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t1091 is not responsible t
.,like somebody has
peer out of Judge
oker is no doubt won
0 put the "boo" in
county correspondents i
fine showing last week, T
are proud of them. ]
d of buying Western (
year, Pickens county
home raised corn to sell
unfortunately situated f
h cannot prove that it
gical place to have a
light of recent events,
he four rural policemen
Pickens county should
in the city of Easley.
says The Columbia
akes the world go 1
t a pint of North Caro
runs it a close race in
d-Young man w1th
s an advertisement.
eral men with sev
Is, but- most of them
Ir heads. Y
the seventeen months t
ent management The
as never been issued a
This is not a boast,
k that Clemson Col
g for the farmers of
rolina has been in
tho meeting of the
lina State Farmers'
d in Columbia.
tlanta are. aroused
t thatEvelyn Nesbit r
led to appear in that a
bruarv in her tango s
ey say they do not r
o come to Atlanta, 1
will only "stick" <
r Evelyn out. V
i that has no more t
of color in Ander- s
, according t') the b
'taters and 'possun1 c
e bill of fare in that
mel should get ' he
blank books used
ounty officers and
use we guarantee
'k and the price to
the county is now
because we are the
who pay taxes In
ho take orders for
ens Sentinel asks
ot start a Tir'ed of
. Frankly, we're
afford to be. If It
uerta a lot of par
r s e 1 f included,
to go to work."
e know some who
nt to the works for
el. Nothing per
.-The State. Not
g for no compli
s, but it is our
n that when it
raphing the para
State is in a class
r ago the big ex.
es said that the
ould not carry
cheaper than the
nies were carry
It was out of rea
carrying a four
150 miles for 18
ey had to charge
that the govern
arrya four-pouc d
700 miles for 26
e 90 cents to $1,25
onths trial, the
ered the rate on
but the express
ot take notice,
Lnder the pl A1
-wher e mo
o espouse the causeof the*a
,gainst the. . strong-t-M~ m I
Lgainst right-it is a source ol
>leasure to now and, then see'
ift in the clouds-to know thai
here Is at least obe IAbor unior
hat is at peace with the world
Ne refer to the Internationa
rypographical Union, the print
This organization of printer
s over 60 years olid and has i
nembership of over 60,000, com
iosed of printers, mailers, news
aper writers &nd typefounders
t has -700 subordinate unioni
hroughout the United States
)anada, Cuba, the -Hawailai
3iands, the Philippine islands
nd Porto Rico.
Some of the more importan
eatures of this model trad<
It maintains at Colorad4
prings, Col., the union print
irs' home and tuberculosis sani
orium, where it 'cares for it.
ged and disabled members, am
specially provides for the treat
nent of those membors afflicte<
It pays to those who hav
eached the age of 60 years anc
>een members for t.wenty yoar
or more, a pension of $5 pei
It pa'ys a burial benefit rang
ng from $75 to $400. The last
iamed sum is paid on the deati
of any member who has been in
ood standing in the organiza
ion for a period of five years oi
It maintains a school for the
echnical instruction of appren
ices and printers which can bu
aken advantage of without in
erferenco with their regulai
vork ;,nd at a very small cost.
In addition to its Home and
Puberculosis Sanatorium at
Jolorado Springs, the Inter
iational Typographical Union
ia-; been in the forefront of the
>attle against tubercnlosis that
i now being waged for the elim
nation of this curse on the
Local unions of the Inter
iational Typographical Union
.re working through Iu beren lo
is committees, and these coni
littees aim to get before the
)cal memlllbers the great. danger
f working in filthy and poorly
entilated conmposing rooms,
nd to also urge upon emlployers
he necessity for reformis in this
Ist on action by these o cial
ureaus. As a result the physi
al character of the composing
+ 4,Z Z~
Th-uinp ter's home
maititained by th
ienbers themselves, withoul
finntial assistance from an3
outside dource, is the only insti
tution of its kind in the world
It is inspected annually by man]
I visitors, more than 20,000 visit
ing the home during 1918. It i
valued today at $1,000,000,
3 The typographical union fos
a ters education and uproots igno
- rance;shortens hours and length
- ens lifo; raises wages and low
-ers usury; increases indepond
3 ence and decreases dependence
develops manhood and balk
tyrrany; establishes fraterniti
and discourages selfishnees; re
duces prejudice and induces lib
t erality; enlarges society am
3 eliminates classes; creates righti
and abolishes wrongs; lighlen
toil and brightens man; cheer:
the home and fireside and make.
- the world better.
3 We have just received a cop)
of a booklet from Mr. James M
Lynch, president of the printers
union for thirteen years, it
which he tells of the benefits t(
Oo hedrived by being a membei
of the union. It also show
many views in and about the
home. The booklet was accom.
panied by the latest picture of
the home and grounds.
"Any bottles? Any rags?"
"Queer combination you dea]
in, my friend,"
"Not so queer. People as has
bottles generallv has rags."
Find Health in a Simple Tonic.
How many women do you know
who are perfectly well, strong and
healthy as a woman should be? They
may not be sick enough to lie in bed
-but they are run-down, thin, nerv
ous, tired and devitalized.
Women are so active nowadays,
and so much is expected of them,
that they constantly overdo and suf.
for from headache, backache, nervous.
ness and kindred ills.
Such women need Vinol, our dell
clous cod liver and iron tonic with
out oil which will create an appetite,
tono up the digestive organs, make
pure blood and create strength.
Mrs. Walter Price, Biloxi, Miss.,
says: "I was in a run-down condition
for months, I had taken several medi
cines but they seemed to do me no
good. Finally Vinol was recommend.
returned if It does not help you
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S.C
O PL A
ris than at ai
s the time t(
e Year $1.
ro Years 2.
ree Years 3.
ur Years 4,
re Years 5.
ends We dnesday, February
otal number of regular and
tively the best ofi
AIdwas D. Eor a long timn.wth
Lini amn andi now oua able to bea
T cause 1 thin tderve a lot of cl:
markan a altoy take mUa
Chas. ?Ut, ~u~oea4
mUt l Deater-25c.. Boo. and $1.00.
y aand P
Addrs r alS l~,Ic
To the Baptists of Pickens a
I am addressingon you throua
The~ Pickens Sentinel, as well
..hi'oughl tho Baptist Couri(
app~ealing to You to enable ni
by a personal gift from each,
you, to pay an embarrassit
debt now resting on your Sta
Quito a n u ibr of people ha'
sent contributions varying froi
25 cents to $10, but the amoui
received does not come neas pa,
ing the debt. By just a smia
sacrifice and some self denia
hundreds of people could sen
me at least $1 on this debt. Th
I beg you to do. Please do m
imagine that your neighboi
WODfRS WHAT IT IS-Ti
), BOOST YOU]
Y ER F
iy other tim
>do the wii
,E REGULAR 1
11th, and never again wil
extra votes given during)
er to be made du
V IS TH
tughtpg thait's goo staf
ll' nsUieis a no-1 n6ee sawt
ly a on's Liniment.
people voice the same opinion.
- Move.d. P616 In sa&*.
4%X was troubled with s, ,' .a vain in
backorsometime. wno a doctor t
did not do me an od
ent, and now Iam a w
woman. I aiW ykeep
tio of ioa' LI me nt t
. o s . -i ' 6 aSt., a 4.
IN "6 ys3v, Drooky, N.r
"We have used Sloans ini.
blent for *over si x yeoas an4
found It the btwe ever ied.
When .py wife ?ad sciatic
rthuma ism the ony thing that
did her anyr god was SIgan'
Liiet 'o cann~rpal n
Oo gh.J"bw owr. o
I Ankle Relieved.
erelyisprained ankle. I got albottle of Siants
oUt and can walk a great deal. write thisbe.
~dit for putting such a fine Liniment on aj
to recommend Dr. Sloan's Linlment.-Tmr
Sloan's instructive book on horses, cattle. hos
lultry senRt (fest
- a Boston, Mass.
Id will send theirs and therefore
you need not bother to send
yours. This is probably just
what your neighbor is thinking
th about you.
as If you send cash you will re
r, celve a receipt at once, but if
e, you send a check or po'stoffice
Df order you will need no receint.
ig The name of each giver, and
t0 amount given, is put on my book
of remembrance. Act at once,
re so we can settle this early in
, February. Fraternally,
it W, T. DEuiEUX,
1, They nearly bought me out.
d Just a little left. Cone. select,
is price and take it away. A sale
>t in flour, tobacco and coffee.
's Pays to see T. D. Harris.
iFN SUDDENLY fN5 OUT
1i FAVORITE IN
@votes will 1
e of the. conte
T0TE EXTRA. VOfl
1 a subscription count so mai
Booster Period printed above.
ring this contest. t'
N D W
inter hasn't struck u
ds the next two months, so i
;.1 Clothing, Coat Suits, and Cloaks, a
open your eyes.
Don't forget we keep at all times .t
kind of me rchandise to be found in Pic
price is always right, for they were b,.ught right. oo
selves. I -
Join the procession, if you n't already belong, and
Store." . .Yours.truly,
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing G(
Sole Agents for Walk Over Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart (
Machines, Iron King Stoves, Chase City and Babcock Bugj
Tools For the Carden:
such as lawnmowers, hoes,
rakes, spades, etc., are here
- in great yariety, and our
reputation for keeping high
qualities is long established.
We want you to come here
J, ye for all your garden tools
and -implements, because ..
we know we can give you
satisfaction with the gooda
and the price. We have :
just received a new stock
of farm tools, too.
Pickens Hardware & Grocery
4>elo e .f r s b
st4ui> o s e
Booste Perid end
TO'l L V4T
)yves ayoed subsrton b-s
ooseter erwiod benmds
trade at, s
ods, a Specialty
)veralls, New Home Sewing
des, Mitchell Wagons and
Master's Sale. v
State of South Oaroline,
County of Greenville,
Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant to orter of t ourt ar a
decree of sale in the e of H !
Townes vs. J. H. Mo . te et al, I w iI
sell on Salesday. t day of Febru
airy. 1914, in fron the court houi,
in the te Wn of Pi s. duting the legal
hours, the follovq eal estate, to-wil
All that c '1 taid t of land situi:t,
In Pickens coi1, state aforesaid, ao
branch waters I Oar enter creek, m
Dacuaville tow# ip. containing nine',
two acrus n'ie or less, and being V
sm11 land coni.ve'ed to J. H1. AicWhi,'
t-- W. A. Hudson, bounded by lands -
Crayton, Dacas, Mrs. Daniel Loop-r,
Jr., and Alrs Looper. There is an ot
standing mortgage on said lnd to
A Hudson (see mortgage book 'V
pige 225), recorded in Pickens count
Purchaser to pay for deer. 4
J. W. GRAY, Master.
Notice of Final Settlement a -1
on the 19th day of February, 1914, at , a
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon the"
after as said application can be hea'
for leave to mnake final settleme-nt of '
estates of J.. N. Kennemore and Malir :
Kennenmore, deceasedi, and to obta
discharge as execuhtor of saidi esiates.
N. R. RENNEMIORE, Exectr'or.
Notice to Pensioners.
I will be. in the court house en r
eay' in .Ja -uary, 1914. for the i.uro'
(.f making out applications for s'IlJ a
andl widows who are not getting ;s '
sions a! d wish to aj-ply for same. .\!
now drawing nt ill continue to r< ca a
penslens'wthout further applcaticr .
J. B. Newbery,
Oficee of County Treasurer, Packens Count
Pickens, S. C., October 1,
The books for the collection of -Btate at"
County taxes will be open fromn
October 15th 1913 to Diecemnber 81st 1913.
Those who prefer to do, so can pay in J
ry 1914, with 1 per cent additional.
who prefer paying in February 1914,
do 5o with 2 per cent additional. Those
prefer paying in Marcih 19H4, to the 15th o.'1 4
month, can <do so Dy paing an additional..r
cent. A fter said date th books will clost.
N. 1.-Tax payers owning porty or pagnsa
tax for others, will please ask or tax ri ''a:.i
in each township or special school dist:t
which he or they may own property. 'ii..
very important as there are so many sna! L
school districts. Those who do not wt~h aaj
comns to the oillcc can waite me, not later a ai.
D).-cember 20th. iand I will furnish thema svilh
the amount duea anmd they cari remit na- b..
check, mnoney order or registered lette '. J
stamps ar., sent (10 not send above t
cent. as I ca'mnot use them. Please a ia
send me cash wvithiout registering same, ati it i
liable to get lost: if sent otherwise it an'..4 [n
at sender's risk.
Levy for State tax .................5% 4
Levy for Spccial School. Acet. 1913.I . ''i
Levy for Constitutional School tax . 3 iai i.,
Levy for Ordinar County tax.8... mnl h<
Levy for Past Indebtedness..... .......al mNv
Levy for Chain Ganug... ...... .....2!', oh!i
Total 18%a ma
Special Levy for School DIstrir t No. I,
Special Levy for School District No. 2,..
,1pecial Levy for School D'strict No.83...
Special Levy for School District No. 4.
Speciai Levy for behool District No. 5, .. .
Special LOVy for School Dirtrict No.7....
Special Lev) for School De.strict No. 8..
Special evy for School Disatrict No. .
Special Levy for School D)istrict No: ib ,2.
gpecial Levy for School District No. li,70 nala
special Lecvy for School D~istrict No. 12, .....
Special Levy for School District No. 13,..l I' a
Special Levy for School D)istrict No. 14,...
'pecial Levy for School District No. I6... ai
Special Levy for School District No. 17..." nai
Special Levy for School Dist-rict No. I8, :
Special Levy for School District Nb. I9,'ni
Special Levy for School District No. 2a,..." u
Special Levy for School District No.21....' aillis
Special Levy for School listrict No. 22,..A mas
Special Levy for School-I strict No, 23, 2 '.214
Special Levy forSchool istrict No. 24, anel I
Special Levy for School l1stict No.2 ,'-' ia"
Special Levy for School istrict No 26,..8 'a>
Special Levy for School D)istrict No. 27,..2 t
Special Levy for School Di1st 0. 28..,4 .a
~pcial Levy for School .lisart .-9 8 nuaa
~pacial Levy for Sebool District Nb 1 15 000
~pec l Levy for School District No.a82. S "'i.
SpecJ~ Jpvy for School District No. 86 ' 4 ma'' - --
ipeec0 Ie for School District No. 87, 4,.al
Speolal J i~~. o Sohool District No. 88, 2 ,. D
Special Jsyfr tiohool D)istrict No. 40. ,2 a
Special Leyfr Se ool District No 41, maw4
pealLevy for Seb l District No. 42,. .2 iu b
Speecal Lev fr Se~~ D leit No. 48... 4 aminl
Special Ley for Sce~ 5) ~i~ No 47. ..8 a ih.
SpcaLvfor School Disre No. 48 ..* a~u
peciaI LeOv for Sehool Distic No, ..P I' ! i
cial Levy for School Dia riot No. 5 .. aa1900
*l Levy for Sohool Die riet No. mniln.
Spe a.evy for School District No. 58,...I nailis
Spcia for Sohool District No. 55...Iaamil
Speialbe orchol District No 56...4 '.i'
Lev('tor interest 40 kn .....onds l
urricanecoenss,... ... .,....omnds
X .tm la ..w.
el ',)) Ir r u i to 2 1ea te
TChose writtIn for startem, a
cludIe pos*ae for rerly. po'tftity,
T'ylor 1- ytewatt