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C ARDEN 41lSEEDS .n BulK and Packages. *IX. i PICKENS DRUG COMPANY4 The Rexall Store J. N. H ALLIII, Proprietor Phone No. 8 *F*1.4 . .Buggies and Wagons x Galore! With abnost 1011 Ohask City, Webe-r, -Fluckeye, Gregory. C"olumbus and Sterling Wagons in stock we can sell you one-horse wagons for $35 to $40; two-horse wagons $55 to n... The lest huggies in the world for the money are the "HIGH J4 POINT" at .ant the "PA IlY"- at R O. Two carloads now in stock. We will give two years tio pay for any buggy or wagon we sell, and guarantee the price of cotton to you. Rtemember, also, we guar antee absolutely every huggy or wagon we sell. A fine lot of nice, choicy % oung horses and mules on hand now, weighing from 750 to :Mtx) pounds. One span of fine PERCHERON r brood mares, 6 years old, weighing 2500 pounds. See our standard bred road horse. lie is fast. 2.''50. We will sell you gooda cheaper and give you longer terms thanl any other firm we know of. Trade with us. We do not mind carry ing your aceount. We have just added a lint. of tine Sewing Machines; and Or gans to our business. n W. M. BROWN, Walhalla, S. C. Horses, Mules, Buggies, Wagons, Harness. Milch Cows. Beef Cattle Gasoline Engines. Oliver Chilled Plows, McCormick Mowing Ma ebines. Reapers and Hinders, Dise Harrows, Sewing Machines. Organs. lRoofing, Lime. Cement, Dynamite, etc. 4"Brown Has It--Or Brown Gets It" n1 New Pressing Clut H A VId installed a first-class' pressimn - and cleaning outfit in the reair of m barber 91101 and w.ill appreciate you DON'T FUSS WliTH TIW() and dielivered when promised and wor P AIR OFG ASSES m~y supervision. Work guaranteedi. Miany a man or woman has. juggled two Suits pressed at 25e per suit; eleanin oalrs of glasses all through life without and pressing. 50e suit: dry cleaning, 4 tflowmhg of the mncrea~sed :omfiort anhd .,uit. Special attention given to ladie:s conlvemenlce to he derived from bifocal suits. -Jenses. We are telling you about it now -- sud it will pay voIu to investigate. Pos, -dibly you have'alreadly triedl the'm anid B. B. PORTER, Pickens, S. C eediapointed, but you must not let --- that lead you to believe you cannot wear them. Correctly fitted bifocals can be P rtr worn comfortably by anmyone. who needs Bab r S o glasses for both far and)1 near vision. We know how to mdA:e thou, to meet 1Next Door to Keowee Bank your requiremnts and3( v.e guarantet asfation. ,Pickens, S. C. O mECThe place to get your barbI work dione if youi want it righ~ A. A. OnoM, P~resident. - --''""''10bY itI-r wtli ho"k ii.t 14 A. H1.Sc ySec. & Treas. i7uoitn o Jea t .te sa it CJonsiulting Optometrists ; rmiuixrety'onr As a finshi.~t;Ich'aus.. l Face Powdr-it lings tessen yet 6iag. an~ aded charm to tke complaeuon-yo'3l like ate .wct fragrance g s g s1 e ,a? ~ I.~ Keowee Pharmacy T te Nyal Quality Drug'Store (Your money *ack if you want it)' \7. J. t wAtb m r ~0 V Copyright 1%. J. SAnnouncements C'andktiate.' ards inseigrted in this I!Orumnl for feive Dollars eac.h, inviariably in advan'e. For Congress 1 announce y self a candidate for Congress from the Third Congressional District of South Carolina, subject to m Democratic oabty. Caat e u s he JOHN A. vHORTON. For Solicitor I announce my candidacy for Solicitor . of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit, .nb. ject to the rules and results of the Dem ocratic Primary election. .1. RonT. MARTIN. For Clerk of ort F a 0. S. STEWARIT is hereby announced as a candidate for the office of Clerk of Isay oi Court of Pickens county, subject to the rules and regulations of the Democratice afld I party in the primary election of 1911;. wvhat of ga 1 am a candidate for the ofice of aniyW Clerc of Court of Pickens county, sub ject to (he rules of tho Democratic party. J. L. BOLT. The bu~sy season is now on. Get the Allen's Princess Range and have your meal cooked on time. Saves your wvood and labor. Also your money. Sold by Pickens Hardware & Gro- B cery Company. HOBBS-HEN Our Millinery Dej are showing the n has ever been hr look this line ove: hat. We have an take pleasure in styles in Hats. New arrivals in L every day. Come tainly save you m style. When in Ready-to-wear, se Underwear, Ladies HOBBS-KEN Pn1KEN .IT .7*.' Try it purself If you want persoiat and' positive infor mation as to how delightful Prince Albert really Is, smoked in ajimmy pipe or rolled into the best maldn's cigarette you ever set-fire-to I For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message of pipe-peace and makin's peace for every man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas and rdeals. The patented process fixes that-and cnts out bite and parch I ~RINE ALBERT the national joy smoke is so friendly to your, tongue and taste that it is mighty easy., to get acquainted with. You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better than the last because it is so cool and fragrant and long-buming. You'll just sit back and ponder whyyouhave kept away from such joy'us smokiig br so long a time ! Men, we tell yo4 PrinAg-Abert is all we claim for it. You'll understand just how different our patented process makes Prince Albert quick as you smoke it I Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is eotd:t in, togipy red bas. 5c;~ tidy re ,e 10c; handsome pounn-and half pbund gin hit Midie and in Pound =ryta1-slaea :huir eup.ith 90-oagemiatonor tape tht ,ue the to a in sucA prme condition. V R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C. FORD-THE UNIVERSAL CAR Get the facts on the operating cos;ts before yon Sbuy an automobile. Find out the truth bef ore --not af ter. And don't , be sa tisfied with hear a salesman's claim. The'oified of gasoline is high: so is oil, here is sure to be0 an increase in the price of all tires. $0. you want is the car that wvill give you most miles per gallon oline, per gallon of oil andi per st of tires. A Ford will go iere any other car will go and lots of places others won't go. Roadsters.' .. $390 Touring Car..... ...$440 F. 0. I.' D)ETROIT. .L. HENDRIX, Pickens, S. C. I)RSON COMPANY >artment is complete and we cest line of Ladies' Hats that cught to Pickens. Be sure, to r before buying your spring experienced mil1liner who will showing you the very latest adies' Coat Suits and Dresses and see them. We can cer oney and give you the latest need of anything in Ladies' e us. Middy Blouses, Muslin 3' and Children's House Dresses DERSON COMPANY , SOUT H CAROL INA LOCAL E PERSONAL Come to Pickens to do your trading. Our merchants have the goods and they will treat you right. Some news for you in the announce ment column this week. Gignilliat Christopher has been made a director of the newly organized Greer baseball club. Miss Corrinne Robertson has return ed to Charlotte after a pleasant visit to relatives in Pickens. There will be an all day singing at Old Pickens the second Sunday in April. Everybody invited to come and bring well-filled baskets. Miss Stella Wood, a returned mission al-y from India, will lecture at Pickens View church next Sunday night at 8 o'clock. The public cordially invited to hear her. There will be an entertainment at Glassy Mountain school house Thursday night, April 6, beginning at 7.30 o'clock. A small admission fee will be charged and will be used for the benefit of the school library. Public invited. The government's final r-port of the number of bales of cotton ginned of the crop of 1915 was made public March 20. There were 17,845 bales ginned in Pick ens county against 22,940 bales in 1914. Tho the 1915 crop was shorter than the 1914 crop, the 1915 erop brought a great deal more mone\-. Mr. Burt Mauldin, a Confederate vet oran, died at the home of .1. 11. Chap man, near Six Mile, February 28. His death was sudden and is supposed to have been due to heart trouble. He was 70 years of age and leaves two children besides many relatives and friends to mourn his departure. C. G. Rowland has been appointed postmaster at Central. He is at pres ent magistrate of Central township, but will resign that place in order to take up the duties of postmaster. There were several other applicants for the postmastership and Mr. Rowland's friends are jubilant ever his appoint mrent. John C. Carey, cashier of the Keowee hank, has purchased the interest of John F. Harris in the Linwood Land & Investment Co. and has been elected secretary of the company. Mr. Carey has ilso bought the interest of Mr. Har ris in the firm of Smith & Harris, real estate dealers, and the name of this firm has been changed to Smith & Carey. The many friends here of N. Bristow Christopher, assistant cashier of the People's Bank, will be pleased to hear of his of his promotion to the cashier ship of the- Bank of- Fletcher, Fletcher, N. C., to which position he has been elected by the directors. He will leavye here- about April first to assume ch rige .of that institution. -Greer Ob m.'vert. Bristow is a son of Mr. and Wni~. N. A. Christopher of Pickens and hi" f'riends here will be much interested in the above item. Meosra. John A. Horton, candidate for congress, and Albert S. Fant, cen r(ida tefor railroad commissioner, both Iof Belton, were in Pickens one dany last kIweek. They are both pleasing gentle men a&nd worthy of the positions they s eek. They both received much encour em'uent in this county and reports from other counties in this section are favbr able to them. From present indications it. ".ould not be a bad guess to say that b~oth gentlemen will be elected to the offtlies to which they aspire. ) The Pickens Chapter, U. D. C., held itsi regular month~ly meeting at the home of Mrs. J1. r'. Carey, Jr., on the 10th inst. The subject for the after noa'.n was South Carolina poets. Sketches Sfromw the lives of Timrod, Simms and H-,. ne~ were read. Several poems from eh'poet were read and very much en i ,jyed. Several instrumental and vocal it ol were beautifully rendered. The ~Cha.pter is planning a "Clean Up D~ay" ~some Lime in April and wishes the coop '.ition of the people of the town. Af .Ert the business meeting was over a dlelicoaa ice course was served. lI-eae L. Bowen died at his houme in V.;m Alatyne, Texas, Friday, February !1. ile was 68S years old and a son of the Iate Thomas Blowen, who moved romi Pickens county to Texas about the yeto~' 1860. Thomas Bowen was a broth nI of the late Reece and .John Blowen of this couunty. The deceased leaves a w9ife aund three children. Hie was pres i'Ment of the National. bank of Van Ala ty u nd a large landowner, the totul vtwu: of his estate being estimated at %4(,000)j, according to a Texas paper. A~ writer in this paper says "It. 1s. omnwas one of the noblest mnEn it 'y ver been the pleasure of the wri. t(er to. count as a friend, lHe was ever k ind, sympathetic and unselfish. 1i ashsexpressed desire that he mighi o iethat when he passed from th< eadah it might be truthfully said ol him: A good man is gone.' And it i the' '-rlect of both rich and poor, exal red .ad humble, that his desire was ieaih.d." Mr. Bowen had many rela f ives ini Pickens county, and fromn thu abse* ulogy it may be seen that ii ampyii respects he was much lke hil . E iknewlits thisncomti.