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Effective May 9th, the
Chevrolet Motor Com
pany announce a price
reduction on the Model
490 Touring Car of
$175. This will make
the car sell for $750.00
delivered in Pickens
county. This price
nakes bhe Chevrolet
an exceptiopal bargain,
and if you are thinking
of buying a car you will
not save anything by
waiting longer, as there
will be no further price
reduction this year. For
demonstration or any
further information, see
H. L. Barr, care Barr
Bros., Easley, S. C.
ONE CENT BUYS.
To the first 20 custo
three pound can of
them an extra one pc
Only one to each
only 20 cans will be
We guarantee V
or money refunded.
3 pound can, $1.:
THE PICKENS RA
Suipersedels Schedulie Nr. 1$ .- Effee
No. 1 No. 2 Diat.
71:00 a in 2 2:00 mn 0 lv. Piv
7l:0)5Um 32:05 p mn * 1 ]
'i:35amf 22:35 pm *4'
'7:20am 32:20pm * 5
7(:25jam 32:25pm * 7
7:3~0am 3n 2:30)pm * 8
'7:35am 32:35pm 9.3 Ar. EA
*No agenit. All trains daily
Trains Nos. 3 and 3 connect v
Trains Nos. 2 anxd 41 connect with S(
Approved: J1. P. CAREY, Pra
Fox further iniformantion (all<
You can havo a comnfortabhle hitch
en this summenr.
No more needs~ of a hot, steaming,
uncomfortable kitchen all the sum.
Modern household applianes wil
enable you to take things easy.
Let us refit your kitchen now.
OIL COOK STOVES.
An oil cook stove or Majesti
PRange makes house work easier. Al
- of the heat is used for cooking
V. Your kitchen will be cool and 'sor
In Attractive Case.
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
This offer for a limited time only.
Remit by mc.ney crder or cash
FRAD RAZOR CO.
New York City.
H i2i ii W1 EaC E"f EIE
A. POUND CAN OF
mers who purchase a
Votan, we will give 5
lund can for one cent.
family and positively 1
otan Coffee to please f
ey, S. C.
le. No. 39
t.sve February 7th, 3921, 12:01 a. m.
No. 3 Nr. 4
kvne, S. C. A r. 9:315 a m 4:00 pra
Perguson 9 :-10 a m 3:55 p ra
Sheriffs 9 :03 a m 3:50 p mn
P'arsons 9:00 a m 3:45 p m
Arial 8:55 am 3:35p m
Mahuldin 8:50 a mE :30 p m
SLEY, S. C. Lv. 8:46 am 3:25p m
~ith Southern Railway Nos. 29 and 46,
'uthern Railway Nos. 12 and 39.
edn. Genera] Manager.
J1. T. TAYLOR.
A good refrigerator is a real
economy. Our refrigerators keep
,food fresh and clean, and save ice.
Special values in refrigerators this
ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
It's easy to make ice cream if you
ow-n a freezer. Home made ice
cream is pure and clean. Prices
SCREEN DOORS, WINDOWS,
-and wire will keep the fly and dis.
Easley, S. C
NO APPEAL IN BALLEW'S CASE.
No appeal will be made in the case
of Wade Ballew, convicted week be
fore last at Pickens of manslaughter
in connection with the killing of
Chief of Police Holcombe of Easley
several months ago. A statement to
'this effect was made Saturday night
by E. M. Blythe, of Martin & Blythe,
counsel for Ballew.
Following the jury's verdict of
"guilty of manslaughter," Ballew was
sentenced by Judge Mauldin to serve
six years in the state penitentiary.
He has been taken to Columbia by
Pickens county officers and has begun
serving his sentence.
Robert Wilson, tried with Ballew
for murder in connection with Jolice
Chief Holcombe's death, was acquit
L. T. WATSON RE-ENLISTS IN
.Mr. Iynn T. Watson, son of Jilius
R. W~atsoni, of Eas.ley, S. C., re-enlist
ed in the 3arine Corps at their re
cruiting station in the Austell build
ing, Atlanta, Ga., a few (lays ago,
according to Captain P. C. Geyer,
Jr., U. S. M. C. officer in charge. R
Private Watson had served his
Country for eleven years as a mem
ber of various units in the army, dur
ing the late war saw service in
France. He re-enlisted for four a
years, and was transferred to the
larg.: and healthy training carmp of
the Marines at Paris Island, S. C., m
where he will "brush up" on his a
drills, and will then be ready for w
service in the various posts of the h
Marine Corps.- .
While at Paris Island, Watson will *
indulge in that sport of sports- 1\
marksmanship, he will spend a fe'w t1
weeks on the large rifle range of the t<
Marines, where he will have an op- ti
portunity to qualify with the Spring- s1
field rifle. He will also have an o}j-.
portunity to visit the '(Ie swimmin
hole' and particip;&te in var ious soorts
during his lemaure :momeinte. Sports
that help so much in the physical up
keep of the world's famous Marne.
A BIRTHDAY DINNER.
On June 7 t.h children and grand
children of Mr. 0. C. Thompkins as
sembled at his home on East Main
street. to celebrate his seventy-fourth
The day was clear and beautiful, .
and very early the crowd began to
come. All brought well-filled bas
kets which were enjoyed by all at 1
the noon hour. There was an abund
ant supply of eatables and some of I
the neighbors were inlvitedI to share
Mr. Tomnpk~ns enjoyed him-elf J
very much among his relatives and i
rec(eivedl s(everal niee presents. lie
is a wvell known citizen, having been I
born in P'ickenl county' and lived '.
hre all his life. He is a Confed
erat( e t(ran. having se'rved thiirt(en
moi(nths withi the state' troops in South .
(Carolina, Noth Carolina and Vir'
ga.:. He wa.- akn (out of the 9
.sohool room daring the seventeen- [i
year-old cal] and served until the sur- Ll
CENTRAL ROUTE THREE.
Rev. Mr. Crawford filled his rtegu
lar appointmnent at Mt. Tabor Bap- '
t ist chureb Sunday morning at 11:00
a. m. A large crowd attended.
Prayer meetnig at Mt. Tabor is
progressing very nicely. Everybody
come and b~ring. some one else withJ:
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rice were the
guests of Mr. -J. J1. Rice, Mrs. Elijah j
Chapman and Mirs. J. W. Head last [
we ek. 1
'Crops in this section are looking
fine, although a good shower would
be a welcome visitor.
Misses Gertrude Moore, Alma
Rice and Mr.' Henry H-. Jordlan spent
a pleasant afternoon in Clemson
Mr. Neville V. McTeer andl one of
his friends took a little spiin to
Seneca Sunday aftern~oon to see their
Mr. Arthur Head is on an extended
visit with home folks this week.
MEDITATION OF A SPIDER.
Said the spider to himself, "Every
time I get my webb woven in or
around the store doors of hte stores
that advertise in The Progress and
Sentinel I hardly get it finished, dur
ing the night, then early in the ,
morning the people begin t~o pour in
and out until every strand of my webb
is gone and I have to take refuge in
the crevices of th(e walls to keep
from being trsampled to (eathi. So I
have decided to move my place of
business to the store that (des r.ot
advertise. There I shall not be mo)
lested, my webb will remain intact
and there wvill he plenty of flies and
buigs caught in the webb, for there is
no passing to frighten them away.
So I shall grow fat and have ease
ndplntyn." e I
The next time
you buy calomel
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are
nausealess, safe and sure.
Medicinal virtues retain
ed and improved. Sold
only in sealed packageb,
"Chamberlains' Tablets have bee
,ed by my husband and myself of
id on for the past five years. Whe
y husband goes away from home h
ways takes a bottle of them alon
ith him. Whenever I have tha
?avy feeling after eating, or fee
all and played out, I take one o
'c of Chamberlain's Tablets an
ey fix me up fine," writes Mrs. New
n Vreeland, Minola, N. Y. Tak
ese tabkts when troubled with con
iration or indigetion and they wil
We have put out
partments of our st
not fail to visit our
we are offering.
FINE SUMMER DRESS C
We are showing a full
of Voiles and Organdies, j
are looking for to make 3
Dress. Prices are very rea
75c and $1.00. It will suiri
cheap you can buy pretty <
BIG SAMPLE LINE
Just received a big
sample line of Shirts,
Overalls, heavy Under
wear, etc. We bought
this line 'at a big dis
count and we have
' marked the price at
less than wholesale.
You can certainly find
a lot of bargains in
this lot of samples.
THE STORE. THAT'S ALWuAs
To seal in the
JAY M. ABBOTT
Funeral Director and
Phone No. 5
LIBERTY, S. C.
WV-7; SUFFER FROM RHEUMA.
Do you know that nine out of every
ten cases of rheumatism are simply
rheumatism of the muscles or chronic
rheumatism, neither of which require
any internal treatment? The pain
' may be relieved by applying Cham
berlain's Liniment, which makes sleep
and rest possible, and that certainly
means a great deal to any one afflict
ed with rheumatism.
m the different de
s for this week. Do
e of the' big Bargains
u t whic lif sno wht i
.5 o. 50.
uartmn i n a Chtauqua.in
durwinglthn thingsek in
Shysand we ha. the style
enuinte Baue Buie o
Overahi, l izs t whto -t
44,il f eind o r hisr
. wek $ . . .. .
t _ _ _ A C E N TS__ _ _ _ _ __FO R _ J
Sheeting maeo a r.
asked a woman recently when
'we were e.am:ining her eyes.
"Because failure to be parti
cular and careful may mean
::cre eyestrain and more dis
crmfort instead of the relief and
v vision that result from wear
w a. the rilt glasses rightly m ade
1 .d fitted."
have the latest instruments
.7 ng careiul, skill ful, parti
zl r work and the disposition
Keak Films Developed by Experts
ODOM-SCHADE OPTICAL CO.
A. A. ODOM, A. H. SCADI
President - Sec'y. & Trea
I Mascoic Temple, Greenville, S.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC ANI
l Every family should keep th
- preparation at hand during the hot.
? the summer months. It is almo
. sure to he needed, and when th
I time com:e, is worth many timesi
cost. Buy it now.
some real Bargains fro
ore at very special price
store and take advanta
OODS AT SPEC. I'UM
I Our Shoe 1
Find comnpkete ]ine itself. We ar<
ust the ting you up-to-date Lov
our new Summer and last you
sonabe-25c, 50c, dressie appeari
)rise you just how ecomfocrt, with(
ress goods at this s:houldl be. Y
SPECIAL PRICES ON PIECE
GOODS FOR THIS WEEK.
36-inch heavy Brown Sheeting, 51
Good quality Apron Ginghams, 20<
Large i.ssor'tment of Dress Ging.
hams, 12 1-2c yard.
10-4 wide, unbleaebed Sheeting
Good heavy Hickory Shirting, 15c
Best grade Amnoskeog A. C. A~
F'eather Ticking, 25c yard.
Real heavy grade Mattress Tick.
ing, 25c value, special this week, 15c
Lad-Lassie Cloth, nice new pat
terns, 25c yard.
Utility Dress Ginghams, pretty new
spring patterns, value 25c, special
this week, 19e yard.
Best good yard-wide Percale, good
line dress patterns, 25c yard.
dwin L. Bo]