:. "u close around (hek "hoi
per" ' e 1't!: mill ee :
and niiit' it the week in or(d r 2" to bo
of any ar'i-:tanl ce he c'an to those wh<
belieive in the divine iijuincti'ni.
;o briny on your' "turn" either <ia
or niht an you will :lwayv. tid thi
old( naller on duty.
WHAT'S IN YOUR LIQUOR?
"The Town Rounder" says in th
Anderson flail that mystery sur
rounded the death of one of hi:
friends. When he went to the hom<
of the deceased to attend the funera
services, he looked aroundi mid fount
an uncorked bottle from which th<
(ead man had been (hrinking. I
slipped it in his pocket and took i
to a chemist to find out what ingre
dients were in the beverage which
was said to have been made in Abbe.
ville county. The chemist finally
gave him back a slip on which wa
writt'n. "Bockade--analysis incom
plete, but found it contained:
Red Devil lye,
'ermonganate of Potash,
1 enee of nails and tae: h mmer:
I' lhehirideQ of miercvury,
Wood alcohol, '
Cyanide of potassium.
If you still take your "little dIrami,
ha.ve you any assurance that wha
you wvihl drink next does not contai
similar poisons? Just a little woo<
alcohol in a pint or a quart will blim
you for life. It dloesn't take muel
poison to put you in the coffin. Johi
Barheycorn is sending a lot of busi
ness to the undertakers these dhays
Every day throughout the countr;
mn are dying from poisoned liquo
which looked like "good stuff."
It may be your turn next.-Th
WHITE MAN HEAP BIG FOOL.
Any one who contemplates adver
tising should figure on the cumulativ
result obtained by constant use o
space-, for the one time advertisemen:
is never a safe barometer as t
t whether advertising will or wvill nc
pay. The great success built ui
Sfrom advertising have almost inval
inbly been built up by constafit an
consistent use of space.
The man who ,iudges the pullin
3 power of advertising from the inse
r tion of one or two adhvartisemnitsi
like the Indiani who heard about thi
merits of a feather bed. Hie put tw
r' three feathers on the ground an
slept on them. In the mornin, w'uho
lie got up). he remiai'ked, "'White ma
hea p ai' f'o. HeI says feath eris soi
to slee'p onl!"'Massengale Ad verti:
WHAT CAN YOU DO0?
It's not who you are or what yu
know that (dtermiines youi' pay cheel
.. When you do more you'll be wort
* )maughon's TLraining takeni (ith:
at llomie or1 in School teaches you
thliose things that Count most in bus
Promiotion and Salary come c
itheir owvn accord to the man or w<
mian that delivers the goods. Tak
the 1:r'st step) todhay.
.Write us for informnatioi
DRAUGHION'S BUSINESS 0]
LEGE. Phone 951, Columbia, S.4
IT WORKS FOR COLUMBIA.
From The State.
Presumably every citizen of Co
t lumbia who thinks of the city's inter
est is convinced that it must have a
t chamber of commerce. A city with;.
out a central commercial organiza
Lion would, in this age, be looked
e upon as an antique. If Columbia's
e Chamber of Commerce is to be an ef
- fective agency in the development of
the community it must have the gen
eral and hearty support of business
men and nimlbers of the professions.
Columbia is a city of 50,000 peo
ple. Its chamber of commerce should
have t membership of at loxt 4 1 ,000.
In fact, that is a iodel'at.- number
to ma1ike the goal.
-Of ll civic or2''an1ization1s, that one
to which is nt 'rust ed the po'tllotion
f comm(rcial I grovth ' i I hi be least
il:-mp1e.red by the .('). I a i11eiy to
car.y f on :t he ie lier . it i'oa
lumbhia cehambr' het mhy ent a
dolhir that it could re:n bly :a fod
itncivi:. it h:h oi e of h chann
l)enlh it workw ill b, u1)t a( iag foh
ThmerCialmbolr ma. ene, thl e
in dctater and oto ses i the
call omm seunit e ish with he o. Itl
share( activlby iii1 :isexe :i< i aa iidr(
atuative body of the city's usi
men. if any there he who crilise
the chamber's pnolici00 they cannot
correct them by remainintg aof from
its activities. The voice of the cham
ber will be accepted a: speaking for
commercial Columbia. Hlence, the
plain dictate of cogon sense is that
all business men unite with the body,
share actively in its exertions and
make it in highest desre a true and
accurate reflection of the city's busi
A chamber of commerce in Colum
bia having less than 500 or e00 sup
porting members, struggling to
perform its functions while one-half
of the community gives it the cold
shoulder, would be of small value.
Whatever its shorteomings, the fault
cannot lie with those who art' mem
bers, who pay their dues and attend
No man who stands afar o'Y to say
what ought to be done and what
ought not to be done, contributes
anything to the performance of the
duties in which every Columbian
should have at healthy pride.
Otolenery, .11lay li.--Spe-cial) -We\'
- i lr ' il i.i mud a int . Th is ] not
at new- stry avet tol it before1'(
\\~t myuets tvuhl :io zouis he ut
hs sVec uti the a li1t ip,teio
that hey hfr v- :the dh eni, wi.-b oh
- :im-i' tion th as. o nth. Wtter hpy
-'adte fr e c puetion of thave road
wothe a apfreete mereiaalhol
m egpeople wohav nccerpben the a<
ird what.sbe egel ad
N o thecin thewa thf adt improzes
mte morcibly the meors us "hold
bings il th pine brushs orroks
Bhulth situationvisoshae than i
hasdevfor theen competnofhi roadpae
th waas uhenl CeralCalihoun
roantin sie oward liket) roains
Trael poplenver thsbpaeiess anoa
- gressve thanpthruhe the lcvep
to the in alt wayposfileroa imroe-.
men1ots. Ti venur aountedt a owe
the mail than hs wost usid hles
ben fedwthe ua oiee hvers orarocks.
Bt stion situtirely iswstha it
ins tve been.on Thebout i nplce
Traviel atver thoe place iless de
sirae thain. trugh the filso where
* Iyth blmostd ipsse f get I
t doctorni t eatr. u afit-ea shoer;'
ag he aii ma haqui using his ear;
th rural polcemn have aandoe
th etionexelentirely. Wad ils go.
0ingti toobe done abot tJ11t'
Sinns didth l inthey could liarB o Shir.
wfe an ither rried ue of th 1.c
"hirle. lin Shuirlnd had asO~S te
i tg he lonel marrt. May Godr in.
aonder omyont nd Jtrngh
b thme in the beraommunt. T m
era sevica wre onuct'd RH.
BENNETT MERCANTILE CO.
pr Standard Quality Salmen at.
14' No. 2 can Tomatoes at ..... ..
A real good Cofee at -- -- ------ 25--- - c 11
1-2 gallon Home Canned Pie Peaches at 5 _
Fresh Country Produce at all times.
Let us know your wants.
Just received a nice line of Men's Dress Shirts.
K. Phone 33.
BENNETT MERCANTILE CO
SmwIN- WLAus PRODUCTS
Adding to Comfort nod
Good Cheer of the k-lome
Attractive, restful interior dreo: toI a-1h much to ti.e
cutniort of yonur 53umne; to its cheernlit s;. to its isbi t
COQV7R Harmomon30 s color schemecs f'or the '' walik ..ndz v i k 33A
T5 .: room s ci oyabli andi more livalble, and g.r3r3Iully p1oi the
g~AV-3 ythe welbeing of the entire household.
"" ~ For pleasing combinations in wall a*coration
* is the logical wall finish to use. A flat oil paint which is en
te. ! dunut. washes clean without streaking, alwa 3s trests '. tint.
paimted walls .e u. ue stion.ably more saintary tihan any
hi other wall dc'r.at ion or finish.
For floo Vrs. M .arnlt Varnih. 1:loorlc for the furni tre. Al
; "f ! Sherw1is We'ill.ums finwlets of hit:Loct qiualt y and em-ellence"
pYoul wilt IN sniente-i m the intenor traa;n and F la.To"ua
Wal liiasrt our stone.
FOR SALE BY BAR R BROS., EASLEY.
t -e_ '7y -------- . .- .--. .
Tlraveling men! W hen
bad roads prevent the
use of your car you can .,f c'.\
often accomplish the
same results by calling
on your customers by long distance telephone. The
low STATION TO STATION toll rate saves
time and money when you are reasonably sure some
one with whonm you can talk business will be present.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY @
FROM SILLS TO SHINCLES
we' can supply at once any kind of
__lumber that goes into a house. For
tltthutside( or insidec we have the
p)roper* timber, planking sand trim.
Al Ithoroughly sahonedI too. Not
~'-~Z the gr'een stuni' that claulses so much
ruenlater exp(en)(e. Let's get'(
HI. V/. HAMILTON
Enailey, S. C.
THlE PICKENS RAILROAD COMPANY.
Scheduie No. 19
atupersedeos Schedule No. 18...-Effective February 7th, 1921, 12:01 a. mn.
No. 1 No. 2 Dis. No. 3 No. 4
7:00 a mf 12:00 m U Lv. P3i-kens, S. C. A r. 9':35 a m 4:00 p m
:05 a mn 12:05 p m * I l ergusons 9:10 am 3:55 p
7:15 am 12:15 pm * 4 Sherif's 9:03s arm 3:50p m.
7:20 a mi 12:20 p mn * 5Parsonss 9:00 at m 3:45p m
t :25 am l2:25 pm * 7 Arial 8:55 am 3:35p m
7:30 am 12:30 p m * 8 Mauldin 8:50 am 3:30p m
7:35 am 12:35 p m ti.3 As'. EASLEYx, 5. C. Tv. 8:46 a m 3:25 p m
*No agent. All trains daily except Sunday.
Trains Nos. 1 and 3 connect with Southern Railway Nos. 29 and 46.
Trains Nos. 2 and 4 connect with Southern Railway Nos. 12 and 39.
Approved: J. P. CAREY, President.
For further information call on
J. T. TAYLOR,