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Sc.re IBox-Chocolate C et rid Nuts or Assorted Ci.altes and Bot Bons. Euch package distinctive erd de!icious. We lave tLen all-and thyaehern. EF.OWf:L PkiARMNjACY1 (ITAriON NOTICk 'I hv Statte of Scu th Crolit. County if Picke. By N. A. C hristophe L-:e<. Probat Iad .seeuit to(inm to grant h er Le4.tt.curs .01f Adminlistrationl of the F'.tate and( -'ffects of J( tin W. Thoma. ThVsu 10n- ther]e1tore, to veite ard .ndracnish all a! singular the Kin d-cd and red itors, of the said John W. Thomas, dt-case di that they be s11.d4 appear before we, in the Court cf Probute,. to be held at Pickens on hi (LAy 44 November next. after pub. Jicntion hcie. r , t II o'lock in the l'ort no(r4. I. tih w oi sel , if a y11 they im e why the ., id .Adin it I1t ion r-hould nict hl .it n ed iena i un41-r my 11an14 11this 1.h 41;,y of (th-toil-r Anno, la nini 1921. r.. A C i 'tijele I . .ludItgt i. l ba4ite. I'i. b ts ClIunty. .. I'. (TV \IOT N NT l'. I :1.1f Sdth e'. dud;.:e.i e i:- i Whi~-. 4144-.CW-4'. ie thb o .b le. 14, i 1 helil iof 1 list C.. inn I lh S.ta M a. . il l': t pi4 1a u eM .l~e 1o 4h . a c-.t. ltt-? 41i1ie nl tO -hu.,e .se Te- r, if "t lIe-. Wi' w1~c hid is .l nd l' l in b- hi IIeI n end t'rl litard of th ., i en ! , 24t, th'e a ed . 1 e 11.ee tl-y l. ii 14'1 . ;,Irhe elme in h ('ce rt of l'ro b Ie toI bC hld bat Petr l'\ mi do. '.'.'4 h 8hdy fN he Ao, atCI-4! 11 1 4'e lock t in the'. Itoren ln hto h auset,-i eny theyl~ ha41,- w1 ot he awmns. tinsol o bW inte. -.er I Oil.en 4 uner iy and t and healhi yerIf ouri independan114 ce . tI 41 1.'Iele VF IIAMOND1t' ill4 \'S- 44 liiiy Ice-i~n C e-d T P.S .- ICK.ENl. 'S -l T LATS. .1 : . MARY-'PIOKtFORD, PICTURE F1 DAY, Akexander T'heatre Will Show 31 11pl4ar Pickford 'icture. "Daiddy Long Legs," in which Ma Iichkfrd has the most appealing r< of her career, and which will be pi sen-lted ait the Alexamder Theatre FI Uv 'liight is on of teit. most celebr I Stories 1-f1 the paist deeade. first aippeaed in the'l Iis' I-or1 Jiourm'nal, whert it was hailed as ti most IImwiialty .inter'estinijg eriaJ thou historyi of that publia'tion. It soon followed ill book ior1, m1 wae real in every city of the Enmii speaking wol'id. One m illion copit werel sold,, so thct Jean Vebster, youig womlan not long utit of collerJo made a for'tunc fromi thIis- i work Of course th'e stage claime it., and under Kaw Sti Erlsllalge mannfom'nei.t it 4elelled up." matin hundreds of thousuads of doilla-rit f the produeers., The pagt ' juoiy 4.butt the 01 phan girl,is ,one exactly suited t laMrJy Pikford. For a long time SMis Pickford has been anticipating th part, for it was inevitable that. sh should plat.y it once tile tlheatrical pro ducelrs were wiiling to turn over filt rights. Th Ase Miss Pickford pui chased recent.ly fur $40,000. Now. oi tihte tre(il, "lL'dy 1.,on, I.es," will be seen by m ore peop than ever. The millions who rea tt book. tor* ,iw the play wfl see i ('n the scrteen, too, fIor* nolte of then ever have forgotten this apjpealinl story which come s like a ay otf sun shih into the troublets of everyda: lifv. Thin is the 1 first time that "Dadd.N Ioiv l s," has bet.en shown it . town thl size of Pickens and Mallagel Mat it ney is to be commended foi ge int it for his patrolls. Al pit'eeds from the show F''riday im-uht., abuive actual expeset'i, will g< t \it wrd payin g' for tihe new ilaboratoiory uipmen t in tihe PiCke'ns sc'hk-00. Admis-ion 2.w and 50c. W l',J, NWNNECIO ImEADl. .16''iihn Terry. olinord. die(d it hl" h14-met inll'ik .\onday. morn-Iing of h.!t w Ot4-af t o a 111-u ilhtless. and ))-hi, 1\ bo y a uken-1 too Williamstontm T th burial. .1,lohn cmlc tu ;ao' aid had coiducted a piwess lit n i iLt and industrius CLOGGED BLOD WITHERS THE B1DY tertioin Take Giu(tde's' i'eptioaanganii i -a l~\ i'r metntally. tse tup e.ner ?y wi' h'.n they~' overwork thaey use upf n'''re tnergy, andi somttim'fes the i olets in a runt-doiwn contditiona. Wit h'ut rest thet boodl cannlot get back to' normatllt. -' that it becomes T h ,* b.-' \ ei bl ooi t a l i h let 'h!ody. Thei sLtied looks t hi -unken cheeiks. andl necks, thi aed ined feeltling!.. atre thet re'sultt ti ah-i bloodt dt~iriing thet systen Wrrsgo thet dru1t -tiorei alm i Gudeit's P'eptii-.\laniirn wthen the:' . ii wiak anid runii down~ . T'hey tak< I mi 'ither'i tihe 1iidii or the table 'lrni. TIhat makes the* blood, rich ant a mI LI Ix ygen1, t'arried hv the' littii a d el. renews~V the' :trengtha an but~ilds up the entire systemil. 1.oo VLedicines You Feeling ? "' : " ' I ir are' youl fieelinW tt duin byreni rruts o exl 1i It t1~ p ' ershrp II eci tlts i~i DRUG CO. ENS, S. C. ~" is Our' Watchword. EI- W 'SCHOOL BUILDING FOR ;.E1ANE 'MUE st The trustees of Twelve 11il schoo district let tle contract for. the niev school buihling 31onday to 3lr. Sai .Nalley of lickens for $,400. This e to be a thret -room building and whet completed vill bie one of the Iicesi i.rrul schooil butilinigs in :the couniity lhe ne w buildin.. will be located e* (he mai n road near W. H. liel 1\Vork will beginl ne4xt lnday non~rn ing and the .i)ob is to be completed within seven \w ks. h'jie people of Twelve Milk school district on September 24 vo-ted inl fvo of issuing 1'2000 wortl of lbonds to bAnid a new e-chool house anad tht statel and county supplemientel thi SSUm mhiich wil tnlable this district to have a school house which wilj be a *t.cde-1. to the .community -and no r longer may it b.e said that Twelve behind in giving its ehld - iMW.chatnce to get, an education. Trbve tae about eig-hty pupils enroll ed hm11 now. The -ustees of this district are Robert M. Welborn, Sam. uel Sheriff :arl W. P. Long. '.. C. MEETUNG. The October meeting of the Pik ens chapter U. 1). C. was one of the n'ost enjoyable of the year, a very large crowd being present and attest ing by their preeice their (ep in t terest in tihe work of this great or - aniz.ation. Much routine buginess was transeled and otlivers were plec ted for the ensuing year as follows: Plresident, M rs. T. .J. Mauldin; vice president. \lts. Frank \leFall; ree (or1ding scretary, .\liss Nell Grandy; vorrespoundiig s('eretary. MIis. C. E. RHibinsun; treasurer, Iliss Frances Bruce; historian, Mirs. W. T. .\cFall regi.rar, liss Knight. Thr president told of the part wliel. the chapter will play in the "Keowee Trail." A sketch of H amp ton Roads and its historic association n.as given by Mliss Ruth Cannon, and Mrs. J.1amies P. Carey. Jr.. read a re sumie of the early history of Pickens County and District. .Ilrs. Wayne Mauldin read a poem on "Tlhe ilm mortal Six Hlundrued." Hiere he seritus study of tihe meet ingt' was brokeni and the thoughts of those pres-ient wvr.e put in a Im ..rou.s channel whei .\liss Sarah Farmter' de liightfully remi ite of .ames Whit c me Rily's poenls. Miss Frances B1ruce and .I\rs. .J(hn Carey gave evteral piano' ( and violin duets. \irs. G;Uy MceFall, Alvm. I1. C. Smith. .\l's. .J. T. IIutchings and Mliss Grace Hiiutching's were the ijoint hostesses on this happy casion at 'irs. Guy IeFaIlls attractive home and disen etd their' hospitality in a most charm .\lEFTING OF 1). A. R' .\'s. GA. R. HendrlIicks. Mrts. A. .1. Bh.ggs and .\liss .\lildred Cox we're the attractive hostesses for the Qe t(,ber 9.eeting of the Fort Pr'ince Get.i'ge chapter, P. A. R., at the hos pitable homie tfN Airs. Het ndricks. The business session was fuill of interest ing discussion pertaining to t he wel fare of tie chapter. and particularly of interest to the public is the fact that the chiapteir will take part in t he pageant, "'Thie Keowee Trail ." to be giveni iln Grieenville Novemibei II. NIrs. Bessie Smith of Liberty with lts.~ Wnay 'ne~ Mauldini of Picke'nis as atraewill represent the chapter at the State e.nference to meet in Charleston iln early N-ovemlbe'r. 'The re gn, ii \ris. T1. ,1. Mauldin. with the vice reent, Mirs. Robt. Kirksey, are also expec(ted1 to at tend. A beautiful story of the life of Anni I' Cuinninghamn, who coinceived lie idea of t he purchase anud p rese r v at ion of Mt. Vernon as a national brhiine, was prepa red by Mr s. .1. I-. Ban ist er, an titMrs. Parsons told oft the lives of Esther Walker. Martha~ Wilson and He'lutheland Butler, all br)a ve' hero ine s of SothI I Cain intl i Revolu tiona1Iry (lays. Theii soc ial hour tit.whIich is al Iways a teat ure of t hese meet i ngs, was Simmfls Shiool Notice Not is' is hereby given that th<n comiiipulso iry school attendancitie ham wi1ll i2o into effect ini Simus Schoo o i.-tict No. 6~ on D~cembher 5. l2 0. 1). I'pps, t' Re'giseredl Optomiet rist Will test eyes andu fit mlasses :a (liy October 2ith. U'-RIt iiv itedi. Ii home ottice Branfwood~ c'rossinlg, Wei' Jdty iand Saturday. Dr. a. 'L. Valley and family hav moved into their new home on Flo enee str"!t. The New house is .bull ni the same site as Dr. Valley's ol< house and is one of the handsom.s in the county. Mr. Bertram Port. 11d family are nIow occupying t1 lRev. Leo tillespie house just vacete4 hy r.)1. \Valley's family, and Mirs. Or. .11auldin a1d .lrs. 'armer and da11u .ht( r have 'aomved into Mrs. 41, uid in'. h< u.se ,(,merly occu pied by Mr. Pc( :d family. GINNING St.50.-The Pickens Oi an1d Fertilizel Co. is now ginning cot, bt.ji for $1.5P a bale and putting or lavy weight !bagging and ties. SEED OATS TEGXAS RE AND APPLER MORRIS & CO. COUNTY rAX NOTICE. The books foir ib collection of State and County tam will be open froni October 15, 1921, ~te December :,lst, 1921. Those who prefer to ci paty in January, 1922, with I per cent addi tiomil. Those who prefer paying inl February, 1922, may do so with 2 per cent additional. Those who pre fer itying il Mtie 1922, to the 15th of said month. may do so by nn .ad dition of 7 per cent. After said date the books will close. Those who do not Wish to. c.omne to the office can write me and I will furnish themi with the amount due n(l they van remit me by check, money order or registered mail. Please do not send money without. registerilig name, as it is liable to get. lost Llld it is at senders risk. State Levy, 1.2 mills. Ord Co.. 9 millk. Const. School, 3 mills. Road Bend :: ;14 mills. Glood Roads. 2 mills. Special Road, 6 1-4 mills. Total. :1 mills. Road Tax,. $:'.00. .ivy fv r interest on IPickens 11. R. Bonds. liirricane township, 2 mills. I.evy for irterest on Pickens R. R. Bonds, Eastatue township, 2 mills. levy for interest on Pickens It. R. lionds, l'iekns township, 2 mills. 'oll tax 1.00. One Dollar.) F.very made persoi between the ges of 21 to 410 years is liable except those excused by law. Commieiutation Road Tax, $:.00. All male persmsi between the ages of 21 V:ld 50 yvars iare liible, c \ve1)t those e*xcused by law. f'apitation )og Tax $1.25. All purso1 owning.: digs art reqjuired to pIy i tax of $1.25 on tach dog': Special School Tax by Districts. District No. I. 7 mills. District No. 2, 11 mills. Dlistrict No. :8, 8 mills. Dlitrict No. 4, 8 mills. District No. 5, 8 mills. Dlistrict No. 13, 8 mills. . District No. 7, 8 mills. - D)istrict No. 8, 19 1-2 mills. Disrict No. 9. 20 mills.. District No. 10, 11 mills. District No. 11 , 24 mills. District No. 12, 1.0 mills. Distriect No. 1:8, 15 1-2 mills. District No. 14, 8 mills. District ,No. 15, None. Distriet No. DI , 8 mills. District No. 17, 20 mills. IDistrict No. 18, 14 mills. D istrict No. 19, 8 mills. District No. 20, II mills. IDistrict No. 21 , 8 inills. Dlistret No. 22, 8 mills. District. No. 2:8. 10 mills. D)istict No. 24, 10 miiill's. District No. 25. 11 mills. IDistrict No. 261, 1:8 mills. Dlistrict No. 27, u mik. District No. 2Y 8 mil . Dlistrict No. 21'. 10 mills. District No. :80, 8 mills. D Iistrict No. :81, 20 mills. District No. :2., 8 mills. District No. :8:, 11 1-2 ~mills. District Nc. :85, 8 mills. *istrict No. :86, 10 mi'.in. list rict No. :87. 1: mills. D is tri ii. t N o. :88. 111 m ills. D ist ri No. :'9. 8 mills. Dist rict No. .40, 8 mills. D istri. t No. 41, 8 mills. District No. .12, 1s mills. District No. -It. 8 mills. 1Distrnict No. 45. -1 mills. Dietrict No. .11. 15 mills. D istrnict No. .17, 8 mills. I iistict No. .48, 8 mills. listicti No. 4,l, la mlls. D listrit No. SI. S mills. D istrict No. 52, 5 millk. Distriict No. 5, s mills. lDistrict No. 56,. a mills. ( . . Ilnton el GATF?S SCHOOL NOTICE. t Notice is hereby given that the I coj))ulso.y school attendance laW t will go into effect in Gates School r District No. 22 on November 28, 1921. This school will ,e.gill its i-ext se I sion November '7 with Mr. and M rs. iovey Seaborn, Mrs. Ada Iurhlam aln(I Miss (ilstrap tealchers. Al! p-os tIVe ul)pil r11ge( to I l.rtsent opemiug day. S. J. Nations, C im. Board of 'Irustees. FLATI RCOCK SCHOOL NOTICE The comPulsory school attendance law will go into effect in Flat Rock School District No. 4 on November 24th, 1921. M. J. Boggs. Glam. Board of Trustees. DR. J. L. AIKEN Dentist. Reas*onab)e Prices. Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C. The Pickens Ser ville Daily New of The 'N4 For tit balance of this year Th, ty subscribers the following special The Greenville News (Daily' and Sui The Picken.S Sdntinel, regular priel Regular subscription price of both 1 SPECIAL OFFER: Huth apers < The Grteenville News Daily withor The Sentinel, regular price Re-gular subscriptien price of both I SPECI A I. OFFE1R: Hoth papers The GIt enIville News gives you Sent lI keeps you posted on your I of fte bl'st dailits in the South and 1 to ru ral readers in l'iekens county 1 Blrintg or st-1(d all subscriptions I 15 Years' Inthe Drug Bus usa few things gooh~t d 0 thing w ill h1 LEI'WHITE SAE We. be liev e is. the bes-t salve on nn mnd dIon't take a subst.itu Sent any wherie upo rece1 ipt KEOWEE I R. E. Lewis, Prop G REENWOOl), 5 The most beatifu lly located and (ough ly pract icaI l ouses of stutdy. gu~araniteedl to grladualtes' or money Writ' today for entalogue. Addi WV. 8. PETrERSON. Pre. I PICKENS CAB I We Have on H SCREEN SWith Galvanized M $12.50 up, Screen HL all sizes, Doors-besi Casings, Beaver Boar Come or Write us for REPRESE.4+ING CHICAGO'S FINEST WHOLESA1.1 TAILORS. Hainner Tpiloring Co., Chicago, 11. Vill be glud to shiow sall ( ta1ilr-lade Vlothinig at my home or elsewhiere inl the .--ml v 1'l ure j e(st sewhere ill the County uponl request SAWlL' E. ERVIN, Agont Noriis,' S. C. JUST RECEIVED Car of 100-lb. -sacks of Salt at $1.25 Morris & Co. itinel and Green s Bothifr Price .ws Alone 4 tiltilel will maike it t P icken' .coun affer: idaty) regular price............'----.0 ------------------ 1.50 >apels on1e year ...... . ... $10.50 me year . . .... -P--- 9.00 )R. ------- it Sunday ) reguilari pije.. .... $7.00 -- ---...-1.50 )pers one year . ..------_ . he stalte and outsid ws and The ime uit y affatirs. The News is one u. ly daily ailIper thiat is deliveret(d le samiiie (aty it is prilited. the Se(ntinevl office. Experience ~iness has taught F-OR SORE~S AND) BURNS the mariket. Call for it I" CE :;5e , of pri4e. . .. . 'HARMACY Phone 24. ( mm Kn mmm mmmmma .)UTH ('AROLINA ~ .: -quiped school inl the South. T1hor back. l.i:NW~~OOD, 8. ('. INET WORKS mfd all Sizes of DOORS tire at $2.50 Each. u diware, Windows made, Miiouldings, anything in our line.