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7 NeticeN of anIe, Wnts. Swaps, etc,
er 1in tis Colinai t ,ll ft cellts por
r each insertion. Nothinig takenl
f I ethu iOc
a SALE.-I have several nice bull.
ding lot-. for sale. All inside of incor
porate nlmits of the town of Pickens.
Alrices reason able and terms to suit the
nurchrIer, B. C. Baker.
Fox Stmrp-17 acres, originnl forest,
X& miles north of Pickens, $30 an acre;
- 7 aicrs west of Woodall Nonutain, 10
acres brauch bottom, balance in timber,
.rico l0 aere, clah delI. E. F. KEITH.
. . ,, No. 4, Pickens, S. c.
Carload of Obelisk Flour just received
at -H. A. Richey's.
Pay your guano bills at once. I can
not carry time accounts any longer.
_Comie to see us prepared to make. settle.
:uent. H. A. RICHEY.
fmproved Cotton Seed for Safe.
This cotton is extra early and adapted
to short seasons. Also Truitt's Improv..
ed .:arly Big Boll.
JAMES M. BARR.
,f6b20%'4 Easley, 8. C.
totice to Road Hands.
The Supervisor and Commissioners
give fair notice that every man liable to
road.duty will be mada to work 5 days
on the coade if they do not pay their
road tax. Roads will be left in each
school district to be worked by workers,
and not the scrapeas, and thosa who do
r.ot Iay now cannot pay after but will
Aie required to work or be prosecuted.
E. F. LOOPER,
Internal Revenue Service,
District of South Carolina,
Deputy Collector's Oice,
Pickens, S. C , Feb. 24, 1908.
~Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing-deseribed property having been
seized on the 24th day of February, 1908.
-near Broi n's Mountain, in Pi kt ni
'county, X. ''., for violation of Sectionas
3242 and 329t, R. S. U. S., parties claim
ing the s-uni must file bond in the 'AIL
lector's office within thirty (lays of the
dlate hereof, or the same will be forfei.
ed to the United States: One 1-horse
wagon, 1 mule, 1 set single harness, 1
shot gun, 2 rIle-gun. - gallons corn
whisky, seized froma, J. C. W ade.
JOEIN P. SCRUCGS.
feb .2 Dep. Col. 3d Dis. S. V.
WATCHJ THE RFNCS
in outr dI 'iiny. Se htunw they' glisten
andI gttter. No wondeir 13they mke lth"
mot * lrlept abl its as wel iii s h most
enduri nd iki ,,..w V~il~i
tlae rut . n:n e Ii :. we h Hl .
TIME IS IONEY
Th1'I .is i ut ats trute in regatrd to Sewitng
Machinc's ats antythiung oiset.
(By at-ing L~ong hunt il e ain. a. nto
wmatue' - )owv well madl., you aro actuanlly
'throwmga atway three bn. u ' ut of every
1'IE STA \'A flD WOTiA! Y AIUTTI.E
SEW 4IN M GPIlNI
*lill make 20 s' itch s in th-' san'e tm
JLong SIhuttle Mneh~liir. oan ke only' '0(0.
Thel "tiandard] Rotary P),ine'ple'is tnsat
-- acien- ihenaly corret wIh ieb fac.t haiq
een rven by 25 ycr i f snaeepsfgoi
-- se in all pata of th.. wrinl aia lay our
-'4om'Iuptitors t on'ainIuoaty Ininst to 'on'v
r athoutt ituccsai~ T11i E STANDARf
-..(MRAN.D ROTARY. THIE WOR1,D's
-REST~V SEWYINcG M;AcrlNE. Is two
o machin, a n one.--Lock atnd Chain Rtstcht
----1 1earina Snam'--.Strvaiaht Anti.
anaktic L.Iit. I.X u,v fi l a,, invesitigate
~thte moras" of the FaL'. t. Miost SIba.n
- l. st lRunnting and a be motst nrabbit
Sewing MIiIach, tunue. Il E 8 PA1N~ D.
ARD) ROTARY. '"A de-mopnattiatIon, as
-a revelation." Write fir price, a nd
JEsity Payment Plain. Outarantead Sew
n lg Machines $12.00 up
ETe 8tnndard Sewing~ Machine 00.
a S. Broad fi.. At '.t ,
made the buyint
could expect. \
their share of ba
last day is Marcl
way of furniture
friends to do lik
FOR SAFE kEEP
TIheir Mafe~ hos~ been trie iand foutnd 11urglat~ I n ..
I.berni Tntredu~ sItowed on) Ti:nt' De prai-s 4e . '. ir
you up s ti:-fn toriAy,
THE LIBERTY BAI
aild 1Bu1i111ss Uni1
Atlanta, Ga., also Albany, Gi. lIri'
Over 15,ooo Graduates in P1ositions
Rleceve 1000A ap'plications every yoar for llookkeers~, steno- r" phe o
Etc. Au naveranoc of two openings for every t-tudent thet .tLi.,~ I n.- Ncaothe
70 ty pewriting machines, t"'e l:; ::l';/;l
Tihe Southeorn also condutst theo
ATLANTA SCHOOL OF TEIJ'GR A
Upon whicht institti tho ra~ilroa-a andt tele;;r.rp)h cornpjaale.II te4onstaiII
,Main Line Wires Run into This Scht
Write for cetalogue. Enter ntow. The Srouthernx Ia Ihe oblioat atui larg
in the South. Adidress,
A. C. BRISCOE, Pres., or W. L. ARNOLD,
:he short notice of our liberal offer we I
r public our sale has been everything thai
Ve want every one in reach of Pickens to
rgains before this sale closes. Remember
i j oth. If you expect to buy anything in
, clothing, shoes, dry goods, etc., now is
;ive a lot of money. Come and tell all
MNNI.A ON 1
-' T here is generally ahwa
-4 j and especially is this traie i:
- ~ gencies have wve prepared.
andl quote some prices that
ing the right goods at right
ked B 'Top Hames
a Good Root Plow 1Hames
Heavy RwHide Huame
D.odson's Paten t H- ame I
K*Good Plind P'low BridIe
Good Open i
i i " Heavy C.ollar Pads
Plaited Plow Li nvs (y2 fe
% " Best Cotton l.ines (e
QJ Single WAagon Lim-s,
I4-LI ned Strapni ed I 'itch
i le.Lvv' St'eel Dir:>hing Shi
Red Ja.tket Axes
re;wazn.I Og'emat,,u Kle' Pect Axes
- tvu wn'i s ,ii' Circle Foot Plow Stocks
A few more "Redl Chietf
pH y --verything in Piow Sh
y: eag r, i .r . We are still s. lling Piedl:
o.Comue to see us and let u
tlni o;W .,E. FIRI
Weive coupos with e'
ys something nee ded on the farm,
the spring. For all such emer
B~elowv we give a few suggestions
will no doubt appeal to you as be
tra heavy 65c.
String i oc,
(; $1.25 and $r.-50
et lonlg) per pair -25c.
2 feet long) per pair 35C
$1i.25, $1.59, $1.7 5
Torks . 5oc
T oc. and i 5c.
Corn Shellers $1.75.
niont Mil~i~ig Co.'s Flour.
s figure with you.
EEMAN- & Ci0.
13 Oldl Stand.2"
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