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Pickens Sentinel-Journal
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| Some Things You Know and Some lf
You Don't Know About Our |
S Towns, County & People
?Mrs. W. H. Johnson is quite
?Dr. J. L. Bolt of Pickens,
made a business trip to Laurens
this week.
?Born, on the 19th instant,
to Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Hester,
of Pickens, a daughter.
?Dr. Laurence Roper has
gone to Greeneillo to practice
his profession and will movo his
wife and baby over in a short
?Wanted?A good live man
who wants to make money, to
represent lis in this section in
handling monumental and cemetery
work, Address, with references,
Owen Bros. Marble Co.
Greenwood, S. C.
?Dr. Hallums is having a
mice and commodious house
built on his lot in the west end
of town. It. E. Yongue is the
contractor and he states that it
will be an up-to-date and commodious
?Married, April 17, 1910. At
the residence of the officiating
.minister Rev. S. G. Sloan. Mr.
Iling Crenchaw to Miss Lizzie
Gilstrap. The young couple
have the good wishes of many
friends. All of Pickens Co.
?On Saturday night the 26th
at 12 o'clock the barn and stables
of A. B. 7'aley was destroyed
by hro and all the contentt
except his horses and cattle. A
lot of hay and fodder, guano,
saddle and bridals and harness,
one buggy, ono two-horse Neicon
wagon almost new, and many
other farm tools. One mule was
so badly burnep that it is unable
to work. There was 110 insurance.
?Mr. W. M. Batson, of the
Sandy Flat section, brought two
milch cows to Greenville yesterday
for sale, and one of them
had but two teats. The cow
attracted much attention. She
gives three gallons of milk a
clay, and the mere fact that she
hasn't but two teats doesn't
seem to handicap her any in her
milk giving qualities. She was
sold for a good figure.?Greenville
?Mrs. W. W. Martin died at
the home of her son S. C. Martin
five miles north-west of
Pickens, on last Monday after a
lingering illness, at an advanced
at/ft- Hfir rfimnino wnrn in.
terred at Seneca on Tuesday
evening at 2 o'clock. She
leav i several sons and daughters,
besides a host of relatives
and friends to mourn her death.
Truly a good woman has gone
to her reward.
?The Liberty Lodge of Odd
Fellows will celebrate the aniversary
of Oddfellows on the 2(5
April, at the school auditorium
commencing at 8 p. m. All Odd
follows are specially Invited to
attend, and ev???*"hody desiring
to learn something al>oiit the
aims and objects of the order
of Oddfellows, should not fail
to turn out as it will be public,
ami don't forget, everybody and
-especially the ladies are invited
0H/1111I T T an T T MoHiuoin
w c*vw?n?. -* xv/41 u u iuvk'nani
of Greenville and others will he
here to make addresses, liemember
the date and be on
?Salem Correspondent, of
Keowee Courier says: Tom Duncan
sustained painfnl but not
serious injuries by an accident
recently. While loading his
gun the shell exploded, burning
his face badly with powder.
Profd. Murphree and Hudson
will pftnrlllfi or* alnnrinnr
w \ - t viuy
at Whitmire Methodist church
the third Sunday in April. Lot
all come and bring well-filled
baskets.?1?The monument
erected at the grave of li. C.
Emerson at New Hope by the
Woodmon of the World will be
unveiled the second Sunday In
May at 3 p. m. The ceremony
will be performed by Balcm
Camp, W. O. W. All Woodmen
are invited to be present and
take part in the ceremonies.
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| ?Mrs. Friday of Green vjlle
> is on a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. W. H. Johnson in Pickens.
i ?ft T ~e rw^?I
Ky. V* JLTiDA IV^i , UJL UCIlUlclI,
was in our vicinity yesterday.
He was enroute to Walhalla,
where ho visited his wife, who
is confined to her bed at the
home o/ her mother, Mrs. E. P. [
Marett.?Cor. of Keowee Couri- (
On OOiK r i-~ I
nxiu Mini, wiu j-iiouj i>y,
Township Sunday School Conucntion,
will meet at the Baptist,
church, commencing at
10 a. m. All Sunday Schools in
the Townshh . are requested to
send a good delegation, and as
many scholars as possible should
attend and hear the addresses.
?The following vouner neonle
from this place attended tho
school entertainment given at
Liberty last Friday night: Misses
Annie Johnson, Hattie
Frasier and Mary (Jleland; Carl
Bryan, Ed. Rice, Ed. and Ben
Cleland, Clyde Adams. They
report a jolly time.?Keowee
Courier Cor.
?Dr. Ilallum is meeting with
great success with his backache
and kidney pills. All persons
wno surter with any trouble of
the back or kidneys should give
these pills a trial. If they do
not get relief they get their
money back. Who wants
a fairer offer than this? See Dr.
Ilallumn and see the testimonials
of those who have been benifited
by using these pills.
?Prof. Henry A. Towns of
Pickens, R. 3 and Miss Lida,
Thomas, daughter of John W.
Thomas, of the Nine Times section
of the count,v, were married
Sunday night in Pickens, at the
residence of A. J. Boggs, Hev.
C. L. McCain, of the Liberty
charge performing the ceremony.
Henry has won a jewel
in this most excellent little lad ly
and his friends are congratulathim
upon his good fortune.
?Pickens and community
i-1-- 1_1 i i "%<r
I WiW ^reabiy SUUCKUU UlSl ivionday
upon learning that J. Frank
Porter, a good ami substantial
citizen and farmer, living a few
miles above town, was dead.
He was in Pickens 011 Saturday
but his friends who saw him
that day little thought that it
would bo his last trip. His remains
were interred at Porter's
Chapel the day following
following his death, a large concourse
of sorrowing relatives
and friends attending. He
leaves a wife and several children,
besides other relatives and
friends to mourn his death.
?Craig Bros, believe in drawing
the trade to Pickens. For
Saturday they have 100 packages
of goods to be sold for 25c.
each. Among this lot is onu containing
a good suit of clothes.
The bundles will all be alike and
numbered from 1 to 100. Each
purchaser will be required to select
a number, which will be recorded,
and no package will be
delivered and allowed to be opened
until all the packages have
been sold. Each and every
package will be composed of
good staple goods and will be a
bargain at the price. The sale
will begin promptly at 11 o'clock
and continue until all the packages
have been disposed of.
Come and try your luck. i<or
25c you may get a good $10.00
suit of clothes.
Notice Closing Hours.
We the undersigned merchants
of Pickens, 8. C. do hereby
agree to close, our stores, both
front and back doors, at 0:30
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\J OlUVylV \r. III. (illll IVUU|? U If 111
closed until the next morning,
commencing May 1st and continueing
until Sept. 1st, 1910
Saturdays arid pay days of the.
Pickens Cotton Mill excepted, j
If you sign this yau are expect-1
ed to abide accordingly.
J. R. Ashmore.
H. A. Itichey. *
R. B. Waldrop.
Folger, Thorn ley <Sc Co.
W. B. Freeman.
Craig Bros.
Heath-Bruce-Morrow Co.
Parish-Hloan Co.
Moore & Mauldin Co.
Pickens Hardware 6!o.
3For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the
Signature of
*1 !'&. UMfli
Dear Editor: I am looking
forward with kindest intrest to
tho opening of the "Hiawatha"
on May 1st. 1910 and I promise
it shall be through no possible
fault of mine should success
fail t.o mtr If 4-1-..-.
, V VJ. V/ ?? U 1I1J UU.UJI J.1 L'A 11;
putting; of one's best effort into
the house?if the working with
concentrated powers?if the deep
felt desire ta give every needed
comfort and pleasure to the
traveling public?to the summer
to the citizens of Pickens and
to each and every guest welcomed
within its walls?if all these
count for anythsng. in Life'g
great drama then t he success of
the "Hiawatha" is mine todav.
Now, a word to the good people
of Pickens whom 1 hope soon
to be numbered among as a citizen,
and a friend staunch and
true, 1 ask your generous aid in
my earnest endeavor to make
hotel one we can point to with
n!iivlr\nnhli> r>r?w1r??nn? .-.-.nr.*
reflect credit to Pickens and to
Pickens and to its people?I ask,
and stand in need of, yonr moral
and financial support in this
enterprise so necessary to the
growth and development of your
town. Withholding this my
efforts, though I work from early
morn 'till late at night, 1
must t)e doomed to failure. Hut
why cloud our sky with such
an unwholesome word when I
feel sure a cordial welcome and
a hearty, generous support
awaits my coming.
With best wishes and hoping
at an early date to be numbered
among you, I am.
Very Truly,
Francenia IIamilton.
The Democratic Clubs in Pickens
county are hereby called to
meet at their respective meeting
placesSaturday, April 253 rd. 11)10, |
at H o'clock in the afternoon ]
for tht! purpose of electing delegates
to (lie County Convention <
which will he held at the Court
house Monday, May, 2nd. Kach
io nnf if 1/wl /l..l,w-..i-.
v.vi./ ?.:> viiiiuvu 10 unr <u;il^iliu j
for every 25 enrolled members
or majority fraction thereof.
The County Convention will
meet at the Court House Monday,
May 2nd., at 10 o'clock a.
m. for the purpose of electing j
six delegates to the State Convention
which will be held in !
Columbia, S. C. May lHlh and
10 transact any other business
that may come before it. Let
every democrat turn out. And
do not forget that every voter
must 1)(! registered before he can
vote. 0. E. Kobinson,
Ch. County Dem. Ex. Com.
Street Tax Due
All persons liable to street tax
in the city of Pickens, are hereby
liotitiiod thatthosanie is now
due and if not paid on or before
June 1st. 1910 .50 per cent penalty
will be added thereto.
B. B. Lnboon
Nearly Ever\)bod\?
??in mm? nry^r,.^i(aBPagaBa?4 :
Succeed when everything else fails.
In nervoua prostration and female
weaknesses they are the supreme
remedy, as thousands have testified.
| it Is the best medicine ever sold
over a druggist's counter.
You are Cordial
to attend
Missionarv S
at the
Pickens Baptist
Sunday April 2Z
Song 425
Scripture Recita
Matthew 28: l(>-20
Romans 1: 10-17
Recitation: "What Can We Do
Song 421.
Recitation: "The Dying Indian (
Recitation: "The Orphans."
Recitation: "Eating My Morsel A
The Fields
China: ..
The Appeal:
Song: "Go Y
Reading: "A Survey of the FieU
Recitation: "O, Golden Day,"..
Real Ej
29. 200 acres, 6 miles west of 1
balance in original forest; 6 acres in
20 acres enclosed in pasture. Ca
One of ioo and two of 50 acres eac
per acre and a bargain it is; Don'l
ahead of you and then s\3y I didn't k
30. 37 1-2 acres, all level, 25 in
balance in pasture and woodland; YY
Churc where the new college is goit
flltnrr? lmnco mil r?i 1 i il rl i /-r<
per acre. This place will double in
had known it but come let me show
31. Now if you are wanting a gc
this fit you? 50 acres; 25 in good si
pasture and timber land 1-4 mile 1
good neighborhood, 10 miles froir
necessary outbuildings, line orchard
ward the mountains but is a bargain
32. 46 acres, 25 in cultivation
room house, old 4-room house, goo
Pickens, 1 mile from Prater's churc]
good section of country, a number 1
33. 186 acres, 1 1 miles from cou
Creek; 90 acres cleared, balance in c
house completed; new store hous
acres fine bottom laud in high st;
wired in pasture. Price $3,850.
34. 1 5 acres, ?ood new small hr
school at Six Mile. All ievel gray
want to farm and enjoy the sup* rb .
section; $80 per acre but it is extra 1
Box 264.
Office over Keowee
/ ivritefire and Ufe iusa
Carolina Cotto
i uuu i ocij
Wanted men to increase their earnings l>y I
Hjinip't- rooms, under un export cotton grader.
We tench grading, averaging, shipping, hu
and Liverpool classification?Great demand thr
understand the cotton business?We guarntee t
sight in days.
Now is the time to enter and make good co
for terms and endoremeuts of former students.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens, ]{(
Hy J. H. Newhery, Probate Judge. it.
Whereas, Jntnes W. Hendricks and I '.
W. (?, Hendricks made suit tome to I till t l
grant them Letters of Administration of i will
the Kstate and effects of R. I<. Hendricks ' f'li.'ii"
These are therefore, to cite all and
singular the kindred and creditors of tho
said II L. Hendricks deceased, that they <
i>e and appear before me, in the Court
of Probate, to be held at Pickens on 1 ho *
21st day of April 1910 next, after p ibli- K|
cation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fore-! ery '
noon, to show cause, if any they have, j !>.,
wliv the said administration should not: ,
be granted. ' day
Given under my hand this 6th day of Pr
January Anno Domini 19 0. 4f b ?
J. R. N. wb rry, /
J-l>. P, C. }
A' L persons hold n; claims againgt 11:3(
11 ? , ;/ A l
ii v* oiuw vi iii? in v\j *4% x*. i inivu i\ nn Oil
hub present the samo duly proven on
01 hero'1 the I day of May 1910 ')('1'
oi be debarred payment and all persons Aug
i debted to said eatat??, must make pay- i Pr
i ent on or before tho above date, to ' Son/-,
ibo undersigned. 1 T>
M. A BoKga, I <
Executor*. ievor
. . i
lly Invited 11 Does
ervices ? j
1 Show this formula
l ( .htlfrn < Ask him If he thin!
V-'A1UACAA ration you could u<
kh mo. ~
I Tin* ^
LM: I }y 113
I II your
it ions:
Raymond Cox I Wliy (k
Oliver Boggs
?" Henry Bolt Your
lirl." Miss Lois Hester kicli
Miss Minnie Herd
lone." Miss Inez Keith OF
,.M iss Florence Stewart
Miss Lois Hester f*1 S"\ i
Miss Inez Keith B
Miss Viola Moore I | Gil '
Miss Nellie Gramly
Miss Lorena Taylor
o Into All The World." | ABSOI
Is." Miss Edna Hester
Miss Pearl Hester JsMBBraswH^B
state! s,,p/
, , , to build in
Jickens; 40 acres cleared 1
good creek bottom land; ' lOKCllS
n cut this in three tracts; <|(?|j <r111 <>(J
h if desired. Only $25 *"?. .
t let the other fellow get ^
now it. [\ow is lln
good state of cultiuation |10rm.p H 0
rithin 1 2 mile ol Six Mile ,M U)l ( 11 (
lg to be built in the near ***
s; Now Listen; Only $40
5 years; Don't say wish I
yoi,: [iiHaBn !
ioci cheap plale how does
tate of cultivation balance 'Phone No
rom church and school in ____
1 C. II. 5-room house all
1. This place is back to- , >
at $8??. Snnno
, 6 in pasture, one new 7. wl'llllw.
d barns, etcr 6 miles from
li, V2 mile from school, in
little place ?40 per acre.
rt house 011 Big Crow
riginal forest; new 6-room \ ^
e, good outbuildings, 28 II
Ue of cultivation; 15 acres
>nse within l/+ mile of new
land; just the place if you
dvantages of the Six Mile
Pickens, S. C.
ircince, it
id scijooi,
Charlotte, N. C.
earning the- cotton buHinens in our H ^ ?ra>
ying ami selling cotton, American (? ?3 || ^
otlgn the cotton belt for men vvlio
,o learn anyone with ordinary eyentra
tH the coming Hcason. Write
Church Notices
>ej> this for reference.
itil notice of change is giv- . >. le
following order of service L 1 / \
he observed on the Pickens I 1 I
W-M.K.0.H. kj' M
I'K'KKNS Clll'liCII.
lav School: Every Sunday pi!
11), ])U
worth League service evSunday
7 i?. in. I
aver meeting every Tues- I m
caching every 1st 2nd and
"Sunday 11 a. ni. is mmlo from tlir
, ,/ c 0 mod our cream.
ii".s Conference, on 4th Sun- ,ivM to it (h,H su
in April, July and October
j a j fry us tlirte In
crament of the Lord's Sup
on 1st ssnnUay in Feb. May, 1/ I Ai \ \
us' and Nov. at 11:30 a. ni. |\ I J\/ \
caching at the Jail, every J1 J
nd Sunday 4 p. m.
each: u at. the Mill Chapel If IB I
v 4th Sunday 7 p. m.
. not dolor the
InKrcdlcnts off Aycr's Malr Vigor
5ulphur. Destroy* germs that causc dandruff and
falling lialr. Cures rashes and eruptions of scalp.
Glycerin. Soothing, healing. Food to the hair-bulbs.
Quinin. A strong tonic, antiseptic, stimulant.
Sodium Chlorid. Cleansing, quiets irritation of scalp.
Capsicum. Increases activity of glands.
Sage. Stimulant, tonic. Domestic remedy of high merit.
Mcohoi. Stimulant, antiseptic. Water. Perfume.
to vour dnrfnr Act- Mm if i- ?*
.? . ii nitit if. u single in
ts Ayer's Hair Vigor, as made from tliis formula
>e for falling hair, or for dandruff. Let him d<
J. O. ATKU CoMl'ANT, I.owi'11. Mn-w.
Don't You I
f\'.i 1 1.1
liiiiiips iiouicr yoi
>n't you use good oil?
Grocer is the person
? 31Ali 10 liiin furnish j
fAMTY?Sold by
oleum oil Coi
2y St Chasl
lL wn
is cr a / o
when yon want a <:ce
>on. or <?'oo(l fanmt.^ 1
>r in this county. W
to show you what we
re that wo can intc
x 4 ! i .. - A -
I 1111 i* in 111 VCKI. 111 veil
nlianccs in value.
rey & Chasta
St. Pickens
. 33. Office over Freemai
> Announce
Our Store is now boin^
Crowded w.tli New Crisp
JNG (J()(
No high prices, for with the
?C!-r^+ n?r,l,t?
I bought at remarkably low prices and
expect to sell the same way.
Will tell you later through the Sontinel-,Journal
of the different things wo
have. In the meantime call on us.
Mi Kinnev and W ood will lit- delighted
to wait on you.
i- Orconvil
t a Won
concerning the excellence <?f our
r Soda \S atcr and Phosphates are made fr<
ire Fruit .Juices and Syrups- each kIhsf,
re, coltl and sparkling.. Our
freshest Sweet Milk and Pure Cream. A
w c mane an enviable reputation bint huiiui
i ii liter.
>t Summer Days?we'll make a customer o
Jurlous ingredient,
i, is the best prepajcide.
He knows.
for you I
mi OIL I
town lot
and near
e will ho
have and
tusi you.
i v1
, S. C.
i Building.
lo, S* <3.
7 f
flk anybody who has
in r ?we are going to
f you.
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