C Stands for Quaity
Navasso Guano has stood the test. Fh company
has made a life study of Plant Foods and v:hau the
different crops require and
are best for all crops. All plant food is soluble and
4vailable, and of the highest agricnitural value.
Phosphoric AcId, Amenia
are the best plant foods known, and they are ooin
lined in the right propertion in Navassa Viv5no
Give It a trial. Results will more than convuec
you of the truth of our statementsi. Let us figure
wIh you o* your Spring Guano.
FolgIr, Therrdey & Co.
. Agen. ..
Navasse Guano Company
LQILMINGTON, N. C.
We are agreebly surprised with tho pat
ronage we have received sino we entorod
We new offer our eetemaeas
Special Prices on Dry Goods and
Hats. We close them out at cost
We will devote our trade to rceries prin
cipally, and oan make you closo prices on
the best F'lour, Sugar, Cofe and Lard.
imnjfl1o|i- * Dieze ale
Bring us Yoer Produce
For Pimples, Boils, Sores, Skin
Diseases and other symptoms
of IMPURE BLOOD, Take
Dike's Blood and Skin Remedy We have watched re
sults in numerous cases. We can recommend it. Of
the hundreds of blood remeodies on our shelyes. we be
lieve this is the best. Its uso is followed by the most
pleasing and satisfactory results. Boils and pimples heal
ap anid disappeart the skin becomes soft and smooth, in
shead of hard and seaiy. The liver is stimulated, the
blood enriched, and soon the whole systemn shows its
benefi.el action. Sometime. there are no :>utward man
C - ifestations of imynre blo.od, but instead one has a feeling
of languor; is in a run-down condition and has no appe
~t. If in this condition, Dike's Blood and Skin Reme'dy
is almost certain to help you. Pice, One Dollar,
ass s e emu4. sem teeww *b.t ens Ild Propraieu
AGENTS FU NUNNALLYS CANDIES
."tt a n~sren a 1' ) *- y ..,.
A selephone += r.. e he
enable you1 to sen v?, - e.,~.
Can be bnd at * r -
Srk for 5?., ee t
One Dillar A Year
iIDoctors Use Ti
Dr. Evans. FEX-Comnmlssiofer of }Ieait!h.'
says: "There is almost no relation b~
tween skin diseases and the blood." The:
skin must be cured through the kin.
*The germs must be washed out. aznd so
salves have long ago been found worth
less. The most advanced physicians of
thitountry are no agreed on this, and
are prescribing- a wzash off wintergr'een.
thymol and other Ingredients for eczemna
' and all other skin diseases. This con
pound Is known as D.D.D. Prescription
Dr. Holnes. the well known shin spe
cialist writes: "I am convinced that the
D.D D Prescription is as much a specifie
for eczema as quinine for malaria. We
have been prescribing the D.D.D. ro:med.%
o We. oursoLs vouh for the D.D.D.
Higher Thal Ever in
FORD MODEL T-Famed for I
highways of the world, is still of the sar
the same huat tressd Vanadium Stee <
4 Cyliders, 2 passengen, cei
Extension Top. Xpe<
Brass Windshield. 2
Oil Lamps. ors and
Tbi6 CAr Cox*& to yom drom pletelY eq%
Iteests you less in p rits and I the chapes
besilde it Is so siple, o easily urade htood
The lord Motor Cou'.pany devotex its
one ebassis-but diferent boeies; nano!y:
Ford Touring Car. 5 pa,
Ford Commercial Ronds1
Word Torped*. 2 paxsenj
Word Dellrery Car, capa
These pracas heulude complete
Ford Care sol
G. MA. SM
22d Annual R
aa., Moy 7-9, 1
Accouit above special occasion
be on sale from Easley, S. C.
fifty cents, extenemon will be g'ranted un
Week wilitat~e i swecial f'reure for lih
ern Railway *as made special arrangero.
For Nerhr information apply to Tl<
W. R. TA BER,
1 They in~l. and ovr.
hardet drinieg ran er snow cnn
Won't puhatee or rattle in wirn
last 8s long as the building, and n<
HITS T HE
tdd & elia
3tiae Ml. flong
S lfor Eczema 6.
Prescription 'f!r 'eczema, and absolutely .11
:-utirantec that ft will take away the
i'.ch the instant you apply it.
if you nte :'e-m from any form of
nS treabl' ve would like to have you H
come to o.x :tc-e, for Nie have had the
r s or omary
y ears th d we' O. ou all ab out
.D.D.D Free i.2 or a:'a Vo t eCre
m n icO(net, ' l e r ' st:-m of What It
. il do i :' o-Gi we will be I
"hw to letyuvz . as o.eo our a
ar:d tJtL 3tw lee: ou noth in;
unless you nl tA- i: does the wor:.
FYor tiat i-tvr i irul bottC.: for 251
Cight to be *0ou n -..bSolutely prove
tie merit:; of th, ret i'dy.
Drop Into air zzor. anyway and we
will tell you all about thin great remedy. h.
G COMPANY th
QAyLW r in Price le
ts service ia all the highways of the of
as scientific, accurate and simple design M(
:onztruction; the same light weight. er
mnpletcly equipped as fcllcws:
demeter. Automatic pu
6-Inch Gas Lamp%. 3 1
Tools, Ford Magneto
ibfped. Mark this. cempletely equipped. Lu
t car iu the world to maintain its operation
that anyone can run it.
entire efforts to the building of one Modlel
isenger. Foredoor 8690
cer. 3 passenger '%90
City 750 Ibx. mdse. 754)
eqwipmenet, F. 0. B. Detroit. No
greatly reduced rate tickets will b2
E R N R y.
rnusMay 15th, 191I2. By pay ment of pt
si ue51912. Every day of Reunion t
e entertainmed~t of visitors The South
*DUe to handle the greal cr'owdd.
:ket Age'ni or write
J. L MEEK,.
A-slanta, a. S
e] I~a! In a
each other in suc0h a way that the
ot 3eft under them.
d-,torms. They're also fie-proof, will i l
rtver need repairs. E st
20 W ( 0., Piekbns. S. C.
,te of South Ca:-r.
County of PI .8
irver G. Smitth. DTefendant.
yv vint cf a decr-e in the ab)ove
-. e jted by hS Honor Judg
*.'.' 31einge. pn silnr jn~dge, and
i tlt- in. thOw r ' 11:.r k n co .
Lthl :; bmy A. D
i7. I wil s1!. t. hi;:hest hidder.
- i. 112 during thi
-1;h1' n of .'- M re thlt court
use dir . P.. :.i S. 3.. the follow
.: (:rie'i i r;l :te. to wit-All
at tract of lnd ca:aining lifty four
1) acre:, mncre ::I -es. on waters of J
sdes creek. wa:vrs of Saluda River.
ginning on a . M. poplar at the
anch, thence S (0 W !6:60 to a rock
Jarmes Lathein's ibw, thence L 13
10.:5 to a rock. tIece S 83 1-: V
o a rook near the sprmg:~, thence N
1-2 %. 14:25 to a de.i P. 0. thence
wn s: Vi branch to the beginning 'pop
, and als > a small bounch y of land iy
joinig tic above on the branch the
undary coutuined in a deed from p
orga D. Clardy Io L. 1H. Kennemore
iich may be referred to, reference be
Z made to deed frim L. 11. K'-nneniore 4
Win. L. Smiith, 6-% edl 5 Jan-utry 1847 h
d recorded il nteU 1'k "E" at page V
(old s. ries)of Piekens county records, p
d this being the smne land purchased o
me on January :d 1l1. at Probate s,
dge's sale ?nd deeded to me by J. B. st
wryProhnte Joye jl!,! Pi!--,f-. ri
C , anJana v :;rd 'J1u which deed
on reconi, and reference is hereby fi
id& thereto for a more complete
uription of the land hereby nortgag
I'erms of s:Jh : One half cash on day
sale the 01anc1en a credit of twelve
mths secured by bonut of the purchas- P
and mort;;ae of t-e p iiis sod.
deferred payncut to bcar intereut at
:tr cent eer am;um.with leave to the
rchaser to pay all cash or to antici- tI
te paym~ient at any tine. H
Purchaser to pa.y f-r all papers and i
reItcording tl. same. P
1 . IR. ROARK,
6h'eriif Fickenz County.
Clerk's Sale r
ATl: OF SOUTII C.\lOLANA
In Conmon Pleas C.ourt n
rmers Bank of Central. I:.intiff
H. T. Cinner. hefenant
In pursuance of a dueretal order made
the above stated ease by his IHonor
idge R. W. .1demin~g r. dated Feb. 28, ~
12, and or file in the Clerk's office,
ckens county, I will sell before the
>urt House doer in Pickene, S. C., dur
g the legal hours of sale. on Salesday
April. 1912, the following described
al est ate, lying and being in the Coun
-of Pickens and State of South Car&
-ia-all that piece, parcelI or tract of
nd, containing to nty and one-fourth
gj) acn s, recre or i(.s, adjoining land
ithe nc-rth by W. C. Brock, on the
s; by lands of P. Whiten. on the south
Sl-inds of B. J. Johnston and on the
est by a constructive line to be made
teen Thoma:s Conner, Sr., commenc
g on the old road ont the south, and
nning straight across the fild and
rking' the. northern line on W. C.
rock's land. Terms of sale cash.
ioul-l thme purchaser fail to comply
ich the terms of this sale within one
,ur th-r'eafter, said clerk will resell
e sim,- (in the same or somec subse
int sah sday, at the risk of thme former
irchaser. P'urchaser to p::Y for ; tapers
r recording s uoe.
.A. J, U;OGGS.
Cihrk of Court.
F'.TE OF SOUTil CA!bOLINA
Ini purSuanue Fr a decre,al I r ier madelt
the ab ov'.:tted e-1s !v yhi:a Honor
a te, andl n fiu-. ini the Cierk's ofice.
ickeni ceunmtv, I wil; si11 before the
i.urt ho'use ':oor att Pueken:,. S. C.. dir
g the IsV.! hours of sah onl Sales ilay
A pril, 191'?, the~Fu fob'wing deOSCribed
al r~s-.ate, situat.- lyinig and I bing in
e cotylft of Pickens andi :tate Soth
a..lm a--all tnatt :i.-'e parc't or ti aie'
I-.tal int .h:, to-.;;: of~ Ij brI v, b >uindedo
reet ruunlm . r.t' frotn Rail r t' St...
'e hun.!re.i andi forty-sight fer t, en the
suh by Suiu Ninonl. ine hundredi
14 forty-seven feet, and on thme net by
seie Parso3s' one hundlred a..d forty
.E.. BOGGS W. E. FINDLEY
BOGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty, S. C.
'ractice at Central every Wednedays
A. McCollough B. F. Martin
E. M. Blythe
IcA lough, Martin & Blythe
[asonic Temple Grecuville, S. C.
MARTIN, GREENE & EARLE
Anderson, S. C.
ractice in all Courts.
'ght feet, and being that to
rr bv Susie Parsons the 5th day of Feb
)OS. Ter is of sale, cash. Should the
rchaser fail to comply with the terms
this sale within one hour thereafter.
id clerk will resell the same on the
Ltne or some subsequent salesday at the
sk of the former purchaser.
Purclaser to pay for all papers and
>r recording the same.
A. J. BOGGS,
clerk cf court.
ickens Bank, Plaintiff
R. Powell, Defewn:ant
By virtue of an order of foreclosura in
ie above stated case, signed by his
onor R. W. Memminger. presiding
dge, and on file in the clerk's cfilce,
ickens county, dated Feb. 29, 1912,. I
ill sell to the highest bidder, on Sales
iy in Apr. 1912. during the legal hours
sale, b-fore the court house door at
ikkens, S. C., the following described
'al estate, tc-wit: All that piece. par
1 or tract of land or lot of Iand lying,
ing and siwuate in the State and coun
f aforetiid, in Pickens c. 11. township
tar the town of Pickens, and contain
g in the aggregate one (i) acre, more
r less. the said lot or boundary of land
Ping made ui) of two one-half (;) acre
>t one was conveyed to W. R. Powell
y B. F. Mauldin July 26, 1910, by deed
ecorded in deed book "M M,'' page 68,
~ickens county records: the other half
cre was conveyed to W. R. Powell by
.A. cannon, said land adjoins land now
r formerly owned by Dr J. A. cannon,
~ickens Railroad..c )mpanly, the public
oad and others. and lies ni at Packene
otton mill; it being the place whereom
V. R. Powell now livt s. Terms-One
nlf cash on day cf sale. the balance in
welve months, the deferred payment
o be secured by the bond of the pe.r
haser and mortgages of the premises
'ld, with leave to the purchase.rs to
ay all cash or to anticip~ate, the cred~t
>o-rtion to hear mnterest at S per cent par
Purchasers to pay for papers and for
R. R. Roatrk,
Sheriff Pickens county
Guard Your Children
Against Bowel Trouble
'Many children at an early age
become constipated, and frequently
scrious con sequences result. Not
being able to realize his own con
dition, a child's bowels should be
constantly watchcd, and a gentlc
laxative givcn when necessary.
Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets arc
tspecially wcll ada.p tcd to women
and childrcn. The Sistcrs of
Christian Charity, 531 Charles St.,
Luzerne, Pa., who attend many
cases of sickness say of them:
"Some time ago we began using Dr.
Miles' Iaxative Tablets and find that
we like them very much. Their action
is excellent and we are grateful for
having been made acquainted with
them. We have had good results in
every caso and the Sisters are very
The form and flavor of any medi
cine is very important, no matter
who is to take it. The taste and
appearance are especially important
when children are concerned. All
parents know how hard it is to give
the average child "medicine," even
though the taste is partially dis
guised. In using Dr. Mles' Lax
ative Tablets, howe .er, this difli
culty is overcome. The shape of
the tablets, their appearance and
candy-like taste et once appeal to
any child, with the result that they
are taken without objection.
The rich chocolate flavor and
absence of other taste, mr.Ake Dr.
Miles' Lax2.tive Tablets the ideal
remedy for chicdren.
If t:he frst i..x fails t'o benefit,
the price is r;-turnied. Ask your
drug;ist. A box of 25 doses costs
only e5 cents. Never sold in bulk.
MILES ME')ICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind.
'o; ion 't Get 'Stuvk'
f :3u -uc : t. '- .r ~ ;.- e- -
ins of Al!
we mai'ke a bold b -r your ::aie. by otfer
i'r Tou beet selection, we ';':d :rt of
remarkable in beauty. variety nd iowoews ef
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
. .. ..Always Bought
V!ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
ANY A tabeepartionfor.
*sfRd~oajeut Bears the
440. Wormsc -olsin ewis
' nessandLOSLEP. For Over
Exact Copy of Wrapper. a osaMgncGPUWS. 1sswoanerY.
FOR THAT KEG OF
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottling Works,
R. L. Davis Proprietor
W E HAVE MUCH GOODS THAT WILL BE VAL
UABLE TO YOU, WHICH WE ANXIOUS
TO DISPOSE OF. THE Price Knife HAS BEEN
PUT IN DEEP, AND YOU CAN BUY THESE GOODS
AT NO A SO-CALLED "SPECIAL SALE" PRICE,
BUT Away flown Under Regular Price.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE ME FOR Dry Goeds., Shoes
GREENVILLE, S. C.
-FROST PROOF CABBAGE PLANTS
GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS
FROM THE ORIGINAL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS
~AZ~La D* g L . 0a~i~L4.
TRAZC MA e
cd 2S'G8. Paid~n CaptA Stc $3.00.6 N
- T- t Mt :2CT 00F pMA= 11 1-48 .m aace r -.T"eg
-ol 1,~ 5. *rq
L L's. e . e:7- ro - ..:oi-.-c:-..r epents 3:i oc: 1 p~z~fl:~v.cSS e S @ou u
/ very Good Boll Counts
r marycotton ldthr is too
pre~ c:: t d.is i..ance the r~lant food.
- :te>:i; iba Wa.t coton docs not reed much
,. - ... -~1:rd to) eradicate. But the toneger
. ''phm-s h:ave been used on the crop the
- t r:; .c ned of more
Try~ a cotton fertiliz:-r with 6 to 8 per cent.
R,.aand use lberal ?ide dressings of Kainit.
- -/J4-~> ~ It w~Qill pay bccause Potash Pays.
-' I.. . 4ix your old sty!: lAtilzr wit/i an equal
quantity of Kainit.
jt~if i- AP4)We -.ow sell Kainit and all Potash Salts direct. Write
us fo- prices and for our free book on Cotton Culture.
GERMAN HALI WORKS, Inc.
CntirLenta! BIddj.. Balttunore Monadnock Block. Chicado
Whti.v CSenal Bank RBAA_._ New Orlen.
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