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Pickens Sentinel-Journal
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$ Some Things You Know and Some p
? You Don't Know About Our |
Towns, County & People
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S. (J., is visiting her children in
Pickens this week.
?Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brainletfc,
of Clemson College, are on
a visit to his parents in Pickens.
?For Sale: Choice of two
good milch cows, for cash or
good papers. E. W. Pickens,
R. 5, Pickens, S. C.
?Miss Malta Boggs, who is
attending the G. F. O., is spending
her vacation with her parents
in Pickens.
m ?Miss Helen Boggs, who lias
been spending some time in
Cincinnati, has returned to her
home in Pickens.
?Dr. E. G. Kerwin, Dentist
of Easley, will be in Pickens
every Wednesday. Office over
Keowee Pharmacy.
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?Mr. ijCJtoi isoggs, wno ncfids
a lucretivo position with an electrical
company in Cincinnati,
is spending a time in Pickens.
?Mrs. J. F. Banister, of Liberty,
spent a portion of last
week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. It. A. Bowen, in Pickens.
?Miss Lillian Bolt, who has
been spending some time with
relatives in Greenville has returned
to her home in Pickens.
?Mrs. W. 11. Johnson has returned
from a very pleasant
visit to relatives and friends in
?Mrs. J. T. Richoy, and little
daughter, Margaret, of Pickens,
are ^Sending a time with. relatives
in Columbia.
^ x ?Most all the students who)
liav<S been off attending school
are now at home enjoying their
?Miss Fordio Legare, (laughter
of Congressman Legaro is
sp?Miding awhile with relatives
in Charleston and Savannah.
?Mrs. II. C. Martin and little
son, Wesley, are visiting the
family of Mr. and Mrs. T. It.
Allen, of Pickens.
?Married at Glen wood, Easley,
S. U., on June the Hth, Mr.
Marcus Prince and Miss Mary
Golightly, W. A. Christopher
?Mrs. (r. 1 f. Edwards and
children, of ttimmierville, S. C.,
who spent last Hummer in Pickens,
are again in our midst, stoping
at the Gilreath house.
?An epidemic of Measles, together
with other diseases, including
a case of Pelegra, and
periodical accouchcments, are
keeping the doctors of Pickens
protty busy these days?and
?Miss Hattie llyde, a charm
_ __ i I /? / < i i *
wig young iauy or uentrai, who
for the past two years has boon
teaching school at Columbus, N.
C., spent a portion of last week
with her brother J. P. liyde, in
?E. F. Keith has given up
the Table Rock hotel and it will
be run this season by Mr. Sam
I*. Sutherland, of Easley, who
has had some experience along
this line. The house will open
July 1st, for regular and transient
boarders and Mr. Sutherland
wants every body to give
the house a trial. lie will do
all he can to please the patron?The
Hiawatha hotel, under
the capable management of
Mrs. F. C. Hamilton, closed its
doors yesterday. The patronago
was noi sufficient to justify
the expenses attached to keeping
this house open. Wo are
sorry tho house has to be shut
up for Pickens needs a first class
hostelry to take care of the transient
and tourist travel. Mra.
Hamilton, we understand has
made amusements to open a
first class I warding house in
Greenville at an early date.
The people of Pickens hate for
hor to leave, but hope she will
meet with better success in her
new venture, ami their best
Wis i i *,o with ltd.
?Rev. Sam T. Creech, o?
. Greer, preached an excellent* j
1 sermon in the Pickens Method- j
1st church last Sabbath.
! We want to soli you both
! work and dress shirts because
we will sell you hotter goods for
same money. Come and see.
tf Craig Bros.
? For Sale: Cadillac Touring
car with new top, gas lights,
two extra inner tubes and in a
No. 1 condition. Price $150.
Apply to C. N. Wyatt, Easley,
s. c:
?The little child of Mr. and
Mrs. Jake I?. Gillespie, of Pickens,
R. 2, who has been quite
qiclr fnr t! mo
viuiV f aim yv IIUOU
life was, at one time despaired
of, is improving fast.
?Mr. M. . Hester has been
appointed Coroner of this county,
hy Governor Ansel, to fill out
the unexpired term of Mr. P. II.
Boggs, resigned. "Tup" will
seive until his successor is elected.
?The memorial address, last
week, to the old soldiers at Pickens,
was delivered by Rev. \Y.
M. Duncan, of Greenville, Presiding
Elder of the Greenville
District, and was a gem. Many
compliments were passed upon
?Among the post masters
who are satled for a raise in sal
ary in South Carolina, effective
July 1st, 1910 arc those at Easley
and Pickens. The former's
salary will he raised from SI;">()()
to $1(>00, while the latter's will
go from $1300 to $1400. The J
many friends of Messrs. Folder
and Morris are glad Uncle Sam
has recognized efficiency enough
to give them a raise in salary.
?The many friends throughout
the county, of Mrs. Jane
Hutchins, will learn with genuine
sorrow of her death, which
occurred at the home of her
husband O. T. Hutchins, in
T 1 _ _ - JL _ J 1 1
liiDorty on tne .m instant, after
an illness of only a week. Her
sickness was not considered
serious and her death was a
creat shock to her friends and
loved ones Her remains were
laid to rest on Saturday at
Bethlehani. Mrs. Hutching
leaves a husband, three sons and
three daughters and a host of
relatives and friends to mourn
her death.
?The] Woft'ord College Gloo
Club, composed of Profs. I lamer,
Bressler, and Messrs. Wilkinson
and Wyche, appeared
011 the hoards at. the? Pickens
School Auditorium last Friday
night., to a small but select
audience of musical critics. The
evening's pleasure was all that
could be desired. The singing,
both solos and quartette elicited
much favorable comment., as
did the recitations, readings, iniinipersonations,
and piano solos.
They have quite? a complete re
pertoire and can furnish fun
and music to please any audience.
This club was organized
in 1(.K)7 and lias been a success
from the beginning. Since then
they have made several tours to
various parts of the state and
received orations whero-ever
they went. This year they will
tour the state, and their manager
practically has covered t he
territory with dates, and we unhesitatingly
say that any audience
they appear before will be I
well pleased and highly entertained.
The quartette has been
thoroughly trained by Prof. R.
G. Bressler, second bass, and is
at present directed by him. The
other members of the club are
Prof. T. M. Hamer, first tenor,
J. W. Wilkinson, second tenor,
and Pierce Wyche, baritone.
Mr. Wyche was taken sick at
RjihIov nml rnnWI nnfr. nnnonr nt.
Pickens. The club appeared at
Central Saturday, at Seneca
Monday and at Anderson Tuesday
night, and their audiences
were delighted. Don't fail to
hear them if you get tho chance.
Should they ever come back to
Pickens the "S. K. O." sign
would be hung out early in the
Railway Mail Clerks Wanted
The Government pays Railway Mail
Clerks $800 to $1,200. and other
Employees up to $2,500 annually
Uw'fl rtuni will liol'l t-priuK cxninn alion*
throughout, the country for Wail-'
way Mail < lerkft, t'ti'tnm liouxc Olcrku
niiti other Government I'otutiuiiB.
TltoiMitndH of a |><>intm<'ti(8 will )>n
marie. Uiy manor woman over 18, in
oitr or oounlry/ an got instruction a:;;i
froe information by writing At.once U>|
Bureau of Inatrue^'-in. 108 llamHn I
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i The 8j:londid work of CbamLorlian's!
I Stomach and Liver Tablets is nil coming
to liyht. No such grand romody
for livor and bowel troubles was evor
known before. Tbousinds bless thorn
for curing constipation, sick hoauaeho,
biliousness jaundico and indigestion
Sold by all denlern.
rt vii cat mcuuny ill casiUY UIHirCM,
Mr. Editor:?Wo have just
closed the most glorious meeting
at Easley Second Church
that they3have over had there.
lie v. W. M. Walker a associational
Evangelist did the preaching
and he preached in the power
and demonstration of the
Spirit and the church was greatly
revived. There were seventyfive
additions to the church by
experience, letter and restoration.
Bro. Walker is being
i/pnnf lv Klncorwl in Kici
^ 1 vivi'i J l/IVUOW?. Ill HID VV Ul l\ cl I 11 I
the churches who has secured
his service are very fortunate.
W. A. Christopher,
A Koi;ular Tom Hoy
was Susie?climbing treos and foncos,
jumping ditchoe, whitlin;;. always cotting
acratchos, cuts, sprains, bruises,
humps, burns or scalds. I'.nt laws!
llor mothor just applied Huoklon's
Arnii?n Siiilve r?r?<l nnnul ""I'
Heals evorytliinir hoalahlo? Boils,
Ulcros,"IJczemn, Old Soros, Corns or
I'iloa. Try it; 2.r>c. at all druupgists.
Notice of Openfng Books of Subscription
to the Bank ol Norris.
Notice is hereby given that
the Books of Subscription to I InCapital
Stock of The Hank of
Norris will bo opened on he ixili
day of Juno, 11)10, and renin in
open for one day, at the office of
E. \\\ Tate, Norris, S.
J uno 15th, 11)10.
L.G.Phillips, '
J. 11. ('hnpnian,
B. P. Kelloy, 1
J. P. Smith, ]
E. \V. Tate, 1
Board of Corporntory.
A Mini AViiiiIh Id Din
unij v? liuu (i m/.v nvnr Jinn sui^j;isii
bowels cause frightful deppnmlciu'y. 1
Hut Dr. Kin^'H Xnw Life 1'ills e\|i*el 1
poison from the sy.-tom : '?riny hope |
and courago; cure nil Li er, Stmuneh '
and Kidney troubles: impnrt health j
and vigo to the weak, nervous and ail-I
inj? ; 2."k\ at all druggists.
For Infants and Children.
Tfie Kind You Hava Always MM
Signature of
Notice to Teachers.
The Summer School for I'iolcena ('.unity
will l?> hrlil in the l'ickens (innlcil
school huiMing ?>11 .June 'JO. nn<! eonlin- ,
uing foj a periou of two or three weeks, '
An able corps of teachers will lie in |
charge, the names of which will he an- I
nounced later. The State will pay the
expenses of the s h <>l.
U. T. I lalluin,
Co. Supt. K.I.
Bridge to Let.
i win lei, 10 iin4 iowcsi lespon-j
sil)lo bidder the building of I w??;
concrete piers and ;i steel span ;
at the Maw bridge site, 2 miles
west of Central, S. on Twelve
Mile river, on the 241 b day ??l
June, 1910, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
The span will be about so feet.
All bidders will be rciuircd t<>
deposit a certified check of s*20lt
before bidding, and the successful
bidder will be required t<>
^ive bomi in the amount of bis
bid. Plans and specifications
made known on day of letting.
E. V. LOOP Kit.
juiio 10115. Supervisor.
An l?l?n?l 11 UHliIlllil
is patient, ovon with a nagging wife,
for ho knows she needs help. Slu>
my ho ho nervous and rundown in
health that t-ifles nnnov her. If she
in melancholy, excitable, troubled
with Ions of appotito, headache, sleep
lineHs, constipation or fainting and
dizzy spoils. Sho needs Kleetrie liit
ters the most wonderful re.inodv for
ailing women. Thomiands <>f sulVerers
from femalo troudbloe, nervous troubles,
backache and weak kidneys have
uhoiI them and become hoalth\ and
happy. Try them. Only 50c. Satisfaction
guaranoed by all druggists.
Fbllow this advice.
Quaker Oats is the best of all foods;
it is also the cheapest. When such
men as Prof. Fisher of Yale University
and Sir James Crichton Browne,
LL.D.-F.R.S. of London spend the
best parts of their lives in studying
the great question of the nourishing
and strengthening qualities of different
foods, it is certain that their advice is
absolutely safe to follow.
Professor Fisher found in liis experiments
for testing the strength and
viiviuidiitt vji aunt-:*** mal me mem
eaters were exhausted ong before the
men wlio were fed on such fo?>d as
Quaker Oats. The powers of endurance
of the non-meat eaters were
alx>ut eight times those of the meat
Sir James Crichton Browne says?
cat more oatmeal, eat plenty of it and
eat it frequently. 59
Packed in regular si/c packages, and
hermetically sealed tins for hotclimates. |
Ca?tls Hall
Pickens Lodjjo o, 123
K. of P., j
Hta''d rnnvf lion |>. in , V>>' day
even!lift "ft' r tho IkI. nn<l 3d $ii?idn>.
Work hIico'I fc?t I ih? Kink*
All vtHitorH roidiully invited
By order of
n o. MOOIIK. o, O.
Why Take
Are you thin, pale, easily tire<
strength? Then your digestif
thin, your nerves weak. You
You need Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
fi"pp> from nlj'Alml Wis*
cavil a Mivv/1 iwi* V? t U^I 1C\
these statements, or we woul<
and find out. Follow liis adv
The endorsement of your doctor wiil certain
Pills as a family laxative. Liver pills. All
Real I
No. 41. 155 acres 011 Twelv
ton Mill; 15 acres cleared, balai
some rough land on this but
$iS per acre?it will bring mo
in, niiuu. un uu:> iu sun you.
42. 186 acres 6 miles from
pasture; 3 houses with outbuild
you will find anywhere. Woul<
It is going for $4,200 and is ch
43. 90 acres in the Six M
buildings; 35 acres in cuitivatio
level, is well watered and one o
1 have, found in the Six Mile se?
churches and schools and has
neighborhood. You will like t
good place on which to mal
1 . 1 1 /
pleasure to snow tins lor you v
tages are not often found in a [
. 100 acres; 45 acres cleai
lion; all timber land enclosed ii
outbuildings, one tenant hous
Mile. Land lies well and is we
those desiiable places and reas<
ing everything. It is going to
45. 2 acres, close to Picket
road; good small house on it; a
47. 2 acres of land in si
louse, compiete; in excellent nei
)lace for a home. See me at o
ong on the market at $2,100.
Box 264.
Office over Iveo
/ write Jirc and life 1
Spring An
Our Sloro is
< owdcil \\
Ihk'i print's, foi
I l>ou^lii. Ht remark:
.'\i < < ! to sell the sin
Will It'll \ nil I'llci
nel-.louriial ol' the
11:iv??. In the mount
Jli'Kinuey ami \V?
I I > \\ ail on you
A. K. F
YV??>it itlnd. C3rl
J Why Don't
?I \ our Oil Stamps
| \\ 11y you
IVOur (* rocrr is i
1 o Lick? M 1K M li
OF tillA1.ITV?
I n s'''' I' '' I''5'v '
5 Alcohol?
1, lack your usual vigor and
on must be poor, your blood
i need a tonic and alterative,
the only Sarsaparilla entirely
te your doctor would endorse
i not make them. Ask him
ice. J. C. Ayer Co..Lowell,Mass.
ly greatly increase your confidence in Ayer's
vegetable. Ask your doctor about them.
e Mile river, near Norris Cotnee
in woodland; no buildings;
the price is reasonable. Only
re in a short time. Terms will
Pickens; 50 acres cleared, 20 in
ings. Some as good land as
:l like to show ygu this place,
eap at the price.
ile sei tion; two dwellings; out11;
fine orcha* d. This place lies
I the most desirable places that
ction. It is convenient to the
all thai i/oes to make an id^nl
his if you are. looking for a
ce your home. It will give me
vill appreciate it, for its advan>lace
at the price, $4,200.
*ed and in high state of cultivaI
pasture; 5-room house; good
;e; this is 1 )/* miles from Six
II improved. This is one of
enable in price, too, considerbe
sold at only ?.4^ per acre.
is Mill; on Railroad and public
fine stand for a "store. $1150.
iburbs of Pickens; new 8-room
^iiuuiiiwwu, i\ IllwnL uc^imuic
nc<* as this is not going to stay
Pickens, S. C.
wee Pharmacy.
now being
t li N't \v Crisp
r with (lif
iliiv low pricos ami
IIP \V|i> .
t IhoiiuIi t Ik* Html iliir.
r. nt. livings wo
lute nail on us.
oil will Ijp lii li^iit
oonville, B- C.
You KickP |
i>nt hor you !
*> o< ><l oil!
l hr person for yon
i111 inrnisli you OH,,
Sold l)\
oil Comp'y
Hearts Doliglit
\v'|l ' o full- it in !<>: l<i!-?: ovor our n? w
at >( k rf
( hoice Jewelry
> \ lt< li. Is lit Will ll S Ol'ltitlH,
li.1 ! I ? I. Ijh, rlii Mirk p.rx,
ii i 1,1 ,< < anil n t>iill;.iiii h r m.'i t ? f
pre UH ?t n< v. ?> ) ?'t'? Willi all full
t l "l II I I > >1. I H 1 V?"\
' "i !iri?l look i H? ' i *-?iiiini o??|.
lecii i ii ovoran 1 y'li w I Ii d <uhl '<?
Ii lit *! wlu n vi'ii In nr -ii' |?rl<v
J 1. ii id.?r,
l^asley, O.
c y
' L
Ulinii ii
I)esirnl>l<% Fa
!A line farm of about 100
1> ing about 1 mile South of
farm \<r ^n:irttt-> |>r
of cotton per acre, Tlii fi
of the Kirkbey In>>< 1 which i
about 7fi acres of the Mat M
hales of cotlcu were math*
c ?ri uu<l other feed stuff
l-irus, outbuildings, two I
with running water throng
the most desirable farms
where. It is clos to a I
school an I chim in s and ii
jutt the place for anv one
an investment that will b
NV. 1'. Stewart whoso Ian
show you this valuable pi
at once a.< it n being olferei
the low price of per aer<
O. S. ST
In the buying ol drugs and
scriptions wo use every precanti'
and take particular pains to us<
This rule applies all throu*
must be right every detail ninsl
fore any article leaves our store.
In buying Ilallum's Kidney
dries, Toilet Articles and Preparai
Prescsiptions filled here, you kno
Pickens Drui
Masonic Temple
We closed the deal lor 20c
Hour before the advance and are
the benefit of the low price.
In fact when it conies to lni\
we are in a position lo sell yon <
sale and a short profit" is < mr 1110
We have; just received a shi
children's shoes in the most desii
popular price.
If it is a hat that you are \.
yon good. We have just recce
good hat at from $ 1.c5 up. W e
the ones we are selling at $1.:
GOOD VALUES. Come in ar
When you are it town j>33
1 ~
wauling lv-? ijmj *.>i in>l wi: ui<" ai\\
Vours to serve.
W. 83. Fr
%\\t tlMk Oh
Remember we pay the hi<;
Soda inter fli D
It's a mistake to suppose that
used for drinks put up by differ
goods are identical, either in lUu
drinks known as (linger Ale, Le
Root Beer, Cream Soda, and oi
soft drink manufacturers, is no s
quality. One may be far superi*
We know our drinks are equal ii
upon the market of today and ia
to judge the merits of flavors .
testing them, but by making a C
Knowing that our flavors are. '
invite comparison with others,
can, without regard to standard
we change a formula unless we li
We believe that all things l>?
orders and correspondence am
QUALM Y is sure to win succ<
those fair-minded men who hand
licit patronage on that basis.
Pickens Bot
R. L. Davis I
hoick < f \v?-H improved Ini".<l U
I'ickvii-., A p i in of i liis m
'dtlC'P fritlll llllil l<i tvvn
trm is <>ui| or (i iif acri'H
run on < Ka^lcy ru ,1 anil
[urpliifi* farm, on which '2(5 M
li!1' < :ir, l>isiil?> rlentv <?f VL
N-'\v 7 iivmi lions"', iroo'l
ci ai>( l.ousf, two | as tur< 8 ? M
li o fh ( if? This i;i one of K
o.i i'mi'hi 11' i't I', day any- K
in! imvu and ^ -oil vraili*<l
i i;i>0'l tu i^li'n rhoi.'il tiii'l m
looking for ii ki I lioiuc or
ring In in i:i -i nitv income. m
(Is rtilj lins liiit. f o'in w ill
act'. Met tor t- '-o his |>I >oo
I for a ttii ii - t in ? 'Hi ;i! B
For tci ins ajijil. I
ciil I'd I. 5 . \
% ? \ ,
the compounding of our pro.
>n to fresh pure drills
only tint which is called for>h
our business. Everything
he carefully gone over- -bet?:ii
. 1 ^ at i <"
i mi, i nn'uicmcs, r>uu
Lions, as well as having your
\v what you arc getting.
Pickens, S. (J.
) barrels best (none butter)
<join>' to give our customers
^ /
in^ everything in our lines
>n ;i close, margin. "A <^njck
tto always.
Shoes! ' *>
iiunent i>| nivn's ladies and
abK; shapes and leathers at a
Hats!, " /
i ncf ti ol we can certainly chy
k< <I a lot .uid can fit. you iiy7 v'
l ave, them still cheapcr^^/^ " '
because the. same names are
ent manufacturers that thi*
or or Qti'iMiirtli I ! ?'? f""*
? in. 1,11.1. 11 lil L
mon Sour, Strawberry, Poach,
ther flavors, arc. put lip by all
tandard by which to judge
or in c.vcry way to the others.
i strength i<> the best placed
r better than some. The way
s by tasting' them, not only in >
'all.wool and a varrl v
^?rr^-? J
We ilMUc till- 1)1 St ^roods Wt". . ^
of ( ninpciitors, and n:?.ver
ml a way lo improve it in
equal. (careful haw 1 liiu?,.j${mH
fair dealing with cos to
:ss; not only frr us biiHfbflfl
le our ^oo(l? also, and in
*ropr< e f m JHHj

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