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R. F. Moseley of route w
a business visitor in Pickcn
Miss Helen s i'S
in Anderson am o.er
for some time.
Hon. J. E. Bees sn
al days this week i iTo (:
The Picken, r C.m'
M. Cate have in :
put in front of their stores.
We call the attention of firm
ers to the ad of Pickins Ha:ri -
ware and Grocerv C'o. inis
Miss Lucile All brouks of Spar
tanburg visited frign. 3l
Daisy McDonai, in liii ksi
Jno. C. Carey was confined
to his room several days this
week, having contracted a case
Married by J. B. Newbery at
his residence Februar y 9,
Miss Susan Ho~r' e and Mr.
~byJ. B. New m
Miss Anna ner Ind Mr.
Messrs. B.r E
Looper an * -
the Cross Ro~Ats seenton. wr
The followint: is ti.
of delinquent tax pah s i
different township up~ to F
ruary 10: E asey 25 n
334; Central, E r
199; Pickens, : ) Dcusj
178; Pumpkintown. -: E
toe, 102. Total, 9288.
A social event of much'r
enjoyment an te
was -:hat gi.
Ashmore at h
last SaturdaM y
of her cousin.
more, of Gj r v:.I ..e*
were interestig ud en imia
ing, and the re r be
were deliciou, Th r n.
passed all toi (::leklyfor
guests, as thaer a
hospitality of thzis plndidL be c
well know. Amon~ ths or o
ent were Misses Vo-ta ae
burg, Stella Be h
Turner and 1ine
cora cohei. I c ' . (4on
Minnie L2:~ V
imson, Luv re
Ora McFali n" wi (
and C. E. Robison, Jr. of
Greenville. Ed Seaborn, Dwight
Attaway, Ernest Alexander,
Rob Anthony. Haand Brno.
Thurman Cochr n. C9roy I ort
er, Burt Jones.
I Cabbage Plant :
- you want.
is C t. rage
* c extra
. Smith, cashier of the
Keowee Bank, spent the first of
his v:k in New York on busi
S. d with this bank.
.i riid by J. B. Newberv at
:ivij-nce February 9, 1913.
,Tsiii E a May Dendv and A.
T'ur li udson of near Pickens.
Miss Inmz Morris was hostess
at a most delihtful party at
her home here last Monday even
in^, given in honor of her school
mates. Misses Stella Bethune
and Irene Turner, of Chicora
collee, who were visiting at
Miss Morris' home.
it will ue of interest to the
many friends of Wyatt A. Jen
ninrs to know that he has been
n2Le (istrict cashier of the
1::lei.h District Southern Bell
Telephone and Telegraph Co.
North Carolina is divided into
two districts. Wyatt has been
transferred from Wilmington to
La t inesday. February 5,
eIN_ the birthday of Mrs. R. A.
Boenv her relatives wishing to
db her honor, celebrated it by
1......"spend the day party"
t h' ihnee, surprising her
h'a fmly re-unioni. The'
wo iealy brghtandfair,
that "tang'' in the
rves zesf. and exhilara
Vt. but the day; was not
fect thatn t'ne enjoy
the assembled guests.
s uonus and delicious din
er served. Before depart
V'h one registereat in a
...' eetedl to Mrs. Bowen.
-ung wer-e-the guests:
r.B. A. Morgan,
rs.s JI. Morgan,
c. Oaler H. Griffin,
Hele and Rose Morgan,
.nd B. A. organ,Jr , of Green
r. atnd Mrs. John F.
Baeof Liberty; Mrs. T. M.
is.~ Mis Lucile Norris, Man
Arisr. and Mrs. J. N.
. is Jessie and Jen
ili r n, of Central; Mr. and
D. F. Sutherland, and
G. Sutherland, of Dacus
- r. and Mrs. R. M. Hold
ttle Miss Nannie Eliza
, t'HLden, of Calhoun; Mrs.
riffin, Miss Christine
.land, Mr. and Mrs, Chas.
ow.'En, Robt. and C. M.
n.' Jr., Misses Louise and
nie Bowen. Mr. R. A Bow
ni a"nd Miss Florence Bowen,
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applcations. as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a ruznbling sound or Imperfect
he- rng, and when it is entirely closed,
Deafness is the result, and unless the In
flamtion can be taken out and this
17V0 restored to its normal condition.
!earing will be destroyed forever; nine
cascs cut of tcn are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an inflamed condi
tien of the mucous surfaces.
Wh vill r~iVe One Hunndred Dollars for any case of
Y'ine-s (cansri by catarrh)thatcann~ot be enred by
IJalrs Catarra Guro. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. CHEN~EY, & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hair's Famly Pills forcoMpTatB"
'AM BARK 1
ft ir omn~n
2 rie 2 c.
adf Gar~den Seed.
iafer Than Calomel cre ntetet.
There will be an entertamn-.
ment at Oolenoy school Fe b
S -i ruarv 22nd, in honor of Wash
Dodson's Liver Tore at Night'ington's birthda". The exercises
Will Straighten You Out by will begin at 1 o'clock P. t"
Calomel May KnockThe public is cordially invited.
An admission fee of 10 and 15
Yow Out of a Day's Work. !cents will be charged. The
proceeds wil be used for the
If you are a calomv use". rst ti:me
you are tenrrp d to }..y it a-k your
drug;z;t if h1 can ahs dot-y gurar:ut e
the drug not to h-irm you. I won t
d. i b~a- he C \NT d >it. Hu
here is. a ;perf--c subtai /t for cal I G
whi'h th- dirugg .i..s ,uarrnt'-.
t1p famous D.>dson-s Liver To. Pick
:. '~ C ., 'ill reftn 1 .:u? ::) "' y
G >t. P.C ran D:og C.) wh en y I
ar. a qanit )A with - and] fii ')ut
about the great number a peopl- wh -d
are taking this remarkable renmey ary l THE DOVES OF PEACE
feeling. better keener. heathier, aw 1
better able to enjoy life than they ev, r hover over that home where a
were when taking calomnel. thoughtful husband proWideS
Wn,,? B'ause calomel is a ) .n pleasant gifts for an appreciative
-one that may stay in the sytt.:m, :mti wife. The thoughtfulness of
while seeming to benefi: y u -
porarily, may do h irm in th - t:,l. If the hneymon is too often neg
you hav'n-t felt these i1-:tf.-ts lected in later years.
it is becaus- you ae l>rt i < U OUR JEWELRY STORE
to have a trong constitutio-.. PROVIDES
Don't take the risk any longr. Get so many tempting things for
a buttie if Dodson"r Liver Tone ( )'.) the decoration of the person and
and note how easily a'n w io tu.Y t Cr- the home, that we appeal to
rects all bilious con-lhtitn, h--w t r .
away that s ck heada ho many husbamu wio neiiit .other
tongue. how its -ti you ri:.r witi;-hut wise forget. Come iln- yourself,
itch- gripe. Th.' ni )t w .:erful and get your wife a present.
hingz in the world fowr ennstip:Lo . SN D Rf~w. -
All this without th : slr-hte-t in e , H *NI D E R .
ference with your re.ular iaE ts. .Easley S. - 2
I Have BoughtOut Finley & Whitmire
And want the public to know that I am doing business at il: el (
stand near the depot, and would like to sell to all my old custom
ers and make new ones. I wholesale and retail flour, hay, grain
and feedstuffs. Terms cash. .I also buy c >unt 'y prtlu ('f'.
motto is "a fair deal to every b dy." Conw try m-e amd be convinced
Grrrison Wyatt, Easley
Statement of the Condition of the
Located at Pickens, S. C., at the close of business Feb. 4, 1913.
RESol'RCES LI u RILITiES.
Loans aud Discounts,. ... 2
overdrafts...................... .... 4 (atrltokPadI
Furniture and Fixtures.......... . .............. x
Due from Banks and Haukers..... L:hvdd 'urs ahcren x :
Currency.................. 71 K rendht ld
Gold ....:.................. ~ie1 tn adIakr.........o .
Silver and other .\linor ( )in,... ~ individuali D.pita Subject to Check .38.9
Saving Depo its........... ..----- i.:i 5
casbier's (Checks .....
ST\TE OF SOI'THI (C.ii LI NA,
COUNTY CF PlC:NENS.
1 erf.re me c'a:rie M . '. ma . .::- r of the above :am'd 1I. Mi. nI' .i L(1
ays te ab ec and foregoi: t:-,tat :r re condiinr 4) a i Bata:. r: y h .
C orn to and 5sub,-rl:O beste me t :h d ay of FaP toSu
J. P. C.\REY,
.1. . C REY >. i ret r
1f you want you~r garden to~
"blossom like the rose."
--Get a sack of our 4-10-2 FE'R
TILIZER, apply it liberall [vwhen
you plant,. and~' then seatver
some along a~s you clin
your vegetables. The tecn per
cent of ammflonia~ in tis g(oods
will have yo:u~r vegetables ri;t
ing. all the summiier so that
they will rival the "Rose 0'
Sharon" and the "Lilly ot the
Valley" of which you hav
d oubtless .hea;rd.
goods will be sufficient :or vh
ordinary garden, and you will
have some of it lett ior th
"ftowers that bloom in Sp Kng
and some tor your blu~e gr<s.
You will find your vegetables;
and your flowers that bloom
in the Spring responsive to
Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co
D. S. Vandiver. Sec. J. R. Vandiver Pres.
W. B. FREEMAN, Picken S.
ROBINSON & THORNTON, Easley.
We have just finisi
we found some lines of
and others only a remn:
regardless of cost. The
latest styles, and it will
last long at prices quot<
LOT.NO. I. - A b<
LOT NO. 2. $15
Big Lot of Silks at Big H
. 27x36 in. wide. only 7c
Sheno silks 27 in. wide
Big Ribbon . Sale on di
beautiful line of ribbons
2-A nice line of Taffei
-On: lot beautiful coil
Big Reductions in many
you to visit the Big St
Buy your frost proof cabbage
plants from F. S. CANNON,
Menets, S. C. 1,000 to 4,000
a 90c, .5,000 to 9,000 at 80c.
10000 to 15.000 at 75c. Special
rices on larger orders and satis
Fori Sale-2 heifer y'earlings,
;a]t 1;nr 15 nuths (ai. A pply tc
J C. Wa ,. Pick~ens, R. F. D). 4.
For Sale-Some good pigs and
shoats, and a one-horse Stude
bak1er wxagon at a bargain.
G. A. Elis, Pickens. RI F. D. 2
For Rent-One-horse farm it
highf state of cultivaii~n: Zoot
house. W '.B. Freman, Pickens
Money to Loan.
L oans on farrns. Three hun.
Grd diollars to ten thousand dol.
lars Easy terms Apply tr
P. T. Jav nes, Waihalla, S.C., 0]
J. F. Ke~own. Pickens, S. C.
S't ment cf the Con btion of'
The Pickens Bank
FLocatea at Pickens, S. C.,
tb eelese of business Feb.. 4, 191:
LEansQ and Discounts....'.$1969
Bonads and Stocks owned
By Bank.............. 3200
Furnituro and Fixtures. .. 2,324 26
ther Real Fs:;te )wned 2877
Due from Bangs and Bankers 16,?27 5(
urrency................. 8.72 O
Silver and w ai:;r 2oin... 6'il .'(
Checks and Cash Items.... 287.46
Total.. .... ....... .. 2:37.93S 51
api tal Stock Paid'In. $ 20,500-0C
Surtus Fund .... ........29,00.ii
ndivid'ed Protits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxe's
ue to Banks and Bankers - 82.I'1
ndividual Deposits subject
to Cjheck.............. 9811
Savings Duasite.......... 76 1
ashier's (Cheeks. .... .......757
ts -nd !liii 1.-.iectd in 00' 4 C
Totld.. .... ......... $2,98 .51
Stat" of Sontt, Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Before me came I. M Mauldin, cash
'r of the above named bank, wn,
> inuly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing statement is a true con
dition of said bank, as shown by the
books of said banw.
1. M. MA ULDIN.
Sworn to and sabacribed before me],
ttis 10 h day of IF- b . 191:3.
FKANK M'FLL. sc-al
Notary Public for Scotth Carolina.
J. M. STEw A ii'.
. M-D, Ha11''. - D)irectors,
- et:;ion .J. 13. Newb1erry,,
- ' .f t , i' at 11 o'clock
-'e tf'r'mY or as soon
. "fr as s.- *'Iiap'leation enn te
h-ar, for h-ave to make final seple-ment
of the estate of R. 0. Willi'xms de
r~ased and obtain discharge as executor
of said estate.
W. R. Oats
-y Clearance Sale
ed our annual inventary, and in going through our stock
merchandis' that had not sold as well as they should,
ant lett and in either case our rule is to ciose them out
goods qu:ted below are not shop-wor,, but the season's
ay you to come early and get first choice as they won't
Bargain in Cravanette Coats.
autiful cravanette overcoat, former price $1 7.50 to close
*oo and i6.5o coats only 9.48
eductions. '.50 Silks at shades only 98c. 1.oo silks
c. ;59c silks 18x27 in. wide only 37 1-2c. One lot
splay in our dry goods department. Table No. i-A
that sold for 1 5c and 25C only 5c- per yard. Table No.
:ta and Satins, 25c to 35c values only ioc. Table No. 3
ars that sold ior 40 to 6oc values only 15c.
lines of -, ... lines of merchandise and it will pay
re for tae next 30 days.
Pickens, S. C.
PREMIUM w4 OFFER
During the month of February we are going to give to
the customer who trades out a bill to the amount of $5.00 a
'one time at our store absolutely free any piece of merchandise
on our 1 5c counter. Or with a bill of $io.oo anything on our
Let us have the chickens, eggs and butter and what mon
CRAIG BROTHERS CO.
Sheriff's Sale. A J. Boggs. C U. P. by deed dated
' December 15.1908. anid recorded in deed
book ''" pa~ge 248. Pickens ccunty
Stat o tsouth Carolina. . re.cordis t ' which deed reference is here
In Comm'on Pleas Court y mad for a mose complete discenp
tion. Te?rms cash. Purchaser to pay
0. W. Mauldin. Plaintiff, for all papers'and recording same.
Thoms H.Halhn~i, DeerdatR. R. ROARK.
Thom H.HallmsDefe~dat -sheriff Pickens County.
~and on fte in the. clerk s office for.
*~ bidro Say in tarch," 11:3. Dr, King's Discovery and give
*u ing the legal hours for sale, before it to the little ones when ailing
thefolowiu e~cri~edeal est'ate.Ct; and suffering with cold, coughs
wit: throat or lung troubles. tastes
All of that piece. parcel or tract ofmic hames.nc sd
land lying and being situate In te'chrlsoc
State and county aforesaid and known ways used. Mrs. Bruce .Craw
in the div:sjon of the real estate of -
N, ro Hallums. de-ceased, as lot No 15. ford. Niagra, Mo. Writes:"Dr.
and containing 24 acres more or kcss: King's New Discovery changed
Also a lot of land containing one an'd.
38-1'J0 acres more or less and known in our boy from a pale, weak, sick -
said divistion as lot No. 8. The said 24 boy to the picture of health." -
aore tract- adjoins land of Norghton
Hallums, Nathaniel Halluu s and others Always helps. Buy it at Pick
Reference is lbereb made to a p at or ens Drug Co.
plats of said two lots of land made by
J. P. Attaway, surveyor, Novemher 21.________
1906, and to Judgement Roll No. 2401.
onj file in the clerk-s office for Pickens e
counte. It being the same two lots of Patronize our classifie col
lani conveyed to Thomas tA. Hallum by umn.
"Increase YOUR YilsPer Acre"
-By Using- }
They Hlave Stood the Test
We are exclusive agents for the V-C /
goods in Picken~s and have built upa first
( class trade on their "WAN DO,' Brand;..
which cannot be- excelled for a cotton or
conFertilizer. Come in and get our
prices oni these goods.
Folger, Thornley & Company
# .Pickns S. C.