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For Musta1 InstrUments~go to Trammeli's
Musical ace, Pickens.
Below is a record of Piano sales made luring the
rst-three years by MR. F.H. TRAMMEU., Gf Tramme
Musical Palace, Pickens. You've heard the old ynd
Streesayin, "The proof, of the pudding is the eating
thereof," and t1e fact that year after- year thr& same
salesman can make large sales in the same section
Sr. MTrammell has sold Pianos in difie ent places t
Skens County, 51 Pianos. Out of Pianosin the
f fickens, he has sold22.
conde County,55. Outof60P osin Westminster
Tis record by far xceeds that of any other Piano
salesman in the state Besides the Pianos, M. TRAN
iEi~has sld a lar e number of Organs.
During this 're MR. TRAMMEU was selling Pianzs
rsomeone ,and now that he has opened up a
si'ess of ' own in Pickens,.he 'Will greatly appre
ciate the atronage of the good people of Pickens
county nd guarantees satisfaction.
Of an kiids and will pay highest market
preqs for same. Bring us your chickens,
eggs, hams corn, peas, etc. We are paying
c for good- hams. Just received, another
cattoad of that good flour.
See us before you buy.
~.FINDLEY & STANSELL Pces)
AT EASLEY'S BUSY STORE
Edwin L:Bolt & Co., Easley, S.C.
Remeunber. we keep goods coniing in all the
timne. We -can not buy enough the first of the season
to run us through the entire season because we would
not know 'what to buy. Anyway, we prefer to buy 1
toften and keep our stock fresh and keep the new
things which come out from time to time.. Our buyer
has just recently returned from his second visit to
m arket this season, where he picked up a lot of special
bargains. Below we mention a few special things
- 'Just .received, a case of 36 inch Bleaching in short -i
lengths, to go on sale at 5c yard.
Just received, 1000 yards of the best grade Calico, the .
6c kind, in 10 to 20 yard lengths, to go at 5c yard.
Justo received, one case good Apron Ginghams, value
8consaleat 5c~ yard. -
Just received, a big line of ladies' and misses White ]
Dresses, in crepes, voilles and organdies. -Just the thing
for commencement. Priced from $1.98 to $8 00. .We
also have a pretty line of 'Children's Dresses in lawn,
percale and ginghams front 48c to $1.50.
Just received, 100 pairs Men's Fine Dress Panits,
valueup to $2.00. -Sizes slightly broken. Come and find
your size and take a pair for only 98c.
Shoes and Oxfords
We have a very pretty line of foot-wear. Have got
all the latest in this season's styles in Pumps, Colonial
Pumps, and Button Oxfords. --
. Come to see us befoie you buy your Spring Suit. -
We can sell you a suit for $10.00, the same kind you
* have been paying $12.50 and $15.00. Why not let us .
saye you $5.00 on your suit? We have thein from $5.00
to $15.00: Also a full line of boys' suits in all the leading
colors in Norfolks and Double Breast style. Prices $1.50 C
Just a few prices for comparison:
36-inch guaranteed all-wool serge for 48c.'r
36-inch wool creape, the new material for skirts 48c yd
Best grade fruit bleeching only 10c yd.
39-inch Sea Island sheeting, the L. L. grade, 5c vd. c
Figured curtain scrim only 5c yd.
fA2 big boxes Searchlight matches only 5c.
3 cakes toilet soap for 10c.
8 cakes best laundry soap for 25c.
i 10 full pound boxes soda for 25c.
All kinds of calicoes, apron ginghams and cotton
checks at 5c yd.
When in Easley make our store your headquarters.
Our clerks will be glad to show you whether you want
to buy or not. Dr. J. L. Bolt is now a partner in this
usiness and he will be glad to meet and wait on% ail of
lu k riends.s
EDWIN L. BOLT & CO.
The Store That's Always Busy3
Easley, S. C .
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Of S School
The 1913-1914 session of the Pick=e
raded-High school came to a 40i.6es
reek with a series of briliant~ieises
hich ended Friday night with the
raduatmg exercises literary.rad
ress. Wednesday ad Thursdaynights
here were entertainents by the pupils
f the graded school.
The following is the program ren
ered Friday night and the names of
he nine members of the graduating
.Invocation by Rev. L. E. Wiggins.
Class History-Minnie Herd.
Rules and Regulations-Fletcher Por
Class Poem-Flora Kelley.
Class Will-Charlie Welborn.
Literary address by Dr. Mark L. Cir
Awarding of diplomas by Supt. R. T.
The program was a most entertainin
ne, and the -address by Mr. Carlislh
was enjoyed by'alland rave each on(
rhe heaird him something to thiul
As Professor.Ballentine ha resignei
s principal of the sohool-here, this wa
is last session and he made averyneai
Lnd appropriate talk, thanking th(
atrons and trustees for their co-opera
ion and bespeaking a continuance of i1
dith the succeeding principal. Forfoi
rears Mr. Ballentine has had charge o0
he school here and it is with afeelini
f regretthat the pole hive him UP
Miss Daisy McDonal who -has beei
;eacher in the hig scho61, hai.also re
digned, much to the megret of those in
erested in the school. During her ser
rice here she has proved herself a mos
The sessipn just closedwas a success
uL one and the graduating class is ai
ceptionally handsome and intelligen
All the exercises were well attended
Easley School Uloses
At the close of a most successful ses
dion of the Easley school, Dr. Reii
mith, of S. Z. Uiesity, delivere
in able literary address Friday, May29
rhere were 21 graduates this - year
3ari Perry won the- Geer medal in th
eclarnation contest, Judson Stewar
oming second. Miss Mary Wyatt wo:
the historymedal givenby the U.D.C.'s
wd the medal for most improvement t
nusic went to Miss Lake Williams.
The following graduated: - Billie Ar
ferson, Roy Elbson, Orlando Folger
Willie Jones, Osborne Williams, CS
KeMahan, Carl- Perry, Frank Rogers
Charles -King, Lewis Wyatt, Lawrenc
[,enhardt, Emily Robinson,LydieThorri
ton, Jennie Robinson, Margaret Sellers
)bera Walker, Marion Sims, Flossi
Williams, Tomsie Hendricks, Ethe
Wyatt, Nora Wyatt.
emory of Little Ivy L. Gilstral
Little Ivy Leonard, infant son of Mi
md Mrs. J. S. Gilstrap, died May 15
1914, and-was buried atIeFriendshil
urying ground. Little Ivy was abou
ne year and eleven months old at thi
time of his death. Little Ivy was
sweet. child and was loved'by all wh
new him, and his death was;
ihock to his parents and loved ones
sweet little Ivy is gone, but he is noc
forgotten, -andwe all hope to meet hiri
some glad day in the home where ther,
ill be no tears shed and no sad.partin;
ever comes. Little Ivyleaves a father
nother and one brother to mourn hi
reath, beside ahostof relatives. Swee
ittle Ivy is gone, but we hope to mee
aim in a beautiful land on high.
arecious one from our home is gone an
mplace is vacant which can never b
illed. Fafewell, dear little Ivy; tak
by rest; we hope to meet you som
lay. His COUSIN.
Pea Ridge Dots
Mr. Editor-Will you allow
me space in The Sentinel to le
bhe people hear from this sec
ion. I have'beex reading th
news from all parts of thi:
county and I take a great inter
st in reading it all. If more of
ais would write to The Sentine
it would be more interesting.
There was a large-crowd in at
bendance at the union meetini
at Mountain View last Sunday
and it seems that everbody ha<
, good time, especially when th<
bable was spread. I. 'D. Ric<
and familyvfrom Norris attende<
,W. 0. Garrett, who has beer
iome for some time on sic]
eave, is reported much better a
Messrs. J. A. Roper, G. W
3arrett and families went ti
Eeowee on a big fishing sprei
ast week. They reported goo<
uck and a good time.
Pea Ridge crops are lookini
ne since the little shower
some people holler before the'
et hurt, especially when i
:omes a little dry spell in Ma'
>r June. The dry weather ha
1ot damaged anything excepi
;mall gramn., LONELY BoY.
Cross Plains Dots
John Williams has purchasei
new buggy; also John Looper
Mr. and Mrs. E. Freeman vis
ted Andy Heaton last Sunday
Ernest Smith of Anderson vis
ted E. A. Julian last Sunday
Ellis Davis is running a suc
essful fish cafe in connectior
ith his store.
We have had a refreshing
an and it helped the farmers
s well as laid the dust.
Part of the Hester W. 0. W.
amp visited Willow camp al
'hite House school house and
njoyed being with the boys.
We regret to learn that Miss
trrie Alexander, who has been
perated on for appendicitis, has
tot improved any and is still
Misses Mary. Clarabell and
lra Harn of Lincolnton, N.C.,
~ere the charming guests of J.
-. Alexander Saturday and
We are haying a good Sunday
hool at Mt. Cannel. All the
oung folks are urged to come
nad make this a progressive
hoo. And don't forget that our
Ioir practice meets Saturday
At Our Soda
You will find it especial
ing. We give close att
we serve. 'If you w,
nice, something that. is
Hires Root Beer just a!
We think our ice Crean
J. N. NAuuM
- Greg Mauldin sells Pepsi-Cola' cc
Miss Ruth Rainey of Norcross in
t is visiting -Miss Lorena Taylor. ti
Mrs. W. T. Jeanb has been tr
a visiting relatives and friends in f
- Mrs. E. M. Gillespie -is on a
week's visit to relatives in Au- a
Mrs. J. D.Hughey and Miss V
i Nellie Grandy are -visiting in! le
Greenville. . A
W. T. Durham of route 6 was .
e a business visitor at the county d
seat Friday. I0
' F. H. Anderson, court stengo- I,
" rapher for this district, will a3
make his home in Pickens. ai
L Mr. E. A. Cooper of Crow;
Creek section was a business' r
e visitor in Pickens Saturday. hi
. Miss Odessa Wilson of Greer i
e has been spending some time 01
with Miss Florence Stewart. d
The rain Thursday was gen- fc
eral throughout the county, but
was heavier in the uppf half.
Misses Janet Bolt and Marie ti
Epps, students- of Anderson t
t College are visiting Miss Mattie jj
o Miss Hattie Earle, who has B
a been teaching in Laurens, has it
Sreturned to Pickens to spend thee
a summer with her narents.
* Miss Nellie Shealy of Little m
SMountain is sperfding several g
s weeks in Pickens with her sis- t
t ter, Mrs. J. W. Ballentine. ,a
b The old reliable!trio-Stewart, til
i Boggs and burns-is on deck do- fr
*ing the clerical work for the th
e court. They cannot be beat.
J. A. Gilstrap, of the Central w
side, has had the paint brush fc
used on his hou~se recently and th
it adds much to its appearance. mi
E. M. Gillespie, superinten- Si
tdent of the Pickens Oil Mill, is
-in Columbia attending the state C]
Smeeting of oil mill superinted- in
- See the lesson about the Ford in
Ecar in this issue. W. N. Jones te
1 and L. J. Smith agents have ey
sold several in the county .re- of
SMiss Essie Freeqian, formerli in
of Pickens, was a member of at
the graduating class of the ol
3 Perry, Oklahoma, high school pl
Misses Lizzie Belle and Alice t
Thompson and Willie Mae La- t
tham, of Greenville, have been
C visiting friends and relatives inF
*Two candidates are announc- ai
for re-election this week-J. M.S
Lawrence for county commis-v
sioner and Taylor H. Stewart se
f or treasurer.n
ofWe learn that a small child Ii
ofMr. Nelson Chastain, of the pi
Griffin section, died of typhoid IT
fever Monday and was buried bi
at Griffin Tuesday. .ti
B Do not forget the all day sing
ing at Keowee the first Sunday ol
in June. Everybody-invited to
be present and spend a pleasant .
and profitable day. a
Dick Jennings of Greenville, a
came over and spent Sunday d
I with his wife and baby, who pt
-are visiting Mrs. Jennings' pa- n
- rents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Grif- lii
. fin. n
- The keowee Pharmacy has f
just received a large and com
plete line of the famous Nyal di
remedies. Be sure to read the L
big ad on the front page of The S
Sentinel this week. w
While we are not authorized 1
to announce that Hon. E. P.
McCravey, of Easley, will be a H
candidate for the state senate,
we are almost sure that he will
be in the race and wvill announce
Stranger: (Seeing the ciust
bulging up after the rain.) Cl
What is that moving along your
cotton bed: must be a mole bur
Farmer: No, that's the cotton tic
coming up. w
Miss Ina Jaynes will be at Cl
Pickens View, the new Wesley- ar
an church, on next Sundaym
morning at 10 o'clock, for thee
purpose of organizing a mission- ov
ary meeting. The public is cor
dially invited to attend. 'P
See The~entinel forsprinting, all
ly good and pleas- fe
ention to the drinks R
mft something very Zi
very healthful, drink li"
it comes out of the
1 is as good as can
Trammell's Musical Palace is C]
ntinually receiving musical b
struments and from the way
ey are beinig received and dis
ibuted it will not be long' be
re the county is supplied with
>od musical instruments.
Miss Lorena Taylor entertain- a
I the G. F. 0. club Monday 2'
ternoon. . Besides the.regular ol
embers present were Mrs. J.
r. B3allentine, Miss Mattie Find- d
y and Miss Nellie Shealey. ia
n ice course was served.
Candidates or friends of can- o1
dates will confer a favor up- 1i
i us and themselves by not s(
iking that announcements be k
iblished before paid for. No p
mnouncement will be published h,
ter this week unless paid for. E
The Greenville & Knoxville di
lroad was sold Monday to the el
ghest bidder for $35.100. For e:
Le present the road* 'will be ti
>erated -as -formerly, but no a
dfinite information has been f(
ven out as to the future plans -eA
r the road.
The followineg teachers in the
tckens school have returned to tx
Leir respective homes to spend
Le summer: Miss Daisy Mc- t
onald, Bethune; Miss Ellen st
nderson, Ninety Six; Miss Kate a
allard, Franklinton, N. 0. All m
te other teachers live in Pick
One of 4the most pleasant
eetings of the Entre Nous club ]1
et with Mrs. Bruce Haegood
ednesday evening. The at- he
ndance was unsually large m
id each seemed to have the ti
:ne of her life. D~elicious re
eshments were served during -
Mrs. Gary Lee, i missionary
ho has been working in China da
r many years, made one of 2
e strongest missionary talks, '
the Pickens Methodist church -
mnday morning, that it has
er been our privilege to hear.
pith Mrs. Lee was a native 81
iinese girl, who sang a song ofs
Chinese language. th
All citizens of Six Mile and
imediate vicinity who are in
rested in having a telephone
change located at the town
Six Mile are requested and of
ged to be present at a meet- el<
g there on Saturday, June 13,
2 o'clock. A representative
the Bell telephone Co. will be
'esent and plans will be dis- ~
tssed relating to telephones so
id the establishing of a cen- er
al office at Six Mile.
Oliver, the two year old child
Mr. and Mrs.- F. Bradley m,
ield, died at- their home in ce
?'est End Friday at 7 o'clock, D<
id the body was laid to rest at_
acona Sunday, Rev. .L. E.
riggins conducting the funeral
rvices. The little fellow had of
>t been sick quite two weeks. da
their hour of sore trial the su
~rents have the sympathy of v~
any friends. May God's
essings be with them and help
tem bear their grief. e
Little Annie Ruth Simmons. si<
Pickens county is the grand- D
iild of nine living grandparents.
3e is a daughter of lo~gram
mmons and her grandparents ~
e Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Simmons el
id Mr. and Mrs. J. A.- Hol- Pi
tr, who are Mrs.. Simmons' ta
trents. Besides the grand- *el
others and grandfathers, the
:tle girl has three great grand
others and two great grand- I
Mrs. Sarah Jane Henderson of
ed at tbe home of her son, R. ~
Henderson in Pickens last
Lturday. The funeral services
ere held at the home by Major th
M. Stewart on Sunday and su
e body was taken to Mt. Ta- P~
>r church for burial. Mrs.
enderson's home was in Tran
lyania county. N. C., but she
td been visiting in th'.s section
veral months. She was ill
>OU t two weeks. E
iamberlain's Colic, Cholera and f
Every family without excep- a
>n should keep this prepara- no
in at hand during the hot of
3ather of the summer months. <N
iamberlain's Colic, Cholera ~1
d Diarrhoea Remedy is worth tie
mny times its cost when nered
and is almost certain to be..
eded before the summer is '1
er. It has no superior for the PlO
rpoes for which it is intend- 'r '
Buy it now. For sale by IFA
Will Hester wasthe-kuest of
)ck Hester Sunday. -
Dave Porter and wife were
iting Joel H. Miller.and wife
Mr. Eck Jones and wife were
iting Mr. Z. T. Jones and wife
Miss Zoa Porter is spending a
w days with her sister, Mrs.
gdon of Easley.
Lee Foster and wife of the
on section visited B. H. Wil
Lms last week.
Miss Ruth Norris, of Easley
as the guest of Miss Flossie
illiams last week.
Mrs. J. Frank Williams and
tildren of Sumter are visiting
latives here at present.
Miss Lillian Hendrix, who has
en attending school at G.F.C.,
at home fcir the vocation.
Mr. Avery Jones of the Griffin
ction was the guest of his
'other, Mr.Z.T.Jones, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. John Anthony
ere the guests of the latter's
other, Mrs. Mi!lie Hendrix.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Leslie of
te.Enon section were the guests
Robert Porter and family
Listen! There will be an all
. singing at Cedar Rock
murch the first Sunday. Every
>dy invited. Come and enjoy
te day with us. REXIE.
Death of.a Little Child
James Marshall Roper, son of
r. and Mrs. John Roper, died
their home in Central, May
I, 1914, being only 14 months
Marshall was taken sick Sun
ty night and failed very rap
ly until -Wednesday night,
hen he died. Although he was
ly a small child, yet while he
red he. greatly endeared him
If to his parents and those who
ew him best, and a vacant
ce is left in the honre and
art that can only be healed by
im who said: "Cast thy bur
is upon the Lord, for he car
h for you." Marshall was an
rceptionally bright and attrac
e child, but may tfie sweet
surance that hehas gone-to be
rever with the Lord have the
feet of drawing our hearts and
inds away from those things
hich are seen and are temporal
theunseen and eternal home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roper -thank
eir friends who helped and
oo by them in their affliction,
id trust that rich blessings
ay ever come their way.g *
or House of Repsresentatives
The friends of JAMES P. CAREY, JR.,
reby announce him as. a caudidate for
ember of the, House of Representa
res from Pickena county, subject .to
e action of the Democratic voters in
e prjmary election.
[ hereby announce myself as a candi
t for Auditor of Pcens county,
bject to the action of the Democratic
ters in the primary election.
.HENRY A. TowNES.
t the solicitation of friends I hereby
nounce myself as a candidatefor- the
ice of Treasurer of Pickens county,
bject to the action of thfe voters in
e Democratie priary el'ection.
[ hereby announce yself a candidate
e re-election to the ffce of Treasurer
Pickens county, subject to the action
the voters in te Democratic primary
etion. TAYL~0R H. SrTEWART.
rhe many friends of the Hon. E. F.
>OPER hereby announce him as a can
late for the office of County Supervi
r. subject to the rules of the Demo.
atic party in the primary election.
At the solicitation of friends I offer
self as a candidate for re-election to
e office- of Supervisor of Pickens
unty, subject to the action of the
JAMEs B. CRA.IG.
For County Commissioner
The many friends of W. S. PARSONs,
Liberty, announce him as a candi
te forCommxisioner of PickensCounty,
bject to the choice of the Democratic
ters in the coming primary election.
At the earnest solicitation of friends,
ffer myself as a candidate for re
etion to the office of County Commnis
ner, subject to the action of the
emocrati'e primary election.
G. W. BOWEN.
At the solicitation of friends I hereby
nounce myself as..a candidate for re
etion to the office of Commissioner of
ekens county, subject to the action of
e Democratic party in the primary
action. -J. M. LAWRENCE.
At the earnest solicitation of friends
ffer myself as a candidate for Coroner
Pickens county, subject to the choice
the Democratic voters in the coming
imary election. J. R. BURGESS.
At the solicitation of friends I offer
self as a candidate for re-election to
e office of Coronor of Pickens county,
bject to the action of the Democratic
imary. J. "E. MEDLIN.
ARMERS: t Call on or write G. A.~
is for the st hay press in the world
;t's shop, P kens, S ampe C.ar
e take or rs for engraved wedding
-itations, ouncements, school an
mement , , and engraved work
all kinds. Work of the highest
lity. The ickens Sentinel.
want to b y two or three dozen cat
between e ages of one and three
u-s, and few muleanolts. R. A.
ster, S. C. ,4. 48tf
'his i us ~ o hoes,4
We still closing out our Dry
+Goods, Shoes Notions, Clothing,
Millinery, etc., and we are offer
ing some special values in .aies
+ Queen Quality Oxfords'and
+ Crossett Oxfords. Almost
shape or leather to selet
SWe are givmg a sub
+ on these we1l known makes,
+ We are closiri out this d
ment and yocanbuya nicei#
for less than one-half the
It will pay you to visit th
Store beforeyoumake your Spr
"Best for all walks of Life.'
Eaymind and easy feet are ~
co-partners in the big business
olie.Big things are seldom
don i apinch. .Equip your
seffor success. Life's race
goes to the foot-fitted, not the V
fleet-footed. The- man who
wezars Piedment, Shoes is foot
fitted, He stands squarely,
walks briskly and has the smile
that wins' His shoes are right
from every point of view-fit, ~,
PIEDMONT SHOE CO.
Greenville's Big Shoe toei
CORNE "Whlere theJBig ShoaLUIeetU
['e State of South Carolina, For A
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition from the free- ~ j~
alders and electors of Rnhamah School -ui
istrict Number 5 has been filed with
he County Board of Education askin - I,
tat an election be held to determnin
~hether ornot an additional special levy
if six mills shall be levied on said dis-Ic Tea Glasses, 5C and 755~
rit for school purposes.
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus- St
es of the above-named district do hold~ Exr hef Tent .Le .h
an election in-said district on the 20th ~~
ay of June, 1914, at the school house. I Will stand* some knocks, 5(~
he trustees are hereby apointedman- Se.
gers. the election to be coducted inj .ie ndu
:cordance with section 1742 of the gen- NemdumweightTu
al statutes. blers 25c Set:
By order of the County Bor fEd- 'rp-i'hrfy o,4
Std Secy. and Charnman. :and Soc each. &
' Statement ' Jelly Tumblersas 3-and
f ownership, management, etc., re- Doz n. Fwias
uired by the act of August 24, 1912, of Ecnm Fri a f
'he Pickens Sentinel, published weekly oiyoee-,
a Pickens, S. C., forArl 1914: sthe best on the narket whX 6
Edir mnagr .pO. lisher - GIary prop~erly handled~ $ .25 ~T
Stockholders-G. R. Hendricks, E. Hza 5for half gallon-size.
~raig, A. J. BogJ. McD). Brdee - Alu numn -j poon '
ay Hiott, I. M. Mudin, B. T. M- - C
aniel, T. J. Mauldin, R. E. Bruce, aHl Set: '
ifPickens. rtaes ]Auminum Table S
Kown bondholders, mo and
her security holders, ho ding 1-per 50c Set.
nt or more of total amount of bonds, I___.
ortgages, or other' securities-None. ET ~ s
GARY HIOrr, Manager. uiE &
Sworn to and subscribed to beforeme
SFeMcFAL ,N- ,f S. C. Crg & . C.
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)m. aillle 5 billi