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'"Iry The Drug," Store .First"
L) NUNNALLY'S CANDY
R. E. Lewis, Prop Phone 24
You Will Find Me Doing Bus
iness at [he Same Old Place
arld if you want the highest prices for
produce, bring it to me.
I am paying:
18c per lb. for hens.
25c per lb. for fryers up to 65c.
10c per lb. for old roosters.
1.8c per lb. for dry hams.
$2.00 Bu. for bunch peas.
$2.25 for vine peas.
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
U. W. H ENDRICKS
U elniversal Car
F. 0. B. Detroit Delivered in
Chassis ~ S.~ 285$35
Trpin Car 348 42
Tr~uck (Chasis - 43050
Sean... 15 733
SStarter S'io Etra. D~emoumntable Rims $25 Extra
Tractor 8445 Delivered.
$475 with pulley.
Thes are the lowest prices of Ford cars in
the! istory\ of the Ford Motor Company.
Orders ar e coming in fast, so place yours
proptly )s insure early delivery.
Hf. P. Sitton, Jr., Pickens
Central Commission Company,
Central, South Carolina.
t l O huli( to have you see or write us about what you have
tou wshll toe ~ l> h u lal to tatlk wit.h you 0or quote pice~s on anything
Low p1'-es UIn czr load lots of A cid Phosphate Nitrate of Soda, Cot
>on sed mal, Cottoni seed hulls, loose or sacked. NI-ay, corn, oats. Seeds
We buy and wll on Commission.
Central Commission Company,
Central. South Carolina
Locals ald Personals
Miss Frances Bruce is visiting
friends in Tennessee.
J. T. Julian of Centraf route 2 was
here on business Monday.
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Anthony, February 14, a son.
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. John B.
Craig, February 16, a daughter.
Miss Henrietta Yongue has gone to
Greenville to study to be a trained
Mrs. G. C. Grogan of Elberton,
Ga., is visiting her daughter, Mrs. J.
H. Bruce, in Pickens.
We are pleased to see Mr. R. A.
Bowen able to be on the streets after
an attack of sickness.
Arthur Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Craig, is critically ill with pneu
monia. A trained nurse is with him.
Dr. Glymph, the leading eyesight
specialist of Andersen, will be here
again next week. Read his ad in
Mr. Ernest Folger is back from
Northern markets, where he pur
chased spring and summer goods for
Flolger, Hendricks & Co.
T'here will he a box supper at the
ne(W Twelve Mile school house Friday
night, February 24. Cake walks,
r('freshment5. music and l an alround
good time fo' both young and ol.
The Pickens Bank was the success
ful bidder for S.6000 worth of Pick
ens county notes last week. All banks
in the county were asked to bid for
the notes. The loenl bank's bid of
1 per cent was the lowest.
The Washington. D. C., Times of
February :1 containes the foilowing
item: "Ed'tar Morris, president of the
Edgar slorris Sales Company of
Washirigton, was host at a dinner
given at the City Club last night to
the officers and board of directors of
the Southern Gas Association, ren
resent i the gas utility companies in
the. Southern States." Edcrar is a
son of Mr. and Mirs. A. M. Morris of
Pickens and has many friends in the
old home who are always glad to
hear of him.
Mr. and Mirs. S. G. Reddv and son
Frank of Bowie. Texas, are visiting
the former's sister, Mirs. M. L. Ham
ilton. at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
J. M. Stewart. in Pickens. Before
they return home they will also visit
relatives in Columbia. Cheraw, and
, Wadesboro. N. C. They made the
trip through the country, leaving
Bowic. January 1G and arriving at
Calhoun February 11, spending sev
eral days here. Mr. Reddy went from
South Carolina to Texas about 29
years ago and most of his family of
ten children have settled in Texas.
two are living in New Mexico andl
one in A rizona.
F'ROMI PETlERS CREEK
Tlhe school at Peters Creek is get
ing along splendid, considering the
very' d isagreeable wveather conditions
and1( mlutddy r'oads. It is especially
tr ying on the small childlren who are
situaitedl two' 0or three miles away to
reach the school house.
.Mr'. A..1J. Ba ne, who has been very
sick, is improving some nowv, to the
delight of his many f'riends.
Mlr. and Mrs. L. B. McConnell of
Belton have mov'ed to their farm here.
Glad to have people like these locate
with us. Anderson county's loss is
P'i'kens county's gain.
Annie, the little (laughter of Mr.
and Mi's. L. S. Edens, is quite sick
this week with lagrippe.
Mr. and Mr's. Matthew Edlens of
Oolenoy visited the former's parents,
Mr. and M\rrs. WN. A. Edens, last Sun
Mr. andl Mrs. Wieks Mayfield of this
place visitedl the latter's parents, Mr'.
and Mrs. L. B. Williams, of Daeus
v'ille route 1 last Sunday.
\ wedding that was qut'asr
prise to their m~any friends was that
of Mir. .Jerrie Turner' and Miss F'lorine
Edens. The groom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. 0. Turner and the bride
is a daiughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Edens. T[he cer'emony was pierformed
at the home of L. S. Edens, Magis
trate, on Sunday evening, February
Mr'. Farley Tur'ner' of Dae.usville
route 1 was a visitor in this section
Mr. Thomas F. Hughes of Oolenoy
was visiting in this section last Sun
Mr. W. A. Edens of this place is
quite indlosposedl at this writing.
Messers J. D. and L. B. McConnell
have purchased an up-to date engine
and saw mill outfit, and when the
weather conditions permit are turn
ing ouit the lumber..
While we have sonme most miser
able mud-holed in our roads at this
time, yet some of the Oolenoy boys
manage to go through Sunday even
ing. Right, boys, don't fool them.
COMMUNITlY PRESSING; CLUB.
Next D~oor To Edwards & D~arsey.
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, and Al
All work Called For
Give God Your Heart and Summey
Your Clothes and We will Keep You
.. M. E. SUTMMW3Y,a pu~
The Pickens-Easley transfer began
business this week and will make
regular daily trips between Pickens
and Easley as per schedule shown in
another column. S. M. Dodd is pro
prietor of the transfer and Walter
Grant is driver. They are operating
a ten-seat bus and will, no doubt do
a good business.
All you need
A small percentage of
obtained a bale of cotton p
Plenty of fertilizer plus ha
the boll weevil, crop dise
This year it will not
whether you will buy fe
make of fertilizer is the be
Swift's Red Steer Fert
by the Swift reputation,
more than fifty years,
Swift product the best of i
Company has the resource
the raw materials and thi
essary to combine and proc
Charlotte, N. C.
sire for comfoi
ance, have cre
the perfect fitti
You will find in our big li
Brassieres--madec of fine grade
--front or back lace style, in ii
sizes for the slender, medium or
3OX SUPPER AT MARTIN SCHOOL
There will be a box supper at Mar.
tin school house next Saturday night,
February 25. Iverybody is cordially
invited. The proceeds will go for the
benefit of the school.
There will be a. birthday dinner at
the home of Mrs. Beckie Ellenburg
March 5. Everybody invited.
LTPAYS To USE0 THEM
I to look for in buy
southern farmers riers of plant foot
er acre last year. of fertilizer for c
rd work overcame Swift's Red St
ases and adverse contain the right
made money for ble plant food to <
be a question of plant food to insu
-tilizer, but what and the early mati
st buy. will get ahead of
lizers are backed The famous Re
maintained for is your guarantee
f making every quality. It is all
ts kind. Swift & buying fertilizer.
s, the equipment, Buy Swift's Ri
a knowledge nee- taining 14% or 'n
ess different car- your local Swift de
wift & Company
d the sensible d
't and neat appe
ated a demand f,
ie o f Madam Grace and Kabo Corsets
cout ils in pink, white and fancy broce
ediu m or 1owv bust, long or short skir
stou t figure, wvith stout hose suppor
sheets for Marc
ing given out F
not only giye
son but with ti
able you to save
rial and cost of
that you want t
for a Fashion
will find the su
to the minute a
Is Assured and-Low Prices a Certai
LRDS & DA
ssors to T. L. Benson<
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farms in Plekens,.
Oconee and Greenville counties. City
property, G eenville, Easley and
. R. E. BRUCE, Pickens, S. C.
Office Over Keowee Bank.
to use thenf
i to insure the right kind
lifferent crops and soils.
eer Fertilizers for cotton
amount of quickly availa
ause a quick start and a
of more slowly available
re the continuous girowth
arity which in most cases
the boll weevil.
d Steer bag shown above
of the highest possible
you need to look for in
d Steer Fertilizers-con
lore of plant food-from
aler, or write us direct,
New Orleans, La.
~ ~'j) 8--1922.
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