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Of. Interest to Farmers
Farmers who wish to buy nitrate of soda from the s
government at cost must place their orders before Feb- 9
ruary 4th. The price is $75 a ton, and the freight from ni
Charieston. Orders may be placed with any of the fol- *
lowing gentlemen: T. A. Bowen, county agent; W. W. h
Robinson, Easley; T. R. O'Dell, Liberty; E. W. Tate, Nor- f
ris; Earl Seaborn, Central; A. M. Morriss Pickens. c
' .f ra
V onohram qae n or
Scrbr The ces-ntinel
of icknsConty to beasu-. ~ l
: ~~~ ~ ~ " prnigfoihsnwolk
Mrs. Emma James, wife of Mr. G
James, died at her home at Liberty
C., on Wednesday, January 9th, abou
o'clock. She had been stricken wit
ralysis on the Saturday preceding an
ver recovered. She was a daughte
Mr. Reuben Arnold and was reare
ar Central, S. C She is survived b
r husband, one brother, M'. Andre'
mold, and several step-children. Th
neral occurred at Mt/ Zion churci
antral, on Thursday, of which she wa
member. She was 54 years of age
Two grandchildren of Mr. Jame
row died at his home in Liberty las
Edith May Redmond, daughter of M1
id Mrs. Holbert Aiken, died on Frida
mnuary 4, 1918. She had been sic
out three days with measles an
embranous croup. She was buried c
aturday. She was aged 14 months.
On the following Tuesday, Januar
1918, Ruby Aiken, daughter of M:
id Mrs. Ernest Aiken, passed awa
Eter an illness of about five days <
castes and pneumonia. She was bor
ugust 10, 1916. The funeral was hel
the house on Wednesday at 1 o'clock
nducted by Rev. John C. Bailey, an
ie body was laid to rest in the Libert
otice to Debtors and Creditor
All persons holding claims against th
tate of the late J. D. Duncan mus
esent the same, duly proven, o
before the 8th day of February, 1918
be debarred payment; and all per
ns.indebted to said estate must mak
yment on or before the above date t<
rs. Veda Duncan.
Mas. VEDA DUNCAN,
otice To Debtors and Creditors
All persons having claims against the
Late of the late W. A. ilassingame
ist present the same, duly proven, on oi
fore the 25th day of January, 1918,
be debarred payment; and all persons
lebted to said estate must make pay
mt on or before the above date to the
dersigned. S. W. O'DELL,
The time for taking returns for
:al year 1917, will open the first
y of January, 1918, and will close
th February, 1918, after which
w 50 per cent. will be added, as
)vided by law for non-returns.
Pumpkintown, Thursday, Jan. 24,
Holly Springs, Thursday, .Jan. 24,
Antioch, Friday, 'Jan. 25, fore
Shady Grove, Friday, Jan. 25
Mile Creek, Saturday, .January 26th
Prater's, Monlay, Jan. 28, after
Six Mile, Tuesday, Jan. 29.
Croswell, Wednesday, Jan. :0, til
o'clock p. m.
HENRY A. TOWNES.
Dec. 19, 1917. Auditor.
Tax Notice, 1917
i... ..f Conly 'rest..r. .iken.. Coi .. y
Phe bjooks for the colleet bon of Stale am
unty taxes will h~e opeun from (October 1.3
,t o lceem ber U1. 1917.
'hose whoi p refer to '0 so cott jaty ill .hinit1
f1918, with1 I per cent nettlitlina1. Thios
io prefer payling in Icl''rnarv, 1918.'ent i lo
thl 2 pier (' ent1(4 Inhiita. Tit1o.%e1 who pre~fe
ying in Mlarch, l9I8, t the 15th of slia ino 1101.|
t cll Sl by payinig an) nlttlitionll 7 per ceni
ter itl claite the books willI close.
. II..-axpal~yers. own Inlg property orI pay31Ill
Ces for it hers willI please0 ask t'or tax re(ei
chl' toship oir specil 5t'hool 41ilstrt ie
tiIhI hie 4r they )t Owln piroplerty. TIh isi
ry Illupiortatti. nts there are so manily schonc
trl i4t'. Those( who tio nolt w'1i i (0 com t
olbige ('*nt write Ilue, not Iater ltan the 2011
,ney ordier or registeret 1)1 mii. If stamps ) lnr
it dii niot steii abiove 2 4een1 t (ienominn 1111t1. a
411 not1 use1hn. P e leI Iaiseo ot se:<1 meI 11ns,)l
11h41n1 reglstering SamelI. 1ns it is ltible to ge
:if st (itherwise It mout hIe a1t senter'
vy for State tax ................ ....1, miill
I)y for 'l'ostitutIlsc1 4lholnx . 3 ~mIll
vy~ for on~linry' counity Iix .... I mill
Tot l evy...1113 iiib414......... ... ..2 mil
Lpecia l1 ev ies for Ilhe foll ow Iing 11151riets;
hool I)IstrictI N . . - -- - - -. . 2 mill1
hool l~isti let N...........- ..... 1)1m1
hool4 lii iet No. ..... . .)11ig
hool I l.it rict No. 1 .. .. . .. ..6 m111
hool1) 1)11.trict No. -- -- --- . I mill1
hool) 1)1striet No. 8---- --. Il m1)11
hool) 1)istrilet No. '1 .. -. ..... 2 1n
holol lustriet No. It. ... . . ... i; mil
hoo4l D)istrict NoI I.......I. 7': mill
hool4) Dis1trict No. 1-'... .. .t' mill
hool) Distjtiet No. I3 . ... .. b Ill
hol4)) Distrit No. 14 .... . s mu
hool) Illstrict No. I0.-- ---- ...ll
hoo41 lDistrict No. I7 ... ..11 1.111
hiool Pl jerit NI) 18----.--.--.......otmib
hloiol 4)1i4t1et No. 19.--- . .. . I mil
hool1 1)istrict No. 2 .. ... . .... - mill
h))41Iel Dtrict No)........ .........8 mill
hool) District No(. ---..-.....11)mi;
1)4)0 District No~ I.---............ m1ir
huool Dihstrict No. 211..................lill
ho4l 1)1striet NI). 241--.-. .. 1)mil
hool0 Di1st rlet No. 2..-.--.-...... 11)mil
honol 1)istriet No. 28. ...-.-.-.....I mil
hool Di1st rIct No 29.............I 1)n11
Ihool D)Istrict No. 3S-..--..-.-. .. mil
hool Di1st rIot No. 32-.--.--. ...1 mll
hiool Ist rict No. :|n. ... . . . .:.,.ut;
buoni Ilstrict No.3..--.......1I i il
hiooI District No. 361.... ........8 mui
htool Ilstrict No,. 2- ..........6 mi111
hiool District No. :i8..-.--...--.... il
hiool Ditstrict No. 41.. ... ......... m
hoo01 District No. 42...... ......... I il
htool Di1st rIc No. 4:.---.--....... 11mi1
1h001 DIstrict No. 441 . . I m1)1
hool1 D)strict No. 45........mi.t1)1
hoot tnlstrict No. 418.......mi.t1111
hiool lDiktrict No. 417.......... mil1
hiool DistrIct No..48........ - 1)m1
1)1)0 D)Istrict No. 49.......... ...imil
hlool District No,. 5....... ." mH
h1o00 Ilstrict NI). 541..... .. I mll
l~evy for Iiterest of lekenls 11. II. homb,;k
LIrriennle to~wnshil ------........... 3m
ekens tolwnshhI~ 2 miit
Poll1 tatx one) dOllar ($l t0l. liverv -Iniie elt
n from 21 14) COA years of age lare Illhble ('ece
4)5e excuIseIIlby l.
' lOmhtltioni roni1 tax, 01ne d10114r ni)01 tif
nts ($2.50). All male piersons troll 24 to
e lhtlIe except, thlose exctusedl by hiiw.
I 'ailtatiton Ilog T'ax.--- All persons ownhi
.p. areO requieo tro pay~lVI ('I Initation) ta I)
I y 4cents pejIr Ca iltn.
lThos.e writio luor s4ttemen lt - 411' thetr tax wI
i.Ii ii.1 nElle poist~gr.
:,1 hll 'eat. Fr
TELLS WHAT G
Carpenter Forced to Bet
With Rhuematism ai
Him Down, Finds
Having No Alcohol in It Claim It
is Better and Stronger and Much i
k Cheaper Blood Medicine.
BOTH HUSBAND AND WIFE
WRITE GLOWING TRIBUTi
November 5, 1917.
n "Dear Sils: My husband suffered
d from rheumatiem and sciatica for about.
one year so awfully bad that 1just can't
d describe his awful suffering. We had
Y doctors to tend him but nothing except
the morphine they gave him eased the
~ awful pains. When he began breaking '
S out with boils and sores he would itch l
e so bad he woul-1 almost scratch to the <
t bone. I thought sure he would die,"
writes Mrs. A. B. Williams. !
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1 -
suit. Special attention given to ladies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
Telephone No. 38
Sale If you need!
? in and see;
UR AIM is to n1
best in our hist
the largest by
Ione month since we ha'
'figures, but you must admit ti
crease in our business, and we
store at all times and find the
you to do your Christmas sho
every d1erartmrent of our store d(l r
year, We have them in great va
now. However', we advise you
specials in this advertisement.
L. L. SHEETiNG
36 inches wid1e goodl heavy~
grade, today's price at the mills 5
is 16 1.2 poents. We bough't t his
b lefore theladvance and( our p)rice
is 15 ren1ts vard.
(Good <iualit v ChiflTon finish.
will not break spithf, black only,
great value at $1.25 Per yatrd.
\ \l()SK.EG GlNGUA M
(Guaran te colors, worth 200c
tO or g5 d. Our' pr1ice 15c. (Not. V
ove 20' va rds to a customer.)
5 lhai [full full sized cake's best 1)
Lamulh v Soa p, value oni toda v's
Inaark:-t :15c, our prIice is '25c.
( ( )TTION C Hf ECKS u
today at the vard 11('.$
Ml'EN'S GR AY SOX f
AVE dilM RELII
TISM IN BED TI
Land Unable to Work
id Sciatica Pulling
Relief by Taking
orm of Iron
her husband, who suffered the dread- o
ul torture of rheumatism in its worst v
orm writes: "I suffered from rheuma
asm for two years and was confined to l
ny room for three months. I tried
verything. The sufi'ering was so se
ere I thought I was forever done with
vork. I tried everything I and my
friends could get, but it looked like I
was done with business and work for
the balance of my life. It struck me
worst in the small of my hack and in
the left leg," continued Mr. Willims.
'By chance he heard of what iron w il
lo for pleolle with blood and system full
>f uric acid and the kidneys not acting
-ight. ie bought a bottle of Acid iron
Mineral, obtainable at most drug stores.
['his is the highly concentrated natural
>roduct of a mineral deposit of me
licinal iron. It is stronger and being
oncentrated is more ecomical, a few
Irops in a glass o'f water being a full
1141I'. MII 1r . 1. . 1. hi hN yl
MARTIN & HENRY
eneral Practice of Law,
G If EENVIL LE, S. C. I
The Right Til
Neve' before would y'our1' Iplur
Or coUrn buiy as much lumbher as
half as mulch tarm) pro(iuce to b
)('r 1(0w as it (did in 191.1. ''h i
can kelt. Sitandard Value at. an
That I ime is now if in need of Inn
PICKENS MERC ANTI
Phone No. 12 - PICKEN
BOLT & Cl
lake the month of
ory. Our busines
nore than a thousar
re been in business. You mai
lat there is a reason for this
give same goodls for less mnc
goods you want at the price y
ppimg with us as we will have
nig this moniith. I 2I, your' CThisIi
riety. You1 wil have no t r'oublel
(I COM NE E A RLYV bef ore the st
L ar'ge 10-4 Cotton Blauiiket
1.50 h valu for SI1.0S0.
(1lors at $1.25 andl $1.50.
LAI)lES' SATI'N SKIICITS
Lad1ie'I Ilhav VV-;hlin Sk.ir'ts, e
a luei, i spec(ia1Il at 8598.v
MATl'i SPEC IAL y
:1 boxes (1200) or about 200
-ort h for 10c.
('REX Al'T SQUARE ,
9x 12 pre'tty line of patterns,(
412-PIECE D)INNER SET
Blue Bird Pattern, in a genm
ine first (qualit~y China, the
'gular price of these sets are s
7.50 buIt~ you cani buy one here'
turing the miot} of December'
>r' only $4.98.
MEN'S WOOL SOX
Good1 hea vy grade. wort 35c~s
air, our price is 215'.
E T4IO"ULW (M
[IREE MONTH S
se. lie took it regularly a short while
Id now read what he says:
"I bought a bottle of A-I-M and be
re I finished that I savwI was getting
atter. I took three bottles and by the
me I had finished them I was as well
s I ever was. I was relieved of the
ther troubles too and feel now like I
we a debt of gratitude to you people
rho put it up. I am sixty-three years
id and back at work every day and be
eve that rheumatism is banished com
letely and forever from my eystem,"
aid Mr. Williams. His wife said:
"1 heard of Acid Iron Mineral and
ot a bottle for my husband and by the
ime he had used one bottle he was
eally well. You can see of what value
t is to me. lie is now well and back to
v'ork. I wish I had more sIpc to tell
'ou mo' hout low thankful I am for
or Acid Iron Mineral," Charlotte C.
I., Va.. [lox 2d.
This glowing statement corrobrated
by both husband and wife testifies elo
iiuently to the power of the concen
trated iron as bottled, tested and put
out under the Ferrodine Chemical Corp.
trade mark "A-I-M. Most druggists
have it. Get a bottle today.
J ... M(Sw. A SAM U. CRAIG
Gre env ie, S. C. 'ickeni, S. C.
McSwain & Craig
'ractice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
me to Build
u( of cotton, )ishel of wheat
mow. It takes only about
ny the same amount oflum
ight t iO to buy is when you
unusually reasonable price.
i)er. L't Us supply your needs
[LE & LUMBER CO.
S, SOUTH CAROLINA
December 1917 the
or November was
d dollars than any
y not be interested in these
>henlomenal growth and in
iney. You can come to this
ouI want to pay. It wvill pay
a lot of special bargains in
nas gi fts~ be useful articles this
in miakin1g your gift sele.ation
ok ikPil over. Read~( the
Olh:A NI )M A'S WASHING
'The la rgest size b)oxes, 5 boxes
IfIEAVVT\ OltA'\Y M''OITLED
WVorth 20c (every where. 'We
1 nItractedI early and in .large
nantities and ouri price is 15lc
SA DIES' & GliEN'Tl'lE1MEN'S
$2.98, $3.98 aiind $4.98. These
nake mos, 'excellent Xmas
AXM INIST'l'Fl WOOL ART
9x12 value $15.00, Pretty de
in.ns, price, $12.50.
IAIL OltDERS PROMPTLY
'ILLED. WE PAY POST.
O(E ON ALL OUR GOODS
GXC EPTI SOA P~ & M ATVCHES