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, b4ND JURY PLE8NMENT
oTo , T . Rease, Presiding
o mtthis, our final re
all bills handed
- We have exam
-., )t by the county
+- .a neatly kept and
;sort of the rural
poltco and attach same hereto. We
wish to commend them 'for their
faithful service.
We have visited the county chain
gang and find' it in good condition.
The prisioners and live stock are
well cared for 'and the camp and
cages are in a sanitary condition. ,
We have also visited the county
jail and find that the prisoners are
well cared for and that The jail is in
eanitary condition. We recommend
an additional ward be provided
women.
'Nei have visited the schools
oughout the county and find great
improvement in all of them. - The
buildings are -adequate and are in
good condition..
We recommend that our legislat
nest Glasses Relieve Eyestrain
D)r. Glymph of Anderson, S. C.
The Old Reliable
EYESIGHT SPFCIALIST'
Will Be
-.OVER KEOWEE PHARMACY
Pickens, S. C.
One Day Only, Thursday, Oct. 12th.
HUNTER'S PHARMACY
+ Liberty, S. C.
One Day Only, Friday, October 13th.
'Take care of your children's eyes
Us well as your own. Don't allow
your child to attend school with de
xectve vision.
Examination Free, Satisfaction
Guaranteed.
] Beginning
miss. Our fal
them thiat you
ting out.
GINGIhAMS
One lot of apron and a few
ns of dress ginghams tha'twe
Iduring the sale at
12 1-2c.
PERCALAES
One lot of percales in asso
t-olors and lovely dress paStterns
yc pay up .to 220e for
12 1-2c.
4 F~EVERFASTl $UITING
All colors to select from and
samec that you pay 50e yard for
be in sale a; .
40e
ive delegation appropriate a. suitable
amount for the purpose of moving
the inmates of the county home and
erecting suitable buildings for them
on the lot adjacent 'to the jounty
jail, in accordance with fn act pass
ed by the Last session oft the State
Legislatur'e.
We recontnend that the proper
fficers dlliggntly...enforce the laws
relating to the speed of automobiles
and using cut' outs on cars on the
public highways.
In view of the coigested docket,
we recommend that our legislative
delegation investigate the adivisabil
ity of organizing a county court for
Pickens county.
- We endorse the words of His Honor,
T. S. Sease, in his charge to the. grand
jury, relating to a strict enforcement
of all laws and that those guilty of
breaking the laws be given sentences
severe enough to act as a deterrent
to crime.
We wish to thank His Ioncr and
officers of -the court for their cour
tes.es and beg to be excused for this
ternr of court.
Respectfully submitted,
C. H. Carpenter, Foreman.
Pickens, Sent. 26th.
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
On Sunday, September 24, 1922, a
birthday celebraton .was hcid at the
beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. B.
E. Rigdon. it was the seventy-fifth
birthday of Mis. Simmons, the mother
of Mrs. Rigdon. Her six children all
being present with quite a number of
grand children and many otherc' rela
tives and friends there being about
150 present. It was ~ n enjoyable oc
casion for all. We hope Mrs. % Sim
mons will live to see many more
such birthdays. Singing and conver
sation passed off the time until about
one o'clock when a bountiTul dinner
was spread on the long back porch.
After dinner was over the congrega
tion assembled on and arcund the
front poarch where Rev. A. M. Sim
mens plreLtcle( an ihstructive sermon.
About four o'clock the people Megan
to- sererate for tiier homes. May
God's richest blessings rest on this
mother illd all 1-sent.
One Present.
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
The 74th birthday of Mrs. Wooten
(formerly khiown as Mrs. Wash Bold
ing) came en Monday, S pt. 25. She
resides with her son Julius Bolding, .
pro.ipcrous farmer of the Praters
Creek section. They plonned a sur
alilSa
Friday morning, C
1 goods are now in
will be glad to pay
SALE STARTS
FREE
pat- ' During the cigh
merchandise or o
wvill
to spend it all al
-sugar is yours.
BOYSSH1
---- Boys heavy weight wq
sizes from 12 to 6 regula
at
rtedl $2.48
that It :& imnpossibl
find our stock coi
all wool French
eve r hand in steek.
prise dinnezL or$ her thts year, so
about the middle of the morning, tht
hum of cars could be 'ward app'roach
ing. Soon the spacious house and
beautiful yards were tilled, with the
friends and relatives of the family, til,
nearly three hundt'ed persons were
present.
' The morning was spent -iI song
and ipleasant conversatiol.
Near the noon }iour, the mein made
an improvised table about a hundred
feet long, next their wives appeared
'and spread a feast that would eclipse
an association or an all day singing
spread. ,
Rev. W. C. Seaborn was present
and prayed earnestly fi a continuan
ce of the present peace and prosperity
of this commnr.lity. After' all were
satisfied nearly half the food remain
ed untouched, some of which several
ladies packed to seit to the sick in
the neighborhood.
After ,dinner mere time was spent
'n conlversation and song. Several
'sele:tions were sung from "The
Christain Harmony." To cap the
,elimax, Walter Bolding carpe in the
afternc,3n to announce the Birth of a
great grand-son of this pioneer lady.
After more good wishes and fare
n olls, all (spersed to their homes.
CURETON ELECTED CAPTAIN
At a recent meeting of the last
year's cross country team, Charlie
Cureton, of Piekens, S. C., was un
animously cleated captain of the team
for the ensuing year.
Curetn 'has been seen continuously
S ADMSSION
50y
4/
Ice'Of I
)ctober 6th, we are
rnd we have bough2
. Don't forget the
SOCTOBER 6th
F1R
t d'ays of our sale w e are going to givi
n account, 1u pound s of sugar fre'e.4
the sAme time, bu t when you .get t
iS LADIES
>rk shoes in Ladies .oxfords, s
r $3.60 value forts, and dress shc
in special prices fr
$2.75 te
e for us to tell yo i in a small spac
nplote, from the oh cap ginghams to t
serge. - You' will fi ne skirt goeds in
PICK E
o... P. C.'s track field for twy years.
He is the% kind of fellow who does
root allow himself 'to sbecome dis
couraged. In the fall of 1920 Charlie
suffered a sprained ankle which pre
vented him from making the team
that year,. but the fall of '21 saw
him on the cinder path again. And
on Thanksgiving day of that year he
was one of the men -who represented
P. C. in the cross country run at
Newberry.
Capt. Cureton says the prospects
for a winning t6am this yedr are
very bright indeed, and that he is
going to do all in his power to put
it across for P. 'C. Out of the four
men who represented us last year we
have lost only one. We have Back
on the job "A. B." Henderson Bail
ey, and Cureton.
The annual cross country run meets
with us this year, and as usual oc
c'.rs the same day as thefNewberry
P. C. football game.
The above is from the "Blue Stock
ing," the weekly.-publication of the
Presbytet ian College of South Caro
lina. Charlie is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. C. L. Cureten of Pickens and
is a splendid young fcllory with an
unusually bright mind. His fricnds
ai'e -much gratified, though not- sur
irised, to hear the good things about
him.
WHY JOIN THE LEAGUE OF WO
MEN VOTERS?
(Contributed.)
Because-It' develops the intelli
gence of the individual voter through
forums, disc.ussicns and the spread
SUPE
INCOMPAR
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'all M
putting on a sale th
such as you will n
date and be sure ai
SAND ENDS OC
EE
enedh and every o nc spending $10.00 wi
let your ticket w ith each purchase.
ickets showing te na dollars spent duri
SHOES M
trap tnrps, corn- Men's shoes
es In tan or black and dress sh<
ykid, or gun n
$7.50 $4.
e of all our pric -s on 'a large stock
he imported ging hams, from the cott<
>laid or. stripes a nid the loveliest shi
Js, S. C~
Renew your health
by purifying your
system with
otabs
1't*Dc MARK stO
The p'urified and refined
enlornr t ablets tha t are free
fron naau:rea and danger.
' - alto necrsary, as
Cose : h crt I he calomel
and -.I1s combined. De
rnaind the gen.ine 'in 10c
and 35c packages, bearing
above trade-mark.
15Days
OCK OF SHOES
F PRICE
VI QO)N
27-28
dise
not afford to
ig prices on
a we are put
MEN'S UNDERWEAR
ri's fleceedl lined winter weight
iece undeirwear. Regular price
85c to $1.25 per garment, sale
69c to 98c
GOOD BUYS
men's Aults, overcoats, rain
overalls, work shirts and dress
,hats, caps, ties hose and belts.
12 IIARGAINS
will find some real bargains
adie's drsses, coats and coat
s.weaters, skirts, hats, and irf
ons' coats, serge middy suits
weatner. -/
f infornjtpi . i publiffairs
Bccaipo-k4t offers programg for
ractjeal civic work in your state,
rour county, your town.
Because-It works for better law
.nforcement.
Because.-Every woman who votes
a a woman. voter, whether her name
a ever enrolled with the league of
ier town or not. Then why not join
.nd be a real help to the town and
ommunity.
NOTICE OF FINAL SE'rLEMENT
AND DISCIARGE
Notice is hereby given1' that I will
make application to N. A. Chrtto
pher Esq., Judge of 'tobate for Piek
eis county, in the State of Scotn)
Carolina, on the 28th day ot Oetob
er, 1922, at 11 o'c1(cek in ihe Lht'irenoo:n
Dr as sC'i thereaftcr ass .1id appli.a
Lion can be heard, fo'' ieave to mik''
final settlement of the personal es
late of l-: M. \lcQuetin, (e,-a'sedt,
:'.nd obt''in ( dir *ha't- as adi in istria -
trix\ ef :id ( stro.
JOe '3.eQu. ,, Adminristra' rix.
For Next
MY ENTIRE STf
AT HAL
A. A. f
3TN LIV ST 'Ki SMO0
?B POUL ISPLAY
IBLE A6RIC ' ) 1L EXHIBM
)TO-HARNE /UNING<
RAC
Fl REWORKS
NI&MTLY ;t
it you simply can:
sed anid are puttig
dsee the bargain:
'OBER 14th.
FREE
:h us, eithef for Me
You don't have two
g the sale the :-.from
price
US SHOES
in heavy worl? shoes --"-'
e, tan or black, vici
stall in prices from
0 to $9.50
On
But you will
n serge to the coats,
t mnatcrial we shirts
anels

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