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Netees"of Sale, Wants. Swaps, etc.
ginseutedia bis Column at 5 cents per
linoofr ieach Insertion. Nothing taken
for loasthan 10 cents.
yonm AuE-17 acreq, original forest,
miles north of Pickens, .30 an sore;
r75 acres west of Woodall Mtountain, 10
-eres brauch bottom, balance in timber,
Wprice $10 nere, cash deal. E-. V. KEiTH.
1. F. D,, No. 4, Pickens, 8. 0.
Carload of Obelisk Floinr just received
a-t H. A. Ilichey's.
Pay your guano bills at once. I can
:uot carry theso jiccounts3 any longer.
,Como to eoe us prepared to makt, settle.
w:nert. H. A. RICHEY.
One thouseud dollars' wort.h of watch
m.ic to go at cost ft r the next ton d-ys.
X-L oSnider, Easloy, S. 0.
From rgifi date nun'il .Tanuary 10th my
..ritire took of Dry Goods, Millinery,
.Shoes,iJJatq, etc., is for Ralle at and be.
I.ow toat.. T. U. Robinson,
dee 26tS Norriq, 8, C.
Drop Dr. iMeton a ptial Id lie will
1 calU .and -41o your children's dental work
xwhile tey mare at home for Christmas.
iFrom the let day of January, 1908, f
-vill'bael my goods strictly for cash. No
Sgoods wNU be charged to a single person.
.t do this simply because it is a matter of
)bmeiness. My stock consists of Dry
#-Goals, Shones, Notions, Groceries, and a
(Generd Line of Merchandise. I have
inut the prices down on them so as to
giveyWu the advantage of paying cash
dar your soods, Come and see me. I
;mil treat you right. J. F. JENNINUS,
Iiberty, 8, 1.
%e Of Final SelfliIft t and Dis
Notieeis hereby given that f -0 makA
iapplionfien to J. B. Newberyp VA .
Judgeo-If&Probaite for Pickena cou'i I.n
ithe'Mateiof South Carolina, on the- Ah
. doy ofl~ebruary, 1908, at 11 o'clock )6
Uhe Yforenoon., or as soon thereafter i
id application can be heard, for leave
to makoinual settlement of the estate o
.Bnrnett ?mith, deceased, and obtain
.discharge as .adminietratrix of 'aid es.
'tate. Lucy A. Smith,
Notide to Deitors and Creditors.
- Alhpersons holdigola ma Against The
Metate 4f:the late 3. E. Wsatt must pre.
6ent the same du lyproven on or before
thefirst dy A-eb. U1908, or be debarred
paymout; and All ,pereenS indebted to
said estate, must -matke payment on or
eore the "bove date to the undersigned.
Dec. 19.107, 13. J. G. Wyatt,
Adwrst., -Greeuville, . E.
'1160 do Pensisners.
I will be -in the conrthouse every day
in January, 19%8, for the purpose at
makmnr out applic:Ationa for old oldjier
and widows that.are -not now getting
lpensions, and wi"h toapply for pnsioi..
All now drawgh %ill continue to get
IPeLrAon witho1ut arthe appleation. -
J. B3. Newtey
Pension Commissaioner.1 I
NOTICE TO TFACBi2ns
Pickens, bl. 0., D~ec. 2S, 1907.
l'here will be an exanwnation for
'teachere in the courthouse Friday, Jan.'
1, 1908. Examination to commence aet
9 o'clock. By order of State Board of
Education. R. T1. Erm,
.Co. Snpt. Education.
SNotice to.Debtors and Creijers.
All persons holding claims against the
'estate of the late Rt. B3. Ooebian~ must
Present the same duly proven on or bea
fore the 1st day of March, 1908, or b~e
delbarred payme -t: andtail persone in
.4ebted to said estate mu4t make pay.
Went on or before the above date-to-the;
M~rs. Lena M. Coobran,
Menecn, S. C., Jan. 9, 1908.-t3
* The Auditor will begin to take returns
for -fiscal year 19U08, on January 1st and
eontinue till February 20 withiout penal.
ty after -which tiue 1o per cent will be
Sadded as prescribed by Jawv.
- N. A, CHI RISTOPHER,
- County Auditor.
., Notice to Detors and Creditors.
All persons llhlig elauims against the
estato of the late E. H. Lawruence must
jil proeent t he same duly lPrsven on or be.
fore thn let, day '.f lAlay, 1908. or be de.
b~arred pay mnent; and all persons indent
ed to said estate must make pay.
.ruolt og or b'fore tho abcve date to tht
-nudersigne-l. .1. H. Lawrence,
. C. Lawrence,
Liberty, 8. 0 1an. 9, 1908-t8
We ncver expeci
set the price on s
that come but on
ANYBODY can a
have one. We have
is like a man cuttinl
way we have done it,
T H E
Whe. KUteglen Cweled.
In his book "WeLrk In Great 4itle
the bishop of London writes: "You
have often not antly to learn, but to
practice, what may bie deseribed as the
foot and door trick. It is ruination to
the boot and sometiumes hurts the itoe,
but it conisit in rapidly, but quickly,1
passing the foot in the moment the1
door is opened .In onfer to secure, at
any rate, a few. minutes' parley." Asj
to what may happen be writes: "AfterJ
long heeftation it wi be opened by a
little girL about half a foot, and then
you will hear a distant voie from the
wash tub~ in the rear, 'iWell, Sally, who
is 1t2' Then Sally will answer at the
top of her voice, 'Please, mother, It's
religion.' You wtll require all your
presence of mind to cope with that."~
The time camp, however. wheda every
Lloor was thrown wide open to we
Pomo "our bishop."-London Christian
Tt was not n young woman noveliat.
but Charles Sumnor; of whom the late
li. . Godkin, the New York editor,
He works his adjectives so hard that
If they over catch him alone they will
Sleep and Longevity.
Sleep is as necessary as air or food.
Those who shirk the sleep of lire are,
only hastening unconselously to the
sleep of death.-Blrusseia lad~ependatnce
The Tramp'o View.
"The times nre getthig worse. They
ofrered me work a t five different pineen
Silk ared velvet put out the kiLhen
Dry Goods, M
r PRCK I te LfLIrN
onw f the goods, an(d os
ce in a lifetine.
dvervise a but i:.
the goods and aISo the
off hisown leg to mIE
but we have the sand
2aders in Loi
CK E NS,
G SALIE 1e El
ihe thi, ut we will 1
ill, we are giving ba
takes GOODS and
grit to cut down the
L114 down some of the
and. you can get the
lard of the Soul
time fish guanc
pi ices,. It