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Some Thigs You Kniow ad Some
You Don't Know About Our
A word to the wives is seldom
Ever notice what poor care 1
ther people takeof their health.
Avoid pushing to the front by
ing back on your county pa
People who like to quarrel
l do it in an effort to prove
that they never do.
Children are very indulgent to
believe in Santa Claus so as to
humor their parents.
When a woman has a good
complexion herself she knows
no one else's is genuine.
After January 1st, 1911, the
Pickens Oil Mill will- gin on,
'day's only. -Dec. 29tf.
-For land anywhere in Pick
ns county see or write J. R.
hmore. "The Land Man."
-A. A. Jones, Esq., who has
just recovered from a spell of tv
phoid fever, is in town today.
I have a stand of s iw-timber
that I want cut. If interested,
call on or write me at Pickens
R. 3. . M. J. Welborn.
I take this method of publicly
thanking the white friends and
patrons for their mo4t liberal
patronage given me during the
holidays. Andy Bowen.
-Dr. E. B. Webb, of Atlanta,
in Pickens this week. on bus
ess. His many friends are de
ghted to see him and hope that
ere long he will be a resident of
Rev. and Mrs. W. R. Lowder
ilk and children of Kernsville,
1. C., are visiting Mrs. L's pa
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W- 0. Rich
y near Easley and Mr. and
. . .Davis of Pickens,1
-Mrs. L. F. gnsong i
.~f~h~on'of Pickens, is
riously ill, but is very slightly
niproved at this writing. Her
.any friends hope that she may
n regain her wonted healthi
Strayed from my home at
Norris. S. C.. one black sow nig
bout i-weeks. Friends, please
otify me if you know thel
-hereabouts of such an estr-ay.
Wai- -' r-rs fo'r Cjabba~
ta .-Grown in the flids and
rost-Pi os-f. 1.000 crated 81.25:
,000 or more. .91 per thousand.
. . b. Yound Island. Ad
dress. Ernest M. DuPre .Co.
Columbia, S. C.
-Mr. Claude C. Allgood, son
f Capt. Wmn. B. Allgood was
appily married on the 28th of
cember, ult., to Miss Hattie
leo O'Dell, daughter of J. P.
'Dela of the Easley side. The
remony was performed in At
ta, Rev. Jones tying the knot
t his residence. It was a Gret
na Green affair, Miss O'Dell be
ing on a visit to the family of
her uncle, R. L Bryant, in At
lanta,.at the time. The happy
couple are at home and receiving
the congratulations of their
-Pickens has lost a good citi
zaen and an excellent family and
Easley has gained both. Dr. J.
L Bolt left Wednesday for the
latter place where he will prac-'
*ice his profession. The people
o~f Pickens generally, and more
especially those who have come
in contact with him in a profes
sional way are very sorry that
h: decided on this move but are
tr'uly hopeful that the change
'Ibe for the better. We com-j
id him. to the good people of .
.rssley as a good physician and
a high toned christian gentleman
he hi ays hiere with relativ
J A. Smith. photographer.
vill be in Pickens nn Monda .- a
)f each week instead of Sator
lays as heretofore. All w
rant first class work see him.
-Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bowen P
md children went to Atlanta S
5unday, Mr. Bowen ieturned s<
)m Tuesday while Mrs. Bowen C
ent on to Hartford Alabama
mid other points to visit rela- I
Most of our readers will enjoy
i good agricultural paper issued C
dong the proper lines. Such an
me is the Southern Ruralist, T
>ublished in Atlanta. For a
imited time we can offer you l
his splendid semi-monthly pa
)er in connection with the Sen- a
nel-Journal for only $1.25 a
ear. This offer is open for on
y a short time and limited to 0
ash-in-advance subscribers to
;he Sentinel-Journal. We can -
lso give you the Home and
Farm at the same price, or -the
hree papers for $1.50.
-A beautiful home wedding N
was solemnized in Pickens last t]
Thursday at 2 p. m.. when Miss b
Jessie Mae Parsons wae married j
to Mr. Amon P. Lawrence, Rev. h
D. W. Hiott officiating. The q
home of Mr. B. F. Parsons. fa- s
ther of the bride, was beautiful- a
lv decorated and the beautiful At
parlor was crowded with invited I
uests as to the strains of the o
weddi.ng march rendered by
Miss Willie Parsons. the brida f
party entered and assumed their t
obligations "until death do us t,
part." Many costly and hand-IV
some presents were given. -ic
iainty salad course was served.
A midst a shower of rice and 1
earing the congratulatious ofI t
heir many friends, the happy I
Toung couple boarded the after- p
2oon train for their new home r
it Central, where Mr. Lawrence[
s 'n the employ of the Southern c
-Mrs. C. E. Robinson and b
jiss Elinor Knight, delightfully a
tertained the United Daugh- n
;ers of the Confedera::Y at the fs
ioeof the former on last Fri- 0:
lay afternoon. Each guest was
uested to write new year reso
utions, also the ones broken in I'
he past year. these were collect- V
d and read by Miss Eva Earle, 2
hey brought forth much mer- d
iment on account of their r1
ior and originality, the -A
rize, a beautiful caLlndar was
iwarded Mrs. WV. H. Johnson, n
ers being decided as the biest
td most unique. The greaitest (
eature of thle afternoon w.as bi
he song '-Dixie," played and t'
a:ug by Mr's. Dr. George Robin- t
on of Liberty, it was indeed a ?
~rat to hear~ this lady over
whos3 head seventy summers r
dare ?>assed sing in her clear a
sweet voice the old time war
~ong so clearly loved and still I
bonored by our dear old South- t
land. The guests were then ~
invited inig the dining room.
where delightful refreshments C
were served by Misses Ora Mc- ~
Fall and Ev.a Earle, place cards ~
were used and at each plate was C
a dainty souvenir of pearly S
mistletoe tied with red ribbon, ~
carrying out the U. D. C. colors, ~
red and white. The house was
beautifully decorated with the ~
seasons colors as well as the U. ~
D. . Those present were Mrs. ~
T. R. Allen, Mrs. W. H. John- ~
son, Mrs. A. M. Morris, Mrs. W.
T. McFall, Mrs. W. E. Findley,
Mrs. T. J. Mauldin, Mrs. I. M.
Mauldin, Mrs. James E. Cox r
and Mrs George Robinson of 3
Liberty, Misses -Ora McFall. ~
Eva Earle, Marie Folger Lucia i
Folger, Elinor Knight and t
Liberty, R. 3.]
Dear Editor:-Will you please y
allow me space in your paperji
to give the good old Sentinel a
few dots. I]
Mr. John Clardy, and Miss
Linda Stewart, and also Mr E
hristmas tree, at Liertvy.
hristnias-eve night. sand had
n injoyable time sure'
Mr. Jay Stans-1ll. who has
een in Mont;ina for ihree years
is returned to his home in
ickens. Also Mr. Overton
tansell who has been spending
)metime in Hendersonvile, N.
Mr. Johg Clardy and Miss
,inda Stewart were happily
iarried at the residence of Mr.
'up Hester on the 26 ult. We
>ngratulate Mr. John for, win
ing such a nice and charming ]
oung lady for his bride, we
rish them a most happy and
rosperous journey - through
fe. May their lives be long
nd happy and their sorrows be
ut few, may their joys be as
iany as there are shining drops
F dew, good by.
Death of Mrs W M Ferguson
The many friends of Mrs. C.
L. Ferguson, relict of the late
V. M. Ferguson,' formerly- of I
is county, died at the home of
er only living daughter, Mrs.
L. Lewis, in Sapulpa, Okla
oma, on December 18th 1910.
he had been very feeble for
Dme time but only seriously ill
b:,ut three, weeks. The imme
iate cause of her demise was
neumionlia. She was 67 years
hd. and a consistent christian.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson and
amily left South Carolina. about
enty-one years ago. movin
> Barton county. Kansas, from
hich place they moved to La
ledo countN, Missouri, where
V. M. Ferguson died Sept. 20th
904. Mrs. Ferguson then went
) live with her daughter, Mrs.
,ewis. who later moved to Sa
ulpa, Okla., where they now
She was the mother of two
hildren-Effie and Deanie. the
itter, who married a Shuey,
aving died a number of years
go. Mrs. Ferguson leaves to
iourn her loss a daughter and
Lx grand children, besides a host
E relatives and friends.
A Beautiful Home Wedding. I
At the residence of Mr. and
[rs. E. L. Jones, near Dacus
ille, on Wednesday December,
1st at 3:30 p. m. their eldest
aughter, Miss Essie was niar
ed to Mr. B. D. Lathem of the
[ount Carmel section. Rev. B.
.Grandy performing the cure
The parlor was beautifully
ecorated with flowers when the
ride and( grcoom entered and
ok their position under a pret
r Roman arch of white and
:en to the tune of Medelsohin's
Veding March beautifully
endered by the bi'de's sister,
The bride was attired in a'
vey white silk gown with
rimiing to match. Immedi
ely after the ceremony the di
ing room doors w.?re throtvir
pen and refreshments were
erved. Such as satisfies the
aner man. After a few minutes
f pleasant greeting and as the
un was sinking in the Western'
orizon, the invited guests be
:an to depart, carrying with
hem a happy recollection of a
eautiful home wedding. The
rany friends and acquaintan
es of the happy couple wish,for
hem much joy.
North -Pickens Appointments.
The following are the appoint
aents of Rev. E. L. Thomason,
astor of the North Pickens cir
nit for the Year of our Lord,
911. Let everybody encourage
he pieacher by keeping his ap
ointments in mind and giving
tim good congregations:
orter's Chapel 1st Sun. 11a. m.
iriendship 1st Sun. 3 p. m.
ethel 2d Sun. 11 a. m.
iew Hope 2d Sun. 3 p. m..
[cKinnie's Chapel 2d Sun 1
talam 4th Snn. 11 a. m
TANUARY SPECIAL PRI
Read them all, Something in there for you and cheap
:han you sill be able to get it again.
Flour is advancing in price rapidly, and you had better.
ay in a supply for you certainly will have to pay more later.
3est patent $5.40 per barrel guaranteed to give satistaction
Sugar Now is the time to get it while I am selling it. at
8 pounds for one dollar.
Meal, Something that you have got to have, only Soc-per.
Karo Syrup, lhat sweet stuff that we all need. Only 4oc
per gallon. All other groceries at prices in proportion. -You
.ad better see me before buying your Groceries. I can save
you money on them.
DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS AT A SACRIFICE.
Men's $I-5o hats at $1.20; $1.25 hats at 95c.
Men's one dollar dress shirts, 85c; Men's 50c shirts 45c.
Men's overall coats, the one dollar kind for 85c; the 5oc
kind for 38c.
$12.50 suits of clothes for $io; $io suit for $8; $7 suits
55.5o; Boy's Suits, $3-50 for $2.50; $2.50 suits for $2; $1 suits
For $3.75. Men's overcoats, the five dollar kind for 4.25; the
six dollar kind for 5,25. Men's Shoes, the 3 50 kind for 3.00.
I have shoes for men, boys, women, and children. Come,
nd let me fit you up and the price will be so cheap that you
Trunks, trunks, Everybody needs one. The five dollar
For 3.50; the 4-5o; kind for 3-75; the 4.00 kind 3 25; the 3-.co
kind for 2.25; the 2.oo kind for i.o. I also have some suit
:ases at a burgain.
COME TO SEE ME for anything y'ou want--I have it
For you and can give you a bargain in it.
Do not forget the special January Prices.
Thanking you for past patronage and wishing .you all a
appy and prosperous New Year.
SPNIoTo Ns 00. Bo
Test Dr. Hess'
Did you know that you coul feed Dr. Hess Pnultry Pan
a-ce-a the balance of the Wmnter, all spring, in fact untin tbe
first day of August, then if you are not satisfied that it has paid
and paid big,
Ii is to make you r hens lay, to miake your chicks grow fast,
healthy and strongr, to cur gapes. ch'oera and roup.
O.f course you are expected to keep yuor pouitay free from
lice and for that purpose we knoiw of nothing better than
instant Louse Killer.
Let us have your' order nlow
H. A Richey & Son.
C. L. HESTER
. PROPRI ET OR OF -
Pickens Do01 Daror
ickens 001o I arlOr
Everything for that Cake
ndies Cnnned Goods. Nicnacs.
B. B. B. etel
into a el health
the skin the rich. red
health. B. B. B. cures
cases. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BAL
pleasant and safe tae; com
Botanic ingredients. It purifies and
the blood. B. B. B. strengthens the
and builds up the broken down system.
g &stsi.00 PER LARGE BOTTLE with .
tions for homecure.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
I Office of County Treasurer, Pickens County.
Pickens, S. C., September 30th 1910.
The books for the collection of State and
1 Couney taxes will be open from
October 15th 1910 to December 31st 1910.
Those who prefer to do so can pay in Janua
ry 1911, with I per cent additional. Those
who prefer paying in February 1911, can
do so with 2 per cent additional. Those who
prefer paying in March 1911, to the I5th of said
month, can do ny paying an additional 7 per
cent. After said date the books will close
N. 1.-Tax payers owning property or payin,
tax for others, will please s-.sk fo : tax receipt
in each township or special school district in
which he or they may own prorerty. This is
very important as there are so mF1V special
school districts. Those who do not wish to
come to the office can %%- ite me, not :rtcr tiban
D'ccmber 20th, a:d will furnish them vwith
thic ai:.ount <uue and they can remit me by
cheek, money order or re~gistered letter, If
stamns art i end otent do !:'l alsove two (2)
cent. as 1 ca'nno use them. 'eiase do not
send ine cash witholut re isterint ne. as it is
liabe tog"et lost: if Se?: othjerwie it iioust be
at sender's risk.
Levy for State tax ...... ..... ........5 Mills
Levy for Constitutional School ta ill
Levy for Ordinary County tax. mille
Levy for skint Fund . mills
Levy for Vast Ideteu ............ mill
Levy for Chain Ganr... ..... ........';. mill
Levy for State Coistais. . . ......
Tewl( 1,4 mills
Special Levy for Schoi D Istric t No. 1, -2 milis
Special Levy for School lu-trict No. 2,...2 milis
Special Levy for School Dbtrict No..2 mills
Special Levy for Schoo! Wstrict No. 4....2 raills
Special Levy for Svhool Iistrict No. 5.,..2 mills
Special Lev) for School I k strict No. F,. ..2 mills
Special . evy for School Tistrict No. 9.. 10 mIlls
Special Le'y for School District No. it,. 1 mills
Special Levy for School listrict No. 11.7 I ls
special Levv for School lilstrict No. 13... 6 milis
Special Levy for School District No. ;-. ..4 mills
pecial Levy for School Distriet No. 1G...2 mills
Speciai Lcvy for Senhol District No. 17 ..4 nils
Special Levy for School District No. 18. 2 mills
Seiia Levy for School District No. 19, 2mills
SI)O/ntl Ievy for t.bJool 1I:riet No. ?... mills
Speil Levy Or School lyistrict No.23.2 mills
speel I ey for Senoei i~strist No. 24. 2q mills
S ecin Lev rrschiool DistriL .o.2 mills
Spci evy for School District No. 27...2 mills
spocial Levy for Sctool listrict No. 2) 3 mills
Special Levy for School lNirtrict No. 31. 15n.ills
Speciel l.evy fyr schoo: I istrie No,.:3. 4 mills
Special Levy for suhool inrict. .o. 38. 2 mills
Special Levy for sohool District No 41, 3 mills
Speeial Levy for School District No. 4...2 mills
Specirl Levy for Seho l l trie i 7o. 49...2 mills
Spccial Lev~y for School lDistrict No. 52. 11 mills
S;."-a Levyror scw-Dsfire""I 3 mills
ILovg for interest on P'iel'ens R. P. to nos
huriinalue twnflirD.. . ...
ILory for itieres;t on P'k*.ens R. R. Ilonds
anistaOeCC t~ownsei;...,..... . ...... mills
faav? for interest on P'hc'ens n. 1-. ionds
P'ickenms C. II. townudIir..... ....... 2 mills
Poll Tay. O(.e fi, ;)lIlar. I-:very male citizen
from 21 to- to i- ye-: s 'i&' cn. exemp't f:onfeder
ate soldier:.. -.A o r& et pinity after 53J ye'ars, anel
those exen" set yi:w
tioiininnuttion load Ta. 'iM . ! .onis
desiring to ;vny this ta' fr-r 19:- I acu f five
days work oni the roid, enn ..n ,o I e 'e .iarch 4
and 50 years a e :.6i0 for this tax' e..'et those
exeusedI . yhAw
do,,gs arc req1uie t.' p, ' n rf tiy V :M eeuta
onl cheh dnln:. Ret .1 (etiullyn,
SELECT YOUR GIFTS.
from our beautiful showing
of Jewelry, and you will
find that they will be thor
oughly appreciated. Our
displays are so well chosen
that they can be readily
termed "Gifts that Charm."
WATCHES AND TOILET.
A6RTICLES, CLOCKS AND.
are well shown here for
your delight, as well as other.
gifts innumerable. Something
for every member of the family.
Easley. ~ ta. C
Notice of Final Settlement and
NOTICE te hereby given that 1 will
make application to J. B. Newberry
Esq , Judge of Probate of Pickens coun-.
ty, in the State of South Carolina, on
the 12 day of Jan. 1911, 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, or aii soon thereafter- as
said application can be heurd, for leave
to make~ final settlement of the estate oif
Mrs. F.A.E. Kirksey deceased,and'obtalin
discharge se administrator otfnid estate.
* ~ J. R., Kirksey.