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77 More White Men
Going to the Army
Seventy-seven white men of Pickens
county will go to Camp Jacl on to en
ter the army next Monday. Eighty
''" six have been called to appear before
the local board, but, nine are substi
List of white men called for military
duty to report at the office of the local
board on June 23d and leave for Camp
Jackson on June 24th:
Zachariah Taylor Ballenger, Easley
Charles James Sidell, Liberty R-3.
Frank R Williams, Cateechee.
Sam Perkins, Central.
Noah Jay Hunter, Liberty.
Sam Martin Hester, Easley R-2.
John Freeman Stansell, Pickens R-1.
Henry Duncan, Central.
John Wesley Cates, Pickens R-2.
Wm Harris Moore, Liberty R-3.
John C Gaillard, Liberty R-2.
James Crensha , Nine Times.
Martin C. Arnold, Central.
, .' Elijah Martin Gilstrap, Eastatoe.
Ben T Madden, Murphy.
Andrew Milton Stephens, Easley R-4.
Thomas Arnold, Pickens R-4.
Will Moore, Pelzer R-1.
Richard Benson Gravley, Pickens R-3.
Levi Crow, Calhoun.
Elmer D. Burgess, Woodruff R-1.
Wm. Bramlett Porter, Easley R-1
Larkin Griffin Phillips, Norris. t
Wm. Homer Gravley, Pickens R-3. f
Pertie Leigh Jones, Dacusville.
Paul C Clayton, Central
Julius Oscar Baker, Pickens R-4. t
Robert Leonard Lynch, Pickens R-3. r
John E Reynolds, Dacusville R-2. f
Jesse Holbert Hunt, Traveler's Rest.
Thomas Ernest Childress, Easley R-6. <
Lawrence Orr Day, Easley R-3. r
Samuel Harrison Robinson, Dacusville, t
Willie Chapman, Nimmons,
Frederick John Berry Garvin, Central.
Ralph Gilstrap, Norris.
Leon Cassell, Pickens R-3.
Lawrence P Simmons, Pickens R-1.
Frank Pierce Bynum, Calhoun.
James F Monrow, Eastatoe
Albert P M Holder, Pickens.
Jay Walter Mullinax, Central R-3. s
Walter Bates, Liberty R-3 1
Jasper Stewart, Pickens R-3.
Henry T Lathem, Easley R-2.
Sampson A Thomas, Nimmons. e
Luther Leming, Dacusville. '
Ahiaer DuRant Hopkins, Central.
Robert Elliott Alexander, Dacusville. r
Wmn. Avery Cisson, Pickens R-6.
Mac Nelson, Pickens R-5- l
Ed Lee Howard. Dacusville R-2. (
James P. Cannon, Pickens R-3. l
Claude Estes Ellenburg, Liberty R-.. ']
John Harris, Pickens R-4.
Henry Elrod, Central
Joe Canada Brewer, Central R-3.
Morton Bertram Stephens, Pickens
Cole Earle Porter, Pickens R-2.
Jim Edd Stephens, Calhoun.
Waltz ''on Lewis, Pickens.
Edw. Easley R-2
Edj' Hooton, Liberty R-1.
be t, Easley.
C' lin McNeely, Pickens.
* n.nley Crittenden, Green
*cie Lee, Central R-3.
Wlian rasooky, Calhoun.
WatrHerbert Mann, Pickens R-2.
Ward Boyce Allen, Central.
Fred Oglesby, Central.
J Hugh Shirley, Liberty.
Calvin Roark Stansell. Nimmons.
John Ed Holcoinbe, Liberty.
Declonius E Findley, Pickens R-2.
Richard Carlisle Powell, Cateechee,
.Walter Lewis Rodgers, Greenville.
Elbert M Brooks, Easley.
Barney Alexander, Liberty.
Bunk Hendricks, Pickens R-6.
Roy Perry, Easley R-2.
Ernest Lafayette Lesley, Easley R-4.
McTimothy Daves, Pickens R-3.
Sam Gilbert, Nine Times.
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
30 Pickens Negroes '
Going to Army Fri.
T1hirty-five colored men of Pickens
county have been notilied by the Pick
ens local board to appear in Pickens at
.2 o'clock p. mn,, June 20, and thirty of
them will be sent to Camp Jackson to
enter the army June 21. Seventy
seven white men will also be sent next
Following are the names of the nie
Dillard Walker Joseph Evans
Wesley Ferguson Stephney D~uke
Dave Smith Will Drayton
Henry Sloan JpDpe
Clarence Glenn Wl ado
Will Anthony LryAli
Henry Gambrell SletrHmlo
George Austin Jh ai
Isaac Williams JeeroWht
Jay Wakefield To Brw
,Jule Wright MnslRseod
David Patterson JmsRsmn
Lum Barton TJElso
Walter IF v's Egn as
Bru' (cLeo Ara
New P. 0. Building
Central is sun to have a new brick
post office building. The dirt was bro
ken last week for the foundation. It is
to be erected between the old post office
and the Bunk of Central and is to be a
two story building with.ofices upstairs.
J. L. Carson, Central's hustling and
efficient contractor, is to do the work.
Most of the brick are on the ground and
we expect soon to see Uncle Sam's
business in the new building. J. N.
Morgan is to have the building erected.
Those of the soldier and sailor visitors
to Central the past week were Marvin
Lawrence, Edgar Martin, Paul Duckett,
Henry King, Clement Kelley and S. W.
Clayton, of the army and F. Van Clay
ton of the navy.
II. E. Seaborn, chairman of this dis
trict of the War Savings Stamp cam
paign, is doing excellent work. He has
already sold several hundred dollars
worth of stamps himself, and at the
dlose of the campaign we expect to
hear Mr. Seaborn make a good report,
for he has been an eflicient and untiring
vorker in the Liberty Bonds and Red
gross campaigns. c
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.- d
New Winthrop Scholarship n
While attending the state short a
ourse at Winthrop College last week,
he scholarship winning women and
;irls of the home demonstration clubs e
lecided to make possible an education P
or some canning club girl by giving a d
wo-year scholarship. The require- i
nents for this scholarship are the same
s those for the regular state scholar- k
hips offered by Winthrop College, ex t
ept that the girl must have been a
nember of the canning club for at least e
For further inforination write
Miss Eu'. saIr MAULDIN, a
Co. Home Dem. amt, Easley, S. C.
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.- a
The following named persons on the t
tate pension roll for Pickens county a
ave failed to apply for their pension
which is in the office of clerk of court. a
'he law provides that where the person
ntitled to pension has died since the 1
irst day of January, 1918, it can be
aid out to the family, otherwise it
rust be returned to State treasurer.
James Garrison, Francis Summey, o
1annie V. Cameron, Sarah E. Childress, o
aroline Eades, Elizabeth Hollis, H. C. s
Lesley, Millie Ann Raines, HarrietTims,
L. Norris. O. S. ST'wART, a
Clerk of Court. y
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
W. 0. W. Unveiling s
Olive Camp, W. O. V. No. 575, will C
inveil a monument erected to the mem
ry of Soy. Robert Gantt, at Cross h
toads cemetery next Sunday, June 23, a
t 5 p. mn. All WV. 0. WV. have a spe- o
:ial invitation to be with us. Rev. I
lenry Hill will deliver the address. c<
The public cordially invited. k
By order of C. C.
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
Congressman Lever has withdrawn
rem the U. S. senatorial race. In giv
ng his reasons for withdrawing Mr.
iever p)ublishes letters from President t]
Vilson asking him to remain at his post gg
s chairman of the agricultural commit
ce of the national house of representa
ives. This leaves the race for the sen
te between Senator Tfillman, N. B.
)ial, a business man of Laurens; ex
bovernor Blease, and .J. F. Rice, an hi
--BUY W. S. STAMPS.
M1ust Have Permit to
Thresh Small Grain ~
I have given notice to p~eople who ex- i
iect to operate threshing machines to ai
alease give give me their names and
iddresses and the name of the machine t
md~ only a few men have responded to .t
;his request. This is to notify the gen- 5
mral p)ublic and the farmers not to have
my threshing done unless the person in
sharge presents to you a certificate
living him authority to thresh small
grain in this county, the certificate to
be signed by the F'ood Administrator
for Pickens county.
Sam B. Craig,
lFood Administrator for Pickens county.
'You can get The Sentinel 8 months
NOTICE TO ELECTORS.
By an act of the legislature rte
quirmng all voters to re-register in
1918, the Books of Registration for
Pickens county, S. C., will be opened
at Pickens, C. I., on the first Tues
day in July, 1918, and standl open
until the 31st day of August for the
purpose of re-registering all voters
previouly registeredl, and to regis
ter all those who may b~ecome 21
years of ago before the secondl
Tuesday in November, 1918, and all
others who are qualified to register
All applicants for registration are
requiredl to appear before tho Board
y-~. ., With Pickens
$: ..:. County Boys
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(Under this head The Sentinel ex
pects to publish from time to time in
teresting items and letters. from Pick
ens county soldiers. We now have sev
eral letters on hand and would be glad
to have others which will be of interest
to the public.'
From Homer Sutherland
Sunday, May 26th 1918.
My Dear Mother:-Your letter dated
April 27 came today and I was sure glad
to hear from you, for your last letter
as a little discouraging, but this one
smoothed things over in good shape. 1
cnew it would turn out this way because
you have always been my friend in cv
rything else and I knew you would he
We are now allowed to tell the folks
t home where we are located in France.
Ve are now in Nantes about 40 miles
rom the coast. It is a city of about
00,000 people, I think; looks very much
ike Charleston in some respects, espe
ially the buildings; they are all very
ld, some of them are actually falling
own from age. The streets are very
arrow, ,all paved with cobblestones;
Mme places there are no sidewalks; all
re very narrow-from two to three
yet wide in most places.
The funniest thing I see is the wood
n shoes worn by the poor class of peo
le, just made of a chunck of wood and
iok like little canoes. The people here
rink wine just as the people in Amer
a do coffee or milk. Ice cream is un
nown; haven't seen any since I left
ae states; no soda fountains-nothing
ut wine rooms and they are about ev
ry other door.
Our barracks here are fine, have good
eds, the buildings are built of concrete
nd cement floors, have a firstclass bath
'ith shower baths, hot and cold water,
'ur grub is good enough, I guess it is
a good as could be expected.
The nearest I have been to church is
ght now. There is a bunch of Negro
-oops here and one of them is a preach
r, so they are having preaching in the
less hall. Of course it can be heard
II over the camp and then some. The
Cason I haven't been to church is that
can't understand anything they say;
owever, it might do me good if I would
o and just look on. I have a pretty
ard time "getting by" here, but a lot
f fun. Can't even say "howdy" to
ne when I pass them on the street-I
imply wave my hand and grunt.
I haven't heard from any one but you
nd my girl since I came here. Got
our letter and hers the same day. Did
he write to you? In an old letter she
Grote me at Camp Merritt, N. J., said
he was going to write you. The letter
allowed me over as I only stayed in
amp Merritt two days.
I have written all I can think of, so
ere's hoping that you and all the rest
re well and that I will hear from you
ften. Don't worry about me because
m going to stayistraight, also I'm
>ming back. Give all the folks my
ve. Your loving son,
H-. E. Sutherland Pvt.,
1st Army Hl'dq's Reg't. C.,
Amer'n Exp. Fes. France, via N. Y.
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
Our Special Notice column is one o
'ac most interesting panrts of this paper.
eep) your eye on it.
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
Notice of Election
Whereas, a petition from the free
olders and electors of Kings School
listrict No. 25 has been filed with
rme County Board of Education ask
ig that :an election he held to deter
line whether an additional levy of 3
iills shall be levied on saidl district
er school purposes.
It appearing to the County Board of
ducaition that the peCtition meets the
equiremnents of the law; therefore, it
ordleredl that the trustees of the
bove-named district do hold an election
said (district on the 13th (lay of
u~ly, 1918, at the school house, for
ne above statedl purpose. The election
a be conducted in accordance with
action 1742 of the school law.
By order of the County Board of Ed
cation. R. T. HIALLUM,
Sec'y andl Chairman.
COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON
South Carolina's Oldest College
134th Year Begins September 27.
Entrance examinations at all the
ounty seats Friday, July 12, at 9 a. mn.
Four-year courses lead to the B. A.
ad B. S. degrees. A two-year pre
nedical course is given. Military train
ng in all courses.
A free tuition scholarship is assigned
.o each county of the state.
Spacious huild ings and athletic
grounds, well equ Ipped laboratories,
mnexcelled library facilities.
Expenses moderate. For terms and
j..I.MesWAiN SAM IL.CAAIG
.:teettville, S. C. P i cn , . C.
McSwain & Craig
u'rntiee mr tat and 1'edeicral Court.
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Omien Phone 39
in this paper will bring
good returns on the
money invested J9
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
suit. Special attention given to ladies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
Cone to Pickens lo (10 your
trad ing. Our ierch ants have
the goods and they will treat;
Sapolio doing its
for U.S.Marne Cc
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Our service can be had in Pickens:
Icounty the same as in Greenville.
Phone 129 day or night, Grennville S. C.
Announcements (not to exceed six
lines) under this heading will be in
serted until election day at a uniform
charge of $5. This charge includes in
sertions up to second primary for those
who are to be declared in the second
race. No announcement will be in
serted unless paid for iii' advaice.
For State Senator
At the solicitation of friends 1 an
nounce my candidacy for the State
Senate, subject to the rules and regu
lations which govern the Democratic
primary. J. H. EAnts.
For House of Representatives
Many friends of J. S. Leopard hereby
respectfully announce him a candidate
as a member of the louse of Repre
sentatives from Pickens county, sub
ject to the rules an1d regulations of the
For Couity Supervisor
1 hereby anfnounce myself a candidate
for the ofie of Supervisor of Pickens
county, subject to the rules and regula
tions of the I)emocratic party.
For County Commissioner
Friends of W. T. Hi~vrixs hereby an
nounce him a canlidate for the oflice of
Commissioner of Pickens county. sub
ject to the action of the voters in the
approaching )emocratie primarv elec
For Probate Judge
I hereby announco myself a candidate
for the office of Probate Judge, subject
to the voice of the people at the Demo
cratic primary election.
.I. A I.ONU BitO VN.
Cateechee, S. C.
The friends of G. V. Howen hereby
announce him as a candidate for the
office of Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, subject to the action of the
voters at the Democratic primary elec
At the solicitation of my friends I
hereby announce myself a candidate for
re-election to the office of Judge of
Probate for Pickens county, subject to
rules and regulations of the Democratic
primary election. I was undecided for
a long time whether I should offer for
re-election or not on account of my
health, but it has so much improved
that 1 feel I can render the services re
quired. I am grateful to the people
for their kindness and indulgence, and
respectfully ask their support this time
for the last. If my health fails again
so that I cannot perform the duties of
the oflice I promise to resign. Re
spectfully, J. H. Nawumny.
Notice of Forfeiture
One Ford Limousine, seized on line
of Pickens and Greenville counties, near
Mayfield's bridge, in Greenville county,
district of South Carolina, for violation
of Section 3296-removing and conceal
ing spirituous liquors upon which the
tax have not been paid. Same being
the property of J. W. Ellison, Easley,
Notice is hereby given that any per
son claiming the above property must
give bond to the collector of internal
revenue on or before the 19th day of
July, 1918, or said property will be de
clared forfeited to the United States.
''. J. M. SCOTT,
Notice of Forfeiture
One bay mare, one sorrel horse, one
twvo (2) horse wagon with box b~ed and
spring seat and two (2) sets of plow
gear harness, same being seized of WVill
Crowv near Jocassee, in Oconee county
district, of South Carolina, on the 23rdi
day of May, 1912, for violation of Sec
tion 3453 IR. S. Internal Revenue Laws.
One single-barrel shotgun seized of
W. E. Elberson near ,Jocassee, S. C.,
on October 14, 1917, for violation of
Section 3281 Rt. S.
One double-barrel shotgun and one
single-barrel shotgun seized of lien
Jlawvkins near D~acusville, S. C., on
November 24th, 1917, for violation 5ee
tion 3281 R. S.
Notice is hereby given that any per
son claiming above-named property
must give bond to the Collector of In
ternal Revenue on or before the expira
tion of 30 days after the appearance of
notice oi' said prOperty will b~e declared
forfeited to the U1nited States.
T1. .J. M. Sco-rrT,
8 D~eputy Collector.
This is campaign year andI you will
want your county paper. D~on't let
your subscription expire.
--BUY W. S. STAMPS.
The home merchant is entitled tc
town. When he cannot supply youi
always glad to see you and will take
whose names appear in this diirectory
Insure in the
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