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PREMIUM Li
OF THE
P ICKENS COUN'
Fair Assca
DECEM1B1
19, 20, 21
1907
PICKENS, -
H. Snider has his stock repleaished
for the holday trade with new patterns
in watobes, lockets, bracelets, etc.
A fair line of emblem goods also sev.
oral brands of standard quality silver.
More new goods will be in before this
reaches you. Make somebody glad with
a nice piece of jewelry from this stock.
Sale for Partition.
On Saleeday in January, 1909, we will
sell to the highest responsible bidder,
one hundred and twenty (120) acres of
land, known as the Robinson Mill tract,
located in Dacusville township, waters
of Carpenter'sCreek. Good --nill on place.
now running. Tvo fine shools on creek.
tleveral acres good bottom, 20 to 80
acres in cultivation, balance well tini
bered.
Terms of sale: One-half cash, balance
in twelve months with interest from day
of sale.
Purchaser to pay for all papers.
D. F. Sutherland,
J. M. Crenshaw.
Agents for heirs of Mary A. Sutherland,
deceased.
Teachers Notice.
Pickens, S. C. Dec. 7, 1907.
The Teachers of Pickens county are
hereby requested to meet in the Pickens
Graded School building Saturday 14th;
at 1:30 p. i., for the purpose of reor
ganizing the association and electing
a delegate to the annual conference of
the Rural Improvement Association.
By order of the County Board of Ed
ucation. R. T. Hallumn,
Co. Supt. Ed.
NOTICE 01F SALE.
1 will sell to the highest bid
der at the late residence of
J ohn Ferguson, on Wednesday
the 18th day of Dec., 1907 at
1o o'clock, a. in., about 500
bushels of corn and about
5,000 bundles of fodder,
Terms: Cash on day of sale.
A. J. BOGGS,
C. C.P.
Auditor's Notice,
The Audtitor will begin to take returns
for fiscal year 1908, on January 1st and
continue till February 20 without penal..
ty after which time 50 per cent will be
added as prescribed by law.
Respectfully,
N. A. CH RISTOPHlER,
County Auditor.
* For Sale.
ONE FARM, 1 1-2 miles north of
Liberty. Good house and out buildings.
Fine pasture.
One Milk cow, and two heifers. One
mule. One two-horse wvagon and one one
horse wagon, one buggy, plow tools,
corn and fodder, hogs and some hiune
hold stuff.(
Th le above will be sold to the highest j
bidder on December 14th.
_____W. N. OANTT.
S H. ORAIG, Presidept.
J. N. HALLUM, Vie-Pres. r
W.-J. BOLT, Sec-Trea i
FINANCE COMMITTEE.
A. M. MORRIS, J. R. ASHMORE.
INTRODUOrION.
HE Pickens Counity Fair Association is an
association gotten up for the purpose of
bringing our people together who are engaged in
mechanical, manufacturing, agricultural. and all
other vocations into closer touch with each other
and for the upbuilding of all enterprises our peo
ple are engaged in.
We have here a good section for agriculture
and stock raising as well. as manufacturing, but
there is otill room for great improvement alon,
all lines, and we most cordially invite all people
of all classes and pprquits in life, to come and viA
it the faiw, and to 6ybibit with us, and to put
their tihoUtder to tbj 'Wheel with us and with one
mighty push make this'one of the most glorious
spots on God's greet , arth.
We beg to assure our fellow citizens that we
shall do our utmost to promdte the interest of all
our people and only iak your kindly help in aid.
ing to carry out our good intentions.
J. MD. Bruce,
J. E. Boggs,
J. N. Hallum,
C. L. 0. Thompson,
* *o Publicity Committe.
Look Out
F 0- . C * I I S T M A
. Santa Claus .Will Wa
- A lot of good things :
the little folkes, big folks, young folks, old
and all kinds of folks. We have got ti
for them all. The Irrgest line of cand3
ried in Pickens from a "Big Red Stic
to the fluest chocolates and Ron
Bons. Oranges and Ap
ples of the very best
varieties and
enough for
you all. A big line
of staple
and fancy
groceries
aud in fact
we carry
just most
anything
you need.
Wishing you a merry
Christmas. We appreciat any
trade you may give us.
Ashmore & Nimn
ORCANIZED 1901.
CAnTER, W. T. O'DELL.
President. Vice President,
LIBERTY* BAN
LIBERTY, S. C.
Prloit - - - -
DI RECTOR S.
. B. MonoANC' W. T. O'DELL,
N- MORGAN. J. CARTER,
Accounts of Merchants, T'armers, Firma, and Individuals sol
W. E. Freeman i
"AT THE OLD STAND."
Eliave s me rare bargains. ii
mid misses' cloaks and jac]
Long cgats in ahmgst any
$'2.50, $3, $4, $4.50 and upv
Boy's knee-pants suits
.n1 price from $1.25 upward.
We have everything in
>f fancy groceries that y
1eed for the holiday season
Try some of our green<
1.0 lbs for $1.00.
Ii1. E. Fel'un B
RIM
1. 7%e ihibition wiftibe in 64"cour house
and will be open to the public on Thutsday De.
cember 19th and close on Saturday December
21st..
2 Premium llsts, etc., can be ad by applying
to the secretary at Piokene, 8. 0.,
8 All exhibits must be on hbind on ur be fore
the 18th of December.
4 The exhibition of articles not enumerated in
this list is inviteod ud will be a Migned.
5 Awards will be designated by the tyisg of
iibbons as followe:
First Premium. Blue Ribbon.
Second " Red "
Third " White "
Fourth " Yellow " F-r V. H. 0.
(very highly commended)
FIELD DEPARTMENT
In 'his department we espeolily solicit exhibits
md ribbons will be given as follows: For
Beat bushel of Wheat
"i " Barley
" " Oats (any variety)
4 66 Peas 66 4
" S' Potatoei (any variety)
I. Potatoes " 6
" Ear Corn 44 44
" Peck White Onionsi
Beat Bale Pea vine hay.
largest Turnip
HORRE DEPARTMEN it.
(Horse Show on Friday.)
Best Single harness animdl, mare or hrae
Best pair harness animals mares or horses
DELIC
S. (UNDER SES
nt.
I any running a fir!
r0r the very best trade.
folks and MEALS AT
te very
r car- Everything in Season t
Fi
Also, handle Car
Coffee. Candies, Bana
Soft Drinks, Cigars, Sn
Your patronage r
I accorded to all.
J. P.
Fish and Oysters for sa
H. A.
Is ENERAL. MERCHAI
WIRE FEN
R, C. SmIrEY,
Cashier. H0 OR SE
K, IHIGH, 7
%00,0 Bull
Strong
iLOSOD Chicken
Cf~: Sun~vProof
cie.Hog.
00Co Tights
*Nothing
lais can run thr<
or climb OVE
rets.___ __
c l'"r at
ranging HvU Y
the line This is the season of t
or '1lopcoat, or a heavy
OU. Will more comfortable than:
on the temper and mor<
~Owing to the stringen
~Offee at ing our vast stock at gr
IL RO]l
k I
Best stion,
Be'sf jack
Beat colt under one year old
Best mille colt under one year old
Iest singlo harness mule
poet pair larnessmnles.
Best pair work muuies.
FRUIT DEPART3fENT
All sealed fruits-Not lesI than one qu ort.
Best prodnotion
All kinds of fresh fruits.
All kinds of ensuned vegetables
Best can r f jams anly hins'
Bet can of preserves
Best can of jelly
Bet can of pickles
Beat floral display -
Best floraleri'lection.
NEEDLE AND FANCY WORK
..E310ibit anything yoi haive in this line.
Orochstiing, ktilttiug. sewing, woven counter
Paies, quilta, enmbrideflry work, drawn work,
table linen. pin and sofa cus'ions.
Loaf bread, cakes, etc. solicited to be put on
exhibition.
Cotton mills invited to exhibit their products.
Sports: Under this teading several premiums
*ill h6 offered for fnot rNes, high JumpS, wheel
bairow aid anck rabes, pig ace, climbing greasy
pole, etc., etc. These races are to come of Sat
urday a9td will bt fignred out, and announciid on
that d'. It will be a d yJf spo-ta. COume pre.
pated to take part in any thing that turns up.
AT ESSEN.
ITINEL-JOURNAL OFFICE.)
,t class RESTAURANT and cater to
ALL HOUR.
QUICK' LUNCHES.
iat the Markets afford.
sh and Oysters Fridays and Saturdays.
ned Goods, Fancy Groceries, Sugar,
nas, Oranges, Apples, Sundries and
1oking and Chewing Tobaccos.
espectfully solicited. Polite attention
Wakefield, Mgr.
le Fridays and Saturdays.
R IC> <
JKiENS4. .
IDISE AND COUNTRY PRODUCE,
SELLS T HE BEST
GING ON EARTH!
7/E WEL.
)dgh its crawl under
r and break it.
m THACoat?
Vie year when you need an Overcoat
wveight Suit, and it is cheaper and
t doctor or drug bill and less wearing
conducive of cheerfulness.
cy of the maOvl~ market we ar nffer..A
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