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PICKENS, 8. 0. :
THURSDAY MARCH 24, 11)10 1
Liberty News. '
Most of the farmers rui. their plows
ft few d?ya last week, but tho thunder
began to roar real spring-like Thurs- ]
day, but it did not rain much until |
Friday, when it put in a full day,with
plenty of cold east wind, to mako it <
very disagreeable to be out.
Wo had Prof. D. N. Harrow to lecture
here Saturday, but- tho attendance
was not as large as it should
have been to show tho appreciation
due the state, for its efforts to
dissminate agricultural information,
especially on tho use of fertilizers: tho
time has come fco stop tho promiscuous
use of fertilizers, as the information is
aoniU' 1 ... it
wmumj uumiiiru UK lO IUU KII1U IUUI
can be counted on for the beat results
has provn by actual experiment. The
imo is not far distant when the farmei
who goes heedlessly on will notice
some of his neighbors are having iinor
looking crop?, than his, and tnen he
'"ill boein to crawl out of bis shell
land pick his oarB and Boe if ho can't
hear something thatwill help him
ialons a littlo; many socalled farmers
;em to have an idea that thy know as
much about farming nd tho intoligont.
se of ertilizers, as the drofesers, wtion
if thov would only visit Clemson Colege
arm, and view tho experimental work
doubtless thoy would bo convinced to
Or iittlle city os not proposo to stay
in the durk so havu arranged to put
in electric lights right -a way
The plant will bo put up in tho city. ,
Liberty Lke all other places of any j
imilOftllnco h..a ou. i l
KUtUKIl AiJ I ill 11(11 ^ UhlrtU- J
liBhmotR, or rather deparmeiits in other
stores and openings are now the ordor
of the day. There was one at Sullivan
A Eacue, and Mra. Brown, both had
theirs yesterday, and was quite an
attraction to.tho fair ees, others to fol
low n a fow days. I
Mrs. W. L. Hoggs, has gono on a
visit to her mothers at BievardN. C.
Fertilizer ,hay and corn has been
hald away from hore in abndancethis
week ; we hojo the corn ad hay haling
aftar this year will bo reversed, and
haled to the R. R. rathor from it.
It is thundering and raining again as
we write, and the plows will perhaps
have to atop a fow days. The small
grain crop is beginning to tako a start
to urow and ie goneraiy lolling fairly
well, and has not boon so badly winter
killed as it appeared tob forsomo time.
Wo notice all the boys, ar back from
colege, from both Clemson and Atlana
a. Meauls aro still abroad in tbe land
and seem to he of rather a malignant
type; this litlio neck of woods having
been pretty well gone oversom yar
ago, there isnt mch luor left for the m
do here J.F . Banster, is shut in on
Another lot sale is advertised hero for
the 20th; just east of Liberty, Cotton
Robs O'Dell is adding anothor sto-v
to his dwelling and covering with tin
shingles which will add to tho appearance.
A businoss census of Liberty, shown
19 selling goods fourteen of them
carrying a lino of jewelry, two banks,
two liveries, two markets, two g.ncial
repair shops; one oil mill and Kin
nery ; one grist mill; two lumhor dealers;
two cotton mills; watchmaker
and machine repair shop; three photographers;
shoe shop; pressing club:
barbershop; painters, and "Street &
Walker" havo ono white and ouitH h
number of the colored persuasion em
played at present packing streets and
hanging around in general ; we suppose
everybody understands that, this
is the last job except actually drawing
breath for dear life, for ablebodted
The Boston Ladies Quartette lilted
the fourth lyceum course the 10th,
which was much enjoyed.
The peac'i trees bavo begun blooming
in tho last few days and the
oaks are budding, and spring will soon
be in Iinmonf
Wo notice quite a change in tho appearance
around tho school building,
the yard has been cleaned otT and a
flower yard arranged in front of Hie
building with walks. C.
East End News
Mr. Editor, you haye been
complaining that tho people did
^ J not send vou the news, so we
Mw?.^la ? 11 1
ui n ?i i fj, i i/ wi: vvuuiu st'iiu you
some from East end of Pickens
for the first.
Our little town isimproving; we
have eleven families and a late
land trade, which I suppose 1 h<?
man's object in to build, who
has traded with Dr. Cannon for
a lot near the railroad, land here
is a good price, the peopleantici
pate anotner cotton mill in the
near future and, they know this
is the place for it.
The last, sold by Judge Welborn
sold 0110 acre for three hundred
dollars; ho commenced at
$200 per acre, and the last one
?4 mi, r? i?
itu *>ouv. i m; iv. it. as every j
body knows runs right, through
it, has a station in the town.
The only objection can he bough!
against it is. it is a little too close 1
to the cotton mill, it has a nice
branch running right through
the town, affording water
enough to run six cotton mills.
Mrs. Rebecca Holders land of 28
acres joins Cannon, Carey and!
Bruce on the north I. G. Welborn
on the South and in three
hundred yards of cotton mill, ,
we have no store in our little 1
town, but will soon have one I
think, because somebody will ,
soon see their opportunity, the ,
uwiivery wagons is delivering
goods in tho town every day,
wo have as health y a place as can
l>e found anywhere in up country.
If the cotton mill don't 1
build a school house and church
wc will have to do it ourselves. 1
The peoplo of the town of J
Pickens makes east end the i
place for outings with buggies 1
automobiles ect. The lands lie '
just rolling enough to carry off f
all Impurities. I
Card of Thanks.
Mr. Editor: Please allow us
ipace in your paper to thank our
jind friends and neighbors for
heir kindness and help during
he illness of our little son.
May the Lord bless them all,
s our prayer.
Mr nnil M..o T A AT WS.,..U . I
M**V? 1TAA Ot tJ t T I f T HIV^II^O"
Craig Brothers wili sell
you a regular 15c plug of
tobacco for 10c; it is called
heard the bluebirds singing
yesterday morning. They
are said to be harbingers of
spring, but we don't put much
confidence in the little
feathered prophets, for you can
hear them warbling most any
warm, bright dav during the
Why do you spend your
money for inferior tobacco
when you can buy Merry
Widow from Craig Bros
at the same price that you
pay for the common kind
Voi' a reasonable foe. payable
in advance, the public can get
the service of an exceptionally
fine Jack, that will be kept at
Clemson College. He is regis-1
tereu, is through bred, is of
splendid conformation, and is
15$ hands high.
3lcrry Widow is a rich
man's tobacco, but you
get it at a poor mail's
price from Craig Bros
just one plug will convince
you that it is the
best 10cplug in PICKENS.
?Easter comes early this year
and maybe, after a while these
grips and colds will give way to |
mi' glorious spring time, the
cheery chirp of the little songsters
of the woodland and the
precious bud and bloom. Cheer
up! "All things come to them
Elect RIO THE best fob
' ?> Vl BILIOUSNESS
BITTERS AND KIDNKYSl
When the Wheels
hring the watch or clock here and we'll
make ihein gtt busy again. We are
familiar with nil kinds of movements,
and you can safely trust the finest
timoj/iece to our skill.
We Repair Jewelry too
just as skillfully its we do watches. If
you navo one or more pipccn laid away
sis imclcrtt, l>rinn tlieni hero ami see what
w^<! can do for them.
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Th? S. Rhode Island Keds, are the
host known l.reed for producing good
winter layeis. Kggs at 81.00 and $2.00
per setting. E, II. Craig.
It. I. Ited and I in if Orpington E^ga,
from pure bred st'.ek for salt' at 75 cents
per setting of 15 KgKHW
('' rural. It. 2.
Whereas, a petition fron the freeholders ami
electors of < ano < reek school district No W
has lieen tiled with the county Hoard of I NI urn
lion uNkitiK said hoard for permission to hold
an election in said district to determine Whether
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.. ......r. vjktm II \) KIIKII l?- IUY11-11 (III
Mtii I district for school purpose*,
It nppctiriiiK to the County Itoiird of Kduealion
that ihe petition nieetK the requirement*
of the law Therefore It is ordered Hint the
trustees of above iiiiineil <1 Istrxrt do lioiii nn
election on April V. nt Cane Creek school house
for the ithove Hinted purpose The Trustees of
nhove named district ure hereby appointed
milliliters of said election, The election to
he held neconliiiK to the re?|tiircmciitH of neelion
i .'mh of die school Iiiw.
I; T Hnllum. I
sev. .v Chin.
ALL pers >ns holding claimn n^niu^l
the estate of th.i late Z. A. Hendricks
n.nst pnsont the same duly proven on
i>r before the I day of .May 1910
or be debarred payment and all persons
indebted to said estate, must make payment
on or before the above date, to
M. A Hoggs,
Notice of Final Sefflcment and Discharge
|MOT!UI2 is hereby given that I will
^inako application to J. H. Newberry
Esq., Judgo of Probate for I'ickenH
jonntv, in the .State of South Carolina,
:>n the Ulst day of March. 11(10, at 11
Vclock in the forenoon, or as Boon there- '
ifter ns Raid application can be heard,
for leave to make fina< settlement of the
?state of MarthaM. Smith deceased, and
jbtain discharge as administrat< r of
laid estate. T, N. Smith,
f? Ask 6ra:
For over 80 years it has be<
for Biliousness, Constipation
Malaria and all diseases of
No. 24. 204 acres ft miles nothi
school; splendid two-story, 8-room
acres cleared, balance in heavy or
timber on this place; good pastn
Route and a bargain at $(5,500. Ca
No. 25. 150 acres 2 miles from
house; about 75 acres cleared, balan
public road, and the price is only i,
me at once if you need this; can nu
"\T~ Oil fin : 1 - e
jr%yt. t. i/v/ av^iurj, uiiu nnit; liun
mile from school; 25 acres cleared,
buildings. Now, listen! Just $10
cash, balance in one and two years.
No. 27. 7 acres 3-4 mile from c
der ford, motor power already de
ready for you to handle and make
you this proj>erty for a small farm.
No. 28. (51 acres; 35 acres cleai
from Six Mile, on main public r<
outbuildings. Price $1,750, on (
balance in t> years. Don't need any
No. '28. 2 acres in suberbs of
but a pretty lot on leading road. L
this. It is a bargain.
1 have a number of other plac
want in the Real Estate line. List
I get results.
"THE REAL ES
Office over Keow
I write five and life in
16 02 to <
We don't claim any pedesta
but one thing we are particul
every pound of groceries that $
pound. You get just what )oi
I Come in; let's t
Goods Delivered Free,
Next Door toGravley's Stable.
Send us $2.90 and wo
express, all charges paid, t<
? Southern Express office, in
Mjgyfi K^Hon jug of this extra fine
?. TKia ia nr>t Vi n n/liihnrnhxl 1*1,
as sold by the Rmnll dealers, with
a pure Rtrnight whiskey, gunranti
Good whiskey like thin has born
\native state, at from 12. W) to $3.00 p
in made in order to introduce our k<*
' ? tions we wero unable to reach from
ship the above whiskey in larger qua
3 Gallon Jug $4.25.
>l34 Gallon Keg 6.45.
? Oar Guarantee: This whisk*
? or we will refund your money just at
? nnd the expense will l>o all ours.
National Hank of thia city.
K: B(wire of imitator* who
from honest people who pny
1^ THE OLD NORTH CAH
Aging Warchouie No.
Railway Mail Clerks Wanted >
I The Government pays Railway Mail
Clerks $800 to $1,200. and other
Employees up to $2,500 annually
Uncle Sain will hold spring examinations
throughout the country for Hail- 1,1
way Mail Clerkfl, Custom Houhh Clerkn ^
and other Government Positions. 1
Thousands of appointments will he t|[(;
made. Any man or woman over 1#, in nni
city or country can get instruction and or
free information hy writing ut onco to 'j'*|
Bureau of Instruction. 10S Hamhn
Building, Rochester, N, Y. the
CASTOR IA n
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For Infants and Children. r<
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Beam the ^ 1
Gigna'.uro of L /^CtO&CAC P
>n f.VlA ntnnHorH rnmo#1tt
, Headache, Dyapepsia,
the Stomach and Liver.
Mst of Pickens. 1-4 mile from
house, good outbuildings; 75
iginal forest; some fine pine
res, wire enclosed; on Rural
11 arrange terms on this.
Six Mile Church; one 4-room
ce in original forest; on most
*2,250?just $16 per acre. See
ike terms to suit you.
i Keowee Baptist church, one
one small house, small outper
acre. Terms: One-half
:ourt house; yes, it is the Holveloped?irins,
mill, etc., just
an easy living. Could trade
See me about the price.
red, haiunce in timber; '2 miles
)ad; 4-room house, necessary
ollowing terms: $7/50 cash,
better terms than this do you?
Pickens. No improvements,
iet me make you a price on
es. See me for anything you
with me if you want to sell.
Pickens, S. C.
he lb. I
Is or wings Tor ourselves,
lar about is to see that I
*oes out of our store is a I
j pay for. I
alk it over.
;s to Eat I
'Phone No. 07
iri.jkens, 8. C. I
will ship you by return ??^5^
) the nearest Adams or
a plain package, a twoilinaWhiskey
i-nils or compounds of Rpinta
Ill II (1I>7.('[1 proms IKKM'll, DUl
cecl under the National Tare pSgggM
retailed over the fonrs In our
or K?llon. THJh Special Oiler
kI? more thoroughly in tho mc*
our home State. We will also
intities, express pnid, bh follows:
12 Full Quarts $5.25.
24 Full Pint* - 5.50.
>y must Rive perfect satisfaction
?cheerfully as it was received,
Wo refer you to the Atlantic
re not dutilleri. Buy
1 all the eiprrii churtfri.
OUNA DISTILLERY, ^
1 11, Jack tonville,
K. IU)(;<;H W. K. FINDLKY
tfUUUS 6L HNDLhY
I'iekens, S. C.
otHi-c over I'ickens lunik.
dice to I)<'l)toi'H and Creditors.
Ml person* holding claims ii|;uinst
icHtato of tho late A. A. Alexander
ist present the same duly proven on
before tho 1 day of April HMO, or I e
mrred payment and all persons in)ted
to said estate, must make paynr;
on or iM-foro tho above date, to
i undoisigned. J. N. Hallum,
jr Stomach Tbou*h ?nd Constipation
^ HAIR BALSAM
Olf*n>r? ?ri<l braulintf ttio li?lr.
rroinoM ft luxuriant frruwtli.
Novor F*ll? to Itpdtoro Gray
Ifair to lt? Youthful Color.
"VVe want yon to n
pocket when yon co
yon get to Craig B
bargains that we ha
on some articles me:
advise that yon call
Just to begin we will state that 1
vise that you do not sell for 30 or e
are not satisfied with the price after
While the supply lasts that we nc
25c. We will not sell over $1.00 \\
Flash is a preparation for cleatiin
ioc. cans for 5c.
CANNED GREEN PEAS:?
while they last will sell for ioc. per
with Tomato Sauce, for t 5c.
A few 25c. cans of Cherries tc
This is a 25c. seller the countr
you want for 20c. per can. Every
2 plugs of "Cuba Free" Toba
2 plugs "Harvey's Natural Le;
2 25c. plugs of Harvey's "Ric
50c. plug of Navy Tobacco foi
About 100 pair of MEN'S PAI
$1.25. See the goods?You cant
Every body knows JOHNSON
so'is goods will not craze. It is nit
yo'ir children to break. We are g
CERS that sell any where for 65 a
The size for 40c.
Don't let this offer slip. Its a v;
Listen?If you want to save mor
le for $1,2 s good enough to go on
While the present stock of p
plow handles you vvan't for a quarl
Still selling the 6oc. records fc
Plenty of good fresh stick can<
We are always glad to see yo
Look into our show windows,
the foremost makers, they repres(
-v . " ; \ ' v Wr,,
r ? i
tor a hew I
lemorixe this ad o:
me to Pickens anc
ros. and secure yoi
ve just now. Tier
ntioned is limited
we are still paying ioc per poun
;ven 35c per head till you put tin
they are weighed we do not asl
7alue In Octagon So*
)w have you can buy at our ston
rorth of soap to a customer.
sli! Flash! Flash!
ig the hands of grease and dirt.
2 cans high grade green peas, u
can. Also sell you 2 10c. can
> go at 1 oc.
rfect Blond Roasted
y over, but while the present st
cco for i 5c.
if" Tobacco for 15c.
h and Ripe" for 35c.
'gains In Men's Pant
^TS, worth, from $1.50 to $2.on
help from buying them.
'S GOODS. If yon don't yo .i <
'P pnfMirrli fo t* vnnr A \ t-?
oing to offer what we have on
nd 75c. per set, for only 50c. ]
ley "till you fee' it" just buy yoi
a #250.00 mule.
low handles lasts you can buy f
Ler of a dollar.
ir Thpu ni*P o-r?innf 1ILr? lir
' -o? J "v
dy. A 2 ]/z pound box for i 6c.
3 Oa-sli Mer
I in Fal
1 be a marked feature of the fall
winter season; a great variety
eautiful patterns is being shown.
ome ot the new colorings are so
irll VP tint nu>n oro
...V... .ww tw
the plain bine serge or black
\lv. advise you to have at least
good blue ot black suit, in ad>11
to the fancy, colored weaves;
a black or Oxford Gray Overin
addition to the fancy fabric.
his permits a change, and gives
1 suit a rest; to get cleaned ane
sed. It prolongs the life of all
r clothes, to treat them this way.
you will sec there a display of i
;nt the latest fashions, and yoi
Yours to please
LEENVILLE, H. C.
v put it in vour
don't stop till
ar share of the
and we would
d for hens and would adem
on our scales. If you
t you to sell to us.
2 7 bars of octagon soap for
While it lasts will sell 2
sual price 15c. and 20c.;
s ol Boston Baked Beans,
ock lasts, you can have all
'? to be closed out for only
Slight to buy sonic. Johnners
and cheap enough for
hand of CUPS and 'SAUPlates,
the 65c. size ior 50c.
1 \ 'K
lr bridles from us. A brid
rom our 25c. table all the
>t cakes at the price
e iui \u,
< V'? i 0* *
new models Irom some o!
i will spot them at once as
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