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Established 1871-Volume 48 PICKENS, S. C., SEPTEMBERI 26, 1918Nubr2
Official Result 2nd
Election in Pickens
A special meeting of the Pickens
County Democratic 'Ekecutive commit
tee was held in the court house last
Friday to consider the request of E. F. |
- Looper for a recount of the votes in
the county supervisor's race. The
committee refused Mr. Looper's re
quest and Mr. McKinney was declared
the nominee ^
Following is the official vote for
For State Senate-'
Alexander ------------... ..1288
House of Representatives
Findley -....-------------- 1195
Leopard ... ..--------------1344
McKinney ..- - ......-1280
Finley --------------- 1462
Lesley ------------------ 1297
Beasley -----------.._... -... 921
Magistrate at Liberty
J. M. Garrett-.-...... -203
John P. Smith---------- 149
Magistrate at Eastatoe
P. G. Bowie...--..-------- 6
R. M. Lusk --- ----------56
Following is official Pickens county
vote for state oflicers:
U. S. Senate, Short-Term
Peeples..... _.-------------- 119.)
Sapp - .1051
Wolfe- ..- 1.132
Commissioner of Agriculture
Garrison .------------- 116-1
Death of Mrs. Kirk Mauldin
Mrs. Addie Mauldin died at the home
. of her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mauldin.
at Liberty on Tuesday, September 17,
after 4 ,lingering flines of several
nogh* She*?as'a daighter of Jacob
* and artha iciele*- Sh was born in
A coi , e phbtown, and
was 65 eas of Woo, yhg attended the
Thalian' cetieffygunder Rev. Jqin L.
Kennedy. She-p iasgrvivd by beg hus
band and .eight cbildrn:* Mr-,. ried
Gaines, Mrs. Junius'mfth,- Mri, 'ide
Young, Mrs. Frank lTabldin,, .
Mauldin of Green',ille, Adger' utgi
* of Central, Champ Mauldin of Iefy
Wtownship, and Pate Mauldin'd tlife U.
*S. army. She is alsb survived bfore
sister, Mrs. John E. Smith. She wasg
member of the Liberty Presbyter~lag
church. The funeral service was tcon
ducted at the house and the body wvad
interred in the old Kennemore burying
A wedding of much interest through
out the state was that of Miss Fannie
Belle Martin of Central to Mr. Roswell
Curtis fLong, first lieutenant, chaplain,
U3. S. A., which occurred at the home
of the bride's- parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe L. Martin, on l'hursday af ter
noon, September.20th, at 4 o'eclock, the
Rev. B. M. -Robertson ~offieiating.
Only the immediate relatives were
* The cerethony Was performed in the
living room.' which, was bdanilfully
decorated in golden rod and ferns.
The bride was becomvingly attir~d In a
tailored suit of blue cloth with hat to
Smatch and carried a shower bouquet of
Sbride's roses and sweet peas,.
Mrs. Long is f, lpvoly young woman
of unusual personality pdaharm, gav
ing been a most p pula'r enhef of the
c lass of 1917 of WinthrijDcollege.
The groom is a gradteao6kyd
college and University 3if t'i4
~was a student at Chicagoj ?~~
when ho decided to enlist', ni~ct
~ately after the ceremony they lI'~
an extOe1ded trip north, after wlie
they will be at bomne .to thetr miS
friends at Columbia, where Lleut ion
is now stationedl.
SRead the Special Nniot iabc~lmn
List of colored, men to be inducted
into military service and leave Pickens
at 11:30 a. m. September 25th for Camp
Daniel Brown, Calhoun.
Elihue Banks, Easley.
Jones Brazeale, West Union R-1.
Frank Lemons, Liberty.
Clarence Blair, Easley.
Richard 'Oglesby, Central.
Erskine Reid, Calhoun.
Lawrence Lewis, Easley R-5.
James T. Gowan, Pickens.
Leonard Gambrell, Central.
David Thompson, Easley.
Larry Boggs, Liberty R-2.
Winslow Brown, Central.
Rufus Sullivan, Liberty R-4.
Elinor Ferguson, Easley R-3.
Ralph Barton, Easley.
Kate Chapman, Liberty.
Cornelius Downs, Easley R-2.
Ulysses Nash, Pendleton R-4.
Sy McDow, Liberty R-3.
Dee Austin, Liberty.
Brownlow Bowen, Pickens R-5.
Robert Blassingame, Easley R-2.
Clarence Jones, Easley.
.John Davis, Easley R-6.
Twelve Mile Union Meeting
The union meeting of Twelve Mile
River Association will meet with King's
Grove Baptist church September 28 and
Saturday--10:30 to ll:00-Devotional
service conducted by the moderator.
11:00--Introductory sermon by Rev.
C. R. Abercrombie.
One hour for dinner.
1:00 to 2:00-First Query: What is
the best plan for financing our church?
Opened by Rev. LE. NI. Bolding.
2:00 to ::0)-- Second Query: Should a
convert. make his statement to the
church or should his pastor make it for
him? Opened by D. E. Garrett.
3:00 to 4:00--Third query: Why are
there so many different churches? Op
ened by Rev. H. F. Wright.
4:00 to 5:00-Fourth query: Jf a man
tninks he is on the right road will he be
condemned? Opened by Rev. W. M.
Sunday--10 o'clock--Devotional ser
vice conducted by moderator.
11:00--Missionary sermon by Rev. 13.
The Hurricane Township Singing con
vention i4 cordirdly invited to meet with
.I. L. MURIREEmr~,
A. .1. RAMPy,
-. 11. MASSINCiL,,,
Program for Pickvns Association
Following is the pw ran i'or the
union meeting of the Pikens associa
tion to be held with Pieomant Grove
'church Saturday and Sunda!, Septem
ber 28th andI 29th:
O. lv r m.-Devotional exercises by
N.4 --Sermon by Rev. 1B. (.
Query-" The Spiritual Condition of
the Churches," opened by Rev. E. M.
Bolding, then general discussion.
Preaching at night by one to be ae
9:30 a. m.-Devotional exercises by
J. R. Connelly.
*10 a. mn.-General discussion of edu
cation and Suinday school work opened
by- C. E. Robinson,, then general dis
- 11:30 a." m.---Sermnon by Rev. J. L.
Willie. - -
2 p. nm. -Devotionai services by Rev.
IJ. E. Foster.
Notes of the Fourth Liberty Loan
Mrs.. Jas. P. Carey, Jr., Chairman
Mrs. Ben T. D~ay, Publicity Chairman
The Boy~ Scout organization has made
arrsngem~ents with the Liberty Loan
organimat~dn .that they will not work
duringsthis loani a a 'national body, but
will place themeelves under the direc.
'm'00 of the ' leaof dommittees. Th<
Masury Depat'tmnent' is very much op
dased to the use of ghildren, either boy:
gHl 4bond selling. The Boy Seou
e~~~In ~is there fore registered fo
i htee kind the local com
I 4ct get The mriel 8 month
Big Liberty Loan Rally at Pickens
Saturday Evening, Sept. 28, at 8 o'clock
A jazz band from Camp Sevier will make music like
you've never heard before. Hon. M. L. Bonham will be
orator of the day. There will be patriotic tableaux and
songs. And it's all free to everybody. Come!
Youil Never Know HowGood4
This Coffee Is UntilYonTry 1V
W ORDS cannot adequately describe
.the fine flavor of Luzianne Coffee.
You've got to taste it yourself. Won't you
try Luzianne next time?
IiU !A~I INE Luzianne is packed in sanitary, air
tight, full-measure tins-impurities can't
get in and the flavor can't leak out. It
has been made very easy for you to get
acquainted. You take nio chances. If
Luzianne doesn't taste better than any
other coffee you ever tried, your grocer
will refund your money, So, buy that
first can today.
"When It Pours, It Reigns"
Subscerition Rates of
Effective October 1st, 1918, the subscription 'ates of
The State will be as follows:
Daily and Sunday, per year... $9.00
Daily only, per year 7.00
Sunday, only, per year. 2.00
Semi-weekly, per year 1.50
Short term sibscriptions at, same rate. Pavable in
variafbly in advance. +.
Until October first rene wals for not mo14 re than one
y ear ( if advan*c w\,ill bo accepted at the old rate of $8.00 +
pier year. .t
Subscrib to The Stato now, and have 'a re ws- 4
)apel covering local, State and general news, come to
your home as a daily visitor..
The State Company
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PICKjENS, '4. C.
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A5JFACT UING ENGI(AV~LRs
Price Quite as Reas&able as Consistent with Quality.
Try a dvertisonent in The Sentinel
C AR SHINCLES
Another cat -f Cear Shingles anitheys are going goodl.
Iov about t t old roof that is, giving troub)1 Vle vr time
alohav 11q~ l stock of house pa'nt that is~ going)
I FEasle. Lumber Comnpany,
Successors to cens Lu.mbe.r Co. r Pik -s . C.
A Partial List of
We are requested by the government
>flicials to advise all people engaged in
lhe list below enumerated, which is
-onsidered non-essential work, that it
mill be better for them to engage in
iuch occupations as are necessary to
)roduce something to help win the war.
)therwise they are liable to have their
!lassiflcations changed without notice.
Following is a partial list of .non
Auto industry accessories, drivers of
ileasure cars, cleaning, repairing and
lelivery of same; sight-seeing cars, au
o trucks other than those hauling fuel
or government work; teaming other
han delivery of products for war work;
>ath and barber shop attendants; bowl
ng, (billiard and pool rooms: bottlers
md bottle supplies; builders and con
tractors.not engaged in construction of
buildings for government work; mer
mantile stores, florists, fruit stands,
junk dealers, livery and sale stables,
peanut venders, shoe shining shopP,
window cleaners, soft drink establish
ments, soda fountain supplies.
COMMUNITY LABOR BOARD,
W. M. lIlagood, Chm.
W. E. Hill,
W. H. Chastain.
To get a handsome set of kitchen
ware absolutely free if you buy a Ma
jestic range next week, is an offer
worth investigating. Visit our special
demonstration during the week com
mencing October 1 to 8, and we will
show you this line ware, which is an
out-and-out gift. T. M. Gantt, Cen
tral, S. C.
There Were a goodly number baptized
at the iirst Baptist church here last
Sunday by Dr. Pendleton, the pastor.
Many of the registrants received
their questionaires last week here.
llenry King, of the army training
camp, was visiting here last week.
Has it ever occurred to you that a
worn-out range wastes money in burn
ing too much fuel and spoiling food?
A range expert who will have charge
of the Majestic demonstrrtion during
the week commencing October 1 to 8
will show you how the Majestic range
:uts down household expenses. T. M.
3antt, Central, S. C.
Mlarried, on Sunday, September IF,
it the residence of the officiating
lieer, Miss Ida Seaborn to Mir. John
.. lerd, J. Alonzo Brown, i. P., ofli
:iating. The groom is a son of Mr.
mnd Mrs. Alonzo Ilerd of Central R-3,
md is a promising young farmer, while
iis bride is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs.
Ienry Seaborn, and a niece of Rev.
V. C. Seaborn, and is a deserving
roung lady. They have the congratu
ations of their many friends.
Come on, boys. those of you of a
natrimonial inclination, and cast your
ot with the happiest people on God's
treen earth- the matrimonial class
mad when you get in France you wvill
ight with better courage from the fact
hat you have left. one behind that be
ooves you to dlefend.
Tlhe relatives of E. Garland Leopard
nd William G. Sexton, who were
alled to the colors in May and left
(ime timie t he last of .Jujy~ ori first of1
Luguist with the SI st divison, have ar
ived somewhere in England. Tlhey re
o ri a pleasan t t rip in goin~g ovr andl
LeJIm to be enjoying military life.
Married, on Sundlay, September' 8th,
ear Cateechee, Miss Mai-y Ilamby to
Iir. L emuel K ellecy, both of the t'lemas
at Htill section, J1. Alonzo Brown, N.
'., at the throttle. Tlhe groom is a
on of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kelley,
rhile the bride is a (laughter of Mr.
nd Mrs. Jlames Hlamhy. Many eon
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. .1. II. Bailey1
f Cateechee, a fine boy. .Jim says
rst he is going to let him go over and'
elp whip the Germans. after which he
xpects to make a boss weaver of him.
f Jim's boy can't whip the kaiser lby
iimself, Sloan [[olden. and Verbert.
4auldin and Mr. Ford, all of Catee
hee, can furnish help, as a war re
ruit has just recently arrived at ench
ine of their homes. No war tax on
An examination f'or tenebhers will b~e
incld in the court house Saturday, ( e
ob)er f. All ap~plic-arit must be at
east 18 years of age .!.X1amintios,f
V 'l beg.n at 9 o'clock a. mI
By or-der of State Henjrdl of Edca(tionI.
H. T'. i!ALL,IT,
Suprintendent of Edutcation.
Will Fill Out Ques
tionaires For You
I have appointed the following gen,
tlemen in Pickens county as members
of the legal advisory board and they
will fill out all questionaires brought to
them, free of charge. The government
asks that this work be done by the law
yers and business men of the United
States, and it is a highly patriotic ser
vice for which the government does not
pay and does not allow any one to charge
registrants for filing out their ques
Easley-J. M. - Smith, F. W. Whit
mire, Geo. E. Williams, C. M. Folger,
W. E. Hill. K. Z. Whitmire, Johnson
Liberty-C. E. Bush, T. A. Gary.
Almo Chapman, Rev. John Bailey, Fred
Williams, Parker Brown.
Central-J. II. Ramseur, 11. E. Sea
born, J. R. Falls, C. G. Rowland, Rae4h
Pickens-IR. E. Bruce, J. T. Rtichey,,
C. E. Robinson, W. E. Findley, Sam B.
Craig, Jas. P1. Carey, Jr., Prof. Mc
Kinney, Frank McFall, J. E. Boggs.
Dacusville--N. B. Williams, Dr. W.
Calhounl- P. S. McCollum, and 0. It.
Pumpkintown--A. C. Sutherland, S.
B. Edens, W. E. Edens, Jr.
Six Mile--). C. Mann, Prol. Willis,
John Roper, W. S. Gantt.
Crow Creek - Dr. Robert Kirksey.
JAS. P. CAI.:Y, JR.,
Chin. Legal Advisory Bd. Pickens Co.
Appoint Board of Instruction
We aire orlered by Provost Marshal
General Crowder to appoint, under the
selccie draft system, a Board of in
struction in Pickeuns county, ,whose du
ties are laid down in a bulletin which
we have in our possession. You are
hereby notilied tHit the following ien
are oppointed on the said Board by the
Local Board for Pickens County, to-wit:
W. C. Smith, Easley; V. E. Findley,
Pickens: IRev. .1. C. Hailey, Iiberty;
Rev. .1. L. Willis, Six Mile; Dr. H1. C.
Bedford, Central; Dr. W. l. P nder,
Dacusville, and V. It. Price, Pickens
It. F. D. No. 3.
Each member of this Hoard is re
quired to meet the other members at
Pickens court house on Saturday, Sep.
tember 28th, at 10 a. in., for the pur
pose of electing a chairman and receiv
ing instruction as to the nature of the
duties they are called upon to perform.
E. P. McCRAvy,
('hirman111 I~oeni B0111rd.
From Peters Creek
)lir. E'ditor: All is 411iet o' 01his side
and settling down t-, business sinIe we
did our duty --that is. voted for our
men for the (ifferent offices and regis
tered ron 18 to .J to fight for, the
Unite'd States if he should call on us to
do so. \Ve hope to see the daty soon
when thre(et million A merican soldiers
will triumpantly mnarch thr'ough thle
city oif Berlin, and we believe we shall
learn that. the same is true er'e long.
I ;en P'. Crenshiaw has pur'chasedl him -
self a lFordi and P'erry does 1 aIke the
girls to ride now. lle paid the' City by
the Sea a visit r'ecentfly anad enjoyed
his trip) fine.
Hart o H(endicks, who wenet to Camp
Waidswor th some time ago, has r'e
I urnaed hiome uanable for muili tary dutl y.
There were :N ime'n between- the ages
of 18 and3( -15 that register'ed at, Peters
Cr'eek on the 12t.h, aund every one seems
to wvan t to helpl lick the kaiser.
We aire looking forwvard to the four'th
Mat urdoay and Sunday with mauih pleasr~
uree, as the Pick~ens coun ty sin..Ang coit
vention will meet at Mt. Tbor church
then. Probably we may get to fill up
once more before we go across..
Messrs. J. D). aind C. C. MtConnell
have been on thle sick list for some
There wais at debate at Peters Cr'eek
school house ron Friday evening, Sep
temberci 13lth. Tlhe subject: "Rslvd
That mathematies is of more impior
tance than English.'' The speakers on
the aflirmnative were Misses Sophie
Ii uni, Christine Edens and1( Mrs. Lil
lian Looper; negative, Miss Hessie Wil
liams, Mattie I .ou Simmons arnd Saullie
Edens. The judges decided for the
negative. A good crowd was present
and( the best of ord(er prevailed,
The Fant-Comnp: 'ni tent meeting be
gan in P'ickens las: Fr'iday night, andjo
enloirmous aui!ences' are'( a ttendingeach
ser'vice. Rev. Yr. Conj pten an~d Mr.
Fan t. hav'e been doing some effecLtive
pn-chinig iand Prof. Day, choir leader,