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PUBLISHED W EEKLY OF PI KN O NY.U SL-o . R O N OL A Y A
Established l87l--Voluiue 45 P'ICKENS, 8. C., NOVEMBER ,118, 1915 ~br2
Forward Movement Meetings
A series of fellowship and ef
ficiency meetings will be held
by the churches of the Twelve
Mile River Association this
month at the places and on the
dates mentioned below. The
plans for these meetings were
adopted at the last session of the
association. Besides Twelve
Mile River pastors and laymen,
Rev. J. D. Crain and Rev. W.
E. Wilkins will speak at each
meeting. Open discussion will
also be held at each meeting.
The singing at each church will
be led by Prof. R. M. Bolding
and each church where meet
ings are to be held is requested
tqprepare special music, giving
preference to old hymns.
Following are the appoint
Second Church, Central, Mon
day night, Noyember -22, Pastor
presiding. Neighboring Baptist
Six Mile church and Academy,
Tuesday, November 23. Chris
tian Education Day., W.E. Wil
kins presiding. All Twelve
Mile pastors, school trustees,for
mer students and parents of pu
pils especially invited by the
Academy and Six Mile church.
Pleasant Hill church, Wednes
day, November 24, Pastor B. F.
Murphree presiding. Churches
included and invited: King's
Grove, Central-Mt. Tabor, Rice's
Creek, Camp Creek and Golden
Antioch church, Thursday,
November 25, pastor presiding.
Churches included and invited:
Holly Springs,Saluia Hill,Shady
Grove and Eastatoe.
Keowee church, Friday, No
vember 26, Pastor F.S. Childress
presiding. Chuvches included
and invited: Mountain View,
Fall Creek and Stamp Creek.
Salem church, Saturday, No
vember 27, Pastor C. R. Aber
ciombie presiding. Churches in
cluded and invited: Boon's
Creek, Mt. Carmel, Little River,
Cherokee, Bethlehem, Cherry
Hill, White Water, >Whiteside,
Pleasant Grove, Travelers Rest
The meetines' will begin at ten
o'clock each day and last until
about three, with an hour inter
mission for dinner, which will
be served on the ground.
Cross Roads Dots
Mrs. Matilda LJooper e4s visiting
her daughter, Mrs.S.) Iffendrix.
J.1). Robins of Charleton was
the guest of his uncle, J. H-.Mil
ler. last week.
HI. 0-. Miller, who has been
with Mor-rellI & Co., Mohile,Ala.,
for some time, spent a few .days
last week wvit~h homefolks., en
rot to Rochester, N. Y..,wher-e
he expects to take a course .in
the E~astman kodak shops.
Mr. and Mrs.J.T. Maudia r
-spending a few days with the
latter'' par-ent~s, Mr-. and Mra.
Joel H. Miller. Suism.
We'r showinig a wvide
leather with cloth or kid
who appre1(ciate loot ('or
Iin this season's selectic
ally smaurt models.
Leti us showv yout.
From Pickens Ronte 3
Mr. Editor: if you will allow
us space in your valuable col
umns we will attempt to write a
few dots from our quiet section
of the county. And as we take
up our feeble pen we find our
selves exactly . midway of the
eleventh month of the year
yes, drifting on over the sea of
time amid joys and sorrows, yet
living in an age of peace, prog
ress and prosperity. Ten more
days, then comes that historic
day-Thanksgiving- set apart
by the leader of this great na
tion as a day of thanksgiving
and prayer for the peace, 'happi
ness and prosperity that we en
joy while our sister -nations
across the sea are engaged in a
bloody conflict, taking- the liyes
of their fellow men and destroy
ing property. Let us all be
thankful that our old ship of
state is so steered that we are at
peace with all the world. Then
again there is another happy
feature that pertains to Thanks
giving day. It bring; home all
the members of the family who
are away fighting life's battles,
to once more gather around the
family circle for a day of joy and
happiness, recalling the pleas
ures of childhood days and cheer
ing the loved ones who are still
at home. Let is all be thank
ful for the many blessings that
Everybody has been busy for
the past three sunny weeks nick
mng cotton, gathering corn and
sowing grain. and now that we
have have had a irefreshing-rain
the ground will be.in a more-sea
sonable order for sowing. Cotton
is about all picked out and the
crop is short. The corn orop is
Miss Edith WToodson of ,Foun
tain Inn cameup Saturday to
take charge of Antioch school.
She was educated at Winthrop
and comes highly recommended.
Mrs. Emma Bigby of 'Wil
liamston spent the past two
weeks at her old home reouper
ating her health. Mr. .igby
came up Sunday and she :return
ed to her home in Williaimston
George el:borin spenits last
Sunday with homefolks.
Those who have been on the
sick list are improving. Mrs. E.
F. Looper, who has been very ill
for the past two weeks, :is im
proving, to the satisfaction of
her many friends. Drs. Ki'rksey
and Cannon have been versy at
tentive to those who needed their
help and all feel grateful to tihem
for their kindness and serv.iees
For fear of trespassing on your i
space and this article not ,very
interesting I will quit for this
The Mt. Ca rmel school teacher'
thinks everybody should be well
pleased wvith the location of the
United States, as all the maps
show it to be in a choice spot on
the top side of the globe.
to buyJ yourF i f ~oot
wear1 wvheni a visit to
Vince you that we are
of newV~ and( staple
Sstyles that wvill meet
.yourl every requ irie
ralg'ag of (<1u1 amil patent
fortml in (I itinctive foot01
mIs we have some mmsmu
)N & TILMAN
A. C. Sutherland is building
an additional chimney to his res
idence. He evidently believes
in being prepared for cold weath
Revenue officers, it is reported,
destroyed three illicit distilleries
in and near Table Rock Cove last
W. P. Phillipps, who has been
under the hand of affliction for
some time, is slowly improving.
He is an old confederate veteran
nearing 80 years of age.
Bud Holder, famous for mak
ing good corn meal, has moved
back to A. C. Sutherland's mill,
where, with the exception of
last year, he has lived 15 years.
Rev. Mr. Hammond filled his
regular appointment at Oole
noy on the first Sunday. He
preached a good sermon to an
attentive congregation. We en
joyed your sermon very much.
Luther Masters left his home
in Table Rock Cove about a week
ago to make a trip to Greenville.
Nothing has been heard of him
Oolenoy News Notes
Farm Demonstrator T. A.
Bowen was here one (lay 'last
Prof. W, M. Hammond and
sister, Miss Pearl spent the week
end with homefol ks near Seneca.
Miss Lois Crenshaw spentilast
week with her sister, Mrs. )r.
C. W. Smith of Liberty.
PaulEdens is holding the reins
as subst.itute for Henry Jones on
route No. 6. The latter ris in
Charleston spending his honey
Miss MaryChastain left yester
day for Jocassee where she be
gins school duties for the winter.
B. L. Hendrix, Ford car agent
was here last week.
L. M. Rigdon, a staunch citi
zen, was in Pickens Saturday.
Norman Freeman, of Dacus
ville, was a social visitor here
W. T. Anderson, a teacher of
several years experience, is in
charge of New Towni school for
the winter term.
Pearidge Local News
Most everybody around here is
about thru picking cotton and
corn shuckings are the order of
Mr. and M's. S. N. Bolding
visited Mr. and Mrs. A. 1). Bold
ing one night last week.
Mrs. J. E. RobinSon and chil
(dien of Salem are visiting her
parents,.Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gil
R. K. Lewis has treated him
self to a nice horse and new rub)
her tire buggy.
Mrs. J. S. Craig and children
of Greenville are visiting her
sister, Mrs. B. A. Allgood, near
Misses Vessie and1 Lillie Lewis
were shopping in Pickens Wed
Mrs. R.. K. [Lew~is spent the
latter part of last week wvit~h heri
nmother, Mr's. H-. J. Lewis,of the
Mountain Gr'ove sectionl.
T lhe poundi supper given at the
home of Mr. andl Mrs. Jim Ole
ments Saturday night wvas hear
tilyV enjoyed1 hv all present.
Miss Oia Smith was the guest
of Miss I nez Tlompkins recently.
-l Preparing L U
bo ,\illii' tulble We
SSAVE YOUR LUZIANNE
-- NRW ORI
From Little Eastatoe
As nothing has appeared from
this quiet little burg for quite a
while, I will try to send in what
I knpw of.
'Health of the community is
very good at this writing. The
weather is fine for all kinds of
work. Picking cotton, gather
ing corn and sowing grain is the
order of the day now.
Married, by A.T. Winchester,
IN. P., Mr. Johnnie Alexander to
Miss Anna Grayley. Mr. Alex
ander is the second son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joab L. Alexander,and
the bride is the second daughter
of Mr, and Mrs. Richard A.
Gravley. The happy young
couple have the best wishes of
their many friends through life's
Rev. B. F. Murphree has been
unanimously elected again to the
pastorate of Antioch Baptist
church, and A. T. Winchester
clerk. We truly hope Mr. Mur
phree will be able to accent the
Your scribe had the pleasure
of being at the union meeting at
Shady Grove last fifth Sunday,
and we think one among the
best unions we 'ver had the
pleasure of attending. The talks
on the Sunday school were good,
Rey. L. W. Johnson filled his
last regular appointment at New
Friendship church last Sunday
evening, it being his last time
up here before the annual con
Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. Chastain
passed through this section re
cently on their way home from
a visit, to their daughter, Mrs.B.
F. Murphree. They report Rev.
and Mrs. Murphree as not being
in very good health. He is suf.
fering with head,throat and lung
trouble again. We hope for hi:
speedy recovery, and we fee
sure his many friends will jolt
with us in this wish.
M. F. Hester, accompanied b)
his son Claud and Mr. Allen do
Shelby, N. C., were in this sec.
tion a few days ago in Mr. Al len's
car. He is contemplating buy
ing land and settling among us.
Come on, Mr. Allen; we will
welcome you in our midst.
Rev. H. F. Wright of Six Mile
was here among relatives and
friends one (lay last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Winches
ter were on their way to town
some time ago, and as they were
passing through the covered
bridge in Hon. E. F. Looper's
b)otton their mule became fright
ened and ran the buggy against
the side of the bridlge, tearing up
one front wheel, breaking bo0th
shafts, threw them both out in
the bridge and severely b)ruised
Miss May Gilstrap has gone
back and assumed her duties as
teacher of the public school at
McKinney's Creek sc h1 ooI ini
Oconee cou nty.
Thiere will be a box snippmi
Friday night, Nov. 19), at Peters
Creek school house. lMverV ybOdly
is cordially inlvitedl to be present
and enjoy the evening. Boxes
will he sold and proceeds wvill be
for the beniefit ot the school.Th
school childlren wvill g i V ea
T hi a nksgiving entertajinment.1
There. wvill be no adm~lissioni fot
S'S W AYV
(or anI).vthlinig Nature a
I never tonlehos thiis
)In the( snek to youii,
COU1PONS for Valuable( G;iins..
JEANS. I A.
Honor Roll of Pickens School
First Grade-Dolleta Pearson,
Quinton Porter. Ruth Suther
land, R. L,. Davis.
Lennie Cantrell, Nannie howen,
Nan Newton, Margaret Richey,
Beatrice Edens, Wyatt Stewart.
Fourth Grade-Artie Hughes,
Neta Belle Johnson.
Sixth Grade-Eula Stewart.
7th Grade-Melanie Thornley.
Ninth Grade-JoeFrank Free
First Grade-Helen Langston,
Emily Nealy, Elizabeth Roark.
Eugene Alexander, Edmund
Cameron, Bird .Lewis.
Third rade-Margaret Bivens
Sarah Cireton, Ruth Gravley,
Lucile Lalltim, Mary Helen
Nen1ev, Ethel Porter, Thelma
Seawright, Marshall Hughes.
Fourth Gradie -Ethel Adams,
Kathleen Adams, Daisv Bivens,
Louise Bowen, Ellen Freeman,
Helen Griffin, Athalie Hallum,
Lois Hanes, Emma Henderson,
Patti Porter, Essie Stewart, An
sel Nealy, George Yongue.
Fifth Grade--Edna Willis.
Ralph Parsons, Ethelyne Gant,
Ivy Mauldin, Christy Carson,
Eighth Grade-Eleanor Earle,
Agnes Edens, OliveNealey,Clar
In Memory of Miss Cantrell
Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Cantrel
died at her home in Reedy Coy,
November 5 and was laid to res
the following day at Mountain
I Grove church. She was abou
67 years of age at the time o
her death and had been a mem
her of Holly Springs Baptis
church for several years. Be
sides many friends and relative
she leaves four brothers, as fol
lows: William, John and Amos
Cantrell of Pickens county, an(
James Cantrell of Cherryfield
N. C. Truly a good woman has
gone to her re ward. She has
left us forever more, but we hopt
to meet her in heaven.
Pickens Cotton Market
(Corrected by Folger, Thornley & Co.)
Friday ----- - 1.26
Tueda........ .- .11.25
Cotton see was $35 a ton in Pick en:
'The Sentinel cannot accepi
subscriptions to the ProgressivE
Farmer and Southern Cultivato:
for fifty cents a year from any
0one who is not a snbscriber 'tt
Tlhe Sen tinel. One (dollar' a yeai
is the regular price of these jour'
1 [OR SAI'.he well-kn)
consisting of ajs acres land,
saw mill, cotton gins, etc., and
Also three (o-acre farms ne;
One 70-acre farm two miles
All of this property may b
For3 fu rther in formation call
M. C. SMITH
Hogwallow, Oconee Co., News
Frisby Hancock, who served
as an innocent bystander dtqi'ing
an argument Friday morning at
Rye Straw, is reported to 'get
ting along nicely.
Sidney Hocks says the 4people
of these times are getting to cul
tured he can hatdly go to church
without his hair roached.
The rural policemen will at
tend the play at the Tiokyille
opera house one night this week,
as several important arrests are
to be made in the third act.
Molasses mill on Musket Ridge
had a. pleasant visitor Wednes
day in the person of Miss Rosy
Moseley. She went. away look
ing sweeter than ever.
The mail carrier got in yester
day morning, accompanied by a
I nice rain.
Washington Hocks took a good
look at the train at Tickville
Tuesday morning. He believes,
after all, that there is a great
difference between a train and a
Raz Barlow had his picture
made the first of the week. The
phographer has promised it to
him by Sunday, as he wants to
show it at church.
The T'ick ville Tidings this week
reprints the editoril it published
last week, as one of its subscrib
ers missed his paper.
The Farmers' Home restaur
ant at Tickville is now putting
on metropolitan airs by install
ing napkins at each plate. Beef
steak will hereafter be served on
Saturday., and guests will on
that day be allowed one hour at
This week Sh Flinders took
his son, Fidity, to Tickville and
carried him clear through the
office where the Tickville Tidings
is published. Sim also Aot a good
look at the editor while he was
not looking, having never before
. had the opportunity to see a
great man of letters.
- Fletcher Henstep will begin
speaking to the fellows he don't
like very well next week, as he
will then open his candidacy for
the office of coroner.
Poke Eazley believes the mud
turtles in the pond haven't got
any use for him, as they dive
out of sight every time goes
about the pond.
In the waning of the grass
hopper season, Miss Fiutie Bet
cher has donned her green dress.
The mail (irier started to
Tickville this morning on his
usual run, but when he gets to a
widle place in the r'oad he will
turn round and1 come back, hav
ing forgotten the mail bag.
Flies are about gone from this
section, b)ut traces of them are
still to be found On Yam Sims'
white S enday shirt front.
Luke Mathewsla says there is
more chance for the young mlen
mn business these (lays than when
he wvas growing- up. Cricket
Hicks agrees with him, but says
the young men are watched
closer the (lays.
own Clements mill property,
:wo corn mills, One wheat mill,
two good dwe(lling houses,
r Peters Creek church.
east ol Pickens Court H-ouse.
e had at bargains and on easy
,~ Pickens, S. C.