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9 OF ELECTION.
* of ]Wickens.
' .s, a petition has been filed
ith n , trustes of the ;Shady Grove
stch 65htdistrict:No. 44, in'said- county
uid state, signed by more than one
third of the registered. freeholders
of the, age of twenty-one years of
saidyschool district as appears by the
certificates of the County Auditor of
said county attached to said petition,
praying that the trustees of said
school . district order an election to
determine whether or not bonds in
the cum of . Twelve Hundred dol
lan; shall be issued by the said school
district for the purpose of school im
jAnd it further appearing by. the
certificate of the county auditor of
sais county that the proposed bond
ispe of Twelve Hundred Dol
does not Exceed four per cent of
the assessed valuation of property
for taxation in said district including
It is, therefore 'ordered by the
board of trustees of Shady Grove
School District No. 44 that an elec
tion be held in the said sechol 'dis
trict on the 24th day of Sept., 1921,
on the question whether such bonds
shall be issued or not, said bonds to
be issued in denominations of One
Hundred Dollars each to run for a
period of twenty years from the (late
of issue and bearing six per cent in
terest payable annually. At such
election only qualified voters resid
ing in this school district shall be al
lowed to vote.
We are prepared to supply the' ii
eleventh grade. Our lines are stan
ing you look through
INK, 10 and 15e
SPELL.ING PADS, be
PENCIL SHARPENERS, $1.10
RUdiES, b aand 10c
DRINKING CUPS, 10c
COMPL.ETE LINE 01' HIHOOL
Where "Berv ice
* 'ying this convent
thing you want
Plenty of g
and water, etc.
Court will co:
* .fourth Monday,
ance is expecte
[ 4IIPl4sI ll.open at 8:00 o'clock
a-. n. AWI Mle t-C4 , eI66k" 'l in
The ballots. to be' voted must have
written or printed on them the
words, 'For Bonds" or "Against
The folio amea creby
appointed s tg;. d i said
T. S. Gaslloway,-. Hovie Murphee, R.
By order of the Board of Trustees
of Shady Grove School District No.
44. B. P.' oore
B. B. Crenshaw
0. S Gllo*ay
Board of Trustees of Twelve Mile
School District .o'.39. . 2t
NOTICE OF ELECTION
State of "South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition has bern filed
with the trustees of Kings school
district No. 25, in said county and.
state, signed by more than one-third
of the registered freeholders of the
age of twenty-one years of said
school district as appears by the cer
tifcates of the county' auditor of said
county attached to.. said . petition,.
praying that the trustees of said
school district order an election to
deternine whether -or not bonds in
the sum of One Thousand Dollars
shall be issued by. the said school
district for the purpose' of school im
And it further appearing by the
certificate of the county. -auditor of
said county that the proposed bond
issue of One Thousand D'ol)ars does
leds of students frpm tthe first to tthe
lard and we will take .le ure in hav
SHU R-RITE "PENCILS. 5Oc
SCHOOL TABLETS, 55 F TS, Sc.
"EN ifO1NTS PEN HOLDIIRS
COMPOSITION 4BOOKS, t and 10c
NO''E ,BOOKS, large & small, 5 & 10
BOOOKS AND 'S&IOOi SUPPLIES
:NS, S. C.
'is Our WatchW~rd.
26, 27 & 28t1
ivited to corle t
fthe Foothills- dui
ion and bring .any
to swap or. sell'
Is provided. .:30o
nvenein Pickens t11
which is the dayt11
ins, and the. atten4
d to be the' large:
30t exceed-fpur, per cent f -.To i y
%#0p8ed' 'Valuation of property for
td 4on in said district, . -including M
It is thterefore - ordered by.- the
board of trustees of Kings school dis
trict N?. 25 ,hat an election be hid=
in the iidin.''ooi district on: the 2Y
day of Septehrber, 1921, on the tues- tl
tion whether such .bonds shall be .s- L
sued or not, said bonds to be issu.d
in denominations of One Hundred 14
Dollars each to run for a period of
twenty years from the date of issue
and bearing six per cent interest,
payable annually. At such election
only qualified voters residing in this y
school district shall be allowed to
vote. ' : 1
''The polls. shall open at 8:00 o'- *
clock a. m. and close at 4 o'clock p.m, h
The ballots . to'be /voted., mustdeti
written or printed on them the words k
"For- Bonds" or "Against Bonds." a
The following named' are -hereby 11
appointed managers to hold said
election: . U
'Rer'cI C K Pressley, R M M
By order -of. the Board of. Trustees
of. Kings School District No. 25.
W G Hendricks,
-, T Hollis,
W M Volrath,
Board of Trustees of Kings ,Sqhool 4
District No. 25.
- '. CITATION.
The State of South Carolina,
By N. A. Christopher, Esq., Probate
Whereas, Mrs. Ada C. Alexander
made suit. to me to- grant her Letters
of Administration of the Estate of
Id fretIi of Frank E. Alexander,
T es'e 'are therefore, to cite and
.i 5 hpoA 'i . ind singular the kin
dred'Pi editors of the said Frank
E. Alexander, deceased, that they be
and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at. Pickens
Court House, S. C., on the 16th day
of Sept., 1921., next, after publica
tion b'ereo', at 1 o'clock in the fore
toon, to' show cause, 'if any they
have, why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given. und n y hand and seal this
6th da.g si September,. 1921, in the
146th year oA'our independenee. - -
N. A. Christopher,
Judge of Piobate, Pickens County,
FOR, .4.LV-Belgian hares, five
months d, .$2.50; four months
$2.20. 'Goodman Rabbitry, Calhoun
On Saturday- the 24th. J will buy
white rpultyplying onions at $1 49
'a bushel, 40 lbs. to the bushel. The
Sloniger you held onions they lighted
jthey ge so* bring what you have.
E. 11. Craig.
FOA t 't One good two hor'se
farm three miles from Pickens, C H
in good .gondition. Apply to,
J, M. Stewart.
FOB.t SAI4M-pFord Touring Car
bsen rug abpqt 500 miles. cheap mus
R i. M. X. care Sentinel.
.l your. school needls a high clas
piano the Gantit Furniture Co., o
Liberty, 'wants to furnish one free
See them for particulars.
REITE'S GIN is in good repai
' 11md( ,geads ,t ,run.. Price $2.50 pe
e bale. A. . Reece, Mhnager.
FOJt SALE--One black mare mule
O~1oigd pubber tire buggy and1( har
rness samne as newv. Will sell or nvaj
*for''a good . fiv~e passenger Ford ear
See fd Wilson, Alijee Mill, Easley.
LOST-Saturday, August :27, on
red swveater and one Sport coat, be
tweenf Liberty and Mrs. .\lary A
leav the gtFolgr &Hendrieb~
Pickens, or Glen n's drug store, Lib
S MON~f- FQUND.--When.we
an o'muc}) gr.M.NSi m
We have just regeivedl a car Ioa,
of Appl& seed oats, also Texas Rek
Rust P'ofand/tFulghum Oats. AIls
iAbruzzi rye andl common rye. Fin
le'y, & Whitmnireg Easley, S. C. 3
agency, for 'E-2'" cleaner,asen
ti~fic preperation for cleaning clothing
rugs, carpets,.buath tubs, sinks, tiling
marbl%, weod .w.brk, glass, cookin,
utensils, fl'abr .En upholstering of al
kinds. .It cgniaine nothing that wi)
injure e4 ier. febcs or the skin an
- ousekeeirs i(t have used it fin
It. lndilspensable. llaude is 'sellingi
flt. 9e a t.t gjett ntroduce
*1 *'. . tA e ':.~
Phys and Wherdfetre ,of the
Oalt .With at 1 ..ngth; '
En gliSh Writer.
I. never pution ,.a d4w&-)'at wit6 dut -
)!iJn.'.feitnga.of pity.. for the Ja.irO
gn whto ajan neyer enjoy thedeI tktt
krill that it giveki. writes J. M, In the
endon .Daily 114111. . - ..,- .
But the'1. s muich to be gone th1* 3 .
More thity: triiuphant muomen't
>r the buiniess of ch1oos1ing l . vk it.
fraug4ht . with nervous - ppfll1 .p , p .
et our chokce fall upon the oug -
lape or eolor.
Only, moral cowards take refuge hm
erpetual 'ibyek heatlar. - . , .
Wii, t464en, Is It exactly thatt'.w -1:
1t bin , egr"etves. as, vie .step (tg .:"6
Pen street for thoart.th '100
Jf the ,4tot e:.6 ntoub
' A ''eetfaret e t
niowilgi' that' she e'tioking:
l*ays snak"t a womain 'feel -h0 j
Hats shoul1 be itleativw "i be
eeds of the weaser. Black g
ty, tiark :blu de^r sobtiety, b Yqpwem 161
aimstys,' -ed for uhtitag sys.
The ht :with the ,0oh4g eteq ,4.
otes a 6af midsnlmater mood, the
moelst violet" toque maken a . iwtte
14ve'l to romance. ' e'.
The Tdsthing eavalier o a liMk
weeping phNmes (none of ylpW
v~ne)..travesties, ,but " lweibourIfhed
iitto~wy 'qtrich ftathers) .prehetde
in adveptbre, while the 'Quak gfg.
e'ue wttli tle floatlt gw vell'. w}Ittic
lemure;: downeast eyes.
But for.'real happiness give- m1e the
Dld felt het1 that IHves at the - bach of
the ,wpplrete and" hasm survived - the
"turnig ,o0t" of manyfears. As wet
ermqt-lis''eltl frjend n tojour headk
with. amut.-at thesb 1to -.shadf.tthe
eyes, the c ol air of the uplands comes
to meet us-even as we MnAch fqr a stilc
anmd pass )ut through "the open door
on the. rid which leads back to the
lend of haipy ameggwrtey.
MARAT hONORED AS PATRIOT
oBlodthirety. Leader of French thvon
tlon lnterred With a"the t..
O.nes of the Nation.
Fromn th destructton of the bA ile;
182 years ago, July 14, -the em
ment of the Freneh Itevolutto I )
enii. its eatmguinay. .fonltfeip ;e
representetjve ot such odious
elveness as.Jehn Pahil Marst; wt
assassinateed in 1741. By b'rth l!+tt
Of Civiniatfe parente, he ha': led - 6
strange' if4 for :46 year"-latterly i
geat '''n"nl'' cris a" brought i tin to
the surface as 'a journast. anda. taoai
bet of the eonventtsn. 'Le ttiM -11W
feet Migh, with -frghttul- countenanli
and aaniaeal eye, he was an objett o'f
aversion to . mQst people; but'.*"060
frantlc earestness anti. heatta't4d 'Mt
no violenceagainast the.enemtes/'4f lli
erty, and og came to (tesmI4i the en
tir tovt ege th a ft e of 1411#
ofr1 eei, to'at 'A dtly elltrt'o~ d fp
bio. andibe des -eieit
eet1a -N uic aa~y'n:'4
body 4a ipaieI itl~ P.4tO
wf p$at th' 4ttle -9 letm .
day 'tbe boii. 'feb deIatmo
sbati to4enge th fat -eae id g
- ine Beatharu .' naragot'e'l deth wa
)tl4o h reateda pbtr. calaip yuantd~ait
body "e" poie 1b'rthe 'Panytrao
with. o kgre ts.nof t.ica or'iii.i
Figh % t ... toyi Wh toan t
efovr 'AtAytlir tei e
,ar 'e ronh wn uedl -'lt ou1
plumei. -lyine hinredni h, ougn 'scree
the fertie ign been greend ors'td
The ipeutsi are hat'ing'e lre isni edi~h
tewepl silt." gis. bit to manyt iCll
linsert af Mcua. Isf i'ere me
befor itIheyo afre.srn tenougs\'tlii
ifareu and.tis is .wbrei th airplane
arek'i pIng soe useful Pilte 1onot
pa n, flyng etrmely egw. th.%*Br
th ente beeig rondoiit.
of Fcstdrecthns Caresymm. ,
trelephoed boyhe antvii--ocustearla
qurters irJ ath Miramt. If there 4'100
grassmna, trol rbir pmoured- -ong it
and itcis , etafreOterwo n~il ise in~
ines ae is rewn~ th thawdusi
ioakd in grenrc. ohi kilthe iso ste
it time, arner lso an egg thqtd -s
unatcd.o - hv nahur.Apou
-b,:a Fench~ g C.urtey. -~i~C U
Iznc onow rahe smer citie I, efa
F rce. .ueby aondgvisroniheadguat
t ies, bowiyg th wintie ro 1984
phns, the.~ oarb,. o mer, tag
diign y youce b y,.z'~e numerous ..9'p
dsith eaers, wsiedg.~tmjo
fa t. . ., . ., . ..~ ,.
.. Ne. hn a.peroage .ixpte. cm
int te wen hereda are i o le
anea foav fun wat hic Alphons
choas l o tepia9t y. nithed tis
temerinewviraink ,twsenahe swit.p
Sae tatino,.ralnp geerl," her
n eses, "ket dolyn,..mot gtsi
St u be.x ileg seet v ot1"
fatnine victm vy.t i rthe u
I duce sufnete 6du .prei
to.ame New 9-s
Are here again, alf the girl
or at least we hope so.
School supplies are here: T
Pencils, Watemans Iount;
(eolored and white) Ink, Pen
Lunch Kits' are ideat-or chile
Let us show you.
R. E. Lewis, Prop
Dr. Glymph of A
THE OLD RE
- - PICKENS,
DAY ONLY, TI
r e5Day .Only, .
on't neglect the schuoI childrens eyes, H
EXAMINATION FREE - SAT
We Have on H p
With Galvanized~ Wir
Screen Windows at
*$12.50 up, Screen H ar
all sizes, Doors-best
Casings, Beaver Board.
* 'Comepr Write sus for.~
: j:I have recently vis
that the recent advar
caused a great advant
dry goods, especially
SI have plenty of g
S\the right price, and I
~ right.' There is io i
* the price of goods mie
,'vice would be for es
''fRemember that I pa
Y market for produce.
Your Trade isAppi
~ K ' J. W. HEND
s and boys an app
ablete (50- shed s) 54
tin Pens, Crayons.
points etc. Therm
Iren who take theiur
4. . 4 w. -;
- Eyestr a in
iderson, S. C.
-URSDAY, SEPT, 22d.
Frid y, Sept. 23rd.
ave them exam ned .hie you hve'
e at $2.5Qau~h.
$1.00, Ice Boxesa at
:lware, Wiadas- *
nade, Mouldiris, .
ice of cotton has
~e in the price Qf
jods bought at
iigi how hgh
y go, so my iad. ,
erybod1y .to buy
iy the Greenville