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M1-E1 4' .,I R for die Almend of ' ' ft . M .e Cattlet Etc' M r your Own Acge,. S eunatisr Sprain".. CU, RuA . )e . iM 50a. $, A-~iDa - Te T display of Summer Huts Wil be. held1t our' store March 24 and 26 Dob* forget the date. Somo p'cialtr stylish hate will be shown 14'.iger, Thornley & Co. CLEIK'S SALE. Nite ' 'South Carolna, City of Pickens. In ourt of Common Pleas. P4. Hdricks, Plantlff, against *Vrs. Abner Newton Nalley, et al, -. -Defendart ta putiuance of a decretal ordel vle inx- the above stated ease by hja lnor dge" Frank B. Gary, d'ted 1a -916, I will'sell to the high (ebiddO on Mai day- ta April, 1916, diAing tategal hours of sale at .iick C. I'8. C., the following describ I tract . tand, towit: A1I th Vplece, parcel or tract of lapd Isy and being situate in the state and e ty, aOresaid, in Dacusville town P "(jon *yaters of Shoal Creek, adjoin. lands of B. Freeman, R. C. Gantt, he k infley, et al., and containing one bIQpdred 'and. thirty-one (131) acres, Ac)re or less, and being the same tracl 2 land c, iveyed by F. S. Hendricks tc 0, . Nalley. Terms'.cash, purchasers to pay oi . papere, stamps and recording the T.m. Terms must be complied witt : --.ue hotir or the premises will be re . J at the risk of the former pur. dwers. A. J. BOGGS, Clerk of Court. Wiice 6f Final Settlement and D#ischarge, and Notice to]elAt ors and Creditors. .\ ' tice is hereby given that on th, .(.i lay of ARi, 1916, I will app1y tI iL honor,'J. . Newbery, Judge o th r'ate Court of Pickens county, S.C. r ' final,-settlement and discharge a me.trix of the 'estate of 11. L. CIay deceased. T 1 persons Jholding claims against th & e of said deceased please presen to the undersigned on or befor, date properly proven. MABYFS. CLAYTON, FExecutrix. rch 11, 1916. .48 eBWAINSAM H.CUAI - ille S. C. lckens, S. C. McSwain & Craig LAWYERS ice in State and Federal Court Greenville Office Phone 210 Pickens Office Phone 39 J. ROBT. MA R Ti\ ATTO1UNEY AND) COU NsELLORI u:NERI BROAD AND MAIN STREETS GREENVILLE, S. C. PRACTICE IN ALL COURTI Thones &-e Reenc 14.620 adCHESTER S PILLI .A '4OND .BRAND L. DI~s I 4a( D1.o car4Lc TnRn ua ' 0-aoietallic boxes, sealed with BlueA. m A .s: ND an A ND PIL LS, for twenty-694 mm regarded as Best,safest, Always Rettsbte SOLD BY ALL. DRUGGIST! nui EVERYWHERE r'n~IE Wood's Productive Seed Corns. Our Virginia-grown Seed Corns have an established Lreputation for superiorit ini p oductiveness and germna * ~ ~Lng qualities. Wood's Descr~pIve Catalog. teltls about the beat of prize-win ning and -profIt-making varieties In both,.Whit andi Yellow Cern. Cotton Seed. We offer the beat and most Im * 4 ~ ' pa(ved varieties, grown In socitions unsohutely free from boll weevit. Our Catatog eives prices and infor.. mai~tion, and tells about the best of Southernl Seeds, 100-.DAY VEVET BE~ANS, Soja Beans, SUDAN GRASS, Datis Grass and all Sorghum. and Millets. Cathtlpg mailed free on request. T. W.WQOD & SONS, S ED(MEN, - Rlihmond, Va. ty Meedngs 2d Sunday hoe 3Utive cotamitteo of tho Plckens As. atite avtanged fora meeting in the In. om -And rorelgn missions tin te h , a flo to held tho second Plc*9 )10. ML, Dr. D. W. Rammey. Secon 1a. mi., Re.0 A. bartin. I't.1 a. M., Rev. J. F, Poster. reek, it a m., Rev. v. 9. Obildrejs.. a. m., T. 0. Lawtoa and It. K. Tay. o Otove.' a. in., Rev. W. M. Iam MOUtsin Grove, OP. in., Dr. 1). M. Ramsey. abor, ap. in., T. 0. Lawion and I. K. . ach of te abdye Ybihu to be resent a th r a reb on that day and do a they -fn It ,reat day for Mtselons. Lot all be of One W , of ono accord, and in one place that greatteilpt gre t things for God and expect SNo forgr et te 0i9e and let every one be in bNlue: bar ree that day. E ect 9CVommhttee Pickens Associth-n. . ard Of Thanks * desire to thank our many friends Mn . nO-bore and all whb assisted iu Ai :.wa;n 'our recent beteavenot and ne In, the deoth ,of our..baby 1(aette) for their. kindpes. , Their s was the act of friends indeed, which will not be forgotten. B. L. Holder and Family:_ Summons for Rerief (Complaint not sprved) Stat of .South Carolina, ; C nty of Pickens. IP Court of Common Pies. . B. Boe, M. B. Roe I. N Roe, Laura B. Durham, Maryi. Durham, Anna R6e hd Mattie Roe, plaintiffs, against . . nee, Rufus Lavetider, Earle C .ant ender and John Spence, de fendants. 7th' defendants above named: You are hereby summoned and re quired to answer the complaint in this action, which is on file in the office of thie .Q1erk of Court at -Pickens, S. C., and tj6 serve a copy of your -answer to the said complaint on the subscriber at has office at Pickens, S. C., within twen ty days after the service hereof, ex I clusiveo of the day ot such service; and if you'fail to answer the complaint with in the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action will apply to the court for the relief demande in the complaint. Dated March 14, A. D. 1916. A. J. BOGGS, Clerk of Court. C. E. ROBINSON, Plaintiffs' .ttorney. To John Spence, infant under fourteen years of age, and to M. A. Spence, his father, and with whom said infant resides. You are hereby notified to apply for the appointment of a guardian ad litem to representsaid infantdefendantunder fourteen years of age within twenty ,days after the service of this summons upon yo'u, and if 'you fail, application will be made by the plaintiff herein for such appointment. 51 Plaintiffs' Attorney. Summons for Relief (Complaint Served.) t e State of South Carolina, County of Pickens. In Court of Common Pleas. Etta -Wright, Lou' Hallums, Nonie Washington, -David Blandin, James * Blandin and Hai-rison Blandin, Mattie Blandin and Ester Blandin, by their guardian ad litum, David Blandin, plaintiffs. . against Harrison Simpson, John Simpson and a Carrie Simpson, defendants. To the defendants above named: IYou are hereby summoned and re quired to answer the complaint in this atiol of. which a copy is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said cornplaint on the subscriber at his office at Pickens, S. C., within twenty days after the ser vice hereof, exclusive of the day of a such service; and if you fail to answer i the -complaint within the time aforesaid .the plaintiffs in this action will a pply to r thecoubt. for the relief demanded in the - complaint. Dated March 6, A. D. 1916. A. J.BOGGS, Clerk of Court. -- C. .E. ROsINSON, Plaintiffs' Attorney. To Harrison Simpson, John Simpson and farrie Simpson, defendants: Take notice, that the summons, of which the foregoing is a copy, and the complaint in this action was fled in the office of the Clerk of Court at Pickens, S. C., on the 6th day of March, 1916, and Is now on file in said office. * C. E. ROBINSON, 49 Plaintiffs' Attorney. . Citation - State ofSouth Carolina. County of Pickens. By. J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge: Whereas, A. J. Boggs, C. C. P., made suit to me to granthim letters of admin istration of the estate and effects of David Lesley. These are, therefore, to cite and ad monish all and singular the kindred and - reditors of the said David Lesley, deceased, that they be and appear be foreme, in the court of Probate, to be 1held at Pickens, S. C., on the 30th day 1of Mai-ch, 1916, next after publication hlereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any they have, why said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal this 3d day of February, Anno Domini, 1916. J. B. NEWBERY, (Seal) 46 J1. P. P. C. Notice.ffEinal Settlement and Discharge Notice is hereby given that I will make application to J. B. Newbery, Hsq., Judge of Probate for Pickens ounty, in the State of South Carolina, on the 23d day of March, 1916, at 11 o'klock in the forenoon, or as soon1 thereafter as said application can be ,heard, for leave to make final settle. mieht of the estate of W. F .L. Owen, deceased, and obtain discharge as ad. ministrator of said estate. Mns.- LUELIA OWEN, ..- 46 Administratrix. Locahhd.660 4, Ben Hendricks has sold and delivered six Fords during- tIe lat k. The only automobile advertised he Sen. tinel. By order of the ihaster of Keowee lodge No. 79 there will-be a:.ll meet ing of - the lodge fridayight at 8.30 o'cock. . W P. Cauley, who moved from near is Into town about two 'weeks ago, n critically III with pneumonia, but is improving. R. E. Yongue was oi'dained as an ol der and Dr. J. N. Hallum and Dr. J. L. Valley were ordained as deacons of the Presbyterian church in Pickens Sunday. The township boards of assessors met in the* auditors office last week. The county ard of equalizatbh will meet March and any one wishing to ap pear befre them should do to Saturday. . Willie 'Thompson has resigned his po sition with Reynolds & Earle's drug store in Greenville and returned to his home in Pickens, where'he -ill engage in the chicken business, making a spe cialty of raising white leghorns. .Mr. Daniel Wincheiter one of Anti och's mostiprominent citizens is in our city this week. Mr. Winchester is about 79 years old, but would easily pass for ..a strong vigorous man of .65. ay his years of usefulness be many more. Pickens chapter A. F. M. No. 74 will hol4 their regular meeting next Friday n igt at 7. oclock. Council meeting wil be immediately after chapter meet ing. All members requested to be pres ent as there is special business :to at tend to. Nothing appeals more to a woman than Millinery. Her judgment on it is always final. She relishes newness and recognizes the creative genius that makes hats beautiful. We will call for her judgment-soon-March 24 and 25. Folger, Thornley & Co. "Birth of a Nation " in Pickens. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Nations are re ceiving congratulations on account of the arrival of a fine girl at their home Saturday morning. Mr. Nations is a popular barber at Childress' shop. The busy season is now on. Get the Allen's Princesq Range and have your meal cooked on time, . Saves y6ur wood and labor. Also your money. Sold by Pickens Hardware & Gro cery Company. Honor Roll Mile Creek School FiretGrade-Rector Dalton, Tom Nix, Lillian Davis,Lee Roper, Elva Thomas. Second Grade - Jeanette Lumpkin, Arthur Dalton, Gladys Dalton, Lena Turner, Truman McCalister. Third Grade- Bernettie Nix, Olive Parsons. Fourth Grade-Mary Dalton, Eugene Parsons.. Fifth Grade-Russell Martin, Ora Roper, 0. V. Roper. Sixth Grade-Dora Chapman, Ruth Pickens. Seventh Grade-Pauline Dalton, An nie Lee Matin.. Eighth Grade-Ola Parsons. BENNIE W. DUCKwORTHI, Prin. Labor .saved i money paid for a Walter' A. Wood Disc Hlarr'ow. SoldI by the Picke ns H1-ardware & Gro cery Co mpany. The Way in Newberry Newberry Herald and News. Cole L., Blease and a Mr. DesChamps haive unniouniced themselves candidates for governor.. About everbody we strike up wyith.has hieard of Blease, but we haven't found anybody who ever heard of D~esChamnps before.--Pickens Sentinel. It was told of two candidates in this county a long, long time ago, even before the memory of many now living began to run, that where each was least khown there he got the votes. So sometimes it is just as well not to be known. No pergonal reference intended. Don't Think So Spartanbiarg Journal. Gary Hiett of The Pickens Sentinel owes the -Saturday Blade an apology. He mentioned it in the same breath with Tom Watson's Jeffersonian. Not Anderson Intelligencer. The Pickens Sentinel says politics is getting' ripe in Pickens. So ripe they are beginning to rot? LBIS CUIT Htealthful,economkcal nourish.. ing. Children like them and many others of our 122 kinds. Of high foed value, better for young folks than confections Glade y Jackonell Cracker Worksf' ., M II Zte Iaus W10have h e a gights PICKIS DRUG CO. I~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~W rha4 q. 0du~ 0 1ag ri 1*. .1 4e WV. K4 LAST DAY Saturday is your last chance. to see the In.,. Hoosier Kitchen cabinet Gold Medal Dem 4 y onstratin that attracted so much attention lat the Panama-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco last year. N More interesting, more entertaining, mpre valu- I able to every up-to-date housekeeper than a lec- S ture on domestic science. W Scores of your neighbors have seen this demon- ? stration at our store this week and learned how to E cut their kitchen work in two. . After Today-Which Will You o? Remember, there are Hoosiers for farms, camps, apartments big and little kitchens, :for window spaces, and the center of big kitchens. No further need for old-fashioned, built-in, uncleanable cupboards. The Hoosier is a wonderful kitchen machine that revolutionizes kitchen work. Come, see exactly how it operates-see how it excels all other cabinets made. Remeom ber, you need buy this ca tronly onlce in a lifetime. So that every day you delay having us deliver YOUR Hoo Ir you are mnaking yourself do unnecessary work, wvaste *energy, timne and steps. SHoosier Gold Medal Sale $15.00 to $45.00 m $1.00 on Delivery * $1.00 Weekly L d * No Extra Fees No Interest Money-Back Guarantee The Panama-Pacific Judges award dd the Higheat Honor and Gold Meda ito Hoosier because of its Superior - -- struction and Unrivaled Convenience. SHoosier's Shaker Flour Sifter makes flour filuffy and 1i ht; works faster than most sifters; avoi a grit or broken wire; Hoosier's Double-Acting Sugar Bin is the only bin from which sugar can be taken with equal ease from top or bot tom. It -has three times the capacity. of most bins. $. These are only two of the many * prize-winning features. Come and e them all deomonstrated at our store to morrow. Please come in the morning +. if possible-for the Saturda crowd on this last day will tax our facilities in The Faneous Hinge Door the afternoon. '."Hoosier Beauty" E.L &GC. B., amilton, Easley, S.C.