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PI KENS SENTINEL JOURNAL
Eastered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. 0. al socond clams ast snatter, utander act ofCosigress of Marcia 3. 1879
40th Year PICKENS, S. C.. MAR. 9, 1911. Number 4!
1 ~ 0 F'er*v ltilizers Who would
ve11 e considerations. This was
. ety-seven years ago and th
y;the result has been that it r,
V-ac*,tories to supply thedemand for Roys
F. S. ROYSTER GUANO COMPAN
FACTORIES AND S.LES' OFFICES.
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SUPREME" and BL
You can't always tell what a fertilizer is by lot
mechanical condition and may have every earmark
want, but there are other considerations that are ra
should know when he is buying plant food for his <
He should know from what source his ammon
can depend upon it to feed his crop constantly an
By no surer way can he guarantee himself full
by the use of our excellently prepared Blood, Bone and Tankag
They are in absolutely fine and dry mechanical condition, thus i
bution and uniformi feeding of every plant. They do not contal
ing substance but the most scientifically prepared animal matter.
packing plants which insures quick and constant action thrloi
seasons alike.. They prevent shedding and keep the stalk healt
J WHedriks Pikes, .;TNTA GA.Jua
O'el LbryuS can' aays l whaawa Metiierchabl
mech9 6 aialcodiio and ay aeryrar
told youtt theree are o cosdtons corn, wheat,
fi-itfritreshoeauld kn whane hand tuin crplatfo or great
lyinres anHoe tshudko romud busoucamo
andwhichtepouguthenbet tofd ist crop rotanlyrs
yourelftryhes nesrtier wande the garae iself yieldl
byth y us ofarm eclenlrprdloBneadTna
-TWey hae any soluyfiand dry mcanicalfornetters, thus iar
mrblsing unior feen oughyat.IRGIeA-CAoLIcNA
pacInLaERswic Mansurtese uick and cosati in th rer
eason aike, hica prev shdding from keep hesalk
fonGbtervtoe wemhavrie them beiear fn erii
FOLGR. TORNLY & O.. R PSAn . BY
is is his idea
ter Fer zcr,
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>king at it. It may be in good
of being just the thing you
ore important that the farmer
ia is derived and whether he
i continuously till maturity.
protection in' this way- than
e fertilizers on all his crops.
nsuring free and event distri
n one ounce of any ammoniat
from our six large
igh wet and dry
hy and vigorous.
3rands have been
ers. Call on yor
ink of them.
n, Easleyr, S. C.; WV. C.
luise Co., Cenitr'al, S. C.
SIMMONS LIVER REOULATOR
The court of Common Pleas
and General Sessions ended Fri
day afternoon, after (a hard
week's work by the lawyers and
Several cases were continued
for various reasons.
Bills of indictment were drawn
by the solicitor and handed to
the grand jury, who acted upon
them as follows:
The State against Henry
Boggs; murder; true bill; son
tenced to 5 years on the public
works of the county, or to serve
a like sentence in the state pen
Jere Reid; murder; not arrest
ed, still at large.
Wm. R. Ellis; murder: true
bill; not guilty.
L. A.. Whitlbck; disposing of
crop under mortgage; settled by
payment of costs.
Thos. Jackson;- violation of
the dispensary law; true bill.
George Powell: same charge;
true bill: sentenced to pay a fine
of $100, or serve 3 months on
M. M. Cook;. same offense:
W. F. Tompkins and Dave
Hunter; violation of dispensary
law: true bill..
W. L. Manley; obtaining
goods under false pretense; trie
oill; guilty; verdict set aside.
W. L. Manley, charged with
injury to jail and with escaping
from jail; true bill; guilty; sen
tenced to 18, months in the pen
Oscar Bates; highway rob
bery; true bill. -
Wash. Childress; reftfsing to
support wife; true- bill; not
Steve Robinson, Elie long and
Jess Robinson; lareeny from the
person; true bill;- not guilty as
to Steve Robinson and Long.
Olin Fletcher; murder; true
bill; case continued.
Andy Terrell; violation of the
dispensary law; true bill.
Andy Terrell;: same charge;
Walter Young- same charge;
J. P. O'Dell,. misdemenor; ap
peal from mnagiistrate's court;
During the first two days of
the week Clemson had as her
guest Mr.. Bradlford Knapp and
his farm demonstration agents,
of the Piedmont section of South
Carolina. Twend1ty-five of the
agents wvere present, and all
were entertained in the barracks
Mr. Knapp, Dr. Knapp's son,
responded to a short address of
welcome by Acting President
Riggs, and insisted that his men
should recognize that the Agi
cultural College is to the demon
stration agents what an imple
ment factory is to the farmer.
The Agricultural College must
furnish the necessary inlforma
tion which.the agents dissemi
nate. His remarks along this
line were well received, and the
spirit of co-operation was mani
fested by hearty, approving res
olutions. Various topics of agri
cultural interest were discussed
by members of the faculty be
fore the demonstration agents.
Mr. J. M. Casque, wvho for a
number of years has held the
position of assistant to the com
mandant, has resigned. It is
not known as yet who wvill take
One of the most attractive
plays of this season's lyceum
course was given on the evening
of the 25th ult. The entertain
ment was a costume play of
"Rip Van Winkle," In four acts.
Another attractioa of great note
was the entertainmen t given by
the "Festival Quartette" on the
1st inst. This quartette is com
posed of four of the greatest
singers on the stage, and we
were very fortunate in getting
then to Come to Clem son.
Dr. W. B. Weatherford, inter,
national student, secretary of
the Y. M, C. A., is conducting
a series of meetings here. Dr.
Weatherford is known through
out the South as an eloquent
and forceful speaker. His wide
experience with college men
gives him a keen insight into
their lives. His able and help
ful lectures have been well at
tended by the students. On
Friday evening he delivered an
address on "The Freedom, of:
Baseball and track practice
are now in progress at Clemson.
Coach Dobson says deep downi
in his sleeves that Clemson-is
going to play her ball this season .
Stub Stephens, the Southern
vaulting champion, has 'already
vaulted 11 feet. It seems that
he is going to throw sand in the
world's champion's record this.
season. Among the star- run
ners is W. C. Garrett, a well
known Pickens county boy, and
a Senior here at Clemson.
The people of Pickens will be
glad to learn that Prof. Andrew
Bramlette, one of the professors
of mathematics at Clemson, is
once more able to be at his post
of duty., after quite. a long siege
of illness. Prof. Bramlotte be
lieves his health is now going to
permit him to stay with hib.
work. B. G. F.
Marietta. R,. 2,.
Mr. W. MeJunkin visited, his
best girl Sunday afternoon.
Miss Minnie McJunkin visited
Miss Ida Phillips,. and the-y ex
tended the visit to Miss Leila
Jones. They all indulged in a
ride, and report a, joyful, t~nio
Miss Lillie Lynch,. accom pan
ied by her brother Dell, visited
Mr. Robert McJ-unkin,, of Dacus
ville, last week.
Mrs. Cappell, of Dacusville,
visited her gran(lson and wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Cappell,
one day last week. The old lady
says she greatly enjoyed her
visit, and intends to soon call
Mrs. Jessie Hlendrix visitj
Mrs. H-. L,. Jones, Monday afty
Mrs Johnnie Cappel 1 visitl
her mother, Mrs. Daniel McJun
kin, one (day this week.
Messrs, Hal bert Jones and1
Jesse Hendrix visited Mr. John
Phillips last Sunday.
Mr. John Phillips has put up
a nice dogwood and persimmon
mill on Mr. Mathewv Rigdon's
The Sunday school at Oolenoy
is progressing nicely, with Mr'.
A. M. Simmons as superin
The Ambler school closed last
Friday. The scholars shut the
teacher out until very late, and
heartily enjoyed themselves.
Th len they let the teacher in,
and the candy making was en)
joyed by all. TIhere were a few
visitors. The scholars regretted
to part from their school and
their teachcr, Mr. Thos. Ander
Mrs. Mary Hendrix visited
Mrs. M. 11. Jones one day last
Mrs. Geo. Williams visited
her mother, Mrs. Evalino Chap
Miss Leila Jones visited hei
brother' Halbert last week.
Messrs. Ier and Elbert Mc.
Junkin attended services at Mt.
-Tabor church Sunda
Messrs.. Thomas Hughes and
Alonzo Smith spent Sunday
afternoon- with Miss Cl6e Wil.
Mrs. Sank Hendrix was a
recent visitor to Mrs. W. M.
M1% Sank Hendrix gave the
youngsters a party last Friday
night, which was greatly en
joyed- by a&Ii present.
Mr. Judge Clark called on
Miss.Bertha Heaton, Sunday.
Mr. Dolly Holder visited Mr.
W. M. Jones one day last week.
Miss Lella Jones visited Miss
Allie Cappell, Sunday.
Law and Order League. Organization.
Pursuant to the call of Rev.
A.. H.. Best, which had beerr
published in the county papers,
all' good people who were in
sympathy with and lovers of
law and order, met at the court
house, Tuesday, for the pro
mulgation of a Law and Order
League in this county.
Ion.. Laban Mauldin was
called to the chair, and after
stating the object of the call,
Rev. J. L. Harley addressed the
meeting and stated the object of
the League, which was to co
operate with the officers in the
suppressinn of all' crime, but
more esl)ecially to help and assist
the oflicers in suppresing the
illegal liquor traffic. In the
course of his remarks Rev. Har
lky stated that he had a list of
every man in South Carolina
who: held a United States license
for selling liquor; that outOf -
the list of something over 700,
,400 were iu the city of Charles
ton, and two in this county, and
they were inlEasley.
After a thorough discussion of
the question, the body resolved
itself into the "Law and Order
League of Pickens County."
Article 2 of 'their constitution
says: "The object of this-.
League is the suppression of tho
boot-legger and joint-keeper,
and all violators of the prohibi
tion laws of our state, and the
suppression of all other crimes,"
etc. "To this end we invite-the.
alliance of all good citizens in
harmony with this object, and
the League pledges to avoid
affiliation with any political
party as such, and to maintain
an attitue of neutrality upon
qluestions of pub~lic policy not
directly concerned or in harmony
(1'\the purposes and interests
ra tter perfecting the. organi
tion, the following officers were
President-Rev'. A. H. Best.
Vice-Presidlent-C(. E. Robin
Executive Committee-B. J.,
Johnston, R~ev. J. C. Bailey, RI.
A. Bowen, G. M. Lynch, J. T.~
Membership Committee -Jno.
Roper, H. M. Hester and R. T.
Finance Committee-Dr. J. 0.
Walker, J. C. Garrett and F. E.
A meeting of the league will
be held on the fourth Sunday
evening, immediately after the
talk by Rev. J. L. Harley, and
all persons wishing to identify
themselves with this movement
wvilt be0 given the opportunity to
(10 so at that time.
Easley, S. C., 8 March 1911.
Tlhose still owing me and really
wishing to pay on their ac
conswill find my books still
at the Keowee Pharmacy and
will be receipted for whatever
amount they pay, 'I thank
'those who have olready paid up,
J. L4 Bolt,. I)n