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w1 NO 11 is# 20 f e 'aims. approved and-lpaid by the S 'upe'r
nd)( Uoprd of Comm p sioners of'RPickens County during April.
<t# pjt .rterly replortwds recently published,
Un ~ slay et. R.- Cofegt........-- -- -----,---$ 53.90
\ t .C. rih- --- ---------------- 8.62
Is) -camp cook, etc....... 6.2 o
osVaaer, stamps and .box rent --- --' -- -- -- ------ 62
.H.Clinksftes, maintenance road work-- ~~---~'- ---- 17.89
J. L. Sanders, conslable work -- ,_- -------- ---- 12778
P. D. Smith, const le'work - -- -- ,- ------------ ---- 13.0
J. M. Garrett,- Liberty magistrate, 3 months ------ 75
P. B. Ponider, road work __v-- ~~~~~~~~~~~~-- . 87.5
W. R., Cantrell, road work-~- ~ ~~~~~~~~~ 12.5
-X. Hf. Stapsell, eounty hand --- ----- ----- 1.50
--* .-R.-White, county hand ------ -- -- -- -- --------- 60.00
J. B. Aknthony, county han- -- ---- -- -- ------------- 18.00
lae.Stanseill) timber and road work---2h .
E. Fr, Celth, road work ---7----- -- ---------- 25.33)
Dcpe/1C. Laoln Hudoi -- --------- -- ------ 621.6 .
D. L. Huson, hand at poor farm ---- -- - ------------ -19.00
*. B. Taylor, lumber and] work -- -- ---- ---- -------- 5.91
Lewis Holcombe, county handk- -- ------- 0.
. f Iunter, county hand-------- 140
L L nib L uple -- -- -- -- -- -- -------------- 5.55
-L eopard, Catecchee magistrate.- -- ---- 1.5
Jim Poole, .ianitor-200
.O'Dell Motor Co., supplies- ~~ ----'-- 43
A. . Stewart, miaintenanqe ,work.. - ------- 25.00
.P. S. McCollum, Magistrate.._ 8.
GC. W. Sutherland, road work--. ... .... ---- -- 5
J. 0. Stewart,* nuyntenance foreman, (:c 4.5
J. WV. Juliarn, rural police --- --- -- --- - --- 50:)0
W. L ---- - - -- -- --- r-- ------- 150.50)
R. T. Chapman, rural police ---r --- ------ 152.50
RoyJones, mavintenance foremn, dte.....- ---------. 1507.57
MNrs.'M. J. Cauley, aid to pour ~-- - -------- 30
.0. Wi.lliamis, survey Pickens-Anderson county lie- 1921
.S. Stewart, clerk of court - ~~ .27
IR. R. Roark, salary and dietin ---- -- --. 5287
Postmaster, C.O.D., truck parts ---- -- -- -- ----- 28.01
- Dr. V. V. Collins, veterinary services_50
B3. B3. LaBoon, board eunty hands.----- -- -- -- -- 10500
'T. A. Bowen, county agent, Jan., Feb., ch., Apr ----- 100.500
J. G. Freemian, lumber- p_*-- --- ------- 100.00,
BE. Watson, road wor--k- - -- -- ---- --------... 172.8:
Sam L. Bokgs, read work~---- --------------- 11.15
Q..*6. Clayton, road work ----- -- ---- - -------- 28.400
- : , . . Looper, lumber, read and bridge work -- ------- 46.1:1
J. Looper lumber and bridge work--------- 289
L. L. Day, constable work '------ ------ 55
B. F. -Watkins, rorad work- -- -- -- -- -----------... 75.0
J. E. PaAsons, road work ---- -- -- -- --------------- 81.00
. .R. Garrett, lumber and work---- __ __ -- ...... 11.07
W. L. Pressl~ey, lumber and work -_-- -- -- --_--.- 13.50
Louiq Ray, road work ---- --- I- -- ------ -- ----..-- 9.50
James Lesley road' work - --- ---- -- 1..
. S. Stephens,, road work -- -- _- -_ ---.___--.-..- 29.90
L. F. Hendricks, read work_.- -_ -_-_- -- __ _- -- 1.7.5
0. B. Clark, read work..-..- .-- -- ---- ------------ .9. 50
-. W. Garrett;' blacksmith work -- -- -- -- -------. 39.15
Henry 'Miller. road wvork ---- -- -- -- -- ------------ 3.)4
J. F. Allgood, gas and oil -- -- -- -- -- ---- --- ---.. 32.29
J. A. Cissen, road work-- -- -- -- t- -- ----- 16.00
J. B. Bolding, lumber -- -- --- -- -- -- -- ---...- 190.92
P. L. Finley, meat- -.. --- .-'--- -- --- ---- -..-----. 25.70
L. A. Drakec, road work.---- -- -_ _- .. -- -- ------ -17.00
Pickens Motor Co., suppli-es -_-- -_--- -._-_ __ . __ 48.78
Bivens and Co., su __01*-- -- -'-- -- - ---- -.-..... 167.941
Jas. L. Por-ter, road work -- ... _-_ -- _-- -_--__-_- 3.70
Pickens Lumber Co., lumber -- ---_-_ -- .------ -- 90.50i
L. S. Gallowe-y, lumber and] work.--_ -- _ _.. 4.02
Hanna Sanders, aid to poor 2 mionthis..--. -.. ---- 6.0)
Richard Gantt, road work -__- -- __ _- _-____....__. 10.00
B3. F. Alexander, road work-- --_.- _- _'._ 3.00
J. G. Lanning, bridge. work and timber ------ .---.----- 3.60
'ber --- -- - - -- -'-- -- ---.--- - 36.45
nty commnissioner-_. . -- -. 41.66
- goo . :h a road work
Dr.cW. . ng, Autopsy-...
W. F. Ray, road work......
J. L. Bivens, road -work....
P. C. J6hnson, repair work
Army Salvage Warehouse, su
Dr.,C. X. -Tripp, examining L
T. R. O'Dell, road and bridge
D. W . Roper, road and bridge
Gallion Iron Works, road plani
Roy Jones, maintenance foreni
F. R. Moon, gas..... ..... .
W. H. Chastain, lumber.... .
Alonzo Sloan, work at court I
Ivy Phone Co., phonu at poor
W. T. Bedsley, salary 3 montI
J. G. Arnold, plumbing work
N. J. Sheriff, 2 days work tea
Postmaster, C.O.D. truck ' par
J. B. Ahthony, county hand...
Homer Jones, tractor driver..
A. E. Davis, tractor viriver....
J. L. .Hunter, county hand '
W. A. *Grant, county hand...
J. 0. Stewart, maintenance f
M. R. White, county hand......
D. L. Hlud.cn, county hand.....
A. F. Stewat t, maintenance 11
Mack and Cleo Finley, tount.
Dvey Howard, aid-to p0oor 2 n
A. Hill, wC.'k at pcor farl...
Peeples Oil Co., gas and oil..
XW. L.. MathCney, lcik co. B
Pickens Biank,. note, hail distr
W. N. Lynch, 'magistrate......
Verner Jlnes', mainteiance w(
Southern Boll Tel. Co., phones
J. W. Dobson, roa d work.... ...
. Lnnie Bowcn, work at court
A. G. Gowans, work at poor I
H. A. Townvs, compiling list
J. F. Manly, vork at court hoi
B. E. Rigdon, supplies-. ..
A. E. Davis, tractor enginecr.
Roy Jones, maintenance foremna
F. R. Moon, supplies.... . ..
J. 0. Stewart, maintenance anl
J. G. Arnold, paid Simon Joii
W. C. Keith,. bridge work_...
H. R. Jones, tractor driver....
J. B. Anthony, county hand..
F. H. Stans-Il, county hand...
B. G. Nealy, road foreman.
W. B. Gaillard, county hand.
Lewis Holcombe, county hand.
S.'B. Edens, road work.
Jim Pile, janitor.....
W. A. Grant, county hand
J. L. Hunter, county hand.
Clco and Mlacjt Finley, count
W. J. Lewis, cook, etc.- _.
M.L R. White,,county, h and-_
A. Hill, wo'rk at poor farm -
J. B. Brazeale, bridge work-.
T. N. DavhlsoA, rof.d work...
E. L. Hamilton, road work...-.
BIBLE CONFERENCE
The Seventh Annual Bible Confer
cuce will convene on Thursday, Sep.
tember 7th at 11'a. in., and continu<
through the 17th. All christian mier
and women are crrestly requestc<
to p'ay for the, presence and powei
of the Holy spirit. -
. As we have formerly announced
these meetings are held for the teach.
ing of the word of God and it is for
all the people regardless of creed, our
chief aim is to reach the~ lomt and
b'uild up) christians in our churches.
J. T. 'Iaylor, Pres.
ATTENTION, D. A. R. AND U. D. C.
The mecetings of these twod patriotic
organizations scheduled for August
will be .consolidated and held on the
usual clay for the U. D. C. meeting,
second Friday, August 11, at 3:30 o'
clock, at the suburban home of Miss
Aurie Kirksey. M'ss Kirksey wvill be
assisted in entertaini-ng by Mrs.
Robert Kirksey and Mrs. Sheriff. A
joint program will be rendered and
an enjoyable occasion is anticipated.
Let every member of both organiza
tions be present.
Thirsty days bath September,
April, .June and November.
All the rest are thirsty, too,
Unless you make your own home brew
B. F. Martin, Sam B. Craig
E. M. Blythe 0. C. Keith
Greenville, S C Pickens, S C
Mariin, Blythe, Craig & Keith
LAWYERS
Pickens, South Carolina
Practiee in State and Federal Courte
Pickens Office Phone 39
J. R. Martin J. H. Earle
Greenville. S. C. Pickens, S. C,
MARTIN & EARLE
Attorneys-at- Law.
Pratice in all Courts.
Pickens Office in Court Hiouse.
Greenvile Office opposite Postofiee
G. 0. CHISTOPHIER
Attof-noy-at-Law.
Pratice in all Courts.
Offiee over Pickenr Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Dentist.
Riasonable Prices.
Masonic Bldg. Pi-nkns, . C.
Al A'
- --- -- --------- 00~
--- ---- 18.00
- 11.00
in supplies4.0
ples for ,poor farn.... 25.30
ela Cosby ..00
-- - -- - 141.50
work-------- --------0.25
r and extra:-------- 432.00
I---- --------------------7.50
-------
-- --------------- 97.92
DUSO----.------------------7.60
farm---- ------ 1.75
is-- -------------- -2.50
at court house---------804.80
- - ----- ------------ 6.00
8.78
-- -------------- -- 30.00
40.00
-- ------------ 62.50
0--- - -- -0.00
26.66
Drenan -------------:17.50
30.00
20.00
elper. ----- -- 25.00
hands---------- 15.50
ionths- -- -6.00
------------------ 291.50
1. 111nd Aain 1ae . 1-------75.00
kt ad ineres 457.50
21.75
and1( tolls._ - -- - - - 20.40
1.50
10.00
frel-ght.. - - - -52.8 2
lei--------- ----------5.00
2.05
---- -- - -- --- --- 42.34
30.00
-- -- ----------00.00
- -- -- -4 -- ---- -- 85.00
50.00
50.00
- ---- ---- -- ---- 9.02
----- :3:3.60
20.00
Y hiands-----------62.5 0
- -- - - - - --- 65.80
20.00
05.0
21.00
- - - - - - - - - - - -. --. .. 2 0 .5
TRESPASS NOTICE
We, thle urdersigned her-eby prohi
bit all persons fc--- unting, fishing
cutting timber oi- tresp)assing in any
manner upon our lands, under ful
ponalty (;f the law.
R. P. Tho .7.
L. P. Thomas
Jessie Thomas
J. P. Tho .n0s
.of auto '---- -- -- h--.. to .50
-- - -- - --- ---- B ow 2.5
nPtc.-- - I-A- --....- 1E 67
--T-h-- Gr------l D---- 1.50 ..dT
Pfr e!'ght....-- on--- -..r ea 2.82 th
i ce-- -- lt N_ w....._- .. _.0
-- T- - - ----en -......l and t0e At
l-- -ta- T-eel Constitution.34
--a eac -- ----- ...-. 30 0
LO OK------ -.-. 00
--- '- PR-'---.. 50
the -Th-.-. .... a50.0
Ho b -Hen - ---- 00
y ans--.- ---. have gone50
dise. -. ...-- 1.6
bit ll prson fro luntinum fili
cutigtibe r repSS nan
dri and ,3rs. W. O'Dell, together
with Mr. tid Mrs T.. . O'eil and
daughter'setpIe, motgraBd to' Cannon,
Ga., recently where hey visited tkie
fermer's s"ter, Mrs. B. H. Burton.
BenjaA"in and Hattie Boon Robert
son of Cleanson, re spending th's
\veek with their unIM's fanilly, Mr.
P. C. Robertson of RS.
Mirs. W. R. Stewa't and two little
daughters, Eileen afid Clara Lee, at
tended the J. E. Gillespie reunion of 1
August 4th.
C. E. lr'sh and-family are visiting
w-th relatives at Jacksop and other I
points of lower Carolina. ' I I
Mrs. Garvin Hynnicutt and l'ttle
daughter, Carolyn, are visiting rela
tives in Piekens.
Mr. and Airs. J. 13. KeIley an' littl? i
(aughter, May Bess, hae returned
from a rieasant sojourn in the "Lt ad
of the Sky."
Mis. it. euthi n er i!iekory. N.
C., -s visiting with the family of MIrs. 1
Susie Prlso;"ns. V
Mrins. Oin alauldin ->nd sclis hav e
retulnled fron ,i vi stt Id isit with
10ILtivs i"i, A Six AN! u;.;
AEstis Laurik Harris-,l is vising in f
Atlanta. f
Mr. an11d Mrs. E-:d. Hutcdhils and i
little daught ir Ca are v iig theil
Iatheis fniauly, Ml1r. C. E. I lutchils..
. is i vlla .ele MlcC.nnell. of Mar. r
rietta, . viSiting her aunt, Miss E'na t
At tawavy.
Ir. Re4mb rt, of Ridgeway, is visit- I
inr hit r. siu ter., MrIs. E. W. Mason. i
Albs. J.- C. Hunter delig.htfully' on- 1
tertained the youngeI set at her home "
oil last Tmsday evenling. t
AlMr. and. Mrs. E. W. Avinger of
Vance, S. C., were wcek-end visitors 1
at the hole of the latter'A brother, 1
J. F. Hanister.
Mrs. W. A. Sheldon 'and son Eu- I
ene, together witli Mrs. Garnett I
Sheldion. are spen(lng a fortnight at I
Moentreat.
Mr, and Mrs. W. B. Glenn are leav
'ing tcday for the mountains of North
Carolina.
Mr. T. W. Parsons and family, of 1
Arcadia, Fla., are at the home of his
father, Mr. W. S. Parsons. -
Misg. Eula Barton of Greenville,
recuntly visited Miss Pett Chapman.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jett and famn
ily of Ch'arlotte, are -at the Brown
House.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hubhard of
ncar Seneca. are visiting w%:th rel
atives ill town.
Miss Sallie Mae Chamblin is visit
in. in Easley.
Misses. Caroline and Unita Brock
<f C ntral, are v"'sitiniP lit. the home
cf their uncle, Mr. Ki Shirley.
Mrs. W. Al. - Long and children,
Myra Tincie and William Jr., have
retnrned from a visit with relativesi
at Bciton.
CENTIAL. LOCAL ITEMS ,
The prctrac ted meeting, at the
First Baptist church is progressing
Iict ly. There have been several ad
ditions to the church and we under
stadtl the meeting will continue this I
'T'he Mlqthodist Sunday School wV1i1
move from the school house into the
new church next Sunday. The Metli
odist congregation has been worship
ing in the school house for some time,
vmrd it will be a source of delight to
them to move inlto the new chur'eh for
Sabhath school next Sgnday..
thsweek assisting in a protractedi
mecting at the Methodist church.
Rev'. and MrIjs. Roswell Long, of
Gastona, N. C., are visiting Mrs.
Long's parents here, Mr'. and Mrs. M.
LI. Martin. Rev. Mr. Lon.g is pastor
of the Presbyterian chureh at Gas.. T
tonia.V
Miss Annie Be'le Wor'ley i" v'isit- y.
ing her parents at Greenville this
TeIssaqueena MIill Co., is build.. t
AT THIS
lna Mill has bough
lerson Co. at Central
~ss under the name of
same buldings.
-ust 1st 1922, we will change t<
ore being required to pay Casi
ken for anyone.
er our large stock of goods ai
sold in Central since the war
e on saving each <
eents on 'each dolla
only the very best
ecks will always 1e the samre a:
)UEENA MILL Si
J. W. Parrott, Manager,
Ing v
main pip6,
Mrs. Ha a
Fitzgefald 4
largraves!, U4.r
ment Kelley.
Mr. W. E. H
fined to his hom
with fever, Is improving et -,
light of his many rdue
Messrs. J. C. Medrith ,ii4 d
Mauldin of thi1 place. ha ee
at the home of Prof. G.
u;lding a house.
Don't forget the P*ke do
tordenon'ina ionaI S. S. ,Con6,
it Lawrence's chapel, which w
ield' August 13th, beginning at \1
>'clock. All S. S. workers of
'enominations are urged to be there.'
k pregrahi of the convention appearsi
n this weeks paper.
SIX MILE SCHOOL NEWS. 7
The Six Mile Academy aniT ~the
"I'lic school in the same building
itl open Sep. 4. The outlook' for
hie Academy is very &icourgng.
heinew priinci'pal, Dr..J. H. Mitchell,
I receviip hearty support from the
riends of the school, a"d ieels con
dlent that the school will be increas.
lly successful.
A new piano wll h- n<Me to .the
iuswic department, thus makinr it
.SSiblo for morre boardint; pupils to
nke music.
A water and sewerage planr. will
-ribl,1y be in e-ntration by the open
nr cf the school. Thhis will add
Il'eti to the comort and convenience
f the school as well at to the san-ta.
'oil.
Tl's tev-'hor-s in the Acarleniv will
e, in s'dition to the princiral, Mr.
k. E. Tibbs. English: Mrs. Sallie Mre
Lewart, listory: Miss Viola Trnordoin,
Tnthenities: MMu H-ln Prince,
,atin., Thews toaeberb will hav other
verk in twd(Vtio to tlsoe main sub
c'.ts. The rrinr'inal will have all the
.10hl0 clasres.
T)-e ')uI' ' s-hool i npher- will ho
STisv Ma Dixon. nrimarv: Miss An.
lip' Gibon. socrnld n),,dI third 'rTl'i -
\i i n"i. I<'v1'. fourt h and fifth;
%liss Ether Whcelor, sixth and sev
'nth.
GCNE TO 1FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Davis left last
\<.niday m:rn'.". Juv 81, to make
hcir. hi;mce in I 6esburMIT, Fla. Mr.
ad Mirs. Davis -ifier an extended
rida1 t-ur in the north spent a few
Iays with her mother Mrs. Lillie Par..
ens hefe re kaving foi the "Land of
l'lowers.''
M-s. Davis, forenriy Miss Gladys
Ivrs-onsi. finished Grvenville Womans
o(Illegc in 1921. She is to he' con
or..lded foi the exelleiit record which
-he nmade the Tour vi-ars'while there.
She held mnyn 'iynsjble and lhon
wrary positions among the G. W.
c. girls. 'Two I ere vice president
f the Studevnt (;(,( vnmeiit As'ocia
tion end vice president of the Aleth
ekn Literary Srdety.
La t year Mrs. D)-s was a faith
ful teachexr in. the h igh school de
; arftment h .r l, IN. city. Slhc is a
teicher that is loved by her pupilsi
Ind patrons.
"Her ways are true,
IH conducli l11t liamiieless.
Her friendship lasting."
We regret to s:ee Mrs. Davis leave
:ur' city, but in tne meantime we
onaratulate-the~ Leesburg people1 on
0Oceiving such a womanly character
n their idcst. A Friend.
HOME COMING D)AY AT TABlOR
The annual home comning (lay ar,
'abor church, 3 miles east of Pickens
'ill take place Abgust 12th. All
'ho attended school there in by gone
nys are irnvited to come and bring
heir relativ'es and friends.
CASH
ON
t the stock of
i[and ,will con
'the Issaqueena
:> a strictly Cash basis,
'i for their goods and
id marked everything
mUstomer fr'om
tr spent with ;
of merchan
3 cash at both stores.
'ORE

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