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Many people in this county will
above group. It is Mr. Q. B. Sin
May 15, will represent with the ot'ne
Coreco Debating Sccicty of the Bow
fifte-nth ennual debate between the I
of the great school events of Bowli
will Watch with interest this clash o
Rev. A. M. Simmons.
IcCRAVY MAY IRUN FOR CON
Senator E. P. MeCravy of Eans
?y is seriously considering making
)e lace for congress from this dis
ciet to suecceed Cons. ressman Dom
nick. It is known that Senator
teCravy has been urged by friends
make the race and has promises
strong support; but he has not
At definitely decided whether he
ill make the race.
Mr. McCravy has never been de
oatod for public office and should
decide to enter the congressional
its he would stand a good chance.
adding to his unbroken string of
ALONG PICKENS ROUTE 3
An enjoyable pound supper was
vcn last Wednesday night to cele
ate the 60th birthday of Mrs. W.
. Stewart, and also Miss Lillie
tsdioll's 22nd birthday. A l',rgei
>wd enjoyed the occasion and the
any good things to eat.
Misses Lillie and Dallie Cassell
sited their cousin Miss Arie Stew
t last week cnd
A large crowd attended Sunday
1ool at Holly Springs last Sunday
William Gravely, is i'nproving.
cly and Dr. Woodruff has dismiss
Mlr. Erri?: Eddings was seen dear
pting in this section last Sunday
M~y!'7. at the home of
* s father, Mr. A. Porter,
ec Porter and Mr. Jay
Rev. J. A. Davis perform
A year ago
A sweeping verd
SASH -- DOORI
*Rough and Dressed
We have a good ass
Windshields cut ant
r cecgnize one of the )ictures of the
i mons who, on Monday evcning of
e young gentlemen in the gi oup the
1 ing Green Business University in its
3 ig 4 and Coreco Societies. This is one
a g Gruen. T1he people of this, co)unty
I opinion. Young. Sinunns is a son of
REV. J. T. MANN '. .ICIN I
Rev. J. T. Alann, the blind
list, will lpreiech at th.. il.wie
ehurches Lh'e fcurthu Sunda:: in May:
Six Mile .t 11 ('clock; Mountain
View at :3:30. and Concord at 8:00.
Prof. )uf' Bolding will sing at these
services and the public is invited to
W. O. W. NOTICE
All present members of Keowee
Camp, W. 0 W., and all former
me:nbcrs of this camp are invited to
attend a meeting in the hall at Pick
ens on the night of June 6. Several
state cfficers and other prominent
visitors will be with us.
A. S. Porter, Clerk.
STOP WORK ON ROAD
Supervisor McKinr ey states that
he will move the county chaingang
off of the Pickens-Brevard highway
May 27 and begin work on the Six
Mile-Norris road by June 1.
As the chaingang is the only force
at work on the Pickens-Brevard road
and no contract has been let for
work on the road the removal of the
chaingang will mean that work will
stop on that road for the present.
About eleven miles of this highway
have been completed by the chain
gang ven( about nine miles remain
to be built by contract.
it was thought that the conti'act
for he coIlpletition of the road would
have been let last month, but for
somel reascn er cother it has not been
It is thouht that work wvill probably
be resumed on the roadl ini June.
The Sentinel being thle mlost wvidely
read paper inl Pickens county is niat
urally the best advertising medium.
[et for QUALITY
Lumber of All Kinds.
.Ortment of glass.
CCURT CON VENES JUNE 5th.
Judge i' ?diniai Will (reside--..,t of
Follkwing i; the list of i; tit jurors
draw: to serve at the next termn of
at t (:f getnera. sessiio'riil e n : anomn
pleas which colvterls at P' on
'lon!y, June 5th, with 1lis 'mor,
Judge T. ,J. laulding, .aiiin
M. 0. Looper John \V. \Wallace
La. 13. Freen-1:an1 G. 't. ledik
J. J. Sihmn R. C. liabinson
L. A. Rog:;ers J. E. Chlri:.opher
IE. G. 31le)aniel A. L. Johnson
U. G. She-:k C. I,. 3;el.can
A. 13. 'Taylor Gar:ison Wyatt
Rt. A. H~uno tn J. S. Sliller
Elford 31. Bolding ,. L. Lackey
Sam J. Nalley Warren D. Wilbal
Thos S. Ramnsy l. L. Hamilton
Parker J. Brown O M. Page
WM. 1. Laiion James Winchester
J. P. Glenn Roscoe F. Lesley
Rey U. Smith B B. Porter
.J. 11. !.awrcac Goo. E. 'elborn
V. E. ILi I V.. A /\ n(erson LOpic r
COST OF GOSNELL LTIAL
Treasrur HIint-on of Iickens coun
ty has re'c ivc(l a ehlk from Green
ville (eunty for $910.85 t-> lay the
cost of holding the Gosnell trial in
Iickcn s last September. It was a
Greenville county case tried in Pick
ens county by change of venue and
Greenville county paid all costs.
PICKENS CHURCH DIRECTORY.
Rev. F. T. Cox, Pastor.
Sunday School at 10 a. m.
Preaching every second and fourth
Sunday at 11 a. in.
Preaching every Sunday night at
8:00 p. n.
Prayer Meeting every Wednesday
at 8:00 p. m.
Rev. H. A. Knox, Pastor, Liberty
Sunday School at 10:15 a. in.
Preaching every first and third
Sunday morning at 11:15, and every,
second and fourth Sunday night at
GRACE METHODIST CHURCH
Rev. J. C. Diggs, Pastor, Pickens
Sunday School at 10 a. In.
Preaching 11 a. in.
Preaching at 8:00 p. in. by the pas
Evpworth L(.ague meeting every
Sunday at 7:00 p. mn.
Prayer Meeting every Thursday
at 8:00 p. in.
AP'POINT31'ENTS FOR PICK ENS
First Sunday-Perter's chapel 11
o'clock a. mn; Tabor 3:30 p. mn.
Second Sunday-Bethel 11 o'clock
a. mn; Salem 3:30 p. mn.
Third Sunday-Tabor 11 o'clock a.
mn; Porters chapel 3:30 p. mn.
Fourth Sunday-McKinney's c hap)-I
ci 11 o'clock a. mn.
D). P. Hudson, Pastor.
PRUEACHlNG D)AYS ON NORRIS
Rtev. J. VW. Prior, paistor', anniounces~
a new schedule ot preach ing days en
the Nerris charge as follows:
First Sunday.-Fairview at 11 a.
am.; Tfwelve 3Mike at 4 p. mn.
Sec;::d Sunday.-Betlehemn at 11
a. in.; Norris at 41 P. mn.
Third Sundlay.--C-.ateec hee at 11 a.
ml. ; Faiirview at 41 p. mn.
Four'th Sunday.-Gap Hlill at 11 a.
im.: Noarris at 4I p. mU.
NOTI'CE OF ELECTlION
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a pet itiona has been filed
with the' trustees of P icken s School
District No. :1, in siad county and
state, signed by m;.re t han one--third
of the resiadent freeholdleas and a like
proportion of resident electoars of the
age of twe(nty-one years of said
school (district as appears by the eer'
tifcates of the county auditor of said
county attached to raid petitin.
praying that the tr'ustees of said
school district order' an election to
determine whether or not bonds in)
the sum of Twelve T1houisandia
Dollars ($12.000) shall be issuedl
by the saidl school (listriict for the
purpose of school implrov'eme(nt s;
Andl it further appearinig by the
certificrate of the ('ounty audi tori of
saidl county that th.' proposed~'J baond~
isue of Twelve Thu '2and D)ob
lars dloes not exceed (eight per
c'ent of the assessed v:a jmon -
pr'operty for' taxat ion in saidl dis
It is therefore (ordered by the
bwardi of trustees of P'iekens School
di7tric t No. 31 that aie election be held
in the said school (1:stritt nt the co;urt
house on the 22 (lay of M.ay, 1922 on
'he qunson whethne ru-a bonds shall
be Issued or not, said bonds to be issu
ed In denominations of One Thousand
Dollar: each to run for a period of
twenty years from the date of issue
and bearing six per cent interest,
payable annually. At such election
orly qualified voters residing in this
school district shall be al!owed to
The polls shall open at 8:00 o'
clock a. in. and close ate4 o'.lock p.mi,
The ballots to be voted mut have
written or printed on them the words
"For Bonds" or "Against Bonds."
The following named are noreby
appointed managers to hold said
G. G. Christopher, J. C. Porter, R.
By order of the Board of Trustee
of Pickens School District No. 31.
W. L. Mathency,
R. E. Lewis,
R. E. Yongue.
Bcard of Trustees of Pickens
School District No. 31.
This the 9th day of May 1t'22.
NOTI('1 TO CliEITOiiS 0F AI'
PL'iCAT NFOlt DISCAG E
IN TPill-. STIC COURT'I OF TH'IE
For the Wcster l District of Soutlh
In the \latter of M. I). Cox, doing
business as Ccx V'ariety Store, Eas
ley, S. C., Bankrupt.
To the Creditors of the above named
Take notice that on lay 11 1922,
the above named bankrupt filed his
petition in said Court praying that he
may be decreed by the Court to have
a full discharge from all debts prov
able against his estate, except such
debts as are excepted by law from
such discharge, and a hearing was
thereupon ordered and will be hasl
upon said petition on June 13 1922
before said Court, at Greenville in
said District, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, at which time and place all
known creditors and other persons in
interest may appear and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer
of said petition should not be granted.
D. C. Durham, Clerk.
Dated at Greenville, S. C.,
May 11, 1922
NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF AP
I'LICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF TILE
For the Western District of South
In the Matter of C. D. Ilodge, trad
ing as H1od:ge's 5, 10 and 25e Store
Easley, S. C., Bankrupt.
To the Creditors of the above named
'Take notice that on April 29 1922,
the above named bankrupt filed his
petiticn in said Court praying that
le may be dIecreedl by the Court to
have a full dlischiarge from all debts
provable against his estate, excCept
such d:ebts as are expectedl by law
from such (dischiarge, and a hearing
was thereupon ordered and will be
had upon said petition on May 21)
1922 before said Court, at Greenville
in said1 District, at 11 o'clock in the
fore~noon, at which time and pla0ce all
known creditors andc other'i persons
in initerest may aijpear and show
cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of saidl Pet ition should not be
graned.D. C. DURH AM, Clerk.
Dated(Iat Greenville, S. C., April 29,
SUM3IONS AND' NOTICE OF PUB
STA..TE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF C'OMMOlN PLEAS
Thomas R. O'Dell ard ID. G. O'Dell,
partners in trade, P'laintiffs
Tl A. Norris, D)efendo :t.
To the defendant, Tl. A. No'rris:
You are hereby su~ninond and re
quired to answver the com nlaint in the
above stated action1, whiich wals on the
81st (lay of March, 1922, filed in the
office of the clerk of court of Commnn
Pleas for Pirekens County. South Caro
lina, at Pirkens, South Carolina, and
whiech is still on file in saidl offiec'.
You are furthe re iquired to serve a
copyi of your~ answer. to the said comi
pl ainit on the sube'rihed, M'dart in, Ely
the. Craig & Keith, :at thleir oiffices at
P ickens, .South Carolina, within twenu
ty, da'.s aifter the service hereof, ox
elus i-:e of the dayv of service ; and if
you ' il to answerw the complaint,
within' the time aforesaid, the pilin
tilts in this act ion will apply to the
C'ourt for the relief demanded in the
Martin, Blythec, Craig & Keith.
Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
0. S. Stewvart.
Clerk of Court of Common Pleas for
P'ickens County, South Carolina.
P'icken., S. C. May 2, 1922.
NOTlIC(E OF FIN AL SETTL'EM ENTI
Not ie is hereby given that I will
ma~ike um licat icn to N. A. C'hrist 1,her
Esq., .Junev of Probate for ieikeni
lina. on i 1 (t dai~(iy ei .June1, 1922,
*)t 11 e'el1 o ini the foren'.>on, ori as
enn~ l be . i, i1r lave to make finia
settlemen' ' f the personal estate o1
Bert ie Galloway, deceasedl, and ob
ta in dlischarge as G;uardian of sah
S. P. Craig. Guardian.
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