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Some Things t Know and Some
Yea Don't Know About Our
TowusCouty & People
-If you ha'e any shingles to
sell see Craig Bros. Co.
-r-Sidney Bruce, who is a. stu
dent at Davidson College, spent
the week-end with his parents,.
Mr. and Mrs. J, MD. Bruce In
-Last. week was regular
"pig w'eather" and everal pork:
ers around 'town, and-through.;
out the diity; hawnieade their
last ?queal.0 -
-$otice how redlhe combs
of the old hens 'are? 'They at'd
blushlin" at the 1ow pic' of
eggs and yet they are largely
responsible for the price.
-Capt. I X.. Mauldin return
ed to Pickens Felday, fzom a
weeks trip -to . Oolumbia and
Charleseno. . He reports having
a corking good thne while gone.
-Mr. 4Gorge Boggs, of An
derson-,-togetherwith his moth
er, have moved-to Pickens, and
are living ]wij~h-their brothor
and gon, W. d Boggs at the
-Dr. F. S. Porter left Pkens
Tuesday for . Balimore 'where
he carried his wife 'for tr'eat
ment. IIe will remain away
for several weeks and' take .a
p0sot-graduate courge while gone.
-The - farmers of Pickens
county are going to raise sever
al thousand bushel$ of corn on
a very few acres this year.
Some of them will raise a few
thousand bushelp on many
-F1t-class stock of mer;
chat lse-for sale. Good stand,
ent. Will exchange for
e. See H. M. Hester,
pu Ie l ta'Man Offiee
ickens Bank building'ick
ens, S. 0.
If every farmer boy in Pick
ens county who is eligible would
enter the corn dontest this year
and plant his acre with any
thing like a season the amount
raised would more than supply
the demand of the county boys,
get your acre ready..
-A famer of Aiken county.
Nelson Johnson, shipped off a
carload of hogs on Saturday of
his own raising. The earloadl
weighed 9,000 pounds and he
soldI for 71 cents a pound. We
will het that the raiser of those
hogs hats his corn crib at home.
--This county has determined
to have good roads, and if any
man set himself up against
this w.ise and beneficial dleter
mination and gets run over 'by
the cha'iriot of progress lhe has
no 'One to blame but himself.
Everybody should pull for' goodl
r'oads and gobd schools.
--We want our' friends and
subscribers to get busy and help
us pull off a successful contest.
We have put it on to collect
what is due us so that we can
pay what we owe, and take the
remainder and build a home for
the paper. The Sentinel is 41
Syears old and has been renting
all its life. Its Is now time it
owned a buildinug in which to do
.business. Will you. help it to
get a home?
-We are going to giye votes.
also, on Job work and advertis
ing. Come in and see us about
this proposition. We have an
other proposition that will inter
est you. It is a life sub.
scription. This will interest
everybody, both old and
Syoung, and there is not a
person in the county but what
can buy this bond and make
money by doinA so. We will be
glad to talk over these proposi
tions with you a any tie.
fnore at- the start;, bi it 1nakes c
so much more in the-end.
.-There have..been more peo
ple in.Pickeds this week in at
tendance on court.than has been
lhere .qpon similarocogsions in
many moons. f
-There will. be an all day
sihging at Reunion Church on
the 2d-Sunday in March. Every
body invited to come and bring C
:ell- filled baskets.
-Dr. T. A. Seawright's Den- r
tal otfice is in the Masonic Tem- P
ple. upstairs, over' the Pckens t
Drug Co.'s store. ' When in need
of -derital work call and see him. f
-.WANTED: 300woodchop- I
pers, wages from $1.25 to $2 per I
day, -Aso 40 head. of mules 40
Branchville, s. C. d
-'Court will last all the week,
maybe longer. Just a few cases
have. been tried so far. The I
Goodson case, murder, has been r
postponed; Ellis, killing, came I
clear; Boggs, killing,: occupied
all of Tuesday and *resutted in a f
verdict. of manslaughter. The I
criminal. docket - may be closed r
to-day, and there are several
civil cases to; then be tried by
jury. -- The grand. jury has made
its report, which is a lengthy and
-The train robbers have been I
caught, or at least three men 1
were daught up near Dahlon- I
egg; Ga., last week, who an- 3
swered the descriptions very f
well, and who had considerable I
of 'the .loot on their persons. I
One of them, *an old man, is 8
said to be a noted and desperate
Western stage coach and train (
robber, who had recently es- 2
caped from a Canadian prison, s
where he was confined for life '
on' a robbery charge.
-The slayer of Officer Gun
iells, of Greenville, the robber f
of the stores at WilliamAton and
the postoffice at Easley, all seem
to have been done .by one man,
and he a mulafIrthur Young
A ae h aS strung up to
a tree in Georgia last Friday for
the murder of Conductor W. W.
Thomson, of the Georgia Pacific.
Pinkerton detectives worked on
the case and have forged a com
plete chain of evidence around
this negro. The story of his life
and deeds reads like one of
"Diamond Dick's" novels.
-The Harmony Concert Co.
wvill hold down the boards at the
School Auditorium, next Wed- E
nesday night, March 8th. Pearl
Collins-McIntyre, soprano; S. (
Arthur McIntyre, tenor; Bessie t
Leigh, reader, monologue artist r
and pianist, all, in their reper- c
toire of sopran o solos, tenor solos, e
duets for soprano and tenor,i
violin solos and readlings, give a
you a wide range and a high
class entertainment, and an
evening's en joyment unsurpass
ed. D)o not fail to hear them!
They comie highly recomnmended ~
b~y the press wherever they have
appearedl. Seats now on sale.
--We like to see talents put
to use, and nothing affords us
more pleasure than to see a per- t
son develop his gifts. In this
connection Bertrand K. Thorn -
Icy has an artistic eye and nat
ural dlecorative talent, and as a r
window-dresser is exceedingly
good. This is practically demn
strated in Pickens quite fre
quently. Some recent work a
done by him, assisted by Mr.
Furman Morris, are the two il
show windows in the grocery
department Of Folger, Thorniey r
& Co.'s store. One carries a
line of hard ware, the other fancy
groceries, and they have elicited t
much favorable comment. This
week the window of the Pickens
Drug Co. was trimmed by him,*
and It is a beauty. Bertrand,
we congratulate you. Your ~
talent should be cultivated. You ~
should seek a larger place where
your fancy could run riot, andC
whereyourefforts would corn- E
miand dollars and bring results
-Anderson 844 li adeup
if ingredients that mako d.tton
lut on fruit.
After.January 1st, 1911, the
!ickens Oil Mill will gin on
'riday's only. Dec. 29tf .
-For land anywhere In Pick
ns county see or write J. R.
ishmore, 'The Land Man."
-Good farmers say that the
knderson 8-4.4 is the best and
heapest fertllizer' you can use.
-The Anderson 8-4-4 goods
iake cotton fruit from the
round up, and there is nothing
etter for corn.
Do you want to sell your
arm or town property?. See
I. M. Hester "The Real Estate
ian." Office i) Pickens Bank
luilding',' Pfokens. 'S. 0.
-J. A. $ngih, photographer,
ill be in Pickens on Mondays
f each week 'instead of Satur
lays as heretofore. All who
vant first class work see him.
-Fine Morgan Stallion! Any
ne wishing the services of: this
Lorso will see W. T. Nalley, 21
niles below Pickens, .o the
Basley and Pickens road.' 8t
-Have you purchased that
arm yet? I have some nice
ilaces on my list. Write or see
ne for anything in Real Estate.
I. M. Hester, The Real Estate
Mrs. Martha Chapman died at
ter home in Eastatoe, Saturday,
'eb. 25. . She was confined to
ter bed for six weeks, but had
ieen in bad health for over three
rears. She was buried the day
ollowing her death at Antioch
laptist church, Rev. John T.
.ewis performing the burial
Mrs. Chapman was a good
1hristian, and was a member. of
kntioch Baptist church. . She
aid she did not fear death, and
She leaves a husband, five
hildren, besides. brothers and
isters and' many sorrowing
riends to mourn her death.
L precious wife and mother from
us is gone, -
A voice we loved is stilled,
k. place is vacant .in our home
Which never cah be filled;
safely in the arms of Jesus,~
Safely on His gentle breast,*
Phere by His love o'ershadowed
Sweetly her soul's at rest.
Notice To Sunday Schools
Every Sunday School is urged
o send one or more delegates to
meeting to be held on Tuesday,
dfarch 7th, 1911, at Pickens,
s. C., at 12 M.
Elect your delegates on Sun
lay, March 5th. and urge upon
hem to see that your school is
epresented on this imuortant
ccasion. See the call to "L'ov
r1s of Law anid Order'' in the
ssue of this paper dated Febru
Secret Order Meetings.
Masonic- A. F. & A. M. meets
saturdIay nights on or before
ho full mioon
Chapter-Ri. A. M. meets Fri.
lay nights onl or after the full
K. of P.-Meets every Mon
lay night after the first and
W. O. W.-Meets every first
.nd third Tuesday nights.
City Counfcil meets rlTuesdaLy
Lights after first Mondays.
Liberty Circuit Appointments.
Liberty: 4th Sunday 11 a. m.
nd 1st Sunday night 7:30 p. m.
Ruhamah: 1st Sunday morn
rig 11 a. m.
Bethlehem: 2d Sunday 11 a.
ri. and 4th Sunday afternoon.
Gap Hill: 3d Sunday 11 a. mn.
Twe~vlve Mile: 3d Sunday af
~otice of Final Settlement and
Notice is hereby giveun thatL I will
4 Jdd1ge of P'robote for ickensi ~ounf.
y mn the t ate of South Carolhnra, oni the
Iday of March 1911 or' as son
heruaf.er as, atid application canr be
eard, for leave to maeke final settlreent
f the estate of P. Whiten dleconsed,
nd obtain discharge as admrt, of saidI
state. Jas. A. Whiten.
We have just received a large shipment of
and are able to fit you regardless of the size of your feet.
Men's Dress Shoes:' Kiser's Special, Bench Made, for
$5-00. This shoe has all the style you are looking for and its
service can't be beat.
Kiser's King, for $3.50: We have it in all styles and- leath
ers. It can't be beat for long wear and an easy walk.
Kiser.Quality, for $3-00, makes your head swim at first sight
It is a, -dandy and you- should give it a look before you -buy.
Men's Work Shoes: The last few days of' sunshin<
makes us thinik; that we won't need any more heavy shoes bui
look out for Iebruary and March. More snow and ice -yet tc
come,lind when it does, you'll wish you had a pair of these.
Our Strong as'Steel, for $3-oo,, wears like iron.
Heavy Tan Shoe. for $2.oo, all leather and a crack-a-jack.
The old-time Brogan that. keep warm feet, but makes life'c
walkhard. Sell you these for only'a dollar and a half a pair
Ladies' Dress and Work Shoes: We have a larg<
line and should be able to fit your feet, fancy and pocket-book
College Queen, for $3.50: This shoe has a cloth 'op and il
certainly is something swell. Made to fit like a glop.,
Kiser's Model, for $2-50: 'Ihis shoe is full of style and ser
vice, and, at the price, cannot be beat for fit, style and comfort.
We. have another . shoe for $1.75 that looks good and wil
wear ror a while. We won't put an iron-clad guarantee on it
Our Work Shoes for $1.o in plain and cap toe are good.
Children's Shoes: We have the whole side of ou:
store lined with Kid's Shoes. One for soc. Lace and 3ut
ton. This is a good value. One at 75c., in Tan and Black
This is all leather and gives good service. We have a bettei
one for $1.25, with cloth top, that is a peach.
If you, or any of your kids are bare-footed' come to see us
Bring us all the produce you have for sale and get the bes
prices. Yours for Business,
Keowee Supply Co.,.
Have You Bought
THAT SHIRT WAIST YET
We have just received a
beautiful line of ladies shirt
.waists ranging in price from
Soc to $1.48:
- We have most anything new
in the way of dry goods.
Come to see us.
CRAIG BROS CO.
One-price Cash Merchants.
Pickens, South Carolina.
Next Door' to the Post Office.
Test Dr. Hess
Did you know that you could feed Dr. Hess Pnultry Pan
a-ce-a the balance of the Winter, all spring, in fact untin th<
first day of August, then if you are not satisfied that it has pai<
and paid big,
We will refuniid every cenlt you hlave paid( us5.
It is to make your hens lay, to make your chicks grow fast
healthy and strong, to cur gapes. cholera and roup.
Of course you are expected to keep yuor poultay free froni
lice and for that purpose we know of nothing better thar
Instant Louse Killer.
1et 11s hatve our order now.
H. A Richey & Son.
DOE PMANS, W
B.:B B. (Botelse Blood Blood) is the
only Blood Remedy $hat kills the poison
in the blood and then purifles it-send.
ing a flood of pure, uleb blood direct to
the skin surface, bones. joints, and
wherever the disease Is.located. -Inthis
way all sores. ulcers. pimples, eruptions
are healed and oured. pains and aches
of Rheumatism cease, Owellinga subside.
B. B. B. completely ehanges the body
Into a clean healthy cndition, giving
the skin the rich, red hue of perfect
health, B. Be B. cures the worst old
cases. Trv ft.
BOTAMIC BL00 RALM-B B8
pleasant and safe to ta*e; oomposed of pure
Botanic ipg'rdients. .A Puries and enrichea
the blood . .B. B. -st18ngthens the nerves
and builds up the broken down system. Drug.
glists $1.00 PER LABGB NOTTLE with diree
tione for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Stores,
05c f Tax Notice,
Office of County Treasurf1 flaekens County.
Pickens, s. C., Sptenber 30th 1910.
The books for the colleptiol of State and
CountY taxes will be opea frm
October 15th 1910 to Desember 31st' 1910.
Those who prefer to do so can pay in Janus.
ry 1911, with I per cent additional Those
who prefer paying In February 191li can
"o so with 2 per cent additional. Those who
proeer paying in Match 190 I, to the IAt1h of said
month, ()An I ~in~ adtoa 7 per
ce . After aid at ks ill close
N. 1.-Tax Payers ng property or paying
tax for Othors, vwill please ask fo tax reed r
in each township or speetal school district i
which he or they may own Ptoperty. This .
very important as there are so' man vsneciA,
school districts. Those Who .di no w f t
come to the oMee cau wi e me, not later than'
Dedember 20th, and i wJi furnish the
the amount due and they can remnit mci bh
cheek, money order or registered letter,. if
stamps are sent-do .not send above two (X)
cent, as I cannot Use as do net
send me Gash Without reglt'i1 pleas
liable to eanre -t Ifsnohr e t bs
at sende a risk.- if sent 0I must be
Levy for State tax. ........' 5M Mills
Levy for Constituti onal Sohel tax . M3 mills.
Levy for Ordinart County tax. . mill*
Levy for Sisk IngLu nd....... il
Levy for pAt adebtednms....
Ldv~forclIn Gag... .........4 milr
Levy for State Constable ...,. ,. . mill
Special Levy for School-District No. 1, 2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 2.2 mi
Special Levy for School District No. 3.. Il
Special Levy for School District No. 4....2 mills
Speelal Levy for School Duitrict No 6 ..2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 8
Specia ..evy for.School i8sieN 0 -N . 10 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 10,1 mill
pecial Levy for.School Dlstriet No. 11,7 mills
pecial Lev for School District No. . 10 mills
Special Levy for School District No- 14,. .4 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 10 2 mill:
Special Levy for School District No. 17 4 mil
Speia Levy for School DIstrict No. 18, 2 mIlis
Special Levy for School District No. 19, 2 mills
SpeCial Levy for School istrict No. 22, ..2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 232,.. mills
Special Levy for School Disttrict No. 24, 2) mills
Special Levy ror School District No. r 2n mills
Speck,1 Levy for School District No. 2 .mills
Spccial Levy for School District No.29 8
Special Levy foJ'School DIstriCt No. 31 mills
peciel Levy for School District No. 37. 9 -nilR
fSpecial Levy for Somol W1lstrict No.3,..2 mills
Special Levy for School Distriot No-4 mill
Special Levy fop School District N'o.. .2 mills
Spechal Levy for School DItrItif No. . Oills
Special Levy for School DAtrzct No. 62 mill
Special Levy for School fistrit No. 63 3 mills
LSev for interest oil en I
linrrkcMe tonwnshi >....... ~l
hery for hileres on P c'li~i lI. Rt lin
1. awtaboe towselj........mil
Lavy for inter t on k,00 It. .N Noos
Pickens . II. township.. mIlls
Poll Ti.'., One a, Dollar.t lvery inn e eltiz.e
floa 21 to to dlo yeua f6Is liable, excopt 'onifeder
ate soliers, wo not pay after 60 years, andme
('own mnmtaion, Road TLax, $l.50a. All persons
dlesirling to pay siis tax for l9ll In lI en of liye
clays work on the road, enn do sobeofore. March
1st. l9ll. All personas between the ages of 21
mcc 0 year ar re liable for I hiN lax, except those
Unpmitat Ion ilo Tax. AlI pe'rsonsa , long
clogs arcecequire'd Io hay a~ tax or llfty c(50j eentsc
cow each dlog. ItespecitfullIy,
'.iD. ot IV liNw~ rr
A BIRA CREl'T, Rl NOG,
CH-lAiN. LOCK( ET',
or other' ornamlent nlinkes a
mu~lch mlore acceptable and
latstinlg Easter gift~ than any
SELECT ITl HERE NOW,
and we will reserve it for you
till needed. Our reputation is
a guarantee of that.
1~asley, P'.* 4 ;
J. E. BOGOS W. Ei. FINDLECY
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.
Ofle'e oiver P'ilwews benl,
suand beaua: -l dieb.
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