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,(Continued from last week)]
Clovie Gilstrap, J. 0. Hudson,
W. J. Baker, J. M Entriken,
J. A. Roper, T. A. Stew-Art.,
McD. Farmer, J. *M. Garrett.,
D. E. Garrett,lW. E. Stephens,
J. A. Crew, Mrs. M. E. Alexan
der, Genie Alexander, W. Oalvin
Keith, J. T. Massingill, Mrs,~J.
R. Morgan,. Mrs L. C. Thornley,
E. C. Simmons, J. M. Gillespie,
Jr., Bowen Parsons, A. G. Bow
en colored, Mrs. Clarice Porter,
Mr. and Mrs. F.'ank McFall,
Frances and Rosa McFall, Jas.
Massingill, Nora Gilstrap, T. W.
Townes, J. B. Fervuson, W. T.
Boven, Mrs. Vesta McFall, 1.
M. Bolding, Dr. F. S. Porter,
J. B. Brazeale, H1. M. Ellenburg,
A. D. Mann, Mrs. A. D. Mann,
Bethel, Ethel and Eleanor'Mamn,
J. R. Massingill, I. C. Few, E.
0. Stephens, E. D Childress,
J. R. Morgan, Thos. Welborn,
J as. W. Harper, Dr. R. Kirksey',
B. B. LaBoon, Luther Gilstrap,
J. G, Freeman, J. H. Banks,
W. H. Simmons, T. A. Simmons
Mrs. L. P. Sinimons, S. J, Sim
mons, B. R. Kirksev col., S. H.
Brown, W. Westfield Brown,
E. C. Chappell, Miss Ora McFall,
Miss May McFall, J. W. llen
dricks, W. F. Simmons, Mrs.
Carrie Simmons, J. E. Boggzs,
Mrs. J. E.. Boges, Miiss Grace
McDaniel, Bivens & Co., J. J.
Chastain, Edward Brazeale,
G. W. Blackstone, G. . Hen
drix, W. R. Cantrell, L. H1.
Bowen, Win. Candler, R. 11.
Baker, Mrs. R. H. Baker. Earle
Baker, C. E. Robinson, Mrs.
Kate R. Carey, B. F. Alexander,
J. A. Finley, 1). T, Alexander,
Mrs. A. G. Bowen, col., Will T.
Freeman, R. L. Henderson,
G. C. Bolding, A. B. Looper,
W. G. Medliii, G. N. Garrett,
A. B. Cantrall, S. P. Freeman,
Ola Pitts, Miss Cora Porter, C.
S. Dalton, May Jones, W. 13.
Jones, E. H. Craig, Mrs. B. C.
Baker, A. J. G*ravelev, WV. R.
McKinney, Mrs. J. L. Valley,
G. TP. S. Fei'guson, J. A. Morrell,
W. H. Chastain, J. F. Partridge,
J. W. Head. -__
THROUGH KEO WEE BANK.
T. D. Harfri's,.Mrs. Kate Carey,
S. A. S. Porter, A. M. Morris,
Mrs. R. C. Gantt, Mrs. Ben T.
Day, TP. A. Seawright, C, C.
Porter, S. B. Craig, J. M. Gilles
pie, Mrs. Mary Gillespie, L. B.
Boggs, W. B. Aligood, Mrs. B.
TP. lcDaniel, Miss Alice Thomp
son, Pearl Sutherland, A. C.
Ti he following letter was received by
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cannon from their son
Will write you all a few lines to let
you know that I am getting along fine.
Hope that-this will find you the same,
Well, we have changed our country. It
sure is a'fine place over here. All of
the house are built out of roek and
cement. I haven't seen any wooden
houses on this side. We can't under
stand a thing the French people say.
I haid the measels wvhile.I was on the
transport coming over but I am feeling
fine now. Tell all my people I would be
delighted to hear from them. 1 want,
you to send ma a letter a week for I
want to hear from dear 01(1 Pickens
county. Tell the girls I can't write to
them this time but will write later.
Tell grandpa I would like to hear from
him and to know how old Birownie is,
There is plenty of nice cattle here and
they turo all a dark red color. I would
like -to be there to go hunting, but I
have a little business over here to at
tend to first. I will close as my lettera
are censored and I can't write much. I
will be home when we lick the Kaiser.
Your loving son,
Prvt. James P. Cannon.
.Co. K. 53rd. Pioneer Int. A. E. F.
Because the railroads are necea ror
mnore serious work, present indications
.aro that the circus will not makce Its
.nppearanco this year, arA pierhapsp not
sintil the bIg circus is ended Over'
Isn't it possible that some of the Peo-j
ple who are worrying over army mor
Jals could do more good to humanity by!
- dircectng the same amount of energy to!
oth~er channels in which it might be~
Farmers Who Have Their Own Corn
Ground Into Meal or Corn Flour
Will Not Be Required to Purchase
Wheat Substitutes With Wheat
Flour if They Secure Millers' Cer.
tifloates and Surrender These to
Colu-mbia.--Under the rules of the
Food Administration now in effect, un.
der which four pounds of wheat flour
may be purchased to one pound of
Substitutes, known as the 80-20 rule
thin substituting the 50-50 rule-farm
ers may purchase flour, in this propor.
tomn upon the surrender to their deal.
ers of millers' certificates. The Food
Administration has again authorized
the use of Millers' certificates, and
county food administrators have been
notified to this effect by Williai 101.
liott, Federal Food Administrator for
The farmer may, for instance, take
his corn to the mill and have it ground
into either meal or corn flour (<not
hominy or grits), secure a miller's cer
tificate showing the number of pounds
of corn or corn flour ground, take this
certificate to the retail dealer 'In flour,
surrender it to him, and buy from the
dealer four pounds of wheat flour for
each pound of corn flour or corn meal
he has had ground, as shown on his
certificate, without purchasing addi
tional substitutes with his flour.
The only wheat flour substitutes
which retailers may require their cus
tomers to accept in buying wheat flour
under the rules of the Food Admin
Istration at present in effect, are corn
flour, corn ineal or barley flour. If
the farmer has his own corn gr ound,
and agrees to use such substitutes,
and has his miller's certificate to show
for it, he is not required to buy addi
tional wheat flour substitutes, but the
dealer is authorize(. to sell him, in the
proper proportions. in the strength of
The millers' . filcate rule does
not, however, pern,' merchants to sell
flour on such cerl:ecates which show
that the farmer has had his corn
ground into hominy or grits.
MAY CHARGE ONLY
Food Administration Protects Farm
era by Forbidding Dealers in Wheat
Mill Feeds to Charge More Than a
Fixed Margin of Profit.
Columbia.-Retail derlers of wheat
mrill feeds, rice polish, rice 'bran, dried
beet pulp and cotton seed products in
South Carolina have been notified by
the Food Administration that no more
than a reasonable advance over the
delivered price of any particenlar feeds
eold shall be charged, under Rule 1 of
Special' License Regulations, No. 26,
which became effective October 1.
Under these rules, the Food Admin
istration announces margins in excess
of the following schedule in case of
mill feeds, rice feeds and dried beet
pulp, will 'be considered eycessive. The
schedules given are maximum, and do
nt justify charges in excess of this
customarily charged 'in alfy particular
district or case where the lower
charges will insure a reasonable
"1. Where one or more farmers pur
chase in advance of delivery In full
carloads, take delivery at car and pay
cash when retail dealer is t'equ'ired te
meet sight draft, $1.00 per ton, plus
demurrage, if any.
"2. Where one or more farmers pur
ehase in advance of delivery in futl
carl'oads, take delivery at car and pay
cash ons delivery, $1.60 per ton plus
demurrage, it any.'
"3. Where 'farmer purchases and
takes delivery at car and pays for it
on delivery in ton lots or more, but
lees than car lots, $2.00 per ton.
"4. Where farmer purchases and
takes delivery at car and pays for it
on delivery in lots less than one ton,
$2.50 per ton.
"5. Salo ex-warehouse in lots of one
ton or more, $4.00 per ton.
"6. Sale ex-warehouse in lots of less
than one ton, $6.00 per ton.
"7. One dollar may be- added to the
foregoing margins when sale i made
on credit, or at dealer's option the
legal rate of interest may be oharged.
"8. On, dollar shall be deducted
from the margine preecribed In 6 and
6 when the retailer buys on credit anid
the jobber's margin 'I. thereby in
oreased $1.00 per tonm."
The above margins will aleo apply
to thme sale of cotton seed meal cake
and hulls by retail teed dealers, ex
cept where different margins have
been prescribed by the Food Admin
ietrator for the State.
'The United States Food Adminle
tration considers that in seales of
feedlag stuffs at retail thme advance
on any individual sa-le should not In
any case exceed the purchmage price
delivered at warehouse door, plus 15
per cent. Wikere delivery Is made to
the consumer, reasonab~le cartage
charges may be added. The Food Ad.
minietration will, therefore, consider
any sale of feeding stuffs in oxcess of
tits advance as a violation. This
mnargin also applies to the sale of corn
oats, rye, or barley at retail as feed,
but not to wheat mill' feeds, cotton
seed prOducts, rice products, or dried
beet pulp, for which special margins
~s ,proscribed by the above rule,"
War Savings Stamps.
A report for the months of June, July.
August and September shows that dur
ing those four months the purchase of
War Savings Stamps in South Carolina
fell below the amount pledgad by the
people of the state during the W. S. S.
campaign last June.
While, as a whole, the state has fail
ed there are several counties which
have purchased more than they pledged,
some having doubled their pledges. The
following are the counties which have
distinguished themselves by exceeding
their pledges; Aiken, Beaufort, Charles
ton, Dillon, Greenville, Greenwood,
Hlorry, Laurens, Lexington, Oconee,
Pickens, Spartanburg, Union. The state
eammittee feels that there is no reason
why the majority of the counties in the
state should lag behind these thirteen
-ounties. An urgent plea is made that
41l who signed pledges to purchuse W.
3. S. in Oct. should make it a point to
,edeein the pledges promptly.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Aak your Drugit IoI CI-CHES.T1[R S
DIAMOND nIRAND P1LS in RaD and
GOLD metallic boxes, sealed with Blue
Ribbon. TAIe No OTnaa. Buy OF r
Dmutlmst and ask ror 130I.O1E8.TR S
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twenty-five
years regarded as Best,Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
JiU> EVERYWHERE T'E
Tax Notice, 1918
Jticie of (County 'reasirer, Pickens Cotmity,
Piacken s, S. C., October 1, 191.
Tihe books for tle collection of tatce antd
Cotnty taxes wil boe open fromt a -toler i5,
Als. to Deeniler 31. 1i1.
h'laose who prefer to (o SO (ant pauy Ina .latau
airy, 1919, with I per celnt atl I linaid. h'laose
w o prefer pla yintg lit Febtratrv, 1919. an ditto so
with 2 per aent atfiil tional. TIlose who prefer
taying iltl .larch, 1919, to tlie 15tha of sab iotalth
[nti dlo so by patvliag a lthiliional i per ceta.
.\fter said daute tie Ioks will vlose.
N. Ia.--Taxptayers owting ptroperty or paying
titxes for otlhers wyilI pletase task for, tax reveipt
ill elacth (twilas ip or sptecaltl stchiool listriet Inta
n la ithe or tley aa1) owaa property. Tls is
Very iliortiilt a. ts tlete tre o aanyav sciol
1 lit iets. lT'ase wo1 not wisl to cimate to
014. ollive 4-11n write ln , to(t bitter 0than tihe *2nth0
nIf liceetler. aittal I %%ill i tithl tli i wit I tiae
inollnt aulle ti latey a aty le bV ilheak,
amney atrder oa regislerei maai 1. If Sltmp I,, tare
sent do itot senld Ilbove 3 cent denoiniltat fi. ais
I (. nt aut ause Illate. I'lease ti0 naot send tie eaash
withOut registering samie, its it is lialle to get
'ot;I it' senat otlerwise it mtast Ie at %enter's
b evy for Statte tax .... ..... ..... ... 81.1 mills
b.evy for (aonstitutiatl 'tahoiol taix . 3 tanills
Levy for ordinary totatla) tax. ... ...8; mills
abevy for cautity road bond ..........3A, mvills
Totial levy... ...................23 4mills
Special levies for the following districts'
School l)lstrict No. 1......... ..2.. 2 1mil8
Schloot istrict No. 2..... . . 2 Ills
School 1)istrict No. 3 ............... H illtS
S heliool I)istrict No. 4 ...... ... 4 ills
Setool Mlistrict No. 5. -.. .. ..... 8 matIlls
School I)istrict No. 6................ 4; ltills
Salool I)lstrict No. 7 ............... . mills
School )Istrict No. 8....... ..I..... I 1milIs
School 1)1strict No. t ....... i.2 mlills
*lchool Inastrict No. I0. ..... . - atills
Schtijol l)lstriot N . C) .... .--. 7 , maills
Schlooi ilistrict No. l....... i mlat ls
Schla~ l)lst.tit't No. 13 . .. .. . atills
Schotal Illitrict No. 14 .... ... .....8 maills
Schlool Ilistrit No. 16............I 6. mills
.Schaool 1)1st rict No. 17....... ....11 millt
.Schoaol l)lstrict No. 18 ..... ... .....5 mtil Is
Sahiool list rict No. 19..... .......44 maills
Schtool 1)1strict Na). 20).... .... ....... numills
Schoaotl 1)1strnct Nao. 21.... ..........8 matilIs
Schiool 1)istrict Nat. 22............'8 maills
Schoaol l)Istrict No 23..............7%j mili:s
Sahool District No. 24...... .... ...t ta millas
.Schoaol l)it.trict No. 25 .............8 maills
School I)Istrict No. 263... ..........9 inills
Schooaal I)istric't Na.. 27............... 4 'mIlls
Schotol 1)hst riact No. 28. .............4 mtillsa
Schoaol Ilistrict No 29..... .. ..... 4 mills
.Schaool l)istrict No. :3a..... .....S an ilIs
Schlooal b)lstrhit No. 32. .... .......4 maillls
Schltu Itistrict No. 33.. ... .........( mIlls
Schuaol listrict Nat. 35...............13 mills
Schaool 1)1strict Nao. :16.... ... ....8 maills
Schoaocl 1)lstriat No. 37..... ... ......6 maills
Schtool lItistriact Nat. 3s...... ............mills
Scht~Oaitistrict No. 40.. ... .... ... anhmils
Schiooil )hlrict No 41...... ... ...8 amilis
.Schaoo D)istrict No. 42...... .......2 mills
Schtoao i)bstrict Nat. 43. .............2 mIlls
Salhootl l)istrict No. 44........ ..... amillsi
Salhool l)lstrict Nat. 45..... .... .-4 mIlls
Schonol tistrict Not. 4t1........... 4 mills
Schtool l)lstrict Nat. 47...... ......: t inits
Schaool l)istrict No. 48..... ......... 4 mills
School 1)1st rIct No. 49 .... ........ 4 mIlls
Schoaol 1istrict Nat. 5I. .. ........4 mills
Sa'hooi 1)lstrict Nat. ...... ..... ..8 mnillsa
Schtool 1)lstrict Nao. 55 ..............I maills
Sa'hoaol l)istrict Nao. 56. .. .... ..... 8 ills
Levy for ainterest aof PIckenas R. Ri. hmondst
lilaurrianae Iatoship ................. 2 aill s
lsastatoa townishaip........ .......2%, mrillit
Plckenas tawnshaint 2 amilis
Pall (aix atti adallar (#1 00. KyCery male cata
zi.na froma "l to 00 yarst of age is liable exacept
thaose excusead by ltaw.
CIoammuaatationa rataax, one dlollar andai fifty
cetst ($1.50). A1 mIttale paersonas from 21 to 50
are liablle except thtose excuasead by law.
Catpitation l)og~ lax.-All personas owninag
dtogs tare reqi redl to pay a capitationi tax of
lifty eents per caplita
Thaose writinag for tatiemtents of thecir (aix will
ple'ase inlndte ptostuage.
OLAl TI'. lii NTlON,
Sow Wood's High-Grade
For Best and Most
Our Virginia-Grown Seed
Wheats are superior for the
South-make larger yields
and better quality of grain.
Write for "WOOD'S OROP SPE
CIAL" giving prices and information
about SEED WHEAT/ SEED OATS,
SEED RYE, BARLEY and atll othera
Seeds for Fall Sowing.
T. W.Wood &Sons
Seedsrnen. Richmond, Va.
Plant WHITE PEARL AND BER..
MUDA ONION SETS for profita
bllo crops, both for hocme use
and market. Wri',o for
"tWood'ts Crop Special,"
The Oolenoy graded school will begin
its full term November 4th. Misses
Alice ant! Ella McClannahan of Liberty
and MiL.; Mae Jones of this place, for
mer teuchers here, will be in charge.
The name of Sergt. J. T. Powell ap
peared in the list of severely wounded.
He has many friends here who are
anxiously awaiting futher tidings of him
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Keith of Green
ville were here for last week-end.
Misses Mary and Annie Roper were
in Pickens last 'hursday.
W. T. Anderson who has been in the
Greenville city hospital for some time
is expected home this week.
Miss Jessie 13. Edens of the Spartan
Academy is at home for a few days.
Our Special Notice column is one of
the most iiteresting- part- of this paper.
Keep your eye on it.
Who Need Glasses
Railroad fare paid one way to our
Pickens County Patients
Who Purchase Glasses.
Eyes examined by specialists and
glasses made while you wait.
Kodak Films Developed by
A. A. Ono, A. If. SCeIAm.:,
President, Sec'y & Treas.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Prices quoted below hold good
up to and including Wednesday,
Corn (old) ----------$2.00 bushel
Beeswax - -..- ---.........30c b
Unwashed (burry)...:......40e lb
" free fi-om burra50c lb
Tub washed, free of burra.60c lb
Chickens and Eggs--- l
Roosters-......-.. ---....Ic lb
Frying Chickens-........30c lb4
up) to 2 lbs
SDuck8, each .......- ..----15c b
Guineas, each........- ...--40c
Pigeons --..--.........20c pair
Eggs, per dozen.............5c
White Multiplying Onions,
Butter in prints .------..35c lb
If you can't reach us with but-I
ter in nice condition we can han
dle all we can get in bulk.
Side Bacon---.--.-...30e lb
+ We pay the above for produce
in trade at regular cash prices.
G RIIEENVIL L
The home merchant is entitled I
town. When he cannot supply yoi
always glad to see you and will tak
whorie names appear in this director
Insure in the
GREENVILLEY, S. C.
When you think of Millinery
"Where Thousands Buy Their IatU
of every description.
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
Greenville - - South Caroli
who try it
for it ever
a can of I
If you doy
NPORTEkS&0AR than any
tell the g
But, try it.
"When It Pour
4 Our last week's ad ta
had a big run but still
those good farm wagons,
31C Mitchell wagons on the ro
ment. But what we wo
the arrival of some fine n
are attracting attention a
- who have heretofore been
are some good young ii
good mated and match te
big mules to small ones.
Be sure and see them.
We have a few buggi(
201--207 E. Washington
We have hi
all sizes; 10
List your p
sale and1 th
. let us nclu
-"The Big Central F
o your trade first. lHe is your neighbor at
ir needls buy in Greenville, our big siste
3 pleasure in helping yoJu to get just wha
y are known by The sentinel to be reliabl<
For Good Things to Eat
and the world's best Coffees go to
J. A. BULL CO.
GREENvILLE, . .. s. (.
DR. K. J. DRUMMOND
Over C. D). K~enney Cvi. l'hone 1001.
- Poe Hardware & Supply Co.
GRENVII.LE,; S. C.
,,Wholesale anid Retail
JAS. F. MACKEY & SONS
Our service can be had in .Pickens
na Ponunt nthi same as in Greenvile.
soft, beaming sunlight of Dlxie.
Luzianne brings cheer to meal.
kcfast, dinner and supper. . Folks
once have a genuine affectior
after. Luzianne comes to you
sanitary, air-tight tine. The
a in-impurities stay out. Buy
,uzianne. Use the whole can.
i't honestly believe it is better
other coffee you ever tasted,
rocer to refund your money.
s, It Reigns"
Iked wagons. We have
have an assortment of
and also one more car of
ad. This needs no com
nt to advertise now is
iules and horses. They
nd selling to customers
hard to please. There
ares with quality, and
ams of mare mules from
s yet. See them if inter
3t. Greenville, S. C
md~redls of inquiries for ' farins of
::ations wanted in every section.
roperty with us and assure quiick
a best price. Write us to-day and
de your place in our big fall ad
illetin sent to thiousandsR of farm:
-ywhere. Our up-to-dlate methods
ts. Write to-day..
alty Co., Inc.
eal Estate Agency"
Columbia, S. C.
D IRECTO RY
ad hligyuto build up your home
r ciy hr the business rnen are
L. A. MILLS
Cotton MIII Stocks
Mills Building. Phone 115
Mountain City Poundry and Machine
Engineers and Mtaclslnlsts
Tdxpert consulting and contracting.
All kmnds of welding. Phone 323.
- G re~enville, s. C.
W. R. HALE
Jleweler and Stlve--susfth
1O5 Noatla Main Street
SR E ENVf LE, - South Carolina
For Fotos of Distinction Go To
Dle~iuhder's 4rt Shsop
Picture Frames of every description.
Kodaks and suplies.
Amateur Finishin gby mail.
-212 W. Washington Stre.t