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: GLASSES FITI
OUR regular Oj
next Monday, th<
glasses. He will
visit will be wort]
ciated by us.
N. B. A new stock of Sherwin
Paints, Stains and Varnishe
ceived. These are consid
about the best goods in the
Yours to please,
J. N. H4 LLlf
Tax Notice, 1917
)fice of County Treasurer, Pickens County,
Pickens, S. C., October 1, 1117.
The books for the collection1 of State 11nd
County taxes wilt be open from October Ci.
1917, to December 31, 1917.
Those who prefer t io 4l u 4ln paty in .4tan4.
ary, 1918, with 1 per tent 11111 lt(onl. 'IlI4e
who prefer paying in I'4bruary, It141, Pnn i1do 44
with 2 per cent n1iit4in11al. Thls4e who prefer
payitIg in March, 118, to t he talh of said u1rnth
cantied HQ by p111 1 ig 110 d(iti1 n4 I 7 pter teti.
After said dale the bonks will sltse.
N. I1.--''ax payers ownirIy proplert y or pay3it1
taxes for others will please ask for (ax receipit
in each township or specinI (hool (1i rict in
which ho or they 111n) own properly. Ih is is
very important, a4s lbre are are 11111y school
41 Itri('tS. ''hose who til not W111 to t'oms' I
the iliee ean wM ite m', 1o1 Ilter than the 2th
of 1eceIer, and 1 I ' ill furnish them wit 11 the
amount due n1(1d t'' ) ('yt pay mec by (h4e4k,
hone)y order or registet '10 1111. If tanips5 are'
1ent d I) lnot se(d 414h)v 2-('e1t1 det tr11111111t, as
I can not ee themn. 'lease do 2u4 n ltt.ill ' esh
without registerinig ,nme, ns it Is liale 1 t gel
lost: if enlt o1thetwi e it hn rt be el )0 e der'd
I.ovy for State tax .... .t.. .... . . m211 -
Levy for Constitution1)1(1school Ill nS . I illI
JLevy for ordinary ounty lIax . .I I ills
levy for eiounty roti bond2 . . ..... :aL mills
'otai le y -... -.......... ...... ...20 mis.
Special levies for the follow in: districts:
S'hool District No. I...... ... .. .. C m in I
Schooltlistrint No. k............... mills
hchool District No. 3 ...... .. .. ...R 1il1s
School District Noe. 4.-. - .... 4 mills
.chooj Ulstrivt o. . .. . . . 4 mills '
choo itrict o. . .......(1 tnilnI
School District No. 7.............. . u.. lls
I School District No. R...
School )s)rict No. 11..-.- .. . mIlls
i ._ 9211? 11f~t p 1', ... . 2 .... 1U m ll(
Reboot Itsttict No. 12........ .. 0 mills
School Dtstjtet No. 1 ...... ..... mills
School District No. 14 ..... ....! Itmils
School District No. 141......... . mills
School District No. 17- - ... . n mulu
iehool District No. i . .r mi
Sehool Distrtct \n. 19 .. ... 4 mlius
Chlool District No. 20 '' mills
HOhool DIslrb I No. 21 R mis
!)hool Distri'l No. 2 . i... .:ils
School I)isrie 1 No 2:1 . m 11(11:s i
S hool District No............ .4 m115
I .ch.ool 4l. tri t No. .._ mil15
2iOhool lDistrict1 No. 0......- ....i mIlls
School 1istric No414(. L'. .. 4 mgls I
>CIII114 trictl No. 21..........1 mIlls
11choo11l)Di1riet ?o, . l......... 21 dmu1Y
Shooil l)ietri(' No. ...........I inse
cholDitietNo. ' . .....6 mils
VolDistrict No. .7J .1. f milIls
Sln10 14) :ti 4 No. ;' . . . 2 milq
J ool lst.rict No. 40 .. ........f 0111n a
hi -tNo. 41x . 2 il
Matlio Bhrict No. 4 0 mi11lls
'MehooIl District No. 41 N mills
Hehiool DistrictI No. 42 i miillS
lSchool l)iatrIct No. 4: . 411mill
SChool lDistrict No. 45 . 4 : mIlis
tNihool ))latrict N4). 4(1 4 11 m11s
School lust41rict No. 47 ..' mi1lls
Ruhool DIstrict Nol. 444 . mills
School 1istric.t No. 424 . 11111ll
Hchool 1)14)riet No. 5) . . 4 mills
Sehool 1)istrict2 No. S...... .... .. 2)1mills
Levy for 112ter1e4t of Picketis24 H. 11. lionds;
flurricane townsh1ip .... .....i mills
1tAstatoe townhi 11411,.... .........t2% mIlls
Pickenls townshiO 0 mils14
Poll Is x 0otte dollar (SI 001. 1very male ct.
- on from l.'.to 0O years of age are liable except
those excused bylaw.
CommutatIon road tax, one dollar and4 fIfty
520nts. (9i.J1). Al itmale person~s from L'l to ro
are liablo except thosee xcused by law.
C'apitation D~og TIax.--AII persons ownhig
i4gite requilred to pay a capitation1 tax of
II8 Centa per capita.
Tose writing for ,4tatemnenta of their tax will
* please l:cIldo postHage.
OLA RI T. iM NTlON,
C.oun tTY Treas re r.
Try an advertisement in The Sentinel
ODOR OF PE]
MOVE AND P
TO WASH- and S
TO USE WITH
R, E. Lewis, Prop.Ph
tician will be here with us
11th, to examine and fit
arrive on first train. A
i while to you and appre
s just re
, Prop. & Mgr.
Help to Win the War
We can all help a little by raising
our supplies at home. Pickens
county helped last year and the re
sults are here to show Pickens
never had more of the necessaries
Our advice would be to try again
for a bumper crop of supplies.
May we figure with you on your
orris & Company.
Phone No. 36-Use It
Who Need Glasses
Railroad fare paid one way to our
Pickens Connty Patienrs
Who Purchase Glasses.
Eye exami2ned by specialists and
glasses made wvhilec you wait.
Kodnak Fibp Developed by
SThe Globe Optical I
Peident, See'y & Treas.
GEENVILALE, S. C.
NOTICE OF~ DISSOLUTION OF
State of South Carolina,
We, W. C. Hamilton and R. G;.
Gaines, by mutual agreement and
for valuable consideration, hereby
dissolve the partnlership of Gaines
and Hamilton, and no act of either
of us will bind the other, This the
21st day of November, 1917.
(Signed,) R1. G. G;AINES.
43. W. C. HIAMILToN.
WVIS & CO.)
'WOUND)S. TO CIHECK(
SPIRATION. TO RE- :
TERILIZE BED) INEN
CHIEFS USED in SiCK
[S ESPECIALLY FINE
LEWIS WHITE SALVE j
' of SOR ES and BUR NS.
R~ SALE BY
neC 24 Pickens, S. C.
Te city authorities have had somc
excellent work done dragging th
We hear that seven members of th
family of S. M. Jones of route 6 hav
-Mrs. Ora Mauldin and Miss Franci
Mauldin were shoppers in Greenvill
J. L. Thomas, a substantial citizei
of Murphy, was at the county seat o
John Wilson of Camp Jackson, Co
lumbia, spent the week-end with hi
parents near Liberty.
Most good citizens of Pickens count
read The Sentinel. All of them ough
to read it. Subscribe today.
R. E. Yongue, who is attedding Fed
oral court at Greenwood as a petit juror
spent Sunday with his family here.
Mrs. J. P. Carey, .Jr., is on a visit t
friends in Miami, Fla. Mr. Carey ac
companied her as far as Jacksonville.
Ex-Magistrate Henry Williams o
Peters Creek, has bought a large farin
in Greenwood county and moved there
Miss Mae Jones, a teacher in the
Roanoke school, spent the week-en(
with the family of W. C. Keith nea
Mauldin Lesesne, a student at Wof
ford college, visited the family of hi:
iunt, Mrs. W. T. McFall, in Pickens
Frank Kirksey, who recently accepted
n position as street car conductor ir
Greenville, spent Sunday with home
folks in Pickens.
Sanders Partridge, of Norcross, Ga.,
has been visiting his sister. Mrs. G. R.
Hendricks, and brother, Troupe Par
tridge, in Pickens.
Eyervbody interested in a Sunday
chool at Oolenoy are requested to meet
it the church next Sunday, when one
vill be organized.
John Chastain of Camp Sevier is
pending several days with his father,
. B. Chastain, of the Holly Springs
ection, who is seriously ill.
Louie Thornley, a member of Uncle
am's navy and at present stationed at
%orfolk, is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Wrs. John L. Thornley, in Pickens.
A little stranger boy came to the home
)f Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Anderson of
Pumpkintown about two weeks ago.
['hey have decided to keep him and call
Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Cantrell and wife
were visitors in town one day last week,
Mr. Cantrell helped to build the build
ing now occupied by The Sentinel an
is a good friend of the paper.
Folger & Thornley's advertisemen
this wveek is especially interesting t<
farmers. All who are familiar with thi
situation seem to think as Folger, Thorn
ley & Co. about the fertilizer situation
M~any frienda in Pickens of Rev. I,
E. Wiggins, who is now stationed a
Columbia, were glad to see him her
last week when he raxn up from Easle
and Rpent a few hours, ie came t
Easley to officiate at the Anderson-Ilo
royd wedding, the bridegroom being
nephew of Mr. Wiggins.
Trhe pupils of the P'ickens high schoc
are arranging to publish a school papei
It will be called The Eagle and will lb
issued monthly. Many of the mor
progressive schools have papers writtc
'ty pu pil s and it is great training f<
them as well as benefit for the scho
and town. It is expected to place tI
paper in every home in Pick ens ar
business mnen wil be asked to advertis,
J. K. Lewis, ai native of Pickei
county, died at his home in Leasburj
Mo., Jlanuary 12, 1918. Mr. Lewis wi
horn in this county .January 6, 1845, ar
lived here until he entered the Confel
erate army and served thruout the wa
In 1871 he wven tto M issouri and marrie<
Ie is survived by his widow and si
children. A. 13. L~ewis of Pickens count1
is a birother, and Mrs. N. D. Parsoi
and Mrs. J. M. Porter, also of th
county, are his sisters.
In the paragraph intimating that Jc
might have lost his patience if he hie
ever tried to get I-:asley over the teli
phone line from P'ickens which appearc
in The Sentinel last week we dlid n<
mean to imply that the Pickens "'central
operators were to blame for the liri
being busy all the time. We alwa3
have a good word for the good work <
OUR' splendid operators, who are not onl
eflicient, but sweet-tempered and a<
(ommodlating and give the best servic
possible under the circumstances. The
are the best in the state. TJhe unsatih
factory service between Easley an
Pickens evidently is caused by lack c
the telephone com pany to furnish nece.
WV. H., Rigdon
William H arrison liigdon died sudderi
ly at his home in the Ambler section o
Pickens county last Wednesday night
February 6i. The. cause of his deathi
not definitely known, as he lived onl:
about an hour after being stricken 'ani
dlied before a doctor could be secured
Mr. itigdon was a Confederate soldie
andl served thruout the entire period o
war. lie wvas a goodl citizen, a gooi
nieivlhbor and member of the Baptis
churc-h. ie is survivedl by his widow
who was Miss Mary Simmons befor<
ma~Jrrb't'- and t he following children
Mirs. Hob HIu nt.s Me ssrs. N'ormian Field:
and lioh ltigdlon.
Fuea serv~ices wen- 1'conduilcted a
)oleiio t urchl Tlheri:dav by !W'v..I. I
Acetyline Gas Plant
En goo(d condit.ion, with fixtures
fot a 12 roomii house. Cheap.
Wait to sell on account of elec
tricity being installed.
Write or see t
Ralph Ramseur, Central, S. C.
125-acre farm 8 miles from Central; 4
$150 worth of wire fencing; two houses; a
place has made 26 bales of cotton; run
- ning water, good neighborhood, on pub
3 lie road, near church and school, plenty
of timber. One of the greatest bar- I
gains ever offered here.
Ask E. L. Henderson, Central, S. C.
Notices inserted to this eolitnn for one cent a
wori for ilrst insertiotn aiud oie-half celit a word
for each Mtibsetientt inwrtiotr
Sounetisme ago I loaned my copy r
of "Ramsey's History of South Caro
lina," but have forgotten who got it. o
I would be pleased to have it returned.
Mrs. W. T. Field, Pickens route 1. 42 n
14F0.' Sale-One family horse, sound,
I gentle and will work anywhere. Abso
lutely guaranteed. Will sell cheap for -
quck sale. See or write inc for par
ticulars. T M. Norris, Central, S. C. 41
Fo' Rent --1 have two crops to rent,
upland and bottom land. Will furnish
stock if desired. M. J. Welborn, phone
2303, _Pickens, S. C.
Fo' Sale--Good brood mare and fi z
months old horse colt, good qualities.
Would sell colt separate. Good reason
for selling, John Watson, Pickens
route 5. 42
For 4ale--About50 acres good tim
ber land, about 12 miles from Pickens.
Extra fine timber. Would exchange for
small farm. John Watson, route 5, 42
For iale-One 8x10 steam engine
for cash or will trade for Ford touring
car. A. J. Eskew, Central, S. C. 43
Busnel. Rean.-We want to buy
your bunch beans. Pickens Drug Co.
For Sale.-Good bay mare, eight
years old, Kentuckian, weighs about <
1,000 pounds, work anywhere. .J. T. <
Chastain, Pickens, R. 2.
Wanted-To buy all varieties of
peas and cane seed, highest market <
price paid. Warehouse at P. & N. De
pot. Dixie Flour and Grain Company,
Greenville, S. C. 42
Money to Lonas on Real Estate.
A. P. DuBose, attorney, 'phone 210,
Greenville, S. C. tf
For Male.--30 acres fine practically
level land 11 miles city limits of Green
ville on top soil road, near schools and
churches; } mile to small R. R. station;
1 mile to Interurban station; good clay
subsoil. A fine proposition for a small
subdivision or a nice home. Small five
room house and spring. Cheap at $200
per acre. G. A. Ell is, Greenville, S. C.
Phone 1645. 41.
.MOoy to Loan oR Farm Lands,_
a We are in pooition to let you have
y money on farm lands at '7 per cent in
a terest; 5 and 10 years' time. Also short
. time loans at 8 per cent. See us quick.
a8if McSWAIN &CRIAG,
Oneotice of Forfeiture.
e OeMule, one Horse, two (2) lHug
e gies, two (2) sets Harness and (2) Lap
n robes having been seized from James S.
ir Ilarlow, Thomas James, \V, ,J. Wilson
>l and James F. Monroe for violation of
e Section 3296 R. S., 13 miles Northwvest -
d of Pickens, near Sun Set Post 0f11ce, in
. Pickens County, South Carolina, notice
is hereby given that any pci-son claim
m ig same must give bond to the Collee
tor of Internal Revenue on or before
the first day of March, 1918, or said
property wilt be dleclared forfeited to
the United States.
- ~SAM M. CnAm;,
-43 D)eputy Colletor.
x - - - ---- - -
a Porter's Pressing ClubI
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, A!
b - tering, Etc.
. Suits are sent for and delivered when.
d promised and the wvork is done by an
t expert. Work guaranteed.
b uits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
e and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
s suit. Special attention given to ladies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
S At Porter's Barber Shop.
- Why will you suffer from the most
f dreaded disease, when L-Rheunmo ha.
,proven the greatest remedy for past
m 25 years. Thousands of people testi
fy to its Wonderful Cures. This fat
I mous prescription should be in your
.home. Have it ready. Take it whenI
you feel that first pain. L-Rheumo is
your friend. Ask--Contral D~rug Co.,
I Central, S. C.; Pickens Drug Co.,
Pickens, S. C.
lI gh o'no. 11l)n. G. Ilog could1 be (lee
ted( t . alt: t anmv ofl he wanted(.
afnieted with an old fever sore as 1
d troubles which were consider
rable. During the several weei
ring his feet and legs were wet e
as water gathered an&,he notice
this water turned a reddish colp
sed by mixing of water with the ve1A
)eculhar looking mineral, almost likes
'der, which had apparently laid far
turies encased in a marble-like cas
of rock and clay.
e sore on his leg began to heal andi
~he time his work was completed bid
was sound and well. This was con
red so very remarkable by the peo
of that section that an investigation
made mid it was found to be like
rum, gold, platium and other won.
as secrets of nature--a natural corn
nd containing inimitimable propertie3
roportions no chemist has attempte4
luphicate though a large sum waii
red he who could accomplsh this.
oday, like radium, which is used in
ing cancers, x-ray work, and ilium.
:ing watch dials, so Acid Mineral has
many uses being a remarkable rem
used externally, or internally and
one troubled with blood diseases
ptions, rheumatism, kidney, bladdeI
tomach disorders of any sort may
sly visit the nearest store and pro.
3 a bottle. A twelve ounce bottle
t prepaid on receipt of $1.00 by the
rodine Chemical Corp., Roanoke.
or. send stamped envelope witIh
er telling what your trouble is for
er telling more about this great iro
paration, Acid iron Mineral.
Feather TIE CUTTIGN
Haul your ties to Pick
pot of each place you
pay you cash for your
you are doing YOUR
Railroads must run to
ATION of a Railroad.
. . 60c
. . .45c
DING TIME TABLE NO. 16
i. No.32 o. No.6
s Ar* 0. A.MI 1.45 P. MI 5.00 P. mn
on x .55 "1.40 "4.55 "
'B x ~.50 " 1.35 "4.45"
x 9.40 " 1.30 "4 35"
n x .35 "; .2; 4.30"
1,v. .30 "_1.5_"_.25 _
ajilway train Nos. '29 and 4'r
R?.ailway trains Nos. 39 au4
thorn Ry. tramn No. 11. A)'
Iroad ~omI)pan y. For furthe.
R, Glen. iMgr,, Pickens, S, 0.
VlcSwaini & Craig
:aice in State and Federal Court
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
10 to Build
of cotton, bushel of wvheat
ow. It t-akes only about
the same am)ount of lum
ht time to buiy is when you
iuLIally reasonlablo pr ice,
r. Let us supply your needs
E & LUMBER CO.
VIAN MAKES DIS
)wner of Land Made j
Rich, Digging Ditch E"h
Cured of Tena- *a"1
cious Disease i:n
TORY A ROMANCE I
'eopie With Stomach, Kidney,
Blood, Rheumatic or Skin 'n I
Affections Relieved offe
Acid Iron Mineral (non-alcoholic, na- its
ural iron) is taken from a great de- edy
osit found upon a poor farmer's place any
ear Hickory, Mississippi, and the story erufthsgetitofnur',wchre
f this great gift of nature's, which or
iade the farmer rich and the medical wis
World richer, and makes it possible for cur
eople to quickly treat stomach, diges- sen
on, kidney, blood and rheumatic corn- Fer
laints at home, makes interesting read- Va.
An old man while digging a mill race fok
n the horn Farm, ran across it. lie pre
ITH the coming of good
and HAULING begins.
ens or Walhalla. At the de
will find a man to grade and
ties. Making ties now mean
BIT to win the war, for the
do it and ties are the FOUNI
First Class Ties
Second Class Ties
lIME TABLE NO. 17, SUPERCEI
No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 Dis. Statior
.55 A.m I11.20 Anm 3.40 P.M Lv. 0 Picker
.00 11.25 " 13.45 1 Forgw
.10 " 111.35 " j3.50 "' 4 Parsoi
.15 " 11.40 " 3.55 "7 Arialii
1.20 "11.46 " 41.00 " 8 Mauld
1.25 " 11.60 "' 4.10 " Ar. 9 E~agle.
x No agent.
No. 1 ~onnects with Southern ]i
Nos. 3 and 4 connect with Southern
12. Nos. 5 and 4 connuect with Sol
~xpress handled by the Pickens Ral
nformation apply to J. T. TAYLC2
MIAl1TIN & IIFcNity
reneral Practice of Law,
GJREE1NVILL~E, S. C. Frai
The Right Tin
Never before wvould your pound
or corn buy as much lumbler as ni
half as much farm produce t~o buy
ber' now as it did in 1914. TPhe rig
can uet Standard Value at an i
T1hat time is nowv if in need of lumb(
Phone No. 12 - PICKENS,
Irv an Adverdisme