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I e ind You Have Always Bought, and which is bbei
-n use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
and has been maAde under his peri
sona supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive youin this.
Al Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good " are but
riments that trifle with and endanger the health of
nts and Cliildren-Experiencs against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
4_* Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 01, Pare.
gorie, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It
cent: ~ neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotle
nsa ce. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. For more than thirty years it
has been in constant use for the relief of tonstipatlon,
Flatulency, Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles -and
Diarrhba. It regulates the Stomach and Bowels,
Sassimlates the Food, giving. healthy and natural sleep.
The Children' Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
* ie Kind Touliave Always Bought
In 'Use For Over 30 Years
T COAV4bA.y; 4EWOftK CITY,
The Prices Are
Come and do your trading early. We are
prepared to give you good service. We have al
m ist anything you may want in Dry Go ,otions
Undeuwear anl Shoes. OUR PRI IALL
BE RIGHT. We have a good mat s we
wish to close out, and will make li4 counts
Come and buy. Make y~ - i famiiy
happy and help to make us hap -
West End, GenHe
Low cost? Why a 'Ford recently averaged
twenty-five and a third miles to a gallon of gas.
oline-for thirty-three hundred miles! And
this is not an exceptional Ford performance.
Ford econeomy is a big reason for Ford popu
larity. Buy yours now.
'Fiyve hundred dollars is the ne w price of the Forld
runabout; the touring car is five fifty; the town
car seven fifty-f. o. b. Detroit. complete with
equipment. Get catalog and particulars from
Smith'& Jones, Easley. S. C. Repair parts also
kept in stock.
L J. SMIT H W. N. JONES
Easley, S. C.
4> Simpkins' Prolific Cotton
Puts the farmer at an advantage because he is first in the+
- market with his crop.
.. THlE EARLIEST COTTON IN THE WORLD
Ninety Days From Planting to Boll. Grows More
Cotton to the Acre.
Supply is Limited. Order Quick!
4 ~Thi Onh~ Genuine Sold in this State.
W. H. MIXON SEED CO., CHARLESTON,
* Sole Distributors for South Carolina.
Also All other Seeds. Write for Catalogue.
Good For 5 Votes|
In The Pickens Sentinel's Player Piano Contest
Name of Conte-stant
TThis coupon when filed nut with name a d addres~ of emi testant and
b rought or mailed to Cont+-st Em tag'r. Pick--ns S.ntin.-i will enunt fifty
votes.. Not Cood after March 72
Try An A dvertisement in The Sentinel
In company with Mr. Jack
Lewis. this writer started out
from Pickens on a.six mile trip,
Wednesday 25th, to the home
of Hon. o. Perry Field to at
tend the marriage of his daugh
ter, Miss Floride, to Mr. Colum
bus E. Childress, of Greenville.
The ground was frozen hard,
the wind was blowiie and the
snow-seeds in the clouds be
tokened the coming snow. hu
after avhile we came to th.
beautiful home crowninm th.
hill- just out in froitthe Twelve
Mile river like a silver strea ni.
the water so clear and sparkline,
made its war dawn ;.rd to 'h.
sea, sayine: "Ibabehbh
as I go to reach the brmmin"l
river, for men may conie an
men -iay go, but I go on for
ever." Cold and shivering on
the outside yet, when we enter
ed the house and were grerted
by Mr. and Mrs, Field ant
their children with such a hear
ty welcome. we forgot all about
the cold on the outside.
Just at 12:30 the,. ceremony
was performed by the writer in
the presence o' the family,
which made the young couple
one, then two hearts beat as one.
This is the fourth member of
the family that it has been the
happy privileg. of the writer to
unite in marriage, and I have
enjoyed each one immensely.
Miss Floride is the baby of the
home and is a young lady of
many charms. Mr.Childress is
a young man of sterling quali
ties. They start out on the
voyage of life with bright 'pros
Mr. and Mrs. Field are now
growing old but they are bright
and cheerful as they look to the
future, both having faith in
God and the promises of His
word that "He will never leave
nor forsa..e His peopl." May
the Lord deal tenderly with this
family: While some are going
up the mountain of life and
others are going down on the
other side, dhay the strong arm
of His eyerlasting love be around
them all. D. W. H.
The Forty Year Test
An article must have except
ional merit to survive for a per.
iod of forty years. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy was first
offered to the public in 1872.
From a small beginning it has
grows' in favor and popularity
until it has attained a world
wide reputation. You will find
nothing better for a cough or
cold Try it and you will under
stand why it is a favorite after
a period of more than forty
years. It not only gives relief
it cures. For sale by all dealers.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons I.olding claims gainst the
srnte of the late J. K Thomas must
present the same duly proven on or be
fore the ilat day of March. 19'4. or be~
debar!et payment; and all pers~ons ii
debted to said e.state mur4 make pay
ment on or before the~ above date to the
1R. T S T ROMiAS.
The Mother's Favorite.
A cough medicine for child
ren should be harmless. It
should be pleasant to take. It
should be effectual. Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy is all of
this and is the mothers' favorite
everywhere. For sale by all
Between Anderson, Greenwood.
Greenville and Greer. S. C., Effec
tive Sunday Decembher 7th, 1913.
Trains leave and arrive corner Main
and Washington Streets.
No. Time No. Time
1 6:00 am 2 8:10am
3 7:60 am 4 10:10 am
5 10:00 pm 6 12:25 pm
7 11:40 -*m 8 1:10 pm
9 1:45 fm 10 3:55 pm
11 4:25 p ~ 12 6:35 pm
15 7:30 pn~ 16 9:40 pm
Between Gr nville and Greer.
No . Tim ~ No. Time
70 8:20 71 7:40 am
72 10:15 73 9:55 am
74 12:30 75 11:40 am
76 1:50 77 1:45 pm
78 3:36 m 79 3:15 pm
80 6:2 pm 81 4:55 pr
Tickets o sale G. S. &A.Term2i.
nal, 104 N ~Main Street.
C. S. ALLEN,
.un'l Pass. Agent.
Calomel is a Form
Of Deadly Mercury
Instead of Such Dangerous Stuff
It is Reonende t:a
You Take Dodson's Liv
er Tone for Consti
Dodson'sLiver Tone was made
to take the place of calomel
Calomel is a form of mercury.
a mineral and a poison. J)od
on's Liver Tone is in
tabl liqiid-nev'r *artfiul
What r:il m . doe-, unpleas
antly and of i n with da.eiier for
onstipationi and sla2urish liver.
Dodsom's Liver Tone do for
vou safely and ple.is.intlv. in,
no pain And n1o gripe. It doe
liuut int.rTe r- in I V -I iT Ih
V t'r ,m a : i - !-. ! : of
utiet. You It - ,d aft r ik
lh re c .min wide
sale ot Dodstii's Livei Tone are
the result of what it. dot-s for
people. Its merit is backed a pup
a guarantee: of "satisfaetion or
yoiur im in. %, ' r' .' is th Pit
ens Drut Co w ii tell you.
Dodson's Liver Torie was in
tended from he start. o take the
placs of cal. .mei. The label on
the bottle always has said so,
beginning with the first. bottle
Dodson's Live r Tone. live, s
the liver." overcomlies constipa
tion agreeably and makes you
feel good, and if you are not sat
isfed completely ' ith it P.ckens
Drug Co. will hand b ick the
purchase price (50c) to you with
When you go to buy a family
remedy don't fail to judge be
tween the plaip, simple truth
about Dodsou's and the loud
laims of its imitators. That
the public does so accounts for
the enormous increase in the
gales of Dodson's uiver Tone
month after month.-Adv.
The Union Meeting of the
Piedmont Association will meet
with the church at Enon, on
Saturday and Sunday, q8th and
29th of March. Program:
10 o'clock -Devoti. nal ser
vices conducted by Rev. J. A.
11 o'clock-Sermon by Rev.
D. I..Spearman or his alternate,
Rev. J W. Sheriff.
' Recess for dinner
2 o'clock. Quer v No. 1-Is It
to. the Best Interest of the
Churches That Deacons Are
elected to Serve for Life? Speak-.
ers, Rev E. V. Babb, Rev. F.
R. McClanahan and Hon. La
Query No. 2-By Whom
Should the Superintendent and
Teachers of Our Sunday Schools
be Electedi Speakers; Rev. T.
E Clyde, L4. L. Samith and Rev.
W. P. Hollanid.
10 o'clock. Sunday school
First address on Sunday
school work-Pr. C. L4. Guyton.
Second address on .Sunday
schools-Tev. T. C. Durham.
Thid address on~ how to teach
Hon. E. F. Mc~ravey,
Sermon Ily IRev E. V. Babb
or his alternate, lRey, J. E.
H. DE SINGLETON' Corn,
Local Woman Now
A Big Advertiser
When one of our woman cus
tomers recently bought five hot
tles of Harmony Hair Beautifie r
to give to her friends for Christ
mas, she started all by herself a
mighty big advertising cam
paign, because not only does
each one of the women to whoni
she gave a bottle of the Beaui
fier now consider it indispens
able for the proper care of the
hair, but each of them has b- en
the means of getting her friends
to use it. As a consequence, if
things keep on in this way for a
few months longer, we will be
selling more of it tann of all othei
h aiy' pr.spari-aons combined
Spk e a hittle flarmony Hair
Beaui er on youri hireagh time
before bkrgshitzg#i. C#mtains n
il g ill pdt change gojer of hair,
nor darken gray hair.
.To keep hair and scalp dan
druff-free an4d clah, use Han
mony Shampoo. This pure
liquid gives'an instantaneous
rich lather that immediatelv
nenetrates to every part of hair
and scalp, iusuring a quick,thor
ough cleansing. W ashed off just
as quickly, the entire operation
takes only a few moments. Con,~
tains nothing that can harm the
hair; leaves no harshness or
stickiness-just a sweet clean Ii
Both preparations come in odd
shaped, very ornamental Dottles,
with sprinkler tops. Harmony
Hair Beautifier, S1. Harnmony
Shampoo, 50c. Both guaran
teed to satisfy you in every way
or your monev hack. Sold only
at the more than 7.000 Rexall
Stores, and in this town only hv
us.-Pickens'Drug Co., Pickens.
Let The Sentinel have your
ntor eror pn rinti ng.
"The Village PosoffleCe."
Come out- to the school auditorium
Friday evening, March 6, and see "The
Village Postoffice, a high-class enter
tainment to be given under auspices of
Grace Methodist Sunday school at Pick
ens. Admission 15e and 25c; reserved
seats 35c. Everyboy is invited to come
and bring somebody with them and en
joy an evening of eitertainment unex
celled for the price;1for "The Village
Postoffice"- is a' hig'h-class fifty-cent
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims againstthe
estate of the late W. A. Arnold must
present the same duly proven on or be
fore the 15th of March, 1914, or be de
barred paynient; and all persons indebt
ed to said estate must make pa ent
on or before the above date to the un
Insurance and Real Estate Office
I have opened office over Pickens
Bank to represent Southeastern Life
I isurance Co. of Greenville, S. C. Real
estate handled also. All kind of 'papers
fixed promptly, such as land deeds,7
mortgages, contracts, etc. Come in to
0. S. STEWART, Pickens, S. C.
Office over Pickens bank.
The State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, D. M. Newton made suit
to me to grant him letters of admini
ti ation, with the will annexed, of the
estate and effects of John T. Newton.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kinrred and
creditors of the said John T. Newton,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate to be
held at Pickens, S. C., on the 12th day
of March, 1914, next after publication
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, Why the
said administration should not be
Given under my hand and seal this 19th
day of February, anno Dominii, 1914.
J. B. N~wBERY, J. P. P. C.
Bankrupt's Petition for Discharge
In the District Court of the United
States for the District Court ef South
In the\ matter of Leander Alexander
P the Honorable H. A. M Smith.
Judge of the District Court of the
Uied States for the District of South
I esnder Alexander Tannery, of Lib
f.rtv, in the county of Pickens and State
I f Sout- Carolina. in said district. re
-pectfully remresents that on the fi'st
inv of December last past he was duly
a ijudged bankrupt under the acts of
CG.ngr#ss relating to bankruptCy; that
h.- has duly surrender.-d all his proDArty
nd rights of property, and has fully
-omphed with all -the requirements of
id acts and the orders of the court
a uiching his bankruptcy.
Wherefore he i rays that he may be
, creed by the court to have a full dis
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under said bankrgpt ac's. eX.
cet such debts as are excepted by law
from such discharge,
flated this 2d day of February, A. D.
L. ander Alexander Tannery, Bankrupt.
ORDER OF NOTICE TREREON.
~itrict of S. C --ss.
On this f'd day of Fa ruary, A. DJ.
1914. on reading the foreg< ing pe~ition.
Ordern d by the Court, that a hear
ig be had' upon $he same Qn
he 5ith dae of March. A. D. 1914, before
said court at Obarleston. S. 0., in said
I strict, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
nd that notice thereof be publisheal in~
he Pickens Sentinel, a new-piper
prted in said d'stict, and that all
wrowh creditors and other persons in
nter st may appear at the a-aid time and1
plce and show cause, if any they have.
vhy the prayer of the said pet toner
hould n it be graund.
A nd it is further ordered by tire Court,
hat the clerk shall send by mail to all
known creditors copies of said petition
d this order, adoressed to $hem, as
their places of residence assta~ed.
vitness the Honorable H. A. M. Smith,
- Judge of the said' court;; and the
(Seal of) Seal thereoQf at Obarleston, S.
(the ) 0., in said District, on the ad
(Court ) day of February A. D., 19)A.
R. W. W(TSON Olerk.
Another car lead of mules ~ut ups
loaded at Gaines & Gassaway si We
have sold our stock of general 3nerchan
dise to Central Sipply Co,, who occu
ies our old stand, but we carry a full
lne of caskets and coffins and undern
taking supplies in the same building,
up stairs.. Office on first floor, Gaine.
& Gassaway, Central,
King of Externals
Stands supreme under
every test. Feel se
cure, keep Goway~ ha
the home. (iwans aI
ways copquers Crong~
and Pneumoniai axnd
your docor amaits,
Gowans Prepargtion was rused! or
nhlld Wwn it was desperately
ite he second applicato4 Fy
phviin called shd4 #dp so
great an impr'ove(0e4 QA'ered it-s
ioniaange 'he chiidrecovered
rA4%.' H JWMKL*4)rggist,
' 24 Ea~Z St. Alleghenyv, FP,
BUYTO-DAYi W BA1 T E HBlE
All Druaiw ;A 5Oa- 35.
M5WA MEDWACAO.. . -. ..
Iweae, and moee refuaded by soa 3tes
Hadnah Coated Tongue, Foul Breath,
coge UpLiver, UpsetSoah
Old people, young people and middle aged
people all are fast learning that the beat lbeq
eemedy on earth is the famous'
Never use Calomel, becanedlVER
BUTTONTS are better: they never
fail-always give etle action and
for mialaria and t 'rv poisons from
the bowels, nothiiis so good.
25 cents at all druggists.
Free sample LIvER BUTrONS and booklet
about the famous Hot5~prings Rheumatism
~emedy and Hot Springs Blood Remedy at
In a ve
Corn Ylelded 2
Bushels on I Acre
If you are going to plant corn this
spring, either to 1llyour own crib or
to enter the corn club contests, the
corn to plant, is Hastings' Prolific.
Official Ubited .States .govern
ment records show this corn ban
yielded -nore per acre than any other
corn planted In the South. iHastp
Prolific won the Georgia record with
914 bushels to o*ae ,ar; the Missis
Oippi record witlv 225 bushels; the Ar
Ianes record wIth 17224; the Flor
ida record, 129 14. Hastings' Proling
has won five-sixths of the corn club
prizes in Georgia, It has won
high -yield per acre records in every
Southern state, three years out of
This corn produces a grain and for
age of the fnest quality. It is the
corn that It will pay you best to plant
year in and year out.
Prices: Packet, 10 cents; 1-2 pint,
20 cents; pint, 30 cents; quart, 50
cents, postpaid. Peck, not prepaid,
$1; bushel, $3.50. Order today. Write
at once for our big free catalogue,
It is full of valuable agricultural In.
formation and is a good book to have
on-the farm. H. G. HASTINGS A
CO., Atlanta, Ga.-Advt
Office of County Tressurer. iCeCue couuty.
Piekens. S.'C., October 1, 1913
The books for the collection of tste and
County taxes will be ope from /
October 15th 913 to Pecember 31st 1913.
Those who prefer to do so can pay in Janua
ry 1914, with 1 per cent additional. Those
who prefer paying in February 1914, can
do so with 2 per cent additional. Those who
prefer paying In March 1914, to the 15th of said
month, can do so oy paying an additional 7 per
cent. After said date the books will close.
N. B.-Tax payers owning ropertyor paying
tax for others, will please a for arce t
in each township or special; school district i
which he or thaT way own property. This Is
very important as there are so many spcal
school districts. Those who do not wlsto
come to the offce can write me, not late than
December 20th, and I will furnish them with
the amount due and they can remit me by
check, money order or registered letter,fH
stamps are sent do not send above two (2)
cent. as I cann~ot use them. Please do not
send me cash without reglstering same, as It is
liable to get lost: If sent otherwise It must be
at sender's risk.
Levy for State tax ...... ..........5%~ Mills
Levy for Spccial School. Act. 1913.....1 mill
Levy for Constitutional School tax . .3 mills
Levy for Ordinary.V........6. mills
Levy. for Past In bt~ness......,,...% mil
Lev"y for Chzain . ...... ..... .. 2% mill
Tctal 1834 mills
Speial Levy for School District No. 1, 2 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 2,.. .2mils
Spcal Levy for School District No. 3....2miills
Speial Levy for School District No. 4.. ..2 mills
Specl Levy for Echool District No. 5, ..2 mills
Specal Lovy for School Dirtrict No.7. ...4 mills
Speclai Levy for School District No. 8,. ..2 mills
Specifal ..evy for School District No. 9,. 12 mille
Special Levy for School District No. 10,2%~ mills
tpcal Levy fosrSchool District No.11l,7%~ mills
fpcal Levy for School District No. 12, ..2mills
Speia Leve' for cho District No. 13,..8 mills
Special Levy for So 1o District No, 14,..4 mills
%peclaLvy fo cho District No. 16...6 mills
Speial Levy D c~o l((tot No. 17,..7 mills
SeilLevy f~ coADsrict No.18, 2 mills
SpeiL'evy f@coiDistrict No. 19, 2mills
Specal Levr to cool District No. 2J,...2 mills
SeilLevy or .oo District No.21....4 mills
Spca Levy focolI District No. 22,..4 mills
1Levy forSol District No, 23..2mmis
Speial Levy for col lidt No. Pa 2% mils
Seial Levy f D c~oo bisrict No.2,6%mills
Spcal Levyfr5010 District No.,..3 mills
Specal Ley frSho Dist ict No. W,...2 mills
SpclLeyfrSoo Distslot No. 2a9-4 mills
Spca VeyiySchool District No.S. mills
S ~ byfrSchool District No, 31, I5mil
Sev for ScoQ~I Distriot No. 31.. 3 mis
Secl Ley for Schol District No.36t 4 mills
Speciel Levy for School District No.-37. mill.
pellLevy for Sohool nistrict No. 38, 2 mis
pecial Levyy fnr School District No. 40. ,2 mills
Spcs eyfor School District No 41, 3 mills
SptlLv'for School District No. 42,..2mlls
Spca evy for School District No. 46...4 mills
Spcal Levy for School District No. 47...3 mills
Special Levy for School District No. 48,..S mills
Special Levy for Sehool District No. 49.. .2 mIlls
Seial Levy tor Sohool District No. 51.. .3 mills
Secial Levy for School District No. 52, 2 mills
pecial Levg for School District No. 53....3 mill
Special Levy for School Distriot No. 55.. .4mii
Spectial b~evy for Sehool District No 56.. .4 mili
Levy for Interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds
Levy for Interest on Pickens B. R..Bon'ds
s'astatoe township--.-- ....23mill
Lay for Interest on Picokens E. B. Bonds
Pickens C. H. township.D........... 2ill
Poll Trax,'one (1) Dollar. Every male citizei
from 21 to to 60 years is liable, except those ci
Commutation Road Tax, 51950. All male pes
sons from 21 to 50 years of age are lHable excep
those excused by lavm
Capitation Dog Tax. All persons ownini
dogs are requireQ to pay a tax of fifty (5) cent
Those writing for statemente viill please ix
cludo postage for rep~y:' Respectfully,.
Taylor H, Stewart,
Our Line of
In the way of exquisite Jeweir:
cannot be surpassed. Ever:
woman knows the value of ai
ornament that is right in colo
and style to complete the artis
tic effect of her costume.
Will solve the problem of wha
to give your friends for wed
dines, birthday or anniversar:
Come in and look around.
H. Snider. Raley, S. C
If there is
farm write for
telling how youm
AND TELEGRAPH ?
Th icken Ien i
equipped for turning out
We have the 'right kind of6~ x~i
Let us have your next oder a~
some better printing than ycion gtcii
be done in Pickens county.
Work delivered when promised.
Our prices are as correc
We take orders for
and lithographed work-o oIjd
We also take orde fr iI
blank books and spei1 aso #
Bt ~$ c4
g Wando High Grade
For SaleB .$~%r~
n Folger, Thoraley&
n Highest Price Paid frP
I have a nice line of Spring CodthMg aeo l
kinds, both men's and ladies'6 A nice line DesOd
to select from. A nice line of Oifords, both me' ad
Ade car load of Elegant Brand Flour and anote th
)come, at $5.30 per barrel.
Agenjs for Muretta Fertilizers.
Yours for trade
John W. Hendricks, Pefl