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. R. Marbin t J: I. Earle
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
MARTIN & "!ARLE
Practicdj All. Courts
Pickens 0c0 n Court House.
Greenville Office opposite Postoafce,
f J. Mewalin - Sam B Craig
.reenville, S. C. Pickens 8. 0
McSWAIN & CRAIG
Setide ; n S ;
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FOR SAL Fine lhrysinthenium
* !ants, now ready. Very best varie
s:.--White, Pink, Yellow and Red.
4.00 kr doz. Mrs. R. R. Roark.
We have 100 tons of nitrate of
ieda on ,iand for male for cash only.
?9rices right. J. D. Holder & Son,
>4ekens, S. C. St
C. L. DEAN
Surveyor and Civil Engineer
Seneca, S. C.
arm Loan Act Decided Constitu.
tional. Get a Government Loan.
1 can handle a few more orders for
ttting eggs from my 265 to 300 egg
-Train White Leghorns. They aver
reed 14 eggs for January, as 9
:Months old pullets. A. P. Hammond,
Duroc stock hog for service at
lake Porter's, near Garrett's stor!,
in Pickens Rt. 2. 4t
DR. J. L. AIISEN
4 Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C.
The wise fariger will buy his
Campbell & Sloan and 'raise more c
Universal Distributors at $8.0
.is low as $1.50 -each.
Big Tooth Harrows, two kind,
Yes, I should say so. The V
good. We have them. Repairs tLoo.
It pays to trade wvith the
If You I
you will lose more tha
You will harm'yourse]
any one else and you
wwho does use it.
It will certainly
9 . Fish Guano. It'is me
.W. F. FAR
M.C. SMtTH, Ag4
- T4II PICK~s RAI
Supersede. * e ule No. 18.....Effect
7 2 Dist. Lv. PSck
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7:6am 12:86 983
. Traing No. 2 and 4 cneot Mtt'p
~ L P. CAR
~ ~*j 9t fpr tto e 1e
P ekene, 'S. -C
" ASQLINE SSTEMBS
Oil, Ttik hland Pumps, Air Compress
*ora.Computing Scales, how Cases,
Ae ornt Registers, Floor Scales, Re
.built, 'Cash Registers, Safes, Store
THE H AMIL'iON SA LES CO.
olumbia, S. C.
Ijtu are thinking of buying any
Oihfl;n the Jewery ine, it will pay
ou Co tne i and let us show you
wh at we have. We have most grades
.I; SOUTH BEND, ELGIN, and WAL
TqHAM WATCHES, all sizes, 'n solid
G;Od. Gold fillied and nickle cases. A
'. line of Braclet Watches Just re.
etrired. Also, a bi, line of Clocks and
they are beauties. Silver ware in sota
an. odd pieces. Cut Gass and China
Anyth'ing in Jewery we have it. Come
in and let us show you over our line.
W.. are always glad to do so.
J lile and Oicanetrist
EASLEY, S. C.
GET BUSY, keep busy. Is your
job unsafe? Is it permanent? You
want a life-long business. You can
get into such a business, selling more
than 187 Watkins products direct to
farmers if you own auto or team or
can get one; if you are under 50 and
can. giv bond with personal sureties.
We back you with big selling helps;
52 years - in business; 20,000,000
users of our products. Write for in
formation where you can get terri
tory. J. R. Watkins Co., Depart
ment 111, Winona, Minn. 4t
futivators this year for $.00 each of
orn. Cole Distributors $8.50 instead
D; old style Planters and Distributors
to choose from.
i~ar n usiness;ve 20,000,000
formatoe where you cwill eri
toy J.Ri atin Co n ., eat
met1, iens, Mi. C.
uiveFbrury 7thya for1 12:00 each of
ohr. Cl Ditrbuor a$m850 nsea
?arsodste P 9:ter a Distributorm
tochos Son .
fdenre thl anagwil
g ns county for Chu angxi
ter of Judge Newbey deceased,
and respectfully ask the suffrags of
the voters in the gederal election to
be held March 22, 1921. '
Mrs. 'Lena Stewart' Cox.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of Probate Judge
for Pickens county In the general
sleetion to be held March 92, 1921.
-. A. S. Porter.
N. A. Christopher is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for Probate
Judge of Pickens county in the gen
oral election to be held March 22,
1921, to fill the unexpired term of
J. B. Newbery, deceased.
I hereby nnnounc3 myself a can
didate for the office of Probate. Judge
for Piekens county in -the general
lection to be held March 22, 1921.
R. A. Hudson.
HONOR ROLL SIX MILE SCHOOL.
First grade: Mattie Marck, Eula
Advanced first grade: Gertrude
Willimon, Paul Willimon.
Second grade: Flossie Duncan,
Garffi Willimon, Wayne Garrett, Le
roy Parrott, Luther Willimon, Mae
Third grade: Glim Childs, Ester
Evans, Lloyd Bruckey, Charlie
Rruckey, Furman Stewart. Inola
Willimon, Frank Roper, Ollie Steph
Fourth grade: - Corrie Belle Alex
andsr, Lola Mae Moore, Geneva
Stewart, Cecil Kelly, Annie Steph
Fifth grade: Dennis Garrett,
George Childs, Carlyle Parrott, Rosa
Sixth grade: Mickler Lusk, Er
nest Garrett, Claude Evans.
:1 venth grade: Myrtle Moore,
Teachers: J. Mace Holliday, Pau
NOTICE TO PAYERS OF
The present term of the City Coun
cil of;j kens will expire on the 12th
;ay4gApril, 1921, at which
want:6 - make our final stat.
cehcergi g the financial conditid
the city. In order to g.t this
Ji'latrnged it will be necessa
ato doing business . H
Cityt' ?1ay their license on
the second day of April.
be nt'cessary that al
their street tax on or
above given. -.
I have been directed ..
Council to enforc2 all of these -
lections and take htis mdthcd o'
ing the citiz.ens notice in dluetd
Than kni you for con) lyinlg
the ab~ove request, I iAm,"
tours v~erb truly,
Sam B. Craig, Mayor.
NO'IICE OF ELECTION FOR THE
CITY OF PFC'KENS. .
At a regular meeting of th ty
Council held on the 21st day o'.
'uary A . D., 1921, an electio a
ordered to be hela in said City ' e
12th dlay of April, 1921, po? o
open at 8 a. mn. and close at 4 p. ii.
At tlyis election the Miayor and six
aldermen are to be eledted, also one
Commissioner of Public W~orks to
tke the place of Mr. W. E. Findley
whose .terin expires on ,the above
It will be necessary to secure city
'egistration certificate from W. L.
Mlathany, City Cleik,. on or before
Saturday, April 2, 1921. The. city
registration cei-tificate can be receiv
ed from''Mr. Matheny at his office- in
the court house any day from this
'notide 'until Saturday, April'2.
All persons who r'eside within -the
Incorporate limits .sof tha City of
ickiis, S. C., and hold registration
ceitificates from .the County Board
of Registration are entitled to a city
registration certificate from W. .L.
Matheh~t Clerk of the -City' hduncil.
This. the 21st day of February,
Sam B.: Craig, Mayor.
W.. L, Matheney, .
Cletk for City of Pick~ens. .
- . . 4wks
* Cards of. Thanks,iP~.gny Ads,
anMd all s!Atter of likfecharaeter *
are ch.a4s for at th's tate '
* 1. p oidite5 k lways Luin ad
*enee oy. 4 trords d
*make yon,. reettunnekt yee
L4 C Peer' 'MI tk'
o and -"SPil.9?V
1 ad*I..t a Blood .Tonic.
GUDE'8 PEPTQ.MANGAN IS BEST
Makes :i43h Red Blood-Renews Vi
tlity'and Increases Body's Re.
- sistance to Disease.
Spring is the time when good blood
is so,vital to health. If you do not
feel the thrill of Spring in your
blood,- if you take. no pleasure in liv
ing, if your ap#4tite is poor, your
complexion pallid or muddy, and you
tire easily, you can be pretty sure
your blood is not up to the mark.
So many feel that way in the Spring.
Especially housewives who have so
much work . to do. They get over
tired- and run-dowzi---their blood be
comes weak and thin.
Build up your lealth now by tok
ing that splendid Spring blood tonic,
Gude's Pepto-Mangan. It will give
vital power to the red corpuscles in
your blood. They will go racing
through your blood, carrying fresh
supplies of oxygen to all the tiny
cells. It will help improve your
-olor and your' ap;t't:-.. You'll take
more interest in , things and enjoy
life more. You will stip going
Around with that tired, all-gone feel
Physicians have prescribed Gude's
'epto-Mangan for thirty years. You
in git it oJ your druggist's in either
.ab1t or liquid form. Take which
aver you prefer. 'They have the
a:imemnedicinal value. Get the genu
a.-- - vertisenlint.
Renew your health
by purifying your
and delightful re
-" an4 atom and
Million Pack Of
*We believe in flowers around t'
homes of the. oj i. Flowers brighten
up Mie. #btmee ino adings and give
p1 ile on tQ.those, who
. i an~9 a m4v ln to
2. utiful yet
ou iers I. ng -for- the
beau. of .theij omes,
We n't ' you '91ike to" hse five
packets of beautiful flowers free?
YOU CAN G1DT 'TiDM! Hastings'
1921 catalog is a 116'page handsomely
illustrated seed book with . twenty
beautiful pages showving the finest va
rieties inc their true natural coloits.,
It is full~ of helpful gardentfloer'fand
farm information that- is needed .in
every home, .and, too, the catalog' tells
you how to got those tJewer'seedsa.ab
solutoly free. ' ' ' - '" =
Write for Trinri921 ca'talay now? It
is the fineht~ nost valuable~ and. behu.
tiful seed book ever published, and
you will be mighty glad you've got,,It.
There is n io obligat ion to buy ay
thing. Just aa~k tor the~ catalog.
H. G. HA AS'ilNGS CO., SE EDSMtI,
ATL.AN TA, GA.
GU- ESSI'NG CoNT1
STARTS SATURDAY, MARCH 1 X9" j
ENDS SATURDAY, MAR OH.2 '192.
.,"How Many Saw Teeth in ourWno
Youdont have'to,bti a gto rlake
e . O g s oy mnay be, nsyhe
son. For further : articul 1 ourw
oloSecial prices on tools, dung contest t
On the opening "and Hig day only, of
guessing contest we offers per cent discountal sto Sm nsNadAksadOt
makes of "Hand. Sa Ys and Cross Cut Saws.'a.
the other daya. tffe contest we only offer "10 p a
cent off ch al~l Hand Saws or Cross Cut Saws.
The carpenter,. machinist ana farmer shou 2,
buy his supyyear's supply now.
We will give a 10 per cent discount on as
or all of the following tools which are purchas ba
d u rin g th e con test: Rues Ex a so n xe so u e s
Glass Cutters. nes
Bevels. STRA MACH 9
Auger Bits in Sets.Teeth i o:Wde w?
Try Squares. Auge Bits. b tr.
Corner B races.S o f uithsr rc eo.
Leatier Punches. wetomatic Spren Dis 8
Machinists' Hammers. anA ksa o 8
Nail Hammers. - HdvaCss
H Hatchedts. o e oestnweo f
g Hatchets. eh a armer s an
er's Hammers. Supply no
Is. Ca aces
Mortise Gages. f i l wich repchas.
Baby Drawing Knives. n s
Rules. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~Fiexaso n xesinAgr i~
Back Saws.,r s.
Drill Bits. i Sesh eck Saw s ad.
Auto Snips. . -e i s.
Cornker BAio ies Driualsls.k~
Mairsha. tw PlaaerinsTroeos
Colw Cses. s
Auac S creDives.
Machnist'Ha mers Huch s Sa ofldes
Hacet.tomati crin ew rier..
g Hatchhes.., o an
er's Hammersad Hatchets. andc
Shingling Hatchets. ede
is. Claw Hatchets.
Mortse Gges.All kinds of Wrenches, one
Bay rwig nve.Files..
Back aws~rCorner Chisels. or
Drill Bits.Butcher's Sawvs and- Iades.
Auto Sn~p~. . Drawing Knifes. 83
YaneeAuombil Dils.Pruning Saws. 8-3
Keyhole Saws. - ase
Mashllow latein roel. H-andi Drills. ' 0
Roso Brick Trowels. JBiik HIameters. .- . st W
'11 is I
Any one person during this contest that bj :ho
5.00 worth of the above mentioned tools at < ma
, we will give an extra 5 per cent discount~g
a ditionto the 10 per cent, and they will have P on
4vilege of buying anything else in our en we
stockat a 1.0 :per cent discount. "tio
* . you
.These prie t4rictly gash -hid
counts hold good on 1~Ariiig the .free cott e*
IEow Many Saw, Teeth in .-ir Window.. Dq %d
e*pect them later. ~sing*
Easley Ihardware Co. f
Phone 70 Man$treet ,E~eS 'so
Fot Cotton, Corn, Tobacco,
Grpif eanuts and Truck
QUALITY ihi plant food content.
QUALITY in availability.
QUAM~'itx nmechanica'l ooritid.
QUALITY in big yields.
QUAI'1T in i-ofitaisidiarr g.'
* Dr.9 ad dri liabe gods.
/ Anl7~e a guranteed.
Posnpt, courteous servigh.