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-saisinel is not responsible l
thevze~ g of its corres
AA~rOi Atlanta says a e
'here came back to f
il f he had known he r
Atlantahe wouldn't have a
"h Greenville Piedmont c
i speaskofSenator T. J. Mauldin
as "Pickens county's splendid I
tenaor. The Piedmont evi- c
dently knows him.
,boy named Kannew was ar
rested in Little Rock for throw
i T cka.at a .treet car, which a
cadses the New Orleans Pica
to advise his mother to C
Jiaddle hef on Kannew."
Ascientistsay that man may
be able tatei his -own weath
er. fair or foul, by means of
elecriciy; but some men we
know weald surelymake a mess
of it-a grouch, for instance.
Women In Chicago who de
ter'T tesday were t
law to give their ex- s
it is said that the p
tion in theWindy
light. The idea! C
Works fornfia, e
ced a bill in thes is
to whicirprovides for a com
iobe appointed by the
entio pass upon all appli- I
4ations for government jobs. I
Scant consideration that bill will I
will receive at the hands of con- c
The famers in Pickens county
are perlap6two months farther I
head the preparation of their c
jn' than they were at this
ue The batter the 3
ind prepared, the more severe E
,easons the --crops can stand later 6
Ng.m-aWh nW'ans that this looks c
,ige 'a banner year for thisa
c ~ounty. ___-____c
SPeople of the United States'
drank seventy million gallons of
whiskey, smoked over fol
Ron lcgar and overP
eigarettes in the
. Williams, who
well known as an "effi-(
.iency" expert who sought to
. each~ - big business" concerns
howa to get all the work there
was in an employe for the em
ployer by the "speeding up"
process, worked himself so hard
that he liecame insane and com
ittedsicide in New York re
CongesmnHeffin,.of Ala- t
b 1ama'has introduced a bill in E
the house for the return of the 1
Scotton tax levied in southern.
states during the war,the money I
Ssoreturned to be applied to build- S
i ng good roads and for a pension 3
fuind for confederate soldiers.
Now, listen for a mighty roar
Sthie . Grand Army of the
Suppose the young men in all
St >wns out of a job try a year on
the farm. Plowing behind a
~mule will give him an entirely
rew constitution, take the kinks
out of his throat, the gas out of
his stomach, the weakness out of
his toes and give him a good
apnetite, an honest livinig and a
siht of heaven. Pickens county
has a number oL young bloods t
~Qright now who would make fit
manons for mules in the
manner suggested. Try it.
T'he esteemed Pickens Sentinel
will please consider that we have
n de it a very sweeping and
ny appreciative bow. - The1
o tae dvn ot.I isi
tumtyis lot whe the aa
tate Sunday School
Meeting at Anderson
Never before in the history of
he Sunday school work of this
tate has such splendid plans
een laid for a state convention
s are being laid for the conven
ion at Anderson, Feb. 11-13.
Anderson is using every re
ource in her power to make it
ie greatest as well as the big
est convention that has ever
een held in the state The tal
nt employed for the program
ar exceeds any previous in va
ety and excellence. The state
ssociation has been most fortu
ate in securing Dr. William J.
Villiamson, of th.e Third Baptist
hurch, St. Louis, for this con
ention. Dr. L. N. Caley, of
'hiladelphia, has also -been se
ured. Dr. Caley is a national
gure in the Sunday school
Mr. J. Shreve Durham, of
'hidago, the man who planned
nd carried through the great
ouse visitation canvasses of
Ohicago, Richmond and Dallas,
All be at the convention to dis
uss ways and means of finding
nd enrolling the 500,890 people
till untouched by the Sunday
chools of South Carolina. Mrs.
fary Foster Bryner,of Chicago,
vill present the elementary
The morning sessions of the
onvention will be given up to
iractical methods of work. For
hese sessions two of the leading
tate general secretaries have
:een secured-Mr. John C. Car
oan, of Colorado, and Mr.D.W.
ims, of the Georgia association.
The annual meeting of the
xecutive committee will be held
a. the First Baptist gach-on
uesday evening, Feb.10. Rev.
-.K .Pend1eton, of Spartan
urg, will preside. After the
usiness meeting a banquet will
e served to the members of the
ommittee. with Rev. W.I. Her
ert, president of the state asso
iation, as toastmaster.
The splendid local choir will
e trained by Dr. Fisher, of An
erson College for Women.
One of the most practical as
vell as pleasant features of this
tate-wide meeting will be a
unday school superintendents'
onference, to be held in St.
ohn's Methodist church, Thurs
ay afternoon ~b. 12. This
onferenc . d by Mr. D.
~. ~i ~ ~- e general
t the end
beittee for this banquet
4 rranging for covers for 200
Everything possible that can
>e done for the comfort and
>leasure of the delegates to An
erson is being planned by the
ocal executive committee.
s. S. Association
Will Meet Feb. 7
The Pickens County Sunday
school association will hold its
annual convention in the Liber
y Presbyterian church, Liberty,
s. C., on Saturday evening,
reb. 7, at 2:30 :'clock.
Each school in Pickens county
s urged to send as many dele
~ates as can attend, together
ith the superintendent.
ALBERT F. RISER, Sec'y.
Oullato Publish a Magazine.
J. H. Oulla, of the Oulla print
~ry, Anderson, has announced
hat he will soon begin the cir
ulation~ of a magazine which
vill be devoted mainly in ex
>oiting the Piedmont section of
outh Carolina. The magazine
vill contain about 100 pages and
vill be issued monthly. It will
>e filled with highly readable
natter, many well-known writ
rs having been engaged to con
ribute stories, personal reminis
ences, etc. The first issue will
ie off the press by February 15.
For Infants and Children.
lbs Kind You Have Always Bought
ignature of * ' 44
posii s Ik
y man's door." But many an oppor
ao sees it hasn't the wherewithal
he man with the READY CASH
you haven't an account, open one
ILL BE READY!
ickens. S. C.
Pleasant Grove News
Dear Mr. Editor: I will give
you a few dots from the nortll
side of the pantry.
-.The health of this community
is very good and everybody i
taking advantage of the prettN
Prof. Jerry Burns has jusi
closed a ten days' singing schoo
at this place, which was wel
attended. With a little morf
practice the Grove will haye ac
good a choir as cafi be founc
most anywhere in the county.
Married, on Thursday even
ing, January 22, at the home ol
the bride's mother, Miss Flor
ence Masters to Mr.NacvBishop
Rev. J. E. Foster performed thE
W. T. Batson, of Mariette
route 2, was through this sec
tion last Wednesday.
Mr. I.A. Whitmire has opened
up a nice line of dry goods and
groceries at his place of businesc
near here, which is a conveni
ence to our community.
The concert given by Prof.
Burns Thursday at the close ol
his school was good.
Mr. Editor, we know thai
Governor Blease will himsell
take a good smoice when he getE
to the United States senate; s(
he ought not to be so hard or
smokers,as he has a lot of friends
who follow the trade.
Wonder if the boy who goi
kicked south of the corn crib is
dead? If not, probably we will
hear from him again.
It is now 10 o'clock and I had
better ring off for this time. If
this does not go jeth-w astE
basketI will wri e again.
When You're Sick
Your Wages StoF
You know what that means
You know you can't afford t<
get sick. Keeping in good healiti
means food and clothing for yot
and your family. It is up t
you to take care of yourself. I1
is up to you, whenever yor
don't feel right, to take
something to to make yor
right, to stiengthen you, buil
you up, w ard off worse sicknes:
-protect you and your family
That thing we have in Rexa.
Olive Oil Emulsioni. In offer
ing it to you, we protect yoi
against money-risk by person
ally promising you that, if i
does not restore your health, wt
will give back your money with
out word or question. We be
lieve it is the best builder o.
health, energy and strength yoi
can get. It is helping many o
your neighbors. If it don't heli
you we will give back you
Rexall Olive Oil Emulsion i
composed principally of pur<
Olive Oil and the Hypophos
phites. E:Lch has long been en
dorsed by successful physicians
Here they are for the first timi
combined. The result is a re
markable nerve, blood an<
strength-building remedy that i
both food and medicine. For al
who are nervous, run down an<
debilitated-no matter what the
cause; for old people; for con
valescents; for puny children
.we know of nothing that wil
give health and s rength al
quickly as Rexall Olive Oil Em
ulsion. It is a real builder o:
good blood, strong muscles,good
digestion. Pleasant to take; i
contains no alcohol or habit
forming drugs. If you- don'
feel well, economize both mone3
and srurength by beginning toda1
to take Rexall Olive Oil Emul
sion. Sold only at the Rexal
Stores, and in this town only b'
us. $1.00. Pickens Drug Co.
Wanted by expert well digge
all kinds of well work, blastini
a specialty. Work guaranteed
Address Chas. Moore, Pickens
Corn Yijelded 214
Bushels on I Acre
If you are going to plant corn thi
spring, either to fill your own crib o
to enter the corn club contests, thi
corn to plant, is Hastings' Prolific.
Official United States govern
ment records show this corn ha:
yielded more per acre than any othe:
corn planted in the South. Hastings
Prolific won the Georgia record witi
214 bushels to one acre; the Missis
sippi record with 225 bushels; the Ar
kansas record with 172 2-3; the Flor
Ida record, 1291-4. Hastings' Prolifi
has won five-sixths of the corn clul
prizes in Georgia. It has wol
high yield per acre records in evern
Southern state, three years out o:
This corn produces a grain and for
uge of the finest quality. It is the
corn that it will pay you best to plan
year in and year out.
Prices: Packet, 10 cents; 1-2 pint
20 cents; pint, 30 cents; quart, 54
cents, postpaid. Peck, not prepaid
$1; bushel, $3.50. Order today. Writ4
at once for our big free catalogue
It Is full of valuable agricultural in
formation and is a good book to hav4
on the farm. H. G. HASTINGS d
CO., Atlanta, Ga.--Advt.
hi WONDl?5 WRAY r 15 -i1
sufferers find instant relief in
Sloan's Liniment. It pene
trates to the painful part
soothes and quiets the nerves.
No rubbing-merely lay it on.
"Iwould not be without Your Lini
ment and praise it to an who affer
*th neuralgi& or rheumatism or an of
any kin&."-Mm5 Hwy Buaopj 11,14""
Pain All Gone
"I suffered with quite a severe neu
ralgic headache for 4 months without
any relief. I used your Liniment for
two or three nights and I haven't suf
fered with my head aince."'-mr. X1 R.
Swinger. Louivl-e Ky.
Treatments for Cold and Croup
"My little girl, twelve years old,
caught a severe cold, and I gave her
three dropsof Sloan's iiiiment on sugrr
on "guto bed, and she got Up in7te4
morning with no signs Of a, Cold. A lit
tle boy Dext door .ad croup and I gave
the mother the LnienL Shegavehim
three drops on oing to bed. and he got
up without the croup in the morning."
-Mr. W. H ane. Prof. .
t an Dea& Pri. 2c. 50. al Sle
Soach Boo l on Hotha ge free.
County Track Meet
To Be Held Apr. 1
The executive committee
the Pickens County Athie'
and Oratorical Association m
at Easlev last Saturday to
range for the fourth annu
county meet. Prof. W. N
Benson of Easley was chos
president; Prof. W. S. Ric
bourgh of Liberty, viad pre
dent; and Prof. J. W. Bal e
tine of Pickens, secretary-trA
urerEofor schoo ginl thae as
ci atin wathese ntedt, bso
prindciaead grat teres weac
taested or the m ftebe
Allhols etatielng to the ase
oftasciation waes, othearti
iscusse March dispose The a
Ti'ae: cuntratoriasly Dct
v illte, Let asxle ona
th Evein of Arildly rialry at
betceent al the shols.e
moniate the oadmedpacto.
noys'tints contestsa,; and
wa ee htthere be a pbsirtdci
iatioknsa Pihons wonl liev
preng one Mach 20ear for t
tiorl Cntrl, Easleyt Mr.cB
Cyloe, i ertoplS ie G ateu
the bEitor:iendly rate
between allurh scolenidpae
adoate theartfl mealk to t
bos'ites crea rend
-theire isia puli cosiritinia
inepihens ho would iksi
presen ne deahya o
Whniee, too, sertry, thea cou
romand youravlentid pperdat
sandou heartfeltv thank greac
comfte and cor fiens s<
ro thercetably cosolationd
thdea husband fepather Jeu
ofspryofvtee 'have be
thriis.sAog this maflc
gad brelier omention dat
our copinnd areuntirir
upon hrseaw have lrab
coforte ande or inearse a
the timerlhl and g aenua
gpthelertyes Mr. Brntine
WlliAlgood, whose int ere
ande kinns ee ourin
Mr. gatefu Mrs. Fost ofloto
td or numer o yersi<
Agai use thr chrhemeconea
tha unrlanl. cm
Susie tehens, seics throduh
tis ToDEL th NDm wefel 1pc
What's the use of all the kickin' at the
way the world Is run?
There are some things some folks reckon
might be somewhat better done,
But in spite of them, I rether think we
That it's very doi ul whether growlin'.
helps along a bit.
This life i like a river that goes rollin'
swift and strong;
- You can dam it, but you'li never stop the
water very long;
It'll keep on findin' places for to break
through to the sea,
And you can't by makin' faces shut off
woes, it seems to me.
Life is a river goin' to -an end it's sure
of And you can't head off its flowin', tliough
you whine or though you preach
;jC But you can pitch in and turn it so it
et ~ often helps a lot;
Let's give up the kickin', durn it! and
.r- pitch in with what we've got.
Eat, drink and be merry-at least
until indigestion sets in.
- Every dog has his yesterday to look
S- back upon with regret.
ts We are all tools of Chance, general
as ly with loose handles.
k As long as there is hope there will
be fortune tellers.
e- Over the door of every man's heart
there is a sign which is either "COME
~st IN," or "KEEP OUT." .What is the
le sign above the door of your heart?
1- . -
t All the women's clubs in the world
cannot alter the fact that both the
~d sewing machine and the typewriter
iwere invented by men.
Victory Worth Winning.
iX "And," said the rising young spell
3- binder as he reached his eloquent per-.
foration, "I predict that our candidate
X will, when the votes are counted, be,
afound to have ridden to success upon
is- a tidal wave of glory that will have.
~d swept all before It like wild fire
sbreaking in flying spray upon the
strand where the sun of victory shall:
blaze forth its. first effulgent rays up
Son the close of one of the most noble,
e most memorable campaigns that have:
if ever been launched upon the sea of
8f politics to gather strength and carry
to all before it like the cyclone sweep
e ing across the broad prairie from
~J. which even the orb of day has disap
ipeared in terror."
,Jared Had a Right to Kick.
"Yes, Methuselah was the oldest.
man. He was 969 years of age when:
he died. But do you know who was
next to the oldest?"
s "No, I don't know as I ever heard."
"Jared. He was 962 when he went
to his reward."
Ol "By Henry! It must grind a fellow
r to bang on that long and then drop out
r of sight, missing a chance for everlast
d ing glory by an insignificant seven
r years. I'd have been mighty sore if
h I' been Jared, I'll tell you that!" -
if His Mother Knew.
sHold on, young man; one moment, please,
Be Bforeyou pass that door tonight:
en You say you mean no harm, you say
oYou'll bring a sinless heart away,
You say that you are strong, that Right
of Shall guard you from the wiles of Wrong,
r That to yourself you will be true,
Bu Iwud you still seek pleasure there
-y Coe, aswertruly and be fair
)r- If you could know your mother knew?
byWe always tell ourselves before
e We weakly yield that we are strong;
e We always, ere we enter in,
Expect to leave still free from sin
And still the armored foes of Wrong,
Er. But few would fall and few would sigh.
~st Remorse would gr~aw the hearts of few
If each, when Conscience cries "Beware!"
g;Would ask himself if he would care
To do it if his mother knew.
His Lucky Strike.
ld"How did Biggleson happen to strike
S It so rich?"
:or "That wasn't the way it happened.
rid The striking was done by the other
ut thing. I understand that he got $10,
te 000 damages from the owner of the
aautomobile that hit him because every
member of the jury happened to have
-been hurt In some way by a pf
a.1 No Fumes to Inhale!
rid No Drugs to Take!
Gowans, King of Externals,
h- penetrabes quickly. Y o u
just rub it on. Gowans scat
.. ters congestion and inflamn
mation. In this way a cold
that may lead to Pneumoniax
or Croup is quickly checkedL
__No medicated fumes to get irn
your system. Strangulauien
Iof infants impossible.
-1 Gowans is endorsed by etli
Ical physicians. You shouldi
have a bottle in the home for
Semergency. Croup comesini
the night. The slight cough
might be Pneumonia by
SDruggists guarantee Govr
pans. Three sizes, 25, 50, ST.@0'
Gowan Medical Comparny
Concord, N. C,
7 SOLID CARLOADS
Or.e car Furniture, car of Chase City Buggies, car of
Mattresses, car of Barbed Wire and Nails, car of Flour anc
Notwithstanding the high price of cotton, almost ever3
cheaper than it wNas a year ago.
We handle just about everything from a need'e to an
are always righ.
All we ask of you is to look through our stock,'and cc
and you will soon see that both quality and prices are right
We are better equippe. to serve you, and we are carr
ever befo.re, and we.certainly appreciate your business.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Go<
Sole Agents for Walk Over Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart 0
Machines, Iron King Stoves, Chase City and Babcock Bugg
What You Save
in the operation and upkeep of a METZ "22" ascompared
-with other cars, cventually equals the purchase price. The
original cost of a METZ is actually returned, to you in
ecunomies. You sax e money when you buy it, and every
Ihour you run it.
Equipped Complete - 1914 lmprovemenms
'WINNER OF THE GLIDDEN TOUR
The Gearless Car-No Clutch to Slip-No Gears to Strip
'TEE METZ "22" is the most economical car on the market to operate, It travels
'razan 28 to 32 miles on ON E gallon of gasoline, 100 miles on ON E pint of lubricating oil, and
Ero i 10,000 to 12,000 mIles on a singje set of tires. It is speedy and stylish, and exceedingly
*bra.ble-a thoroughly PR ACTICA L car.
y ra.M1T7 team of thrc ar wei on n the last Te ET 'make fom d to 0mile
costing from five to ten times as much: anda aa antee car pe.i ei-nsed fully, gleft
that threlde ECT SORE withot hand drive and center control, fit'ed with
*dtoal alPERFECT or E, xten out standard equipment throughout, including
add iind, florae otire etenasio ofth 4-cylinder 22% h.p. water-cooled motor,
antkin. foBh nieegtdy fte losch magneto, 30" artillery wheels, best
contest-quality Gocdrich clincher tires, etc.
~Call and Investigate, or Phone or Write for Catalog
AUTO REPAIR CO. SELLIG GNTS
To enter the contest for one of the prizes send this
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~The Farmer's Question
## IAY'nowadays is how togetthes
. > best and most durable
machines and implements,
~p and when it comes to Plows
You of the best quality here is
YOU the place he visits. The,
reliable quality of our plows
- ~VAW~1Iis ploverbial in this section }
- JF~~IM'IL et we are not at all high .+
; AGOOP priced, but rather other- T
wise. When you. want to+
~x~oj~; et a really good plow for .
little money call on us.
Pickens Hardware & Grocery (
Pikes Suh aoln
pi kens, South Carolina "a
* '44 ' *,.~ ..,. .~, ' *444
~c- ~ - ~- - -
car of Salt.
line of mere
mpare quality an
ing larger stock
~ds a Specialty '
reralls, New Bomne Sewing
es, Mitchell Wagons and
Don't take Calomel; if youwanttho
foco~ntion,upset O bstlk
lver you've gotto buy
from Hot Springs, Arleansas
Immense for malaria, give you a
hearty appetite, relieve that tired
feeling and headache.. 25 cents.
Booklet about famous Hot Springs Rhetun.
atism Remedy and Hot Spring lod Rams.
Pickens Drug Comnpany
Notice of Final Settlement
Notice is hereby given tbh
mke application to J. B. Nw
Es,. Judge of Pro'bate for
county, in the State of south Cotr
on the 19th day of February, 1914,
o'clock in the forenoon. or as soon
after as said4 applicatnon can be .
for leave to make final settleme.nt of!
estates of D. B.Kenfamore and MaI
Kennemore, deceased, and to ob
discharg" as executor of said estate
N. R. KENNEMORE. Execta
Notice to Pensioners.
I will be in the court honse
as in Januar~s, 1914..for the ,
of making out appiicat~tn- br or
gd widows who are rnot g rts,
sons ar.d wish to a p"' f0 or ame.
now drawing n ill continue 10
pesoswithoutfur i-er ani--anw
pensions J. B.Ne
Office of County Treasurer.
The books for the ci
Oc eroth 1913Wt
Those who prefer to do
ry 191-4, with 1 per cent
do so-wit2 prcent a
prefer payingI March 1914
nt Afer said da~te th
tax fo otherswl p1
in each township orsgee
which he or they mayo
school districts. Those w
come to the office can write
D,cember 20th, and I will
the amount due and the
check, money orde
staps are s
i~ial Lcvy for School
Special Levy for School Di
Special Levy for School Di
Special Levy for School Ds
Special Levy for School
Special Levy for School DistritN
pealLevy for School District No.
Special Levy for School Dissrict No.2,
Special Levy for School District No.23..
Special Levy for School District No. 2, 2.
Special Levy for School District No,.23.2 r
Special Levy for School District No2, .
Special Levy for School District No.2 2,.
Special Levy for School District No. 2..A
SealLevy for School District No.23.1
Special Levy for School District No. 2.. .
Spcial Levy for School District No.23,
Special Levy for School District No. 31.4i
Spial Levy for Sohool District No. 38, 22
Spial Levy for School District No.3 4,
Speciel Levy for School District No. 4,.3
Special Levy for School District No. 38,..2
Special Levy for School District No. 46 ..
Special Levy for School District No~41...3
Special Levy for School District No. 48,..23
Special Levy for School District No. 49,..2
Special Levy for School District No45...3"
Special Levy for School District No. 4,. .3 -
Special Levy for School District No.539,. .2
Special Levy for School District No. 55...3m
Sp~ecial Levy for School District so 56.. i .
Levy for interest on Pickens R. E.Bo
Levy for Inerest onPcesE.B.c
ktato township... ...-----.
Pickens C. H. township. ..
Poll Tax, One (1) Dollar. Evr
from 21 to to 60 years Is liable, ex
Commutation Road Tax, 81 50.
sons from 2! to 50 years of age are
those excuted by law.
dogs are require to paya tax o
hose wrig for statements
c dude postag or rely