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PICKENS, S. C.
/ UBLISHEI) EVERY THURSJOA3
S1.60 a Year invariably In Advane
eantered at . tckeu, S. C.. Postoflee a
He'ond Class Mal Matter.
-GARY IIOT', Editor and Mgr.
SHlERIFF'S SALE
STATE OF SOU'IH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF FICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS,
V. W. Ford, Pla:ntifl,
vs
L. K. Couch, R. F. L. nhardt. J. V
M1atshal. 't' 1 .. Anericar
Slicing' Btci. oW I allen.
tine, Reminton Ma'h in Co.. Mc
Cray It frigerator Co., a'nd R. E,
Bruce, 'I *i. ,e (:f L. ri. Couch
Banks u t, i)' fendants.
In putsrt of a d: cr :tal ordei
m~adIe l th :( ve stater case by hi!
Ilon(or '1. .1. laul:lin, Judge of tit
l:th Judit :al Circuit, a, chambers
'icktns. S. C., datc- the 1Ith day o1
November, 1922, I wi!I sell to th.
highest bidder on
SALESI)AY IN I-i:MiIER. 1922
dui Ing the l gal h< ar= f ;r public sale:
bcfore the court ITi.'- d~>,r at Pick
(ns, S. C.. thE; e!hv.i :r. d(lescribe
real est.te and 1: . mm ll r'iperty, to
wit:
All that cert' in id.:, parcel 01
tract of la:ad lying an I b :ng situati
in Easley 'I wnship, State and Couni
ty aboved named. olinigt lands o:
.Jas12(r Oats. C. M. Smith, W. M. Bal
l(ntine, Sam Iow(t a:nd M r.. W. W
Ford, and c(ontaining 1:15.4 acres
'ere or le"s. and he:n the sam
tract of lIand this d.y coiaveyed ti
me by W. W. Ford.
All th.ne two e. rt.m In Ms locate:
on N iti .lain str: et in the city o
I:as!ty, County an:I State aforesaid
and known ni lots 1 /5 21 and 22 ii
the plat of' said cicy by McMahot
said lots hav ing a trontae on Nortl
lain street of 20 feet. each w:th
depth of 1(.1 feet, mtiating this entir
parcel of land 5. feet, by 104 fee
boundries b ing south, North Mai
stl eet; w st. Mlountain Vigw I ott
pr1operty; no'rth, let of W.;' I." and I'
10. Pickens, pn ld cast, LI ison-Mulliga
buUIding, and befin;- the same lots cor
veyed to A,. K. Couch by ts. L.
Ticlckyi. ath<( a li. ri by dee:l dated th
-day of .une. 1920. to which det
reference is heretoi mliale.
One Refrigerater Counter No. 12:
as shown on page 22 of Caalogue 7
One Cooler 10 ft. wide and 1.1 I
dheep) and 12 ft. high. IFreeze.r
rear 4 ft. dep, 10 ft. wvide. Thr<
retail wind~ows itn front, one etntratm
door R. H1. endt, otne doorlt jin partit
betweven cooletr andi Freeze.r, frot
fiishelid salne ats NoA.8. utnvartnishie
wallhs ini cooler, six inch wallsi
freez;/er. IAr~*~~I a ulrdecr i ptiont<
these Ii X turIe' e . rerece is hiereb.
mnaude to ect~( aci s enite red itou I
t he Mlecr Iay Refrigerator C ompan11
and L,. K.. Couch, dlated' Junite 291
and September 7th, 1920, andu rector<
ed in (jrice of Clerk of Cour it
Pickens cou nty itt thatt el miortgar
Book C. C., pages 50) to 52 and 9
One No. 5-B. I'emiington1 Refrig
eration Machine complete, having 1'
wheel 41i iches ini diamieeter, I1 imi
face for b)elt power. Tw six im
Amionia geges moutntedl onl orm:
pnental gage board, one (double pii
Amonia Condenser, 1 stand 12 pip<
high 19 ft. long, over all. Oil Sc]
girator, one steel ice tatnk 23x12
flx40 of 3-16 steel. atnd all ~oth<
ies as showvn by specification N,
6689 from Remington Machine C
to L. K. Couch, recorded in Clerk
office for Pickens County, Volume(
C. C., pages 457 to 462.
- Ono Ameriecan Slicing Machine an
pne Pedestal.
TERMS: Cash (on (lay of sale. put
chaser to pay for all paipers, revenu
stamps and for recording the samni
If the purchaser fails to comply w t
the terms of the salc within on
hour after said sale, the propert
herein described wil'l be resold at th
risk of the former purchaser.
* R. R. ROARK,
* ~ SheriY Pickens County.
Nov 14, 1922.
SHERIFF'S SALE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS. -
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Hamilton Gantc, John Gantt, Henr3
.Gatt, Ben Gantt, Frank Gantt ant
Phillis 'Jenkins, Plaintiffs,
vs
Salle Washington, Defendant.
In, pursu~ance of n decretal order
iade tn the above stated case by his
dir_'nted, I will sell to the highest
bidder on R 4
SALESDAy IN DECEMBER, 1922,
during the legal hours for publC
,, sales before the Court House doois at
Pickens, S. C., the following two
* tracts or lots of land, to-wit.
All that piece, parcel or lot of
land lying and being in the county
and state afoicsaid on waters of
- Twelve Mile river, bounded by lands
en the south of R. J. Phiilo', oh the
east by J. H. Rowland, and on the
north by the estate of E. H. LaW
rence, and containing six acres, mglre
or less, as shown by a deed made to
Ridge Gantt by R. '. Gaines, et al,
dated Jan. 3, 1906, and recorded in
Pickens county in Book C. C., page
:S24.
Also all that r'.ece, pared or lot
of lnd lying and bein. in the State
and ecunsy aic:esvid in the town of
Calhoun, bounded on the north by
Henry Gantt, on the West by Daniel
English. South by Nellie Wilson, and
East by colored church lot, and con
tair.ing cne-half acre, more or less.
TERMS: Cash on (lay of sale; pur
chaser to pay for all papers, revenue
stamps and for rec :_ing the same.
If purchaser fails to comply with the
terms of the sale within , reasonable
tim. the land will be resold at the
'.isk oi' the former purchaser.
R. R. ROARK,
Sheriff Pickens County.
Nov. 14, 1922
SHIERIFF"S SALLE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
- .'. P. McCoy and N. E. Smith trading
under the firm name and style of
J. P. McCoy and Company, Plai-n
tiffs,
vs
I 1. Wilson Lesley, C. M. Folger,
cashier, and J. P. Carey, Defen
dants.
I n pursuanie of a decrctal order
n,U do in thy above stated case and
A h is lioner T. J. Mauldin.
1 J u of Ith luth Judicial circuit, at
U < Umhers on the 10th day of Novem
Per, A. I)., 11'22. I will sell to the
highest bidder on
I SA I1ESI)AY IN DE(EM1BER, 1922,
( ring the legal hours for public
I sales befoi. the Court House door
- at l'ickens, S. C., the following des
. (ribed real estate to-wit:
e All that certain piece. parcel or
d tract of land lying in Easley and
Liberty Townships, Pckeins county,
6 cntaining thirty-one acres, nure or
2 less. adjoining lands of J M. Lesley,
t. V' F. Lesley. Frank Lesley and
a others. This being part of' my father
e W. H1. ,J. Lesley's estate, and was
e conlveyed to me by A. J. Boggs, clerk
n of Court for Pickens County, S. C.
it e deed book L L, page 8, Clerk's
,('fice for Pickens county. to w'h
h deed'c re ferenice is he reby~ made,
n TERalS: Cash on' day of' sal e, pur'
if c'haser: to pay for all paper's, irevenne(
y. stamps and for re~ording the same,
y, If po.mehas~er fails to c'omplly wvith
y the terms- of' sale within one hour
Ii U f.ter t he sale the land willI be re
l- soldl at the risk or the former puri
,r' chaser.
: .. R. ROARK.
.Shdriff Pickens County.
Nov. 4, 1922.
y - - - ---
Ii NOTICE OF SAE
SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON, PLEAS,...
s Exparte, Adla C. A-lexander, Admiin
istratrx
In Re:
~,Estate of F. E. Alexanhler', deceased.
Persu ant to an order signed in the
above endLtled matter. Novemi' 14,
,1922, by N'. A. Christopher, Judge
of Probate for Pickens Counity, South
Carolina, I will sell to the highest
bidder, for cash. Saturday. December
2nd, 1922, at 10:30 a. m. all the per
sonal property ownedl by F., E. Alex
- ander, deceased, nowvtor'ed in the
Old1( Hickory Inn. Pickens, S. C., con
-. sisting of bed steada8,..,spr.ings..mlat
'tiresses, bureaus, dressersq, tables.
w ashstands, rocking chairs, stra''ght
7 chairs, bowls. pitechers and Yarious
e other pieces of householdl furniture.
Sale to be held in fro'nt of Ol% Hick
ory Inn in the towii of Picke s.f
Ada C. Alexander, Administratrix.
- NOTICE TO DEBTORIS AND) CRBD'
ITORS.
All persons 'holdfing claims 4gainst
the estate of the late T. F'rank'Blowen
must present the same, duly pro'ven,
(' or hofore the 30th (lay of' Wovem
i ber, 1922, or be debarred ppmement;
andl all persons i.ndebted -to said as
tate must malle payment on or before
the above date to A. G. Bowen.
A. G. Bowen, d{
Adminintratoty
UI eo of County Supt. of Education
of Pickens County.
Whereas a petition from the free
i6ldors and electors of Long Branch
School District No. 23 has been filed
with the County Board of Education
Pickens county, asking said board
permission to hold an election in said
school district to determine whether
or not four mills.tra levy shall be
levied in said school district for
school purposes, or whether the pre
sent levy for school purposes shall
be reduced five mills;
It appearing to the County Board
of Education that the petition meets
the requirements of the law. there
fore, it is ordered that the trustees
of the above named schcol district
do hold an election November 1S. 1922
at the school house for t:e above
stated purpose. The trustees are to
be managers and shall ccndiuct the
electien as all general ,electior.s are
con:u:ted, and in accorda. e with
Se tion 120S of the schee U'w. The
pc uls w!!! be open frct 9 a. in. to 4
p. ".:.
By order of the Cout:ty Board of
Education for Picknrs county.
F. V. Cia. 'on,
Sec. and Chairman.
SUMMONS FOR RELIEF
(Cc.mp'aint net served.)
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Henry E. Maw. individually and as
executor ef :e last will and testa
ment of Rosa Maw, deceased,
Plaintiff.
against,
John Maw. Olive Maw, Annie Wil
lams, Walter Maw, Joe H. Maw,
Lorette Maw, Connette Maw, Min
nie Williams, Bessie Martin, Rich
ard Maw, Whitner Maw. Alonzo
Maw, Julius Maw, Will Maw, Mary
Stevens. Martha Jewell, John Maw,
R'Jert Maw, Mary Ga 'Saway.
Charlie Gissaway, Elizer Gassa
way, Paul Gassaway. Traywick
Gassaway and -Martha A. Arnold,
Defendants.
To the Defendants aboved named:
You are hereby sumlnoned and re
q ired to arnswer the complaint in
this action, which is filed in the of
fice of the Clerk of the Court of
Common Pleas for said County, and
t( serve a copy of your answer to the
soi-d complaint on the subscriber aq
t is office at Pickens. S. C., within
twenty days after the servic.e hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service;
Und if you fail to answer the con
plaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply
to the Court for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
C. E. Robinson,
PlIntiff's Attorney.
0. S. Stewart,
Clerk of Court.
Dated Nov. 1, 1922.
NOTlICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT1
AND) DISCHARGE.
Notice is here~by given that wey will
malke appl icastion to N. A. Christo
p her Esqf., .Judge of Pro~bate for Piek.
(ens county, 'n tihe State of South
Canrolina., on the 25th day of Novemn
be", 1922, att 1.1 o'clock in the fore
noon1, or ats soon1 therceafter as~ said
application can be heard, for leave
to malike final settlement of the per
sonal estate of M. F. Williams, deC
ceasedl, andl obtain discharge as ex
ecutors os saidl estate.
Maynmie Williams,
John M. Williams.
Executors.
Taylor-Colquitt Ti,. and Pole Co.
offer at both Pic.ke'ns and Seneen to
the per~son hauling the most ties by
Nmas Day $50.00, to the person haul
irg the secondl greatest number
$25.00; to tihe person hauleng the
third greatest number $15.00; to the
j~erson hauling the fourth greatest
number $10.00. This offer has only
been running a short while and
counts until December 23rd. Few
ties have been hauled the last few
weeks on account of the people being
busy with th'eir crops' but they are
beginning now. So get busy.
Money to Loan
ON IMPROVED. FARM L~AND
AT 6 PER CENT INTEREST
We can loan you any amount of
money from $1,000 to $25,000 for a
per'iodl of 33 years, giving you the
privilege of repaying i at bhe end
of five years if you want to.
It is not r'equiredl that the borrow
ai live on the farm in order to borrow
from us.
No red tape.
CRAIG & KEITH
Office Over Keowee Pharmacy -
Phone 39 ' . Pickens, S. C.
00LDRMAT.
At least that is what the weather prophets say, and we are about due for a hard winter. Are
pared for it? If not we can help y ou get prepared.
JUST RECEIVED
Another shipment of womens C oats and Coat Suits, children and M isses Coats and Sweaters
prices they were early in the fall. C hildren and Misses coats from $3.00, $5.00, $7.50, up to $18.50. 'Womens
Coats starting at $10.00 up to $30.00. Coat Suits from $12.50 to $35.00. These garments are not old shop
worn geods that have been handled a round since Adam was a kid, but all n ew goods; latest styles, and at right
nrices.
A comlllCt stock of Quilts, Co mforts, Blankets, Pillows, Outings, F lannels, Heavy Underwear, Hosiery,
and Sweaters.
We Are Receiving Shipment of Shoes Every Week
Never during our twenty five y ears in business have we had the en crmous shoe business we h.
this fall. We are kept busy trying t o kep sizes, but we have them com ing at the old prices. Peoj
.lcarraing thvt it pays to buy the bes t all the time. A line of work shoe s for children, boys, girls,
and men, that can't be found in the c ounty.
Our Steck Is Complete. Bough t Early On A Bas's Of 15c Cotton, A nd Will Be Sold On The San
As LLong As It Lasts.
Goods bought right sell themse Ives. It dcemn't take a special sale w ith a Brass Band along to sell them.
STISON HATS -.. QUA4ITY FIRST GRIFFON CLOTHEs
FOLGER, HENDRICKS & CO.
The home of Walk-Over, Red Riding Hood and Endicott Johnson shoes,
Stetson hats, Inter-woven hosiery, Griffon Clothes, Carhart overalls, New
Home Sewing Machines, Iron King Stoves, Chase City buggies, American
Lady Corsets.
C1othirig;, Shoes, liats alnid Gellts' Fur'ilislii ig Goods a Specialty
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns
COUNTY TAX NOTICE
The books for the collection of
State aind County taxes will be open
from October 15, 1922, to December
-:31st, 1922.
Those who prefer to can pay in
January, 1923 with 1 per cent addi
tional. Those who prefer paying in
February, 19223, may do so with 2
per sent additional. Those who pre
fer paying in March 1923, to the 15th
of said month, may do so by an ad
clition of 7 por cent. After said (late
the books will close. aO5
Those who do not wish to cone to
the office can write me and I will.
furnish them with the amount duo
and they can remit me by check,
money order or registered mail.
Please do not send money without
registering same, as it is liable to
get lost and it is at senders risk. - --
State Levy, 7 1-2 mills.
Ord Co., 10 mills.
Const. schools, 3 mills.
Road Bond, 3 1-22 mills.
Special Roads, 5 mills. .
Total, 31 mills.
Road Tax, $3.00.
Levy for interest on Pidkens R. R.
Bonds, Hurricane township, 2 mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens R. R.
Bonds, Eastatoe township, 2 1-2 mill..
Levy for' interest on Pickens R. R.
Bonds, P'iekenis towvnship, 2 miills.
Poll tax $1.00 . (One Dollar.)
Everyv male person hetween the ages
of 21 to 60 years is inble . xcept thlose.
excused by lawv.
Commutat ion Road Tax, $8.00. All
pe'rsens owing (logs are required to
pay a tax of $1.25 on each (log. Dog
tax must be pand by February 1, 192:3.
Sji.ein! Schlool tax by Districts .Buy Your F'ordson NLOW
District No. 1,7mills. A mzn~ o rc o a' fodt
District No. 2. 11 millsA g
srct o. ', 82 mils wait another day for your F'ordson Tractor.
Ditit No. 5, 12 mils. 'There is no tractor made that can aprahthe
District No. 8, 20 mills, money value of the Fordson. Nor is thiere a1
District No. 9, 20 mills. TraCtor made that Can do more Work for you.
District No. 10, 16 mills.Rm m e, vrdaF d tis
District No. 11, 24 mills.',me br the veydyyour Forson aNe
Ditct No. 112, 10 5mils. ' it is ready for any one of the 101 jobs it Can do
District No. 16, 15 mills, either as a traCtor or a stationary power plant.
District No. 16, 20 mills 'T
District No. 1, 20 mills.' Te Fordson has proved to the 170,000 owyners
Ditrct N. 1,'181ils, that it has not only Cut the cost of field NvO~rk
District No. 2, 18 mills. .Q o 0 but that it has made subSt~ntial
D istrict N o. 21 , 8 m ills. 1s v n s o v r o o w i h i s u
D istrict No. 2 , 10 m ills. a i g n e e y j b t h c t i u . A '
District No. 23, 10 mills. flFordson figures are interesting-money-.savers,
District No. 256, 10 milsbo,.r-saving, drudgerysayitig facs you 01.5*
District No. 25, 14 mills. Ianh w C denphn Orrit today
District No. 26, 14 mills.
District No. 28, 10 mills
District No. 29, 10 mills. .
District No. 3, 20 mills. H 9ST ON ~*
District No.31,20 rmills. Authorized Ford and Lincoln Dealer.
District No. 32, 8 mills. C n S.
District No. 33, 11 mills. -
SDistrict No. 37, 8 mills. ces
eit~ t No. 38, 11 mIlls.
Distriet No. 37, 13 nmills.
District No. 40, 8 nils. NOTICE OF FINAL. SI~fTLEMENTF NOTICE OF FINAL SETfTLEMENT
District No. 42, 21 mills. .. AND) DISCHIARGE AND DISCHARGE.
District No. '14, 13 mills Notice is hereby given that I will -oc shrb ie htIwl
District No. 45, 8 mills, cake application to N. A. Christo- make aicathereby'N Aive ht -l
District No, 46, It> mills. pher Esq., Judge of Probate for Pick- -appicatiudgeo obate for Phictk
Distr-ict No. 47, 14 mills, ens county, in the State of Sout - h ensq.nt, inudg tte foth arc
District No. 48, 15 mills. "arelina, on the 24th dlay of Nvm n ony nfh tt fSuhCr
District No. 49, 15 mills. ber, 1922, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon elina, on the 25th day of November'
Ditit Noa0 mills.n beh re 1or a o a 022, t 11 o'e o k in th fo rn on, or
District No. 52, 16 mills final settlement of the personal es- cantlementd fo theaerop eae fma
District No. 56, 8 mills. deceased an otin scar noas' . W. ade deoeasec andstalno
0. T. Hlinton,. Guard';an .of said estate. estage e diitao fsi
.-County Treasurer. Leonard B. Williams, Guardian. J. M. Wade, Administrator.

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