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CALLS WILL BE
IMM AT ROMWS oursel
APPOINTMENT *" '
J. N. HALLIJ
Who Need Glasses
Railroad fare paid one way to our
Pickens Connty Patients
Who Purchase Glassies.
Eyes examined by specialists and
glasses made while you wait.
Kodak Films Developed by
The Globe Optical
A. A. Opoli, A. ;. S ..
President, Secy & 'SA*.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Notice to Debtors and Credito
All persons holding clainis against t
Ostate of the late Sallie Marie Grice nt
present the same, duly proven,
or before (lie 23d day of March, 19l
or bo debarred payment; and l pe
sions iidebted to said estate must mat
payment on or be fore the above date
the undersigned. M ..ii. S HIItHnn.
BEGINNING March ist 1
Black, Spanish, Scarlet,I
WVill buyl~ them off wag
WValhalla where I keeCp inlsp
Price First Cla
Price SecondI 4
Price Thid CI
A LL TIES TO BE
First Class to be 7x
Second Class 7x7
Third Class to be 6:
Standard White, Post and Ci
*60 Cents. Secor
9 9 S
f SPECIALIST S
,l, be in Pickens all iext Teek
jd wye are pleased to an111eO f4
he is considered the best in her a
i the United States. w deem ti
vos Oxceedingly oI' rt unate inl 3
ng her services f"nr oul 8ieluls +
-kens conlity un cordially in
I ladies of the county to call att e
o1re dturing her stay with us. d
e will bv given free to any lady g
X to care for her gelera I health t]
I as hlr. COMplexion.
M, Prop. & Mgr.
e No. 8
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By .. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
W'hweias, I. W. Hendricks made suit to
ie to grant him letters of administra
tion with the. will annexed of the estate
and e ffects of Anthony Griffin, deoeased.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
crelitors of the said Anthony Griffin,
deceased, that they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Pickens, $. C., on the 7th day
of March, 1918, next after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 13th
day of February, 1918, the 142nd year of
J. B. NEWBERY. (Seal)
43 1J. P. 11. C.
State of SoutLh Gaolina,
County of Piekens.
Sy J. B. Newbery, Esq., Pobute Judge.
Whereas,G. B. Iailtonwdesuit to
me to.grantbim letters tfadn*%1etiaton
of the estate sid effects of aMrs. Emily
These are tberefore, to cite and ad
monish all and s' ular the kindred and
creditors of the said-Mrs. FAnlly ES. Miller
deceased, that they be and appearbefore
me, in the Court of Probate, to be heJd
rs at Pickena Court House, S. C., on the
e 6th day of March, 191S, next. after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
-st forenoon, to show cause, jf any tbey
n have, why the said administration should
not be granted.
SGiven under my hand and seal, this
r- 20th day of March, 191b, in the 142
year of our Indeperce.
0 .1I. 13. Nauwwut,
.ludge of P'rlobate, Pikens Co)unty,
will buy hlewed~ or saw~ed Red, I
ss . . 50c
liass . . 40c
ass . . 30c
8 1-2 FEET LONG
8 in. 8 1-2 Feet Lonfg
in. 8 1-2 Feet Long I
a in.8 I-2Feet Long
lesnut Oak. Price First Class r
id Class 45 Cents.
til G ll'Oll121
ALE OF RE &59 CHRIST.
MAS SEXga J$WdENS CO.
The sale of Red* Cross Christmas
eals in South Carolina has been a
rent success. Reports are not all in
3 yet, but those received so far
low a sale of 850,000. It is thought
ie number will reach 900,000 when
il reports are in. Mad it not been
)r the weather conditions the sale
ould have exceeded 1,000,000. 11,
01 seals were sold in Pickens coun
r as follows: Easley, 5,412; Cen
al, 1,900; Pickens, 1,837; Liberty,
,110- Norris, 577; Easley R. F. D.
00. i'his means that Pickens coun
' has contributed $118.91 for the
tudy and prevention of tuberculo
Mrs. Robert _Jendricks, of Pick
nspent last week in the city with
Irs. . L. Bolt. She gave a series of
emonstrations to the local chapter
f Red Cross on the subject of sur
ical dressings. The course required
bout thirty hours and rnore than
iirty ladies took the .course.--Eas
PICKENS SCHOOL NEWS
(From 'rTe Eagle.)
--The1 Paent-Tleacher's asso
at ion expects to organize soon.
Miss Dessic Few sI.ent last
NA1ek -endl at her home in Martin.
S-M iss Lucile McClanahan
en tI last Saturday in Greenville
-Mr. Charles Cobb, of Easley,
;pOit Frilay afternoon at the
-lliss Pearl Hiester. of the
eniith grade. is visiting rehlt is
,n Atlanta. Ga.
--Ali 111Uslial IInilioe (If V iq
[tors attenuded the inleetin of til .
literary societ y Frida v.
-Dwight Aitawa,1 staltionl!!
at Camp Sevier, visit ( I t i -
-Mrli. Int l'w. statioinl .i
CaIIup J ackisont . visited his sis tr.
Miss l)essin Pew last week
Miss Faus Mauldi. mnlwr
of the third an( oiur grades.
Speilt last, weekelul aft lhr boiw
-Miss AIes dens, of aX
I ''Y. form1erly a lin ji (f t h is
school. was a r'ceit visitoir a
the literary societ v.
-hihThe boys and girls of t w
high school gave Miss Flov
Herfdelfal)easant suriprise lart ,\
last. Wednethsday eveni.19
--Procf. H~ailuti dismissed the
schoo1 Friday morning to al-tend
the funeral of Mr. B. F. Parsons.
a former tesident, of Pickens.
--Several girls and boys of I he
high 60ooo, accoinpanied by a
few visitors, V;joYed a hike to
Glassy mounjtainl 1ast Friday.
-Milledge (riflin, the assist
ant BoY Scout leader. hab been I
drilling the scouts for the past
few days ol the schotl grounds.
--Miss Mar~V Majors. of Pied
1nont. visited at the home)0 ofq
Miss Olive Nealv' n'ot, long ago,
and attended (1hap10l e.xeri.se1s
-MNr. ('arson II tdge~s. t eaer
li 011e of 1 the olumnbia hiigh
wehools, visi ted ihe school whIi le
here last. week oni a visit to his
parents. Iliev. ;nnd Mr's. I'. TI.
----iss G.enevai l''inley. a fo
liter ptinpl of l~'kwils hig.h~ s''in oti.
(Calo~P * Seiir. Tliwuv sne ni'w
,visit inig his, rela Ii ives ini \M an phi
W Il.1 ' 4eer ',S 'Ik i 'i . u- Seti , 'i - t
Fc ot' y leitL I rot' b nyl o w h l iegn t'
waon rin good. rai i i. 1 :l . .\ 'ii' e
H.cke. g .
iw itit 'I gahiis setr il n t fo l d
~t (ion. wrledo Fla 'ei igMrh-1 n
vou1 are invitedlI toall or1 have her call
u. you anid get tihe benetit of her k nowi
nige t ree. P ickens~ D rug .
For11 Items I haetwo erops to rent,
toek i f des'~iredQ. .\'. .l \'el~ born. ph m in
0:., P ick ens, S. t' fora
Forii Male One Sx10i steamn engine
or* cash or' will trades for l-'orl touring I lt
'ar. A. .1. E-ske'w. C:entral, S. i. .:
For)I Stale. ( ;ood hay nr.ith
,(il0i POunlds, woirk mnm her i-. . .T
has taini, P ickene~ , !: . e
MIoiie' ts Iaoni on :i l 1: F t. I iar
- . .u .: . a t rn : . ' h ne -l a
unt o t e f r I3'm rm t 1:- o
* - p. Er(' th . v th
i li.,n Fortiml'
Big sucMEL Flgrmers
Men who know how to figure to their best
advantage, have booked large orders for
MI AN U R E
THE MEM\M57 FERTILIZER
Study these facts carefully and you will see where
it is to your advantage to follow their examples
A 41018*fM We will be glad to make credit
a rrangements with responsible par
of the cost of plant food in com- ties, or we will accept wood in ex
m ercial fertilizer and manure. change for manure. Wood to be
delivered during t he s um m er
BASIC PRICE PER UNIT We specialize on car lot shipments.
Cars average 33 tons. B3uy a ear'
Acid $1.25 in conjunction with your neighbor
Ammonia 7.00 and save freight.
P~otash .. .00
Potah - . (i0() Right niow is the time to use
COMMECIAL ERTILZER anure. Write us today if you
are rnteres :ecl in lprompt. (del ivery.
Analysis We already have numerous orders
8-3- cot pr to $3()~ booked for promp~t shipmient, but
8-3-0 cost per tonl $;37.0 0
181_31 3)costper oll 4.00 will use our best efforts to mlake
8-3-3 cost per ton 4.00 elery in accordance with our
10-2-(0 cost per ton . 30.00 instructions.
MANURE FRON CAMP JACKSON Slipnient Made From Either Poit
Analysis CAMP JACKSON
Acid, 0.45 at $1.25 . 56 Columbia, S. C.
Ammonia, 0.68 at $7.00 4.76
Potash, 0.58 at $6.00 3.48
$8.80 Spar anburg, S. C.
Actual Worth of Manure Based on Commercial Fertilizer
OUR PRICE LESS THAN HALF THAT
SOME LARGE ORDERS BOOKED RECENTLY
skittowe Wannuainaker. St. Matt bwv s, a car a day unitil fit i-.t niotice.
JuliuS I . Joh ,4, C har ston.................................................. 500 t n~ -
J. H1. f ydrick , O r'angebur. ................................. ........ ........ 500 toll
Nathan Evans. Marion................. .... .......................... 100 cars
A. t. Gonzales. Co lmbia.................................. .500 ts
A. B. (ross, Gross Stat ion .......................................... .400 tons
L. 1). Ji nt11 I. S t i ...................... ..............000 iS
M. V. R thId, itesh r. . ................ ............. .000 ri
And 111,111hY r Irert fr m larglf-rm0-1ra1or wh11.
Make arringements with Us now fo1r immediate
a N well as summer delivery.
Agents Wanted in Unoccupied Territory
POW L E 90.
Columbia, South Carolina
or Sa le!.PORKNS HOG FARM
cetyline Gas Plant
odena wlilt PICKENS
at l joo ho. ( 'helap. J
tilt I() st (11a , '.'01tW Id, aa 4.
il v beintg inst :uIb~et
ph RamJseur, Caentral, S. C.l
Notice of Forfeiture.
eMille. tpe Jese Boart tw yer oldj g 4XP~~
two (W 1;et! 15irness and (2) Lap- -*
having been-1 s(ie frm,1m1sS
We J. ilon. for service. Can be seen at
(W , 14dl i t II ( ) I I1 i ,i
h ime F. ).tonroe for u violationu of **:
!I- :Irf. .oa~ ' S. PORTER'S
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