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J. N. HALLUIA
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
W. T. Jeans
In prtsuance of a jldgmnlt If fIre
closurt spade in the above stated rase
lated first day larch. 191'. and eon It ,
in the clerk': office of lI'tckens county.
I will sell the following described real r
estate at Pickens ('. II.. S. ltd rint
the legal hours for sale, on
SAl.1-:SI)A Y IN .\ 'lil., 1,17.
the follow'ing pr'perty. to-vit:
All that piece. parcel or tract of land
lying and being in the county and state
aforesaid, on 'Town (reek, known as
the I athem, ('lenients Mill trate, con
taining forty-eight (I1 acre:s, nure or
less, on which a mill and water power
plant are situated, and all machinery
and rights e c mteited therewith.
If the purchaser shall Iail to complv
with the terms ot sale within one hour,
then the same shall be resold at same
time and plice. PIurchaser to pay for 1
papers and re'cording same. '1 erms
0. S. SrI-:wATr,
Clerk of Court.
State of South Carolina,
(ounty of Pickens.
\\'ill t'atnno~n, P'laintitl',
Ge1. W. 'annn. I)eflendant.
'In pursuanu- of a decretal order made
in the abuove- ,tat.l case, dated March
first, 1917. and on tle in the clerk's ot
tice for i I e I n': , I will sell to the
highest bidder n *
SA \.ls I\ Y IN A P R % l, 1917.
dIon n be Lea-. i *urs of' sale, at Pick -
('ns t '. II., t he fal wing-described treal
Al ti at-rin jiece, patrcel ort traet
"i bind l.\ hinitg and in the county
ani t r1.~maid, rn Twelve Mile
River.m adihdog hinds of' S. W. O'Dell,
l . I .ste.-i. .\lo rgan, and others,
acr'e'i. n .re or b- . and k nownt as the
lBell Shoal tra~ct.
Tlernms ea.h. In caIse the p)urchasert'
fails to cilyi~ with the terms in one
houri the landi will lie r'esold at the same
time aind lauc. I urc'haisert to pay' f'or'
Papers and ri-ciordingy Same.
it S . SnTE:WAR'T,
C'lerk< ofI 'outr t.
Bed your corn landI with a
Walter A. W\ood1 Dise Harrow.,
It will save' you timhe and labor.
Sold by Pikn lIardwvare and(
*And Save 10to 251
* \\ntI~tt't ibnCOurageb buy
Buv for Cash anid save n1
AND IN BULK
, Prop. & Igr.
Notice ik hereby given that a meeting
t the stockholders of the Pickens Oil
Kill ('ompany will be held in the oflice
i the Company at Pickens, South
'aro lina. on Friday, the 30th day of
larch, 1917, at 2:00 o'clock p. in., at
vhieh meeting the matter of liquidating,
vimuig up the affairs, and dissolving
he said Company, a corporation under
he laws of the State of South Carolina,
all be considered and voted on. Stock
olders may attend in person or be rep
esented by proxy, but it is desired that
Il stockholders who can do so attend in
erson. This meeting is called in pur
uance of Sections 2812 and 2813 of the
ode of Laws of South Carolina, Vol
me 1, 1912.
This 'ebruary 24, 1917.
Rt. E. B~xuel.:,
V. 1F. M1AI,)I. Pres. & Treas.
otice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims against the
state of the late Thomas Duke must
aresent the same, duly proven, on or
efore the 5th day of April, 1917,
r be debarred payment; and all per
ons indebted to said estate must make
ayment on or before the above date to
47 A. G. 13ow-:x, Administrator.
The Perfection Iron Beam
Plow Stock will last you tor
years and you don't. have to ride
them to keep them in the ground.
Get the combination stock and
turner complete. No better
nade. Pickens Hardware and
notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to .1. 11. Newberry,
Es1,, .1 udge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 5th rday of April, 1917, at
11 o'clock in the torenoon, or as soon
thereafter as saidl application can he
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the estate of i. Ross Eaton, dle
eeased, and obtain discharge as admin
istrator of said estate.
417 I. Al. AIUI.IN, Administor.
DAMON BRN 'I8, in RED aA
GOLDn metallic boxes, sealed with BlueAj
Ribgon.6TAKU No T.R u r Vl
DIA MOND IR A N il PI LILB, for twe'nty-five
years regarded as IlestSafest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
.?? EVERYWHERE W.4R'TH
Per Cent on Your:
0 Wine Cardui
5 Black Draught
5 Both for $1.00.
ing on credit. You pay for .1
Mrs. Ora Mauldin is visiting Mrs. L.
S. Grandy in Charlotte.
Mrs. C. E. Robinson spent last Thurs
day in Greenville.
F. E. Alexander of Anderson was a
a visitor in Pickens last Sabbath.
Mrs. A. M. Morris is on an extended
visit to her brother, Will A, Mauldin,
Mrs. M. W. Newton was called to the
bedside of her daughter, Mrs. Frank
Gentry. at Columbia last Friday.
Messrs. Gignilliatt and Bristoe Chris
topher of Greer and Gaffney, respec
tively, spent Sunday with theim -rents
Charles Curtis, Oliver Boggs, Homer
Edens and Marvin Hutchings, from
Clemson College, were among their
Pickens friends last Sunday.
Rev. L. L. Leytus of Bishopville will
preach at thejPresbyterian church
Thursday, the 29th, at 8 o'clock 1). in.
The public is cordially invited.
There will be held in the Methodist
church next Sunday morning, April 1,
at11.15o'clock, "A Dry America Rally."
An address will be made by Rev. Dr.
Claflin, secretary of the National Anti
There will be observed in the Metho
dist church a week of prayer. beginning
Sunday night, April 1, and continuing
thru the week every night, at 8 o'clock.
All are cordially invided and expected
to attended these services. We hope
for the hearty co-operation of the entire
community. E. T. HODGES.
At the head camp meeting of the
Woodmen of the World held at Green
wood last week, Rev. D. W. Hiott of
Easley was elected as one of the seven
delegates from this state to the sov
ereign camp at Atlanta next May.
According to the government's report
15,749 bales of cotton of the 1916 crop
were ginned in Pickens county, while
the 1915 crop for this county amounted
to 17,885. While the 1915 crop was
greater by 1,136 bales, the 1916 crop
brought hore than twice as much money.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap
tist church will have a sale of spring
goods consisting of shirt waists, aprons,
boudoir caps, etc.. at the Hollingsworth
old store room next F riday, the 30th.
Commencing at 2 o'clock p. in. The
public is cordially invited to visit their
emporium. Ilot coffee, chocolate and
lunches will be served.
Despite the inclement weather more
than a dozen members of the Entre
Nous enjoyed the hospitality of Mr. L.
C. TIhornley last Wedlnesday afternoon.
While the guests were enjoying sev'eral
Victrola selections, the hostess assisted
b~y her (laughter, Miss Emily, served
most (delicious chicken salad, sandlwiches,
iced tea and cheese strasvs.
'a ris ofi thnuika publish(ed tior o:ii-half ,,eut
We, the undersigned, wish to thank
the good p~eople of Easley and the sur'
rounding county of Pickens for the
kindness shown us (luring the illness
and dleath of my wife and mother, which
occurredl March 17. This is the greatest
sorrow that ever came to our home, andl
wvhile we bow in grief we do not sorrow
as those who have no hope, for we firmly
believe ourI1 loved one is safe with her
ILord. Our children andl myself are
f'ormi ng more closely in line, marchming
on to the Celestial City to par1t no0 more'.
Th'e separation seems strange andl un
ex plainale, but God knows best.
.1. A. MULUixAx,
Mins. 1i. W. DUNWvOoDY,
Dr. T. E. Cothrm ini a wcll-know:
phraito Alexis, Ala. And who
he0 gets b'ilious or' needs a purgativ:
medicine. whalit (do you rupp)Iose 1.
does? Out of his whole big stock e
liver mledlicine hie selects and~ use.
Granger Liver Regulator. IIe say
"There is none better." That's
pretty strong endlorsement, dlon't yoe
think, fromi a man who knows n'
:'.?bout the merits of the different medi
eines on the market ? Granger Live:
Regulator is .purely vegetable, doe.
i not gripe norl irritate the delicate lin
Iing of the stomach and bowels an,~
alwayi gives quick and pleasant re
suits. It is the best systern purifie
known. Your druggIst can suppl:
you-25c for largo box. Accept n
There will he a meeting of Pickens
Lodge, K f P., Monday night, April 2,
at Castle lall.
Ht. W. Iliott, C. C.
.. 1,. Valley, K. R. & S.
Rev. I). M. Ramsay was unable to fill
the appointment at Montvale school
house last Sunday afternoon on account
of the incl neat weather. It is hoped
that he wil be able to go at some later
Married, on the 18th inst.', at thehome
of the bride, four miles southeast of
Easley, Miss Lucinda Couch and Mr. T.
G. Oliver of Central, S. C. The cere
mony was performed in the presence of
a number of relatives and friends by
Magistrate J. M. Jameson. After the I
nuptials were over a regal repast was!
enjoyed by those present.
The many friends here of W. H. Ash
more and daughter, Miss Vesta, are
glad to see them back at home after an
absence of three months. Mr. Ashmore
visited his children in Atlunta and Man
chester, Ga., and Grand Island, Fla.
Miss Vesta visited in Atlanta and Man
cehester and while away took a graduate
course in stenography and typewriting.
-- I. .'" Al~N SANI 1i. Cl1:IG
& ire IInv ., . - Pcken, s. C.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
First-class car. ca reful driver,
the very best service possible,
and reasonable charges. When
you want a public service auto
mobile see le.
EDWIN EARLE, Pickens.
Announcement For May(:
C. L. CURETON is hereby announced
as a candidate for Mayor of Pickens
subject to the rules and regulations of
the approaching municipal election.
I hereby announce for the Mayorship
of the City of Pickens, subject to the
rules, regulations and laws governing
municipal elections in this state, and
agree to abide the result thereof.
Ena II. F'IELn.
We have another solid car of
Columbus Wagons on hand.
There is no wagon to equal the
Columbus when it comes to
quality and light running. Sold
by Pickens Hardware & Grocery
Have been built and act
s~i Ssince August 1st, 1.91
i This uulilsual fall anCi w
icnfine the distribution
i1 (iate (delivery to retail
Scars in anticipation of li
~IWe are issuing this noti
selves againstidelay or 4
~ ou ar'e planning to pur
Staike delhvery now.
~j ImrmedIiate ordlers wvill I
Delay in buying at this
Enter your order today
listed'below and don't t
Phone No. 7
How To I
Did it ever occur
might not be using ,the
Do you speak sid
,low, or six inches awo
mitter of your telephon
You should . talk
lips about one inch fror
Speak in an even tone.
sary to shout.
There is much that
the proper way to tel<
little rules will help.
When you Telepbc
SOUTHERN BELL TEL
AND TELEGRAPH Ci
C. A. E. LATI lolO, Box
H. A. DURHAM, Pr
Four Suits Cleaned ai
I have opened a new Pressin
the Barber Shop next door t
and solicit a share of your pal
- hard to please, but
T also have for sale some
a. wgons, and two building lots
cheap and make terms easy.
E UNIVEnsAT. C
ually delivered to retail buyers
represent the actual number of
6, and delivered by our agents 1
inter demand for Ford cars mak
of cars only to those agents .wh<
eustomers, ,rather than to pocrt
iter' spring sales.
ce to intending buyers that t
Iisappointment in securing For<
ehase a Ford car, we advise you
tave prompt attention.
time may cause you to wait sev
for immediate delivery with oui
e disappointed later on.
:Runabout $345, Touring Car $360, Coupele
TowniCar $595, sedan $645, f. o. b. Detro
; Auto Co
to you that you
telephone in the
eways, above, be
Ly from the trans
directly into the
at it. Keep your
1 the mouthpiece.
It is not neces
can be said about
phone, but these
)MPANY + ,
129, Greenville, S. C.
ressing Club 1
op., Pickens, S. C.
ad Pressed For $1 t
E Club in connection with *
the Keowee Pharmacy. :
ronage. I n tonly strive .
good horses, iules and ?
n Easley. Will sell these
See me at the Bar her t
I. A. l)URHAl. $
since August 1, 1916.
cars manufactured byv
o retail buyers.'
es it necessary for uAs to
have orders for imme--~
nit any agent to stock
Ley may protect them- o
I cars. If, therefore,
to place your ordler and
authorized Ford agent
Pickens, S. C.