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Day WasWlSpn With N umber
at Three and Twenty.
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I": Iona seven al. Ic. t . III "iit neat
a n auter 'T'dei t a -~- i n . rae rti
..fl1 I/.d t~i . t t t I lk 0(i fl t 7 che go
thing thacaft atprsnts an
Wrdo today wth their clitt
hat:ch ' t fol !n th nt l that
tin'1 backI:11 ';th " undehru ii l O1ti
irculstance and (Ieserves the high
.t praise. W ith people so widh
d.vake it i. oany to predict that ir
h' future with her n.w school hous<
ad equipen nt she will be one of th(
best school iii. tricts in the county.
The adult schools will be over thi
.. and the coulty colnmmcaenleei
i1-' h.eM at i'lo.'niti College
t ' true s ' ! ' t 'he couri
Au l at P'ikeins. .S. C.. for tlos(
\nio have no way to i ta:tt'mi. iet
.V ; oneI coUlt hOuL's ait ,l coinunitte(
t ' .t s mi -. -t .. Thi' will
woruik htta ' .It !it :.5 t1111
Tht - bhh scZhool hait "(on
.. Al ' - . i?(otitIm into three
-.- r w -: I t la bt)1bratory Ifr0 the
S n-lyear. Two\" new
- -rt . -. o ZIIded to the facuh v
* 0 . no chemi ial iptiratus
..i he 11 , tI ftor the science de
am n it. ii. vihl enable the
I , f a- 4 o high chool to make
h uin:t to inter' colleve with
:nInation, as well as give
) IIh Ia n1ot attend college the
auw of another year in high
1 'llowing these two speeches, din.
r wis announced. That sprea<
hw v~rthat prosperity abounds nem
Tilree and Twenty. Several loml
bh-s wLer? heaped high with eVery
thintg that a picnic menu could hold
Th' tables were roped off and 'h(
2(ood wives and daughters of tht
:otverei.Iens serve(' in a nann.'r tha
wV"as ent'irely acceptable to the W Ood
mn1. .Afterwa rds there was a shot
talk on good roads, in which .Jame
N. l'earman defended the count:
highvebway commission and lauded tha
body for the "good" work it ha
After Mr. Ieatrnlan's speech,
meeting of interest' to heekeeper
was held at the home of 11. B. hot
(Ici oks, Council commander of th
Th ree and Twenty camp. Ned( Ir
vt, .t hoe spe'cialiist. gave a .-mm
trot on of introlucine qlueens int
h t.v 0)'" by the cat!' mettltol. wvhich 1'
i 'rd ias the hoers.
:' thhile tl n"i tin s ta ti \ r,.
iron thet Tfhree" and Twomy i-t
It is ftiti(' to ay that the Tyn hroe
dofrs in .tho. str oget. oamni
(I tll iot ootonn ok sill cin abul' ec
* doptasurito tht tpiie thf \Voi
.- ofrendless camd bthery wao1
t-ie fotchag roter. aera
1.. dlers prevailed yesterd(ay at Thr
and Twent.y and the event is o
rthat will go down with fond reme
nl- branc'es in the minds of t hose w
were present.-A nderson Tribune.
BLEASE SAYS HE MAY ENT]
Unless Younger M\an of Proven Al
ly ity Comes Out, Says lhe Wil! Ru,
Newberry, Aug. 1 9.-In a spee
le, at the Jolly Street picnic today, f<
' e G;overnor C'ole L,. Blease reit,
ya ated his statement mlade at the I
bert picnic a few weeks ago to t
9' effect that if he had had his way t
te United States would have stayedc
.of the World War, dieclaring that t
tonly thing it accomplished for tl
country was new-made grav
widows and orphans and a tremer
ouis war debt which raised taxes
The ex-gov'ernor declared that
is being urged even by his persot
. enemies to run for governor in t
enext primaryv and that unless soi
younger man of proven ability eam
otfrthe office he wvould maket
race. The ex-governor denouine
I-the high taxe's for the state and s
tha t G overnor' Cooper's parid
cordi was wvorse than his. NMe th
t wo thousand peo0 pl e wer
10 or, the pien ic and~ addoresse,
MONEY TO LOAN.
On Improved Farms in Pickei
t~Oconee and Greenville counties. Ci
ve pr'operty, Greenville, Easley a
R. E. BRUCE, Pickens, S. C.
Offiea Owaw Keow.. Bank
SOCIAL AT LIBERTY.
Miss Lois Clayton, of Liberty, has
returned from a visit in Spartan
burg and Newberry. She was ca
companied home by Miss Bertha
Crooks, of Newberry. A number of
young people enjoyed Miss Ch'iyton'..
hosptiality at a lawn party given
i Tuesday night in honor of her guest
and the young people's society of the
Liberty Methodist church. 'Those
presenlt were Misses Gladys and Clauk
flichburg, Sybil Chamberlin, Mar
ie Smith, Mildred McWhorter, Onie
Ilarrison, Clara Thomas, of Liberty.
and Aliss Massey, of Fort Mill, and
Alessrs. Eugene Boggs, Frank Smith,
Lule Rliehbourg, Kinard Johnson, Ki
Shirley and Basil Chapman. Games,
music and progressive conversation
yenie by all until a la:e
hotuir. A fterwards a delicious ice
our,;,e was served.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE AN AN
NUAL DOG TAX FOR THE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
AND A PENALTY FOR NOT
PAYING SAID TAX.
Section 1. Annual Dog Tax Im
Be it -nacted by the General As
-embly of the State of South Caro
lina: That from and after the pas
sage of this Act there shall be levied
on all dogs, six months old or older,
in the state of South Carolina an
annual tax of one dollar and twenty
five cents ($1.25) per head.
Sec. 2. Collar Tags-Payment--Tax
Exclusive-Disposition of Pro
'T'hat upon the payment of said an
nual tax of one dollar and twenty
twive cents ($1.25) by the owner of
any (log in the State, the County
T'reasurer shall issue to the said own
_ er a receipt. th9refor, and a metal
ta' marked "Dog Tax" and the year
for which it is issued. Each Counts
Treasurer shall keep a nunterical re
t cord of every dog taxed, and, in al
I dition thereto, furnish to the owner
of each dlog such numbler stamped
on the metal tag. Which tax shall
be l eed and paid to the County
t Treasurer as other taxes are paid:
l'roided. further. That this tax shal
he exe:usive of all other license tax
a es. "thetr municipal or otherwise:
. That .11 such taxes o(:l' "t.
In' i ''tt.iet sha2 he irte(dited to the
th' school district fron:
1 ci).leited to be u.sed in
1he -ho'l: of the district:
r furth 'T. That sai tuax shal
n due ar paab'le, at the saim'e
Sate and c'ounty taxes become
Setion 3. Owners Required to Keep
SCoiat and License Tax on Dogs
Except While Hunting.
vey own''er of a dlogtr shall
u a o' (o:har -indl place d
.d . .' ti: pon the said ecl
I. ti'm tir thle purnose oif hunting,
.shen' -.ueni doig -hall be upon a chase
n ec. 4. Owning or Harboring of
I-' Dog, Without Return and Payment
of Tax a Misdemeanor--Pen-.
alty--Disposition of Fine.
r- A\ny person owniing, har boring or
maai~taii i a dioz. tfailing or refus
rit igto r turin a nd pay the tax afore
esid. shall be deemed guilty of a mis
>r- demeanoir. a nd, upon convicton
CO'li thereof. >hall b e fined not less than
n ie i5.0t doll.arzs nor more than
m- twenty <82t.00) dollars, one-half of
ho whieu shal go to thle person rep~ort.
:;ng said failure to pay tax, and one
- half to the public school fund in
.R which Saidl derielet occurs.
Sec. 5. Fees of County Treasurer.
TIhat e'ach C'out y Treasurier shalil
be allowed to retain tw~enty-i-ve
c'ents of the said tax, to reimbur'se
om for furnishing said tags and
keeping the r'ecordls, as are required
chl undler the priovisions of this Act.
Sec. 6. When Effective.
er- T1his Act shall go into effect on
il- Januiary 1st, 19~21.
he Appr'oved the .10th dlay of March,
he A. 1). 1920.
*s SINGING CONVENTION.
id- The Central township singing con
al- vention will met with the Cateecbee
church on Sunday. August 28th, 2 :00
he p. m.
tal All lov'ers of music will please
he come and let us sintr toivether.
ne C. L,. McLean.
ed HUNGER, THE BEST SAUCE.
id Sauce is used i eeit e an appe'tite
-or' relishI for 'h fumL The~ rigcht
anvway iS to :on: V your d iues tini..
nt Whent you hav. '' i diee ion you
- :inibrrlainr's TI ' imiprov.' the
-li'd inc aec'.uth pp tt
-i,:n se a teanth- :.oivement oft the
ndGood 'overalls, not the cheap made
aind, $1.15, Good work shirts 75c.
Bonctt Mercantile Co.
NOTICE TO ADULT. SCHO 3:
Next Saturdav, Aug. 27, is the day
for the tri-county adult commence.
ment. We want the adult school4 of
Pickens county to have a full repre
There will be a program given by
the adults aid fol owed by two short
aldresses in the morning. The
schools aid repreentatives of Pick
ens county will. have their (inier
together. In the afternoon there
will be educational tours with com
petent guides to carry the adult
pupils over the different buildings
and places of interest.
Every school should plan to go and
take part in the program of the day.
Prizes and p'rfeet attendance but
mns will be awarded at that time.
ienator N. B. Dial and Lion. J. E.
wetaringen have been invited to
peak at this meeting and the oc
asion bids fair to be the biggest
md best day of its kind ever held at
''here will be two trucks to start
from the court house and if there
is any school who lacks a way of
conveyance let the teacher confer
with F. V. Clayton at once.
SAME OLD STORY BUT A GOOD
Mrs. Mahala Burns, Savanna, Mo.,
relates an experience, the !ike of
which has happened in almost every
neighborhood in this country, and
has been told and related bey thous
ands of others, as follows: "I used
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Remedy about nine years
ago and it cured me of flux (dysen
tery) . I had another attack of the
same compaint three or four years
ao and a few doses of this remedy
cured me. I have recommended it
to dozens of people since I first used
:t andi shall continue to do so for I
:now it is a iuick and positive cure
1r )ow-l troubles."
Best cheviots made for work
hirts, boys rompers, etc., for 18c,
at Hennett .Mercantile Co.
mVey aimvery sn
Each color is price
PAINT * VARNISH * ROOFnsa
Sold only by dealers
The best fabric tire
made for heavy service
or rough roads
Extra Ply -Heavy Tread
Reduction on all styles and sizes
A New Low Price on a
Known and Honest Product
how we -- can -- urclr.Ti ensta l
1 ~ cA1
gh-grade paint colors are cheaper than other
r such reason- high grade paints, and many col..
ors very much cheaper.
e Certain-teed You can't buy better paint than
bous. Besides Certain-teed. It is made only
they make the from the highest grade materials.
n-teed Rcofing The formula is printed on every
They are not can. You will find that Certain
>n paint profits, teed paint spreads better and
an afford to lasts longer than ordinary paints.
ialI profit on We have the right Certain-teed
ma:e. Paint or Varnish for everything
inside and outside your house.
d according to See us before you paint,
ekens Lumber Co.
Pickens, S. C.
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