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Yotice change of advertise
E.ment.ef Luzianne coffee. . 'I
W. H. Ellenburg of Liberty
rnotaS was in town Monday.
~eedthe new cream separa
""prent of the H.-B.
Mattie iFinley and o
ir~na Taylor were Easley vis
E. Robinson, Jr, of Green- M
t Sunday with his
,,ets in ickens.
S1is who missed the lyceum S1
ent last Wednesday
iissed a-real treat.
VC. Carey, cashier of the bi
~K-weeBank; spent Saturday
. on business.
Men. J. C. Garrett, of Norris, .V
ited her daughter, Mrs. R. T. ~
&sialum;4in Pickens last week.
sr. S. Porter went toWest- E
Ynmister last week to visit his la<
riodorer ,who has been.very sick.
Mss Clara Smith, stenogra- pr
~~ Caret & Carey, 'spent ch~
Mis Cl~ Keith, telephone ,
>opearg1 spent., Sunday th
S- hrit, Miss Addie An-E
ttjoy, in freenville. I
~ thatMr. Jake Can-ha
&4eRl of route 5 got his hand~bad-lki
~ yashed in some Inachineryt ki
one dav last week. je
-Mr. G. Ti. Hughes, a minis- w
j terial student at Wofford college, w
preached at Grace Methodiste
MisCorrinne n, of k
gio isi her .sisters,
es T. R. Allen and Gu the
McFall, in Pickens last week.
J . McD). Cantrell, one~of the for
most prmnent planters ofwhi
Traxsylan- countyi, N. 0., 2
was in Piokens Tuesday on bus- d'
S"Bill" Jeanes, well-known Mr
3igineeron the Pickens iailroad, th
as very ' days last has
kis able be at his pr
Mc~olum,--4the negro nov
~onvieted in Pickens sho
a heinous crime, will rela
.ted in Columbia on cou
jannary 16th, 19,942 plai
-~'tnhad been ginned Oro
nea unty this season, this
'"35at the same tirne wee
- In the state 1,424,- for
Z. OUTad been ginned this seni
we e -st 1,368,774 A the Suc
~'' last year. atei
' White Pine and
L~ewis' White Se
keeps. your skin in
le weather. "We Kn<
Phone 24 for Anythini
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Greg
'. Mauldin, January 28th, a
C. W. Smith of Liberty route
was a business visitor here
Cabbage plants iow on sale
athe-Pickens Drug Co. store.
ead theii ad.
S. H. Maddox of Norris was
the county seat on business
ie day last week.
The Keowee school opened on I
onday the 18th, with Miss f
innie Herd as teacher. (
Mrs. DuBose and Miss Du.
sited the family of Dr. V. F. T
nith in Easley last week. C
J. D. Stansell of Libesj oute
was atthe ' on (
isiness one day las week. t
A communication from "B" I
Cateechee is crowded out this
eek and will appear in next
Miss Lura Pickens of Ander- j]
n county visited her sister, s
rs. M. C. Smith, in Pickens
at week. ___'
Rev. J. C. Bailey, pastor, will h
each at the Presbyterian g
urch here Sunday morning at -A
Dn Saturday, Feb. 13, therea
11 be a valentine box party at a
s Baptist church at Norris.
~erybody is invited.
L'he Pickens postoffice should
ye a shelf or desk of some
id in the lobby for the - h
iience of its patrons.l
lev. W. M. Xff of Liberty m
s inl 0ud Tast week on his Vi
/ oa union meeting at in
m, Oconee county. M
/Er. Isaac O'Shiblds, a well
wn planter of the Dacusville
tion, was a business visitor at co
county seat Saturday. jor)
fr. Evans. Nicholson, who 3:
mnerly lived near Pickens but us
o now lives on-Liberty route to
vas here on business Satur- sn
Ve are glad to report that ea
and Mrs. Dave Leslie, of -
Cross Roads section, who~
re been very sick, are im
. R. ("Red") Hill, who is
r working in the railroad
PS at Spencer, N. C., visited
.tives and friends' in this
aty last week.
.Frank Farmer, a prominent J
iter and good citizen of the
ss Roads community, made
office a pleasant visit last
k, and while here subscribed X
an extra paper and had it %
to a friend in another state. g
h interest is greatly appreci
I by this paper.
s for that Cold
l'r Cough Syrup .
perfect condition this
>w They Are Good."
J. F. Rigdon, of Fortner,
at the county seat on bus
E. A: Lewis of ioute 1
among the business visitor
The wife and son of Mr.
Chastain are both in bed sic
their home n-ar the Pic]
One per cent penalty wil
added to all state and cot
taxes paid' this month. A
February 27th, six per cent
alty'will be added. Tax b
close March 15th.
J. P. Smith, of near Cen
was a business visitor at
county seat Monday.
Smith was a candidate last s
mer for the house of represe
tives and received a hands(
The next lyceum numbel
appear in Pickens will be at
school house Friday night, ]
ruary 12. The Boyds, a h
class attraction, will be here
songs, instrumental music
Dr. J. M. Ferguson, a na
of Pickens county and a sor
the late Judge G. Ferguson
here on business and spend
awhile at the home of Judge
Welborn. This is Mr. Fergust
&rst visit to Pickens cou:
ince 1880. For a long time
practiced medicine in Tex
but now makes his home
Jolorad6 Springs, Col.
F. Bradley Field, well kno
n Piekens county, has secu
;he agency for The Pick(
3entinel, Atlanta Constitut
tnd Atlanta Journal and will
)leased to have your subscr
ion to either or all of these1
ers. He will appreciate -yt
E. W. Ragsdale, sargeant
he Pickens county chaingar
tas sent out 500 circulars to
[cers in South Carolina, Noi
.R Caude and Furman Jam
rho recently escaped from t
J. J. and 0. Q. Deaton,
)conee county, have traded I
he stock of goods of R.
%Taldrop in Pickens and ha
aken charge -o f t he ~sto
Iessrs. Deaton expect to mc
SPickens soon and enlar
ieir stock of goods. Furm
). Waldrop will continue I
awelry and repair shop at t
The Bolander Orchestra whi
ppeared at the school hou
at Wednesday night w
reeted by a large audient
s anticipated this was the be
;traction which has yisib
ickens in some time and ti
idience w as w ell please
embers of the orchestra w
so well pleased with th'r
T ldies' Cottage Pray
mngs, which are held at ti
>mes of some of the Chiistia
dies of Pickens every Frida
ternoon at 3 o'clock, is noi
~nominational and every w'
an in the town is cdrdially i1
ted to attend. The next mee
g will be held at the home<
rs. Wesley Garrett next Fr
*y evening at 3 o'clock.
Last week while out gatherin
rn (late corn which was sti
the stalk) W. H. Sutherlan
[led a snake which measure
L-2 feet long. This is an ui
ual time of the year for snakA
be out in this section. Ti
ake was very poor and M
therland thinks it must has
en looking for something I
Sid you can
We invite c<
Sother done in
We solicit y
quality, and o1
If you want
and have a toi
it for you. If
ten up in haph
We strive tc
.ns~THESE WINTER f
I in A cup of Good Health-giving Cof- 'r
fee sets you right for the day's t
work. -t how Cheap, but how X
Joe Good is the question. Buy a .
And you have the EQUAL OF +
I be TWO POUNDS of Barrel Coffee.
Luzianne is Clean, X
Healthy and Fragrant
)oks when you open the can.I
Who knows but that the store
cat slept in the barrel or bag the ?
night before you got your supply
;rai, of loose coffee? 4
Mr ..Luzianne Coffee..
Lim- F or Sale by all good Grocers
the a -
ing When ordering an address i
M.i changed always give old ad-',
s dresses as well as new address
as I. M. Mauldin, of Pickens,
in state bank examiner, was .
among the prominent callers at
Governor Manning's office in
Columbia last week.
k S Have you been sending' print
on ing orders out of town becausel
be you thought you could not have
p- it done herei. See The Sentinel
>a- before you send any more away.
"Uncle Charlie" Finley, well- c
known citizen, and daughter re- r
of cently moved from the Mile 0
g, Creek section to Pickens. Two d
:f- of his boys will have charge of s
th his farm a
.Rsrs. Lloyd and Leroy l
's, Grandy left Pickens. Saturday R
hb6morning for Orangeburg and it
other points in the lower part of 3
the state. They went thru the p
of country in their Buick. 0
B. We are informed that W. N. 0
ye Jones, general merchant of P
re. Easley has filed a petition for tl
ye v o lun ta ry bankruptcy. Mr. I
ge Jones went to Easley from a
anl Dacusville about a year ago. t
he T. A. Bowen, farm demon-.i
strator of Pickens county, at- c
tended the meeting of the coun
ch ty demonstrators of this state
se, at Clemson last week. The
as .meeting' was largely attended.
st reby Rev. E. V. Babb, h
d teresidence of W. E. Hill in le
.Easley on 31st of J4anuary, Mr. a:
- irlkBaIliitine of Green- tl
ile and Miss Annie Pearl Find- SI
eley of the Cross Roads commun- w~
ity. Miss Findley is the young. ca
lest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.w
rj B. Findley and is a young lady jm'
te of many charms. Mr. Ballen- te
"j tine is the efficient bookkeeper Ii
Y for the Daily Piedmont. They
1-I will make their home in Green
t- According to the Greenville ye
>f News, C. Frank Grandv of ne
i- Greenville was Monday arrested jaf
and placed in jail for disorderly* be
conduct as a result of some so
g trouble he is said to have had ui
I1 with his wife over the possession 'a
d of their children. His wife also!n
dl charges him with being a luna- SI
i- tic and she has taken out the so
s necessary papers to have him J
e examined. :Mr.and Mrs.OBrandy w,
. are well -known in Pickens, G:
e where they lived for some time, to
o and their friends here regret ex- fa
ceedingly to hear of this trouble,
H Which you
have done at The S(
mparison of our prini
this county, or anywl
our printing orders on
ir prices are reasonabi
your printed matter 1
ich of distinction abou
you want a cheap lool
azard fashion, send it
lpese and djeivet.
ier Knows Danger
o Lady-I'm afraid you don'tI
y like work, my good man.
-Tramp-How kin I, mum?
Work's wot killed my pore wife.
This and That
i The new year 1915 has come
I in and one month is gone. In
January there were two full
moons and five Sundays. There
will be no full moon in Febru
ary, but there will be two in
March. I wonder how many
students attending school can
tell when this will occur again.
All things are quiet in the
north corner according to last re
The revenue officers made a
raid in Table Rock cove last
week and cut up a blockade
still. Reports say that next
day the battle commenced. It
is said that James Trotter took
advantage of Ben Masters and
went up behind him and cut his
throat from ear to ear. Dr.
Crenshaw was summoned and
he sewed it up with twelve
stitches. It got reported that
Masters' head was cut off and
put back wrong at first, and it
had to be changed; but Mr.
Sutherland, the mail carrier who
goes close there, says that was
a mistake. The wounded man
is still living.
Now I want to ask all who
are readers of The Progressive
Farmer, a farm paper published
at Raleigh, N. C., if they* have
been reading the articles on
land segregation. If not, let
me urge you to look up the files
mnd then sit right down and
wvrite to your representatives in
;he general assembly urging
;hem to pass a practicable and
ust land ownership segregation
tct which would permit white
ieighborhoods which wish to
,emain white to say that in the
uture no land shall be sold to
)ersons of a different race. I
Lppeal also to the women to see
o it that nothing be neglected
is this one point, as it is for the
protection of;our women. It
vill forever be a protection to
irevent any different race from
rowding in on white settle
aents. It is the social life
f the women which is most en
angered. It is their peace and
afety which are- mostly men
ced. For this reason I appeal
D you, the women, to help us
ave it. Statewide if we can
et it; if not, then we, can have
local by county or township.
rou all. remember California
assed a law of this kind when
ur great and wise President
Vilson and Secretary Bryan
pposed and urged them not to
ass it. The law was to prevent
de Japanese from crowding in.
say California people are right<
bout it and we must get right. <
Trge the passagn' of a la w, let
2e whole state v.le on 11 andi
it fails then take it up by
>unties. M. H.
Death of Little Child .
- --- C
On last Monday morning,Jan.1
, the death angel enitered the i
om of Mr. and Mrs. T. P.Kel
y, who live on Central route 2,
3d carried away the spirit of ~
eir little babe, Annie Ruth. ti
de was in her sixth month and i
as loved and petted by all who i
tme in contact with her. She tU
as laid to rest on the following i.
orning~ at Pleasant Hill ceme- g
ry. May God comfort them I
their bereavement. -.I
Death of Mrs. Wade
Mrs. Mary A. Wade, aged 69L
~ars, died suddenly at her home
~ar the Pickens mill Saturday
ternoon. Mrs. Wade had not
en in the best of health for
me time, but her death was S
expected. She was sitting in s
chair when she fe I over and S
ever regained consciousness. se
ie leaves ahusband and four Sc
ns, Jesse, Henry, Jerry and 2
Lines. The funeral services sc
ere conducted by Rev. B. E. Sct
randy and the body was laid se
rest at Griffin Sunday. The Sc
mily has the sympathy of Sc
any in their bereavement. Sc
use bais the c
ing with got- n c
elser. n a
th basis of
c aw nr.en DSm
self a pre
A lot of odds and ends that didn't go
.n the sale at. almost your own price.
A. few ladies' suits, skirts, capes and I
jackets. Make an offer on them. Every
yody saves money by seeing T. D. Harris.
Wool rolls for sale at Craig Bros. Co.,
Wanted- Young man holding first'
grade certificate wishes country school
n Pickens county. Address Box "E,"
Pi:kens, S. C. . 39tf
k ound-Someone left a kid glove in
ohnson's 10c store several weeks ago.
)wner can get same at The Sentinel
ffice by paying for this notice. 40
Good one-horse crop to rent. Apply
o J. M. Stewart, Pickens, S. C.
ifce of County Treasurer, Pickens County,
Pickens, S. C., October 1, 1914.
The books for the collection of State and
ounty taxes will be open from October 15,
114, to December 31. 1914
Those who prefer to do so can pay in JTanu
ry, 1915, with 1 per cent additional. Those
ho prefer paying in February, 1915. can do so
ith 2 per cent additional. Those who prefer
aying inMarch, 1915, to the 15th of said month
mn do so by paving an additional 7 per cent.
fter said date the books will close.
N. B.-Taxpayers owning prprty or paying
txes for others will please ask fr tax receipt
ieach township or special school district mn
hich he or they may own property. This isi
sry important, as there are so many school
istricts. Those who do not wish to come to
le office can write me, not later than the 20th
December, and 1 will furnish them with the
nount due and they can pay me by check,
oney order or registered mail. If stamps are
nt do not send .above 2-cent denomination. as
:an not use them. Please do not sernd me cash
thout registering same, as it is liable to get
st; if sent otherwise it must be at sender's
~vy for State tax....... ......... 6 mills
~vy for Constitutional school tax .. 3 mills
~vy for ordinary county tax......6 mills
~vy for past indebtedness .... .. ...% mill
~vy for Chain Gang......... ...... 2%4 mills
~vy for Constabulary..... ........ M mill
Total levy.. ........ ...... ....18%4 mills
special levies for the following districts; ~
hool District. No. 1.......... ..2 mIlls S
hool District No. 2............ 2 mijlls
hool District No.8 ............ 4 mills
hool District No. 4...........4 mills
hool District No. 5.... .. ..... 8 mills
hool District No. 6............6 mills
hool District N'o. ............. 4 mills
hool District No. 8.... ........ 2 mills
hool District No. 9.......... ..12 mills
hool District No. 10........... 2% mills
hool District No. 11...... .....7%, mills
hool District No. 12..........2 mills
hool Dist.xict No. 13 ........... 8 mills
hool District No. 14 ...........4 mills
bool District No. 16........... 6-. mills
bool District No. 17....... ....11 mills
hool Distriet No. 18........ ... 2 mills
hool District No. 19........... 2 mills
hool District No. 20 ...........2 mills
hool District No. 21.... ........ 4 mills
bool District No. 22............8 mills
bool District No 23........ ..6 m is
hool District No. 24...... .... .2% millsl
hool District No. 25 ........... 2% mills~
bool District No. 26... ......... 3 mills
bool District No. 27............ 2 mills
hool District No. 28. .......... 4 mills
hool District No 29...... .....3 mills
hool District No. 31..... ..... 15 mills
hool District No. 32...... .... .4 mills
bool District No. 33............ 2%~ mIlls
bool District No. 36.............4 mills
bool District No. 37..... ....... 4 mills
bool District No. 38 ........... 2 mills
iool District No. '40...... .....4 mills
bool District No 41...... .... .4 mills I.
2ooi District No. 42...... .....2 mills
tool District No. 45..... ..... .4 mills .
tool Dristrict No. 46 ..... ...... 4 mills
iool District No. 47............3 mills
200l District No. 48 ...........3 millsI
1001 District No. 49 ........... 2 millsi.
iool District No. 51. .. ....... .3 mills
20ol District No. 52.. ... ..... .2 mills .
iool District No. 55 . .......... 4 mills
iool District No. 56....... ..... 4 mills4
,e'vy for interest of Pickens R. R. bonds:
rricane township............... 2 mills .
statoe township ......... ...... 2%. mills
kens township............ ..... 2 mills .
'oIl tax one dollar (21 00). Ever male citi-4
from 21 to 60 years of age areliable except
'se excused bylaw.
ommutatioh road tax, one dollar and fifty
ts (21.50). All male persons from 21 to 50
liable except those- excused by law.
apitation Dog Tax.-All persons owning
rs are required to pay a capitation tax of
y cents per capita.
'hose writing for statements of their tax will
ae include postage.
TAYLOR Hf. STEWART,
tice of Final Settlement and Discharge .
"lotice is hereby given that I will make
plication to J. B. Newbery, Esq.,
Sge of Probate for Pickens county, in' 4
State of South Carolina, on the 4th
r of March, 1915. at 11 o'clock in the
-enoon, or as soon thereafter as said -
alication can be heard, for leave to
ke final settlement of the estate of
B. Thomas, deceased, and obtain dis
irge as administratrix of said estate.
MRS. T. S. THOMAs,
end your next or
er for printing to
Y . On A R : NOT
YOURSELF THIS PRESENT
meone offered,.to give you a new Bluebell
you would jump at the chance. Make your
sent of one. It will not really cost you any.
this separator pays for itself by saving you
work, and by actually increasing your dairy
profits. Come in and see one
of these machines set up. It
is so simple you cannot help
understanding it; so perfect
you cannot help lik
ing it. The skimming device on
the Bluebell loses no butter fat in
separation. The spiral cut gears,
made of semi-steel, the phosphor
bronze bushings at every wearing _/-7
part, the trouble-proof, self
adjustable bowl spindle
neck bearing, all insure
long-lived, efficient a.
- chines. Come in and "ke
a personal examination.
We have I H C Bluebell
.parators in these sizes:
No. 1. 350 lbs. capacity per hour
No. 2. 450 lbs. capacity per hour
No. 3. 650 lbs. capacity per hour
No. 4. 850 lbs. capacity per hour
le. Are Notitu
These are our regular every day prices. 7We
buy for cash and buy for less; - sell for cash and sell
for less. You can pay more than we ask- you for
our, goods, but you can't buy better quailithnw
In Best Patent Flour Chase & Sanborn's high-grade
SPer Barrel..............$6.50 Coffees, per ound25 to 40e
]24 pounds..................85 3-pound can SelBrand..$1.10
48 pounds................1.65 Regular prices
Arm & Hammer Soda Salmon
7 packages for...........25c Good ordinary, the can......10c
u 10pouns blk Sda.....25c Columbia River, 1-2 lb..-15e
10 pouns bulk oda-2,c1 lb.......,18e~
SCoffees in Bulk ~~"
Blends-.'.-..-...20 &.5 Clipe Smokeless...-...45c
No. 1 Santos Peaberry.....30 diIn Blackpowder..-....&0
. We help you to save on Groceries. Come' to
SEasley and make our store your headquarters. We .
Swill be glad to see you.
"Good Things to Eat"
u( PHONE 18 Martin Building EASLEY, S. C.
Take Care off
~When the weather is dry and warm you can make
~out with thin, worn-out shoes; but with the ground
~cold and wet as it is now it is poor economy to neg
'lect buying heavy shoes.
We have just received a large line of good, strn
shoes from Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co., of St. Louis,
Mo., one of the best lines in America.
Call and let us show you what we have.
Do not fail to call on us when you need Furniture,.
Dry Goods, Men's and Boys' Clothing, Groceries, etc.
We have always made a specialty of handling
SCountry Produce and we take pleasure in buying
Severything we can in that line at the highest market
price. COME TO SEE US.
Craig Bros. Co.
Pickens, . . . South Carolina
The Progressive Farmer, published every week
sidered by many as the best farm journal, Si Afl
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