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We hope everyday in those 12 months will be happy
and prosperous ones for you and yours.
We thank onr customers and friends for their good
will and patronage during 1921.
Our business is run on a live and, let live plan and
this year we can sell you Drugs and Drug store Merchan
dise cheaper than ever before.
With best wishes for your health and Prosperity.
R. E. Lewis, Prop Phone 24
ODDS AND ENDS SALE
In every large stock of merchandise a lot odds and ends will be found
from time to time-Maybe the box for a pair of shoes. gets misplaced-this
doesn't injur.- the quality of the shoes-But never-the-less they are classed
as Odds and Ends. L
For the next few days I shall place on sald a' Odds and Ends of
various kinds of merchandise at an amazingly 19Wices.
I need the room-so these goods must go.
Here are a few things found in this sale. But there are various other
things not listed here. Come let usshow you through these goods:
One lot Boys' pants
One lot Lalies Sweaters
One lot Chil'dren's Sweaters
One lot Men's Sweaters
One lot Children's Shoes
One lot MAen's and Boy's Shoes
One let Ladies Coat Suits
One lot Ladies Coats
One lot Children's Coats
One lot Ladies Shirts
One lot Men's Overcoats
Bring Us your produce. ,our trade is appreciated.
U. W. H ENDRICKS
Meetings will be held in Pickens
county this week to discuss the co
operative cotton marketing question
Mr. A. A. McKeown, of Rock 'Hill,
and other able exponents of this vital
question will address the meetings
which will be held as follows:
Easley, in Chamber of Commerce
Rooms, Thursday, January 12, at 11
Liberty, Thursday, January 12, at
3 p. m.4
a mCentral, Friday, January 13, at 11
* ~ Six Mile, Friday, January 13, at 3
C. H. CARPENTER, County Organizer
T. A. BOWEN, County Agent.
J. A. B er, cashier of the Bank oi
Six Mile, was a business Visitor here
one day last week. .
Mr. Theodore Scott returned to At.
lanta last Wednesday, after spending
the holidays here with friends.
Mr. Darsey and family have moved
from the R. T.. Hallum house to the
John Thornley house.
Mr. Sydney Bruce, cashier of the
Citizens Bank of Seneca, was in Pick
ens Monday on businetss.
The weelk of prayer for missions
was observed last week by the ladies
of the churches in town.
Ruth Virginia is the name of a
baby. the. stork presented to Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Garrett of the 4th inst.
M Carrie Hagen who has been a
visitor" here for the past two weeks
returned to her home in Greenwood
Rev. C. R. Abercrombie of the Pick
ens Mill filled his appointment at
Salem, Oconee county, last Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hester had
a new baby girl to arrive at their
home on the 5th inst, and named her
The many friends of Mrs. F. T.
Cox.regret that she is unable to walk
or do anything. She has been ill for
about four months.
Mrs. Mack Farmer has returned
to her home near Pickens after a
delightful visit to her daughter Mrs.
R. H. Henderson in Anderson.
Mrs. L. K. Starr has returned to
heir home in Atlanta after a very
pleasant visit of a week at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bruce in Pick
Mrs. Ada Farmer and daughter
Miss Sarah, primary teacher in the
Pickens school, now occupy rooms
with Mrs. Ada Alexander on Iampton
Mrs. G. R. Hendricks has been very
ill with pneumonia and at the same
time Mr. lendriecks was very sick.
We are glad to report both are now
The January meeting of the Pickens
chapter U. D. C. will be held next
Friday afternoon at half past three
o'clock with Mrs. Frank McFall and
Mrs. Wayne Mauldin as hostesses, at
Mrs. McFall's residence.
The many friends of Miss Olive
Newton are sorry to hear that she
has been ill at her home since the be
ginning of the holidays. She has
been teaching at Clio, Marlboro coun
ty, for quite a wvhile and will resume
her duties there as soon a convales
Miss .Elinor Knight, who has been
music teacher here for about six
teen years now has a class of thirty.
Seldom has this class been happier
than when they enjoyed the Christ
mas party given them by Miss Knight
and Mrs. Clayton Newton at the lat
Miss *Leora Henderson delightfully
entertainedl quite a number of her
friends Tuesday afternoon in honor
of her eleventh birthday. Aftcr many
indloorI games the guests were invited
into the dining room, wvhere the color
scheme of red and green wvas carried
out in decorations and refreshments,
consisting of cake, jello, lemonade and
OOLENOY SOCIAL NEWS
Oolenoy-The holidays season pass
ed off pleasantly and quitely in this
Rev. F. T. Cox, of Pickens filled the
regular appointment here on Saturday
and Sunday, owing to the fact that
the church had no regular pastor. Mr.
Cox has consentedl to serve the church
reguilarly until other arrangements
can be made.
The many friends of little Miss
Jeanette Roper will be glad to learn
that her eyesight, recently affected,'
lnproving under the treatment of Dr.
Jervey of Greenville. She has also
Tecently r~eturned from Atlanta where
she takes tredtment regularly,
The following young people have
spent holidays with parents here have
returned to their various duties: Miss
Merle Hendrix, Winthrop; Misses
Montine Edens and Addie Sutherland,
G. W. C; Miss Mary Martin, Carson
and Newman; Cadet Lawrence Suther,
land and Rudolph Hlendrix, Clemson
and. Dick Sutherland of Central High
School of Greenville.
Miss Fay Hendricks'of Easley and
Mr. and Mr. W. T. Ban of arietta4
S' tit part of the week sA iative
R.Ekn Keith, Side McJunkis;
Clydd and Dewey Jon,of Greenville,
parle Chastain - t\' Olhoun were
m.gQng.thQsp. who..ejoy. coming back
liome" during the holery.
Miss Hfaile, who spent the holidays
with her parents at,; Ieath Springs,
and Miss. Few , of ner Pickens re
turned Sunday to restume work in
-Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Iigdon of Eas
ley were welcome visitors at their old
home last week.
THE CITY PRESSING CLUB
S. D. Groves, Prop.
In Porter's Barber Shop, Pickens
Pressing, Cleaning, .plyeing, '.Etc,
Done by Expeit; 'W rk balled for g-id
Delivered When Piromiled. - -
CAREY FILLING STATION
Boone Carey, Prop.
Gasoline, Oils, Tires, Accessories, Etc.
We handle the best there is and
give prompt and courteous Attention.
PICKENS, S. C.
takes leasure in announcing
State, of VI*--GN Geiu
It is not our custom to reoom,
they are worthy and reliable. It
.atea product unless we can
. d sincerity, or to say "your mon
it" unless we mean it.
We urge our friends and patrons
we offer VIM-0-GEN Yeast Tabli
guarantee, for the following reas<
It is a scientifically cultured, 1
yeast product. It contains ALL
mines which science declares ar
and health, and which build b
muscles and steady nerves, firm
energy and vitality. It also coni
tonic, blood-enriching properties
The remarkable success which V
is due chiefly to the presence of
*Baker's yeast, widely used for six
tains but one; some food product
fresh and uncooked.
The guarantee is this: Come
of VIM-O-GEN tablets and take
are not delighted with the rest
Easley, S. C.
If you war
A Ford car
* Come and bi
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
Thek~e Is no excuseI
and real money-makers o
The wonderl pdultry I
wakes early~ lay'ers of y
produces fast growth in young ch4 a.. 21-2
*We carry a comnplete line .of Caro-Vet Star
flogs and Poultry. We will gladly refund yo
results from the use of any Caro-Vet remed.
AUTHORIZED DEALERS Il
C. P. Olllesple ... (entral, S. C., Route 1. J
R. T. Smith Drug Co. .. Easley, S. C. 1
N. B. Williams ........ Dacusville, B. C. D
J. W. Looper .......... Easley Route 2. }
E. L. ,Tones & Son ... Easley Route 6. J
Hunter's Pharmacy ....... Liberty, 8. C. F
W. S. Parsons .......... Liberty, S. C. J
that we have been selected as one of
me Yeast Vitamine Tablets.
nend articles unless doesn't do everything
is not our habit to to believe, we'll return
do so with unquali- or question.
ey back if you want INSIST
totryVIM-O-GEN; Look for the White
ts on a money-back of inferior substitutes a
ighly concentrated Youth isal
THREE of the vita- ways beau
o necessary to life tiful. You
Ddily vigor, strong look young
we-rounded flesh, if you fee
ains iron and other young. You
[M-O-GEN has met if you are
ahe three vitamines. strong and I
ailar purposes, con- healtiy. -
in and get a bottle aep eyualty
as directed. If you dofy the
lt; if VIM-0-GEN years.
' Convention of Picke
in Front of City Hall.
iy, Friday and S
12th, 13th a
It to buy, sell or trade,
everywhere invited to a
will be auctioned off
ng your trading stock.
e Repair Shop
EASLEY, S C.
PRO ir SEr.VkC
n Every Hen
or a loafings I on u can make layers
Ut of every solitary hell you own.
Daiic, develops the egg-producing organs
ung pulets; keeps poutry healthy a
dard Remedies for Horses, Mules, Cotik
ur money if you fail to get satsfactory
B. Holliday ............ Liberty. S. C
i. I. Boggs ...... Liberty, S. C., Route 1.
I. S. Reeves .... Liberty, S. C., Rout. 1.
[eowee Pharmacy ........ Pickens, S.' C.
. , .arrett & Son..Pickens, S. C., R. 2.
ii Mile Pharmacy ...... Six Mile, S. C.
L. Dillard & Sou .... Six Mile, S. C.
the distributor., 3n this
this advertisement leads you
your money without argument
and Blue package and beware
Your Mirror tells
ns County at
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be on hand.