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Aq. aerof164, al
609o 1Vrs. Mayson &'John
:fopR, 'at 0~ fo the driglijal petition.
ain 'are 1t ve the elleged baiqk
- pt . .O10a40 bankrupt, und for
O'he aei neof;uch creditors, McQul
lough I 11i, & Blythei attorneys for
the ale6 tankrupt, consenting,
It is orde 0: 'tat all the creditors
of MAer lls show cause, before
the D strict Court of the United States
for the Eaotern District of. South Caro
lina, atCharlest in the State of South
Carolina, i sa'd dlstrict, on the 7th day
0f February, 1910 at" 12 M., or as soon
thereafter as suh hearing may be had,
wby the applicatio to disis the pro
'ceedinja herein shouW not be ranted.
The notice of sue hearing begiven
by mailing a copy of this order, -t east
ten days prior to the date 66t for such
hearing, to each of the creditors whose
rsmes appear in the list of credit
ors, annexed to the petition on which t
this application i based' and by pub.
lishinga copy her of, at least twice, in
the proper news paer, in the county of 0
such allegod ba nrupt's res dence, be
ginnin 'not'later than ten d s prior to
Witness the Honarable H. A. M.
Snith, Judge of the said Court, and the
seal thereof, at the city of Charleston,
in said district, on the 20th day of Jan
HENRY A. M. SMITH,
U. S. Dist. Judge.
McCullough, Martin & Blythe.
89 Attorneys for Alleged Bankrupt.
State of South Carolina,
County. of Plikens.
In Court of Common Pleas.
W. B. Findley et al, Plaintiffs,
J. S. Findley, Defendant,
In pursuance of a decretal ordermade
in the above-stated case by His Honor,
Judge Frank B. Gary, dated Jan. 14,
1916, I 1will sell to the highest bidder on
taalesday in Febr~umary, 1916.
during the legal hours of sale, at Pick
ens C. H., S. C., the following described
tract of land, to-wit:
. All that certain piece, parcel or tract
6f land lying and. being situate in the
state and county aforesaid, on waters
f Boyd creek and adjoining lands of
F. S. Hendricks, J. F. Harris, Sam
Banks, et al., and having the following
metes and bounds, to-wit: Beginning
on a stone near the public road; thence
S 49 N 33.00 to stone; thence S 30 E
24.55 to stone; thence S 70 W 32.60 to t
stone; thence 1N16 W 1.10 sweet gum,
N 43 V 5.50 stone N 70 W 23.00 to B' t
gum, N 1 W 1 to P 0, N 23 W 4.00 to
-stone, N 26 W 8.00 to public road; thence
said road to beginning orner and con
taining one hundred twenty-five acres,
miore'or less. -
Terms cash, purchasers to pay for
all papers, stamps 'and recording the
same. Terms must be' complied witl
:in one hour or the premises will be re
sotd at the risk of the lormer pur
A. J. IOGGS,
Clerk of Cburt.
Notice of Vinal 8ettlepnent and ischarge
Notice I's hereby given that I will
mua-ke application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq., Judge of Probate for. Pickens.
county, in the State of South Carolina.
on the 17th day of February, 1916, at11
o' lack in the forenoon, ori as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard. for leave to make final settle
iment of the estate of John C. Dunkin,
deceased, and obtain discharge as ad
mlnistrator of said estate.
'40 J. T, HITT, Administrator..
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Il'otice is hereby given that we will
make application to J. B.' Newbery,
Esq., 'Jug bf .Probate for Pickens
couinty, ii the state of South Carolina,
'e '.he AJ day of February, 1916, at i11
1o' . the forenoon, or as soon
oreras said application can be
le " ?ave to make final settle.
SeState of James P. Hughes,
.nd 'obtain discharge as ad
* rjv of said estate.
R. E. BRUCE,.
MRS. N. E. HUGHES,
GDebtors and Creditors
- '. holding claims a gainst the
es'date L. R. Dalton must
'"i'I' ne same, dul proven, on
or 1.- '. 8th day of Fbruary, 1916,
or -" d payment; and all per-.
soi.n. l~uto said estatesmust make'
. '- 'before the above date to
' he d. "'
S. B. DAL'roN,
W. R. DALTON,.
I Is Ou Desire
t be public as much
* deJ raati ~n about the Eye
l 'e Troubles as we can
,onr a'i- nrtisements.
We ily youinouaein
th trouTi to yui u x
an ii. r If there is noI
trev~ Y a il you so. That1
16 heO w~( w hooe to build and
Masonic'Tfemp ', Greenvilte,S.C.
A. A. ~ resident,
A..4, , c Tes
'he first man to formally announce his
andidacy for a Pickens county office
his year. Four' years ago he was In
he race for Clerk of Court and lacked
nly a few votes of being elected.
Few Breezy Notes
Rev. C. L. Craig preached a
rood sermon to an attentive con
regation at Oolenoy Sunday,
fan. 16. Thank you, Mr.Craig;
ve enioyed your sermon very
Not lonr ago, when Easley
lendricks rode a mule into a
,ord to water, the mule became
rightened and turning around
nddenly fell flat in the water,
vetting Easley and somewhat
ifflfng his feelings. Easley said
vater was cold and that he did
iot enjoy his bath much.
What has become of "A Far
ner and Pleasant Grove? Can't
ie tell us something about that
,erv old hen?
Pumpkin tow niltes are evident
v getting jealous because Jim
lorbin's nazn.. was published in
['he Sentinel n t, long ago. Some
)f them are t, 1 ing (of course we
lon't believe it. tho) that Mr.
Jorbin, when he read the para
,raph telling of his moving here,
Sxclaimed, 'That's the first time
. ever saw my name in a news
)aper?" Then they go on to say
hat Mr. Corbin clipped the par
tgraph and had it' framed so
hat he might keep it as a sou
renir. All right, Mr. Corbin;
(ou tell them that if they -want
;heir names to figure in our news
hev will have to make some
;hing happen in connection with
Tally Clarke, a workman at
W. F.. Hendricks' sawmill, had
he misfortune of getting his leg
>adly mangled one day last
week. He was driving a yoke
>f oxen, which became unman
igeable and in some way drag
zed a log over his leg.
Miss Flutie Belcher entertain
id with a birthday party last
wveek. Only her intimate friends
vere invited, as it was nobody
ilse's business how old she is.
A new path Is to be laid out
>etween here and Bounding BII
ows, and Atlas Peck has been
ippointed as a committee of one
o walk back and forth over the
oute for the next two weeks.
Tfhe stove at the postoffice wvill
)e putup in a few days. A
arge crowd will be present to
witness the unveiling ceremon
es, and to suggest as to how
he pipe should be put together.
Ellick Helwanger, while talk
nig in the magic lantern show
Lt Tickville 8aturday night,was
obbed of sixty cents in change.
['he robbers somehow oyerlook
~d a dollar bill lhe had in the bot
om of his shoe.
The Excelsior Fiddling Band
ias ordered . a gross of . music
rom Chicago. \The shipment
~onsists of .selections that differ
~nt ones have asked them to
The muddy sepson will soon
>e approaghing, and the Wild
)nion school teacher, who has
incountered it in all walks of
Ife, is arranging for a lecture on
t at the school building .in the
Jalf Ribs neighborhood in the late
yinter. The title of the talk.
wiill be "Mud: Its. Cause and
Effect" Hie will give many
rood thoughts as to the possible
~ause of mud and the effect it
ias on persons. espeially~ that
>ar't known as the feet. To get
hi'u a course of - mird with' as
ittle difficulty 'as possible, he
will give it as his opinion that
~he person motst put his or* her,
~eet down as seldom as possible
o conform with good. manners
mad to lif t them from the gutbund
,efore the mud has time to takeI
affect. In walking across deep
rnmd' it is advisable, he says, to
biokd the breath.
Mrs. Emnria J. Nalley, widow
of the lWte Rev. George B.N alley
of Easley, has Won on a visit
for the past week to her two
daughters, Mrs. D. M. and Mrs.
J. J. Newton of Norris. Mrs.
Nalley tqlls us that she married
when in her twentieth year and
that she is now 55 years of age,
has twelve living children and
four dead. Her living children
are as follows: Elford Nalley,
Mrs. D.M. Newton, Sam Nalley,
Mrs. J. J. Newton, Charles Nal
ley, Mrs. Jule Watson, Luther
Nalley, Thomas Nalley, Frank
Nalley, Henry Nalley and Paul
Nalley. The oldest child, El
ford, is 34, while the youngest,
Paul, Is 12. Mrs. Nalley has 36
living grandchildren and 7 dead.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Newton of
;orris are the parents of both
the oldest and youngest grand
child, which is a daughter of 16
and a son three weeks old, Mrs.
Nalley was Miss Emma J.Burns
before her marriage and was
born in Pickens county and has
always lived in Pickens and An
derson counties. All her chil
dren are living in those two
counties now except Charlie
Nalley, who is living in South
Georgia. Mrs. Nalley is a mem
ber of the Wesleyan Methodist
church -and is a consecrated
Christian. She puts her trust in
Divine guidance for all things.
Mrs. Nalley's husband, the late
0. B. Nalley, was. a minister of
of the gospel for over 20 years.
and several Weslevan preachers
that we know of claimed salva
tion under his preaching. Rev.
Mr. Nalley was 20 years old
when he married and 54 -years
and 6 months old when he died.
May the Lord spare this good
mother for many more years,
and may her declining years be
her happiest ones and when she
is done with this sinful world
may she hear that blessed ap
plaud: "Come, ye blessed of my
father, inherit the kingdom pre
pared for you from the founda
tion of the world." B.
In Norris Town
One of the most brilliant so
cial affairs of the past week wac
the crystal wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Rhodes Saturday af
ternoon at their home,'Hillcrest,
The beautiful little home was
most artistically decorated, the
color scheme, green and white,
prevailing thruout the house.
Mrs. Dan Cannon ushered the
guests into the drawing-room,
where they were received by
Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Rhodes, M.C.,
Jr., and Cecil and their near rel
atives. Misses Edna Brown and
,Joe Zeigler invited the guests
into the dining-room ,where they
were served a delicious salad
course by Misses Katie Mae
Rhodes, Lurline Collier and Em
mie Griffin. A souvenir bell was
pinned on each guest by little
Misses Frances Yarbrough and
Carolyn Rhodes. Misses Helen
Brown and Louise Rhodes pre
Bided over the punch bowl. Man y
handsome and useful presents
About 75 guests called during
the hours of 4 to 6. The out-of
town~ guests included Mr, and
Mrs.D~an Cannon, William Faus
sett of Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and
Mrs. Hal Rhodes. Mrs. 11. W.
Rhodes and Misses Louise and
Kate Rhodes of Suwanee, Ga.;
Mr. and Mr's. Benjamin Collier,
Misses Lurline Collier and Rachel
Morrison of Jefferson, Ga.; Mrs.
John W. Jacobs of Gainesville,
Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norris,
Mr'. andl Mrs. Ben Johnston, Mr.
and Mrs. John Sims, Mr. and
Joel Griffin of Central; Mr. and
Mrs. Furman Norris,Dr. and Mrs.
Woodruff, and Messrs. Hutchin
and Ward of Cateochee; Mrs. J.
H. Brown and Pauline Brown of
Liberty; M ~r.and Mrs.Jim Carey,
Jr., of Pickens;. Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Lagerhoim,. Mr. and Mrs. L.
H. Battson, Misses Edna and
Helen Brown,.Mrs. Oleo Lathem
of Greenville, and Miss. J. M.
Elliott of Greenwood.
~&OD 13ND LB jg RD and A
ayea's r ..a. ..atr8, eartenAwasRe
SOLD0 3~~L DR UGGISTS
u~at EV R YW HE RE a*W
We have th
Why It Pays to Read the AdsI
HREWD men and women of
kJ today.not only read adver
tisements, but they study
them. They have come to watch
for .them, and the business man
who realizes as much are getting
their trade. The modrn man
and woman have come to know
that when a business house has
anything special to offer that
offer will appear in the newspa
per-and if no such offers meet
their eyes when they open the
paper, they very naturally as
sume that their merchants have
nothing worth saying this week,
or that week, or whatever week
it may be. The public the world
over is guided in its purchases by
newspaper offerings. If their
local paper does not bring these
offerings to them they naturally
look elsewhere for them.
Pickens Route 2
Mr. Editor: Maybe the people
would like to have a few dots
from this side.
A large crowd attended prayer
meeting at Guy Pressley's Sun
There was a singing at Whit
Garrett's Sunday afternoon.
J. A. Roper wvent to Georgia
cn a business trip the latter part
of the week.
Clyde Pressley, who recently
moved to Norris, spent Saturday
night with homefolks, Mr.- and
Mrs. W. L. Pressley.
An accident of serious interest
occurred on~ the Southern rail
road last Saturday, when one ot
our canine members jumped
against No. 37, nmeeting instant
death. 'Shep belonged to Mack
Real estate transactions are
still in Drogress in this commu
nity. Mitchell Roe has swapped
his tract here for a tract in
Georgia. This tract is now di
vided up and sold to J.E. Merck,'
Fletcher Evans and Isaac Dur
ham. John A. Roper, our real
estate agent, had his hand on
the throttle and ran the trades
safely through. If you don't
want to trade your land don't
let him see the deed.
The farmers are anxious to see
some dry weather now. They
are looking forward to a large
Married by J. B. Newbery, at
his residence, Jauary 23. Miss
Clara Robinson and Franklin
Black, of Easley route 5.
John A. Horton, of Belton,
candidate for Congress from this
district, was in our city this
week. Mr. Horton is a fine man'
andl will make a good race.
Porter's Barber Shop
Pickens, S. C.
Thue place to get your barber
work done if you want it right
Shiavinig. Itair (Guting, Shainpootng. Massaging
bingeIn~g, e't(., done1 by bar bers who~ know their
businessi, atil at reasonable rices.
1tazor lioning a speelity Give us a trial
V.~4 1f -
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 1 I.4 tI -Lj
lhe laxative tablet a
with the pleasant taste
hotects everymemberof the
family from Consti ation
the enemy of good health
104 254 5O*
D exclusive selling rights for this great laxative.
Trial size, 10 cents.
I1CKENS DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Safe, Sound and Progressive.
We solicit your banking business and will show you every
cuurtesy and convenierce consistent with sound bankiug prin
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
Tax Notce about i acres of bottom land and good upland.
-o12 miles froim Walhalla and four miles from
Ofie of County Treasurer, Pickens Cmoy, Saiein; desirable for farming and has splendid
P'ickens, .. U., October I, 195 pastures; 4 tenant houses on this property:
The books for the collection of State and nearly entire tract can be cultivated. This is a
County taxes will be open from October 15, great bargain and will not stay on the market
1915, to D~ecemnber 31. 1915.
Those who prefer to do so can pay in .lanu- long at this price. $1250.00.
ary, 1916, with I per cent additional. Those
who prefer payin in Februar-, 1916, can do no T T No. 2-A ine farm of 20 acres qg
with 2 per cent additioal. Tlose who prefer
paying in March, 1916, to the 15th of said month good river or creek bottoms and good uplands;
can d0 so by paving an additional 7 per cent. nie dwelling house, an extra barn and two
A fter said date the books will close, good tenant houses; Rood public road wtin
N. 1.-Taxpayers owning property or paying
taxes for others will please ask for tax receipt through place and has daily mail; in sight of
in each township or special school district in church and mill and near graded school; th
which he or they may own property. This is miles from Splem. Tis property cannot be
very important, as t ere are so many school
districts. Those who do not wish to come to recommended too highly. Price t550, $1000
the office can write me not later than the 20th cash and balance in eight years.
of December, and I will furnish them with the
amount due and they can pity me by cheek, ""f""
money order or registered mail. If stamps are 'TRACT No. --Tollgate farm, I7 miles abov.
sent do not send above 2-cent denomination, as Walhalla On CashIer's Valley road (good auto.
I can not use them. Please donot send me cash bil d
without regisitering same, as it to liable to get moil e road); 353 acreti In tract, some of It good
lest; if sent otherwiso It mutst be at.sender't I(mISr jand; on this property is situated a frist
risk. mnil, a .'arte 14-roop) house anid good outhuild.
Levy for State tax .... ..... ..... .. mills ings: itn ideal place foi'I s ummer resort; noth.
Levy for Constitutional school tax . . 3 mills lng to (10 bu t go and opeil tp business. This i1
Levy for ordinary county tax.i ..1. mills the best summer resort prdpouition in the up..
Levy for Old Sold er's Pensions....I mill country and is a real bargain. Price, $%%50.
Total levy... .................i24 nilillM
SCHOOL TiAX TRACT No. -4-229 acres in Oconee county,
Special levies for the following districts; timbered land, -4 miles above Tunnel 11111 on titr.
School D~istrict No. I......2 millsligansrd.Pc,$05esh
School District No. 2...... ...... 2 mills **
School District No. 3 ............ 6 mIlls TRACT No. 5--247 acres timbered land in
School District No,-. 4... .. ......1 mills Oconee county, .1 miles above Tunnel 111l1 on
School District No. 0............. 6 mills the liighlandls road..rc,$l6 ah
School District No. 7............. 4 mills ...--....... ash
School District No. 7.-. ... ....... 8 mills
School District No. 9 .......... ..' mills 'TR ACT No. (1-130 acres of extra ine timbered
School District No. 10.. ....... 5 mills iand in Oconee cotunty, :1 miles above Tuontel
School District N'o. 11i.i---.... 7'0 mills 1111lifil onuble Springs roao PrIce. $1 lot
School District No. 12....... .... 6 mills
School Distjrict No. I3 . ..... mills
School ilstrict No. 14 ........ ....4 mills TiIACT No. 7--235 acres line timbleredl land is
coo istrict No. 10........... i mil Oconce county, 15 miles above Walhalla, on
School District No. 17 ........... m ills (Ihauga creek. Price, .$i050 cash.
School District No. 19..... . ..... 4 mIlls
Schoo Iirc 'o. 20... ......... m ITACTi No. -liouse aniii lot of Mi acre, near
School District No. 21............ milis depot in toiwn of Waihalla. P'rice, $4150.
School Diistrict No. 23........... mills -----
80,hool Dis"trit No. ..--.-....~ - ls TrRACT No. 9--ilouse and lot of 1I . acres on
School District No. 261... ........:4 mills lanstetntonof Wallla: most desiratble
School Dislrict No. ?............ .4 mills place ini town1. Price, 138040 cnsh.
School District No. 28. ... ........- mills -
School District No 29...... ..... : mills ,
School Dilstrict No. 31..... ..... 1 mills l'I1A CT No. 10. 80 in two miles of Salem, B
School iDistriot No. 32...... ..... I mills C. Good 2-rooma house, good well of water,
chol Distarict No.3 .1.'"'.1...11',. barn, cornerib), etc. ilfteen acres in cultiva*~;
School Dlistrict No. 368.... ........ mills tin ingo settlement, convenient to church.
School District No. 8..... ... .....14 mills es and school; thickly settled all around. Price
School l istrict No. 38. ..'...'.'... mil 1500; $000 cash~ and1 balance on 8 years' time, it
School Dilstrict No 41...... .... .4 mills desired, at it per cent interest. One of finest
Schooi District No. 42...... ..... 2 mills views-a dlesirable place.
School Dilstrict No. 45..... .... . ... mills
School District No. 468.... . ......4 mills
School District No. 47............ :t mills l 0;' further information and particulars cah
Schooi District No. 48 ....... ....4 mills on or write G. A. EL1IS, P'ickens S. r-, or
ShoDitrit o . I........ mills I W I 'ON, Salem, S. C.
School D~istrict No. 52.. ... ..... .2 mIlls All inquiries givan promptll attention.
School District No. 56 .. ........... - mills
Schooi District No. 50;. .. .... ......8 mills
Levy for interest of Pickeos Rt. i. bonds: One dollar for a Vear's suh
i'lianeto~nsh~p.::::" :: N ~ scription to The Pickens Senti
Pickate township............ ..... iile g gt
Poll tax ono dollar (Si 00j. Every male eiti. ens County man can make.
zeni from 21 to 80 'ears of age n ro liable excepi e
those excusedhby aw. Red this paper over and then
Commu.tationA roae taxon dola n( tofty 8 $C if Vou can get a8 much anya
eliable exep ths'xcsdb"lw -ere else for two cents: Renew
Capitation Dog Tax.-Al IIpersons ovninufyursbcito s erya
dloges are required to pay a capitation tax of IUFsb.rp1n as erV
lif4 cents percapita. ofteroauil can, please.
please include post5ge.
TAYmLOR II. STE~WART,
Cont Tesure.Dr. L. L. Jameson
Real E st a to "***'"la.,n,"Bu"'e*"
Diseases of the Stomach a Speciaty
Below are listed some real es- Ofieoe al Bn.Re . i
tate bargains which should not
be oi erlooked by those who are TA
thinking of buying real estate' ROBT" MARTI
in this section, for we are able ^'lTORE AND) COUNSEL~LOR
to offer this property now at less A A
than its real value. Everything CORN let nR D ANDp MA IN STitE.ETS
'guaranteed as represented or aREvL , ..
I ti beter:PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
TRA0 o . 1--Situated ini Oconee~ coutnly, on
('raven's cree'k. cointaining 152 neres: public . 4.
roadl runn iw: ihrough is property: contains O.1eOS ~leiemo102