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eeting of the board pf
held at Norris, S. C.,
owing plan of appoiit
nent were made. and for this
ear the Rev. J.: Thomas iMac
Farlane will preach at Ruhama.
Sa. ifirst Sundav; Bethle
ern. 3p . first Sunday; Nor
a i. i. se ond Sun
y; iNorris.7 p. ondSun
day; Gaphill, 11 .,, third
Sunday; Fairview, 3 p im., third
Sunday;, Bethlehem, 11.a. m.,
fourth Sunday; Twelve e. 3
p. i.. fourth Sunda. -Sat
urdays before fifth Sdnday will
be given to Twelve Mile and
Gaphilli also all fifth Sundays.
By order of the boardof stew
John Thos. MacFarlane, P. C.
more Catarrh in tis Of
than al other Put
untt. :last few years
'binca e. Fo a
zroounced it a=
.local =eeiS. and
cure with local
h.to-be a. consti
mnatured b .F. T. Chener &
'04TGIeftOhio, 3i e only Constitu
a tfoiea C on te'mar t. It is taken in
tersaty In doses from drops to a tea-'
-.apooof , It acts on the blood
=DmCOS surfaCes of tbe system. They
one hundred dolars * y- s It
to'cure. Send for cfrulr and' tes
A~ddqss:7.3.CK!~CO., Tole"o 0.,
Married, a* the .residence of
r. Henry Morton. near this
ity, on Dec. 25, 1913 Mr, Ed
appell to Miss Samrsh Morton,
of Pickens county. M. F.
ter, N. P., in his usual way,
ormed the marriage cere
y, and after the marriage
thr were many beautiful and
useful presents given to thehap
py couple. Mr. Chappell is a
sen of-Uncle Matt Chappell, of
th' -Eastatoe section of this
coty, and a good farmer.
A meeting of the stockholders of'the
Gaines & Gassaway UMrchandise Com
pruy is hereby called to neet at its
office in the town of CentraS. C on
the 12A day of January, 1914, . at 12
delockM. The urposef said meet
;ng being to consider the question of go
nfl into liquidation an winding up the
affairs of the .orporationl ancd~sQv
~he same. ' . G. Gamne,
- J3. T. Gassawav,
W. L. Gassaway.
Board of Direc tors.
MLade Strong enid We11 by VinoL
When we tell you that Vinol is the
~estre iyn l4whole- stock. for
akn .sak, Pany, aatng children.
stm' .3bust and rosy we aeonly
tell ion what has been proved by
a ds of mohers. -
J. FeklngMacorn, Ga., 'says:
My child was very thin and delicate,
n'o appetite, nef'vous, and did not
deep well. Doctors did not help her.
Vinol was recommended and the
~hange after a fair trial was wonder
21. She sleeps soundly all night, has
~splendid appetite and ha- gined in
- 4eight. I wish every mother knew
- what Vinol will do for delicate clii
S-What VinoI did for thia little -girl
d will do for every weak and ailing
tild because sickly children need
the strengthening cod liver elements
ind the tonic Iron that Vinol con
gains-that Is why Vinol-builds them
cp quickly and gives them. a .fne,
healthy color., It is plasant to'take
*nd we guarantee that ther results will
batisfy you--money back If they dc
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S.Cq
compact and efB
vice for all kinds
not blow out or je
with thumb scre
easily attached or
a clear light 200 1
-large red dange:
It is equipped with ha
detached makes a goo<
Strong. Durable. Wi
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Washington, D. C. (New Jersey
C4Richrnond. Va. BALTIMOR]
The time for taking tax returns fox
fiscal year, 1914, will open on January
1st and closes February 20, 1914. with
50 per cent added thereafter.' This will
be the year to re-assess real estate,
whici: only occurs every four years.
All real estate owners will please. bear
this in mind and make returns of all
lands, lots and buildioge, placing their
asset-ed valuation on.same, wbich will
be equalized and assessed by the town
ship board of assessors.
The auditor will be. at the following
places to take returns.
Calhoun, January 112. 1914, afternoon.
Central, January 13 & 14 to 3 p.m.14th
Isaqeena Mill, Janusry 14, from 3-to5
Cateechee. January 15, forenoon.
Norris, January 15. afternoon.
Liberty, January 16 & 17, to noon 17th
Liberty Mill. Jan. 17, from 7 to 9 p.m.
?aolecroft Mill, Jan 17, from 7to9 an
Easley. Jan. 19 & 20, to 4V.m. 20th
SAlice Mill.Jan. 20, from 430 to 6 p.m.
Easley Mill, January 21, forenoon.
Glenwood Mill. January 21, afternoon
M.W.Hester's etore, January 22, a.m.
Looper's Gin. January 22, p.m.
Dacusville, January 23, a.n.
Olga School House, January 23,p. m.
Pumpkintown, January 24. a. m.
Holly Spring. January 24, p. m.
Eastatoe, January.27, p. m.
Mile Creek, January 28, a. m.
Gap Hi'), January 28,p. m.
Six Mile, January 29, a. m.
Priters, Jauuary 29, p. m.
f After which time I will be in my office
at Pickeus, C.H. Respectfully,
N. A. CHRISTOPHER,
Dpc. 8, 1913. Co: Auditor.
Notice otf Fial Settlement and
1 Notice is hereby -xiven- that I will
nake application to J B. Newberr,
Es., Juige of Probate for Pickens
county, In the State of South Carolina,
on:Friday, the 2d day of January, 1914,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as
soon- thereafter as said application -can.
b 1heard, for leave to mak- final set
.temenit of the estate I of my ward,
O0hie Rochester, minor, and ebtain dis
chiarae as guardian of said minor.
Miss.Rath A. Blake Rochester.
State of South Caiolina,
County of Pick'ens.
By virtue of the power and authority
iested inwif eby the lasit will and tesw
mert: of D. H. Kennemore, deceased,
on file inthe office-f tha Judge of Pro
bate for PickensCounty, I wll sell to
[the highest bidder on Salesday in Jan
uary. 1914, before the Court House door
at Pickens. S. 0.. duning the la1 hours
for sale, the following descri real
TractNo~ 1. AU that piece, parcellor
tract of landlyipg and being situated in
the county and state aforesaid, on Ke.
wee river, adjoining lands of E. B'
Ramsey, and tract No.2. and containing
one hundred and six (106).acres'tnore or
Tracta No..2. All that other tract in
said county 'and state .adjninmeli the
above tract on Keowee river and con
taining seventy six and one-half. .('8G
acres more or aps. Flats of said land
ay be seen by calling upon we and
will be exhibited on day -of fale.
Either or both of said- ti'acts may be
purchased from, me befor _next Sales.
day -at privamte sale, but if not sold at
priate sal! the- same i be sold to
teighest bidder Saleiday in January
Trerma:- One third. cash on day of
ale. the balance on a credit of one and
to ye-ars., The credit rortion to'be se
cured by a note ana miortgage of the
pr mises,, with leave to the purchaser to
pay a'l cash. N. R. KENNEMORE,
The State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas. J. H. King made suit to me
tojrant him Letters of Administration
of the Estate and Effects of Mrs. Artie
These are Therefore. to cite and ad
uomsar all and singular the kindred and
credtors of the said ;frs. Artie M. King
deceasd, that they be and appear. be.
fore me, in the Ld.urt of Probate, to be
held at Pickens, S. 43., on the 8th day
o Jaonary 1914 next after publication
heref, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why -the
said Administration should not be grant
Given under my hand and seal this
22 day otf'December Anno Domini 1918.
J. B. Newbery.
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Probate Court Sale
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
~ COUNTY OF PICKENS.
COURT OF PROBATE.
Mary F. Clayton, individually and
as Executrix of the estate of H. L.
Clayton, deceased, Plaintiff,
City National Bank of Greenville.
et al, Defendants.
Pursuant to a Decree of the Pro
bate Court in the above stated case
dated December 9, 1913, I will sell
to the highest bidder, for cash, on
Salesday in January, 1914, the fol
lowing described real estate, to
1. All that tract or parcel of
land in Pickens County, South Caro
lina, on Fifteen Mile Creek and a
branch thereof, adjoining lands of P.
Whiten, B. D. Garvin, W. T. Gervin,
estate of S. W. Clayton, deed, and
others, containing Thirty-Three
acres, more or less-Beginning at a
rock 3x in forks of road, running S
26 W 11:84 to a rock 3x0, thence S
71 E 12:57 to a rock 3XN on bank
of branch, thence S 58 E 2:48 to a
rock 3XN, thence S 76 E .4 to a
rock 3XN, thence S 851-2 E 95 to
arock3XN,thence S 71 E 15:18 to
a rock3XN, thenceN 341-2 W11 to
W. 0. stump 3XO, thence 56 W 6:66
to stake gone in road, thence N 9 E
5:63 to a rock - 3XN, thence N 55
W 16:50 rock 3XO; thence S 27 W
5:36 to a rock .3X0 in road, thence
up said road N 56 W 9 to the
beginning, corner. . Being the . land
purchased by, W. H. Sheriff from
Amanda L. Mulinix & W. J. Mulli
nix Nov. 16, 1897 A. -D. and recorded
in Vol. "R," page 261. office . M.
C. Pickens Co., S. C., and deeded to
the. said Amanda L. Mullinix by her
father, JJ. . Garvin, Feb. 12, 1889
A.. D., and recorded in Book "H,"
page 599, R. M. C. office, Pickens
Co., S. C., it being the same lad
conveyed by W.' H. Sheriff to H. L.
Clayton on the 19th day of August,
1899, the deed being recorded in
Book "Tf page' 46, Clerk of Court's
office, Pickens. County, S. C.
2. All that tract of land in
Pickens County, South Carolina,
conveyed to the said H. L. Clayton
by -.'A. Allgood on the 24th day of
December, 1909, the deed being re
corded in the office of Clerk of Cou't
for Pickens - County, - S. C., in Book
"K," page 253, as follows: All
that. piece, parcel or lot of land lying
and being in the town of Liberty,
S. .C., fronting the street running
from town. down to Norris, S. C..
and is bounded as follows: North
by street running aown to Norns,
8. C., 50 ft. front, -ence running
back 150 ft. deep and bounded on
~east by lot No. 5, south' by lanids of
. A. Allgood, and on the west by
lot No. 5 owned by 3. M. Garrett.
This'iot tis;No. 6 as shown on plat
made by' F.'V. 'O'Dell. Alsothis is
a part of the'old J. D. Smith land,
which the records will' show.
3. All that tract of land in
Pickens County, S. C., conveyed to
the said H. L. Clayton by W. T.
Garvin October 31, 1911, conta4ning
451-5 acres, -mole or less 'adjoinig
lands of Clayton, 'W. C. Brock.
estate of S. W. Clayton, estate of
P. Whiten, and others.
4. All that -*tract of land in
Pickens Couiity, S. C., containing 35
acres,.'more''- or, less, adjoining lands
of' Mrs. Cox, the estate of H. L.
Clayton,. and others, as shown by
pat 'of same made by Chapman and
Bowen on the -day of D)ecem
er 1913, and it being a party of
the land conveyed to ~said- H. -L.
Clayton by. Mrs. Prudence C. Strat
mann and .others, see Deeds Book
"T," page 113, and . Book "HH,"
n Piekens .County, South Carolina.
containing 353. 98 acres, more or
less, as shown by plat of same made
by Chapman and Bowen, Surveyors:
December 5, 1913, .said land being
situated. in Central -Township
on Twelve -Mile IRiver, ad
joining lands of. 0. 3. -Doyle, V. C.
Madden, N. -B. Moore, Mrs. John
Cochran, and other; and - t being
a part of the land. conveyed by Ed
ward B.. Calhoun,1 see Book "A,"'
page 661, in the Clerk's office- of
Pickens County. For further .de
scrition see the plat of Chapman
and Bowen above mentioned.
6. All that tract or parcel of land
in Pickens County, South Carolina.
in Central Township on Eighteen
Mile Creek, and containing . 358.2
acres, more or less, as shown by plat
of 'same made b~y Chapman and
Bowen on November 29, 1913, it
being known as a part of the Mce
Down farm, and having been con
veyed to said H. L. Clayton by Mrs.
Stratmass, Marg' C'. Werner and
others, and more particularly
desrbed in plat af said property
made by Chapman and Bowen on
November 29, 1913, which may be
seen at the office of the Probate
Judge of Pickens County, or at tie
office of T. J. Mauldin, Attorney
This particular tract of land has
been subdivided and platted in five
different tracts containing respec
tively 93.4, 80.8, 33, 81 and 720 acres.
It will be sold in separare lots ac
cording to said plat.
Plats will be exhibited on day o1
sale or may be seen before thiat timE
at the office of T. 3. Mauldinl
Pickens, S. C.. Purchaser to pay
for all papers and for recording~
same.- This land will be sold in aic
of the personal assets of the estatE
of H. L. CI1yton, deceased.
3 . B. NEWBERRY.
Probate Judge Pickens Co. S. C.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All Pemros holdmng claims agaimst thlE
estate of the late Harriett B. Murphre
must present the same duly proven on oi
before the 10th day of January. 1914. oi
be debarred payment:. and all persont
indebted to sasd estate. nmust unake pay
ment on or befor~e the above date, t<
IT. J. Manuidin, Attorney, or to th4
W. M. Murphree, Admr.
State of South Carolina
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Sarah. Breazeale, et al Plaintiffs
W. M. Murphree Defendant.
In Pursuance of a decreatal order
made in the above stated case by
His Honor, H. F. Rice, dated Dec.
6, 1913 (at his chambers) I will sell
to the highest bidder on Salesday in
January, 1914, during the legal hours
for the sale at Pickens C. H., S. C.,
the following tract of land to wit:
"All that piece or tract of land ly
ing on a branch of Twelve Mile River
in Pickens County, S. C., and being
a part of the land described in a
deed from S. P. Breazeale, Executor,
to Harriett B. Murphree dated Janu
ary 5, 1905, and recorded in Book
"Z" page 385 of Deeds and being the
northern portion of the land repre
sented by plat made by J. P. 'Attaway,
surveyor, on Dec. 17, 1904, and con
taining twenty-three (23) acres more
or less, bounded by lands of Brazeale,
Hagood lands, and being the same
tract on which Harriett Murphree
resided at the time of her death.
Terms of sale, cash purchaser to pay
for all papers and recording the
. sA. J. Boggs,
Clerk of Court.
State of South Carolina
.County of Pickens
In Common Pleas Court.
D. M. Mauldin Plaintiff
Dinah Calhoun, et al
In pursuance of -a decretal order
made in th'e above stated case by hia
Honor, H. F. Rice, (at his chambers)
dated Dec. 6, 1913, 1 will sell to. the
highest bidder on Salesday in Janu
ary, 1914, during the legal' hours for
sale at Pickens Q. .H., S. C., the fol
lowing described tract or -lot of land
to wit: "All that certain piece, par
cel or lot of 'land lying and being
situated in the city of Easley; State
and County above named and known
as lot No. a as per plat made by
E. Oscar Smith, surveyor, and con
taining seven-eighths (7-8) of an
acre more or less and being the same
lot of land conveyed to Diana Cal
houn on the 28th day of November,
1911, by D. M. Mauldin, reference
to which deed is hereby 'made.. Alo:
"All that other piece, parcel or lot
of land lying and being situated In
'the Town of Central. State and Coun
ty above named, bounled on the
torth' and fronting on east Main
street and on the east by -Mrs. Hall,
on the South by right of way of the
Southern R. R., and the, west by
Gaines and Gassaway and being the
same lot conveyed to Dina Calhoun
by Gaines and. Gassaway, - reference
to which Deed will more fully show.
Terms of sale: Cash. Purchaser to
pay for all papers. and recording. the
same. A. J. Boggs,
plerk of Court.
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
I Court ot Common Pleas..
D. M, Mauldin. Plaintiff,
William Kniowels, et a1, Defendants.
In pursuance of a decretal order made
in the above stated case by His Honor
Judge B. F. Rice,- delted Dec.. 12, 1913, I
will sell to the bighest bidder on Sales
day mn January. 1914, during oth# legal
hours for sale at Pickens 0. H., S. C.,
the following described lots of land, to
All' those two certain pieces,' parcels
or lots of land lying and being situate
in the city of Easley, Stt ndCut
above named, and known as lots Nos. 1
and 2 asper plat made by. J. R. 'Ed
munds, C. E. Both lots fronting on
High street, 50 feet each, and'being 150
feet deep. and being the same two lots
conveye to Win. Knowels on the' 6th
da of April, 1912, by D. M. -Mauldin,
reference to which deed is hereby made,
Also' all that certain piece. parcel or
tract of land lying and. being gituate in
Central township, State and County
above named, on waters of Twelve Mile
rver and bounded. by lands (of Susan
Latimer, Mrs. Mary' Brown's-estate and
Edd Stephens, and contamnig. twenty
one (21) acres more or les.e and being the
same- land conveyed to Wmn.'Knoweli
by Susan and George -Latimner and
known as a patof the Mitchel Knowels
farm, reference to.which deed1 is hereby
Terms of sale cash. Purchaser to
pay for all papers and recording the
same.A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
State-of South Carolina.
- County of Pickens.
In Cours of Common Pleas.
T. . Mauldin, Plaintiff,
Cleo Davenport, St al, Defendants.
In pursuance of a decretal 0der sign
ed hrHis .Honor Judge H.- h1 Rice, al
his hambers in' GreenvileB. 0., or,
the 17th day of November, 193, I *il'
ell to the highest bidder on . esay 1i
January, 1914. durngthe~ .ea hour'
for sale at Pickens, 0.H. S.U., 'the fol.
lowing tract of land to wit:'
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
situate, lying and being in the count.1
and state above named adjoinig landi
on the North, of the estate of Mrs. El
mnira Martin, on the East by Martin Ter
rel, and on we South and West by' Milef
Burgess and containing sixty and one
fourh (601) acres more or less and be
ng the same tract of land conveedt<
James Davenpcrt by deed recored ir
the Clerk's offies of Pic-kens county,
Terms. One half cash on dray of sale
the balance on a credit of t welve months
the credit portion to .be: secured by th'
bond of the purchaser and a mortgg
of the premises and-'draw interest (ro
day of sale at the rate of 7 per cent pe
annum. with the privrilege of the pur
chaser paying all cash if he so desires
Purchaser to pay for all papers and re
ording the same.
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
Twelve Mile River Minutes.
All churches of the Twelv<
Mile River Association whici
have not received their 191:
minutes can get same by writ
ing to D. E. Garrett, Pickens
Marietta Route 2
Mr. Editor: 'The Dear Old
Sentinel" reacbes us regularly
each week and gives us the
court house and county news.
And then. too. the print is large
enough that a man can read it
J. M. Edens. of Liberty, was
a yisitor in this section last
Miss Ethel Turner. of Dacus
v'Ile, visited relatives in this
section last week.
The box supper at Mr. and
Mrs. John F.-ndley's was well
attended by the young people
last Saturday evening.
Miss Florence Sutherland at
tended the Cox-Sutherland wed.
ding at Pickens last week.
The secoind tern) of the public
school at Jones' school hoise
has vacated for the holidays and
will open - again on the first
Monday in January, with Miss
Florence Sutherland as teacher.
Mr. Matthew Edens, Jr., vis
ited friends in the Oolenoy sec
tion last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Edens
have treated themselvesto a nice
new Kimball parlor organ.
Mr. Matthew Edens visited
his grandfather, Mr.J.M. Edens,
of Liberty Route No. 1, last
Well, it seems that the offi
cers of the law haye been quite
active in their work recently in
the way of destroying distiller
ies, pouring out beer and some
whiskey, too, thanks to you
gentlemen. We vainly imagine
that we can see prohibition bob
bingup in the far -distance, and
if we could only put a stop to
this sfiipping of whiskey in from
other states we could almost
have the right kind of prohibi
tion-that is, prohibition that
does prohibit. "Stop whiskey
and you have stopped three
fourths of the crimes."
State of South Carolina,
County of Picken. -
In Court of Comnion Pleas
N. Cordelia Jackson. et al, Plaintiffs,
. 0. Jennings, et ~al, rerendants.
In pursuanc'e of a t.ecretal order made
in the above stated case by ais Honor
Judge H. F. Rice dated Nov. 20th 1913.
at his Chambers in Greenville, 8. 0., I1
will sell to the highest bidder on Safes-.
day in January, 1914, during the -legal
hours for sale at Pickens, C. H. 8. C,,
the following de scribed lot of landto
wit; *t I
*A1l that lot r parcel of land in the
town oLiberty, and in the state and
conty aforesaid, fronting cn Second
street on the East, and Main street on
the North, being 58 fees front on Est
st..and about 90 feet deep and being a
part of lot No. 34 as shown on plat of
said town. Said lot conveyed to M. 0.
Jnnings by Mary E. Hunter on the 7th
day~Lof January1903, and by MI. 0. JTen
nings to J. Frank Jennings.
Tarms. of Sale cash. .Purchaser to
pay for a'l papers and recording same,
Should the purchaser fail to comply
with the- terms of., sale within one
hour the said premises will be resold on
same day or sorbi other Salesday at the
risk of the former purchaser.
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
We will sell to the highest bidder, for
'ash, at PickentSs. C.. on Salesday in
January, 1914, durIng the legal hours
of sale the-following proerty.
.-1. All that certain :piece, parcel or
.ot, situate in Pickens county. South.
Carolina, and iunahe limiits of the town.
of Ealey, "fronting- on Church street
122* feet. and runnung back on S'outh
line with Dr, W yatt's lot 228 feet to Dr.
E. F. Smith's lot;~ thence with his line to1
property sold to H C. Hagood, thence
with H. C. Hagood'e'line to an alley be
tween this property -and Maria Orifisd
and J. B., Ellison's lot; thence with J. B.
Ellisjon's lot 10 feet to L. B. O'Dell's lot;
theince with O'Dell's store lot and
straight on 154 feet to a point on Church
treet, the beginning corner. . Contain
ing 52-100 of an acre, less the acre sold
to H. 0.~Hagood,covered by the Easley
2 One-balf (j) interest in all that lot
situate in the to-wn of Easley, Pickens
county, South Carolina, on the North
side of the Southern Railroad and on
the north-westicorner df Main and Table
Rock streets, same being hounded on
south by Main street, on East by Table
Rock street and on West by W. H.
Pickens, and meak.uring on Main street
52 feet. and on Table Rock street 104
feet. This includes one half interest in
the real estate and two brick -stores
-situated thereon,.- and being .the same
property deeded by J. M. Long and W.
. Mauldin to J. 0. Pickens and J. W.
Ellison en the 31st day of Augusit, 1906.
There-will also be offered for sale on
said Salesday in January by Mrs. E. E.
Ellison her one-half interest in the
above described property, the terms of
which will be cash. Hence 'the entire
property abiwe desenbed a ill be for
sale-One-half the proceeds going to the
estate of J. O. Pickens and the other
one-half t~o the said Mrs. E. E. Ellison.
3. -All that lot of land situate at the
corner of Table Rock street and Hudson
avenue. 84x84 and adjoining lots of
Mountain View Hotel and W. H. Pick
en' Sons, upon which there is a livery
sable. building. This property is diag
onally (south-west) from the city hall;
Jos. E. Leach, administrator.
Mrs. Emmie Johnson,
Mrs. B. F. whitaker,
Mrs. J. H. Elrcd,
Mrs. E. E. Ellison.
iMarried, by J. B, Newbery, at
his office December28, 1913,-Miss
- Mattie Smith, of Owen, Laurens
,county, and Mr. Laurence Hes
I ter of Pies.
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J. McD. BISUCE, * TM. MAULDIN
We Pa Highest Cash Prices for
Dpn't give your pronts away-shi Aired to byeps .I
money next day.- wejaghe4jcst for green and rhdeo 1id
Beeswar, Tallow and odMetas ld Rubber-and Fna usfia
ment now. Spnd for Prc
[hir Stock of. Mfens
Now Cmpte /
We can shiow you better values, better tiing and
mo're snap than we have shown you before.
We are also showring a nice line of Ladies' Cost Suits
nd Long Coats for women, misses and children.
We are agents for the Kneeland Shoesfomean
the Sherwood Specialty Shoes for ladies.
Call and see us. .'
Easley, 8. C.
Agents for Headlight Overalls and Stetson Hats
Grow More Cotton to the Acre.
Plant Simpkins' Prolific Seed.
The earliest Cotton~ in the World: Ninety
days from planting to bale. Very prolific and
a good linter.
We sell ithe only genuine-Mr. Simpkins'
own seed-direct from his farm..
Price $1.25 per bashel. 25 bushels at
LIBERAL DISCOUNT WF ORDERED BEFOREiJANUA1
On every order sent us before Jan. 1st tke
10c off this price. Order now-the time is short.
W. 1-1. MIXSON SEED CO., CliARLESTO -
- Sole Distributors for South Carolina.
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