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- TANDAkD COLLE.E O
A. . Degree. Ottered
by the Atlanta Medical Coll
Special courses in Home Ec<
courses in Pedagogy for thoe
Ideal, Ldcation in the N
- Colorado, with elevation of
scholarship and teaching e)
heated dormitories. $2000
installed this year.
"T) al necessary expense
'Iic light and steam hea.
;r Catalogue address
From Mr. McDani el
-I wish -to thank the people of Pickeni
,county for the splendid vote given mf
August.29, and assure them that if the3
see fit to elect me Clerk of Court I wil
give them the very best service of whici
1 am capable and I will. be untiring it
my efforts'to serve you.
.BEN T. MCDANIEL.
Dr. R. Kirksey lost a pair of eye
-glasses-several -weeks ago. He waqtel
to find them, so he advertised 'forthen
in The Sentinel. Two days after tho
paper was published D. F. Adeox brough
the eyeglasses'to The Sentinel office ani
- reported that his son, Ed Adcox, hai
found them'about half way #bpaulej
mountain. :Some people may think i
doesn't pay to [advertise, but we ar<
here-totell -you that an advertisemen
well and truthfully written and publishei
in The,Pickens Sentinel will get results
The People's Pressint
10 L U 8
We are In position to furnist
a few club members with goo(
service. Four suits cleaned an<
pressed,'$1.00 per month. - A,
many suits as desired in on
month for $1.50. Suits callet
for and delivered same day. W
pay postage one way on out oi
town work. All work guaran
teed, ladies' suits and skirts
Sspecialty. No disappointmen
on account of rainy days. Hay
Hullum will call for clothes an
deliveir them. We want you
work and will do our best t
please you. Try us..
Cleaner & Presser, Pickens,S.C
The WaW r " ~W d MOwing
C e ad lightes
~alb A2uW. d[ til. CO.
Lost---At the Baptist church Sun
4 ~ day, September 3, one vanity and car
case. Finder will please return to Th
Lost- September 3, between Price'
-store an'dPickens one suitcase containinj
ladies' and children's clothing. Finde
please .notify Mrs. Maggie Reeves
Pick ens route 3.
5 The Place 1
SFor Your Produce]i
4 Greenville n
10c pound f~
9 30c for Roos
n $1.00 a bush
9 Greenville i
g 18c pound f(
~I am offering
a ndress goods.
Sends to go at cos
U;. W. HE
Q9 SES, LEAbING TO THE
in sixteen Departments of In
Course approved and accepted
ege. Strong Business Coutse.
romile and Music. Thorough'
e who expect to enter the teach
:ost Healthful County East of
1500 feet. Faculty. strong in
:perlence. Comfortable steam
additional science equipment
for board, tuition, room-rent,.
C EORGIA. 18
tNotices inserted In this column for one centa
word for first insertion and eie-a f cent a word
for each subsequent insertion,
.For Sale-Valuable tract of land,
k tolles of Norris, S. C., 92 acres; will
6ut suit -purchaser; liberal terms. See
J. C. Garrett or James Hunter, Norris,
S.; C. 21
- New Garage-The Hiawatha, New
Hi 'lawatha Hotel. Repairing of all kinds
0oi short notice at reasonable prices.
Mr... Brookshire, recently with Carey's
Garage, which , I have bought out, is
t with me; also Mr. Jesse Ward. They
j are skilled mechanics. Ihandle allkinds
of accessories-tires, tubes, gasoline,
oil and grease. Prepared to do all kinds
of.ifulcanizing. No job too big or com
t pliented; none too little. Public service;
3 also buy, sell or exchange used cars. A
t share of your patronage solicited. W.
H. Harris, prop. Hiawatha Garage.
Lost-Sunday, between M. W. Sim
mons' andJ. G. Siummons'houses, child's
black teddy bear jacket. Return to
r John W.Hendricks' tore and get reward
Founlid - Two hound puppies and
mother dog, near Pickens. Owner can
recover same by calling at The Sentinel
office and paying for this notice.
Lost, Strayed or %tolen, from
Pelzer, August 18, one bay mule with
black mane and tail, black streak up
3 back and wen on right side, weighs'
s about 800 pounds. Will pay liberal re
ward for any information. Notify G.
T. Dorr, Pickens R1, or S. H.. Brown,
Pi kens R4. 19
- Lost---.Between Clemson and Pick
ens, August 28, a plain gold bracelet.
Finder please return to The Sentinel
t office and get reward. 19
hargains in used Motorcycles
-We have a number of INDIAN Mo
r torcycles that we wish to close out at
once. Each one guaranteed to be in
fine running condition. Write for list.
John S. O'Neal, 209 Buncombe street,
Greenville, S. C. ' 16tf
For Sale-Fine Berkshire Pigs. A.
-D. Mann, Pickens. S. C., R. F. D.2. 3tf
We- are i n thne narket for
Butter the year round. Craig Bros. Co.
- McSwain & Craig
I ractice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
.. Pickens Office Phone 39
Get the White House and Ma
e jestic flour from the Pickens
'HdW.- & Gro. Co.
to Get Most !
Is At HENDRICKS' n
iarket for Fryers
>r Hens M
el for corn
narket for eggs.
>r ice cured hams n
some good 'values Q
A lot of odds andn
ge is always ap- rn
ND RIC KS "n
stL WHICH AVERTED THREAT
ENED STRIKE PASSES HOUSE
BY VOTE 239 TO ft.
TWO DEMOCRATS VOTE NAY
Seventy Republicans and the One So.
olalist Voted in Favor of the New
BiL.--Several Minor Amendments
Were Made to the bill.
Washington.-The Adamson eight.
bour day bill which railroad brother
hood officials said formally would
avert the threatened strike if enacted
was passed by the House and sent to
The vote was 239 to 56 with five
members not voting present.
Official House Vote.
The official vote in the House on
the final passage of the amended Adam.
son eight-hour day bill was:
Ayes 239; nays, 56; present, S. Two
Democmts voted against the bill'and
70 Republicans, and the one Socialist
voted for it. None of the Progressives
The original text of the provision
was as follows:
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the Unit
e4. States of America in Congress as.
, Seetion 1. That - begifning" Decem
ber 1, 1916, eight hours shall In 'con
tracts for labor and service be deem
ed a day's work and the measure or
standard of a day's work for thi. pur
pose of reckoning the compensation
for services of all employes who are
now or may hereafter be employed
by any railroad. * * * *
Section 2. That the President
shall.appoint a commission of three
which shall observe the operation and
effets of the institution of the eight
hour standard work day as above de
fined and the facts and conditions af
fecting the relations between such
common carriers and employes dur.
ing a period of not less than six
months nor more than nine months
in the. discretion of the commissiol
and within 30 days thereafter suc1
commission shall- report its findings tc
the President and Congress. Thai
ekeh member of the commission creat
ed ,under the provisions of . this a(*
shall receive such compensation a?
may be fixed by the President. The
sum of $25,000 or so much thereof aa
may be necessary be, and hereby is
appropriated out of any money in thi
Uilte'd States Treasury. * * * *
Section 3. That pending the repor
of 'the commission, herein provide
for, and for a period of 30 days there
after, the (compensation of railwa:
employes. subject to this act for i
standard 'eight-hour work day shal
not' be reduced below the presen
standard days wage and for all neces
eary time in excess of eight houri
wsnch employee shall be paid at a ratE
not less than the pro rata rate foi
su'ci standard tight-hour work day.
Section 4. That any person violat
ing any provision of this act shall bE
fined not less than $100 and not more
than- $1,000. -or imprisoned not to ex
ceed one year, or both.
The Adamson bIll as passed in -the
House by a vote of 289 to 66, with ml
zier amnpndments, is the same measure
which the brotherhood leaders official
ly ~ciared would constitute p "satis
factory settlement" and prevent the
strike. The amendments, added tt
conform -to a draft framed by the Sen
ate Interstate Commerce Committee
would fix the effective date at January
1 inistead of December 1, 1916, and ex
empt railroads less than 100 miles long
and electric street and interurban
'It was after a day of hot debate
tha't the House passed the bill, unde:
g special rule brought in when Re
publicat Leader Mann objected to .its.
considoration. Less than half of thes
Reptabicans followed their floor leadeu
in the opposition and when the final
Tote came 70 of them lIned up with,
the majority, only 56 voted against the
*measure. Just two Democrat., Repro.
sentatives Steele of Pennsylvania, and
Black of Texas, stood out against the
bill 'and Ropresentative London ol
Ndew York, Socialist, voted for it.
-Red tape was elimmnated as far se
possible to rush the measure over te
the Senate which, after several hour.
of lively discussion over a bill report.
ed by its Interstate Commerce Comn
mittee, had recessed until 8 o'clock.
* At the outset of the night sossiori
Sddator Newlands sought and obtain
edlunatimous consent to put aside the
S'eniate bill and take up the one seni
otgi from the House, thereby paving
the way ,for quick final action withoul
parliamentary formalities that other,
wise would be necessary. Then Sena,
tor Underwood brought up the issue
over Nwhich the Senate is divided by
proposing as in amendmetrt the rate.
axing provision of the discarded Sen.
Three 'Hours' Debate.
Over this amendment debate waged
for three hours. Senators Newldtnd.
andUnderwood adtocating it, and Sen.
ator Cumnmins making a long speec11
criticising the w'hole proceeding. Mos1
of tbe Senators had little tQ say and
in the cloak room there were strong
Intiniations that in the end tho House
bill would go through without change,
- 4ii M C. ADAMSON
Author of the eight-hour day law
For a while there was talk of an al
night session, but early in the evenin
werd was passed -that an agreemer
to adjourn and vote at a certain hot
Saturday would come before the di
cussion had gone very far.
While the House was at work, tb
three brotherhood heads at the inv
tation of Democratic Leader Kitchii
occupied the Ways and Means Com
mittee room near the entrance to th
House floor and were in constant coi
sultation with the labor spokesmen I
the House. They were insistent tha
the eight-hour provision go throus
without any of the arbitartlon c
wage-fixing amendments put forwar
during the debate. Representative C
sey of Pennsylvania was constantly a
the go between them and Represent
tive Kitchinand Representative Kea
Ing -of..Colorado. who conducted the!
fight on the floor. When the vote wa
taken they obviously were pleasei
Their failure to make statements wo
a toibute to fear that anything the
might say would have an undesltabl
effect upon deliberations in t
Takes Adamson Measure.
The Senate committee bill was tl
Adamson measure with the san
amendments adopted by the hout
and. an added section empowei'iistt
Interstate Commerce Commission I
fix the wages of interstate railtro
employes at the end of the propose
period of investigation and -thereafte
When the senate began is, nig
session the galleries were throngq
to capacity, many railroad - off iota
and representatives of the brothe
hoods being in the audience.
In asking unanimous consnt
lay aside the senate bill and..talie I
the one sent over froth the hqua
Senator Newlands criticised Congre
for not responding to the Presiden
demand for legislation which ros
serve as a protection against .%utu
labor crisis, and declared: qtnb.
feared to face the issue because
the political campaign.
Senator Thomas also said that C
gress and not the President was ev4
ing the responsibility of neeting
great emergency without feaer: nd
a way to make its action permnane
Senator Cummins made a* '1lo
speech against the house bill. I
said the country was confronted wi
appalling disaster and he was n
prepared to say that senators slibu
not yield some of their convictions'
avert though it was impossible f
him to believe the problem should 1
solved in the way proposed.' He el
clared In his opinion 'the amendme
of Senator Underwood would Abu'6lui
ly destroy the object of the bill ai
he doubted if It would be s~tisfact6
to the brotherhood leaders.
No Option, Says Borah.
Senator Borah interrupted .tpoglei
that the Senate had any.,tg n
action in the matter. "I say,"
asserted, "that we are 'tliregteni
with' a national calamity and are as
ed to legislate but are not given a
opportunity to determine whether
not we are legislating right."
"I do not defend their declaratia
of a strike," said Senator Cummilns
reply, "and they must take the co
sequences of that. I think they,shtpn
have postponed that until a kair i
vegtigation could be made. 4 T,
chose not to do so, but they haye. x
attempted to direct this legislat~ion.
."1 leave It to his Democratic frien4
to, eulogize what they belfpve to 1
what Is the President's courage.
any rate he made a proposal, the ra
road men accepted it and the ra
roads rejected it. They the brothe
hoods, I think unwisely, sent out ti
order for the striie which I thir
hau stricken organized labor . the ,a
verest blow it ever received. * ..
"But the President, having faile4
mediation, came to Congress. *I a
net criticising him for that. I thir
he came In a proper way. I think I
ought to have come. He recommen
ed a program which was perfectly u
derstandable. He may have ;be4
courageous. I am not inclin'ed to.rc
him of the credit, but we must' r
member that one of the propositioi
of the President pieased the brothe
hoods and the ether pleased tMt ra
Taking up the bill in detail Sen
tor Cummins said the first provisic
in it meant nothing for the trainmt
so far as hours are concet'ped,. b
cause overtime work is rit iaid
higher rate than work up to .elgl
As soon nas Senator CummJpi co
cludedl Senator Nawlands prodi~jg
journmnent with the agreement te vo
prompitly wasi given unanimous co
setending the seassion.
by the Si o
College, High School, Gra
Consists of men and women
the leading colleges <
For the entire school year
r beginning of the school year
each semester. College tuit
additional charge of $6 pe
lessons each week, eithpr,
For informatl6f and a c
Rev. H, C.
t: The County Can te4~
From 0. S. Stev
I desire to thank the voters for th(
nice vote cast for me in the first primar3
election, giving me a total vote of 10
e and placing me in the lead 171 votes foi
Clerk of Court. Words are not at m)
command to express how much I appre
a ciate this expression of the people o
e my home county, where I was born anx
raised. I need your support and votA
in the second race September 12.
d If elected I hope then to be.able t<
d show the people how much I appreciat
r. their support by rendering them effi
it cient service.
id Your obedient servant,
Is 0. S. STEWART.
r- Pickens, S. C., Sept. 5, 1916.
From R. T. Hallum
0, To the Voters of Pickens County:
38 It will be impossible for me personal
' ly to thank the people of Pickens cour
Id ty for the good vote accorded me I
re the first primary and I take taiis meii
rs of doing so. I am not addicted to mal
Of ing promises. They are a kind of cul
n- rency that is very easy to issue, bt
very difficult to redeem. All I can sa
a is that if elected on the 12th I will er
fEn deavor to fulfill the trust confided to m
jt. prudently and honestly. I therefor
thank you in advance for the vote ,th3
-I may receive on the 12th.
le R. T. HALLUM,
thi Candidate for the office of County
tSuperintendent of Education.
From W. S. Rich bourg
or To the People of Pickens County:
eI am deeply appreciative for the hand
some vote given me in the primar
elcinon the 29th. I want to han
d the, palm to my friends of Libert an
vicinity for the remarkable showing
m hade, as I was prevented from canvas3
ing the colmnt by having to teach
summer school. Iappreciate the fac
that my showing is attributable to thos
- who know me best. Withtbest wishe
i.Snc~ S. RICHBOURG.
J. ROBT. MARTila
COR~i-:R I A~~ ge
"; PRACTICE IN ALL COURTI
SPhones IJ 0
Ii nOrder to
Stock We Offer th
$ 2.50 Screen Do
s 4.50 Hammocl
AAL S. C.
mmar, Musical, Theolo
who are graduates of some J!f
if the north and south.
is only $100, payable at the
,or half at -the beglnning of
on is $54 per semester, and aA
r semester will pay for two
piano or voice. Instrd~btors
ord, A. M., Pres.
Are All Very Grateful
From F. Van Clayton
Fellow Citizens of Pickens County:
I feel very ' grateful to you for your
support in the past primary, and I want
to assure you that if you see fit to plaeq
nie in the Superintendent's .office on
September 12 I will strive to conduct
the office in such a way that you can
never day that you were sorry you
voted ;or F. VAN CLAYTON.
. From D. W. Smoak
To the Voters of Pickens County:
. I desire to thank you for the splendid
vote you gave me. for solicitor in the
first primary and will appreciate your,
support in th6 second primary, and if I
am elected I promise to give you every
thing that is within me to make you a
good prosecuting officer.
-l DAVID W. SMOAK.
- Greenville, S. C., Sept. 4, 1916.
From.H. A. Townes
I want to take this method to thank
t my many friends for the magnificent
vote they gave me on August 29.
oI wish the English language had words
e to express my appreciation and heart
felt gratitude, but if it contains them I
t know them not. I will endeavor not to
betray the trust that the good people of
Pickens county have put in' me by elect
mng me as their County Auditor, Any
time that I can beot any help to any
person mn the county 1 will gladly ren
der it. May the Lord reward you is my
prayer. HENRY A. TOWNES.
From A. J. Boggs
1 desire to genuinely thank. my loyal
friends who have stood by me so nobly
. in the past and to assure them that their
a confidence is appreciated. I also wish
t to thank my political enemies for the
kindness done in relieving me of the
responsibilities which have been upon
ine. Respectfully, A ' or
.Notice To Debtors ani
All persons having claii
estate of John G. Hunt. ..
are hereby notified to pre .
to the undersigned on or -'
*day of September 1916, v a
and all persons owing sai .e9kAu a -
Shereby requested to settle vwith t& 3
dersigned on or by said dait
( Following Bai .
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