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H T P CKENS SUNTINELJOR
Entered April 23, 1903 tit Pickens 8. 0., as second Olasn matter, under not of Congrefs of March 8, 1879.
VOL*XXX- PICKENS, SOUTN. CA5OLINA2 WDNISSD A
INTERSTING OLD MEMORANDUM.
An old memorandum book
which is on exhibition in Tapp'f
Window in Colum.bia, contains the
following interesting i-ading O
the fly leaf was written the fol
lowing: 'Roll of -Palmett<
Riflemen, from 1861 to 186t
-Fgrth 8 C V Reg't. Gen'
D R Anderson. First Brig 8 C V
Loingstret t Corps." Then the fol,
lowing names and data, lightly
touched by time and in the uncer.
tain tracery of an aged hand:
Thos. P Benson, dead; I Nor.
den Brown; killed; Bail Byrum, in
Texa4; Joo N Byrum Anderson;
'V F Barr, dead: Thos; Burriss,
died 1867; A D Brown, killed First
'Manassas; Jhn Bailey, died in
hospital, 1863; Joe Beaiter, dieel in
hospital, 1861; W F Brown, Liv.
ing, Andpr.oii, John Cu nningham,
livilg, Mi4: John R Cochran, An.
derson; R M Clinkscale, "Carters.
ville, Ga ; Thad Clinkscales; Oco
nee county; Flee4t Clinkscales; An
derson; 1loit Clinkseales, Abbe.
vifle Co.; Thos Campbell, died
shit. 18(;8; Jim Campbell, in Texas;
Jim Crawford, Hartwell Ga,; Wm
Carter, died about 1875; Jie Dar
ricatt, Agusta Ga.; Thomas Dar
ricatt; Fla.; Manly Darlington,
died 1861; Joe Darlington, N C.;
Claude Earle, died 1861; Wilton
Earlo, killed First Manassas; Sat,.
dy Earle, Ark; Ned Emerson, kill
0d in Ga; Andrew Elrod. Ander..
son; Jimmie Earle, Anderson;
George Earle; Pickens Co.; Sanford
Fant, Columbia; W A Fant Ander
son; Boliver Featherstone, died '62;
Cyprian Featherston; killed Seven
Pinos; F Feltoni, killed Seven
Pines; C D Gaillard, killed 7 Oct;
Joel Gleason, killed Frazier's farm;
Wm Georg-; John Georgo, Helena,
Ark; Lewis Gentry, -Anderson; W
. W Humphreys. Andeason; John
Harrison, killed Wills'4 valley;
Jaber Hawkins, killed Will's val
ley. Dillard Herndon, killed Fra
zier's farm; Bob Holland, dead;
Joe (Bowers) Holland, died; A 0
N luil, killed Bermuda Hundreds;
P C Hall, Anderson; John Hac.
kett, dead; A P Hubbard, Ander
son; H Stacy Hammond, killed
Socond Manassas; Win A Ham.
mond, Fla.: James A Hoyt, Green.
vile; Thomas 0. Jenkins; R
0 Jenkins, Pendleton; Wm.
Jenkins Pelzer, 8 C.; H J
Knauff; J T Koawn; Marbry
Kepane, killed at 2nd Manar-sas;
Cartor Keown. killed at Wilder..
ness9; Robert Q Keys, Anders:m;
Peter Keys,' killed in 1880; Dave
Kensler, killed in 1888; Sam Lewis,
killed belowv Richmond; Jim Lewis,
'Texas; Wm Lark, killed at Willis's
Valley ; H arry Lee, killed at Seven
Pities; 0 Lewis, killed Seven Pines
W L Land, Greenville; S H Lang
stonl, died 1887; Newton L~mgston,
killed Willis's Valley; Wmn Lee,
Greenville; John E Lowis, Pied
mont ; N A McCully, de'ad; Sam
McCully, Anderson; J B McGee
A nderson; Mike McGee, Anderson,
Dolph McGee, died 1801, JHsse
McGee, died May, 1884; W C Mc
Fall, di:'d Sept. 1884; James M
McFall, died 1877; Jiinmie Milli.
ga n, killed at Frazier's Fo r m;Ja
Mannuing, killed at Frazier's Farm;
John McClenton, Anderson; G~eo
Martin, killed at Fort Harrison;
Thos McGill, killed at Frazier's
Faurm; Bill Marat, Texas; Robart
Moorhead, Anderson; John P Mad
dox, Anderson; Wmn A McFall. An
diorson; Rotjf., Nevitt, killed at
Seven Pines; Ewing Norris; died
1801; Dock Norris; A H Osborne,
Anderson; Johro Parker, died at
Richmond, 1805; Wmn Poe, killed
at Wills's Valley; Wmn Quails, An.
dlerson; R E Sloan, Pendleton;
Jim Sloan, (dead; Arch Sadler; Ben
Smith, killnd et Frazier's Farm;
John P Sullivan, Andierson; J T
4 Shelton, Adairsvilla, Ga., George
Shrimp, Anderson; S J Slomnan,
A tlan ta, - Ga.; Lawrence Smith,
killed at Seven Pines; E W Stew..
art, Anderson; Joe Steward, An..
* rerson; Dave Sloan, Pied mon t; C
Li Reid, WValhalla; Charlbe Robin.
son), Pickens coutny; John
Richey, killed Battle Wilderness.
Loff Rice, killed, Frazier's farul; E
R Rice, Beltoni; Kie Rice, Texas;
J1 Pink Reed, Anderson; James
Russel, (died 1879; J L4anie Reed,
died 1861.; Augustm, Reed, (died
in hospiltal; Hlamp~ Russell, Ander.
son; 0. F. Tolly, Anderson; .Jim~
Todd, killed Seven Pines; Carte
Timmia Anderson; Jim Thompson,
AHE
JUST
w
lE)
Two Nic4
Willis's Valley; M Wilyinski;
Reuben Williamston, died 1861;
J amps Wilson, Anderson; John c
Wilson, died 1864; March Webb,
Anderson; J H Whitnur, Greon, jp
ville, dead; W E Walters, Ander- F
son, dead; Theo Werner, Pendle. t<
ton; Morral Wallace, Texas; Win
Wiison, killed Sven Pines; John i A
Ti. Webb, killed Frazier'st fan. I
OFFICE~ls OF COMPANY. I
Capt. J tI Whitner, 1st: Capt WV C
W Humphrey, 2nd ; Ca~pt Thos P S
Benson, 8id. Lieutenants, 01laude
Earle, A Felton, Mike Mc~hoe, d:
James a Hoyt, Joel E Gleason. Wmn
Poe, N A MckCully.L
RA'TTLEs IN WHICH THE COMPANY1
PARlTICIJPATrED. I1
First Manassus, Siege of York
town, Battle of Williamsburg, Bat-. o
tie of Seven Pi~op, Gamnes' Mill,
Frazter's Farm, Malvern Hill1, Sec. tl
ond Battle Mianasesa, Boonshoro, t
( Maryland ), Sharpsburg, Md.
Fredricksburg. Va., Skirmish CarA
vi lio, Siege 8in folk, Ba trl e Lookout
Creek or Willis Valley, Skirmish A
Tennessee River, Battle Campbell
Station. Siege Knoxville, Skirmish
Dandridge, Battle Wilderness, (
Spoteylvania C. H, Skirmish Ber, I'
miuda Hundreds, Battle Cold Hiar,
bor', Siege Petersburg, chargo on
Fort Harrison, Battle 7 Oct., 1864, 1
Skirmish Dandytown Road, Skir-.
mish on Williamsburg Road, Lo- 1
noir Station, Tenn., Surrender at <
Appomattox.
PATH ERS
DUT~Y
tonh. aooa' nutc kepca
AeND weland et on. e
Desure boqaoe e
YO~r eris
*i an oor A bonp'a
SOD A1NDT CRE6MEN*
WATCHl
EEK'S CH
ITI -BRt
9 Pianos for SC
Union Meeting.
The Twelve Mile Union met at reJ
oncord church April 28-29.
Tho meeting was oponed by
rayer, led by W. C. Seahoru; B. All our e
Murphree was elected modera-I in prices and
ir and \V. W. Aikcon clerk. furnishing go<
Introductory s-ermo, by B. C. Take ad
tkinso i.
Thle following chuhs wer steps in ahead
presenIted: Shady Grove, Golden Free Cle:
reek, Prater's Croeek, Anatioch, IMerchant Tfail
x mlile and Concord.
The following were the subjects
scused:1.4
1. Ho1w should a church deal
ith unfaithful mioinbers?-J. T.'
ewi1s, 1). A. Pairrott W. C. So- Sole agei
>rn, W. W. Aiken, .J. S. Vox, T.
.Stewart and J. E. Gillespie. ---
The above query was dlisposeLd
by the followinzg resolution: I
"Tht te curch ad monh
emi to lovo and( (d0 goodi works,. We Fulfill
achng hemthoir duty from the nann
/ord of God. " WE UN
-Ad journ ment for dinnecr. eniroa nover to
Reasombled.
2. itfi sund gospel st ed wa
01und( fruit he realpedl in ebaulih
1im)bershij?-D). A. Parrott, .J E.
~arrett, J. T. Lewis, W. C. Sea
orn and1( B. F. Murphree.
In the last query there was ilo
efinite decision.
Them meoting closed with pr'ayer MY BEST Rr
'y the moderator, ~,~~I~
Sunday a 60ermon was8 preached UNTitCUI
y B. F. Murphree, aifter which a N. K. KINo.
ollection wals taken up for1 State N NL~
4dissions. ,,,,_,. N
W. W. AlImEN, Clerk. DR. KING
J. McD. E
TFLE
K P1
CAPI']
J. F. Banister
J. M. Stew
IBY PICKENS DRUG CO, TF. N. H
=MORRO M
rHIS SPAC
ANGE OF
A8- 0]
ile Cheap.
it Reduction
ntire stock will now be sold at a great reduct
if you have not bought your overcoat, suit
)ds, now is a good time to save money,
antage of this drop in price before some 4
of you and gets the plum.
mning and Pressing of all clothing made in
ring Department.
)thschid,* "&
it for Hawes Hats and Dutchess Trousers.
Wer lDisappo|it Our Paients,
EverqPromis? a d hoever Hlid Out False e
yan ettn f~oabs ne Ooigoa n0
NC Va.CHOIoDIE ASln Ens~ '"'ia1n",*.'tWt~2~
ruceI~g cio~C. 8n I. M.r Masns*udri
eside nt. Cashiedraes.~
PICKformlst~bEIaNsSnBAN
P O r ue In t he r ado On~a D est -:-ae I MU
,o B.ta~ A. ow Ha oiod cL, .M. Hu~stagod
mart, J. E. o ggeso, a - J. McD.10 lfiBruceb
me tong- H .OA. Ric nsh rlev 1w. .Ca
COMPA]
FOR N
THIS AE
RROW
0 Blue
ion Serge St'its,
or
$12, $15, $18 .
rise
$20 and Up.
our IF BrLUE~ SERGE~ about, hila
Iyour fancy for a~ Sprjing
Suit, our new~ "Scuri.oss
a SanoE~" is the thing 30ou
want.
.... Nothig is better than
good Serge.-stylish and
Shape retaining. Weo war
rant ours fast color and
all wool. The way the
Suits are miade up will
open your eyes to the p)08.
Ubilities of good tailoring.
Altogether Difftent
From the Corn
mon Kind.
Single and double-breasted in I
one brimful of style. Our Sprinj
a splendid showing of greys and
ateds and Faney Goods. Ever;
and look.
120 SouthHE
Main St. n 4
FO1 _
[( 70 acres of land nea
on Pumpkintown road. *10 pai
120 acres near Trav
joining lands of Mr. Thos. Cun
Watson old home. $15 per acro
Also small tracts of land, 20 to 50 acrei
We have also some very desirable lotsi
along the car line-$60 each.
TH ACKSTC
'eree(.s n vmi l
~IYA
EXT
~o.
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*: -
CopyaIghI
By
SCHLOSS B a * & Co~
fine Cloihos Makes
Baltimoreand New. Teat
Ona (liRLinCL modols, every
r shipment jusL in, Altio
mixLurea in Sorgo~, Woz.
thing for spring. Come
Creonville,
rI eI So. Car.
~ALE.
rMariettaS.C.,
acre.
elers Rest,
3inghan~. Part of the Butler
I.
iear city limits. These lots are
& SON
IeSC.
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