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'sTis'the time of year the rarme
can look out for plenty .of advice. Gus Wilson of Pendleton was in towr the first part of the week shaking hands with his old friends. Don't forget the spring opening of nade-to-measure clothing at Folgor, /Thi ey & Co.'s store Friday and Sat this week. 0. P. Heath, a wealthy cotton broker of Charlotte, N. C., who committed suicide Monday, was an uncle of Mrs. r. L. Bivens of Pickens. Miss. Elizabeth Mauldin, home dem matration agent for Pickens county, 3pent last week with the Spartanbprg :ounty agent studying the work. The Ladies' Aid society of Pickens circuit will meet Friday at 3 o'clock p. m. at Salem church, and Rev. L. E. Wiggins will preach. Everybody is welcome. Usually it rains in Pickens during court week, but thisitime it snowed. rhe snow began falling Monday after noon and reached a depth of three or four inches before it began sleeting. Bishop Collins Denny of Richmond, Va., will preach at the Pickens Metho dist church Wednesday night. March 1, At 7.45 o'clock. This is an opportunity not offered the people of this section Aften and everybody is invited to attend "he services. Misses Isadora Williams and Henri tta Yongue of Pickens were operated )n for appendicitis at the Greenville tospital Saturday. Reports from their )edsides Tuesday say they are improv ng nicely. Both have many friends vho wish for them complete recovery. .1. Robt. Martin of Greenville was one if the prominent attorneys attending ourt here this week. Mr. Martin states hat he will be in the race for solicitor f this district this year and is receiv ig much encouragement. He is well nown and has lots of friends in this ounty. H. Earle Seaborn, manager of Hobbs lenderson Co.'s store in Pickens, has eturned from the northern markets, rhere he purchased complete stocks of :oods of the different lines carried by his store. These spring and summer :oods are now arriving and you are in 'ited to call and inspect them. The Pickens high school.track team ourneyed to Liberty Friday and met he Liberty high school track team on he athletic field. The contest was won >y Pickens, 53 to 18. The entire Pick ms team showed up fine and the boys Lre coming along well. The trip to ~iberty was an enjoyable one and the 'ickens p'eople were well treated wvhile here. Announcement has been made of the Lpproaching marriage of Miss Floride D)avis of' Marion to Mr. J. M. Smith of Basley. Miss Davis taught school at Biasley several yeas ago and is most pleasantly remembered in this county. Mr. Smith is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith of Easley and is one of the best known and Popular young men of this connty. President W. S. Currell, of the Uni versity of South Carolina, will deliver an address before the graduating class of the Pickens High school May 29. Prof. Melton invited President Currell some time ago to make this address and last week received a letter of accept ance. This will be good news to the people here. Mr. Currelk is oneof the foremost educators of the country. The next lyceum number to appeai in Pickens will be at the school audito riumi Monday night, March 6, beginninf at 8.30 o'clock. The attraction will bi the Raweis. a trio of native New Zea landlers, presenting in song, music, stor: andl picture a most unique and fasci nating entertainment, portraying nativ, life of the South Sea Islands. Thisi an entertainment out of the ordinar and will dloubtless draw a. crowvde house. Regular admission price. "Whoso findeth a wife findeth a goo thing.''-- Proverbs 18-22. Believing thk two young men of the Enon section c this county started out some time ag to look for suitable girls to become wife. So on last Tuesday, February 25 having succeeded in findiuig their ideali they made a flying trip to Pickeni licenses were secured, a hurried run I an automobile to the residence of Rei D. W. Hlott, when, after a few solem, words by the parson on the subject < marriage, he pronounced Mr. Geor2 *A. Bagwell and Miss Cora Cassell hui band and wife. 1/ndor a separate cer< mony Mr. James. R. 'Christopher ar Miss Lillie Chapman were pronounce husband and wife. Both yourig ladh were from Fasley,. atid the young m~ are to~ bo~contratulated on sdecuringg thhi ittitrabor~ life wives so vWort) o e.hgand naecion Slips for April tDelivery' Porto Rico, Nancy Hall, Triumph, Bunch Yam Plenty of Cabbage Plants Now 15 cents per 100 PICKENS DRUG COMPANY The Rexall Store Jl. N. H A L LM, Proprietor Phone No. 0 r~ Notice.-1 am still in ' the photo graph business. .. H ave recently bought SPECIA NOTIa new hig grade lens and better p~re pared than ever to give you the very best work. I will come and make your For' Male or 'Tr'ade -My jack and picture, at .your 'home, school, reunion one of of my Reg. saddle horses. Terms or picnic. Prices right. I also enlarge to suit purchaser. J. B. Robinson, pictu~res in different styles. When you -Easley45 want pictures made write a card to. ________ James Clenentsq, Pickens, S. C., R. 3. Genlerous Ofl'r to poor' b scto ~ i'ti$i t~r--To patients coming children. Dr. A, A. Odumn will batfrom Pickens county to our Greenville Pickens Inn, Pickens, S. C., Saturdaiy, office for eye.DIrk, we refund railroad March 11, and wvill furnish examnati~on f'ares to The amount of 10 percent. pur and ~lasses free when needed, prVovided chased A. A. Odom, consulting Opto child s physician, teacher or minister. me trist Optician, president The Goe will vouch for chil, atin gnoratth Optical Co., Mahonic Temple, Greenville, child's. parents ars nai ,orc inr ance refuse to have eyes looked after. ___ Thmose Itig uiargains~ in Coffee. 1 WVantd -Teams, 2.50 per day. A big peck'.for- $1, and it's guaranteedj Steady work. See A. B. Taylor. good and strong. Over-bought tobacco. gilet rid of it fast at the cut prices. PrIeston's PlantM-Send for my In clothing, wvomen's suits and children's new catalogue. It's free. Fred M. caps--price them in reason and take Preston, Pine Castle FloridaN. 51 them. 7 paakages soda 25c; 10 bars of _______ -. good soap) .25c. Genuine Muscavado Notice-B. F. Mauldin has bought molasses.. It's certainly pingnwt out the interest of A. H. Ta ,lor in the see T. D. H arris. ainnovt firm of the Central Grocery Co. and will c__________________ still continue to run the business under ... the same name. B. F. Mauldin. Youl get fresh Loaf Bread Central, S. C., Feb. 1, 1916. 43 all the time at the P'ickenis Trespass Notices at this office Hardware & Grocery Co. 101 Something Reliable g& in buying merchandise 'cNEER UP!1WASiNYOURFIx L." o" iow u trade we Rl~ways YERAD.0A MENW IveC in mmd the man WMtA T CURED ME ? WHY wh payshishD hadearned 1 Dr BLACMAN'S MtoICATED money for what we haye SALT R2ICK , lTS& THE . '3 08sell So we therefore TriCK mphy such oads that wili -f -abb e Pa t o - cWe call you attentio Th eh Me(Jcated Salt1 Jrickwe have been sell e foseeal years. We "Tave a kodtac~k nlow onl NtVand. Ask those who --- ha used it about its -. Figaro, the Meat Pre -server. ILhe hst customers we have on this are tthe ones that have used It. t1 pery jug - Silter Pine Healing Oil will iuickly cure barb wire cuts, bruises, etc., on stock, only at per bottle, Conkey's Remedies-Tlher'e is no better firm in exist enc than the 1. E. Cakey Co. for the line they man facture. ronkev's Poultry Tonic 25 package; Lice Po~ i e 10 and 25c Package; Conkey's Buttermilk Baby Chick Feed prevents bowel trouble in little chicks. 10 and 25. A.ackage. Will cost about Ile per chick to feed three weeks. Oyster Shells for Poultry-If ou d. not think it pays .o to feed oyster shells to po titry, ask Mr. J. P. Whitmire, who gathered 10 dozen gs from his flock in the month of Janutry. We also carry a good stock of mixed grain for small and large chickens. Conm to see us. I CRAIG BROS. COMPANY Now is the time for Lewis' White Pine and Tar (Mentholated) - - Preparedness is the great issue now. B t e prepared for that cough. 4 ounce bottle 25c K EOWEE PHARMACY THE NYAL QUALITY DRUG STORE (Your Money Back if You Wat 1h ad Central,~ S.CFb ,11. 4 -11 ietila hePce. Trespass~~~~~~I. Noie-tti fieHadae&6,eix o ahead, quick as you in aSt of the national josmoke! Fire u i pipe or a makin's cigarette as though on never did 'know what tobacco and parch meant! For Prince Albert is freed from bite andl parch by a patented process Controlled exclusively by us. You can sinoke it without a comeback of any kind because P. A. is real tobacco delight. the nationaljoy amoke will do for you what it has done for thousands of men, not only in the " States but all over the world! It will give you a correct idea of what a e A pipe smoke or a home- re. a o rolled cigarette should be. Pat, 0 hich aMaothree men *taI Get this Prince Albert pipe-peace and makin's-peace messag eon..d her you men who have "retired" from pipe and cigarette-m e ; youjmen who have never known its solace ! Because you have a lot pleasure due Buv Prince Albert everywhere to. you quick as you pack-your-pipe or roll-a-.cigarette with P. A. *faccoi jintg yredat and make fire tiyred tins, lMc t andsomg on an d aefr and half-pound tin humidor. and in that clever pound crstal-glase humi dor with eponce-moietefler top that N.' .eeps th tobacco In "uc" fine hap.. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Winston-Salem, N, C. Real Estatei Below are listed some real es- ran'n e ls sic tate bargains which should not be oN erlooked by those who are1 thinking of buying real estate in this section, for we are able - to offer this property now at less than its real value. Everything guaranteed as represented or a little better: TRACT No. I-Situated in Oconee county, on Craven's creek, containing 15. acres; public 'oad running through this property; contains Is now open with the celebrated line of Kimball Pianos about 15 acres ol' botton lanl and good upland; . miles from Walhalla and four miles from and Organs, one of the oldest and most reliable lines of Salem: desirable for farning and has splendid goods in America. In addition "this line, you will find pastures; -I tenant houses on this property: nearly entire tract (an1 be cultivated. This I here a co great bargain and will not stay on the market ,. he l d long at this price. in r mal intr n n a.n TR.\ACT No. '-.\ lin frmol t aa-res of .pym lst sut urh e. goodl river or creek bottoms atutt good iinands:WeashveorfurhosncpisfSeeMsc niec aiwellimg honse?, an extra barn aad two : gooti tenant houses: g4ooti pubtlic roec rnus .othceertdM inyEiio.''smsifrely through pilace ani has daily miail: in sigh of~ .sl o e n w~t.Cnsacp;nwfv et oy church sani mill and naemr graded sc'hoo; ! mtiles from Salemn. T~his prop.eaty i'annot bie We nPcesyuaecrilyp~ ocl n recommelnlded- too highly. l'rtce 650 $1000 hersmofhewl'sgatt;pdcio fmsc cashass! haiac ia eghtye.s.good b America'sI addtion mutsin, you nowil ton 't'tACTNo :-Tllatefami ui~svher aimpleline of rafanola' we Coumia akn. ote makeslwithna larehassortmenteyfrolates gecords.oW moil rad; 53acesi tac, onc r t oo . sell bal treia ansotrme wil wel pe nd rng timerlad;onthi poprt h siuaeda rit. Frmntt Wirprc uhr~dt 6katrteUi millsoahaveever4froomthousandanopies flSheetuMusi ing: n del laa ora umerreor; ot- nssdritng Mrd Twecens absepy; nw five cet gad oy ingto(1 bit o ndopn u bsies. Tisis~ woen one aikn allu ad warilaly oninte e tal nd the beearsummerofesortwprodosltreatest prheucpiofsbusinessc countryedabd Ameaireal grertest.musrcians. Do.nttisaline tiberd Nlan Tmlesgaboe T nne1117 oilabo * y -g Tr m el' raaoa o m hn1 ikes I mobieT road> a-na acres tc beroi lantgod wlb ra a dy u i ewllb elset miloaae -ounyomis boue in ood11 ontld tIing: aid ad lace a summe resor;nt. ns uig r rm.lsasnc n ilb ld t TRtA CT No. 4i-2'0 ars of nexthe tiounty, lanbd n d 4e e conity ils above e f Ionthe liiglaneSplrig, $oa50 t'eah.~ TItACtT No. 7.-24 acres ictimbered land in. -~l Rbbl~? Oconee county, -S miles above Tunel ill, on thCilan c reek . ri le, ldcslo a .I TRiAU'T No. 6-l1o10 ando of r IFin ies.edin Chug eeklieof 5 caich. -l. No no~: lot of 0arena.5Brn on your produce and get" dept tt ~w lalhll.n the highest market price. I am n T11.\ CT No. i9-ilouse anel lo [ naes n insre~ ono ihn:-d-al y g 14c per lb. cash or 15Sc er - * n fb. mn trade for hams un r251 ps. n c " o'"; 'e"a":r 'm $1.50~ per bushel for ~~tplying a tioni; in goodi settlement, eonvenilent tcurch. On10DSi. es and school: thickly settled aill around. Price to m k-orG o s d10esied, and balanrcent i eers'tie f t win rertlmk room fo m in oos Ne"T feiraIeia" ~ineret. ne o nust illmake special prices onReady-to.Wear Clothing, viewsa ilsimale pace.and Woolen Goods that have been Son"ill now go ,i.'o;' further information and' partictulars call at 45c per' yard. .51"or wrte o A.o4, ' s., T.~,o oile du Nord Ginghams a c.e ad A l iniquiries givens prompt Attelition.' paCihic iiis p-erCaies at I 2C pet yard. -i- Galateas atiroe, 12Yc and 15c per yard. Porter's Barber Shop n I still have a lfu-ge <1uantity or CSeeting. ~ N~t Dor o KeweeBa~k ~All custo~ners who are holding coupons will-please eN Pxt keosr to Kewe B return them to my store by the first of February. Pickns, . C.I am still paying ioc per pound for hens. The laceto et yur *~-i Your patronage will be appreciated. Th pwace d ogtyu barber L_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ d Wor done if~you want it right (, U A fl W A - SSh ingsi~ liair Custing, .Shamipoong. Mlassiaging I L@ U . fEN D R K SPEU lp ingeIng, etc., do~ne b~y has hems wvho know thdir -IKN 4~T Sbusinoe6 and ai.-reasonlable'itCs. ESR tazaro loning it specialty Give us a tfialf-w l' ver-ything Ixtremely Sanitary - w '