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Brother Editor, A Wo
,Pickens County is coming
the world to know of her
sources, so she will hold a F
'22-24, to which you and all
dially invited to attend. Cc
our dominion, and stay with
-take up thy abode in a lai
honey-a land good to look
The Pickzns County Ioult
Third Annual Show in cor
County Fair--Sept. 22-24.
oughbred poultry to exhibit N
and cash premiums wiil be
Hallum, Secretary, Pickens,
It will be a comparison shc
Will yon please convey thi
ers, especially the "poultTy C
are going to do and urge the
Pickens Connty Agricultural
Pickenls Sael e-Joulrnal
PMEMINS3W R.VErRY THU1tSwT MIOKNINOi.
The Sentinel-Jurnal Company.
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PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY AUGUST 19.1909,
A Fair Proposition.
This is an antithesis, in a sense,
because it is a proposition to hold
a Fair in Pickens Sept. 22-24,
and we ask every reader of this
paper, every citizen of the coun
ty, to get very busy and "make
hay while the sun shines."
There is scarcely five weeks in
which to do what-has to be done,
so it behooves every man, wo
man and child to get busy and
stay busy untill the Fair is pull
eliminated, and now the time
for work is at hand.
All hands and the cook must
work and work hard and fast.
- The sluggard will have to get out
of the way and make room for
The headquarters of the fair
association is a veritable beehive;
orders are being issued to the
chairmen of the various com
mittees, who in turn see that
they are promptly executed.
Each committee sees to it that
the work laid out is quickly and
carefully executed and there will
be no hitches along this line.
The thing we want to impress
upon our readers is the fact that
the time is short and anything
you are asked to do should be
done now. Don't put it off.
On the ready and willing help
of the people depends the success
of the show.
If you are asked to contribute
money to defray expenses or to
make up a premium, or to place
an exhibit of some kind, do so
with cheerfulness. In this way
we will get all the help andassis
tance neede-d and pull off a suc
ces;ful and creditable fair.
We shall not write along this
line again, and if you do not act,
we will take it for granted that
Pickens county people do not
care to progress and advance.
Every indication now points
to a better fair than last year
and the right amount of push
and energy spent, now, at the
right time, and in the right direc
tion, assures success.
The Poultry association has
been asked to join the fair and
make their exhibit at this time.
They have availed themselves
of this opportunity and will
make a most creditable exhibit.
The various committees of the
poultry association are now busi
ly engaged ureparing a premium
list and are meeting with grea
They also have the promis'
from many pieople, not
in t .count',, but elsev
and the. exrect the lar'
hibition of birds ever
The premium list, r2
rd With You, Please.
to the forefront, and-wants
possibilities and varied re
tir at Pickens C. H., Sept.
[f your subscribers are cor
me, behold the glories of
us. "Join Gideon's Band"
id flowing with milk and
ry Association will hold i-,
nection with the Pickcn.;
It asks all raisars of t'ior
vith them. Valuable prizes
offered. Write Dr. J. N.
;. C., for premium list.
w, F. J. Marshall, judge.
s information to your read
ranks", tell them what we
m to exhibit and attend the
Fair and Poultry Show.
poultry shmw, as. well, is an ex
Ckllent one and consists in large
part of cash prizes, vhile other
hand.some premiums will be giv
en-such as a 2-horse wagon,
harness, buguy poles, Studebak
er, jr., waoon, guano, silver
ware, shot guns, etc. In one
instance a prize of $50 in gold is
offered. Prizes amounting to
over $100 in money will be offer
ed by the poultry show, besides
You cannot help but compete
and take part in the greatest fair
ever held in South Carolina.
Here's to the success of the
Pickens County Fair.
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas, it has pleased Al
mighty God to remove from our
midst our beloved brother, Maj.
D. F. Bradley.
Therefore, be it resolved:
First, that we bow in humble
submission in the presence Of
that Providence which has sev
ered the golden chain of 'frater
n%al love which bound us to him
by ties'which nothing but death
Second. That in his death Keo
nlas Deen canetu ??wm iaoor m1 meI
earthly temple to rest and re
freshment in that temple not
made with hands erternal in the
Third. That Keowee Lodge1
hereby tenders its most cordial
sympathy to the bereaved wid-1
ow and relations and commend1
the record of his exalted charac
ter to the emulation of all true
Fourth. That a copy of these
resolutions be suitably engrossed
and presented to his family in
testimony of the high esteem in
which he was held by the of
ficers and members of this
Fifth, That a page in our
minute book be inscribed to his
memory, and that a copy of
these resolutins be sent to the
county papers for publication.
R. T. Hallum
F. E. Cox 1
W. J. Bolt
For Cotton Weigher.
The many friends of Henry A. Towns,
announce him as a candidate for cotton
weigher for Pickens Township, subject
to the action of the voters at the elec
tion August 21st, 1909.
The many friends of T. 0. Allgood
hereby announce him as a candidate for
cottorn weigher, subject to the action of s
the voters in the election on the 21st of
Tho friends of will P. Stewart, res- ~
pectfully announce him as a candidate
for cott,.n weigher, subject to the action 1
of the voters at the election August 21st
The many friends of W. E. Stephens
hereby announce him as a candidate for
cotton weigher. subject to the action of
the voters in the election the 21st of
Notice of Final Settlement and Dis
Noisis hereby given that Iwl
maeapplicatftn to J. B. Newberry
Es.i.. Judge of Probate for Pickens
countv. in the State of South Carolina.
on the 15th (lay of Sept 1909,. at 11_
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
after as said application can be heard, i
for leave to make fina' settlement of the '
- state of John W. l)av:s deceased, and Is
In discharge'as administrator of P
~te. Mlrs. Lula L. Davis
.o Debtors and Creditors.
>ersons holdsn claims agair s:
te of the late Jo'mn w. Dl:tie
re#ent the samte duly proven on c
.ore the 15'h day <,f Sea e tr i
,or be debarred pas mnw : an i:'l1
:ons indebted to said evate, ms ,
&epayment on or befor e the above J
.te, t> the undersigned. c
Mrs. L~ula L. Davs,.
P. P. P.
Malos Marvolos aos in Blao Poisoan, Rhou Scrohla.
V.i P. P. purifles the blood, builds up the weal tated, gives
stren.-i to weakened irives, expels disease, giving health and
hiappin ss, ww i sickness, gloomy feelings and lassitude ed.
In lood poison, mercurial poison, malaia, dysp( I all blood
and skin diseases, like blotches, pimples, old chroi etter, scald
head, we say w ithout fear of contradiction that P. F best blood
purifier in tl v.rld.
Ladis wios,% ystems are poisoned and whose blot impure con
<litioln lue to ,.,wnstrnal irregularities, are peculiarly py the won
derful tonic an: blood cleansing properties of P. V y Ash, Poke
Root and Potassium.
F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNA
1, ico acres i mile from C. H. known Ferguson
>lace, 65 acres cleared, 2 houses, sma'l outi f Niou want
in extra good place close to town let nie s this, a bar
)ain at ,5500. Terms.
2, 50 acres 6 1-2 miles above town new ouse, pint
;mall outbuilding, 16-acres in go)d state c ion balance
n h--avy oak timber i-? mile from school . e. from 2
:hurches. this is one of the best small V ve on list.
3, 83 - acres 6 miles above C. H. 4 se 20 a res
cle..red balance original forest I asture w :hool house
1 25 yards fro.n door some of this land is t it is cheap
4, 50 acres 6 1-2 miles west of C. H4, iilt house of
t 16 ft square roorr s with hall batween, g and neces
;ary outbuildings, fine young orc'lard of > trees jist
>earing, 12 acres in high state of cultivati es enclosed
.n barb wire fence. Let me show you th er acre.
5- 150 acres, 8 miles vest of court h icres of fine
ottom land, 6o acres cleared, 2 house iry outbuild
ng, 34 mile from school and church. this in two
tracts if desired. Some of this land is t I consider
t good value at $2,ooo.
If you do not find on this list what write or call
n me for full descriptive list of farms It different sec
tions of the county. I may have the vt you are look
ng for. If you wish to sell, see me.
Yours for busir
I M. He r,
Box 264. .:kens, S. C.
W elbiani u
Saturday night closed our sale and -his method of
:hanking the people who g- teir p. so liberally to
Nard the success of it. The big sign Iled down Sat
irday night and it is with regret th; good bye to
:he last thirty days of merchandising, Il continue the
ale for a few days longer to clean uj .dds and ends
ind short lengths, that have accumula the sale, The
>rices will be real interesting. Come ck up some of
:hese great Bargains.
CRAIG B - . S.
STATEMENT OF THE C( i OF
THE LIBERT ANK,
iocated at Liberty, S. C., at the close o June 23rd, 1909.
oans and Discounts..... ...... ....869.8639 77 Cail (i
-e rd Lfoans .......... ........ ...,1 746 dvdurn xei
'r iture and iture. ..0....... . . .6 40 im eioi. ... 1.417
ue from lianks and Trust Companies 7,158 86.Csir oi
urvency......... .... .... ... ..... 2.575 00 HlsPyCriiae o
old... ............................ 425 00 Moe. ............ OSJc
lver and other Coin ....... ... .......615 91
Before e came i. C. Srnizi, Cashier's br h bigdl wr
Sworn o andsubscibed eforeme th Bills dayun
orret-Ates: '' lER,otrren xpu
where tocBity theeBe.t 18R9BALSA
aC ert ~ifie te r .
bek n ash ns... ... ........ 15 00ldu
Tota l... ..- .. .. . .. .. .. . .8 ,tu7 ot l. . Y...... oo..8 .02 7
TATEOR SUTAL ilvrLaeA,ee
Befot e aegg. 1.00R.FY Caer 1Of FruibOt whbeng jelly glswern
uasnteoe ahforchingft8temet of resndto-assow brhebok
J.ai Hn T..RRIG.A o bargai, LoeY
Sworn RodIsand susrbdbfRes hdaofJune
. H. as lRGAaN
. up vr 1'. Di er.IICRI'w lIhawdr urnte
Whr t te etdoRheM
OTIC isherby ive tht iwil I . andtthe rill go tor
Wyande eggsaio t . $1.0 peer5 rit .bers,n jeldy glase
'Eruarantee of hrath of 8out of preservatertey
.5. in T . StAteoRoTIDG E Anot a u eaahn.nn
w1o orki' ath f or 15ho iced5c
n th 4 daylo Seot. 1cost.atA5bandain
~id aelicaton carbehherd, foiles.
Notake f si ettlement. saeo 0 e lbnon ke eery atho in
.mer dppecaio,nd toJ..Nbt rry i0.. I 1 ot~ c seem han.rUh
Esar ugeaieto o ProadesforPens plety of iSwethr,thy
. H.Amber dceaed,adbain dis. i-gine e nsaeghgh.
A t 9 7?
FD ~ Il olvas I1
8'P~ Be Voti enSV or
Voll 0111 best service.
Look into cur show win-lo
the foremost makers, they req
For Sale. Exchange or Swap
What y-,u go! I trail o!?
Got avything yi want to dispos.e of?
W1h-t d(i yon w:a1.
Trade (df so!nthJin i ou have got for
so methiig you. havel'Ct got.
Will se!l or swap you two good bicy
cles. on. with cio: ster brake
Will swp yIi 'Ol sOWIng M2chine.
One good s.-kw - iwchme, "Ameri
can" for s,0- for $10 10.
Geod o!ig ston- for sale, for $i .00.
mneindih g s .mn a as i'fs.
Wante: kEnir to six hn. p. Peerless
b,oiler an ni .
To se'll ir tr:ale: A 15~ h p. Erie c;ty
sewinrr. nowhine ft r a for 22. .ni. TIhiL.
michine? re.auls for ;.
One fine rorp he&aid, new sewing ma
chir to excharge for a good milch cow.
O new 25 hi p. gasohnie engine~ for
s ale for 9.50. ID:tail price 12'>00.
One spht r didl g aineegin', new
guar-nrted, :. ib. ;-. <ngiine retaji's for
25.(.0, to' swa p fir g' ii horse.
Or.e spletnid P.1 et rh..e - h~I. p. stationery
eniginre to t: inl'. W hat will you giv.e
HIave goni 6 to' " h, rei'5 .1'. in spendhil
c rmdrtionir o sWI fir 1' i. n:.sh. or will
sell for h-5 0 1 prIn. a<'. balance se
cured by uisr.:I paper:.
One 2d hmOid. j. ' iood shtape ti
tr a l.
wvagon. Jh: a newii A
W h Ie.li & i .e e . 'nO: m:: un,
in good fix I. I 1"
(ble helamp n i :- :' c n-: h no. ud
by te Ne 15 -: --- 1 r bii -Iei:. p .
One mi w* Ih i' h.-a if h p .i n i n~i.
ti;is fItr 4 .t)'
On I n .v i P in 'n:wh t.-. 5 .!rawe'
for 1(6 "0. Ti : n.: c'.rir e : mi' :. r s
Beifoire b)it h-g I iin'- I r *r:pi.
- IbeFx l.' *
He ca' fix unI i';.
Summons for Reliei.
ST ATE 0O' sul' il i* iaL!>.\
('oun I t of i Pi'ns
Court if (onoco E ij(i
Sunmmonis for llel:lf ('- ne. .s r vedi.
Ben R. Ti lhnert. I 'efeni -nt.
To ..he lIefendanti abtove t:rOid:
Yoi. are herehrv surnm in anid r.
q1uired to ar,swer tIre ..ph nt in th
action, oif w.hic h a no > is here withi
serv.ed uiponi yOu, :rr;l ii - vi* a:op
of' your anrswver to thei s ii .miti tint iin
the subiscribe'rs at their 1:im at 1'e ken.i
('ourt ltiuso, SouithiI~ <-r..:.ria w:th:n
twenty dlays after the sevc hri,of,
exclusive oif the day iof s-n-h serv ice: and
if you fail toi at.ir t' compijl itt
within thre time af' r,'s:id, thre p111;ii
in this action wi'l appily. to thre Court
for the relief demr uided in th - com-.
Date Ja'y 26, A. b i l 9.
Morg mt & Maiuldi a.
P'lamoitlf. At.to"'- v.
To the al sent d.'fenrdant Ben R To!
PlEase take n t'e that the c.rmplaint
in the above state I :iet:i'n, and thre sum
m~ons, of which the~ for, g ing is a copy,
were filed in th r iiO. uof A. J. Hoggs,
DIerk of Court if I 'entni on PH-as for
Pickens County. S. C., on July 26;th. A.
Morgan & Ma i.- ni,
Plainrtiff's A i* eys.
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.
.Oice over Plckens Bank.
Let us array you in one of our
many new st% les handled by us of
some of the most famous manufa-c
turers, and lead you to a mirror.
You look at your reflection
and the hard-to-pleas disappears at
Ve have dealt with lots of men
who came to us skeptical of our
ability to satisfy them with ready
They are regular customcis now;
once you w-ar our clothes, is A
enough to kill all prejudice, The
spring styles are very sensible and
We have tried to consult all
tastes in making our selections, and
we believe we have succeeded.
hai'd to ple: NNe, we sind :1d lo 1
ws, you will see there a display of new models from some 01
>res-nt the latest fashions, and you will spot them at once as
Yours to please,
R4EI NV%IL E, . C.
Pursmant to agreement amon- the le
tal heirs at law of 11rs. M r ,IXr
decv-s2-d. I otter at privats11 1 -
lowing describwd propet- ir i i Ion:
Eighty one ;.cred ff good :an.: 1 pen
to cultiv:.tion. some bott> m ln, in
good stato of cultivation. -'
Good six-room dwelling hou. barns,
stables and necessary ouitbu ldin g. A M.o
goo,l well of water and tenan. louseson
p1hw e. 1'our miles S. wV. (~of Pi!wns on
B. 11 Shoals road, and known as the~ V.
A. Fergusmn hoime place. To It s perfect.
For piice. terms and ither iri orniation
caill on or. write.
RCF.O G. L EWIS,
R.F . No. 2. Pickens, S. C.
W'vhere we do all kinds of REPAIR WORK and WOOD
WORK of all descriptions.
Our repair department is prepared to lix anything in the
wood line, such as buggies, wagons, chairs, bedsteads, burearx,
wv ish-stands, lounges, etc. In fact, if it is made of wood we
can make it or rep air it, Give us a trial and be convinced.
First class work or no pay.
Yours to fix it,
W ADE BROT HE RS,
Ashrnore Building Pickens S. C.
A IJEWEL CASE
is the delight of every woman. To see
the magnificent ornaments thait we are
/ shown ing for the S rin:g trade. io~ to want
/ many ornaments for your casket.
I TIME PI ECES
from the thinnefst and tiniest watches to
* -~ .<and plated ware is complete in fine de-.
~ ( ~S signs at moderate prices. Inspection in
New, Fresh, Crisp *
I have spared no means in securmng for uiis Spring's buts
iness the newvest and freshest goods that could be found, a,id
at the lowest p)rices such goods can be sold for.
Our goods and prices are such as to give us a SPECIA\L
SALE all the time. We do not havec to try to fool the people
into "Special Sales" My 20 years business reputation justi
fies me in saying that you get what you buy and what we
promise, when you buy from us.
AS TO OUR GOODS: We have almost anything inl
stock that the average buyer of dry noods may n '
pecially do we call attention to white
grand assortment of these goods in pl .
in prices io, 15, 25, 35 and 5oc. the y
OUR COLORED WASH GOO
seasons offering we have ever shown. ..s or
both Men's and Ladies Under Vests await you here,' also
Men's and Ladies Neckwear and Hosiery, plain and fancy no
tions and head ornaments of all kinds.
NOW FOR THE STAPLES. The best shirtin, cali
coes for 5c. The best aud heaviest 36 inch wide sheeting
that can be sold for 5c. Cotton Checks and Ginghams at 5c.
Remembe me when you want good shoes at low prices.
A. K. PA RK,
West Ende G.ret Zi'i11O, Si'