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" SOUTHERN BEL]
HIGH SCHOOL OF
Highest Official edu<
A non-sectarian, positively Chris
boys and girls; every one under tlh
pares for life, teaching or any
Lyceums, Athletics, Music, Expr
low. For full information write
f Dean J. C. R
Next week see annou
We have received ou
International. This line is
ten years. Better this seas(
duced. Let us show you th
If your Life, House,
have is not insured we will
in one of our good strong c
row may be too late.
Traveling men ! When
there is any doubt that
you will find the man you
are going to see, make an
appointment by long
elephone. One useless trip
more than balance the cost
Distance for rates and details.
' PIEDMONT COLLEGE
ational Standing in Georgia.
ian four years standard High School for
e care of a preceptor or preceptress. Pre
college. College atmosphere, Library,
?scion, Home Economics. Expenses very
ogers, Piedmont College, Demorest, Ga.
ncement of Piedmont College.
RAL, S. C.
e New Fall Line of Samples for the
the line we have been handlinp for
)n than ever, and the prices are re
RAL, S. C.
4 AND ALLEN
OF ALL KINDS..
tral, S. C.
Barn, Automobile or anything you
be glad to write the policy for you
ampanies. Consult us today, tomor
I AND ALLEN
Of All Kinds.
T~HAT'S OUR I
Why,.just buy Camels ai
It's the best packing scien
cigarettes fresh and full f
Heavy paper outside-secu
and the revenue stamp over
age and keep it air-tight.
And note this! There's r
Camel package. No extra
improve the smoke. Not
that must come out of the
Camels wonderful and ex
Because, men smoke C
taste and fragrance of the I
blended. Men smoke Cam
refreshing mildness and th
Camels are made for me
REYNOLDS 'mnACO CNA.N... .... .
THE BEST NEWS OF ALL FOR
The United Stateg Government is
making a campaign foi the purpose
of fully advising all ex-service boys
of their rights under the War Risk
hiyurance Act, Vocational Rehabili
Lation act; and conceiving Back Puy,
Bonus and other things that are of
nterest only to the soldier boys.
o the soldier boys.
A squad of government represen
batives will be in Greenville, S. C. on
August 15 to 20, 1921, at the Red
Cross rooms, Miller Building, Court
street, to assist all disabled ex-serv
ice men in securing compensation,
medical treatment, hospital care and
reinstating insurance. They will
give all assistance and information
possible to assist in every grievance,
claim or need of any and all ex
' Every ex-service man in Pickens
county who feels that he is entitled
to any aid, help or service by the
Lovernment is urged to meet the
Clean Up Squad in Greenville on one
of the (lays above named.
Every one who goes is expected
and must, if possibl.e, take his dis
charge. If your discharge is lost or
destroyed take affidavits from others
who know of your service.
The n. w i authentic and can be
relied upon and I ask that it be pub
lished from every pulpit, school
house and all public gatherings next
Sun<lay and in every way possible
so the boys will get it.
C. E. Robinson,
On behalf of the Red Cross.
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 packages.
DEA in making
1d look a13 the package!
ce has devised to keep
avored for your taste.
re foil wrapping inside
theend to seal the pack
iothing flashy about the
wrappings that do not
:ent of needless expense
quality of the tobacco.
clusive Quality wins on
amels who want the
inest tobaccos, experty
als for' Camels smooth,
air freedom from ciga
a who think for them.
GREAT TRIP FOR PICKENS
Yo.ung Farmers Enjoy Visit to
Under the leabrhp,, of County
.\gent T. A. Howen, the club boys of
'ickens county and the agricultural
pupils of Prof. L.. -N. Hauknight in
the Easley High school, spunt two
very pleasant and profitable days at
River Falls, about twenty-five miles
The boys, seventy-five strong, wish
about twenty-five parents and visit
ors, left Easley at ten o'clock Tues
day morning in trucks and automo
biles. The county of Pickns, thru
the courtesy of Superintendent Mc
Kinney, furnished two trucks, the
Glenwood Cotton Nlills furnished on:
and Mr. Evans, a farmer in the Long
Branch section, another. The cars
all made good time both going and
returning and experienced practical
ly no trouble.
River Falls furnished t splendid
site for the camp. thre being a good
spring from which to get water, a
splendid swimming pool for the boys
to go in bathing, and a large pavilion
for them to sleep in. The camping
quarters were located at the foot of
mountains rarel'y. surl)a--ed for beau
F. Van Clayton, coun-ty suprin
tendent of education, accompanied
the party and in his usual genial
manner helped to entertain the boys.
At night the youngsters were taken
in a body to the bank of (the river
whene stories were told to them by
B. O. Williams, assistant state Boys
Club agent from Clemson College,
Prof. Bauknight, and County Ageni
Bowen. On Wednesday morning the
party hiked up to view the falls
There the sparkling white water fall.
ing down the steep rocks for about
two hundred feet was a novel sight
For, although they live so near them
some few of the boys had nevel
climbed a mountain trail nor seen a
greast water fall. Doubtless the
whole crowd wished for a lounging
place when they returned to their
Only one boy suffered the slight
est pain from sickness or otherwise
Furtunately this lasted for only al
hour or so, and was caused fron
chills due to his morning plunge int
The question has often been asi
ed, "Why do boys leave the farm'?
Suffice it to say that the real que
tion is, "When will the best bo:
stop leaving the farm and go ba(
thre after completing their educe
tion " One answer to this is: Whe
'the people of the country have tit
opportunity of enjoying wholesom
recreation and take some time for th
relaxation of their tired bodlies; an
wvhen the boys of the farm hav'
studlied their problems and hav
grown into manhood with cultivate<
minds and a knowledge of 'the spiri
of co-operation and community (de
velopment. Then we will see gooc
schools and churches and homes anc
r'oads an~d all modern home conv'en.
This trip was, indeed, a grSeat ex
lerience for the rising farmer, of
the county. It broadened their via
ion and instilled into their lives a d
sire to dto greater things with each
oith ?r; for now they know ot her boys
from the various sectionls of their
county, andl no0 doubt have a strong
er dlesire to know them better, andl
to wvork for a greater Pickens
Such wvork as is being done with
these boys wvill mean a great deal to
their futurm lives. They meet. once
a month ini their respective comminun
ities and (discuss ideas of' Larming
under the leadership of the :-ounty
agent. The boys have their own of..
ficers, who preside over the m-et
ings, andl they participate in recrea
tion and amusement. Often paren.
attend the meetings and in every
ease they go back wishing that such
training ando experience had beeni
theirs when they wvere young.
TIruly, the boys all had a gloris
time at River Falls and they will
never forget it. Next year it i
hopedl that a larger number of boys
will be engaged in club wvork and that
the trilp will even be better than) this
year. Pickens county ranks high in
club wvork in South Carolina, which
is to say that the boys of the farms
in Pickens are being trained and
lead in the things which stand for
progress in the development of thc
B. 0. Williams.
Clemson College, Aug. 11.
The singing class of Mt. Carmel
Baptist church will give at 'oncert at
the church, consisting of choruses
and (juartets, next Thursday night,
August 18th, beginning at 8 o'clock.
An admission fee of 1 0 and 1 5 cents
will be charged. Evrybody is cor
'S. C. Chapman, Sec.
LIM" written gua
. ~ great
I %\ Yinto
BANK OF CE
e F. B. MORCAN, Pres.
who ivesthe i he o utamer
: lve n icknsCoutyakes this
August A com itten thre ar
We hae a fwtnic
'5 at greatyreduce pric
Aold for .75urocgotowr
EaWeeey oS. tC. dolargdw
who gio the-MilonsCutfrme-J
ding feature that,
battery outlive its
rantee of 1'2 years.
THE FRAME WORK
ny building operation requires
der care than a great many peo
magine. The lumber that goes
it should be of the best because
mnstitutes the inner shell. Let
weaken and the whole structure
ns to totter. This is good ad
Come here and buy.
H. W. HAMILTON
Easley, S. C.
B. E. Allen, Cashier
are farmers. We are con
n found in Pickens County.
to the man, woman or chlid
the best advice. You must
farm. Contest open all of
iers will pass on your ad..
ie Bank of Central, Centr*.d,
,Central, S. C.
enamele lined re
i 50 pounds ice ca
t we wvill close out
only . .$17.00
only . .. . $29.00
creen Doors that
for only $4.25.
y all go.
are Phone 68