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t(.:?PUBLISHtED EVERtY THJURSlDAY.
$1.50 a Year Inivariably in Advanoo.
' kwerdat Fcens C. Postomfee as
Second Class Mail Matter.
GARY IIIO'rT, Eiditor and Mgr.
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STATE- OF'-S.QUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY.' _IQ(ENS i
IN C,OMR OF COMMON PLEAS.
M. F. Hoster, Plaintiff,
Again
Ernest Cissen, ,t al, Defendants.
In pursuance of a deretal Orde,
made in the above stated caso by hi
Honor Judge T. J. M'atildin, at Cham
bers January 20th 1922. I will sel
to the highest bidder for cash, of
... SALESDAY IN MARCH 1922' -.
the same bein'g March 6th 1922, dur
ing the legal hours for sales at Pick
ens Court House, S. C., the following
described tract of land, to wit: Al
that piece, parcel' or tract of lan
lyin. and bx'ing situate in Pickem)
County, South Carolina, Pumpkin
tsowi 'T'cwnship, and containing thirt3
:crt s mere or less, ad joining lands o1
J. L. Burgess, on the east, H. D
A neck r:on Oin the North, and on al
de!r sid:; by Saluda River Lumbei
CImi any. and known as part of th<
If. I). Atrron, lands.
'T". 'mts (ca';h, on day of sale, pur
chaser ti: pay for all papers and rev.
1'nue stai; s and recording the same
i tprchi.s(1' fail; to comply with the
te (rms of the sale in reasonable tim
the ;rIm, v:ill be resold at the risi
anI t:q [ 1s of the former nure.haser
O. S. STEWART,
Clerk of Court,
Pickens County, S. 2
1< b. 11h 1.22.
CLi RKS SALE
T.\T:: O' SOUTIH CAROLNA
COUNTY OF PICKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
IL. C. Thotrnley, 'aintif'f,
Aga;inst
Sa;ah C. Wyant, and A. M. Morris
I )efendarnts.
In pursuance of a decretal Orde1
ii.d. in the above stated case by hi.
litne:r "Judge 'T'. J. Mauldin at Chai
fea, Pie' ens, S. C. dated Februar3
11th 1922. I will sell to the highes
bidder for cash on
. SALESDAY IN MARCII 1922
the same being March sixth ((3) 1922
during the le al hours for sales a
I'icen s Court Ho"use, South Carolina
the following describ~ed tract cf lan<
to wit:
All that certain piece, parcel o
tract of land lying and being situat
in the State and County aforesaid
adjoinnicl lands of R. F. Smith, es
tate, G. W. Griffin, and tract nutnbe
1 in the div'ision of the lands of E
B. Gilstrap, deceased, and being o1
wVatcrs of Rices Creek and containing
thirty-nine and One seventh (39 1-7
acres, tmore or less, and being th
same land cenveyed to Ile by Lucre
tja G ilbtap and others, as shown b
I deed recorled in Vol. ''Z. Z.'' pag
- Tlems Cash, on da' of sale, pui
lhaser to pay or all paps and ref
e'ne stamn ps and recording the san
i purchaser fails-to consply with ti
t <eru1:' of the sale itn reasonable tir
h tilt m will be rosyhI at. the rih
and expense of the formar l)urehase
O. S. STEWART,
Clerk of Court,
Pickens County, S.
eb. 14lth 1922.
CERI(S SALE
STlATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY 01" PICKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLE4
W. II. Kelley, Plaitntiff,
Against
J. B. Gray anid J. M. Vickery, D
ft ndanits.
In pursuance of a deretal Ord
mavde in the above stated case by h:
I Idnor Judge T. J. Mauldin, at Char
bo:'s Pickens, S. C. dlated Februa1
14th 1922, I will sell to the highe
bidder for cash on,
- - SALJESD)AY IN MARCHI 1922.
the same beirng March sixth (6) 192
(luring the Io-.mal hou rs for sailes
irckenis Court Ilouse, South Carolin
All that certain) piece, parcel or tra
cf landu lying arid beig :ituatecl
the above i mentionedl State ail C'ou
ty', conita ining fif ty eight and eighi
fuint (58 84-100) acres, as shownt I
plat nnde by C. L. I)eai, 0..1 22r
1919, adjoininig landrs of WV. II. Kelle
G. A. Harrett, F. Iollid~ay andt ..
icihey and heng the same Ian!
eenvt yedl by W. II. Kelley, Oct. 31s
1919.
Termis Cash, on day of sale, Pui
chaser to pay for all papers ardi t
Ienue stamps1) and( recordirng the sam<n
it puIrchaser faiils to coml)iy with thI
t eirms of' the sale ini one hot
the same will he r'esold at the rrs
and expense of the former purchase1
0. S. STEWA RT.
Clerk of Court,
Pickens County, S.(
Feb. 14th 1922.
CITATION
STA\TE~ OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICRENS. ..
14v N. A. Chistopher' Probate Jud~ge
Wher'ean, WV. J. Wer'ner' made soui
to, me to gr'ant- 1him1 Letters of Adl
','onstrVation, cf the Estate of am:
iMe' ofIMrs. Geocrgia Gar'vin Wer
Th s' are t her'eforo, to cite ami
edaliii sh aI and si ngular the kin,
ctte andI Cr'editor's of the said Mrs
Gar igia Garv~'in Wern:er' deeensedl
'hat ths y be and appear befoemea
m l) te Ccur't of Probate, to he held(
cat. l'ickens CXour. Ikuse S. C, 01
the 25th dhay (2 Febr'umty 1922, next
a fter pubeaiS)titn h ereofI, at. 11 o'clocl
na the folrnnen, tu ch( W ds',i
nty tihey ha sve:, why t hc sila'h.ii
stiaticn, shoul nret be granted.
the 140 yearl Ir our) ltIlp 1i oc
The tiu' maorket at P-ikens is on'en
relvanitae of ii "' iet ready cash t
tide them cver these tight times.
SPECiAL NOTICES
Notices run unider this hAead.n.t t
rate of oue cent'a wod f( 9first ir
sertion, due-half cent a word fo
each subsequent insertion. No noti<
accepted' for less than 25c fAret tim
FOR SALE.-Two fresh milk cowl
A. G. Bogen, Pickens. . 2t
FOR SALE-2000 pounds of car
bide. J. M. Garrett, Pickens R2.
WANTED-Man with car to se
the BEST Ford Oil Gauge made
$100.00 per week and extra commis
sions. Benton Harbor Accessories
Co., Benton Harbor, Mich.
WANTED-To exchange heifer
for fodder. W. A. Mathews, Pickem
FOR SALE-Fresh milk cow. Ap
ply to A. G. Reece, at Reece's mill
LOST-Bunch of keys botweel
Pickens Mill and city of Pickens
Finder please return to Sentinel offi
ce.
Cross tio checks are money. They
will pay your taxes, buy provision;
end clothing. What more can a mar
expect these clays? '
NOTICE.--I have for service a
Tioroughbed Shetland pony su
two miles east of Central. Wilto
Earle. 4t
The tie market at Pickens is open
ing up and the people are taking
advantage of it to get ready cash t
tide them over these tight times.
FOR SALE -One thoroughbre,
Pucheron Stallion six years old, bre
and raised at Clemson College. Wel
broke, will work anywhere, show
fine colts. Will sell for cash, goo
papers or trade for other stock. Se
R. G. Gaines, Central, S. C. 6t
i Do you need money? If so ther
is no reason why you ean't get i
Cross ties at Pickens are bringin
70 cents. This is a good price an
within the last two weeks the wagon
- are hauling them in.
WNTED:-ppresentatives to so
mnfluments. Attractive proposition
Write Charlotte Marble and Granit
Works, Charlotte, N. C. Largest i
the Curoiinas.
e The Taylor Colquitt Tie and Pol
Co., announcQ that they are now i
a position to 'handle all the Whit
Oak ties brought in and pay CAS
for them. Brother that sounds goo
e for the CASH is what we are nee,
ing most these (lays.
\\ ANTLD-- .Man with car to se
br'. j'rcd GRAHAM TIRES. .1:1J.
C. ' '''': and c*mmissions. GR \i.\
TIRE CO., 3157 I3oulevard, Bentc
Harbor, Migh. e '
FOR SALE-Good hardwvood oi
flooi'ing, 5-8 ot $7.50 per hundre
13-10 at $8.50 per hundred. J.
Ks Meece, Pickens.
FOR SA LE-A good Essex Roa
ster, or I mighvt exchange for som
er thing suitable. Machinery is in go
IS shape,. all other parts in good cond
tion. See Dr. E. WV. Griffin or L.
tD'y at Central, S. C. 8t
I will deliver wvaterc ground cor
tmeal and cracked corn for (chick1er
a. at $1. 00 per bush l e.very Saturda
t afternoon in P'iekens~ anad Picken
inMill villIage; eash on delive'ry. Leav
o ders'at .J. M. Reece's harher shoj
y Pi'kos A' .. G. l&Qee.
I havec aga..in ta ken cha~irge of th
I lihieksmzith shlop at the~ Hughes Bro:
oldl standl and willl he ready to giv
-you promp~ t serv ice ini horse shoeing
- rubbert tire wvork, huggles, wagon ai
carriage repa iingm at l ower price:
Wi0as payt yp)u good price fo
co:nan i peas taken on blacksmit
work. J1. Luther Hughe:
FORl SA LE---House and lot in th
(it y of E;asley. All conveniences. Wi
-sol for ,n cash or good paper. App]
at T1he Eentinej office or Mrs. W. C
I lester, Easley, S. C.
New. Garage at Norris.--I hav
t opceed a rewx and first class garag
at Norris an] carry a full line of ac
eessories. Wvork don0 by exper
mechanieks at reasonable rates. Al
Iwork gui. m. eet'. b. C. Garrett
Prop. E
NOTICE-Registered Berkshir
boar service $5.00 or pig. WV. A
Mathews, P'ickens, S. C.
LOST-Ma' ry setrb
tween Picns and Mr. Alweaner'b
e.sidience near Mt. Carmel. Findlei
alease return to 11. B. LaBoon's res
~aurant in Pickens.
LOST-February 10, brown, wintel
alrc, beveen "Good" Chapman':
. idence andl Shady Grovre c.hurch
a Viroder please return to Mr. Ch apma1
(r Scennnel ecffn ndi et rmowl
These linos, like all other lines o
months- It looks though that the bot
We have recently moved our at
Dry Goods Dept.
A complete stock of furniture. in
. Parlor Suits, 1iavenettes, Dressers, I
Springs, Mattresses, Dining Tables,
A complete stock of Congoleum r
A cheaper line of stoves from $1
time before you buy again.
A GOOD TIM
Spring is just around the corne
- suffer for paint, for it' not only add
dwelling. Money spent in painting y
mighty good line we think. Let us fi
FOLCER,
The home of Walk-Ova
woven hosiery, Griffoi
Machines, Iron King Sto
Clothinig, Shoes, II
CITATION
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLY'NA
COUNTY OF PICKENS . '
By N. A. Christopher, Esquire, Pro
bate Judge.
Whereas, L. J. Jewell and J. E.
Jewell made suit to me to grant them
Letters of Admimistration of the Es
tate of and Effects of Samuel Jewell
- deceased.
I These are therefore, to cite and
admonish all and singular the kindred
e and Creditors of the said Samuel
'i Jewell deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me, in the Court of Pro
. bate, to be held at Pickens Court
e House, S. C., on the 27th day of Jan.
11 1222, next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
I- Administration should not be granted.
Given under my Hand and Seal,
this 17th day of Jan. 1922, in the
146th year of our independence.
N. A. Christopher,
Judge of Probate, Pickens Co. S. C.
-NOTIC TO DEBTORS AND CHIED-'
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late J. H. Durham
must present the same, duly proven,
on or before the 10th tday of February,
1- 1922 or be0 debarred payment; and all
e- persons indebted to said estate must
~d make paymenlt on or before the above,
i- date to J. WV. M. D~urham.
J. WV. M. Durham,
Administrator.
MARTIN & EARLE
Attorneys-at-Lawv.
-Pratice in all Courts.
P'ickens Ofrice in Court House.
Gre'envlle Oflice opposite Postofflee,
Phone 404.
.G. G. CHRISTOPHER
Attorney-at-Law.
Pratice in all Courts.
1 Office over Pickens Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
-. B. F. Martin, Sam B. Craig
E. M. Blythe 0. C. Keith
e Greenville,-~$ C Pickens, S C
Martin, Blythe, Craig & Keith
LAWYERS
Pickens, South Carolina
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Pickens Office Phone 39
SJ. R. Martin . J. HI. Earle
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Dentist.
Reasonable Prices.
Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
0On Improved Farms in Pickens.
Ocone andI Greenville counties. City
property, G'eeiwille, Easley and
Seneca.
R. E. BRUCE, P'ickens, S. C.
Office Over Keowvee Bank.
Cross .tie cheeks are money. They4
will pay your taxes, buy provisions
end clothing. What more can a mana
cpnect these days? --.
AND HOUSE
f merchandise have' declined quite
tom in prices has been r9ached.
ock of furniture and house furnishi
eluding everything needed for the ho
ron Bed#, Kitchen Cabinets and, Saf
Center 'lTables and Chairs of every de
ugs and Art Squares, New Home Se,
7.50 to $2500, .but buy the Iron Kin
E TO BEGIN TO THINK ABOUT U
r. The best time of the year to pain I
3 to the appearance of your promise e
yur house means money in your poc I
gure, with you on what you need.
HENORICK
.r and Endicott Johnson sho
i Clothes, Carhart overal
ves, Devoe Paints, Chase Ci
ts and Gents' Furnishing
Call for Pictorial Review Pattern.
SCHOOL TRUSTEES
If your school is not working for
one of The Sentinel's dictioiaries,
ask the teacher whs. It will only
take a few hours work for any school
to obtain a copy of the beat dictionary
published. No library is complete
without a dictionary.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF PUB
LICATION
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
W. T. Earle, Plaintiff,
Against
A. N. Hendric s, Miss Duane Hen
dricks, Mrs. 'ta Hendricks, Revie
and Mrs. Ola Hendricks Owens. De
fendants.
To the defendant A. M. Hendricks:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in the
above stated action which was on the
3rd clay of February 1922, filed in the
office of the Clerk of Court of'Com
mon Pleas for P.cken Qounty, Sout.1
Carolina, at Pickens, S. C., and which
is still on file in saidi office. You are
further required to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint
on the subscriber, Martin, Blythe,
Craig and Keith,~ at their offices at
Pickens, S. C., within twenty days
after the service hereof, exclusive of
the clay of service; and if you fail to
answer the complaint, within thc time
aforesaid,. the plaintiff in this action
will ap~ply to the Court for the relief
demanded in the compllaint.
Martin, Blythe, Craig~ and Keith,
Attorneys for Plainciff.
0. S. STEWART.
Clerk of 'Court of Common Pleas
February 3, 1922.
NoTrICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
ITORS.
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late Samuel Jewell
must present the same, duly proven,
mn or before the 18th clay of February,
1922, or be debarred payment, and all
p~ersons indebted to said estate must
make payment on or before the above I
dlate to Sr.mel A. Jewvell.
Samuel A. Jewvell,
Administrato.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late Loutford B.
Graveley must present the same, duly
proven, on or before the 18th (lay of
February, 1922, or be dlebarred pay
mecnt; and all persons indlebtedl to .said
estate must make payment on vor Ie
ore the above (late to W. I. Grale
>r C. M. Gravley. VI.raey
C. M. Gravley,
Exeecutors.
TH'IE CITY PRESSING CLUB.
S. D. Groves, Prop.
In .Porter's Barber Shep, Pickens
Pressing, Cleaning, Dyeing, Etc.,
)one by Expert. Work Called for and
)eliveredl When Promised.
Doyou need money? If so there
.4 ro rcason wvhy you can't got it.
JIross ties at Pickons are bringing
r0 cents. This is a good price andi
vithin the last two weeks the wvagons |
tre hauling thnm in.
onsiderably during t r 'w
ig to our seqond floor just over our
ne, consisting of bed Room Suits,
s, wardrobes, B~14 ets, .Ion Beds,
scrip'tion.
wing Machines, I on 4cng Serves.
s stoves once, and it will bo "
ING SOME PAINT
your house. . Ion't let y.
but means longelr . life
et. We carry"Devoe's p . L
3s, Stetson hats, Inte
[s, New Home Sewil
ty buggies.
Goods a Specialty
TRESPASS NOTICE
We, the undersigned hereby prohibi
all persons from huntirg, fishing
cutting timber or trespassing in an.
manner upon our landa, under ful
penalty of th law.
Ben Porter
Mrs. Emma Latheni
and sons.
J. N. Lark
W. B. Collins
Luther Boggs
Mrs. Ora Mauldin
Grady Reece
D. M. Nix
C. B. Nix
J. E. Nix
J. L. Murphee
John Gillesni
J.M.C.
. J. D.
-J. ~Av
Frank
L. P. S
E. G. C
. G. W. brezeale
J
E F. ni. rowers
Dave Parrott
W. E. Ellenburg
,E. WV. Brazeale
T. -A. Hitt
B. E. Haynes
Lannie Grant
J. A. Chappell,
,Will Cooper
Leonard Nations
S. P. Marchbanks
Ernest Allgood
W. -F. Dodson
.CITATION
THE~ STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF..LyCKENS.
By N. A. Christonbhrw m
Judge.
Whereas, Jv
made suiit to mn
of Administrat
ind ef~eets of ?
McWhorter dlee
Teeare tU
adlmonish all ano sugigular the kindred
and Creditors of the said Miss Mar
garet Louella MeWhorter' deceased,
that they be and appear before me,
in the Court of Probate, to be held at
Pickens Court House, S. C., on the
10th (lay of February 1922, next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to .show cause, if any
they have, why the said Administra.
tien should not be granted.
Given unde~r iny H~a~ end Seatl, this
31st dlay of January 1'942. in the 146th
year of our Independcee..
N. Aa Christopher, Jud~e 'of Probate
666 i! a prescrip~tion for Colds,Feve
and LaGrijpe. . It's the most speedy
remedy we know.
WANTED-';o d your Electrical
work. A complete stock of fixtures
carried in stock. House wiring a
specialty. Walter Hester, at . The
Sentinel ,office, phone 27.
.The tie mark<
mn: un andh th
advantage of it
tide the, ove.

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