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PUBLISHED WEEKLY . OFFICIAL PAPER OF PIG KENS COUN'T' SUBSCR 1PlTON RC N OL ?PRYA
Establishedt 1871-Volume 45 PCES .CSPE11R3,11_
James Henry Grace McDaniel
James Henry Grace McDaniel
died at his home in Pickens on
Tuesday night, September 21,
1915, at 9.15 o'clock, a brief ac
count of which appeared in last
week's, Sentinel. For several
weeks previous to his death he
had been slighly indi3posed, but
his illness was looked upon as
nothing serious and the news of
his death was a shock to all. He
attended to the usual routine of
business on the day of his death,
going home about dark, eating
supper and spent a social hour
with his family, when he was
suddenly stricken with heart
failure and his spirit passed
Mr. McDaniel was born six
miles below Greenville court
house, Noyember 28, 1848, being
nearly 68 years old at the time
of his death. He was married
. twice, his first wife being before
her marriage Miss Sarah Jane
Ligon, daughter of Col.J.T. and
Frances Ligon, and his second
N ife of Miss Margaret Haydon,
of Rutherfordton, N. C. His
fir wife died November 13, 1903,
and his firs, wife departed this
life nuary 5, 1912.
Mr.' cDaniel is survived by
the fol wing children: Ben T.
McDan ], Edward G. McDaniel,
Miss Gr E. McDaniel, Mrs.C.
L. Cureto Preston P. McDan
iel, Mrs. . L. Matheny, Mrs.
0. T. Maul n, Mrs. R.E.Lewis,
.J . H. G. Mc~gmiel, Jr., Mrs. G..
E. Holley, Mrs B. G. Moore and
Miss Feddie 1 Daniel. Ona
daughter, Miss F. Paulie McDan
iel, preceded hina to the grave
Mr. McDaniel lived in Pick-ens
county practically all his life
with the exception of a fe w years
spent in Rutherforl county. N.
C. He was one of the I.lost
prominent citizens of Pickens
county. For twelve years, from
1892 to 1901, he was sherif of
Pickens county. and was post
master at Pickeas at the time of
his death. He was one of the
best known and best loved men
of Pickens county. Honest and
straightforward in all of hisileal
ings. he had the confidence and
esteem of all. He leaves -to h's
children the priceless heritage of
a good nan e-bonored and loved
Funeial sol.iees wr'ere held at
'the residence, (16cnducted'Lly R,?Iev.
J. E. Foster, and the interront
took place at Secona Baptist
church, where rlw was a .mem
her. A large con(Ocolrse. a sot'
rowing relatives and .friends at
tended these services, attesting
the love and esteem in which he
io the bereaved ones The.Sen
tinel joins with .num1berless
~Afriends in'extE ndlirw .sinceresymn
Norris News Nates
linIItendedt~ fr htot w eek.
d re.' d dptolal I arvinI ~hr.thtui of . itlanta is.
44 p~emlttly .'ome thiie here with I~riemnds and rel
M r. .fnd NI rs. C'. C. isoroa1h and. .th ree cil
dlren l t ia lacsueciy to uon.he Globe, A rlzon,
h heir .homet.
HIIss .JaItttie' flolroulghs..who1lA hts beeOnin .\xA he,
yille for somwrnI week.s, will kinve shortly for
IArjzonta, .where she will ieach snho.
MI sP May Gambhrell is v islijt he.r auniit ini
lidnea Path for a week's stny.
Theii following iomp~losedl41jl a lt purtat attendedICI
the empk>.oyers' aisso#elat Ion olf I he Sotherni rail
WAy c atiharlots! last week: llejslt .\gent and14
hr. Rhod,4.e, NI r. JuII i M s. .\ mionj L.awrence of
(alhoun , MIr. and MIrs. Itamisily iDoavl aund MIr.
nid MrsI Jien .ilhusin of Uentral.
Mr. and' Mirs. l. ID. Pourter and14 baby of Liherty
IndI Mr. ud .ris..J. L1. Bell of Central were the
guests ofr re.tives here Sunday.
Miss Irene Garlini Jeft last week for .\thunta,
after splenilng at week with MIrs. P'. Wliteni andu
Miss Emloy YZachary, who hags been, a guest at
"Iliierest," ilhe pretty home of Mr. and Mrs. MI.
'C. Rhodes,left last week for her home in Seneen.
Thomas Whitten of lNasley spenlt the week-end
W~'ili T1. (nrvI-n, .1 r., left last Su nday week
for his home inl Atlanta, where he wIll entier
the boys' high school.
Lawrence 1)111lardi, at promisilng yolig 11an1 of
'ix Mi le, left haist Tuensiay week to enter In ur
Mir. libarrington of1 thle Soin theriinl iwa y unis
eenl a recent arrival in town.
MI ss .iease lianmilton of Easley, who formerly
ught school at thtIs place d(il ring the sessioni of
1 1-12, hais been a recent gu~est of MI r. and NI rn.
. WV. 'Tate.
Mrs. George Hell of the lieasant ii ill secttIn
visiting her montherlie, MIrs. MalEry .1. lItall of
a, i~ (ithetr ret bit ys.
lIIssex Ilances andi~ IndleI .ionis of: .\ I iian
I arriva neOxt week toI he# th l et' o 'xif thir
Sit, Miss M. 11 iiin l, in 4 Ilbraitioni of her
rs. .Iexse Smiith of I.iber ml y was thle gueslt of
miothern a short wbiI lied tiesI ai.
ee The0 Sentinel for Printing
The fall term of court of gen
eral sessions for Pickens county
convened Monday morning at 10
o'clock with Judge R. W. Mem
minger presiding and all other
court officials in their places,
The court promptly got down
to work and the following cases
were disposed of with lightning
State vs. Coot Trotter, assault
and battery with intent to kill;
guilty; fined $25 or 30 days.
State v3. Clyde Porter, mur
der: verdict of not guilty by or
der of court.
State vs. Jim Pool, murder;
agreement to plead guilty and
sentenced to life imprisonment.
State ys. Rufus Hamilton, as
sault and battery; plead guilty;
State vs. Ernest Blake,assault
and battery with intent to kill;
plead guilty; six months.
State vs. Owen Williams and
Etta May Williams, housebreak
ing and larceny; plead guilty;
six months each.
State vs. Richard Baker, vio
lation of dispensary law; plead
guilty;fined $100 or three months
on gang; upon payment of $25
remainder of sentence suspended
during good behavior. Unis
Sloan and Cleve Hunt received
like sentence. Grover Ferguson
received like sentence. E. N.
Powell on like charge plead guil
ty and was fined $140 or six
It was ordered by the court
that if the appeal iin tie case of
the state vs. Lnther Hendricks
is not perfected by the first of
November, 1915, the same shall
be considered aban4oned and
the defendant required to serve
the serve the sentence.
The court of common pleas
convened Wednesday morning.
Attention, Sundt Schools !
entra l, Sept. 'a'.- it is .d k1l' It to keep a cor
rect mailing list of superiiitendents owing to
the cha3tges Ihat are so ofte~n.mane in the o(lices
of Sunday schools, and in order that we may
reach each school with a ressage or two before
the 1tutt1al convention, Out..15-Id, I an going to
ask that every superintendent in the coumty,
whether old or iew. send .*it a1 postal card their
name and address. the Ina1eo of their school and
denomination. iD3 it 3as 1o(n ats you read this,
as we need every day of ite time het ween now
tnd the convention to br3'uV( before the schools
loalers of iupot1ance. Jf you could1 have seen
yesterday afIteriianlI with iwhat keen delight the
l(1al e(3umittee was working out every detail
aecessary to you r comfor14whie here yo u would
begit right now to make .you r planis to come.
The etatertinhment 3n3 uittee wishes to address
31 3ordial 1t11at1(1 to each school to send att
least '3wo delgA-tes to lie their guests, and at re
vised mailing list will ;greatly assist them3 in
doing so. .1nst a word inteerning the program.
Eispeit! (el(ort is being jpti forth to aa l: th1e
sonig service. at delight to all. The s1ingim:3 will
be inl charge 33f a dire'( r of muiu e an3i lI d
Story it Sting No. _ will he sed. Some of fthe
speakers will ltus follows: State (eneial Se
reta ry frOf. iV. Ii. 'el, .Itev. and Irs. (Gary
1.0e 333 W.'estIaitir er, Revs. .11. 1'. 11iedford, pres5!.
dent W. Mi. ('ollege: Prof. Wil. S. Mlorrsohn o3f
3 'lemson13 co!loege: it"ev. tU. M N 311t1hell, S. S. ((r
(13nIIer0 for the0 Ame33rican3 S. .'. 13iin. ('3me3.
W. A Mi rHIkw-, 4 1(an331y I'residen3t.
I'. S AsN you ii h th3313is aIrLiole jtust write333 yo r
pos3tal while4 iI 3303 on yur wind. W . .\. N.
I )(lency. Se'pt. '!;.-MNiss 301:3e llendrix and3
Peoarl Soultheorland a1tendedi 3(vine3 servie at5 1
.Friend(sh3ipi .331nday 3a133 3al1443.isited the frottu.
er's aunlit. M irs. W. TI. 11atsot1.
P'. '. I'ate of0 (3bIiberty and~ .I'. N . Wat3 k ins of!
fieltoni were here la3st week inl :thet hterest oif
(lream3i 03 earaItor5, fo3r wIllhch thty mare aigent s.
ii. 1I. 5eab1on, il. I. lirnee, Mnktro3e Smith11 and3
Mi Iis .les3ie iEdens was3 tile Sundayi gne-t (of
M1 iss Cleo( itiendrix.
Ld.ta. .Ioe Statiseill. .1 r.,.031e t Wmaa with heri
si ster'3, Mi r. TI10hoa .1. Ket h11.
Mris. .i((sephine1 W13iliams and3( Mr. a331nI Mrs.
Tihomalls Sammon103s of ihrensv1'.ille were ?13e recent
guests (If thie formier's sister, Mira A & Eden~ls.
MIr a)31nd Mrs A C Southerlan3131l spent 511ttlay
w.lih Miran M131Ars is .1 tChastain,
lie'. W( Ml I t3ammon~d 11iled 333 appinItelent a1t
11(011y Spirings liliptist ('h13rchi last 8u33day. A
large ana1. app31reein'ive I' on(~gregaltion Mret'tedi
Milsses fitiani~ 313 a 3l hn llammond(31(, Mir indi
MIrs WV1 I lend1ri x attended('( ( diine serrvices at1
IHolly Sprin~gs 53unda.
I"arm31 ltonstrato'r TI A 1133wen 3133d Air Wut-(
kinls of 1 '10em1on I'ollege were heore Mtonday in
tile inlterest ofI 3a (rety310 rote.
*tMag1jistra and11 33M1N rs .1I IV eIth have33'. rCenItly
mloved (to Grvl(''1lie, w'.here Mir Keciih holds13 a
luera11 t'ive 31 oiin withIII the (313bb- lienderson
Co. 'iTe goodm~ wishes olf many3 (111end3 them33 mi
their new.1 h1ome,0
It wats 33 w.ee lIttle guI 11hat reCently i nm tojfl. (
grae. 33nd3 hean31tify lhemom of313 M3 Ir and(1.~ Mrs
.1aines0 A llIersoni.
Dr and3( MIrs I. 1" Crenishaw (If Lenst spen31t the
wee'k-end' w.ith relat ives 1here.
Griatul MIasteir Geotrge T.~Bryan
and D istrict lDeput y P lias Earl('
wvill be with KeowVee Liodge No,
79, A. F. Mv., Frida y night, Oct.
1, for the purp'1ose of conferring
Master Mason detgrees upon sev
er'al candidatesq. A full attend.
nnwen is doime1.
Pickens Cotton Market
(Corrected by Folger, Thornley & Co.)
Thursday -- ------....---...11.00
Friday ----- ------------------11.26
Saturday --------------------.... 11.371
Monday - ..- --- ...........11.75
Wednesday ..... -.._12.00
Pickens County Official Vote
Below we give the official vote of
Pickens county in the prohibition refer
endum of September 14:
Against 1' or
Norris .._. _ .. 4 44
Pickens--.. 76 239
Hogsed's Store. 4 26
Pleasant Grove- _ 1 18
Croswell --------- 11 19
Peters Creek - 3 12
Cross Roads.. 5 8
Six Mile.... -------13 63
Easley ---------- 48 103
Alice Mill .--_-. 4 26
Looper's Gin 7 16
Gap Hill ---------- 1 6
Cross Plains - 28 26
Eastatoe-------- 11 15
Pumpkintown 2 27
Picken Mill.... 3 33
Flat Rock..._..25 8
Cateechee.. 2 12
Mile Creek ... 3 19
Glenwood Mill. . 7 22
Holly Springs .. .12 8
Liberty ..__------ 18 55
Calhoun. . 5 21
Isaqueena :3 45
Central 7 81
Praters 1 32
Total .... 315 1028
Resolutions of Respect
Whereas. The Supreme Architect of
the universe, in his all-wise providence,
has called from our lodge-room to join
the Eternal Lodge above the soul of our
brother, Laban Mauldin; and
Whereas, Brother Mauldin was a mem
ber of Bates lodge, No. 189,A.F.M,. for
40 years and served our lodge as W. M.
for one year during this time and filled
Vi. of the various offioes of the lodge
with ability at various tiimes du ing the
forty years.. Therefore, be it
Resolved, 1.. That in the death of
Brother Mauldin the Dodge has suffered
a severe loss and Masonry i member
who practiced in his life the tenets of
the order, friendship, charity and be
2. That we ,extend to his relatives our
deepest sympathy, assuring them that
we, too., mourn willh them in this (lark
hour, but we roalise that He who rules
the destiny of manune'ver errs nor makes
3. That a page i~n our minute book be
dedicated to his memory, with these
resolutions spread thereon; that a copy
be sent to the family and a copy to our
Respectfully <and fraternally submit
ted: .J. M. DEAN,
E. L. HAmu/IroN.
0. T. HINTON,
Dea& .of a Child
Linlie May, eldlest (daughter of
Mrs.Carrie V7ermillion Robi)nson,
died at the home of hler grand
mother in Dehnakils, 8. C., on the
21st inlst.,a fter a long illness with
d1ropsv. Lillie was a sweet,
bright child ablout 12 years old.
Her lody wvas bronght to the old1
family graveyard near Dacus
ville and4 laid by the side of her
father. the late George Robin
son. Funeral services wereO held
by Rev. D). W. Hiott. 'r'ho be
reavedI family have the synmpa
th y of the commun1141]ity.
Pickens Circuit Society
Tlhe ILadies' Parsonage Aid So
ciety of the Pickens circuit will
meet at the parsonaYve on Friday,
October 1, ar, 4 p. mu. All muem
hers are urgedI to be present.
Those that can not come please
send your dues to Miss Louise
Grayl1ey, the secrietary. The so
ciety wante to purchase a new
stove for the parsonage. We
will appreciate any thing anyone
will give on the new stove.
Pickens Oil Mill Co.
We have our ginnery iln first
class shape to accommiodate our
customers t his season.
We also have twVo grades of
andl a heavy rewvenCI bagging;
so we are ~ i a positionl to accom
mlodlate ouri etustomners along the
1f you hn: \e not been to see us5
biring uis a bale and give us a
trial and1( we will see t~o it that
yo go ( away satisfied.
Pickens County Items
Married on September 26,
L915, Mr. William C. Hendricks
to Miss Eula Child, A. A. Jones,
N. P. officiating.
The singing convention at
Joncord last Sunday afternoon
was attended by, a large crowd,
who listned attentively to excel
The Pickens county singing
3onvention will meet with the
Mountain View Baptist church
Saturday and Sunday, October
and and 3rd. Many good sing
)re are expected to be present.
Dinner on the ground both days.
J. Benton Robinson has gone
to Seneca and is in business
with Doyle & Grant. He says,
"You will find us with good
rules and horses on hand at all
times and we will be glad to
save our friends call on us at
Mr. W. H. H. Ariail, one of
the county's most prominent
-itizens died at his home near
non church last Sunday. He
was buried the day following in
the family burying ground near
his home. A inore extended ac
aount will appear next week.
There will be an old-time all
lay singing at Mountain Grove
3hurch on the fourth Sunday in
Dctober. Everybody is invited
to come, especially the old folks,
for whom the meeting has been
arranged. Prominent singers
will be there. Come and bring
well-filled baskets and enjoy a
(lay of fine singing.
A notice sent to The Seutinel
and published last week stated
that the Pickens association
would meet Thursday before thc
third Sunday in October. This
is a mistake. The associatior
will meet Wednesday, October
13. The association will mee
with Peters Creek church an<
be in session three days.
Miss Mae Gilstrap, who ha
charge of McKinney's Creel
school, n e a r Salem, Ocone
county., spent the week-end wit
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M
Gilstrap, of Pickens. Miss Gil
strap has taught a most success
ful term and has been re-electe<
to teach for the winter session
We are glad to hear such of ow
Mr. W. G. Hendricks tan
into The Sentinel office last Mon
day morning and gave us a bot
tle of ':good old home-mad(
'lasses," for which he has om
sincere thanks. He never for
gets the poor-last year he did
the same thing. Mr. fHendrickc
says that this year he will hav
over 1200 gallons. 'l'hev ar
J. B. Jones a. well-known cit
izen of the Gritfin section, r'e
turned1 last week from a pros'
pecting trip in Anderson ani
Laurens counties. Mr. Jone
visited several sections of thes(
counties with a view to moving
there to live, bult after taking a
good look he came hack con
vinced that old1 Pickens coinot
is the best place to live. We
are glad he is going to stay iin
Anmong the young ladies and
men of Central who are attend.
ing the different colleges are
Misses Amanda Patterson, Lan.
der; Fannie Belle Martin, Net.
tie and Corrie Watkins, Win
throp: Lorena Aiken, Greenvilk
Woman's college; Bess Gassa.
way and Jessie Morgan, Colum
bia: Ethel Clayton, Peabody
Donservatory, Baltimore; R. 0.
Saines, Dagnall and Torn Fol
zer Willis Clayton, Henry Row
land and Clement Kelley, Clem
ion: Walter Ramnseur andl Carl
Nforgan, Wofford, and J,B. Falls,
D~ental college, Vanderbilt uni
John L. Tlhorhnley had the
rnisfortune to be run into by a
jjord automobile last Monday
morning as he was coming from
bils homec to town. As he wvas
3rossing the street at the Moth
dist church an automobile driv
mn by Verner OhristopherstruI~ck
[uim. HeI was considerably
bruised about the headl and hoil
bult his injuries aro not serioi~us.
The1 Ladies' Cottage or':er
meeting will meet.Frida y - 'o
ing at 4 o'clock with is. \\'es
Iey Garrett. All the laiio of
Pickens are cordially in vitedI to
PLANT 10 ACRES of GRAIN N
This year, ground well pre
pared and well fertilized, and
it will make things easy for
nx you next year.
I Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co., a
nl Anderson, S. C.
Our Agents are:
W. B. Freeman, Pickens.
Robinson & Thornton, Easley. m
Cely & Massengale, Lathem, S. C. E
We Want Your Trade!
And in order to obtain it we are going to give the highest market
price for your produce. Also, in addition, we are giving coupons
with each cash purchase. which are redeemable in elegant hand
painted chlihaware. These coupons are valued at 2' per cent of'
the amount of your purchase. Bear in mind that you get goods
at the regular price, and these coupons are FREF, to show our
appreciation of your trade.
On account of limited space I will only quote a few of the many
bargains that are offered:
Yard wide Sheeting, yard... 5c A full line of boys' Clothing,
I)anville Plaids, yard.......... 5c prices ranging from $1.25 to $7.
Riverside and Southern Silk
Cheviots, yard................. 9c A complete line of men's Clo
c All grades Dress Gingams, thing; prices to suit. the buyers.
per yard, from ......... 9 to 12. I now have tiho largest line of
1-eaviest weight Outings, .Shoes I have ever handled he
per yard, from.......... ic to 9c fore.
Silks from 25c to $1 yard.
Ladis' Corsets from 25c to $1. A complete line of Fresh Gro
I A complete line of men's amd ceries always on hand.
boys' Hats and Caps of the very We carry in stock almost any
latest styles. thing that trade demands.
TWe want, your frying size Chickens, and will nay you The .
pound up to 30( per chicken. We pay 10 pound for hens tip to #35c.
Yours for trade
J. W. HENDRiCKS
PUBLIC SERVICE AUTOMOBILE
R. L. DAVI S,(,"D Pickens, S. C.
e 9 God DiverReasnableRate
/ A RANG& ON WIHCn -
DAUGHTER CAN COMPETE WIfd M OTHER
If a Range is Judged by the Work it Does
The Princess Rules the Kitchen.
Meals on time, at less cost, in more comfort, are some
of the PRINCESS' features. Look for this name.
It miean~s that there is no better R~angc on earth in
any partcular, while platented featwres found no..
where else,.do-ubles is value to you.
.Note these features. Mate- Sorne real facts. Princess
nal-copper bearing iron. Re- kitchen is a cool kitchen. Ash
tins heat. Maintains even cs in the oven ihnpossible. Tri >
te mper ature. Cooks evenly. ple bottomn. No heatedl >eJ in
:I tt I f el M r b irable. A a- i ht } . a d wringc e es
SPickens Iidw. & Groc'y Co.
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