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%fnese are caused by catarrh, which is
inflamed condition of the mucous cur
s. H~i l's Catarrh- Medicine aots thru
. e b lood on the mucous surfaces of the
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
any case of Catarrhal Deaftess that cannot
be cured by Halls Catarrh Mehtine..n Cirt
culars free. All Druggists. 16o.
F. Jr. OHDNuY & CO,. Toledo. O.
Tax Notice, 1918
Office of County Treasurer, Pickons Couity,
Piokens S. 0., October 1, 1918.
The books for the collection of State and
8,y taxes will be open from October l5,
8to December 31. 1918.
hose who prefer to do so can pay In Jatnu
, 1919, with I per cent additional. Those
prefer payin in February, 1919, can do so
2 per cent additional. Those who prefer
ng In March, 1919, to the 16th of said month
sd by payig an additional 7 per cent.
r said date the books will close.
B.-Taxpayers owning property or paying
s for others will please ask for tax receipt
ch township or special school district In
h he or they may own property. This is
important, as there are so many school
cts. Those who do not wish to come to
ce can write me not later than the 20th
comber, and 1 will furnish them with the
S . . nt duo and they can pay me by check,
yorder or registered mail. If stamps are
.o not send above 3-cent denomination, as
n not use them. Please do not send me cash
out registering same, as it is liable to get
f sent otherwise it must be at sender's
vy for State tax .... .... ... 8,t mills
vy for Constitutional school tax . . 3 mills
vy for ordinary county tax..... ...84 mills
evy for county road bond............ 3 mills
Total levy -.--.. ..........233" mills
Special levies for the following districts:
'School District No. I........... 2 mills
SchoolDistrict No. 2...... ......... 2 mills
'School District 1No. 3 ............... 8 mills
cool District No. 4 ..... ...4 mills
. hool District No. 5.... ....... 8 mills
School District No. 6................ 6 mill.
,S pool District No. 7............... mills
chool District No. 8....... ....11 mills
" ool District No. 9 ........... ..12 mills
Scool District No. 10. ........ 6 mills
Shool District No. 11....... ....... 74 mills
Scdhool District No. 12....... ...... 6 mills
School Disttict No. 18 . ............ 8 mills
School District No. 14 ........ ...8 mills
School District No. 16.............. 0 mills
School District No. 17. .... ....11 mills
School District No. 18.......... ... 5 mills
School District No. 10..... . .. 4 mills
School Dist rict No. 20 ........... '! mills
School District No. 21.... .. .... mills
School District No. 22........... 8 mills
Behool District No 23-......... ....7% mills
School District No. 24...... .... ... 10 mills
School District No. 25 ..... ....... 8 mills
School District No. 26............ mills
School District No. 2i............4 mnlls
Sohool District No. 28. ............. . mills
School District No 29....... .....1 mills
School District No. 31..... ...... .15 mills
Sohool District No. 32. .... . ... . 4 mills
,chool District No. 33.. ... ... ....i6 mills
School District No. 35............. .1 mills
School District No. 3m .... ....... 8 mills
School District No. 3...... ... ..... i mills
School District No. 38 ........... 2 mills
School District No. 40...... .. 8 mills
School District No. 41...... ... . . 8 mills
School District No. 42..... ....... mills
School District No. 43 . . ........... 2 mills
School District No. 1........ .... 4 mills
School District No. 45..... .... .I. .mills
School District No. 46 . ...... .4 mills
School District No. 47............:1 mills
School District No. 48 ............ 4 mills
School District No. 49 .... ......... 4 mills
School District No. 51.......... 4 mills
School District No. 52.. ... ..... . 8 mills
School District No. 55 ...........4 mills
School District No. 56. .. .... ..... 8 mills
Levy for interest of 'ickcns I. It. bonds:
Hurricane township .................. 2 mills
IRastatoo township ............ ..... 2% mills
Pickens townshin . 2 mills
Poll tax one dollar ($1 00). Every male (nti
Ien from 21 to 0 Years of age is liable except
'those excused bylaw.
Commutatioh road tax, one dollar and ffty
Cents ($1.50). All male persons from 21 to 50
are liable except those excused by law.
Capitation Dog Tax.--All persons owning
dogs are required to pay a capitation tax or
Oift ' cents per Capita.
'Chose writing for statements of their tax will
please include postage.
OLAR Ti'. IIINTON.
Count Tl reasurer.
To the Trade
, If you arc thinking of buying
a good Watch. Clock, or any
thing iln the Jewelry line, come
in and let us showv you wvhat
we have. We have
Bracelet Watches for the la
dies and Military Watches for
the soldier boys.
Also ladies' 13rooches, Rings,
Silver and many other' things in
the Jewelry line we will be glad
to show you.
EAsLIEY, - South Carolina
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. ODOM, A. U. SCHADE~
.President, Sec'y & Treas.
GREVILLE. S. C. m
(Too late for last week:
editor Pickens Sentinel:
The flu has about subsided and we
are glad to report there were no fatal
cases in this section.
Rev. R. J. Williams filled his regular
appointment at Peters Creek Sunday,
The infant daughter of Mr. J. E.
Friddle is very sick at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Looper spent the
week-end with the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Singleton.
Mr. Clinton Robinson, of the U. S.
N., was visiting home folks recently.
Mr, and Mrs, Clyde Duncan visited
the home of Mr. W. E. Simmons Sun
Mr. John Stephens and family, of
near Easley, worshiped at Peters Creek
Miss Mattie Robinson was a visitor
at the home of Mr. W. E. Hunt Sun
Clonie, the little daughter of Mr.
Merritt Looper, was buried at Nine
Forks November 6. 'Bunny.
School opened Monday with bright
prospects for successful work.
Lawrence and A. C. :Sutherland, Jr.
of the Easley Graded School were here
for the week end.
Earle Keith was a business visitor to
Greenville one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Batson, of Mari
etta, spent one day last week with the
latters parents here.
Jas. A. Hendricks visited his son
Prue, at Camp Jackson last Sunday.
Mrs. Grover Keith and Mr. and Mrs.
S. F. Keith of Gre-:ville visited rela
tives here last Satu .lay and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lynch, of Pickens
spent last week witui relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Edens, Sr. have
reieved word that their son Walter had
been seriously wounded in France.
Young Edens is with the 30th Division
of the National Army. He has many
friends who are grieved to hear of his
condition and hope for his speedy recov
Sgt. Jack Sutherland, who Ihas been
on a visit to relatives, in Easley was
expected for the week end at the Suth
erland home, but he was unexpectedly
Altho' complete returns from the
War Work Campaign cannot be gotten
yet those in charge did faithful work.
These were Miss Ione Hendricks and
Miss Pearl Sutherland for Oolenoy,Miss
Lillie Fortner for Pleasant Grove. Miss
Bessie Fortner, Rock and Mrs. W. M.
Elrod in New Town. The response in
all cases was done willingly and the
workers did faithful work.
The colored people in Pumkintown
also contributed a nice sum, the solici
tors were Charlotte Gowans and Nettie
Downes. They report that no one re
fused to help.
Golden Creek News.
"Peace on Earth and Good Will to
Peace has at last extended that'mag
ic olive wand and the glad tidings are
flashed thougout a strife-stricken wvar
"Peace thy olive wand extend,
And bid wild war his ravage end;
Man with brother man to meet.
And as brother kindly greet"
Private Luther McQueen has returned
from Camp Wadswvorth after receiving
an honorable discharge owing to physi
Mrs. Paul Land and baby left last
week for Central to make her home
with her parents. Mr. Land was as
signed and enteredi service at Camp
Wadsworth during the recent draft.
Mrs. A. Kay and daughter Miss Mag
gie were shopping in Liberty Friday.
Mr. James H. Hunter returned last
Wednesday from Baxiey. Ga, and will
make his home in Norris.
As news is scarce this week and noth
ing to write of interest, I will close.
DIAMOND BRAND ESI B ai/~
Gorin mnetallic b~oxes, seated 'with Blueyl
DIA MOND DJRA W D PI LLS, for twenty-fiv.e
years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
IE EVERYWHERE NEu
Sale If you need
e in and see
Notices inserted in this colutn for one ce
word for first in senriotnando olne-bait cets
for etch subsequent insartion.
Pigs For WaIe--Duroc Red J
sey, now ready for delivery. Pr
reasonable. A. T. Winchester, Suns'e
I will thresh peas, cane seed an
any kind of beans in the southwest pat
of the county. Will bring machine an
come to any community for a day'
threshing. Arthur Stephens, Centri
R-4 or Pickens R-2. 2
Twenaty-five Elear Autone
biles and the Pickens territory to th
dealer who realizes the situation an
can finance automobiles. Specification
Forty horse power Red Seal Conti
nental Motor; Borg & Beck clutct
Stromberg carburetor; Hotchkiss drive
Timken bearings; Stewart vacnur
Wheelbase 116 in.; price $1375 f. o. I
factory. Elcar Motor Sales Company
Southern District Office, 1602 Candle
Building, Atlanta, Ga. 3
Typ~ewriter for. serie-Practi
cally new No. 9 metal base board an
cover complete. Write for best price
Will sell cheap. Central Mercantil
Car for sale-Buick roadster; I
running order; good rear casings; ol
model. A pick-up for some one e
$250. Hurry if interested-as it won
be here long. Central Mercantil
Company, Central, S. C.
Wanted At Oace-Active, it
telligent boy 16 to 171-2 years old
Sloan Bros. Drug Store, Greenville
FOR SALE--One top buggy, same a
new. See Miss Nora Cauley, Pickens
FOR SALE-20 horse power Cole er
gine in fine condition; been used at
laundry a few months. Have installe
electric motors is reason for wanting t
lispose of it. If interested communi
!ate with J. 'W. Powell, Ideal Laundry
108 McBee avenue, Greenville, S. C. t
FOR SALE-Seed wheat-blue an
white straw. $3.00 per bushel. C. W
Hunter, Pickens, S. C., R-2. 2
FOR SALE-One Beverly orgar
practically new. Apply to R. L. Simip
;on, Pickens, S. C., R-1. 2
LOST-One female Duroc pig. Re
vard if returned to R. E. Ellenburg
Pickens, R-5.: 2
FOR SALEd-Duroc Jersey pigs, 13
. Riggins, Pickens R-5. 2
The Athens Hide Co., of Athens
a., are the largest buyers of expres
hipped green cow hides in the South
reason is, "They Weigh the Weight.
;top giving away hides. It's easy t
)ox and express them. Try it. Re
iults will surprise you. Write fo
)rices on dry hides, beeswax, wool an
:ow hides. Mule and horse hides $3.6
:ach, by express.
H. EUGENE FAN'i', Manager.
Notice of Final Settlement and Dischar1
Notice is ,hereby given that I wi
make application to J. B. Newber,
Esq., Judge of Probate for Picker
:ounty, in the State of South Carolini
)n the 25th day of November, 1918, at ]
'clock in the forenoon, or as soo
thereafter as said application .can
beard, for leave to make final* setthi
ment of the estate of W. W. Cautrel
dIeceased, and obtain discharge as em
ecutor of said estate,
C. D. CANTRELL,
Notice to Debtors and Creditot
All persons holding claims against th
estate of Dr. L. T. Shirley must pri
rent the same, duly proven, on<
before the 28th (lay of Novembe
1918, or be debarred payment; and a
persons indebted to sutd estate mut
make payment on or before the abov
late to the undersigned.
MRS. LUCIA G SHIRLEY,
FOR CUTS, BURNS AND BRUISES USE
SOLD ITH POSTIE GURATE
FOeel. ThSALE wisll to theldhathhi
esidence. C. M. Steele.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Bly J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Milton Clapp and Mamie (
Jlapp made suit to mc to grant thei
etters of administration of the estai
nd effects of Mrs. L. C. Folger, di
muonish all and singular the kindred or
creditors of the said Mrs. L. C. Folmi
dleceased, that they be and apper
be fore mue, in the Courti o f Probate-, to I
held at Pickens., S. G .iro the -
of December, 1918, next afte pub
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fori
noon, to show cause, if any they harv
why the said administration should n<
Given uinder my hand and seal this I 3i
day of November, 1918, the 143rd ye
of our Independence.
J. B. NEWBERY, (Seal)
Waterman Ideal Fountain 1'
8 Parker Lu
These make splend
Dainty and beautiful Box P,
Gold Watch Chains, g
Gold Watch' Ch
Testaments up to $1.50
t Bibles up to $8.00
t Hand-Painted ;
Tea Spoons, set, $1.25-guars
Table Spoons, set, $3
Forks, set, $:
Plenty of Candy now. A
Buy now and have it ov(
You will have the advantage
wait on you before the rush.
to mention all we have in th,
a call from you. Will do ou
8s The home merchant is entitled to
k, town. When he cannot supply your
0 always glad to see you and will take F
n whose names appear in this directory
Insure in the
Southeaster n Life
tue aous orGoos vauts
GREENVILLE, S. C.
t ------- -- . .
" When you think of Millinery
"WeeThousands Buy Their Hats"
of every description.
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
Greenville - - South Carolina
The Netherlandi goernment has
requisitioned the ent6 Dutch flax,
flgtx fInah and linseed crops for Ufe
One result. of- the restriction upon
the impo'~az ot grailhIto .crucdbles
has been 4'Mp an adequate sup
ply of gi'fa Within this coudtry.
tGermany is making plans to secure
.easy access to Maw nf'ate'rlals' of trade
.and industry in drder to secure its eco
s nomic .recovery after the conclusion of
Jlapan's government is taking steps
to lower the price of rice in that coun
try, appointing several firms to act as
importers. It will require the rice
to be sold at a fixed price.
Until six months after the end of
the war all persons in Italy who carry I
on the erchange of moneys or deal in
o'ld munt kcoop a specinl register fotr
itransactions in the yellow metal.
SAYINGS OF THE GREAT
The mattocJk will make a deeper
hole in the groto'd than lightning.
hi Mon i- .judlged not by their intenm
rtions, but by the result~s of. their aco
ens, $2.50 to $5.00
oky Curve Fountain Pens, $2.50
id and appropriate gifts for soldi
tpers up to $3.50
uarauteed 15 years, $3.00
gins, guaranteed a lifetime, $5.00
3 up to $5.50'
it Sets and Manicure Goods up to
Military Sets up to $5.90
Necklaces and Lavalieres
Nina up to $5.00
up to $5.00
iy Hair Brushes up to $5.00
White Ivory Mirrors up to $4.0
Wrist Watches up to $22
32-Piece Dinner So
Boxes of Cig
mnteed 25 years
.00-guaranteed 25 years
3.00-guaranteed 25 years
lives, set, $4.00-guaranteed 25 y
Safety Razors up to $5.00
Perfume in bot
larger line will be in a little late
r with. Will be glad to sot asi
of a good selection. It will als
Mail orders recive care5ul attet
3 line of holiday goods and gift a
r best to please you.
n Drug Co
HALLUM, Proprietor and Manai
your trade first. He is your neighbor ar
needs buy in Greenville, our big siste:
pleasure in helping you to get just what
tre known by The Sentinel to be reliable
For Good Things to Eat
and the world's best Coffees go to
J. A. BULL C0.
GREENVILLE, - - S. 0.
DR. R. J. DRUMMOND
Over C. D. Kenney Co. Phone 1901.
Poe Hardware & Supply Co.
GRENVILLE, S. C.'
Wholesale and Retail d
JAS. F. MACKEY & SONS
Our service can be had in Pickens
county the same as in Greenville.
Phone 129 day or night, Greenville, S. C.
Theseare times when we must nT
bic. We cannot buy many things tI
freely, therefore we should take th
have. Buildings already in existenc
keep them in servicable condition.
We carry 'Lin stock rough andl
Pine Shingles, Prepared; Roofing, I
Builders'. H ardware.
Conserve and put your savings ir
Phone 12. Successor to P1
SPickens County's Lead
Wewrite Every K
SFire, Life, Hail, Burglary,
bile-Collision and Prope
SFire Imsraee .THAN Ti
See Fr'ank McF'all at PickenE
untain Pens, $1.50 to $8.50
er or sweetheart.
up to $18.00
iup to $12.00)
Tory Combs up to $1.50
Ivory Brushes up to $4.00
ars up to $6.00
Pipes in Oases np to $6.50
ties and in sets up to $4.50
r-in plenty of time for
do articles for you. You
: make it much easier to
ition. We have uot space
rticles. Would appreciate
d helping you to build up your home
city, where the business men are
you wait. Firms and individuals
L. A. MILLS
Cottotn M111 Stocks
4iIls Building. Phone 115
Mountain City Foundry and Machine
Enyineers and Machinuist.
Expert consulting and contracting.
t.il kmnds of welding. Phone 323.
___ Greenville, S. C.
W. R. HALE
steweler and SIlversmsIth
'105 North Malk, Street
:R EENJV L LE, - South Carolina
or Fotos of Distinction Go To\
DeMulde,'s Art Shops
~icture Framesi of every description.
Kodaks and Sun plies.
Amateur Finishing by mail.
212 W. Washington street.
ake everything go as far as possi
mat were formerly purchased very
e best possible care of what we
e should be properly repaired to
dlressed Lumber, Cedar Shingles,
arn, Roof and House Paints and
War Savings Stamps.
ckens Lumber Co., Pickens, S. C.
ng Insurance AgencyI
ind ot insurance.
sick & Acciden', Automo-I
HAVE AND NOT NEED IT
NEED IT AND NOT HAVER I
Bank or W.LT Mtheny