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.1.50 a Year Invariably in Advance
.intere at Pickens, S. C., Postoffbee
as Second 'Class Mail Matter.
F V. CLAYTON, Editor and Mgr.
My hat is off and I make my best
>w to Mr. Gary lliott for his very
attering compliments to me in the
'st issue of the Pickens Sentinel,
iso for the consolation that so
.lnny of 'the P ckens people are to l
e in Heaven. I wonder though, if
ary is going to Greenville because
has lost his hope (f heaven.
If Mr. Hliott'. st:.te:nnt last week
as his "Valedictory." I suppose this
till have to ' in k.epinz wih his
marks. hence my "Sr lutatory."
I am glad for this opportunity to
in position to serve the people
lmy county in anothelr capacity. It
ill be my constant aim to give the
?ad(ers of the PI'.kens Sentinel one
f the best papers they have ever
ad. I will strive to keep before
tem the news of the county in an
iteresting and exact way. It will
e my policy to promote the best
nterests of c'r County along the
lines o-f clednation, ceOil5nmy at1,
Morality. I realize that the better
;he (ucation our people have, the
nore economy that is used, and the
i:gher the plane of our morals, the
batter able we will be to grasp the
prethleims that daily confront us, re
suiting in a brcader and higher
plane of civilization.
To be able to give the readers of
this pai er my very best. calls for
Work on their part, as well as mine.
It. is :nlperative that I have the
Whole hc'arted >upport of every remI -
-rr of the idipt r, ml the feling o"
their part that. this i.- "Otur" pap: r,
and not P. V. (layton's. With this
.kind of sui pe'Irt ami <,-tjpt'ratiton.
the sue((ss <f tie patpr will be as
I will :Ippr"eci:te not o ly your in
terest. in the paier frot th: st:nd- [
p)o.nt of good reilinU m~it er, but
your busiiness,. suc'.h rs .:1b wrkI (of.I
all kinds will be' apprec i:tald.QuZal:t.
of work, :md effitiejnt serace, will
be our iega n. l%,asasb 1dch liar
will be ladl(e which will ' in kop
ing with the best pub'ishil em1n
panies of t.be Stau". I will striva"
constantly to give yo.u quici: and up
to.-date ser~vice.
Let me again 'lpren4 lly ile-lstIre
of being in this p1 itti; 0 serve'
you, and1(1 ask that you .o-ope.rate
with moe en strivintg to ma ke our
C'ounty better (if poib~ile) in whbich
to Jive. F. V. Cl-AYTlON.
Tlhe per'soni I consider thoughtful
as well as thankful, is the high school
boy wvho resp~ondled to roll (ca11 the
(lay before Thaniksgivinig with the
remark that he was thankful that
William Shakespere died wheni he
sold ships built during the war at
cost of $lt00.000.000) for $7t>d,000. 1 f
H enry F'ord had wvanted to hbuy them.
the Government wvouhd have wanted
him to pay at least $450,000,000.
. y Hlawkshaw
Harding camne in as a dlark horse,
but he will go (out as a white ele
Fromi the number of prehers tc
;take out life insurance lately ii
looks like some one else has beer
eating the forbidden fruit.
It is a dliff icult job for a woman te
learn how to drive a car but it seemi
natural for her to drive a husband,
The martial tie some times gets
in a hardl knot.
A man dont necessarily have ' tc
be in A barber sf10op to get a close
.A political cloud with a silver lin
ingf usually reigns but the Republi
cans will soon learn that all signm
faMl whew -. ORY.
It take~ ~Oe than a Atraw volc
to break sly9 'amels back.
Lowrer skIrd seem to be the heighi
ofi fashion.
,Cave mat gtuff before ,narrin.n'
osaually meirns cave ini stuff after
Every dog has it day, siaidl the bowt
'legged old maid, when she rety! dhat
'long dresses were ,In style again.
There is not ergsh sense in "mnw
The wheel of fottO'*e is the steer
'ing wheel when you int9t a guy thia
thinks he ha. a leaea the whol
aoi ,unaI&,e. luey hae the capita
backing them and the backing of the
The scrub team never mops up.
Spontaneous Combustion--A $800(
house with $5000 fire insurance,..,
And Sen. Newberry gets the Razm
berry. I " ',
v oistcad-A dry joke.
First Grade.-Frances Blvens
Mary Ella Cantrell. Edwin Clayton
Ethel Craig, Lewis Craig, Courtney
Darsey, F. L. Findley, Arthur Grav.
icy, E. D. Hughes, B. S. Johnson
Johnny Mathews, Mary Sue McFall
Norman Newton, Frances Sutherland
Glarence Smith, Kennedy Rogers.
Second Grade.-Naomi Alexander
Valley Cameron, Ben Craig, Julie
Findley, ii. I. lIendr'eks, Corrine
i inton, Maggie Juenes, Doris Lewis
Clyde Manley, Allen McDaniel, Ton
my lauldin, Eleanor McKagen, 'Ihali'
Ncwtca, Dc utzler Page, Thomas Val.
Third Grade.-"B. F. Childress,
Freddie Clayton, Edith Cox, Josic
Craig, Mary )arsey, Oliver Dod ins
Kaie Finley, Katrine Finney, Ernest
Folger, Mac Folger, John iHalluni,
Grace .Jewell, Sara Johnson, W. A.
Mathews, Jr. Elizabeth McDaniel,
Vesta McFall, Marion Nealy, Otis
Page, Bess Partridge. Sara Suther
land. N\ote:-Erncst 7oIger, Mac
Folge'r lend Kate Finley's name
.hoi. d have appeared on last months
Honor Roll.
Fourth Grade.-Mable -ughes,
Esteile Duri nam. Ruth D urham , Em
ily Gravty. Rub Langston, Cal
hiou tin I intI. , IFran k Gantt. James
I.itgun. Christine Nall'v, Ben Cox,
I(,: h A1cker. 1:.::an A-:Aker. Johnnie
Fit th G i.-ueiCxThom
as livens. liz'a.teth Ilolden. (lalyv:
Ihl;.res. ,Julia l < lac r". (' rtis Math
t:<ny, Sarah w'.var" .
Sixtn Grale.-< c:I 3McFall, Lillian
Gra"ivly, 3Mary Ma:ubrlin, L~aura C'raiig.
Iola 1)uriami. etty II cn dr ick , Ruby
lal, Er.le Lewi, Dclc horau h M au11d in.
?eventh G r ade.--Mary Gravely,
Fr -clerica .I:'l amin. Virginia Lewis.
lh-anor Mau!:lin, Frances McFall,
Eli-e Ilester.
:iehh Grade.- --Irn-a Johnson. Ila
John-t a, He en aangs tn. Margaret
Lsn., Lill ian Masters, Amy Porter
Nan,Nwta, lle rer Yengue. David
G. nt . Hne La l : !tn, Fran' Partridge.
Nint'h Grader.-Lotmie Cantrell,
.1:ra Gibson, Lucile Hallum, Mar
shall IHughes, Gertrude Mann, Wyatt
Stewar t.
Tenth Grade.-Marvin Gravely.
Eleventh Grade.-Artie Hughes.
Bonanie Henderson, Athalie H-allum,
Helen Griffin. Velma Gravely, Paul
Gravely, Horace Gravely. Thalia
If The Sentinel has a subscribe'
who thinks this paper is not wvorth'
$1.50 a year, or thdt he cannot afford
to pay that price with cotton selling
at 2:ke a pound, let him come in, pas
up and let us take ~is name fron
the list. If there 's such a pers5Oi
he dlosen't need~ a newspaper.
NewFord Cat
Place your orde
willbe magle pron
We are glad to report that Miss
Gertie Wright is improving after be
ing sick for several days
The friends of Mr. Luther McQueen
will be sorry to learn that his con
dition has not much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. Lony Bowen were the
guests of his mother on last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Holden spent
last Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Wright.
Mr. Walter Mcadows of Greenville
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Luther
McQueen last week.
Mrs. Sallie Re nolls spent last
Sunday with Mrs Mamie Taylor.
A wedding of interest occured last
Wednesday when Miss Ollie Smith
and Mr. Henry Madden were united
in marriage.
For Friday and Saturday, Decem
ber 8d and 9th IHarry Carey in
ene of the greatest western dramas
ever screened. For thrills, the tingle
cf Big Adventure and Good Clean
:omance there never was a beti,er
Western made than this one.
IBeg:nnaing Friday and Saturday,
December 15th and 16th, the greatest
Chapter Play ever produced. "IN
Stirring Art Acord. 18 chapters.
The worlds greatest screen show,
consisting of over 4400 horses, 1100
real Indians, :100 wild riding cow
boys, 50 Pony Express riders, 8000
people take part in the picture.
All in the most colossal presenta
tion of thrilling adventures 'n the
Old West the screen has ever known
built arund the adventures of Amer
iras,, most beloved plainsman, Buffalo
Bill--the National Hero.
De't forget: Starting Friday an'!
Saturday. Dec. 15 and 16. Added at
t rvet ien ech( wee ck. Reginald Denny
in "The Leather Pushers," and a two
reel ('< ntury comedy, featuring
Isr.nie, the Vonder Dog. Queene,
0h( wor'dtr H~or:e, Lee Morton an'l
lBahhy Peggy.--'The greatcst prog
rumtt ever assembled.
Money to Loan
We can loan you any amount of
mojy frcm $1,000 to $25,000 for a
period of 43 years, giving you the
priv:loge of repaying i at the end
of five years if you want to.
It is not required that the borrov
ol live on the farm in corder to borrow
from us.
150 red tape.
Olfice Over Keowee Pharmacy
Phone 30 Pickens, S. C.
A racking
nervous headache ?
chases it away.
s This Week.
r now and' delivery
A fellow doesn't wear an overe
most important thing on the caend
Which is one of the reasons wh
Good," warm woolens are fashion
l;Iicc ride too. $25.00, $30.00, or $35.
Cheaper Overcoats for men at $
at $5.00 to $16.50.
The largest stock of Boys, Youn
lutcly right. The high Tariff that
clothcs, anWi'+6.00 advance in an all w
Clothing, Shoes, I
The books for the collection of
State and County taxes will be open
from October 15, 1922, to December
31st, 1922.
'Those who prefer to can pay in
January, 1923 with 1 per cent addi
tional. Those who prefer paying in
February, 19223, may do so with 2
per cent additional. Those who pre
fer paying in March 1923, to the 15th
of 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
and they can remit me by check,
money order or registered mail.
Please do not send money without
reg stering same, as it is liable to
get lost and it is at senders risk.
State Levy, 7 1-2 mills.
Ord Co., 10 mills.
Const. Schools, 3 mills.
Road Bond, 3 1-22 mills.
Special Roads, 5 mills.
Total, 31 mills.
Roadl Tax, $3.00.
Levy for iterest on Pickens RL. R.
Bonds, Hurricane towvnship, 2 mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens R. RL.
Bonds, Eastatoe township, 2 1-2 mills.
Levy for interest on Pickens RL. RL.
Bonds, XPickens township, 2 mills.
Poll tax $1.00 . (One Dollar.)
Every male person between the ages
of 21 to 60 years is iable except those
excused by lawv.
Commutation Road Tax, $3.00. All
persons owing (logs are required to
nay a tax of $1.25 on each dlog. Dog
tax must be paid by February 1, 1923.
. 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.
Distt-ict No. 5, 12 mills.
District No. 6, 8 mills.
District No. 7, 8 mills.
District No. 8, 20 mills.
District No. 9, 20 mills.
District No. 10, 16 mills.
District No. 11, 24 mills.
District No. 12, 10 mills.
District No. 13, 15 mills.
District No. 16, 8 mills.
District No. 17, 20 mills.
District No. 18, 14 mills.
District No. 19, 8 mills.
District No. 20, 11 mills.
District No. 21, 8 mills.
District No. 22, 8 mills.
District No. 23, 10 mIlls.
District No. 24, 10 mills.)
DIstri~ct No. 25, 14 mills.
District No. 26, 14 mills.
District No. 27, 12 mIlls.
District No. 28, 8 mills.
District No. 29, 10 mIlls. -?
D':strict No. 30, 8 mills.
District No. 31, 20 mills.
Disttiict No. 32, 8 mIlls.
District No. 33, 11 mills.
District No. 35, 8 mills.
District No. 36, 11 mIlls.
District No. 37, 8 mills.
District No. 38, 16 mills.
District No. 39. 13 mills.
District No. 40, 8 mils.
District No. 41, 8 mills.
District No. 42, 21 mills.
District No. 44, 13 mills
District No. 46, 8 mills.
District No. 46, 15 mills. ?'
District No. 41, 14 mills.
District No. 48, 15 mIlls.
District No. 49, 15 mIlls.
District No.'/50, 8 mills.
District No. 51, P mills.
District No. 52, 8 mills.
Distriet. No. 5I5, 16 mills.
District No. 56, 8 mills.
0. T. Hinton,
County Treasurer,
Nat in August. As breezy days bee omes cold days, an overcoat is the
y Griffon Overceats are styled with such absolute attention'to detail.
cd ingeniously into handsome cold-d efying overcoats. You'll like the
00, is all you pay for a fine Griffon 0 vercoat.
15.00 to $20.00. A full stock of boy s Overcoats ages 5 year to 18 year
Mens, and Mens clothing in the c ounty with prices and quality abso
has been placed on woolc:s wiir'me an about $4.00 advance in a suit of
ool Overcoat next year. It will not a fleet our present stock.
Its and Gents' Furniisliin Goods a Specla
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns
r~1 Your
Farming, like every other business, must, .cut
down the overhead.
It is not a question of being able to afford a
Fordson; it is a question of being able to con
.,tinue farming on th~e old too-costly basis.
The farmer's problem is not all a sales probleitn;
it is also a production problem. He muist cut
down the cost of production.
The Fordson does more work at a lower cost
and in less time than the old hand methods6
Let us give you the proof. Write, phone or
call today.ST ON
-Authorized Ford and Lincoln Dealer. -
Pickens, S. C.
Pickens Cabint Work.

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