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b tY WJl>4SDAY MORNINo.
oN & RICiRY, PROs.
. . TUOMPSON, EDnTon.
Subscription $1.00 1'Pr Annum.
Advertiuing Rates Reasonable.
rntered at Pickens Postoinee as second lass.
PICKENS, S. C.:
*Wedqesday, Nov. 4, 1901.
Gen. Edward Mc~rad'y, a distin
uished lawyer of Charleston, died
;t his home in that city, last Sunday
tiorning, suddenly, from heart dis.
a e. He was a gallant soldier and
i brilliant man. His greatest be
Ittjest, to posterity is Ils history of
South Carolina. He was several
times elected to the State legislature
from his county'and introduced, and
supported several measures of inter.
ot to the state, Cspecially the elec
tion and registration laws and the
bill establishing a burea of Confeder
Grand Jury Presentment.
To the Honorable, the Presding
We, the Grand Jury, beg to make
this our final presentment:
First: We have passed on all the
bills handed us by the Solicitor, and
have rendered such returns thereon
as, in our judgment each case re
- Second: Our committee appointed
at a previous term of court has con
pleted the investigation of the books
in the offices of t.he County Treasur
and County Commissioners and
,-,e are able to report them correct
-'om a clerical point of view.
Third: We recommend that the
*)unty delegation in the Legislature
ideavor to have passed a "vagrant"
.w similar to the one now in opera.
on in the state of Georgia.
Fourth: We are pleased to note
uat for the mo part our recom
'endatine have been duly respected
1and efforts have been made to carry
chem out-the most notable excep.
ion being that part of our recom
aeudation made at the July term of
ourt in reference to the moiney ille.
,rally paid out to the County Commnis
AQners, as Special Commissioners, in
:aying off roads. Wo are grieved to
,ote the very serious menicon.
itruction placed thereon by the
)flicial designated to carry out this
recommendation and urge him to take
tip the matter in the way it was inten.
Rd, and we urgo our successors to so
that it is done.
Fifth: WVe recommend that thme
county Conmmissioners look in to the
advisability of securing the free pas
age (on Keowee river, near the mouthm
of Twelve Mile river.
.~ We take occasion to thank the
'residing .Judgo, His Honor, Chas.
Gi. Dantzler, for his concise and lucid
o ns of the lawv applicable to
':mr before us, and the
a : officers of the
- u a nerous and u ni
l'. B. MORGAN,
* Oct. 27, 1903. Foreman.
* Empty Cradle.
Cradle is empty and baby is gone;
.he old house is so dark and lonely
ince baby wenmt awvay; everywhere
*bout the house we see things that
~emnind us of our precious darling,
no0w gonu fronm us forever. We
know that it, is .best for the child but
Gh how sad for uis. There is thme
ittle rocking chair, empty; there the
ittle shoes laid aside; there the plaY
ng vorv oneo of them calls atten
a fact that our baby
* *~ ., other world. Over
~rave yard lies the
w' ~ aiting until God
shalj UIu l iue but 01), the gloriflled
sipirit is now in Heaven with Jesus
atnd loved ones gone before, there to
await our coming. And as the stars
look down at night bright little eyes
* are looking down on us from the
other world, and little hands are
beckoning us to come.
nionutiful hands mnt thie gateway tonight,
Faces alil shiniung with radiant light:
Fyes lookin d (own froin, yen heavenly home,
neuiful ns thiey'pre hieckoning "Come."
negautiful hands of ai little one, see!
liaby voice calling oh, muot her, for I hee:
Rtosy checked darling, the light of t he hom,,,
Takent HO early, is b eckoninug "Come."
God help us to prepare to meet
them. D). WV. Hiott.
[In memory ot dear little ones
gone out from many homes recently.]
D~eafness Cannot be ured
lQ local applications as they cannot
reach tihe diseased portionl of the enr.
Lheroe is only one wvay to cure doaness,
d'htis by conistitutional remedies.
lyeafness is caused by an inflamed eon
*dition of the mucous lining of the Eu
itchian Tube. When this tube is in..
Glamned you have a rumbling sound or
m nerfect hlearing, and when it is entire.
y iloved, Demfness is the result, anid un
the infia'nlmation) can be taken out
Ed this tube restored to its normal eon
'itlon, hearing will1 be destroyed forever,
''ne eases out of ten are onused by Ca
urrh, which is nothing but an inflamed
'ondition of the mucous services.
We will Aive One Hundred Dollars
mr any case of Deafness (caused by ca
brrh) that cannot be cured by Ihall's
Sutarrh Cure. Send for circulars, free.
F. J. OHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by all Druggists, 75 c.
Hfall's Family Pills are the h)eat.
MIary Gertrude the little two year
oh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Ed.
Ari~ter of Piedmont and a grand.
daiughter of Rev. B. Holder met with
anl acoident Oct. 28, which proved fa
tl. i. A colored girl was preparing to
up the floor when she filled a pan
2 ith boiling water and gold dust set.
ting t on the floor. Unfortunately
,f4U Rie one aer aog, stumbled
a fell into the wtr
the lif~ until Thursday the 28tb,
iumand tl ough' her suffering was intenso
* thme little one bore it with patience.
Me'brlif bhqt impressive services
tm e b am by 1Revs. Stokes and
~ ~ l1ttle one was laid away
~ tnont comef~ery,
1,1 was pluoke4 on
rt~ikn p~ute wil find
Any one bnying $504
21st 1908 to January :1st,
and placed in a inndsom
work of enlarging the ph,
ed States. The frame is
will charge $5.00 for.
Any one buying $25.(
Most evory store sells
the proper btyles . If y
oultin~gs, percale, sheetinf
chambrey, choviot, and
surely please you. . If 1
thing in wool dross goo
colors rartging in price 1'r
per yard. Dress patter
Camel's Hair, Mohair a
Fifteen shades of Graani
1.23c to 45c per yard.
plaids and novelty goods
per yard. Best values i
I To Lu
Take Laxative Brom
Seven Miflon boxes sold In past 12 n
From One Who Attended the Twelve
Editor Sentinel Journal: I thought
I would write you something of my
trip to the Twelve Milo River Bap.
I left my home on the 7th inst.,
for the great Baptists annual moet
inig which -vas to meet at Aitioch
Baptist church on the 8th.
I spont the first night at Brother
Robert Stowart's on Grow Crook. It
was a pleasure to be in the home of
such a kind man as BrotLhor St.ewart.
Ho has a line farm on Crow Ureek
and commodious b~uildinlgs and ev
erything seems to be in good trim.
On the morning of the 8th, Brother
Stewart iad myself started for the
association, and we deccided that on
buggy wvas aill that we noeded, so I
took him with me in my buggy to
the association. We arrived at Anti
och promptly at 10 o'clock, and the
morning wvas just cool enough to bo
pleasant. A large congregation bad
assembiled and1( promnptl3 at 11 a. m,
Dr. A J. S. Tfhomna, of Greenville,
preached thle sermon. Theii associa
tion elected R1ev. WV. 0. Seaborn,
moderator and Brother J. C. Garrett,
clerk. Everything moved on lovoly
and on Friday R1ev. M. P. Matheny,
of Greenville, preached a fine sermon
at the stand.
On Friday night I decided to speuid
tihe niighit with widow Sarah Alexan
der, who lives in threo miles of the
church ou one of the best farms in
the upper part of Pickens county,
and the nicest thing about it. is that
she ownsB the farm. Sister A1.exau.
der had about twouly guests thlat
night. But when wo we:nt to the
dining room it looked like she c Jul
have taken care of twenty moro.
Am.ng thle guests were R1ev. M. P.
Mathony, of Oreonville; Rev. WV. C.
Seaborn, of P'rater; R1ev. L. M. Lida,
of Sapphlire, N. C.; Ji. B. Ilill, of
Keowee; M. F. Hester, of Pickons; J.
E. Gillespie, of Prator, an~d Robert
Stewart, of Alexander. Sonmc of the
boys get into a job of picking click
(1n1. You ought to have so0on Bro.
Mathony taking feathers off the
chickens. He can take the feathers
off abnost as fast as he can take the
meat off the bones. I can just tell
you that Sister Alexander's is a good
place for a hlungry man to go.
The association decided to p)ut two
men in the association as Mission
aries for August and September. We
think that was a wise thinig to (10, as
we need two good mnon in thle field as
there is a great need of wvork in tihe
mountains of our tassociationi. I
wish to suggest to the conunIIitteel of
the association that two of the most
suitable men as Missionaries are 1Rev.
L. M. Lida and Rev. B. F. Murphroo.
Biro. Lida lives in the Mission field,
and is well able to do the work and
has the confidence of tile people
among whom the work must be (1ono.
Bro. Miurphiree lives just oni tihe edge
of the field and is a good man51. I
tink they are thle righut meon to be
put in the field1 as Missionaries.
Withl best wishes for The Sentinel
Journal and all its readers, I am1
Only Makes a Bad Matter Worse
Perhaps you have niever thought of it
but the fact must 1be apparent-. to ov'ery'
one thlat constipationi is causl~ed by a lacok
of wvator onu the systeml, an~d thle use of
drastic cathlarticsq like the old1 fashioned
pills makes a bad matter wvorse. Obam
berlain'ft onmach and Liver Tablets are.
much mnoe mild and gentle in their ef
fect, and wheni tile proper do1e050 tak-.
en thler aetion in no nitiural that 0on0
"an hardly realize it is the effect of med
icino0. Tiy a 25o b)ottle or them at Pick
ens Drug (Co., Es i's Drug Store, Pick
ens, and 1'. N. Huanter*, Liberty.
A l per ovinlg tile Davis Sw
ing Machine Company on notes un..
expeetedly fadlling due in this year, I
1908, are requested to meet tile un-|
dorsigned at Pio'<ens, 5S 0., on Sat-.
urday, November 7th at 10 o'clock
a. m. J. Rt. Morgan.
Rheumatic pains are quickly relieved
by appica~tions of Rtanions Nerve an&
IBuOn ib: ry it. 260 at EarlesDr'
' 1rD oge.r rg
)0 worth of ierehatlise (except G
1904, I will have enlargod any pho
o frame and delivered to the custom
)tograph is dote by one of tho -very
handsome aind durable. The outfit
)0 will be given choice of framiio or ei
wrbuy and U:
Is Spool Cotton 50 per Doz
tood as repres-nt
.loth but we sell Good green coffre
Out want calico' Good fresh roaste
, drills, flannel, Arbucklo's roasie
madras, we can
'ou want any, Brown's Mule To
dis, wo havo all Early Bird Toba<
om 10c. to $1 65 Schnopp's Tobacc
as in zibelines, All kinds of fc
1(d Brilliantine. ies at tho right p
to Poplins from
Dress flannols, I also carry at E
from .15c to 75c wagons, harness,
>r the money. Don't fail to g
Yours for Business,
. C. CARTER,
re a Cold in On
ionths. This Sgatge,
Don'tforge the o fman
with the fish onhis back.D'tfre th ol ma
hFor nearly thirty ycars he
wvorldl, and is still traveling,
bringing hat n ofr
wvherever he goes.
lie so much needs.
chidre hegives rich and
he gives newv firm flesh and
Children who first saw the
old man wvith the fish are nowv
grown up and have children
of their owvn.
He stands for Scott's Emul
sion of pure cod liver oil-a
delightful food and a natural
tonic for children, for old folks
and for all who need flesh and
50c. and $1.00; all'druggists.
The first union dlistrict of the
Twelvo Mile Rliver Association, com-.
p)osed of the followmng chnrches, viz:
Holly Sprinugs, Saluda Hill, Mount
Tabor, Camp Creek, Six NI ite, Plons-.
ant Hill1, Pratcr's Orceek, Shady Grove,
Concord, An)t.iochI, Eastaitoo, Rocky
Bottom, and1( Horso Pasture are re
qJuested to send delegates to a Union
Meeting to moot at Qoncord B3aptist
church on Saturday the 28th of No
vembor, atL 10 o'clock ~a. im.
The following is the program.
Devotional oxercises thirty min
utos, conducted by R1ev. WV. 0. Sea
Itroduictory sormlfon b~y Rev. 1B. C.
Query 1. Why do not all of our
church membeors attend1 the e aJifor
ence meetings of their churches?
Openied by TI. H. Stowart.
Quory 2. Wha;t, can we do to make
our union mooet ings more effective?
Opened by D. A. Parrott.
Question box and Sundlay sorvices
to be arranged at meeting.
M. C. Winchester,
(G. NI. Lynch.
ThIio following extract from af letter
writt~o by 0. M. Harmonm, editor o)f thme
Diapatch, the proprmietors of thme Ramnan
Reimed ies is sol f-explanaIuItory: "There is
no pills that equal Ramon a Pilla; they
leave the howe:u and stomach u th such1
p~leasant healthful tf sJlgin-no riad ef
fet-after performing their wvork thor
aughly. I have tried them and know
whereof I speak." 25e at Earles Drug
Store, J. D). Moore, Craig Thos.
Notiee to Debtors anid Oreditors.
Alt persona holding claims rsgainst the
'state of Abner Mitchell, deceased, are
'equested to present the same, properly
uttested, to tho uindersigued by the 15th
tay of December, 1U03, Persons in
lebtod to sid estate must maka payment
J. 13. Muauldin,
roforles) from October
,ograph left at my store
rr absolutely free. The
eat artists in the Unit
is just what an agent
ything sold is guaran
ed or money refunded.
, 10, 12, 141b for $L.00
d coffeo, 8, 10lb for $1.
I coffee, 91b for $1.
Iacco $8.05 per box.
"co, $3.65 " "
o, $3 65 , "
.ncy and staple grocer.
>mpleto line of buggles,
addles, whips, laprobes.
et my prices.
LIBERTY, S. C.
e~ DaIn T", Ny,
t.. box. 350.
The Old Stone Church Association.
The arnual meeting of the Old
Stone Church and Cemetery Associa
tion was held at the church on Sat.
urday the 10th inst., Maj. J. J.
Lowis, president of the association,
in the chair. An unusually large
nmber of members were present
and the reports of the executive offi
cmrs were encouraging. The finan
cial condition of the association is
such as to warrant the prediction
that, at this historic old church, the
coinmendable movement looking to
the preservation of somne of the most
interesting history of the country,
and its publication for the benefit of
those who were not old enough to'
help in the making of that history,
will materialize into effective and per
Col James A Hoyt, the polished
and forceful speaker, whose voice is
ever raised and wvhose substanee is
pledged with the intelligent dir'ec
tion of a soulful reverence and regardl
for the sacredness of that history, so
closely linked with the Old Stone.
Church, to the teaching of correct
views of the times when the forma
tive history of isl country was be
ing enacted, was there and delivered
an eloquent discourse on Jefferson
Davis, the Soldier, Statesman and
Dinner was served on the grounds,
and the occasion was peculiarly pleair.
ant to all who had the good fortune
ts- attm nd.
D~oesn't Respel)ct Old Age.
It's shameful when youth fails to show
proper respect for old age, but just the
contrairy in the case of D)r. King's New
Life Pills. They cut off maladies no
aatter how severe and irrespective of
01(d age. Dyspepsii, Jaundice, Fever,
Constipation all yield .to this perfect Pill.
25c at Pickenis Drug 30o.
Notice is hereby given that the
books of subscription to the capital
stock of the Calumnet Manufacturing
Co. will be opened on Saturday, the
7th day of November, 1903 oL the
Liberty Bank in the town of Liberty,
8. 0., at 10 o'clock a. in.
H. L. Clayton,
W. H. Chapman,
J. S. Wilson,
R. F. 8Smith,
Notice of F'inal settlemueng.
I will apply to y. B. Newbery Probate
d udgo for Pickens conuty on the 3rd
day of December 1903 at 11 o'clock for
am final settlement of the eotate of W. F.
Blassing ime deceased and ask to be die
missead ,as executer. WV. T. Field,
Nov. 5, 1903. 4t. Executer.
" I have used Ayer's Hair Vigor
for a great many years, and a1.
though I am past eighty years of
age, yet I have not a gray hair in
Geo. Yellott, Towson, Md.
We mean all that rich
dark color your hair ur.ed
to have. I fit's gray now,
no matter; for Ayer's
Hair Vigor always re
stores colIor to gray, hair.
Sometimes it makes the
hlair grow very heavy and
Ion g; and it stops falling
of the hair, too.
51.00 a boulle. Aul deuggtsts.
it ir n r ,igpt ('nat *ap OU,
n mm' es e1, sre a we w exre
.l.C. V t C.,Lowell lase.
T EsP'Ass NOTIig.
All peorsons are hereby warned mnot
to hunt, cut timber, or in any wiay
respass on any of our lands. Pe r
ons violating this notice will be pr, s
cuted to tL-e full extent of tihe law.
J. L. AMnrphree,
J. A. Parsons,
J. E. Nix.
Oct. 21, 19(8. w6.I
This Is the..... -
ONTH of DECISION'
O CTOBER is pre-eninelitly the
month of decision, concerning
so much that gives satisfaction
and coifort to. man and woman New
outfits of many kinds are to be selected
REMEMBER TO CALL.
We will now sell.
No. 7 Jewell Cook Stove .50.
and 22 pieces of Ware at
No. 117 Art Enterprise.5
Stove and 26 pes. ware at$2
No. 1 8o Black Oak Stove - 50.
and 26 fiieces of ware at Wt
Our stock of cooking and heating
stoves is coplete. You will acknow
ledge our prices to be under any mar
ket, after you see the goods. You can
not see them unless you call on
W. H. PICK ENS' SONS.
North Main St. EASLEY, S. C.
COME ONE-COME ALL.
and see us before buying I)ry Gods a1d Grocories. We have
just opened up iew goods ai.d lo:- of 'em. We havn't the
space to quote prices but com i.d s. e us. Our prices are
right. Bargains in our Dry Goods ilit will surpriso y-m an(
our notions are new and a v r'-y ., i il em. P'ri.-es are (own
on the bottom.
We have a nice line of Comforts and Blankets that we can
sell you cheaper than you have ever known before. 3 pound
feather pillars, only $1.50 per pair.
Our groceries are always fresh and tricos right. When in
need of any come and give us a look. Country producc
bought and sold.
Let us have yout laundry. Collars 1c each ard shirts etc.
Cheaper than any one else. Good work guarant' cd.
Yours for trade,
WYATT & GRIFFIN,
Watch The Little Things!
pOR the last four years, we have made a spec.
,-.. ialty of Little Things. Chickens, Eggs,
iReesway, Hides and all kinds of salable herbs,
(~\Y) and we still urge the people to look after the
\' Little Things, as some farmiera are nowv avoid
W ing debts just by paying more attention to
Our stock of merchandise is the largest
Sand most complete it has ever beeni. Our p~rices
4 are always right. Watch this space for prices
in the near future.
One-Price Cash Store
P. S.--Iuternational Stock Food in Packages or buckets.
I Have Hada
AI vay. 4.ad to See YogapO
.Have a complete line of Jew- O PS ScOWflS
Selry at very close prices........OTLY
4 Just received alot of Rogers ~
SSilver Knives and Foerks. . . . Igladl y wander up and down,
Repairin of Watches, (locks 1And smile at toil and pain,
* and an tting in the Jewelry I do not sell on credlit or~ time,
4 Lie promptlydoneand guar- But soil for pri1t and gain,
a nteed - Don't think by that I mean to
Call on me at Callabami get fat
SClothing Co0., next door to , All off of one thing,
Sdrug store. - But sell 'em fast so at last,
H 8 .I have some money in change,
. Last Button Shoes, 75c and $1.
.u~avey nide. ~Men Brogans, $1 to $1.
-.- - -____6e_ - ~ them before you buy,
C ASTrOR I A hm bce be'fo'e""yo"''c'yo
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought The Old Meat Market
Bears the **Gv7~ .Moore..
TRtEsPAss NOTICEi. - Bfr h evsl
All persons are hereby forbidden Iwstee
to bunt in day or night, or in any tOhatoSu e,
way~treapass on my place on CrowvIwstee
Creek. A violation of this noticeo hni ok h rftt
will result in prosecution. ke)ie
3. H. New ton.ThnIwste.
Oct. 21, 1903. w4.We h umr OfO gi
I i'dmll wthr co
cA IHEST 'S NGLIH Coefr tho meas forlrlu--.
I wam there.
PENNYROYA PILLS Io tik otof Smmor, Illsc
- Wh A ren Pr ookhproit]t
4?U~euiw'~!&'m 3~Wheni ithe SummPAReroe gi
4~.idnietitloboxe, seaed wth bueIrblonHAI BALre.
Takeme Ohot Retse dng~oiComebtito meafrc youreiG~l. haat
to ou - d I('a ~ra ii
NovRInRE t, t 12hMOA 00 o rb h frtdyo ~rr 03
~J. E. Speegle,J*f. distn1r
.Greenville Co 21Ot1938L
8 a Piceli en o 00 Un esci(itdoa r ~k
Oct. 28. Id. /todr o tldot
It Keepi the Weet Warmi . -' ?o hk ~oiu Clsl~2 orer e
A onre fo iblan's el e otte r oidcsledee.Soi~htolls l~t
olve (hlbataSolen Soti * shhg )1orese~ dsro. 0PARE dR u
lo ~w et laledu~Iuo ~i~tsiio a rn to n b i tl. . dtew har.
are easy to find-to wear-to
pay for. We have your size.
The label on the coat
Small thing to look for-big
thing to find-means this:
and if you don't find them .so,
your money back.
Laige shipment of New. Fal
Styles coming in daily.
Smith & Bristow,
THE ME"N'S AND BOY'S OUTFITTER.
Greenville, S. C.
Of course, we had much rather have you call at our store,
but, if you can't-a mail order is the next best thing. We
handle many things, that can be bought really easier than if
you were here in person.
Take Wools For Instance....
Fairy Zeplvr. N9e ti) hank--3 for 50c.
Whethiid Wcol, 124e tho hankc, or $1.75 a pound of 1.6 hanks.
Saxony Wool, 104 straighit. Germantown 15c straight.
Colmbia Zephy -2 or - fold 5e th oz.
Croehot ('otl ton-th! kind tit looks like silk, but wears boer
5e the hall o(r 0 for 25.
TIrk v Red Colton--the sort that can't, fade, 2 balls for 5c.
Old tilme Tum key R.ed Cotton, hoiled in oil, big banks 20c.
One lpond of B Itck Ball Cottoi f) 10c.
Sollte Silk Specials....
Uliack Ta Wlota S iilk, sa me welch th eyrwieSnIld
75c, 85c anud $t.00. i h 'r vd e sad
Black Peaui do Soi Silk, f'ul i yard wide-worth *1 .50 at $1.33.
Anithorea Silk, 19 inchies wide, nil colors, every - thread Bilk
both1 ways at 58c the yard.
Back Austrian Silk, <meC and1 a qiuarter' yards wide, 75c.
Wo wi.h1 we had space to toll youm abiout our Black .Dress
Goods Stock. Tihis ono Ice *m will gia you an lia of how
the }ilc u n :i .
BL. AC N K E.N u IETTA-88 inches wide, all puro wool,
bothI warp and1 woof, 50 centsI the yard.
It may not be of inuterest to know that for every yard of this
ilumlber-, we payv -i e.nts. Mighty litt le profit, but, then noth
ia to woxl iMr ~po who buy black goods over our counters.
A postal card requnest wvill get a sam t>lo.
We have ~ ab ou~ t~' Tirt thLbousan d yards of the best drill miade
-Watern staine(-i in the Pacolet ilood--its thio 8c quality.
Our pice(L .C t he .ardl.
Water sthiined Cants on Flan)nel s.--two, three and four cents
oi tihe pr'i(e lier yarll.
100 pa irs of Sample)1 Blanikots--They arie worth from 75c the
pair to -7.0(0 the patir. W\o havo mzaked them from 50 cents
to -1.50 the laur. A big savinig to folks who buy them.
BARR'S DRY STEOR
i 4-I116 Main St. GREENVILLE, S. C.
Stradley & Barr's old stand.
U at Ealiate fOF Bale.
BUY YO 41l1 IhOME and
STOP0I PAYING IEENT.
41 lots 100 X 200 for $175 T.00j ch.l
' l acre farmii 1 miles fromi 1'okens One-half' ini cultivation for $854 .00, -
133 0-10 ace wjIthin o - mile' of Norris Cotion Miii. 45~ acres in cultivation
balaince iii original forestL Nearly ~ wood eniough oin this la1ce to pay for it. Good
water. I wo t rame, (1 wellings miii ont houses. (oing at $12 per acre.
130 acrye irm near Six Mile church, 2-story dweling, 60 acres good
heart tiniber ; 60 acres in culitivation ; ploenty of run ning stre'.ms $1325
13.1 aLcreH one mile of Easiey, plenty of wamter. An ideal stock farm, $2,000
if,0 atcr'e on Crow (reck. 10 acres in cultivationi, 16 acres goodl bottom land
Good 4 room house andi out houses. $950.00.
Real estate is going in a r-ushi now. Como soon and et pick';and choice.
F1or further in formation call on
J. D. HOLDE~R & Co.
RIEAL ESTJATIE D)EALERS.
Office at D)pot. ,Pickons, S. 0.
FOR SALE. CITATION.
rac MTIi Sae 'lA'T'E O1'' SOUTrI CAROLINA,4
i - Oounty of Pickens.
Sovonty-five a1cr'en of land in one body ~ '~ECUT~PIIAE
'vithini oiie-half imilo of thle incorom-,raioINTEcUROFPOA.
mnila of' the town of P'ickensF. By J. B. Newbery, Esquiro., Probate
Fifty acros of this: land Iis cleared and( .Judge.
in) good1 state ofi culhivation, and t ho re- Whleroeas, M. Jane Mannoll made snit to
milnulng itwenty-fivc necros is or-iginal for- tme to granlt her Lotteis of Adminuistra
(lit., and f'tiI~ (.m) he cut two I housan -1 (ion of tbe Estalto and ofi' ots of S. T1.
cords5 of w66t)dor whichl Ihbore is demand~ Miasell, deconsed.
far in Oxcess of tiho suipply' ini this vicin Thosc a thorefore to cite and admon
ity. :shm~ all and singular the kiindred and
A goodi dwelling hiviuso is on the proP- creditors of the said S. 'T. Mansell,
erty, and alli the niOecesariiy ouitbousos al- dOconsed(, that they appenr before me, in
ready ciroeted nnd( inl goodIarepnh'. A the Court of Probate, to be held at Pick
har-gain in this to bo h1ad by the purcha~s. Oins Court Honse, 5. 0., on the 5th day
or whii means )Ihumness5. |of No e. 1903,' after publication hereof,
Seven hundl~r:1 (700) nloros in Elstatoo at 11 o'clock in the forioon, to show
Townsh5lip, well iimh~eoe nd Well waot- (1f"hiB. if alny theoy have, wvhy the said
ecred. Good TI'tlen. Administration should not. hec granted.
Twio hundred and I wonty-four (2241) GIVEN unider m~y hantd and1( seal, this
nor-os in Central T1ownshiip, weull timber- 15th dlay of Oct. 1903, In the 128 year of
ed and wecll watered. Go;od Tlit'es. ou Thdopendoneo.
Both the-se Irnects of hinnd are cffered ---.-. J..NWB YA
tat recasonabhle p .ers. (1ither all e.'nlh or s'1JueofPba,
onie-hllf cas-h, the4 balan1e 01ne yOur with
intoe-ent ati. 8 peri'a cetSi -elio by mlort- ikn out' .0
gage of' the hmlid. An npcio fti
property is invited. If nOt sold b~y Do-.ohr(a'.SetIodr o ;mde
e'.mber 1st will 1)0 taketn off the market.Seefll 210b ohr(ry nroI h
Call on or wr'zito 'Clit-2' im ~NwYr iefvrnt
MAULIN'& MAUJLDIN, tinmih.'hynerfl.Aalu ngii