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PICKENS, S. (C.:
TIIURSDAY, FEIRUARY 20 1908.
CARDS OF THANKS
As my labors with the SEN'I
NEL-JOURNAL came to an end
with the closing of the contest,
I wish to thank the contestants
and all the workers for their
kindly interest, without which
it would have proved a failure
insteal(d of the splendid success
it was. Wishing for one and
all a generous share of the prize
wilinnings inl the great contest of
life, I remain sincerely yours,
I desire to thus extend my
(hanks and appreciation to my
many friends aid patrons along
iny route, anid the SENTINEL
TOURNAL readers, in general, for
ihe handsome vote given ie,
.hereby giving me the splendid
'mggy offered by thle 8.J. in its
'ecent contest. Again fhaiik
.n1g you all for your kindness,
Ud assuring you that there is a
tvarm spot inl my heart for you,
[ am yours sincerely,
D. FRANK HENmRncKs.
En. SENTINL:-I beg to thank
iou for the magnificent silver
-et which I received from you
,s second prize in your contest.
. highly appreciate same, and it
3 certainly a )ealtiful set. I
LIso take this occasion to ex
end my thanks to all my
rieids wVho so kin(ly helped
na during the contest. Again
hanking you, and with best
vishes for the success of the
l.-J., I anm yours sincerely,
I want to thus publicly return
ny thanks to the people of the
~ounty and the S. J. for the
plendid silver set which -has
eenf awarded me as the Hurri
~ane .township prize. It is a
)eauty and wvill be cherished by
te, not so much for intrinsit
value, but for the sentiment of
:riendship, goodwvill and affec
;lon it conveys.
I wish to publicly thank the
people of the courity for theb
aid and support In the receni
contest, whereby my wife was
enabled to be the winner in th<
township contest recently con
lucted by the S. -J. I also ten
ermy thanks to the editor ani
"Uncle Zoke," for the hand
some prize 'they gave, and t<
further state that I am wel
pleased with the premium ani
the faresof the contest.
A. T. WINCHEsTER.
I otheartily Indorse all ol
he boeand return m3
shaks orthe very handsom<
oremum Ihave receIved.
I desire to thank the good peo
'le of the county for their con.
idence .reposed in m1e by turn
'g their money over into my
hands' to pay their subscrip
Mons, and also to thank them
'the hearty support they gave
grandchIld; Noan Ohapmnai
thus eialling her to wiiout in
the S..J. Cont~igt.
S; F. CURTIS.
The editor wishes to- thar-k
his subscribers for' the good
natured intbi-est they manifest
ed in the contest recently closed.
by the SENTINEL-JOURNAL.
There were no bickerings. or
hard feelings in any- way
everybody .wais in a good humor
with everybody else, and the
workers certainly enjoyed them
selves, getting lots of fun and
pleasure out of. solikiting ' sub
scriptions and votes. We thank
thi-.m all for the iiter-est they
manifested lii. heljig us .to
make our contest -a howling
success. Should any- of the
other contestants wish '.to.. run
cards of thanks, our columns
are open to them.
CARD OF THANKs.-We wish
to thank our friends and neigh
b:)rs and also the attending phy
sicians, Drs. Woodruff and Long
far their' kindness and good
attendance shown us through
the sickness and death of our
beloved .son and brother, Fur
man. MaysGo.d's richest bless
ings rest upon -theni. W. E. PIN
SON, WIF'AND DAUGHTER.
Resolutions of Respect.
Oin Sunday, Feb. 2, the. spitit
of Miss Olive Lewis, of -Pick
ens, S. C., and a neinber of the.
E. Q. V. Literai:y.Society of the
North Greenville High School,
went, to her last. resting place;
therefore, be it
Resolved, That we bow- sub
missively to the Divine will of
our God, who doeth- all things
Resolved, That in her ,death
the E. Q. V. Lit:erary Society
has lost one of its brightest jewc
e-s and most loyal members.
Resolved, That . b6py of
these resolutions 'be sent to the
SENTINEL-JOURNAL and to the
Greenville Daily News.
Elsie Ola Neves,
Elsie Josept i e Barton,
Annie Sue Reid,
'Whereas, God has called fromi
our midst one of our beloved
members, Miss Olive Lewis, a
promising young lady with such
noble traits of Christian charac
ter' that placed her foremost in
the hearts of her many friends,
being always found at her nost
of duty, laboring with an untir
ing energy for all that was good
and noble; therefore, be it
Resolved, That we the B. Y.
P. U. tend to the bereaved fami
ily our heartfelt sympathy in
this time of great sorrow; and
may God shed the gentle rays
of His 'sunshine into their
Resolved, That a copy of these
resolutions be sent to the fanm
lily of J. J. Lewis, and that a
copy of the same be placed upon
the records of the B. Y. P. U.,
also that a copy be sent to the
SENTINEL-JOURNAL and Baptist
Courier. J. L. Willis,
Died, at her home near Con
neross, on the 4th inst., at 2
p. mn., of typhoid fever, Neoma
Inez Entrekin, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Entrekin, aged
14 years. She was buried the
day following at Conneross
She is gone, sweet daughter,
Gone to rest;
It is hard for us,
But God knows best.
None bnt God
Could give us power
To bear our grief
In this sadi hour.
We should not giljeve
It is not right
When we know our child
Is an angel bright.
Her voice was sweet,
Her presen(ce dear;
Our home is sad
One vacant chair.
FATrHER ANT) MOTHER.
Westminster, S. C.
Death of Mr. 0. T. Simmons.
On the morning of the 28t1
ult. Mr. Oval T. Simmons die'
at his home, Pickens, R. D. 4
after a long illness of Bright'
disease. Although everything
that loving hands could do wa
(lone for him, the ravages o
the disease could not be arrest
ed, and at 2.30 -in the morninj
he passed into the great beyond
leaving behind many relativel
andl friends, who will mourn thi
(leath of such *a bright an<
promising young man.
Trho funeral servicefwere helt
at the Calvary Baptist churci
-of which ho had been a mem
her for some tiine-the day fol
lowing his death. The funera
services were conducted by his
pastor, Rev. W. C. Seaborn.
Our brother was 31 years old
and a worthy Knight of Pickeni
Lodge, No. 123. .The order losl
a loyal tnengbeV, for the tru4
spirit of Pythilanism is incorh
prehensible to dny one who 1i
ignorant of the principles ani
underlying puriposes of the or
dei';to a man thoroughly im.
bued with that spirit selfishnesi
is impossible, and he who is an.
imated by such purposes cannoi
stoop to anythineg sordid or n
A fresh car of P. P. P. Flour
has just reached us.
"Best Flour in the World", our
customers say. $6 per barrel.
Try it and see for yourself.
BE & MAULD
He was laid to rest with the State
honors of his fraternal order, out
the pallbearers being 'R. R.
Roark, H. A. Nealey, J. R.
Ashmore, R. W.~ Waries,, Thlos T.
J. Anderson and Rbsmian Edens. y
How sad it is to see our loved I
ones leave this wor1ld of sor- made. i
row. But when the trump of on li
God shall sound on the resurret.. he
tion morn and when death's hir
prison bars are broken and our
loved ones we shall see, what a
meeting that will be. Then tl0'o
our sorrow wvill be turned to ) e
1 gladness. A FmIND. Alli
As soon as a woman becomes end a
'heartless her case is hopeless. T"'"'
You can't borrow happiness, gi~
3 but it's different with trouble. tavi 1
SI- - 19b7, a
Instead of regretting yester- in the
day get busy and do something lu2
Is It Your
Do you pin your hat to. your tlip8w ar a'td t ~~
Haven't eniough hair? It must J ii'e
be you do not know Ayer's |Pure
Hair Vigor! Here's an intro- for aut
duction ! May the acquaint--. h a
ance result in a heavy growth
of rich, thick, glossy hair I ~""
Use this splendid hair-food, Noti00
stop yot r falling hair, and get mi ka
rid of four dandruff. Judget
The best kind of a testimonial-- the ofa
sixt eas."theo ford
Lo~f* *1*u sida ge
INle, Pan i
n Sth foling amdcaa n
orsa n tPCkemn cur ICourt.
lowinge desloribed rea es' upn
in the einer mtlion i el tow:
hafL piece, parcel, or tract of I na
sadi be~ing situnat ain the counsty
lato nfo,-esid. on both sides of
a Mile Riher, containing four
'd (400) aarea, mhore or I. sa. and
I e tract oft land conveyed by N.
d en to Mutri Ann Maduden and
ra of her body the 2d1 day of April
nd( the dleedi to which is recorded
isffice of Register of Maniae Con
e im Book "A" paeb '782. 'xe-pt
>Ort ions of tIaidl tract as se has
('ff, and reference is hereby
o stid dleed for further "lescri p
af staid hand, which now ad
lands of 0. 0. Smith, N. B.
J. H. Adanms, Mary Bro-vn and
ta: On'-thirdl cas) 0o daiy of'
d( the bala nce 'on a credit of' o ae
'o years in * (1111 amfounts. The
por'tei s to draw interest from
B -le and to be secured by the
f the. purchaser or p~urchsE ra,
mortgage of the prenmises, withA
an the purchaser or purchanirs to
ite p ayment of thbe creolit portion,
terms of a tle must I e complied
Ithin one hour- or the premises
resold on samte duy,
aser, or pmt chaasers. are to pr.y
papers and ior the recording~ of
A. J..BOOGS, [seal.]
Clerk of (court.
f Final Settlemnent and Discharge
e is hereb - given that 1i wial
pplication to J. B. New bery, Esq.
>f Probato for Pleckens county, in
e of' South Oarolinq. o A ke'e20th
February JQ08, at 11 *ock In
mnoon, or as soon) thereafter as
plication can be heard, for leave
final settlement of the estate of
bMoore, decased, andI obtain dis.
as administrator of said estate.
D. 0. MOOREI.