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Enterod at PI'ckens rstntfco a Second Clats
PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY, JUNE 1908.
Ve understand that a report
gained currency ill - Pickens
Wedlnes(lay that the editor of
tihis paper was pushing politics,
in that lie was demanding of
candilates t) know where they
stanid relativo to boycotts. This
is a false ilea. This editor does
not Care a continental relative
to a man's private opinion, nor
to what. the candidates do rela
tive, to amihouncing, or what the
voters demand of them on the
stunip. 'lhe c( in(lidates can
miake aly ple(lges or promises
they see tit, can announce
whervl they please av1 think
their bost intte8- lie, ani vork
for tlle nlost Vutt's, a1l when it
Comes time to cast the lallots
this elilor will vte a tccoril to
the (lictates (f Ils conscience,
al fi),O il th e 1101 wh ml lit, (.41n
(eives to iw l s qialitiud tu fill
th. uflives. We ho0)pe ( lr f . riendsil
ml subscrileis will tke t
samle10 VieW (if it ;1i1(l vill do like
wlise. Ilirty.i ildellliajl pilit its
is all '1holllillatioll. ve arlh
.ian11 ril li lis owl merits.
It is niot infireuejiniet that news
p)aitls ( fid eI misehl -ves unllappre
ciated by t he mien wvhomi they
have favorl v by their support,
colunit after coinni being pub
lished in thir favor, and vet
such favors wheni the test coes
are unlp)reciated. Wihen you
find your home paper taking no
interest in you or your siccess,
when you find it aggravatingly
.silent when '" '' i'.1 the editor
a hlnen in
, but just
-. - ., - aneremn have you
-placed1 the paper and its editor
under obligations to use space
and energy for you.
The loafers are a pretty slick
set of fellows. They generally
loaf around those who dho not
advertise, and as a consequlen(ce
they are not disturbed by cus
tomiers. Tlhie loafers understand
this bhusiness better than some
A tame rattlesnake belonging
to an Arizona farmer sleeps
every night on the front gate of
the OWner's garden, coiling itself
around the gatepost, so that a
lock and chain to keep out in
trunders are not neteded.1
A fly so minute as to be al
most invisible ran three inches
im half a second, and was calcu
lated to make no less than 540
steps in the time a muan could
breathe Once. A man with pro
portionate~ agility could run 24
miles in a minute.
.Last year the United States
p)roducell 300,000 pounds of beet
It will be noticed that Mr.
Bryan at the Cooper Union
meeting neither blinked', dodged
nor evaded the question put to
him regarding negro disf ran
chisement in the South, but met
it fairly and squarely like the
A lady who dwelt on the banks
of the Niger,
Went to ride with a smile oI the
back of a tiger;
They came back from. the ride
with the lady inside,
And the smile.on the face of the
President Roosevelt's vocabu
lary may still be best described
by adjectives beginning with
"V." It is virile, vigorous, vital,
vehement, violent-and occa
sionally borders on the vicious.
The recipe for being well
dressed.is to go to a good tailor,
get really good clothes, pay a
really good price for them, and
let them be perfectly unostenta
tious and unremarkable in every
inotincemients of candidates will be run un
rier this hein ti ntil the primary election for e5,
cash in nidvittee.
i.ocal ioti-ts, or "puffs", will be charged for
extria, icecorditig to tI Re spitee they occupy.1and
i he anoiunt of straiin on the editor's conselenee.
No writeup for less than 0o.
For Coagress, 3d District
For Solicitor 10th CircuIt
I amt a candidate for the oflice of Solicitor of
he 10th .1tielial Circuit of South Carothia.
tlject to the riles of the Democratic party. I
nave served in court continuotisly for several
-ears as t; rit stenograil her ifter completing
ny law cou rse and I i am fatiniliar wit h the work
iig. of the courts. 31. C LONU.
I h1 'elby ainounce myself a candidtte for the
Aiive of Solicitor of the Tenth Circuit, and
'ledge iuyself to abide the result of the prinimry
lection, an11d to suppolt the nominees of the
>ecnvratie inarty ii satid primary.
PitOUTOR A. HiONHAM.
I hereby announce myself as a candidato fo:
.oli(itor of the il0th .Judicial Circuit, subject to
he Ilemocratic l'riatry election.
A. II. DAGNA L L.
or H1ouse of Repr-ementatives
The imny frienis of the liON. .1\11ES P.
'.\ l 1Y re..pet ful ly anmotin hivii n as a candul I
bite fir it-lvection to the lloti e of liepresentt
ie siuji-t to the 'ution of the voters in the
'ritna y elevtiott
For Clerk of Court
lienel- annonu nee myself a canididate for
-r cf i tici'ort for l'iekeiis County, subject
the t i-ut (if the lDe.norati c 'rimnaiy.
FRI.kNK E. COX.
I herehsv iuimounce imyelf a candidate for re
(evtioi t the ollice (of shetif, subject to the
II ton if the voterms i. the Democratic primary
LIeition. J. U. JENNINGS.
I herely itnoiunee myself as a candidate for
rfir sheriiW of Pilkens connty, subject to the
rules ii reuititins of the Denocratic party.
J. M. JAMESON.
I hereby announce m self as a candidate for
he ollice of Sheriff of Pickens County, subject
o the actioi of tihe Democratic rimary.
R.F R. ROARK.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate for
he office of Sheriff of 1'iilkens county, subject
o the action of the DemocratiC primary.
ChIAS. L CURtETON.
I hereby- offer myself am a candidate for the
>fijce of County Auditor subject to the action
if the Democratic party in the primary election.
Vhile cornparutively a young man, I feel comn
'etent to diischarge the duties of the-office, and
f elected I wIll discharge maid duttem to my best
Lbility, "Give the boys a chance to show what
hey car. do." SA M HI. CRAIG.
For Co. Supt. of Education
TIhe friendm of MR. E. F. LOOP'ER announce
aim am a candidate for re-election to the office
if County Supervisor, subject to the Demo
ratio Primary election
The many friendm of ex-Commissioner ROil
BRtT STEWA RtT respectfully announee him as
candidate for the office of County Supervzsor,
'ubject to the action of the voters in the pri
nary election. - vOTERS,
For County Conanalsoner
I hereby announce myse' f a candidate for the
>fiice of Uounty CommIssioner, subject to the
rctlin of the voters in the prima~ election.
A JEFF WELIJORN.
With the consent of a few friends I announce
mnyself a candidate for county Commimsioner,
tbuject to the primary election. l~amin favor of
the Texas wide road system, so the men who
have been planting cotton and cutting aitches
in a six foot road will have to snd hack.
J. E. AS8A WAY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for the
ollice of County Commissioner of - Plekens
County, subjoct to the action of the Democratico
party In the primary election.
WM. F. YOUNG.
The friends of D. A. PARtROTT respectfully
announce him a candidate for re-election to the
ofilce of Coroner, subject to the action of the
voters in the Denmocratic brimary election.
For Magistrate Pickens Township.
To tile Voters of P'iokens County, S. C.;
I am a little disfigured, but still in the ring
for the oflice of Magistrate. I want all of you
voters to seek me eatrly, while I may be found,
befuore the election day draws nigh, when many
shall strive, butt few shall enter in, and the
votes wilt be counted and the election managers
shall say to all who are not prepared, depart
from uts, we don't know you, and go ye down to
where the Whangdoodle mourneth for his first
born. W. c. IIRAMLETT.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
Magistrate for Pickens Township. subject to
the action of the voters in the Democratic pri
W. L. JENKINS.
Notice of Election. I
Ornei. of County Supt. of Education of
ickeis County, Pickens, S. C.
W lereas, a p, tition from the freehold
frs and electors of Flat Rock School
D'strict No. 4, has-been filed with the
County Board of Fducation of PickensIt
County ask ing said Board for permission
to hold an e e :tion in said District to
determine whether or not 2 mills extra
levy shall be levied in said District for
It appearing to the County Board of
Education that the petition meet the
requirements of the law. Therefore, it
is ordered that the trustees of the above
naued District to hold an election on
June 13th at Flat Rock school house for
the above state purpose. The Trustees
shall be managers and shall conduct loi
this election as all general elections are
conducted and strictly in accordance
with Section 1208 of the School Law. yo
By order of County Board of Educa
tion. R. T. Hallum,
Rec. and Chm.
* NOTICE OF ELECTION,
Office of County Supr. of Education of
Pickensi County, Pickens. S. C. ..
Whereas, a petition from the free-.
holders and electors of Praters School
District No. 28 his been filed with the F
County Board of Education of Pickens
,coonnty. asking said Board for permis
sion to hold an election In said district
to determine whether or not 2 mills
extra levy shall be levied in said Die
trlct for school purposes
It appering to the County Board of
Education that the petition meets the rr
qunirenments of law, therefore, it is or
dered that the trustees of the above
named District do hold an election en
June 6, at Printers school house for the
above stated purpose. The Trustees
shall be managers and shall conduct this
election as all general elections are con
ducted and strictly In accordance with
section 1209 of the school law.
By order of County Board of Educa.
tion. - . T. HALLUIt,
Sec, and Chmn.
1735- College of Charleston -1908
Charleston, . C.
124th Year Begins September 25
Entrarcfe examination will be
held at the Couinty Court 'House
on Friday, July 3, at 9 a. m.
All candidates for a'dmission can
compete in September for vacant
Boyce scholarships which pay d
$100 a year. One tree tuitin
scholarship to each ccunty of ti
South Carolina. Board and fur- l
nished room in dormitory, $11. ~
Tuition, $40. For catalogue ad
dress HARRISON RANDOLPH, ii
Notice of Final Settlement.
I will apply to J. B. riewbery, Probate
Judge for Piokens county, for a final g
settlement with my wards, W. B. Free
man and J. W. 'Freeman, minors, and
ask to be dismissed as guardian, on the
2nd day of July. 1908.
E. M. FREEMAN,.
:June 2, 1909 . Guardian.
t line of
id patterns of tht i.a st de
best qualitics of mattrial that
a PrIces are still prevailing.
ine of Children's Spring and
earts are made glad by these
he li,48e folks.
An This Week.
H IL D
asurance, Cashier Biondd, so ycu can't.
sits. See H. C. Shirley and he will fix
decides all arguments in our
rhen we sell, when we select
that is the question we ask
>f our customers is the first
ything does not please y ou,
ke it right.
tab on our bargains and take
because -of his shrewdness
at's the result of the disposi
est man in town. How about
ne and get o"m prices. We
R E (CO., Liberty, S.C.
ce in The Sentinel-Journal for the ur
sometimes I shall quote some prle
oods and if you can do better it Is your
t sell black pepper at 10c. a pound, but
n and pure. It may be said that this is
t you, and I prop'se to sell it at 10c.
is at20c.a ti r~o ery where. Figure
in-cured tbao av smn5c. a plug, but that
ithe oi tha't I sell at 15c. but if there is
om the same tank others do.
>nle up. Well, it hal, but by close clip
r trade and expect to get a part of it i~
A RR IS.
?hese goods comprise styles ai
and are made up from the
3 manufactured at the prices.
re, Smoke, a
DO NOT F
Ve have also received our full I
dd pants, and many childish I
ome and stylish garments for t
Trading Stamps Miy
)U GET TH
-- IN TE
[heir Safe has been tried and found Bur
rhis Bank has Burglar Insurance, Fire I
e your money.
Liberal Interest allowed on Time Dep<
u up satisfactorily,
El. C. SHIRLEY, Cashier.
Viil Our Customers be
That is the question thai
store. When we buy and v
qualities and make prices,
ourselves. The pleasing <
object to be attained. It ar~
let us know and we will ma
'he Busiest Man in Tor
Always has time to keep
advantage of them. That's
and business capacity. Thl
tion that makes him the busi
See us for anything in our I
can and will save you mone
1IBERTY HARD WA
What They Say
First, ang ten sa Iam buyin this apa
hen I quote prices I always have the F
ai ust what I am doing and it isann
'S than cot-well, ft it I that d't hu
Third The nmay say Ican't sell afisi
ur ustetIam don and it is worth 10
0~b etkeg Sda tor 250.-. 2lb for oc
Fifth. Some oters may say sugar has g
odsand prices are anobjet.omrty1
T. D. H