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9:F ponalble for the
UL Cnot nd A tes of respect of
ha 11 bleprinted free l
AlloS rhat number ust be aid
-Mi wr.C to
mv ny ma P. Zrds of thanks pu)
for one- (# t a word.
1of woulk.-e a gqod time to begin
on that Aljska.8ilroad.
Who'are the Metican revolutionists
revoluting aginst, anyway?
"U. S. AMt ire watching Huerta,"
says a headline. -And he needs it.
Huerta compares himself to our Stone
wall aJcksoi. Sha'des of Robert E. Lee!
Huerta sayis.Mexico can't be con
quered. .I4et's see. How about 18.16?
The Anderson Mail notes that many
aviatorschave their falls in the spring.
An..exchange says "the women are
outstripping the men." We hadn't
And what has become of the old-t imer
who used to part hib--hair in the middle
behind, a la Daniel Webster?
Percy Mitchell-that's the latest way
to pronounce Przemysli Just think of
Percy when you want to say it!
Something not to worry about- now.
A scientist says the earth will be f rozen
solid in about nine million years.
"On account of the war" it is said
the-price of wild animals has gone up
something else not to worry about.
"When noise spells progress it should
cease to offend," chirps an exchange.
How about a boiler factorV nex t (loot?
Cotton Is comning back, ut there is
plenty of the sixteen mi on-bale crop
on hand withoutplapW %oter ono.
One of our valued exchanges, date
April 19, prints "A:'Story for Washing
ton's Birthday." Better late than
Wynnyn Daienport is the name of
the society editor of Ed DeCamp's
Gaffney Ledger. That sure is a winnin'
How would yeai like to intern in one
of the submarine "tigers" in Charles
ton harbor?--The State. Believe we'dl
ra ther: turn into one.
"Ode to the nMockingbird,'' sings Poet
Lucius C. Johnson in the Columbia
State. And it's been owing to Mr.
Mockingbird a long time, Julius.
Everything that Is shipped by neutral
nations, with Germany as its final dles
tination, is contraband, according to the
British. In other words, a blockade is
just a blockade.
The captain of the Kronprinz Wilhelm
says he is not going-to intern his ship.
That's what the other fellow said und'i
he gbt all'the beer there was in N'v port
News on board.
ople ai-e so busy finding fault
h .ewithth a ter people conduct their
business that they just don't have any
B~siness'of their own toconduct. wisely
-or~ therwise..__JevernoticeZ ?
Orof automobile fame, says the
rernedy fot the trouble in Mexico is to
pn tis; ntives to work. Shucks! A
- Mexicatucno lay right down alongside
of a job and never bat an eye.
~1 ewlt n says-a farmer was robbed
ofe othl rs In Greenville recently.
It must vp been recently, as the last
time wewee i Greenville wve couldn't
- . find a idan there who had more than
KAustria ha been wiped off the map
a~tt a thouse d ~Ines since the wvar
be~,bue 'rtes osef's army is still
-4 tbj ActQPrdanelles forts
,1t~eI~eohe~4~ mny times lately;
b~Vtteu6 ~1~t4auceped in sinking
~ t .6el There must be
~ t~tter with the Allies'
Wha is the
- nt0nce and a cat?
~. ~ the end of its
~ ~'Its claws at the
If You See a
Permit us to call your
attention today to the
man behind the ad. He
The cleverest ad., the
most striking ad., the
most appealing. ad., is
economically unsound if
the man or the company
or the corporation back
of the ad. is an unknown
Don't be fooled by
Don't fall for cunningly
worded statements calcu
lated to palm off a gold
brick on you.
Advertising in this
reputable newspaper car
ries with it the warrant
of genuineness. You
know the people back of
County School Notes
The couinty superintendent of educa
tion is a busy man these days, and it is
impossible for him to attend all of the
school closings and meetings which he
would like to attend. lie gets out as
often as possible, but the heavy corre
spondence aind bookkeeping of his office
keeps him tied down to a great extent.
It seems to us that this office should
have an assistant. Pickens county is
undergoing a great revival in educa
tional umat ters and the work should not
Mr. Petty Freeman, the contractor
who has been remodeling and build
to the Glassy Mountain school
house, has about finished work
on the building. Before the im
provements recently made Glassy
Mountain school house was a one-room
building of the shoe-box type. Mr.
F reeman liuas converted this into a model
school room and has built to it an ad
ditional school room, two teachers'
rooms, two cloak rooms and a nice pi
azza with turnedl columns. A rolling
partition wvill be installed between the
two rooms, thus insurmng auditorium fa
cilities for public meetings. The build
ing has been paintedl outside and is one
of the prettiest and neatest school
buildings in the county. Trustees wvho
are contemplating building soon wvould
do well to see this school house. The
GlIassy Mountain school grounds consis ts
of four acres of land covered wvith a
beautiful oak grove. The plans of the
newv school building were made by Prof.
Lee of Clemson, Supt. Ilallum of Pick
ens and Mr. Freeman. Both Mr. Free
man andl the school district are to be
congratulated upon the excellent job
done by him. Glassy Mountain school
district has already voted in favor of
lev~i'9om mills tax and will enter the
g Eou school system at the beginning
of the ne xt session. There are aboui
Ininety pupils within the district, anc
with their newv building and an addi
tional teacher Glassy Mountain will, ii
a year or- so, take its place among the
best rural gradled schools in this sec
tion. The school house is situated near
Griffin church. The trustees of this
district are Messrs. J. R. J. Anthony,
W. H. Anthony and HI. D. Lesley.
Any fool can spendl money; it takesa
wise man to saive it. -York News. But
some fools never have any money tc
sp~end, and the tight-wads save it foi
the fools that finally get it to spend
A bout the most important thing about
a D). A. R. convention seems to be the
scramble of the (lear ladies as to whc
shall get the offices. But "politics is
p)olitics,"' whether particip~ated in b3y
men or wvomnen.
Some people have such respect for
the truth that they always keel) at a
respectful distance from it. -A nderson
Mail. More than that. They dlodge it,
run through (lark alleys to escape meet
ing it, andl even deny it wvhen they are
brought face to face with it. Some
people dlon't know howv tell ''the truth,
the whole truth and~ nothing but thc
truth." Pity 'tis!
Don't forget to read the ad
vertisemen ts this week. It may
save you money.
SAY THAT COUNTS
Speak FOR US.
~rris St., Anderson, S.C., i
sing L UZIANNE COF
rs in her home. Likes It -
Sbecause of its FINE I
ING, IN MONEY. A:
as as far as T WO pounds
res Perfect Cup Quality.
A N NE COUPON$ .
~SENTS they entitle you
L'AYLOR CO., at New
M CATALOGUE .. ... '
a class byBITSELF
T H1E Rcord-Advertiser pu
urging its rural subsoribi
like for our farmers to
their farms-to make our pa
of ideas for farmers of thia vJ
Farmers do not use their'lo
the papers afford the best anc
their farms and communities
his local paper about his succ
they were achieved. We are ;
ing story," for it enables us to
in our vicinity. And no one
to tell of'his success. The fa,
eloquent in themselves. So
rearrange the wording if suc]
No farmer should be lndiffe
own work to pass a good idea i
giving them the benefit of hif
are always an inspiration to <
true and lasting advancement
in no other way than throt
farms, and so it is not politici
any more than it Is news fr
Press and Banner.
Cost of Government
University of Noith Carolina
A recent bulletin sent out by
the federal census bureau, en
titled "'National and State Rev
enues and Expenditures, 1913
and 1903," gives us a chance to
study North Carolina in con
trast with the rest of the States.
The statements that follow are
based on this bulletin.
Is our state government un
necessarily expensive? H o w
does it compare with other
states? In answer we find that
the per capita cost of our state
government in 1913 was $1.46.
It was more in every other State
in the Union, South Carolina
The per capita cost ranged
from $1.46 in North and South
Carolina to $10.45 in Nevada.
North Caroiina............... $ 1.46
South Carolina............... 1.46
Tennessee .................... 1.84
Arkansas ...................... 1.87
Oklahom a ..................... 1.89
W est Virginia ...... ........ 2.14
llinois .......................... 2.21
M issouri ........................ 2.27
M ississippi..................... 2.29
O hio.... .... ................ ... 2.68
Iow a .............................. 2.61
A laba ia ....................... 2.77
K ansas .......................... 2.9(
Ne w Mexico ............. 3.00
Dela w are.................. 3.1k
Virgin ia................... 3.2S
New H lam pshire.......... 3.41
Florida .................... 3.41
Oregon .................... 4.1w
W ashington .............. 4.45
South D)akota............ 4.6(
North D~akota............. 4.841
New Jersey.............. 4.86
Connecticut .............. 5,5:
Utah .... ................. 6.01
Arizona .. ................ 6.21
Rhode Island.............. 6.3!
Montana........ ......... 6.61
Minnesota .. ............. 6.61
New York............... 6.9:
In an order issued last Tues
day Gov. Manning removedi W
WV. Hlucka bee, sheriff ofKershav'
county, from otfice because th
shernff had "Neglected and re
fused to enforce the law agains
the unlawful sale of intoxicat
ig liquors In all parts of Ker
sha w county." A few days ag<
at a hearing in the executive of
fice, where he was remanded t<
showv cause, Sheriff Huckabe<
denied all the charges brough
See The~ Sentinel for Printini
WVlien over the fair fai
The shiadowv of disgl
Of~ words to blame, or
lForget that no fellow-.
May fall so low but
Even the check of sha
If something good is
No generous heart ima
In wvays of sympath
* But may awaken stroi
-If something good il
..And so .1 charge ye, b;
And by the cross on:
- And by your own soul
-Let someth-ing gnnol
bliied'at Houstdo, Va., is
Drs to do just what we would
do-give us the- news from
per a-sort of clearing-house
Cal papers enough, and yet
I quickest ways to build up
Every farmer should tel,
osses on the farm and how
aiways glad to get a."farm
spread the news of progress
needs -a- flow of eloquence.
ts of a farming success -are
write us. The editor can
i need be done.
rent or too engrossed in his
long to his fellowmen, thus
experience. Such articles
-thers. We well know the
of our community can come
igh the upbuilding of. our
si and social news we want
or the farm.-Walterboro
Piedmont Association Meeting
The next union meeting of
the Piedmont association will
be held with Corinth No. 1 the
fifth Sunday in May and Satur
Program as follows:
Saturday, 10 a. m. Song and
prayer service by S. T. Tollison.
10.30. Introductory sermon
by Rev. E. V. Babb. Alternate,
Rev. T. E. Clyde.
11.30. Organization. A d
journ for dinner.
1.30. First subject. Can a
deacon be successful and fill his
oflice according to the teaching
of scripture, who is not liberal
with his means according to his
ability, and should a member
who is not thus liberal, be set
apart by a church as a deacon
Speakers, Honi. Laban Mauldir
and Hon. J. Ashmore Hinton
Then open for general discussion
Second subject. The duty ol
church members to suppor
their pastors and all the interest
fostered by their denomination
Speakers, Rev. F. R. McClanna
han and H. D. Singleton. The
open for general discussion.
Sunday, 9.30 a. in. Song an
prayer service by Eugene Cor
10 a. in. Sunday school ma
First subject. How to buil
and hold a Sunday school clas
by D. B. Cobb.
Second subject. How to teac
the lesson, by E. P. McCrave'
11 a. in. Missionary sermo
by Rev. T. E. Durham. Alte
nate, Rev. D. I. Spearman.
J. Tr. ROBINSON,
Thrown From a Buggy
Miss Clifford Martin, daughtb
of Mr. and Mi-s. W. M. Martii
accompanied b~y her gran,
mother, and little sister ar
brother, wvas thrown from
buggy wvhile returning hon
from a drive Trhur~sday, April
when the mule which si
. was driving became frighten4
and ran against a tree. Mi
Martin and her little broth
were thrown out. When t:
Sbuggy struck the tiree the mu
jerked loose from the buggy at
taking the shafts with him re
3into the barn yard and stoppe
3No one was at home at this tin
Sand Miss Martin got up, help:
the others into the house at
then caught the mule and p
it up. Af ter the shock was oy
it was found that no one w.
-seriously hurt. T he g ra n
mother and little boy ieceived
-few bruises, but Miss Mart
was un injured. Mr. Martin sa
She has owned this mule abo
nineteen years and worked hi
-in all kinds of places and he h
never ran away before or hu
anyone. What is to be will h
Notice to Teachers
An examination for teachers will
bheld in the court house Friday, May
Examination will commence at 9 o'clot
Applicants to furnish their own static
ery By order of the State Board
Edu~cation. R. T. HALL~UM, supt.
SGood Be Said:
no of friend or foc
'ace shall fall, instead
>r1Oof of so and so,
love may lift his head
me with tears is wvet
vainly turn aside
y; no soul so dead
g and glorified,
r the thorny crown,
-which- the Saviour bled,
's hope fol'~fair -renown,
Shoes No man
have his feet co,
for less money.
cost $3.50; $4.00,
much good matei
I to them. They a
4 anywhere. .*
summer wear a
+ It is the one sh<
+ leather has nevei
OVER Shoes and
to the feet as its
And. the Price,
Sole Agents for Walk-OvE
Machiiies, Iron King Stoves
SHORT NEWS ITEMS
The citizens of Greenville city
voted last Tuesday to issue $100,
000 in bonds for street improve
a ment; $25,000 for sewer exten
sion and $45,000 to purchase and
[I enlarge the present city hospital.
The State Railroad commission
s has adopted a resolution against
profane language over the tele
d phone and aives companies the
right to take out a phone if the
phone user indulges in profane
n~ Besides the four gentieman
r- mentioned several weeks ago in
The Sentinel, John A. Horton,
the Belton man who was in the
race last.- year, and Dr. E. C.
Doyle, a prominent Seneca man,
will likely be candidates tor con
gress in this district next year.
r Te sales byfertilizer comn
'. paixies in this state to April 20
d were 54 per cent. of the sales to
a the same date of last year.. The
etgtax receipts this year amount
to $132,706 as compared wvith
~$244.039. The tax is 25 cents
dfor each ton of fertilizer. The
s receipts go to the support of
Cr lemson college.
ie Mr. Samuel K. Younablood,
ie a well known Confederate veter
aran, residing near Pickensville,
nwas found dead in his bed Satur'
-day night last. He was in town
eSaturday afternoon and attend
ded a meeting of the local camp
and seemed to he in good health.
tHis death is supposed to be the
rresult of an appopletic stroke.
s~ He was 67 years of age. Is sur
-vived by his wife, twvo daughters
a and one son; all gro wn. Funer
nal services and interment, con
ducted by Rev. J. D. Holler,
it were held at Zion church on
m Sunday afternoon.-Easley
Prtgrss, April 21. .
e- A well imformed South Caro
a linian estimated several days
ago that the taxable property in
be this state will be increased by
7. about $50,000,000 this year as a
k- result of the work of the tax
commission. It is commonly
known that millions of dollars'
-worth of property is escaping
notice. Chairman A. W. Jones
of the commission is now col
lecting some facts and figures
that will prove startling. Man y
thousands of acres of land are
not on the tax books. This
stito icn suffering from a lack of
equlizaionI of taxes. The tax
commission will hold frequent
meetings in ,Columbia during
Ernest Ford Cochran, Jr., 14
years old and o&nly child of
Former United States District
Attorney and Mrs. Ernest F.
Cochran, accidently shot him
self through the head with his
father's automatic pistol last
Tuesday af tern-oon at 4.10
o'clock, while in his father's
room at their home in Anderson
and died at 7.45 p. m. without
having regained consciousness.
The tragedy is one of the most
heart-rending that has ever oc
burred in Anderson. Mrs. Coch
had lefbs the house only a few
minutes prior to the accident,
while Mr. Cochran was in Green
ville, where he had gone)to at-1
tend United S ta te s District
is a name that me -asomthing in
pays four or five dollars merely o
rered with leather. He can do that
WALK-OVER Shoes and Oxfo rds
$4.50 and $5.00, because there isthat
ial, good judgment and taste put in
the best Shoes at their price made
xfords are the proper thing for
nd~ for men who want something
in style. as well as comfr. We
d a pair of WALK-OVER Oxfords.
>e that is safe to save on.. Better
beentanned that -goes, into WALK
a name, "Walk-Over"---it is as soft
name is to the tongue.
$3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.
, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specl
r Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New Home Sewing
Chase City and Babcock Buggies, Mitchell Wagons o,
FINANCIAL REPORT Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby gien that I will
Of City ofPickens for Term (Two "ak aplcati tfor PiweryEsq.,
Years) Beginning April 1, in the State of South Carolina, on the
6th day of May, 1915, at 10 o'clock in
1913, and Ending April the forenoon or as soon thereafter as
i, 1915. said application can be heard, for leave
to make final settlement of the estate of
John T Newton, deceased, and obtain
EXPENDITURES. discharge as administrator of said es
Paid on mayor's salary (2 years)$ 213 60 tate. D. M. NEWTON,
" clerk's " " 223 25 51 Administrator.
police " " 925 00
aldermen" 200 00 Notice to Debtors and Creditors
city att'y " 100 00 All persons h
Expenses and incidentals ----- 124 42 L
Street work.---------------- 1004 20 estate of the late J. T. ewis must
present the same, duly proven, on or
Paid on city bonds------------. . 127 00 befre the 15th A of a , 5 or b
Interest account.-..................130 75 are pym n; ndar rs si
Electric lights.....-- ...............1392 87 de
Disinfectant -..........--...-- ....---m n o61 4or2heaov at o h
Lumber .---....---.........59 72unesgd.. *LW,
Jail fee--.......------123 65J.F LWS
Extra police service.................. 400
Police uniform-........... --....70...-........ 30 70s
Horse feed.......- .....................167 55
Sentinel, job work.-..................58 25
Tools.. .- ......-- ............... -..... -27 -8
$4974 231 A NO
Cash on hand A pril 1, 1915.... 10 23
Csonhand April 1, 1915-.$ 5 53
Adv. tax, 2 years....................2248 07 *~
License tax, 2 years-..............1193 75
Street tax, 2 years........---..-324 50
Fines, 2 years........ ----........1145 51 CNESDPSEGRSHDL
Cemetery account, 2 years ....... 67 10 PImnt&NrhnRilyCopy
Due to City of Pickens: GEN L~
Due on license and taxes ....-$383 60 Fo prabr o prabr
Due from county for convicts.....- 390 00 No88:5a .N.2700.i.
Due on fines............................50 40 No 61:0ai.N . 4 905 . .
$824 00 No1141p.i.N.1 4:5. .
City of Pickens owes as follows: No1 8:5p .No46:0.i.
Electric lights, Jan. 1 to April 1 .$135 00 o 791 p n o 8 :0l.m
O en accounts------................17 76 Fo riasDprue
Mayor, balance on salary -........186 40 Anr* ndrn
Clerk, " " -.....76 75 N.485 .i;N.164a n
Police, " " ..... 275 00 No81:pm.o. 100ai:
$690 91 1~41 )N.1 :0p n
All taxes due the City of Pickens N.1 :0p n o 574 .m
must be paid on or before the 15th day ()FoiAdro ny
of May, 1915. w. F. MAULDIN, .)FoAdeonnl. .S.len
G. R. HENDKICKS, Clerk. - TaloMngr
NTie Stern aCiway
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mony yu cn, on yo? eier therlate o. Th e Sustf
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Ask anyowner bout t earruled aen;matin a aaprso en
dete gatesad:ett utmk
ment oneo beforectenaboverdteato t 3
and toery ompny.n.ersaigned J.le J.iLE,
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Fro p har ot FoApanta nbur1 g
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Dr . .JaeonI r. AEr' pny opular4 p m
Physican andSurge ) For Anderson Men'ly.
Enaly, . C W.E. -C... oowa.S.Aen
Offie oer asle Bak. es. hon is - uTrnd ump anaer
Dr. W. . ~ Pri es SouthEerybodlwy
moneyy oc can, dorn'tle " your edures
dTuen buy theefe. n cation L rnn ityurfo
woldw.k o red upi onse.
pAsky any Diswerabout them. yli
. hLres Tidres, ortin
dispad stock of~
GREmN VILLE u~evii, S. C.
Dr. . . am so
Physician an Srgo
Prme Care of theSoth
N. B.The olloing chedle fgure
ar "ulseda nomtinaa r