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Strengt nd 10 n.- in .
b)lod toniv. W iohe' the lod os
Gude's Pepto-Mangan purifies it by
driving. off the waste matter. Good
blood is full of vitality and prevents
illness, giving the body greater power
of 'resistance. . The weakness of old
age are greatly. helped by a supply of
rich, red blooO. Gude's Pepto-Mangan
s .sold in liquid or tablet form by all
druggists. It has been recommended
by phyicians for 30 years and is :a
valuable 'tonic and builder for the
'weak and run-down of all ages fr)m
cidl ed to old pge. Advertisement.
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Ferris or Kulp Strain (white *
* leghorn) $2.00 per setting. *
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We will be glad to have you so
o sell. We will be glad to talk wit
you may wish to buy.
Low prices on car load lots of A
ton'seed meal, Cotton seed hulls, loos
of all kinds.
We buy and sell on Commission.
SASH - DOORE
Rough and Dressed
a good ass
elds cut anc
There Is no exc
and real 10 moey-mk
Te 1 nla il
produen fast growt n .'oung eh eks.
results fro th use of ay veo-,'t rc
C. P. Gillespie ... Central, S. C., noute 1.
it. T. Smith~ Drug Co...Easley, S. C.
- N. n3. Williams ........ Dacuaville, S. C.
J; wV. Loop~er .........Easley Route 2.
E,. L. JTones & Son ...Easley Route 0.
Hunter's Pharmacy...Liberty, S. C.
w,, S. Parsons .......... Liberty, S. C.
The home merch
your needs BUY IN G1
you wvant. Firms and
Nearly Forty Yca's In Bi
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A Share of Your atro1
IMade by W. C. Durant, former1
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klb)o No. 83, L. 0. 1?. M. at , Tiekenli
@: requestecto 1neet itho ,Wood
ian Hall on Saturday MnL1ht, March
11, for the puirpose "of rotbganizing.
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ortment of glass.
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S IN 'PICKENS COUNTY
.. B. Holliday .. --------Liberty, S. C.
M1. 1. Jloggs -...Liberty, S. C., Itoute 1.
N.. . Reeves ....- Liberty, S. C., Route 1.
Kdowee Pharmacy ........-Plens, S. C.
.J. Md. Garrett & Son..-Piekens, S. C., It. 2.
Six Mile Pharmacy-...Stix Mile, S. C.
J. L. Dillard & Son .... Six Mile, S. C.
mnt is entitled to y our trade f
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tsiness In GREENVILLE
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EAL GOQD CAR.
ie 'd of General Motors.
s Mlotor Co.
Greenville, S. C
Unpaid taxek accumulated for two
or thr.e years, will be on the people
this fall, "eapecialy large landowners
in the lower part of the State.
The chief argument used against
the extenstion of the time for the pay.
ment of taxes was that it failed to
solve the problem and merely post
poned the sheriff's execution, and piled
up a double burden for payday, filed
to fall before any financial relief can
be hoped for.
Is it not the duty of the general as
sembly to provide a real solution? Are
the farmers aware that this is con
tained in the Wells, McCravey Bill
newly introduced in the Senate? I say
"farmers," but I am told that many
"bankers" say they cannot borrow the
money to pay their back taxes.
This bill provides for the settlement
of past duo taxes, to be hereafter due
and payable in five annual install
ments, with seven per cent interest,
along with the current taxes of 1922-3
4-5-6, and prevent the wholesale dis.
franchisement of our voters.
Taxes now in arrears amounting to
$500 on a plantation in the Boll-Wee
vil area could thus be paid through
five years at the rate of $100 a year,
plus interest, instead of being all
added to the taxes for the present
The people are undergoing an un
pree-dented strain. Their State.
should not press them to the wall, but
should remit penalties and grant
them. That is what banks and credi
tors generally have maganimously
and wisely done since the "deflation"
trap was sprung and universial bank
iuptcy has been pending.
This Bill furthur provides for the
State to borrow at low interest in
New York on the past due taxes as
collateral and advance the cash to
the counties, thus relieving schools
and other public necessities from
present suffering or stopping through
the present impossibility to collect
taxes. It meets the emergency.
The Bill is a solution-a relief to
both tax-payers and counties, espec
ially schools. It makes dead assets
liquid and prevents general disaster.
But time is short and quick action
is necessary. Any one favoring the
measure might telegraph his senator
and write his representatives.
Bernard P. Carey,
(Rep. from Chas.)
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Christopher
Esq., Judge of Probate for Picken
county, in the State of South Carolina
on the 31st day of March 1922, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can b<
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the personal estate of N. E
Strickland deceased, and obtain dis
charge as administratrix of said es
Mrs. Carrie Strickland,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMEN
Notice is hereby given that I wi
make application to N. A. Christoph
Esq., Judge of Probate for Picker
county, in the State of South Carolini
on the 31st day of March 1922, at 1
o'clock, in the forenoon, or as so0
thereafter as said application can lb
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment -of the personal estate of W. 19
Strickland deceased, and obtain dih
charge as administratrix -of said et
Mrs. Carrie Strickland,
The Taylor Colquitt Tie and Pol
Co., announce that they arc now v
a position to handle all the Whit
Oak ties brought in and pay CAS1
for them. Brother that sounds gee
fnr the CASH is what we are nee<
ing most these days.
irst. He is your neighbor an
ity, where the business men
aar in this directory are knov
If you wish to know something
vice, ask any of our owners. All
ifl X aqadelmy. a w of the
bt sket ball %#Oms Arthe county.
The layed ive gamesq ith different
schools in Greenville and other coun
I ties and won four of the games.
The community is -Vuch grieved to
learn; of the death* of Mips. Myrtle
Littleton of Salem which 'ccured at
LongCreek, academy last week. She
has been a student at the Sir Mile
academy for several years but was
attending Long Creek this year. She
was a good christian girl and made
many friends here who regret to learn
of het death.
Miss Shirly, a member of the facul
ty, spent-the week-end with her par
ents in Anderson county.
Miss Trogdon, also a member of the
faculty has returned from her home
in Union much improved after having
The singing convention which met
at Six Mile Sunday afternoon was
largely attended by people from all
ovdr the county. There were a num
ber of'good singers and plenty of good
Prof. W. C. Mann was away on
usiness last week. A. D. Mann, Jr.,
acted as principal of the school in his
The Six Mile school district recently
voted on four mills additional school
tax which guarantees them a seven
months school term. We congratulate
the distict on this forward movement.
They should have had a seven month
school years ago.
Mr. R. P. Prince has gone to Char
leston this week to attend a Mason
Rev. F. S. Childress will preach his
lasst sermon at Six Milel as pastor
of the church next Sunday. We re
gret very much to give up Mi. Chil
dress for his place will be hard to
fill. We can recommend him to the
field to which he is going. The new
pastor has not been secured.
There will be a box supper at
Pleasant Grove school March 10th.
Arrangement is also being made to
have some very excellent music., so
come both young and old and let us
have a delightful time together.
The Greenville Daily News and The
Pickens Sentinel one year each for the
price of The News alone.
The Pickens Sentinel and the At
lanta Tri-Weekly Constitution one
year each for $2.25.
Daily and Sunday
Leave Pickens for Easley
7:40 a. m., 11:40 a. in., 2:00 p. ni
5:00 p. Im.
Leave Eanley for Pickens
9:00 a. m., 1:00 p. in., 3:30 p n
9:40 p. i.
Meets Southern trains Nos. 29, 41
16, 15, 30 and 45 at Easley. Fare 5(
BusA leaves from Pickens Dru
r Store and Easley depot. Will ca
for Pickens passengers for earl
morning trip. Phone calls to Picket
11 Drug Co., Phone No. 8.
s Oliver Typewriter Company, A1
r, thorized Selling Station, latest modi
1 Number Nine equipped with the Ne'
n Commerdial key board and noisles:
e The greatest value ever offered by
Typewvriter Company. $49.50 Cas
r. and $55.00 on timie. $3.00 down pe
month until paid.
No one who does any business at a
can now afford to be wvithout a typt
Write us about particulars and th
. five clay free offer.
e OLIVER TYPEWRITER COMPANi
F. B. Morgan, Central, S. C.
Cross tie checks arc money. The
dI will pay your taxes, buy provisiori
and clothing. What more can a ma
expect these days?
d helping you to build up yot
are always glad to see you ar
mn by The Sentinel to be relial
rs In Greenville
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