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W.N.JONESW. N. JONES,
EASLEY, S. C. EASLEY, S. C.
13 Presents given away 13 Presents givena
FREE, Saturday, July FREE, Saiturday ly
18, at 4 o'clock.BEi 18, at 4 'col BEIn
S E SORRY. the Storeor SORRY.
ltho we have already blasted a traithru competi
1 en by givngthe people 13 tis setion the greatest
CUTS at high grade Merch ad1 still we go on in
creasing the mighty purchasing power of the GREAT
rows lde The
Ir gans Get Bigger
The Specials For
One k t Lawn, in the new dress pattern s One lot 6 and 7c good grade apron
3 1-2c yard wek. 4c yard
One lot Mens every day and Sunday
Shirts 25, 35 and Soc values. One lot Misses, Childrens and Ladies
19c eachoo and $1.50 Oxfords.
i8. nd . 48 cents .
Saudy-July 8.One lot 5 an bc. ________ ________
lce wte and black, Special, One lot, 6 and 7C che~cks, homespun.
-31-2c yard 4ecyard
One lot.Men's -Panama Hats, $5.oo and
$.oo grade CLOSING AT One lot Men's and Ladies' Shoes and
$2~9 and $324Oxfords $3.50 and $4.oo values.
Men's summer Underwear, shirts and $1.98
go atClothing and Odd Pants
25c value 19ceu oteHat
50e value 39c Cut__to__theHeart. _
One lot ladies' linen Dresses, all colors, $1.5089
values, - - - - - - -
One lot ladies white embroidery Dresses, ~O
$4.00 values, - -- -
$5.00 values, - - - - 32
EVERY MORNING DURING SALE, from 9 to
9:30,- We will seli 25 lbs. Franklin Sugar for
YOU SAVE NEARLY AS MUCH
AS YOU SPEND AT JONES' Un
Sale The Interstate Sales Co. Sl
Wadnsia ARE SELLING OUT Wensa
J Nght W. N. JONES Night,
REley, S. C. 2d
Statement of the Condition of
Bank of Norris,
Located at Norris, S. C.,
At the close of business June 30, 1914.
Loans and Discounts ---_ $52,800.54
Orerdrafts --------..------ 697 99
Furniture and Fixtures __- 2,290.09
Banking House---.-------- 1,448.40
Due from Banks and Bankers 8,853.46
Currency --------- ------- 720.00
Silver arn Other M.or Coin Z5.43
Total .__ ._-------------- $66,98~ 91
CaDital Stock Paid In.-__-_ S,0,000 OC
Surplus Fund _ .------------- 2,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Paid....--- .. 1.83S.SE
Individual Deposits subject
to Check-. ..------------- 1.3,765.9E
Time Certificates of Deposit 4,329.1(
Cashier's Checks------------ 51.6
Bills payable, including cer
tificates for money borrowed 25.000.0(
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Before me came E. W. Tate, Ca,hie
of the above named bank. who, bein
duty sworn. sayi that the above an(
foregoing Mtatrment is a true conditioi
of said bank. :,s shown by the bo -ks o
said bank. E. W. TATE.'
Sworn to and subscribed before mi
this 6th day of July. 1914.
FRANK McFALL,. (seal)
Notary Public for South Carolina.
L. G. PHILLIPS,
E. W. TATE. Directcrs. -
T. J. MAUL' IN,
All persons interested in thi
Griffin cemetery are earnest3
requested to meet at Griffir
church on Friday, July 31
for the purpose of cleaning of]
cemetery. Bring the necessary
tools. S. H. BROwN, 0. 0.
All interested are requested to mee
at Porter's Chapel Saturday befor,
fourth Sunday in July for the purpos(
of cleaning off the graveyard.
Card of ThanksI
We wish to sincerely thank thos4
friends and neighbors who showed us s<
much kindness in our recent affliction
the death of wife and mother. Mero
words cannot express our great appre
ciation of these acts, and we pray tha
God's blessings rest upon each an<
every one of our friends; also, Dra
Kirkse and Porter.
. L. GRAVLEY AND CHmtDREN.
Notice to Old Soldiers
The surviving soldiers of the Confed
erate States in Pickens county are re
quested to meet in each township or
August 1 at 3,p. m. for the purpose'od
electing a representative to meet at thi
court house on the first Monday in Sep
tember, to elect a county pension boarc
for the year 1915. The place for meet
ing for each township is as follows:
Easley at Easley.
Liberty at Liberty.
Central at Central.
Pickens at Pickens.
Nimmons at Mile Creek.,
Eastatoe at Antioch Church. -
Pumpkintown at Sutherland's Store
Dacusville at Looper's Gin..
When assembled they shall organiz4
by electing a chairman and a -secretarn
by ballot, and an ex-Confederate sol
dier and not a holder or an -applican
for a pension as a representative of saii
All receiving pensions now will con
tinue to get pensions.
J. B. NEWBERY,
/ . Notice .
The State of South Carolina, ).
County of Pickens. 5
Whereas, a petition from the free
holders and electors of Ruhamash Schoo
District Number 5'has been filed .witl
the County Board of Education asking
that an election be held to determin4
whether or not an additional special leva
of six mills shall be levied on said dis
trict for school .purposes.
Therefore, it is ordered that the .trus
tees of the above-named districtdohoki
an election in said district on the is
day of August, 1914, at the schoolhouse
The trustees are hereby appointedman
agers, the election to be conducted ii
accordance with section 1742 of the gen
By order of the County Board of Ed
uation. R. T.; HALLUM,
12 Secy. and Chairman.
The Sta~ of South Carolina, (
Co ty of 'Pickens.
Whereas, a petition from the free
holders and electors of Glassy Mountaii
School District No. 32has been filed witl
the County Board of Education asking
that an election be' held to detehnin<i
whether or not an additional special leva
of one mill shall be leviedon said distric
for school purposes.
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
tees of the above-named district do hok
an election in said district on the is1
day of August, 1914, at the school house
The trustees are hereby appointed man
agers, the election to be conducted ir
accordance with section 1742 of th<
By order of the County Board of Ed
uation. R. T. HALLUM,
12 Secretary and Chiairman.
Stolen-One night last week, a bird
puwhite with tan left ear. Reward
for return or information. Boone Carey,
Pickens, S. C.
Lost-One white male pig. Libera
reward for return or. information. W.
J. D. Craine, Pickens. 11
Choice of 250 farms, 50 to 500 acres.
$10 to $50 per acre. ICome and see.
Write for folder. W, L. Burnside,
McCormick, S. C. 15
Anyone wanting Photographs made
may call on me at my house or write me
andlI will go to your house and make
them. I am also prepared to copy frorr
cabinet or enlarged pictures. Respect.
fully, James Clements. Pickens, S. C.,
. F. D. No. 3. 10
It's Fruit Jar time. Extra caps and
rubbers. Could I interest you in Syrui
and Molasses, cheap? Tobacco, 7c plug.
Closing out sweeps, hoes and plows. 11
surely pays to see T. D. Harris.
I am now offering my Barred Plym
outh Chickens for sale. First prize
winners. T. A. Seawright, Pickens,
S. C. 12
I hereby announce; myself as a candi
date for re-electionlas Magistrate for
Pickens Township, si4bject to the action
of the voters in the Democratic primary
election. AR'ItHUR S. PORTER.
I respectfully an~,ounce myself a can
didate for re-ele on to office of Magis.
trate Central To ship, subject to the
Democratic pri ry election.
C. G. ROWLAND.
"U" Are in
~ KEG WEE F
Get your name on a club roll
Miss Edna Earle spent several
days in Easley last week.
The Glassy Mountain school
began Monday, with Mr. Lee
teaching the school.
Miss Verner Seal, of Green
wood, is the attractive guest of
Mrs. J. D Hughey.
Mrs. S. * C. Templeton, of,
Greenville, visited her sister,'
Mrs. B. F. Parsons, last week.
Nine young men stood the
Clemson College entrance ex
amination held here last Friday.
Mr. Frank Day of the Tabor
section gave the young folks an
ice cream supper Saturday
The first iipe home-grown
watermelon we have heard of
this -year came from Edd Bog'gs'
patch July 4.
There will be no preaching at
the Presbyterian church Sun
day. Rev. J. C. Bailey, pastor,
will be out of the city.
Dr. J. L. Bolt has manv
friends in Pickens who would
like to see him in the race either
for the house or senate.
A company of small boys came
through Pickens last week en
route to Jocasse valley. They
came from Greenville and left
here about 3 o'clock-.
Miss Alma Bramlette left
Wednesday for a few weeks
visit to her uncle. Dr, Jewel at
Easley and relatives at Pickens.
- Greer cor, Greenville News.
It is the opinion of many pe
pe that C. L. Cureton of Pick
ens would make one of the best'
members of the legislature wei
could send. What about run
One of the most enjoyable'
picnics of the season was given
last Friday, at the Hollings
worth place. The picnic was
given by the young ladies of the
Philathea class of the Baptist
A party consisting of Ar.
and Mrs. R. R. Scales, Messrs.
E M. Moffet, Abner Cureton
Iand Walter Scales, of Green
ville, visited at the home of Mr.
R. L. Davis last week. They
enjoyed a fishing trip while
J. Haskell Dendy, a well
known citizen of RichlandI
Oconee county, died at his home
Friday, July 10. He was a
brother of Prof. W. E. Dendy,I
at one time principal of the
Pickens school, but now of
"B o b" Griffin, familiarly
known as "Major," died at the
Greenville county alms house
Saturday night. Bob is said to
have been a native of Pickens
county, and has made several
trips to Pickens in his travels.
He was well known in every
town f r o in Spartanburg to
Seneca on the Southern railroad,
up and down which he traveled
for many years. For the past
several years he made his home
in Greenville. About a year
ago he was sent to the State
hospital for the insane, but sub
sequently released. Peace to
9 Things Yoi
The Fruit Preserving Po
They keep fruit perfectly a
do not cause fruit to taste
preserve 50 pounds of frui1
Fruit Jar Rubbers at 5 C
per dozen dozen. Also 1
Paraffine Wax to cover
keep them clean and airtigl
J. N. H ALLUA
the Middle +
of the night, we will say, sud- X
denly in need of having a pre- a
scription filled. You don't know a,
where to go. Ring 33 and see
how quick we will fill that pre
scription, accurately and safely IL
and at a most moderate charge. ,
We handle only the purest and
freshest of Drugs.
Will arrive this week, a beau
tiful and complete line of new
Stationery. No trouble to show
Born, unto Mr.and Mrs. Hoyt
Townes, on July 7th, a girl.
Mrs. T. L. Bivins and children
are spending a few days at
Town Creek school opens July
20th with Mr. Grover Keith as
Bethlehem school will open
July 20. All pupil's urged to be
present opening day.
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Anthony, of the Griffin section,
on July 14, a boy.
Mrs. Sam Christopher and
children, of Spartanburg, are in
Pickens for the summer.
Sheriff Roark turned into the
county treasury last week over
$1,300 delinquent taxes which he
collected this year.
Mesdames J. P. Attaway of
Oswego and S. A. Curry of
Simpsonville recently visited
Mrs. B. H. Attaway in Pickens.
Ben H. Hagood and family,
o Charleston. have arrived in
Pickens and will spend several
months at their summer home
The congregation of the Pres
byterian church in Pickens is
making arrangements to build a
sidewalk fromthe Hollingsworth
ouse to the church and make
ther improvements around the
R. B. Mauldin, the new man
ager of the Easley laundry, was
n Pickens Tuesday in the inter
et of the laundry. This laun
ry will send a wagon to Pick
es twice each week, gathering
p laundry every Tuesday and
elivering on Friday.'
Sheriff Roark and seve ral
asley officers captured eight
egro gamblers at the old
amilton place, firve miles be
ow Pickensville Saturday night.
The prisoners were released on
ond and will be tried before
agistrate Jameson's court in
A crowd of more than fifty
men from different sections of
he county came to Pickens last
Friday, it is said, for the pur
pse of lynching the negro Floyd
McCullum. However,the negro
was not here, but had been car
ried to Columbia, as stated in
he Sentinel last week.
We are trying not to bore
ur r ead e rs with political
ews just now, as we are sure
ll of us will hear enough of it
efore the election. However,
f any real. news. happens we
will let you' know of it. Most
f it now is vaporings and views.
Fowever, be sure to be in Pick
ns Friday and hear th'e sena
borial candidates for yourself.
Willie Thompson, of Gree:1
"ille, spent several days here
bhis week with his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Richey.
Willie has been in the electrical
yusiness for some time and has
Eormed a partnership with WV.
Wr Hall, an experienced electric
an of Wilmington, N. C. They
will begin business .in Green
ille at an early date under the
Eirm name of Greenville Elec
brical Co. Their place of busi!
ness is on McBee Avenue.
ders we sell are harmless.
d do away with catis. They
.A 15-Cent package will
ents per dozen-5o cents
> cents per dozen-$1 per
jelly, preserves, etc., and
t, 15 cents a pound.y
We are still closing out our Dry 2
Goods, Shoes, Notions, Clthing
+ Millinery, etc., and we are'offer
ing some specialvalues in d
Queen Quality Oxfords and
Crossett Oxfords. Amost
shape or leather to selec im
. We are giving a suosta
on these 'well known n
We are closing out this depart
ment and you can buy a nice -at ','
for less than one-half the regniar
+-It vnIll pay you to visit
4 Store before you make our Spi
Pickens, . So1.a.
Announcements. For Counit
-.The m~any friends ot W
SQNS, of. Liberty, announc hm ~ a
For Congress 'candidate 'for Commfisioner o t.
I hreyanO~l~ myel a anidte ens County, sublect % the h e6
the Democratiep Y ~ eton, s4 C At the earnest"
JOHN . --------' friendsJoer msla ;ad~0 "
--. for re-election to the of~ug
For House of Representatives Commissioner, 'subetZ~ei
The friends of JAMERSP. CAREY,. of the Democratic prna~te~~ ~
Jr:, hereby announce him as a candi- -.W'
date for member of the House of 'A h oiiaino
Representatives from Pickens eoun- 'A herb soann oun oyef a
ty, subject. tosthe action of the e daeb aoue- myelec toth aofIce
ocratic voters.- in the primary eec- Cae ominer eeeon ticke n e~'~
tion. 'ject to the. action off the
.. . party In the primary eleioin.
I hereby announce myself as a-candi- - . J. .-LAWEN
date for the House of Representatives___
from Pickens county, subject to the Atteslciaino
Democratic voters at the primary elec-'AthslctinfredST '~
- tor' JSEPE.LEACH announce nm self a te -j*''0
to the action of theDemocratic przi "
For Auditor election. TaoS. H. swT!rH.
I hereby announce myself as a- -
candidate for Auditor of Pickens I hereby announce myself as a cand
county, subject to the action of the date for County Commissioner of Pink.
Democratic voters in the primary ens county, subject to the choice of the *
election. Democraticevoters. in the coig ee
f eeyHENRY A. TOWNES. tion. -A. B. RIGwNa, Liberty, S. V
ieeyannounce myself a candi- ForSueitnntoEdcio
date for re-election to the offiee of -ueitneto dcto *
Auditor of Pickens County, subject I herehy announce myself as a candi
to the action of the Democratic pri- date ,for re-election to the office of
mary election. County Su rintendent of Education,
N. A. CHRISTOPHER. subject to e action of the Democratic
primary election. R. T. HLUX. '
The friends of GREG T. MAULDIN
announce him as a candidate for the For Coroner
office of County Auditor for Pickens.Ath erstolcaino
Do rat, sui c t priar e rle ofth friends I offer myself as a candidate
Democratic__prnaryelecton. _. for Coroner of Pickens county, sub- ~
ject to the choice of the Democratic
For Treasurer voters in the coming primary- elec
. At the solicitation of friends I tioni.J.R.B GES
hereby announce myself as a candi-J..BRES.do
date for the office of Treasurer of A h oiiaino ied
Pickens county, subject to the action At th mslisacniatoe for-lend o.'
of the voters in the Democratic pri- fe onel to ah canidaeofore-e- Pik
mary election. -tontyjc to the offceofCo on of c
BENNETT H. POWERS. *es cutsbett h ci o
______the Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi- 3. E. MEDIN.
date for re-election to the office of
Treasurer of Pickens county, subject For Cotton Weigher
to the action of the voters in the I hereby announce myself as g ca~d -
Demdratic primary election- date fo re-election as Cotton Wei-e
TAYLOR H. STEWART. at Pickens, subject to the action othehe
At te slictaton o may o myvoters in the electionof August 15,.1914.
At te slictaton o may o my' 'FRANK KIRSEY.
friends I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office of Treasurer ofThfredofFAKGAIGO
thces mcuntic subjt in the actroonh- hereby announce him as a candidate for
itheim elemction art L thAec Cotton Weigher at Pickens, subject to
mgprnarelection _R._L. _ES the action of the voters in the election
IFor Judge of Probate otAgs15194
I hereby announce myself as a can- At the holicitationof friezdbrb
didate for re-election to the office of announce myself acandidate oCte
Probate Judge of Pickens county, Weigher at Pickns, ' to 'te ac
subject to the action of the Demo- tion of the voters in eelection of
cratic primary election. August 15, 1914.
J. B. N1EiWBERY. FRANK BRALEY FIELD,
For Supervisor FrSprio fRgsrto
The many friends of the Hon. E. Ihrb nonemsl sacni
F. LOOPER hereby- announce him as dt o h fieo uevsro
a candidate for the office of CountyReitaonfPikscutysbec
Supervisor, subjegt. to the rules of oteainofheDmct..pry
the Democratic pp nthe primary i h rmr lcin
election. etinJDvI lLI.
' At tihe solicit ation of friends I of- Ihebyanuc yslacnddt
fer myself as candidate for re-elec- frteofc fSpiioo eita
Pickens counj , subject o.the actionacinoth oracvtesnte
of theDemocjaticipimary primary election.
JAMESB. CRIG. 'J. DavisR BAGWLn.