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and people who probably forgot that
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anywhere, whltb er ill te oiunty
state or United States.
WVP hop1e our subscribers will laty hol
with a Vim n'e111d stait (li a good larg(
IIIII( of co)nIItitanIts by ot' next issue.
('l lll l, ro'444 ' V (.itI-lliiti
The rlsgvning (Ihe con11test, art
few,. sil'lph- and (e1sy. AnyloIdy car
easily c nilply withi hrvill.
n"n-h-a' tislog to gt a1 Inlight
lilt( 1i i 4 or111111 m a lile work. 1t wI ll
t . 0 1 111 1411 .in innth to smine ' 11c,
T il mi wtu t- it lii-ri stitP , o rtIle f ritit- s ,
al i, wt. a11 . g ing to give away.: 11 Slalk
en1tier5 it> ) lt e r IE r1ece.1 .11 iving th it n I'ois
voles 411 l1itring this 1.on 'htoSt.
T I Ihle :4 . lai y onti g s onally 1tul
Sen1 ding in the 1nest Sitieriptilns, n41W
4r r11e11aII sIi , dur1 1ing his cont lit, wi e
will givI 1 hn11d1tsoniv $1 0li rp I)lead
'lk all mnan senttling inl the in14st Sul
A n116i1n8, vither nlew, Or renelwals, durII
g this oln'teslt, we will giveill anll
' llited echolarship ir. a Ii l sin-is
TI'es O pize4 are worth woriiing 'o
and11 111huld 1rente ai1 g1'reat.1g .1. fd_1
personi ty, your1141i ab41 ilit to i i n.lll
toitulue ni erchnts to buy"'s i'll14 advertising
pa ci onitur'ha' o work.whow
work)o ridvetising45,144 014 we wil allowvote
en E'thsm baiits1ta edofrsb
T~e l~e' of his faily a-4 fllows:ilw
1a subsci iption, 401.4'(If lil0' ver
each.The frst 0 ,00.o 8,it'14 "O44
Onife n ubripton no 0.i0, Iol .t wil "
wi*lldibesionvtes the ab541 ov bas)is),
Thintes w'd4rlf be) conduitero fri
busi tme tol ande wie llots a squar1)
duledl N patislit p ir, bewhe vn an
rendped i1erlh fine. ,md eti
will winn~teso prizon wholse dicie
by atomittee41b4 of udges who wl
con the ivend fwreeb the prizr
Any~ rersoband orwn by gen U
o emplyt fthsppro i
member of his famil,1wl ealw
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The piano will be all we claim it to be
and the nanufactureri, iron-cladl 10-year
guarantee goes with it. Thelwinner has
tle chtoice of a handsome nahogony, or
walntal, or oak case.
We are going to give you choice of a
Marslhall & Wentlall piano, or a Harvard.
The first nameI makers began business
in Albany. N. Y., in 1836. They put out
an instriument that is first-class in every
way. This is an instrunent that cannot
h1 nad0e tiny better than it is; if it could
bo the makers would add the improve
maeats. The Harvard is lit old and also
well known instriulment. It is o of
the John uitrch Piano anllId Organ Co.
productions, anl we cannot say any
nore for it than for the other pianio.
Each of these plianos atre handled by
M r. John If. Williams, of Greenville, S.
C.. we unlerstand, and he recommends
thei very highly and guarantees thein
Thev Daily Piedmot some time ago
gtave away 41 of tihe Marshall & Wenadall
oianos and the witiners are highly
pleased with their premiums, as their
letters, low ol fle will show.
If you want a nice piano now is your
chance to get otne. It will take only a
lit e time anad work to win it. You
have friends ani relatives entough to
Prt'o(1 tar. thizi preinilli for you, so why
de Iy'l Ten getbsy
It' yot want further inafoaiaa1tiona, or
taed haelp. wI ite
The i t st Ial lger,
'ickens, S. .
(.1)NTI IT.\NTS F0OR 1)1A NO0.
Mliss Vidia .Shwriff 1,000
Mliss Anni. Ioggs 1.000
Mliss Lillie Moore . 1,(00
NI iss t ut 'owers 1,060
1X NI I i , I 'ickents, Rolute 2.
.\Miss IHattie 1loroughs 1.000
NIliss lHetlel Nann11a 1,01)(I
Miss Lizzie Garrett 1,V'OO
I' CKNS, Route .1.
MIiss Iva folder 1,100
I'I CK ENS:
Niiss NIinni.' lerd ,u00
Mliss l'earla laeste I ,000
Al iss J siChastain aI.00
)Ii~s i li. a l 1,000l
TPAlIfI AlNIT., Nlerietta, Itotnte'2.
Nliss Li 'l~a Jont's ;.
P~ l'lKN8. I. ;2.
\Vr. Zini Allrale 1.00
V .\ls Telnt .mbe.1,0100
aON' N TS -'lt I , .1)T
lI K ENIt I.
J. I.1. llgood 1000
lI l'. ItI I anat0
NI NI. I laoe *Q,00
J . ln l 1x *~,t0
.IEV l~S It :,
IA'~lt KN, It;.
S. Vt. (IrteI It00
.\1 I1. l~a~Ihier !.tatu
fects ofnrck .0
t notCt ol buldshr i,0
b ilk~tV an rprl or
Nearly.all mothers who
take this plendi foo
uho the obn engthia but
t i- ery shorishte.ir
nrse theair o chi' a(ildren. houd
betke I n oethi k slndid fl llt Hecood.
toc, n otn only Luc keepny
beautfu &ain~ UONnk 409 Phea S.kewh-ork
vivortising It 1#0,4 Reawoajad
SubserilIlon Price One Dollar a Ya a
tvrfod bit Picokens FostOffice AN Seco0nd Cla
THURSDAY MAR. 10 1911
Statement of the Uotidition of the
Bank of Norris,
located at Norris, S. C.,
at the close of basiness March 7th 1911.
Loans aind Discounts...... $33,766.51
Overdrafts,................. 1,386 4
Bonds and stocks owned
by [lank................... 1,000.00
Furnituro and Fixtures.... 2,065.09
Haikingc 1louso.............. 1,351.10
Duo from Hanks and Bankers 7,047.71
Curroney........ ......... 2,100.00
Silver and otbor Coin...... 224 18
Capital Stock Paid In.... $20,000.00
Undivided Profits, lass
Current Expenss antd
Tax Paid ........ . .... 1,445.13
Duo to Minank an Bankers 1,200.00
Individual Deposits subject
to Cheek................ 11,534.1 90
Time Certificates of Depoait :3,672.17
Cashier's Choeks.......... 288.87
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Before me caine E. W. 'late, Cash
ier of the above named bank, who
b)ing (u1y sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true eon
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said bank.
E. W. Tate.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 14th (lay of March 1911.
J. D. MAUliDIN.
Corrct-Attest Notary Public.
J. D). BOLDING,
b. G. PillLIAPS, - Directors.
E. W. TATE,
Statement. of the Condition of
The Pickens Bank
ILmcted at Piickens. 'S. C.,
at tho close )f business 'March 7th 1911
IWI"SOURE( S :
Loans and Diiscounts.... . 1(11, 131.61!
Donc's and Stoicks owned
1ly Hank. ............... :1,200.00
Flurniture and Fixtures. .. 2,:2-1 -1
lianking 1fouse...... ...... 10.9)tI.5:
Duo front lianis and( 1'anker.,:1,008.7.
G old ....................... 75 O(
Silver and other Coin..... 97 lic
Checks and Cash Items.... 1,029.11
Total.. .... .... . ... .. .. $215. 722.9
Capital Stock Paid In.... $ 20,500.01
Surplus iund......... . .. 29,:500.0(
Undivided Profits, loas Cur
rent Expen'ses and 'Taxes
Individual Deposits subject
to Cheek.... .... .. . .....87,890
Savint's Deposits...... ......75,000.0(
Cashier's Cheeks. ...........228.84
Ot her Liabailitius, viz. : In
ra'si tu atccoun t............107.8:
Total.................. $215. 722.9W
State of South, (Caroli na,
County of Pickerns.
I leforae me catme I. M. Ma uldina, ensh.a
ior of thie ab1 ove naimed bank, wvno,
beain OL' uly sworn. salys that the abov<
and foreL'oinelL statemetnt is a true con -
dlitiona of sauid banik, as showvn by rh<
bo-oks ( o said han K.
Swoarna t and sabsceribed hefore in,
this 1:8th dny oft Martch 1911 .
G. l'. lIl)iHI(KS. (seal. a
Notary P'ublic for Sou th Ca rolina.
Corre'ct. At test
.1. M. ST I'WA RT.
S( 1tatement. of 1h ('oti ~ ndittena 7 of
Loaans antd Discouants. ... $05
hurtitate, :atnd lixatat e...... . . ,1421
Cat kn t 11'tt(' .... ..........i......a .71(
Currenaai~ev..........;jt..............:i . l
h"I aI---- . .......... . . 1 (
Capital Stock P'aid itt. .. . .....$5,000).0(
Surp hlus Funttd...........I(0(
Umtdiv~ided pr'onfts less ( urra'ent
E'xpenisas ad Tlax(s P~aid . 1.4o.t
Imhalvtdutal De)posits Stahje(t toi
Timte.C( ata ilentes of Deposit . . 4.811.21
C'ashaier's Checks...............ego yi
Bills payaible. incahatg Certi..
tientes tot' )Ioniey horarowea t 5,t00. 0(
Tlotal..--..--..--.... ........$52.66 'I
State of Soutth C.aroinaa,
County of Piekenas.
Blefora tme e'nnwt \W. II. Capmmtaa
('asier of 'abov'e ainaed boank, whlo, be
ing dutly sworna, says that t hett ab ove mtty
forecgointg stattemtena.i0t titea i rt:0 a uht
of staid bankl, as shaown bay thet baooks a
said bank W. hi. ( 'haapana.
Sworn to andt subscribIed Ibefor mt' a
this :13 lt ' dayf Nlar('h 191l.
W1. 4. GiLlNN.
CorectA~tst, Notary Pbtlaie
J. F. tRc A NE )as(
Tf. N. I1 UNTERP, 1 Direactors
Mi. A. lloggs. i
Clean.es and bautAI teth a.
-. Ilo8tore Gray
to have i
Notice of Final Settlement and
NOTICE is hereby given, that I Vill
make application to J. H. Newberry
Eq. , Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of "out h ('arolina,
on the (I dlay of A pril 191ii1, at 11 o'clock
itt the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as
said appliica:tion can he heardI, fo r le'iave
to make fintal set'lemen t of the estate
Z, A. 1[lendricks de'ceaseei, and obtain
d ischarge as Executor of 584 Sai s:; te.
M, A Hloggs,
Notice of Final Settlement and
Notice is hereby given th-';~ I will
mrake appliction to J. If. Newherry,
EI 4(. Judgeic of P robot~e for l' ickenis (o'Ot..
t~y mn thle St ate Of South Caro l itna *On t he
8o dlay of Alarch 1911 01' ats soon
the reafetr as said applienctiotn (*:m he
htearud, for leave toe mak e final settl'et
ofi thle e'stateI of P'. Wh iten' i d'iear';d,
andr obitaini dIischarige' asi admIrt cf s~iaid
estate. Jas. A. W hi ten.
Notice of Finial Settlemtent and1(
NOiC(E is hereby given thart 1 wvill
makit e ap p ielt ion to .J. I1. Newvherry
E J. IJdge of P rohiale forec Picketns
countfty , in the State of' South C aroilina,
eon the 11gIh day of' A pril 1911 at 11
ee'clock in the for'entoon, cr ass oont there.
aifter as sauld ajplicatnren enn he0 heard,
for leav'e to make fi nal settletment with
liy warde 1'. Sondleyv Robinsonu. mrintor
an td obttamt dischaturge as guard iani of'idil
meinor'. dl irts. J. May iradley.
Notice of Final Settlenment and
N(OTI CE is herebhy givent that I will
make application to J7. H. Newhetrry
En., Judge of Probate of Pickens coun
ty, in the State of South UnrJaelina. on
the 13 dlay of A pril. 1911, 11 o'clock in
the forentootn. or as soon thereafter as
said ap)plication canf he6 hootrd, for leafve
to makec final settlement of the estate oif
A brahtanm J. Jotes deceased, and obtain
dlischargeo as ad minlitraItot' of smid estate.
JT. T1. .Jones
Ad--n inistra tot'
Notice of Final Settlement and
NOT'ICE is htereby given that we wvill
make application to J7. 13 Newhberry
Esq., Judge of Prob~ate for Pickens coun
ty, itn the State of Soulth Carolhna, (tn
thme 13th day' of A pril. 1911 at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or' as sotn thter'e
aifter as sid applicati.ont can he h('ard,
for leave to maiike finai 5lettlemtlfl of
lie estate of William I tarpter d(cead
artd obtajin discharge ats executtors
of 5said estate.
March 16t4 Tr. M. WVelhorn,
J. M. Norton,
Liberty, S. C.
Prciaat Central every Wednesday.
and Summer +
tg of HATS.
.ve just received and have
one of the hancsomest and
3-minute lines of NOB:BY
has been our good fortune
.n many seasons.
the new shapes and colors
in endless variety and you
be pleased and satisfied if
e in for a choice.
Hats are made by the fa
twes Mfg. Co., whose wares
wn in every city in. the
as a standard of highest
mud excellence of workman
iblic is cordially invited to
and inspect the line and be
ud possessor of a H1awes
T I LD,
R E ENVVL .E., . C.
NA VA SSA~
Many times a need for some sort of special fertilizer is
felt, and the Navassa Guano Co., has for 40 years been mnak
ing a specialty of Special Fertilizers.
If you Mr. Farmer, want something for a special putrp~ose,
see the agents, FOLGER, THORNLEY & CO., Pickens an 1
find out howv well your needs conl be supp)lied.
It will pay you to do this. Your crops respond to your
efforts in 1roportion to the amount of time, attention and care
that you give them at planting time, and when the harvest
season comes round you will find that your Bank account will
have grown in keeping with your efforts now.
"IT ALWAYS PAYS '1.0 DO THINGS WELL." THE
FARMER WIHO LISTENS TO THIS ADVICE COMES
OUT Al-EAD) OF THE OTH-ER FELLOW. .
Let us figuare with you on your Spring bill of Fertilizer.
We carry a line ol NAVASSA GOODS and can fill your
NAVA\SSA GUANO IS SECOND TO -NONE.
.Folger', T~liol-itey & Coiiipaliy,
A\gent Navassa Guano Co.,
Pickens, S. C.
Have grown the best crops for
I Forty Three Years
Long experience in selecting materials, great care in manu
facturin g and conscientious effort in every dlepartment have
combined to make them the standard of excellence.
The success of your c'rop.3 next Fall depIendls largely upon
the Fertilizer you use. Insist upon01 having
'I THE FERTI LIZ ER OF QUALITY
And be assured of
Successful Field Results
FOLGER., THOI(RNL~EY & CO., Age its.