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PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered Apr1 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as sedon4 elass mail matter, under act of Congres
1&,ta,hlch6M1 1R71 -Vnume 42 PICKENS, S. C., NOVEMBER -21, 1912
'- Many Visitors
and Going in
ively Town
N. Waddell, of Green
spent several days last
with Mrs. J. H Cheat
Mr. Claude Wyatt. of the
United States Navy, is visiting
his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. N.
Misses Vivian Watkins and
Hazel Gilreath, of Greenville,
were the attractive guests of
Mrs. J. E. Hagood, last week.
Mr. Hobbs, of Gainsville, Ga.,
spent Sunday and Monday in
the city.
Mrs. R. J. Poole, Miss Lillian
Murrah, Miss Cleo Bailey and
Messers. Herman and Murray
Bailey, of Anderson. sDent last
Sunday with the family of Dr.
J. L. Bolt.
Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks and
Miss Mary Morris, of Pickens,
were visitors in our city last
Mrs. Gentry, of Greenville, is
visiting her brother Rev. W. P.
Drs. C. N. Wyatt and J. L.
Bolt attended the District Medi
cal Association, at Spartanburg
Monday. Dr, Bolt made the
trip in his car and was accom
panied by Mrs. Bolt.
Mrs. Quinton Grandy and
little son, John Earle, are visit
ing the former's parents Mr.
and Mrs, J. R. Glazener.
Mrs. W. P. Holland and Miss
- ley to at
ptist Woman's
A issi nary convention at Col
Mr. Vincent Hamilton of
Davidson College, spent Sunday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. R. Hamilton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hagood
and children of Pickens were
visitors in our city last Friday.
Miss Texie Bowen of Green
yille visited relatives here last
The Bazaar of last Friday,
which was given by the Ladies'
Aid Society of the Presbyterian
church was quite a success. A
very neat sum was realized.
Pickens Route 3.
We are having some very cold
nights and big- frosts every
morning. It is a good time for
killing hoes, and several have
been killed.
Elbert Porter visited his broth
er Silas Porter Saturday night
and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart.
of Greenville, have been on a
visit to the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. H. Watt.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. N. Gray
1ey spent the day at Mr. J. H.
Lollis Sunday.
Otis Porter spent Saturday
night with his grand-father, R,
S. Lewis.
Mrs. L. D. Gravley's mother
Mrs. A. J. Clark, of Greenville,
is very .111 and is not expected to
live many days. Mrs. Gravley
will go at once to be at the bed
side of her mother.
The cotton picking at Mr. J.
H. Lollis' was well attended,
Mr. Lollis says many thanks to
one and all for their kindness
and friendship shown him, for a
friend in need is a friend indeed.
Bert Jones of the Pickens
mill visited Bertran Porier Mon
day. They spent the morning
Some of the members of
Porters Chapel church have ad
dled a great deal to the looks of
the church and yard by cover
ing the house and toping the
trees. and cleaning the yard.
Mrs. Thomas Bolding, who
has been very sick with fever is
still contined to her bed, her
many friends hope that she will
soon be able to be out again.
Mr. J. R. Porter is ill at this
writing, hopes are that he wil
soon be well again.
A Letter From C. H. Carpenter
to Long Staple Cotton
We hope that every farmer
read carefully the article that
appeared in last week's Sentinel
on classifying cotton, The De
partment of Agriculture at
Washington has begun the
work of assisting our farmers
in co-operative handling and
marketing of cotton. Cotton
raised in different sections of
the south vary greatly in value.
Different mills also demand dif
ferent classes of cotton. The
commission is beginning its
work by making a study of
cotton in these different sections.
We think that cotton raised
here is very desirable. Now is
the time to prove it.
The officials in charge of this
work have asked me to secure
for them all data possible. It is
up to our farmers to make this
a success. I wish to get samples
of fine bales to send to Washing
ton. T will forward same every
week until February. They
ask that the sample shall be of
sufficient size to enable it to be
graded properly, from four to
five ounces. Place it in a good
paper bag. Write on a slip and
enclose in the bag.
Who raised it and where? The
day sold? The price recei ed?
Who bought it, and the place
sold? Please te very accurate
with these statements.
Cannot we expect some wide
awake man in each community
to assist in showing what his
neighborhood can do? When
you get a few samples together
drop me a postal and I will send
you a tag that will bring them
to me without cost to you.
I will be in Pickens the first
Monday in December, but would
like samples before then.
C. H. Carpenter.
Liberty Route 4.
Mr. Editor: As this is my
first attempt to write to The
Sentinel I hope it will escape
that dreadful waste basket.
Health is very good in this
community at present.
W~ell, I think we all ought to
be glad that we are going to
get our cotton picked before the
weather gets cold.
Mr., and Mrs. Hovey Hinton
spent Saturday and Sunday
with the latter's parents Mr.
and Mrs. Ruf Hopkins.
S. C. Porter and Mrs. Waddy
Porter spent the week-end with
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Porter, in the
Pea Ridge section.
Mrs. Riley Porter and children
were the guests of Mrs. Ruf
Hopkins Sunday.
E. A. Henderson says he is
going to move to Brevard, N. C.
this week. We would be glad
to have them stay with us. but
wish them much success,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Porter and
little daughter, Eula, have been
to Greenyille shopping. They
say they can do better trading
in Pickens than they ca'n in
Was glad to learn through
your columns that Mrs. Thomas
Bolding was improving.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sidell
spent last Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. S. C. Porter, of near Flat
Mrs. Homer Sanders visited
her sister, Mrs. Ben Greer Sun
day. She -eports a nice time.
Southern Girl.
The Meeting at Carmel.
A protracted meeting is going
on at Carmel Presbyterian
church this week conducted by
Rey. J. A. Smith. He is a
splendid preacher and all who
hear himi are much pleased.
There will be a service for
children. on Friday at 11 o'clock,
and on Sund:.y he will preach
on the.Ideal-Christianl Home."
Esi'y woman in Pickens coun
ty should hear this sermon.
All former members of Car
mel are cordially invited back
to the old church on next Sun
From Six Mile.
The teachers and student
body of the Six Mile Baptist
Academy were the hosts of sov
en visitors from Anderson, S. C.
These ladies and gentlemen
were especially interested in
school work. Among these
visitors was Rev. Willi im Bolt.
Rev. Mr, Bolt gave us a wonder
ful and instructive lecture on
the study of the Old Testament.
Miss Mamie Rutledge and
Miss Berta Jones are going to
represent Six Mile Baptist
Academy in a meeting at Col
umbia this week.
Leo Cantrel and Wesley
James visited friends and re
latives near Holly Springs
church Saturday and Sunday.
This tour is reported as being a
very pleasant one. The young
men saw much beautiful moun
tain scenery. They took a drive
from M. D. Cantrell's down
Nine Times, up Little Eastatoe,
by J. R. Meece's down Oolenoy.
The most important scenery
was Ball Knob and Table Rock
mountains. On their drive they
passed Holly Springs church.
W. R. Price's store, thence
turning southward through the
Moseley Gap, down the waters
of Twelve Mile river and back
to M. D. Cantrel's.
It is a fact not to be doubted
that the boys and girls of the
Piedmont section are among
the very brightest of all the
world. The bovs and girls that
are living around the foothills
of these mountains. under the
shadows of these hills, drinking
the water of the sparkiing
brooks and breathing the fine
mountain air have a right to be
healthy. We are taught by all
medical authorities that pure
air and water are very neces
sary to life. With all these
natural advantages these boys
and girls will certainly develop
into strong men and women.
If they have they have strong
bodies they will have strong
minds, for these two go together.
All they need to do is to improve
their mental faculties. Let us
wake up to the fact that there
is no better time than tiW~Dres
ent, We should,.take ad' antage
of school and make the very
best possible. Semej.
Norris News.
Rev. Joe Davis preached Mr.
Lawson Brown's funeral Sunday
afternoon at this place, he was
buried one month ago.
Misses Vida and Minnie
Sheriff visited in Greenville last
Mrs. J. C. Garrett spent
Saturday in Pickens with her
daughter, Mrs. R. T. Hallum.
A freight train was wrecked
between Norris and Liberty last
Friday afternoon, seven cars
were thrown from the track, no
one was injured. Two work
trains are now busy taking up
the ruins.
Miss Jane Burough is visiting
her niece Mrs. Fred Eskew, of
Mrs. Frank Sheriff spent
Saturday and Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. Townsville, of the
Flat Rock section.
Norris is the best cotton mar
ket, if you want top prices bring
your cotton here.
Alba Rosa
Pickens Route 1.
Mr. Editor: Will you please
al'ow me space in your good
paper for a few dots as this is
my first attempt.
Health is very good in this
Mr. and Mrs. W. Riley Dod
gens were the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Byars up in the
mountains last week. And re
port a good time.
Mr. James Brown, of William
ston, gave the Griffin people a
splendid talk recently, he is a
good Sunday school worker.
Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Smith
visited friends at Cross Roads
Mr. To.a Trotter visited Mr.
Charwlie Freem an Snnay~ even
But through what trial his she g
That she must waken, weary, t
We know her, with a laugh at no
H er careless laugh at tol'*s unr4
Her smile that greets the twiligh
The shadows waft her frora the
We know her lights die, one by a
And darkness comes with soler
To hush the revelry and fun
And draw a veil across her face;
And then the city. lone and still,
Is hidden in her solitude.
What griefecomes then her mind
Upon what sorrow does she bre
. 0I
(Copyright, 1!
Wi*fe No 2
Copyrighth 112, by Associated Lit
erary Press.
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Thscoettn hadod waf theo hue
e kswm. hrelihse, ne bAl
Ant darssomen withsocrow
To uste ruteteyuestin.
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Aund thsenstec,ln and still.er
Isfo htdnher sdtde.
WIhant grifor thnybomdt
oekeddead t thenews.It. a
Wtm otinkea aNaoue 2
Byreoletin. YoU ADlko h
>stmywierhre yesao n
"No;ea I hmarrieed about and am
vrscgting N m.Irekn ths
brry wal nown thatie ncl. Alb
Shrte a roost. e nte r
"Ther stfolks put thiusiolane
'eme,rdh sadrn that tgrat
d-elf ao deathoerm osad. ]
rere buthperhs ho sai' bee snor
youind sufteNe. an2 wi atyere
saye fl that Ire got ase
day and watpwful secodprme
ne dayn' toking myser eanbd hea
sha oed dintnews.ro thasir
etgme to piki up, buafros a 1
lost my hadnooe thhts o, an
ringarImre again thnLenlodhart
f"ptere was foks ain his vilae
tisemed who sai that the maniwho
elfe to deth for mythi,nkin of
"Je onthe wosida' hme thatl
ettro aftr o.n 2 within ao yar.
rmen I can't tay I hiksi was
aand was pyowe rtsfo sur
onra egton months. Teang heafe
toe boiled dier.o that theei ro
eganuse pick anop. t orothr a:
ad me ad nos,u moein thout
frying you than Letued oinea
rf pto.g hs foot aIgn hto st
Itserd t mea tuht the manr who
ucn myelf avanife as de
se why be shotorthnd ngo
"Wellt whant Ide secrt mthai
betro around aod tte Wfddr aGo
wany that say Is thinkse it wasr;
Iad a'oe questonwt mes maeh
adowasercd myownshr for ese
eige. Winth aTweek ate feha
ste ovder' trai that eestroon
eted te afirbtmain hifon
efa Thep yore n gee ton on
ortMor. so aIbeat
fouslfdvntg ozen
nan whwho woul
orll it lfo thee thaeIs
daroun and fivte lrG
pheoplhthae ien looiga
Morea schI thease fie
petldnte :fin Ptick fon
Porinens thentir
croo ' -
We know the lights that fash and glow
The gold and silver lights that gem
Her form. in woven loop and row
A girdle and a diadem.
We know her singing and her smile
When night is young and Joy's afield,
But in the silent afterwhile
What brooding sorrow is concealed?
n pace
to fill?
We know her in her hours of:ight. \
Her times of restless work and play.
Who holds the secret of her night
When all the songs are swept away?
Why should she. in the gray of dawn.
Turn sad. sleep-hungry eyes to us?
Through what soul trial has she gone
That she must waken. weary, thus?
1, by W. 0. Chapman.)
cuugfO say tUt I maue a uirrieu
fool of myself. an1d. though I couldn't
see it then, I'm admitting most of It
"Gentlemen. I was two long months
hesitating over asking the widder to
be mine, and yet the rest of you was
saying that she'd jqmp at the chance.
Alebbe you was right. I know that
I when I finally managed to get up the
courage I hadn't hardly got my mouth
open before she says yes.
- -And now comes the real p'int. I'd
been boss of the house, same as all of
wr you are boss of yours. Wasn'ttfnat
utHad the thought of surrendering the
to- reins of government occurred to me?
it! Xs a man and a husband to be treated
d? like a child or a slave? At the first
him go-off her bossiug was a novelty, and
ecp I rather liked it and encouraged it. I
ore was still in love, you see. After about
to- a month the novelty wore off, and I
began to assert myself. I took the
be bossing business into- my own hands.
jest What follered? -WJ that wife got
Ofpi right up on her hind le;gs and made
t 1 the air blue for forty rods around. She
aft- got out ten words to my one. When
w I took her by the ear to sit her down
lso and hush ber up she lit into my hair
mses and pulled it out by handfuls.
"Gentlemen, who bosses the roost?
en- Mrs. Shorts'
y "Who handles the cash?- Mrs. Shorts!
ere "Who tells me when I can go and
ogwhen I shall come? Mrs. Shorts!
As "WVho gIves me liberty to draw my
ng breath? Mrs. Shorts!
sed "I'm only telling you what you ll
tyIknow and what is the gossip of the
town. She made up her mind when
t-she became No. 2 that she'd be the
- r- boss, and she's carried it out. That's
hthe way with all No. 2's. No. 1 knuck
mswe les down and lets you do the bossing
lost and thinks It's all right, but No. 2 Is
o- no such chicken. She Intended to get
n-the whip hand when she married you.
a-and she's going to keep it or raise such
I'd a row that you'll wish you was in
LhrSour grave.
fter "Ulnderstand, gentlemen. that I'm
me yin nothing agin Mrs. Shorts.
LsShe's finer'n silk. 0 Lord, but such
ns pickled peaches as she does put up!
ng And apple sass-It makes you grin
from your neck to your heels! Just
e-one of the nIcest women In the coun
Istry, and I hope that she'll outlive me
dby twenty years. but I have had to use
r-her ns an illustration. She married
n~ me to be boss, and she is boss, same
rca- as all the other No. 2's. I haln't ex
e-actly saying that the man who loses
o-No. 1 shouldn't look for a No. 2. but
k-I'm saying that If he does he ought
-to know what's coming to him and
*what he'll be sure to get. I've fit agin
t and fit~ and fit, but It's no go. To
~tr..ght she sends me down here after a
aon gallon of ie and says I can stay just
bfo?rty minutes. Them forty is so
hi inirl'ty nigh up that I've got to get a
m.y anmp on me and run all the way
tb-:2. r ad even then Mrs. Shorts may
thed t standing there with a club to hit
- tre "hen I jump through the gate."
ike to have a sales
. be a welcorne visi.
b homes aind coul
ousand of the best
ounty every week~
housand of the best
ns cony read Th(
iel eery wek.
From the Crow Creek Section.
Mr. Editor: Will you please
allow me a few lines in your
valuable paper as I have not
seen anything from this section
in a long time.
Health is very good at present.
Mr. J. N. Grant, who has
been in bad health for some
time, is improving. We hope
he will soon be entirely well.
Mr. C. B. Grant and family
hav returned to their home in
Branchville, S. C., where he is
engaged in the saw-milling
business. We wish for him
areat success.
Mr. Editor, we want to com
pliment Supervisor Craig for
sending Mr. James Herd in our
midst to work our badly needed
roads. I think he has made a
few more friends in this section,
as this side isall Looper men.
I think our Legislature ought
to do away with the supervisor's
office and elect three county
commissioners. Green vilie
county has done this and I
think Pickens county ought to
follow and save all the money
we can. I hope Mr. McCravey
and Mr. Williams will think of
an act that they think best.
Mr. Jake Hudson has return
to Branchville to t6ke up his
work in the millinz business.
Mr. J. N. Grant has painted
his house, which h4g greatly
improved the appearance of it.
Last Sunday was preaching
day at Mt. Bethel. This was
Rev. E. L. Thomason's last
preaching d-iy in the North
Pickens circuit. We regret to
give him up but wish for him
great success wherever he may
go, and may he continue to
faithfully warn the people and
point them to a home above the
Mr. W. E. Nelson is quite
sick at this writing. We hope
he will soon be out again.
On October 13,1912, the death
angel visited the home of Mr.
Luther Hudson and took away
his wife, Mrs. Dame Hudson.
She was buried the day follow
ing her death at Mt. Bethel.
The funeral services were con
ducted by her pastor. Rev. E.L.
Thomason, before a large crowd
of friends and.rr . To
thE&Mw-to-mo w:extend
our sympathy and point them
to One who doeth all things
well. Truly a good woman has
gone to her reward.
* Jack Frost.
One More Jolly Time.
On Friday evening, the 16th
inst., a happy bIrthday party;
was given by Mr. and Mrs. T.
J. Looper. of Easley route 2, in
honor of their daughter, Flora,
which was enjoyed by many
friends. At . six o'clock the
crowd began to arrive ndFlora
with her beautiful young smi e
of seventeen, met them with
gladness, one by one as they
came. At the hour of seven
word was heard from the din
ing room, supper is ready,
which we at once heeded to the
call, v:here many good things
were served. After supper the
Hunt string band furnished the
best of music, and a feast of
good things, and flow of souls
was cherished by all present.
Schools Qpen.
Montvale school will begin its
winter session November 25.
Miss Irene Hendicks will have
charge of the school. Patrons
are airged to send their children
on the first day as much better
results can be obtafined when all
begin together.
The Oolenoy school will begin
its winter session November 25,
under the management of W.
T. Chastain, principal, and
Earle Keith, assistant.
The Bethlehem school will be
gin its next session November
25. A successful session is ex
Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Blake
will sure make you laugh.
Where? At Al Martin's Coun
try. Store When? Tuesday
night Nov. 26th. Graded School
Auditorium. Admission: 25c.
Children twelve yarm -old, 1r
Mr. V. B. Cheshire of the An- ]
derson Intelligencer in
V. B. Cheshire, editor of The
Anderson Intelligencer, is in the t
hospital in Anderson, suffering
fr )m four bullet wounds in* his E
arm and body, as a result of an z
attack on W. J. Muldrow, a i
former magistrace. in the lat- r
ber's office at the Anderson <
Mattress and Spring Bed Fac- t
tory Saturday. Two of., the
wounds are in the abdomen ard j
two in the arm, but his eodi- 1
bion is not considered very c
3erious. t
Cheshire went into Muldrow's I
office and demanded that he t
bhrow up his hands. As Mul- I
hrow arose Cheshire fired twice, r
the first shot going wild and the c
second beine diverted by In- v
erference of J. A. Hullinax, v
who threw up Cheshire's arm
and who later received a flesh I
wound in the arm from Chesh- I
tre's pistol in the exchange of a
5hots. t,
The left lapel and sleeve of v
Kuldrow's coat were pierced by E
3hots said to have been fired by v
R. L. Cheshire, Jr., brother of I
V. B. Cheshire, from outside v
through a window. Young g
heshire has been released on e
bond of $500, the warrant c
against him and his brother 1:
-harging assault and battery a
with intent to ill, i
TLe trouble between the men v
zrew out of certain publications v
n The Intelligencer, considered a
by Muldrow as personal reflec
Jions, and which was responsi- C
ble for a former difficulty, c
when Cheshire was attacked by 0
Sluldrow several months ago. t
Chamber of Commerce For
Central. I
A communication fron Gent
ral says: The citizens of Cent- t
ral have reorganized the Chain- ~
ber of Commerce. Mr. F. B. e
Mvorgan, Jr,. was elected presi- t
lent, J. H. Ramseur, vice presi- ~
lent; C. G. Rowland, secretary; C
I. H. Falls, treasurer. An a
aarnest effort is going to be
made fo.r the betterment of the I
own. The chamber of corn- ~
merce has on its slate several I
things to do within the next few ~
months that will be of great t
benefit to the town. Central ~
needs a new depot, paved streets ~
in its business blocks, electric (
lights, the Bell telephone system (
and' the interurban railway.
The Chamber of Commerce will I
work toward getting these for
the town. I
The intendant and wardens ~
are now contemplating a new
guard house of which the town ]
has been in need of for a long
--1,397 Pieces in Quilt,
Mrs. Omnie ,fPu -
kintown, hasim her possession
a quilt which she made and
which is an unusual quilt. It
contains 1,397 pieces and Mrs.
Gantt began making it about
five years ago, Some of the
pieces are as small as a five
cent piece and are of variagated
colors, making a mighty pretty
quilt. This quilt will be on ex
hibition at the Pickens county
fair next fall,
Automobile Lantern Found.
If the Mr. Williams. who ad
vertised a lost automobile lan
tern in The Sentinel a few
weeks ago, will call on Mr. Mc
Donald at the Easley Progress
office he may find his lantern.
Mr. McDonald found one a few
days ago which he thinks is the
one advertised.
Mountain Grove Graveyard.
All persons interested in the
Mountain Grove church grave
yard are requested to be at the
church on the fourth Saturday
morning in November and help1
clean up and put the grounds'
better condition, thereby J6or
ing our departed loved .ones.
See notice of land sa4e of W.
A. Smith in another 4>lunn,
Founded by
and . derson.
A Pendleton comm
0 the State says:
Last Saturday, Novem
company of about 50
sembled to n itness
relling of a marble sh0
nark the "Hopewell-K
hurch. This was the
erian church foundedl"
Lndrew Pickens and C&
kuderson, about 1788 -
t was bnilt of logs
n Gen. Pickens' fa
bree miles north
lendleton. Preaching
inued at this church til.
801 or 1802, when the,'
ow known as "the Ol&
hurch" was finished,
ices was removed thifier9
ras more centrally locaed.
The first elders of Hope
Zeowee were Gen.
'ickens, Col. Robert.
nd Maj. Dickson, all
be Revolutifn; its firsY
ras -Rev. John bim
impson remained b
zhile and was follow
tev. Thomas Reese. D.'
ras pastor till 1796, an
rave was the first in the
nt large cemetery at the
burch. Dr. Reese was.p:
r the most learned Presbyt
iinister in his.day;n,the
nas, and. was as good
ras learned, so that ie as
ery fitting pastor for
s Pickens and Anderson
Rev. W. H.
lollege made the irst addr
alling attention to the
Dntribtition of these great-nd
> the civilization of their
av as being this 'that tie
rere devoted and zealous
2eir suppcrt -of the chur
r. R. F. Divver of AndeN
poke on Rev. John SimC
md his ife a%--d Iabdi.6.s
hese speakers paid elog
ributes to Capt 3. Miles P1
ns of-Pendleton, to whose u
iring zeal this memo isd
'apt. Pcke" d4seres
ere thanks of all thiTese
nits of the earliest s
bis community ari f5
Tresbyterian church ats
nd indeed, of every loyal
iot, irrespecthve of sucestry
tenomination. For whao
here who does not desfiefe
erve the history ofte
~nd to commemorate-the
f the fathers bf ourcm
After the exercises ofI
norning a picnic ainnera
erved on the grounds ars(
he afternoon the-ag
olved, each one- e
mesasion most delfiif1t
oicing that hehad been
ley. B. F. MurphreeR
Rev. B. F. Murphree,
een pastgr.of the Hcll
bias resigned his past6rate
preached his farewell a
lere on the third Sunday.
ahurch extended to-.h -
bhanks for his faithful
services rendered the
During his pastorateh
baptized 68 and recei
Rev. B. C. Atkinoz
chosen pastor for
G.M.L ch,
By virtue ot autho
in us as Executors a the
will and testament of he
Jeptha P. Smith, we wilr
to the highest
on Tusa, Dec.
Liberty, S.C., all
piece, parcel or o
lying and being situ n
incorporate limits of
of Liberty, ad'onig
L. G.Bogas,E. B. R
Oscar Boggs, Dr. Hollit
and the estate of ThosZ.
containing Svnyor
three-fourths (741) acres
Terms of sale oe
balance in one aria
deferred payments to
by mortgage on p
to bear interestzate'
Purchaser to pay fot
Hour of sale 11 o'cl

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