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PICKENS, S. C.
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TIIE PICKENS SENTINEL, Pickens,
I)EATI OF BRIGHT BOY
The death angel visitei the home
of Mr. anid Mrs. W. E. Hendricks on
last Friday, May 19, and took from
them after an illness of five days
their youngest son Irvin Howard,
agc(1 14 years and two days. lie was
a good boy and perfectly devoted to
h's parents, brothers and sisters and
vas a general favorite with his school
mates as well as the older people
of the community. On all sides you
could hear it said "Irvin is the est
boy in our settlement," and now he
is getre. lle had been a mnembee of
Gi iffin church shnce Aug., 1921, and
by his daily waik proved beyond a
(loubt that he was a child of God.
le attended Sunday Sch, l regularly
and was nfte bf Cie lrightedil. of ct'
Sunbeam band of his church. All
that loving heat ts a'id halnis could di
to stay the. hand of death provel
fruiticss, God calls A and he was ready
to go. On the day fo1llowing his death
Rev. F. Tr. Cox of l'iekenrs con-luete I
the funeral. One beanutiful feature
of the servtce was the singing of the
sweet song, "'Gat herintg Buds," ..ang
by his school and class mates with
his music teacher and mutch loved
friend S. L. Pace at the organ. An
nther feature of the (occasicon wats the
SlGw ing tribute paid him by his teach
er Pref. R. T1. H~allumn. After an
i'pprtopriate talk by Rev. F.. T. Cox
the casket which was covered with
beautiful flowers placed there by lov.
ing hands was carriedl to the grave'
Prtof. lilallumn wv~i t i of his school
mates acting as pall bearers. Thor
in the presencs of a large concour.e
in the preser;cc of'a large conmours<
precious body was laid to rest in thl(
cemetery of Griffinil eh..
'MRS. HALE D)EAD)
Mrs. Martha J. Hale (lied alt her
home in the Pickens Mill village May
15 and the body was laid to rest in
the village cemetery tile folbowing
day. Mrs. Hale was a native of Tren..
nsee, but moved to Pickens counlty
six or seven years ago. She was
eighty y ars of age and leaves eight
children, and a number of grandchil
dren and great-grandchildrten. Six of
the children live in Sout h Carolina,
one in Alamnaba anud one( ill Tennessee.
Her husband precedled hter to the
grave several years.
Mrs. Hale was affl icted for several
months, but bore her suffering wvith
true christian fortitudo. I uneoral
.servieces were conductor by A. W.
McNeeley of the Pickens Mill chur~eh.
I DEATH OF INFANT
Little Joe Abner Alexander, five
month-old son of Mr and Mrs. J. J.
Alexander of Cateechee, died at the
home of his grand parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Gravely in Holly Springs
section May 14. The little fellow had
never recovered from atn attack of flu
about six weeks before his death.
Mrs. Alexander has lost two sisters
by death since the 17th of Ia'st De
cember and it seems very hard 'that
her baby should now be takenl from
her, but God in His allwise provi
dence knows best. Funeral services
veill be held at Friendship church the
\ithird Sunday afternoon in August at
DEATH OF LITTLE OPAL Mc
Miss Opal McAdams, the 11 year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
McAdams, dicd at her home near
Farr's bridge on May 13th af
tei a week 's il;lu- witi pneumonia.
Her remains were laid to rest at.
Mt. Carmel Baptist church Sunday
efternoon, funeral services conduct
cd by her pastor, Rev. Ben G. Field.
She was a student at Vineland
school and all the teachers and her
class attended the funeral in a body.
Four class mates acted as pall bear
The bereaved family have the
sympathy of many friends.
MRS. YOUNGBLOOD DEAD
Mrs. Em malne Youngblood, wife of
J. E. Ycungblood, died near Central
on May 17. Mrs. Youngblood was a
goad woman, a faithful wife, mother
and friend and many are the 'hnrts
hat are srI at her departure.
She is survived by a husban I aind
the fellowing children: .Miss Fannie
Ycunzblood, Mrs. Annie Kay and
Scott Yo.ungblood. May God comfort
and sustain the bereaved ones in their
lonely hour. A Friend.
I)EATII OF MRS. M. J. STANSELIJ
On Sunday morning, May 7th, at
1(:30 o'ch~ek, the angel of death in
vrAd:i the hie of Rcv. M. J. Stant
re! 1 ne ar. Wevt Un'in ar(l clr.ine(i
his wife, Mrs. Pc arle Stansell, to
the y.rcat eyend. She leaves her
husband, one little daughter, Helen,
and her father and mother, nine
brothers, one sister and many cther
relatives and a host of.. .friends to
mourn her death. The remains were
laid to rest at Mountain View church,
Pickens county, on the day following
her passiqg away.-Keowee Courier.
MRS. RIGGINS DEAD
Miss Licena Riggins died May 19
at the age of 34 years and two days.
Her remains were laid to rest the
following day in Mount Bethel ceme
tery after funeral services conducted
by Revs. D. P. Hudoln and. Ben
Icore. Mrs. Riggins was a faithful
member of the Baptist church and a
true christian woman.
Besides many friends and relative:s
she is survived by one daughter, Mrs.
Marie Hunter of Pickens county; one
si tor, Mrs. Malinda Parrott of Wash
inoten, and twco brc.Lhurs, Rev. Reu
ben Rice of Crow Creek and .1. W.
Rice of Texas. e
It was hard to see her gr.; we will
mis. her all the way; but ais sweet
f'r us to know we will join her some
Notices run under this head at thE
rate < f one cent a word for first in
sertioi, one-hlf cent a word foi
each sul':(aue:tt insertion. No notiec
acceptedl for less than 25c first time,
$1 5.00 REWtA RD--For reoey,
wvith pr oof to convict th'f, of a 'Ferd
front wheel with smnooth tead~ Fire
stonie casing wvith a streak the length
of a pencil andl size of a large broom.
straw worn to fabrie; also side cut
on center of casing. Will TV. Free
man, Pickens Rl4. 2:
FOUND-Saturday night in front
of Baptist church in Pickens, one dark
blue child's straw hat. Owner -can
get same by paying for this ad. Call
phone No. 2104, Pickens.
TOWVN CREEK ROLLER MILL
has jiust been overhauled and put in
firstela';s cendition thrcoughout. Rolls
have beCen dressed, bolting cloths re
paired, engine overhauled and byecry
thing in fine shape to give the v'ery
?best servic e. C. P. Pace, Manager
and MIiller. 3
WANTED:-A high grade man.
Will average $200.00 per1 month. Must
he well recommended. Wondlerful
oprertunity for the right man wvith
n at ion ally known concern. Wr te Em
ploymient car e Pickeras Scntihel, P'ick.
enS. C. -_ _
WANTED-A good man to rep
resent up in Pickens and adjoining
counties in handling Morwments and
Memorial work. We have a good
prlopos.ition for a good nnln, Addre ;s
OWEN BROS . MARBL~E 'AND
GRANITE CO., Greenwood, S. C.
WANTED-To buy one grown
white buck rabbit with pink, eyes.
B. R. Bowie, Nimmons, S. C. 2t
Men and women wanted to handmo
city trade and retail the origgvi and
genuine Watkins products, Remedies,
Extracts, Spices, Toilet Requisites.
Household Specialties, Automobilr
Accessories, etc. 'er 150 guaran
teed products. Our values are un
equalled and Watkins Quality is in
a class by itself. Write today fo:*
free sample and full details of our
offer and what it means to you. The
JT. R. Watkins Co., Dept. 76. New
-YVrk, N. Y.
c't didates' cards- fithe ordinary "
length rut under this heading until
first or second primary for $7.50 each.
payable in advance.
FOR STATE SENATOR
J. S. LEOPARD is hereby anneun.
ced as a candidate for the oiTice of
State Senator from Pickens County
in the approaching primary, subject
to the rules and regulations of the
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Probate Judge .of Pickens
County, subject to the rules and reg.
ulations of the Democratic party in
the approaching primary.
R. A. HUDSON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for reelection as Probate Judge
of Pickens county, subject to the rules
and regulations of the Democratic
party in the approaching primary.
N. A. CHRISTOPHER.
W. E. STEPHENS is hereby an
nounced as a candidate for the office
of Supervisor of Pi.ke,?s County, sub
ject to the rules and regulations of
the Demucratic party in the approach
J. T. McKINNEY is hercby an
nounccd as a candidate for reelection
to Lhc office of Supcrvisor cf Pickens
County, subject to the rules and reg
ulations of the Democratic party in
the ar.prcaching primary.
FOR COUNTY COM.MISSIONER.
W. S. MASTERS is hereby announ.
ced as a candidate for County Com
missioner of Pickens County, subject
to the rules and regulations of the
Democratic party in the approaching
POST HOLE DIGGER-Mr. Robert
Stcwan: of Pickens wants his hole dig..
rer returned as he needs it right now.
Sometime ago Mr. Stewart loaned the
digger and the person he loaned it
to loaned it to some one else and
Mr. Stewart is not absolutely sure
who has it. Whoever has it is re
quested to return :t at once.
FOR SALE--Nancy Hall Potato
Piants at 31.00 per 1000 f. o. b. Bax
ley, Ga. Thomas Hunter.
FOR SALE--Atlas one-ton truck
in first class condition. Bargain for
cash or good papers. John Chap
man, Jocassee. "t
Start the seaso
low prices offered.
When you buy Walk-Over foo 1
real investment you are making.
First-Because they fit your fe
Walk-Over shoes, wear longer.
cne that dccs not fit quite so well.
Second--Because Walk-Over sho <
lutely dependable. The high qutlity
sent real worth. And real worth
Third--Because the styles are s
shoes are world renowned leaders. ]
l::y for it. The reputation of this
Reasonably priced. SG.50, 7.50 u i
Cheaper' shces and oxfords for i
The home of Walk-OvE
Stetson hats, Inter-wovei
Home Sewing Machines,
Clothing, Shoes, ii
Lieutenant-Governor Wilson G.
Harvey was sworn 'n as governor of
South Carolina at noon last Satur
day, succeeding Gov. R. A. Cooper
who has been appointed on the Fe- l
eral Land Bank board and who will
move to Washington in a few days.
Chief Justice Gary administered the
oath of office to Mr. Harvey in the
sum eme court room in the state cap
itol building. Governor Harvey has I
announced that he will not be a can
didate this year.
~er / Traffik
5 ~ 13.95 '
:tive prices c
n right! Outfit your car with ti
Four type. to select from. Ne
wear do you realize that you are
t to perfection.
A perfect fitting slice will wear
nd we have such a gratifying var
,s as the product of the worlds n
of rec the fine workmanship that
insures you wear-resisting service.
exceptionaly goed looking and a
t pays in the end to wear them
tore stands squarely behind every
ncn and wCymen at $2.50 up to $6.0
r, Red Riding Hood and
1 hosiery, Griffon Clothes,
Iron King Stoves, Chase
its antIId Gents' Fun'iisliing
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns
,May 20 in probate judge's office,
Iiss Irene Burns to T. J. McDonald,
fr., beth of Easicy, Judge Christopher
May 22 in probate judge's office,
4Irs. Lela Denton of Easley and Ho
ner W. Bur-c of Greer, Rev. W. L.
May 21 at Liberty, Miss Fannie E.
itman to SamuEl G. Dillard, J. F.
May 21 at residence of Mr. Hovey
EXTRA PLY EX
.A I " m
n all other
ese standard quality tires a
w stock just received.
)., PICKENS, S. 4
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not merely buyin'g shoes? It's a
longer and give greater comfort than
iety of shalpes that all feet can be
ost skillful shoe makers are abso
you get in Walk-Over shoes repre.
lways right up-to-date Walk-Over
every pair cutwears the price you
Endicott Johnson shoes,
Carhart overalls, New
City buggies, American
Goods a Specialty
Seaborn, Miss Florence Gunter to
Walter J. Wilson, Rev. W. C. Seaborn
May 18 at Six Mile, Miss Lola Mae
R ampey to Ra;y A. Few, Rev. J. W.
Clemson College warns farmers
not tc> spend their good money for
secret cr pat:nted ievices to kill boll
weevil,. Many of these dcvi-:es are
wc thles-s. Vrite to Clemson College
for information before you put any ~, -
mcn-y into bull weevil destroyers. -
t the wonderfully