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f IjS v= THURDAY 11LMG
0h Buthle-50ural Company,
EInsudin ra e Bseconble.
THUBSDAY NOVEMBER 18.1909
I wish thatland in this
country was worth $100 an acre
so people would take better care
of it," remarked a well known
farmer in presence of the writer
yesterday. The, fact is that
most land in this country is
orth -$100 an acre or more, and
f peoole would only take better
-care of it, it would bring that
price and better.
owners of the new Boklyn tun
fbl are much disappointed. Not every
strap on every train was In use the
frst day. Still they should give such
staid persons as Brooklynites at least
a week to get the tu.nnel habit
Automobile scorchers are to be put
In jail. That #ls treatment more near
ly fltting the disease. Some scorch
ers would rather- pay a. nne than
edpeanuts.- It makes them feel he
role without crippling them finan
A pubshers catalogue -divides
books Into three, lists: "Famous
Books," "Readable Books,"' "Gift
Books." No book appears In more
than one list. This is an amusing -
comment on "the present state of lit
Laura Jean Libbey has copyrighted p
I1 new plays at one fell swoop. Evi- m
dently the pleasant fiction that work- d
tg girls are always persecuted and
then marry fabulously wealthy young
men with large, dark eyes Is consid
ed good for many more encores.
-New York hotel keepers wil learn
tfter awhile. Henceforth when a man
signsf name- "Duke de Deadbeat"
something quite as noble and Im
Oulve itwi. be to the street for
nmless he has a few tons of bag- .
age along s an evidence of good al
finthernea agh McCulloch says ol
tstoniendo not getaahow before se
a Jury, umleas they arg pretty, and
- btheya 'get too much of a show.
1'iIdea that any one should slan
~er-the gils that way! Our under
aiauatngof It'was that they were all ft
'Science Is about to prove that ant. y
- al enery Is developed by electricity p:
adthat the human body -Is a battery
- bgeerating the subtle fluid from C
tbe-food products the person ab- J
aorhs at abanquet, afreelunch coun'
ter or elsewhere. After the subjeot
has been developed more thoroughly y
Verhaps when we are sick we shall C
send for the electrician Instead of for ]g
thepliysician, as In the .presenZJ,
R. E. LEWIS, Ph.
Next Door to Post Office. .
Dry Goods, Shoes,
To the readers of the S
You are hearing of HIGHER*
I believe Cotton will be higher.
have bought -one of the large
goods-piece goods, men's and'
shoes-in a word, a stock of goc
general public, that I have ever]I
POSITIVELY that my prices are
goods LOWER than last season.
I do not advertise to give awa
for 5c.-I can't do that. But
* PRICES with the "give aways" i
values, I will not ask you to buy
-/ do all I can, LEGITIMATELY, 1
A Fair Deal.
Come And See Me. ,
I want all my customers who s
owe me to come at onceand pay
Lp their accounts, as I need the
noneyi A change in my busi- F
tess necessitates my collecting
,very cent that is due me by the
fth instant. , I thank you for
rour past patronage and will
ertainly appreciate a quick,
ettlement. Respectfully' -
F2 W. Whitmire.
A Card of Thanks
W6, the children of Mrs. F. E.
Cirksey, wish to thank the s
riends and relatives for their
dndness which they showed us e
luring the illnes and death of
)ur dear mother. May we meet if
.n heaven above is our prayer.
The children f(
Dr. A. E. Brown of Asheville
q . C. will speak at Six Mile T
hurch Pickens county S. ,0 on
aturday 11 a., m. Nov'ember q
Oth. We earnestly request all '
who are interested in Education it
o be present. The committees m
tppointed by the Twelve Mile, Li
ickens ahd -the Executive com- a
nittee of the Beaverdam Asso- at
ations are-requested to be pies- 1
,nt. Any of the above commit
ees desiring to be met at Norris
n Friday Nov. 19 can phone
ne at A. D. Mann's Six Mile.
W. M. Walker M
Corresponding Comm. t
Notioe to Debtors and Creditors. si
ALL persons holding claims against a
e estate -of the late A. 31. Grarreu
iust present the same duly proven on 01
r before the 1st day of December 2'
D09. or be debarred payment; and all c
ersons indebted t6 said estate, must a
ake payment o. or before the above
ate, to the undersigned. . b
J. R. Garrett, N
[otice of Final Settlement and Dis- -
OTICE is hereby 'kiven that I will
make application to J. B. Newberry
sa., Judge of Piobate for Pickens 0
ntv, in the State of South Carolina. le
i the 16th day of Dec. 1909, at 11 ar
clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
ter as said application can be heard, m
ir leave to make final settiement of the ar
tate of J. E. Boroughs deceased, and Ci
thin dischargfe as administrator of al
.id estate. J. H. Boroughsi, be
TrespassNoic. - ____ sa
All persons are hereby warned and ei
irbidden from hunting. fishing, cutting
ber, letting out fire, making or cut-d
g byroads, or in any manner what
iever trespassing upon any of our
emises under penalty provided by law. -
see Jones --- W. E. CrenshawB
B. Finley W. C. Finley
A. Finley R. E. Steele
F. Alexander A. P. Alexander
A. Stewart J. D. Mauldin
!. P, McKee J. L. McKee
S. Isobins B. D. Mauldini
M. Mauldi - Mrs. Sue Craig
re. Gussie- Alexander C. M. Steele
C. Stewart R. G. Gaines
(T. G. Oliver manager)
G., Proprietor li
4..Pickens, S. C.
LE, S. C.
rces. I am glad to say that
am also glad to say that I'
t and best selected stocks of
vomen's underwear, blankets,
ds suited to the needs of th'e
iad, and I say to you. MOST
NO HIGHER, and on soime
goods-to sell a iee;atle
compare MY GOODS and
nd if I do not give better
I want your trade and will
:o get it. I promise you
our Money's Worth.
Summons for Relief.
rATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
'ounty of Pickens.
Court of Common Pleas.
ummons for Relief-Complaint Served
L. Burgess. Dovey Howard. Martha
Cisson. and Flora Painter, Orr Clark.
Sunie Clark, Clyde Clark, dnd L "ns
Clark b. their guardian ad litem D.
L. B-irker, and Bennie Burgess by his
guardi.an ad litem J. B. Rigdon, Plain
ena Bulgess and Judge Clark, Defen
o -.he Defendants above named:
You are hereby summonel and .re
uired to answer the complaint in this
Dtion, of which a copy is herewith
,rved upon you, and to serve a copy
F your answer to the said complaint on
2e subscribers at their office at Pickens
ourt House, South Carolina within
venty days after the service hereof,
Kclusive of the day of subh service; and
you fail to answer the complaint
'ithin the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
this action wi!l apply to the Court
>r the relief demanded in the com
Date Oc. 2, A. D. 1909.
C. E. Robinson
n Judge Clark infant defendaut over
fomrteen years of akg:
You are hereby t-ummoned and re
lired to apply for the appointement of
iardian ad litem'to reptesent you in
ns action within twenty days after the
:vice of this suimnions upon you. and
you fail, appliation for snch appoint
ent will he made by the plaiitiff here
. You will further take notice that
ie summons, of which the foregoiig is
cope and the c.mplaint in this action.
as filed in the odtice of Clerk of Court
; Pickens 8. 0. on tne 2 day of Oct.
09 and is noA on file in said office.
C. E. Robinson.
:ate of South Carolina,
, County of Pickeris,
y J. B. Newbery. Probate Judge.
Whereas, I. M. Mauldin made suit o
e to grant him Letters of Adminisir4
an of the Estate and effects of
These are therefore, to cite all and
neular the kindred and creditors of th
id L. Ross Eaton -deceased, that they
and appear before me. in the Court
Probate, to be held at Pickens on th
rth day of Nov. 1909 next, after publi
Ltion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
)on, to show cause, if any they have.
hv the said administration should not
Given under my hand this 8th day of
ovember Anno Domini 1909.
J. B. Newberry,
J- P. P. c.
rfTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Plgkens.
By J. B Newdrry, Probate Judge:
WHEREAS, J. N. Miller and J. J. Mc
tmbe made suit to me, to grant him
tters of Administration of the estate
id effects of Mary McComba.
These are therefore to site and ad
ouish all and singular the kindred
Ld creditors of the said Mary Mc
ymbe deceased, that they be and
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
Lte, to be held at Pickens on the 26th
ty of Nov. 1909 next after publication
treof. at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
LOW cause if any they have, why the
id administration should not be grant
Given under my hand, this the 4
ty of Nov. Anno Domini 1909.
J. B. NEWBERY, [seal)
SJ.-P. P. C.
iiKING'S N~EW DISCOVERn
Will Surely Stop That Cough.
We have a line of Shoes that
~e. Of course in seeing the
now for you to see 'them and
w price at which we are sellini
Below we quote a few prices
Ladies Coarse Shoes:-r lot
eal Calf polish, at $1.15
i lot 40r "Domestic" Kangar
1 lot Mule Skimln plaiu toe a:
Fine Shoes.-Our "Virginia
m't be beat anywhere. It is a:
Men's Work Shoes:-No. 22c
e, at $2.oo.
Same as above in black at $2.
"Mesenger," a good "Brogan
Men's Fine Shoes:-A good
"True Merit" Shoes in Datent
2-75. This is a good welted s)
te $3-50 shoes.
Little "Broags" for the boys a
ne of children's coarse shoes a
1,200 yards of heavy Outing
Je have this in almost any coic
Heavy Underwear for men, '
You should see our line of I
t 25c. nd Soc.
Whens you are in the market
rore yon will do well to see ou
Let us fit you up in shoes fc
lake s? ecial prices on lots.
Yours to s
W. E. FREE
"At the 01
They are here a
Short Crops. Long Dollars
With Us. Thei
We buy everything fl
Here you don't have to help pay the othe
moved to North-Carolina or Georgia and 1i
taxes and many other expenses that a man
You take no chances in buyingo your goods from us, as any1
back and your money refunded. Don't that sound good? We]
We will-sell you first-class merchandise as close as any con
through you will find us a litile lower in price-a little higher in
We buy and sell most anythihg in the produce line and r
We menticn just a few prices for your consideration anc
Coat's Spool Cotton, 50c. per dozen, assorted.
Ginghams, the 7c. kidd, at 5c. the yard.
Windo'w Curtains, good size, 75c. value, at 45c. the win
dow. Look at them. They are beauties for the money.
'l icking, Best A. C. A. Feather Ticking, S-ounce goods f
ard worth at least 1 c. of any man's money; our price i 5c, yd.
Boys steel Express Wagons, 75c. to $1-75
Bleaching, 36 inch, good weight, u'oc. vaiue, special at 8%
Seed Oats: Genuine Red and Winier Grazing at a very
Feed Oats, White Clip, best feed oat on earth.
Salt, ioo pound sacks, ftne and white, 6oc.
Sugar, 25 pounds fine white granulated for $.-o
Come to see us when in need of a
Shoes, Clething, Furniture, Stoves,
cines, Notions, Hats, Cow Feed, S
found in a first class general store.
T M NORRISgiPres and Tres. C F NORRI!
es.i Shoes? COLO
we wuldbe glad for you to
m is no money for us, but we
consider the quality, style and
them you are sure to buy.
that we feel cannot be beat
no. 721 ''Arthur's Perfection,"
>opolish at $1.25.
icap. Special at $1-55. 2,
irl" Patent Tip Shoe at $1-50 I
solid as a rock. ~- 'i
, heavy Tan, Long Vamp, cap4
at $1.25 apair,' Size 6toi 11
lun Metal at $2.25.
or Gun Metal leathers at
oe and is equal to most 01ofc
t$.15. We heve a strongi
: 85c. and upward.
; ioc valne, at 8%r~c per yard.
r or stripe. II 'i
omen and children at a good I~ 1/q j
I jI/J/ 1 '
ascinators, Scarfs and .ShawlsI
for anything kept in a Variety fLook into our show win-low
r goods and get prices, the, foremost makers, they repr
r your whole family. We will winners,
MAN & CO.L R
Notice of Final Settlement anci Dis-I
NOICE is herebyv givenl that I w-ill
Nmake applicatien to~ J. B. Newhe'rry'
Esq.. Judge of Probaite for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina.!
on the 4 day of Dec. 1903), at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, or as so'on thereafter as
said application canr be heard. for leave
to made final Lettlement of the estate of
w. 2. Reid deceased, and >ttain :
dischrge s adnnist . o. sa" e.
d o Ing Professional Cards'
J. E. BOGGs W.'E. FINDLEY
)Jrug CO., BOGGS &FNDE
4) PICKENS, S. C.j4C Ofic oer;cknssa
i iii Store,
E E, S. C.
==When You Spend Them
-e are Reasons.
and Sell for Cash!
kr fellow's debt-the debt he made apd
eft unpaid. We have no'big rents or city
doing business in the town or city has.
:hing we sell that does not prove as represented will be iaken
1; it is true. If you are from Missouri let us show you.
servative merchant cansell them, and taking the whole lin
quality-than most stores.
ay the top of ihe market prices.
will appreciate any buiness you can give us.
Corn Shellers, "-Black Hawk," the best on earth for fami
y ,se; will last a lifetime; price $1.75
F-ur: 200 'barrels of flour, bought early. Every sack
oid under a positive guarantee.
Wiuter is now here and all feet must be shod: We can
it the whole family and handle a guaranteed line of Shoes.
2ome to us for your shoe bill.
We are agents for -the New Barrett Stove, the best on
:arth, burns less wood aud cooks quicker than any other make
If you are thinking of a new Sewing Machine call and let
is show you the "White" Vibrating, a Rotary Shuttle. The
Nhite is superior to other makes in that it hter, ias
rreater speed, less noise, lasts longer and is ore difuL
We will make you a very close price on this 4chine for
)r wiil sell on time.
ny thing in Dry Goods,' Groceries,
Coffins,, Hardware .Patept Medi
;alt and most any thing usu.ally
rn I'iI1 Store.
i, Secretary. E N WHITMIRE, Manager.
R in Fabrics
ill be a marked feature of the fall
aid winter season; a great variety
F beautiful patterns is being shown..
Some of the new colorings are so
:tractive that men are apt t.> neg
:ct the plain blue serge or black fit% .z
We advisg you to have at least
ne good blue or black5 suit, in ad
'tion to the fancy, colored weaves; J2
ada black or Oxford Gray Over
>at. in addition to the fancy fabric. -
This permits a change, and gives
ch suit a rest; to get cleaned and -
-essed. It prolongs the life of all *
>ur clothes, to treat them this way.
s, you will see there a display of new models from some at
esent the latest fashions, and you will spot them at once as
Yours to please,
REENVILLE. S. C.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE LIBERTY BANK,
ocated at Liberty, S. C., at the dlose of business Sept. 8th, 1909.
RESOURCES. LI HBILITlES.
urnitr and ixutus....... ....... I9,666 40 cTi tca o~ eposi ............$2,0 002
rency.i Las......C s3 Udive n lrOi e. ren:rt forpen
vedra . ... .484 ey orowed Iael'n. .... .... .....2.;500 00
ueefo aks and s ms..... e.. 13.... 35 C e eKS........... 5
Totanl....... .. ........ ... .....9 65 -T tl... -.......... ..9
Beoe ecaeH.C S,200E00 Casier of he be ncudi B Ch eing dulye orer
thibverandforoingsatmen.i.a.ru.codiionofsai.a 9 wnb 3e
Sneck and sbcie bte fore... me..this3 13t0a fSet 99
*eor me caDELL C. SILY ahe ft~eaoenm"Bn who ein d -y
.C. SHIRLE, Directors./