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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-current, November 16, 1922, Image 12

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CLERK'S SALE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
D. B. Taylor. Plaintiff,
against
Susan L. Holcombe. Individually, and
as adinina'tratrix of the will of C.
A. Heicombe: Susan L. Davis. Cor
rie Tay: r. J. B. Holcombe and S.
In pu.rsuane c: :re.tal order
:ade in tle ab-:: :a:.; case by his
H(,nor Judge T. 1..ai:n, at Cham
i,crs Pik r .. .. . '.d Oct. 27th,
1922. I w: -, highe'st bidder
rr, the r: : ,after named,
SALESDA ' 1EER, 922.
tr _. 'er 4tn, 1922,
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Krwei.s E. B. S . E. H. ILa.
te~r.ce. R. J. 1'fPr a.
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CLERK'S SALE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Jasper Oats, Plaintiff,
against
. Sam Wilson, Defendant.
In pursuance of a decretal order
made in the above stated case by h=s
Honor Judge T. S. Sease. dated Sep
tk mber 28th, 1922, I will sell to the
l ghest bidder on the terms herein
I after named,
SALESDAY IN DECEMBER, 1922.
the same being December 4th, 1922.
(uring the legal hours for sales at
PIcke:ns Court House, South Carolina,
the following described prop<.rty to
wit:
All those three tracts of land situ
':e in Pickens County, South Caro
lina, to wit:
Firt. All that tract of land pur
_ a 'l from Mary Hallums, contain
One hundred and eighty (180)
more or less, adjoining the
Lawrence McWhorter. Ab
ate. Carme[ church prop
... A 'r.at other tract of land
Tho*mas King land
:.. . r pu.h ndred and fty
T A. t'r.r. a ur
J. S.~~W. r...m Mr
r. A:".r . ^.i~ la r.
?.f'erc is ad A' h. above*
de.:ds wherein the abovc
* were conveyed to J. Sam W'
fu. r a complete description r f
angston s
AGE
a. W* '. Lansto
aregg at' t pre ent
Jb. W25cgto
ame pricd Plcin
ppreciated.
~or trade,
VDR/OKS
eafd property.
TERMS: One half cash on day of
Eafle, the balance on credit of one
year to be secured by mortgage on
the premises. bearing interest at the
rate of eight per cent from date of
sale, purchaser to pay for revenue
stamps and all papers and the .re
cerding same. The successful bid
der imme("ateiy upon the sale of the
premises -to him shall deposit with
the said clerk the sum e,f eight hun
dred dollars as guarantee of his com
ihance with the terms of his bid in
rc-asrnabl. time. Should he not go
comply, the said premises will be re
scld on the same eor on some subse
r:uert salesday on the same terms
c. the risk and expense of the former
rprchaser after crediting saicjie
p.t n the Mr.rtgage debt of the
::rtiff. In case of compliance the
E. :ishall be applicd en the pur
.. 1:'e of the !andl.
O. S. Stewart,
Clerk of Ccurt.
P:eker~s Ccunty. S. C.
s rh1C22
(:LERN'S S ..E(
TATE OF SOUTH CAR~OLINA,
OUNTY OF PICKENS.
N COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
..a. Gii:son. Plaintiff,
against
a::b. Wilson Merritt, et al, De
Ir ruru:ance cf a dec.etal order
ad. in the above stated ease by
Hono'r Judee T. J. Mauldin, on
th <.7 of Nv. 1922. 1 will sell to
he highest bidder for Cash. on
ALESDAY IN DECEMBER, 1922.
ame beire December the 4th.
. +:rinz the eigal hours for sales
P :k:ers Court House. S. C.. the
i-n d:.scribed tract of land to
t:
A . hat :crtain piece. parcel or
a" f : ani. .yine and be-nr situate
aer- Te wr.ship. Pick-n5 coun
'.. .:r. far.d cf Sam. B.
*B." . Par " r... T. N. Da,':r:n
r ..air r adb nht e.rc:
N. :,.R'. :. 37 to s'~
1,,.74 t". =t 'c
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..n E.11. ; .,
.n._e a up
:> -r3 ron r.nors
with 4'
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b r 14.la.
S H F's SA Ll.E~
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF P'ICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
E. F. Loet. as executor of the last
will and testama~ti et Mrs. lizzic
l.ooper, deceased. Diefendaint.
By virtunre ot' an execution issued
end signed by 0. S. Stewart, Clerk
(1 Court for Pickens County in the
above stated ease, dlated the 2nd( day
of November, A. D). 1922, and to me
(dircted. I have levied upon and will
s ll to the highest biddtr on
SALESDAY IX D)ECEM~BER, 1922,
dluring the legal hodii's for public
sales before the Court 1I0% door
at Pickens, S. C., the following des
er'ibed real estate to wvit:
All that piece. parcel or tract of
land lying and b ing in the State
Endi~ county aforesaid. on Twelve Mile
river, adjoining lands of the County
Poor Farm, Taylor Adams, A. M.
Morris, and others. and containing
one hundred and forty seven (147)
alcres. more or less, and being knowni
us the home place of Mrs. Lizzie
Looner, dleceased.
TERMS: .~ash on day of sale; pur
chaser to pay for all papers, tevenue
stamips and for recording the same.
If purchaser fails to comply wvith the
termns of the sale wvithin a reasonable
time the land will be resold at the
isk of' the fornmer purchaser..
R. R. ROA RK,
Sheriff Piekens County.
Ms. Stanley and Robert 31er
SHEIuFF'S SALLE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEASI
A. M. Mauldin, Plaintiff,
vs
John Hunt, H. W. Hamilton and J.
H. Earle, Defendants.
In pursuance of a decretal order
rade in the above stated case and
1:igned by h:8 Honor T. J. Mauldin,
Judge of the 13th Judicial circuit, at
chambers on the 11th day of Nov
ember, A. D., 1922, 1 will sell to the
'r.ighest bidder on
SALESDAY IN DECEMBER, 1922, .
during the legal hcurs for public
sales before the Court House door
The packag
Your taste c
The sales pr
Over 7 billio
SFET & IYERS TOBAcCO Co.
$100
XIV
To stimulate ti
jowling offer at our
We will give in
number ties
Second greates>
Third greatest :
Fourth greates1
No strings to this o:
tie checks. Get bi
Christmas and mak
COTTON CR01
CROSSTlES ARE B
We buy both R
WAKE UJP!
TAYLOR-COI
at Pickens, S. C., the following des
cribed real estate to-wit:
All that certain piece, parcel or
lot of land lying and being situate
ir the city'of Easley, state and coun
ty aboved named and known as one
half of an esiginal lot of land No.
6 in block No. 7 as shoyvn by plat
made' by J. H. Edmunds, C. E., for
the late Dr. R. F. Smith, and front
ing on Johnson avcnue 50ft. and be
ing 107 1-2 ft. deep. and being the
same lot of land conveyed by D. M.
Mauldin to John Hunt, reference to
which deed is hereby made, and being
the same lot mortgaged by John Hunt
to D. M. Mauldin. See volume 22,
page 167. Clerk's office for P ckens
:ounty.
suggests it.
onfirms it.
ove it.
n sold yearly
x"'+1 '' ""I
heste"'2
CIGARE
s
.00F
te cross-tie business
Pickens and Seneca
CASH to person ha
: number ties ..
aumber ties . .
; number ties . .
Efer. Awards to be
isy and take this
3 your family happ:
* IS LIGHT AND (
RINGING A GOOI]
3d and White Oak ']
WAKE UP !
.0UITT TIE AN!
Terme: Cash on day of sale, pur.
-haser to pay for all papers, revenue
stamps and for recording the same.
[I purchaser fails to comply With the L
terms of the sale within o4 hour
after the sale the same will be re.
told at the risk of the former pur
+laser.
R. R. ROARK,
Sheriff Pickens County.
Nov. 14 1922.
Pickens is fortunate in having a
cash market for cross tes. Not only
do Taylor-Colquitt Tie and Pole Co.
buy white oak but they also buy red
oak t'es. They have a tic inspector
at Seneca as well as at Marietta.
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ff -glassine -terappeai.
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