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The Picken Seutiel
LOCAL BREYITES
Some Thig !ou Know and Som7
You Don Know About Our
Towns, tonty & People
Saturday was an ideal spring
day.
Don't forget the election for
mayor on the 3rd.
A horse swappers convention
is billed for Li1erty 1, 2,- 3 inst.
Several, Pickeng lad~ies shopped
a Greenville Saturday.
Claud-Main, of Six Mile, was
in the city*Iast Sunday.
Mrs. T. R. Allen is spending a
few days with relatives in Green
ville.
Mr. and Mrs. A: D. Mann,- of
- Six Mile.were in town last Sat
urday on. bsiness.
Misses Janie.Bolt and Mildred
Folger, of-Easley, visited friends
here Saturday.
Miss Janie.Bright, of Green
ville, spent Sunday with home
folk near Cross Roads.
Marshal -Parsons, of Alton,
Ala. visited his father, Mr. B.
F. Parsons last week.
Remeniber next Monday is
salesday and there are several
valuable tracts for sale.
Mr T. H. Smith, of near Eas
ley, was on the streets of Pick
ens Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Stewartof
Liberty have returned from an
extended visit to Virginia.
Mr. Earle Rodgers a few days
ago accidently cut his foot and
completely severed one toe..
Mr. B. A.. Foster, of the Da
cusville section, was in the city
last week looking after school
interests.
Ex-Gov. Ansel .addressed the
citizens of Liberty a few nights
ago, and a board of trade was
organized.
The stork has been so busy
around Liberty recently that
we have not the space to chron
icde his visits.
* Married on,'the 25th ult' -by
Judge J. B. Newberry at his of.
fice. Miss;Ola Massingale and
Mr. E. H. Hiles.
Mr. and Mrs J. F. Banister
of Liberty visited the latters
parents,. Mr. and, Mrs R. A.
Bowen last Sunday.
Dick Freeman arrived from
Oklahoma last week. EDick was
glad to'get here and his friends
were glad to see him.
Dr. J. L. Carpenter, wife and
daughter, of Greenville, were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. McD.
Bruce Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. H. W. Miller, of: Atlanta,
Ga., assistant to the president
of the Southern railroad, was in
town iast week on official busi
*ness.
Miss Leila .Ballentine, who
has a lucrative position in At
lanta as bookkeeper, visited re.l
atives and friends in Central.
last week.
- Dr. A. E. Brown, superinten
dent of the Mountain Mission
schools of the Southern Baptist
Convention, was in town last
week in the iniferest of the Six
Mile school.
The tender sympathy of many
friends goes out to Dr. and Mrs.
J,. L. Valley in the death of
their baby, which occurred on
the 24th ult. Interment was in
the cemetery here on the 25th,
the funeral services being con
ducted by Rev. G. F. Kirby.
Weai-e requested by Rev. W.
M. Walker to say that he has
been appointed- evangelist for
the Piedmont and Twelv~e Mile
associations, and that any1
church desiring his services in
special meetings during the
year will please notify him by
A March 1. His address is Central
route 2.
Mr. J. W. Winchester wishes'
to express his thanks through
The Sentinel to -Drs..Porter atid
Cannon, and to his friends and
neighbors and also the church
I;. and Sunday school at Mountain
drove for their~ kindnesses to'
him and his family in their re
cent sickness.
Rev. W. C. Seaborn will be
very appreciative if the finder
/ will return his .lap robe, lost tw:>~
weeks ago between his house
''T'. Kelley's mill. The
on one side and
e a other, with a lion
eye gone, The
thanked and re
warM K return.
W : y ifor corn see us
Fse, OR MAYOR.
ay.
and Mr. J. P. Hyde is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for
Mayor of Pickens at the ap
, proaching election. tf
We, the friends of G. R. Hen
dricks, hereby announce him as
a candidate for Mayor of Pick
ty ens. the election to be held on
t 3d day of Feruary, 1912.
ing Mr. J. F. Harris is hereby an
nounced by his friends as a
is candidate for Mayor of Pickens
so- subject to the action of the
me qualified voters in the election
-ess o le held February 3, 1912.
Pellagra Killed 368.
Ed. According to the Cencus
Bureau report just out pellagra
killed 368.peoplC in the United
eek States -in 1910. The gFeatest
of death rate was in North Caroli
hly na. Of this number 71.5 per
ard cent were females. This re
gs, port... a stated, covers the year
his 1910, and since then this disease
>n. has been on the increase. I has
baffled the most skilled physi
ne, cians asno cause for it has never
ey, been discovered nor has any
ut remedy been found for its cure.
a A Card of Thanks.
t- I take this method to extend
red my sincere thanks to all
for of my friends for their faithful
ree and untiring help during the
ial sickness of myself and my son,
ht Homer, also to Dr. Woodruff for
Iys his faithful medical aid. Please
om accept my thanks one and all.
be May the blessings of the Heav
ful enly father rest on all in this
3y. life and a home in Heaven.
e, J. F. Stephens and family
ad.
dhe BUSINESS LOCALS.
he -For land anywhere in Pick
ars ens county see or write J. R
er Ashmore. "The Land Man."
im FOR :RENT-One five room
rs house, outbuildings, orchard etc
and two aeres of land with it in
~il- the edge of town. Convenient
h- to church and school. Apply to
e, 2t Craig Bros.
n~' FOR SALE.-I offer for sale the
yhouse and lots known as the A.
R. B. Cameron property, in the
town of~ Pickens, and in a good
of .locality. Reasonable terms can
ng be had. .T. J. MAULDIN.
us dec14--3t
ic For Sale-Eggs from the pure
For and best strain of White Or
dy pington chickens. Prize winners
iiis at the Pickens Poultry show,
19'11. 'Price, $3 and $5 setting.
to B. Lewis,
d, tf .Pickens, S. C.
th, :GENERAL Hon. Tom Watson, isn
a NEWS a letter received at Au
el NOaES gusta, Ga., is said to
e av declared that he will never be
7Sas candidato ora office again. He
also says, it is reported, that In com-.
sing back into the democratic party,
S he has abandoned none of his former
ft p'rinciples. He says that he will fight
for those principles by a new method,
forced upon him by circumstances
over which he had no control.
A survey is being made for a rail.
road from Decatur, Ala., to Falls City,
Lci- a new town at Clear Creek Falls in
at Winston county, 50 miles south of
-i here. Civil engineers commenced the
11ssureyat Bashams Gap for the pur
1S- pose of determining the best and
d. cheapest route over the mountain at
ethat point. As soon as this Is determ
heined the road survey will be complet
re ed the entire distance from Decatur
,sto Falle City. - -
ids By a unanimous vote, tlie Southeast
ern Cotton Buyers' AssocIation, in ses
resion in Atlanta, expelled from its mem
er- bership the firm of Knight, Yancey
ht & Co., of Decatur, Ala., for Its alleged
~ill forgery of bills of lading for cotton,
by which English and Eurorpean firms
ge were defrauded of about 7'T,00,000.
d, C. B. Howard, of Inman, Akers & In
an man, made the motion that Knight,
- Yancey & Co. be expelled.
Tenders for four war vessels for the
ut ew Canadian navy will be called for
n- shortly., Thel experts of the naval
in service 'departmenlt are now working
on the specifications. These four yes
sels are to be built . in Canada and
awill mark the birth of warship eon
struction in th~s country. The ar-ma'
mn ient wIll be purchased In Great
Britain.,,
aS -George A. Rose, formerly connected
Lad with the Producers' National B'ank,
re of Cleveland, has been released from
he the Ohio penitentiary, .after serving
tefi years for violation of the bank.
itV ing laws. His home has been broken
ol. up, his wife dying in Cleveland some
at years ago.
Kansas City, Mo., advices state
that receivers 'for the 'Jones Dry
Goods Company, one of the largest
y. retail general merchandise concerns
hill in this part of the west, have been
a ppointed by the federal court here.
edThe liabilities are placed at $1,600,000
:he and the assets at over $2,000,000.
eill W, L. Manning, of Whitfield coun
iat ty, Ga., has announced himself a can
-didate. for governor. He states that
he will not enter the primnary, but
be will run as an independent candidate,
and desires to stump the state with
the party nominee. He 13 a farmer
preachei.
Delegates to the twelfth biennial
convention of the Brotherhood of Lo.'
coflnotive Firemen met at St. Paul. It
uis CMpected there will be an attend
ance of about 8S5. The convention
U.will be in session about three weeks.
The ann-:al convention of the Geor
.iabanike'rs h1: been held a.t the Kim
teball hos in Atlanta. There were
or 300 prese~nt. An interesting program
>lor was carrie 1 out, ending with a sump
tuous banquet. I
T00 LITTLE MONEY)
Will not buy a Dependable Piano.
Too Much Mo1iey
Does N t Necessarily C r; r.<< C1 .
"THE JOHN H. WILLIAMS PIANO"
33 Strikes a happy medium in Price-and insures thej
Thi maximum intrisic value.
This Piano is built according to strict specifica
tions in one of New York's most modern Piano Fac
toriqs, and contains every feature possible in a sci
enti cally built instrument.
The One Artistic Piano
in which you do not pay for name.
Guaranteed for a life time. Sold Diiect From Fac
tory only by
John H. Williams
---T HE PIANO MAN,
Phone 682, GREENVILLE, S. I.
Victor Talking Machines and Supplies.
Oh U1912.~
WE WELCOME' YOU.
And to show the people of Pickens county that we )7
j are proud of the buisness tfiey have given us for the past n
tj year wejare going to offer for
The First 60 Days of 1912
ONE OF THEu
Best Premlums
EVER OFFERED TO THE TRADEu
LISTEN With every CASII DOLLAR you u~
1 - spend with us during the first u(
160 days of this year we will give you a chance at one of )L
th best
.....STEEL -:- RANGES .........
on the market.
SWhen we say Cash we mean that you have the goods I
Sand we have the dollar. We have one of the best lines
Sof goods to select from, such as.
SGroceries, Flour, Choicest Meats, Bran, u
i( Shorts, Cotton Seed Meal andjHulls,
S Oats, Corn, Sugar, Coffee and all
I( kinds of Canned Goods..u
Ourstok o godsisllwys~complete and Prices Right.~
2 We have one of the best lines of Hardware to select
{ from to be found anywhere. Hames, Collars, Collar
1( Pads, Back Bands, Traces, Harness, Bridles, Plows, Plow
I Stocks, (single and double stocks.) DON'T FAIL to'see
Ius about one of our One and TworHorse Perfection
1( Stocks. There is no stock to equal it. Try one.
TURN PLOWS.u
SOne and Two Horse, the best that money can buy. g
SAsk any 'owner.
Sewing Machines, Cooking Stoves, Ranges, Mill Supplies, u
Builders' Supplies, Lubricating Oils, Roofing (both Gal- g
vaized and Rubber.) The best Rubber Roofing on
the market for $1.45 per square.
DON'T FORGET YOUR COUPONS !-For $1.00 )m
worth of coupons may get this beautiful..$27.50 Range ) .
Free.u
- Rember the Place.
SPickens Hdw. & Grocery Co. 2
T. R. ALLEN, Manager.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
We ar'e new in the Mercantile business but are *here to
erit your patronage, and we will do so if fair dealing, good
oods and right prices count for anything. We carry a full
ne of
Drfy Goods, Notinus, has, Shoes 8Rd~ ocer6ies,
And will make you prices to suit 9 cent cotton.
We pay highest cash price for all kinds of
roduce.
Make us a visit and be convinced that we wilil treat you
ight. Yours for business ~
Yomngblood & rezale.
.INV .F
CL EA I
0
* We have just finished taking
culled out some lots of Depen
sold as they should. We wil
I over, but, right in the middle
Mlen's Suits and Ext
Ladies' Shoes, LadiE
and Coat Suits for
selling price.
Big Lot Crossett Shoes
One lotj Assorted Leathers,
D former price 3.50. now----_- $2.85
Big lot Bay State -and Won- 1
in-a-Walk Shoes, $3.50val., at $.0
D One lot Assorted Leathers, 1
same brand, $4 val., now_ -- $915
Oie lot. Men's~ Shoes that e?
sold for $4.50, now-.... --_. . .0
One lotiMen's Shoes, $2.25$1. 68
SHats jole M 25,50,75,1.50
. Men's and Boys' Suits
One lot Men's Suits value 18 00, to
go or ---.--. .------.------..$1.0
One lot of Men's Suits, that sold for 8
16.00, now
One lot Men's Clothing, sold for 6.
I 12.50, goingat
One lot Men's Neav'.Suits. sold for 40
8-5 price
I .Any Youth's Long Pants Suit in the
I house at:Actual Cost.
On. lot Men's Pans. i5' t . 50
.values, for..-- ...- ....---------*
vaI s fo ....... ...........One lot Men's Pants, 1.50 to 2 530
< neii 4ot~ Men's Pant', sold for 3.50 1.75
I O e lot Men's P'ants, value 4.50,'to 19
go.at. - . - - - - - - . - - -
jlleath-B ee*
Leaders In
iThe Extremely Lt
that we are selling our En
money in the purchaser's y
S to get tid of some dead st<
AT AND BELOW TI
.ITo the Country N
I You had better load your
S the goods, at the right pri<
3can shoot our goods to yo'
3 -can buy elsewhere. We I
5 ~paper knives, 1 20-gallon st
0 We can fit you In Sha
a fact we still have most any
5 peas, chickens, butter, egg
g Yours to SA
iJ.. E. Parsons
Advertisers are Most Ean
to Have the Copy for the
ater than Monday, to Insi
our Annual Inventory, and h.ave
dable Mechandise that hveifot
I not wait until the seson
of the seasoo, we re offerhig
ra Pants, M :a#d
s and Misses 0,96
one-half ther e
Ladies C6at SuI
5 Suits, sold for- $22.50 U.
this Sale- ---
4 Suits, sold for $25.00 q
this Sale
8 Suits, sold for $20.00
now .
7 Suits, valued at $15.06
to go in this.Sale forP
One lot $12.54grade to
One lot vaie4 'at $8.50
to go for---.
Queen Quality Shoes -
The kind that so!. for 3.0'0 N" :4
for . . .- .......- .............
One lot same brand. formerly .' 2.75 -
now .... .... .- .. ....... ...- ..
One lot Queen Quality 4 00 grade 2~
goin at.
-One lot Boston- Favorite Lad e
Shoes, were 2.50. now.
One -10 Souther'i Girl and A' t- -- T
graph Shoes. 'value 2.50, for L~
Onie loi Southiar d Bells, value -1 ~0
*o go at..:............. --- .. .. . .....8
Wash Goods
1lot Pink and Tan Chambry, 8 13 at 5c
1 lot Percal, Striped and Checked.Ging
ham, value 10-12 1-2c:---7 i-2C<
1 lot Percals, Ginghams 12 5 - 9
Blanket and Comfort Steck to go. d Cost
1 lot Black Crow Hose 25c val., IA c
Low Prices.
Q M
tire Stock of Coods- t certainlyr~.
locket. We are not running a speci~ .saI
>ck, but you can buy anthing in ohr's r<
IE ACTUAL WN OLE SALE COST,
lerchants '.
tock-gun with our amnmunition, for we hav
:e, arid can save you money. We' know
ir customers with a better profit thiiA
iave. a full line .of fixtures, show cases, scL~
alfmeasuring oil tanks, etc., etc. - -
mes, Hats, Overcats, Suits andtn
thing you are looking for. TBring us- you(
s, etc.
VE you MONEY,
iesdly Requested and~i
it Ads. in ourne
ire Pubica o na ae
FOR SALE-One Bay Hc
buggy and wagon, 20 bales h
300 cans beans and-tomatoes,
other articles. Terms, cas]
Carlos-Gantt,
Liberty. S
Notice to Teachers
The teachers of the cou
are 1equested to meet in~
Pickens graded school build
on Feb. 10, at 10.30 A. M.
The object of the meetinp
to reorganize the teachers a
ciation, and to discuss sc
problems relative to the prog
of the schools of the county.
R. T. Hallum,
37 Co. Supt.
Mr. Richard Lenhardt Dead
Mention was made last w
of the serious illlness of -two
Picken3 county's most hig
respected citizens, Col. Rich
Lenhardt and Mr. Aaron Boa
and little did we think that
issue of The Sentinel would c
tain the death of one of then
Mr. Lenhardt died at his hoi
three miles northeast of Easl
Monday night, the 29th. ab
12 o'clock.
A year ago, he suffered
stroke of paralysis, wh.ch afft
ed his left side, but: recove
sufficiently to be quite active
a man of his age. About th
weeks ago, he suffered a par
stroke, which affected his ril
side. It was thought, some d;
ago, that he was recovering fr
the stroke, as he seemed to
improving, and was cheer
and hopeful. Last Saturd
however, he began to recli
and continued so until the e
He was in his 86 year,
Mr. Lenhardt settled
place where he died about
time of his marriage, fifty ye
ago, and has lived there e
since. His wife preceded I
to the grave more than ten ye
ago.
Surviving him are seven c.
dren, two sons and ,five dau1
ters, Misses Minnie and Liz:
M' sdames Williams, of Gre
ville, A. G. -Wyatt, of Easl
J. K. Lathem, and Messrs.
F., and B. D. Lenhardt.
Mr. Leuhardt was a man
vigorous intellect and steri
ualities~ He .numbered
friends by his acquaintanc
was geneious, kind; and pul
spirited. He will be missed
cnany reasons. In h'.m the net
ver found a helper, and
place cannot be filled.
His remains -were carried
the family burying grou:
about four niiles north of Gre
yille, for interment on the 30
and there in the presence o1
large concourse of sorrowing :
atives and friends, his body v
committed to mother earth.
The tender sympathy of hc
of friends go out to the ber
family in their sorrow.
The Six Mile School.
Prof. J. E. Crim, the prir
pal of the Baptist Academy
Six Mile. last week tendered
resignation to the board of tr
tees and the same was accept
This does not mean that
school willystop or that th
will be any change in the ph
for its continuance. The friei
and patrons of the school
urged not to slacdken their int
est, for the chool will go ri;
ahead. Te other teachers a
remain a'id will have cha
ntil a principal can be fou:
wich, it is hoped, will be at
arly day.
The dormitory, for the prese
will be in charge of Prof. C~
trell and wife and the school
carge of -Misses Richards
who will be acting princil
Jones and Brett.
The trustees held a meet
t this place last Friday and v~
nuch pleased -with what I
been acco~nplished and w
exceedingly jubilant over
utlook foi- the future prosper
nd usefulness of the scht
They wish it understood ti
the schgol is no longer an
periment but an establisi
nstitution, and is here to st
ts usefulness, however, 3
epend largely on the continm
Co-operation and interest of
People. This, it is hoped, '
not abate but inci ease, and t]
in the near future the good
fuences and benef its will
felt far and wide'.
Ireland's Blua.
Strange to say, the natlonal coi.y
Ireland is and alwys has bee 1
(that is, heraldie blue, ultramarin-.
's somespeoplo have thought, sky b:
Green never was the natiortal colo
Ireland. The national color is t::
from the ground of the arms. In
case of Ireland it is azure, 'a ba~rl
stringed- argent-thus blue is ihe c

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