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The sentinel-journal. (Pickens, S.C.) 1906-1909, July 23, 1908, Image 5

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a Local and Perso*al
lature.
Full line of bicycle repairs,
such as spokes, 1 ims, tubes, ce
ment, etc., and "solarine" for
polishing all metals.
H. A. RICHEY.
Sunimer is here. The ther
mometer is standing 92 in the
shade.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Valley, of Pickens, on the 17th,
inst., a fine girls
Miss.Corrie Aiken, of Green
ville, is visiting her uncle, 1?. L'.
4 Henderson, in Pi(keins.
Born on the 19th instant, to
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Winchester,
of the Hazel section, a fine
daughter.
Mrs. W. J. Puette is on a visit
to her daughter, Mrs. W. C.
Hunt, of Dacusville, S. C.-[Brc
vrd News.
Hon. Geo. S. Legare is grad
ually improving and regaining
his strength at his summer home
in Pickens.
Dr. A. C. Spain, dentis' . will
he in Pickens on July 28th, and
remnin four days. Can he found
at Dr. Bolt's offico.
Miss Lila Harris, of Green
ville, is visiting her sisters, Mrs.
J. B. R. Freeman and Mrs. W.
T. Griffin, in Pickens.
Afi- C! "N Towen and two.
xreeInv ille, a re
3With the fam- i
.n, in Pickens.
Miss Janie Thornton, a very I
heautiful and (harning young I
lady of Easley, is isiting heri
friend, Miss Floride Carey, in
Pickens.
Miss Norma Griflin, of Pick- j
ens, spent last week very pleas
antly with relatives and friends
in the Table Mountain section e
of the county.
The "small fry" of the town z
of Pickens had a very enjoyable
time at a "tacky party" at the
home of Congressman Legare
on Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis, of t
Pickens, visited the latter's pa- I
rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0.
Richey, of Easley, R. F. D. 3,
several days last week.
Johnny, son of T. D. Harris,
is quite sick at the home of his
father in Pickens with bilious
fever. His many young friends
hope he will soon be up again.
Mrs. W. A. Cason, nee Essle
Hughes, of Anderson, is visit
ing her sister, Mrs. J. F. Har
ris, and brother', T. D. Harris, I
in Pickens. She is accompanied
by Miss Cason.
There wvill be an all-day sing
ing at Cross Roads church the
first Sunday in August. The
public is cordially invited to at
tend and bring song books and
wvell-filled baskets.
T. L. Bivens is now, and has
been for the past several weeks,
quite sick at his home in Pick
ens, with a complication of dis
eases. His friends all hope that
he may soon be up again.
Avery Looper has a sum of
money that he found on the
streets of Pickens, July 3d.
Owner can recover same b)y
c'alling on him at R. R. Rtoark's
store and describing property.
Mrs. John L. Thoi-nley,of Pick
.who has been quite sick fore
ipast few weeks, is lnprov
and is now able to sit up.
She has been In charge of that1
eminent physician, Dr. R. J.
Glliland. of lEasley.
dughes, of Rich
Isit to her sister,
NMrs. J. J. Lewis, in Pickens.
Miss Lillian Bolt, of Pickens,
ias returned home after a very
pleasant visit to her friend, Miss
Pool, of Greenville.
All persons interested are re
luested to meet at Griffin
:hurch on the 30th inst., with I
;uitable tools, prepared to clean
)ff the gravk-yard.
Rev. J. E. Foster, pastor, will
)egin a protracted meeting at
J'ile Creek church to-morrow
Friday) night, 24th inst., begin
king at early candleli.ht.
Capt. R. A. Fisher, the ener
,etic, painstaking and faithful
ection master of the Pickens
tailroad, took vacation last Sat
rrday and ran over to Ander
on, returning to Pickens, M on
lay.
Sheriff J. C. Jennings, of
'ickens county, was among the
risitors in the city to-day. He'
s considered one of the best
fficers in the state, and has
nany friends and admirers in
his city. -[A nderson Mail.
Mr. and Mrs. Wi. Harper, of
!entral, 1. C., are visiting the
amily of M-r. and Mrs. John
,tevenomn. This couple will re
inain in Lavonia for quite a
chile. They are uncle and
unt of Mrs. Stevenson.-Lavo
ia (Ga.) Times.
All those interested are rc- 1
uested to meet at Tabor church <
aturday before the first Sunday <
ii August for the purpose of!
leanhig o11 the graveya-rd.
ach one is requested to bring
uch tools as they think will be
1ecessary.
Cedar Rock public school
)pened July 20th, with the fol
o wing teachers in charge: Miss
Jarrie Kay, princi, al: Mrs. Cie-1
,ie Stewart, assistant. Fifty
even pupils were enrolled the
lrst day between the ages of 6
nd 17 years.
The many friends in Pickens
Lnd elsewhere of Walter H.
-angston, who is in Earle's san
tarium at Greenville, beingi
.re kted for appendicitis, will':
earn with pleasure that the I
>peration was very successful1
mnd that he is getting along
iicely.
The A.rtIcle on the singing at
Antioch last Sunday, is unavoid
Lbly crowded out this week.
several articles have been con-)
igned to the waste basket be
:ause the author's name was
1ot attached to thenm. This we
dlways require as an evidence of
rood faith.
Misses Pet and Mattie Finley,
f Andrson, are on a visit to
heir sister, Mrs. J. T. Partridge,
ni Pickens. Miss Pet has been
ulute sick for some time,- and as
loon as she became able to travel
yame to Pickens. The salubri
ms1 climate of this towvn will
prove a wonderful tonic to her.
The State Reunion of the Con
~ederate Veterans will be held
ni Greenville, Aug. 12th and
l.3th, and Commander Wmn. B.
Allgood wants Camp Garvin to
)e well represented. He has ar
eanged for 30 members to be
provided for, and all who care
to attend can do so by paying
bheir dues and getting their crc
lentials, properly signed, from.
Adjutant J. B. Newbery. There
are 40 member's of this camp,
md, so far, only 20 have paid
their dues. Dues must be paid
or credentials wvill not be given.
A good time is promised the. old:
veterans, and as many as can
should atteond this reunion.
Nice fresh milk cows for sale
r exchange. G. A. ELLIS. R.
F. D. No. 2. 16-3t
The kiss one woman bestows
In another is ahnost as mean
3ugles's as the handshake of a
biotel clerk.
The many friends of Jake Gil
espie, of Pickens, R. 2, will re
r1et to learn that he is confined
o his rooi with a case of ty
loid fever.
The Pickens team went down
:o Easley Monday and won a
.came from the E:isley team, 15
:o 7. It seems that nobody in
Easley knew the Pickens team
vas coming, not even the cap
1ain of the Easley team, but
1hey got u) a team in time to
lay five innings before darkness
topped the game.
A SundayN. school celebration
m(d picnic wil be held at Griffin
1hurch on the 1st day of August,
he samite being Saturday. In
:1e forenoon there will be two
iddresses delivered by promi
ent speakers. The evening will
) devoted to ittingo, Every
m(o cordially in i ed to attend
mld bring, son boo~ks.
Something like 800 people
vere inl Pickenms yesterday to
tienld th speaking and to try
o pick out the best man to sup
)ort for senator, congressman
ind solicitor. The candidates
or all of these offices spoke to
he voters. They all, being good
nen, will (,ach one get a share
)f votes in this county for the
flice to wvhich they aspire.
Mrs. J. M, Gantt. who for the
past year has been living at
Tharlottesville, Va., returned to
hier home in Pickens last Mfon-'
Jay, to the very great delight of
her many friends. Mr. G'ntt
will soon get thriough with his
work there and will follow later,
Egain- taking up his residence
ere.
It is had to be misunderstood.
Dne of the employees of the
Pickens railroad thought we
6vere throwing off on the new
:oach in the commendatory ar
:icle published last week. Such
s life-misquoted, misunder
stood, maligned, and cussed in
~eneral--and the more you try
to do your duty, or set yourself
right, the more cussings and
ibuse there is heaped upon you.
Col. Wm'. B. Allgood came
unto Pickens this week and gave
Barber Porter a job-had his
'tair' cut and1 his beard trimmed
i. la Vandyke, and as he wvent
>)ut of town he made an impos
ing picture--looked like a Ken
bucky gentleman of befo' de
wvah time. lHe is grooming him
self to attend the Confederate
re-union in Greenville in August
and will, no doubt, be one of the
handsomest men there.
Miss Eva Earle entertained
last Thursday evening in honor
of her guest, Miss Meriam Cau
ble, of Atlanta. After much
"spooning" under the spread
ing trees, the couples were in'
vited to the punch bowl. Music
was furnished by Miss Eva
Earle, w~hich added to the pleas
ure of the evenlhing The guests
included Misses Pauline Izlar of
Orangeburg, Rosa Lesesne of
Samn'ter', Lncia aid Marie Fol
ger, Floride Carey, Ora McFall,
Bess Ashmflore(, Floren'ce Bowen,
Ruth Ballinger, Hattie Earle of
P~ickens, andI Messrs. Paul Rob
inson of Easley, Jerry McMahon
of Charleston, Joe Johnson of
Belton, D~r. Will Bolt, Robert
B~ruce, Ilovey Earle, Elbert Fin
Iey, Wayne Mauldin, Br'uce
Boggs anid John Carey, of
Pickons.
Pickons-R F 0 2.
Chas. Coleman is on the sick
list. Hope he will be all right
in a few days.
Crops are looking well; farm
:rs laying by.
We are niow ready to eat
'.atermelon and shake hands;
with candidates, who had bet-|
ter begin tolget around and let
the voters se them, for the time
sn't long when some of them
will come upLi missing.
JWe are glad to know that
Tesse Lewis is in the ring for
mpervisor. Ho is 0, K., and
will get a handsome vote in
Pearidge.
I notice in the last report of
he supervisor that D. F. Roper
iad drawn $6 for work at the
poor farm. Why is it he is paid
or country work when he is
rired by t)ke county by the year?
His place is at the poor farm.
Ie hasn't time to work else
where and do his duty. I have
Tried it, and I know.
Miss Mattie Gillespie. of North
'arolina, is visiting her sister,
,[rs. W. H. Coleman.
J. R. Porter visited Sullivan
hildress in Oconee last Sunday.
lie says crops are looking fine
wer there.
The protracted meeting is run
ling at Praters this week. We
iope much good will be done
md many souls saved.
Mr. Editor, that watermielon
s still growing; it is as large
is a 3-gallon churn nlow.
Roll Roy.
County Pair.
A nieting of the Farm Pro
dict Committee was held at the
courthouse on the 20th inst.
The purpose and object of the
ileeting was to arraige a list of
farm products to be exhibited at
the County Fair, on September
15-16-17, 1908.
The committee in charge of
the work liave exerted their
every effort to arrange a pro
gramiie that would meet with
he approval of those desirous of
T'ompating for the premiums
which wvill be awarded.
It is hoped that thle farmers
bhroughout the county wvill give
bhis notice due consideration,
Emnd offer such products for ex
bibition as contained in the list
below.
A premium will be awarded
cm the following farm products:
10 best stalks of corn selected
from 011e acre;
2 best stalks of cotton, any se
lection;
i bu. best wheat, any variety;
* bu. " oats, " "
1 bundle " " "
* bu. field peas, " "
5 best stalks cane," "
* gal, best sirup," "
Special Committee-Matthew
Hendricks, G. A. Ellis, S. B.
Craig.
Largest watermlelon, any va
r'iety;
Largest pumpkin,any variety;
1 doz. best apples," "
* bu. best sweet potatoes;
Largest sweet potato, any va.;
Largest turnip, any variety;
Largest beet, ""
" cab~bage," "
Special Committee -- A. G.
Bagwoll, M. 0. Looper, W. M.
Murphy.
A. M. Monmus, Chn.
Farm Product Comn,
J. P. C A REY, JR.
Attorney-at-Law
Pickens, S. C.
iPractice ini all Courts.
Buy flair
at Auction?
At any rate, you seem to be
getting rid of it on auction-sale
principles: "going, going,
g-o-n-e I" Stop the auction
with Ayer's Hair Vigor, It
certainly checks falling hair;
no mistake about this. It acts
as a regular medicine; makes
the scalp healthy. Then you
must have healthy hair, for
it's nature's way.
The bent kind of a testimonial
"Sold for over sixty years."
SARSAPARILLA.
enERRY PECTORAL.
His Platform.
Charlie Cureton has took the
bull by the horns and has had
printed a lot of cards for distri
bution, giving his platform. In
his he is ahead of his opponents
an11d it will caIse the voters to
3it up and take notice, and will
cause the other candidates to
scheme to "hedge" on the "lead"
Llharlie has taken. The card Is
as follows:
"Editor Sentinel - Journal
Please insert the following po
tice of my platform and render
bill to me.
Very respectfully,
C. L. CurIIro.
Pickem, S. C., 21 July, 1908.
PLATFORM.
"The strict enforcenwL of all
laws; Prompt, attention to the
duties of the office; Fair and
impartial treatment of all; I
shall have no favorites. I favor
the abolition of all extra con
stbl(s in Pickens county, and
promise to enforce the laws
without the aid of constables,
thereby saving to the tax payers
large sums of money now going
out of the public funds for the
enforcement of the laws."
If Charlie Cureton is elected
we will guarantee that he will
come as nigh as the next man
in carrying out the above plat
form.
The
New Table Rock Hotel
On Table Rock,
South Carolina's own mountain.
Beautiful Scenery.
Fishing and Hunting.
New Hotel. New Furniture.
Table Up-to-date.
Terms: One Dollar a Day;
Six Dollars a W~eek;
Special Arrangement8
by the month and for
families.
Hacks from Pickens (railroadi
Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays.
E. F. KEITH, Proprietor,
Pickens, S. C., R. F. D. No. 4.
Small Farm for Sale
Do you Need Such a
Place?
I sold the other one, but hero
is a better one:
53 acres, 3 miles from Iberty.,
4i miles from Pickens; 35 acres
in high state of cultivation, bal
ance in heavy oak timber; two
small houses, necessary out
buildings; on rural route and
has fine water and good pasture.
Am offered $2,200 for this,
but must have $2,500. 1 refused
$225 standing rent for the place
this year, preferring part of the
crop. Are you going to let the
other fellow get aheadl of you
on this?~
H. M. HIEsorT~ Pickon, S. C.

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