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PICK NS, . ti
ttABLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
of $0 a Year invariably in Advanco
teujred at lIckens, S. C. Postofte s
Second Class Mail Matter.
GARY IOTT, Editor and Mgr.
CANNING I'.LAN'TS BIG NEED
OF SECTION SAYS LIBERTY
Libei ty, M arch :1 .--3y raising
goods which can be camnc1 and there
by step the daily receipt of canned
foodstuffs can the farm rs; of the
Pie(lont best combat. th.- boll weevil.
That is the copinion i' .i. i.. Ban-.
r.ister, presicknt (if t~i- Liberty Bank
aind a former !'a . -Ivie boy who is
familiar witl :-it ions telnfrionting
the far cI'ers t. ':tly.
rcl the gIe ' ' 11 .' hailt and
;in~l ~ In'.' ~.,I . kid' t h nn
inker 1uI,- .r. I" (tr studied th
S ibiliti s : tl e Su ot section
an tin u ,amm Vo f conl
hlitn. - i 'l p i s ut, an' all inter
view with aent t ie cTe
New, so t of th thi which hit,
bhieves neteIrs'jigh si t ai and
some w'( 5 he oIee Othey thiubs
elow iivimV e is ret an ir each
Vkgevtaile-s whi4ch mlly be cannied,
S0or0hum11 for syrup and poultiy at
mIe of the bi Ihnsurers can
tit to dhuring the( ir' prlet perioi, NM.
a nn isti r think s.
While not advocatinlgthat farmers
abaandoll omle of th e other things
which have bin imetioned inl this
" "nnektion), Mr. Ihmu11ister does not
think that a1 thimber or suggestions
an' pr-ofitable an'd practicable. Amiong
thse iare pairyino, peaint hisi
wrl potato growin rg. . -ay a
OnIe( of thle drawba'cks to thle estab
liisetnt - ceatmies, its Ir. Ban
i'terl shes- it, is the shortag of
hIcs,. iehil this shortage of dairy
Vows is the expense or feeding, t1his
teing ll'y caused by thet fatt that
South Calitsna prilIrily is Iot 1
rasoSN growilng country. Haly amiii
oher( fbeed c'al be produced ii
this section,. but it is doubtful if i,
-Ilm he I'raised inl competition wit)
othir sretion oo many daItiryim1e
itmv leItatIed from exiN1ience tha
the fee d problem is of ihor-e imlpor.
teli thing a birstight, hie saidl
As to peanluts Mr.. Bannj~isterI ,.ail
h1' had bween informed- by makeme
that11 Iants do not Ilmke t Its firi
fle'sh onl hogs- a. do:! on.Pau
have been growl, t, uvnaei
X 11 4 biilist ito~ hsln,
iomeisections, bt l titlco he sail
tha1t the~y C11n1 (akeithe OW ac j -Of %-0r
inl evelly paticula.
"4Ir'ish potetr'es cant~ bet grown, il
this section aMd prblty w titl mor
prtthe an tljSllento, but thelli~ factoen
ntV bet gotten aound. (Ih ththi is fo
at': ' r eptat11 growin ol. cAd the
A sethin e can bel~ aidg abol~utt swee
potatoe~lhtis." oitos otte
"Nowl5 (11 doit nothwan toapptitesarta
bein a pessimtistaoh line,
VlSid ?~'3 Mr. lannise who soer hat
rlutanty oetied tootalk fOur pub.!
51ient~~ion go I g 'lO)
"uth, bam11( fimlcavin e that1 i
thes lsablishmant of renind ftor
wSrhtep soutr eSticld takel
Almnit. evey ay larthee qantitmes n
caprnn iendivioas, poatoesa
petgns l, cn ohe commdities art
ut! ohipef t a lle 1variouofrahewaytioa
tiae along' thil in.i scio n
y"Whyrg counthiatitison be'i~ ar'
vese'pd to our neon evser inear
ofbuerg o thned lgeds ? Ourthi.
tide pouldhe grolrge erosucei
ion, btns atindr toatesad wit
hads abetn ireuied ta raise
"worhumf fes theC Csmnel opr
ueni.Soe ofs yer. Whilsoe fiuen.
terprisno oinvaleis oingctie mak
csrumlyu, andnnoud showlabeled
tm hi ped. oalprsoftiain
'Cnoe ros heasily in that saclionean
yetnlrge Comanyie of Cenral, ar
V refereby t teie tlare atte
dol potry with theuldeproduced
hado benformedi that $175,2.
Bywrt odeg of er consumdt.
'wer notobtaCabe, obr isi
Notle s hr Sby in thattl er
Thtro is a man herd who has bee
going to see a lady in this town; an
almost every on Cas teased him a
sole time, but he paid them for i
all last Saturday night. He wein
to his friends here list week and told
them that what they had been teas
ing him about would coetie to an end
Saturday night at .the Baptist church
at eight o'clock. Well, the wedding
Saturday night was the town talk for
all last week, and every one seemed
to be ready for it by the set time.
The man who was pulling the stunt
mado alf preparations for the great
event, and even went, so far as to get
the agent lero To t'iim.' 'a reserve
berth on train number-30 going north.
The people who were intited to the
wedding bcgan to get realy for it
Saturday, they bought presents, rice
a11d other things that go with a
wedding. About '1:20 Saturdaiiy night
tile chuich bell began to ring and the
J<plk. hxaan to pour out of their
homells e1n:1 in i vLry short tim.e there
was a large crowd at the chuirch,
they llmadi a rush for the frent seats
for they wanted' to see the job well
dI!! ,. Thlere were in the crowd old
r.1u I ia mn,% old bachelors, imrried
womn1, younI laieis, old maids, ill
,lmlin!.g id pushing for the front
seats. Afti e they were seated as
netri the front a+ they could get they
anxiouA:: wi'it.d fer the 'Ippearance
of th: bride and groom. About 8
c'clo-k the bride came slowly ill on
the mm of a little boy, she was not
dressed in wcdding clothes and when
she tilus appeared, tile waiting crowd
wis thus reminded that last Saturday
was the first day of April, and thcy
began to try and get out without any
on, seeing them. Some even went
the back streets to got' home withoul
)eing asked how the'-wedding was
But oh you wcdding gazers, yot
caught it hit SAday and Monday
SomIe ('eve denied being there, sono
sVid they knew it was in April foo
but they waitcd to see the othe
tclks. But some how the rice dis
appe-Caecd, the wedding presents wer
gonle, and no (one. seeimed to knio%
anything for sure.
fools tilat wits ever pulled onl th
folks here, and the gentIcman wh
did it may well stay on his gual
fer they will get even with him som1
There were several April fool
pulled in town last Saturday, and ti
i.ostmaster was kept busy all di
answerinlg calls at the window
ver ple who had. been told that ti
Postmaster wanted to see' them. Ti
day was made rich with'-good jok(
with tile Climax comifli n; Satur-da
night at the April fool wedding.
CARlD OF THANKS.
Desiring to assure the nleighbol
and friends of the comm~nunity, tI
good 1people of Liberty, also D
-Clayton, of our dee p appreciation f<
their kindness05 dutrinlg thle illness ar
(leatih of our dlear husb~and and fat]
er, we take tis mreans of public
thanking theml for their kindness ar
symllpathly ho0wever teidier anld tri
ean alleviate the plain. of bleedlin
heoarts, yet thle little deedls of lov
1b1iig a udegre~e cf comftort. May thi
Godl of .ove am~i Iert-y bless all wh
were angels of mercy during our los
Mrs. J1. H1. Clayton and sonls ani
We, the under'signeQd hereby proh1
bit all1 persenis from, hunting, fishlinl,
euttinlg timber~l or trespass5ing in1 a1
manner1' upo lDour lands, une fut
pena1lt ty of tile law.
R. P. Thomas
L. P. Thlomas
- J. P. Thomas
T. J1. Pondler
J. Jf. Ponder
Dr. Wml Ponder
*J. H. Boweni
We, tihe undersigned hereby prohil
all persons froml hunting, fishin
cutting timber -or trespassing in ar
manner upon our lands, under ft
penalty of th law.
W. H. C. Rice
-M. A.. Albertson
F. T. Hlooper
COMMUNITY PRESSING eCLUB.
Next Door To Edwards- &.. Darse
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, and Al
All work Called For
Give God Your Heart and Sume
Your Clothes and W~e will Keel) Yo
Because Penn's is packed air
tight in the patented new
container-the quality is
So Penn's is always fresh.
Have you ever really chewed
fresh tobacco ?
Buy Penn's the next tini. Try it.
, Notice the fine condition-fresh
You Must Iinve It to Keep Your Jol
o Your Friends, Your Happiness.
e Thousa ds of thoughtless peopl
needles . let themselves run dow
s in health. The day conies wihet
Swi'.h a terrible shock, they suddeni
y realize that they are permanent]
f bro ie in heaith. For your own sal
.e kep well. If yu feel weak or riu
e down or do nct sleep well or are ne:
S Vous anld have a poor eclor, don't wa
y until it is too late. Gude's Pept<
Malangan taken with your meals for
few wceks will restore your goo
health, give you renewed strength an
vitality fer you, daily work. Til
healthy life is the only happy ife
's dto not let it slip from you. For thirt
e years G'de's Pepto - ai--an La be
r'. l-elpinw p'ecpie who were run--dowv
r1 l ack to gtA' health. It was mad
d fa'mous by the medlieal professiot
1- Sold by d ruggists in both liquid an
v tablet for.m.- AdUverti:semen't)
L~OSTi.-~ Oneldi bracelet watch
E 'lgin, andl' "! 'hel fou~ntain pen1
I i nder loe~ reiturin Io Sentinel of
flece and reLceive rewa'rd.
sNOTICE OF' I-IN.\I ~SETT'LE31E:N1
Noatice is hCeIeby given that I wil
mna ke api cation0 to N. A. Christo
pher' Esq1., .Judge of Priobait( for [Piek
.ens :-cunty, in the State of' South Car
Solina, on Monay the 2 lth day o
Ap ril 19~22, at II '.''lceek in the lore
IIoon, or' atS soGn thereaf'ter as sait
IIapphl eationj ca be heart, for leav<
to make lini 'l 'mn(2t (of the I).i
soral estate of V. p. Holeomble, do
c'easedl, andl obain dlin-hargc a Ex
eutix of saidl estOt.
Mlrs. Sui Holeombeh(,
E xecu tr*ix,
100) cons I18 pert cent acid. Morris
& Co., Pickeni.
~ NOTICE--Registeredj Berkshir
boar service $5.00 or pig. ly. A
i Mathews, Pickens, S. C.
In the matter of C. D. Hodge
Bankrupt, trading as Hfodge's 5c, 10<
and 25e Store, I will sell at publi<
outcry at Easley, S. C., on Monday
the 3rd day of April, 1922, at elever
o'clock a. mt. all the stock of goods
r- fixtures and one Ford car, of tha
.above niamed Bankrupt at the stora
at Easley, S. C., to the highest bid
dler for cash. The said stock of good
andl fixtures will be sold1 separatel,
,or as a whole, in the (discretion of th
undersigned. The right to reject an'
' andl all bids is reserved.
I R. Trustee.
Now spring and summer oxfords
Fortunately we carried over from
YOU an entirely new stock, and at ver
Oxfords for ladies in all the new
and all the new straps, in Black and
Our line for children, misses and
When a customer tells you they h v
something in them besides just name.
ably priced at $6.50, $7.00 up to $10.0 0
WE COULD E
How to get the most out of a sho e
Look for new stock in shoes an d
of paying high prices, for you don't h a
See us for your wants in sprin g
doors swing on welcome hinges,
The home of Walk-Ove
woven hosiery, Griffon
Machines, Irun King Sto
Clothing, Shoes, 1
Notices run under this head at the
rate of one cent a word for first in
sertion, one-half cent a \vord for
each subsequent insertion. No notice
accepted for less than 25c first time.
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FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
On Satur(lay, April 8, 1 will sell at
public auction in Pickens the follow
ing machinery, all in good condition:
One 10-h. p). kerosene engine, one grist
mill, one corn sheller, one corn and
cub crusher, and all necessary belt.;,
0 pulleys, etc., for the operation of a
c.mplete corn mill. Will sell sep
arately or as a whole. R. M. Stewart.
y FOR SALE-Three head horse, or
C will trade for team of good mules.
L. A. Dale, Route 4.
t STRAYED.-From my home on
- March 20th, one female, red Duroc
a pig, seven weCks (old. Finder please
4 notify J. E. Allgocd, Pickens, R 2 and
d get reward. it
- Men Wanted-To sell our goods in
y' country andl city. Why work for
a others when you can have a business
Sof you ow with a steady income.
C We sell goods on time and wvait for
I. Gui money. Team and auto needed
:1 for country work, no outfit needed
in city Experience unnecessary we
- trin in .aaesmanship. McConnon &
100 tons 116 per cent acidl. Morris
& Co., Pickens.
for. our catalogue; thread for em
broidery, any color; embroidery
ne-edle,' the very latest, will be sent
C. 0. D. for $1.00 on 10-day trial.
Write today. Arthur Flood, 193 Line
SSt reet, Charleston, S. C. 50
MILK COWS FOR SALE.-Young
ifresh milk cows from $23.00 to $35.
00, giving 2 and 3 gallons. Good
Istock. Come and see what I have.
A. D). Mann, Six Mile, S. C.
BLACKSMITH WORK in exchange
for country prodluce.-I wvill (do your
blacksmith work andl take pay in
country produce. My prices are
ri;ght, too. J. Wesley Garrett, Pick
FOR SA LE--A fewv bushels Cleve
land Big 201ll cotton seed, carefully
handled and ginned, grown 1920.
Sample of seed may be seen at Pick
ens Hardware and Grocery Co. Jas.
B. Craig, Pickens, S. C.
FOR SA LE-A fine thoroughbred
-jersey bull, about two yefars old.
Will trade for fat beef cattle. W.I
T. Earle, Central, S. C.
For Sale or Trade.--Edison Am
berola and 22 records; in good condi
tion; will sell cheap or trade. R. S.
Reece, Central R 4.'
WANTED-$3,500 for a client on
gilt edge security twice the value
of this amount. Will pay eight per
cent interest and repay the loan in
monthly installments if dlesired. Com
municate with C. E. Robinson, Pick
ens, S. C.
r BATTERIF4S CHARGED.- I am
still on the job charging batteries.
Also keep newv acid all the time. From
nec to $1.25. C. W, Hunter, Pickens
for men, boys, ladies, misses and ch 11
last season only a few pairs of oxfo r
r low prices.
,st styles as low as $2.50 in all solid 1
Tan Vici, Patents, Brown Calf and G u
boys start In price at $1.50, $2.00 u p
,K-OVERS FOR MEN AND WOME b
'he Line That Knows No Competition
ve worn a Walk-Over for eighteen':
Cheaper in price than other high gra d
ELL ANY KIND OF SHOES--F
or oxford is fully as important as h oi
oxfords, for they are cheaper than I
ve to any more.
and summer goods. Our stock is n el
r and Endicott Johnson shoe
Clothes, Carhart overalb
ve Devoe Paints, Chase 4
Is and Gents-' Furnishing I
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns.
FOR SALE-You can get Guinea
ggs at $1.00 per setting of 15, at
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S. C., or
Irs. E. G. McDaniel, Murphy, S. C.
WANTED-Man with car to sell ihe
BEST Ford Oil Gauge made. ,100.00
pr week and extra commissions. Ae
eessories C 4013 Graham, Benton
FOR SALE-One practically new
Ford touring car, in excellent condi
tion. Will sell for cas'n or good
papers or will trade for anything
that can be readily turned into eash.
R. M. Welburn, Pickens, R 0 Phone
WANTED-To buy some good
shoats. Apply to J. Luther Hughes at
Ilughus Brcs Blacksmith shcp. :;t.
Notice is hcreby given that the
old school.house at the Twelve Mile
District No. 39, as required by the
oldl decd to said property, will be
sold to the highest bidder on April
21st 1922, at 11 a. m.
R. M. Welborn,
W. M. H-udso~n,
NOTICE OF FiNAL. SETTLEMENTr
Notice is hereby given that we will
make application to N. A. Chbristopher
Esq., Judcge of Probate for Pickens
County, in the State of 'South Caro- I
lina, on Sat, the- 22nd( day of A pril
1922, at 11 o'clock, in the foren')on,
or as soon thereafter as said app lica.
tion can be heard, for leave to nmke
final settlement of the personal es.
tate of J. D. M. Keith, deceased, andI
obtain discharge as executors of s tid
NOTICE OF" FIN Al SETTiLEM~lENT
Notice is her!'by given that I will
m'ake au)pier;tion te N. A. Christ'>pher.
Esq1., Judge of Probate for Pickens
County, in the State of South Caro-.
lina, on Friday the 21st day of A pril
1922, at 11 o'clock, in the forenoon, or
it soon thereafter as said application
ian be heard, for leave to make final
tettlement of the personal estate of
Elisha Alexander deceasedl, and obtain
:Jischarge as Administrator of said es
R. A. Alexander,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTrLEMENT
Notice is hereby giveni that I will i
make application to N. A. Christo
pher Esq., Judge of Probate for
Pickens county in the State of South
Carolina, on, the 27 clay of April
1022, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
r as soon thcreafter as said appli
ation can be heard, for leave to
niake final settlement of the personal
tate of Berdie Maci Boggs, Minor,
md obtain discharge as Guardian of
Irn, at the new low prices of todiay,
ds, so we are in a position to sha.v
)athers. These collie in lace, putt
n Metal. -
to $5.00. . A
nionths or two years, there must. hk
D shoes, but as good as any. Rea:,,.
v much you pay for them.
,he old stock. Get out of the ht
v and ~'ices are. right. All
9 & CO.
s, Stetson hats, Inter
, New Uome Sewing
lity buggids, American
ioods a Specialty
STATE OF SOUTH CkROLIN
COUNTY OF PIOKEN .
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEi
The Fort Hill Bank, a Corpora
Dave Harris, Suasn liarris, M
Hunter, and Frnrers Bani
In pursuanc4fof ' decretal o
made in the bove 'statfd! case
His Honor Judge T. J. 'fauldir
Chambers, Pickens, S.. C., d
March 13, 1922, I will sell to
highest bid-ler, on the terms hei
SALESDAY IN APRIL, 102:
the same being April 3, 1922. du
the legal hours for sales at Pie]
C. H., S. C., all that piece, pf
or tract of land lying'and being
uate in the above named State
County, and containing five and
100 acres, niore o' lest; as sh
by plat of survey m'ade by S.
Martin, surveyor, on .first day
September. 1916, and having the
lowing metes and hounds, to-wit
Beginning at Iron Pin S 3,
6.82 Iron Pin; thence S 87, E
to a small ----; thence 19
E 5.2. to Iron Pin, center of
road; thence N 51, W 1P>.94 to I
Pipe,. the beginning corner; adj.
ing lamis of Aaron Boggs and
tate of Andrew Jackson.
TERMS: One-half cash on
of sale; balance on credit of tw<
months to be seculredl by bond
purchaser and mortgage of
pk rflises, and 'the purchaser aI
be reqluiredl to insure the house
not less than eight hundred (loll
and assign. said policy to saidl Cl
of Court for further security. P
ehaser miay have leave ,te pay
:ash on (lay of sale; Purcha~ser
pay for all papers, revenue stan
an ] r 'rding the same. Itf p)
-has4er fails to) comply in one ht
he same wvill be resold the sa
lay at the risk and expense of
0. S. STEWART,
Clerk of 'Court
-Pickens County, S.
March 18, 1922..
TATE OF SOUTH C'AROLINA,
OUNTY OF PICKENS.
N COMMON 'PLEAS COURT,
*as:ey L~oan & Trust Company,
corporation, B. M. Mc*(;ee and Ht
;ilas Hunt, R. Y. Hiellums, Indeper
ent Guano Company, J1. C. McElo
Aif McAdanms, A. F. Day, M
Kate R. Medlock, J. M. l\IAdan
Bettie Savage, Carrie Smith, Jo
Nimmons and all others heirs
law of Wesley McAdams, decease
and all others who may be grante
or mortgage creditors of the sa
Wesley McAdamns or his heirs
law, and all personsnwho may ha
or cle in any lnteren in thef stubje
of this action, whoae trames ai
residences are unknown to plal
['n the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summoned and r
luired to answer the complaint
his action, which was this day fil
n the office of the,,Clerk- of .Cou
it Piekens. S. C. and'ignow on f6.
n said office, and to serve a co~
>f your answer to the said complal
mn the subscriber at his office
Pickens, S. C.: vithin -twenty da
fter the service hereof,- exclusive
he day of service; and -if you f.
o answer the complaint -within t
:lma aforesaid, the plaiittffe 'i ti:
~cticn will apply to the Court f
~he relief demvandled in the complal;
Date-l March 14, 1922.
C. E. ROBINSON,
0. S. STEWART,
VClerk of Court
Pickens County, S. ~