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hree BURLEY Notales TIU SH The three greatest rc rette obaccos, MMAMMAROMA& one-eleven cigarettes Beginning today (Wednesday, Oc tober 19th), we will swap pound of meal for pound of seed to our gin ning customers only. Heretofore we have been trying to accommodate everybody on this exchange, but the supply of meal will not be enongh to accommodate everybody and we will be compelled to limit this swap to our customers only. Citizens Oil Mill, W. D. Spearman, Pres. K E -THE I SOFT, WIHTE Cream o A greaseless drying cieai red and roughned skin. Other aids t( Soaps, Hand Brushes, Prumic Leave your order nlow for real phonograph with a soul Huyler's PICKENS PICKE! Where "Service"i he One B y ' h ha try ov eFar Associat or *m hebl Wevi mnder. Frd R ORSE On Tuesday. Wednesday and Thu a races for pursea -of- $300 .eat'h even ~urses of $150. each' event, with adde day; also once each~ eveing durlink1 BIG FIREWOR~ OnteMidwra, the faimous C. A.P. AGRICULTU1|| SGirl Ctl>b work tesae nl CAROLINA-OLEMSOS -The one big football game of th'1 8,000 speclators. F"ootball Day.Tr * ~ REDUCED RATES' Adusftalonas Adultin, 75oj ekildre rates for school chlidren's tickets tickets not sold at fair gronds, bui tesurr and will b~e redeeaned at A For presauns list or IInnamtion, 1 DF.EFIRD, & The woinan's ,nxillary of'the Pres .byterian church hold a delightful Rally Day meeting at the home of Mrs.t. onday after noon. .. A ]a s was pres ent an rowing inter Hymn: "Labori On". Prayer:, .That. We May Win Others Roll Call: Devotional -"The. Sabbath -is the Home." The girl who volunteered to stay at Hone. Recitation: "Others." The Church School of Missions. Our Farthest West. Song:-We cross the Prairie. Missions. Spending Dad's Morley. Prayer: For the neglected people of ouir edintry. The women, who didn't and those who did, Solo: Miss Mildred Cox. Violin Solot.Mrs. John Carey. At te e6nclusion of the program the social hour followed durtng which delicious sandwiohes- and coffee were served, V - This ijpns of. Kings School District No. 2X-Iotice that the compuilp. school 'iendance law will ta4t&7iiet Novemgnir 15th. 1921. e.dricks h1k~ ath B ool Notice. Notice n that the conpulso endance law will g 4hlehm school distriel 4 ovetnber 21; 1921L The 'sch ts next term Novern Jo'I~ listrap, Chm. Board Trustees. EP IANDS AND SMOOTH Mhnoids n that will prevent chaps, hand beauty e Nail Files, Buffers, Scissors the Christmnas Edison, the Candy DRUG CO. s Our Watchword. D*t E STOCK .SHOW t. Come and see how, othersc are mleet [LE RACES peedy care.:'Parsest ameunt to 8,000. RACIMG.* * * lay afternoons. PAcing 'And Trotting vith added pton4ya'.Running Races for DMETHING- NEW io games. First time ever seen in te a s 'iatesday, Wedntesday anid T1hurs. 5 EVliRY NIGHT 1 .EXHIBIT AL PRODUCTS dling work of Bloy." Corn and l'ig C'lbs; i FOOTBALL CLASSIC accson thReserved teat provided for DN ALL RAILROADS ndm bonsht I. advance in bulk. 'lbs must be seculed in advance fromu the ali value .If not ued. Pices 20e an,~I write icretary, Columbia, S. C. 4, obr-242 Many ulits for foil And s winter are trinnd with embroidery and fur, and these' -F1h 'embellishtiments at mnade the tiUet of in the handsome model shown above. It is made of one of tjose. cloths that have a suedelike iur face and embroidered with nairew slik braid. The skirt is plain, but the eoat is almost covered with embroidery. IN RED AND BLACK The 'ogiie for black hat. made su'h an impression on the world of fashion that designers of children's clotlies havb' tkt4kn advantiage of It int the pro duction Ot new things for faill. It ap pears .in. Ibirk prne tty diass with it" Waist of black taffeta silk and hand mhr-oidied dots of red. '.'e skirt is red anld black Scotch plaid with a wide belt, thalt fold.- over a narrow black SAsi of cire ribbOn. 'FOR pA A LE-One 1916 Ford in aruf sh . Just made a trip across tihe ~ithotttins a distance of 186 miles ong gl~~Ups of gasoline. Will tike li tr~ndQ'a good~ top buggy and har ne's. R. L. Hlenderson1. D~r. Giymnph of Anderson, S. C. Tlhe Old Reliable EYESIGi'T SPECiALIST' Will lie ~OV'I E4(OWEE PHARMACY P ICKENS, S. C. [)ne Dlay Ony huday, Oct. 27th. HIUNTERt'S P~HARMiACY LIBER'lTY, S. C'. )ne Diay Only, F'riday, Oclober 28th. Now is the time to have your Eyes xangiii/L4nd 'Glasses, fitteda tl this vll-'-lhe my lastL visit to ~your tow'n a x'E ~iion~tu F ree Santfaction a G ~ uranteed. Registered Optonnet rist. Wfil t' eyeas and fit glasseus at '. L. Bet n's Store, Pickenis Tihrus lay 0 tobn 2'7th. U-R Inlvited(. In home ef~c Bmanwood crossinrg, West (i'efd# e' fIondlay, Wednesday, Fr'i 'Jht and' -Eturday, SpAy entitled Noting rOuth, 'igh clas - iedy cts will be given at the sley cho.ol Auditorium Thursday'. -ig, )etober 20, at eight o'clock. )ay is given under the auspocespf rhe First Baptist church and the' iatronage of the public Is desired. Y This play has been given from tlej. 3hautauqua platform and is a play 'y vell worth seeing, so avail yourself E >f: this ,opportunity and see it The ' Idmission fee is only 25 and 35 cents. ;ALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY. I will sell at public auction to the ighest bidder for cash, October 22, 921, at 2 o'clock p. m., the personal )roperty of the late William P. Free nan. Sale will be at the Freeman iome place,. near Pickens. Property !onsists , of household and kitchen urniture,. farm tools, .two. wagons, )uggy, etc., and some stock. J. T. Hutchings, Executor. COUNTY TAX NOT!CE. The books for the collection of State and County taxes will be open from October 15, 1921, te December 31st., 1921. Those who prefer to can, pay ii January, 1922, with 1 per cent addi tional. 'Those who prefer paying ii February, 1922, may do so with 2 per cent additional. Those who pre rer paying in March 1922, to the 15th Df said month, may do so by an ad dition of 7 per cent. After said date the books will close. Those who do not wish to come to the office can write me and I will furnish them with the amount due fnd they can remit me by check, money order or registered mail. Please do not send money without registering same, as it is liable to get lost and it is at senders risk. State Levy, 12 mills. Ord Co., 9 mills. Const. School, 3 mills. Road Boyd .3 3-4 mills. Good Roads, 2 mills. Special Road, 6 1-4 mills. Total, :16 mills. Road Tax, $3.00. Levy for interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds, Hurricane township,- 2 mills. Levy for interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds, Eastatoe township, 2 nills. Levy for interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds, Pickens township, 2 mills. Poll tax $1.00. (One Dollar.) Overy nale person between the ges )f 21 to 60 years is liable except hose excused by law. - Commutation Road Tdx, $3.00. All nale persons between the ages of 21 mnd 50 years are liable, except those !xcused by law. Capitation Dog Tax $1.25. ' All persons owning dogs are required to pay a tax of $1.25 on each dog. Special School Tax by Districts. District No. 1, 7 mills. District No. 2, 11 mills. District No. 3, 8 mills. District No. 4, 8 mills. District No. 5, 8 mills. District No. 6, 8 mills. District No. 7, 8 mills. 'District No. 8, 19 1-2 mills. Disrict No. 9, 20 mills. District No. 10, 11 mills. District No. 11, 24 mills. District No. 12, 10 mills. District No. 13, 15 1-2' mills. District No. 14, 8 mills. District No. 16, None. District No. 16, 8 mills. District No. 17, 20 miills. District No. 18, 14 mills. District No. 19, 8 mills. District No. 20, 11 mills. District No. 21, 8 mills. Distret No. 22, 8 mills. Distric~t No. 23. 10 mills. District No. 24, 10 mills. District No. 25, 11 mills. District No. 26, 13 mills. District No. 27, 9 milks. District No. 28 8 mills. District No. 29, 10 mills. District No. 30, 8 mills. District No. 31, 20 mills. District No. 32, 8 mills. District No. 33, 11 1-2 miilLa. District Nc. 35, 8 mills. istrict No. 36, 10 milln. D)istrict No. :37, 13 mills. Distriiiet No. 38, 16 mills. District No. 39, 8 mills. District No. 40, 8 mills. Distict No. 41, 8 mills, District No. 42, 18 mills. District No. 44, R mills. District No. 415, 4 mills. District No. 46, 15 mills. District No. 47, 8 mills. District No. 48, 8 mills. District No. '49, 15 mills. Dstrict No. 60, 8 mills. District No. 51, 8 mills. District No. 62, 8 mills. D)istrict No. 55, 8 mills. D)istrict No. 56, 8 mills. 0. T. Hlinton,. County Treasuer, GOOD FLOUR $7.50o to $8.50 Per Barrel, MORR1S &, CO NoncE l'~~f0 AtNrP CRDtAAs. -Al persons holding claims agains1 be estate of the late Frank E. Alex nder, must present the same, dul3 reven, on or before the 20th day 0: ctober, 1921, or be'deba'rred pay lerit; and all persons indebted t< aid estate must make payMelit, o r before the above date to Sam B ;raig. Mrs. Ada C. Alexander, Administratrix. 3t 15Years In the Drug Bt us afew things One is that- a good thing will LEWIS' WHITE SALV We believe is the best salve name and don't take a substi P Sent .anywhere upon receip KEOWEE R. E. Lewis, Prop GREENWOOD, The most beautifully located and oughly practical courses of study guaranteed to graduates or mone Write today for catalogue. A( .W. S. PETERSON, Pr( PICKENS CA We Have on I SCREE] With Galvanized Screen Windows $12.50 up, Screen I all sizes, Doors-be Casings, Beaver Bos Come or Write us f Sow Wheat th pare for th This pest is almost certain to d county next year. We will sell t farmers at cost, which will be abc T. A. Boweni your ordler. Below you will find whatt we ceo - the South of today, wvritten b~y t ~.rady: Tl I"ULLNEQ "hnevery farmer in the Sou ~nd meat from his own lpasttures %avedJ by no debt, shall sit -amidl h vineyards, and~ dairies, and barnyal 'om and growing thenm in inidepei plus, and selling it in his owvn tim &at a master's bidding--getting hi Bi~ortgage that dlisetharge's his debt ten shall be breaking the fullnes The Pic IF YOU Like to do busi gives you what: 00, and always appreciates yoi Phe Pickens Sentinel when you Phone No. 27. JUST REdCI W Car of 1001 sacks of.Salt at Morris & Co. Experience isiness has taught have imitations. E FOR SORES AND BURNS on the market. Call for it by tute. RICE 35c -- t of price. PHARA hVone 24 i-,; ;34-*-t SOUTH CAROLINA equipped school ill the South. Th - Most -.rearonab :N igrtes. Positi bs y back. dress s., GREENOOD,1 -C. BINET WORKS land all Sizes of MDOORS Wire at.$2.50 Each. at $1.00, Ice-Boxes at Iardware, Windows st made, Mouldings, ,rd. r anything in our line. is Fall and Pre W d eevil o agetamount of damage in thi hebs edwheat for this climate t ut two dlollars per bushel. Give us or as ider appo wae3ords concerning h ie ell known Southerner, HenryW S OIF OUR DAY . h shall eat bread from his owvn fields. and disturbed by no creditor, and end4 is teem ing~pgarcgei ak- of-chards, and ds, pitchiing his crops'to his own-ws (ence, making cotton his clean sur e, andl in is hosen m t a'nd not is pay in' ~~~ a rececipteal but doe'(.. -W~4 1$, freedom of our (lay. ess with a concern that always ou pay for, always tries to please Fr pa tronage, do business wih needanything in its line.