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Leave Orders I
* Slips for Al
Plenty of Cabbo
J. N. H AL LM|
LoNt.- Pair dressmakers' steel shears
on Main street. Finder please leave at
Lost-Six-montlis-old black and white
shoat; has swollen right hind leg. Find
er notify Stewart Wakefield at. Pickens
Iardware & Grocery Co.
Notice.--I am still in the photo
graph business. H ave recently bought
a new high grade lens and better pre
pared than ever to give you the very
best work. I will come and make your
picture at your home, school, reunion
or picnic. lrices right. I also enlarge
pictures in different styles. When you
want pictnres made write a card to
James Clements, Pickens, S. C., It. 3.
speein i Offer- -To patients coming
from Pickens county to our Greenville
office for eye work, we refund railroad
fares to the amount of 10 percent. pur
chased A. A. Odom, consulting Opto
metrist Optician, president The Glob
Optical Co., Masonic Temple, Greenville,
FoR, Kiale --Good farm, three milev
above Liberty, two good 5-room houses,
plenty outbuildings, plenty good watei
and wood. E. 0. Gilstrap, Liberty
Route 3. 42
FoR Male -Cash or good paper: I
10-horse steam engine; 1 6-horse gaso
line engine, mounted; I saw-mill;
threshing machine; 1 corn mill; 2 2
horse wagons; 1 organ; I mule and
mare. See A. A. Pace at Ilagood Mill. .1
'reston's Pblaunt%--Send for m
new catalogue. It's free. Fred Al
Preston, Pine Castle Florida. 51
Notice-II. F. MlIauldin has bougli
out the interest of A. If. Taylor in th
firm of the Central Grocery Co. and wvi
still cointinue to run the business u~nde
the samne name. l1. F. Mauldin.
Central, S. C., Feb. 1, 1916. .13
Wannted hlo ('ani. 20 hushelso
running peais. 0. 5. Stewart, P'ickens
Thmose Ilig liargani ns in Coffee
A big peck for $l, anid it's guaramnteet
good aind strong. Over-bought tobacco.
Will get rid of it fast at the cut prices.
in clothing, women's suits amnd childr ien'5
caps- - price them~ in reason and t akt
them. 7 piackage's soda 2rse 10 bars ol
good soap 25e'. Genuine M~luscava'dt
molasses. I t's certainly paying now t<
see T1. 1). liIarris.
A slight but dllatinct earthquake shoek
was felt in Pickens Monday evening
about 6.4~0 o'clock. No damage (lone.
Don't Buy a M
]EXfor~e y'ou dcideC on any wag
built of the best plossible material
.Satisfacetory service for the longest
the niotedlly long life of the ColIn
methods empl oyed in conistructic
* ~ whichi has not been air-dried undei
The axles anid thme spokes of
blhAsters andl sandblloards are oak,
grainied flawless Ipine. These are j
4 tai.i'i to imake this wagon as reli;
u ~ *'; is; unbleatable~ i
ow for Potato
ige Plants Now
Cut Your Store Bill
Down One Half
Tens of thousands of farmers as well as
town and city folks cut down their store
hills one-half last year and saved money
in spite of generally short crops and re
Absolutely millions of dollars were
saved and countless families lived better
ihian ever before in the face of the cotton
crisis and general business depression.
3low were these burdensome store bills
(,tit down? By the real money-saving
ipower of good home gardens, rightly
planted and kept planted and tended
thirough the season.
Hastings 1916 Seed Catalogue tells how
Io cut store bills down; tells about gar
den and farm seeds of kinds and a qual
ity that cannot be bought from your mer
chant or druggist. It's full of garden and
farn information. It's free if you ask
for it. Write for it now. H. G. HASTINGS
CO.. Atlanta, Ga.-(Advt.)
-sa Good One
Subject to being unsold
on arrival we will ofer
one car at $6.40. Better
look after this. .e be
lieve it willi ng$7o
before the daisies bloom.
Morris & Co., ickensSs.c.
We hear that petitions ini bankrupitcy
ha~ve been tiled against Maurice Klein,
who has been operating the old rock
quarry at Beverly, between Easley an<~
Laiberty. Employes of' Klein say he
owes them over $500) and they employed
J1. E. Leach, Esq., of Easley, to look
after their interests. The plant has
been closed dlown.
aigon Until You
Of, examine the Columbus. Strongly
the Cohumbus wvagon gives the miost
per1iod of years. There is no secret in
ubus wvagon. it is the result of the
a. There i no wood in this wvagonI
shelter fromu one to two years.
the wheels are hickory; the bounds,
-nd theo bottomi of the box is straight
:st a few cxalouples of the care which is
Lble as p)ossile. The result is that the
reliabtility andl en~durance. Come ini
nuowv you wvill be pleased.
& Grocery Co.
Chestnut Poles for
A. B. Taylor should
be delivered by or
before March 1.
Capt. J. R. Lathem, a prominent cit
izen of the Mt. Carmel community, was
in town Monday.
Mrs. Finney and family have moved
into the Harris house, recently vacated
by H. A. Nealey and family.
Mrs. Ed G. McDaniel, of Rutherford
county, N. C., is visiting her mother,
Mrs. K. L. Cureton, in Pickens.
Mrs. Alice Cochran of Calhoun has
returned home after a visit to her moth
er, Mrs. Aaron Boggs, in Pickens.
Mrs. R. E. Biggerstaff and little son
William, of Forest City, N. C.. are vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Gary Hiott.
The next lyceum entertainment for
Pickens will be at the school auditorium
Monday night. March 6, and is said to
be a good one.
W. P. Stewurt, district manager of
farm demonstration work, is this week
helping County Agent Bowen with his
work in Pickens county.
Court will convene in Pickens next
Monday, February 28. with Judge Gary
presiding. An extra heavy docket, for
this county, is to be disposed of.
We regret to learn of the impaired
health of Mrs. Aaron Boggs, mother of
our clerk of court. She has been con
fined to her room for a week or so.
The ladies of Pickensenjoyed a silver
tea at the beautiful home of Mr. and
Mrs. C. 13. Hagood Friday afternoon.
The tea was given by the Ladies' Aid
society of the Presbyterian church.
Miss Delia Moore, aged 64 years, died
Sunday at the home of her brother,
J. D. Moore, near Pickens, after an
illness of pneumonia. Her body was
laid to rest at Antioch cemetery Monday.
The Easley correspondent of the
Greenville News says that C. L. Holtz
claw of Easley has entered suit against
the Western Union Telegraph Co. for
$5,000 damages for their failure to de
liver a telegram sent to him February'7.
Pickens township singing convention
will meet with Pickens View church the
fourth Sunday afternoon in February al
2 o'clock. It was stated last week that
the convention would meet at Mountair
View, but this was a mistake. Every
Many Pickens people saw the picture
play. "The Birth of a Nation, " in Green
ville last week. It is a wonderful pic
ture. Tlhe Greenville opera house couk
not acconmmodate the crowds wh icl
wvantedl to attendl, andl the picture wil
be shown there again in April.
Al isses Martha (Cureton und Mdattic
Finley will conduct a millinery shiop in
the store of F'olger. Thornley & Co. this
season andl they are now in the large~
Imarkets selecting spring and summer
millinery for the trade. Tlhese ladies
arme well known here and will no doubt
en joy a large p)atronage.
All Pickens county Methodists are
urged to attend the big mass-meet ing
at Easley Methodist church next Wed
nesday afternoon at 2 o'clocs. Espec
ially so since it develops that it is
doubtful wvhether Bishop Denny will be
able to make an address at Pickens that
night. He and D~r. McMurray both wvill
be at Easley that sfternoon.
Ernest tF olger, popular member of
the firm of Folger, Thornley & Co., has
returned from 'New York and other
northern markets, where he bought
large stocks of new spring and summer
goodsa for this well-known store. Mr.
Folger has been buying goods for the
p~eople of this section for many years
and he knows exactly what they want,
and being well acquaintad with the
markets he knows just where to get the
'right goods at the best prices. A storc
and~ buyer like this is worth a lot to any
Alonz~o Smith, son of Mr's. H1. W.
Smith, (lied at his home near Six Mile,
Februaryl18,- after a few days illness of
pneumonia. He was twenty years old
andl a splendid young man, loved by all
wvho knew him, lie leaves a mother,
four sisters and one brother, besidem
malny friends and relatives to mourra
his dleath. Rev. M. J. Stansiell con
dluctedl the funeral services after whici
the body was laid to rest in Ruhamal
cemetery. May God bless the bereaves
F. H1. Trammiell has opened Tram.
mell's Music Palace here as a branch ol
the T. R. Watkins Kimball Piano Co.,
anid is doing a good business from th<
the start. The new place of busines
is in the building with Waldrop's jew
elry shop. Mr. Tlrammell has in stoec<
nbow pianhos, organs, grafanolas, records,
mursic, etc., and is adding to the stoel<
every day. The p~eople are buying him
gratanolas so fast he says it is hard te
keep a stock on hand. Watch for the
advertisemnent of Tframmell's Music
Palace next week.
Best by Te:
Make a Fertilizer
Wherever fertilizers are 1
acme of perfection in plant foo(
menting which so often results ir
Swift's name on your fert]
they get 15 to 50 pounds more 11
more cotton per acre equals $9.0
15 pounds more cotton p
fertilizer covers five acres whic1
is worth $9.00 more per ton thar
Swift's Red Steer Animal Amn
Rooms 206-7 LattE
Below are listed some real es
tate bargains which should not.
be o% erlooked by those who are
thinking of buying real estate
in this section, for we are able
to offer this property, now at less
than its real value. Everything
guaranteed as represented or a
TIR.ACT No. I -Situi Led ha Oonee count oity, l
Cravein' cee, eeh eitc tining 5' uere: piubile
rmid rtiuning thuiiih this joroperty: vonetains
chot in~ neres oftI:atcin Ianid notl good uiphueid:
Salc~ein: deir bile fori lfaruing and hacs spleif(il~
paIirei':i~ I tnnete haeiiis ol ithis peropeirty:
gie tly ientirinn-t e nn bei CO tt1 iti ted.e Thie iLet
ieiimt ni ihis jer ice. 8l!n 1).
TI'I.\t:'T N.\'.\ iine~ fa ran1. ieil i sire il'
garei 4riv er e reek but Ltm- net goodI etats:
iie dwellimer hiee lin extr barn i i uei iet Iwo
geeetl eiiuint hotu *e': :ic00I pietbl iii roa ulins
t hrmuighi pice nuietl it in: ! d ly mi!;i' ini '.ight if
mitles brin hitlem. Thi! tproleirt y Innniot he
reconnende 100highly. Price .Win tiu
ens1h aied baiee i eight yient
It~.\ CT Nio. :t--T'oliget fa rm, I; ju .iniis bve
Wa iilhailini cone *'ahieir's \'alley ro ad (goode atL.
mobclile roead): :15:1 nere. in treet. .some of it good
timiber' landh ;on thtis property Is .'Iitated a gris't
imil, I. .'a:risie 1I|-roomii hianite andi guood onitbnih1
hngs: itu ideai pincee for ai '.enmmer reesort; oh
lng to die hti e.:o 11( and oen upJ biuines. This1 ls
the beu.ti mumer resoc I peropostlin in the tilp.
cuntelry andetI' ii irea batrgn in. Pricet, 485.
T'it. Noe. 4- :*.N9 eerein i Oeoinee countiy,
timbecered liande, I mile above 'Tun tiice 11 one the
Ii ighlaniidtt rond. Prihee, *It050 entuh.
T'I.\CTi N m. ?>-'?47 neirese tunbere'id ee ed in
theuc liOlands ron.c lee, 't'e000 e 11n 1 h. i
TliIA At'T No. ti - :10 nere. oif ( et a ln I iimbeed
lanid inc Ocienee county, ;1 rniles a'bove T mu.et
11111 o lionb~~ie~lie Sprting ronil Price. $11(ift
it.\('T No. 7 -Wmewcs tine tiiberedl lnd i.
C hanttga ereek. PrIce, *l650 i'nsh.
TI'.\CTi No4. m-lionthe iad liot ofi 4 ner ecncn
depao in ticwn ofr W iahll. P'ri'e, er
I\'T L No. is-liouse anid lot oef 1 neesc on
.\enin at reet im Lown ofl Walbailbc: miost decsirnble
place ini tocwn. t'riee, S38010 ensh.
TI'.\ (.TI No. lit. 80 lin two miles of' Sialem, 8
C. Godci 'l-rofoin hencise, good wveli of waiter
barnc, eornierlb, etc. l ifteni neres in tultlvn
tion;i in good settlemenoit, tiiceient to) church,
ce and school; thilckly tettled aell neround. Price
$1500: li000 caih ancd balance oii 4 yeac ra' tme, if
desired, cit 84 per centi Interest. (One ofl iest
lo.' further iformcation and parieart. nlI
.5. ii. Wi I0i NG'TON, 3'alemu .~ I'.
All inqirjies Iven p.11rompijt aittentioi.
Porter's Barber Shop
Next Door to Keowee Bank
Pickens, S. C.
The place to get your barber
work cdone if you want it right
Shaviing. h Ihi itz. Shamoinejciig. ltien'nginig
slingemtg, 'etc.. doeei by hn:c bier whoie k n tec lheir
fviamr liigi Ix ip'iinity G'e attten!
1.verthils l~trem ly a ilar
With Blood, Bone and Tankage From
Our Packing Plants.
st-Tested by The Best
amous by Their Farnous Results.
Investment- Not a Fertilizer Experiment.
ised Swift's Fertilizer and Fertilizer Materials are known as the
I carriers, assuring an absolute satisfaction without costly experi
i absolute failure.
lizer package is crop assurance. So many Swift customers insis.
nt cotton per acre than from the next best brand. Fifteen pounds
) per ton more profit from the fertilizer used. This is the way it
er acre at 12c equals $1.80, the extra profit per acre. One ton oC
equals $9.00 more profit per.ton, In other words, Swift's Fer- er
the next best brand. Figure it out yourself. Insist on getting
oniated Fertilizers from your deber and secure the most net proit.
tment for North and South Carolina
t Arcade Charlotte, North Carolina
rnley & Co., Agents, Pickens
The Workingman's Friend
We are selling The Finck Line,
that. wears .like -a pig's-ose.
complete stock now on hand. Call
and inspect them. They please
line is so grand that we want to
keep on calling your attention to
it. Most all sizes and styles kept
on hand. Try them once-you
will always call for them.
CRAIG BROS. COMPANY
NH IGHEST PRICESI
Bring on your produce and get E
n~ the highest market price. I am n
9 paying 14c per lb. cash or 15c per u
mlb. in trade for hams under 251ls M
S$1.50 per bushel for Multiplying M
In order to make room for my Spring Goods, I M
will nmake special prices on Ready-to-Wear Clothing, M
and W~oolen Goods that have been Soc will now go M
I at 45c per yard.
Toile du Nord Ginghams at i2C per yard..
Pacibe Mills Percales at i2C per yard.
Galateas at ioc, i2frc and 15c per yard.
I still have a large qjuantity of 5C Sheeting.
All custo~ners who are holding coupons will please M
return them to my store by the first of February.
I am still paying r oc per pound for hens.
S Your patronage will be appreciatedi.___
Mf. HENDICKS E