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N CE. OF ELECTION.
(. ( a unty Supt. of Education
nsl'- ", County ,
- 1..9t. tr~nri the fr-pp.
- oto hold an election in said
hlu1 let to determine whether
mills extra levy shall be
aid school district for
;, ir, oses;
'ing to the County Board
4 that the petition meets
(V " ments of the law, there
or dered that the trustees
t h ie named school district
- ,election Aug. 20th, 1921,
of house for the above
'ose. The trustees are to
rs and shall conduct the
all general elections are
and in accordance with
)8 of the school law. The
e open from 9 a. in. to
of the County Board of
for Pickens county.
F. V. Clayton,
Sec. and Chairman.
of South Carolina,
y of Pickens.
hristopher, Probate Judge.
s, J. M. Wade mad' suit to
at him Letters of Adminis
the Estate and effects of
ire, therefore, to cite and
all and singular the Kin
Creditors of the said J. T.
ceased, that they be and ap
re me, in the Court of Pro
>e held at Pickens on 19th
.ugust, next, after publica
)f, at 11 o'clock in the fore
show cause, if any they
y the said Admniistration
>t be granted.
under my hand this 8th day
,t, Anno Dlomini' 1921.
N. A. Christopher,
Judge of Probate.
)TICE OF ELECTION.
as a1 petition has been filed
County Superintendent of
.n, containing on.2.third of
lilied electors and resident
.crs of Rock School District
and New Town School )is
j. 55, requesting an eleesior
tbove naned school districts
e purpose of determinint
or not the above name<
listricts shall be consolidated
pearing to the County Boari
cation that the requirement
law have been complied with
reby ordered that on Augus
election be held at Roe
house for the above state
, W. RL. Edens an
'ction, and are t
. . accordling to th
F. V. Clayton, Sec.
V ~ E OF FINAL SETTLEMEN
ce is hereby given that I wi
application to N. A. Christi
Esq., Judge of Probate f<
s county, in the State<
Carolina, on Thlursday the 1
4 f September, 1921, at
: in the forenoon, or as soc
fter as said appllication can 1
for leave to make final se
it of the personal estate
T '. Maddien, dleceased, and
I ischa rge as adlmin istratrix
Mrs. Russel M. Madden,,
shi shipment Sweet Sixte
the best quality plain flour sc
isley. We can prove it. Gi
*trial. Bennett Mercantile Cc
* ly Glasses going at 45c dozen
out. Bennett Mercantile C4
* CKIE, THE PRIN7
I: utE~ OJ CE, ?TO4
NOTICE OF FINAL. SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application- to N. A. Christo
er, Esq., Judge of Probate for
ckens county, In the State of
)uth Carolina, Monnday, the 5th
iy of September, 1921, at 11
u'clock. in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the personal estate of Mag
gie D. Johnston, deceased, and obtain
discharge as guardian of said estate.
T. G. Johnston,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christo
pher, Esq., Judge of Probate for
Pickens county, in the State of
South Carolina, on Saturday, the 5th
day of September, 1921, at 11.
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final set
tlement of the personal estat , of
Fred W. Holcombe, deceased, and ob.
tain discharge as administrator of
T. L. Iolcombe,
WOOD YARD FOR PICKENS.
I have opened a wood yard it
Pickens and am prepared to furnisi
the people with oak and pine woo(
for stove or fireplace and in ani
lengths. My yard is at the Pickens
Can also furnish white oak fenc
Am still running a public dra:
And prepared to do hauling of al
kinds on short notice.
I have a c('mplete Wood saw outfi
and Can go to ,your house and sa\
A. A. Pace.
t f Phone 3213. Pickens.
For the next thirty days we wi
contract for haging and ties to th
ginner or farmer for 50 cents p(
pattern as tak en from the halb
Contracts must be made prior to Sej
tern ber I :t and leliveries accordin
to pleasure of the buyer.
Glenwood Cotton Mills.
1p-8-sI 9 Pickens Mills.
I Mechanic Overalls for men ai
boys. Union made. -layes 1epal
s ment Store, Easley.
t CRAIG'S SINGLE COMB RHOI
k ISLAND REDS.
Winner's at leading Southe
d showvs for- past 1 5 yearsi Eggs f
s fall hatchin.g at $1 .50' per settnig
o 1 5. Can deliver by parcel post.
.e 3t E. HI. CRAIG, Pickens, S. C.
W AT CHES
li you are thinking of buying al
~ hing in the Jewvlery line, it will I
>r you to come in and let us show
>f what wve have. We have most gra
at of SOUTH BEND), ELGIN, and WJ
.THAM WATCHES, all sizes, in S<
e Gold. Gold filled and nickle cases.
t- big line of Braclet Watches just
af eeived. Also a big line of Clocks
b- they are beauties. Silver ware in
and odd pieces. Cut Glass and Cll
Anything in Jewlery wec have it. C<
in and leg us show you over our. I
- W~e are alv'ays glad to (10 so.
Jeweier and Optometrist
to EASLEY, S. C..
SL4pNE M OS .-'a
"LET US SECEDE F ROM 8LLi .
"No Alitas on the 1922 Club
Let ts Secede From Illiteracy."
These inspirint slogans are e'm
blazoned boldly at. the top of the at
est issue of the Pickens Sentinel.
'iekens county is (eetrnine(d to
becomne one of the leading progres
sive educational counties of South
Carolina and will not be content un
til illiteracy has been banished frot
Pickens is waging this summer an
elfective campaign for the removal
From just one issue of the Pickens
Sentinel the following eneou raging
facts are derived:
1. Only one vote was eas':t. in l(p -
position to the lev:. ing of sc hool tax
of five mills extra in Pi'kens .whool
district. in the 'lection h t week.
2. Shady Grove school district. l::t
week voted to increase t.h-- shool
levy to eight mills. thereby ob-t-.
lin the tote unian ecthee for a -cll
(t'erml of schoon mots " whic is "1 -chnol
ilistrictl i Ul bit Ioni rra t e tultedt ttonh
this proi:ivle -tip." say lic The Se
tichel. T'nhet lip' :0 I wide awake to
the adlvan1(ta"'- of anl edlucationl and1
,re do1'i : w .iinn t heir power''1 to
gIvle their boys amI t girls a1 chance.
SIn the near fu' ure they will builda
m1oderni shool hus which is man-h
scwhool term they wii! he onl anl even
footing with ottwcr rural schools of
3i,. lhunopton school district, which
recently voted boids for schools, is
now at. work on a new school house.
1. The new i'leasant rtov > school
house will soon be ready for occu
pancy. It will he "a credit to any
- comn tt itly." the Sentinel saty.
t> patons tc ftt I- a~les;tine school
will hold a am1(> m1;'tinly t discus:
wa;ys :(n1C no-a of:' t! ini.;fing the"
(;. kueun h 1 c ool istrct i un
detakicg' to d:l other room1) to, th
present btuilding for use this fial.
7. ( ates school district, probably
the mos.,t (clrowbllt'l school in the coutn11
l try, - e tem:a:timt m .ving. thce
e schbool house ( and has added~t an1othert
r tt-i h . A 11(in t ,ud t.' a1 li
l ho w ill .. .;.:.)!.I w ti thi., im11
flt'ovemtt1( ''Gates w\'At have a chane1.4
to 'i'1e' het' btoys :md ,-ir: a tai
( hanice with ot.er rural schoolls of
8. The people of the Rock an
New Town schools. district. will vot
1)on conlsolillitiol of the dlistrets o
t- ( The people .-\ mbler s-ho
district vote tohiy oit five mills exit
levy for school ptuirposes.
F 10. The peolde of I lagood scho
district vote tiab , ; six tmil
extra levy for school piu-poses.
The Me itntil: "'lTh li trstees e
Pickenis countyv have resp)ontded itn
manly fashiont to the ntew compultL
__sory eduttionta Il hw. They' atl sect
to realize the ineeid of t his law at)
have gone to work witih at vim. Tlh
l awv will go inito forice in imost of thi
schools at the first of the w%:i
term. WVith the conttinued co-oper:
tiont of' our* trusteeis andti teachet
this Ilaw w tl even'tu oally pr'ove tI
:les A c'o rdling toi the' lost repotit of tI
-St ate Su pi tenden'tiIct oft E'd uciit
>lid scotilv scit.$lL8 li
he'ad accordinig to enrtolbtnetnt ont tI
A 7,3 I chlid'ent itt its 12 city and.
re- coutry schinools. in that. respt'
md ickenos r'antkid fority- fouitrthI in ti
lift lh itn iantk itn sc l~lt atteinttht
ne). with an ave'rage atttendlai'twc I
schooll pupils of 4,80.4, or' 6S-28 Ii
cent. If' Pic kens c'onttinuteiis its pri
ent activity for eduhicationi. htow''r
it. wtill soot) take ranik neartt the topt
the et~tre state-andu that is win
Pickents shouldl be.
Every citizen not onlty of Pidh"
county antd of the Piedmttont s.'cft
but of the whole State its'well ml'
By Charle's stigbroe
* western Newn.'i i o"
1CEMGA OF AAV GRMQOOoD'.
EARMEO MAOW Tob CUS.
As their forefathers struggled for
their freedom in the War of the Re
volutio'n and in the War PBetween the
States, so hundreds of the men and
women of Pickens today with the
came courage and love of libe'ty are
striving to free themselves and their
fellow-citizens forever from illiter
acy. They are doing their level best
to see to it that the poorest child in
the county shall have an education
that will give him or her a fair
chance to make omething of himself
or herself and to become an educat
ed, useful, patriotic citizen.
Hats off to old Pickens county!
God grant that from her blue
mountains to her uttermost, boun
(lares beside the sea the whole Pal
Im'ttoa State may soon "secede from
Abla rield at. th it"rsile Ice of .1. W.
lliday. nagtisit:t . Auust 19, Mr.
I udie (antt. to Mli Mlari Findley, "
toth of the Ga1' lil section. The
lide is a dauglter of M1r. .loe Vind
ley, tihe groom the obiest son of Mr.
WV. S. G.antt. Immediately after the
cerenmoiy the couple left. for parts
unknown. This couple have the best
wishes of their many frienlds.
On Alormday. :\utgust 15, 1:921,
liss 'elpha I ca trde'n and Mrl. Ilomer
Stephens drove to Six .Mile. where I
4:00 o'clock they were .ioined in the
holy boins of m:ati imony by ). C.
.Aiaoi, N. 1'.
'Th . ruite is a dt:aurhter of Al r. and
Mlrs. 'Tyler Heotdden, while the :.iroom
is the son of Mlr. tinl Mlr!s. Frank
Sltephenls. and is :; youln.'m atmer of
tile Mlounlta in \'iew mottion , wher'
tihy wvll iniake their home. Their
ant'iy f'riends 'wieh for tmii a lon
a:ntl happy life.
MISSIONARY AT SECONA.
Al! muenmlers of Secona church are
nroe I to be present at. church Sun
lay. A Thth, to hear Miss Mary
lawtoi. talk of China. Come out
uni bing: ' your friends.
. I'. Ml itchell.
NAIL IT ON THE HEAD.
That's one of the best tests of lun
ber v'u can make. If it splits in the
use of th'e right. sized nail, the him
" her is not first grade and not wha
you pail for. If your order call
f1 a low vruadt for rough plriposes
we have i that, too.
l I* * * * * * *
* MARTIN & BLYTHE
a * Masonic Temnple, Greenville, S. C.
f ~ Benj. F. Martin.
E. M. Blythe.
Effective July 15th
1921, Chevrolet Motoi
Car prices are:
Model 490 Touring
nModel 490 Sedan $1,
~Model F. B. (Baba
..Model 490 Sedan an<
-F. B. touring have beel
All above prices deliv
For inforrnation or d
monstration see H. L
Barr, care Barr Bros
Easley, S. C.
I - V
SPECIAL SALE ON
New goods are comi:
order to make room for
make special prices on 0
All men's $10.00 C
All $5.00 Oxfords t<
Ladies Oxfords bout
go at cost.
A lot of children's s(
Eggs 40c at present.
Hens 18c pound.
Fryers 30c up to 75c
Your Trade is Appre
J. W. HENDR
tl I '
1827 ERSKINE C4
}' Iityv- foui ye ars of Continuou
Snaveing AdtiherceIC. to Chri:
CourQSs: A. 11., lI. S., Mi. A., l's
1 .iterary Societ ies Emlphasized.
InIterIcollegiate C'outests in i.)
Wo\'rthy of Compajris;on.
Ade(Itjun t~ FI)( ( I Endowmen anil E< ii
Blouurd in (Colleg J lom a1ui t C<
For CatialIog.ue an id A.pplicat ion
18 Due West
Send Us Your J
Well, What Kind of a To
* r ot o
ou ,o e
. 'we.- (so
ag in weekly. In
the new, I shall
xfords to go at
> go at $2.50.
ht this season to
hool hats, prices
'OUR BUILDING SPECIFICA
Ir- the highest .rade lumber you
plce your order here with the
'-t confIiIen"e1. Iong and inti
contact. with wood values en
ti. to buy the best timber at
lowest. Jprices. 'rofit by our ex
H. W. HAMILTON
Easley, S. C.
tian Chara~cter and~t Tihorough i
--M edical1, Special.,L
bateLs, O)ratory and( Athletics j
ist. Price in Private Homes
1Blank, write to
wn Is Washington?