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v ? Towns, County & People.
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? Dr. E. G. Kerwin, Dentls
of Easley, will be in Plekeni
every Wednesday. Office ovei
We want to sell you botl
work ami dress shirts becaust
we will sell you better ^oods foi
same money. Dome and see.
tl' Craig Bros.
? For Sale: Cadillac Tourinf
car with new lop, gas lights
two extra inner tubes anil in i
No. I condition. Price $150
A;>ply to C. X. Wyatt, Easley
?There will be childrens da>
exercises at Bethlehem Church,
Urd Sunday in this month
Speakers arc expected to be
present and make fitting ad
dresses. The public are cordial
lv invited to attend and enjo>
?There will be an allday olt
and young folks singing al
Camp Creek Church the thirc
Sunday in June. All lovers ol
music arc cordially invited t<
attend. Bring well tilled has
kels, new song books and the
To the Pickens Sentinel Jour
IMease allow me space in youi
columns to say that the good
Lord has so far recovered mt
i ..... ?ix, 4 ii.
iii.ii i dill nmu mm; m \\?inv
wit h assistance and to express
myself intelligibly. There seems
to lie reasonable grounds foi
hope that J may acquive a more
perfect command over now tor
pid faculities, in the near future.
To the many kind friends whe
have ministered to my necessi
tii s, 1 beg that this wHl express
my gratitude, till 1 can writ<
J. C. Yon gun
Per S. M. Yongue. **
Editor Sentinel. Please al
low us space* in your paper foi
the following according to th<
arrangement <>f the ICxecutivi
(Committees of the Pickeni
Piedmont and Twelve Mil<
River associations. Rev. \Y. M
Walker Evangelist began a se
ries of meet ings at Pickens Mil
villilOO AH flift 0<)n(l Mini 1"1?
* "" *" ??IIM IHIVI ?.%?
until the night of the IJlst.
There was ii meat revival oi
religion; the m< mbers were buil
up spiritually, sinners wen
awakened ami backsliders wen
reclaimed. Then; were twenty
additions to the church in all.
An offering f??r State mission!
was taken the last night of tin
meeting amounting to twenty
The work lliat Bro. VVailce
did here will he felt for nian)
years to come and the prayer o
the people is that he may liv<
many years in the service of tin
T. II. Stewart,
S. I\ Marchhanks
W. T. Porter,
Noticc of Songs Scrvice.
There will be a Song Service a
Pickens Methodist Church oi
the second Sunday in June, 111
10 the same be being June 12th
at 2-00 o'clock p.m., conducte
by Prof. Mcl). Woames, i
which he will be assisted b
competent singers. A full atter
drnce io earnestly urged, an
f\ the public is cordially invitee
On this occasion Prof. Weame
will probably niako lonm ar
nouncomont looking to the cor
ducting of a Sinking school a
A Keffiilnr Tom Ho;
was Susie -climbing trees und fence)
jumping ditches, whitling, always yo
ting scratches, cots, Kprn 1 iih, bruise;
bumps, barns or scnlds. lint lawi
ller mother just applied Kucklen
Arnica Halve and cured hor quid
Heals everything healable?Boili
UlcroH,J|Kc/ema, Old Soros, Corns t
Piles. Try it; 25c. at all drnncrgiHti
The splendid work of (Jbnmherlinn
Stomach and Liver Tablets ia nil con
in# to liuht. No such grand romed
for livor and lowol tronbies wan eve
known before. Thousands bless tlipi
for curing constipation, sick hoftdnch*
bilionsness jaundice and indltroatioi
Sold by all dealers.
1 Card of Thanks.
We wish to express our heart'f
felt thanks to our friends and
| neighbors for their many acts of
J kindness shown us during the
sickness and death of our little
^ son. May God's richest bless|
ings rest upon each one of them
jjj is our earnest prayer.
k Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Jones.
* Pickens, R. 4, June 7th 1910.
I Card of Thanks.
4 Wo wish to express our sinr
cere thanks to our friends and
neighbors for their kindness and
sympathy shown us during the
1 sad death of our dear husband
5 and father. We pray God's
l' richest blessings on them all.
Mre. E. A" Lawson
Mi's. E. M. Morgan.
There will be an all day
t singing at Pleasant Hill church
this county Sunday June 19th
(third Sunday) conducted by
Profs. Baker, McD. Weams and
othoi's. Public are cordially in'
viti'l] tn nhfmnl \?ritl-? fl-w* """"1
. .vw 1.x/ iavvviiv? n 1U11 I/Jlic; UDliai
accesories for an "all day sing
He is Gone
On last Thursday evening at
r 4 o'clock the Death Angel entered
a happy home and claimed
for it victim little Wallace, the
17 months old son of Mr. and
' Mrs. Rotit Jones. All that lov'
ing hands could do to relieve his
sufferings was srlaulv done, but
} God called his weary suffering
child home to rest. We yielded
our loved one up, and strive;
day-')y-day to bow in submission
to God's will, yet we are
but human, and oft times the
, heartache seems almost more
I than we can bear, while we feel
, an unutterable longing for a
touch of that vanished hand,
, and a sound of the sweet voice
5 that is stilled. But no more
, will home echo the sound of his
, foot steps, loving words, his
bright, sweet presence is forever
gone. His little body was
j laid to rest the day following
his death at Oolenoy Cemetery
, in the presence of many rela,
tives and fiiends to witness the
last sad rites.
The angels did not tell us
They would take him away
But came into your house
. And plucked the fairest flower.
r They left the casket only;
3 The (jewel) it is gone;
^ They took him to the Saviour
3 To place him in his crown,
i He is gathering up his jewels,
''Bright jewels for his crown;"
He sought among your treas1
1 And took the brightest one.
But our dear ones were not
t For a while they were only
When Jesus called your darlr
lie only took "his own."
* By his precious blood he bought
' And these dear ones of ours.
He wore the crown of thorns
i That we might wear the
f Why not simply trust hint,
p And on his word rely?
R There is not a sparrow falleth
That he does not hear its cry.
urieve no more for your darling, I
Ho is happier now by far;
Yon can almost hear him rail
Through the gates ajar.
A .Mull WuliU to I>l?
only when n lazy livor mid sluggish
I bowols cause friKhfful despondoncy.
Hut Dr. King's Now Lifo l'ills expel
II poison from the system; bring hope
I and courago; euro all Liver, Stomach
and Kidney troubles; impart health
>, and vigo to the weak, nervous and ail(|
ing ; 25c. at all druggists.
II Bridge to Let.
y I will let to the lowest responi
sible bidder the building of two
(1 concrete piers and a pteel span
r at the Maw bridge site, 2 miles
west of Central, tt. 0., on Twelve
s Mile river, on the 24th day of
i- June, 1910, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
i- The span will be about BO feet.
^ All bidders will bo required to
deposit a certified check of $200
before bidding, and the successful
bidder will be required to
give lK>nd in the amount of his
r* bid. Plans and specifications
made known on day of letting.
8 E. F. LOOPER,
t. june 10t3. Supervisor.
: CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
* Ths Kind You Haw Always Bought
/ ) 4
Railway Mail u
Tho Government pays Railway MaiH
Clerks $800 to $1,200. and other
Employees up to $2,500 annually.
Uncle Sam will hold spring cxiuiui ations
throughout the country for Railway
Mail Clerka, Cuetorn House Clerks
ana other Government Positions.
Thousands of appointments will be
made. Any mah or woman over 18, in
citv or country can get instruction and
fret' information by writing at once to
Bureau of Instruction. 108 Hamlin
Building, Rochester, N, Y.
SUN DAY SCHOOL ASSOC I A
Those who were fortunate
enough to attend the Sunday
School Convention Thursday i
Apr. 28th at. the First Baptist!
Church. enjoyed the hesti
meeting since its Organization. '
Rev. J. C. Bailey, Jr., conduc-1
ted the devotional exercises. !
Address of welcome hy Superin- !
teudant of S. ('.
Keport of the State S. C. i
l>" * iwi/i i I
ii.wih cimum i?y mr. i v .uuru't',
Plan and importance of lesson
Preparation," By Key. A. II.
Best, How we can best teach
missions in the tt. tt." as a
clmrcli builder," by Rev. I). \V.
What about a teacher example
and opportunity? by Miss Grace
The following were elected as
officers for the ensuing year:
M. A. J3okks President.
J.J. Giant t Vice.
W. B. Ramsey. Secretary. and
T. n. ilunter chairman
J. M. Garrett. '
O. T. Hutehins. I
Dressmaking Department n]? ;
stairs in the old (1arey building. |
Daisy E. Jones,
From Anderson, S. (.'
tAI Ffl\*Tl?VniT* A3
LVJLL Jl JI1I1/11L11'llXa
Fc-h Backachc Kioncysano Buodcu
Clemson Agricultural College
Tim examination for the award of ,
Bcholai.ships iti Clemson Agricultural
College will be held in the County Court
House on Friilay, July IS, at !) a. in.
Applicants must till out proper forms,
to bo secured from the County Superii tendon
I of l-Mur Uion, before they will
be allowed to stand tile cxaminat ii>nn.
For detailed information, apply to the
Superintendent of Kducutinn, or t.i the
1'renident of Clemson (\illego.
Applicants for admission to the Col
lege, but not seeking for the scholarships,
will also stand entrance examinations
at the court house July Wli.
The Bcludar.ships are worth $100 ami
The next session of the collcgo opens
Sept lit ||, 1010.
COST AND OOUHSKS (>! " STl'DY.
(') Agriculture and Chemistry.
(:?) Agriculture and Animal Industry.
(4) l'heniistr> mul (h olo^y.
(">) Civil Kii^incM'inK,
(6) Mechanical ami Klei'lmvil F.ngine*-i
(7) Textile Industry.
Cost per scsiioM, i (i?-1 in I i i x Moan?,
Laundry, Hi at, Light, Uniform and ail
fees, $118.70. Im ami all other miscellaneous
supplies, about sjs.O 00. 1?W
hiu(tont^ who pnv tuition, $11)00 additional.
For cut a loir ami information, applv lo
\V. M. UllUJS, Acting l'ic*idcnt.
Nolicc to Teachers.
Tlu* Hummer School for Pickens i'?.iinly
will he held in the l'ii !. 11(iinl.d
school building on .Ion.* v!i>, nn>l coniinuing
foj n porion of t\\\>er I.i< * wcrks,
An corps of teachers will he in
cIi.ii k1'. the nunuM of \\ liitrli will l>e announced
later. The State will pay the
expciiRO-* of the .lehool.
It. T, I lullum.
0o. Supt. Eil.
A big bowl of
is the best dish you
Good for all ages
and all conditions.
Picked in regular sizo packages, iind in hermetically
Mated tins for hot climalca. 5?
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-petiiqtaoo imwrip ?noi8?iaoo-uoii joqjo n?
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wmmwwmi >wi rm
you know a remedy fot coi
years old? Tfiere is one?Ay
in tne family, it stays. It is r
the plac?^ of a doctor. It is
I the treatment of all throat
your own ddetor his opinion
No alcohol in this ^ough medic
You cannot recover promptly if yotir bowels ai
atlvc; act directly on the liver. SoLi for nearly $
No. 41. 155 acres on Twelve
ton Mill; 15 acres cleared, balan
some rough land on this^but
$18 per acre?it will bring mon
be. made on this to suit you.
42. 186 acres 0 miles from 1
pasture; 3 houses with outbuildii
you will find anywhere. Would
It is going for $4,200 and is chc
43- 9? in the Six Mil
buildings; 35 acres in cultivation
level, is well watered and one ol
11 '* 1 ~ * *
i nav<* lounc/ in the !Six Mile seel
churches and schools and has ;
neighborhood. You will like th
good place 011 which to inak<
pleasure to show this for you \vi
tages are not often found in a pi
44. 100 acres; 45 acres cleare
tion; all timber land enclosed in
outbuildings, one tenant house
Mile. Land lies well and is well
those desiiable places and reasoi
ing everything. It is going to 1)
,|5. 2 acres, close to Pickeiu
road; good small house on it; a 1
17. 2/, acres of land in sul
house, compirte; in excellent neij;
place for a home. See me at on
long on the market at $2,100.
'THE REAL E?
Office over Keo\
/ iwife fire and life i\
fH$.VJk? W.J 1 Jit\i\i^z:-AK_2*
I MJ YOU DRI^
I And find the market v-j
a unfavorable for your
m [iuhiuh;. i 11c liinner
I who has a telephones in
\ first. Tha r.sclc s trips i
i cost of service.
U nder the plan of th
j costs hut a trifle; the lai n
^ and the equipment.
Write to nearest \W'
? Manager for pamphlet,
S Farmers' l.litz Dt-f;
I SOUTHERN BELL TFLEPHOXS A
r,o\i n. ritYon ivni.t..
Sliito of South Carolina
( 'OUIlt\ of Pirlu'llH.
Court of Common IMeap.
Summon* for Kulicf ? Complaint Not j
VV. I). Eihiiia, plaintiff,
A. J. Manly ami .J. A. (Inancll,
To the Defendants above named:
You arc hereby summoned ami required
to answer the complaint in this
action, of whieli a copy is herewith
served upon yen, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complaint on
the subscribers at their oflice at I'ickens
<Vurt House, South Carolina within
twenty dajB after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such service; and
if you fad to answer the complaint
within the time aforesaid, the lMaintdT i
in the actio i will apply to the Court for (
the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated May 12. A. 1). HMO. !
Morgan ?fc Mauldin, >
A. J. lhiygd.
(sea') C. (' P. i
To the Deft nd ?nts \ . J. Manly and J. ]
Please take notice that the complaint j
in this notion and thesummonsof which
the foregoing is a copy were filed in the
Office nf A, J. FJokK*, Clerk of tho ( ourt I
of (,'omuioii olins for I'ickens ('mint v.
S. ') . on tl'.o 12th (1 \j of Mny A. f>,
Morgan & Mauldin,
fr-? Olomm ?n<^ brautlflW tha hair.
; JUHNftvnr Valla to Ri>atore Oray
.. Hair to It* Youthful Color.
,''i m.iinti ? ! <
ighs and colds nearly seventy I
ei^s Cherry Pector^J. Once I
lot a doctor, does not take
a doctor's aid. Made for
and lung - troubles. Ask
i of it. Follow his advice.
:ine. J7C~?1 tjer Co.
re constipated. Ayer's Pills are gently laxI.K
jiais. itsK yuur uociot aii a&mitttiem.
: Mile river, near Norris Cot
ce in woodland; no buildings;
the price is reasonable. Only
; in a short time. Terms will i
'ickens; 50 acres cleared, 20 in
lgs. Some as good land as
like, to show you this place,
ap at the price.
e section; two dwellings; out;
fine orcha' i. This place lies
the most desirable places that
tion. It is convenient to the
\11 that ?oes to make an ideal i
is if you are looking for a
i your home. It will give me
ill appreciate it, for its advanace
at the price, $4,200.
id and in high state of cultivapastur?
; 5-room house; .good
:; this is 1 miles from Six
I improved. This is one of
liable in price, too, considere
sold at only $4^ per acre.
; Mils; on Railroad an l public
ine stand for a*store. f> 1 150.
Durbs of Pickens; new 8-room
jhborhood. A most desirable
c?; as this is not going to stay
.b S t,K,
Pickens, S. C.
E TO TOWN? I
Ti ll farmer went lo market. fj
nu. no'.ne can telephone I ;
thus saved are worth the fi
c h:*ll System the service |
)or owns the instrument 0
;'*> TM.F.GRAPH Oh if jil 1\ j
; A fKANTA, c,t taVftajSpB* Id j
The Rev Stone
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(jinjni.'Vfc; . .? V:';) ?,.!.< <!.ffj ^'"Jr , ?
'Cfvii: \ i- " &: '
s tin- "stoiitj" tlint suppnrtn the entire
auporrtruoture. Tin* MKoy?ton?i" of this
is f iirpi ic?M, superior gooda, Ii' > on want
11 fhivvli'SH ilininond (Mtinr* luro and not
ii. 1'rociouH stums and omaiHcnlal jnw Irj
from hero is giiai ut<M-d hi^lu-Kt
I: I - Hn icier,
I<:nslo.y, M. (\
ioiEYS OsiNO Laxative
Ton $x?macm Trpwbi* ?nd. CfiMTlf ATion
1 mile <vf P
on 'Kftg|< y
In the buying of drugs and the
scriptions we use every precaution
and take particular pains' to use 01
This rule applies all through
must be right?every detail must bt
fore any article leaves our store.
In buying Hallum's Kidney Pi
dries, Toilet Articles and Preparatiot
Prescsiptions filled here, you know v
We closed the deal for 200 1
Hour before the advance and are go:
the benefit of the low price.
In fact when it conies to buying
we are in a position to sell' you on ;
sale and a short profit" is our motto
We have just received a shiprr
children's shoes in the most desirab]
If it is a hat that you are in n
.?r?? \\r~ u~..~ *? -i
yv?n wc nave jusi rctnvci!
good hat at from $1.25 up. We lu
the* ones wc are selling at $1.25 ,
GOOD VALUES. Come in and t
When you are in town pay u
wanting to buy or not we are alway:
Yours to serve.
W. B. Fre
"At the Old S
Remember we pay the higher
Cndn ronton n? Hilt!
Mill1 MCI III 1J11I
It's a mistake to suppose that tx
used for drinks put up by differen
^oods are identical, either in llaAor
drinks known as (iin^jer Ale, Lemc
Root Beer, Cream Soda, and othe
soft drink manufacturers, is no star
quality. One may be far superior
We know our drinks are equal in s
upon the market of today and lar b
to judge the merits of ilavors ?s I
testinir them, but bv mnldnor n.
n ' ~J '"f? " v"
Knowing that our fia-i'ors arc 11
invite comparison with others. W
can, without regard to standard of
we change a formula unless we find
We believe that all things bein
orders and correspondence and fii
QUALI'l Y is sure to win success
those fair-minded men who handle
licit patronage on that basis.
I R. L, O&yte Pr
road. \ N
i compounding of our pre. a
to get fresh pure drugs
lly that which'in ^allgd forour
; carefully gone over- -bells,
is, as well as having yo4^|
vhat you are getting.
PifikfiiiK. K. fL 11
carrels best (none b?|
ing to give our custoS
; everything in ou?
i close margin.
lent of mvn's ladte^^J
le shapes and leathers
eed of we can certainly do
a lot and can fit yon in a
ive them still cheaper but
;ake a look.
C O uWn
j U i.uii n in muiy oil zitts
3 ^lad to have you Visit us^graj
:cause the same namePH
t manufacturers that tne^
or strength. 1'he fact that
>n Sour, Strawberry, Peach,
r flavors, are pufup by all
idartl by which to jud^e
in every way to the others.^gd|
trength to the best plah<^^w?
etter than some. Thcyflj
Y tasting them, not^^
.wool and a yard
e make the best h|
a way to impro^fl
equal, (careful In
ir dealing with (fl
; not only for us
our goods also, afl