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HAN0DSOME PI
a SubscripUon Cai
1000 Votes For E
Contest Has Started Read
Candidat
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Get In The Grme, Get Busy, Everybody.
Subscribe ai
(0
Get busy, everybody. Enter the great
contest now going on. In this issue is
a complimentary coupon. good for 1000
votes. Fill it out for yourself or some
friend. You can start as n.many people
in this contest as you want to, but only
one of these coupons willI be allowed to
a contestant-the balance of the votes
they receive must be gotton by getting
subscriptions, job work and advertising
for this paper, Votes on these propoesi
tions will be allowed according to the
schedule below.
The contest will be run according to
the rules published in our issues of Feb
ruary 2d and 9th, ult. See those papers
and get to work.
We have lots of old accounts-people
who were cut off in our former contests
and people who probably forgot that
they owed anything when they ordered
the paper stopped, or got the postmaster
to have it discontinued-that we would
like to get settledl in some manner; to
all such, we will allow extra votes.
This contest is open to any lady or man
anywhere, whether in the county,
state or United States.
We hope our subscribers will lay hold
with a vin and start oil a good large
hunch of contestants by our next issue.
The rules governing the contest are
few, simple and easy. Anybody can
easily comply with them.
SoumeboN'y is going to get a mighty
fine pim 1iim for a littl worc. It will
imeain about $2100 per month to some one.
To m1.aok. it int ertstiug to the fiarumers,
also, we are g-ing to give away a Stalk
cutter to the farmer receiving the most
votes during this contest.
To the lady getting peraonally arnd
sendiig in the most subscriptions, new
or renewals, during this cont( at, wo
will give a landsone $05 00 Drop Head
$250, whlicp may ecount for her eco- |
noilctaif use. of stage dress lif
sewing maciune.
To the man sending in the most sub
script,ions, either new, or renewals, dur
ing this contest, we will give an un
linmited scholarship in a lhaisinuess Col
lege'.
Thetse prizes are worth working for
and should create a great dleal of good
natured rivalry amnongst our people
and readers.
The secret oft success lie's In youri
personality, your ability to) in
ducet new peeple to subscribe and
old subscribersr to renew and pay up;
to intduce merchants to buy adlvertising
space anti putrchase job wvork.
To all persone contracting for job
Work or advertising we will allow votes
on the same basis that we do for sub
acriptions.
Tihe, scale of votes is as follows:
I years subscription, I .00, 1,000 votes
2 ' " 2.00, 2,500"
:t a " 3.00, 4,000
4 " 4.00, 6,000("
5 " "' 5.00, 8,500 "
I "' " 6.00,. 10,000 "
10 " " 10.00, 25,000"
[ift' Subscript ion 20.010, 100,000"
Jobl wvork ant adlvertising aicounts
will be given votes on the aibove b~asis,
also.
This contesat wvill be contductedl en fair
busines methotls antI will be a square
decal. No partiality w ill be sho vni any
cointtstant, but every asistance possible
rendlered each one.
wira of' prizea will bi' tdecidedi
* by a committee of judges wvho will
* count the votes, andI award the p~rize.ts
according to the votes receivetd.
No) fee wvill he tcharged a cantdidate to
enter this contest.
Any peorson, man or woman. boy or
girl, of good repute can enter.
No employe of this p~aper, or direct
member of his family, will be allowed
to enter.
In another column will be found a
free nomInating coupon which cut out
and 1111 im with the name of the person
whom you wish to enter as contestant
and send it in to the Uontest Depart
mnt. If you w~at to nomiinate more
than one, you also have that privilege,
but you must use separate coupons for
each. The first one of these coupons
receiveti for each contestant entitles
him, or her to 1000 votes.
Only one nominating coupon will be
allowed a contestant.
One person can nominate several
candidates, but the person so doing, is
not obligating themselves, in any way,
by so doing.
The time to enter Is now. Don't wait
and don't hesitate, Start today..
Nominate yourself, your sIster, friend,
brother, or somebody else's sister, today.
From time to time free ballots will be
iubshed nths r, which, when
owthe person whoso natne is
elltento the number of votes stated.
NO GIVEN AWAY
aign and Voting Contest
very Dollar Paid In
0
All About It. Nomnate Your
e Early.
induce Your Frieuds and Neighbors to
id Pay Up.
scriptions to this paper. Each person
who subscribes or renews a subscription
is entitled to the coupon of votes, accor
ding to the scale of votes printed.above.
and can cast them at any time during
the contest for any ono of the candidates
The piano will be all we claim it to be
and the manufactureri, iron-clad 10-year
guarantee goes with it. The winner has
the choice of a handsome mahogony, or
walnut, or oak case.
We nre going to give you choice of a
Marshull & Wendall piano, or a Harvard.
The first named makers began business
in Albany. N. Y., in 1830. They put out
an insritrment that is first-class in every
way. This is an instrument that cannot
be made any better than it is; if it could
be the makers would add the improve
ments. The Harvard is an old and also
well known instrument. It is one of
the John 'huroh Piano and Organ Co.
productions, and we cannot say any
ruore for it than for the other piano,
Eaclh of these pianos are handled by
4i,. John H. Williams, of Greenville, S.
J.. we understand, and he recommends
heim very highly and guarantees them I
Lbsolutely.
The Daily Piedmont some time ago
rave away 4 of the Mlarshall & Wendall
ianos and the winners are highly
Aleased with their premiums, as their
etters, now on ie will show.
If you want a nice piano now is yourI
ahnce to get one. It will take only a
ittle time and work to win it. You
have friends and relatives enough to I
procure this premium for you, so why
lelay? Then get busy.
If you want further information, or
led help. write
Tiho Contest Manager,
Senti nel-Journal,
Pickens, S. 0.
JONTESTANi'S FOR PIANO.
NORRIS: 1
liss Vida Sheriff 1,0001
LIBERTY:
liss Annie Boggs 1,000
cEuN'it A L:
Miss Lillie Moore 1,000
lMis (ula Powers 1,000
,11X MILE, Pickens, Route 2.
Miss llattie Boroughs 2,0001
Miss Lizzie Garrett 1,000
PICKENS. Route 4.
Miss Eva Holder 3,500
PICKE~NS:
Mtiss Minnie Iherd2,0
Miss Pearla Hester ,0
Miss Josie Chastain 00
Mis3 T1 Bates 7,500
DACUSVILLE:
M!~iss Lillie Sutherland -5,000
T1A BLE MlT., Marietta, Rouite 2.
Miss LeQiLa Jonesa 1.500
PICKENS. R. 5.
Mrs. Zinie Hrnzeale 1.000
CLI"MSON COLLEGiE,
Miss 'lecoa Madldeni. 1,0001
JOCASSE, 8...
Misi A nnie W hlimnire 1,000
PCKFNS, R 3,
(1 racia Porter 1 00')
LIBERTIY R 3
Nliss Ninian Griflin 1.000
CONTESTANT1S FOR STALK CUT
TER
PICKENS, R. 1
J. B. Findlley 5,000
Elisha (Gilstr~ap. 4.000
PICKENS, R 2.
WV. B. Allgood 3000
U. F. Free-man 1,000
W~ B. Mann I ,00.)
F. R. Moon . 00
PICK ENS, R 3.
W. R. Price 1000
Ed Griffin 1,000
PICKElNS R 4.
A. L. Edens 3500)
iM. AM. Holder 2 000
J1. W. ib-ndricks i.000
PICKENS, R 5.
J, B. Brazeale 1000
PIOKENS, R 6.
A. P. Alexanide~r 1000
Robt. Curtis 1,000
LIBERTY, R 3.
S . W. O'Dell 1000
EARLEY R (6
J. L. Bagwell89
MURPHREE.
J .L. T1noas 3,000
LIBERITY Rt 8
W. M. Gantt 1.000
PARKER'S -
HAIR BALSAM
Proesi'ongalInua rdsh
J. E. BOOGS W. E. FINDLEY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Lawyers
Pickens, S. 0.
Offce over Piekens bank.
48t.
>Castle Hall
Plokens Lodge NIo. 123
K. ofP.,
Stated convention 8:80 p. mn,, Monday
evening after the 1st and 8d Sunday.
Work ahead for all the Ranks,
All visitors cordially Invited,
B3y order' of
Clei'k's Sale.
State of SoutbCarol'na.
County of Piokeny,
In Common pleas court.
- Wilmington Savings and Trust Co.,
plaintiffs,
vs
J. M. Hubbard, Defendant,
In pursuane of a aeoretal order in
the above stated case, by Hon..George
W Gage, dated March 3 1911 and on
file in the Clerk's oflice. I. will soll
to the highest bidder on saleday in
April 1911 during the legal. hours for
sale at Pickens Court House S.U. all.
that piece parcel or track of land in
County and stato .aforesaid Puinpkin
town Township containing one Hun
dred and Twenty-five acres rnore or
less adjoining lands of Matthew Hond
ricks Wm. Joneq and obter lands owp
ed formerly by 1R. E. Bowen being
named in doed from said Bowen to me
as the J. 13. Hester trae' and Mary
Hubbard tract. Bowen dood vol. K.
J53 my dood vol P1. 218.
Torms cash. Purchasers to pay for na
pers and for Recording same.
A. J. Boggs,
Clerk of Court.
Clerk's Sale.
state of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
n Court of Common Pleas.
R. M. Boluinw Plaintiff,
vs
I. Vickery and F. G. biauldin.,
Defendants.
In pursuance of a decretal order in
be above stated case by Hon. Georen
V. Gage dated March 3 1911 and on
ile in the Clerk's office, Pickens coun
y S. C. I will sell to the highest bid
let on salesday in April 1911 during
he legal hours for sale at. Pickens
Jourt Houso S. C. all that piece nar
el or tract of land lying aid being
mituated in said state and county afore
maid Beginning on a rock on time South
ilde of Cedar Oreek, th'ence east to a
,ock, thence north to a pine, thence
lorth west to a rock, thenceo south to a
EMickory thence south-woeit to the be
inning corner adjoining iands of J. I.
Vickery on the east D. B. Mnrpbree on
;he west Henry Bowon on the south
cnown as the Billy Crenshaw land and
:ontaining one Hundred and fifty acres
noro or loss. Torm cash.
Purchasors to pay for papers and for
locording same.
A. J. Bomigs.
Clork of Court.
State of South Carolina,
County of Piekens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
In pursuamce of a decrotail order
made in the following named Case and
on file in the Citrk's office I will sell
to the highest bidder during the lega.l
hours for sale at Pickens Court House
S. C. on Salesday in April 1911 the'fol
lowing desoribed real estate upon the
terms hereinafter mentioned tow it:
C. W. Mauldin Plain'iff.
vs.
Ben P. Griffin etal ' Defendants.
All that corta in piere parcel or lot
of land contaiming one amnd one I~alf
(1%j) acres more or less lying in the
state and cony afore said near the
town af Pickenis adjoining lands for
nmerly owned by Dr. Fi. A. Miles and
others and being the llace whereon I
now live Beginning ou a stone 3x.
Dr. Miles corner and running thee N
21 E 4 :75 to a stone 3x thence N 57 1.2
WV 316 to a stone 3x thence S 21 WV
4 :75 t~o a stomie, thence S 571; E 316
to the Beginning stone the same being
more pairticuialy doscribed by a plat of
samle mamdc by ,). WV. Bruusoni surveyor
27 November 1883. The lot herein de
seruhu'u boinrg the same lot descra bed in
a mortgage from Ben P. Griffin to
Elias Day and W. A. Clyde dated 10th
of April 1889 anid recorded in
mortgage lBook ''('' page 232, records
of Pickonis County to which records
roforonce is hereby made.
Terms (cash on day of sale, terms
must b)e complied with in one hour
after sale of the premises will be sold1
en snm day at thme risk of the former
purchaser.
Purchaser to piay for all pape)rs and
recording the same.
A. J. Boggs, (seal)
Clerk of Court.
Summons IFor Relief.
ST A'T'E OF SOUTH CA ROiNA'
C2ounity ef Pickns
Court of Cornmion P'leae.
Sunmnmns for Relief-Complainmt Served
Plaintiff.
Against
J TV. Rice, J1. L.. Russell arid J1. M. Rlchardsmon,
i~efendantm
To the defenidants J1. TI. 1ice, . I,. Russell and
J1. M. Richamrdson:
You mre Hereby Summonomed amnd required to
answer the conumlt inm this action, of
which a copy is herewith served upomn you,
amnd to serve a copy of your manswer to the said
complaint .on the subscribers at their oflice in
Pilckens, South Carolina within twenty days
after time service hereof, exclusive of the day
of msuch service; anid if yontfall to answer time
complait ithlin the time aforesaid, the plani-~
tiff' in this aictionm will apply to the Court for
lime relief diemanded( in the complatint.
D~ated Jan. i8tl) A. I). 1911
A. .J. Rioggs , .
iHoggs & Find iey,.
P'laintif' s Attorneys.
To J. T. Rice anid J. M. Rieloardsonl
IDefendant.,.I
You are hereby notified 'that the complaint
In5 this action was filed in Oletk ee10 of Jiok
enu cotunty 2t dayo ofMarch 1e1.
I! !N
Spring
Show
We h
on show
up-to-th
HATS i
to have
All of
are here
can but
Vou comr
These
mous IH
are kno
country
quality 4
ship.
The p
co-ine in
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Notice of Final Settlement and
Discharge.
NOTICE is hereby givena that I will
make application to J. B. Newberry
Eeq., Judge of Prm obate for Pickens
county, in the State of South t'arolina,
on the ti day of A pril 1911, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as
said application can be heard, for leave
to make final Bet' lemient of the estate
Z. A. Hiendrickcs deceased, and obtain
discharge as Executor of saidi estate.
M, A B~oggs,
Executor.
Notice of Final Settlement and
Discharge.
Notice is hereby given th'f I will
make application to J1. BI. Newberri,
Esq. JIudge~ of Probote for l'icke'ns con,
ty mn the Slate of South Carolinnton th<
311 dhv of March 1911 or as soor
thereafter as said application enn hi
heard, for leave to mn ,ke fintal settl-mn1
of ' h. estate of P. Whilen, dee.so,
and obtain dlischarge as admr. of sine
estate. Jas. A. Whiten.
Administrator'
Notice of Final Settlement and
Discharge.
NOTlICE is hereby given tha't I wil
miake application to J1. B. Newvberra
Esq., Judge of Probate for P'icken:
eounty , in the State of South Carolina
on the 18th dlay of April 1911 at 11
oi'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
'fter as smid application can he heard
for leave to make final settlenment witl
my ward F. Sondley Roblison. inni
and obtamn discharge as Auardian of sait
mihor. airs. J. May Gra'dey.
March 16t4 (Guardlian
Notice of Final Settlement anc
Discharge.
NOTICE is hereby given that I wil
make application to J. B. Newberr3
Esq., Judlge of Probate of Pickens coun
ty, in the State of South Oarcolina, or
the 113 day of April. 1011, 11 o'clock ir
the forenoon,. or as soon thereafter ai
said application can be heird, for leavi
to make final settlement of the estate eo
Abraham J. Jones decensed, and obtait
discharge as ad ministra tor of saidl est ate
March 16t4
J. T. Jones
Admainistrator
Notice of Final Settlement anm
Discharge.
NOTICE Is hereby given that we wil
make application to J1. B. Newvberra
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens couti
ty, in the State of South Carolhna, 01
the 18th day, of April. 1011 at I
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
after as said application can h~e heard
for leave to make finai settlembent a
the estate of William Harper decease<
and obtain discharge as executor
ofMach 16t4t TI. M. Welborn,
J. M. Norton,
- Executors.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Dentist
Liberty, S. C.
raattaae at' Ctriala ev.r. Wmdne-a.
i'''. 17i.
and Summer
1911
[ng of HATS.
ave just received and have
one of the handsomest and
e-minute lines of NOBBY
t has been our good fortune
in many seasons.
the new shapes and colors
in endless variety and you
be pleased and satisfied if
Le in for a choice.
Hats are made ~by the fa
awes Mfg. Co., whose wares
wn in every city in the
as a standard of highest
nd excellence of workman
ablic is cordially invited to
and inspect the lineand be
ud possessor of a Hawes
HT HCHILD,
rHE TAILOR'p
P*U.EENVIL^ r, -S.
I NAVASSA
FERTILIZERS
Many times a need for some sort of special fertilizer is
felt, and the Navassa Guano Co., has for 40 years been mnak
mga specialty of Special Fertilizers..
I f yuMr. Farmer, wvant something for a special purpose,
~1see the agents, FOLGER, -THORNLEY & CO., Pickens andi
find out how wvell your needs con be supplied.
It will pay you to do this. Your crops respond to your
efforts in proportion to the amount of time, attention and care
Ithat 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 efiorts now.
"IT ALWAYS PAYS '10 DO THINGS WELL." THE '.
FARMER WHO LISTENS TO THIS AD)VICE COMES
OUT AHEAD OF THE OTHER FELLOW.
Let us figure with you on your Spring bill of Fertilizer.
We carry. a line ol NAVASSA GOODS and can fill your
wants.
:'NAVASSA GUANO IS SECOND TO NONE.
Folger, Thorniley & Company,
1Agent Navassa Guano Co., -
iPickens, S. C.(
ETIWAN FERTILIZERS
b Have grown the best crops for
1Forty Three Years
Long experience in selecting materials, great care in manu..
facturmg and conscientious effort ini every department have
combined to make them the standard of excellence.
IThe success of your crop3 next Fall depends largely upon
Sthe Fertilizer you uise. Insist upon having
Etiwan Brands
I. THE FERTILIZER OF QUALITY
And be assured of
Successful Field Results
FOLGER, THORtNLEY A 00., Agente.s

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