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S. pervisor of Pickens county and of f..r of Supervisor of Greenville c nty up to and including Monday, A z. 29th, aid on Tuesday, Aug. . -h, bids will be opened and eon t- et will b' awarded or bids reject c for th .)uilding of concrete and w -.onry Ui' and erecting steel 1: alge over South 'Saluda River at known as [lagood's Bridge. 1 ins and .acitans on tile' at S; pervisor's ohcee in Pickens and ( cenville, S. C. All bidders will be required to de p )sit certified chock for ten per cent of bid with bid. J. T. McKinney, Supervisor Pickens Co. H. P. Dill, Supervis r Greenville Co. -CRAIG'S SINGLE COMB -RHODE ISLAND REDS. Winner's at leading Southern -,.hows for past 15 years. Eggs for fall hatching at $1.50 per settnig of 15. Can deliver by parcel post. 3t E. E. CRAIG, Pickens, S. C. NAIL IT ON THE HEAD. That's one of the best tests of lun ber you can make. If it splits in the u :e of the right sized nail, thi lun. her is not tirst. gral' ia( not what you paid for. If y'.:" .>rder calls for a low grati' for r iugh purpo;ey, we have that, too. SINGING CONVENTION. The Liberty township singing con. 'ention will nu.et with the S"c'onI church at Liberty the third Sundlay afternoon at 1 :30 o'clock. Ev;' - iooly invited to come. All good singers invited. R. C. Robinson, President. C. E. Rogers, Sec -inl Te. ALONG LIBERTY ROUTE ONE. Health in this con.: very g)Aood at this writinte .~ir. m i .r. :h - , A and A. r. Robert. Hw'n 'uests of Mir. anti .\lr r fi' M. Clardy Mrs. Nute and M rs. I larry Knight and four rons and Mrs. K B. C. vis ited th home of Mr. and Mrs. Can trell of [Basley Thursday and re ported a nice time. Dr. W. M. Clardy was the guest of Rev. Martin Smith Thursday. Mrs. Mattie Clardy and daughter, Miss Lydia, and two sons, George nad Frank, were the visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Adcox, Sunday. Little Miss Aleen and Mittie Clardy were the guests of their grand parents Sunday. Mr:. K. B. C. attended preaching Sunday at Golden Creek. We sure were glad to see Sher. man and Crayton Tdcox and Sam Phillips at preaching Sunday. Mr. Furmian G;illespie is very sick att this writing. Mi'. Marioni and oe Kelley have gone to Liberty on buisiniess today. K. 13. C. INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS. Mirs. Ada C. Alexander is local r'epr'esentative of' the Mutual Benefit Insurance Co. of Newark, N, J., one of the best life. insur'ince complanies in the wori'a. She also handles fire, acient and all k ids tf insuriance \ y one a'oish in g in suiranco' of any LIw'il I dI well t oaie her O 0' >r-li i le: 'of 'h'ebu HUNCER, THE BE-ST SAUCE. Iauc i u 'ed to creaOt a a ppe.l))tite~ ora rlish foar thy foodl. Tlhe right way iS tO look to ''ourI (Iigestion. Wheni you have goodl digestioni you are certaini to relish your food. digestion, cri' ai ' he'althy appetite and c'ias a ;niIoe e bowels. MONEY TO LOAN. On Improved Farma in Pickens, Oconee and Greenville counties.. City property, Greenville. Easley and Seneca. R. E. BRUCE, Pickens, S. C. Office Over Keowee Bank. *MsncTemple, Greenville, S. C. *~ * eI. .Mrtn Whereas a petition has been fitqd with the County Superintendent of Education, containing onle-third of the qualitied electors and resident freeholders of Rock School District No. 43 and Ncw rown School Dis tc:Nt No. .,r, reue.tng an election in the abov a zinmed school districts, for th' pp of determtuining whehe: ".r a.>t the above named schooi di-.ricti shall be consolidatei; : apierm; t) the County Boar(i ,f Educa.itmn that the requirements "? the I:.w I te b- en conplied with, it is here)y :ired that on August 27th an eie '.:fn be held at Rock whoo! hou for the above stated pu rpose. J. A. Chastain, W. R. Edens and R. J. Jones are hereby appointed as managers of the election, and are to conduct the el:tion according to the rules of a gemal e!ection. F. V. Clayton, ree. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE. hereby given that I will make appl:cati.n to N. A. Christo oher, l'q., Judge of Probate for c unty, in th - State of : rol:na, on T.hursday the 1st L ptmber, 1921, at 11 : the forenoon, or as soon C a.< ai'l application can be ~lav t)> make tinal set of the personal estate of a" Ma .ien, deceased, and ob iitin di.-,haeo as administratric of Mrs. Russel M. Madden,, Il $ Administratrix. HUNTING LICENSE READY. The 1921 hunting license are out md can be had at the office of the clerk of court, or L. B. O'Dell, chief tame warden, Easley, S. C. Li "ense.; anm being placed at vantage jfointf throughout the county for the people's convenjieni. . The Hunting Law R,-iLed. On ccount of the huntin, fleense ^r tlis ; -ison having been pr'inted before thi act of 19.21 cane from the han :i.; of twet ptt'rmte :t was ;m:-"i ont the' bk of the license that the 4eae>: for suirrels, raccoons, cabbit:; gmni oos.<uuma wou1Hi open Oct. 1 and close after March 15. The 1921 Legislature however passed the following act from which it will be seen that squirrels, raccoons, rabbits and opossums may be hunted from Sept. 1 to March 1. Act No. 167. Acts of 1921. Section 1. Be it inacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina that the closed sea son for hunting squirrels, raccoons, rabbits and opossums in this state <hall be from March 1 to Sept. 1 of .each year. (Signed) L. B. O'Dell, Chief Game Warden. SAME OLD STORY BUT A GOOD ONE. Mrs. Mahala Burns, Savanna, Mo., relaites~ an experience, the like of which has happened in almost every neighborhood in this country, and has been told and related by thous ands of others, as follows: "I used a bottle of .Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy about nine years ago) and it eured me of flux~ (dysen-. tery). I had ano)ther attack of the uim' 'om paint thre or four years -di a (w 1o.rs. of this remedy b~ we remmmcnd ed it !0 t - V i e '-harged. BIRTH. MIr. aini Mr-.. '.. I.. H~ouston an no0unho t bilr'h of a da.ghter, Matrtham Il:~ ib'i .1 A mwust 9th, 192l. FOR COTTON WE!GHEPj. dlate. f coitton1 wveigher for thc town S turday. A ugust 2fl, 1921 . .Object to the rubs.- of the l)kmocrat-pi F. L. WEBB, M. D. Physiciani and Surgeon. Cateechee, S. C. DR. J. L. AIKEN Dentist. Reasonable Prices. Masonic Bldg., Plckeons, . C. Office of County Supt. .of Education of Pickens County. Whereas a petition from the free holders and -electors of Ambler School District No. 37, has been filed Lch the County Board of Education i' i kens county. asking said board emission to hold ax election in said l0')i district tj da t 'rmine whether )r no t five mills extr:a levy shall be !ivi :n said school district for dchool purposes;, It appearing to the CTunty Board of Education that the petition meets the requirements of the law, there. fore, it is ordered that the trustees :it the above named school district do hold.an election Aug. 20th, 1921, at the school house for the above stated purpose. The trustees are to be managers and .shall conduct the election as all general elections are co iducted, and in accordance with * 'on 1208 of the school lhw. Th . v''1 ;e open.i front 0 a. i. to p. c:. By order of the County Board of Education for Pickens county. F. V. Clayton, t47 Sec. and Chairman. NOTICE OF ELECTION. Othk ' of County 'Supt. ofmin of Pickens Count-. Whereas a petition fr m the fr:'e halders and electors of iagood SchoolI District No. :38, hi:; h 'en filed with the County Board of Education *f Pickens county, asking mi board 0rmli.5sion to hold an electtn in s;ai school district to det-3rmine whether or not six mills extra levy shall be levied in said school district for =chool purposes; It appearing to the County Board i' Education that the petition meets the requirements of the law, there fore, it is ordered that the trustees 'f the above nai'd school district dlo hold an election Aug. 20th, 1921, i HEagood school house for the abo n ated purpose. The trustees are to be manager:; :tnd shall conduct the 'le-'tipn is ill general elections are ~ndu :t'd and in accordance with 'tion l203 of the school law. The polls will be open front 8 a. in. to 4 p. n. B. order of the County Board of Education for Pickens county. F. V. Clayton, 2t-17 Sec. and Chairman. WOOD YARD FOR PICKENS. I have opened a wood yard in Pickens and am prepared to furnish the people with oak and pine wood for stove or treplact and in any lengths. My yard is at the Pickens depot. Can also furnish white oak fence posts. Ant still running a public dray and prepared to do hauling of .all kinds on short notice. E have a complete wood saw outfit and can go to your house and saw your wood. A. A. Pace. tf Phone 3213. Pickens. WATCHES lf you are thinking of buying any thing in the JIewlery line, it will pay you to come ir and het u-i show you w.vhat we~ have. .We have most gradles e G;Of'Tl BEND. EULGI. anid WA L GodGold )( tilled and nickle cases. A an 0, -sh> you ver ou line .. a ;lV'sys gladI t') do so. FL Snider Jeweier and Optometrist E ASLEY, S. C. NOCEl OF DESSOLUJT[ON. Notice y. hereby givm that the ,artnrshjip heretofor-' existing be wVeen the unodersigned , E. L.. .Jones mi' Bl. L.. H"edricks, in the owner 'hip and managoment of the general isxrhandis3 business knowvn as E. L,. r-nes & Hendricks, Easley Rt r. D. 1, has heeni by mutual consent dias, iolved, by the said E. L. Jones pur 3hasing the intetest of the said- B.' ,. Hendricks in the said business. 11I accounts will be received by E. 5. Jones and he will pay all indebt ~dness of said firnm. This the 20th day of m~e 192I. E1. r,. Jones. it B. L. Hendricks. Good quality Dress Ginghams, a OW patterns. l1e andl 1rc. Bnnett The State of South Carolina, County of .Picketts. By N. A. Christopher, Probate Judge. Whereas, J. M. Wade mad3 suit to t, : grant him Lettet~s of Adninis t.: of the Estate hnd effe'cts of . re, t:erelorte, to cite and si i- all and singular the Kin deitrs of th? said J. T. Wa i'. di Tea'i, that they be and ap pe ir ;) %fare me, in the Court of Pro b. to be hteld at Pickens onl 19th -i:. of August, next, after publica ti,: Ii r of, at 11 o'clock in th e fore noon, to show cause, if any they have, why the said Admniistration ;hould not be granted. Given under my hand this 8th day )f August, Anno Domini, 1921. N. A. Christopher, 2t-17 Judge of Probate. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARC E. Notice is hereby given that I will make application to N. A. Christo pher, Es1., JuIge of Probate for P e:k : e)unty, in the State of "aurh Carolina, Montulay, the 5th or September, 1921, at 11 . . : the foren oon, or -s soon : t i application can be he ti. fto.- leiave to make tinal settle. S:n'tt of th. p'rs')nal estate of Mag. 1). Johnston, deceaised . and obta1in - . guardian of said estate T. (;. .J-Ihnsto)n, 1c-i 9 (uardiai . NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE. Notice is hereby given that I will maike application to N. A. Christo oher, Esq., Judge o.f Probate for Pick ens county, in the State of South Carolina, on Saturday, the 5th day of Se)tebiher. 1921, at it )'<:lock in th.' toren )on, or as soon chetrafter a; ui i application can be Ie )rd, for leave ti make inatl set lenent uof the personal estate of Frecd W. Holeomtlb-3, dciFeasedi, and ;)h ltin discharge at admlinutrator of s.)Il estate!. T. L. Hblc lbe, 4 1-l9-10 Administrator. Fresh shipment Sweet Sixteen; dour, the best quality plain flour sold. it Easley. We can prove it. Give it a trial. Bennett Mercantile Co. Jelly Glasses going at 46c dozen to close out. Bennett Mercantile Co. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT AND DISCHARGE. Notice is hereby given that I will make application to N. A. Christo pher, Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens county, in the State of South Carolina, on Monday, the 5'th day of September, 1921, at 11 o'cloch in the' forenoon, or as soon thiere after as said application can be heard, for leave to make final set.. tlement of the personal estate of Ma~ggieD. Johnston, minor, and ob.. tain discharge as guardian of said, estate. T. G.. Johnston, 4t-L9 'Guardian. F'OR SALE-Two cars No. 2 and. :3'3 Packers Tin Cans with solder hemmed caps. The 3's are packed 100s and 500s to container, the 2's packed 125s and 500s. We are naiga special p)rice :$3.85 per hunrd' ' 3' c and $2.95 per hun-f -i:. I mn .'s :. o. b. An ior'm, S. C.1 h roona 1bl pri. - t them. W ri tc for pr': >-ka I' bbt~itry, M4 echanic O'.e.ra!!s ) tt'l 1( boys. Union ma'. tc UysDea ment Store, Easley. Closing out prices3 on Votan cof fee. Every can guaranteedI to giver enttire .atisfacU->: or you0r moniey back. Bennett .\fr.:ntile Co. * WANTIED-T!: tratd a dry cow or~ An Grav t y, '- , Liberty, S. C. 2t Gi. Gi. CHRISTOPHER Attorney-*at-Law. Practice in all Courts. Office over Pickens Bank. 7 Pickens, S. C. 1 I. J. McSwain Sam B. Craig 7 reenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C. M-:SWAIN & CRAIG Lawye're Praccico in State and Feddeal Courts Pickena~ Ome hong 391 1827 . ERSKINE C( Due West, Eighty-four years of Continuous Unwavering Adh rence to Chris Scholarship. Cour;es: A. 13., 13. S., M. A., Pr< Literary Societies Emphasized. [ntercollegiate Contests in Delb Worthy of Comparison. Adequate Endowment and Equi Board in College Home at Cos Moderate. For Catalogue and Application I ERSKINE CO 18 Due West, r IMPROVED Si VIA SOUTHERN RAIL EFFECT Jh/E SUNDAY, AUC GREATLY AC'CELLiERA' BETWEEI ATLANTA, WASHINGTO A COMPLET DOUBLE TRA( No. 133 No. .18 Atlanta New York-Ne .v. A tlanta (E. T.) 12Special Orleans Ltd Lv. Seneca - - - - 3:46 p. m. 4:41 p. ni Lv. Gyrenville - - 4:55 p. m. 5:55 p. m iv. Spartanburg - 5:55 p. m. 6:55 p. n Lv. Gatney- . - - 6:27 p. m. ,x. Blacksburg - - :4 p. it. 7:45 p. n Lv. Charlotte - - 8:10 p. t. 9:10 p. nm A r. Wa.hingtoin . 7:40 a. mn. 8:40 a. in Ar. New Yoi - - 1:30 p. m. 2:40 p. mo FOUR TRAINS DAILY. Now Convenient side line connections at .) All trains carry high .lass coache: I 38. which is a solid pullman train. Pullman Drawing- Roomo Sleeping Ca and New York. Dining cars serving all inc For convenience and comfort, trave Call on Ticket Agents for full inf address: W. E. McGee Division Passenger Agent . Columbia, S. C. WE ARE UNLOADIN 1 car Cotton Se4 2 cars C'otton Se 2 carg Flour. Prices right on WAhen in need ol in thie feed line triaL MORRffS & PiCKENS CABINE' We Have On Hand a SCREEN DO With Galvanized Wire Screen Windows at $1 ~$12.50 up, Screen Hards all sizes, Doors-best mn Casings, Beaver Board. Come or Write us for any TH-E PICKENS RAILROAl Schedule No. 1 Supersedes Schedule No. 18. Effee MIXED STATION No. 1 No 3 Dist. :00 a m 12:0.0 m -0 Lv. Pickens, S. :05 am 12:05 pm * 1 Fergusor :15 am 12:15 pm .* 4 Sherif1's :2Oa m 12:20 pm * 5 Parsons :25 am 12:25 pm * 7 Arial :30 a m 12:30 p m * 8 Mamuldin :25 a m 12:35 p m 9.3 A r. EASLEY, *No agent. All trains difly except .Trains Nos. 1 and 3 connect with Sou een Nos. 2 andl 4 connect with Southern For further information call on A pproved: J. P. CA R5RY Pr,.dn.I~a )LLEGE S. C. )2 Service, I Jan Character and 'Thorough -Medical, Specia &' alte, Oratory and Athletics -r pment. t. Price in Private Homeos lank, write to LLEGE 4 S. C.+ .4 RVIICE AY SYSTEM U-ST14 ,19. TiiED SCHEDULES IN and NEW YORK E .K LINE No. :30 No. 36 w Birmingham New York-New Special Orleans Exp. 5:00 p. m. 1:00 a. m. 8:20 p. m. 4:55 a. m. 9:40 p. m. 6:25 a. m. 10:40 p. in. 7:35 a. m. 1l :14 p. m. 8:10 a. m. 11:32 0 i. 8:30a.m. 1:05 a. m. 10:15 a. m. 12 :35 p. m. 11:00 p. n. 6:10 p. n. 6:45 a. m, A Fam.,>aas Reirul..r.-iftr. unction Points. ") WTisihington exetpt train No. iS on ll train.; to Washingtfon atk. on th Southern Railway. )rnation, reservations, etc., or R. C. Cotner District Passenger Agentc Spartanburg, S. C. 3 THIS WEEK ad Meal. ad Hulla. all. anything guie us a f WORKS di Sizes of ORS!i at $2.50 Each. .00, Ice Boxes at vare, Windows ide, Mouldings, thing in our iline, ) COMPANY. 9 tive June 2G6th, 1921. S No. 2 No. 4.'. C. Ar. 9:15a m 3:40p m 9:10 am 33:40 pm 9:03 am 3:85 pm 9:00 am 3:30O'pm 8:55 am 3:25p m 8:50 am 3:15-pm m 3. C. Lv. 8:46 am 3:10 pm Sund(ay. thorn Railway Nos. 20 and 40. Railway Nos. 12 and 39. 3. T. TAYLOR, General Manager.