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T..1E PICIKENS SENTINE
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Established 1871-Volume 45 PICKENS, S. C., JU LY 29, 1915
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES
CICOR COLLEGE FOR VOMEN
- Chrixian Influences.
I Monfe-like Sunroundings.
4 SOeect Student-boip.
IOdRege of Uberal Arts and
400nservatory of .Music.
#Sjehools of Art.Epression and
An Ideal Co91eve for Women
Wor Catalogue.and Information
REV. S. C. SWRD, D. D.,
Columbia, S. C.
SPAIRT.AmURC, S. C.
+ A Chistian College with high *tandards and ideals. viell-o'uipped
Labyorutories and Library. Stmag Faculty and full coursei, Next
. sesion begins September 15th. 'Write for catalogue.
.*. HEINRY W. Sl VDER, Preadenst.
'Wdoftord CoRege Fitting School .
A high grade preparatory schod! for boys. I nvidual attenAm Cure
fuli moal -tFaimimg. $185 paysail expenses. Next sesRion fptember -
15. For'catalogue address
Ht E A Al M A S T E R
Spa tlansrg, .- - . - South Cansina
Medical College of the Stateof Sout Carolia
CHARLESTON, S. C.
.ScheOis of Medicine & Pharmacy
0 whed and Conterdlk-1 by the Stark
G)oteber 1, 191tr-ends Jutne U1,
1916. Fine new tlhree-stovy bull
' dling opposite Roper Hosi'tai.
Laboratories of Ohemisty., Bar,
tieiiiology, Anatomy , Phyxiology,
Phafi'macologyV atxl Pharmacy
WfoVorded W% i i, c.-Q w, CR-Odern
-s1uipment. The Roper Hirospi
(l.e of t-e 'lamest assi 'est
.e)(quikgped hosi'takh in the South,
BUILDING contamns 2118 :eds. and with -ana
-exteisive (uit-patient wije,
'tffters un1siupacssd cliilcal ad
-anltlges. ra0t$ical womrk in
dispensary f tr pharmwam(lm~ibtal
4students. Tvo years grAwuata.d
.seiwiee in iRoperhopita I vAa six
appoinments ach year. Iiio
paiment (of Pvysiology aud Em
'liwology in aildiiation widIa 'thdie
Cha'ilesl on Musr&eou .n. Teat 'call
fmien( teachers in labon(II .>ry('1'.y
brandhkes. For-catalog iu
OCearleata. S. C.
'o .HOSPITAL A :a
Gree~nviflle, S. C. Itpy tbu ocah.Ses
Affords wmpletex dvantages fo atOc.PcesFmdwr
a broad, liberaleducstion. Trains Grcr Ci ay
its studenrte for l'iv~e of fullest
efficiency and r e sponsaib i li ty.
Equipment, faculty, e o u rsaes of
entirely i hhrmone weh.presen.
ntiqry ull~gcashpe, tonhis sUC esonolh a
iaio~t mmdern lalteroA..oWnodnMew
K cinrrtaleilt an cficeatwor.g Mi~z~e~ned for $i5. ~Thr
B. R.51(1M.A.dereo. .4ertue ma r e ha il eqa hi a
* ingin lthatO teCare makings acdiscount
ieaingodlloal tes e mahinsf ech
Thooug corse ladig t d Ito pytoliigi buyC forS cash. Seeu
at(once Pikns HardwarVe &
bstuato1ndvl ura inn ees~t~liti areI.OIlI ssm r
atnairely iniuharmonyFo withl. pesent..
muorybuilingsttu e alogTth
coitbletoien Cllce ge,'work.n
Langages R elees, Prltictain
Around Mt. Carmel
Members of embroidery club
met at the home of Miss Maymie
Williams last Saturday after
noon and spent several hours
sewing and otherwise engaged.
A pleasant hour was enjoyed
and delicious refreshments were
served by Miss Williams.
Last Saturday afternoon the
annual picnic of the Lenhardt
Sunday school was held at the
spring on the Holcombe place,
near George's Creek church.
A bout 60 participated in the fes
tivities. This Sunday school is
to be-congratulated for the spirit
of hiendliness and faithfulness.
A typical lawn party was giv
en at R. Mack Hill's on Easley
4"vte 61 last Saturday evening.
Miss May Pepper of Easley
mute 5 has been the guest of
Mrs. Ford Williams at Dacus
The protractedl meeting which
rhas been in Prog-ress at Dacus
ville Methodist hurch will close
Friday night. Rev. Mr. Mulli
ken has been preachi.ng sermons
of force and power.
Mt. Cannel people are looking
forward to the hom)oming Sat
urday and Staday with antii
Buckhalter, -the walnut timber
man, has been in this section for
a North Carolina :piano manA
Volta 0. Lathemn., wife and
little daughter and Clarence V.
Lathem and wife and -daughter
of Arizona arrived.Saturday for
a visit'to reilatives. 'Their friendE
are pleased to welcome them tc
the native heath :af.ter an ab
sence of two years.
The fAneral of MAr. Cy Davif
was held and interment took;
place at Mt. Carmei last Satur.
day at 12 6olook. He died al
Brandon aip-ll, Greenville. HE
was about -40 years-of age and
leaves a wmife and -several ohil
dren. An aged nother andisev
eral brotheom ;and -sisters also-sur
Mis~sex Avmiie May Fullor an(d
Fay Gulick of Greenville and
Nora Boling of Asheville are
guests at the home of M. W.
Hester this 'week.
Mrs- T. M..Jones-spent ceveral
(lays in Galbenville last week with
her daughter. Mrs. Will Groce,
who has buon sick.
Vineland -school wil open .its
summer session August 2.
day of last week with an enroll
ment of moe than 10 pupils.
Lenhardt echool opened its
slimer session July 21, with
M isThom)as oN>eneca, in charge.
Maynard schooI opened July
19, with John Newton and his
sister, Miss Newton., as teachers.
WV. A. anid J. N. Looper have
purchasedl at touring car.
Everything seems to *be nmov
i-ug along niicely on this side of
the counl iiy at presenlt. Farmers
are closing un1 theiri farm work
as fast as they can. A rain is;
badly needed to finish up everv
,Lohn R. McComb~s, son of WV.. M\. Me..
-Comb)s.Lt dIied at his home near Cedar
1Rock Monday night from typhoid fever,
aifter.amn illnes's of several weeks. Hie
wa.: years of age and is survived by
his wif' and one childj, an infant about
five meo,,ths old. HeI was a member of
the W.. .Q. W. Camp of Cross floads.
F'uner'al andl interment took place at
layor (. 1'. Hiendricks of
Pickens has been very ill anid
suffer'ing exceedling pain for the
p~ast two days as a result of a
spider bi te he received early
Monday inorning. lHe wvas re
ported as imeproving Wednes
Tlhere is noI ot her paper which
gives yout as5 mluch general,
state and1( Pickens (county neOws
as Thel Pickens Sentinel. not to
mentioni our1 conitinne~d story and
other featutres which no other
paper in this section gives its
subhscibers. W\e give von this
at the s-mall cost of two -cents a
wveek . (n y ou a lfford to (10
witlUOi'eit vuirr cout v fy]per for
so smuall ar p rice! YVou cannot.
YOU are unfair to .yourself and
your famiily if vou do not take
youri county paper when It of
fer' you so much for so little.
Oolenoy News Notes
Oolenoy, July 25. -Mr. an(
Mrs. E. J. Chastain were the
recent guests of the latter's par
ents, lion. and Mrs. Matthew
W. E. Edens, Jr., was in
Greenville, Saturday on busi
Mrs. Jesse Morris of Pickens
was the recent .9pend-the-day
guest of her sister, Mrs. W. T'.
Batson of Marietta.
Miss Lois Hester, of Pickens,
arrives today to take charge of
the Newton school for the sum
Our Magistrate, Mr. S. T.
Keith, with his estimable fami
ly, are soon to leave here for the
Greenville city where they will
make their home. Mir. Keith
will engage in the merchandise
S. B. Edens and family while
en route to the city of Anderson
on last Sunqay spent awhile
with the family of W. C. Keith,
formerly a resident of this place.
The hospitable doors of Oolenoy
are now thrown open to niany
visitors who are being entertain
ed this week beginning with to
day., this is being observe(d as
children's day. Following this
will be the annual series of
meetings. Pastor Hammond
will be assisted in the work by
Rev. J. Dean Craine. This an
nouncement has been the source
of much interest and pleasure
is anticipated in having him in
our midst again.
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Anderson
were visitors at the home of the
lattef'3 mother, Mrs. L. A. Ro
Miss Mae Jones resumes work
at Enon -school near Travellers
Rest on Monday.
Mrs. Jesse Morris of Pickens,
who has been with her parents
here for some time, returned
-home Friday. Mrs. Morris be
gins the summer term of work
at Bethlehem school.
'Mr. John Smith Found Dead
MIr. John Smith, who lived at
Ferguson's crossing near Pick
ens, was found dead near his
ho'ne Wednesday evening, July
2. Hfl.(died suddeInly from ap
oplexy while workin in his
had .been working in the field
Wednesday. When he failed to
return home for supper his fai
ily becaiiie uneasy about him
an(l went in search of him. ie
was found (lead lying across his
hoe. Dr. L. F. Robinson was
.imme(liately sntiiioned [1and af
ter exam.ination le iade the
following statement: "This is
to certify that I was called and
saw Mr. John Smith on the
night of the 21st of July, 1915,
anid found! that he (lied from ap
oplexy., a rutptiure of blood v'es
sel on brain."
IThe coroner' was called, but
finding that de'ath1 was dule to
Mr. Smnith was a. son of the
late Nelsoni Smith and wa 5
year's old. lHe was a miodest and(
unIassulming miani andl all wVho
knew him were his fr'iend1s. Hie
was a good (itizeni ando will lbe
greatly miissed in his communi..
tv. Besides his wife lie is surt
vived byv several childrenCI and~
the sympliathy of the entirecom..
mluniity is extended to themi in
their h our i of' gief.
lFuner'al services were coni
dIucted at Tlabor' churIch by
Rev. L. WV. .Johnson.
10asley, J uly 24.--Easley 's
three (days' c'haiubmqulia closed1
here last evening wimh an ad
drIess b~y Dr. D). WV .. iil of
Clemson college, who is -le'ting
as platform manager' 'o, this
cir'cuiit, andl~ a performnane(- by
the Lyric Glee club. Th~Iis w~as
Easley's first chautauqua. in
spite (of lack of attendan -e by
lar'ge crowds there were 2 m ien
or' miore wvho were ent husiastic
over the series of'( enra in -
menits andl signed the CEn)lt rao't
guiaranteeing its r'turnI ne(xt
summerici. A different plani has
beeni laidl ont for' next ye ir. it
b.eing hoped that the chainitaui
Qua can be0 brought here~ whetn
a gala Week and county fair' are
This County Asked to
Queen of Hai
Young Women Are Asked to S
To Be Judged
The committees in charge of the Har
vest .Jubilee, to be held at Columbia in
conjunction with the State Fair, from
October 25 to October 30, inclusive,
have decided to crown the most beauti
ful woman in South Carolina "queen"
of the Harvest Jubilee. This "queen"
will be selected by a referendum vote,
and she will represent the whole state.
The young woman selected will be
equipped with an elaborate trousseau,
befitting her royal beauty and grace,
and she will sit in state on a handsomely
decorated "float" in the parade, at
tended by exquisite maids of honor, and
chivalric courteries will pay her homage.
The method of selection will be this:
Each young woman possessing beauty
of person and grace of mind is requested
to send her photograph to her county
paper, which will select a committee to
decide which is the photograph of the
most beautiful woman in its possession.
These photographs will be forwarded to
the publicity committee of the Harvest
Jubilee at Columbia, which in turn will
submit them to a committee composed
of the deans of the art department of
the leading women's colleges of th<
state. This committee will select the
most beautiful young woman from ece
county and forward the 44 photograph
to the publicity committee in Columbia
and then these photographs will be pub
lished in the leading papers in the statt
along with a blank ballot, with a reques
that the readers vote on the youn
woman among the 44 which they thin
Pickens County Items
Borni1, uito Rev. and Mrs. Jo<
Davis of Central route 3. a finl,
boy, Satird ay.
Thw h1orseswaV ers -f th'<(
coun tv will meet at Cen tral Ju
ly 28, 29 and 30. Everybody in.
vited to be on hand w'ith sone
thing t) trade.
All persons interested in the
gr-avevazrd and1 hur1 grounids
at Hlol lV Springs are requested
to meet there next Saturday,
July 31, for the puripose clean -
ing off same.
Slith's Grove church requests
eVeryone interested in thl Mnu
linax (eilletery to inmeet there
\Vednesday, August -1. am;nI help
clean of the gI-oull)ds. Bring
) ecessariv tools.
We0 ar eI -!vIIest0e"d to sIt IthatI ;
Pr'of. Dutff' Boldiing will sing at
Cion cord '11 chrch next Sundiay
afternoon at :s o'm'lock, and( hei
wvill also givet a shiortl lecture.
churchCl oin Saturi(Iny, but inot oin
Stinlay. i'iring your baskets
hieni c~iiihi relI reist ' -ry vin areretiues
ted1 to nlieet at t he ciliireh enarly
Tuesday morning, A\ugust, 8, foir
the lpurp'ose of cleainiig oiT the
grounids. Binig iie(cessa IV tools.
Those initereste'd in thle cemie
tory at Secoina chuiirch are re
(1uestedI to meet, at the church
F~ridlay morning. 'Jumly 30, for'
the purpose of' cleaning off the
fgrouinds. 1Winmg neccessary
Prof. Lucimco Cun mter, st ate ele
mientary sc'hool su peirvisor, was1
in PFickens Monday3 for a con fer'
mnce with Smupt. I?. TI. Hlallumi.
He also iimde an addl(ress at the
rpening of the Zioin gr'aded
W2~e nOt ic( by~ the Greenville
News that lITasley authorities
hiave olpened war on blind tigers
)ind last week J. TV. McKinney,
:isisted b~y only oneO other' of
ricer, suc ceeded in capturing ai
ariaI vzed negro lhind tiger.
Tlhe last chance to register for
lhe priohibitionl eletion in Sep
[ember wxill be Monday. Tuies
lay and Wednesday, August 2.
:3 and -I. D~on't fail to get your
re'gistr'ationl certificate so you can
vote ini the election Septembller 1-1.
Select Candidates For
end Photos to This Newspaper
the most beautiful. These votes will be
forwarded to the publicity committee in
Columbia, and the announcement of the
"queen" will be made on Monday. Oc
tober 11, 1915.
All photographs must be sent to the
county papers not later than August 15,
and the picture of the most beautiful
young wonan selected by each paper
will be sent to the publicity committee
in Columbia not later than August 20.
The committee of art professors will
then decide on the 44 photographs,
which will appear in print on the week
beginning Sunday, September 5, 1915.
The voting will then commence and the
polls will close at midnight Sept. 30.
This is an opportunity for some young
woman not only to be known as the
"most beautiful ydung woman in South
Carolina," one who will be honored by
the chivalry of the state, but she will
become the possessor of several hundred
dollars' worth of raiment that will de
light the soul of the most artistic and
particular. In addition to this her rail
way fare and expenses while in Colum
bia will be paid, and she will be the en
vied star of the state ball.
This paper requests all the young
women who desire to participate in this
i contest to send in their photographs at
once, and the most beautiful girl in this
- territory will be selected by a commit
t The name of the committee's .ioice
Z will be published in a subsequen issue
of this- paper.
Last week Sheiffii Roark suc
ceeded in -getting $5 from a
man who gave a wvorthless
check for that amount to H. B.
Hendricks of Pickens about fouir
years ago. The man was locat
ed in North Carolina.
Amiong ithe school (istricts of
this couity which haye recently
voted addilional tax levies for
school pu1Trposes are Cedar Rock
district, Rock district and Oole
nloy district. This is good evi
d(ence that these communities
Miss Isadora Williams of near
Liberty has beel appointed pres
ident of the rural school im
l'ovemient, association of Pick
els. All local school improve
ment associations which wisl to
COmpete for state prizes this
year shoid Co11 n) Uicate with
Renoi ts fromu those w ho at
tended the~ childre''s (d ty exer
(cises at MVIt. TrJ.)I chniirch Sun
day agree that ii was a success
fu (owday '" wel sp t. A lar'ge
crw as p)resent, there was
anI abundl~ance of' good dinner
andi the pr1ogram was excellent
and w'll carried out. Much
cr'edit is (tue those who trained
the' chlildrten for their dIifferent
1parls. Add resses were also made
by J1. .J. McSwaini of Greenville,
It. TI. llallium and Sam. B. Craig
of Pickens, andi it is needless to
say that these adresses were
good and( enjoyed, Rev. J . E.
Foster' is pastor of this church
and~ is doing a good work there.
Saturday Sheriff Roark sue
ceeded in captur'ing in Green -
ville Henry Logan a negro who
killed Bryan Morrison a white
man at Rosman, N. C., F~lriday.
l'he sheriff of' Tr'ansylvania
county telegraphed Mr. Roark
a dlescription of the negro and a
search was inuediatel y begun.
It was found that the negro had
stopped1 at Edens' store Sat
urday andl sold a .44 calibre
Colt's pistol. lHe then hired an
automobile to go to Greenville.
Sher'iff Roark notified the (hreen
ville pohice force and aheriff,
b~ut they being of the average
and ordinary kind of officers,
were about to let the negro es
cape, when Sheriff Roark caught
the negro getting on train No.
'io. Il he negro had b~eenl loafing
around (Greenville half a day,
but Sheriff Roark had been i
IGreen vilie 1ess than five minutes
be(fore he had him spotted, lie
was carried to Brevard and