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GiVE JEWELRY THE GIFT THAT LASTS
OUR STORE IS BRIM FULL OF EVERYTHING IN
ig your shopping list and you will find just the
a or her.
As an appropriate Gift we suggest:
FOR HIM FOR HER
Cuff Links Bar Pins
Belt Buckles Brooches
Watch Chains . Pearls
Cigarette Cases Mesh Bags
Emblem Pus Wrist Watches
Watermans & Whal Pen & Pencil sets Rings
This is just a suggestion list. Our store abounds
with many other articles just as worthy of
Jeweler and Optometrist Easley, S. C.
+ During the Holidays we will offer you the following specials:
4 ~ 22 1-2c Outings at 16c Putmans yard wide percale at 10c
20c Outings at 15c Whale Brand Overalls at $1.25
4c Outings at 12 1-2c Work Shirts 85c to $1.00. 4
35c Kelburnie gnghams at 29c Genuine 0. D. Army Pants at $2.98.
.20c Dress Ginghams at 14c '4 3inch sheeting at 11cyd 4
4 25c Dress Ginghams at 20c $5.50 Nashaue blankets at $3.98
Good cheviots at 16c to 18c 56inchi Broadcloth at $1.00 per yard
4 ~THE BIl1ST CHRISTMAS GIFTS: hand bags, over
cogts, raincoats, men's hats, towels, bed spreads, silk
siery,' stationery, fancy handkerchiefs, trunks, '
shirts, neck ties, ladies kid gloves, ladies one piece
4* We Are Headquarters For Toyland.
I SANTY CLAUSE WiLL COME TO OUR STORE4
FRIDA' AND SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 and 22
Syou money by selling for cash.
~I~hsChleuna MlSeeSaWop as
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Easley Loan & Trust Company, a
James O. N. Stansell, Chaester Hard
ware Company and Robinson and
In ,pursuance of a decretal order
made in the above stated case by his
Honor Judge T. S. Sease, at Cham
bers, December seventh (7) 1922
directing me, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash ,on
SALESDAY IN JANUARY 1923,
the same being January first 1923,
during the legal hours for sales, at
Pickens Court House, S. C., the fol
lowing described tract of land toivit:
All that certain piece, or tract of
land, situate in Liberty Township,
State and county aforesaid, adjoining
lands of J. T. Looper, Wm Porter, R.
N. McCollum, Walter Turner and W.
B. Hester, containing fifty six and
three fourths (56 3-4) acres more or
less as shown by survey made by J.
W. Brunson, said plat being recorded
in Vol. F. F. at page 282, an<1 oeing
the same land conveyed to J. O. N
Stansell, by J. B. Jameson and John
TERMS CASH on day of sale, pur.
chaser to pay for all papers, revenue
stamps and recording the same; if
purchaser fails to comply in reason
able time the same will be resold at
the risk and expense of the former
O: S. STEWART,
Clerk of Court,
Pickens County, S. C.
Dec. 12th, 1922.
By virture of act No. 38, section 27,
page 74, passed by the General As
sembly of the State of South Caro
lina, approved Feb. 24, 1917,
I will sell to the highest bidder in
ft ont of the Court House at Picke 1
S. C. on Friday, December 29th, 1924
It 11 o'clock a. in.,
One Buick ,ix Roadster Automo
uile Motor No. 666756.
Said automobile was confiscated
while being used in the illegal trans
portation of alcoholic liquors on Dec.
8th, 1922, in violation of said act.
R. R. ROARK,
Sheriff Pickens County.
Dec. 8, 1922.
.Our sale has be
we appreciate the
bought. We are d<
that you want at tU
We are glad to
give you real barga
Come and see 1
that you will find o
We, the undersigned hereby prohi
bit all persons ,from hunting, fishing,
cutting timber or trespassing in any
manner upon our lands, under full
penalty of the law.
B. E. Porter, E.' F. Collins,
E. D. Childress, T. H. Holliday,
L. P. Stephens, S. S. Childs,
J. D. Stancell, Hovey Murphree,
J. A. Hunnicutt, J. D. Davis
S. E. Mauldin, B. H. Powers,
R. B. Hunnicutt, J. E. Gillespie,
Mack Durham, J. B. Powers
W. L. Pressley, J. C. Stewart,
J. J. Lee, J. L. Murphree
T. R. Merck, J. H. Powers
S. W. Williams, B. R. Parrott.
J. M. Gillespie, J. T. Dillard,
J. M. Brazeaa., J. F. Lewis,
S R Ellenburg Toni Childs
Sam Griffin J. B. McKee
N S Stewart W. P. McKee
G W Brazeale I M Durham
L Copel B' B Crenshaw
J E Allgood G W Durham
S P Marchbanks N B Roe
John A Durham W B Nations
J L McKee J E Stewart
Mrs. John D. Edens Tulley Holliday
Mrs. Elizabeth Murphce.
Arthur W Stephens
Jack Frost has conie.at last, and
he is quite we1com"
Stationery "The Rite Gift"
Sewing Baskets, Waste Baskets.
Ccmb and Brush Sets
White Ivory Goods, All Kinds
Fountain Pens and Pencils
Nunnajly's candy (Sweetest thing i
No trouble to show our goods
R. E. Lewis, Prop.
en a success from
way our custome:
>ing our best to ke
xis time, and we ar<
In the Sale at
say that we are
ins throughout our
'or yourself and tel
ur goods prjiek
NOTICE OF FINAL arE M3a
Notice' hereby given that I wll
make appli tion to N. A. Christopl'.
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pic V I
county, in tli State of Sout ar<
lina, on the Z6th day of ember ,
1922, at 11 o' lock in ' forenoot
or as soon the .afte as said appli
cation can be h r or leave t
make final setti ent the persona
estate of Joh W.'Thomas, deceased
and obtai dischar' a a-3 administra
trix of s d estate.
Mrs. Elizabe h Thomas,
Get into a real business of you?
own! Local city territory now open
Sell the genuine J. R. Watkins pro
ducts. Everybody knows. Watkin:
Spices, Extracts, Coffee,' Medicine
Toilet Preparations, etc.. Standard
for more than fifty years. Biggest
line, biggest values and highest qual.
ity makes easy selling for you. Write
today for free sample and proff that
you can make from $3000 to $5000 a
year. J. R. Watkins Co., Dept. 83,
New York, N. Y.
Cigars, Pipes, Tobaccos
Dolls, Sleeping dolls priced from 25c
Sophie May Candy
n Dixie) priced from 50c to $7.50.
Phone No. 24
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