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Navassa, Guano
Stands for Quality
Navasso Guano has stood the t(st. The company
has made a life study of Plant Foods and what t ,e
different crops require and
Navassa Quality
Fertilizers
are best for all crops. All plant food is soluble and
available, and of the highest agrieiltural value.
Phosphoric Acid, Amonia
and Potash
are the best plant foods known, and they are Comli
bined in the right proportion in Navassa GUMne 4
Give it a trial. Results will more thain conveillC
you of the truth of our statements. Let us figure
with you on your Spring Guano.
Felger, Tsornley & Co.
Navassa Guano Company
WMNGTON, N. C.
We are agreeably surprised with the pat
ronage we have received since we entered
the mercantile field.
We now offerour customers
Special Prices on Dry Goods and
Hats. We close them out at cost
FRESH GROCERIES
We will devote our trade to Groceries prini
cipally, and can make you close prices on
the best Flour, Sugar, Coffee and Lard.
Bring us Your Produce
*Special
Fre Ofte
One pair of icelass 14K. Gold F'illed for
read(ing anid far' right. Will mail you HIomue Eye
-teter. Haye fit thousands by this system. Ui -
on return of Tester, glasses will be mailed Fre -
Are worth from $2 to $5.
Offer No. 2
* Six Silver Teaspoons, made by Wallace Bros
largest silverware makers in the United States.
You get Six Free.
Of fer No. 3
Large Wall Chart and Map. Gives Map of
- and World, three sheets, Animal
ana-iry: "Gives Latest Census."
Cotton Grader and Pe: Pictu: : of Standard
Cotton Grades. Should be had by every farmer
who grows, buys or sells cotton. Mailed Free
Onie of the above offers FREE, without any
extra cost, with one year's subscription to the
Td.-W..My himtltuf in, like South's lead
- g newappe. This is one of the greatest of
fer. ever made through any paper. You get the
news three tirnes each week. If you are already
a subseriber, send one dollar andl have your sub
-scription exbended one year, as t his offer will
nlever be madte again.
Spar anbug.S. C.
- Der sir:
* *Pi'c'e fin m'io e ! M.). S o! ' j'Tri
Weekly Conn ti one .1t(I't:m -i *a( Fret Ofier
* ~ Name------ ----- - ----
P. O.- ------------
R. F.D. ----
State ~-- ---
Exchange I Acre for
Fars ladEs at Albany, Ga. sai 'e pr ha-ed at I10 t' * bn.G. n t!h
baaie Wrt o onitoi yn wib e y . ir rai'ron' I fare
Address
SEUGENE B. ADAMS, Secretar
I' Cambe ofCommrceALBANY, G
For Infa ts and Children.
-71, The Kind You Have
Always Bought
g ALCOHOL 3 PER CEINT.
Aegetable Preparaionfedrs B
sFmatidnrte u ears the
tiagteStomahsand.Bowisif
Signature
ProniotesDigestionhlwk Of
ness and st.Containsneittr
Opiun.Morphine norMaerai.
NOT NAac OTIC.
In
Use
nessandLOSSOFSEP For Over
Thirty Years
NEW YORK.
Exact Copy of Wrapper. N6 OXUTAUN COMPANT. NEW YONK CTy
Roofs Put on
26 Years Ago
are as good as new, and have
never needed repairs-never
need attention of any kind, ex
cept an occasional coat of paint.
.- -..
Storm-proof Fire-proof Lightning-proof
Don't buy that roof for the new building, or re-roof the old,
REATH, BRIUE, MORLIOW t 0., Pickenis. S. u.
FODMDE Fmdfrissrieil h ihaso h
H ig Lamp Evern a iTol r ntric
FORiD MOEL T -Fa.men f its ervie rasl the> ighw of he
thnse h ea bt ire t be e nadimStel: ntuton h ael~ egt
4FCyd Tourn , 2 passenger.ltl Foripedoo as '9llws
Fod omecia Toad speoeter. antger a. i0
Od Torpd. 2or pasngeooFrd ]a 90
Foir Doesivey Carlpcit y 730e Mr is. mse.e 73ip0 d
Tespies i nclue compleudrte etupet , an. a . run i tr.t.N
Ford T For Cars psdeneuippedoo~ 9
For TopM. 2pSMITge , Agent
Liberty, S. C.
HROYSTER FEll
HITS THE SPOT EVEI
71ne expanation Is simnpkitD1
made ifl the truest cure
everyin9' dinhas to pass
lest of our own !aboralorle
3theresino7,tormiss abou tRoj
Ferliizers.
e a Sold,By Reliable J)ealers Everywher
rF.8.ROYSTER GUANO 4
Norfol Va.ales Offices
Norolka. Tarboro N.C. Columbla S.
y j BalitimoreIMd. M~ontgomeryAla. Spartanibur
A. raicon &a. Colbh Ga.
qMNKATTING FLIES WITH SOAF
.KanEmr CIty Physician Deviaes an Ef
ficient Method of Destroying the
Household Pests.
A physician living on the
South side has invented a rathei
novel method of ridding his house
of flies. An ordinary drinking glass
half filled with soapsuds is placed in
a coivenient window sill. A Slice
of bread with a smzall hole cut in
the middle and spread on the under
side with molasses. covers the glass.
The flies, alighting on the bread,
crawl through the hole to get to the
molasses. There they are soon over
come by the fumes of the soapy wa
ter and fall into it. In a few houn
the glas is filled with them. The
physician is very enthusisatic oye3
the invention, for, he says, it ii
much easier than chasing flies al
over the house and then killing only
a few.
"It is also safer," he addd "thau
the method I read of in Tuesday
evening's Star, telling of a grocer
who used a pan of formaldehyde. I
do not doubt the success of the plan,
but formaldehyde is deadly poison,
and it would be a bad thing to keep
aroun'd the house where there are
children. The soapsuds method im
convenient and cheap aid brings ex.
cellent results."-Kansas City Star
Public attention cannot bE
directed always by abusing
,'certain newspapers."-New
berry Obs: rver.
Summons for Relief
- State of South Carolina,
Pickens County.
Court of Common Pleas.
Summons for Selief
(Complaint Served)
G. R. Hendricks, Plaintiff,
against
Louvia Mansel, Levina Mansel,
Augusta Mansel, OsboinE
Mansel. Clyde Mansel and
Claude Mansel. the last fom
named of whic.. are minors,
and C-iroline McWhorter,
Alonzo Crew, T. J. Mauldin,
and the heirs at law of Olivei
McWhorter, deceased, whose
namnes, number, ages and
places of residence are u~n
known, Defendants.
TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAM
ED:
You are Hereby Sunmmoned
and required to answer the com
plaint in this action, of which a
copy is herewith served upon
you, and to serve a copy of your
answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber at his office at
Pickens Pickcus C. H., S. C.,
within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of the
day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the complaini
within the time aforesaid, the
Claintiff in this action will ap
ply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the comphdniv~t.
Dated Mt rch 26. A. D. 1912.
Plaintiff's Attorne~v.
To Agusta Mansel. Osbornm
Mansel, Clyde Manmsei Clizde
Mansel, infants under fouirt eer
years of age and to Levina an
sel, their mother, with whfn
said 'nfant defendants reside
You are hereby notified t o ap
ply for the appointmnent of
guardian ad litem to represen
said infant defendants unde:
fourteen years of age withij
twenty days after the service o
this summons upon you, and i
you fail, application will b
made by the plaintiff here'n fo
such appointment.
W. E. Findley,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
To the absent defendants. th
heirs at law of Oliver McWho1
ter, deceased, whose names
number, ages and places of resi
dence are unknown: Tak
totice that the Complaint an'
h e Summons and Notices il
h e above stated case, of whic1
his an~d the foregoing are copies
were filed in the office of th
Clerk of the Court of Comnmo:
Pleas for Pickens County, S. C.
on the 26th day of March. 191l
W. E. Findley,
Plaintiff's Attorney.
6t No. 2.
ILIZER
PROFESSIONAI
.J. E. BOGGS W. E. FINDLE
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Lawyers
Pickens, S. C.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Dentist
Liberty, S. C.
Practice at Cint!:d every Wedneda
J. A. McCollongh B. F. Marti
E. M. Blythe
M 11o1ugh1 Martin & BlytL
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Masonic Temple Grecuille, S.
Associate firm
MARTIN, GREENE & EARLE
An 'erson, S. C.
Practice in all Courts.
SJ. F. KEOWN
Attorney-at-Law
Pickens, S. C.
Office over Pickens Bank
Yonah Land.
The famous Piedmont section. Norl
Ea :t G-orgia. The land of opportunit
Special inducement to fruit grower
dairymen, stockmen and poultrymei
A great demand for diversified farmin
Some products to sell every t
cionmo market and best prices. Twer
t,7 odd Tourist hotels in Habershai
County, (both summer and winter r
sorte), o! ly 78 miles from Atlanta c
main line of Southern Railway to Was]
ington, ). C. Ten acres 'apple archai
produced 3:'00 bushels of apples nettir
$:000.00. Eqially as good for peach<
pecans.grape8 etc. The best of farnir
lands will produce from 1 to 2 bales <
cotton, VO to 100 bushels of corn pi
cre, besides large crops of small grai
and bay. Pure water, fire climate. r
mosquitoes. eplendid scenery, fit
schools and churches, 1800 feet elpv2
cion. Price s range from $5.00 to $2~>.(
per acre. Send for descriptive Pamp1
et and price list.
CORNELIA REAL ESTATE AND
INVESTMENT Co.
CORNE~LIA, GA.
Notice Road Hands.
Pay your Road Tax befor
May 1st 1912, to the Clerk c
County Commissioners.
After May 1 penalty will a1
tach and all who have not pai
will be liable to pay a fine c
imprisonment.
J. B. Craig,
Co. Supervisor.
You Won't Get "Stuck''
if y u 4.tick" to us. Or businiess is
peaise " anid not 'stick"' you. When we 01
Pins of All
Descriptions
we make ai bold bid for your trade, by off
ing you best selectiou we could get of
H.\T PINS, UiEL T PINS,
e I-1 PINS, STICK PINS,
remnarkable in beauty, variety and lownes
price. Buy some.
H SNI DER.
S. Talle
Cne
Pain Pill,
then
Tai~e
ITo Hecd-Offi
a HEadache
Nothin2g Ia Better than
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pi~s
as there .sre thou~an sufferin4
unnecerssarily from headache.
was ahflicte'd mntermittently o
vears with headache and4 ;it.
other remedies failed, I tE
Dr. iles' Anti-Pain Filta.
the p.ast ten years I have earriel
themi constantly with me, g'ttini
instant relief by using one 0
two on the approach of headache
They are als~o effective for nec
ralgia, . ving immediate relicf.
C. M. B3ROWN, Estherville, la
For Sale by All Druggtsts.
25 Doses, 25 Cents.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Eikhart, 1nc
CASTOR IA
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You lHave Alwas Bout
"Our Personal I
todi
PICKI
We hate been In business in tlWls townI
for some time, and we are looking to
bu!ld up trade by always advising our
patrons right.
So when we tell you that we have
found the eczema remedy and that we
stand back of it with the manufacturer's
Iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves
you can depend upon it that we give our
advice not in order to sell a few bottles
of medicine to skin sufferers, but be
s caUse we know how It will help our
business if we help our patrols.
- We keep In steek aid sell, all the well
known skin remedies. But we will way
n this: If you are sufering from any
kind f skin trouble. eseema, sriesls1
rah or tatter, we want ou to T9y *
size bottle of D. D. B. Prescription.
And, Ai it does not do the wor, this
Pickens Railor
TIME TAB]
SUPEREDES TIME
EFFECTIVE JUl
No. 1 No. 3No. 5 STATI
Mix'd Mix'd Mix'd
A. M. A. M. P. M. Lv.
7-30 11-00 3-15 PICK]
7-35 11-05 3.20 *FERG1
7-45 11.15 3-30 *PARS
h 7-50 11.20 3-35 *ARV
7-55 11-55 3-40 *MAUI
8.oo 11-30 3-45 EASL
Ar.
*Flag Stations-No Ag
No. 1 connects wit
No. 3 connects wit
No. 3 connects wit
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-0 No. 4 connects wit
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No. 5 conneets wit
For any frther infor
Phoni
FOR THA
HOT
THE DIMK THAT li
PckenBS B0o
R. L. Davis
FROST PROOF C
GUARANTEED TO S
" FRWEHEORIGEIA CA
SEstabisbediB68. Paidhfl
It Is t t these ,..L Ih yee
thaten for tho e ~stmorey.
We sow three Iens of Oebbae
The~ enti're houehol-re
The oyro
. provides this home necessity
pie who lirc in the couintry.
It is potving a p:ng i:
Write, today, for our f
have telephone service is yet
F'armuers LineI
ht SCTHERN BELI
& TELEGRAPI
iuarantee
kin Sufferers"
NS DRUG COMPANY.
>ottle will cost you noth1"s. To' ono
to judze.
Again and again we have Ben how q
row drops of this SiMPle W&Sh IPPiL
10 the skin, takes away the 1i..b, L
tantly. And the .ur"s all s4;a W r -
Prmanno
TABLE N. 11.eloifl -4 b -
D. D). D. La2ratri~ of o 61
A.opoad o *ym*i. ly. . 6. .
wirrso as 90 r -454-3
DooGUag Ingredleat aL Am fYa As
JuSt erma with 110b. you WIN ft-s3
I*Gtbe& &a& eselo, Ike item iaebLA~f
Waaed away 'be uMbBIf 7*04 *N&4.I
" D. 5 D4
We -e4 = -A 5 M * Eo wx
M"s ON 0=11 br roewminomf We~
remedy to A sokb 4.fer 5 No' aM
1here ad we want Ye to y it ow
1a our No.luve aft~ 3Eate9.
ad Company,
uE No 12.
TABLE No. 3.
i . outhe No. 11
Mion MixapMplyd
A. A. AP. r. .
Ns f 9.10, I.SO 4-36
SOL( 9.05 1-45 4.30
)NS 8-5 1.35 4-130
LIL 8-5 I40 4.15
D"M 8.45 &.55 +10
ET 8.40 1ISO4.0%
ents.
Li Southern No. 42
i Southern No. 39
P Soutirn No. 39
m o osrbomn No. 12
[i Souhevu No. 12
ls ounhmt No. 39
at Telp h1n
estel tothuansgf ir.
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