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The money and time devoted
to having your eyes examined
regularly and your glasses kept
in adjustment will pay liberal
dividends in better eyesight,
greater efficiency, greater earn
lug power and freedom from the
ills and discomforts that make
life miserable when you need
glasses or 'hen you need a
change of lenses. Have us ex
amine your eyes regularly, "
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Kodak Films Developed by Empiri
ODOM-SCHADE OPTICAL CO.
A. A. ODOM, A. H. SCAE
President See'y. & Tre
# Masonic Temples Greenville, S,
V. V. COLLINS
Nigbt and Sunday P'hne X70,
Day Phone 1W5.
FOR"THE RELIEF OF
Pain in the Stomach and
Bowels. Intestinal Cramp)
- SOLD EVERYWHERE -
n I hadvey re ias of
*Weir, Miss. "i would sult*
for months at a time. AllIdre
eat was a little bread n
butter. .. conseqttently I suffer-.
to eat then the terril e suffer,
in~ in my stomach! I took
meicines but did not get atty
bettegd he druggis recont
and 1 decided to try i fr, pI
or more years without any I
rovement in my health. I soon
Ind the Blac--Draught was
act~ie on iver ant easing
"In two or three wees I
found I could gobccto eat~g
I on!i weighe, 13 Now
weigand.y ta n - rag
Black-eDraughtde IfnT do1
Over 8 millIon packages sold,
a year. At dealers'
Renew your health
by purifying your
'' urfe and refined
.~lomel tablets that are free
m nausea and danger.
O8salts 1edtasary, as
salotabs act like calome!
atndc salts combined. De
$naand the genuine in 10c
and 35c packages, bearing
CARBIDE FOR SALE.
At A. A. Moon's store, two and
one-half miles south'of Pickens, and
J. P. Jones, Dacuaville, Can save
you money. V-21-4
I E = t ' * rs he Bowe N ov 811P.d wav
FOR SALE-Desirable four acr<
lot on Bradley Ave. Has pasutri
and water. A ply M. Clapp, 1111
Queens Road, Charlotte, N. C.
G. G. CHRISTOPHER
Practice in all Courts.
Office over Pickens Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
c. Wood evergreen Lawr
Grass Seed, Kentuckj
Blue Grass, 30c to 40<
lb., at R. F. Smith Drug
Sweet Peas, Buists se
lect mixture, 10c oz.
$1.25 lb., at R. F. Smiti
Drug Co. .
Hyacinths, single anc
double, all colors, paper
white Narcissus, Romar
Hyacinths for forcing
or bedding, the finesi
varieties, 60c to 175c
doz. at R. F. Smiti
WHAT IT MEANS
TO BE "RUN DOWN"
A"RUN DOWN" feeling is a dan
ger signal. If you neglect it,
you are leaving the door wide
open to dangerous diseases.
Build yourself up to health and
strength with Gudc's Pepto-Mangan.
It will purify and enrich your blood,
tone up your nervous system, and help
you eat well, sl~eep well and feel well.
Gude's Pepto-Mangan is a time-tried
tonic, recommended by physicians for
over 30 years. At your druggist
liquid or tablets, as you prefer.
Tonic and Blood Enricher
[ REWARD OF $5.
Offeredl to anyone wvho will furnisi
me wvith information enough to con.
viet a person hunting wvithout hunt
ing license ,and I will bring the pro
L. B. O'Dell,
Game Warden Pickens County.
B. F. Martin Sam B. Craig
E. M. Blythe 0. C. Keiti
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C
Martin, Blythe, Craig
Pickens, South Carolina.
,. Practice in State and Federal Courts
Pickens Offie Phone 89..
All persons are hereby warned nol
to hunt, fish or trespess in any man.
ner whatsoever on lands of th<
Mrs. A. A. Higgins.
W. IH. Hamilton..
If you want the besi
bread you've eaten ir
years, try a sack of oui
Meirose and Pointei
flour in the plain 0i
Fay-Oma in self-rising
That delightfully dif
ferent flour. We guar
antee this flour to mee
the most exacting test
A trial will convinc<
you. Get it at ODOMS
next dr~ to Bolt.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farm
Land at Six Per'
$1,000 to $25,000 for a Period of 83
Mr. W. C. Smith, of Easley, is (
authorized to take applications and '
give full information. o
It is not required that the borrow I
or live on the farm in order to bor t
row from us.
No red tape.
CRAIG & KEITH.
Office Over Keowee Pharmacy. i
Phone 39. Pickens, S. C J
We want to buy your
-hickens, butter anc1
eggs. We can use 20(
pounds of good fresh
country butter every
week. We pay highest
market price for all pro
duce. Odoms, next,
door to Edwin Bolt's.
Easley, S. C.
There are many among us todas
taking treatment for various ail
ments which, in a great many cases
are caused by poor teeth. Your
family physician will tell you that a
idseased mouth, being the gateway
to the entire system, so to speak
often leads to various disorders of
:he stomach. Septisemia, Pyemla,
and Toxemia may be caused by dis
eases of the teeth and jaws, as well
as rheunatic pains of the muscles,
joints or nerves, and headaches due
to a certain amount of pus, toxin
and bacteria being absorbed into the
Unfortunately, there are many
who neglect to get at the source of
their trouble by having their teeth
given proper treatment, but who in
stead spend many dollars for other
treatments foreign to the actual
Don't delay, but come to my of
flee and I willexamine your teeth
FREE. My prices are reasonable.
Plates------ - . . $10.00 up
Gold Crowns, 22k. - . . 5.00 up
Bridge work . .. - - - - 5.00 up
Fillings: Silver, gold, porcelain
cement. Price, according to size.
104 N. MAIN ST.
Over Bolt's Drug Store.
Greenville, S. C.
69 acres of good farm
ing land; 45 acres in
cultivation; 12 acres of
branch bottom; good
pasture, four room
dwelling and four room
tenant house, both in
fair condition. Good
barn and crib. Situat-1
ed three and one-half
miles north of Easley.
For quick sale at a bar.
gain. For price and r
terms call on C. T. Mar
tin, Easley. S. C.
Michelin Tires at ex-r
tra low prices. 30x3
only $8.00; 30x31, cord
or fabric, $10.25; 31x4
cord, $12.25. These are
high grade guaranteed I
tires. Barr Bros., Eas- I
ley, S. C.
FOR SERVICE--One registered
0. I. C. boar, also one Holsteinbu.
SSee W. H.Dodgens, Glonwood Mill.
CHARLE P IR W1L
:ontrolling Owner . Bought i
Americas by a ha Perry
and R. L. 'Jones.
Charleston, Nov. 2.--Negotiations
hat have been pending between
ohn 11. Perry, of New York City,
nd Richard Lloyd Jones, of Tulsa,
Okla., newspaper . owners, and the
harleston :American of this city,
rore consummated- today, whereby
n the first of December, Messrs.
'orry and Jones acquire the con
rolling ownership of the Charleston
merican and will take active charge
f the paper.
Mayor John P. Grace, of Charles
on, will be business manager and
he present staff organization of The
kmerican will continue, Mr. Perry
The policy of the paper will be
rogressively Democratic and it will
;o-operate with the other Charleston
iewspapers and the progressive
lewspapers of the state for all that
will build up Charleston as a great
port city and promote the industry,
the agricultural and the economic
welfare of South Carolina, Mr. Per
ry further stated.
Mr. Perry and Mr. Jones own the
Tulsa Tribune, the Jacksonville
Journal and the Pensacola Journal.
Mr. Perry is aso president of the
American Pre.ss Association and of
the Publishers' Auth Caster service,
which furnish a complete news fea
ture, editorial and advertising serv
ice to 7,500 daily and wekely news
papers throughout America.
The Progress is one of 7,500
newspapers which receives the Au
tocaster advertising service, of
which Mr. Perry is president. This
is an advertising service which we
do not believe is surpassed and plac
es the weekly newspaper on a par
with the daily in service to its ad
vertisers. We receive proof sheets
every Saturday of suggested illus
trated advertisements, every one 'of
which we can duplicate. We have a
cut making apparatus, which enables
us to make our own illustrations or
cuts. Some of our merchants are
using this service. We would be
:lad to submit these proofs to any
merchant in the county who is in
GOOD PICTURES AT THE LYRIC.
Manager Sasseen of the Lyric
theater is giving the people of Eas
Iey one of the best picture shows in
the state. No town or city in the "
state, regardless of size, has any
better pictures than the Lyric in
Easley. Last Thursday and Friday
the famous picture, "Cardigan," was
shown and in addition to this a Bible
picture, "Creation," was also shown,
making a program that could hardly
For the next twvo weeks Mr'. Sais
seeni has some great pictures book
3d. Wednesday and Thursday, Nov.
-9, he wvill show Norma Talmadge
in "Sign on the Door." Friday, NovT.
1 0th, '"Dinty'' w;ill be the headliner.
iEvery boy anid girl with as nmany as
I 00 freckles 0on their' face wvill be
idm itted free at 3 :4.5 or 7 :00 p. mu.
J'he boy or girl with the most
irckles will be givecn a pr'ize.
Alv. Sasseenl also has ooming1
'D~anmerous EnSie',"' ''The Silenmt
:il,"' ''Turn to t he Rig ht,"' and (
LETTER FROM GOOD SUB.
The editor of The Progress has
eceived the followving letter, wvhich
re appreciate very much, andl we
Iso appreciate the flowvers which are
"Dear Mr. Editor: I like to read
'he Progress so wvell that I thought
would send you a bunch of flowers.
'have a nice flower yard of this
ind and I think they are very pret
y. I wvant you to keep on giving
s a good newspaper.
''With best wishes for The Prog
"Miss Bessie Masters."
Easley, route 1.
I have moved my of
ice from Commercial
3ank building to Spear
nan Supply Co. build
ng on Holcombe street
text door to Easley
'ublishing Co. You will
rimd all notes and ac
:ounts due me, also all
notes and accounts due
Spearman Supply Co.
and all notes and ac
Counts due Citizens Oil
Mill for fertilizer in my
office. Please drop in
and let's have an old
W. D. Spearman.
A Big Sae At
P. McCOY & CO'S
Mrs. N. E. Smith wants to sell her in
terest in the -J. P. McCoy & Co's. store..
We will sell one-half interest of this stock
to the right party, to be a silent partner or
to be an active member of the firm. The
party buying Mrs. Smith's interest must
be honest, upright and willing to run a
clean and honorable business. If you are
interested, see J. P. McCoy.
We are conducting a stock reduction
sale that will last through November or
until the stock is reduced to where we
can handle Mrs. Smith's interest in case
we do not find a buyer for her interest.
We will not take space here to quote you
prices on our goods, but will ask you to
call on us and get our prices.
If you owe us anything that is past
due, will you please let us have it by No
vember 25th. We also wish to thank the
public in and around Easley for the good
liberal portion of business they are giving
us. Our motto: Quality, Goods and Serv?
ice at the right price.
J. P. McCoy & Co.
Main Street. Easley, S. C.
* The Ford One-Ton Truck first made its appeal
to the. farmer id the merchant because of the
toerits of leord Cars. And It made its wonderfu)
reputation and groat sales record because it lived
UId *o every claim made for it.
The reliable Ford Motor,-the special Ford steel
chdesis, the aluminum bronze worm-drive, all
combilne to produce a truck of umgsual power
capacity and strength -a truck tjhat lasts h
eet'vice; a truck that solves the haulage problein
once en eand op the ord Onon Truck
is constantly on the increase.
eoul se In lo ve e Fono'i
~h pecial earing ncreas a theeevetsenmis ah ucne tn
a Fast Delver ie C arucov t
J.M. SMITH AUTO' CO.