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he ickes Seattine
S " - PCKENS, S. C.
P U B L 11 HEI ) WID.EHKrL
JANUARY 8, 1918
" Iered at 'ickens I'ostonIce ax Seeoed t
1.59 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANC
pARY HIO'r. Manager.
"My Country 'Tie of Thee, Sweet Lsvn
As the Christmas bells send out the
chime, the wedding bells have not cease
to ring, which was very evident whe
two couples drove up to the residen<
of A. A. Jones on December 23d, r
questing that the nuptial knot be tie(
The parties were Mr. William C. Chai
man and Miss Susie Byars, Mr. Jame
P. Byars and Miss Evey Anderson, A
A. Jones officiating in his usual mnanne1
These are interesting young people an
made a striking piture as they marche
to the marriage altar for the doubl
wedding. They are receiving shower
of congratulations fron. their man
A wedding of unusual interest to many
in this county took place Sunday, De.
emher 23d at 7 o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Porter, when their daughter, Miss Ethic
Porter, was happily married to Mr. .I.
N. Jcwell, of Piedmont. Following the
ceremony a delightful supper was
:ervcd. 1"or five years Mr. Jewell was
associated with the Pickers Mill during
which tinm lhe was hoss spinner. lic
was superintendent of the Baptist Sun
lay school at that place and served also
is church clerk until he moved to Pied
nont where he is following the same
work. Many friends join in wishing
*hem a happy and prosperous married
ife. B. C. Field officiated.
Though there may be snow on th<
roof and ice on the steps of the ok
nmatrinonial mill house the wheel never
gets frozen so "'tight'' but what it car
turn when it has a call to "grind.'
This proved true on last Sunday, De
cember 30th, when the thermonetei
showed it was about the coldest (lay o
the season, Mr. Stanley Brooks of Lib
erty, route 3, and Mies Bettie May Gil
stl-ap of Liberty route 2, went awa;
(rem the old mii as man and wif'e an
looking as sweet as a "'June peach.'
T2he bridegroom is a grandson of Mi
and Mrs. Jason Brooks, of [ibort;
route 3, while his bride is the secon
daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. JIay Gilstrap
of Liberty route 2. Many congratula
tion. . B.
Married By J1. B. Newbery
Miss Cannie Simpson and Mr. Richar,
NI. Ferguson, D~ecemiber' 25th, of Pick
Miss Mattie Stewart and Mr. Ernes
Duncani, of Central route 4, Dec. 25th
Miss Lake Roper~ and Mr. Cless Whit
uicy. of Liberty, December 25tn.
Death of Mrs. 3. R Hendersor
Mrs. Margaret Wyatt IHenidersoni,
wvife of Mr. John it. Henderson, of th<
F'airview section, died at their home ir
Aderson county, six miles of soutt
taaley, on the morning of December 201,
after an illness of several days from tht
infirmities of age. She wvas about '7d
ban'1iid and nine children. as~ follows: L
R. H ende'rson, of insley; J1. C. and J1
.N. Henderson, of the TIhree anud Tw~enta
section of (Anderson county; R. W
Hlendlerson, of Hloneat Path; W. 1" an<
S. E. "Hlenderson, of Greenville; Mrs
W. 0. Pepper, Mrs. K. E. Aligood an<
Miss Essie Henderson, of Andersoi
county; also two sisters, Mrs. Mar'
Andrea, of Sandy Flat, Greenvilli
county, and Mrs. Josephine Hendricks
of Anderson county, besides a numnbe
of nieces and nephews in Anderson an
The funeral services conducted b
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
with LOCAL APPLIUATIONS, as the
cannot reach the seat of the diseas.
Catarrh is a local disease,. greatly int
fluenced by constitutional conditions. an.
in order to cure it you must take e
internal remedy. Ihail's Catarrh Met.
cine is taken intqrnaliy and acts thtri
the blood oa the miucoun surfaces of ti..
system. Hall's Caltarrh Medicine wa:
presCribed by one of the best physician:
mn this country for years. It is comn
posed of some of the heat tonics known
combined with some ot' the best-.bloo<
puriniers. The perfeot comnbinato n o
the ingr'edients In Hal l's Catarrli .MeI
elne is what produces such wouidertu
results in catarrhal conditions. Slendl to
F.J. CUIENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, C
aleaml Pills for constipation.
*if RU~ OyT PAIN '
jl with g l ofil liniment. That's
S . way to atop them
heb i rubbing liniment is
- ( Good/for the Allmentsiof'
L Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Good for your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
d Rev. ). W, Hiott, were held at Fair
view church, five miles south of Easley
on the 21st instant, and the body wn
laid to rest in the church cemetery there
Mrs. Henderson was a kind neighbor
ir an indulgent wife and mother, and
d noble christian, and her memory will h
n revered by her children rind many friend
e in the community.
From Pickens Route Three
. ('oo late for last week.)
-I clal th in this conmmuni ty is excel len
for the cold and snowy weather to b
(d so disagreeable.
(I Montvale schol has vacated for twc
e weeks on account of the Christmas holm
s days and snowy weather.
Y Re v. C. B. Atkinson filled his regula
appointments at Mountain Grove las
Saturday and Sunday.
A. Cannon and sons, Prince and Eu
gene, were in Easley on business las
Mr. and Mrs. McD. Chappell spen
Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. J. D
'1'. E. Porter has been very ill for the
pist few days. We hope him a speed:
Privates Wayman Chastain and Wal
ter Edons, of Camp Sevier, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with homefolks an<
were also visitors on this route.
Gain Cannon, of Rosman, N. C. visite<
. Mrs. Will Cantrell and son, Walter,
of Pickens Mill, are moving back t<
their old home place on this route.
We are glad to welcome them back.
I will close by wishing the editor an<
all readers a merry Christmas and F
happy New Year. BLUE EUES.
The Conspation Evil
There is no ailment to which the
body is subject that is so far reaching
in its injurious effects as constipation.
It means a congestion of the bowels
and usuall:: causes nick headache,
tpains in tho ack, sour stomach, sal
low complexion, offensive breath or
loss of appetite. When you sufYer
from any of these ill:, take a few
- doses of Granger Li.er Rte;mulatr.
You will be surpri;ed how quickly it
restores your normal iealt'. ranger
Liver Regulator conlhdns no caloamei
and produccas none of its dimrsiing
clfects, It has. however, all thet e.r
rectivo value of calomel, and n av be
freely given to children as well is to
adults. Granger Liver Regulater is
also free from alcohol. A bet of it
lasts long, and a few closes relieve or
dinary cases of biliousness. Granger
Liver Regulator is sold by druggists
everywhere at 25c a box. Refuse all
substitutes as there is no other medi
cine justlikeGranger Liver Regulator.
To) get vonr Seed Oaits, R ve an
ISa rh'y. Seedl will be ha rd to ge
later. If we can help yon we
will be glad to do so.
Plenty of Flour comiing ini ant
the pice~i right. Sal t will he hlar(
to get later. Iluty now. Feed:n
of all kinds. TFell us what voi
Morris & Company,
Porter's Pressing CluE
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered whe1
promised and the work is done by al
exeert. Work guaranteed.
bults pressed at 25c p~er nuit; cleaninj
and p~resnsing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $
suit. Special attention given to ladlies
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
~'At Porter's Barber Shop.
We are equipped to
Ihandle any kind of Job
Printing, and when It
comnes to Service, we
can only tefer you to
. our customers or ask .
tha~tyou give usatrial.
Notlicu isneom n, th1. column (Or ono cent a '
word fot Arrtian or oil and one-half ceet a word
for each 'il 'eaIuent inrtion
Wanted lu.--Good horse two
"dr three years old L. D. Gravley,
Piokens route 3. 86-1t
Lofet-Betweei Pickens and Green..
I Ville last Wednesday. December 26th, a
suit case containing ladies' black broad
cloth skirt, crepe de chine waist, child's
kimona and several dresses, and pocket
book containing more than $10. The
money will be given as a reward for re
turn of other things to The Sentinel
S. C. 35tf
gcost--Wednesday night, December
26th, t(etween Pickens and Easley, a
man's tan colored hat. Please return 4
to Sentinel office. ' 35tf
For alei-15-horse power steam 4
engine and saw mill, in good running
condition. Bargain. J. S. Finley, Pick
, ens route 4. 35 4
W satue(d-Sodawater clerk, prefer- 4
ably with some experience in drug husi- 4
,less. Sloan Bros., Greenville, S. C.
For Male--A bargain for $2 000. 70 4
acres of land in half mile ot Peters
Creek chutch and school. Fine timber,
water and 12 to 15 acres bottom. Terms
easy. C. E. Robinson, Pickens, S. C. R5
For Mnlc--At a bargain, 5-horse- Q
flower International gasoline engine,
mnounted; also corn and cob crusher and >
an automobile. A. A. Pace, Pickens. 31tf
F'or alie---28 acres of good land
No house; one mile of Wesleyan Col
lege. 84 acres, one mile from town 4
- limit. 18 acres good bottom land.
Plenty of timber. House not considered.
r E.L.Henderson, Central, S. C.
t Mouiey to Loan on Real Estate.
A. P. DuBose, attorney, 'phone 210, C
. Greenville, S. C. tf C
Notice of Sale
I will sell to the highest bidder for
cash all personal property of W. A.
3 Blassingame. )ate of sale, Tuesday,
January 8, 1918, S. W. O'Dell.
Stat f Citation
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By .1. B. Newbery, Probate Judge: -
Whereas, Mrs. C, G. Clark and Robert
Hendricksmade suit to me to grant them N
letters of administration of the estate
and effects of Edward Hendricks,
These are, therefore, to cite and ad- CS
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Edward Hendricks,
deceased, that they be and appear before
me, in the court of Probate, to be held at Inc
Pickens, S. C., on the 17th day of .Jan.,
1918, next after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, toshow cause,
if any they have, why said administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under any hand and seal this to
27th day of December, 1917. in the 142nd
year of sur Independence.
.1. H. Nnwnaay, (Seal)
35-2t J. P. P. C.
Tax Notice, 1917
i0ke..s. S . ('. r b r I, 1917
Tihe bodks l'or te ,ollectioni of State' iand
ml9i7. to ilcem,,her 31. 1917.
Thos' h, p~ i.~ refe r toi dii so Van~ jy int .1 nnu.
.t y 19118. wiith I 3er enit add Cit i al. Tose
oV pr1 .efer iayling in February, 1918, canl dio so
with 2 per centi -ia diititnal. Tose who prefer
i'tylitt I .1~ iarieb. 1918, to thle 15th of suii month
denn dii siob h.1 lung ani addlliinal 7 perF (ent.
A fler si dhute the books( will close.
N. Ii.- -Taxjanyers ownting properly or piaying
taCxes faor otiheri will plecase ask or tax reci C
ini eachl townsip lior speil school distriCt in
wvhich ht (Ir thtey mn'i) own) properly. Ti it.Is
very imiporltan a.s there tre so any schtool
diIs Clts. lTo'e whlo (d0 not whh to com to10C
thle 0111ce cit write mec. ntot Iater thani the 2.0th
.of D.ecembher, iiiiuel I ilunsh t hemn ith the
amoun1 tt due and they can pity me by1 heik,
ion ordear or registered mal. i f aamps arel
sent d o not semit above 2-centt dienominiatIon. as
C cnn not use thetm. Please do nt se.d mte icish
without registeringisamein, it is linble to get
Levy for State~ lax.... ..... ..... .... timlis
Levy ifor 'onistitaCutnia school ti . 3 ~mills -
l.evy for orilliiry counity tax.i ..1 mil
ievy for (outyiiC rond~ boind ..... .a. i.
To'tal levy... .......... ...... ...26inll
Speiai evesSCiOOl T.\. ,
specal lviesfor the followinlg dist rield
Sachool D)istrict No). I... .. ... i li
School Iistrli No. C... ......- il
School Dislrict No. 3 ........ n illk
School District No. I .at-.i.. m -i
Scahool 1ithIrictI No. n-...- -. mills.
School tlstrict No 6.. .. .. ... ta illis
5,-hool Itoitrict No 7 .. .. . .....- mIlb,
'Schooi l itict No. S .... . ...It mills
sihootal isirict No .... . .- ills
Sc.hoo lDiastrict No. 10. .... . 6 i
School listrhit No. ii..... ...... 11 m Ils
tSchool istrict No. IC..... ....6 imls. __
School DItstle No. I3 . . . . ... . 13kmis
Se c ol )istriact No. I4 .. . . ... uls
Schiooi District No. 17...... .. mils
I Sihool l)istrlel No. IS7. . .. ..1 mills
School listrict No. 19 .. . . inilis
School l)Iitrli No. 19.... . . .. mIlls.
School lilstrict No. 20 ... . . .... iiilhls
School DlitrIct No. C.... . .... tllis
School Ilistrict No. 2... .... .. tatnl1s
School Itstrict No, C;..-I .. .. . mills
iSchool District No. 24.. ... . .. 4 tatllis
I School D istrlcl No. 256 ..... . .. itnlihs
I Schoosl DtistrIct No. 26.. . .. ... t milils
ISchool Istorict. No. 28...... . mills
School Ilistrict No. 29........ 4 inllls
Sch~ool Dtistrict No. SI .. . ..... 4 ills
( Schnoo DtIstrict No. 81... . I.. 1 mill
[School ntistrict No. :1?....... I mis
, School Dtistrict No. 33... .....2 intllls
School lIstrict No. :1 .........1 mills
School Dtitrict No. 36 .. . .. i... mills
School Dtistrict No. 38 ..m.. . aills
.Schoo, 1Istrict No. 40.. ... .........mills
School Dih-trict No 41...... ... . ......itils
Schtooi Itrict No. -IC.... ... i
School Iistrict No. 413. . .....1..5 m l
School ilstrict No, 45..... ..... ..I mIlls
School ulstrict No. .in.... .-...... . mills
School District No. 47...... ....... :t m1lls
Schotol istritlC No. 45........ ... .4 tills
- School District No. 49 .... ........I imills
School Dilstrict No. 5l.......... ..4 mils~
School Dtistrict No. 52. ... . ' mIlls
Schoio) histrict, No. 55 .. ...... ... .4 mills
Schlti District No. 5. ...... ... ... mIlls
L.evy for iuterest of Plekeiis 1t. i1. bao iIs
ilutrriennetm township ............... ..tills
liastattoe township .. ...... .. ....:. mills
P'ickenis lownshin 2 mills
zeni from 21 to 60 years of age are linle exnept
Chose excused by law.
Comnuitntlolh ronid tax, onle dolla r undiil lf ty
(entS ($l.50). Al isale peersns f romaC 1 it o
nreO lIable except tose oxotused'by law.
CJapitaliti tnog TVax-All persons owning
dogs are required to pays a cpitation tax of
lift cents capIta.
' so wrting 'statements of thir tax will
OL[Afl 'T. IHTNTON,
Count lTY'reasutrer. k
FOR T \\E
JT IS NEEDI
I ciate, the li
the year just
OUR COUNTRY h
hope that the ye
that before the year
reign throughout th<
A GAIN THANKII
and with best w
Sole Agents for Wall
New Home Sewing M
inald( in Amersca. the2
otice To Debtors and Credi
A1 persons having clais agaimn
;ate of the late w. A. Biassing
ist present the same, duly -ry ven,
fore the 25th clay of J auiu y,
he debarred payment; atnd all lei
lebted to sai d estate must make
mt on or before the above date t.
riersigned. S. W'. O'DEIA
'ou can get The Sentinel 8 m
MS, SOUTH CAI
[TY YEAI(S we have be<
I we have always endear
'rity and fair dealing to gi
3 the best possible servic(
HESS for us to say that v
beral patronage given u.
passed, but for the past
as just passed through a very pros)
ar just coming in will be just as prosy
is ended this terrible wa will have
1G YOU for your friendship' and p.
ishes for health, happiness and prosy
Shoes, Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods
c Over and Godman Shoes, Carhart Over
achines, Chase City Buggies, Mitchell W
efore there are no better lines sold.
ors NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
ae State of South Carolina,
on or Pickens County. drea
1918, We, XV. C. hamilton and R. G. Pro 'osGieb uua gemn td2
tsonls Gains, by utua a greeen aRna 2ipr
th for valuable consideration, hereby fy t
tedissolve the partnership of Gaines m ou
and Hlamilton, and no act of either horn
-_ , of us w~ill bind the other. This the you
21st day of November, 1917. your
)nthBI (Signed,) R. G. GAINES. Cent
43. W. C. HAMILTON. Pick
eerely thank our
stomners for the
ar, and take thii
let you know t
1e and all a Haj
rouls New Year.
hardware & Gr
"ICKENS. S. C
en serving the
pored by hon.
ive our friends
re fully appre
3, not only for
perous year, and we
erous for you all and
ended and peace will
atronage in the past
erity, to one and all.
ails, Iron Kintz Stoves,
agons. No letter lines
hy will you suffer from the most
ded disease, when L-Rheumo has
en the greatest remedy for past
ears. Thousands of people testi
o its Wonderful Cures. T .i3 fa
s prescription should be in your '
e. Have it ready. Take it wvheni
feel that first pain. L-Rheumo is
friend. Ask--Central Drug Co..
S. C.; Pickens Drug Co.