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IABER SHOP PRICES REDUCED.
Porter'a- barber shop and Reece's
barber shop, at Pelens, announce re
ductions in price of all barber work,
effective Immediately. Shaves are
no5; hat ceuts, 5c, an o her
work in proportion. 2t
HOGVILLE LOCAL NEWS.
Silo Smith has traded his cook
stoyre for a nice fox hound.
The Blind Man of the Bear Ford
neighborhood, has been swindled
again; this time by the Old 'Miser,
who traded him a dog which did noti
have as many spots as the one he got~
from the Blind Man.
A mule has been left hitched at the
postoffice and if the owner 40oes not
call for same in five days the Post-I
master wvill forward it to the dea d
letter office at Washington. Only
last month he sent them a nice wild
hog which hadl been putting in an ap
pearance at the postoffice decasional
* ly and at times would take the liberty
of slheping under the postoffice floor.
If it were not for the fleas Alex
andler Moselcy anid his several (logs
wvouldl welcome the adlvent of spring.
Alex says notwithstandling this and a
few other disadvantag"s. one gets a
Sgreat decal of plea'sure out of having
a dozen or so (dogs around the prem
ises. Mr., Moseley has ahvavs madle
his dogs feel at home by making them
L'eel just tile same as other members
of the family.
It matters not how hard times get~
'ou never see anyone hunting for
\vork in Hogville. They (10 not seem
o care for It. Really Hlogville might
'iell be called the playground of the
Zero Peck beat Dan Mathewsla in a
>rse trade this week and as a relief
~r his conscience will try to take
me active part in the church serv
3s at Bear Ford next Sunday.
The steps leagJing into the Wild
i ose school house were stolen a few
ghts ago. The Assistant Constable
as been put on the case and has
~veral of our good citizens under'
aspicion, as he passedl a house where
mass meeting on the road qu-estion
as being held on the night of the
'me, andl overheard one of . the
enkcers say that steps should -bo
* en at once to repair a bridge over,
4 -ar Bear Ford.
% .. . ,.CITATION .
The State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By N. A. Christopher, Esq., Probate
Whereas,'Mrs. Edith Bosard'Rhodes
made suit to me to grant her Letters
of Administration of, the Estate and
Eifeeps of Mrs. Alice M. Bosard, de
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred
tond creditors of the said Mrs. Alice
M. Bosard, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Pickens
Court House, S. C., on the 19th day
of May, 1921, next, after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and .;eal, this
3rd day of May, 1921, ni the 1-15th
year of our independence.
N. A. Christopher,
Judge of Probate,' Pickens County,
S. C. 2t
NQTIC,E QF ELECTION.
State of South Garuolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition has been filed
with the trustees of Pleasant Grove
School District No. 49, in said county
and state, signed by more than one
third of the resident electors and an
equal number of the resident free
holders of the age of twenty-one
years of said school district as ap
pears by the certificate of the Coun
ty Auditor of said county attached to
said petition, praying that the trus
tees of said school district order an
election on the question of issuing
bonds in the sum of One Thousand
Dollars for the purpose of building
a new school building in the place
of the one recently destroyed by-fire,
said bonds to be denominations of
two hundred dollars each bearing in
terest at the rate of six per cent per
annum to be paid in five equal an
nual instalments from the date there
And it further appearing by the
certificates of the County Auditor of
said county that the proposed bond
issue of One Thousand Dollars will
iiot exceed eight per cent of the as
sessed valuation of the taxable prop
erty in said school district including
all outstanding bonds.
It is, therefore, ordered by the
Board of Trustees of Pleasant Grove
School District No. 49 that an elec
tion be held on the 14th (lay of May,
1921, at Pleasant Grove church on
the question of whether such bonds
shall issue or not, said bonds to be
'in denomiiiiitions of two * hundred
dollars each, to bear interest from
the date thereof at the rate of six
per cent iper annum and to be paid
in five eqlual annual instalments. At
such election only qualified voters re
siding in said district shall be allow
ed to vote.
The polls shall open at 8 o'clock
a. m. and close at 4 o'clock p. mi.
The ballots voted shall have written
or printed on them the words: "For
Bonds" or "Against Bonds."
The following are hereby named as.
managers to conduct said election:
J1. L. Burgess, Avery Cisson and I.
This 2nd day of May, 1921.
By order of the Board of Trustees
of Pleasant Grove School District
H. B. Cisson,
F. L. Burgess,
J. S. White,
FAST BOXING BOUTS IN GREEN
As a preliminary to the battling
match betwveen Battling Budd and
Fearless Ferns at the Grand Thurs
(lay night of this week, it has been
announced that Leno Sweet, of Eas
ley, and "Whitie" Vaughn, of Green
ville, will fight 6 rounds. These. men
are. well knowvn locally and much in
terest is said to center~ in this fight
as well as in the main attraction of
the program.-Greenville News.
This is a rheumatism of the mus
cles of the bnck. It comes on sud
(denly and is quite painful. Every
movement aggravates the (disease. Go
to bed, keep qiet andl have Chamber
lain's Liniment a pplied andl a quick
recovery may beC expectedI. Mrs. F.
J. Dann, Brockport, N. Y., writes.
"I can honestly s:iy that Chamber
lain's Liniment eured me of lumbago
a year ago last summer. When I be
gan using it, I was~ flat on my back in
bed and could not turni to the left or
right. I had a bott'. of Chamber
lain's Liniment in the house and this
was applied to my back. It prompt
ly-drove'away the pains and aches."
LIBERTY ROUTE FOUR.
We are sorry to chronicle the ill
ness of Mrs. B. H. Whitmire. Bu
we are glad she is improving spm<
and we hope she will soon be out.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. N. Stansell, of
the Cedar Rock community visitec
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. S. Stansell.
Rev. and Mrs. Jim Davis and fam
ily, of Six Mire, took supper with Mr.
and Mrs. W. S. Stansell Sunday night,
Cold weather is keeping cotton
from coming up and a great many
people are planting over, but early
corn is looking pretty promising.
Mr. J. P. O'Dell had a mule to gel
into a mire last Sunday night, from
the ef'ects of which it died Tuesday
Miss Minnie Belle LaBoon speni
Saturday night with Miss Tina and
Mr. and Mrs. Verner Watson, of
the 'T'hree and Twenty community, ol
Anderson county, spent Saturda;
night with the latter's parents, Mrs
W. S. Stansell.
We are not much uneasy abouul
going hungry any longer for frie(
chicken and cherries are getting ripe
DR. ROBERT BOLT DAY DEAD.
)r. Robert Bolt Day, well kno'
and highly esteemed practicing phy
sician, of Pendleton, died at eigh1
o'clock Sund:-ay morning at Steed
ley's hospital at Chick Springs, fol
lowin a complicated illness of sev
er! weeks duration.
)r. Day was the oldest son of Mir
Elias Day of this city and was 4
years of age. lie is survived by hi
wife who was Miss Kate Eskew and
four children as follows: Messrs
Robert and Elias Day, Jr., and Misse
Nancy and Katherine Day, all of Pen
dleton. Besides his father he is als
survived by the following brother
and sisters: Mrs. M. A. Newton, o
Hendersonville, N. C.; Mrs. W. E
Iolcombe, of Westminster; Mrs. W
D. Sitton, of Easley; Mrs. T. W
Wyatt, of Greanville; Mrs. W. N
Scott, of Anderson, and Mr. J. C
Day, of Cowpens.
Funeral services and intermen
took place at Pendleton Monda3
afternoon, services being conducte<
by Rev. Mr. Pendleton, pastor of th(
First Baptist church, of which Dr
Day was a member.
The news of the death of this goo(
man will be received with great sor
row by a host of friends throughou
this section of the state.
RICES CREEK NEWS.
. Preaching., at Rices Creek chure!
every first Sunday afternoon at 3:01
o'clock and every third Sunda;
morning at 11:00 o'clock. Sunda;
school every Sunday afternoon a
3:00 o'clock. B. Y. P. U. every Sun
day evening at 7:30. Everybody in
vited to attend these services. Coin
muniion service will be observed ai
this place on next preaching day
which wvlil be the third Sunday.
On account of the hail storm, mnosi
of the farmers around here had thei:
cotton to plant over.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Carpen
ter, May 5th, a fine 'boy.
Mr. andl Mr's. S. C. McCall, of Siy
Mile, Spent one (lay last week at th<
home of Mr. and Mr's. J. S. Roper.
Mr. P. T. Nelson spent the wveek.
end with his sisters, Mrs. C. E. Gil)
son and Mrs. P. 1I. Boggs, of West.
The little danughter' of Mr. and Mrs
Ara Chapman, who has been very ill
is replor'ted some better' at this writ
Mr'. and MIrs. Er'nest Wa~ldr'o1
spent Saitlurday wvith Mr'. amid Mrs.
FredC~ Hlunter' of Easley,
Mr'. Earl Rogers and (laughter
Meil i., spenut parit of Suunday with his
daugh~2lter', Mr's. Clyde Holding of the
Pra'ters CI'reck section.
Mr'. andi Mrs. A. J. Rampey and
family spent last Sunday night at th(
home of their parents.
The relatives of Mrs. Liz Gibson
gave her a surprise birthday dinner
last Friday, it being her eightieth
Prompt delivery on your..Print
lng. High-grade work. Right
prices. Letter Heads, Bill Heads,
Statements, Envelopes, Circular
Work, Pamphlets, etc. Cotton
mill forms a specialty. Linotype
composition for the trade.
Telephone 47. Easley, S. C.
.MONEY TO LOAN.
On Improved Farms in P. .ans,
Oconee and Greenville counties. City
property, Greenville, Easley and
R. E. BRUCE, Pickens, S. C.
Offce Over Keowee Bank
Uncle Wash Stegall died at the
home of his son, Dosier Stegall, near
- Lathem on the 4th inst., and was
buried at Rock Springs church the
day following after, funeral services
conducted by Rev. John Wrenn, pas
tor of the church. Uncle Wash was
about 71 or 72 years old. He wam-a
good true man and was largely in
strumental in building the first
church house at Rock Springs and
also was on? of the charter members
I when the church was organized.
May the Lord bless the dear ones left
to weep for him.
Died at her home near Zion church
on the 5th inst., Miss Rebecca Sheriff,
in the seventy-seventh year of her
life. She was a devoted christian
and a member of Zion M. E. church
where h2r body was laid to rest on
the day following her death, after
funeral services conducted by her
pastor, Rev. C. R. White, assisted by
Rev. ). W. lJiott. She leavs three
brothers, Samuel and Exodus Sheriff
of Pickens county, and Alfred
"Buck" Sheriff of Orangeburg, S. C.,
one sister, Mrs. Mauldin, of Green
ville. Many nieces and nephews and
other relatives are left to mourn her
loss. We extend our heartfelt sym
pathies to the bereaved.
3. O. Williams, assistant state
- boys' club agent for South Carolina,
has ordered to address of his paper
- changed from Bishopville to Clem
- son College. Mr. and Mrs. Williams
- will shortly move to Clemson College
to make their home.
The many friends of Mr. Elias Day
3 will be glad to learn that he is im
I proving from injuries received a few%
days ago when he was run into by a
s small boy on a bicycle on the street:
- of Easley. He is still in the City
. Hospital in Greenville.
Georgia Cracker and
Farmer Favorite Cotton
Planters, $7.50 each.
" Reduced prices on fer
tilizer distributors and
Drag Harrows. Barr
R. GUY WYATT
Contractor and Builder.
Easley Lumber Co.
EASLEY, S. C.
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C
MARTIN & EARLE
Practice In All Courts
Pickens Office in Court House.
Greenville Office opposite Postoficee,
Your last chance to get furniture
at your owvn prices. This is the last
week of the auction sale at E. L~. &
G. B. Hamilton's furniture store.
Large crowdls are attending the
sale and our friends tell us they enn
have more fun at the auction sale
than they can at thez base ball game,
circus, or the picture show. Blear in
mindl, our sales are entertaining as
well as profitalile to the purchaser,
Free prizes giveni awvay at each and
every' sale. Tihe grand prize wvill be
given away at the last sale Saturdayv
E. L. & G. B3. lamilton,
P&S I t Easley, S. C.
1Effective May 9th, the
Chevrolet Motor Com..
pany announce a price
reduction on the Model
490 Touring Car of
'$175. This will make
the car sell for $750.00
delivered in Pickens
county. This pr ic e
makes the Chevrolet
an exceptional bargain,
and if you are thinking
of buying a car you will
not save anything by
waiting longer, as there
will be no further price
reduction this year. For
demonstration or .any
futher information, see
H. L.Barr, care Barr
Brs.Easley, S. C.
Of the condition of the Fort Hill Bank, located at Clemson College, S. C.
at the close of'business April-28, 1921. '
Loans and Discounts. .-U..
Overdrafts- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- . . 70,08454
Furniture aid-11ixtures -.~ ~.. - --_ -- '- - - - -- -.. 10.67
Hanking House -- ----- ---- ----- -- - -- .- -- 2,000.00
r)ue from Banks and Bankers - - - ----- - 14,387.77
Gurrencyld ~~ ~~~-~- ~~~~-- ~'~'----- -- -- . .... 2,027.00
Soldr-an- Oe-- 5i---rC ---------------------- 5.00
Silver and Other Minor Coin 377
Checks and Cash Items-~~-~~-~~-~~-~~-~~-~~-~~-- -. 124.97
' -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- -- ..- .... 124.98
TOTAL-- ------------------------ --- -. .-$ 91,017.68
Capital Stock Paid in A 13,100.00
Surplus Fund-...-...--.~~ -~- ~ ~ - ---- - 1,100.00
Undivided Profits, less Current Expenses and Taxes Paid_ 1 899.32
Dividends Unpaid 8.00
Individual Deposits Subject to Check - - -. ~$ ~41,740.09.
Time Certificates of Deposit-------..-.-.-... 33,805.40
Cashier's Checks ---- - -- -- - -- -.. - . . . 386.87 75,932.3G
TOTAL-- -- -- -- -- -- -- --- - -- --$ 91,017.68
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens. SS.
Before me came F. C. Anderson. Cashier of the above named bank,
who, being duly sworn, says that the above and foregoing statement is a
true condition of said bank, as shown by the books of said bank.
P. C. Anderson.
Sworn to and subscribed before nie this 9th day of May, 1921.
P. S. MeCollum,
Notary Public, S. C.
B. F. Robertson,
S. W. Evans,
F. C. Anderson,
Of the condition of the Keowee Bank, located at Pickens, S. C., at the close
of business April 28, 1921.
Loans and liscounts -- - - --$153,706.29
Overdrafts . .:46.28
Furniture and l"ixt.ures-- ------------------------- 2,465.00
)ue from Hanks and Bankers--11,599,00
Currency .- -- - - --- ---- 785.00
Gold .. i.. . Coin_-- - ---_------------- - 0.00
Sliver and other .inor Co 03
Checks and~ (a.h lttins ------ --------------------1:31.99
T O T A .._. " - -- -- - - -- -- - ... _- _ .$153,709.29
Capital Stuck Paid in-- ------------------- ----$ 25,000.00
Surplus Fund------------------,-- ._.-..-- -_ 6,250.00
Unidivided Profits, less Current Expenses and Taxes Paid - 3,343.50
Due Banks and B~ankers---------------------98.04
- .ividends Unpaid 12.00
Inividuall Deposits Suibject to Cheek _----_ $ 79,023.93
Savings Deposits _- _ _------"-- _- -- -42,046.92
Time Certi-icates of eposit .365.00
Cashier's Checks 60.2 1 22,096.05
Bills Payable, including Certificates ..r Money B...ro.ed - _ 1 1,500.0
TOTAL ... --.---. --....$109,299.59
State of SouthI Carolina,
County of P'ieketis. SS.
Before mue came .1. C. Carey, Cashier of the above named bank,
who, being duly sworn, says that the above axd foreoig statement is a
true condition of said ba k, as sho. . by the books of said bak.
J1. C. Carey.
SIvorn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of May, 1921.
J1. 11. Bruce,
Notary Public, S. C.
J. P. Carey,
A. J. Bogg ,
J. C. Carey,
Of the condition of the Bank of Six Mile, located at Six Mile, S. C., at the
close of business April 28, 1921.
Loans and Discounts ---------.,.----- -.... --._-..-..$ 41,159.21
Furniture and Fixtures---- --------..--........................1,213.77
Banking House....-_------------------_.-----......-..-..-...... ,80.00
Currency---------_ - -.--..-- . _ - ....... 7.60.00
Silver and Other Minor Coin----------.....__--...........--71.19
TOTAL ---- ---__-------_--_..-_..-.._----..-..--.._$ 45,213.17
Capital Stock Paid in._-_------- ---- ----------.....---....-$ 15,000,00
Surplus Fund _. _ _ - - _ .. _ _ _ . ... . ... _ 1,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Current Expenses andl Taxes Paid .. .. .. 240.73
Due to Banks andl Bankers--------- ------ ------ ----..-....--.. 42.O1
Individual D)eposits Subject to Check..-.,..-....-.$ 20,000.00
Savings Deposits-..._-- -------------..-.-.....-..8,632.62
Cashier's Checks-...-..-...-.--...-........-...-... -.... 96.91 28,729.53
Total_------..--_ --.._--....---....-----.. ...-.. . .. -.....-..$ 45,213.17
State ot' South Carolina,
County of Pickens. SS.
Before ine came .1. HI. Bruce, presidlent of the abIove niamedl bank,
who, being duly sworn, say's that, the ab~ove and fore~going statement is a
trute c~onditiont of saidl bank, as shiowni by the bo(oks of said bank.
J1. HI. Bruce.
Sworn to~ andl subscribed before me this 9th day of' May, 1 921.
JT. C. Carey,
Corrct.Attst:Notary Pu blic, S. C.
J1. 11. PHrnee,
(if the (condition of the P iek en Banik, loc'at ed at Pickenis, S. C., at the close
ofsiness A p~ril 28th, .1921.
I .nans and Discounts-...- ......---- -..-...-... -.-..-...-..-..- ..$385,355.01
Overdrafts ............- .. ...- .... - -....- ..-..- ...-.. -... 3,475.70
Bonds and Stocks Owned by the Bank ---.......-...-...-...-...-...23,200.00
Banking House-....-.... -.... -_... --....- .. ...- ....- ._- ...- ....-.. 1 0,000.00)
Oilier Real Estate Owned.... -----------.-...-........_-....---....--987.31
IDue from Banks and Bankers ........- .-..-..- ....-...108,155.36
Gold .. ...-'-......-...-.- -._-... ...- ...-... .. 552.50
Silver and Other Minor Coin....-...-...-...-.......-...-...-... ... .... 1,276.00)
Checks and Cash Items-...- ..- ..- .. ........- ...- ....-....-... -.... -.... 564.50)
Other Resources, viz.: in transit....-...-...-.... -............ -... -... -.... 25.00
TOTAL...--....-....-.-.-.. -.... ..-- ....--.....-- ...$546,376.38
Capital Stock Paid in-.........-....-....-....-...-....-...$ 20,500.0@
Surplus Fund-...-...-..-...-...-..-...-...-...-.... - - -- -. 20,500.00
Undivided Profits, less Current Expenses and( Taxes Paid .. .. .. 1,1 70.1 1
Due to Banks andl Bankers--.....-.....-....--.....-.-..-...-386.42
In d ividIual De posits Subject to Check-..-....-....-.$275,366.75 .
Savings D~eposits-...- ......- ...- ...-...-...-...-...-...227,408.89
Cashier's Checks-...- ...- ..- ...- ................-...-... ,0-[1.21 503,81 9.85
TOTA L............. -- ---- ------ .. .....$546,376.38.
Slate of South Carolinia,
County of Pickens. SS.
Before me came Frank Mclall, vice pre~side'nt o the above named
bank, who, being dluly sworn, says that the above and foregoing statement is
a true condlition of said bank, as shown by the boo'ks of said bank.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th (lay of May, 1921.
WV. E. Findley,
Notary Public, S. C.
J. H. Bruce,
Di rec tors.