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PICKENS, S. C.
PpLISHED EVERY THURSDAN
6109 a Year Invariably in Advance
4tered at Pickens, S. C. Postoffice a
Se-ond Clas MZ .Matter.
GARY HIOTT, Editor anid Mgr.
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NOTICE OF SALE.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
'OUNTY OF PICKENS.
N COURT OF COMMON Pl.EAS.
t. Y. Shirley, Plaintiff
I. L. Cantrel, Defendant.
By virture of an execution issued
Mid signed by 0. S. Stewart, clerk of
court of Pickens county in the above
stated case dated October, 18th 1921
1 will sell to the highest bidder or
salesday in November 1!21 during
the legal hours for sale, before tht
coilrt house door at Pivkeos. S. C
one. Mitchell six cylinder touitring au
toniobile car No. 94. S'.H e-cw
be sold to satisfy or partly satisfy
judkoment issued in this case.
R. R. Roark
Sheriff Picmens Count:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROI.fNA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
iN COURT OF COMMON PfLAS.
Hose Hlallums, et al., Plaintlil's.
E. B. Anderson. Defendants.
In pursuance of a deetal Orde
inade iii the above staited case by hi
Honor, Judlge R. W. Memmiumirer, dat
ed October 6th 1921, I wil! sell t
the highest bidder Sale'.da~y in Nov
ember, 1921, the sam her Nov. 7t6
1921, Durng the len! h'w.- tfor m.al
it Pickens C.~ H., Sjt Au I f'ina, th
All those' tw.. ire'ls
tracts of land lyin, i I: oitu
:edl in th~ C(unt: e afor
'aid, in or r.ea or
md1( known in the 2\ the e
:ate of Nero 1la : r, il
ots Nos. 7~ andO N . . Ica
:aining One and :C- I- . mor
ir less, anel lot Nio I. ~ ta inin.
*eventeen anud C .- lo 5) - ..mor
Terms of SaL?: 0On - half easl
n day of sale and the. r'emn.inder or
credit of twelve monthls with leavu
the purchaser to pay all I 'ash, th<
redit portion to be secure~d by
ond of the purchaser andl( a Mort
* age of the Premises solid andl t<
'ar interest from day of sale at tho
te of eight per cent per annum
0 urechaser 6o pay for ali papers
,amps and recordingr the~ i-ame. I
urchaser fails to cornply with to
arms of the sale in one0 hiour ti
ame will be resoldl at the risk of th
will pay any person *.u' . ,n
iformiat ion su ffielet to ~vi'
erison1 of hunti::.r wit hou t li:e:
)5 per cent oifi ah im e:1 u pon
person convicted of sa id (0bar'QO.
L. L. O'D~ell.
36 ' County Gam Warden.
TEXAS RED AND) APPLER
? ~ MORR(S & (;0.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
N .CO ' COMMON PLEAS.
-. F. ' ty, Plaintiff
W. T. P Z. Wilson, . V
Brissey and J. C. Brissey; efei
In pursuancw'of-aApecreetl ('L.t
made in he above state case: by h
Honor, Jutdge R. W. Mem'ninger, dal
ed October 6th 1021, .1 will -sell t
the highest b odvr 40r Cash, $alesda
in November , 921, drihg the legz
hours for sale at 'ickens C. H. Sout
Carolina the .,llowing describe
tract. of nd
All that certain pieec, parce! o
tract Of d' lying.'and being dru
ted in i - County,; South (r o
lina, sal: cs cotltaining 90 acres
more o' .beitg the same lanc
deeded .tc me by Me D. Murphy,. Foi
furthur inormation ccneerning chair
of title to the land above desreibed
see deed of Mc D. Murphy, to W. T.
Rogers, dated Apri! 22-. 19[8. and re
corded in the C'eik's Owfe for Pick
ens County. S. C., in Volyire "Z. Z.'',
at page 639,
Terms: Cash, Pur.,hase' to pay
for all papers. 'st'an 1 ad4 recording
the same. If vurchaser faiis to
comply with the termsi of sale in mv
hour the sanm'. will be resold at the
risk :11nd exp.rse of re ormr nur
0. S. STEWART,
Clerk f Common Pleas Court.
- . Pickens County, S. C.
Oct. 1.0 tg1g21.,
STATE OJ' SOUTh CARO LIA i.
COUNTY OW' i(Eld NS,
IN COUR't-OF dONMMON PLEAS.
L. C. Thtiloy, .'Plititi.
John M. Glenn, Pal Dean Glenn, De
fendant*.t -0' V '" ' ..
In pursuance of a decretal Ordet
made in the tbove stated case by hi,
Hwnor. f udg-e , W. l ,emminger, dat
ed October 6t1 1.2i, I will sell t<
the highest bidder on the terna here
ioafter'tianied on 'daleaday in Novem
ber 1924.:..Tha.q9mr;being Nov. 7t1
11921, (luring thR legal hours for sal,
at Picken' C. H., Suth Carolna. th
following described tract of Jand.
All that piece, parcel or stract u
land iii Liberty Township, Cpunty c
Pickens and State aforesaidi, adjoit
ing lands of Earle Kennemore, estat
F V. O'Dell, estate of Fred William
J. E. Watson, W. T. Door, and G. 1
H One hu
dred :a.nd tWeinty-two ahd .98-11
(122.9A') reres more or less, and b
ing the' tuet d"iftd trveyed to hi
by .1. F. Robinson, and the 'said mor
gage was qiven to secure the pa
ment of the balance of the purcha:
Termis'Oifehalf Cash on the da
of~ sale. jund the balance on credit<
one and twpt years eqgpally cdivide<
the credit -por~tion to dlraw interes
a from thea day of sale at the rate<
-eight per cent per~ annum till pai
a und be securedl by the bond of ti
purchaser and a mortag~e of the pri
mnises so sold; that the purchasi
haive leave to anticipate payment
the credlit port ion if he or she desire
P~urc'ha:ser to pay for all papers, ri
Ienu stamVIp5 andI ree)rding the. sanm
IL' purchaser~ fail. to) eCK,'mply with th:
-JTirms ofI the Sale in one hour th~
s a w'ill be,. sold at the~ risk and e.
.ewe of former pur.chaser.
0. S. STIX'WART,
Cleik of Commni' P'leas Court.
Pickens County, S. C.
Oct. 10th 19e21.
1 to NOTICE. t
tronlso the Plesant Hill School Di!
trict No. 24 that the above name
school will begin its winter sessio
of school on November 7th, 1921, ar
the Compulsoi-y Educational Law wi
go into eIYfect on November the 17tl
V.' H. Kelly.
J. W. Stephens.
J. B. Barrett.
This is to. giv natiee thse the Cor
pulsory school lawa for Martin Scho
Distr'ict N... 40) wi. conIvene Novei
I ('ir,. Boar.i Tru.te
The Pickens townsihip singing co
'anti,., will meet at Griffin chur
twxt Sindlay ev'ening at 1 :30 P. M.I
over'ybodyV comle and1( have a go
s-in'zin. We have the p)romise
some good singe's. come and he
them. - - .
W. R. Lewis, Sec.
Mrs. J A. Robertsoni spent the pt
- week en i Tietadale a Easley
Notices run under this head at t
rate of one cent a word for first i
sertion, one-half cent a word f
each subsequent insertion.
I- I WILL BUY your poultry, eg
and mu'tiplying onions on Saturda
*r E. H. Craig, Pickens
-. FOR . RENT-One or two-hor
o! farm, near Mountain Grove churc
y T. A. Kelly, Pickens R3, Phone N
h ----_-_----- - ..
I WANTED-To buy 2 shoats weig
ing about 100 lbs. each. W. A. Mat
e ews, Pickens.
- LOST-October 3, a 12-year-o
boy's brown and black checked coa
between A. W. Stevens' gin and ti
Pickens Cotton Mill. Finder retur
to my home on Jack Nation place al
iret reward. Altha Cantrell, Cent!
LOST-One Qreen, thick laprob
etwe.:n Frank Chapman's and 0.
Crenshaw's. Finder please notif
S. B. Looper, Daeusville, S. C.. R
'.EED OATS FOR SALE- Fu
ghim and Appler. $1.00 per bushe
J. E. Durham, Pickens R 5.
I HAVE sufficient timber to sat
from two to three million shingle
and would like to make a trade wit
some party to do the sawing. Se
me at once. Robert Stewart, Picken
FOR SALE-Sixty acres, more o
less, near Shady Grove; good barn
good buildings and tenant houses
well watered and young orchard
Will sell on good terms.
J. M. Wood, Sunset, S. C
SHINGLE MILL OUTFIT FOI
SALE-One 6 . h. p. boiler and on
Busha shingle mill to go at a bar
gain. If interested see S. C. Col
ins, Sunset, S. C.
PUMPK[NTOWN STORE, FO
. SALE-I will sell my stock of get
eral merebandise and rent my stoi
house and fixtures at good terms i
responsible party. This is the fine
location in the county for a counti
store. A. C. Sutherland, Pickens I
JUST RECEIVED two cars
wheat grower. Will sell for ca
only. J. D. Holder & Son, Picker
-1. -- ________
n. WILL EXCHANGE 15 shares
)0 Cyclone Motor.-Truck stock for F
e. touring car. E. L. Henderson, Ce
n tral, S. C.
-A FOR SALE-Berkshire and Dut
.e pigs; near Shady Grove church;
weeks old. T. P. Wood, Sunset, S.
f NOTICE.-Battery charging $1.
j, [ keel) new acid for thenm. All tei
;t ing free. It is better to have the
f charged than buy new ones. C.
d Hunter, Pickens, S. C., R2.
.FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
r Several farms. in Pickens countyf
f town pi-operty. Can arrange ten
s. on purcha-ses. Can also save y
money on n.rst class G;eorgiai ma.rr
.See me before buying. Wil
e Free~man. R. F. D. 4, Pickens. S.
WOLF CREEK SCHOOL NOTIC
Wolf Creek school will betini
next term Noember 21 and nati
is hereby given that the compulso
school attendance law wvil go into <
feet in saidl district November &
Mrs. Jesse Morris. Miss Irene Ne'
ton and Miss Ruby Chastain will
the teachers of the Wolf Creek schc
J. M. Brazeale,
d Chmn: Board of Trustees.
d MONEY TO LOAN.
~. On Improved Farms in Pickei
Oconee and Greenville counties. Ci
property, Greenville, Easley a
R. E. BRUCE, Pieckenis, S. C.
Office Over Keowee Bank.
G. G. CHRISTOPHER~
Pratice in all Courts.
Offce over Pickens Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
Greenvi'le. S. C. Pick.ons, S.
MARTIN & EARI.E
-Pratice in all Courts.
Pickens Omeie in Court Hlows.
et Phone 404.
Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C.
F. L. WEBB, M. D.
ist Physician and Surgeon.
Cateechee. S. C.
Wj Ready To Wea
For Ladies, Miss
Y.f -? - ~ ~ ____
Evpr' Jine of merchandise is cheal
more: in price than any other line 0
e line of ladies Coat Suits started at
h. $40.0 ,~iu all wool suits, in the very
The biggest line of children, miss(
values. Ladies coats in all' wool, at
Misses 'coata in all sizes from $4.(
d Our line o-' dresses for misses at
t dresses for musses in Jersey and Set
es for ladies at $10.00, $12.50, $15.0
styles and colori.
Sweaters in all wool, for childre
Our first shipment of Sweaters wei
.. ,mits co)ming All alon. by express
DON'T PAY HIGH PRICES JUS
, HABIT OF DOING IT. IT'S A BA
BEFORE YOU BUY, AND DON'T I
- dn-t beiIeve prices are going much v
our line of Ready To Wear fc
"The store whei
Olothing, Shoes, II
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS,
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
I. M. Mauldin, et al, Plaintiff,
e Sallie Capps, et a[, Defendants.
o In pursuance of a Decretal Or
it der made in the above stated case
by his Honor R. W. M1eminiinger.
o4 O October 6th 1921.
I will sell to the highest bidder
for cash salesday in November,
ih 1921, the same being Nov. 7th, 1921,
during the legal hours for sale at
Pickens C. IL, S. C. the following
of described tract of land to wit:
rd pAll that.iece, parcel or traet of
land lying and being situate in the
4t State and County aforesaid, in
- Dacusville . township and con.taining
oc Seventy- five (',-5) acres, more or less
arid adjoins lands of C. W. Cox, H. E.
C. Mull, James Barrett. estate. J. L.
_Looper, et. at. and being the same
5lad'wnaed by G. W.~ Banks, at his
Terms of sale cash, purchaser to
rpay for all paisers revenue Stamnps
0ty 12. 1.OM l.0no
n L0Ml tl.40AM 12.40PM 4.001
7.3SAM 5.55PM 6.8I5PM 10.401
10.05AM 8.05PM 9.05PM 12.5
11.4SAMI 9.20PM 10.20PM 2.20)
__ 1.05PM 10.29PM l1.20PM 3.23j
,3OPM 10.50PM t t.4IPM 3.44)
9.0M ~~i~iikW 9.0
. 1.00AM 4.00AM 10.45)
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T.1WM~ - "W .04~7.05J
-- 11.O0PM '/.40AM 8 i.4OAM 12.357
c 4.15AM 11.13AMI 12.20PM 4.051
'4.35AM lt.24AMV lt35PMt/ 4.171
I 6.45AMi I.30PM~ 2.4MP~M 6.0
Nos 37 and .14. NE~W YORK & M"
Club car. Lirar,-Ob mvaln c.. N
No.. 13? & ?38. -ATi.AN TA 3vIEC!
'.e, IndoS 3) tr:so:l.co, tourist aopi
Naa. 23 & .?O. OLmM(NCHAM SPI
S4P FranccWshinto aourist eseepi:
Dhilng a. Coaches.
Orleans, Montgomery, Birmia a'im, Ath
Note: Nos. 29 and 30 use Peachtrea
Note: Train No. 138 connsects at Wi
leaving Washilngton 8.19 A. M. via Penna
For Fd AndWi
esa o Chidren, at pri
Lss Than a Year Ago.
)er by far. than a year ago, but all lit
E merchandise. In fact the bottom hf
;25.00 and went-to $70.00. Our line ti
latest nolela, in all colors.
s, and ladies coatv we have ever s8iowi
id a big range of styles and colors il
0 to $15.00. Infant and children:s cl
d ladies embrace all the newest thing
.ge from $5.00 to $7.50. A full line of
0 .up to $20.00. A big line of Shirt Wz
n, nisses, boys, men, and ladies. At
e sold out within a week after we re<
T BECAUSE FOR THE PAST YEA1
D HABIT, AND BESIDES. YOU D(
ISTEN TO' ANY CROAKER WHO
ig'her, at least not soon.
r ladies, misses and children. A sui
'e quality in merchandis
Ats and Gents' Furnisihig
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns.
and recording the same. If purchas
er falls to comply with the terms of
sale in one hour, the same will be re
sold at the risk of former purchaser.
O. S. ST!WART,
Clerk of Common Pleas Cburt,
Piekens County, S. C.
Oct. 10th, -1921.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. E. Findley, Plaintiff against Clan
Byrd, J. M. Jameson, and Keowee
Bank, et al, Defendants.
- -, In pursuance of decreetal Order
madWin the abo% -stated case by his
Honor, Judge R. W. Memniinger, dat.
ed October 6th 1921, I will sell to
the highest bidder i the terms here.
inafter named on, salesday in Novem
ber 1921,, the same being Novemei
I7th 1921, During the legal hours for
sale at Pickens C. H. South Carolina.
All that certain piece parcel or
tract of land lying and beine situate
in the State and County aforesaid in
outb and Washingto
SCHEDULES BEGINNING AUGUST 14. 19i
... ATLANTA, CA.
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PM lv IPeachtree Station (Cnt. Time) ar
'M ar GREENVILLE, S. C. (East. Time) i,
aM ar RTANBURG, S.C.I
Mat CH-ARLOTTE, N. C. i,
Mar SALISBURY, N. C. iv
LMat High Point, N. C.
kM ar REENSORO, N. C. i
Sar Winston.-Salem, N. C. ,
SDrRaoligh, N ._________
NV 'a LLEMW VA. ____
~Wo Norfok, Va.- 3
nr R)chmo.wd. VW.
*,WASHINCTO)N, D. C. 1.
.S ALTMORE, MD., e a .sj.. 1,
i rNorth PHILADEL~.P*A ii
CIV .. Dnwisro Lt .I ing341: ~e,:a,
a, ct northbound. Si.*ing car he vee Ritu.
SINCTON ATLATrA & NEW ORLEANS EXPRESS,
Ste Stl Aauato nd ew ork. Dining car. C
aehngto with "C.0NIAL EXPRESS," throgga 2:
N.UTrunk Aenn Antfnn. h -i. G
ces 5 ~ ~ et
es of RdA Var have declined
Is just dropped out. Last fall ou*r
is fall starts at $12.50 and goes o
t, and we rinkvA? bet style's apd
18.50, 5 00'! to $35.60.
oats from"#ft.td0t4* $7"M
a shown for this fall. Jumper
all wool Serge and Tricotine' dress
ist4, and skirts in all the latest
ther line that has be'eh cut itY half.
eived them, but we have new ship..
t OR SO YOU HAVE FOMED A.
)N,T HAVE TO ANY MORE. LOOK
TAE-5S HIGHER 'PRICES. We
1 conueg befori the
Goods- Spdi Ity
Pickens;oi "'pbn waters. of
Wolf .,ank ad~oining landS of
W. E. 'lcka ardner Freeman,
W. F. Su nmons, A bert Byrd, and A.
G. Hen k's, Yd containing seventy
one (71, areI miore or less and be
ing the same land conveyed by J. M.
Jameson, o Clan Byrd, Jan. 29th
Teris of sale cash,, purchaser to
iay for all pal)ers revenue stanmps
.Aid recording the same. If )urchaser
fiiis to'-dmIly vith 'tihe terms of the
sale in one--hdvr thisame will be re
sold at tie risk mnd expense of the
O. S. STEWART,
Clerk of Common Pleas Court.
..... :-.....-. .s9unty, S. Q.
Oct. 10thi, 1921.
All persons are :hereby -notified not
to hunty cut~ timbe&,. ash, or trespass
in any manner on the lands of tihe
estate of -B.. S.. Fri0eman, pon penalty
a f the law.
Mrs. HI. A. Robins'on, Ad~ar,
No * 29 N. 37 N..3.N.3
......5.50PM 4.50PM 5.25AM
l0.55SAM 5.30PM 4.30PM 5.05AM
7.00AM 2.10PM 1.00PM 1.05AM
V.5AM 1.00PM 11.52AM 11.45PM
3.25AM 10.40AM 9.30AM .5P
2.05AM 9.20AM 8.10AM 7.45PM
K2.45AM 8.02AM 7.02AM (6.27PM
S12.Z5AM 7.35AMa 6.15AM G.58PM4
'OiN PM i 12.40X T-4)M -33
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AM t.3& ~G~36PV.....
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ti.3OAM 7.I4PM 5.47PM . 3.2)AM4
~.24AM i7.02P'M 5.35PMl' 3.04AM'
Af | .05PM 3.35PM 12.304.6if
rairm otat ercom sleeping cane baween
cvo~n Atlcnr.rn andc Ric hmocnd. Dini.ng car.
umb, Atlanta, Wachingtont and Niw Yor3.
I osnd Atlanta southbound. Obaarvation e..
Draing room seping care between New
min to floiton mla Hal1l Cat.be Beete,
,d W.A~unqtm... n .