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MARIETTA, ROUTE TWO.
Hello folks! It's been quite awhile
since I've seen any news from this
side of the world, but I want you all
to know\ that we are still living and
enjoying ourselves as much as ever.
We Have on Ha
With Galvanized' W
Screen Windows a
$12.50 up, Screen Ha
all sizes, Doors-best
Casings, Beaver Boarc
* Come or Write us for
.. . I ' 1 t ., ..
Again we offer to I
Plan: Pay us the r
kind for One Cent.
Purpose: This sal
sacrifices its profits and
ducts and you get the be
These goods are e3
5-6. Be sure and see th
Rexall Blood Pills 60c; 2 for 61c
Rexall Aromatic Cascara 25c;
.Rexall Zinc Stearate 25c; 2 fo
Rexall (Ilinkle) Pills 35c; 2 fo
Rexall Sena Fig Liver Syrup 60c
2 for Gle.
Rexall Arnica Salve, old sores
25c; 2 for 26e.
Rexall Aspirin, tin box, 15c; 2 fo
Rexall Aspirin Tablets, large siz(
25e; 2 for 26e.
Rexall Corn Ease Painless Remov
er, 30c; 2 for 31c.
.Jaynes Antiseptic Powder 50e;
Rexall Analgesie Balm 35c; 2 fo
36ec. Large tube.
Rexall Nux and Iron Tablet
$1.00; 2 for $1.01.
Rexall Eye Wash, for inflammna
tion of eyes, 30e; 2 for 31c.
Hlallum Preserving Powder 1Sc;
Rexall Rubbing Oil 30e; 2 for 31,
Rexall Rubbing.Oil 60ce; 2 for 61,
Rexall I ron Cascr onic $1.2(
2 for $1.21.
.Jaynies 1lo'od .Nerve Tonic $1 .24
2 for $1.21.
$1.21 . (Usetd ini all cases of fema
R lexall l'ent ini'.edl t'od Liver (
$100; 2 for $1 .4:.
$1Rexal 1 1Kidniey llIs S50e; 2 for 51
- Rexall .\lilk of .\lagnesia 75e;
Rex\all ?dlilk of Maignlesia 35e;c
* for 36e.
Rtexall WVhite. L inimient 25e ; 2 f
Rexall Nerve Syrup $1.00; 2 f
G;enuine Indion Tonic $1.00; 2 f
Z.iron Iron Tonic $1 .00; 2 f
Mineral Oil $1.00; 2 for $1.01.
Rexall LittI Liver Pills 25c; 2' 1
Rexall I leadache Tablets 25c
Rexall Wormi Candy 30c ; 2
4sents a saving of one hundred
'rhs i th Cl..r Bto inmota io>
Tints BleBuff Gray White70
Vacation Lineni Box Paper 60c;
These prices doin
We have some mighty fine crops it
this section. Several fellows ar
talking about building thsm som
new corn cribs since this rain:
weather has set in.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Edens visite<
the former's parents last Sunday.
nd all Sizes of'
ire at $2.50 Each.
t $1.00, Ice Boxes at
inything in our line.
i of Sampen d for the
r.: nd the pricts are re
:he trade One Cent equl
egular price for any itei
e was developed by the
something else besides i
Ltra besides the Dollar I
Violet Toilet Water $1.0
Rexall Toilet Water 75c;
Boquet Ramee Face Powd<
2 for $1.01.
Boquet Ramiee Talcum
50c; 2 for 51ce.
Klenzo Mouth Wash 20
Arbuts Complexion Crea
Rexall Shaving Crea i m3
Rexall Soap 15c; 2 for 1(
2 Violet Dulce Talcum 2
Violet Dulce Face Powd
s for 51c.
Rexall Talcum Powder 2
2 Rexall Massage Cream 0
-Rexall Rouge 40c; 2 for
R(exall Fatce~ Creami 30c;
lIxall Cold Creami 30c;
ii 1.1A '0 jurs(Glycerine Son
for It e.
Ri kers 'Tooth Paste 30c;
W ~ illowv l.iqjuid Green~i Soa
for 41c .
WVillow l~iqutid Cucumb
:r 35c; 2 for 36c. \~
or Willow Liquid Cream
35e; 2 for 36c.
or Willowv Shaving Lotion
or R('xalI Liquid Gre So
2 for" 5ic. (Contains sapo
connut l~ O i). 'Oil
ET THE DOLLAR E
nery prices. It repre- Lit t e
>er. cent. In this sale Tinsll
tationery and one hun- Soc(t
finest of fine grade. F c
.Paper. French 1~
2' f or 71c' Tuberost
- for 61c- 'Tuberos(
ot include the war tax w
We will a
md S aturday Augusta 4
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Morgan, of
Ilonea Path, are visiting Mrs. Mor
tan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe
\l iss Mae Turner splent Sunday
with Miss Florence Edens, and at
tended preaching s=rvices with her at
Peters Creek Sunday morning.
Misses Dorothy Edens and Ella
Belle' McConnell spent the afternoon
with Mrs. Clyde Rains one day this
we 3k and enjoyed a num>er of new
records on her new Edison.
Mr. James Heeney has returned to
his home in Hamlet, N. C., after hav
ing spent several days here with his
Miss Ella Belle McConnell visited
her friend, Miss Vergie Forrest, n
Mr. Zimmeon Dill and son, Joe
Lee, made a business trip to Green
We are glad to say that we have
no severe cases of sicl less in this
community, ph nty to eii and plenty
to talk about. So what more need
us poor sinners wish for Unless
it's pulty to wear. and we have that
C0mq( on, mischievous boys and
els. ald all you funny folks. When
T he S niiinel is all the mail you get
:trs 1o h:1 ulot to -et : ! news f romn
h m!e i i t.
.\!ay I coni aain'
l' -r lit'o fto counit any psan of
m::ti..:. :ihig or trs asi- in
aly minnel' upon tie lands tf the
1n1! i-i ae on Ieow.'. riv ar.
WV. l1. W h litmir!.
.J. B. Powers.
-t li. Ht. POoer.
ls One Dollar, Thursda:
n here advertised, and
United Drug Company
n order to get a larger 4
)ay Spe cials that we wil
AR DAY FEATURE.
IONS. Hair Nets 15c; 2 for
0; 2 for black, dark brown,
2 for'76c- Sarsaparilla Tonic
~r $1.00; $1.26. This valuable
Powder Yellow Dock, Gentian,
per, Sassafras Roots.
c; 2 for ially in run down bloo
Up dligestive system.
Gc;2Rexall Nux and Iron
)c; 2 for 2 for $1.01. Valuablc
condition, such as fa
c. overwork, nervous e>
5c; 2 for nervous indigestion. 1
er 50c; 2 Rexall Itch Ointmen
5c; 2 for Rexall Eczema Lotil
'76c. Reliable treatmc
5c; 2 for eruption in a pleasant
lant Dye 25e; 2 for
41 c. ,teedl not to fade.
2 for 31c. ! lallum Liver Pills 3
2 for 31c. I lallum~ Liver Syrup
S5c; 8 for A merican Steel Wo
p 0ci la ir 8 rushes, sol id I
p 1 c ; - inc bristle, $1.00; 2 fo
2 for 26e. Ir Li'rushes 75e; 2
2 for 31c. lhair brushes $1.25;
p 40~c; 2 'Toot h brushes 35e;
rCra1 ''oot h brushes 50c;
Colored Vanity Cas
of Roses 'c
Shaving Brushes 8(
50e; 2 for Best grade of bristle,
and guaranteed not tc
ap S~; 2 This is not ai compl
nifiedl Co- - nmany valuable article
Come anid see for you
~5c; 2 for Hucklins, Newv Life-]
26e '(e; 2 for S1c.
lAY SPECIALS. MONE
Society Linen Cards 50c ; 2 for 5ic.
lks Stationery 35e; 2 for 36c.
Enchantmat Linen Box Paper.
ie Greecn BuffY White 60c; 2 for Gile.
,men Box Paper in tints 50c; 2 for Sic
l ourning Linen 75c; 2 for 76c.
bourning Linen 60e; 2 for 61c.
in tints, box paper, 75c; 2 for 76e.
Parchment Box Paper 75,c; 2 for 76c.
hich must be paid on all
ppreciate your Mail Orde
TRIP TO 'MOUNTAINS.
Ye Editor made a trip over into
North Carolina last week, crossing
Gatly on foot in company with sey
eral others. Afler walking thirty
some-odd miles in two days we re
turned home in fine shape and feel
ing good, the only thing wrong with
us being a wrenched knee, a sensa
tion in the calf of a leg that felt
like curdled milk looks, four blisters
on our feet and all our toenails
about to come off. - The person who
said it is only six miles across Gauley
is the same one who named near
beer. He is a poor judge of dis
Effective July 15th,
1921, Chevrolet Motor
Car prices are:
Model 490 Touring
Model 490 Sedan $1,
Model F. B. (Baby
Ml'odel 490 Sedan and
. B. touri)g have been
' redced $375.00.
Al! above prices deliv
For information or de
monstration see H. L.
Barr, care Barr Bros,
Easley, S. C.
, Friday and Saturday, A
we will sell you another
as an advertising plan. '
listribution of its well d
1 have Friday and Satu
16c. Colors, RUBBI
brown, light Hot Water I
IP1.25; 2 for Household Ru
. for 76c.
:onic contains Nipples 10c:
Cascara, Gin- Fountain Sy
Used espec- ' $1.51c.
i and to tone This Sale is f,
Backed by f&
Tonic $1.00 MentholeneI
in run down Is free from
ling strength, eadbache Nas
haustion, also of insects.
t's worth theRealKne
The kidneys a
t 50c; 2 for among the vital
These pills are
mf 75c; 2 for' by us.
ntf of all skin W r n
liquidformthis selling syst
26c. Guaran- is that you eni
patronage and t1
to keep prices <
Oc; 2 for S1e.
50c; for 1c Iexall Tooth
50; fr -c This is a comb
>1 15c ; 2 for agents and~ ai
Will not inijurc
ack andl genui- teeth and is wh
r $l.01. COMB
Combs 10e; 2
2 for $1.26- Combs 1 5c; 2
. for 36c. Combs 20e;
Tlhis is onec
2 for 51c- the one cent
es 40c; 2 for combs for lic.
like one hundre
b; 2 for 86c-.IV
set in rubberSIV
shed. Teaspoons 35<
ete list of the Forks 65c; 2
s in the sale. Knives 80c; 2
rself- This Silver is
'ills 25c; 2 for or your money
only backedc by
', TO THE CUSTOM]
-Tuberose Cards in tints 75c; 2 foi
Lyrie Linen Box Paper 35c; 2 fo
English Vellum Parchment 90c;
-Willards Pound Paper in tints 75<
Alpine Flax Pound Paper in tints
Civie Linen Pound Paper 65c; 2
huberose Pound Paper in tints 01
Alpine Flax White 60c; 2 for 66e
Cureton & Yoi
A wedding impressive in every de
tail took place here Wednesday
afternoon at 4 o'clock when Miss
Obera Walker, daughter of Dr. J. C.
Walker, became the bride of Ham
mond Crum, of Denmark. Rev. D.
W. Hiott, of Easley, was the officiat
ing minister, the ring ceremony be
The suburban home of the
bride was a lovely scene for the oc
casion, the reception room, parlor
and dining room being thrown to
gether. Ferns, potted plants and
pink cut flowers were used in pro
fusion in these rooms. The scene
was made more effective by the use
of pink candles burning. The -cere
mony was performed beneath an
altar banked with masses of pink
gladiolo and twined with ivy. The
white satin love knot fell from this.
Before the ceremony was per
formed Miss Mary Wyatt played
Shubert's "Serenade" on the piano. 1
The bridal party entered to the
strains of Lohengrin's wedding
march. First to enter the parlor
w re the pages, Thomas Bolt, of
lETley, and Powell Thomas of
'r' enville. They opened the aisle
of ribbon for the bridal party. N ext
e-ine the little ring bearer, Cecil
rial. She carried the ring in the
hei't of a ro: . The bride entered
in the dining room with her siw
.\l is' Christine WValker, as maid
honor. The bridegroom entered
fr m the reception room with Ilx
Powell, of Augusta, as best man.
The bride wore a travelimir suit of
blue tricotine with hat and acces
sories of gray. 11cr corsage was of
ugust 4, 5, 6.
of the same
lottles $2.50; 2 for
ibber Gloves 75c; 2
2 for 11c.
ringes $1.50; 2 for
or Your Advantage,
lillions of Dollars.
laIm 25c; 2 for 26c.
3oisonous drugs and
used in Neuralgia,
al Catarrh and bites
Pills 50c; 2 for 51c.
re rightfully classed
organs. Life is im
their healithy action.
of the promoters of
em. All that wve ask
courage us by your
mus help to contribute
Paste 25c; 2 for 26c.
nation of cleansing
the enamel of the
f the best values in
list. Think of two
There is something
dI and( fifty combs in
3; 2 for 36c.
i5e; 2 for 66c.
guaranteed 25 years
back. This is not
us, but'by the Oneda
~; 2 for 76c.
60ce; 2 for 61c,.
ic; 2 for 66ce.
The bride is an attractive' and.
very accomplished young woman.
She is a graduate of.Winthrop Col
lege. The bridegroom is a progres.
sive business man of 'Denmark.
Only a few relatives and intimat
friends witnessed the ceremony.
After the wedding.an ice course was
served the guests on the spacious t''
porch by Misses Margaret and Annie
The out of town guests were:
Mrs. John W. Crum, mother of the
bridegroom, and Mrs. G. C. High, o
Denmark; Mrs. H. R. Powell and
R.Powell, Jr., of Augusta, Ga.; Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Thomas and S. t.
Wells, of Greenville; Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Powell, of Williamston, and
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allison, of Mont
The bride and bridegroom left im
mediately after the wedding for 4
trip to the mountains of North Caro
lia. They will be at home~ in Den
mark after August 7.
FORTY-NINTH ANNUAL. RE
The forty-nin th annual reunion
of Orr's Regiment will be held in the
city of Waihaia, S. C.. on Monday
and 'uesday", ALuIust 15 and 1t,
11)21. All %'v t .ni m'e cor d lly in
V" :'l to unm't With u . Progrant
.!. T'. .\Ice(ill. Pres.
The I)aeusville si neinig conventiont
will meet. at .Mt. 'labor church next
Sunday afternoon, commnencing at
2::10. All leaders h:ive a special in
vitation to he with us. Professor
Cassell will probablyl be with .ius.
S. C. Chapman, Pies. A
E. S. FOX DEAD.
. lr. :. iox, of Easley, died last
Thursdaiv as a result wof injuries sus
tainied when he f all from a wagon on
'l'ue.sday before his death. Mr. Fox
and his little grandchild were -
turninge to townt on a load of hay
when the horses became frightened
and he fell from the wagon. It is
thought that the wheels of the wagon
passed over his chest. He lingered
until Thursday when death relieved
him of his suffering. He was buried
at Cedar Rock on Friday.
He was 79 years of age and leaves
a wife and four children as follows:
M. H. Fox, of Easley; M. J. Fox, of
Waycross, Ga.;' Mrs. E. V. Robinson
and Mrs. Lillie Burgess, of Easley.
The Story of
By JONATHAN BRACE
t h e Platte
river was Ne
t lag "shallow
en wa'tter," and
canme the name of the state. A
tnickname for the state is the
Of the early Spanish explora
jtionsx lIttle is known, except that
tCoronado probably reached the
great plain of this region In 1541.
Moethan one hundred andl
jtwenty-flye years later Father
Marquette notedl the Platte river
ton his trIp up the MissourI. in
the beginning of thei Nineteenth
cen~ tury t he Lewis and( Clark ex
peidit ion skIrted thie boundaries4
o f the presen.It state and11( in 1805,
i Manuel '-Lisa esaboldished the
f(irst kn own sett h lenent whIch was
* a fur trading host alt Biellevue.
Thi1wa just aifter the Loulsiana
Puirchaise hadi brou~ght Nebraska
Slin Uitied States territory.
O )malha was established as a
post of the AmnerI(ean Fur co:i
panly In 1825 and Nelbraska City
the followIng year.
With the CalIfornia gold rush
In 1849 many pioneers passed
through Nebraska and some
stoppedi and settled there al
though there was a law forbid
(ing settlements among the In
.(dianls. The real colonizatIon
bomtowever, started wIth the
4 passing of the Kansas-Nehrpska
nct in 184 whe"rrainged that
~ hte'e two sections sabuld becokne
Sfree or slave .state.s at the- d(c..
4title or their~ inhiabitants. 'iThe
Nebraska territory was then
t ganlzed andh reached from the
Sfortieth to the forty-ninth ptaral
led. In 1861, the region north
of 413 was made Into ikota
territory. The Idaho territory
was also created, which re
dluced1 Nebraska to its present
size of 77,520 square miles, ex
cept for a slight addition in the
Northwest which was made in
In 1807 NebraskE was admit
ted as the -87th state over theo
presIdent's veto. It has eight
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