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Will They Hatch? Will They Live?
From 13 to 15 usually. Last seas on Troup Partridge hatched 6(out of
This season Dr. Lewis got 15 of 15 eggs; Wash Rice 14 out of 15.
Out of 51 day-old chicks, shipped 700 miles, we raised 47. If I haven't
as good as you want, order from Fer ris direct; he'll make you pay for
A. P. HAMMONDS, PICKENS, S. C. Ml.,,,
265 to 300 egg stra in White Leghorn. , ,VI.
$2.00 for 15. $10 per 100.
Garden and Field Seed
In packages and bulk
"Try 'The Drug tore First"
R. E. Lewis, Prop Phone 24
You Will Find Me Doing Bus
mess at the Same Old Place
and 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.
18c per 1b. for dry hams.
$2.00 Bu. for bunch peas.
$2.25 for vine peas.
Greenville market for eggs.
Yours for trade,
U. W. HENDRICKS
Thke UnlwwrsaI Car
F. 0. B. Detroit Delivered in
Chassis...-----$ 285 $ 353
Touring Car ... 348 423*
Truck Chasis ...... 430 500
Sedan .-......--...645 733
Starter $70 Extra. Demountable Rims $25 Extra
Tractor $445 Delivered.
$475 with pulley.
Thes are the lowest prices of Ford cars in
thelhistory of the Ford Motor Company.
Orders are coming in fast, so place yours
promptly to insure early delivery.
H. P. SItten,, Jr., Plckens
666 is a proscription for ColdsFeve 'Cross ie checks are money. They
and LaGrippe. . It's the most speedy Iwlpay - or taxes, buy provisions
re'medy we know. .,.,., o y 'a cxpect thse. day? ..,in
Locals and Persoils
As usual it. rained court week.
Notice new ad of Folger, Hendricks
Miss Pat Porter has been sick at
ier home for several days.
Mr. Roy Keith spent'last weelc
end with relatives in Greenville.
Miss Nell Smith is improving after
being ill at her home for over a week.
Edwards & Darsey have an un
asually clever ad in this week's paper.
Miss Mildred Cox has returned
home after spending several days in
Miss Ellen Finley, a teacher at
Three-and-Twenty school nea' Eas
ley, spent last week end at home.
If you are interested in chickens
and eggs see advertisement of' A. P.
Hammond in this paper.
Miss Grace Porter of Clinton is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. S. Poter in this city.
Prof. A. B. Fortner, principal of
Oolenoy school, was a business visitor
at the county seat one day last week.
Mr. Frazier Wilkes of Columbia
spent a few days last week with his
brother, Richard Wilkes, in Pickens.
We regret to report that Miss
Emily Thornley of Converse college
has been ill at her home for the past
Mr. Wylie Condor of Clemson Col
ledge spent last ruesday and Wednes.
day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.
M. M. (A) Langston, wife and child,
of Pacific Junction, Iowa, are visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lang
ston near Pickens.
Mr. Mauldin Lesesne, who is teach
ing school at Rock Hill, spent last
week end at home with his mother,
Mrs. Hortense Lesesne.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robinson Jr. anl
two children of Greenville, spent last
Sunday at the home of their p&ents
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Thrasher, of
Townville, spent Sunday at the home
of the latter's, parents, Mr. and Mrs.
F. L. Finley.
Mr. Roy Horde, who is attending
the, Honea Path high school, this
term, is at home this week, his school
having been closed on account of the
Mrs. Gco. E. Holley of Atlanta,
Ga.. arrived Sunday to nurse the
little daughter. Louise. of Mr. and
Mrs. 1. T. McDaniel who is very low
Mr. W. A. Mathews, who recently
offered to paint country churches free
of charge, withdraws his offer after
March 1. Not a church accepted his
Mrs. W. J1. Bridgman, who has been
a patient at John Hopkins University
hospital for several weeks, is expected
to return home sometime this week.
Hecr 'onldit ion is critical.
The many friends of Miss Olive
Newton will be glad to learn that her
health is much improved and she is
able to resume her dluties at Clio,
where she taught school until last
We arc very sorry to report that
M1iss Aurora Mathews is in the
?renville hospital, where she undler
vent a serious operation for mas
oidlitis last week. We wish for her
The Clemson boys who were home
'or Washington's birthday were:
dIessrs. Leon Roberson, Theo Smith,
)on Roark, Robert Roark, and De
Vitt Mathews. Mr. "Red'' Faris and
4r. J. C. Kent, also of Clemson spent
he holidays in Pickens.
"Sheriff" Jennings, well-known pro
rnosticator and good man, predicts
hat cotton will bring 22 cents a
>6und within the next two weeks and
vill go to 24 cents .before the next
rop comes in.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaiah Cox announce
;he engagement of their daughter
WIildred Oc.tavio to) Dr. Paden S.
Moodruff, the wedding to be solem
uized March 22nd at Grace Methodist
Miss Grace Mathews was the hos
ess at a lovely party given at her
ittractive home on Liberty street last
['uesday evening. The decerations
were suggestive to Washington's
~irthday. Several interesting contests
rere held after which delicious Ice
!ream and cake wer'e served. A most
lelightful evening was spent by the
ruests who were as follows: Misses
)aisy Bivens, Nannie Morris, Ellen
~reman, Edna Willis, Frances Cox,
at Porter, Louise Hutchings, Mary
iforris, Lois Hames, Nita Hames,
annie Finney and Sara Finney,
4esars. Theo Smith, Casey Porter,
rnest Finley, Robert Roark, Don
R~oark, Leon Robinson, "Rled" Faris,
ANylie Condor, J. C. Kent and DeWitt
The T[aylor Colquitt Tie and Pole
so., announce that they are now in
position to handle all the White
)a k ties brought in and pay CASH
or them. Brother that sounds goodl
or the CASH is what we are need
r most theae ay.
A Spring Suggestion
Thait Middy, Blouse or Dress
E ver-fast suiting
D oes not fade, guaranteed, in'
Wearing, washing or boiling.
A ssortment of collars to select from
R eally something new to this trade
D urable, dressy and up to the minute in
S tyle for a spring dress, middy or blouse.
& you will be pleased too
ID oing as others are doing
A lready making their selections
R eally wonderful goods they say,
S eems to appeal to one and all
E ither young or old, but we say,
Y ou look and be your own judge.
Quality Is Assured and Low Prices a. Certainty
ED WARDS & DARSEY
Successors to T. L. Benson & Co.
(Butterick Patterns In Stock.)
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Tthe hundreds of farmers in Pickens county, who in the past4
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this end we have established an Agricultural Service Bureau, which is
at the command of any farmer who desires information on the use of
fertilizers, lime, the maintenance of soil fertility or the growing of crops.
This service is free.
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company
Columbia, S. C.E
Folger. Hendrix & Co., Agents
Pickens, S. C.