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Running. Will make more )eanis to amjounjjt, o)f land than
any other you can plant. A little work to sti k them, but
it will pay you.
15c a pint; 25c a quart
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
- The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLVfM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
Fine Price For Cotton i
H '. HACIMAN & COM1PANY, Cotton Merchants in New York,
S saiy the ndientions are Cotton will sell for a fine price for the
next two years ait least, so you want to make all the cotton
you can on t lie land you have in cotton while the price is good. These
line prices will not last always. Cortn is also a proitable crop at pres
ent prices and may become more profitable on account of the high
price of all foodstuffs. Labor is too scarce and the spring was too
late to increase your acreage much, but you can increase your crop by
increasing your fertilizer and by side-dressing liberally, and that is by
far the cheapest way to increase your crop. Fertilizer has advanced
less than any commodity a farmer uses, and fertilizer used in side
dressng cotton and corn pays better than any fertilizer used, because
the growing (rop gets it all. We are making a magnificent high-grade
tertilizer, heavily charged with soda to give quick action, as the busi
of this crop requireth haste. We sell this goods at $41.00 per ton at
Anderson and $41.0 when it is shipped away from Anderson. One
sack of this, costing you $4.10 or $4.15, applied to the acre of cotton,
will increase the money yield of your crop more than $10 an acre, and
good farniers say that side-dressing pays better on corn than it does
on anything. But it should be applied early, not later than June 15,'
We don't advocate the use of this goods too late, as it keeps the
cotton growing so long it will not mature and open in time. Applied
at any time between May 25 and June 25 and it will pay better than
any ferilizer you use. You only make one crop a year. Feed it and
nurse it and make a good one-it pays. You-feed your mule more than
once during the crop season; feed your crop as often as it needs it. It
stands dry weather better, because it is better fed. You and the
handa on your place and every head of stock-horses, mules, hogs and
cow- - - stand adverse conditions better if well fed. Your crop
Bu'. b- sure to feed your crop the second time by June 15. Your
cotton will make a better staple. You will get a better "turn out"
at the gin, as it makos more lint to the seed and the seed will pay for
the fertilizer. Experienced ginners will tell you that 1,300 pounds ot
seed cotton that has been side-dressed will turn out as heavy a bale ais
1,60 piounds that ha~s tnot been side-dressed.
There is more lint to the seed. But apply not later than .June 15.
Labor is too searc and the season too late to increase your acreage,
but you can incre'ase your cop by increasing your fertilizer. It should
be rich in nitrogen for quick action. And quick action is needed.
Side-dresis liberally and apply .'arly. It will pay from $2.60 to $4.00
f or 'eer dollar it cstt. -_____
Anderson Phosphate and OilI
Company, Anderson, S. C.
Party Line Courtesy
.Ihe quality of service on a party line
is largely dependent uponl the co-opera
tion of the subscribers on that line.
No sub'scriber should use a party line
for long periods of time, to the total ex
clusion of others.
When a party line is found to be in
ue ans up your receiver immediately.
Whl i . f the hook conversation is
Each neighbor on a party line is en
titled to a reasonable use of the telephone
service, and, should not be interrupted or
have the privacy of his conversation inter
The Golden Rule -ple wihpatc
ular force to party line telephone service.
Wh'bn you Telephone-Smnile
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
SAND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
"My Country 'TI, of The, Sweet Land
Mrm. B. C. Robinson visited relativeE
in Greenville last week.
Wayne F. Mauldin spent a day in An
derson on business last week.
Dr J. L. Bolt and Rev. H. K. Wil
liams of Kasley were here a short timc
Miss Henrietta Yongue has been sur
fering from tonsilitis several days, bul
Probate Judge Newbery has been very
sick for several days and is confined t<
We would be glad if our friends woulk
mail or phone us any news Item they
We are glad to report that Mrs. A. S.
Porter is able to be up again, after a
John Childress has started up the olk
Clements mill near Pickens and is now
Mrs. Clement Kelly of Central spent
Sunday in l'ickens at the home of her
father, T. 1). Harris.
.Johnii .Julianlof the Cross Roads section
is on an extended visit to his son. .1 M.
Julian, near Oxford, Ark.
Mrs. 1). F. Bradley has returned to
her home in Easley after a visit to
Mrs. Florence Gritlin in Pickens.
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Mack
Sentell died last Wednesday of menin
gitis at their home near Proters church.
Dr. Abernethy and Ahno Chapman of
Liberty came up to Pickens last Friday
night and were made Royal Arch Masons.
John F. Corbin, an Oconee boy who
graduated at Six Mile Academy in this
county last month, has joined the U. S.
Wade 11. Chastain has returned home
after a business trip thru parts of Ala
bama and Mississippi in the interest of
the Carolina Timber Co.
The Confederate veterans of Easley
enjoyed a dinner given by the Easle3
Chapter U. D. C. at the home of Capt
B. C. .Johnson last Thursday.
Charlie Bowen and family and M1r
and Mrs. T. M. Norris of Central spen
Sunday in Pickens with Mr. Bowen'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowen.
Polarine Oil, 50c a gallon. We hav<
just added this high-grade lubricatinj
and cylinder oil to our line and will b.
glad to furnish you. Pick en Drug Co
IBlacksmigh Cagle, who is employe.
at Hughes' shop in Pickens, was calle.
to his home in Waynesville, N. C., las
week on account of a serious injury tA
hi:.fLouer. Davis, efhicient telephon
operator at Pick ens, has returned homn
after a visit to Mr. Davis, who is a
present employed in carpenter work a
Automobile owners will be intereste
to know that blanks for registerin;
their cars may be had at the clerk o
court's oflice. All automobiles have
be registered before July 1.
The one-eent sale conducted by th
Pickens D~rug Co. last week was a su<
cess in every particular, altho it wva
impossible to get a full line of theusus
articles owing to the high price an
scarcity of some drugs.
Rev. Mr. Willis, pastor of the Norri
Baptist church, and Rev. D.M.Ramsay
pastor of the Pickens church, exchange
p~ulpits Sunday morning, D~r. Rams
preaching the sermon to the graduatin
class of the Norris school.
an operation at the Greenville hospita1
and we understand that his cofllitioni
greatly. improved. This will be goo
news t4 his many friends.
.L. HI. Craig, a wvell-known and popt
lar traveling man of Greenville and
native of Pickcens county, was elected
v'ice-presidlent of the State Travelern
Protective association at the conventio
held at Anderson last week.
We regret exceedingly to chronici
the serious illness of Mrs. Mary E. A
exander at her home in Pickens. Sh
ha been very sick for several days ani
little hope is entertained of her recos
ery. Tho Mrs. Alexander has been a
invalid formany years, heraweet, sunn
disposition has continually made for he
friends, who learn of her condition wit
a pang of sorrow. We join with nure
brOUs other friends in hoping that sh
may yet be bestored to her kealth
Preaiton'N I'IanftM--Sweet Pota
toes, $2.50; Tomatoes, $1.50 and $2.60
er1000Trlted Plants, $1.00 per
1.rce list. Fred M. Prstn
Orlando, Florida. 5
For Male-3 milk cows. W. E'. E4denls,
Jr., Piekens R4.3
AI" Pieron are' notified not to
trespass on my land to hunt and fish
under penalty of the its.
J. 110111 'I A lTN. .1 NO. U. 11IMNRfY.
General Practice of Law,
Jr EEiNVILE, . C.
t iD OS r. Hroni and Min Sis. Pohont 40
V. . V. COLLINS
Licensed Vetorillary Srgeon
PHONE NO. 145
EALVEY, SOUTI CAROLINA
J...-5eS WAIN SAM 11. CI1AI(
oreenv ille, e.(* i1ekeni, S. C.
McSwain & Craig
PI actice in State and Federal Courts
Greewnville 0111ce Phone 210
cick1n4 Office Phone :9
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Nothing chelhiap, but~ (conie ini
anL we will be glad to talk it
OVUl' Witil t oll.
Morris & Company,
Phone No. 36-Use It
We are now
::values in Ladie
jhundred to clos
~1 lot Trimmed I
S1 lot Ladies' He
See the <
Big Line of
The Paper the Pl
For 13 ears
we have been selling "NUNNALLY'S FINE
CANDY. If there is any better we would
have changed. Fine for commencement.
DRINK AT OUR FOUNTAIN.
Nunnally's' always fresh by express.
Sent anywhere by parcel post.
Nyal Quality store
R. E. Lewis, Ph. G., Prop.
IT'S FLY TIME
and those who are really "fly "
* themselves will hasten to put -
in the screen doors as a pro- of
tection to the-home. Flies are
not only annoying, but danger
ous, because germ - bearing.
-Keei them out of the house by -
buying screens for your doors
and windows. We have them
in great vniety, adjustabl- to
required size, and very reason
able in price.
Pickens Hardware & Grocery
in position to offer some very good
;Trimmed Hats. We have several
3 out at
the Regular Price
fail to come and see these.
Hiats, formerly priced at $4.00, now ~
Lts, formerly sold for $5.00, now
:ther Hats that we have for
Sc and $1.48 .
Children's Hats to go at .50 cents
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