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In a Subscription Campo
1000 Votes For Ev
Contest Has Started Read I
Get In The Grme, Get Busy, Everybody.
(jet lu:sy, everybody. Enter the great s
contest now goilig on. In this issilt' is
a coImplimentary (oupon. good for 1000
votes. Jl.'1 it out for yourself or some a
friend. You can start as many people t
in I his contest, as you Want to, but only
nI)(, of these coupons will hIe allowed to
a contestnt-t ho balaince of thlt votes
they re'Ceive must hie gotton by getting
sublscriptions, Job work mid advertisling
for this paper. Votes on these proposi
tions will be allowed according to the
The contest will be run according to
the rules published in our issues of Feb
ruary 2d and 9th, tilt. See those papers
and get to work.
We have lots of old accounts-I ople t
who were cut off inl our former conitests
and people who probably forgot that
they owed anything when they ordered
the papt'r stolpped, or got the Iotall 'er
to have it d iscontiniued--that wo woldli
like to get settled inl siole malliler; (t)
all stileh, We will allow extra votes. 9
This contest is open to any hail y or man
anywhere, whether in the county,
state or United States.
Wev hope our llbscribers will lay hold c
with a vim and start. oi a good large
huinch of etesitilts by our11 ixt. isseli.
'T'le rules governing the ant.st a 1
tew, simpl :11( itsy. Anlyldy (al
easily Cmllply wvith thiem11.
Soniihil v is going to get a Iimighty
fin, pr'emil-an fotr a litthl-rk 1t will
11asa ab14,ut - f0 perl n 1onlth to temel M1ne.
I'l w a, a1t it :1ere )tg t lt fCarumels,
also, wv ar. g. ing to give awav a Stalk
clitier to the farmer receiving the mllost,
votes during this contest.
To he hil y getting lrsonalI y ant
settohg in the most sulbseriptionls, new
oI renewals, diu ring Ihis contst, we
will give a hanilsoume $65 01) Drop Ivnd S
To the man sending in the most sub
stcriptions, itlier now, or renewals, idur'- 1
ing this eontest, we will give an tn.
limnited Fecholars4liip ir. at Ilhsities~s t'()I
Thiese piz' aro wor'th workling fo'r
and1( shioul crieate a gr'eat dca Il of 1ood
niaturiedl rivalr'y amnongst our peLollo 3
andii readiers. '
TJhe secreit ofi su(ccess lies in youri'
perso~nal it, your i i ability to in
,luc niew~ peeple to subsibeili anti
old( sub lscr'il,'ri to renew~l a nil pay uip;
to Iindluie mierchants to buy3 ad vertisinig
lpaice andi purchlase' job work. 3
Tlo all pen'ius ciint.rac(t ing for' jib
on the samne biasis that we do for sub
Thle senc te' of otes is as follows:
I year's subiscripition, I..10, 1 ,000 v'otes
Je Snsc'itil '2.00, I,0 t "l.ti
.t, e ot' an .00,vei i ,i0g "i''
w ill be' givlen votets tin t het abovel~ basi s, 1
'Thlis etontest wilIhi be ombieitedt on fauirz
builsinies meithodls andI w"ill lie a stllare
dheal. No ptar'tiality w ill be' slhwvni an.
r'eluleredI each one1.
wirs of piriz~es will be' dideIil
hv a commjiittet' of' judges. whlo will
counti the v'otec:, and a war'd thle prizes
No fe' will b e chiargedl a entlite Ii to
en terz this contest.
Any pierson, manf or' woiimn, boy to'
gir'l, of 'good r'epuite can enter.
No emloye of this paper,(1 or dir'ect
memcnber' of his family, wilt be allow'ed
In another' columnil will be found a
friee nomninatinig c'Iloupo whl'iich cutI out
anid ill1 mI with the nnamo of the per'sonl
whom you wish to eniterl as8 contesltant
and send it in to t he Contest llepatt'
menit. If yiou waniit to nominaite miore
than one, y'ou ailso have that privile'ge,
but you muiist use separto'li couiponis for'
each. Th'le iir'st (onet of these c111oupos
r'eceived( fior each contestanit entitles
him, or' hier IC) 10l votes.
Only one nomiining coupon will be
allowed a contestanit.
cadiatlieits, buiit thle per'son so idoinug, is
by so diioing.
The time to) enter is no0w. D~on't wait
and don't hesitate, Start today.
Nominate yourself, your sister, frienid,
birother, or semebhody else's sister, today13.
Fr'om tIme to time free ballots will be
published in this 1)aperC, which, wvhen
clippedl, properly filled ot, and sont in,
will allow the person whose namel& is
thereon, to tho niumbor of votes stated.
These votes are giveni free by the paper,
0 GIVEN AWAY.
ign and Voting Contest
ery Dollar Paid In
dl About It, Nomnate Your
Induce Your Frieuds aud Neighbors to
eriptions to) this paper. Each person
rho ,subscribes or reniews at subscription
i entitled to the coupon of votes. accor
ing to the scale of votes printei above,
nl can eist them at any time during
he contest for any ont of the candidates
The piatio will be all we claim it to be
nId the manufacturern iron-clad 10-year
uarantee goes with it. The winner has
he choice of a handsome mihogony, or
enint, or oak case.
Wo are going to give you choice of :I
larshall & W endall piano, or a Harvard.
'he first named makers began husiness
SAlbiny. N. Y., in 1836. They put out
n instriunent that is first-class in every
ay. This is an instrument that cannot
e made any better than it is; if it could
o the makers would add the improve
ients. The Harvard is an old and also
eIl known instrument. It is one of
he JIohn 'hureli Piano and Organ Co.
roductions, and we cannot say any
lore for it than for the other piano.
Each of these pianos are handled by
1--. John 11. Williams, of Greenville, S.
we understand, and he recommends
hem very highly and guaranteis them
The Daily Piedmont some time ago
ave away 4 of the Marshall & Wendall
ianos andI the winners are highly
lens -d with their premiums, as their
tiers, now on file will show.
If you want a Iice piano now is your
liance to get one. It will take only a
it t let in- and work to winl it. You
aVe friends Inlod relatives enough to
r1)(1ure (his premiim for you, so why
lay%? Thenl get buisy.
I yon p O want further information, or
TheI t ontest Manager.
Pickens. 6. C.
'ONTI''TANTS FOR PIANO.
liss Vida Sheriff 4,500
Liss A nie ljoggs 1,000
CE NTIZA L,:
liss Laillio loore 1,000
lissIutla 1wers 1,(!0
IX Ml AE., Pickens, Rloute 2.
liss Iillie Boroughs 2,000
Liss Lizzie Garrett 1 025
PICKENS. Route 4.
His Eva lolder 3,625
liss Alimie Ierd :1,1500
liss Pearla Ilester 1,000
iss Josic' Chastain mm1.000
riss T1 Hates 15,5010
iss L-ii. S'ettlu'rlandc 12,5i00
A HICI' M1T., Mariettai, Route 2.
iss Leila Jon sl.7
rs. Zinie lBran7!e I .(00
Cl.kMSON COLLEo IE,
I iso TIecon iAla' lhteni. 1,000
JOt'ASSE', N. (C.
hanc Annie W hiimire 2,025
I'KlENS, It 3.
racia P orte'r 1 00!)
ONTESTA NTlS FOlt STALKC CUT'
PICKtENM, It. I
. V indIleY 15,551)
lis isi hstramp. 12.00i
V. 11. AllgoodI 5550
I. ". Firenm 1,O0
V It. IMann. 1(,0
. 1I. Moon 4co
ii. Mt. I'llr~e '210
PICtK ENS, it 4.
I . IWldens hi575i~
* . M. Iidxmer ,125)1
I. W. 'lenrics 4.00
I, lH. lrazer I ,O0t
Clenht. niturt. ais ci ,m air
L -H'.t Y r, .,c. a Ii.azsi (tw
- .'e tia .t . 'Delltoro
. IM. 1ault. 4,E.1"NI 0E
BAOGGYS &6 IDE
I Thonin 4,0r00ck'csicii
eteoners nde batres 123hir
t.ed00 covnto 8:0. inModEy
0oi 0 hea for allktno bank.
Al iisCialle invted
Pyickenso Ldge N o I. 1230
K .M~~~B . of P m .,
evnn afe h le-n 3d Sund~a..
State of SouthCaro'nn.
County of Pickens,
In Common pleas court.
Wilmiinuton Savings and Trust Co.,
J. MI. Hubbard, Defendant,
In pursuane of a (ierotal order in
tho abovo stated case, by lion. Georgo
W Gage, dated March 3 1911 and on
file in the Clork's ottlico. I will sell
to the highest bidder on saleday in
April 1911 during the legal hours for
sale at Pickonsa Court. House S.C., all
that piece parcel or track of land in
Countv and stato aforesaid Pumpkin
town Township containing one Hun
dred and Twenty-five acres more or
16ss adjoining lands of Matthew Hond
ricks Wm. Joneo and obter lands own
ed formerly by R. E. Bowen being
named in doed from said Bowon to me
as te J. 11. Hester trac' and Mary
Hubbard tract. Bowen deed vol. K.
i53 my dood vol 1. 218.
Torms cash. Purchasors to pay fo- pn
pers and for Recording samo.
A. J1- Boggs,
Clerk of Court.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickons.
In Court of Common Pleas.
I. M. Bolaing Plaintiff.
1. 1. Vickery and F. G. Mauldin.,
In pursuance of a decrotal order in
the abovA stated case by lion. Georeo
W. Gago datue March 3 1911 and on
file in the Clerk's off ice, Pickens coun
ty S. C. I will soll to the highest bid
der on salesday in April 1911 during
the legal hours for sale at Pickens
Court Ilousa S. C. all that piece nar
col or tract of land lying and being
situatod in said state and county aforo
said Breginning on a rock on ti-o South
side of Codar Crook, thonce east to a
rock, thonee north to a pine, thenco
northl west to a rock, thenc( south to a
Hlickory thence south-we it to the be
intang corner adJoining lands of .J. 1.
Vickery on the east 1). 1.. NIN rphi te on
the west ll-:::v 8owen <n tho south
kn:owni as Hie Billy Crenshaw land ano
containlintg one itoun1dred anod fif(-y acres
mor or loss. Term cash.
Purchasers to pay for papers and for
A. J. 1o gs.
Clerk of Cturt.
State of Smut b Carolina.
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Ploas.
In pursuaneo of a decretal order
made in tLe following named Case and
on f ile ini the Clerl ks oilieo I wN ill sell
to the h:iebhest bidder (during t ho lega~:l
hours foi- salt' at P.ickons Cour-t ilouse
S. C. on Salcsday- in A pril 1911 the fol
lowing dlesc-ribedl real estate upon the
terms horoinnitor mentioned towit:
C. W. Alauldin Plaintiff.
Be'n I. Gri ff1in etal ' Defendaunts.
All that eortaiun piece parcel or lot
of land containing ne an:sd one half
ac1 nres mere or less lying in the
sta:to and coun1 ty atfore sa id noar:: the
townI af P ickens a:djoininog lands for
mnerly owned byv Dr. P'. A. .\liles anid
others anid b'eing then- lace whereon I
now live lieg inin g ou: a stono 3x.
l)r. Miles corn:er and running thoco N
21 E . 4:7. to a stone: :3x thence N 5; 1-2
W :11(1 to a stonie :3 t honee-: 8 21 W
-I :75 t o a - tone, t heneo S 571.1 1F 310
to the Ihg'i noning stone the samte bein:g
more particunlaly dlescr-ibed by a pla:t of
sinet made by . W \. B run:sotn surveyNor
27 N ovet mhi-r 1883. TFhe lot hterein do
ser:ihed b einig t he soame lot d .iseri hod in
a mnortge'e from I en: P. G riffi n to
lis la.- and WV. .\. Clyde dated 10th
of A pil 1889 and( recoirded in:
mortgage iHook "G ( alge'( 232, :rcrd
of P icken- C.ou nty to w hich: recor-ds
roeferon:ee is lherebyv mad(1.
'Terins ensi: on (lay of sale. te rms
must hte comopliedu with in one hour:
after sale of tlho rem::i sos will be sold
on urchnerda at the risk of theo formero
1Purchasor to ptay for allI pape:rs and
relerding tho same.
A. J1. lioggs, tseal;
Cle rk of Conurt..
Summ~nons tWon Relief.
ST.\Tl- 0)" 50''Til t'.\lioll N A
I oun:ty of Piet-5-n
.1 unnnlons f.or. lisel it 1 Noinp hiint se
\. 1. N i nd lt)::ey -:
.N T. itireI . l. y 5:. : l iuse ll it -I .\tI. re ih rdso n,
anlswer thi'e cnpiin t in: this ntion, of
wih ne:: copy ls h~ere'w.th: served upot n youl
aind to serve a copty of you r answer I:) the sald
toluphunt I n h ell subscribters at1 thI:lr illiec in
Ptiekents, soth: Carotlinn wilhin: twenty daiys
after thle serviece hereof. et-isive or the daty
tif suchl se-rvitce; nti if yo fa: il tlanswel the
tiltr in: th:is tnettin will atpply to the Cou:rI for
hated) Jan. 18th A. I). I1tI1
A. J1. lHoggs,
Xna I itl ley,
To .. TI. RlItc snd .1. Nt. Richardson,
Youi aire hereby notilled that the complaInt
In thIs atioln was tiled In Clerks 0110 of PIck
OenS County 21 day of March. 1911.
Hloggs & Findlecy,
laatlnsia e tto....
up= to -th
Notice of Final Settlement and
NOTICE is hereby giveni that I wil
maIke aplicaisitiol to J. I Newherry
Ej. , JiniIge of Pr'obait for Pickem~
couty~3. ini t he Stalte of1 Souiithi trolina,
on) the i dayL of April 19)11. at, 11 o'cloch
nii ihe forenoon, or as~ soon t herea fter as
sf a ji piat Iion can) i he ri I, for leavea
to makle final set-l(eme)nt of the estattO
Z. A. I lendricks dleceaseud, antd obtait
dlisclhrge as Execntor of said est ate.
M. A aDoggs,
Notice of Final Settlement ant
Neice is hieridhr given th-it. [ wil
'''ake apiplicatian to J. II.. Newh~erry
F.i dug. of I 'roboite for PIIickena Con'ut
!y iIhe Slate of South ('arolina . on ila
S'hiv of M larch 19111 or ats soo1
t hereafter as sail atpnlic'ation cani h)
hearod, for leave to miake fi nal set tlenu-na
o he estmte of P. WhIiit 'ni dlec4'eae
estate. Jats. A. Whiten.
Notice of Final Settlemnent ani
NO'TICE~ is he'reby given that I wvil
mauke applicna tio n to J. P. Nwr~v 'tr'
Esq1., .Jhtlge of Probate for Pickeni
contintyi , in1 thle State of South Cartolina)1
on the 1ithdaya of A pr'il 1911 att 11
o'clockc in the forentoon, 4 or5 assoon 'therea
a fter ats sanl atpplientIionii enni he he ad
for leave to makhe final nettIlemtt4tt wit I
miy waird F". Sondley Robinson. aiino
an tam 1)( It4 discharge ats gutaridian of sai,
intor. .11rIs. J1. May (riaev.
Notice of~ Final Settlement and
NOTICUE ts hereby given that I wvii
mai~ke aplicaition to J. 11. Ne'wherry
E'sq.. Judge of Probate or Pickens coun'-.
ty, in the State of South (Carolina, on
the 13 day of A pril. 1911, 11 o'clock in
the foretoon, or as soon thereafter as
said( appl11ication can hie heuirdl, for leaIv(
to mauk, final settleme4nt of th~e estate of
A braham .J. Jones deeansed, and1( obain
dischargo as adinistrator of said( e'state,
J1. TI. Jontes
Notice of Final Settlement and
NOTION is herehy given t hat we' will
tmake application to JT. B. Newvherry
Esq., Judge of Prtobate for Piekenis comn.
ty, in the State of SonthI Carolhna, or
the 13th da,'y oif A pil, 1911 at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there.
after as saidl apl it Iion btcan he heaird,
for leave to make. final sel ttement (it
the estate, of Williatm I baer decensed
and(, oblitamii( discharge as5 execu tort
of said estate.
Marct l004 TP. M. Welhorn,
J. M. Norton,
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Liberty, S. C.
Practice at Central every Wecdnesday.
ing of HATS.
ave just received and have
one of the hancisdmest and
e-minute lines of NOBBY
t has been our good foirtune
i many seasons.
'the yew shapes and colors
in endlless variety aid yOu
be pleased and satisfied if
ie ii fOr a ChOice.
Hats are fllmade by the fa
\7esN/ig. CO., WIIse WaeS
)wn ini every city in the
as a standard of highest
and. excellen Ce of workman
ublic is cord ially invited to
aid inpecs t the linlO ant he
m( 1.)OSsessOr of a . I\ros
Many times a needl for some srt of special fertilizer is
felt, and thze Navassa Guano Co., has for 40 years beenn k
ing a specialty of Special lertilizers.
If you Mr. Farmer. want something for a special purpose,
see the agents, FOLGER, THORNLEY & CO., Pickens anci
find out how well your needs conl be supplied.
It wvill pay you to do this. Your crops resp~ond t3 your
efforts in uroportion to the amount of time, attention and care
that you give them at planting time, and wvhen the harvest
season comes round you will find that your Bank account will
have growvn in keeping with your efforts now.
I "IT ALWAYS IPAYS'l10 DO THINGS WELL." THE
FARMER WHOb LISTENS TO THIS AD)VICE COMES
OUTA AHEAl) OF THE OTHER FELLOW.
Let us figure with you on your Spring bill of Fertilizer.
W'e carry a line ol NA\VASSA GOODS and can fill your
NAVASSA GUANO IS SECOND TO NONE.
Folgoel-, Tlioisley & ctlny
Agent Navassa Guano Co.,
Pickens, S. C.
I Have grown the best crops for
LogForty Three Years
Logexperience in selecting nmaterials, great care in manu
facturinzg and conscientious effort in everydeat nthv
combnedto ake hemthestandard of excellence.
the sr c s ofi - u r ( : .ei xt o ll d ends largely upon
TH1- lE FERTILIZE~R OF QUALITY
And be assured of
Successful Field <Results
FOLGEIR, THIORNLEY & CO., Agents. ,