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County of Pkhns, BJ. B. Newbry dge Whereas, . . aade HuI tDme tpant nM lett0 of adminia trationi the estate :o and efects o Frank . Smith, deeaaed. These are, rhereiore, to cite and ad ronish all and singuar the kindre and creditors of toe said Frank H Smith, deceased, that they be and ap pear before me, In the court of probate to be held at Pickens Uourt House S C., on the 7th day of November, 18 next, aftes publition hereof, at -B o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause if any they have, why the said admin istration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal thie 28rd day of October, L918, in the 148r< year of our independence. J. B. NEwBEay, Seal) 26 J. . P.O Citation State of South Carolina, County of Pickens. By J. B. Newbery, Esq., Probate Judge: Whereas, Silas Kirksey made suit t< me to grant him letters of administra, tion of the estate and effects of J. R Kirksey, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and ad monish all and singula.z the kindred anc creditors of the' said J. R. Kirksey, deceased, that they be and appear be. fore me, in the court of probate, to be held at Pickens Court House, S. C., oh the 7th day of November, 1918, next, after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any they have, why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal, this 22nd day of October, 1918, in the 143rd year of our independence. J B NEWBERY, (Seal) 26 J. P. P. C. Citation State of South Carolina, County of Pickens. By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge: Whereas, James Hendricksmade suit to me to grant him letters of adminis tration of the estate and effects of Augustus Hagood, deceased. These are, therefore, to cite and ad monish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said Augustus Hagood, deceased, that they be and appear before me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at Pickens, S. C., on the 7th day of November, 1918, next after publi cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore noon, to show cause, if any they have, why the said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal this 19th day of October, 1918, the 143rd year of our Independence. J. B. NEWBERY. (Seal) 26 J. P. P.C. To the Trade If you are thinking of buying a good Watch. Clock, or any thing in the Jewelry line, come in arid let us show you what we have. We have Elgin, Waltham, Hamilton Watches. Bracelet Watches for the la <lies and Military Watches for the soldier boys. Also ladies' Brooches, Rings, Silver and many other things in the Jewelry line 4ve will b~e glad to sho w you. H. SNIDER EASLEY, - South aroline Clerk's Sale State of South Carolina, Pickem~ County--In Court of Common Pleas. Andrew Kirksey, et al.. Plaintiffs against J. W. Hendricks as Administrator etc., et al., Defendants. In pursuance of a decretal ordei made in the above stated case by hi Honor Judge H. F. Rice, dated Sep tember 24th, 1918, I will sell to th~e highest bidder, salesday in November 1918, the same being Monday, Novem ber the 4th,' 1918, during the leg hours for sale, at Pickens C. H., S. C the following described tract of lan< to-wit: All that certain piecb, parcel or lo of land lying and being situate in thi county and state aforesaid, adjoinini lands of W. E. Hendricks) J. W. Hen dricks and others, and containini twenty (20) acres, more or less Terms cash, purchaser to pay fo: papers, stamps, and recording same Should purchaser fail to comply witi the terms of sale within a reasonabli time, same will be resold at the risk o the former purchaser. October 10th, 1918. 0. S. STEWART, 26 Clerk of Court. Sale ot Real Estate By virtue of authority vested in us L..O0. Lynch, W. R. Lynch and G. A Lynch, as executors of the last wi and testament of G. M. Lynch, dE ceased, by the aforesaid will, we wi sell to the highest bidder for cash, o the 4th day of November, 1918, jum after the clerk's sales, if helhas any o that day, all that certain piece, parci or tract of land lying and being si tual in the state and count aforesaid o Oolenoy river, and ajining lands < W. J. Lynch, E~lijah Chastain and Mrn S. A. Lynch, and containin g three hui dred (800) acres more or less. Sari to be sold in front of the court hous< Pickens, S. C., at eleven o'clock, or's soon thereafter as conveniernt. Pu: chaser to pay for drawing of papers. Any one interested in said land se Frank Alexander, Pickens, S. C. This 7th day of October, 1918. L. C. LYNCH, W. R. LYNCH, G. A. LYNCH. 26 Execor - M . V a!V .a " Stake of 11010th 'aolm County of Piekene. Notice In horebxr -given that tb (Geherail Election -for United 8tMA isenator :(fUll'term), and RePteSen3ts tives in'Conge s. and a 8090ot1' cton orUnite 'States Senato (hort .erm) will be hold at the vol l4g precincts fixed by law ir th County of Pickens, on Tuesday, Nc member 5th, 1918 said day-being Tu esday following the irst, Monday a prescribed by the State Constitutlori "1he .qualifications for suffrage ar, as follows: Residence in State for two yeari ]n the -County one year, in the poll ing precinct In which the elector of fers to vote, four months, and thi payment six months before any el ection of any poll tax then due an< pstyabile. Provided, That ministers ii dharge of an organized church an< teachers of public schools shall bo ,entitled to vote after six months' res Idence - in the State, otherwise quali fed. REGISTRATION. - Payment o all taxesi, including poll, tax, assesse< -and collectible during the previoui year. The production of acertificati or the receipt of the offieer authori. zed to collect such taxes shall be con. elusive proof of the payment .thereof Before the hour fixed for opening the polls Managers and Clerks musi take and subscribe to the Constitu tional oath. The Chairman of the Board of Managers can administei the oath to the other glanagers and to the Clerk; a Nota6y Public musi administer the oath to Chairman The Managers elect their Chairmar and Clerk. Polls at each voting place must b< opened at 7 o'clock a. in., and close( at 4 o'clock p. in., except in the Cit3 of -Charleston, where they shall bf opened at 7 a. in., and closed at 6 p m. The Managers have the power t( fill a vacancy; and if none of th4 Managers attend, the citizens can ap point, from among the qualified vo ters, the Managers, who, after beinl sworn, can conduct the election. At the close of the election, th4 Managers and Clerk must procee< publicly to open the -ballot box an< count the ballots therein, and con tinue without adjournment until thi same is completed and make a state ment of the result for each office and sign the same. Within three dayi thereafter, the Chairman of th4 Board, or some one designated b3 the Board, must deliver to the Com missioners of Election the poll list the box containing the ballots an< written statements of the result 0: the election. MANAGERS OF ELECTION The following Managers of Elec tion have been appointed to hold th< election at the various precincts ir the said County. Antioch-E. C. Bowie, R. M. Lusk A. T. Winchester. Alice Mills-Roy R. Smith, J. S King, W. E. Hill. Cateechee-J. F. Williams, Joel R Griffin, C. D. Gaillard. Central-T. T. Arnold, J. S. Hall E. B. Stephens. Calhoun-N. M. Boggs, C. R. Law rence, W. B. Cochran. Cross Plains-(At M. W. Hester' store,)-Frank Hester, G. W. Hol combe, W. M. Howard. Croswell-J. 0. Hughey, W. C Kay, M. L. Loggins. Dacusvie-J. J. Ponder, S. B. Looper, P. L. Jones. Easley-R. G. Shock, J. B. Jame son, S. L. Robinson. Easley Mill, No. 1-J. M. Jones F. E. Farr, K. Z. Whitmnire. Easley Mill, No. 2-F. F. Williams G. Bl. Byrd, R. C. Robinson. Flat Rock-W. F. Young, H. G Fowler, M. J. Boggs. Glenwood-C. B. Hagood, J. J Sims, R. L. Boggs. Holly Springs-Ed. Stewart, W. R Price, E. D. Chastain. Issaqueena-R. Ramiseur, Johi Jainies, C. J. Tarrant. Juli'an's Store-W. D. Freeman W. C. Capps, C. A. Julian. Kings-T. S. Ramsey, F. C. Stew art, J. M. Hunnicutt. Liberty-W. S. Parsons, J. J Gantt, John T. Boggs. Looper's Gin-E. L: Jonet, R. M Hill, J. M. Chastain. Mile Creek-J. L. Murphree, J. E Nix, W. G. Roper. Norris-E. C. McWhorter, J. A Whiten, Ernest H. Mullinix. Pickens-R. E. Bruce, P. Hen1y Porter, W. B: Freeman. Pickens Mill-H. E. Jones, Johr Wesley Julian, W. J. Bridgman. Peter': Creek-J. E. Singleton, L Pumpkintown-Robt. Jones, J. B Roper, J. Butler Chastain. lPraters-E. H. Watson, F. B Murphree, G. C. Bolding. Pleasant Grove-J. F. 'Rigdon, W D. Hendricks, J. L. Burgess. :Shady Grove-Jno. W. Thomas, 8 A. Bryant, Taylor Jones. Six Mile-J. A. Roper, D. E. Gar rett, W. B. Mann. The Managers at each precine named above are requested to dele gate one of their number to secur< the box and blanks for the electio1 from the Commissioners at Pickens C. H., on Saturday, November 2d1 1918. C. T. MARTIN G. H. ABERNATHY, L. C. POSEY. Commissioners of Federal Electio1 for Pickens County, S. C. October 21, 1918. STATEMENT -The following statement of owner II ship, management, etc., of the Picken Sentinel is Published in accordanc< a with an act of congress, and report o a which has been fied with the pos t office department as required by law: n The Pickens Sentinel, published week Il ly at Pickens, S. C. e Editor--W. L. Matheny. n Manager-W. L. Matheny. Pulser-Pickens Sentinel Co., Inc -. Th names of stock holders holdin; one or more per cent of total amoun e of stock: J. McD. Bruce, 'T. J1. Maul ', din, I. M. Mauldin, G. R. llendrickt s . H. Craig, A. J. Boggs, Frank M< -Fall and W. L. Matheny. Bond mortgage and other securit e holders, none. (Signed) W. L.. Matheny, Manage: Sworn to andi~ subscribed before n this October 1st, 1918. W.. E. 3 Findley, NOTICE 00. ELC'ION, State of South Gsrolina, Count;y of Plokia. 0 Notice is hereby Riven -that the a4General E1ectIoh State and Coun. ty Officers will be held -at thM voting precincts prescribed by' law in said r county, on, Tuesday, November 6, -1918, said day being Tuesday follow s1 ing the first Monday in Novemnber, - as prescribed by the Constitution. - The qualification jgisuffrage: M anagers of elecutonH shall require of every elector offering to vote at 3 any election, before allowing him to vots, the production of his registra tion certificate and proof of the pay. ment of all taxes including poll tax, - assessed against him and collectible 'during the previous year. The pro duction of a certificate or of the re i ceipt of the officer authorized to cc = lect such taxes, shall be conclusive i proof of the payment thereof. t Section 237, Code of 1912, as amended by Act No. 6, special sess ion of 1914. Section 237. There shall be three ' separate and distinct ballots, as fol i lows: 'One ballot for United States i Senator, Representatives in Congress i and Presidential electors; and on.e ballot for Governor, Lieutenant Governor State officers, Circuit Solic itor, county officers, and one ballot for all Constitutional amend and special questions, each of t ee said boxes to be apppropriately la belled; which ballots shall be of p lain white paper 'of such width and length as to contain the names of the officer or officers and question or questions to be voted for or upon, clear and even cut, without ornament designation, mutilation symbol or mark of any kind whatsoever, et t cept the name or names of .the per son or persons voted for and the of fice to which such person or persons are intended to be chosen, and all special questions which name or names, office or offices, question or questions shall be written or printed or partly written or partly printed thereon in black ink; and such ball lot shall be so folded as to conceal the name or names, question or ques tions thereon, and so folded, shall be L deposited in a box to be constructed, I kept and disposed of as herein pro . vided by law, and no ballot of any other description found in either of said boxes shall be counted. On all special questions the bal lot shall state the question, or ques tions, and shall thereafter have the words "Yes" and "No" insifte -so that the voter may indicate his vote by striking out one or the other of such words on said ballot, the word not so striken out to be counted. Before the hour fixed for opening the polls, Managers and Clerks must take and subscribe the Constitution al oath. The Chairman of the Board of Mauagers can administer the oath to the other members and to the Clerk; a Notary Public must adminis ter the oath to. the Chairman. The iManagers elect their Chairman and Clerk. Polls at each voting place must be opened at 7 o'clock a. in., and closed at 4 o'clock p in except in the City of Charleston, where they shall be op3ned at 7 a. in., and closed at 6 p. The Managers have the power to fill a vacancy, and if none of the Managers attend, the citizens can appoint fron anong the qualified voters the Managers, who, after be . ing sworn, can conduct the election. IAt the close of -the election, the Managers and Clerk must proceed p)ublicly to open the ballot boxes an4 cqunt the ballots therein, and con tinue without adjournment until the same is completed, and make a state ment of the result for each office and sign the same. Within three days thereafter, the Chairman of the Bpard, or some one. designated by the Board, must deliver to the Com missioners of Election the pol11 list, the boxes containing the ballots and written statements of the results of the election. At the said election qualified el ectors will vote upon the adoption or rejection~ of amendments to the State Constitution, as provided in the following JOINT RESOLU TIONS: A Joint Resolution to Amend Sec tion 7 of Article VIII of the Consti tution, Relating to Bonded Indebted ness by Adding a Proviso Thereto as to the City of Abbeville. A Joint Resolution Proposing an Amendment to Section 14a. of Ar ticle X of the Constitution by Allow ing the City of Charleston Through the City Council, to Assess Abuting Property for Permanent Improve ment and to Pay for the Permanent Improvement of the Intersection of Streets for Curbing and the Laying of Drains without the Consent of the Property Owners. A Joint Resolution to Amend Sec .tion 5, Articl~e XI of the Constitu tion, Relating to School Districts, by .. Adding a special Proviso -as to Green ville County. t A Joint Resolution to Amendl Scc - tion 20, Article III of the Constitu a tion, by Inserting after the Words "Viva V oce," the Words Except by ,Unanimous Consent." ,A Joint Resolution Proposing an Amendment to Article X of the Con stitution by Adding Thereto Section 19, to Empower the City of Abbe ville to Assess Abutting Property for i Permanent Improvements. .A Joint Resolution to Amend Ar ticle X (10) of the Constitution by Adding Thereto a Section 17 to Em power Any or All Incorporated Cities -and Towns to Assess Abuting Prop erty for Permanent Improvements. O: A Joint Resolution to Amend See tion 7 Article VIII of the Constitu f .tion, Relating to Municipal Bonded 'Indebtedness, by Adding a Proviso -Thereto as to the City of Orange -burg. A Joint Resolution Proposing to Amend Section 17 of Article VIII of the Constitution Relating to Munici .pal Bonded Indebtedness. O A Joint Resolution to Amend Sec t .7 of Article VIII and Section 5 of - Article X, of the Constitution so as ,to Exempt the Cities of Rock Hill and Florence, from the Provisions Thereof. A Joint Resolution Proposing an Amendment to Article X of the Con stitution by Adding Thereto Section .* 1 6, to Empowecr the Towvn of Pendle e ton to Asmsess A butting Property for SPermanent Improvements. ELEC ION MANAG~ERS. i. The follo 'ng Managers of Elec tion have been, appointed to hold the election at the various precincts in the said County: Antioch-Wm. U. Bowle, W. R. McKinney, T. G. Lynch. Alice Ills-A. B. Stokes, W. S. Wilson, Homer E. Miller. Central-J. L. Carson, Thos. C. Dobson, Thos. M. Garrett. Cateechee-Geo. W. Duckworth, J. Luther Kelley, J. Mack Perry. Calhoun-Robt. M. Holden, James Henry Lawrence, Carlisle Newton. Cross Plains-W. A. Looper, L. L. Smith, H. P. Holley. Croswell-Silas T. Garrison, W. H. Johnson, R. R. Ellison. Dacusville-G. C. Ballard, M. V. Hunt, Jr., Earle B. Prior. Easley-Sam H. Bowen, H. W. Err, George W. Griffin. Easley Mill No. 1-W. Arthur Jones, Robt. Guy Wyatt, Robt. E. Knox, Easley Mills No. 2.--Jas. B. Rig gins Robt R. Childs, M. M. Horton. Fiat Rock--John C. McKinney, G. L. McWhorter, Henry C. Young. Glenwood--R. L. Boggs, Fred L. Browning D. L. Edens. Holly Springs-W. T. Chastain, R. L. Lynch, Elijah Winchester. Issaqueena-John W. McNealey, Claud H. Waters, R. B. Williams. Julian's Store--B. F. Farmer, Will M. Freeman, B. N. Glazener. Liberty-Adger F. Boggs, John i. Boroughs, James M. Hunt. Looper's Gin-Sam B. Looper, G. B. Wiliams, Ben L. Hendricks. Mile Creek-B. F. Alexander, C. H. Marchbanks, R. E. Dalton. Norris--H. 0. Entrekin, Win. Car ter-Clayton, T. M. Garrett. Pickens-B. A. Allgood, T. A. bowen, W. T. Freeman. Pickens Mill-,J. A. Morrell, B. L. Holder, E. P. Norton. Peter's Creek-T. S. Sammons, J. T. Foster, Robt. J. Hughes. Pumpkintown-J. A. Chastain, A. L. Edens, D. W. Roper. Praters-C. C. Gillespie, P. C. Robinson, Brown Goudlock. " Pleasant Grove-F. L. Burgess, Julius E. Hendricks, V. T. Hardin. Shady Grove-Lon S. Galloway, Fred T. Whitmire, Wn. T. Parrott. Six Mile-Jas. A. Atkinson, An thony Baker, G. N. Garrett. Kings-K. F. Holliday, E. C. Hol den L. 0. Smith. The Managers at each precinct named above are requested to dele gate one of their number to secure boxes and blanks for the election from the Election Commissioners at Pickens C. H., on Saturday, Novem ber 2d, 1918. S. W. O'Dell, J. A. Cannon, J. Hagood Bruce. Commissioners of State and Coun-1 ty Elections for Pickens County, S. C. October 21, 1918. Tax Notice, 1918 oince of Comnty Treasurer, 'lekeiis Cotintiy, o'ickens, S. C., October i, ti918. The books for tie collection of State and County taxes will be open from October I, I91S, to iDecember 31. 11118. Those who prefer to do so can pay in .1ann ary, 1019, wit h I per cent additional. Those who prefer paying In Februarv, 1919, can do so with 2 per cnt additional. 'rhose who rcfer paying in March. 1919, to the 15th of snidil olmhi111 can do so by paving an additional 7 per cent. After said date the books will close. N. 1.-Taxpayers owiig property or paying taxes for others will please ask for tax receiot In each townihip or special school district In which he or Alhey may own property. Th'lis is very important, as there arc 50 maltly school districts. Tihose whio do 1not wish, to come to the oillece call write me, not later than tile 20th of December, antd I will furnish them with the -an'onuit dtue andt they can pay 'me by check, moniev oirder or registered imai I. If stamps are -~l d- o not send above :3-cent denomination, as 1 caii not use themi. Please do niot sez~d mec cash winhout registering same, as it is liable to get lost; if sent otherwise it must be at sender's risk. Levy for State tax .................-a mills Levy for Constitutional school tax . 3 mills Levy for ordiinary cotunty tax...8 inills Levy for counlty ro.ad bond..... ....3% mIlls Tiotail levy... ...-............ ...23% mills Special levies for the following districts School isitrict No. I........... .. 2 milis Schooi tistrict No. 2......-.......2 mIlls .School l)lstrict No. 3 ..............X mnills School District No. 4-........ .... mills School District No.......-- ..... Inmlls School District No. 6............... 6 mill~s Sohool Dilstrict No. 7-..............4 mill~s School tDistrict No. 8,...... ......II mnills School DistrIct No. 9 ........... ..12 mills1 School Ihstrict No. it).-...... .... 6 mills School lDistriet No. 11....... ......7, mills School District No. 12....... ..... 6 mills Schlool )lstlet No. I . ............ mills School District No. 14 .... ... ....8 mills5 .Schouol District No. lii.......... ... 6 ~i School Dlistrict No. 17....... ....i mills Schlool District No. I8......... .... 5 miis School lIlstrict No. 19i..... ......4 mnls School Iii lit No. 940 -. . .....2 mis Schlool District No. 21.... .. ....... mis .Schiool District No. 22...... ....... 8lmills School Dilstrict No 23.......... ..'.7 mills .qohool Dilstrlct No. 24...... .... ... n mills .school District No. 25..... .... ... x mills School listrict No. 261... .......... 9 mills School Iistrict No. 27.............. mis Selhool luistrlct No. 28. ....-.......- mills Schmool listrict No 29...... .. ....4 mfhlls School D)Istrict No........ ... ...15 mills School District No. 312. ...........I amills school li~strict No. 3..... ....... 6 mlus School Ilistrict No. 35.... ..... ...11 mis School lDistrict No. 36 .... ... ..... mIlls School District No. :17..... ....... 6 ills School District No. :48 .... .... mills Schboo, tDistrict No. 40.. ... .. .....N milIs School lIlstrict No 41...... ... ... mills Schooi itistrIct No. 4.1...... .. ....- mils sehiool Ilistrict N. -43.. . . . . mis SchoolDistrb'sg No..14............ . mills School luistri-t No. 45... .. 4 mills School DIstrict No. 46 .. ...I mis .School lIlstrict No. 47...... ..... mills School Disti let No. 4)1.......... .4 mfils .Schltt D)strict No. 49'......... 4 millaI School District No. 51. ... .- mis School District No...2...... .. ... mills Schlool listrict No(. 55 -..........- mis School District No.5. ............ mills Levy for iuterest of l'ckens It. Rt. hiois: Hlurricanle township ........ ........2 mile IEastittoe township ...--'6 ... V mills P'ickens townshirn 2 mils ro(ll tax one dollar (#1 60)). lsvery male citt zeni from 21 to l6t yea rs or age is liable except those exeted b~yla w. Commutatioii road lax, one0 dollar and fIfty cents (61.60). All male peOrsOtte froin 21 to 60 are liable except those excused by law. Capitation 1)0K Ta'x.-A I personls owntinig dogs are required to pay a catpitation tax of 'Ihse ritngfor statements of their lax wi please inlulde postage. OLA R'T. fiJNTON, Counity Tireasurer. Land Sale Trhe heirs at law will sell at public auction at Anderson conurt house lands of Capt. G. A. Rankin estate on salesday In November, plats of which lands can be seen at Farmers' and Mer chants' Bank, Anderson, S. C,, and on application to Cliff Rtankin, R. F. D). 1, Liberty. S. C., W. C. Smith, Easley' S. C., or to J. Robt. Martin, Green ville, S. C. Also, house anid lot situated on Cray ton street, No. 202, Anderson, S. C. Terms--10 per cent day of sal0, bal ance December 1st. Influenza, Coughs Relieved By ] Taken According to Directions A Recovery Will JV.t 119 All we ask is, take it according to dir debilitated or constipated you will find health. In your anxiety to get better quickly and take larger doses of this standard 1 you will not receive the same benefits fr< Your druggist possibly keeps it, but Pickens Drug Company. WARNING- Ironized Pay WARNING If taken accor age will be found superior to any tonic, qualified indorsement from people all ov pany, Inc., New York. -Advertisement. Hit Old "Bill" Son kWith ' To safely carry your sonE country's soldiers, to and from ports for embarkation cross tic and in safe and sound conditioi the Kaiser by producing them. Cross ties are the foundatic needed for the safe transport daughters, your sisters and yoi of the boys as the Red Cros Christian Association workers many missions of mercy to ch and wounded. Cross ties are needed to ma movement over the thousands grain and other products you allies in Europe must have for ing the conduct of the "war fo Without cross ties the safe country's coal, iron ore, steel ni and materials necessary for th terials needed by your troops c Kaiser, and without your hel be had. Cross ties are needed for th tion of our country who are vv fighting the Kaiser. Without the slightest dou every cross tie you cut will be of railroad track over which vs will fight the Kaiser. Signed A. H. See C. L. Hester at Depot. FARIl SWho Have F( with our 10-3-0 good wheat say it is the f they have ever used. The prospect of gel ,is very poor. Thr< the plow and 400 1 acre and you will ha Anderson Phos W&. F. FARMI We have Fall F< on hand for Grain. 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