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HAS A LARGER CIRCULATION THAN ANY OTIIER
TH ar -H E-I ENEWSPAPER IN PeKENS COUNTY
LISHED N PICKENS COUNTY THE]BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN PcKES
THEONLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED AT THE COUNTY
COUNTY SEAT OF YEARNS COUNTY
PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second class mail matter, under act ofCongress of March 3,1879
ehsltshEV l PICKENS, S. C., JANUARY 30,1913
CouNTY COR]
Pleasant Grove;
24-Year-Old Hen
Everybody is getting ready to
go to work on their future crops
as soon as the weather will per
mit.
Mrs. Albert Masters, who has
been quite ill, is greatly improv
ed at this writing.
The Pleasant Urove school
has received its new benches.
The school is in char-e of Mr.
Grover Feith as teacher.
J. L. Burgess and family
spent Saturday night with J. S.
Fortner and family.
W. D. Hendricks, of this sec
tion, went to Pickens Tuesday
on business,
Saturday was a busy day at
Pleasant Grove church. Several
good people met in, and worked
on the church facing up, win
dows and doors and other jobs
that needed doing. This will
be a nice church when complet
ed and will be a credit to the
community. Rev. J. E. Foster
.has been the pastor of this
4church for the past 8 years, and
if he lives he will preach the re
mainder of the - -'913.
. . Barker and family visit
ed Jas. F. Rigdon and family
last Sunday.
4r. and Mrs. Tom Batson, of
Ma*field were through this sec
tion Sunday afternoon.
The editor surely has forgot
ten that this is 1913, as the two
last issues were dated 1912. The
probability is that he has for
gotten.
Look for the comet low in the
west.
J. K. Manley, who lives on
D. L, Barker's place in this sec
tion, has in his possession a hen
,that he claims to be 24 years
old. According to this the hen
was hatched sometime in the
year 1888. This hen was pre
sented to Mrs. Manley's father,
who was W. D. Hopkins, by
Pratt Bryant, a prominent citi
zen of Seneca. Mr. Bryant
ordered this hen at that time
for the purpose of raising chick
ens to fight other chickens. At
that day and time people were
interested in meeting at public
places and betting on chickens
and fighting them. This hen is
a full bred game and is very
small and seems to be hearty
and healthy. Mr. Manley says
she never was sick in her life.
She still lays and now has a
nice gang frying size. Mr.
Bryant gave this hen to W. D.
Hopkins in the year 1890 to
raise chickens on the shares and
Mr. Hopkins gave it'to his sec
ond oldest daughter, Leila Hop
kins, who at that time was only
four years of age. She now is
the wife of .J. K. Manley and1
was married December 10, 1904.
She is now 28 years of age and
says she can -well remember
when her father gave this hen1
to her, this making it 24 years
ago. We would be glad to hear
from Mr. Bryant, of Seneca, to]
know the facts about this hen
from him. A Farmer.
Pickens Route 3
Mrs. N. 0. Cothran and son
of Greenville. have been visit
ing home folks of this section.
On last Monday night a pound
supper was given at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Porter, which
was greatly enjoyed by ali
present.
Mr. Robert Welborn, has been
visiting his brother. Prof. G. E.
Welborn, and sister. Miss Emma
of Pelzer, for the last few days.
Misses Bessie Looper and
Annie Ragsdale of Pickens,
visied at the home of Mr. and
RESPONDENCEI
Ars. A. B. Looper last Tuesday
night.
Mr. Ebb Field visited in
Easley last Saturday and Sun
day.
Rev. Hulbert Wright, who
has been living on the farm of
Mr. D. Winchester will move to
Six Mile soon.
The corn mill on the farm of
Mr. L. B. Gravely is nearing
completion and will be of
much benefit to the community.
Mrs. Cora Tolbert of Green
wood spent the week end with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F.
Looper.
On last Tuesday night a pound
supper was given by Miss
Hortense Stansel of route 5,
which was enjoyed by all pres
ent.
Mrs. M. E. Holder is visiting
her children at Anderson and
Piedmont.
School Girl.
C
Health thru this section is
very good at this writing, con
-idering the damp, rainy weath- I
3r we have had for the past few I
meeks.
On last Saturday night an
joyable pound supper was S
riven at the home of Mr. and
qrs. J. M. Gillespie, All w%ho
tttended report a fine time.
Messrs. Ernest Porter, Fur- E
nan Waldrop and DeWitt Bold
ng attended services at Moun
ain Grove Sunday.
Misses Ida Price, Emma Can
rell and Flora Gravley spent
aturday night at the hone of
&r. and Mrs. J. M. Gillespie I
nd report a nice time. l
Services at Mountain Grove
unday were largely attended. P
.erybody is pleased to have r
ev. W. C. Seaborn as past or. e
Mr. Columbus Childress was
L welcome visitor in this section u
unday. He attended preach- h
ng at Mountain Grove.
Quite an enjoyable singing
was given at the home of Mr. t
William Porter Sunday after- ii
ioon. All present report a nice
ime.
On next second Sunday after- ij
ioon there will be a singing at
~fountain Grove church. Ev
~rybody come and bring plenty
ong books and make it a suc
~ess.
Miss Esther Gravley and Irene
Eendricks made a pleasant trip
:o Easley last Saturday. U
u
Allen Edens and Leon Cassell
ook dinner at the home of J.
W. Winchester Sunday.
'I
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Winchest
3r visited at the home of Mr.
Ld Mrs. Lige Winchester on
ittle Eastatoe Sunday.
John Lewis and family, of
he Mountain View section, ~
vere visitors in this section last ~
sunday.
I will close as I haven't any
~hing else to say. I'm like the ~
ittle boy was when the calf ran
ver him. He said he didn't r
ave anything else to say. t,
Farmer's Boy.
Pickens Route 2 i
Small grain is looking fine
>er on Pea Ridge.
The roads are in bad condition
m account of so much bad il
svather.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bolding, t
Irs. R. K. Lewis and daughter, r
Iiss Lillie, visited at the home 3
:f Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Griffin f
Sunday.
Miss Mary Farmer gave a
singing Sunday night which
was heartily enjoyed by all
present.
Miss Lillie Stansell visited
Mises Ida and Annie Massin- a
Z:11 Saturday night and report
ane time.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bolding
isited homefolks one night lasi
wveek.
Messrs. Walter and Jessi(
Bolding visited their brother,
klvin Bolding last Monday
iight and report a nice time.
Misses Vassie and Lillie Lewi
risited Mrs. Jesse Durham on(
,vening last week.
Rose Buds.
A large crowd attended preach
.ng at Mountain View last Sun
lay and heard Rev. J. T. Crane
leliver a message.
Mrs. J. R. Porter has been
rery sick but is reported some
)etter at present.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Garrett
risited at the home. of J. A.
[unnicutt last Sunday.
Misses Vassie and Lillie Lewis
isited their sister, Mrs Lavenia
3olding last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Garrett
pent last Saturday at the home
if A. D. Mann.
Leland Bolding and his cous
Us. Misses Bethel and Ethel
lann, of Six Mile, attended
reaching at Mountain View
tst Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bolding
pent last Saturday with Mr.
nd Mrs. Seagle Bolding.
Mr.and Mrs. Grace Hunnicutt
isited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hun
icutt last Sunday.
Papa's Cook.
Pickens Route 5
Mrs. Hoyt Townes visited
Irs, Henry Townes one day
tst week.
Miss Hortence Stansell gave a
ound supper last Tuesday
ight which was very much
njoyed by all present.
Taylor Adams spent last Sat
,rday night and Sunday with
is parents, Mr. and Mrs, D. B.
Ldams.
Mrs. Hoyt Townes and daugh
r, Pauline, were in town shop
g Saturday.
The many friends of S. P.
reazeale are glad to hear he is
nproving fast.
Judge Singleton, of Piedmont
visiting his grand-parents,
[r. and Mrs. J. J. Adams.
Battie Wilson, of Ocoree, was
1 Pickens Saturday on business.
Tom Breazeale spent last Sat
rday night with Clem and
'laude Adams..
Rev. E. L. Thomason filled
is regular appointment at
'welve Mile Sunday evening.
John Youngblood and family
pent last Saturday night with
ilas Simmons and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ragsdale
pent Sunday with Mr. and
rs. D. B. Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. Eryin Breazeale
pent Sunday with Mr. and
rs. Johnnie Breazeale.
Martin school is progressing
icely with Prof. Jones as
sacher.
D. Hendricks and Claude
dams were visitors at Easley
unday. They both work at
be place and report a fine time.
Lonely Sweetheart.
Mothers Can Safely Buy
Dr, King's Discovery and give
to the little ones when ailing
,nd suffering with cold, coughs,
lroat or lung troubles. tastes
ice, harmless, once used, al
rays used. Mrs. Bruce Craw
ord, Niagra, Mo. writes:"Dr.
ing's New Discovery changed
ur boy from a pale, weak, sick
ioy to the picture of health."
Lways helps. Buy it at Pick
:ns Drug Co.
Patonize ou!r classified col
tmn
Marietta Route 2
J. H. Heaton is still improv
ing very slowly. We join witi
his many friends in hoping t<
see him well again.
James Williams and bride
who were.married the 19th inst
are with the groom's parent!
where they will remain thi.
year. We wish them muct
joy and few sorrows as they gc
through life.
Mrs. J. Heaton and charming
son, W. T., visited her brother,
J. H. Heaton, some time ago.
Some of the girls of this section
made goo goo eyes at W. T.
There was a large crowd at
Mt. Tabor last Sunday to hear
Rev. Joe Foster preach an un
usually interesting sermon.
Miss Nora Looper, of Glen
wood mill at Easley, visited
homefolks last Saturday and
Sunday,
Miss Leila Jones. of upper
section, visited in the Dacus
ville section last week and also
in this neighborhood.
Miss Lillie Lynch, a charm
ing young lady of the upper
section, is visiting at Liberty.
James H. Hughes- who has
been very ill for the past few
weeks is reported to be better at
this writing.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jones, of
this section, visited the former's
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. M.
Jones, Sunday.
We hate learn that Miss Leila
Jones is intending to go to Eas
ley in a few daya to stay. We
hope she will soon get home
sick and return. .
Mr. and Mrs. M. Roper were
visiting in the upper burg Sun
day afternoon.
Mrs. Lula Roper visited Mrs.
W. R. Hicks Sunday.
The Mica school is progress
ing nicely with Prof. Elrod as
teacher. The pupils all enjoy
going to him.
A Real Black-eyed Girl.
Pickens Route 1
Dear Mr. Editor: Will you
allow me space in your paper to
give a few dots from this side.
Health is very good at pre'sent.
We had a lot of rain last week
and mud a plenty. If the rain
continues the farmers are going
to be late again this year.
Mr. and Mrs. Reece Bowen
spent last Sunday afternoon at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. :Ern
est Lewis.
Willie Lewis spent a few days
in Greenville last week on busi
ness.
Luther Freeman and family
fromi Easley have moved to
their farm near Tabor.
Rev. R. H. Lupo filled his reg
ular appointment at Tabor last
Sunday. He preached us a
good sermon.
The Cedar Rock school is
progressing nicely with Elmer
Hendricks principal and Miss
Stewart assistant.
A Reader.
Our Legislative Letter
Editor Sentinel: The General
Assembly has not worked much
this week. Three days it did not
convene. One of those days,
Friday, it went to Winthron
college, arriving there about 9
a- m- We were met by the stu
dents with the heartiest greet
ing. Pickens members ;vere
taken charge of by students
from Pickens county. They
pointed out to us some of the
objects of interest. It is impos
sible to see all the interesting
objects at Winthrop in the space
of a few hours. As to the stu
dents they are a happy, health
ful, intellectual and beautiful
1ln1ring body of yong girls.
Pickens county should be very
proud of her young ladies at
the college. Miss Algood very
gracefully presided at the din
ner table. Being a rainy da)
all the exercises took place un
der shelter, which caused at
times quite a jam. The writer
has to acknowledge himself un
der many and lasting obliga
tions to Miss Major. He would
- t times get lost in the sea of
beauty. In yain did I look for
a representation of ladies from
any other county that were
more beautiful than ours.
Winthrop is doing .a grand
work. Would that all of our
girls could be educated up to
the standard of this institution.
The Legislators were entertain
ed by music both instrumental
and vocal, and speeches. After
partaking of a sandwich and
coffee we left for Columbia.
Fred Williams.
t
Another Good Lady
Died This Week
Mrs. Avery Jones, of the,'- if
fin church section, died Monday V
the 26th, from consumption. a
She had been sick all the fall. (
She was 47 years of age and c
leaves husband, three grown I
children and many relatives in I
grief. The burial was held I
Tuesday at Griffin church, of S
which she had been a member S
ior many years. Mrs. Jones e
was a daughter of Foster Smith I
and was an excellent christian i
lady. Rev. W. C. Seaborn per- t
formed the burial rites, I
r
Honor Roll I
Honor Roll of Pickens Graded
school for 4th month. I
Ninth Grade: Mat Chastain.
Eighth grade: Frances Bruce,
Sadie Nealy.
Seventh grade: Sallie Griffin,
Sixth grade. Ella Lewis,
Florence Stewart.
Third grade: Eula Stewart. V
Second grade: Don Roark, I
Katherine Hagood, Louise
Hutchings.
First grade: Ethel Adams,
Ellen Freeman, Edd Nealey,
James Partridge, Louise Bowen,
Lennie Galloway, Patti Porter, 3
Essie Stewart.
J, W. Ballentine,
Griffin-Whitten
The following from Sunday's e
Greenville :News will be of in- r
terest to Miss Griffin's many 1
friends in this county:
"Cards have been received
announcing the marriage on
Jan. 20 of Miss Minnie Lee
Griffin and Mr. Walter Dacus
Whitten. t
The bride is a daughter of f
Mr. Smith Griffin of Greenville I
county; a graduate of Green- 3
ville Female College and popu- f
lar among a wide circle of f
friends. Mr. Whitten has for c
six years been connected with f
the R. E. Allen & Bro. Co., and I
is a young man of sterling t
worth and integrity. They
have the best wishes of hosts of E
friends".
t
Editor Gets Pardon 1
Governor Blease has granted
a pardon to V. B. Cheshire, of
Anderson, who was convicted
on the charge of carrying con
cealed weapons and sentenced
to pay a fine of $25 or serve 30 '
days on the chain gang. Mr.
Cheshire is owner of one of the,'
three papers which supported
Gov. Blease last -summer.
Tiltman Chosen Senator
The 1eported opposition to
Senator Tillman did not mate
rialize and he was unanimously
elected to the United States sen
ate by the legislature Tuesday. <
No member of either house vo- i
ted against him.
Death of Mrs.
G. W. Griffin
On January 21st, 1913, the
spirit of Mrs. Fannie A., wife ]
of Mr. George W. Griffin, took i
its flight from the sorrows and <
sufferings of earth to the joys
of Heaven.
Mrs. Griffin was a daughter j
>f the late Clark Young and t
was born near George's Creek (
:hurch in Pickens county, Aug- (
ist 3, 1855. She joined the t
:hurch at Cross Roads and was I
)aptized by Rev. Thomas Loop- 1,
tr about 30 years ago. She was I
narried to G. W. Griffin Dee- I
,mber 31, 1874. Mrs. Griffin v
eaves an only daughter, Mrs. t
'. T. Hughes, of Greenville. t
)he was the last member of a s
arge family. It was a rather i:
ingular co-incidence that four- v
>rothers-in-law were present at c
he burial; viz., Messrs. Alva t
lcWhorter, M. B. Richardson, t
]arle Smith and G. W. Griffin. ii
Mrs. Griffin was a good wo- 11
aan and for seyeral years had c
een in feeble health. ii
After the burial her daughter y
vas looking through her Bible n
nd found a little note Mrs.
rriffin had written on Sunday, i
uring the year 1911, while her m
usband was at church. In the cl
ote she prayed that God would E
less her husband who had been d
o good to her. It will be a ti
ource of great joy to our broth
r as long as he lives to remem- ri
er her dying prayer. and to a
:now that he had been faithful tl
o her in sickness as well as in
Lealth.
In the presence of many sor
owing friends and loved ones
er funeral was held in the M.
. church. being conducted by
ter pastor, Rev. E. V, Babb, as
isted by her former pastor, Rev.
). W. Hiott, and the Methodist
astor, Rev. A. E. Holler. p
There her body was laid away
o rest in the Westview ceme
ary till God shall bid her rise. k
'he dutiful, affectionate wife r
nd mother has gone to her re- v
7ard, but her influence will live ]
orever.
Blessed are the dead who die
a the Lord, for their works will b
ollow them. D. W. H.
n
Vant Larger Pen
a
The Jasper Hawthorne Camp
f Easley has passed the follow
solution and sent a copy to the
agislature,
To the General Assembly of a
outh Carolina.,
Gentlemen:
Whereas, the old sodiers of
be war between the States are
n
ast dying out. and will soon all
e gone, and many of them aree
ery feeble and unable to workC
or a living, and in view of the
act that none of them want t
ie in the poorhouse, and but
ew of them want to leave their
omes and relatives and go to
be Soldiers Home in Columbia. 1
And whereas, the State of
~outh Carolina being abundant- a
y able to pay all of her old sol
iers (not only those over seven-a
y years old, but all who lost a
mb or in any way so maimedh
s not to be able to work) a lib
ral pension, and let them stay
t home among their relatives
nd friends.
Therefore be it resolved that
e, the Jasper Hawthorn Camp,
o. 285, Easley, S. C., in an
ual meeting assembled, do
ereby memorialise and urge
-our Honorable Body to pass
he Hon. Mr. Strit's pensionI
ill now before the senate.
If you would do anything for i
be old soldiers do it quickly.
B. C. Johnson, Coin.
Elias Day, Adjutant.
P. S.-We believe every state|A
'ught to pension her own sol
1ers.
Easley. S. C., .Tan. 27.
Pickens Man In
vents Hay Saver
John F. Harris, of Pickens,
:as invented a device that
>romises to revolutionize the
-uring and saving of hay. He
-alls it the Dixie Daisy Hay
tack Ventilator and has ap
)lied for a patent on it. - It is a
ripod, and the means or basis
f ventilation is an open
hamber or flue in the cen
er of the haystack between the
ngs of the tripod which becomes
irger as the process of curing
rogresses and the hay shrinks.
t has a natural tendency down
ard from a spike above down
o and against a spike below,
hereby Producing an air pas
age below each spike, connect
3g the open air on the outside
rith the air chamber in the
enter of the haystack permit
.ng the gases to pass out from
ie center or the air to pass into
at thirty-two points of venti
ttion, which renders the pro
3ss of heating and combustion
npossible. No matter how
,et when stacked it never
ioulds and never rots.
This is the first device ever
ivented for saving of hay and
,e look for Mr. Harris to be
me famous for this invention.
[e is in Columbia this week
amonstrating his ventilator at
1e National Corn Exposition.
Mr. D. B. Finney has the
ght to sell them in this county
rad commenced his canvass
As week.
Ir. Williams in
the Limeiit
The Atlanta Journal's Colum
ia correspondent writes his
aper:
"The bill abolishing the death
enalty was overwhelmingly
illed, although its author, Rep
sentative Williams, made a
igorous fight.for it. reviewing
>e incidents of Bibical record
i support of his bill. His speech
irnished much laughter for the
ouse, but he stuckc to his sub
set, pleading with the members.
:f you keep capital punish
ient and are a Biblical people,
yllolw its injunction, and when
criminal is to be put to death
it him be stoned, the sheriff to
ast the first stone'."
A Correction
Mr. Editor: Allow me to make
little correction of a statement
rhich appeared in The Sentinel
E last week, as to "Messrs.
owen and Lawrence," stating
1at their commissions as co.m
iissioners were issued for the
arm of four years. I bee to
>rrect this as to my part, as
iy commission only calls for a
arm of two years.
J. M. Lawrence.
J. S, Christopher. who recent
r seyered his connection with
1e local barber shop, has
ccepted a position in J. E,
mith's barber shop in Liberty,
dwe understand will move
is family to Liberty at an
irly date. Sam is a good citi
mn and a good barber and we
rn't see why he was persuaded
leave a good town. We are
>rry to have this excellent
imily leave our midst.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
ho Kind You Have Aiwasa Bought
Inture of
end us your Job
Work.

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