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Il a Subscriptoll CaRij
1000 Votes For I
Contest Has Started ilead
Get In The Grme, Get Busy, Everybod)
Get busy, everybody. Enter the great
contest now going on. In this issue is
a complmentary coupon. good for 1000
votes. Fill it out for yourself or some
friend. You can start as many people
in tis contest as you want to, but only
oio of these coupons will be allowed to
a contestant-the balance of the votes
they receive must be gotton by getting
subseriptions. job work and advertising
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, ult. See those papers
and get to work.
We have lots of old accounts-people
who were cut off in our former contests
anId people who probably forgot that
they owed anything when they ordered
the paier stopped. or got the postmaster
to have it discontinued-that we would
like to get settled 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 vim and start oil a good large
himch of coultestanits by our nuIxt issue.
The rules governiig the contest are
fev, siih.it and ea:sy. Anyhody can
easily comiply with themat.
somb w 'is going to get, it mighty
line p-iumlt for a little work. It will
mean abouit $200 per month to rome one.
To mIa ke it it1erestilg to the farmers,
also, we are 1 'ing to give away a Stalk
uilter to the farmoer receiving thit liost
votes during this contest.
To the lady gettilg Iersonilly ant
sending in the most subseriptions, new
or renewals, during this cit(st, we
will give a haudsoome $05 00 Drop: I lead
To the man sending in the most sub
scriptions, either new, or renewals, dur
Ing this contest, we will give an un
limiled scholarship in a tiusiness Col
These prizes are worth working for
and should create a great deal of rood
natured rivalry amonigst our people
The secret of~ uccess lies in y'our
personality, your ability to in
du~ce niew people( to subscitribe and
old1 suibscribers to reneow and1( pay uip;
to induce merchants to buy advertising
space ad purchase jolb work.
'l' al11 personis contracting for job
workI or~ advertising we will allow votes
on the same) basis that we dto for stub
scriptior s. In oirder to avail yourself of
this youi must tradeo for advertising or
job1 work with~ the undterstandting thr t
'coup~ons are to be giveni, pay for same,
at timet of mai~king contract, ant get the
v'otes5 this amiount of mUoney enutitles the
pe~rson,. lirmn, or corpo0ratIj i to.
Thhe scale of votes is as foltlwi:
1 years5 sublscript ion), 1 .00, 1 ,t 0L voites
. 1 2.010, 2.00
:1 .., 3.00, 4,000 "
I .. 4 00, 6,000"
e a . 5.00. .8,50( "
6 "~ " 6.00, 10,000 "
10 " '" 10.00, 25,000"
This ctestt wih hi' con)duicted onfi
busuies melthodsl and1 will lbe aL rthnare(
deal. No partiality w ill be sho-vni ally
contestant, but every asist ance posilte
rendeoredl each one.
T1hae wininers of prizes wvill be dlecided'
by a commit tee) of judges w'ho wtill
(lnt the votes, and award the prizes
according to thec votes received.
No fee will 1)0 charged a candidate to
enter this contest.
Any person, man or woman, boy or
girl, of good repute can enter.
No emloye of this paper, or direct
member of his family, will be0 allow ed
In another colunn will be found a
freo nominating coupon which out out
and illinm with the name of the person
whom you wish to enter as contestant
and sendh it in to the Uontest Depart..
ment. If you wanit to nominate more
than one0, you also have that privilege,
but you must use separate coupons for
each. The first one of those couons~l
receliveol for each contestant entitles
him, or her to 1000 votes..
Only one nomninating coupon will be
allowed a contestant.
One person can nominato several
can lidates. I ut 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 eomsbody else's sister, today,
0 GIVEN AWAY
aign and Voting Contest
very Dollar Paid In
All About It, Nomnate Your
induce Your Friends and Neighbors to
Rd Pay Up.
published in this paper, which, when
clipped, properly filled out, and sent in,
will allow the person whose name is
thereon, to the number of votes stated.
These votes are given free by the paper.
The votes are obtained by getting sub
scriptions to this paper. Each person
who subscribes or renews a subscription
is entitled to the coupon of votes, accor
ding to I he scale of votes priited above.
and can east them at any time during .
the contest f or any one of the candidates
The piano will be all we claim it to be
and the manufacturer iron-clad 10-year
guarantee goes with it. The winner has
the choice of a handsome miahogony, or
walnut, or oak case.
We are going to give you ch'oice of a
Marshall & Wendall piano, or a Harvard.
The first named makers began business
in Albany. N. Y., in 1836. They put out
an instrument 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 IHarvard is an old and also
wel known instrument. It is one of
the John Church Piano and Organ Co.
productions, and we cannot say any
more for it thi for the other piano.
Uh of these pianos are handlel by
Mr. John 1I. Williams, of Greenville, S.
C.. w'e urnlei stand, atnd he recommends
theI very highly -md guarantees them-I
Tihe lhIil% .1' out sm.e time a;;o
inlos1 an1l the wiinners are lug hly
deias-8d with I heir pre-miis, its their
etters, now on Ille will show.
If yioti Wait it nice piano tow% is yourI
chance to get one. It will take only a
little time and work to win it. You
have friends and relatives enough to
procure this premium for you, so why
delay? Then get, busy.
If you want further information, or
need help, write
The Contest Manager,
Pichleus, 8. C.
CONTESTANTS FOR PIANO.
Miss Vida Sheriff 12,075
iMiss Annie IHoggs 9,.500
Miss Lilhe Moore I ,003
A.Iiss ( uia Powers 1 00
SIX MILE, Pickenms, Rouate 2.
M iss I lattie Biooughs ~ 2,0 10
Miss Lizzie Garrett 1.230
PICK ENS. Rouite 4.
Miss Eva Holder 32.750
Miss Minnie herd 25,525
Miss Pearla Hlester 2,000
Miss Josie Chlastain 31.525
M iss T Bautes 70J,175
Miss Lillie Sutherland 65,875
T1ABILE MT., Marietta, Route 2.
Miss Leila Jon.,s 5,575
PICK ENS, R. 5.
Mrs. Zinie Brazen'e 4.200
Miss TIecoa Madden. 1.000(
JO'A SSE, S. C.
Miss Annie WV hiimuire 2,025
PCK ENS, R 3.
LIBERTY R 3
Miss N man (Griflin .52
EASLE Y, Rt 1
Ia.ez Smith 14,750
CONTE'ST1'ANTS F"OR STALK CUT
PICKENS, R. 1
J. Li. Findley 08,375
Elisha Gistrap- 88.125
PICKENS, R 2.
W. B. Allgood 10025
B. F. Freeman 2800
WV B. Mann 2,050
F. R. Moon 5,360
PICKENS, R 3.
W. R. Price 11275
Ed Griflhn 14,850
PICKENS R 4.
A. L. Edens 5050
M. M. Holder 81,800
J. W. Heundricks 1,000
P'ICKE~NS, R 5.
J, B. Brazeale 4850
PICKENS, R 6.
A. P. Alexander . 2000
Robt. Curtis 1,000
LIBERTY, R 3.
S .W. O'Dell 9500
W. M. Gantt 7.075
EASLEY R 0
J. L. Bagwell 50050
J L Thomas 9,625
iEABLEY R 1
SJ Bird Looper -18.800
On'April 3d Clemso defeal
Oharleston College by "'.ore
7 to 3. They also defe4edFi
man University at Oevl
by a score of 1 to 0. TI
means that the Tigers ha
already won 4 out of the
games already played.
On last Sunday night, 9
inst., the Y. M. 0. A. Was ve:
ably addressed by Lieut. Go
Smith. The Y. M. 0. A. bo
are very fortunate in gettl
such men to come and spef
every Sunday evening.
Mr. M. W. Hunter recent]
made a delightful visit to h
home in the little city of Lil
Mr. J. K. Boggs, of Libertj
who is a Sophomore here E
Clemson, has recently had th
military honor of a corporal b
stowed upon him. 0. A. C.
Bryan Retused $1.000,000.
William J. Bryan got an offe
f a bribe of $1,000,000 while
miember of congress. accordin.
tO a story printed in the Omah
World-Herald. The offer, it i
,aid, was made during th
3leveland administration. A
hat time he was one of th
:omm1ittee on ways and meam
The Proposal was that Mi
Bryan should not bring in
ninority report on the bill t
ssue $150,000,000 of bonds pa3
),ble in gold, principal and ii
The article gives no intim
ion as to whence the bribe off(
same. The story is credited t
i former banker of Lincolr
Neb., who has since (ie(. I
.ubstalce lf story is this:
lThe banker, while inl Watsli
ngton visiting J.'Sterling Mo]
on, then secretary of agricu
Lure, and Mr. Bryan, wa
piproached by two men, whos
mnies are not given, and wo
3ffered $30,000 if he would obtai
Bryan's consent to kill the m
nority report on the bill whic
was then pending. He was at
thorized to offer Mr. Brya
$1,000,000 for the service.
Mr. Bryan refused but woul
aaree to absent himself ivhe
the bill came up for debatI
Bryan was to receive $300,004
Thlle banker refused, but lat(
sawv the same two men talkin
with Bryan. Two hours lat(
Bryan told the banker that l:
bad b~een offered a bribe of $1
[100,000, and had refused.
"Tr~hey offered me a bribe<
$1,000,000 not to bring in a mn
nority report on that gold: bora
issue. I told them to go bac
to whoever sent them and t(
there is not money enough I
WVall street to buy me," Brya
is credited with saying.
"I have no love for the mone
itself,'' said Mr. Bryan. ."IM
3alary supplies my every wan
[(10 not know what I would c
with the money. It is not Ul
temptation to me that it woul
be to many men, and I desers
no credit for refusing it,"
H E ADACH E?
ISIMMONS LIVER REOULATOR
k The object of this
people are buyi
Styles, Colors, afn
Stock reductions are cusic
made their selections, what is I
unload NOW to let you have t'
' he largest and most care
in Greenville will completely be
r One elegant line of Silk Four
1 in-hand Ties, open end, in all
the fashionable shades, worth
50cts for......... .................29cts
s Men's 25c colored and black
e Hose, Split soles............1980s
t Gentlemen's Silk Pongee
e Shirts, in the newest and very
latest styles $2 values, neck
bands and French fold cuffs
o GENTLEMEN'S FINE AMER
ICAN and GERMAN
In plain - and fancy colors,
0 PRICES C1
o Y o-n~uIr 1L/.cxia
L. R C
Secret Order Meetings.
- Masonic-A. F. & A. M. meets
n: Saturday nights on or before
[f the full moon
d I Chapter-R. A. M. meets Fri.
'day nights on or after the full
i' K. of P.-Meets every Mon
thrda ngtafter the fit-st and
r hr undays.
g W. 0. W.-Meets every first
rIand third Tuesday nights.
eCity Council meets Tuesday
nights af ter first Mondays.
I Castle Hall
Pickens Lodge Ro. '123
K. of P.,
IIStated convention 8:80~ p. mn., Monday
evening after ihe Ist and 3d Sunduav.
Work ahtead for all the Ra~n.
fl All visitors cordially. invited.
By order of
N). (I. MOOltE, C, 0,
YA. MW. MOltItIS. K. of it. anel.t
.DR. R. E. INGOLD
d Liberty, S. C.
e lractice at Central every Wednlesay.
SALE OF VALUABLE LAND
By virtue of an agreement
~signed by the parties interested
Sdated the 16th day of March,
41911, the following real estate,
situated in Pickens County,
SSouth Carolina, will be sold at
public outcry before the Court
House door at Pickens, S. C., on
Salesday in May, 1911, to-wit:
All that piece, parcel or tract
of land situated, lying and being
in the County of Pickens and
State of South Carolina contain
ing Sixty and one tenth (60 1-10)
acres, more or less, agreeably to
a plat of same made by J. H.
Earle, Surveyor and Civil Engi
neer, dated February 14th, 1911
the same being a part of the real
estate belonging to the estate of
the late Jeremiah Looper. This
is a valuable tract of land, well
watered, with .plenty of wood,
some building timber, and about
a two-horse crop cleared thereon
and a good tenant house located
on the same.
Terms: CAsH on day of sale.
Purchaser must comply within
one hour, or land will be re-sold
on same dat. Purchaser to pay
for all-papers and for recording
.Plat of this land may be seen
al the office of T. J. Mauldin
Mns. MARTHA 0. Lonaicn
ng, and are inter
I Fabrics is to
inds of Dollars W
mary AFTER SEASONS, whe
eft can. and should be sold at r
Fully selected NEW Spring sto<
inciuded in this sale and will o
fashionabl, reliable guaranteed
qualities. One assorted lot bunch
to close close at...............37cts
Men's extra trousers ranging
in price from $6 to $10. Gar
ments the tailor charges from $8
to $15 for, beautifully hand
tailored, cut in the very latest
style and containing the very
newest patterns of 1911 youi
Choice--- -.................... 4.3E
50ct suspenders at.........10ct
50ct Shirts.................... 29ct
$20 to $40 Overcoats...............$;
$5 men's pants.................$1
JT ON EVERYTHING--Nothi
ey- B c 1cE . "E oF r 9J
ars Your Ck
GWEEENVLi2 E, 8. (
Did you knowv that you co
a-ce-a the balance of the Wint
first day of August, then if yoi
and paid big,
We will r'efunid every
It is to make your hens lay,
healthy and strong, to cur gap
Of course you are expected
lice and for that purpose w<
Instant Louse Killer.
Let us have y
H. A Rica
No. 1. 50 acres, 5 miles wvest of
in woodland and pasture, goodi
1sm all outbuildingsi within 1-2 m
"'Mountain Viewv." Tlhis is an
borhood and a bargain at $1,40C
INo. 2. 1 3-4 acres in forks of roa
store house and barn, T1his is
Iwho wants to i un a stor-e. Goii
them. Your move.
No. 3. 64 acres, known as the G.
of Benton Freeman and the Ola
4-room house, fine young orch
$1,100, say so. Terms.
No. 4. 40 acres, known as the
Listen, now: Good 2-story 7-roc
cultivation, close to school and
small place that I have on my li
cash, balance in 1, 2 and 8 yeari
No. 5. 187 1-2 acres, 5 miles yv
dwelling, new 4-room tenant hoi
cultivation, good pasture and or<
miles to school. This is a well ii
but cheap at $27 per acre.
No. 6. 62 acres, known as the Gi
C. Seaborn's home place 5 1-2 m
section, 40 acres in cultivation, p
outbuildings; small tenant hous(
ance $250 per year. How wouk
Let me write your fire insura
n the best dressed
ested in the new
orth of Goods.
n particular dressed people have.
eductions, but I am going to
:k that I have ever opened up
Men's two-piece $12 suits, all
wool, Scotch mixtures not cut
in late styles but will give full
wear for everyday and outing
All our lines of Gent's full
dress goods will be greatly re
duced, especially for this sale.
All goods sold as advertised.
This sale invites you, inde
pendent of salespeople, to shop.
Look! Price and Examine all
you please. Buy, if to your in
Sale now on. Come Early.
uld feed Dr. Hess Pnultry" Pan
er, all spring, in fact untin the
iare not satisfied that it has paid
cent .Y(u liaye patid us.
to make your chicks grow fast,
es, cholera and roup.
to keep yuor poultay free from
know of' nothing better than
iey & Son.
TE for SALE.
Pickens, 15 acres cleared, balance
iew 4-room house completed and
ile fromi the new Baptist Church,
excellent place in a good neigh
d at Six Mile, 4-room dWelling
an excellent place for the marn
ig at $1,000. Tierms, if you need
W. Child ess place, jioining lands
rk lands. 20 acres in cultivation,
ard. If you want this land at
Parker place near Mile Creek.
m house, large barn, 25 acres in
church, and the best improved
st, $1,650 on ternms of one-half
rest of Pickens, 9-room 2-story
ise, good oultbuildings, 75 acres in
3hard, 1 mile to church, 1 1-2
uproved place, some rolling land
~orge Kennemur place, near WV.
les from Pickens in a splendid
:ood orchard, 4-room house with
.Price, $2,500, $900 cash, bal
Iyou like this.
ik Building. Pickens, S. C.
nce; I'll place ,,un,,; goo .