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MARCa 2, 191.
Entted at Pickens P0ostollCe as Seo0 a
$1 PER YEAR, INVARIABLY IN.ADV
GARY IOTT. Manager..
Obituary noticos and triouttee of respe ofr
not a-roto buhidred wos will be prluti freq
of enarge. All over that nunbe,mu% boinad
for tit the rateo ofone ent a Word.' UAe' to
seenmimy mauscrlpt.1 jGards of thanke pub.
fished for one-half cent a word.
"Steamer Rammed by Fog"-head
line. Must have been some fog.
We wish the legislature had passd'a
law preventing cornson a fellow's little
We always did admire a good liar,
but that old groundhog suits. us too
As the senator from Oklahoma views,
it, he doesn't want any more Goro'
Anderson Mail had its office windows
washed and next lay the earthqudke
That must have been a e6t job'th
Russians had when they Cpt
town of Mush.
"Governor Signs Act With 'eet
headline in Columbia State. C
he use the typewriter?
We think President Wilson should
send the Mississippi river a note if she
doesn't behave herself.
Some men seem to think that money
vwill do anything for them, while others
will do anything for money.
'Tis said the very latest wrinkle in
ladies' hose is called the "lampshade"
stocking. Lamp that, Colonel Bob?
The Russians wou1 Io doubt have
capturcd those 100,000 Turks if they
had been in those forts. But they
One, year from next Saturday, March
4, Woodrow Wilson will be inaugurated
president of these glorious United States
for the second time.
"Carranza to Reduce Arny"-h'ea'd
line. If Colonel Whiske a will be pa
tient Senor Villa will do at litte job
,for him with pleasure.'
Woodruff Record says the population
of that town is over 60 petan Iomen.
How we do pity the bachelors of that
town-and this is leap year!
While all this "'preparedness"' talk is
going on wvouid be a good time to pre
pare the ground for the 'coming "gar
den sass" we all love so much.
That speech of "Cyelone" Davis .tn
congress recently sounded a great deal
like the old Arkansas legislator's bellow
about changing the name of Arkansaw.
Like that eminent local jurist whose
idea of a real good time is a ridle tivthe
"Pickens Doodle" -but what's theusap?
-Greer Observer. We heard what you
said, but we don't know what you are
t alking about.
Mr. Roosevelt is quoted as saying in
-ne of his numerous harrangues that
President Wilson was afraid of onif ewo
men-"Me and the Kpiseer." Theonly
fear Mr. Wilson seems to have is as to
the sanity of the ex-president.
A fire in a New Jersey town recently
destroyed a large number of testem~ent
houses, leaving hundreds of'pooit people
homeless; which fire was started by a
man who was chopping wood by candle
light. That shows the danger of-a man
chopping wood, either by candle-light
-or daylight, either, for that. matter.j
.When one gets thru the three days-of
the Mardi Gras annual festival in Rio
d~e Janeiro, Brazil, he will certainly
."stink good." It is estimated that .*
million dollars has been spent for si
phons of perfume, which the populace
in the South American city squirt into
the faces and on the clothing of thE~
passers-by during the festigities.
It hasn't been so very long since
many of our foremost -writers were
roasting Russia for being a barbarous
nation. But our people soon forget
little things like the storesjFrank G.
Carpenter, world traveler,'usedjto write
about "Darkest Russia," and are' now
saying nice things about the'Bear that
walks like a man. " The Russiauns are
winning in the war at present, and inost
everybody loves a winner.
OUR WEEKLY RIDE.-What is that
which is full of holes and yet holds
* ~ The time draws near,
We blithley' wqi
To greet the awebt
The fellow these dgys
Who gives us a pai ,
Is the one who asks,
"Do you think it'll roin?"
The one doth us grieve
Is he who now and then
Makes bold td softly wlisper,
"Can you spare mne ten?"
One of the meanest men we can think
of just now is the gentleman who gets
on the back side of the bed and permits
hi. wife to get up and build all the fires,
claiming he hates to crawl out over herI
"Make Your Own Liquor at Home"
dvertisement. That is what the Pickens
people have been doing for some time.
Receiver's Sale of Cotton Mills,
Property and Assets
Pursuant to a decree of the Court of
Common Pleas for the county of Pick
ens, state of South Carolina, in the case
of Carolina Supply Company, a South
Carolina corporation, in behalf of itself
and all other creditors of the defendant
Maplecroft Mills, and in behalf of all
the preferred stockholders In Maplecroft
Mills and William Goldsmith in behalf
.9f himself and all other stoccholders of
aplecroft Mills, both common and pre
xf red, and in behalf of creditors, plain
tlfs, versus 'Maplecroft Mills, a South
Carolina corporation, defendant, I will
sell at public outcry to the highest bid
der, at the courthouse door at Pickens,
S. C., on
M1onday. .March 20, 1916,
during the usual hours of sale, to-wit:
between eleven o'clock a. m. and one
o'c'ock p. m., all the real estate, man
ufacturing plant, property and assets of
every kind whatsoever, including choses
in action, of Maplecroft Mills, a South
Carolina corporation, whose buildings
and most of whose assets are located in
the town of Liberty, county and state
aforesaid, including the buildings, fix
tures, engines, motors, looms, spindles
and other manufacturing equipment,
machinery and appurtenances of said
real estate and plant, and mill supplies
thereof, and including also the office
furniture and equipment. The real es
tate on which said plant is located con
sists of 53.60 acres, more or less, de
scribed in the decree as follows:
All that certain tract of land in Pick
ens county, state of South Carolina,
containing 53.60 acres, more or less, as
per platb B. D. Garvin, surveyor, da
ted Feb. 3, 1904, beginning at a stone
3xiat Griffin's corner and running thence
N 231 W 15.35 to a stone 3x; thence N
18k W 1.67 to corner of railroad right
of way thence N 49 E 9.39 to a corner
on said right of way; thence N 2j W
6.90 to a stone 3xo; thence N 88& E
16.83 to a stone 3xn; thence S 32 E
19.61 to a stone 3xm; thence S 64j W I
28.12 to a stone 3xo, and also described
in deed of Ola H. Lancaster to Calumet
Mfg. Co., dated Feb. 29, 1904, recorded
in office of R. M. C. for said county and
state in Vol. Z, page 37, and in deed
from J. B. Griffin, to said Co., dated
Feb. 27, 1904, recorded in said office in
Vol. Y, page 382.
No bid will be received at sale for an
amount under the sum of $100,000.00;
and no bid will be received unless at the.
time of making the bid the bidder shall
have deposited with me, as receiver,
the sum of $5,000.00 in cash or certified
check, as a pldge that such bidder will
make good hsbid.
Terms cash, the receiver to execute
and deliver a good and sufficient deed
to the purchaser upon the terms hereof,1
in the usual form, conveying the .prem
ises to him in fee simple and to imme
diately let him into possession of all
the property and assets of the said cor
This property is a well-equipped plant
for the manufacture of cotton goods,
conveniently located on the Southern
railroad, in the town of Liberty, S. C.,
with good buildings, ample equipment
and warehouse room for the stormng of
cotton, with necessary office and sup
p lies buildings, and with tenement
houses for operatives in good condition;
it is equipped with 11,776 Ring spindles
and 200 Droper 40" looms and all the
necessary machinery for complete mill
of its capacity.
LANG M. ANDERSON, Receiver.
F'eb. 28, 1916. 45
you ever dr
it does not
after you h
tents of oil
tions, tell tl
.out a quest
with gd oil llmhnt..hts
the sur4 way to stop then.i
The besttrubbing linimek.is.
Good for the Ailments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle,, Etc.
Good for your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
Cards of Thanks
Mr. Editor: Please allow us space in
our paler to express gur gratitude to
eighbors and friends for hospitality
nd generous gifts to us in our misfir
une by fire some time ago. May the
iver of all good gifts abundantly bless
hem all is our prayer. J. D. Simmons
We wish to thank our Kind friends
md neighbors for their kindness to us
luring the illess and death of our child.
dlay God's richest blessings rest on
,hem thru life. Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
It's a Good One
Subject to being unsold
on arrival we will offer
one car at $6.40. Better
look after this. We be
lieve it will bring $7.oo
before the daisies bloom.
Morris & CO , Pickens,S.C.
Jus reAeived. Kbig lot of,
Screen D.-ors and Windows.
Will, sell this lot at the old
prices. Pickens Hard dare &
60,000 pleased patients, fifty thousand
tatisfied eyeglass wearers in ten years,
s a record that we feel proud of, for
avery pleased patient has been a booster
for the Globe. Globe Glasses make
good eyes. A trial will convince you.
Our service is yours. The Globe Op.
tical Company, Greenville, S. C.
FREE FLOWER SEEDS
lastings Catalogue Tells You All
+ About Them '
No matter whether you farm or only
plant vegetables or flowers in a small lot
you need Hastings 1916 Catalogue.
It Is filled (l00 pages) from cover to
cover with useful firm and garden Infor
It tells of seeds of kind and quality that
you can't buy from your merchant or
dlrugglst, seeds that cost no more but
gIve you real satIsfaction and a real gar
It tells how every customer can get ab
solutely free nyve packets of easily grown,
yet showy and beautiful flowers.
Hiastings Is both the best and largest
seed f.rm in the South, the only firm that
you should buy seeds from.
When you plant Hastings Seeds, you
meet "Good Garden Luck" more than
half way. Write today for their big 1916
Catalogue. It is free, A postal card re
quest will bring It. H.G. HASTINGSCO0.,
ps in apound
tee that for Luzianne. If
prove out on both points
ave used the entire con
e can according to direc
1e grocer you want your
< and he'll return It with
ion. Buy this better coffee
rite for premium catalog.
[or Co. New Orleans
Will Hold Their 0
In Ithe Springtime a yoi
SPRING SUIT. If he will
est styles at this Opening hi
In the good patterns, bri
noiother suits are like them
There will be Spring and
Drop in and explore. Do
see these qvIendid garments
at prices that will not chill
REMEMBER the date-A
Better Clothing cannot I
& Sons'. The fabrics are th
the fit must be perfect or th
: Folger, Thorn
The Gold Cure's Pretty Good
Gary Hiott of the Pickens Sentinel is
responsible for this: "It's funny how
loose some nuts get when they are
tight." Get the monkey-wrench!
Our Great l\
people of E
D ronage. In
play our bet
n Suit. Don't fail
Capes, fuller slee
waists and jacke
~for spring. Lc
lon display, -and r
" The Stc
A. , 2
penn o Made-to4Wasure Clothig at
Ing man's fancy tuni-s first to a"
drop in and see some
a fancy will be satisflid,
ghtness and crispness of fa~hliobrs,
and their tailored smartness Is
Summer Suits like 3 ou 14avon't
n't buy until you are reay.but
to get an idea of correct sty05 and
your enthusiasm. - ,
larch 3 and 4.
>e made than Isaach - H:birb
e BEST; the tailoring is )PERT;
ey will make It so.
t THE DATE:
and 4, 1916,
ley and Conpany Isaac Hamger & Son
M*~ MM +
. The Sensible Way Glenn Street
Anderson Tribune. IAnderson Intelligencer.
Johir Hortdn, candidate for congress, There is a "Glenn" street
says he is kping *to discard all rhetor- son, and we suppose it was r
ical embellishments and confusing tech- Mell Glenn.-Pickens Sentinc
nicalities and talk in. good old cornfield was named "after us','-sevei
English." - .. A corking good street, too.
L. Bolt 4 Cce.
fiiP End Sale closes Wednesdaya
Ih 1, and we want to thank the
asley and vicinity for their pat
many instances we have en
it out our fall and winter mer- 'a
dwe now have the room to dis- a
utiful line of spring goods. WeM
'one of the most cornplete and
~nes ever shown here.
AT SUIT S
for a woman with her first ' 'i
to see them here--the new She r ni
yes, short coats, high c611ars, s d
ts, and the Ai~'t- suits you'll ) t ME
ts of pretty.styld and weav w 'w
easonably pried. '
59, $15OQ ahfup to $25.00~
asley, 8. C.
re That's Always Nusy/