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0b ndeYqu Have Always Bot, and which hw. beea
ise for vfer 80 years, has borne teM
NW subevdonuasnce iiey.
Aflomo one to deceive youin
and endinger the. health of
esubstitute for Castor On, Pare
gric, Dwo 'oething Syrups. It is pleasant. It
contains m. orphine nor other Narcot1e
'bstance. s ' Is it guarautee. It destroys Worms
an -aneays. For more than thirty years it
has been in oensifint use for the relief of Constipation,
Flatulem y, tzi&dCole,. aR: Teething Troubles and
Diarrhes. It regniates -the Stomaeh and Bowels,
eod, giving e y. Ad natural sleep.
The Chffiws-'uPanaceaThe Mo~whegs FXiend
MUn CASTORIA ALAYs
Bears the Signatre of
hin0Avlw Ays M0gt
In Use- For Over 30 Years
*Th ft!Cuq.C@ rM W^ -N NW "NtK C1TY.
The Tices Are.
Come and do your trading early. We are
prepared to give you good service. We have al
most anything you may want in Dry Goods, Notions
Undeuwear and Shoes. OUR PRICES SHALL
BE RIGHT. We have a good many things we
wish to close out, and will make liberal discounts
Come and buy. Make yourself andfany
happy and help to make us happ. .
* A. K. Park
West En Grevie
-* ~ -All PEPSI-Cola crown~is bearing
the word "Greenville" on inside
under cork disk will be redeemed
at 5'c each.
\ AMk the Merchant
.There's a great reason why you should
drink PEPSI-Cola. -It is healthful.
UNVERYTHING which it brings you is 100
~r cent. PURE beuefit and enjoyment. Flavor is
licious-rare. Effect is wholesome, satisfying
icek to refresh. It QUENCHES, thirst with its
rt, fruit flavor.
"There's a Difference"
lighest Price Paid for Produce
I have a nice line of Spring Clothing, Hats of all )
nds, both men's and ladies'. A nice line Dress Goods
select from. A nice line of Oxfords, both men's and
A car load of Elegant Brand Elour and another to
.me, at $5.30 per barrel.
Agents for Marietta Fertilizers.
Yo'urs for trade.
Dhn W.. Hendricks, - Pickens
* N THE COUNTY
, large stock of everything in the Furniture line. Bed
suits $15.00 and up. Feather Beds and pillows to
: just the thing for this cold weather. Blankets too. <
on't you need a cook stove or steel range? We have
and our prices are right.
ewing Machines and Organs. Agents for the Schulz
*, and the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets.
Et L & G. B. HAMILTON
OW SeeiisToBe Oi
The canpaign of 1914 ma.
be said to have opened. Candi
ilates for gvemor have .beei
tnouncingtheidi platforms i
e pubiylic rint; and a genera
ativity alo Al political line
W S tohjave ieen started. A
leastIfourof the candidates fa
gqyernor hiave given out thei
foinal platforms and it is ex
pected that others will fall i
line 'and state "the issues upoi
which they will ask the vote.
of the people-this summer.
The Senatoial Race
The race for the United State!
senate seems' to be betweer
oyernor Blease and Senatoi
Smith, without a third entry
There was talk for a time o1
ther candidates, but one by on<
they withdrew, and there ar
ow only two candidates in th<
race, and, unless something un
Foreseen happens, these will bI
the.only two candidates whet
the time for filing pledges ex
Assistant Attorney Genera
red H. Dominick, of N1iew
erry, was in Anderson recent
rl'in the -interest of his can
idacy ifor congress, and again
ast weekhe was in the up-coun
rv, in: Ocotiee. Pickens and
)ther. cowties in the third dis
riot, W ,Dominick. who. is a
:andidate for the seat now hel
iV (ior i isman Aiken, says
hathe'is confident of election.
Attorney General Thos. H.
?eeples has announced that he
ill bea candiate for re-elec
ion. Theiydasbeen no oppo
ition'announced to the attor
The Governor's Race,
There is a great deal of inter
t in thi ,rage for governor.
rhe number of candidates is
arge, and most of.them are well
aiown to the voters of the State.
County-o- Contfr Campaign
There has been considerable
Liscussion of abolishing the
ounty-to-countV campaign this
,ummer. This movement will
yvear itslef out, as did the effort
n the legislature to restrict the
)rimary. Governor Blease has
:ome out flat-footed in favor of
hecandIdate going before the
eople, aknd has announced that
f the State convention does not
>rovde for a county-to-county
anvass that he will go to each~
ounty seat, inviting the other
andiates for the senate tc
ound a Cure for Rheumatim
"I suffered with itheumatism
or two years and could not gel
n right hand to ray mouth for
hat length of tirir'e," writes Lee
5. Chapman, Mapleton; Iowa.
I suffered 'terrible pain so
ould not sleep' nor lie still al
iight. Five yease ago I begat
ising C)hambeilain's) Linimeni
md in two months I was well
md have not suffered with rheu
natism since." For sale by all
Snmmons for Relief.
state of South Carolina,
ourt of Common Pleas.
3. A. Major and W. A. G. McWhorter
. W. Major, Julia Wood, Judge Major
John Major, William Major, and th<
heirs-at-lawof Frank Major,deceased
whoei names, ~, and number ari
unk'own, defe ts.
o the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
uired to answer the complaint in thi:
etion, of which a copy is herewit
~erved upon you, and to serve, a copy o:
rour answer to the said complaim
,i the subscribers at their office a
ikens, S. C.,~ within twenty days afte:
he service hereof, exclusive of the da:
af such service; and if you fail to an
mrer the complaint within the time
iforesaid, the plaintiffs .in this actiot
illapi to the court for the relief de
nandedi the complaint.
Dated February 6, A. D. 1914.
A. 3. BoGGS, C. C. P
JuLIUs E. BOGGS,
C. E. ROBINSON,
[o the non-resident defendants, Julia
Wood, Judge Major, John Major
Wilam :Major, and the heirs-at-lay
of Frank Major, deceased, whosi
rames,ages,~and number are unknown
Take notice, that the summons, oj
vhich the foregoing is a copy, and the
nmplaint in the above entitled action
ras .fed in the office of the Clerko0
he Court, at Pickens, S. C., on~ the 6t1
lay of' February, 1914, and is now or
ie in said office.
JuLIUS E. BOGGS,
C. E. ROBINSON,
50 Plaintiffs Attorneys.
Summons for Relief.
(Complaint Not Served.)
he State of South Carolina,
Count of Pickens,
jourt of Cmmon Pleas.
3. E. Robinson, H. Y. Lawrence, and
A. C. Knox, plaintiffs, against
3. A. Carnes, defendant.
Do the defendant above named:
You are hereby summoned and re
ired to answer the complaint in thie
ction, of which a copy is herewiti
erved upon you, and to serve a copy o:
rour answer w~ said complaint on th4
ubscriber at his office at Pickens, S. C.,
rithin twenty days after the serviet
iereof, exclusive of the day of such ser
rice; and if you fail to answer the corn
ilaint within the time aforesaid, thi
plaintiff in this action will apply to th
ourt for the relief demranded in th4
Dated the 5th day of March, 1914.
A. . BoGGS, C. C. P.
C. F. ROBINSON,
ro the Defendant, C. A. C nes:
Take notice, that the ..,nmons, a
which the foregoing is a c py, and th
:omplaint in the above-s ted action
ras filed in the office of th Clerk of th
ourt atPickens,SB.- ., n the 5th da:
>f March, 1914, and is w on filei1
Since becomi-a- teader of
your-v aluable; paper i have
readall the disciissidns with, hi
terest: Duty of tenant, duty of
landlord, and their - relations.
Having had some gience
along these lines I feel inclined
I own 110 acres of- land, with
150 acres in cultivation. I work
r all this myself in corn, oats,
r cowpeas and cotton. I have no
tenants. My neighbors on each
side have tenants and while I.
"saw wood and say nothing," I
hear both complaints. And my
impartial decision is that it is
the same old story that general
lyexists with all the farmers,
3 lack of co-operation. We are
i all so afraid of doing something
that will benefit our neighbot
that we actually fail in our own
* This winter while breaking
i my land with a ten-inch plow
i as deep as three horses could
- Rull, a tenent neighbor came in
the field and strongly empha
I sized the work as heing "the
As this tenant worked the
same land last year and laid his
crop by. so that at gathering
time there appeared to be at
least a ton of crab grass to the
acre, I told him- I thought he
would at least make the rent
over and above by turning un
der all this grass during the
winter. This hi said be could,
not afford, being a renter; thatj
he had rather, burn off andI
break in the spring and save I
two breakings. To this I re-J
plied that it would only be nec
essary to disk instead of break
twice (owner furnishes him
disk). This he also claimed he
could not afford,.as he would be
improving the land for the ovn
er. This man, with numbers o
others, has not done a day's
work this. winter.
This is very much the polidy
of all the tenants I have ever
known. If they break a pane
from the window they call fdr
the owner to ,ut. in apother.
Allow the ditch that drains the
lot to fill up and notify theowa
er that they can hardly get in
their lot on accqunt of the mud:
Is it any wonder such people
are renters? This same lack of
cooperation and same stupidity
is characteristic of a vast major
ity of the land-owners and is
the most damaging example
and the greatest obstruction to
progess in our-Dixie Land. Is:.
it any wonder the tenant is so.
trifiine? In the general sum
niing up of the subject one is~
about the equal of the other,
and all affected with the samej
old disease. growl. growl and do
nothing.-Arkansanl. in The
Mr. Elijah M. Stone, a promi- 1i
nent citizen of Central. came'I
to Easleyv the 8th instant
and claimed for his bride
Miss Sallie Oates of Glen- I '
wood. Rev. D. W. Hiott, an7
intimate friend of Mr. Stone, I '
said a few words which madel
them one. May their pathway
To be worthy of the respect of
all, a man must respect himself.
In fertiliziig your cotton and
apply at least 6oo pounds of -his
fertilizer to the acre for the. b~
Where less than 600 pounds of
acts as a stimulant only, and
the soil than it furnishes, and y
you use 600 pounds or more of
t urnish the soil with more plant
Sit and your soil improves. Ani
you use, the faster your crop gr<
Sis shaded, and you know that
with heavy fertilization you have
leaves and bolls. This gives y
- the soil. This vegetable matter
and soil without humus is like 1e2
is greatly impaired. And then h
bolls and this makes more bales
your money in farming.
The difference in cost of fertili
and 6oo pounds of fertilizer is:
ence in the crop will be at least
at present prices that is a little t1
pays. There is no doubt of its I
acre will pay better than 400 pC
the ground is in an unusually hig
if it will pay to use more than 6
ton or corn. If your lands are
our ro-3-3 is about what you nee
Ifyour lands are gray use our
little late in planting, use our 1c
per centage of phosphoric acid wi
ity of your cotton. If 'you don
the acre on all your crop, try i
make your money.
We are getting out a fish, blot
equal and farmers using it this:
crop maJking that people who 2
understand. We hope you ha
goods this year, issued by Cle
sample has fallen down; the 2
stands up like a little tin soldier.
Where the price is the same, 1
etween Anderson, Greenwood
mrevile and 'Greer, S. C.,' Effee
ySunday -December 7th, 1913
'ins leave and arrive corner Maii
r. Time - No. Tim
1 6:00 am. 2 .-8:1Qar
37:60 am 4 10:10 ar
.10:00.am 6 12525 pm
711:40am 8 1:10 pn
91:45 pm 10 3:55 pi
. 4:25 pm 12 6:35 pr
57:30 pm 16 9:40 pr
etween Greenville and Greer.
ro Time No. Tim
. 8:20 am 71 7:40Oar
210:15 am 73 9:55 ar
412:30 pm 75 11:40 an
- 1:50 pm 77 . 1:45 px
83:36 pm 79 3:15 pr
06:20 pm 81 4:55 px
ickets on sale G0. S. & A.' Termi
,104 'North Main Street.
C. S. ALLEN,
Gen'l Pass. Agent.
rn, care should be taken tc
hgrade fish, blood and bone
t and most lasting results
etilizer is used to the acre, il
kes more plant food fron
r soil ruins down, but where
ne fertilizer to the acre, yot
od than the crop takes frorr
besides, the more fertilizei
sW and the quicker your land
san advantage. And ther
erger stalks, more limbs and
umore vegetable matter foi
urnishes humus for the soil
her without oil, 'its usefulnes!
evy fertilization makes more
ad there is where you make
ig an acre with 40o pound!
>und $3 an acre,~ the differ
:o pounds of lint cotton, anc
ierise of $i3- That is how 11
aing, and 6o0 pounds to the
ids or 300 pounds. Unless
hstate of cultivation we doub1
pounds to the acre for cot
re our 8-3-3 or our 9-3-3 or
8.-4 or out 10-4-4. If you are
33 or our 10-4-4, as the extra
asten the growth and matur
'tcare to use 6oo pounds tc
n half and see where yor
and bone goods that has n<
er will have an advantage ii
edeprived of it will not un
enoticed the analysis of ou
mon College. Not a singi
.nlysis of every one of then
e the best.
& Oil Compan'
D. S. VANDIVER, Manage
ods, try some of this anyway
n you smoke STA
nd in their placeA
rance - Freshness --IM
Bettor than ' imaginec
'housnds are saying it
onvenient Papeggs: The H
rin, the Full-Size l0-CentTin, the Pound
idors an-d the Popuid-Sa~ss ,Humidor.
HOME-MADE GARDEN DIBBLE
Experiences Teaches That Implement
Mad. of Fiat Board Works Wel
and Leaves Clean Hole.
A. dibble made of a-round and sharp
pointed: stick' is the- usuar -tool for
making holes when i'etting tomato
and other plants. I found by experi
ence that dibble made of a flat board
Seat t. f
2.2would work much better and1eva
a cleaner tiole if worked into the earth
a with, a horizonta.l .swinging motion,
a says a writer in the Popular
giechanics. The hole produced In just
right for the plant. The illustration
-shiows its constructioni.
%Wanted-Cattle and Colts.
1 I want to buy two or three dozen cat
a tie between the ages of one and three
years, and a few mule colts. R1. A.
Hfester, Liberty, S. C., R. 3. 48tf
IT IS NEVER~ TlOO L ATE
ito mendi, so no matter what
happens to vour watch, send it
-around to us., We are experts
jAT JEWELRY REPAIRING.
IWhile here, take time for a
look at our display of novelties,
ornaments and utilities in the
line of attractive Jewelry.
H. Snider, Easley, S. C.
Via Southern Railway From
Easley, S. C.
S$4.70-Atlanta, Ga.. account of meet
ing 'of Mystic Shrine. Tickets on sale
May 7 to 12, with return limit May 20.
Special train will be operated from
Greenville on the night ot May 11:
$12.70-Nashville, Tenn., and return
baccount Southern Baptist Convention.
Tickets on sale May 8 to 13, with return
limit May 30.
I$8.45--Jacksonville, Fla., and return,
aceount of United Confederate Veter
7. with return limit May 15. Extension
may be obtained to June 4 by deposit
ing ticket and payment of 50c. Special
coach will leave Easley on train 36 at
15.45 a. m. May 5, and arrive in Jack
sonville same day 8.30 p. m.
- For complete information call any
r ticket agent or write
W. R. TABER, P. &T. A.,
SGreenville, S. C.
The Southern Railway
Premier Carrier of the South.
N. B. The following schedule figures,
arepulisedasinformation arAc are
No. Leaving Eusley Time
.42 F'romi Seneca to Charlotte 8.28 a m
12 - At'anta to Charlotte 1.33 p w
40 - Atlanta to Charlotte 0,25 p m
39 4 Charlotte to Atlanta 12.01 p m
11 " Charlotte to Atlanta 4.00) pm
41: * Charlotte to Atlanta 9.5 pm
29 -Washington to Bham 7 37 am
r :.Stop on signal to receive pas gers
- For complete information writeg
I tobacco .
andy Half-Size *ro
A - -
and G arette
Md.~~ Co. Ed
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"One of the best reasons wla oti4~
without teleph6i srVie," writes a'Geoirar
mer, "is the. pleasure it gives my wife and the
knowledge that while I anm aygshe Las the pro' -.
tection that the telephone giirek ?
On the farnmthe telepNon& dispels lone~ie
and is the.means of bringii iay
gency that may arnse. .
If you haven't a telpone on your fanzin ..
the nearest Bell Telephone Manager or ritf
our free booklet and learn ho~ little ti~e~i.
costs. ... s.
- FARMERS' LINE DEPARTMET~ T,~
SOUTHEN BELL TELEPHONF
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANI
A sack of ou04
wi ll11prove it wo9
derfuily. It willR b
give the. leaves 4
your trees an adi
ational luster. T i
will please .a
g A S018tlI
SAnderson Phosphate & Ol Co.
len you wan -.-~
PICKENS, S. C.
~s \ ARCO URT & CO. LouisvJlU*
2.1NANUFACTURING ENGR~AVEB&S .. ~
Prices Quite as Reasonable as Consisteni with Quality~