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YES, WE HAVE THEM
If you pay cash'we pay postage
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLUJM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
TIIPS INotice of Final Settlement and Discharge
S1 IiAb NOTICES Notice is hereby given that I will make
application to J. B. Newbery, Esq.,
Judge of Probate for Pickens county, in
the State of South Carolina. on the 9th
"or sale 122 acres fIve miles north day of October, 1915, at 10 o'clock in
of ('entral and Calhoun, four miles of the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as
Newry. About 30t acres in cultivation, said application can be heard, for leave
12 to 15 acres goodl creek bottom, 25 to make final settlement of the estate of
acres wire pasture. balance timbered J. H. Smith, deceased, and obtain dis
land. One small a-room house. In one charge as administrator of said estate.
mile of church and school and on rural C. E. ROBINSON,
mail route. I'rice $12.5' I per acre. Easy 20 Administrator.
payments. ( . l-:. llbinson. Pickens, .-. ______- _____
S. (C, 23 Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
F4or Sat le Several hundred bushels make application to J. B. Newbery,
of IIastings' llundred-to-One oats at 75 Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
cents per bushel. Also 75 bushels of county, in the state of South Carolina,
same with vetch, 38 pounds per bushel, on the 9th day of October, 1915, at 11
at $1 .50 per bushel. Prices 1. 0. b. Lib- o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
erty or Pickens. t. A. I Jester, Liberty, thereafter as said application can be
S. (. 22 heard, for leave to make final settle
ForMinl- i or next. few days1 offer ment of the estate of R. B. lumkin,
my Far m, le on ats the Columbus Elli- -er eceased, and obtain discharge as ad
son place, nearl Easley, on Greenville inistratrix of said estate.
road, containing it; acres, splendid 10- 22 AdministratMGix.
room residence, outbuildings, pastures, .
orchard, land in high state of cultiva- Notice to Debtors and Creditors
tion; will give reasonable terms to good
party; would consider taking small pllace All persons holding claims against the
im part payment, Address 1l,1M.Ilester, estate of the late J. Alvey McWhorter
Greenville, S. C. Phone 1038. must present the same, duly proven, on
.- ---.. --..... . or before the 15th day of October, 1915,
.or Mile Nice horse and rnbber or be debarred payment; and all. per
tire buggy. Will sell at a Bargain. sons indebted to said estate must make
Horse four and a half years old, weighs payment on or before the above date to
1065 pounds and is lady broken. Quali- the undersigned.
ties guaranteed in every way. J. T. A. J. BOGGS, C. C. P
Richey, Pickens. 19tf 21 Administrator.
Will swell or 'T'ra4le one new 2
horsepower kerosene or' gasoline engine, Debtors and Creditors
.3, W, l'icltens, RI All persons holdin claims against the
estate of the late W. Arthur Thomas
Si' Lo \ 1. 4'1* . 1 ',t' "11 m''t'' nutist present the same, duly proven, On
work:I' 4 a n i' n it4444 . 'w44 or 4' e n t' or before the 15th (lay of O ctober, 1915,
conI inen-' s4 - W tun4 41 il4444 4444I44n.~A or be debarred paymen t; and aoll per
I 1m. 144-Ui .tI ''0"<".'' ' Iu,,44. ' - sonls indlebtedl to saidl estate must mak e
eevine, i . paym4I~444.44. t4~444 444jh ~lient on 01r befgre the obov'e date to
- ~~jS - . C ag, at in y
Fori Sale A t a bargain, one farm Mi us,Ioftu C. TPiomAs.
Iwo miles sout fhwvest of l'ickens ('. II. '22 Administratrix.
known ats part of' the Garrt'myn plauce; will
sell Ott ensyv tems. 11f interested apply Notice to Teachers
to .the 0 ltgg, Wlblbi ~' _ An examination for teacher's will be
x i: Ia.n 44144 ,4444 44.ne 444444 as h. held at the court house Friday. Oct. 1.
'ii7' Ik,40141" 4'4"44', I " me',' " 4 t,1'44 The examination will begin at 9) o'clock.
tpge' Li 44.4 o 4141 a: 444441 'p11. - le144 im No per'son shall be pernit tedl to take
rit4. 11i.1 4ot4 V eri.4 y 'lt4 4''4 4 4hte t ' tho 4'th-4alit the ex am ination who is not at least
7 'a~'4'4' '4"' ,'ib444 4'at 44 eU. tIl eighteen years of age. Teachers are
~a'i~4444'-4.. II.114441 requiested to examine their' certificates
-andl if' the same will be out of (late be
hfore next May they should take the ex
M iss Elno nig t amination October 1st. No Board of
Mustrucor InTustees is aulthoriz/ed to empljlo4ya
Affiliafed With nf t e Running!
Greenville Womans College . e are get ting our business
in'unning order now and will
. ,. ~~~be ini position ill a few (lays to
Miss K night has adlopte'd the offer youi Field Seeds, Guano
Prgesive Series of Piano and Farm Supplies. Will be
LeOssons' mi teaching anid wish- glad to serve you.
es to 'ali uttention to the many We have for sale special this
advantages of this authoratative wveek about 100) bulshels good
text, having beeni edited by the so5und1( corn,
world's greatest music teacher. A fewv more pigs f'or sale.
ilsl taking this coniserva- Also have a buyer for a Milk
tory course and who w'ish to Cow.
teach may get their Teoacher's Come in when in town.
Certificate from the' Greenville
Womnans College. W2 Morris & Co-, Pickens,S.C.
SDenta Septic Tooth Brush,- 25:
Nyal's Denta Septic Tooth Paste, 25.
*Both for 25c Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Nylotis Face Powder (Rice)
In FlsBrunette and White ~
25 and 50c-You'll like it
THE NY4L STORE
Phone 24 *.E
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Local and Personal
Cotton: 10. cents Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Partridge
are visiting in Atlanta.
Married by G. W. Bowen, N.
P., Sunday, Jesse E. Ward to
Miss Cleo Lesley, both of Pick
Miss Olive Newton of Pickens
has gone to Mullins and resumed
her duties as teacher in the school
The Pickens Drug Co. has
probably the largest line of writ
ing tablets ever brought to Pick
ens at one time.
Homer Thomson has accepted
a position in Stringer's drug
store at Greenville and began
work there Monday.
Messrs. A. J. Boggs and M. F.
Hester last week purchased
Overland cars from Carey &
Richey, local agents.
Ossie Holder, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Holder, will attend
the Bailey Military Institute at
Greenwood this session.
The following has been sent
to us for publication: Twelve
Mile school has closed for a
while, on account of scarlet
Miss Minnie Russell of Ander
son spent a night last week
with Miss Vesta Ashmore. She
was on her way to Panama,
where she will teach school.
Hendricks & Holder's gin is
now in first class shape to gin
your cotton. A new gin has
just been put in and they will
ise No. 1 grade of baggin.
Those who brought dishes to
he picnic held in Pickens the
lay of the prohibiton rally and
lid not get them back may get
:hem by calling at the Pickens
[)rug Co. store.
Miss Ma ud Ashmore, who
das been nursing a patient in
3reenvy!le county, spent a few
lays with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Ashmore, on her
way back to Atlanta.
Mr. Haley's molasses mill,run
)y a four-horse power gasoline
mgine, will be located at J. K.
[Lathem's gin next week for the
accommodation of those who
wish their cane ground.
The Pickens township singing
onvention will meet next Sun
lay afternoon at 2 o'clock with
;he Concord church. Mountain
;rove singers will also meet
with them. Everybody invited.
1). L. Kay, a Confederate vet
ran, and his son, Perry ri o
he Six Mile Section, were at the
~ounty seat on business one (lay
ast week. They are good citi
.ens of a goodl section of a good
The Pickens W. C. T. U. wvas
nost delightfully entertained
ast Friday afternoon at the
)eautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
Pirank McFall. Tjhe next meet
ng will be with Mrs. Wayne
Miss Rossie Hendricks has ar
rived in Pickens and is now
busily engaged in arranging the
mfil linery department of Hobbs
Henderson Co. for the fall open
ing, which will take place Thurs
day andl Friday of this week.
Mr. Lemuel B. Head and Miss
Lona Crenshaw of the Murphy
section~ were married by Rev. R.
WV. R'ice September ~12. The
bride is a daughter of J. H.
Crenishaw and the groom is a
son of Rev. J. W. Head of Crete.
T1he tabulated vote of the pro
hibition election in another part
of this paper is not official and
the Pickens county vote is only
twelve of the twenty-six boxes.
The vote, however, is approxi
n.ately correct. Up to Tuesday
afternoon we are unable to get
the official count.
Will Ferguson, son of Israel
Ferguson, one of the most re
spected colored citizens of Pick
ens county, was married last
week to Dora Doyle of West
minster, a member of one of the
most prominent colored families
of Oconee. For several years
she was a teacher in the Seneca
Just as we go to press we
learn of the sad and sudden
death of Postmaster J. H. G.
McDaniel, of Pickens, which oc
curredl at his home Tuesday
night about '19.310 o'clock. He
was sitting in a chair when he
fell over, being caught by a
member of the family, !and died
before a doctor could reach him.
He had been unwvell for several
weeks, but wvas thought to be
improving and( had bee~n able to
1be at his oflice this week. His
death has cast a gloom over the
entire commun)i ty. Funeral ar
rangements have niot been miade
as we write this.
WALE YOUR HAYI
There are several reasons why it will pay you to
bale your hay:
First: It will only occupy one-fifth the space
y required to store loose hay.
Second: Hay will bring good prices, and
y baled hay is in shape to market.
Third: Baled hay retains its strength and is
more valuable for feeding.
We have in stock the I. H. C. Pull Power 14x18 $
Portable Press ready for delivery. Get our prices.
HEATH-BRUCE MORROW COMPANY
Pickens, S. C.
Grand Master George T. Bryan B. R. Porter has been in the Mr. and Mrs. Vascoe Loehr
nd District Deputy Elias Earle upper section of the county for of Spartanburg spent a few
will be with Keowee Lodge No. the past three weeks helping to days this week with her parents,
79, A. F. M., Friday night, Oct. finish building the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ashmore.
L, for the purpose of conferring J. R. Meece. which, when fin- They are on their way to Georg
Master Mason degrees upon sev- ished, will be one of the most ia, where Mr. Loehr will con
aral candidates. A full attend- modern residences in that sec- duct a newspaper subscription
ance is desired. tion of the county. campaign.
Edwin L. Bolt & Company
About all of our FALL and WINTER goods have~
-arrived, and especially in our Ladies' Department
You will find it complete and overflowing with pret
ty Coat Suits, Dresses, etc., and you can rest asswjed
that the style, quality and price will be right. We
are offering some exceptional values in Coat Suits at
10, 15, 20 and 25 Doflars
Be Sure and See Our Line Before You Buy!
Millinery atet2!usgodL .31ic
Our Millney ertmen WhasYuconmpyfoletelar
and we are showving some of the latest letigfo 1.(Iyad al. 1
Just Received ! Fhsbecigi u ~ adqaiy
A full line of Girl's Dress~es in long
sleeves and high necks, just the thing for ie e' ok8ital ie u
school. Sizes range from 2 to 14-49c and go n ulRglrt~ hr4 o 1
We also have received1 a pretty line of HseyFrCide
models to go at 48c and( 98c. e ngo oefrsho era 1dz
Something That Will Appeal to the School Fv ar e' tcHs nsl n
BoWlil hat for Ca$ uyfr ola.
of Coths frm u at$4.9 an up e2wllaks gooud Soa. boxes rndh
oneyea.ae-Afrd $1.hn, adwde o 1
Forou "atrdyTpei Slecin ise ou0ar goigt.
we vil sel AoseagHeweyiGinhas you any shiz orsieasot
womeniandpciildren's dresseseand diesses.
Edwin~Bo L.Bl! o
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