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Come and do your
prepared to give you goot
most anything you may wa
Undeuwear and Shoes.
BE RIGHT. We have- a
wish to close out, and will
Come and buy. AV
happy and help to make u
Low cost? Why a 1
twenty-five and a third
this is not an exceptic
Ford economy is a big
larity. Buy yours nov
Five hundreed dollars is
runabout; the touring<
car seven fifty--f, o. t
equipment. Get catal<
Smith & Jones, Easley.
-kept in stock.
L. J. SMITHf
Put the farmer at an advani
THE EARLIEST COT
'Ninety Days From Planti
Supply is Limite
The Only Genuin<
,.<W. H. MIXON SEEL
Also All other Seeds.
We Ps d1ighes1
1 VIow a 1'l Idetals, old
iin now. St r Pen Ti
o n int hildren.
Fhe Kind Yu Have
THR CXNTAIUR COYNoM ORKCIY
trading early. We are
I service. We have al
.nt in Dry Goods, Notions
OUR PRICES SHALL
good many things we
make liberal discounts
lake yourself and famiiy
F~ord recently averaged
miles to a gallon of gas
hundred miles! And
>nal Ford performance.
reason for Ford popu
the ne* price of the Ford
3ar Is five fifty; the town
.Detroit, complete wvith
>g and particulars from
S. C. Repair parts also
W. N. JONES
V, S. C.
tage because he is first in the
th his crop.
E'ON IN THE WORLD
nig to Boll. Grows More
i Order Quick!
Sold in this State.
or South Carolina.
Write for Catalogue.
Cash Prices for
s fr green andexres ofknds
tubber and Furs.d Try us with a ship.
NA HIDE & JUNK CO.
CHARLEsTON, S. C.
tent in The Sentin
Card of Thankse
We most heartily thank the
many friends and neighbors for
their kindness during the sick- it
ness of Charlie, our little boy. ei
May'the blessings of the Lord t
rest upon one and all. We also 1
wish to thank Dr. Robinson for 0
his kind attention and medical 0
aid during this great trial.
J. B. JONES.
Report of Supervisor. I
T1 e following report shows the ,
tmount of all i onty paid out by tie h
Oounty Board for t .v fiscal year endg -
January 1, 1914: ' d
Salary Oounty Auditor---.--.. 860 00
Salary (outity Treisurer..- 8C0 co 0
Salary County Supt. of Elu- C
oation----------------.. 900 00 a
Salary County sulp rviior -.-- E09 00 c
Salary (two) County Commis.
Rioners -----------------.... 600 00 a
Salary colunty Sheriff ------- 900 (0
Salary County Clerk and At
tornev- ----- . ---------... . 75 00
Salary County Cler k of Court 500 00 d
8alary County Coroner------ too 00
Sheriff-Dieting prisoners and
other expenses ------------ 830 85
Equalization Board.---------- 102 00
Board of Eucation .... ........ 45 50
Court expenses------------- 9,45 05
,mulep, inoludiug wages su
iw.rintendent, guards, feed
sui lieP, repairs, etc ....... 10,884 g'
Magistrdi and constables.- 1,991 82
Dispensary eonstable.-------- 1,152 00
Maintaining Wqads and bridges.
including cokitracts for road
and bridge -prk, perma
nent improvenienVts, etc..-... 18,685 87
Public buildings......---. 807 81
Books, stationery, advert ising
and printing-------------- 1,O'4 99
Contingent............ ... . 763 27
Poor House. iigcluding old sol
diere,' tensions, work, supi.
poor farmi, pfhysicians' str
vices, examining and con
veying lur atics, tet-------- 2.221 97
Total expenditures ------- $41,820 78
Tihe Auditor's abstract shows that he
will collect for the year 1918 to be used
for the ordinary county purposes $40,
500.00. Of this amount s32,200.00 has
been spent. A balance of $8,300.00 re
mains to be applied to the indebtedness
of the county. Taking into considera
tion the fact that the full amount of
taxes to be dsed for ordinary county
purposes will probably not be collected.
it will be seen that the amou-nt owed
will exceed the amoun6 to be collected
by about $1,500.00.
JAME- B. CRAIG, Supervisor.
W. L. MATHENY, Clerk.
His Stomach Troubles Over.
Mr. Dyspeptic, would you noU
like to feel that your stomach
trolbles were over, that you
could eat any kind of food you
desired without injury That
may seem--so- unlikely to you
that you do not even hope for
for an ending of your Irouble,
but permit us to assure vot that
it is not altogether himnossible.
If others can be cured )erman
ently an thousands have been,
why not you? John R. Barter,
of Battle Creek, Mich., is one of
them. Hie says, "I was troub)
lod wvith hon rthi nn indigest ion
Between Anderson, Greenwood.
Greenville and Greer, S. C., Effec
tive Sunday December 7th, 1913.
Trains leave and arrive corner Main
and Washington Streets.
No. Time No. Time1
1 6:00 am 2 8:10am]
8 '7:60 am 4 10:10 am
5 10:00 am 6 12:25 pm I
7 11;40 am - 5 1:10 pm c
9 1:45 pm 10 3:55 pm y
11 4:25 pm 12 6:35 pm
15 7:80 pm 16 9:40 pm
Between Greenville and Greer, a
No Time No. Time
70 8:20 a~m 71 7:40 am
72 10 :15 am 73 9:55 am
74 12:30 pm 75 11:40 am 1
76 1:50 pm 77 1:45 pm ti
78 3:36 pm 79 3:15 pm c
80 6:20 pm 81 4:55 pm.
Tickets on sale G. S. & A. Termi-' I
nal, 104 North Main Street.
C. S. ALLEN,
Gen'1 Pass. Agent. I
compact and effic
vice for all kinds<
not blow out or jai
t. with thumb scres
easily attached or d
a clear light 200 fe
flarge red danger
It is e iipped with han<
detachej makes a good
Strong. ADurable. Will
At ealers Evei
STAN ARD OIL C
.Hastingas's O otlbgue
Tells You Al00- t
If you 'are engaged 'i' arngg or
you* plant only vegetalei or flow
P you canot aftord to be without
k big-ca'Wlogue publitato'frosh and
gw every.' $g4r by 'the. greit' South
,a seed house,'H. G, Hastings & Com
mny of .ilaatii, a.; an' sent abso.
itely -free, postage paid, to all wlo
rite for .It, pnentioning the name of
In this catalogue we .tell you of a
plendid offer of,'free flower seed to
11 our customers, five magnificent
arieties that mean beauty about your
ome and a pleasure to wives and
aughters that nothing else can give.
This catalogue tells you, too, about
ur big cash prize offer to the Corn
lub boys of your state. It tells all
bout our fine yielding varieties of
Drn and cotton-the kind we grow
n our own 3,200 acre farm. It tells
bout the best seeds of all kinds for
lanting in the South. It should be
I every Southern home. Write to
ay and let us send it to you.
H. G. HASTINGS & CO.,
-gnuie refreshmentl Starts
quick as the first delicious
- drop of Pepsi-Cola moistens
your tongue. Lasts long as
the fruity, tart juices and oils
stay in your system and mix
with your blood. Not so
sweet as some others-it stops
thirst-doesn't produce morel
Anybody can drink it and feel
Oives you naturalrefreshment
in .a perfectly natural way.
It's pure. Cools off body -
wakes up mind. It isn't
nedicine -it's pleasure and
benefit all day longl Do you
drii.k Pepsi-Cola? One glass,
then a second will prove it is
better than them all. Try it.
You're thirsty, NOW!
In Battls At
Our Line of
nithe way of exquisite Jewelry
annot lio surpassed. Every
romian knows the value of an
rniament that is right in coloi
nid style to conmplete the artis
ic effect of her costu me.
VTill solve the problem of what
)give your friends for wed
ings, birthday or anniversary
Conme in and look~ around.
1. Snider, Easley, S. C.
A YO DRIVING
4P is the most
ient lighting de
>f vehicles. VWill
uis, so that it is
et ahead. Extra
signal in back,
die, and when
last for years.
When Out of
Start Your Lier
No Matter What Ails You,
Dodson's Liver Tonc Is
Usually a .Big Help In
Nine times out of ten, when
you are ill or out of sorts, your
liver is out of order and getting
it in order again will make you
feel better. When your liver is
sluggish and torpid and you are
constipated and bilious, it is im
possible to feel well.
There was a. time when a.
great number. of people took
calomel when so troubled. But
this is not true today. It has
become widely known that cal
omel often has bad af ter-effects
and is even dangerous to many.
The uso of Dodtson's Liver Tone
instead of calomel has spread'
wonderfully because it has prov
ed so beneficial in so many house
Pickens Drug Co. recommend
and guarantee Dodson's Liver
Tone instead of calomel and
guarantee to refund purchase
price (50) to you instantly with
out question if you are not per
fectly pleased with the way in
which it relieves you from con
stipation, sick headach e, bilious
ness, etc. It "livens the liver"
and is a pleasant-tasting, vege
table liquid, easy to take and
causes no pain, no gripe, no bad
results, no change from your
regular duties and habits.
To test Dodson's Liver Tone is
a sensible matter because you
get your money back if you are
not satisfied.- -Adv,
Gone, and Nearly Forgotten,
What has become of the old
fashioned boy who used to bring
in wood and kindling every
night?-Pickens Sentinel. Died
of o1d age twenty years ago, and
left no descendants. -Newberry
Best Cough Medicine for Child
"I am very glad to say a few
words in praise of Cham berlain's
Cough Remedy" writes Mrs.
Lida Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis.
"I have used it for years both
for my children and myself and
it iever fails to relieve and cure
a cold or cough. No family
with children should be without
it ns it gives almost immediate
relief in cases of crop.'
Chambierlain's Cough RemedIy
is pleasant and safe to take,
For LUXURY io
-get a MI WY.'Z "22''. Ii; is
, andl~ tr'avels fromi 28 to 32 n
oline, and fromi I10,000 to 11
of tiiles. It is I ihe ost (eet
to oper'Iate, giving~ you all ti
in wit hout aniy of thei oh~jU
Equsippedt Complyoet ..91g4 Imp
WINNER OF THE GU~DD
The Gearless Car-No Clutch
.Theo three MI"TZ cairs wore thje ON~IX
GEARLESS cransm11isi. andi. they wei
scores, 'vithLo it aidd ition~al allowanlce (:
ontiro oight daiys (f the( contest.
Thie M ElY% ''2W Ia a huigh gratle, fully guar
trol. It is er nipe l wvithI -cylimler :2' hi.p.
I fl( , . cuLsidI 10 t h I| ti riuu. i
To cnter the etntest for Oh
coupon to the Ce.ntest Depar
GOOD FOR 1
I HEREBY NOMINATI'
Mr. Mrs. Miss
Address-- - --
Only one nomination coup~
contestant. The -name of
After an ilYtes of ge'/e4'Ai
months, Mrs. W. L. Pio4ts
fied at hei horne in. Easley last
ruesday at 5:80 o'clock p.m. 'Be.
Eore her marriage about 8 -years
aigo she was- Miss Esther John
son, and had lived in Easley
practically her entire life. She
Was held in the highest esteem
by an unusually large number
)f friends. She had lived an ex
3mplary life and taken an active
interest in the Methodist-church.
Mrs. Pickens was 82 years Qf
age. She is survived by her
husband, two small children,
bwo brothers. Dupree and R. E.
Johnson, and four sistersMisses
Ellie,QueenMay Beth and Mar
gie Johnson. She was a daughter
)f the late Mr. and Mrs. P. L.
Nice House in Splendid Town.
The J. L. 0. Thompson prop
arty in the town of Liberty,
nice six-room house, outbuild
ings. orchard, about eight acres
land, are for sale on reasonable
terms, or will swap for farming
and, For further particulars
tpply to W, 1j. Chapman, cash
Liberty, S. C.
Forty-eight acres valuable
Farm land situated within one
mile of the city limits of the city
)f Easley, S. C., near Alice cot
bon mills. This property has a
new eight-room dwelling house,
iniple out-buildings and a good
barn on it. The land is very
strong and is (specially adapted
to truck farming. For prices,
berms, etc.. call on or write to
los. E. Leach, Attorney, Eas!
ley, S. 0.
iattted to 1 et i r louatyil rc representatives
tan estnlal lslwvt I nohndIlg ih rao u
if ousehollt retediles. ian < evote it I or part
if tinle A good (11h11t(0 to estublis a luerattive
bIsiatoss. For full partinia rs write at once to
Josephine Webster Remedy Co.
sO1 Ill liEN), IN I).
To the Junk Heap
happy, and you
will bo, if you
cut out danger
ous Calomel UlIand
take the famous
H o t Springs
L i v o r Buttons
Best on oarth for
of aptite, diz. -
ziness5, malaria, 1heianehe and sal
tow skin. They aro a wonderful body
tonic. 26 cenits, aill deaUIlr.
a stylishl, ealsy id~ing~ ear,
iles ont ( NIC~ gallon of gas
~,000 1oi1(s onl a sinigle sE'
nomiical ear' on the m1ar'ket
me leaure1's of15 atomobil
to Slip -No Gears to Stripe
'0 then ONiY onrs that, held perfoot S
tittne e'xter Bionl ot 11 I an kn , for theg~
anralna I, stan ablirdl arillaIery wthaals, best aui-l
lty Goodaaal alhlelier tires~ live baunpas aawaal
gaas genaerataa.lor, aorn pu t , taoo liln lit, e.
nwld albnbs hIlls as fast as anty ear innde,
CO~ SELLING AGENTS
eJ CENTRAL, S. C.
le of the prizes sen d this
tment, Pickens Sentinel.
on will be credited to a
a nominator will nno- be
0: 0 ~
The Anderson Phosph tes .
Are making a Fish, B106
Bone goods this year th"
probably has no equal
on the market
, When all the Fertilizer is about the same. pr
why not get the Best. There is nothing better"
V this Fish, Blood and Bone goods and we are not
there is any as good.
It will not pay you to take any chances on
Fertilizer, for by the time you find you have used
inferior Fertilizer you have practically lost a crop
it is too late to repair the damage.
W'nen yu lose a crop yon lose a yea
and that is a serious matter with all of us...
Our Eish, BkMod and Bone are used in ou
and higher grade 5---not in the lower grades.
Blood and Bone costs more than the lower grade
No better crops were made in Anderson, A
ville, Greenwood, Newberry, Oconee and Pic
counties last year than where our goods were use
ICKENS, S, C.
Capital & Surplus $ 60,0
hnterest Pad on Deposits
In Musical Instruments
One hornless $i ..oo Talking Machine, oak cabine
ew, for $6.75.
One Victor $6o.oo Talking Machine, mahogany
abinet, large size, perfect condition, can't tell from n
One $90.00 Parlor Estey Organ, oak, slightly us
One $75.0o Oak Organ, used three months, per
it ion, $38-00.
One oak upright piano, well known make, canh
een used, for $198.oo.
One $5oo mahogany upright piano, standard
xcellent condlition, for $175.00.
WVe have many other bargains in new and use
ients to offer this month. \Vle sell thirty-five dliffere
ianos and organs. Also Victor and Columbia Tal
hines and Records. New catalog of records will b
JOHN H. WILLIAMS):
The Piano Merchant
Grand Opera House Building, GREENVILLE,
Good For 50 Vote
In The Pickens Sentinel's Player Piano Contes
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* Address--...........----.. ...-- .. ... .......-- .........
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*brought or mailed t , Contest Manager, Pick -no Sentinel, w~I
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