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John Thornley has beer
teveral da% m pleurisy
P. Carey was a visitor .tc
vile and Easley on busi,
this week.
-. A. Be-us of Calhoun wa<
visitor at the count3
tthis week.
0. Thompson, editor o:
-Liberty Gazette, was it
kens on business this week.
V. Griffin of Liberty wa.
Iickens on business ani
g 4ands with friend
H. F. Smi
tensof as sec
n wals e count2
Sa s w
Hon. J E.. Boggs was ir
vill ast week on- busi
es. :so visited Iiis son
in asley.
~ . H. Williams an
Foster of near Marietta
re visitors in' Pickens thi
Married byJ. B. Newbery, a
s residence, December 17, 1912
Essie Barnes and Waltei
n, of near Pickens.
v.B B. Grandy has re
-ed from the lower part oj
S he state to spend the Christ.
Smas -holidays with' his fanmil:
ra..Battle, who hai
efor the Big Stort
tned last wee]
ein Morganton
Lewis, Pickens' we]
-z~f 'and popular traveling
d7--aesman, has been under the
&'ather for some time, but is
Married by J. B. Newbery, a
his residence, December 15, 1912
Miss Vannie Hunnicutt ani(
Mr. Jesse Durham, of Pick-en
route 2. . -
The Treasurer~-of Picken
- unty2Ge6ived a check Mon
Sfrom the Southern railwa:
for more than $20.000 tay mon
The.next meeting of Keowe<
Lodge No. 79, A. F. M., will b<
held Saturday night in the hal
at 7:30. All members - are re
quested to be present. Electior
and installation of officers wil
ake place.
R. T. Hallum, W, M.
Go to Cal
has ne
prices on
other thin
for youlrs
18 poUf
e Time
gs Account
wee Bank
i paid on Deposits
Dr. R. F. Smith, of Easle
was a business yisitor at Pic
ens Monday.
Messrs. R..E. Lewis and D
Pace spent Monday in *Gree
ville on business.
The Clerk of Court was co
fined to his room last Thursde
from lagrippe.
Prof. Andrew Bramlett,
Clemson College, visited I
father and mother last Satu
Messrs. C. H. Carpent(
Oliver Pickens and Cely,
Easley, were at the county se
Married by J. B. Newbery,
his office December 12, 191
Miss Laura Kelley and Willia
Tague, of Pickens county.
Dr. Hallum of the Picke
Drug Co. was indisposed f
several days last week, but i
are glad to see him back at I
The dance at Freeman h:
last Thursday night was lar
ly attended by the young peoi
of the town, who enjoyed t
occasion immensely.
Benjamin Holder, jr., w
sick last week from a sev(
cold or lagrippe. Also Mr. J
Chastain, near the cotton ix
was sick with the same troub
SThe Pickens Baptist Sund;
school will have a Christm
tree Christmas Eve night, mui
to the delight of the young
SBertha, two-year old daug
ter of A. B. Stokes; and gral
daughter of N. D). Parsons b
pneumonia fever at the Ali
cotton mill..
t Mr. E. J. Tripp, who h~
,been living near Pickens, h
I purchased from Mr. J. M. Gar
his-1agksmith shop here a:
ill take charge January
Mr Tripp has already mov
his family here and they occul
r the Rigdon house.
-One of the Pickens merchar
has just received a large sh!
ment of cold storage egas frc
Kansas City, Mo. It seems
shame that a town surround
by such a country as Pickens
-not supplied by fresh eggs frc
the various nearby farms. X
should be shipping eggs aw;
from h ere instead of havi:
them shipped here.
se's aild se(
inl the way
dry goo5
and a tliousi
.gs. It is a
~ssit is so.
e aild se
Eight s ents of dusky con
plexions were caught gambling
in town Satur- v night and as
a result the tov:n coffers were
replenished to the tune of about
I Married on Sunday morning
at eleven o'clock, the 15th of
December, 1912, at the residence
of the officiating minister, W.
C. Seaborn, Mr. John W. Duck
worth to Miss Sallie Child, both
Pickens county. Their host of (
friends join the writer in ex
tending to them congratulations
wishing them a long, prosperous,
happy voyage through life.
All persons holding claims
against the county are request
Y, ed to file same with me before
k- January 1st, 1913.
Jno. C. Carey,
>c Clerk County Board
Elegant rugs for Christmas
presents. Flour, oats, shorts
a and bran at wholesale. Every
L sack guaranteed by me and the
mill. Fireworks. T. D. Harris.
>f -
is Honor Roll Third Month. S
10th Grade: Alberta Yongue.
r, 8th Grade: Frances Bruce,
of Edgar Clyde, Homer Edens, i
at Colie Seaborn.
7th Grade: Marie Freeman, a
at Sallie Griffin.
2, 6th Grade: Joe Frank Free- -
' man, Ella Lewis. c
3rd Grade: Eula Stewart. c
Robert Bowen. s
s 2nd Grade: Don Roark, Kathl
r erine Hagood. S
ve 1st Grade: Ethel Adams, b
Lis Daisy Bivens, James Partridge.
(Name omitted from second 3
il month.) 4th Grade: Mary Rob- a
e- inson.
)le School closes for the holidays t
he Friday, December 20th, and re- ,
sumes work on Monday, Jan
uary 6th, 1913-.
s J. W. Ballentine. 0
1ll Norris Circuit Appointments. t
~First Sunday-T welve Mile at
11.00 o'clock; Gap Hill at 3.00.
h Second Sunday-Norris at b
r 11:00; Fairview at 3.00; Ruha
mah at 7.30. o
Third Sunday-Gap Hill at s
d11.00; T welve Mile at 3.00,
dFourth Sunday-Fairview at
s11.00; Ruhamah at 3.00: Norris
e at 7.30.
E. L. Thomason, P. C. a
s Singing Contest. a
Ltt__ _a
d There will be a singing con-.
Ltest given by the Secona sing
ding class at Secona on next 4th
7 Sunday evening at 2 p.m., after
which all visitors will be invited
ts Ito join in a song service. All
.p- are invited to come and bring
n song books.
d Buy your frost proof cabbage
s plants from F. S. CANNON,
Megets, S, C. 1,000 to -,000
eat $1,25. 5;000 to .9,000 at $1.00.
y10000 to 15,000 at 90c. Special
gprices on larger orders and satis
faction guaranteed.
wliat he
of cuttilig
Ls. nOtiOllS,
nd or more
slanie, bult
Go aild see
F? FOR $1
e me -.
I. I
rl (
We are preparec
vants in high class
uch as Jewelry, St
ets, Shaving Sets,
ickens D
he GMC
From Pickens Route 3.
E. F. Price, of Montana. is
isiting his parents, Mr. and 1
[rs. W. R. Price, this week. fri<
Miss Louise and Annie Grav- of
v spent Saturday night and sh<
unday with their uncle, W. T. las
ravley. Ma
The Montvale school is pro- th.E
ressing nicely with Miss Irene ble
[endricks as teacher.
Last Saturday night an enjoy-1
ole box supper was given at
[ontvale school house. It was'
-ell attended and the amount
>Alected was $24:0. The pro
eeds will go to furnishing*the
:hool room.
The,-singing at W. R. Price's 191
unday afternoon was enjoyed sEr
y all who attended- !or
T, H. Stewart and daughter, in
[ss Moneita attended services Th
t Holly Springs Sunday. str
R. S. Porter has recently del
uilt him a new large barn
vhich is a great improvement.
Jesse J, Lewis, of Piercetown,
nd Mr.and Mrs. Frank Townes,
f Honea Path. were visiting
riends and relatives in this sec
ion last week.
Rev. Wade H. Lewis, who -rb,
as been assigned by conference y
> churches in the Laurens cir-. Ju
it will soon take charge of me
is work. tio:
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Prince, NI
Six Mile, were visitors in this mo
action Sunday.
The peoplc of this section are
reparing for Christmas in the h.
ay of killing hogs and other on
ings that are needed. ati
One more week until Christ- e.,
as and then all the boys *and
irls who are attending schools.
d colleges will come home to
end their vacation with their
arents and friends.j t
s e
SBusy Be
SThe new restaurant j usi
For Ladies and
Everything new and neat.
you to give us a call and wv
tention andI satisfaction.
ot meals and lunches .a
HoWe shall be please(
Stansell &
N'~ext Door to Pick
SThe Press
Ornew prcs.sing club is r,
wes olicit vour p-jatronage.
of s,ix year's experLiec'e an<1
Our wor-k and dleliv
Ladies, let us (10 your dyei:
gloves. W\e know how. Y
monthly menmbers at
Staniell &
to supply you
Christmas good
Itionery, Toile
Candy, etc.
rug CU,
Card of Thanks.
Ne desire to thank the man
ds for their numerous ac
houghtfulness and kindnec
)wn us during the recent au
b illness of wife and mothei
v the Creator and Ruler <
universe increase the
ssings ten fold is our praye
thank you each and ever
oseph Looper and family.
idlords and Tenants Tat
hat on and after January:
3, all tenants wishing ot
vices will have to bring a
er from their landlord stan<
good for their doctor bil
is rule is reasonable and i
ict observance will save muc
ay and annoyance.
J. L. Valley, M. D.
Robt. Kirksey, M. D.
L. F. Robinson, M. D.
J. A. Cannon, M. D.
F. S. Porter. M. D.
State of South Caroli-:a
Counity of Ptekens..
y J, B. New bery Esciuire. Proba
Vherea=, w. A. Lcoper made suit
to grant him Letters of Adimstr
1of the Estate of and effects
icv M1. Loop>r
hese are Therefore to cite and al
nis~h all and smngular the kindrE
Icreditors of the saiid Nancy
>l, ceased, that they appe
"re nie. in the Court of Probate.
te-ua at Pickens Court House, S3. (
the 2nd (lay of January, 191
-r pbienti'rn hereof, at 10 o'cleC
he forenoon, t o shew cause, it ar
v have, why the saidi Admninistu a ic
ubi not be granutedi.
ven under mne han I anid seal, th
ada (f December, 1912, in the i32
r of ouir Independence,
J. P~, P. C.
openeid in Pickens
We cordially invite
a guiaranitee polite at-(
ered at all hours.
to serve y\ou.
nsDrug Co.
ng Club'
ady for b)us]iness and(
We have ai pre~sser
guaranltee our work.(
ery IS Dpomplt.
ag and clean your kid (
JIll take a few more
S1.00 per month.
It is the policy of t
or Skirts from one sea!
uary i, we are naming
Lot No.
All S12.50 and $15.00 <
-u are great values, in p
striped effects, To clos(
the lot, only - -
Lot No.
S $20.00 and $22.50 Suit
great value. Serges an
tures, of tan, green, na
f gray. To close up
r the lot - -
Big reductions on di
Here is your chance to c
they are picked over.
s Clerk's Sale.
State of South Carolina
County of Pickens
In Common Pleas Court
Mary J, Darham et al, Plaintiffs.
R. N. Durham, Defendant.
By virtue of a decretal order in th
above stated case by Hon. J.W. DeVor
dated Novemoer 22, 1912, and on file iz
the Clerk's office Pickens county. S. C.
I will sell on Salesday in January, 1913
during the legal hours for sale at Pick
ens, C. H., S. 0., the following tracts
of land described by plats of surve3
made by G. A. Ellis, surveyor, in Jan
e ur,1910, in dividing up the rea:
estate of I. A. Durham, deceased.
o Tracts Nos. 2 and 3 containirg (104
acres. Tract No. 5 containing (321) acres
ofTract No. 6 containmng (3S4) acres
Tract No. 7 containmng (471) acres
Tract No. 8 containing (51A) acres.
Tract No. 9 containing (35) acres.
'. Tract No. 10 centaining (8S1) acree,
r : Terms of sale one-half cash and t h
balance on a credit of twelve months
the ci edit portion to be st cured by
bon'i of the purchaser or purch:wseri
k and a mortgage of the premises wit]
L7 leave to the purchaser or purchas.-rs i<
anticipate the credit uortion on diay o
~ale.. The purchaser or purchaser:
s utcornply within one hour after sat
bor or emnises will be reso'd, Purchase1
to pay for all papers and recor ling o:
same, A. J. BOGGs.
Clerk of Court.
Notice to Debtors and Creditor:
ALL Persons holding claims agains1
the estate' of the late J. Frank Jen
nings and M. olivia Jenning
must present same duly pr.wven on o:
before the 1 day of Jauuary 1913, or b
debarred paymneni; and all persons in
debted-to said estate, must miake pay
ment on or before the above date, to th<
undersigned J. C. Jennings,.
Dec. 5, 1912. 3t Administrator
For This
Every 8 1.00 Shirt in the
5All 50c Shirts both work~
The best Overall on cart]
SAll 10c Collars, menCf's an<
" 15c " " "
Remember, I sell the
lined Underwear at 35c y
Every piece of cloth in
Sactual cost.
On Next Saturday I am Go
Special Hat Sale. I will
Jin the store on that (late
ALL other.
Remember the p
~W. D.
he Big Store not to carry over any C
;on to another, and to clean them up fi
a price that would not buy the cloth i
All $25.00 and .27
oat suits, these of suits came fror
lain serge and tailoring concerns i
8.n8 means they are the
W 48 season. Serge, w
brown and black.
Only - -
Millinery at (
s, This lot is a It is our custom t
d Scotch mix- nery department. re
xy. black and you haven't bougi
$12.50 . yet, it will pay you
ment a call.
ess shirts, $1.75, $1.50 and $1.25 Shi
aye money by selecting one of those sn
Pickens, S. C.
P (Prickly Ash, Pol
Prompt Pov
its benicial ef- StubI
fects a*e usually eld
felt very quicklY Y=nz
Makes rich, red, pure blo<
systen -clears the brain-strengthe
A positive specific for Blood Po!
I Drives out Rheumatism and Stops
is a wvonderful tonic and body-buildea
Roofs Put a
26 Years A
are as good as new, ai
never needed repaifs
need attention of any1
-cept an occasional coat
Storm-proof Fire-proof
- Don't buy that roof for the new buil
-5 unti you have examined the Cortright
for This
Week I am. Going to
store for 89c I am still sellir
& dress 39c IBest patent Flou
Sfor 89c teed, at $5.2
boys, for Sc B3est Granulated
lie11 3 big Oranges fo:
4 Boxes Search I
best fleece.
.Kerosene oil for
)er gamn. 2 lbs. Eagle This
the store at Stick Candy 8c 1
10 lbs. Best Sno'
ing to have a California Peach(
;ell every hat Evapiorated Appl
t New York Tomatoes 3-lb. ca
S1 3 canls Salmon 25
o'6ds Ill the
bove at same
lace, Main Street, next door
Esley. S. C.
>at Suits, Waists
om now until Jan
equired to make
o. 3
00 Suits. This lit
a one of the best
n America *
best styles of
hipcord in n
Ine-Half Pric
o clean up our milli'
gardless of price. If
L your winter hat
to give this depart
rts for only $1.00.
appy styles before
W cO.
:e Root and Potassium)
Ferful Permanent
orn cases GoddI results ame
to P. P. P. lasdng-it cures
othermedi- you tostaycud
are useless
>d-cleanses the entire
s digestion and nerves.
son and skin diseases.
'Thoisands ense t
1 CO.
d ave
ind, ex
din,or re-roof the old,
Metal Shinges.
CO., Pickens, S. C.
r, every sack guaran
:5 bbl.
Sugar 25 lbs. $1.40
[ght Matj hes for 10c
ie Soda for 5c
vdcrift Lard $1.10.
~s 81b,
es 7he lb.
store not
'to Postoffice

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