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Pigks Seminel-Jouru1
;;= 1VEi7 THURSDAY XORYfl G.
-BY
as. Sntnel-ouraal Company,
j. L. 0. THOMPSON. EDITOR.
rTelephone 32
OUbCription $1.00 Per Annum.
- - . Advertiidng R-ttes Reasonable.
SUW SSpU&kews FoGtOfbCe an Second Clas
Man1 Matter
PICKENS, S. C.:
ThUESDAY OCTBER 28. 1909.
Tax Sales.
By virtue of tax executirns issued
by B. D. Garvin, County Treasurer, and
to me directed and placed in niy hands,
I will sell to the highest bidder on sales
day in November, 1909, in front of the
COurt house door, during the legal hours
for sale, the fullowing described real
etate, to wit:
County of Pickei s.
vs
Mrs. H. Grimshaw.
AU that piece, parcel or tract of land
in EAstjtO Township State and Coun
ty aforesaid, c)ntain;nr l.ne thousand
acres (1 01) iore r h-s-, bmund-t b.,
lands Of C, 11. stansel Ilg Lauel cret-k
and others. levied on as the property of
Mits H. Gri 'shaw wili be sold to satisfy
tax execution against s tid property.
Terms. Cah.
Taiv Oct. 9, 19- 9
County of Pickens.
vs
Sam N. Wyatt.
All that piece, pare.-l or tract of land
in Liberty Tow nhip State and County
ato,esiid. cuntaining due lundred and
three acres (103)nore or es bounded
by lands of Tomps Lesley, W. A. Neal,
R. F. Wyatt and others, levied on as the
property of Sam N. Wyatt will be sold
tosat'sly tax execution against said
property.
Terms: Cash.
This Oct. 7. 1909.
County of Pickens,
vsa.
Border State Lumber Co.
All that piece, parcel or tract of land
in Pumpkintown Township State and
Conn-y aforesaid, containing five hun
dred and fifty four acres (554) more or
less, bounded by lands of Edwin Hookes,
Calhoun Masters. Saluda River and oth
era, levied on as the property of Border
State Lumber Co. will be sold to satisfy
tax execution against said property.
Terms: Cash.
This Oct. 7, 1909.
- RI. U. Roark.
Sheriff Pickers County
Cierk's Sale.
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickene.
in Common Pleas Court.
Essie E. Bowen and J. T. Taylor, a's ad
ministrators, Plaintiffs,
against
H. B. Bowen, et al., Defendants.
In pursuance of a decretal order made
in the above stated case and on file in
the clerk's office, I will sell to the high
est bidder during the legal hours for sale
at Pickens court house, S. C., on sales
day in November, 1909, the following
described real estate, upon thetem
hereafter mentioned, towit:
First: All that piece, parcel, or tract
of land situate and being in the state
and county aforesaid, bounded by lands
of Julius Parsons, Alexander, J. E. Ha
good and others, and known as the
'Lead nine" tract, containing two hun
dred and eighty-seven acres, be the same
nmore or less. Said land was deeded to
R. E. Bowen by the executor of the es
tate of W. J. Duffie, dec'd.
Second: All that certain piece, par
cel, or tract of land, situated, lying and
being in the above named state and
county, and containing six hundred and
fifty (650) acres, more or less, the same
lying in Hurricane township Pickens
county, and known as the Timothy
O'Bryant lands. For a more complete
description of this tract of land refereuce
ts hereby made to the Chain of Title to
these lands, as will appear from the re
cords in the office of the Register Mesne
Conveyance for said county and state.
Ternis: All cash as to the two hun
dred eighty-seven (287) acre, or "Lead
Nine" tract, and one half cash as to the
six hundred fifty (650) acre C r Timothy
O'Bryant tract, with leave to the pur
chaser to pay all cash. The cre'dit por
tion to be for one year from day of sale
with interest thereon at the rate of eight
percent per annum, and to b'e secured by
a bond of the purchaser and a motgage
of the premises. If the terms of sale are
not complied with in one hour after sale
the premises will be resold at the rask of
the former purchaser on the same day.
Purchaser, or purchases, are to pay
for all papers, and for Recording the
same.
A. J. Boggs. (Seal)
Clerk of Court,
Mower blades ground at the
"Fix-it" Shop, at a reasonable
prnce.
-FOR SALE - Silver Laced
Wyandotte eggs. $1.00 per 15.
Guarantee a natch of 8 out of
15 J. T. PARTRIDGE.
-Blue Straw wheat and Red
Oats for sale. G. A. Ellis.
-Oh, my! What a pity that
people will suffer with their
back andkidneys when relief can
obtained. All doubt and worry
is removed and pain relieved by
the use- of Hallumn's Backache
Pills. If yon can obtain relief
by the use of them, why not do
so? Those who have not tried
can learn of their efficacy by
asking friends and neighbors.
The Pickens Drug Co. Pickens,
S. C. are sole dist*rbutcrs and
n ytie guarantee.
Clerks Sale.
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
In pnisnance of a decrotai order
made in the folfowing named case and
on file in the Clerks office, I will sell
to the highest bidder durine the legal
hours of sale at Pickens C H. R. C.
on salesday in November 19 1). the fl
lowing described real estate upon tbe
terms hereafter mentioned to wit;
Herbert G. Ownbey eial (Piff.)
against
Edna Bull. (Deft)
All that certain r par-el or
tract of land in the sit I coun t.v and
state aforesaid bounded on the north
by S. B. Freeman, on snath b- 3. M.
Gossett, west heirs of .. R. Gossett,
containing ninety acres more or los
more fully described in deed recorded
in Book "G" page 70.
Terms: One half cash and the bal
ance on a credit of twelve months.
The credit portion to he secured by i
bond of the purchaser and a mortgage
of the premises with Interest from dav
of sale on the credit portion, with theP
privelege of the purchaser or purcias
ers paying all caso on day of sale.
Terms of sale must be complied
with in one bour after sale (or it wil
be resold on day of sale. Purchaser
to pay f)r all Papers and recording
the same
A. J. (Ioggs (seal)
Clerk of Court
Clerks Sale
State of South Carolina.
County of Pickens.
In Common Pteas Court.
Warren Reid etal (Piffs)
against *
Mary Jones (Defendant)
In pursuance of a decretal order in
the obove stated case by Hon. Chas.
Dantzler dated June 9th 1909 and on
file in the Clerks office, I will sell to
the highest bidder on salesday in No
vember 1909 during the legal hours
for sale at Pickens Court House S. C.
the following tracts of land to wit.
All that piece parcel or tract of land
in the county of Pickens and state
aforesaid adjoining lands of H. T.
Pace, Mac Fowler and Elisha Free
man, containing one hundred and fifty
and one-fourth (150acres) more or less
Terms cash. Purchasers to pay for
papers and for recording the same
Terms of sale must be complied with
in one hour after sale or the land will
be resold.
A. J. Boggs (seal)
Clerk of C ouit.
Clerks Male
State of South Caroima.
County of Pickens.
In Common Pieas Court.
Z. L, Chamblin as administrator,
Plaintiff,
vs
A. ks. Riggins et al., Defehdants.
In pursuance of a decretal order in
the above stated csse by Hon. Chas G.
Dantzler dated June 9th 1909, and on
file in the clerks office, I will sell to
the highest bidder on salesday in Nov.
1909. during the legal hours for s:ale
at Pickens Court House S. C the follow
ing tracts of land to wit:
All that piece parcel or lot of land
in the town of Liberty county and
state aforesaid, on South street known
as Ijin lot consistir.g of two parts, first
part containing 77 .03) of an acre ex
ept a corner on the west side deeded
to Job F. Smith, second part being
on thessouth corner of said lot more
fully described ini a deed fiom Job F.
Smith to M. A. Boggs and D. A.
Chamblin and has tbe fo,llowing metes
and bounds, beginning at a stone 3xo
at .street thence N 77 E. 2. WV. 168 tb
a stone 3xo thence S 2 1.2 E 15 to
stone 3x, thence S. 75 W 2, 92 to a
stone 3x thence S. 15 E 2 58 to begin
ing corner con:aining seven eights
(7-8) of an acre more or less: also all
the machinnrv now on said lot consist
ing of one 40 horse power Atlas Engine
nd boilor. 3 70-raw Pratt Gins, dou
ble box press and suction system com
plete, one lathe, one grist mill, one
saw mill and 3 1-2 ton wagon scales.
Tetme cash. Terms of sale must be
compl1 el with within one hour after sale
or it will be resold on same day. Pur
chaser or purchasers are to pay for all
agers andfor the recording of the
same.
A. J. Boggs, (seal)
Clerk of Court.
Sheriff's Sale.
State of South Carolins
County of Pickens
In Common Pleas Court.
Essie E. Bowen and J. T, Taylor, as
admiistrators. (Puff)
vs
H. 0. Bowen et al, (Deft)
By virture of a Decree in this case
signed by his Honor Robert Aldrich,
'residinlg Judge and on file in the
Clerk's office in Pickens County and
dated the 1st day of October A.
1909, I will sell to the highest bidde~
on saleeday in November 1909 in
front of the Court House door during
the legal hours of sale the following
describerd real estate to wi;:-All that
piece parcel or tract of land lying and
bene in Pickens County and State
aforesaid on waters of Clear Creek
aters of Twel e Mile River and ad
joining lands of James Ferguson,
Silas Williams, Susan Evatt and oth
ers, containing one hundred and eigh
ty six acres more or less.
Terme of .sale cash. Purchaser to
pay for all papers and for recording
the same.
R. R. Roark,
Sheriff Pickers County.
R.KING'S NEW DISCOVER)
Wil Surelr Stan That Celh. I
Clerk's Sale.
State of S->ath Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
Pickens Bank, a corporation, Plaintiff
against
E. F. Keith, et al, Defendants.
In rtirstatce of a devretal ocder
made in the above stated case and on
file iw, rhe clerk's uffi:,e, I will sell to
tWe hazest bidler durific the legal
hours for sale at Pickens court house,
S. C., on sakscay in November, 1909,
the followinit described real eitate,
upon the terms her-inafter mentioned :
First: Sixteen acres of land in the
above named county and state, adj-)in
ing lands of C E Robinson, Mary E
Alexander, and others, and conveyed
to E F Keith by J MeD Brace about
1902.
Second: Seventy-five acres of land,
deeded to E F Keith, by the Sinking
Fnud Commiss:on, through Sheriff J
H G McDaniel, an I knuwn as ths Bob
Kelly lands.
Third: The Cornelinq Keith 1in i-,
voin'aining threq buntre i and fifqv
three b53) acres, mre or less, dl,ied
t. E F Keith by Sinking Ftnd Com
mnsian, in 1902. throusgt Sneii! J 11
G MeDiniel.
Fourth: The Keith Qu1rter, (n-.
taining eighty '8 1) acres, m ir' r ls
deeded tp E F Keith by Mrs. A!in
Reid and otbers
Fifth. All the right. titll and in
terest of E F Keith in all that liece,
parcel or triact of land containing five
hundred and forty (540) acres, more
or less, belongidg to the estste of
Stephen D Keith, and adjoininic ain 1s
of Rebecca Roper, I-la Eirod, Welborn
Elrod, Waddy Puillips add bothrs.
Sixth: All the right, titl., and im
terest of E F Keith in all that piec.',
parcel or tract of land in said county
ani state aforesaid, containing two
hundred and forty-five (245) acres,
more or less, on Stool mountain, ad
joining lands of Calhonu Masters, W
A Maste-s, Renben Burgess, J D Mas
ters, and other lands of the said E F
Keith.
Terms: One half cash and the bal
ance on a credit of twelve months, the
credit portion to be secured by.a bond
of the purchaser or purenasers and a
mortgage or mortgages of the premises
with interest from day of sale on the
credit portion at the rate of eight per
ce3t per annnm, with the privilege of
the purchaser or pu-c'iasers paying all
cush on day of sale.
Terms of sale must be complied with
within one hour after saiA or it will be
resold on the same day at the risz of
the former purchaser or purchasers.
Purebaber or purchasers are to pay
for all papers and for tbe reclording
of. the same
A J BOGGS, (seal.)
Clerk of Court.
Clerks Sale.
State of giouth Carolina.
County of Pickens.
In Common Pleas Court.
In pursuance of a decretal order and
an order of foreclosure made in the
following named case and on file in
the Clerks office, I will sell to the
highest bidder during the legal hours
for sale at Pickens C. H. S. C. on
salesday in November 1909 the follow
ing described real estate upon the
terms hereinafter mentioned towit:
I M. Mauldin (Plaintiff)
vs
B. R. Tolbert (Defendant)
All that lot piece and parcel of land
situate, lying and being situate in
Picens county S C. west of the townU
of Pickens fronting on Secona Road,
ad.ioining lots of Henry Lawrence
on east Hollingsworth and Henry
Lawrence on south, Holling-.worth
lands on the west, and fronts north
the road, saia lot being 50 feet by 120
eet more or less. and being the loi
:onveyed to Ben R. Tolbert by Henry
Lawrence.
Terms: Cash ou day of sale. Pur
baser must comply with the terms
of the sale witbin one h;our or the
premises will be resold at the risk of
the former purchaser. Purchaser to
pay for papers and for recording
same.
A. J. Boggs (seal)
Clerk of Court,
Clerk's Sale.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Piokenis.
B. C. Robinson, as Administrator of the
estate of T- 0. Robinson, et al.,
Plaintiffs.
againct
F. S ndley Robinson, et al.,
Defendants.
By virtue of a Decree of Partition and
Sale made in the above stated case and
signed by Bis Honor, Judge Robert Al
drich, Presiding Judge, and dated Octo
ber 1st, 1909. on file in my office, and to
me directed, I will sell to the highest
bidder on salesday in November, 1909,
during the legal hours of sale before the
court house door at Pickens C. H., S. C.
the following described re al estate,
towit:
All that certain piece, parcel, or tract
of land, situate, lying and being in the
above namied county and state on waters
of Golden creek, being a part of the
same tract of land deeded to T. C. Rob
inson. now deceased, by M. Ella Rfobin
son, by deed dated October 31st, 1891,
and recorded in Deed Book N at page
231, Pickens County Records, adjoining
lands of Jchnston, the Nero Hlallums es
tate and others, and lying near the town
of Norris. and containing Three Hundred
and Thirty-Nine and 60-100 (359.8' ) acres
more or less.
This tract of land has been subdivided
into severn (i) smaller tracts by R. E.
Dalton, Surveyor, an I the same will be
sold by separath4acts as represented by
said survey, platso which will beex
ibited on day of sale.
erm.. o- half mj c', n ay of sale.
the balance payable in one year from
day of sale and to bt secured by a h mn I
of the purchaser and mort.age of tht
premises. the credit portion to bear in
terest from day of sale at the rate of
eight per cent per annum, with privilege
to anticipare p tyrment; or pay all (I On
day of sale, >urchaser to pay for oll p::
persand for r-cordnm.; Ih?- s vUe
"'houhd any piurchis-r fail to comoly
with his bld - ithin neit' hour, dhe plen
;s will b - r"soid on thje sa i - or soui
subsequent day at the risk of th forier
uurcn.er.
A J Bogz. (Seal.)
Clerk ef C,,uzrt.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
ALL peiesonz hlding claims a1ginst
tho ttett of the late A. .. . Girrett
ninst I resent the same July pro # n o)n
orobebforp the 1,t day of Det-inbe r
1909. i,r be debiarred paN mIe:: and ill
persons indiebted to s-nd estate. Musi
make pavnent on or tet'ie the above
date, to Elie unideisigned.
J. Ri. (7-4irPtt,
Extcutor.
t t.. of So1th Carolina,
- .1n111v )t Piek-t s.
in J. H. Ne hery, Pr-i :ate Ju 1e.
W -r ,Jtuliii- E. B ll;s maRe llit -
i-e to grait, hiimi L-tters of Amniitr
tion of the Esta e and eItnc.s of Mr
T'e; are therefore.. to cite a'] and
si..rtular thel kildre.i and vr,-dittor- -f the
s I : . i. . . I-og -VI -aSe-d, ' ha t I Iey
-i a , leit r b) ft,i e me., in tlie- G urt
f lih, to- o b - iel at Pickeis on ihj-s
' I day of %v. 19 '9 iext. after Ill
-a ti e re , -t.at 11 i'cilock in di. t ore
iom. tto slhow cause, if nny th-e have,
wit the %;id adoinistratii n should not
be gra-t, o.
Given unler myiv hand this 1 h day of
Ct t >ber Anno Domiai 190).
J. B. Newb-rrv,
J- 1'. V. C.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have AlwaYs Bought
Bears the
Signature of
GOC
They are here ai
Watch us.
Pickens I
Masonic Building.
50 cents per box. By mail,i
Have you purchased that f
others but let me call your attei
No. 21. 200 acres 5%/ mi
cleared, 15 acres in fine bermut
original forest; 8 to 10 acre
new 7-room house, complete g
mile from church, 1 mile to schi
Some of this land will make a
$3,250. Terms. Come let me
No. 22. 50 acres, 6 miles
cleared, balance in original for<
tom land, small 1-room house
but good value at $i6 per acre.
Now, maybe it was a town
acres close to town that you cc
that you were wanting: Come
Real Estafe line. I have a nwun
my list. IF YOU WANT TO
Yours to satisfy your del
or a good Home.
H. M.H E
"THE REAL E
.Box 264.
STATEMENT OF TI
THE LIBEF5
Located at Liberty. S. C., at the<
RES(UCICES
Loans and Dzscounits.-. - --- ---- -:
Demand Loans..--------- ..------ .
o )verdrft . ...-....--- ...- ..-..
a inatg House....--.---...-- .-- ..- ----
: iurrey. ---z ----e........ t -! ,
C uek f and s I tm s --- --us ---I tie ---- ' -- -
Told. ...-... ...---.-. ---..-.
srs ai ot-Tr Co..........
CoLN.Iry or PicKEN5
t:'fore me camne 11. C-. SHIRI.EY. ('ashier of
ays the above and foregoing statement is a tru!
or ti an i subsCribed before me this 13th di
C:orre't-Atte-st:
W T. t-1I:L..
it. C. sigittni.y,'-irectors.
r. . M.AULL)IN*
COLO
I
Wfl
1
I fi
I o,,k into our show winloi
the foremost makers, they rep
wilnters,
T-c
LR(
d still coming.
)rug Co.,
2J PICKENS, S. C.
fyou prefer, at the same price.
rm yet? I hwve a number of~
?tionl to
es from Pi'<kens; 75 acres is~
ta pasture wired in, balance in
of branch bmtom land, good
od barn and out-bilidings; '.
o, con~vn(ut to gin, iljl, etC
bale o ' fl e)Cnpr acre. Price~
show you this, you will like it
orthwest of C ):rt ILouse; '.
st; about 6 acre- of giood bot
Some of t his laud is rolling.
lot already improved, or a fev
)Uld improve to suit yonrself,
o see me~ for an thing in the
.ber of desirable properties oLI
SELL LIST WITH I ME.
ands for invest-nent,
STATE MAN."
. Pickens, S. C.
E CONDITION OF
TY BANK,
lose of business Sept. 8th, 1909.
L IlIT IA~
i pitlI Stock P'aid in. - -- - ---
1 ;i Ii Iua ie. in e im in itCat for
Moey i:lorrowed -) - ---
otal . . - - - --- -- *
the idv ;c .i:' . who being duly~ eW r
oniIII I tion ofi, ;:,. a. shown by the bjooks
II. C. SIIRLI-:.
.of Spt 190:1
w.. irHAI'MP\\N. Notary Pnblic.
R in Fabrics
Will be a marked feature (I the fall
ind winter season; a great variety
>f beautifuL patterns is being shown.
Some ot the new colorings are so
ittractive that men are apt t.> neg
ect the plain blue serge or b!ack
1 hibet.
We advi-e you to have at least
one good blue or black suit, in ad
:ition to the fancy, colored weaves; 7,1
md a black or Oxford Gray Over- L ,7
:oat. in addition to the fancy fabric.
This permits a cha.ige, and crives
ach suit a rest; to get cleaned and
)ressed. It prolongs the life of all
iour clothes, to treat them this way.
,Vs, you will see there a display of new models from some ot
resent the latest fashions, and you will spot them at once as
Yours to'please,
JTHCHILTYS,
REENVILLE, S. C.
Shoes. Shoes Shoes?
We have a line of Shoes that we wouid be gla 4r you to
see. Of course in seeing tem is no rmawny f6r us,
know for you to see them and consider the quality, style
low price at which we are selling them you are sure to buy.
Below we quote a few prices that we feel cannot be beat
anywhere:
Ladies Coarse Shoes:-i lot no. 721 "Arthur's Perfection,"
Veal Calf polish, at $i.i
I lot 401 "Domestic" Kangaroo polish at $r.25.
i lot Mule Skinin plaiu toe and cap. Special at
Fine Shoes.-Our "Virginia Girl"' P.tent Tip S[ .
can't be beat anywhere. It is as solid as a rock.
Men's Work Shoes:-No. 220, heavy Tan, Long
toe, a t $2.00.
Same as above in black at $2.00.
':Mesenger," a good "Brogan" at $1.25 a pair. Size 6 to 11
Men's Fine Shoes:-A good Gun Metal at $2.25.
"True MIerit" Shoes in "atent or Gun Metal leathers at
$2-75. This is a good welted shoe and is equal to most of
the $3.50 shoes.
Little "Broags" for the boys at $115 We heve a strong
line of children's coarse shoes at 85c. and upward.
1,200 -yards of heavy Outing; roc valne, at 8%ic per yard.
We have this in almost any color or stripe.
Heavy Underwear for men1. women and children at a good
close price.
You should see our line of Fascinators, Scarfs and Shawls
at 25c and Soc.
W hen y ou are in the market for any thmng kept in a Variety
Srore you will do well to see our goods and get prices.
Let us fn. you tip in shoes for your whole family. We will
make special prices on lots.
Yours to satisfy.
W. E. FR EEMAN & CO.
'At the Old StaLd."
COLD FACTS!
Cuta-Creme, Camphor Ice, ('old Cream,
G!ycerine and Rose Water,
mtentholatumi.
I fact we have a complete line of
Toilet Articles for Cold Weather Use.
Don't forget that Cough Syrup
R. E. LEWiS, Ph. G., Proprietor
Next Door to Post Office. 4... Pi-n e r
Fovr tracts of valuable farming landls for sale, two miles from
he town of Pickens, wvell watered, plenty of timber, gzood pasture
mnn in one of the best neighborhoo o be found in Pickens
'ounty, Fronting on two public r . Land is adapt ed to any
>f the crops grown in this cou and plenty of it will make a
bale of cotton per acre.
.We also haye several nt lots in the town of Pickens, also
.everal houses and lots, at reasonalble prices and upon terms
:.o suit any person det ined to run own a home. The lucy will
:y today but the t of time w ill wait uniil tomorrow and get
:aught..
J. F- HARRIS., e.M7

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