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THE PICKENS SENTINEL-JOURNAL
It lite red April 23, 11)03 at I'IcUoiih, S. o. iim mocoiiU cIhhm matter, undo rcof'ongroNM or Jlarrh 3,1879
39th Year PICKENS. 8. C. MARCH 31, 1910. Number 45
i . ? i ' ' 1 ~?
Oats, Hal, F
Oats
BURT (or 90 clay) best see
RUST PROOF, best varie!
WHITE CLIPPED OATS,
CABBAGE PI iNTfi
Hulls and (
Wo have a big stock, bouj
JBeet. l?f
Another car best patent tc
a posit ive guarantee to gi\
SCDA, Best Keg Soda, 10
Solid Cai
onion si
t
Bily your seeds fron
means sow some of our o;
the summer and they will
We sell a full line of f
your business.
ill VIYI1 N 0*%
MTIS III
Oateeclie
(lni'H Si
UUi UUUUU VI
i Clemson College ha
Our 14 per ct. acid anal)
lyzes 16.57. Our 10-4 g
analyzes 8.34, 3.39, 3.26.
Our goods always
stuff in them to make th<
but stand up.
Nearly all the farme
contest useci Anderson r
fourths of the finest crop
were crops fertilized witl
better crops made in Ai
fertilized with Anderson
Mr. J. S. Fowler, or
or any other county far 1
fertilizer for cotton. Hi
proper choice in selectin
the soil is more or less s
8-4-4- The extra unit of
ful to the crops on sand}
Mr. J no. S. Crome
iooo lbs of our fertilizer
and it paid him. This )
a ton to the acre on sorr
We believe it will pay.
A good farmer, farm
vation, can narciiy put cl
We harclly know what w<
Anderson ?\
J. R. VANDIVER, Pi
r-r1
AD
Fei
Have four soi
feed your crop
inf? season.
0
They will fc
point in this c<
Next week
paper why the
be had.
Armour
ATI
*
lour li Feed SI
il Oats!
d?sow in February or March.
for feed.
j in any quantity and prices right.
NEW GARDEN AND FIELD SEEDS
]otton Seed Meal,
*ht early and our prices are right.
itent HI out-.
) sell at $0.75, and every sack backed l>y
re entire satisfaction.
pounds for 25 cents.
* Load of Corn.
ETS, 3 quarts for '25 cents.
IAV, No. 1 Timothy, bright and dandy, j
i us and reap a glad harvest. By all
ats. Feed will bo high and scarce in
come in at the right time.
general mcrchondisc and will appreciate
Yours truly,
tt Mil Sirs,
?, South Carolina.
il Up On Aifes
is been analyzing our fertilizer again,
'zes 14.46. Our 16 per ct. acid ana;oods
analyze 10.92, 4.94. Our 8-3-3
~ .1 1 ur . .1
51UUU up 011 analyses. we pnc tile j
2111 stand up. They can't do anything'
rs who took prizes in lact year's corn
'ertilizer in making their corn. Threeis
made in Anderson County last year
i Anderson fertilizer. There were no
iderson County last year than those
fertilizer.
le of the finest farmers in this county,
that matter, says our 8-3-3 's an ideal
s lands are dark and he has made a
r~- ,i~^i. 1 1.. \\n?
^ u i^i iiii/.ci iui uai is. lining. vv iu;rc
andy we have an abiding faith in our
* potash in the tf-4-4 will be found hdp1
soils.
r, another one of the ''finest," used
on'some of his tine lands last year
^ear he expects to use 2000 pounds or
te of his fine lands as an experiment.
.: ^ ^ r. 1 l- ! 1.! i - - r 1.
uuy uii line mnus m a nign state < >i cuitiiown
to much fertilizer to the acre,
ould be too much in a case of this sort.
losphate & Oil Co,
es. D. S. VAN DIVER, Man.
: i
mour's
utilizers
irces ot ammonia. They
through the entire grow)C
sold at every shipping3u
nty.
we will tell you in this
iv are the best poods to
J o
Fertilizer Works
jANTA, GEORGIA
THE I
IS NONE TOC
For Our Oi
'l'his is the reason that \v
attention to little details.
In the buying of drills and tl
scriptions we use every precaution
and take particular pains to use <
This rule applies all through
must be right every detail must 1
fore any article leaves our store.
In buying Hallum's Kidney 1
dries, Toilet Articles and Preparatii
Prescsiptions filled here, vou knew
31 ascniic* Tem|>?o
Mwbm?SBCCTPimwiw fjvmijam t %
J
MGKENt
See us \\ lien yon wr
4 ^ 1 . . . ! I . 1 1
mi mmu upon, or j?'00(i
1*iokons or in 1 his con
<lolighto<i jo sliow you
wo Cool suro 1 hat wo
Now is \ ho I imo {<> inv<
beforo i(, onhancos in v
Carey & C
Hialsi St. Pk
'Phone No. 33. Office
J. CARTRIi, W. ()'I )KLL
Pivsidcnl. Y'kv-I'ivsk
THE LIBER1
LIBERTY, SOUTH
Capital
Surplus
Undivided Profits
\
^MiiiMnmnyn . ?Tr . ? rrr IW*mryji*w^?
SOFT DIM
The (ire at cut Cold II
^ j:1 I f ^ ?? ?
Made I?.v the I'ickeus Holding
elusive right in this territory f<
of others rlaiiniiiir lt> mi! it, m
just as p)<xl."
We are the Only Dis
Ter
Inquire of vour friends about
"HOT '
(TRADEMARK R1
"It touches 1 he spot." II i
(let a keji out of t his ear-loa
chance later on. All orders I
Pickens Bottl
11. 1 i. Davis, Proprietor.
3 EST!
) (jood
i atvi
ISIU111C1P3.
e give so much
\e compounding- of our pre.
to get fresh pure drugs
only that which is called fori
our business. Everything
jc carefully gone over- -be['ills,
Drucrs. Medicines. Sun
ms, as well as having your
what you are getting.
; Company,
Pick ens, S. (J.
hastain,
ISTATE.
5 Q O
D, O. O.
nil ii nico town lot
farming land near
nty. We will be
%/
what, we have and
can interest, yon.
st in real property
nine.
en
h an ii|
jkerss, S. C.
over Freeman Building.
a.
II n OTTTHT PtT
I I . V . O 11 I iv 1 X ,
l<'ii t. Cashier.
rY BANK
CAROLINA
825,000
2.000
5,000
NKS? ^
I eat her Drink is
TOM''
Works who have the ox>r
putting it up. Beware
) or having "something
tributors in This
ritory.
the Orel u .i' I)rink,
TOM"
XTISTKUKD.)"
is a grep.t cold breaker.
<1?you illicit not p;et a
illed promptly by
ing Works,
Piekons, S. C.
Railway Mail Clerks Wanted
The Government pays Railway Mail
Clerks $800 to $1,200. and other
Employees up to $2,500 annually.
Uncle Sam will hold spring examinations
throughout the country for Railway
Mail t lerks, Custom House Clerks
and other Government Positions.
Thousands of appointments will he
niaue. Any man or woman over lb, in
city or country can get instruction and
free information by writing at once to
Bureau of Instruction. 103 Hamlin
Building, Rochester, N, Y.
When the Wheels
Wont Work ^
bring the watch or clock here ami we'll
make them gift busy again. We are
familiar with all kinds of movements,
and you can safely trust the finest
timepiece to our skill.
We Repair Jewelry too
just as skillfully as we do watches, ll
you have one or more pieces laid a why
as useless, bring them here and see what
wee can do (or them.
PI. Snider,
JEWELER
Easley, fS. (J.
Breeders Guide
The S. C. Rhode Island lieds, are th?
beat known breed for producing good
winter layers. Kggsat dl.00 and $'2.00
per setting. E. 11. Craig.
K. I. lied and DuiT Orpington Eugs,
from pure bred stock for ?ale at 75 cent*
per setting of 15 ICggs.
\V. C. Oarrett,
Central. It. 2.
\\ horeii*, a petition iron the freeho'.ilers anil
electors of i "h'u1 ( "reek school ilistrirt N <> W
tin;- liee'i liled with the county Hoard of Kduea
lion uskiiiK miM board for permission to hold
an election in siiiil distric t to determine whether
lit not \! mills e.vtrii lew sliiill In- 1 i?vii*i 1 mi !
said district for school purposes,
It nppearinx to the County Hoard of 1-"<In?*iktion
Unit the petition meets the requirements
of the law. Therefore it is ordered Unit the
trustees of uhove named <11st net <lo hold tin
election on April f. at C'une Creek selioo! house
for tlio fthove stilted purpose. 'I'lie Trustees of
nhove named district are herel?y iippointed
managers of Mild eleetion, The elei tio:: to
tie lield nceoniiitk' to the requirements of see|
tion I'Wof the seliool law.
II. T. Ilalluin, 1
See. A t'hm. 1
AI I. pels in It Idinj; claims jtjxiiiii^t
tii?* mi.if "i ii laic //, j\. m'mmcks
I n us' p ? n t: sum? ilulv provrn on
OI ! - i ?lay 1)1" * .May 1910
or!> !< l .ii u-ii p.ivmfiil ami all persons
iiuli nted to said eslat<>, must make payment
on or before the above date, lo
the undersigned.
M. A Hoeirs,
i Executors,
' Notice of Final Settlement and Dis11
charge
jWOTIUli is hereby ?iven that ! will i
* 'make application to J. li. Newberry
Esq., Judge of Probate for l'ickens
countv, in iii<-fjtati of S. I* Carolina,
on the IJlsl day of March, lido, at 11
o'clock in the foreminn, or as soon thereafter
as said application can be lu ard,
for leave to make fina' f-ettlenient of the
..r m..mii .. >r .i..^ l ,.?.i
t'niiiif ui .'i.ii iii?(4*i> 'ill ii 11 lit" i?i>i?i, ?i i ii i i
obtain discharge as n<lmii)isti:il< r of!
Haiti UHtatt1. T. N. Snii:h,
Ailmii.ist i ator,
I J. K. HOQCiS V. K. FIXDTjEY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Lawyers
Pickens, S. (\
Ofllcc ovi r rickoiiK lunik
4Hlf.
Noiico to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons holding el iims a^:iinst
tho estate of the late A A. Ali.vuidei
must present the flame duly pi-own on
or before the 1 day of April lit 10, or le
debarred payment aim all per>o:is indehted
to K.iid estate, must make payment,
on or before the above date, 10
the undeisigned. J N. lliillum.
Administrator.
Foley's QringImatm
Foh Stomach Trouble and Constipation
HAIR^DALSAM
Njiyrr Kniln to^ ilrstor^ f>ray
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the sjj? SjS/9
Signature of T-OUcJUK
\ .
3E?* HEP
(Prickly Aib, Poke Root
makw8 positive cubes of all, j
Phynlclanu endorse p. f.f.ut tplendld
combination, and preacribo It with MM
great satisfaction for tlio curofl of *11
forum and nt&goa of Primary, Booondary |HMD
WU Avtvuuy Ojpuuu, oypmuuo illlOU
tnktlsm, Borofuloua Ulcer# *nd Boron,
Gl&uduUr Swellings, IMioumaUam, KidH#y
Cotupl&into, old Cliroiiio Ulcere tint
CATARRH |g
Disease*, Eczema, CUronlo Peinalo
Complaints. Morcurial Poison, 'Potter,
Bcaldhoad, otc., etc.
P. P. P. Is a poworfnl tonlo and an
excellent appltiter, building tip tho "J
ystcm rapidly. If you aro weak and ll'l*
focble, and fool badly try P. P. P., and |
RHEUIVIi
n
/ ' jar/MfturSei
Mr. Farn
telephone system
\Zffiji [| the greatest system intli
\ 1 You can have it in your h<
1 You can tillk to your neighbors
your doctor, or to folks in Now
I Northern or Southern city.
I installing a telephone
I same as increasing your 1
I making a large outlay for
m rtlinnn /wvcfo vorif liffin
E pilUIIV/ VUOIO 'V1J UlllV.
B We would like to toll you about
13 rural telephones. Ask the nearest
Mj or write, to us for descriptive booklet
I ' FARMERS' UNE DEPARTMFJ
I Southern Bell TelepSi
I & Telegraph Co.
Pryur Street Aiianta, C
Are Yc
[ Mnn^
o - - ~
M With your land w]
II sake of saving a i
you use <\ fertili
only recommends
y analysis. It requii
y cial knowledge to
U rials to analyses.
M of a fertilizer lies
Hterials used, so ;
r i .i- i
over ieeu ine pir
time and starve a
This is why Roys
are so popular,
gredient has its
9 work to do. I
years experience
goods for Souther
enabled us to kn
required.
BSee that trade mark is
TRADF. HARK
{to X
REGISTERED
|J F. S. Royster G
NORFOLK,'
JHt K/
find Pofju?*lum.)
''^mrORMa
AND 8TAOS9 Off ? ,
70a will regain flonh and atrangth.
Was to of onorgy and all d InoaaM reuniting
from ovortaxlng thoeystem aro cured by
tlio una of P. P. P. v-^
Ladioe wliono nyBtemsarepolaonodand
whoMblood 1b in an impuro condlilondu*
?vwivua??uM uiu^ui?nuN arepeouujurij
bonefltod by (bo vrondorful tonlo and
SCROFULA
blood cloansing projxrtlot of T. V. P..
Prickly A?h. X'oko Hoot and JfeUwUum,
Bold by all Druggist#.
F. V. LIPPMAN
Proprietor
finvnnnnh
?viai
vtisM 1
/s: 'ill'*- _
isHjjSI
ml ^ *
of Amcrica, Mr. Farmer?
e world?is at your service.
)ino as soon as you want it.
, your friends in town, to
* ork, Chicago or any other
on your farm is the
lorse power without
the horse. A tele.
our plan for installing 4
Hell telephone manager j||g
A postal will do.
NT
leorgia
D
Ill I
t'*> s
Q
hen for the H
few dollars M
zer whose B
Ltion is its M
res no spe- H
mix mate- U
The val ue m
in the ma- Li
as not to M
int 'At nnp
t another. y
iter brands
Every inparticular
Venty-five
in making jy
n crops has
ow what is
on every bag Q
if jj
luano Co.
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