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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 November 1906

__ HE E iEL=J R Eutered April 23. 1903 at P'iekuns, 8. U., as seauud elass mattrr, under act of Congresu of DM\Srol 3 1879 VOL. xxxvi PICKENS, SOUTl CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOV'rlBR 1 1906. N. 23 NEWS FROM EASLEY. I>rems From This Thrivag 'Towni ai<l o7um tmulty. Personals anti Othr Mattors. Eatloy Nov. 2. Miss Ina Boggs and M rs, M, P. Hester. of Pickons, viai ted rt;iat tives hero last week. R. '. Smith, M. 1).. spent siv oral days in Columbia last week. A valuable hurse belong ii t" Mrs. Lalbon Maiuldin (lied recesi . The South Calr~fl:ivawy is ii session at Lturen.cs - l.v. J. F. I Matheson is in atte(jo,IOnct. Mr. Milton C!nipt) hm., a.s his guest this w.>k hi iir er, Cra - ford Clapp, . Gr10umv 1. - Missl'ugenia \'ermilliln. afi''I a pleaant visit, to r,'h[ities at ihi; place and Dautvi:,e, i,ls return ed to hli ime at 1Onid's. Mr. VItF r 1'olgc-r has moved his family to( Atiarlta. Ile is in) the-emplIo of the \\'. & A. liy. Born on thc 27dii it to Mr. and Mrs. C. M. ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 November 1906

*GRAU1 GEORGE BAR "'C (t" 1o1 by Herbert S. so ever heard sudh ~a. thing iittered before. In a daze, stunned by the name Guggenslocker-myaktlled over their acquaintance with his own when he -had been foiled -at-every fair attempt to learn theirs, Lorry could only mum ble his- acknowledgments. In all his life he had neyer (ost command of him self as at this moment. Guggenslocker! /-4 "Yon lucky doy!" He could feel the dank sweat of disap pointment starting on his brow. A butcher-a beer maker-a cobbler-a gardener-all synonyms of Guggen clocker. A sausage manufacturer's niece-- iss Guggenslocker! Ile tried to glance unconcernedly at her as he took up his napkin, but his eyes wav ered helplessly. She was looking se renely at him, yet he fancied he saw a shadow of mockery in her blue eyes. 'If you were a novel writer, Mr. Lor ry, what manner of heroine would you choose?" she asked, with a smile so tantalizing that he understood in stinctively why she was reviving a topic once abandonod. ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 November 1906

IESENTINEL J. Eutered April 28, 1903 at Piokeue, 8. 0., as eeood lane matter, under st of Cougres of Marc 1 VOL. XXXVI2 MRS. JEFF. HAS PM Widow of Dis federate Ans Cc RELIGIOUS RIT Soon After the Clergyman Left Mrs. Davis Became Unconscious and So Remained Until the End-Pneu monia Was Cause of Her Death. New York, Oct. i.-Mrs. Jeffer son Davis, widow of the president of the Confederacy, who had been ill for a week at the Hotel Majestic, in this city, died at 10:25 o'clock Tues day night. Death was due to pneumonia in duced by a severe cold which Mrs. Davis' contraoted-- :upoan'.ber . rea.rp from the Adirondacks, where she had spent the summer months. Although grave fears were felt from the first, Mrs. Davis' wonderful vi tality which brought her safely through a similar attack a year ago, gave hopes of ultimate recovery until Monday night, when a decided change for the worse was evident and the attending physicians announced that the end was near. It was then be lieved that Mrs. Dav...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 November 1906

Pickens, entineljournal 'UDJSHBD EVBRY WED1E4SDAY MORNING. --BY The Sontinel-Journal Company. TBOMPSON & RICHEY, PROPs. J. b. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR. Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Intered at Picken MaF ato cre as Second Claus PICKENS, S. C. : SATURDAY, NOVEMBER- 1906. It is now in order for Senator Beveridge to rise and remark that when he said that the flag was to stay in Cuba, he had no intimation of the fact that Mr. Rooseevit would not agree with him. Some of the Rpublican Journals are condemning the allegt d tree man ner in which Mr. Hearst is making use of money in his campaign. It ie a safe wager that he didn't get the money from corporation and insur ance companies. The Republican ofliee seeker will now proceed to explain to his audi. ences that it is absolutely necessary for them to see him safely landed in the particular place ho desires, if they want to show their approval of any of the acts of MIr Roosevelt. The work of Representative Joit ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 November 1906

kens Sentii iJournal happenings of Local and Persona Nature. -Messrs. Lee A. Roper and Sam. uni Robinson were in Pickens Satur -Mrs M. F. lRester and Miss Ina b 'ugs, of Pickens visited friends and re tives in Easley la*t week. -Elijah Moore, who escaped last 'sk from deputy marshal George Clpman was recently captured at s.tral and has been lodged in the kens jail. S.-Misses Nellie (Irandy and Maka gs . spent a portion of last week - : their parents in Pickens, going ,k Monday to their studies in the envilte Female College. -Mrs. Iola Parrott and children Central S. C, Sept 19 for Greens o. N. C. whore she goes to give - hildren the advantage of the . lostolic" Holiness Bible School Ch is located at this place. -fAr. G. W, Corbin, the foreman the carpenters on the Pickens .on mill, is laying down lumber erect hiniself a nice eight room ,ise on the lot rec ntly purchased m Holder & Taylor. George is- a ver fellow and a man in the right ce. ,-The Greenville News says that . and Mr...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 November 1906

YEES JOIN THE STRIKERS. <ebreakers Cause kout. -EWS FROM ARCTIC aXPEDITION .etters Were Dated From Port Hope on July 25. Victoria, B. C., Oct. f' .--Letters tave been received from the Anglo ,.norican Arctic expeditiofi which left Vttoria on May 20 on the schooner Duchese of Bedford, dated from Port lope on July 25. It had not been expected that the ichoonor would reach this port be ore Aug. 15. From there the ves el was to proceed at once to Miato nlet, Prince Aliberbland, where win er quarters would be established. 'T.he letters say that on July 8 the schooner had a narrow escape from oiug ashore in Behring Straits dur ng a heavy fog. While at Teller City the sailing naster, Parker, and the cook refused 14ty, and only, It is stated, when breacened with irons on the revenue utter Thesis, did they return on joard, and,, then only on the condi ion that they be replaced at Poini Earrow. A good supply of dogs was secured or the ice tripe at St. Lawrence sland. Ice ds reported heavy ...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 November 1906

Notices of Sale, Wnts,. Swaps, ete. sortedt in this Column at b 'ents per to for each insertlon. Nothig taken r less than 10 cenits. tell in Ltlbert"y Mrs. Callaway will ?tsed to have you call andl inispo ct ew and pretty stock tif Miliiunerv. R SALE: A businie s lot. in the of Lihorty; 64 x IC-1 feet lond well .ter and good 3 toonit dwelling on ' lies well and is between lots of J. . .own and John lRankin ; prie 8800; t half cash und halitnce to Mitt tu r. Apply to J. L. Youtg, Liderty. W. M. Horton, Dettist, hasi lo at Liberty, 8. C., and will make o Pickons, entral auti Pendleton. - .% me wishing hit' profisasitintl ser i- the country, drop him to postal = at Lib,ert.y and he wili cime to {y hom(s. NTEI.-'o miake tramu. with 'me c. -r 20 cords of Oak and 1,11 o'Is of moo.l. I. E. Ghtdwin, 'entin1P1- Il)Iurnatl, .\ l trt ', d our premintum l ol'e. loIpp's ator to all Whts piy ilp und iay 'lr i atiivtucc. S lu) r ald llont! :tlld 1=rnt uOt" paper a :ntd t hc .\' mtrit' tn .\ ;rit+:...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 3 November 1906

Farime Union Bureau of IIoriiitlloii. Conducted by the South caro inn Farmers' hducatiuonal nin Co-Oporativo Union. Communications intended for this depart omt should be addressed to .1. C. Strioling, Pondleton, South Caroliua. Sell a few bales of your cotton at, or about, the Farmers' Union minimum of 11 cents and pay your creditors all, or at least half, you owe them. But don't glut the mar ket. Better still, where oyer you can store cotton in a good warehouse do it, and turn these cotton certi ficates over to your creditors and keep all the cotton off the market that it is possible to do. If you are not pushed up hard for money don't put a bale of cotton on the market now and let the price go up to 12 cents, where our South Caro lina ;Union put the price in the outset, But don't for a moment under take to dodge your creditors or do any dirty tricks in order to save a few dollars. Let no Farmers' Union man sell out his reputation as an honorable man by not standing up square to hi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1906

THE SFNTINEL JO Eutered April 23, 1903 at Piekens, S. (!., ne sonnnd cina matter, under act of Oongrese of Maroh 8, 1879. SVOL. XXXVi PICKENN, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVE24 FROMOUR CORI NEWS FROM EASLEY. Items From This Thriving Town and Community. Personals and Other Matters% 1Easley, S Cl. Nov. O. 'We havn't had a chance to hustle for much news this week, but will .givb what we have caught. We are sorry that the Rev. D. W, Uiott and his excellent family nill leave us shortly. Th'y go to William ston, their future home, wvit[h the Regrets of our people here, but they carry with them the best wit,hes of our entire community, The Anderson and Easley iailway seems to b. on assuroil fvct. The firsct "'train"' over t.1bis road caio inI yesterd,v at 11:30 a. In. it was an automlolile bemaing ia placardl "Eusley and Anderson Raihv ay." By the way an It1lt(,Iolile serice wo1ld pay on this routo until the stcai road wast put in operation. We hope some of our enterprising citizens will th...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1906

PUIJ3MS9: !13.. RV~I~ WBI)NEFIDAY MORNMM'.(i. The Sentinel-Journal Company. TrorJ'SoN & JILIEY. I'Jto'$. Subscription $1.00 Per Anunm. Advcrtising Rites Reasounble. antered- at PlckenS I'ubtoalec.as Secoud Cla: Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C. : SATURDAY, NOYEMIBEtR 10, 1V''. An exchange remarks that, "a St. Louis woman who was sued for pay. rwent of a costly pair of corsets will endeavor to prove in court that they lib not fit her snugly." St. Louis is in Missouri, you know Secretary Shaw his figured it out that Uncle Sam will need $924,562,. 146.07 next year. We will cheerful. ly contribute the seven cents if other generous neRhews of our good uncle will look after the remainder. The School census gives Chicago a populatiou of 1,780,000, whereas the city directory's .estimate is 2,. 300,000. We can't help believing that there is carelessness somewhere in connections with these guesses. "You can't tell a man from Chi cago-anything." That answer won the $10 prize for the following que...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1906

V tkons Sdllt!llel-Joulrnll 1..ppenings of Local and Persona Nature. W. 0. R1ielwy, of the EasleY side a14 in 1'iciun Ydue,day o busi .-y -Hgoud Sehool in district No. opens on the 12h instatt with Matt.io 13WQU us totachlr. James Hughoi, of the Liberty has bought a now top buggy is now engaged in giving the ,' s nico rides. Don't fail to read the ad of Smith ristow in this issue; they have ' bargains in suits which they our readers. -The ladies will do well to read ad of J. Thomas Arnold Co., o1 -nville, and profit by what it con I 1. L. E. Hunnicutt, of Greenville A been on a visit to relativen in this tyrecently. On his return home mother, Mrs..W. A. Hunnicutt npanied him and will spend a &r. J. W. Major, of the Green iide was in Pickens Monday look. after the sale of the Barnett i place for his sister, Mrs. Smith. alace was bought by G. W. Orif r $2100. M1iss Ellen Welborn, daughter r M. J. Welborn returned last from a two weeks visit to her Adam C. Welborn, and other ves in...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 10 November 1906

Nonresident V61u1 nmonls. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, Pickon'a County, Court of Conmo(n Plo7s. Summons for Relief--('omplaint Served B. F. Lawrence, Jr., Plaintifl. - against Joseph I. Lawrence. individually, and as tiustee, H. Y. Lawrence, Charles Knox, Clifford Knox, Addie Knox and B. F. Lawrence, Sr., Defendants. To the Defendants above named: You are hereby summoned and requir. ed to answer the complaint in this actiou of which a copy is herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscribers at their office at Pickens, S. C., within twenty days after the service hereof, exclusive of the pay of such service; and if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforemaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated October 30th A. D. 1906. A. J. Boggs, O. O. P. [sotal[ Haynesworth & Robinson, Plaintiff's Attorneys. To the absent or non resident defendants Joseph R. Lawrence,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1906

TH1E Sutr.dNTINEL=JOUNL EuodApril 23, 1903 tat Pickous, S. C., asB s-coud Oclams matter, under act of Congress of Mach3189 VOL.______ _______ PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVErBi 7 96 SOME RAIl News About The Ande MR. J. J. FRETWELL TALKS OF THE ROAD AND IT'S PROSPECTS. VENT OVERII PitOOSED ROUTE IN AUTOMOBILE oVenl loaxot vith the Outlook For it The Anderscn Daily Mail of the 10th instant sals that Messrs. .1. J. Fretwell, L. I.; Wai.tson, and C. G. Sayre, who rod,i over the pro posed r-)uto of tlie A idersoni & Easley Railway y'st.rday in Mr. FI'retwell's automob+,l,il=A, returned to the city lato that afternoon, having come hack by way of GreenvilIe. When asked about the propo)s8d road this nori.ing, Mr. Fretwell said in part: It is understood that the coun, j try btween A udIerson and Eatsley is a most prosperois one, and that the I)lant.ors along the route are anxious to have a railroad between those two points. Mr. Watson, who was in tho par ty, has received a propos...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1906

F;.' 4 N. r AU~ GEORGE BARI Copyrit1ht, 1901, by Herbert S. Ston that can never be taken away. You will orget me before you are out of Wash agton, but I-I shall always see you as ou are now." She drew her hand away gently, but lid not take her eyes from his up urned face. "You are mistaken. Why should I - 'orget you--ever? Are you not the Ideal .Lmerican whose name I bought? I tthall always remember you as I saw you-at Denver." "Not as I have been since?" he cried. "have you changed since first I saw "ou?" slle asked quaintly. "I have, indeed, for you saw me be ore I saw you. I am glad I have not :hanged for the worse in your eyes." "As I first knew you with my eyes I vIll ay that tiey are trustworthy," he said tanializingly. "I do not mean t hat I have changed "In an1y other case m1ly eyes would not T:err:," sie cried, wVitlh mock disap xytrntment. "tilill," she aidded sweetp ngty, "you are my ideal Anwlerivaln. Io.dby: Thle ma:n htas entllccd 'aill "fcodbyr!," he cried, suagtpo ef...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1906

N J .4 1)4 THE SENTINEL=JOURNA._ Eutored April 23, 1903 at Pickeus, S. C., as second clams matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879. VOL XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVE1BER 17, 1906. A NEWSY BUDC FRO After a Long -ilenc HAS HAD TROUBLE OF HIS OWN. SA CA'1i(7H EI i'Cl)'I1" IAI1'1 o Igures - lr t Ii -' M IstI' I rI thu :911uup F romt thts. G:ot "''alta", I'laet l t ,elmee" th ' litl sr 1 t.'"1, .\tf I !..4 n J:'. in ry. A fter a tilV11r lt It;l "l-nlsh r i fll C t(Ile"1 will etndeavor tt lEt thl manyt11P readtl'rs (if' IIi ."tti1 -d o r il(-arll fromt ibits siI}' of thlt Cl 1i 1' agalii. Tlhe ("dlit r:w, "O l lOm itol , t !i. "devil" andill( theII( read0'rst (,f Ih)f )a1."r '':ll ('xctl'i (,ur silenc)1e when?1 Ve narratit' ouI troithhl A. You kinow it i% WI t(tlo, and w have loien :ltigllt frt ltl till i(tt'alte that tere is to ie a gmnoral restr. rection day, a da.v when the riahli eous shall be separated from the ungodly. it is not written exactly at what time su...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1906

PUB,LH:ED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNINO. The Sentinel-Journal Company. TlaoMPsoN & BIcrnEY. Ptors. .. L. u. TioMP0N. ETo%. i3ubscriptiou $1.00 Per Annum. Advertising Rates Reasonable. Entered at Piokens Fustofice an Second Clabb Mail Matter PICKENS, S. C.o a SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1900. It is not always the apple with the rosiest cheek or the girl with the swellest gown that is the sweetest ever. London uses only about one-fifth as much water as New York. Lou. don must utilize something else as a chaser. . Representative Longworth thinkE the nation's support of Presideni Roosevelt, should extend to the en tire family. There are 16,000,000 children ii the public schools of America, most ly as the schoolbooks rings looks a it, for their benefit. The Cleveland high school is ti graduate "trained wives," but ther is no diploma that can guarante immunity from the bargain counte harpy. A Philadelphia doctor assorts tha the free use of cigarettes by boy makes liars out of them. And event ual...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1906

I' Pickens SenltneWourllal Heppeniigs of Local and Persona Nature. - .In spite of the short cOp fe"tmers have bad difficulty in having pick. d what cotton they have made. V -Mrs. A, L Johnson, of Liberty, S. C, is a guest of Mrs. T. A. Capp and fauly.-Toccoa, Ga., Record ,%79aes Viola and Madone Moore :. ' rtv, aret-v isit.ing their sister, N. Gantt, in Pickens. Norris Grammar School opened November 12, with Prof. W. T. Earle, of Centrul, as principal. -C. B. Hagood and family, of Eanley, moved to their new home in Pickens, Monday. Mr. Hagood will ;ave charge of the Pickens mill. --William Rosamond, colored, re !ently killed a pig that weighed 425 ounds. Will is a good pork raise,, s well as a good blacksmith. -The crops in this county are poor tis year, but they are far ahead of 00 in Sumter and Lee counties om what we can learn. -Subscribers are slower in settlin g eir accounts this year than we like see them. Don't always leave the wspaper man to the last -Mrs. J. B. Bruce, who h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1906

BY IGREGISTER, ROCKfRD , CORRESPONDENCE SOLICSTED R,pserve your dirty old clotlws for other jobs than milk lug. The two do not harnonize. Soiled clothes beget carelessntess. Whait a blessing it is that all tile finicky folks In this world (1u ini 1know what )roeesses their trtli h:ts to go through belore it tina:llly rl'atIe.s theni! They would he willini t) ne-ropt a poor er quality of liio:t a;lythimg iI it were only clean. The 1 people of Itlit are rel I, liu;n' ove'r the l.I 'I'r:tu:-u5 (of tl:c wheat1 c"rolt, the )rosl) I::.: an iir ,i.s of 1:, per centt ve:' thalt o! the pr'viouttt 'ear. To li te whi have kon thlie IIhrrrs of at sli'rt :.;e in i).nt year.s th1i. ilst :e a < c n i u 1' f th nk gi1n1 xIieriInt'llis whicht have 1:a?lyI le'll ma:th-( Itr'\ve beyondt doubllt thtla easily c'ontract tuber"c lcti.; lty drink lug the milk from cows aitfetedk witi iho disease, I viow of his fai- the alarmint )revatlen1ce of i bis in::latt\' imour; the hogs of ('eerl:n: (i:tiry 1 a li...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1906

Bsines4s Loca1g. es of iale, W1a'tnts, Swaps, etc, I in this ColItau it. . ee"lts per 1 - r each Ilsurtlolt. NohIllug tkenl than 10ocents. v ; .le:-Phot"ographt oii lit nheal ,) interested Soe mi(e Nov. 29. 1. Henor-on, Piukens, S. C. "'ate-line Millinery. Mrs. Ca O D.-To makt; tratdo witl so cords of Oak and 15 cords < * 1. iR. E. Goodwinu, ael-Journald', Managei 4 1 -ur premium offer. Ropp to all who pay up and pa a advance. , per and Homo and Farm on 1 .25. 'er and the American Agriou ; ar for $1. 50. * your wants in this columr :, the kind you wlant, at ret !e, at Sentine l- Jourual oillev re placing your next order Notices, printed on ulotli his oflice at 0 ceuts I dozen watt to sell 3our land 'uut.r3 or buy farm or tim or towii p)ropJerty see o nid 1 will Sa1ye yOll 1JU11 mn .XA 'It), Rerat Jtat At\ \adhu, S. U. I l(, has j , 1. re -ival *1 I 1 XItIIih .,uti O i~;t,;::, , l : ' ,all,t t'} I'I C w ply fiar tl:trtiieniolti to thi LE - Good bo tlding 11t vn1 of Pickens, near t...

Publication Title: Sentinel-Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The sentinel-journal. — 17 November 1906

Noin'esldent SUnkniliolis. STATE OF.8SOUTH CAROLINA, I Pickons Countyv Crt, of CommlRn1 Pleat, Snmm1olns for- Relit f--Complalint Seurve I3. F. Lttwl'bile, Jr., Plaintift. .,-againat Joseph.'R. Lawrene, inlividually, an as tustee . Y. Lawrence, Charle Kniox, Ci'f'ord Kuox, Addie K-nox au, B. F."Lawrence, Sr , Defend 'nts. To the Defeudauts above named: .ou-jtre h(reby lulmllone(!d and requil ed to'nswer the complaint in I his actio of which ta copy is herewith served upol you, and to serve a copy of your answe to the said complaint on the subsriher. at their office at Pickens, S. C., withil twenty days after the service itreof exclnsive of the pay of sueh service and if yon fail to answer the oemplain within the time aforesaid, the platintit in this action will apply to the court fol the relief demanded in the colplaint. Dated October :10th A. D. 1906. A. J. Boggs, C. C. P. [se;lf Hayneswocrth &\ IRobinso,n, Phain t.ill's Attorlne.A5. To the ubs'nt- or :on resident defviiendlntl...

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