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Miss Mary Gaul of Greenville is
visiting Miss Juanita Garrett.
Miss Sadie Neely who has been
teaching at Keoweu in Oconee coun
- ty is at home for her fall vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jeanes went.
to Piedmont last Sunday where they
It visited relatives.
Miss Louise Gravley and Floride
Prince have been on a pleasant visit
to Miss Elva Stewart.
A The acts of the last legislature, y
a 1922, has been received by the Clerk j
it of Court for distribution.
t - .
Miss Eula Attaway from Liberty
was the guest of her mother Mrs.
Attaway last week-end.
Mir. and Mrs. .J. C. Alexander a'nl
children visited Mrs. Alexander's
sister in Walhalla last week.
t Revival servi'.es will begin at New
' Ilope ut thodist church Sept. 28, at 8
O'clock p. in. Public. invited.
Miss Sadie King cf 'itdmont made
a most pleasant. visit to Mrs. March
banks last eek.
The tine ftr payin- state and
CClrty taxs a . hn1 etended to
Oct'.br a I.
M. a nd .\ry.. R. FLr < f Gren
'ille visitedI at \;auJ. .1. .\l. Stewart's
Niss Ilor" Ina St ev: r t is at homie
for a vacatitin afti r teaching school
it Folk Shoals.
Bern to l r. and Mrs. (. F. (Red ).
Osborne, Sep t. 11, a boy, at Winter
Garde II. Florida.
Of Liberty Nationa
will be held at Rece'
court house, Pickens,
Men be on hand
tion for your Fall i
Overcoat. We wvill
samples to show yc
$5.00 to $15.00 on y
guar'anteedl to fit a
visit us, and see f4
you can save.
IH. L. Gillespie, Mgr.
You Will Find
iness at the Si
And paying the
I, for produce.
4 . 35c per doz foi
30c per lb. for
Hams 15 to 25
Hams over 251
to size and quality.
Your trade is a
J. W. H EA1
The many friends 6f Mrs. R.- L.
Henderson regret that she had the I
misfortune to fall and break her right "
collar bone last Thursday. t
Court will convene here next Mon
:lay morning, Judge Thos. S. Scase,
Mrs. Ada Alexander wishes to board v
)ut-of-town girls who want to attend g
chool in Pickens.
The revival meetings will begin at
he Grace Methodist church Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Cochran an:1 d
amily of Anderson were guests of C
irs. Cochran's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
lovey Neely last week.
Rev. F. T. Cox, Rev. Fulton Chil
ress and Mrs. J. M. Stewart atten- s
ed a missionary conference in Green- t
ille last Monday.
Mrs. R. J. Owings and children and
Irs. Veola Morgan of Greenville were t
isiting Mrs. W. T. Jeanes last Fri
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Holland of Simp
onville, S. C., have been on a visit
SProft. and Mrs. Simpson during the
Iiome coming day exercises which
vere to have be n held at Liberty
INaptist. ehmch, Oconee 'ecunty, Sept.
17, 11'22, have been postponed unt:l
'lhe first. Sunlda.y in'Octb':er.
Mirs. llenry Martin and little dau
ghteri, Milary Ann of Greenville and
Mar. andui Mrs. N. A. Oliver of Char
lotte are visitors at the home of
Mtr. and Mrs. Guy AIcFall.
Rev. A. M. S'mmcns will fill his
regular appointmentb the 4th Sunday
at Mt. Tabor, and Ambler school
house. These meetings were postpon
ed on account of the association.
1 Woolen Mills Co.,
S. C., Tuesday Sep
to make your selec
tnd Winter suit or
have over 500 new
u at a saving of
our suilt. All suits
ad please or your'
[t wiii pay you tol
)r yourself, what
Woolen Mills Co.
SGreenville, S. C.
Me Doing Bus
une Old Place
'eggs at present.
fryers up to 75c.
bs priced according
Mr. J. L. Gravley had the mis
ortune to got his-collar bone broker
ast Saturday. Hismany friends
tope that no complications may arise
mad that he will soon be all right.
Mrs. Jehu Shirley will be in 'charge
f T. A. Gary's millinary department
his season. Opening of latest styles
rill be presented beginning next
londay. See Gary's advertisement
i next week'd Sentinel.
Ye Editor and family are much
idebted to Mrs. J. M. Gillespie and
Irs. C. E. Robinson for the most
elicious scuppernongs we've ever
Messrs. Clarence R. Porter, B. F.
[endricks, D. B. Finney, Vernon
ones have returned home after
pending several days in the moun
ains, where the zephyrs blows sweet.
Miss Julia Folger went to Washing.
on, I). C., with her aunt, Mrs. Dorrar
hree weeks ago and returned or
ues(lay of last week. She thorough.
y enjoyed her trip and speaks in
lowing terms of our capital city.
Mrs. Dalgety and Mrs. Barrow o:
Sbring, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Lucia:
stephens of Pendleton and Mr. an<
dirs. Joe. C. Brock spent a fewv day:
n Hendersonville and Asheville las
Mr. and irs. ilagood Bruce any
,on, Mae, visited relatives in 'Elber
ton, Ga., last Saturday and Sunday
l'hcy were accompained home by thei
laughtel Miss Virginia, who ha
been there on a long visit to he
frandmother, Mrs. Grogan.
The Woman's M1issionary Society o
the Baptist church met on last Mon
day afternoon Twenty members at
ten(le(l the meeting. Mrs. larlar, on(
of the teachers from Librty, was +
visitor. The subject for study wa
state missions and proved to be om
,:f interest, being so nar home.
Ree(ce's gin hast~ been overhatulerl
tad is now giving satisfaction to the
public every (lay. Mr. A. G. Reecet
s the manager-always on the job
First bale was ginned at this gi
last Friday for V. II. Herd. Mr
IIerd also had first bale ginned lasi
:Mr. Adoll Schulzte of Greenville wh,
is a land-seape Architect, came t'
Pickens M onday afternoon and held a
cons lI tation Vit h a committe of ladie.
aind l ayor ('ureton in regard to lay
ing ol', and beautifying the town cem
etery. Thbis resulted in the employ.
men'It of Mlr. Schulze, so he will al
meo0 pn;ceed to execute his plans.
Prof. Simpson wvill make a talk t<
he league of wvomen voters, main!:
mn the subject, of the Parent 'reach
r's in the court house on Thursday
fternoon at four o'clock. It is hope<
hat all w~ho have children to semi
o school will attendl as well as others
'or we are sure that it wvill be goo<
M~rs. Dalmar Blakely arrived in th,
~ity yesterdIay from Langley Field
Va., wvhere Captain Blakely has bee;
stationedl for the past year. Mrs
Blakely, who was Miss Nannie Port~c
vill visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs
P. S. Porter in Pickens and~ other rel
itives in South Carolina, before join
ing Captain Blakely at his newv sta
Lion in Newv York.-Greenville Pied
J1. HI. Hayes, a local contracto'
has securedl the contract for the .cee
ion of an $8,000 girls' dor~mitory a
the D). A. R. Indlustrial school a
Tamassee. This dormitory is thet. gif
of' the New York chapter D). A. R. foi
the Tamassee community, andI is on<
that will he most highly appreciater
l'y the girls of that section.-Walhalb~
Last week we mentioned,the name
of quite a number of our young peo
pie who had gone awvay to schoo
alnd last week there were others
Messrs. Rule and! Gain~ Cannon lef
Saturday for1 Berea College, Berer
Ky.; Misses Cleo and Mattie Ma:
UIlum and Bessie Stewart went t
G. W. C.; Mi' .Jim Ed. Hendricks t
Furman, Miss Emily Thornley t
Converse andl this wecek Richard Hal
lum goes to Furman.
Rev. R. A. Hudson, the newl~y nom
inatedl judlge of probate, was in tow1;
the morning after the last primar:
election inquiring for a shoe maker
It was soon discoveredl that he wva:
I.raictieJally bare foote(d from the rael
lie had just won and that 1h<
nteeded re-shioc ng. U pen d iscoverinIg
his plight one tientusiastic( friend
Uoirted ent the she shioj andi~ tohi
h'im to t ale ha .- t >are and have
ill.mnd:~ e ol a h
SA3M 1, CRAIG A
Sam 11. Craig, Esq., has recently
been appointelit-d as a member of the
County Board of Education for Pick
ens County. This is a very important
position, as the paramount issue il
the state government to-day is the
school question. Mr. Craig states he
believes the. first duty of the govern
ment is to educate its eitzens, and
that an educated citizenry is a gov
elnment's best asset.
With Mr. Craig as a member of th'
C'.unty Board of Education, having
takcn the place of Mr. C. E. Robin
son, recently resigned, the school
work w:ll continue to progress. Mr.
Craig states that he is glad to accept
this position as it will place him in
a position to be of a great deal of
benefit in the way of helpi-ng give
the boys and girls of today, wvho are
the citizens of tomorrowv, a better
and.broader education. Cut
The other members of the Cut
Board of Education are F. V. Clay
ton, Superintendent of Education, and
J V. McElveen, Superintendent og
the Easley High Schools.
If a census could be taken in Pick
,ens county on the question of "Who's
I Who;" Samuel B. Craig would un
doubtedly be placed on the list. For
a young man who has been practicin
law for only eight years, he has one
of the largest clientele of any law
firm in the county, bes-ides having
enjoyed some very unusual honors
-The Liberty National Woolen Mills,
- clothiers will have a representative at
- Reece's Barber shop next Tuesday to
- show their line of goods and to take
your measure, if you wvant to buy.
Sec their ad in this issue of the Sen
The following guests enjoyed a dle
light ful dinner given at the hospitable
home of Mr. and Mrs. Elisha Chas
tain, on Sunday last: Mrs. J. P. Carey,
Jr., andic daughter , Mr. Hlovey Grav
;ey of Pickens, Mdr. Walter Hes ter,
For the quick tabulation of the
Pickens county vote last Tuesda
night we are ini~debted to The Pick.
ens Drug Co., D~r. J. D. Yongue and
F. V. Clayton were faithful and cour -
teous in gettig and giving the~ r
Solicitor David WV. Smoak of Green
v ~ille was in Pickens Thursday morning
making preperations for court here
next wveek. lie saye he wvants to clea,1
uip the (locket in Pickcns county andi
-thinks that it should be done aIs soon
ne p~ossible. The Gosnel case will not
h~e tried at this term of court, but
there are several other murder cases
con the docket.
Married, Sep~t. 10, 1922, by Recv. R.
A. lludson, Mr. Sanfordl C'hantil to
took place at thie homne of the( brim,
P'POINTED MEMBER COUNTY HOA,
in his home county.
;e was elected and served a term I
as mayor of Pickens about the time
he reached his legal majority, and L
before he had completed his college a
work. In the spring of 1919 he was
again chosen head of the municipal t
government of Pickens; c
During the year 191-1 and 1915 Mr.
Craig served very effic'ently as a
member .of the State Board of Par
dens. This is a position of great
res;cnsibility, and it goes to show
the high respect for his ability and
integrity that was held by state gov
ernmental officials for a man of his
age. He served on this Board for
two years, showing to the State that
a young man could dispense sound
andI rational judgment, and for his
efficiency while holding this position,
he made friends throughout the en
During the World War lie wvas ap
1:cintedl County Food Administrator
for the count'. r" Pickens. This verv
imipcrtant position was likewise sue
cessfully held. While the many' mil-I
lions of Europeans were on the brink
of starvation; wvhile our boys were
threatened w;ith the cruelty of the
H-un; while the whole wvor'ld was in
the throes of confusion and bloodshea;
this man Craig held the reins in
Pickens county, and as a result Piek
ens county did her part by conser-v- e
Mr. George M. Fortner who lives
near Pleasant Grove in this county
wvas in town a short time since as a
witncss in a reference case. In giv..
ing his testimony he said he was 78
years cld, wvas living now where he
wa born andl had lived there all his
life. Was dr':nking water out of the
same spring his father and mothier
used in their~ life time. Is their m:
other in Pichens county or elsewh-:re
who' can say as much ?
Trho work on Chastain & Car'ey'si
rcew hOtel in Table Reck cove is be
ing~ rapidly pushed. Messrs, Jerry,
Wade, andl Alex Cannon have the sup- o
(rvisio;n of the construction and al
ready have it just about ready for the
necond story. Our supervisor has had
the road from Pumpkintown to thet
eve put in fairly good shape, so that
t. does not seem far from Pickens,
Greenville, or any other place nowv.
\Ir. Chastain says that people go
here every dlay. That last Sunday
here were more than fifty people
njoying the dlelights of this lovely
Friday and Saturday -
Hoot Gibson in
"THlE GA LLOPING K(1D" *1
Gibson's latest picture. A whirl
'ind wvestern comedy dIranma. Added Iil
ttb-m-tidin. Tinsol1 TLlod in ''Billy
RI) OF EDUCATION.
ng her products and contributing
yally to the suffer'ng and dying,
Mr. Craig is connecud with t.h&
tw firm of Martin, Ulythe, Craig
nd Keith, one of the most powerful
.rms in the State. He was bornZ in
he western part of Pickens county
lose to the banks of the legended
:eowee. He represents one of the
ost prominent families that Pickens
ounty has ever produced. Hi?
;reat-grandfather was granted i
arge tract of IanI for services ren
cred during the Revolutionary War.
Jir. Craig is the son of W. S. and
fancy (Allgood) Craig. 1i father
vas a Confederate soldier, serving
broughout the Civil War in Orr's
Mr. Craig receivedl his high school
~ducation in the North Greenville
Fligh School at Tigerville in Green..
Ille c'ounty. lie Iinishedl his educa,
ion at the University of South Caro
ina, specializing in lawv. He was ad.
nittedl to the bar in the year 1914.
Ye is affiliated with the Masons. tim
roved Order of R~il Men, Knights
'f Pythias, andl is a member of the
Mr. Craig married Miss Mary
aewis. cf Pickens, w'ho comes from
ne of Pickens county's most dlistin..
uished families. They have three
hildrc n: Robert Lewis Craig, born in
916; Elizabeth Craig, born in 1919,
nd( Ruth Craig, orn in 1922.
Just back from market w th a car
f good nmules and some real good hor.
Some folks say mules are higher
ian they were last spring but that
a mistake. I would he glad! you
oudconme and look whiether you
iy or not. When you buy them)
.Iet you can sell them right.
You wvill find me in the R. K. N m -
one old1 stable.
J. Benton Robinson,
Seneca, S. C.
FOR OVER 40 YEARS
ALL S CATAnnHf MED1CIE hasg
Ent uqe sulccesso-fully in the treatment
FAL 'S CATARRInT ME~DICTNE~ con-4
;t a n Olontinentj whIch Quickly
i leves~ by local a ;pllentlion, andl~ th
terna! ]\tedicin e, a ToieI, which ats
rough the tilood 'a the M~ueousg Sur
r~',tins ruding'II thr' iflamnmtion,
. J. Cht ney & CD-, Tohkdo, Ohio.