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a cbpted o con
side r ree edby;m: ."riitabh
physician - of Pickens County,. up t
* t1 e 20th of January; 1922, to do th
necessary professional practice fo
the County of Pickens during the yea
1922. And the physician elected o
appointed by the County Comnmission
ers for Pickens County will be expect
ed to perform the following duties
without any charge except the amoun
agreed on by the physicians 'and Coun
ty Board of Commissioners, during
the year of 1922.
First: Assist in all post mortem ex
aminations and act as medical advisor
to the coroner of Pickens County.
Second: To attend all prisoners at
the County Jail and to visit the pri
seners at Jail upon the call of the
Sheriff or any person in charge of
Third: To give all necessary medi
cal attention to those confined in the
County chain gang and to be subject
to the call of the guard of the County
Fourth: To look after the necessary
medical attention of the inmates of
the Pickens County poor farm, and to
visit those at the poor farm upon the
call of the Steward of said home.
Fifth: To give necessary medical
attention to all persons in a radius of
ten miles from Pickens County Court
house who :lare unable to employ at
physician to look after their medlical
ne*cIs, and shall atten( such persons
up)on11 the call of the County Supervi
sor, or ti- ('lark of the County Board.
Sixth: To act as one of the attend
ing physicians in ail lunacy examlinal
It is undervtoo i that the County
('ommissioners for l'icktens County, S.
( '., t Ire t he right to reject aiy 01
allI hids> offe'red by the pI ians oF
t is Counly muess they ar. neceptable
to sal( id lloard.
The physiians of til' County are
hecrebly reqfu.e(e to file their bids in
writing w iih W. I. Matheney, Pick
ens, S. ('.. Clerk to County Board
before .1anuary 20 1922.
J. T. lcKinn'y
J. F. Lesley
.1. A. Finley
Commissioners for Pickens Ceunt
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Olice of County Supt. of 1'ucatio
of Pickens County.
Whereas a petition from the ftre
holders and electors of Six Mile Scho
District No. 27, has been (iled wil
the County Board of Education
Pickens county, asking said board pe
mission to hold an election in sa
school district to determine whether
not four mills extra levy shall
levied in said school district for sch(
It appearing to tile County Boa
of Educatio thlat the petition met._.
the requiremeonts of the lawv, thet
fore, it is or'der'ed that tile truste
of the above nlam~ed school diistri
(10 hold an1 election .January 28, 1 92
at the schiool house for the aho
statted purpose. T'he trustees are
be mlanager's and sihall conlduct ti
election ats all genetral elections a
conduicted, and1 in accordance with Sc
tion 1208 of the school law. The pol
wvill be open2t from 9 a. m. to 4 p. mn.
By order of the. County Board
Education for Pickens county,
F. V. Clayton,
Sec. and Chairman.
The home mer<
your needs BUY IN (
you want. Firms an
e Nearly Forty Years In
* , TRUST WORTH
A share of Your ati
Made by W. C. Dtirant, former
F. S. Darn
the estate of theIMe Ma 'B@
muat present theaniedil, proven
on or before the 4th day of February,
1922, or be debarred payment; . and
all persons indebted to said estate
mtet make payment on or belfore
ate to B. J. Johnston.
rt t B.. J. Johnston.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
By N. A. Christopher Esquire Pro
Whereas, J. W. Durham made suit
to me to grant him Letters of Admin
istration of the Estate of and Effects
of J. H. Durham deceased.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
and Creditors of the said J. H. Dur
hai, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Pickens Court
House, S. C., on the 20th (lay of Jan
uary 1922, next, after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not
Given under my Hand and Seal, this
7th day "f January 1922, in the 146th
year of our Independence..
N. A. Christopher,
Juige of Probate, Pickens County, S.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEM EN''
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christopher
Esq., .1alge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina
on the 4th day of February 1922, at
II o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard. for leave to make final, settle
ment of the Personal estate of Susar
Watkins, deceased, and obtain dis
charge as administrator of said estate
E. D. Watkins,
Notice of Final Settlement and Dis
Notice is hereby given that we wil
make application to N. A. Christophe
Esq., Judge of Probate for Picker
county, in the State of South Carolin
on the 26th (lay of January 1922, s
I11 o'clock, in the forenoon, or as soo
thereafter as said application can 1
t, heard, for leave to make final settl
id meat of the Personal estate of A. V
or Gravley deceased, and obtain di
be charge as Executors of said estate.
ol J. T. McKinney
C. M. Gravley
*.. Notice of Final Settle-ment and D)1
ct Notice is hereby given that I w
"' ake apiplication to N. A. Christoph
ve Esq., Judge of Probate for Picke
to county, in the State of South Carolir
10 on the 28th (lay of January 1922,
r 1 o'clock, in the forenoon, or as so
c- thereafter as said ap~plication can
.heard, for leave to make final sett
menit of the Personal estate of J.
of Clement dleceased, and obtain d
charge as administrator of said esta
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50 pet cent penly will be added, 4s
provided by law f6r non-returns.
Reassessment of all property, will
be made in 1922 as provided by law.
The auditor will make his usual
rounds as follows:
Peters Creek, Thursday, January
Pumpkintown, Friday, January 20,
Holly Springs, Friday, January 20,
Antioeh, Saturday, Janua':y 21,
Mile Creek, Monday, January 2',
Praters, Monday, January 23, after
Six Mile, Tuesday, January 24.
Croswejl, Wednesday, January 25
until 3 o'clock p. m.
HENRY A TOWNES, Auditor.
Tax return blanks for 1922 may be
found at the following places:
Central--Farmers Bank, Central
Bank, Isaqucena Mill.
Central R 4-W. S. Gantt, J. L.
Calhoun R 1-T. S. Ramsay.
Cateechee-L. L Leopard.
Norris-D. C. Garrett.
Clemson College-P. S. McCollum.
Libeity-Liberty Bank, Farmers
and Merchants Bank, W. B. Glenn,
Easley Mill No. 2 office.
Liberty R 1-M. Joe Boggs.
Easley-Ea-ley Mill No. 1 office,
Commercial Bank, Easley' Loan and
Trust Co., Magistrate Jameson, Alice
Mill office, Glenwood Mill office.
Easley I. F. D.-L. L. Smith, J
Dacusville--N. B. Williams, G. W
Marrietta R 2--L. S. Edens.
Pickens R 2-D. E. Garrett.
Pickens R 3--J. B. Chastain.
Pickens R 4-S. B. Edens, A. C
Nimmons-. C. Bowie.
Eastat-e-W. R. McKinney.
Six Mile-J. L. Dillard.
HENRY A. TOWNES, Audito
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