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- ,N 5P6lW'sORS REPORI0
and rder- paid byPickes ounity
MAY
-- -- -- -- -- ----.--- $34169
e . - -- - - --- 9.43
I parts for Ford truck-------- 133.62
f Probate, etc---- -------- 34.39
Dr. P. E. Woodruit, %uuun-Ly Physician---- ------ -- ,-50.00
Hanna Sanders, aid to poor ---- _- -- -- -------- -- 3.00
Chas. Herd, aid to poor,2 months---- ---------- - 6.00
W. P. Blackwell, certified copies Acts 1922---- -- ---- 8.42
W. D. Sitton, difference in mule trade, etc---- ------- 260.75
)). L. Hudsion, county hand------ -- -- -- ------ '20.00
J. W. Julian, rural policeman---- ---- ------ -- 149.00
Freight and Express ------ -- -- -- -- -- ----------- 5.68
R. T. Chapman, rural pol'ceman ---------------- 149.00
J. 0. Stewart, maintenance - 9.00
G. N. Garrett, constable work ------ -- -- -- ------ 5
B. S. Stephens-, road and bridge work --------- 9.05
L. S. Edens, magistrate and road work--------------- 16.00
T. B. Burns, constable---- ---- ----------- -- ---- 2.70
B. B. LaBoon, constable---- -- - -- - -------------- 14.30
J. F. Gilstrap, road work---- -- -- -- -- ----------- 3.00
W. H. Williams, road work-- ---- - -- ------------ 2.25
J. A. McCall, road work---------------------- -- 14.40
F. L. Burgeos, road and bridge work---- --------.- 16.40
J, .S. Foftner, lumber and work---------- -- -- -- 7.78
J. j.. Looper, lumber---- ,-------- 90.00
J. R. Black, constable work-- --------- ------ ------- 9.50
R. E. Childress, lumber- --- ------ -- 27.70
J. F. Lesley, county commissioner------ ------ ---- -- 41.6"
Bivens & Co., supplies .- '..- --- - ------------ 12.45
J. W. Garrett, blacksmith work---- --------------- 22.00
L. L. Day, constable---- -- -- --- -- ---------- 41.60
Cleo Finley, lumber---------------------------- 27.60
tKeowee Pharmacy, supplies-- ......
.. B. O'Dell, constablei work.-.- 3.10
POstllaster, C. 0. D. Yancy Bros. ----- -------- ---- .034
Pickens Lumber Co-., %upplies---- -------------- 26.36
W. J. Smith, supplies-- ~
Folgeil & Hendricks, supplies ~~-- - -- -------- 3.05
Morris & Co., supplies-- ~---------------- 623.40
Pickens Drug Co., supplies ------ -------------- ---- 367.55
J. G. Arnold, on plumbing contract---- ----- ----- -- 25.00
H. H. Lynch, bridge work -------- ------ ------ --- 3.00
B. E. Ridgon, supplies ----- ---- -- -- ---------- 1.50
Will Freeman, road work~-~-- --------------.. 2.25
S. H. Brown, lumber and work----- --6------------ 2.06
J. G. Arnold, on plumbing contract ---- -- ---- ---- 30.00
Commercial Bank, draft for feetl- ----- --.205.50
J. G. Arnold, on plumbing contract---- -- ---------- 10.00
J. W. Holliday, magistrate ---- -- -- 5-------- 18.75
J. G. Arnold, on plumbing contract'--------- -------- 100.00
A. W. Tanner, Wad work - ---------------- 15.50
Mrs. M. J. Cauley, aid to p)oor-- 3----------- ------- 5.00
Texas Co., oils ---- -- --------- -- -------- ------- 192.97
J. M. Jameson, magistrate- -------------------- 127.46
W. E. Hunt, road work ---- ------------------ -- 17.25
A. Hill, work at pocr far -- ------------- ---- 12.00
Homer Jcnus, county ha.00
A. E. Davis, engineer ------ ---- ---- -- ----------.- 62.50
A. F. Stewart, maintenance-- -------------------- 25.00
J. L. Hunter, county hand------ -- -------- 20.00
J. 0. Stewart, salary, etc-- ----------------- 055.50
Henry Wardlaw, County hand~.- -- -- 7--- -- ---------- 27.50
Mach- Findley, county hand ---- -- --------------735.00
Pay Roll road c.rew- -- ----------------.00
1. W. Garrison, maintenance work---- -- ---- ---- 61.75
Roy Jones, salary and helpers---- -------------- 89.50
D. A. Lubricant Co., grease---- -- -_-.-- 92.73
Peoples Oil Co., gasoline, etc__----_ -----------360.9.1
D. L. Hudson, county hand---- -- -- -- -- _- ------ 20.00
A. S. Porter. magistrate-- -- -- -- -- -- ----- -------- 100.00
"!Pickens Sentinel, printing_ - _- -_ --------- 89.00
J. F. Allgood, supplies --7----------------------- 7.40
1. I. Clinkscales, road work-- -------------- 24.00
A. B. Childress, road work-- ------------------- 23.85
ibing contract---- -----------..-15.00
rence in mule trade--------... 35.00
(I work-- -- -- -- -- -- ------ 15.16
ha:'d-...._-_-...-..--- .--_-_-_-__-_30,00
- c~ .------ ..--.._ -5.40
>ing contract-- ---- --- -----....-....100.00
ber.---------_. ----_-- _ .___...280.34
Dlillie ROpct1. aid to pCoor--------- -- -------- --------------.00
J. 0. Stcwart, on alar'y_.-.-------.. - -_--__--.......-5.00
F're'ght---_---__------__-__-____--_----..__---_...-47.33
E. L. & G. B3. Hlamilton, codlin for piane-- ------ - 0
J. A. Robir.sen, piping..-_----------- ______-__----1.00
Suppl----._.._.-..--.._--....---_----___.---__
J. M. Il!udson, r(oad work----- -- --------- ----------- G5
J. G. A rnob.l, hbalance enurt hocuse and jani! plumbing..... -10408.42
Cahllivr~n 11en Work:s, road planer ami rcopairs---..---........532.:0
Wmi. D). Nceve .-, plans co1urt houl! e and j:l plumubin.... 50.00
N.J. SherifY, suppllies----....--.. ----- _..._----29.95
31. R. White, county hand_-----.....-.._...._.--.._..--.00
13. G. Ne aly, era nty fmeman------..--..-_-- ....--5.00
A. .~ Davis, e<.untyV enineer.---------.---- .--....62.50
J. L4. Srnders, constable werk_-_--..----------..31.85
E. D. Chastain, lumber-..---------- ---_-_---_._._..__18.00
J. [I. Earle, lumber---__---_------_-.------------.---50.00
Sami Hlij. wcrk at p)oor fa'rm.__..-----------------12.50
Pay Roll roadc work----------- ------------..--...-....197.00
A. Nealy, constable work--.---------...-.-.----28.50
L. Mathmney, Clerk Co. Board and Maintenance,
April andl~ May-----...--- ---------...-....--150.00
ry Wardlaw, county hand--- ------------.-....27.50
k Finley, county hand-_---------- .. . . -..--....--35.00
1Christopher, salary and postage---- ------.....---100.70
JUNE
Peoples Oil Co., gaseline, ete.--- ----------..354.17
J. B. Anthony, county hand-----..-.------.---....---30.00
R. T. Chapman, rural policeman------.---------..15.5)
Mrs. M. J. Caulcy, aid to poor...--..-..-------.-----3.00)
Jim Pcole, janitor.--------------.--...--............80.00
Roy Joncs, maintenance foreman and help.----_----...- 4.15
Dr. P. E. Wo'lruit, county phyrician-.-----------......... .0
WV. PDi Gailard, county hand.---....-------- 50.00
J.W. Julian, rurrl i eiceman...-----.-.....-- ......--10.50
LeCwis H-olcombe, ecunty handl-......---..--...-........50.00
J. O. Stewvart, maint nacne forema'n and~ hcip---__...----86.86
M.. R. White, county h.and.. il . ...... ..._------ - ......-- :;.
1). L. Hudlson, county handL...-- .. . ...---.........20.00
Homer Jcnts, county hand an]i rea ] work...-...-,....-...45.50
L. TI. ,Jones, co'.: Nealy cap.. ..- ....-...-.. . 4.90
4. L. Hunter, coun ty hand. .- -.. ... - .. ...- ... ...... 20.00
P. HI. Str usell, count y br:.nd .- - - - .........60.00
Dri. V. -V. Ccilins, veter na-:y rsrvice .- .......- ...- ... 7.50
W . D. SiLt'on, feed--_-_-....--. ..--..--.._.___-. 8:.85
WV. J1. Lewis, ecok and~ earh.i aid out - .~ -.... .. .. -- 72.87
8. 11. Brown, boord registretion.... .. . ..._... ....-- - - 25.00
AIrs Jane Edens, aid to poo0! .. ..---------- --... 3.00
D. A. Gistrap, bridge work........-....-........ ---. ... --.. 2.00
A. F. Stewar't, coiuty mintenance . - -- -..----2.00
0'Dell Motor Co., gas etc.,.-.......- ...- ..- ...-- ........----.. 13.83
J. A. Finley, county commissioner..--------........--...._41.61
Water at court house and jail--....-... --...-...-.---........6.00
D). C. Garre tt, supplies....---... -_--..- .......--- ........--21.10
TV. Ii Craig, road work_..---.... --...----............-......-10.00
9 G~urham', blacksmith work-.....-......-...---....--9.50
.'elborn, supplies---.... -----------.....-.. . .... --142
ounblodsupplies...--............----... ......--..14.0
nton, road work-.....-...-...----...-..-..-...-.. 7.30
of Tabli by Mr. J.. Wyatt,
Sread by Mrs. James P. Carey, Jr.
Mrs. T. J. Mauldin told about a
wonderful pienic in 183 when her
grandfather, Mr. Ben Hhgood, had
Gov.. Alston to spoak aid hadsalutes
fired from a cannon which he had
placed on this great mountain.
The Kirkseys n'ow own most ef
Table Rock and it was very interest
ing 'to' hear them tell about their
great grandfather building the steps
which clanbed its side.
The last thing on the -ogram was
the recitation of "Carolina" by little
Miss Pauline Kirksey, who waved the
South Carolina flag as she spoke in
a most beautiful manner.
Last but not least came the re
freshments. Each plate held two
large slices of splendid cake and a
big saoucer of perfectly delightfut
cream. Cider was served from a
punch bowl on one, corner of the
piazza and the drivers filled up\ all
empty places, after being served with
cake -and cream, with watermelons
and apples.
The visitiAg members present be
side the mcn-mbers of the organizations
were: Mirs. W. S. Donaldson, Wash
ington, D. C.; Mrs. John Douane,
Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Starr,
Atlanta, Ga. Mrs. Charlie Martin
was a new D. A. R. Everyone was
enthusiastic about this trip and will
not *soon forget the "good time" they
had among the foot hills in this love
ly place.
VISITED TABLE ROCK
A pleasant outing in Table Rock
Cove, last Saturday August 12, was
enjoyed by the following.
Mrs. Walter Boggs of Liberty and
her six children, Mrs. P. A. AttawaY,
Amber, Frances, Euni-co, Ford and
Paul; Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Allen of
Rock Hill and their two chuidren,
Christine and Raymond; Mr. and Mrs.
F. G. Allgood and two sons Frunk B.
and Rogers of Clemson College, Lea
gue and Mary Ellen Moon of Pickens.
work-- -- ------ ----... 13.50
C---- -- -- ..--.- -. - .. 10.00
-ork--- ------ ------ -1.00
- -- ---------- 44.40
- -- --- . 12.50
-n tolls.------- 181.80
rent and tolls--..---.- 27.20
:>ad work--- .- -- ---- 105.60
---- -- -- -- 8 .60
-- -- -- -- -- - - .7.00
-- -- -- -- ---- ---- 21.30
>rk---- -. . _- - .- ._ 11.811
--k-- ---- -------- 55,1
55.47
41.99
119.42
ner------ ---- --------
*------ 11.54
---- -- -- --- ---- 24.00
s.-Andcir'on ecunty line__ 304. 0
- - - -- -- - - -. -.. -.. 13.25
11(d out-----..-----....-.--..58.12
- ---- - 115.50
------- -----.. - -1 .15
.-A-pri-..--.-- --1. :.0
ilAnd May.------...---- 632
', -- -- - --- ---.. . - 80
at court h.:e_..-...--....109.45
-- -- -20.00
---------------.--- 20.00
-- - -- -- .- . -.. -.- 1.75
work---------....--....25.00
rk-------.----......--37.50
--- ..- -- - .. ........ 200.00
work, etc-_--..--....-...52.87
- .... ---- 1.75
ice in mule trade.--.......-175.00)
e work--...--- --.....----10.00
ants---- ----....-...---..11.25
-- - --- - . .... . . .-- 12.50
10----- ------------54.00
tic----....-_..--.......-9.50
A pril an~d May-.....-..---109.00
ri m.nd Mry- . __-_._..152.75
I. May. Junie_..-.-..........450.00)
00 bendr Jan. I to July 1 (,250.00
o nt and! toll, Jur;c...... 19.90
- - l(- ------ -----.----- .... 3.
1pp ie ..... .. ...23.75' '
-------------...... 112.00'
p'aician. JTune....--.......50.f
i'd andl \1 antenanae, Junie 75.0'3
1921 to 'July 1, 1922-.... 100.00
1c--.-- ...------..----40.28
--....-....20.05
..-...- - -- ------............ 30.00)
.. .... .. ...391.26
.... - ... - . .. ......... 50.00
uck, etc....- - -- ............. 34.50
... ... .. - - ... ...... .... 2.15
- ... .. .- ........... 78(3.00
11-_---_-------- 6.'11
U.- D. -.D A. R MEETING
Most Enjoyable Time, At The Crk
soy Home Last Week.
On Friday of last week a meeting
of unusual i'nterest was held at the
Kirksey hotne seven miles northwest
of Pickens by the-Pickens D. A. R
and U. D. C. It was attended by a
large delegation of women.
The minutes o4 each chapter was
read and adopted consecutively.
Mrs. Vesta McFall as historian for
the U.. D. p3. urged all to remember
the relic roon in the court house.
These women want all our people to
help i-n this room. If there are any
relics give or lend them. She also
said that this chapter (luring the
Past year had filed twenty records of
Confederate soldiers in our Confed
federte room at Columbia, being
second in the state in that respect.
Mrs. T. J. Mauldin has recently
made a visit to Tamassee and was
delighted at the wonderful progress
being made there.
She is very proud of what the Ft.
Prince George chapter has done for
the .school, and she also told of many
great gifts to this work. New York
ki to have a building there-an ex
punditure of $10,000-and the outlook
for another year is very bright in
deed.
Pickens has a scholarshi-p in this
school which as yet has no name.
Mrs. Middleton Hester was granted
a demit from the U. D. C. to join the
one in Greenville.
The secretary was instructed to
v:rite a letter of sympathy to Mrs.
W. E. Edens, Jr., who is in the Green
ville city hospital.
A lovely part of the historical pro
gram was that the papers were all
original. The first being "The Pal
metto Regiment," written by Mrs.
Bessie Smith of Liberty aind read by
Mrs. Douglas Young; "South Caro
lina Heroes," Mrs. Wayne Mauldin:
"Early. Churches in Pickens District,"
Mrs. Frank McFall, and "A Hi-story
Lurie E. Ray, road and bridgc
M. V. Ray, road and bridge wor
R. M. Lusk, road and bridge v
R. E. Chidress, lumber....
B. S. Stephens, work..... -...
C. M. Steele, lumber...... ...
Sou. Bell Telephone Cc., phone
I. A. Whitmire, supplies and r
L. L. Day, constable work__
F. L. Burgess, road work_-.
B. B. LaBocn, constable worl
T. S. Samninciis, lumber and w
Fclger & Hendricks, supplies__
). A. Lubri--ant Cc., g ease..
Divelns & Co.. spi s ..
A. C. G ie.veLy, suppes...
J. F. Lcsley, county commissi
John S. Roper, road wrk.. -
J. W. Garrett, blacksmish wor
F. A'. O'Dell. -.rr-(yingr Pikeii
Pickens M.4c:or Cc., su-plk ...
.Mcrr'is & Cc., suppllies......
F ickens Lumber Co., lumbcr...
WV. A.. Grant, cock and cash p
Pay Rc! Nealy camp.
A. illl, work at poor farm.
J. F. Cason', re:id we~
W. J. Smith, supp;lk~
G. L. G~le ~.pieI' Nceksn'ih ..
TIexas Co.. (25----s.
Te'xas (o., tils. maiitenane
Api a Machi J ne Co.,n hd -
H. U. Uin.:hk, ala d wnlorkti
A. D. Jans, mennce
hey Jones, 'mainenand et
Hck eiJne.y, ctounty hand.
R. R. Aror, salarybing wrki
J. T. Mevi, enadnwor....... ..
J. S. Hter, couatyhn et. p
J)ack Hunley, cunty hand... .
J.d. SeArnl, pbuidg ork
W. H. Durham, maintenance
J. 0. Stewart, maintenance wc
L. WV. Hill, pair Kules.... .
F. H. Clinkscales, maintenance
WV. M. Gunter, supplies... . .
-D. G. & Thomas O'Dell, differe,
J. L,. Thompson, road and bridg
Freight andl Express.........
National Supply Co., disinfect
L. S. Galloway, magistrate.......
0. T. Hintoni, treasurer, etc., Ju
OJ. T. H-into'n, trcasurer, etc.,
H-. A. Tfownces, auditor, e tr., Ap
F.. V. Clayton, Supt. Ed.. Apr'
Pickens Ban~k, intc t ron 8250,(
Sou. Bell Tele1,ht ne Cc., phone
S. B. E'den0, roadit worek....
.National Supply Ct ., < tfito s
A. Hill. wvork at poor~ farm...
B. G. Nealey, fer man
Pay Rcll, Guy Nc:1:y er'""p.
-IT. A. Bcwt n, count~y age-nt, Ma
WV. L. Pinicr, road w2 k....
5 T1. J. lH yes, co..abe wor...
Dr. P. E. Woodruff, county p1
W. L. Matheneyv, Clerk Co. Bo:1
F. .V. Clay.ton, expess July 1
3. C. Jennings, conveying lunat
Jury and Wtness Foos.. ..
Jimi Poole, ianitor....... .'_ .
Peoples Oil Co., oils etc.... ..
W. B. Gaillard, count-y hand.
Pe~ndlo~ton Auto Co., tire for ir
H. P. Sittor. Jr. supplies.........
Interest on R R coupons .. ..
Roy Jones. mainternance nay r(
CENTRAL NN 1TEnM
Miss Laura Maw, Yho hai-been
for several weeks, passed away I
Tuesday. She and her brother H<
ry Maw, lived jogether. She vi
born January 22nd, 1840, died Ai
8th, 1922. Sb -as one of a fain
of 15 children, ly two of whom s
vive her, one sister Mrs. Martha J
nuld, and Henry May. She was lov
by all who knew her. She jQgned b
Zion Methodist church at the age
16 and has beeit a consistent ne
ber ever She is gone but wi
many she will still live.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Guy spent t]
week end in the mountains of Weste
North Carolina.
The Sunday School Convention
Pickens county which met at Lai
rence Chapel last Sundry was a su
cess. The house was full all dI
The speakers were Rcv'. J. W. Gi
of Central, Prof. W. S. Morrison I
Clemson Cellege, Geo. R. Koester I
Greenville and Miss Jane Alvers(
of Spartanburg. The addresses wei
fine. Liberty won the banner atte1
dance. The officers for the next yej
are L. L. Leopard, P '*denIt; Jas. .
Lawrence, scety and troea. The di
trict presidents are W. A. Mathev
No. 1.. Roy P. Smith No 2, J.
Gaines.No. 3, Lesley Morgan No.
Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Folger le
Saturday on No. 30 for New YO1
City, their home, after spending son
time here.
Dr. L. G. Clayton returned fro
the mountains last week where 1
has attended an institute for t
weeks.
The Method'-st S. S. was held in t
new church last 'Sunday. A lar
number were present.
LIVE LIBERTY LOCALS
Miss Ida Lou Hunter, of Libel
fland Miss Nora Wyatt of Easley, I
cently visited at Starr, guests of M
Marie Herron.
Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Knox, M
W A. Sheldn and son Gene, a
Mrs. Garrett Sheldon and little le
ghter, Sara, Mrs. John T. Boggs,
A'. Boggs, and daughter, Miss Loni
and Mir. mnd Mrs' W. B. Glenn a
baby daughter Margaret, are enijc
ing *a stay at Montreat.
William Burty of Greenville recei
ly visited at the home of 0. F. Bog!
D. H. Kennenore acconpan-ed 'I
Sunday school class of young m1I
upon a pienic to Saluda dam a
Stone's Lake, last Wednesday. 'T
corresponding class of young womn
4)
Finest CQ
T1oui ng Car, laii..
T'ng~ Car, self-stater.
Touring Car, self-starter an
. Roadster, plain.
. Roadster, self-starter-.... .
S Roadster, self-starter and d
* Chassis, !)lain_.. .. .._.
Chassis, self-starter.
Chassis, self-starteir and dlem
Coupe......
* Sedan.....
ruck, plain . . .
4> Truck, se'lf-star'ter.
Lincoln, the finest car bui
H. P. S
. Authorizcd l'c
* Picke
Arthur Sheriff, aneman.
dellghttun b9
ture sportf Y
Dst D. H. Kennent and P
acted as chaperohes.
as Misses Grace lad Florlne Loge
1g. cently visited in Pridletoi'a guen
il of Miss Mae Simpson
ar- Rev. J. C. Bailey, of "6k 1Hill, W0
'r- shaking hand. with friends here; one
ed day it. ' week. A hearty, welcome
It ever anaits Rv. Bailey a6 -4berty,
Of where he was the bel9ved pabtor 'of
n- the Presbyterian chu'ch for: elevtn
th years. -
R. A. Boven and daughter, Miss
le Florence, and little grand daughtcr,
n Elizabuth Bolding, of Pickens :re
spe:-ding a few days with his daugh
ter, Mrs. J. F. Banister.
Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Smith recently
entertnined at dinner their friends of
' Greenville camp hospital, 1'a. and
" Mrs. Thornton and their lovely chil
dren four.
Mesdames R. L. Sanders of Ninety
Ex and J. P3. Philips of Greenwood,
together with their sister here, Mrs.
A. L. Johnson, recently spent a few
days at Waynesville and other points
of the Blue. Ridge.
Mrs. J. R. Shelor and little dqugh
ter, Marion of tiecrson, are visiting
3 rolatives herc
rt Misses Louise Beggs, of Calhoun
'k and Lloyd and Cleo Knox of Seneca,
ke were recent guests of Miss Claudia
Kennemore, who complinentarily en
m tertained at a spend the day party
le for a/nuniber of the younger set.
1o The Mothers' Club, recently organ
ized here, with Mrs. W. W. Daven
ric port as president, held their first
Ie regular meeting on last Thursday.
Story hour for the children on Wed
neoday afternoon )f each week, con
ducted by the different members, fea
tures one p-hase of chis organization's
ty work.
-e- Misses Marie Smith and Valeria
as PcsCV were week-end vitors in
Grcenville as guests of Miss Kather
rs. ine Parkins.
nd A series (f revival meetings will
i. begin at the First Baptist church on
NI. next Sunday nioruing, Rev. P. M.
:n, Pailes of Grer coming to assist :in
nd this work.
Y- )r. and Mrs. W. M. Long and chil.
dren, Geo. H1. Reeves and faiiiily, Mr.
it- nd Mrs. Holbert Bryant and daugh
. ts, Misses Jeanett and Ccleste, at
n15 tended services at Pisgah on Sunday
eni last. Rev. E. C. Watson, the pastor,
nld baptized soie twenty-four into the
he membership of this church upon this
011 occasionl.
PERSALnCAR
ri In America
--- -----------------.-- 400.71
I demountable rimis--- -- ...610.'71
- --- --- -------387.85
-- - ------ --- - - 460.55
mountable rims----. --. . 490.36
- ----------31.64
- ------ -------.423.32
ountable, rims,-- ---.... --448.2
----- ---- ------------- -- .1
-------- ----- ----- -574.17 .
t, $3800) f. . b. Detroit.
ITTON, Jr.
rd anid LA ne. h D~ealer.
In8, S. C.

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