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Pickens Senuinel-Journel
Xdvortlieg Rotes Reasonable
Subscripflon Price One Dollar a Year c
In Advance.
--,a
0 , o, .s Ptetenn Pustomce as second Clas
Mali Matter
P ICKENS, I. .:
THURSDAY. JULY 6 1911. n,
c
Contest Closed.
On Saturday night. July 1st, e
the Sentinel-Journal's contest it
closed at 10 o'clock, as adver- r<
tised. The box was sealed in k
the presence of witnesses and J
delivered to a representative of Iy
the committee and deposited in M
the vault of the Keowee Bank "
until the time for counting the el
same arrived.
The committee handled the B
count with promptness and dis- a
patch, and they have our sincere
thanks for the kindness ren- a
dered us. ti
All of the contestants made g
some gains, and it was a hot
race to the finish. We are un- t<
der imaniy obligations to theni s
for the inlelatigable work they n1
perftiorm 1ed, anl 0our regret is t<
that, we. are niot finllciilly able I
4o give eacl yolig lady a piano y
and eacl -eitlelliall a stalk- Il
Cutter tl
The vote stool as fllows, as t]
found anl inl rlepoted by the coni
mitte. As they usel ani auililg '
match(,Iine tihis report inn1st, he ib
solitely correct:
CONT1E.s'TAN TS FOR P'IAN(). v
NORIUS:
liss (it'in Shf-riff
PICKENS, Houte 4.
Miss Evla 'wer U
DANCU1111-',L'Tken,~ 369,5u
PI CK ENS:
Mliss A l L1nnie II0rd I0Z!
aiet Pearla oleite.
Miss Josie Mhaddain 1 ,676
M is T Bates r .6xi
DACUSV1Le I
iss Lillie Sv'
MI iros ItIT., Marietta, Rue2
. r--1.ia Jonlem-.2
PICK ENS. It. 5.
ra Prter.,, 103,2675
MissNin Grifin1'0.725
JEASE, I. 1.
PICKIENS, It. 1.
Gracia Porter 1115.100
Mi3. F.n F rifan 101,75
F.e mithoo 474,475
PIGKENS, 1 .
J. IB. Fidle 1,119100
PICK ENs, It 4.
A . . llgood~ 1.8575
Bi. F. F ireea 0,7
W. W. Man idie 93,2:50
F. R. MonS 1I5, 75
PiCKENS, R 6.
W. P. Aliene 9387.5
Edbt CGrtif 17225
A.BL.Y. It1 7,8.
M. M. O'>eler 105,725
WJ. B, Banttl 98.050
PACKEAs, R 6.
.1. L. O'Dgell 105725
M4URPH REE.
J L T1'..mais 1013,025
EASLEY IR I
J Bird Looper 1. '9,375
DACUSYI LLE
J. H. hlughes 7,2
COLLEGE0OF HARLESTON
127th Year begins September 29
Ennani mce examninaition at al.l~~ he<'oun..
ty-eson Friday, J uly 7, at liii. mi.
The- College is well endowe.n
ab'inig it .0 o mamt iin the highest stai
ards.
Ii offers compleIte 4-Yeair mourses mi
Ancient at~ml Modelrn l1,anguaiges, 1 ~ lte.
miatcs, Hi istot y. Econoie is, Science,
and Enigineeing.
Courses for II. A., II. S., and Ii. .
degree wiath Engineering.
A free tuition schliarship to each
County of South Carolina. Vacant
Boyce scholarships, giving $100 a year
and free tuition, open to competiive
examination in September,
Expenses reasonable. Terms and
catalogue on application. Wrnte to
H ARRISON R ANDOLPH, Pres.
Charleston, 8. 0.
Marietta, R. 2.
On the night of the 2bth ult.
te storehouse of Dr. John M.
renshaw was broken into, and
far as could be ascertained
thing of very great value was
Lken therefrom.
A. M. Simmons, one of our
kost progressive farmers, had
>tton blooms on the 28th ult.
What has become of our
>unty supervisor? The roads
i our section are getting pretty
>ugh,aid especially the Pump
intown and Easley road from
. A. Hendricks' to the Whit
tire branch across by Table
ountain it will require the
gang" to place it in good trav
ing' condition. Hope the su
arv'sor will instruct Com'r
agwell to look after same right
way.
Born, on the 3d inst., to Mr.
ind Mrs. Robert Nimmons, of
1e Mount Tabor section, a fine
irl.
We had a most enjoyable en
rtainment at our new high
1hool building on Saturday
ight., 2d inst., to raise funds
> purcihase school supplies.
I rs. J. 1. lleece, wife of. the
ror'ssor, at the lml 101, Sure lid
nike a mostt brilliant success- of
I aTair. The n 'n.din" of all
Ie vrIioniOs dialogues was sim
Ily suiperb, and very impressive.
'lhe rapid trailing Mrs. J. 1.
ave them showed inarked tal
lit and executive ability in a
1rY hir lge degree. I' (-lr. boys
nld girls w\oul arouse them11
1lves to a highder trailinti. tind
ilii ly aply thlemselves,t ley
conhIl shake~ the ~'vrv'ona
ioln of tle (duIcatioitI y
uon11 tlwhe re g
:I n de ontvirtain
lent. werei 14"a1 -( an Crer
:viti, Ilo 'ianenshaw, ad
latzer Rdolph an11d Prue Hen
1ricks, Lawrence and A' (".
jutherland. Aniong the voing
ladies were Misses Sallie and
Laura Rigdon, Irene and Erma
Hendricks, Elizabeth and Pearl
Sutherland, Nora Williams and
lone Hendricks. In my judeg
ment it would not oe out of place
right here to state that if our
school w'as able to secure the
services of Prof. J. I. Reece, who
is a graduate of Harvard Col
lege, and his talented wife, who
has had several years' experi.
ence as teacher in a college in
North Carolina, we could show
you sonie well-trained young
men and women in our district.
Mrs. J. E Rtite joined her hus
band Monday, who has taken
charge of a big school in Ala.
bama. We wvish them success
in their newv field of labor.
Well, we held our election on
Saturday, '24th tilt., on a 4-mill
levy, and the nays beat the yeas
by only one vote. Sorry the
yeas didi not sulcceed, butt such
was the result of a strictly fait
election, and the nays have it.
This is the first of the schoolas.
tic year, and your corre&spOnident
would like to knowv when wt
can come again with anothei
election. LOOKERION.
Liberty, H. 4.
Miss Flora Connel ly viite
Miss M attie Brown Sndayfl af
ternoon. The girls report a
jolly old time.
Miss Lena, Brown was the
guest of Miss Essie Bagwell.
Sunday afterno)on.
Mr . Leonard( J one4s anud his
sister. Miss Bessie, attendedi th(
all-day singing at Secona lasi
Sunday.
Mr. Fletcher Stewvart vliited'
Mr'. Ad. B~agwell. Sunday, and
it got's without saying that they
had a high old time.
Mr, and Mrs. WV. .R. B~agwell
visited( Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Mor
gan, Sunday,
lFarmers o)f this se2ctionl are
progressing nicely wvith theii
"THE TOWN BAN~D'
WANTED
Country produce.
Chickens.
Eggs,
Corn.
Hams,
Lard
Anything you h1ave to sell that we
an handle, will allow you top o' the
narket for. cash or barter.
Want you to get our prices before you
uy your goods. If we can't aave 3 ou
noney no one can.
If you didn't raise any wheat we want
;o figu e with you on your flour bills.
'o use to tell you what "Capitola" is.
Sverybody knows it is par excellence
Alsa White Roll-as good as the best.
Get one of our indestructible ame
less Horse collars-guaranteed to cure
-ore shoulders.
Got plenty of Bran, Oats. Corn, (-iops,
ind feed stuff. Full line of lubricar'it g
Ak-114 vaLM1 imythert thliingsA you mil gl t
r 1.1 01,r -- _ , Y g~ly 4 I r/ I oill
Spk r 1oli,
A '. , . 1 iholin imy of thA. r1I li.n.m -
ingu i brs vill plem e; t e I-1 1d get the
preuu minio th.y ly l fr-a / 11) goot the
.. E. l(u,* . '2 i Ii) .
BOGGS & FINDLEY
Lawyers
Pickens, S. (.
. lltite over 'j iieens ba k.
4Ntf.
CLEMSON AG It . U A U IA 1
1', rceI see-i t (), 7-r 741- Valitu of r ' a v- 3
(o e.s a Mit i,. asses a O sret-N se4
Te6c1e. a, 0ti h Oth e-s.
Seven full four . ears courses in Agri
culture, engineering, etc.
Cost per session of nine months in
cluding all fees, board, heat, light, laun
dry, and rnecessary uniforms-$121.87.
Students who are financially able, pay3
$40.3-0 tuitIon adlditional
SCHOLASHIP AND ENTRANCE
EX \MINA TIONS
The College maintains 124 Agricul
tural Scholarships. and 43 Textile Schol
arathips. worth each $100).Q0 and. fret
tur, ion.
(Students who have attended il
sona College or any other Collegei or Uni
gersity, are r. eligih'.e for the scholar
soips unless there are no other ehigih
applicants)
'cholar'ship aind entrance examintioni
will ho he*ld at the County' Seats, Ju!)
14th. 9 a. im.
NEXT SESSION OPENS.
SEPT. 13, 1911.
Write AT ONCE t.) W. M. Riggs
President, Cleamo O College, S. C.. fo:
catalog. schoi~larshiip bla .ks, etc. If yor
delay. youii may tbe crowded out..
Liberty Circiait Appointments.
Liberty: 4th Sundety 11 a. mn
and 1st Stmday night 7:30 p. m
Ruhamah: 1st Sunday morn
ing 11 a. mn.
Bethlehem: '2d Sunday 11 a
mn. and 4th Sunday afternoon.
Gap Hill: 3d Sunday 11 a. mn
Fairview, 3d Sunday after
noon.
Twelve Mile: 2d Sunday af
ternoon.
Secret Order. Meetings.
Masonic- A. F. & A. M. mneet
Saturday nights on or beOfort
the full moon
Chapter-R. A. M. meets Fri
day nights on or after the fuil
moon.
K. of P.-Meets ever'y Mon
(lay night after the fi'st an<
third Sundays.
WV. 0. W.-Meets every firs1
and third Tuesdlay nights.
City Council mecets Tuesday
nights after first Mondlays.
Street Tax Due.
A fte? the 20th inst., a penalty
of 50 or cent. wvill be added or
all 10 have not paid theoi
streo tax by that date.
S. B. CRAmo, Mayor.
XX. F. MAULDIN, Clerk.
P ,ken, A, 0. Jnly C. 1
Botanic
Blood Balm ,
(D. B. B.) Cures Through the Blood
Blood Polson,
BONE PAINS, CAN
CER,SCALY SKIN,
PIMPLES,
Rheumatism, Bezemas
Itching Humors.
'.,v li., ..1 9 .i.- lv thur kills the p -il
in I ' I.. '1 1l nnd11( then putrifi it-s -
inig a flood of piure, rich hlood direct to
bop skin surface. hones. joints and
wherever th. dimwia is lo-ited. In this
way all sores. ulcers. pimples. eruptions
%re healed and cured. pains and aches
oif theumantism cease, swellings subside.
B. It. B. compiletely changes the body
into a elptnn healthy condition, giving
II tiskin the rich. red hue of perfect
helith. B. It. B. cures the worst old
cases. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOODAMBLM-B 88
plealsint liutt sarct i tatke; colposett of pure
IAlitnhi l redtients. It puarifies awtl eniriihes
the luie. 1 j. 1t. . It. rti w s thev nerves
11n11 hbi s u: t- rk (1ownt Nystin1 Drug.
wk n t .. ,'s: % -' : - V 1. Wil h eitre.-.
t nity. f661 hon i'i-ire.
d4-1 at All Drug Stort-;
19......... .. . F.
E, AI \' I
ew "RckHil"Lihls
Run, Mot yis
An
N Durale o
Q~ew styiehSeat
Ru-ig M Eeyfaueotg Styshke
atns, Surae Runosf
samed Hig Quaisty.eSinls
qOureguarantee Soprotecion
Psoes Caedod WimFay .
Rock HiUh Quality Caoa
metouf gurae.1e you Tocton.
Agnt entT inomind and ivn
Nort' Chapenst pun.n11a.m.
Frenshi 1st Sn. I . hma.
1B1t.het. Sun. 11)OI a. m. i
pNw Hoet idn . 3lii p. m.i
McP innir's Chapel st Sun 11. i
a. m.
Salem 4th Sun. 11 a. mn.
PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
FOR
CLOTHING1
FOR
THE BEST
HATS
FOR
THE BEST
FUNSI
-SEE
Smith
AND
Bristow
Greenville, S. C.
Strictly one price
ii Yolul Money Back if You are
* FILETIC CUT CLOTHES"
SKHDREYFUSIC cOi }(SQ ~
4 7KAHN' DF-5CU CM~E o Satisfied,
NE W YORK
F1, TAT KEG (1F.
THE DRINK THAT REACHES T E SPOT
ickens Bottling orks,
R.L. Davis .Proprieto-ri~
The A dvantage of Having Your Side
Dressing in the Ground now is this:
Suppose you get a light shower, by the time you can haul your
fertilizer home and put it in the ground, the effects of the
shower is ov-:r, but if you have your side dressing in ti e
ground when the shower comes, it sets to work at Cwge, bert=
6ting your cr';ps, and you can see the benefit in twenty four
hours. In th se unusual seasons, it stands a farmer wvell
in hand to be reinly when the showers and rains come. They
aire coing t com'e sometime, and it is well to be ready. Side
dr.i' e you better than any fertilizer put ini the ground.
It i- no t .. gjiesnion Of whether you can aflord it, because you
e-' b ek mn cpsso much more than you spend for side dress
ing. The question is can you afford not to side dress. We -
a1re ready to deliver the goods; they are the best put in sacks,
and made especially for sidedressing.
Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co,
ANDERSON, S. C.
Jd. R. YANDIVER, Pres. D. 8. YANDiVER, Mgr.
A.K. PARK4
Pendleton St. Greenville.
Our house is nowv full of
New Crisp Spring Goods,
Ranging from a 5C Calico to a $2.oo the yaird Silk--anything
the Lady needs for her Spring ' Make-Up" (except a hat).
For the Quality of the Goods, my Prices SHALL BE THE
LOWEST.K We shall be pleased to show you our Goods and
Prove our Assertion.
A. K'. PARK.
"Niore GoodR For L'ess Mon'ey"

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