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r Jur 1Appoints chool Eamen
To the People of Pickens County:
At the last term of court-the grand jury was instructed b
the judge, to look into and ascertain in their own way actue
school conditions in Pickens county. They were further in
structed to makeitheir report on said conditions at the nex
term of court. The grand jury has been divided by the forempai
into committees of two each which will constitute a board o
visitors to visit each school in Pickens county. The purpose o
said committee is not to find fault, criticise nor dictate but to co
operate with teachers, trustees and patrons with the view of bet
tering the schools in Pickens county.
The grand jury recommended that the county superintend
ent ogeducation publish the names of the committees and as]
the cooperation of all the people in this movement.
In compliance with the recommendations we respectfully as1
that teachers, trustees and patrons welcome the coming of th
several committees, and we hope that you will willingly impai
any and all information to them that could in any way be benefi
-cial to school work. R. T. HALLUM,
Co. Supt. Ed.
JOHN F. HARRIS,
Foreman Grand Jury Pickens County.
The following are the committees of the grand jury to visi
the schools of Pickens county with the names- of the district
and trustees of same. All communications should be addresse<
to the committees appointed or to the foreman of the grand jury
JOHN F. HARRIS,
Foreman Grand Jury Pickens County.
District No. 1, Croswell-D. C. Tompkins, J. P. Lark and T
C. Spencer, Trustees,
District No, 2, Dayton-E. B. Sheriff, J. D. Stegall and R. 11
District No. 3, Zion-R. F. Lesley, Paul Black and D. E
District No. 13, Easley-Dr. R. F. Smith, R. T. Thorntot
and J. H. Cheatani, Trustees,
District No. 14, Mauldin-W. T. Dorr, Fred O'Dell and 1)
M. Mauldin, Trustees.
District No. 15. Lenhardt-B. 1). Lenhardt, J. E. Garrick an<
W. M. McMahan, Trustees.
The above is the list for A. M. Mauldin and 0. S. Stewart.
List for J. P. Fendley and J. M. Williams:
District No. 16, Farrs-John Farr, Bowen Stewart and An
drew Williams, Trustees.
District No. 17, Dacusville-Dr. W. M. Ponder, Leigh HunI
and J. P. Robinson, rrustees.
District No. 18, Maynard-J. M. Williams, L. B. Freeman
an(d B. F. Farm er, Trustees.
District No. 19, Cedar Rock--Mc. 1). Farmer, H. D. Singletor
and Z. T. Jones, Trustees.
District No. 20, Bethlehem-G. W. Dorr, C. R. Ferguson and
1). U. Mauldin, Trustees.
District No. 33, Mica-Jodie Chastain, T. J. Looper and W.
0. Turner, Trustees.
List for E. E. Mauldin and W. S. Parsons:
District No. 4, Flat Rock-G. L. McWhorter, S. Jewel ani
W. F. Young, Trustees.
District No. 5, Ruhamah-J. L. Cantrell, W. F. Owen ani
W. S. Smith, Trustees.
DIst ct No. 12, Reunion-E. E. Konnemore, T. N. SmitI
and W ''9b4tis, Tustetsa1: -
Dit. chQ..r10, JdhnstorVNG. F. Noligio; R. M. Baker and J
F. Willi4 s.. Trustebs.
Distrixt No. 11, Liberty-W. H. Ch'aprnan, J., F. Jenningi
and T. R. O'Dell, Trustees.
District'No. 6, Symmes-O. D. Epps, J. N. C. :Dobson, and T.
F. Arnold, Trustees.
List for J. C. Garrett and E. B. Stephens:
.Digtrict .No. 9, Central-C. J. Tarant, S. R. Kelley and R. G.
District No. 7, Tabor-T. L. Watkins, J. W. Neal and R. A,
District No. 8, Calhoun-G. W. Hendricks, W. N. Cochrar
and W. A. Boggs, Trustees.
District No. 23, Long Branch-E. B. Ramsay, T. G. Palmei
and H. G. Lawrence, Trustees.
District No. 24, Garvin-Marion Stephens, D). L. Lay ani
W. J. Kelley, Trustees.
Distric No. 25, Kings-J. M. Hunnicutt, W. N.' Flendricks
and Clem Pelfry,'Trustees.
List of names for R. M. Bolding and W. H. Langston
District No. 22, Gates-A. B. Riggins, P. C. Robertson'and .J
D. Nations, Trustees.
District No. 27, Six Mile-J. L. Dillard, D. E. Garrett and J.
E. Merck, Trustees.
District No. 29,.WolfCreek-W. H. Langston, J. M. Brageak
and Wad Stephens, Trustees.
District N~o. 42, Keowee-J. L. Murphree, Joe Findley ani
B. F. Alexander, Trustees.
District No. 43, Bethel-J. W. Head, R. W. Rice and A
District No. 26, Palestine-Bi. D. Mauldin, T. -E. Craig and
W. B. Whitmire, Trustees.
List for J. 3. Herd and J. W. Thomas:
District No.47, Holly Springs-W. R. Price, W. H. Gllstrap,
E. Winchester, Trustees.
District No. 52, Cane Creek-J. T. McKinney, W. R. McKin
ney, John Chapman, Trustees.
Dietrict No. 51, Eastatoe-,J. D. Chappell, E. C. Bowie, T.
W. Stansell, Trustees. -
District No. 44, Shady Grove-Jas. Winchester, Harvey
Sloan, and W. B. Collins, Trustees.
District No. 45, Antioch-A. T. Winchester, W. H. Grant
and B. R. Gilstrap, Trustees.
District No. 46, Hampton-R. M. Lusk, T. G. Lynch and N.
0. Cochran. Trustees.
List for J. F. Harris and W. T. Bates:
District No. 31, Pickens-T. L. Bivens, T. J. Mauldin and J.
R. Ashmore, Trustees.
District No. 30., Town Creek-J. W. Hendricks, Mason
Looper and John Childs, Trustees.
District No. 32, Glassy Mt.-W. E. Hendricks, W. W. Sim
mons and W. H. Anthony, Trustees.
District No. 87, Ambler-W. T. Day, W. G. Hendricks and
A. C. Smith, Trustees.
District No.'56, Mont Vale-W. H. Chastain, J. H. Lollis
and W. I Gravley, Trustees.
District No. 58, Laurel Fork-8. A.RoisnS.AHlce
andeo.dlolcombe, Truetees. . .
Rob insn .A ic
'c8 , 0
Aoplfor W. pd. i lir~ d J.
D1trict No8 Ok 41. A.
.E.- Hunt, Trustees..'
District No. 49,Gro6veA-W. I
D. L. Barker, Trlstee".
District No. 86, Oo6ier oi-Dr.
dricks and A. M. Simmons, Trus
District No. 48, Ro k-R. E.
Y and W. M. Chastain Trustees.
District No. 55, NOw Toi6vn
-W. P. Edens, Trustees.
List for 0. P. FLeid and S. IF.
District No. 40,Martin-8. C.
f Bolding, Trustees.
DistrictNo. 39, Twe1voiMile
- and A. S. Galbreath, Trustees.
District No. 38, Hagood-Wa
- H. Wade, Trustee6,
C District No. 28, Praters-G. C
Jason Entrekin, Trustees.
C District No. 21, Roanoke-Rol
James Morgan, Trustees.
District No. 41, Mile Creek-J
R. Curtis, Trusees.
Statement of the
i Located at Pickens, S. C., at the
1,oitii all([ D~iscount" ...........VO470
()verid itns.. W,017
1"uilrelnicand 'F2,: R.........II 00 1
tiue froi liinks nad lankrs . 15,11l7 (1
.................... ..... .... ... ..... IZ0 1
iven . . .. .. ...... ...... ( 00
Checks and cash ltitms................ 00 00
Total......... ........ .............. - .Iv1
STVATEIII 01' .SOUn CAROLINA,
COUNTY 010 PICKENS.
Before inC caule M. U. Siith, Cashier of
Hs the 11bve and foregoing stitateinent is a tiru e
So ni andi subscribed before ne this I 1th da3
J. 1', CAlte Y,
It. S I' l. I .II Directors.
It. -. ltU ':.
STATEMENT OF TH
Located at Liberty, S. C., at the
ldi5 iii iscouts.... ....... ,832 rf
Overdraft ...................... r TOt,3 h
iFurnituire atid F'ixtures.... ... ....... ,R31 4 18 1
lankitig Ilouse -. - ... . . 1,5-43 82
Due fron Hanks and jlinkers. ..,60 10 1
Cu rreii 'v .... .. ..... ..0.. . 22. i
Gold .. . . . . .2400
Silver lnit )ot . ..r.. 489 ,' .
Checks and Cash Itetus... ........ 10117
T1otatl.................... 81,872 35
STA'PE OF SOUTIh CAROrTNA,)1
COUNTY OF 1'ICK ENS. (,
Before me came 11 :C.Shirley Calshi r 6r the it
that the above and foregoing Ataeinent isla true c
Sworn to and subscribed before rne, thu' 14th (1
V. T. OUell -
L whi 1iGA .Directors.
Trouble and e3erASuspoe , ftt
Fil otedo::rn glaiithypour
etr ndle is dt gatsoulrtfors
e ......pass it orpan1
the eekareals syptoute that tel11 t
and kndneattndatlader are out of odrI
There is cotot in the know1ThSled
often expressrd,' that Dr*.--->1ilmer's it
Swamp-Root1. thte great kk1ziey rpsiedy,
ful11,s. almost every .wisli in correqting
theiiiatism,;"p'id 'in the'backakilde,. I
lidErbladder andevery part of the uriary
passage. Corrects inability to hold water
Snfild'~~1ing jin in - passing i, oy bad
effects follo . igiuse, of liquor, wine or
peer, and evereomes that ntipldiunrt'ne-r
.cessi'ty of bei~g compelled t' j6'often I
thfough the~ daf, and to get 'up .kab~y
tinles duritg, the. niglst. , Tlt mj4 and'
.innediate. effect of Swanap mt is
soon realized. 't standls the higlte.e.
causehtfitsr'etrkable . t
healthg restoring prop.
.erties. U I you..needa
speicine ypou .sho
. ave the best. Boldb,
dIiiggilsts i fifty-cent
and one-dollar sizeo.~ . -is,.
'M1yptay~have~ a le bote setie
kmall. Address Dr; iluter& . ing- I
hanton* N.' ti'' Mentiozi thies ~and .
eidanberthe name, D)- IKim sw np-,
BRoot, and.-t a. ddrs,-B to
JT. ~. 13OGGB W. -E PINDLEY~ o
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.r
O8f lie over Pickena bank.
Foster, J. E, Singleton, and W<
. Hendricks, J. L. Burgess and
J. M. Crenshaw, W. F. Hen
Chastain, W. H. Sutherland
A. L. Edens, G. T. Elrod and
Martin, J. T. Skelton and B.
-C. M. Gravley, P. H. Porter
do Townes, E. Griffin and H.
'. Bolding, W. P. Pilgrim and
bert Stewart, T. 0. Allgood and
F. E. Nix, S. B. Dalton and W.
Jondition of the
-loso of business Mar. 7th, 1911.
japital Stock Paid In........ ...... ...25,000 00
;urplus Funds..... ........ ....... 226 00
ittivided Profits, less Current Expen
ses andI Taxes Paid... .............. 3,074 34
)ue to lanks and llankers , 406 90
nnividluul )eposits Subject to Cheek.. 20.385 37
4aving l)eposIts ..................... ,5()8 82
lash ier's thecks .......... 8097
ils PayablC, Iicluding Certifleates for
Money Blorrowed ...............15,000 00
TotII ..... ........ ............ i79,731 40
the above nained llank, w being duly sworn
<'ondition of sai hnnk, as shown by the hnoks
of hir. 1911. C. SMITH.
It F. P \l% IONS, Notary Public.
E CONDITION OF
close of business Mar. 7, 1911
apital Stock Paid in... ....... .......s,000 0
urpilus 'und -----......2.50 00
IndIvided Profits. less Current Ex
pid5nses and Taxes Paid............ .. 4,951 12
ndividual Deposits ...... ........ .21,345 62
'ime Certificates of Deposit ....... 20,778 41
mshier's Cheeks ....-........... ... .. 47 20
tills Payable. inehgding Certillentes
for Money llorrowed, ..... 7,50000
Total................ ...... .... 481,872 35
bove named Rank, who, beling duly sworn, says
ondition of said Hank, as shown by books of
a: 3f March 1911. I. U. STIRLEY
cal W. . 11. GIAPMAN Notary Purlie S. C.
to South Ca'rolina,
Cdant4 of Pikens,
:n Court of Commoni Pleas.
In 2 Pursuance -of a decretal .order
nadq, $j the following namied.Case .and
n~ file, in. Atbe CltrW s office I will sell
o the highest bid'der 'during the legal
'ours 'forisale a* Pickena Ourt House
i. 30. Salesdayi 1A prilil911'the fol
dwilig?'desofibed~real estate .pon .th9
oxna shereinafter mentioned towit:
'Al' that ceitain pieceeparcel or lot
f landi containing one amid one half
1%) .acres more or less lying in the
ste;n county afore said near~ the
~own .fPickenia adjoining lands for..
nerly owned hy'Df-. P. A Miles and
there and being the jlace whereon'I
o* live Beginninw .on. a stone S*.
)r..Miles corner ad .running thecat N
1E 4:75. to a stone 3x thence N 57 1-2
316 to, a stone 3t thence 8 :21 W
:75 to a stone, thence S 57%4 E 310
o the Beginning stone the same being
norB particulaly described by -a plat'of
ame made by ,1. W. Brunson.-surve'yor
r7.Novembeir 1883. The lot herein -deL
er'abor being the slame lot d ascrs bedin
mbtnrage frown Ben P. Griffin to
lies Day and W. A, Clyde dated 10th
f April. -.1889, agnd. . recordod in
nortgage Book "0" page 232, records
*f Pickoe Qounty to which records
eferenee 1* hereby made.
Terial i) on- day of sale, terms
mestube complied with in one hour
(ter sale of the.pi'epises will besold
n ste day at the risk of the former
Purchaser to pay for all papers and
snording the same.
A. J. Bog'ge, (seal)
Clerk of Court.
L BRACELET, RING,
or other ornament makes a
miych more acceptable and
lasting Easter gift than any
ELECT TT TIERh [ .NOW,
and we n/i v'"v.n it for you
11 needd. '.'rt reputation is
gmiarante (or fla.
Do yott want0 t: 8ell your farm
town property? Or do you want t
tade tor a different location?
I hav a very attractive form ot co
tract; I do all the work, pay advertising
eXpense, etc.. and when I make a sale or.
swap. you ay ine-a cominlssion out of the
I have room for a few more good places
on my list.
It you want to buy I will take, pleasure
in showing you some good Dlaces.
Yours for Business,
H. M. H EST ER,
"The Real Estate Man."
Box 264. - - Pickens, S. C.;
Pickens Bank Building..
Let me write your fire insurance; I'll place you in good re
We ar goingto offer our Custoners
spe.ial bargains on every Saturday. The
following are the ones listed for
Saturday March 18.
25 LBS NICE WHITE RICE, $1.oo
8 PACKS OF ARM & HAMMER SODA 25C.
7 CAKES GOLD BAND SOAP 25C.
. GALLON BUCKET KARO SYRUP 35C.
TO B AC CO.
We would be glad to see everybody wash out t.
mouth -and not chew any more but we know this will never
done, 'p we will sell you THREE PLUGS of'ardokhdo
handle f6r 25c' -'
Don't Fail to See Us
Keowee Supply Co.
To -make room for our
Spring stock we are going to
sacrifice all wmnter goods, and
rnakk special low prices on
everything mn .stock. All good
value 50C chess goods to 'go
at 4oc the yardl, 25c at .aoc, I 5C
at I2%/c, r 24c at r oc, ioc at
8%c and so on down the line.
All men's womens and child- --
rens -shoes, mens and boys.
hats, caps shirts and overalls.
All to go in this sale at reduc
ed prices. -
W 13. Free man,
- .. "At the Old Stand"
FOR THAT KEG OF
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottling Wok.