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tidy red tires. hand,
some pound and haHl
e.pound tin hlemnidcors
and in the pound
crystal glass humi.
dor with sponge
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prices delivered at Eash
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rucks ranging from sixty to
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2ND, 1921. is
- - 505.08
- - 473.84
of any model you desire.
at .il V o\Vn .farm .
EASLEY, S. C.
it'll enjoy the
rt of rolling,
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there's its freedom from bite
and parch which is cut out by,
our exclusive patented proc.
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P. A. from sun up till youi
slip between the sheets with
out a comeback.
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or a cigarette!
-'HE B0I4 EW11 4i1I5
t Y WINR QUARTR'S,1t .
Clemson Collep.-The Cotton boll
weevil finds his -hotel for th",wlnter
in old stalks, weeds and dead gra i
the field. He will find splendid n.
ter-quarters in unkept terraces,
weedy ditch banks and fences, (h
neglected orchards, in underbrueh
along the woods and railroads, etc..
The weevil requires for successful
wintering a place with a. given
amount of moisture, failing in such
places, where moistufo is heayy,
Therefore, the cover crop that is used
for prevehting land washing and the
leaching of soil fertility,. and for
maintair.ing soil tinxture is of the
greatest value under weevil condi
'tions, because it acts as a cleansing
crop which keeps down weeds and
winter food plants and destroys pro
teetive coverings for the weevil and
other destructive insects during the!
It is now time for farmers to think
about these matters and not let this
work go unbil the last moment, ad
'vies Prof. A. F. Conradi, entomolo
gist who says 'that we want to clean
up our farms this fall as we have
never done before. These wintering
places mentioned must not be per
i itted; thiny must be removed or
destroyed by one method or another.
Humus is our greatest deficiency in
farming and for that reason vege
table matter should be properly in
corporated in the soil wh.mevvr pos
Bible; but there are a gerat many
cases where this can not be done;
and yet should weeds, dead' grass.
etc., remain through the wintor 'they
would form successful wintering
places for the boll weevil. Burning
may be the only resort by which
they can be destroyed, and if so,
burniig should be employed.
REV. J. C. CRIM DEAD.
We have learned with sincere sor
rwthat Thv%. J. C. Crim,. who for
several years was pastor of our
church at Liberty and later was pas
tor of the church at Lamar, died in
Florida last week. The body was
brought to Johnston, his old home,
and buried there on Friday, August
L. He was a good main and greatly
loved by the people Whom hi serv
Rev. Mr. Crim was at one time
principal of the Six Mile Baptist
Academy and later was pastor of the
First Bapitist church att Liberty. He
had miairy friends in this county who
will learn of his death with regret.
Our store has ac
acterizes all first elh
stocks are complete
goods personally sel<
A cordial invita
new lines of dress g<
and childr'en, clothin
We will again h
Sand have just receiv
-the ladies will be int
iMner'aart. Come in i
Rrom the interview of the Char.
lotte Obseryer with Charles W. Up.
'ham, from which The State quoted
the other day, this expression also
is taken: "
"In western North Carolina there
are splendid opportunities for great
scenic highways, which I hope :o
construct among the mountains, and
I have not the least doubt that if
these plans are carried ,out the
tourists who will travel on these
scenic highways will bring back into
the state very shortly the entire
sum involved in the $50,000,000
bond issue, out of their own pocket
Thie - picturesque mountain district
of this state is by no means so ex
tensive as that of North Carolina,
but it is extensive enough for a
summer playground and health re
sort for the populations o~f South
Carolina and Georgia.
Dleautiful as are many parts of
western North Carolina, none is of
more striking beauty than. Caesars
Read and Table Rock. Through the
northern borders of Spartanburg,
(Greenville, Piekens ' and Oconee
2ounties, about 50 miles, runs the
Blue Ridge---but South Carolinians l
spend their money in another state
because the glories of their own land
are shut off from them. 'T'hey'are
Good roads are lacking.
.Mr. Upham, the engineer of Del
iwan.". adising the North Carolin
inn, believes that the building of
err:nie highways" in North Carolina
wVoul d bring into the state revenues
'ual to the $50,000,000 of bonds
v1 ich the state is to sell for roads
1uilding. That is not hard for South
?tarolinians to believe. How many
uillions have they sl-int in Bun
ombe, Polk, Henderson, Transyl
:a n ia and W autauga's counties in
he las: 20 years-the roads being
aferior though passable? What
hey have spent in the mountains of
Wickens could be reckoned in hun-!
l'ds---not one South Carolinian ac
ustoned to "go to the mountains"
mas seen Table Rock.
Nothingr so quickly pays for itself
is a good road.-- -The State.
MONEY TO LOAN.
On Improved Farms in Pickens,
3conee and Greenville counties. City
property, Greenville, Easley and
R. E. BRUCE, Pickens, S. C.
Office Over Keowee Bank.
quired that autumn atm
tss stores at this season
in every detail for the I
acted by our buyer for 01
tion is extended to you tc
>ods, conth, coast suits, s1t
g, bats, etc. We have tl
indle the well-known A3
ed a shipment of hats of
erested in these latest ci
.nd see them whether yc
ICKENS, S. (
yer of : ewbo tanidkbrother of
Gov. Cole Blease, was Tupsdayeleoted
to the .legislature to fll the vacancy
caused by the death of Hon:'.Geor
S. MoWer. Mr. Bleans was oppose
by "Hub" Evans and several others.
JOHN -W. THOMAS DEAD.
Mr. John- W. Thomas, onie of. the
oldest, and best known citizens of
Pickens county,, died at his home in
the Nine Times aection' Monday
night, after being in bad health for
some six months. The funeral was
held at Mt. Bethel Methodist church
Wednesday mornhig and was attend
ed by an enotinous concourse of sor
Mr. Thomas was 77 years old,# a
Confederate veteran and a man held
in the higheeft esteem by all who
knew him. He leaves a wife and the
following children: Eugene, Rhett
and Guy Thomas, ljrs. Henry A.
Townes, Mrs. W. B. Whitmire and
Mrs. Mack Whitmire.
ORDER CLOVER SEED.
Put in your order for clover seed
at once. Crimson clover will cost
this season around 8 or 9 cents de
livered. ,For convenience of farm
ers I am asking the following parties
to take orders for seed, and the lat
ter part of next week I will visit
them and ascertain amount wanted.
To get the best prices we must buy
Pickens--A. M. Morris, J. W. Hen
dricks, S. B. Edens, J. M. Garrett.
Six Mile-J. A. Roper..
Norris-C. d. Burroughs.
Liberty-.T. R. O'Dell.
Easley--Garrison Wyptt, Finley &
Dacusville---.. P. Jones, N. B. Wit
T. A. Bowen, County Agent.
A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS.
The uniform success that has at
tended the use of Chamberlain's
Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy in the
relief and cure of bowel complaints,
both for children and adults, has
brought it into almost universal use,
a that it is practically without a
rival and as everyone wbo has used
it knows, it is without an equal.
Good overalls, not the cheap made
kind, $1.15. Good work shirts 75c.
Bennett Mercantile Co.
sphere which char
of the year. Our 1
all trade with new
caland inspect our~
oes for men, women Bi
te newest styles and
'ers line of millinery
the latest types. All
'eations of the milli
u buy or not.