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GAL BREVITIES
S -o ThIlgs You Knnow lad'Som
You Don't Know About Oar
Towns, County & people
-Dr. and Mrs. F. S. BWrter
ave returned from Baltimore.
-Jas. P. Cary jr.., is onoGov.
'ase's ellglblellst for appoint.
m4t as a special judge.
-+B. J. Garvin, of Atlarta, l
i-, oting the family of Treavurer
I yvin, of Pickens, ithis week.
-R. R. Roark has just rdJurn
r rom Columbia, wheue he
i eied prisoners from thiscoun
: o penitentiary.
-The New Telephone 11irec
-s are out and those wiehing
y can get same by .calling
* lie central office.
Miss Gussie Cureton, who
tending school in Greenville
ny. ut the week-end with her
-ier, Mrs. K. L. Curoton in
ans.
%londay was salesday and
the time for the meeting of
Farmers County Union.
e wasn't much doing along
r line.
ohe time for collecting Road
* has been extended until the
nst., and Supervisor-J. B.
says he wants ewerybody
'to road duty to pay up.
ried, March 6th. by Rev.
Atkinson at Camp Creek
h, Mr. M. H. Bolding to
\.nnie Duckworth. Th(eit
triends vish them a long
happy lite.
'he Pickens County singing
ation will meet with Grif
3aptist Church March 25
Pverybody cordially invited
tend. E. M. Bolding
Pres.
- . Burns, of Walhal
ras in ;Piclkens the greatei
of last week. From .h
euvering, we IPae;- he was
dening timber" with a view
spiring next year for Con
sional honors.
The grand jnry have .ap
Sted the members of thai
that are t9 take in, hand
carry out the recommenda
of Judge Gage, to the effeci
*they look into the schoo:
itlons In this County, and
rt at the next term of Couri
list has been handed in too
to be published this week
will appear in ouir next issu(
A plan to clean off and
~e walks in the cemetery ih
1t completed, and Tuesday
i 4th instant is the day sel
4' t for the work. All thos<
WEare Interested are asked tc
hI : either by giving work om
uniway. Mr. John F. Harris
kindly offered to superin.
*';the work, and will see thai
-properly done. The towr
no resource for funds tc
this expense is why the
3 are asked to do It. How
we think that if we can
get the cemetery In good
,the council w ill help keer
If the werther: is .Inclem-,
i the day set~ apart, anoth
I be chosen -and the par
iterested will he notified.
loyd Grandy returned Sat
from Oklahoma city, on
'lness trip for a~ few days.
ives glowing accounts of
S country. He reports that
ty Fields and Lucius Earle
wvent weost at the same
he did, have gone on to
I& n geles, California, wvhere
have both found work,
1 iwith the express company
* nce man and Earle has
~k in his chosen profession,
1 f pharmacist, as soon as
he ah ~alify under the Cali
fo n' laws. They are both
wtt pleased with the bright
1)rI)oIcts ahead of them in their
IICw home and It Is needless to
-AL. D. Mann's article on his
trip -to Texas is crowded out this
week but will appear next.
For Sale:-One 6 h. p. Peerless
engine for sale. Apply to Thos.
A. Kelley, Pickens R. 3, , 0.
-Mrs. George Hendricks died
suddenly, at her home nea
Clemson College, on last Sunday
night and was buried the day
following at old Stone Church,
Further particnlars are unob.
tainable.
-The Pickens Hardware and
Grocery Co. have awarded the
prizes and are now looking for
the -~clahiants to come forward
and get their premiums. The
numbers winning are as fol
lows: Plow, 710; knives and
forks, 40; sack of flour, 520.
Look up your tickets and go get
your premium.
-The program of the Liberty
township semi-annual S. S. con
vention will be held with the
Liberty Methodist church on
Saturday, March 11th, 1911.
A very interesting program has
been arranged and will be suc
cessfuly carried out. It begins
at 10 o'clock, a. M. and closes at
3:15, with one hour for dinner.
Everybody cordially invited tc
attend.
-Rev. J. L. Harley of Spar
tanburg, who is at the head of
the anti-saloon and law and or
der league of South Carolina,
gave an interesting lecture in
the Pickens Methodist church
Monday night, and also ad
dressed a crowd in the court
house Tuesday. He will be
back in this county on thc
fourth Sunday in this month,
speaking at one of the churchec
at Easley on the morning of
that day and at night at Pick
ens in the Baptist church. At
3 o'clock in the afternoon l
will hold a meeting for men on
ly in the court house, to which
every man in the county is in.
vited to come. At this meeting
some startling facts and figureL
will be disclosed and it behoovei
every right thinking man, tha1
dan possibly do so, to come ani
hear him.
-Look up our contest dope or
the last page and see the lnt
healthy bunch of runners lined
up there and see if you can pick
the winners. If you think theys
ain't in here start off some one
you think -can win and then dc
all you can to make them suc.
cessful. This thing is getting
interesting, It is creating a heai
of talk and lots of comment.
People are becoming enthused,
they are getting anxious and
want to see you enter and
also wvin. Write to the contesi
department for any informatior
and if you get "stuck" let um
know and we will help you out.
This is going to be one of th<
grandest contests ever pulled
off in this country and you can.
not afford to miss being in it.
The nominating coupon will la
discontinued shortly so start
sonie one off now.
-Hon. B. B. LaBoon, whc
has served the city of Pickens
for two terms as Mayor most
acceptably, has resigned his po
sition, to accept a more lucra
tive job. He has served most
acceptably, and his friends and
the people generally, of the city
are sorry he has resigned. Mr.
J. F. Harris Is acting mayor for
the unexpired term and makes
an excellent presiding officer.
1His friends have been opportun
ing him to stand for election for
the regular term, and he would
look well after the town's inter
est were he elected, but Mr'.
Harris, wvhen approachedl by a
representative of this paper r-el
ative to his candidacy, replied,
"most emphatically (10 I de
cline to run; tell the people
thero's 'nothing doing' with
mo."' T1he election will b~e in
April and the citizens will de
cide before that time on a good
safe man to hold the reins of
goenent for the hext two
vears.
-Anderson 8-4-4 is made up
of ingredients that make cotton
put on fruit.
After January 1st, 1911, the
Pickens Oil Mill will gin on
Friday's only. Dec. 29tf.
-Anderson 8-4-4 costs a little
more at the start, but it makes
so much more in the end.
-For land anywhere in Pick
ens county see or write J. R.
Ashmore, 'The Land Man."
-Good farmers say that the
Anderson 8-4-4 is the best and
cheapest fertilizer you can use.
-The Anderson 8-4-4 goods
make cotton fruit from the
ground up, and there is nothing
better for corn.
Do you want to sell your
farm or town property? See
H. U. Hester "The Real Estate
Man.I' Office in Pickens Bank
Building, Pickens, S. 0.
-J. A. Smith, photographer,
will be in Pickens on Mondays
of each week instead of Satur
days as heretofore. All who
want first class work see him.
-Fine Morgan Stallion! Any
one wishing the services of this
horse will see W. T. Nalley, 24
miles below Pickens, on the
Easley and Pickens road. Ut
-Dr. T. A. Seawright's Don
tal office is in the Masonic Tem
ple, upstairs, over the Pickens
Drug Co.'s store. When in need
of dental work call and see him.
-Have you purchased that
farm yet? I have some nice
places on my list. Write or see
me for anything in Real Estate.
H. M. Hester, The Real Estate
Man.
-WANTED: 300 wood chop
pers, wages from $1.25 to $2 per
day, also 40 head of mules 40
head of oxen.
Chapel
Branichville, S. C.
Notice To Sunday Schools
Every Sunday School is urged
to send one or more delegates to
a meeting to be held on Tuesday,
March 7th, 1911, at Pickens,
S. C., at 12 M.
Elect your delegates on Sun
day, March 5th, and urge upon
them to see that your school is
represented on this important
occasion. See the call to "Lov
ers of Law and Order" in the
issue of this paper dated Febru
ary 23rd.
Secret Order Meetings.
Masonic-A. F. & A. M. meets
Saturday nights on or before
the full moon
Chapter-R. A. M. meets Fri.
day nights on or after the full
moon.
K. of P.-Meets every Mon
day night after the first and
third Sundays.
W. 0. W.-Meets every first
and third Tuesday nights.
City Council meets Tuesday
nights after first Mondays.
Liberty Circuit Appointments.
Liberty: 4th Sunday 11 a. m.
and 1st Sunday night 7:30 p. m.
Ruhamah: 1st Sunday morn
ing 11 a. m.
Bethlehem: 2d Sunday 11 a.
nm. and 4th Sunday afternoon.
Gap Hill: 3d Sunday 11 a. m.
Twelve Mile: 3d Sunday af
ternoon.
Notice of Final Settlement and
Discharge.
Notice is hrel'y givaen that I will
-'make toppheia tin toi J . B. Newblerr,
&q Judi~.. of Probhote far P'ickens coum
ty mn theL State of South Carolina. on the
80~ dlay of March 1911 or as soonl
heard, fors leave to mnake~ final settle'ment
of the e.state of P. Whitens deceasewd,
anrd oibtaini discharge ats admnrt of said
estate. Jase. A. Whiten,
Admwinistrator
'~.DL'..E..JU s..J heer operating. Pain in P1
Shoulder Blades and Backache. Spelso Stomach trouble
Indigestion.8lck Hleadache.coilic. Jaundice. Biliousness.
Coastipation. Piles. Blues, Nervous WVeaknaess. Diityi~.
segon of Lier or Stormach. Chronic Cats h. Bad ate.
Coated Tongue, Weak or irreguliar Hesirt. These- are
unmistakabte symptomns of C iistsanes or a condaitirn pro
duc aiveto ttheir lrnior. buta ro, e aaot tauitai
proda.cc tha-n .. .'ne time or oithe, WVe will scnd a
cops of our copyrighted
ME010AL BOOI( FREE
on Gall troubles, Appendiciti.,ui alt Stomach ~a
Liver Ails, to anon- ite resedt m who sulI'ers froma an,
of the above aymnptcms.or.rn avoid deiay anal suffering. let
ua send you at .. ce a p.scka&r.c cotain~Uin
30l f A Y5' TRF.ATMFNT FOR
u'ON 10 DAYS' APPROVA L
Money refunded lor medicines returned within 10 days if
not fully satisfied. Out treatment consists of four diflerent
medicines which if takcn in conisunction wiil effect a cure
in any case.
Address, CALLSTONE REMEDY CO.
Dopt. 33. 225 Dearborn St., Chicago, Illinoie
,DR. R. E. INGOLD
Dentist
Liberty, S. C.
Practice at Central nem.y Wednesday.
SHOES TO BURN!
We have just received a large shipment of
KISER'S SHOES
and are able to fit you regardless of the size of your feet.
Men's Dress Shoes: Kiser's Special, Bench Made, for.
$5.00. This shoe has all the style you are looking for and its
service can't be beat.
Kiser's- King, for $3.50: We have it in all styles and leath
ers. It can't be beat for long wear and an easy walk.
Kiser Quality, for $3.00, makes your head swim at first sight.
It is a dandy and you should give it a look betore you buy.
Meo's Work Shoes: The last few days of sunshine
makes us think that we won't need any more heavy shoes but
look out for February and March. More snow and ice yet to
come, and when It does, you'll wish you had a pair of these.
Our Strong as Steel, for $3.00, wears like iron.
Heavy Tan Shoe. for $2.00, all leather and a crack-a-jack.
The old-time Brogan that keep warm feet, but makes life's
walk hard. Sell you these foe only a dollar and a half a pair.
Ladies' Dress and Work Shoes: We have a large
line and should be able to fit your feet, fancy and pocket-book.
College Queen, for $3-50: This shoe has a cloth top and it
certainly is something swell. Made to fit like a glove.
Kiser's Model, for $2.50: '1 his shoe is full of style and ser
vice, and, at the price, cannot be beat for fit, style and comfort.
We have another shoe for $1-75 that looks good and will
wear for a while. We won't put an iron-clad guarantee on it.
Our Work Shoes for $i.5o in plain and cap toe are good.
Children's Shoes: We have the whole side of our
store hied with Kid's Shoes. One for soc. Lace and But
ton. This is a good value. One at 75c., in Tan and Black.
This is all leather and gives good service. We have a better
one for $1.25, with cloth top, -that is a peach.
If you, or any of your kidls are bare-footed come to see us.
Bring us all the produce you have for sale and get the best
prices. Yours for Business,
Keowee Supply Co.,
!EA MA 3E9 -ER..A.X4iG-Jara e
Have You Bought
THAT SHIRT WiAIST YET
We have just received a
beautiful line of ladies shirt
waists 'ranging in price from
......50cto'$L.48:
i~ nWe have most anything new
ithe way' of dry goods.
Come .to see us.
CRAIG BROS CO.
One-price Cash Merchants.
*Keowee Pharacy,
Pickens, South Carolina.
Next Door to the Post Offiee.
Test Dr. Hess
POULTRY PAN-A-CE-A
.On Trial
lDid you know that you could feed Dr. Hess Pnultry Pan
a-ce-a the balance of the 'Winter, all spring, in fact untin the
first day of August, then if you are not satisfied that it has paid
andl paid big,
We wril Il en d every centi you have pmid uis.
[t is to make your hens lay, to make your chicks growv fast,
healthy and strong, to cur gapes. cholera and roup.
Of course you are expected to keep yuor poultay free from
lice and for that purp~ose we know of nothing better than
[nstant Louse Killer.
.e i ave your _ore' now.
H. A Richey & Sn.
Bo.anic
BlooFd Balm
(M . IL ) ures Through the blood
Blood Poison,
BONE PAINS, CAN.
GER, SCALY SKIN,
PIMPLES,
Rheumatism, Eczema,
Itching Hiumors.
B. B. (Botanic Blood Blood) is the
onli Blood Remedy that kills the poison
in e blood and then piurifiea it-eend.
ing a flood of pure, ri"h blood direct to
the skin surface, bomee. joints, and
wherever the diacase te located. In this
way all sores, ulcers. plmples, eruptions
are healed and cured. pains and aches
of Rheumatism oeaae,.swvellinga subside.
B. B.- B. completely changes the body
into a clean healthy eondition, giving
the skin the rich. red hue of perfect
health. B. B. B. cures the worst old
cases. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM-B BB
pleasant anl safe to takel composed of pure
lilotaiic ingrediletm. it puriflea and enriches
the blood. I;. if. if. strenigthens the nerves
and biilds upA the broken down 1ystem. Drug.
gluts 11.00 1 hIt LA RG ' lioTTrL E with diree
tions for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Stores,
Tax Notice,
Olice( of Couity' 'Trenstrem Iiekeim t'ouioty.
PiCkens, S. C., e(41it1ember 30th l(.
The books for tile collei'tioi of stut'
Counlty taxes will he open from
Otohier 16th 191( to Deember :ist 190.
'hose V ho prefer to tio 4o em, Imy 111 n.n
ry %9 %, with I per ceinte nhliti l44 ua-Il 0
who )fre for lii8 ii t Pohrnary l
do so with 2 per ent arilloi. who
prefer lughi hinsrehlfl, oti ,t id
11101 1 it l etr l f 1114t I m i o II k"per,
in t. A < ter .t , - t r nyok %% 1,1
N. li.-'ix payerm 41W)) lg pr4414('r lie 444 14)311
tit.< fo (WI Iem'S, Will I)14'4i5 look fu 4 ~t('0 ~
ill teh tow i i or slieeln (
very itportn l t Ii there i ms Fill mi l . %*
School tistits. T wh doI W111 WII
('ine tW (tie u'lei'e (till wrie mIe, 1o4t Int -r toi
Deceinbelr 240th, antd I will ft.rinrisi file ir %.i th
th e iti itiit (in ncl they ,'4 VIM w1t411h 11 " , 143
cliek, iimie ordler tir rei i're.l ite tt, ir
staitmps a re sent cio ntil( wot , i
'enlt, ts I (n Iot ulist- the 1 ' two 1(
N til me 4 ash ith41 etit regl t'riie 41. it I(
Millie to 9('( lost; Ir tvi llr Whvrvi ' it 1111" list,
it seniier's risk.
Levy for State IIx.. ............lIII
Levy for ( '(IIsttit i n m Sehool t lix 111111h
Lowvy fow( rd trllnary, Co nt ! taxIN i II
Lexvy for sh k In le Fe al. il
L ev y fo r l kst i h ........... Ills
l.evy for I 'hauin I (-ig 1
Levy for titm' CoIsti l -.... ........ 11
,J~ 174-4 18
NSCIlotu TA .
SpehIt) 0 1 , e'vy for Sellool rDlltrIct N'i .I
Xpy'('in i' ev fur Si'hool 1)4st1ri(t Nio" 24414
special ILevy for N1hool i'strlct N 1is
Speclal I.evy for sellool District No: I. i1411
Specinal Levy for svhol l)istri(t No. - - .2 Mills
Speceini L.ev. for School iNtric.t No 1. r, , - ." il I
ye(ial ..evy for sehool itstri e NO t) mfllm
SpeenI ie'v for Nehmoil t)itrit No I I
lpeeint Le %v for sehool DIltriet No 7 mI 1
Spelill LevI' fr Nehmoo Distriet No. M, .41 lois
81)elal Ievy for 80lhol Otric't N -1 .1 I11 mIU
Slieini Levy for Sihool I)lstri(q No. li..2 11)11Is
S14'eCiti Levy for seiolol l)lstriet No. 17...-l1 i a
Speein I Levy for selhooi DIstrie tN. , m o. 1 la
sp-'Ii Levy* for sdhool Dlitriet No. ie 21)111
NSjeini 1vy6 for S rhool It No. ' ilst
SlntA!l Levy for lhool lIsmtri et No, 23,..2 m11
Slet, lin Levy for ooli lmlsret No. '1 21, 2mill
SpecIal .evy ror SchIool DistrIt No.: 2 IllillS
SpeciJ Levy for School D)stri ...2 m11111s
Apeeial Levy for school Distri' NO. 294. 3 mills
Specil Levy for School Ilstriet 'No.31. 15mills
Speelel Levy for schoo 1 111tri t No. 3 . 4 mills I
Special Levy for sohool D)istrict No. 8, 2 )m1ill
spoei LevF fu School Distrit > mi
Speoin] Levy rt- Sehool lDistrI' NI. ..mills 011
Speeinl Levy for School Distril t ..'2 matls
Special Levy for School Dinltrict No mll
Ley'~ fer inter0on o1) Picken it. R. 3 mil1 s
hfurricante townshly..1)11
hawy for it)erest 0n l'kilN.'{ * n a4;4~
Lavy for interest on I'iafeli t R. llo mma
Vikens U. It. townsrhipl.. ' 014
I'$f 2'f'- OB IjlIar. Evry 11)14. (it701
ate soldier, who a 14Coneder
those execud sei by aferw, yeara, anid
'Contmultauion fl>adl 'Ta 610Alproh
desiring to pay 64is tax for i9l iA; li ofrsona
days work on) the road, can do so before Miarchi
ant 191 f0yall arsrns e etWen the ages of 21
axnd yra lia e f hstax, except those
Uiapi tt lo t'1ax. All personst ownitng
(os ec og 1o a y a lax of lIflty (5.0) 00ents
04-ec Rig. espectfully,
B. DI. GAAtrIN,
('01nn)1y 'l''ensu4rer.
A BRACELETV, RINO,
CH AIN, LOCKET,
or other ornament makes a
much more acceptale and(
lasting Easter gift than any.
thing else.
SELECT IT HERE NOW,
and we will reserve it for you
till needed. Our reputation is
a guarantee of that.
Prof essional Cards
. 1. IX H( (.' W. E4. PINDIJl;Y
B3OGGS & FINDLEY
Lawyers
4 ilice 4ve'r Pic'ke'ns bnnt40
48tt.
PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
in " m Cleansesg and beatifle, the hair.
Prom~lotegs auuia, t growth.
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Cuam scap *l )fia &, hir frIlb1
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