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4itchen Ca et FREE
CALL at my store and let me explain to you how I am
oing to giveaway 108 7-piece Dinner Sets and a $25 )
Kitchen Cabinet absolytely free. These articlesare
going to make some housewives mighty- glad. The
9 Kitchen Cabinet would make the finest Christmas pres
) ent imaginable for your wife and you may give it to her
M without extra cost. Cometo see ine at once, as the early )
14 bird will have the best chance at this.
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1"C'R N I T VJ R E .u
a vedacarload of Furniture. I bought M
.2, A1w Lo aeep, and have put a price on it that M
will move it. Can save you some good money on Furni
ture as well as on staple Dry Goods which I contracted
for before the advance in price. My line is complete.
Have a few sample Hats for men and boys which I
picked up at a bargain and will sell the same way.
I will buy your farm produce and pay the Greenville
market for -it. I am paying 10c a pound for hens, 17 to
35c for fryers, 36c a dozen for eggs.
It will surely pay you to see
J. W. HENDRICKS
-7OR years. the most successful Trappers and Collectors of Raw Furs in your vicinity
a have been shipping their entire collections to us. You too. can secure the highest
ma prices for your skin, by sending them here-as New York is now the Vorld'r,
Greates Raw Fur Market. Write today Gi s n a d Go enS l
for our Free price list and shipping tags. Cinseng and Golden Seat
We are the largest dealers in Ginseng in the Un-e4
We charge no commission. State d always pay hichest price. Writefor price si .
DAVIDBLUSTEIN& BRO Fastest C-owing Ray Ffr 1ouse in New York:
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If You Want to Make Grain Profitably
Or if you want to make corn and cotton
profitably, or any other crop profitably,
use Anderson Fish and Blood Goods.
You know lish'and blood makes better
fertilizer than anything else. It is cheap
er than meal and acid and is better. . . .
phate and Oil Company
M. C. SMIT H AND JNO. C. CAREY, Agents. Pickens
Such pleasant weather as~ we have b'leen - en.
- oving w ill not last much longer , so now is the
timei to prepare.
We' have a splend1id line of Ciomfor ts adt
Blankcets at reasonja ble pi(es,
Ou'r ladlies' Cohats, Coat Suits and1 boys' and
men's Clothing were bought before the big ad
vance and( we are nlow in position to save you
money on these lines.
A full stock of Dry Goods that we areo offer
ing at much lower' prices than we conld if bought
at the present market prices. A large per~ cent
? of our Shoes are being sold far b~elow the present
* value of such goods. Come to see us for your
Shoes, we try to handle a clean, honest line that
will please the customer as well as sell.
dThe ladies enjoy fancy work on cold or warm
days, so we try to keep at all times a full assort
nment of threads for such work.
Quilting these days is a very necessary oc
cupation, so we have put In one of the best
assortments of needles we have ever carried.
Some days you may be too busy to start up
a fire in the stove. How about an old1 fashioned
skillet and lid to bake sonme ptatoes and bread1
by the fire. We have a good stock nowv on hand.
9 Come to see us with what you hive to sell
and we wiltreat yurgt
3 CR A IG BROS CO. Pickens
Peeliar Arrest Made
Sheriff Roark of Pickens was
redentiy a participant in what
he describes as the most peculiar
case he was ever engaged in.
The sheriff went to Pittsburgh,
Pa., November 7th to bring back
a negro supposed to be Ossie
Young, charged with killing
Will Jenkins at Calhoun about
two years ago. Instead of being
Young the negro brought back
proved to be Perry Lawson, a
negro wanted in Aiken county
for killing James Little in that
county last July.
Upon information obtained
thru Sheriff McMillan of Green
wood 8heriff Roark thought he
had Young located inPittsburgh,
so he had detectives there to ar
rest the suspect, who admitted <
hewasYoung. When Mr.Roark <
took charge of the prisoner he
denied being Young. When
they got back to Easley the I
sheriff had pictures made of the
prisoner and sent one to the
sheriff of Greenwood county for
identification and the Greenwood
sheriff immediately recognized
it as a picture of Perry Lawson, ]
who was wanted in Aiken coun
ty for murder. Both Lawson
and Young are natives of Green
wood county and well known to
the sheriff there.
Sheriff Howard of Aiken was E
notified, and accompanied by k
three deputies came to Pickens
Saturday after the prisoner.
So Ossie Young is still at
large. Sheriff Roark says he
shot at a hawk and killed a crow.
Methodist Ministers Appointed
'I'hc annual appointnent of Methottist minis.
ters of the Upper South Carylina conference 0
were announced Monamy. it, v. h,. E. Wiggins, 8
who has beei pastor of Grace church at Plick- r
ens for the past three years. has been assigned t
to Green Street church in Columnbia.
Following are the appointments for this (the
Presiding Eler. It. E. Turaipseel; Clinton
Henri Stokes; Easley, Ii L. iloiry ;* Fo11utain
inn, It. F. Morris: Gray Court, G. G. Harley;
Bethel mid 'oe, J. 1). ioller: lrandon andt.tud
son, A. M. noggett: lunconbe St.. 1'. F-. Kitugo;
Camperlown, It. F. Cogburn: iuncan. S. C.
Dumnlap Hiaupton A ve., . I. Mzuan; St. 'aul,
A. E. Holler: West Greenville. W. H. Lewis:
Greenville Circuit, J. I,. Singleton: Greer, L. 1).
Gillespie; Laurens. W. A. lairey' Laurenis Cir
cuit, W. 1'. Mulliken ; liberty. G if. Hioiges;
Pickens, I. T. lodges; P'ickens Circuit to be
supplet by S. M..ones; l'iednmot... 1). Griffin;
South Easley, G. T. Hughes: Sou th Greer. .1. 1'.
Winninighamy: Travelers Rest, W. A. lanar;
0 Conference Missionuary Secretary, R. E. Turnip- 4
seed; Commissioner Washington City Church,
R. F. Turnipseed.
- State of South Carolina
County of Pickens
In court of common pleas.
-James Crenshaw, et al, Plaintiff
J. D. Crenshaw, defendant.
By virtue of a decretal order made in
the above stated case by Hon. T. J.
Mauldin, Judge of the 13th judicial cir
cuit, and on file in the office of the clerk
of court, I will sell to the highest bidder
before the court house at Pickens, S.C.
SALESDAY IN DECEMBER, 1916,
being the fourth day of said month, the
following tract of land: All that piece,
parcel or tract of land lying and ,being
mf the county and state aforesaid, on
Six Mile Creek, adjoining lands of Mrs.(
Montgomery, James Holliday, Ferdi- (
nand Stewart and others and contain
ing twenty-five (25) acres, more or less.
Terms eash. Purchaser to pay for'
papers anid recording same. Terms
must be complied with or land will be
resold. J. B. NEWIHERRY,
Judge of Probate, as Special Referee.
State of South Carolina,(
County of' Anderson.
In Cot t of Common Pleas.
S. J. Nalley and T. B. Nalley, as Ad
ministrators of the Estate of G. B..
F. K. Nalley, et al., D~efendahts.
Pursuant to an order of' the Court of
Common leas for Atnderson county ini
the above-entitled case, I will sell at
puiblic outcry at Pickens, S. C., on (
SA LESDAY IN DECEMBHER, 1916,
(luring the usual hours of public sale,
sixteen certain paIrcels or lots of land
situate in the City of Easley, Pickens
coulnty, 8. C., said lots situate on Fair
view Heights, in said towvn, and shown
on p lat of J. R. Ed wards, recorded in
R. M. C. offlce for Pickens county, they
being all of the lots conveyed to the late
G. B. Nalley by R. F. Smith by (Iced
recorded in said office on June 5, 1911,
except five of saidl lots conveyed by G.
B. Nall ey. The lots to be sold include
lots Nos. 2, 3r 7 and 8 in block 1; lots
6, 7,4 and 5im block 4; lotas5 and 6 in
block 6; lots 3 and 4 in block 5; four
other lots not verifiedl by numbers.
Terms of Sale: Cash, purchaser to
pay for deed.
(Signed) J1. 1B. NE~WHERYi,
Jtudge of Probate for Pickens County.
(reenivihlc, s. (' I kens, s. C.
McSwaini & Craig
Practice in Stalte and1( lederal Courts1
Grrnv is Om Phi'I et 210
Picn - ( )iie Il'hone .9
SEVERE BRONGIAL COLD
Yields To Delicious Vinol
Philadelphia, Pa.--"Last: fall I 'was
troubled with a very severe bronchial
cold, headaches, backacheland sick tc
my stomach. I was so bid I became
alarmed and -tried several medicines,
also a doctor, but did not t any relief.
A friend asked me to t Vinol and it
brought the relief whih I craved, so
now I am enjoying perfect health."
NAICK 0. ISINOLETON.
We guarantee Vinol for chronic
3ough.eold ad bronchitis.
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S.C.; alsi
it the leading drug stores In all Soutl
qotice of Final Settlement and Discharg4
Notice is hereby given that we will
nake application to J. B. Newbery,
isq., Judge of Probate for Picken
ounty, in the state of South Carolina,
n the 12th day of December, 1916, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soor
hereafter as said application can bc
eard, for leave to make final settle
nent of the estate of Laban Mauldin,
leceased, and obtain discharge as ad
linistrators of said estate.
W. F. EVATT,
J. K. DURST,
4otice To Debtors and Creditors
All persons having claims against the
state of P. A. Porter, deceased,
re hereby notified to present the same
o the undersigned on or by the 16th
ay of December, 1916, duly attested,
nd all persons owing said estate are
ereby requested to settle with the un
ersigned on or by said date.
iotice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims against the
state of the late W. A. Boggs must
resent the same, duly proven, on or
efore the 15th day of becember, 1916,
r be debarred payment; and all per
ons indebted to said estate must make
ayment on or before the above date to
be undersigned. C. W. BOGGS,
N. M. BOGoS,
OHICHESTER S PILLS
LADIES P n !a
)OLD mnetallic boxes, sealed with Blue~J
ibbon. TAa NO ORl. y c-n V
)oruggiat end aak rep C 5.0318TER S
H iAMOND BRAND PILLS for twenty-five
rears regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable.
M0LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
RIn EVERYWHERE -rSTED
Pickens to c
Don't fail to si
Men, Women and
Men's Dress [Shoi
kinds of good Sho
for these cold
3Suits. Don't f~
We have a bi
select from, an
vanced on man;
Pice Goods. A
tolthe Heavy F
ood values. $2.98, $3.48 a n
We will sell to the highest bidder on Salesday in December at
Pickens, which is Monday, December 4, 1916, the home place of
the late J. H. G. McDaniel, just outside the corporate limits of
the town of Pickens.
This place contains twenty-nine acres and includes fine
orchard, good pasture, fine' bairn and other outbuildings, besides
the magnificent and spacious eleven-room dwelling house. This
will make a nice home and is the very place for a summer board
ing house without making any additions. A fine view of the
mountains and all surrounding country may be had from the
house, which is situated on a beautiful knoll. Is on the main
road leading from Pickens to Liberty. In easy reach of good
schools and churches, and as a location for either a home or
summer boarding house cannot be beat. The land is in a high
state of cultivation and as a farm will pay a handsome dividend.
As an investment it would prove paying. Most everyone
around Pickens is acquainted with this property and its real
worth cannot be described. Anyone interested may come and
thoroughly inspect this property.
This is an opportunity which does not come around often and
you may never have another such chance as this, so take ad
vantage of it.
TERMS: Half cash, balance in twelve months at 8 per
.3. T. and P. P. McDaniel
A Cost Price Sale of Ladies' Hats
The season is getting rather late for hats now, and in order
to move the stock we have on hand we are going to
close out practically at cost. You will find some excep
tional bargains in this stock and at most any price. If
you have not yet purchased your fall and winter hats.
this is the opportunity you have been waiting for. We
are going to close out this stock at prices to suit your
vocketbook. Come and get some of the values.
FOLGER, THORINLEY & CO.
PICKENS, S. C.
to come to this -store when in
lo your shopping. Our prices
rs right and the merchandise
the best to be had.
se the wonderful values we are offering in
Children's Shoes, Ladies' High Kid Boots,
as,tMen's) Heavy WorkiShoes-in fact, all
lerwear and Sweaters
year and Sweaters-just the thing
days. Boys' and children's Union
>rget this department when visiting
n and Boys'Clothing
g line oflmen andi boys' Clothing. to
d even though the prices* havelad
y lines the usually low prices on our
sWe are well prepared Eto take
'.care of you in Heavy[ Winter
dll kinds of Fancy Dress Goods down
lannels, Flannelettesiand Outings.
2 dlozenb imtriinmied Shapes, values uip to $3.WOuir price no0w
J8c. 1 lot rimmedl Hats, worth'$4 and $5.00, $1 .98. Otrher'
dILs4.98. D)on't fail to see these H ats. Fancies and J4lelo was25U
-HENDERS ON Co.,