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sEPT. 5, 1912.
E. BROBINSON. EDMra.
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ADVERTISING RATES:
ioies rst insertion per inch .1.00
Porsach subsequent " "5 I
Commercial and otber advertising for three
nOths or longer wil be made at reduce rates
and prices can be had on application.
E-erd a4 PIchens Fustoffice as Second Cla
Kill Katter
TO THE PUBLIC.
Wiyissue of The Senti
e yoon as editor and
bI tigimanage . This :
isnade imperative necessary
on:account of mVronal-busi
ness matters, as i d not do
justice to my priva terests
and-thenewspaper both. . en
I took charge nearly ayear n
I thought it would be fun to ed
it the paper, but soon found the
duties so exacting as to require
more time than I had to give to
it without too great personal
sacrifice.
During the time I have had
charge, the paper has increased
in circulation, the advertising
patronage has been good, and
a n y favorable comments
haird. That I have made mis
takbs I freely confess, but,I
hay'endeavored to be sincere
rSO"hdW -ionest. Some have dis
agreed with me, especially in
political matters, but this is
their right and is no reason why
we. should not still be friends.
Doubtless some things have been
said 'which would have been
better had they not been said,
but it is human to err. If I
have said or done anything to
cause hard feelings or to wound
one In any way and they
milknow it, I will cheer
fu'ngly do all I can
to right it and restore friendship
and good feeling. I co-vet the
good wyill and Ifriendship of all
the people, and heartily imp'ore
the forgiveness of any, who, for
any- reason ,may be offended.
The paper passes into the
hands of a new editor and man
agement with this issue. For
*reasons W'hich cannot now be
given, the names will not be
-made known until next week
when annoucement will be
- made. But they are competent
and trustworthy men and are
fully equipped to edit and man
age successfully this or any
other paper. I heartily comn
mend them to the public and
ask for that liberal support
which 'I know they will merit
and :justly deserve. They, I
know will continue to improve
the plant and news service and
*give the people a better paper
-than I have. The people of the
county have been very liberal
in their support of the paper.
*Few in the county can afford
SeThe Sentinel. It
gives the Sbate and county news
as fully as we are able to handle
it. It does most of the legal
*advertising, and to keep in touch
with the busidess social, politi
cal and other affairs of the coun
ty the people must read The
Sentinel.
And now in conclusion: With
malice toward none, but good
will for all I lay down my pen
as editor and say good-bye.
Respectfully,
C. E. Robinson.
Notice of School Election
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINa4
County of Packens.
Whareas. a petition from the freehold
era and electors of Rock District No.
48has b~een fdled with the County Board
of Educationl, asking for a special ee
;ion t-o determine wbether or not an ad..
qifional extra ?evy of four mills shall be
levied on said District for school pur
It appeang to the Counnty Board of
Education that the petition mneets the
requirements of the law.
Therefore, it is ordered that the Trus
tr'es of- above named District do hold
an election in said District at the school
house within said District on Saturday
3 Sept. 21, 1912, for the above stated
plupoSe. The Trustees of the District
- are hereby appointed Managers of said
d eIedon. Said election to be conducted
acioding to the requirements of Sec
tion i208 of the General Statutes
By order of the County Board of Ed
R. T. HALLUM.
td Sec. and Chr.
5 OUR TICKET
SWILSON AND MARSHAL
The People's Candidates, a
SWinning Ticket, the Next ~
'i'~-~
~ -: A
About Pickens People.
The New Hope people anc
hose of the surrounding com
unities have been recently en
Dying a revival meeting, carrie(
n by the pastor, Rev. J. E
rim, of Liberty, who preache<
ery interesting and impressivt
ermons morning and evening
o large and attentive congrega
ions. The church is v ery muel
evived. There were fiftdi
nembers added to the church
ne by letter. the others by ex
erience. We will have tw<
nore seryices before the baptiz
ng, beginning Friday night be
ore the second Sunday in Sep
;ember. The baptizing wil
ake place at Robinson's Shoal
it 10 o'clock second Sundal
,norning.
The Misses Smith, of Easley
who have been visiting Mis
auline Kelly for a week, hav
turned home. They mad
nany friends here who hope ti
ave them come again soon.
Miss Maude Billingsley, o
iberty, who has been with he
:ousin, Miss Julia Boggs, fo
;he past week, will return hom
omorrow, to the regret of he
unany friends here.
Rev. M. 0. Alexander, o
Wilmington, N. C., a youn;
Baptist minister, and one of ou
ormer boys, filled the pulpit a
'airview Sunday in the absenc
>f the pastor. His sermon
were very interesting bot
norning and evening. Larg
ongregations attended bot
ervices. He is visiting hi
ather, J. C. Alexander, for
Cew days of his vacation.-Col
[eowee Courier.
Additional Locals.
Miss Eva Holder is visitin
Criends in Liberty.
Miss Florence Bowen, wh
has been fvisiting friends i
Liberty, has returned home.
Mr. Jerry McMahan, secretar
to Congressman Legare,
spending some time in the cit]
Mrs. J. P. Carey and daugl
ters, Misses Floride and Bernit
are visiting relatives in Woo(
bury, Ga
Misses Margaret Moore an
eize Frampton. who have bee
visiting Misses Julia and He:
mena Legare, have returned 1
their home in Charleston.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Morga
and daughter,- Mattie May.<
Central, left last Tuesday f<
an outing of several days 1
Knoxville and other pointsi
Tennessee. Miss Mattie Ma
has accepted a pasition a
teacher of English in the hig
school-at Knoxville.
The regula.r Convocation<
Pickens Chapter No. 47, R. I
M., will be 8;30 p. m. Frida
night. September. 27th. A
members are urgently requeste
to attend the convocation. A
yisiting Companions a re 'cg
dially invited.
J. R. Ashmore.
Excellent High Priest.
-A Card from Mr. Stewart.
I wish to thank the vote:
one and all who remembere
me so kindly on the 27th<
August, in giving me enoug
votes to put me in the secon
race for Clerk of Court.
Now I want to thank ever
man in advance byho can col
scientiously give me his vote o
the 10th day of September, f<
Clerk of Court. No man
more willing to give you in r<
turn good service for same tha
myself. I have made a clea
race and on my own merit:
from the start and God hein
my judge I shall continue to d
Qntil the end, on the same pla
form. Again thanking tl>
people for their suffrage, I be
to remain, Yours truly.
0. S. Stewart.
For Women
Only
Dr. Simmons Squaw Vine Wine
is prepared expressly for the ail
ments of women. It contains
ingredients which act directly on
the delicate female constitution,
mildly and pleasantly-yet it ex
ercises a most beneficial effect
all through the system.
DR. SIMMONS
Squaw Vine
Wine
Overcomes weakness, nervous
ness and irritability. Gives prompt
relef from the depressing bear
ing-down pains, backaches, nau
sea and Irregularities which cause
so much suffering and despond
ency. It has a most happy effect.
Restores strength, renewed hope,
cheerfulness and the energy and
will to perform the duties of the
household which formerly were
so trying and distasteful.
Sold by Druggists and De
Price $1 Per
C. F.SIMMONS M
ST. LomIS,
send us
CANDIDATES' CAl UDS.
For House of Repressitatives.
The many friends of MA.. J.- m STEWART
hereby announce him a candidste for the
louse of Repretentives %ujjyct to Oak action
of the Democratic Primary. The result ot
whic be 1 rorrisez to abide.
For Clerk of Court.
1 MR. A. J. BOGGS is hereby announced as a
candidate for re-election to the office of Clerk
of court for Pickens. county subject to the
action of the voters in the coming Primary
election. the result of which he promises to
abide.
I hereby announce myseif a candidate for the
office of Clerk of Court for Pickens County
subject to the rules of the Democratic primary
election. 0. S. STENW ART.
For County Treasurer.
At the solicitation of many friends, I hereby
announce myself a candidate for the office of
county Treasurer, snbject to the action of the
Democratic voters in the Primar 'Metion, the
results of which I promise to e
ALO\. NS
I hereby announce mybelf a candd-efor the
olice of County Treasurer of Pickens County
I subjcct to the rules of the Democratic Primary.
Taylor H. Stewart.
A Card from Mr. Day.
To the voters of Pickens coun
r ty: I desire to thank you for
r the vote that you gave me for
County Commissioner, in the
r primary. I appreciate each and
every vote cast, and deem it a
personal expression of the good
will and appreciation of my
past services. I offered my ser
t vices in good faith to the county, I
feeling that I had the ability.
and experience to makG some
very necessary improvements in
e the management of the Coun
tv's affais and intended giving
the best service possible in a
business way. A majority of
you have said by your vote that
you did not need my services,.
so the matter goes easy with me.
I will ever remember the cour-I
tesies and kindness shown me
during the campaign and will
always have an interest in the
welfare of my county.
Elias Day.
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sortment of patterns of any tail
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Ib COMPAI
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omobiles.
VE E O REPAIRING
f the expert, reliable kind thal
o have been looking for.
No matter how delicate and
ifficult the work may seem,
o can safely entrust it to us.
o matter how trifling a task
JEWELRY REPAIRING
rou may need, you can rest as
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EEP IN PERFECT HEALTH.
You, owe it to yourself, your family and
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-rich, heathy blood and a clear brain, you
n do more and better work and really
ive, and enjioy living and be a blessing tc
hose you love.
Much of the eternal grouch and many
f the aches and pains you see every day
re caused directly by a lazy, torpid, over
orked liver, and all of that may be abso
stely cured by R. Li. T. (Richardson's
axatve Tonic). One fifty-cent or dollar
oe of' this magnificent tonic will prove
> you that it is t'ue finest laxative and the
uickest strength building tonic ever of'
red sick, suffering humanity. Get a hot
Le from your druggist today, and keep it
Iways in the family medicine chest ready
put the Liver right in one night or cure
alaria, constipation, or bilious fevers in
e shrtest possible time. If not on sale
1 your town, write R. L. T. Co., Ander
n, S. C.
R. L.T.
A Perfect Tonic
THE BEST LIVER MEDICINE
50 & $1.00 per Bottle. All Drug Stores.
KEOWEE PARMACY
Yonah Land.
Th-. famous fiedmont see-rio!n. No~ tb
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peal indu'tcement to frmii grow"ers.
airymen, \tockmenI and pouhrynien.
great deitand for diversifi'ed farming.
we prod ,d to sell every h
Louno marl~t: d best prices. Twen
odd To~ t els in Hiabersham
ounty. ( ~ sumunni-r and winter re
)rts), oI, 78 miles. from Atlanta onl
iain ~~ of Southern Railiway to Wash
,g ~D. C. Ten acres apple archard
uced 3300 bushiels er~ apph s netting
900.00. Equally as good for peaches
ecans.rapes etc. The best of farming
nds will toroduce from 1 to 2 bales of
ltto, '60 to 100 bushels of con e
rre, besideR large crops of small gramn
flu hay. Pote water, fine climate. no(
hosquitoes, splendid scenery, fine.
,hools and .churchies, 1800 fe.-t .lev:
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e of a traveling salesman
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ly
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rt Overalls, Hawes Hats,
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PROFESSIONAL
J. E. BOGGS W. E. FINDLEN
BOGdS & FINDLEY
Lawyers
Pickens S. C.
DR. R. E. INGOLD
Dentist
Liberty, S. C.
Practice at C'entral every Wednedays
J. A. Mc~ollough B .~F. aiin~
E. M. Blythe
MCallough. latin & Blythe
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.Associate firml
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Anderson, S. C.
Practice in all Courts.
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35c a quart; $1.00 a gai.
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two on the approach of headache.
They are also effective for neu
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127th YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMBER 27
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