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GARY HIOTT, Editor and Mgr.
Be it ordained by the Ma or and
iy council of the city of Pic ens in
uncil assembled and by the authori
That an ordinance to regulate
al;imbing and the installation of wa
i' and.ewer systems in dwellings and
u1siness houses within the incorporate
iits of the City of Pickens be en
ted, as follows:
See. 1. That an inseS-tor of plumb
i shall be appointed, and the duties
such inspect->r shall be to see that
rules an i egulations in regard
sanitary phimbing in said City, as
reinafter set fcrth, are faithfully
d diligently observed, executed and
Sec. 2. That it shall he understood
at plumbing means any water pipe
nnections to convey any water of
City Water Plant into, or on
y private or public property; in
0llation of any cast iron or lead
.e that constitutes the drainage and
ntage system to which any plumb
g or other fixtures or taps are con.
- cted for the purpose of supplying
iter or removing waste and refuse
om buildings or other places to the
wer or disposal plants; also house
'ains, house sewer, sewer connect
na to the main or lateral sewers
' the sanitary sewer system of the
ity; also the laying of any pipe to
nvey gas, steam or for any purpose
I or across any street, lane or alley,
ublic park or square.
See., 3. Any person, firm or corpora..
on desiring to solicit or do business
s a plumber by the day or by the
,b or otherwise, shall pay to the City
'Icrk and Treasurer a fee of Twenty..
ve ($25) Dollars as a license fee
nld agree to be governed by thle rules
.nd regulations that are or may be
Alopted by the council for the pro
ection of the City Water and Sewer
'11nt and for the health of the public
mnd that every such license issued
ereinunder may he at any Lime re
oked by the City Council at its plea..
Sec. 4. Aily person, firm or corpor..
Ition desiring to install or lay pipes
Ir water, sewer, gas or steam or for
my ether purpose in or* on any public
r 1privalte prxoTperty, street, lane or
lley shallI make and 1Ile witlh the
umbin~ insp ttr an application inl
writime on a bihm to be furnished by
a td phumbi inspector for periis
ion to install or lay such pipes. Said
plicati(n shall state fully the ni
t.lro and exteA of the work to be
lone, the d (pth of the excavation to
bo made and1 shsl furnish sudh fur
thur informationi as shall be required
by the said plumbin inspector Be
fore such permissihn shmall be granted
by the plubin- inspe-tor it shall be
agreed that. when h1( maikes a hole,
enavation r alterati ( of any sort
in any st-rcet, lane r aleb, or side
walk, rark or1 pubillic u sPeE)m- any
:ther public place wilhiin the ('ity lim
ts, ho shall fill such hnoh- or e'xcava
lion and will restore ori replatce such
treet, lane, alley, sidlewalk, 'u rbstone
public park or square or ot her lalce
vi th as good surface and1( in as good
'endliticfn as before the work was done.
A\nd if by any reoson of' any act, de
fauli t cf neglect on t he part of' such
I PPlicaniit or' any person, fir orl)0) (cor
:cmationm -whethe ani 11 indi~epenident
-ontractori or not--who shall 0 any
.v ik for such applicant under such
crmit 0r by any agent ofi any such
;arties or by reason of any act what.
eCver done or' sufferedf by any such
';irt its anud, furt hu r, that he will pa
11i 11nes :uil t)nii es imposed uponf
mi for any viointion~ of any ordinance
P 3~an ru% ile ori requbiton1c of the City
f Pickens or i t. ant hoi- zc ofices
e' agenits dur i ntg the valhidIity of such
ermiit. All such work shi bIle hga.
'ed and ('xe((tctd so that no injury
lall occur toi any pulic sewer, or
;am innect(1ed wit h the said sewer'
ud in the 'eent of aniy such injuries
he persen laying sa -h pip ec' r making
uch cen nect ions shal mnak e good the
am e. 'I he mner of' (excavating for
P e and t he Iayi'g t hereof and the
efllug of suchm st.avation shall in
- l respects~ be subjlect to t he approval
I fsuch phtimbing inspectori. All ap
-heations for pernuissionm t.o connect
o the sewer system or to (Iay
ilumbing wyork shall Rw< 9an
ocation of the Property,v the ,m of
.he owner and the name of the pem'si
.r firm employed to (10 the work. No
*Germiit shall be deemed to authori,
mnything not statedl in the application
'in such a ppheiation the plunmbing in.
peto if therbay authorizedto sus..
eeedng nderhislicense, for '.sech
period as the plumbing-inspector may
Jeem prop~er, not exceedli ng thirty
lays for each eflense. And such mis..
representation of any of the facts
- hall constitutcaa sepeirate offense un-.
ier the terms of this section. If
such isrepr'Iesentatio:n ailppears to be
wilful the 'ouncil may recvoke the li
cfnse cf such plumber. Permits to
connect with cr to thme sewer system
will be issued only whin the plumbing
to be connectc d is in accordance with
the rules for plumbing hereinafter
described, and has he<n in iinec(ted by
the plumbing insre*tmo, er in cas0 of
-new buildings, when a proper plan
for such plu11mhin i as been 1011)1 lapproved~
by suc(h plumiibing~ inispect r. g
-IThe Plumbing insreet ir shal, on
retuest, deosigna te, free c f charge, the
-itioni of (.ach YV-brianach in t he street
c~wer'a or drains v'ulnd l nl'umbing
a showvn Ihv the r'vr'.d at. his office.
All cc.nie n s ninle vL m an m.,i.,s..
oonnectiOts made therewith shall 'bo ;
madoendgf* i direction o the plumb I
in inspector. For issuing such per. I
)tislion itid for making the inspection I
a fee Of Tw'o ($2.00) dollars shall be i
paid by the plumber.
S.ec. 6. Before such permit shall ]
bo issued for doing plumbing work in
any building, or before any additions r
are made to any plumbing work in )
any building, or before any additions
are made to any plumbing already
existing, a plan and description of the
work to be done, signed by a licensed
plumber, on a blank to be furnished
by the Plumbing Inspector for that
purpose, shall be filed with such
plumbing inspector, and no such work
shall be commenced until such plan
shall have been approved by the
Plumbing Inspec-tor, Every plan shall
contain a clear and full description of
the plumbing, showing the position
and kind of traps, closets and other
fixtures, and the work done under
these plans shall be subject to, in
spection of the Plumbing Inspector,
and no alteration shall be made in
any plan or in .the work without a
special permit from him.
The terms and conditions stated
in All permits shall be strictly com
plied with and the work shall be (lone
by the plumber in whose name the
permit is given or by a licensed plum
ber who is employed, by the person
in whose name said )ermit is granted.
All new and re-constructed work shall
be subjected to hydraulic test.
Sec. 6. The Plumbing Inspector
shall have the power to discontinue
or condemn the use of any drain or
or plumbing that may be connected
to the sewer system 'if he has reason
to believe that it is not sanitary or
may in any way.,cause any stoppage
or injury to the. sewarage system
or the health of the public.
All plumbing shall be itiade to com
ply in all respects to the rules and
regulations governing plumbing be
fore any permit shall be isssued to
connect same to sewer.
The Plumbing Inspector shall, as
often as may be necessary, inspect
all houses in course of erection or
repair and shall see that all plumbing
work therein is done in. accordance
with the provisions of this ordinance.
When drain, soil-waste-and vent pipes
are Placed in buildings thpey,shall be
luft uncovered and conviepidfit for in
spection, and the., plumber shall im
mediately rel)ort same to' theioffice of
thn plumbing insl)ector for inspection.
The Plumbing Inspector shall con..
denlli and order removed all defective
material and all work that has not
been done in a workmanlike manner.
The plumber shall remove any de
fective material or work when so er
d retl to d so by the Plumbing In
spe' tor and shall replae same to the
t.isf-action of the plumbing insl)ector
and acr'ding to the regulations of
"aid ordiniaince'A governing such.
No 0onnetiol shall be made with
P.ny cf the City's sewer or water pipe
except by a prcperly authorized plum
bor. furnished with a permit from the
Plunibing Inspector, and under his
Propt.'r barriers and lights must be
maintained on the banks of all tren
ches or ditches to guard the; public
against accidents during the progress
of work. Every..conneetion with the
public sewer shall be 'iade' with six
inch 1-8 bens and the Y and six inch
)ipo shall extend from this point to
the wvithin property line.v nd shall be
bu rid at least two and one-half feet
deep, counting from. the top C the
peie, except within--yqrds and'on prop
erty where there is no vehicle traffic,
and' in such case it shall, )he buried
at least ene~ and' onie'haf 'feet deep,
countinig from the top of the pipe.
The Plumhing Inspector may specify
the kind, size andl grade of terra-cot
ta pipe that shall be used and shall
specify where cast iron pipe is to be
used instead of terra-cotta in yards.
All .joints in terra-cotta pipe shall be
madle wvith cement of first quality
mixed half and half ,with~cleain sand.
No tempered up miortor will, be allow.
ed1. All joint~s of cast iiolevlpe shall
be made with oakum or lead. Screw
ed1 joints shall be made wvith white
lead, if wriought iron pipe is used. In
n'> ease wvill rain leaders gutters or
any sur'face wvaters be allowedl to con
ncet to or enter into the sewver sys
Sec. 7. No connection wvith soil
pipe shall be made except those made
with lead andl brass. .lconniections
made0 with wrougJ' lh. pipe must.
be made with rcde e ttngs. 'Traps
and fresh air inlets muse tbe;;laced
im sewers when dleemod7 neggary by
the plumbing inspector'.''dAM1avaste.
pipo systems shpall be as direct as
possible, and shall.,have a proper fall
towvard the sefp'r2 'AU connections
made with hordzon til waste' pipes
shall be made with yEbgapches, ex
cept where it is impossiblo. Soil
r ipes and stacks of waste pipe 'shall
be carried through the roof undimin.
ished in size to a height of at least
0one foot above the ropfin) above all
openings within twenty feet. No
squar'e bend~ shall bej .upnd.: .Every
fixture having a waste shall have a
separate, suitale, app rgvefiltrap plac.. 1
e(t near as possible' to thie fixture ex- I
cpt in case of wvash try !whecn one
trap may answver fer a set of three
COmpar'tmnits; these traps shall be
priotu'eted from syphonage or air' pres..
sui'e by a speciaul air, pipe of size not
less than waste. Air pipes for water I
closets, slop hoppers, grease traps te
shall be at Si'z not les than a two
mneh bor'e. 'li're fixtures of 1 1 -2
me(hcs waste may be used1 on 11-2
inch vent, but the evaste Pipe from
these thriee fixtur'(s must not be le'ss
thant two; me~hrs mn diameter and a
v'ent net over twecnty feet in length.
Fixtures wyith I 1-4 inch waste andl
1 1.4 inch Vent to each fixtuire may1~
i'e used on I 1-2 inch. E2l-:k a' pipe
shallI be im e n d ircect as pibe an d
smiall branich vents .'allI be connecOttd
OI)beve 'the overflow of the ftixtur'<
bIcy rerve; shall b' ('nn1 ie'd thrioug~h
the roof inUde pendeptIy Ier condne'te .1
'mek'' into the main1 venot stac(k four'
:ot abo.'e the higv~h i' Iure.
All c-re' iInni Ine shlli be srn,
Iree from holes aid era'elk rigd,'
rrade known to the trade as Atandr
ird." All joints between lead and
rass shall b0' wiped with solder. All
rork must be done in a workmanlike
nanner and to the satisfacion of the
All fixtures other than water closets
nuat be provided with suitable meta
ic strainers so fastened over the out
et of said fixture as to .prevent clog
ring of waste.
Waste pipes fropi refrigerators or
>ther receppables in which provisions
ire stored shall not be connected with
iouse sewers, unless such pipes are
,rovided with suitable traps properly
ientilated and in every case there
3hall be an open air trap between
rays and refrigerators.
Water closets, urinals or slop sinks
must never be placed in unventilated
rooms. In every case the'room must
be open to outer air.
Syphon action and syphon jet closet
not over two feet from stack may
have two inch vent dispensed with,
provid(ed in botl the above cases that
no wasto from other 'closets enters
stack above same. Sinks, basins and
bath tubs will be allowed on four inch
stacks where constructed as above set
out. Waste pipes in inacesssable
places must be three inches if not
over ten feet long. All flashing
through the roof must be of sheet
lead not lighter than four pounds per
square foot. Four smakll fixtures will
bc allowed on four inch verticle stack
in addition to water closet without
reventing, provided same enter above
closet opening with P or drum traps
and not over two and one half feel
from stack, in this casse a re-vent wil
not be necessary. The Plumbing In
spector shall be the judge of the
quality, material and workmanship.
All clean-outs must be the same
size as that cif the pipe they serv<
and must be accessable. No holes
will be allowed cut in any cast iron
wrought iron or sewerage connections
for any purpose which cannot be
closed with plugs. Broken Qipe shal
be.removed and cleanouts placed that
they may be accessable for future
use. When a part of the cast iron oi
swerage system is broken into to ob.
tain onening for other fixtures, or foi
any other purpose, and both ends arc
permanently fastened a sission, oi
equally insertable joint shall be used
In making alternations or installing
additional fixtures if it is found im
practicable to comply with plumbing
ordinance, a special permit in writing
shall be issued by thc. Inspector if
in his judgment conditions require
it. Loop or continuous venting sys
tenis to be followed.
No branch shall be made on side
)f traps or bends for any connections
All horizontal lines of vents below
line of fixtures to be avoided. Wet
vents shall be allowed for re-venting
water closets by using waste fron
basin or tub. All fixtures to be or
mc flior. not over five feet fron
closet. Soda fountain connections wil
be subject to the porvisions of thi
ordinatice and the size of waste pip
shall bc at least. two inches with on
two inch trap into which all wast
and dril)s may empty within five fee
of trap. Two fixture! will be allowe
on a cross in a vertical stack or a I
in a horizontal when waste in ven
tilated full size-I.
All closet connections shall be mad(
with lead bend and brass ferrule wip
od together, unless the cast iron pipi
is swung to building and free fron
ground. No ramon ferrules shall b'
There shall be a shut off on mail
water line at the end of the firs
ioint of pipe from the meter. In ad
dlition thereto there shall be a stol
and wvaste, connected by union, ou
ueah and every riser or yard hydrant
One 1 1-2 inch galvanized vent shal
be permitted on sinks, lavatories, bath
tubs and urinals not over twenty fee
high, provided the fixtures are no
over twenity feet from stack. Tw<
fixtures of 1 1-4 inch waste allowec
as above set out, if diree'.tly on stacl
with P trap, both on same floor.
Where a plumber has secured
contract or has been entrusted wvitl
work, and after soeuring such contrac
rr work, fails to complete such con
triact or work within a reasonabbi
time, it shall be the duty of thi
Plumbing Inspector to notify saic
pl!umb<.r of his default and that sait
contract or work must be carriet
on to completion. and if said plumbei
er contractor, after receiving such no
Lice, fails or refuses to carry out sair
contract or wvork to completion wvithir
a reasonable time thereafter, or faibr
or refuses to attempt to complete sait
work, then he shall be deemed guiltyv
of a violation cf this ordinance, and
on conviction in the City Court, shal:
be punishe'1 by imprisonment not ex.
ceeding thirty days or a fine not ex.
Any person who shall violate or
shall refuse or neglect to comply with
mny of the reqiuirements of this or
linance, or any amendments thereof
;hall upon conviction, in the City
Tourt, be punished by a fipne of not
nore than One Hundred Dollars or
>y imprisonment for not more than
hirty (lays for every such offense.
n addition thereto he shall be comn
elledi to cause the work to conform
o the provisions of this chapter or
ts amendments, and each day's un
hea255ry delay in complying there
vith shall be held to be a separate
mad distinct offense and shall be pun
Tis ordlinance is nadoptedi to regu
ate the Business of Installing Sani
ry Plumbing and Supervision aind
All c.rdinanega and parts of ordi
nexaes inconsistent herewith are here.
vtY peofed, mwl this (erdimmtl shall
t:.cde-et from and immediately af
t the passage he'rcee ,
ne and rautifiedl in council as..
semlld and by the autthorityv of saine
i thW 1Gt (11a~iy of March, 1922.
C. L,. CUTRETON,
C;. G. CT RISTOPHE~R,
Both young and old men today a
After making careful inspection of
we decided that the "Griffon". ma
and finest tailored line we found but
or by far than other higli' grade el
Van Heusen Colh
Something new but good. N
your shirts. Saves your ties. A
We havo some pleasant %things
dress shirts will surprise you both
finest silk siirt. A beautiful line o
makers quite as cficient as those wh
The home of Walk-Ov
woven hosiery, Griffoi
Machines, Irun King St
Clothing, Shoes, 11
SPECIAL NOTICES I
Notices run under this head at the:
rate of one cent a word for first in
sertion, one-half cent a word for
each subsequent insertion. No notice
accepted for less than 25c first time.
100 tons 16 per cent acid. Morris
& Co., Pickens.
for our evtalogue; thread for em
broidery, any color; embroidery
needle, the very latest, will be sent
C. 0. D. for $1.00 on 10-day trial.
Write today. Arthur Flood, 193 Line
Street, Charleston, S. C. 50
I will grade cotton seed Friday,
March 17, and Thursday and Friday,
March 23 and 24. E. E. Lsk, Pick
MILK COWS FOR SALE.-Young
fresh milk cows from $25.00 to $35.
t 00, giving 2 and 3 gallons. Good
stock. Come and see what I have.
A. D. Mann, Six Mile, S. C.
BLACKSMITH WORK in exchange
for country produce.-I will do your
- blacksmith work and take pay in
country prodluce. My prices are
right,'too. J. Wesley Garrett, Pick
FOR SA LE-A few bushels Clove
land Big Boll cotton seed1, carefully
handled andl ginned, growvn 1920.
Sample of seed may be seen at Pick
ens Hardware and Grocery Co. Jas.
B. Craig, Pickens, S. C.
FOR SA LE-A fine thoroughbred
.iersey bull, about twvo years old.
Will trade for fat beef cattL . WV.
T. Earle, Central, S. C.
For Sale or Trade.-Edison Anm
berola and 22 records; in good condi..
tion; will sell cheap or tradle. R. S.
Reece, Central R 4.
gilTED -$3500for a client on
giltedgesecurity twice the value
of thmis amount. Will pay eight per
ccnt interest and repay the loan in
monthly installments if desiredl. Corn
municate with C. E. Robinson, Pick
ens, S. C.
BATTERIES CHARGED.- I am
still on the job charging batteries.
Also keep new acid all the time. From
50c to $1.25. C. W. Hunter, Pickens
R2. tf. 3w pd.
Seed Corn For Sale.-Write for
information about Douthit's Prolific
Corn. It tops the list at all Experi
ment Stations in this State for five
year period. J. B. Douthit, Jr., Origi
nator, Pendleton, S. C.
boar service $5.00 or pig. W. A
Mathews, Piekens, S. C.
In the matter of C. D. Hodge,
Bankrupt, trading as Hlodge's 5c, 10c
andl 25c Store, I will sell at public
outcry at Easley, S. C., on Monday,
the 3rd dlay of April, 1922, at eleven
o'cleck a. nm. all the stock of good's,
fixtures andi one Ford car, of the
above named Bankrupt amt i he store
at Eamsley, S. C., to the highest bid
derV ftcr cash. The saidl stock of goods.
and~ fixtures wvill be sold separately
cir as a wvhole, in thme discretion of' thc
une crsigned. The right to reject any
I an :ll bids is reserved.
R. E. BRUCE,
es - Van Hie
re looking for snappier, better mad c
several different lines of high gra d
ke was far ahead pf any line we lo c
also reasonable it price, from $25..
othes, but as well made as any.
o starching.- . No rough edges. Wil I
soft collar, with the appearance of
to show you in the way of smart a 1
in quality and price. Starting at $1
of Silk Madras shirts at $2.00, $2.t
o model our Griffon clothes.. And t I
er and Endicott Johnson shoi
ri Clothes, Carhart overall
oves, Devoe Paints, Chase
ats and ents' Furnishinug
CaD for f ctorial Review Patteaem
NOTICE O FINAIL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christopher
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina,
on the 31st day of March 1922, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the personal estate of N. E.
Strickland deceased, and obtain dis
charge as administratrix of said es
Mrs. Carrie Strickland,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given thic I will
make application to N. A. Christopher
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina,
on the 31st day of March 1922, at 11
o'clock, in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the personal estate of W. M.
Strickland deceased, n'nd obtain dis
charge as administratrix -of' said es
Notice of' Final Settlement and
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christo
pher, Esq., Judge of Trobate for
Pickens County, in the State of
South Carolina, on Saturday, the
1st clay of April, 1922, at 11 o'clock,
in the forenoon, or as soon there
aftcer as said applicatuih can be
heard, for leave to make final set
tlement of tihe personal estate of
Roy C. Allen, minor, and obtain dis
charge as Guardian of said minor.
T. R. Allen, Guardian.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims a
gainst the estate of the- late Nancy
E. Neighbors must present the same
duly proven. on or before the 1st
dlay of April. 1922, or be debarredi
payment; and all persons indebted
to said estate must make payment
on or before the above date to J. L.
J. L. Cantrell, Executor.
We, the undersigned hereby prohibi
all persons from hunti'-g, fishing
cutting timber or trespassing in an.
manner upon our landa, under ful
penalty of th law.
W. H. C. Rice
M. A. Albertson
P. T. Hooper
SCHEDULE PICKENS EASLEY
Daity and Sunday.
Leave Pickens for Easley
7:40 a. mn., 11:40 a. in., 2:00 p. m.
5:00 p. m.
Leave Easley for P'ickcns
9:00 a. mn., 1:00 p. np., 3:80 p mn,
9:40 p. mn.
Meets Southern trains Nos. 29, 46,
16, 15, 30 and 45 at Easley. Fare 50c
Bus leaves from Pickens Drug
Store and Easley deplot. WVill call
for Pickens passengers for early
morning trip. Phone calls to Pickens
Drug Co., Phone No. 8.
The Sentinel has 'the exclusive
z.5.ency in Pickens for THarcourt &
Cc., Louisville, Ky.,, makers of
A merica's -fiest ene~raved wvedding
inivifttions, aifnouncemecnta, cards,
stationr'y, etc. The Harcouirt im
pirinit is the miark of hiightsnt quality.
Handusome samlen~ls mayv be sen1 at
'The Pont inel 0ffirt~
clothes, than a: few yea a
a clothes for..nieni', jiAroapyoun I
ked at. Not only the best fitting
0, $30.00, $35'00, uto $40.06. Cheap
not wilt. Will not wrinkle. Say
x stiff collar;
irts and racy nee" 0m.' 14tn, of
.00 and going u 11, r!.
0 and $3.00 Fit b)y%.r
at's quite a comr.
rs & C
as, Stetson-hatS, Inter
s, New HOinNef Sewing
City buggies, American
Goods a Speciaity
STATE OF SOUTH. CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The Fort Hill Bank,'-a Corporation,
against - Plaintiff,
Dave Harris, Susan Harris, M. M.
Hunter, and Farmers Bank of
In pursuance of a decretal order
made in the above stated case by
His Honor Judge T. J. Mauldin, at
Chambers, Pickens, S. C., dated
March 13, 1922, 1 will sell to the
highest bidder, on the terms herein
SALESDAY IN APRIL, 1922
the same being April 3, 1922, during
the legal hours for sales at Pickens
C. H., S. C., all that piece, parcel
or tract of land lying and being sit
uate in the above named State and
County,' and containing five and 67
100 acres, more or less, as shown
by plat of survcy made by S. M.
Martin, surveyor, dn first (lay of
September, 1916, and having the fol
lowing metes and bounds, to-wit:
Beginning at Iron Pin S 3, W
6.82 Iron Pin; thence S 87, E 2.22
to a small ---; thence 19 1-2,
E 5.23 to Iron Pin, center of o1d
roadl; thenco. N 51, W 13.94 to Tron
Pipe. the bcginning corner; a'
ing lands of Aaron Boggs an
tate of' Andrew Jackson.
'TERMS: One-half 'cash on
of sole; balance on credit of t
months to be secured by bor
purchaser and mortgage of
pa~pnises, and the purchaser
beC required to insure the hous.
not less than. eight hundred dollars
and assign, said p~olicy to said Clerk
of Court for further security. Pur
chaser may have leave to pay all
cash on (lay of sale. Purchaser to
pay for all papers, revenue stamps
and r(dordling' the same. If pur-.
chaser fails to comply in one hour
the same wvill be resold the same
day at the risk and expense of the
0. S. STEW ART,
Clerk of Court,
Pickeps County, S. C.
March 13, 1922.
STATE OF SOUTHI CAIROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS. -
IN COMMON PLEAS .COUR'T.
F.asley Loan & Trust Company, a
corporation, E. M. McGee and Hen
ry P. McGee. Plai'ntifs.
Silas Hunt, R. Y. Hlelhims, Independ..
ent Guano Company, J. C, McElory,
Alf McAdams, A. . F. Day, Mrs.
Kate R. Medlock, J. M. McAd'amis,
Bettie Savage, Carrie Smith, John*
Ninmmons and all othersa heirs -at'
law of Wesley McAdams, deceased,
andl all others who may be grantees
or n'ortenge creditors of the said
Wesley McAdams or his heirs ''at'
law, and all persons who may have
e c'rm any interest in the subject
of this action, whose names and
residences arc unknown to plain
To the Defendants above named:
You are hereby summonedl andl re
ouired to answer the complaint in
this action, which was this dlay filed
in the office of the Cl rk of Court,
nt Pir-kone S. C. an'l is nowv o, file
in said office,' and to smre a copy
of your answver to the. said complaint
on the subscriber at his office at
Pickens. S. C. within twenty (lays
after the service hereof, exclusive g
the day of service; andl if you fall
to, answer the complaint -within th'i
tion afoihesaid, the plaintiffs in this
etien will anplv to the Court for
the relief demander1 in the complaint,
Dated March 14, 1922.
C. E. ROBINSON.
0. S. STE~WART,
Clerk of Cour't,