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YES, WE HAVE THEM
If you paycash we pay postage
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. H A LLUM, Proprietor
Phonse No. 8
Our Neighbor's Rooster
AI.AS OOR 11MM1.-- HAD PRII oN 'TO
tc 6 W IM -4 U~ ' $ ED .LO
B U. S. WOOLEN MILLS CO. B
The $15.00 House of Greenville, 9
S. C., will be here soon.
They will give away $10 Rain- Q
M coats free with every order M
M placed during this opening.
M Yours very truly,
a U. S. WOOLEN MILLS CO. 8
Our Neighbor's Rooster
T aeE rEP. .TME Y C.AN 4T APPA (I(.. AfD
Pure Drugs 'iv T ~~~I
1 Lies Mary Morris a t
Tuesday shoppin~g in Ore
Mies Aleen Wyatt of sle
spent last week-end with Mise
Mrs, W. F. Christopher and
children have been visiting rela
tives in Easley.
The U. D. C. will meet with
Mrs. C. E. Robinson next Friday
afternoon at four o'clock.
Miss ,Bessie Robertson has re
turned 'to Pickens after spend
ing the summer in Anderson. '
Willie Thompson of Green
ville spent Sunday with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Brandon Tay
lor of Easley spent several days
of last week in Pickens with
Capt. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor.
)r. and Mrs. W. A. Wood
ruff, of Cateechee, spent a few
hours Friday with Mrs. Wood
ruff's parents in Pickens.
Miss Ella Hiott will leave Fri
day for Edgefield, where she
will teach the sixth grade of
the Edgefield Graded School.
Col. W. D. Upshaw was en
tertained in the hospitable home
of Judge and Mrs. T. J. Maul
din while he was in Pickens.
Misses Ethel Leslie and Lake
Ballentine of the Mount Zion
community spent the week-end
with Misses Hattie and Edna
Prof. John Lesley was in the
city this week and called at The
Sentinel office. Prof. Lesley is
a great gospel singer and will he
in a meeting at Piedmont for
the next three weeks.
We indeed regret to chronicle
the severe illness of Mrs. Robert
E. Yougue and daughter, Hen
rietta. Miss Henrietta is suffer
ing from an attack of appendi
citis and will undergo an opera
T. N. Jenkins, formerly a cit
izen of Pickens, but for the past
several years a resident of North
Carolina is on a visit to his son
in-law, Magistrate A. S. Porter,
and shaking hands with former
Earl Morris has quit his place
with Hobbs-Henderson Co. in
order to resume his studies in
the Pickens school. Old reliable
Ebb Field can now be found
with this firm and will be glad
to have his friends drop in and
see him when in neet of any
thin in his line.
The Pickens lodge K. of P.,
No. 123, had a good time Mon
day night. Past Grand Chan
cellor Wmn. Goldsmith of Green
ville, w~as present and delivered
anl instructive addr-ess to the
Knights and citizens who were
presen t. Ref reshm ents w e r e
served adago oi!tm
was ened god soca bien
in irt rnkatnext meeting in
Mr. and Mrs. Guy McFall dec
lighfully entertained1 Mr. and1
Mrs. J. T. Partridge at dlinner
'Monday evening in comlmemo
ration of the tenth anniversary
of the marriage of Mr. and Mr-s.
Partridge. The affair was a
complete surprise to the guests
of honor. This being the "tin
wedding'' many useful presents
made of tin we':-e receiived1 by
Mr. and Mr-s. Partridge.
R. T. ("Bob'') Griffin, a form
er citizen of Pickens who has
been living in Williamston for
the past several years, was here
'last week making arrangements
for opening up another- meat
mar-ket in Pickons. We unde
standI that he will open a mar
ket in the T. D). Har-ris store
room near the Hiawatha hotel
probably this week. Mr. Griffin
will move his family back here.
TI. F~d Stribling, a prominent
citizen of Senecat, comitted
suicide in an outhouse ini hi
yard last Tuesday, August 31i,
by shooting himself thru the
head with a .3$8 calibre pistol.
Ill health and b)usiness difhicul
ties (are supposed to be the cause
of his act. Mr. 4ribling was a
cousin of both Mr. and Mrs. '1.
S. Stribling of Pickens and they
attended the funeral services in
Several weeks ago Tlhe Senai
nleIJpulished1 an item about A.
J.race bringing to this office a
specimen of peas of which he
did not know the name, Our
followtownsman W. H. Ash
more says the peas atre the old1
timw "Partrilgo"' peas whichi
hay" played out in this section,
but which at one time wore
olntifuilhere. Tihe pods grow~
to gratlength andl~ the penu
arcn red when ripn.
I + BAL.
There are sev
bale your hay:
First: It will
y required to sto
baled hay is in
,x more valuableI
We have in st
g Portable Press r
Will sell or Trade one new 2
horsepower kerosene or gasoline engine.
E. W. Pickens, R5
Lost -Thursday morning between
Easley and Pickens, a brown suit case
containing small girl's clothing. Finder
will please return to W. B. Freeman at
Heath- Bruce- Morrow Co's. store in
Pickens, or to Bower Freeman in Easley
8i1l'11. L OFF i lt-T1o patients comning fromr
work: we arc iintera of the fhmber o
Con cnerce, we refund railroad fares. A. A
Odoi. onu t ig in) tonetrist )ptician. re
d 'ent The Globe 4 lIstif::I <") . M eon Ic 't'emp'le,
Greenvile, S. C
Foru Male-At a bargain, one farr
two miles southwest of Pickens (5. H.,
known as part of the Garryn place; will
sell on easy terms. If interested apply
to Luther B. Boggs, Walhalla, S. C. 20
I .Si*:i. a lot of tolntco. .\y isloti is it's be
p.rlee i illwaiy right: ina ble at I tIleI less thain
riht oIle l et your siare ir Il ose elegcrtt
Miusrely tusys to sfe TI. ,D.j iturris.
Notice of Election
State of South Carolina,
County of Plckens.
Notice is hereby given that an elec
t ion will be held on the 14th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1915, at the voting pure
cincts fixed by law in unid county, upon
the question as to whether the manu
facture and sale of alcoholic liquors and
h)everages shall be prohibitedi or con
tinued mn this state, as provided by Act
No. 76, to submit to the qualified elect
ors the question of the prohibition of
the manufacture and sale of alcoholic
liquors and beverages in state and to
provide for the carrying of these po
visions ito effect, approvedl the 16th
The qualifications for suffrage are as
Residence in state two yearn, in the
county one year, in the polling precinct
in which the elector offers to vote, four
months, andl the [pay ment six months
before any election of any pol1l tax then
due and payable. P'rovi ded, That min
isters in charge of an organized church
and teachers of public schools shall be
entitled to vote after six months' resi
dence in the state, otherwise quallIfed.
Re statin.- Payment of all taxes,
inclu< ingjpoli tax, assessed and collect.
ihle during the previous year. The pro.
duction of' a certificate or the receipt of
the offleer authorized to collect such
taxes shall be conclusive proof or the
Before the hour fixed for Op)eninlg the
polls managers and clerks must take~
and subscribe to the const itionai onth,
The chairman of the ho9rdfw#.na r
can administer theog bO thI9 9 FIO
managers and the erk cc 3
public must administer 9AtQrn r.
man, 'The managera eJ et t r-~.c~
man and clerk,
i'oils at eaeh votinsg plae p11 met
opiened at 7 cO'c ,. m.. ~n sed .el
Charleston, whers tey .b9 jpene
at 7 a vm, and ai~e a14 p. m,
The mnanager's veY ug wer tn fil
a vacancy; and if nonfe tf s manaugeri
attend, the citizens eeni.~Q oit, io
among the queiit#e voL.e the mona
grwho, after binlg siWI rn, COD) con
At the closv, of the 'tleeion h)n
to) open the ballot bioxs and eoui I thi
balnlloa therein, ont) mjo w lihou
meljitlournmentL Iunti a s0 m 1101 compliot
lid, nnd t make aj atemif~ he Is rpil
itind sigun the unmu, W ith mm i-ru d
eral reasons why it
only occupy one-I
re loose hay.
iy will bring got
shape to market.
I hay retains its s
ock the I. H. C. Pu
Cady for delivery. (
UCE MORROW 4
Pickens, S. C,
or some one designated by the board,
must deliver to the commissioners of
election the poll list, the boxes contain
ing the ballots and written statements
of the result of the election.
Managers of Election.-The following
managers of election have been ap
pointed to hold the election at the vari
ous precincts in the said county:
Alice Mill-W. E. Hill, T. H. Gardo,
R. R. Smith.
Norris-D. M. Newton, J.T. Massey,
C. C. Boroughs.
Pleasant Grove-W. D. Hendrix,D.L.
Barker, A. G. Fortner.
Peters Creek---W. H. Williams J. E.
Singleton, John T. Foster.
Hogsed Store-S. F. Prior, W. D.
Sutherland, J. P. Jones.
Eastatoe-A. T. Winchester, W. W.
Aiken, D. D. Winchester.
J. W. Smith.
Liberty-E. B. Richardson, S.J. Rob
inson, W. A. WatkinB.
. ickens Cotton Mill-T. S. Campbell,
T. J. IHyes, H. J. Patterson.
Cross Plains-J. P. Findley, Emps
Freeman, M. W. Hester.
Fiat Rock-J. S. Wilson, Jr., .J. 0.
Kennie, W. S. Reynolds.
Holly Springs-E G. Bowen, F. E.
Stewvart, G. M. Lynch.
.Julians Store-J. B. Finley, B. N.
Glazener, B. T. Julian.
Easley-Ellas Day, W. G. Fricks, J.
Central-E. B. Stevens, J. S. Hyde,
C. TI. Gaines.
Cateechee-J. T. Williams, S. w..
Howard, C. ID. Gaillard.
S~ix Mle--D.E.Garrett, M.B.Garrett,
Praters-C. G. Lewis, E. H. Watson,
J. H. Boroughs.
Pumpki ntown-W. E. Edens, W. B.
Jones, S. C. Keith
Gap Hill-B. D. Mauldin, W. S. Gar
rett, J. M. Dodson.
Loopers Gin-W. 0 Chapman, E. L.
Jones, J. T. Holder.
Gienwood Mill-W. E. Mayes, C. J.
Ellison, F. G. Bunker.
IEasley Cotton Mill-F. E. Farr', J.M.
.Jones, P. P. McDaniel.
Mile ('reek-J. E. Nix, C. E. Dalton,
L~. W. Nations.
Pickens- -J.L. TIhornley, M.O. Looper,
M. F. Hester.
ICroswell-J .O. H ughey, TI. C. Spencer,
Isacueena Mill-C. J. Tarrant, .John
James, Ralph Rameur.
above are requested to delegate one of
their number to secure the boxes and
blanks for the election Friday, 10th of
September, at Pikns Court House.
CommisionerJPl o. E. CRAIG,
Commssioersof State and County for
Pickens County, S. C.
Want to Sell or Swap
Wolan, to sell a mowor and rake
Wront to swap a two-horse
Wagon fo aOnO-lOhorn Wagon.
Want soil your seed w cat
and oats ti" tal( delivery.
Want t~o ell~t you fortilizeri for
your fall grain.,
WantE to I oil at~ once a few
Will htol j on buy~or soll farm
pmrowts a, ony timo,
Wlan vion ocm ad80u
'Morris & Co., inkeitS..
will pay you to
Fifth the space
d prices, and .
trength and is "
11 Power 14x18 4
Eet our prices.
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will make
application to J. B. Newbery, Esq.,
Judge of Probate for Pickens county, in
the State of South Oarolina, on the 9th
day of October, 1915, at 10 o'clock in
thie forenoon, or as soon thereafter as
said application can be heard, for leave
to make final settlement of the estate of
J. H. Smith, deceased, and obtain dis
charge as administrator of said estate.
C. E. ROBINSON,
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, William McCombs made
suit to me to grant him letters of ad
ministration of the estate and effects of
John R McCombs.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said John R. McCombs,
deceused, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the court of Probate, to be
held at Pickeis, S. C., on the 16th day
of Septeriber next after publication
hereof iat 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
30th day of August, Anno Domini, 1915.
18 ,J. B. NEWBERY, J.P.P.C.
Summons for Relief
(Complaint not served)
State of South~ Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Court of Common Pleas.
H. M. Hester, plaintiff, against W. A.4
To the defendant above-named:
You are hereby summoned and requir
ed to answer the complaint in this ac
tion, which was filed in the office of the
clerk of court, at Pickens, S. C., on 31st.
day of July, 1915, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint on
the subscriber at his office at Pickens,
S. C.. within twenty days after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answew he
complaint within the time aforesaid, e
plaintiff in this action will apply totJe
court for the relief demanded i nfe
Dated July 31, A. D. 1915.'
A. J. BOGGS,
Clerk of Court.
C. E. ROBINSON,
To the dlefendant, W. A. Cassell:
Take notice, that the summons in this
action, of which the foregoing is a copy,
and the complaint was filed In the offle
of the dlerk of court at Pickens, S. C.,
on the 81st day of July, 1915, and is now
on file in said office.
C. E. ROBINSON,
18 Plaintiff's Attorney.
Notice of Final Settlement and Ulscharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application- to J. B. Newbery,.
Esq., Judge of P'tobate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina, r
on the 9th day of October, 1916, at 11
o'clock In the forenoon, or as soon
thereaftor as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the estate of R. B. Lumkin,
deceased, and obtain discharge as ad
ministratrix of edid estate.
Mrs. H. G. Lumkln,
Of Interest to Ladies.
An adVOrtiselinent In this issue
wvhich will provo especially, in
torosting to all ladlies Is that of
Edwin L, Bolt & Co., of Easley.