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V Ivrtptinuxr It "ton li'><i>-oii?blp Knit re-? tA t'lukeu* t'uatofflue as Second Oium M*M MftttC r PICKKNS,.S. C. : THURSDAY JULY 21, If) 10 Arn Not Alliorl The Sentinel. Pickens, 8. C. Dear Sirs: For some reason the eauso of which has been unknown to me, the impression has gotten out that the Good Roads campaign which the Record proposes to conduct thissum mer in connection with the county papers was allied in some way with the candidacy of Mr. F. H. Hyatt for trovernor. 1 presumed at first that the only justification for this supposition was that. Mr. Hyatt has been president of the more or less mythical South Carolina Ci??? ?! Roads Assoeiatian, and that lie is a resident of Columbia, where the Record happens to !>? published, but today 1 sir published in the Ijiiurensville Her aid a letter from Mr. Hyatt, as president of the Good Roads Association, commendiin;t he county papers for taking pari in this I i > i ? vjioou uoaus campaign amng with the Record, ami i# occurs to me that this letter from Mr. Hyatt may l>e responsible l'<>r the impression referred to. 1 have also been told that it is reported in connection with this rumor, that Mr. Hyatt is a large stockholder in The Record Publishing C Company. 1 do not mean to charge Mr. Hyatt o. any of his friends with endeavoring to associate him self or his candidacy lor governor with the Record's Good Roads campaign. If 1 were convinced that such an effort had been made for political purposes, 1 would certainly resent it most promptly and effectively. I do feci, however, that it is due the county papers which have loyally joined with us in this campaign to assure them that Mr. 1 lyatt knew not h imk 01 our campaign oeiore n was publicly announced, that lie has never been consulted about it, that ho docs not own a dollar of stock in The Record Publishing Company, that The Record is not supporting any candidate for govern >r, and that Mr. Hyatt is probably The Record's third or fourth choice anions the six candidates. The Record's efforts on the line of promoting good roads this year are in keeping with its work under the present management, as win no recalled i>y tnopatn-nmling tour of last year. I trust that I have made myself plain, and if any of the papers receiving this letter have published Mr. Hyatt's letter, or even if they have not% they are at liberty to publish this if they choose. Very truly, .Jas. A. Iloyt General Manager. Klilntv I'l l? HHvr Our?il M?' The above is a quotation from a I. tier written by H. M. Winkler, Kransville, Ind. "I contracted a severe case of ki< 1 ney trouble. My back gave out and pained me. I .see ue?l to have lost all strength and ambition; was bothered with dizzy spells, niy bead would swim and specks tl mi before my eves. I took Foley s Kidney Pills regularly and am now perfect' y well and I eel like a new man. Foley's Kidney Fills have cured me." Sold by all IiruKgislB. Kditor,Sentinel-Journal: Sir, I w;is thrown from mvliiii/cvnii 4th Sunday in June ami l>a<llv! hurt and have been shut in ever] since but am better, T have good j neighbors and friends who have1 treated me very kindly, which I thank them for, for which I hope I he Lord may bless them. I B. I folder. CASTOR IA i For Infants and Children. The Kind You Havfl Always Bought Boars th. " OignatuV , I ' Irllilf <1 f>lH : I PI? m.wJB | jL^JmB i 11$ taken by people In tropi-1 cal countries all the year 1 , round.1' It stops wasting and I .1 _ .L 1 I Keeps up ine sirengin ana i < vitality in summer as well B j as winter. : ALL DRUGGISTS j j From Easley. Dear Old Sentinel Journal: i-ieaseallow "old J. 1). Moore''; space in yonr columns to say a few words. j l\aslev seems more lilci' home to me than Seneca did. 1 see a lot of people here that I have 1 been 'acquainted with all my i life. In fact i know nearly overbed y from I'ickens to Green- i ville. We have uodd noiuihbors here. Little liov. son oi' Mr. A. Jam-| ison, is very ":< !c. Mr. Norris. the bottlinu; man, | has li MM) - irk. but is able to !>''I at hi- post a^ain. .Mr. Tinoh Robinson got his hand badly sawed up in one of the Diamines at (Mennwood. There are a lot of candidates passing around, ^ir. Jim C"raip:: .. n... ,>n,.v.. .1? I y \ nr? a i ail I I li" I'll&l'l <UI).| We don't thinkan vbodv enn uo| hack on Jim. I met. with Tom i Joe Mauldin this morning. Ifej looked as well as ' he was already elected, which he will he. j nodonht. And while we think I of others, let ns rcmcmher old j Julius 10. Bo<;us. asahlea man, as the state affords. Mv iittie business has been mood 11<'i"(I like Kasley. but so <li<l I like Pickens. Oik* mood feature about Kasloy is if you don't like licit' you can always ^et a Iicket and met out. ' To not worry you 1 will close not having much news at this time. I see a lot of the Pickens boys here and would be mlml to see Bill. Yours Very Truly, J. 1). Moore. A Kciv Short \V?*?kn M \ J. s. Kartell. K witrd-ville. III., vritt's: ' A f"w months :?*_:?? nn kultD-vs he<*nmo I 11it<i lvtckarhi< and pain a<'r<t?>> th?? ki'lnexs and I i >s. F??l?'y Ki<in?'\ I'iII- |? >ii p.lv cilfd inv imckfiilit'and oiui? n.c act ' < ii id* mv kidiii'\.>. Tina wa< I 1*1 il! ir ll * ll? ill'. .-1 f r?'C T11 V liuiilir t fur ?-r> * ' only n f?-w t-h ri \v< ?*ks nnd 1 can clie-'ifullv r*coninu-ini tin in." J*onl hv all I >ruvfgist8. Railway Mail Clerks Wanted The Government pays Railway Mail Clerks $800 to $1,200. and other Employees up to $2,500 annually. llw'?? Sain will l.oi i i xitniiiiii. tinns iliroiiu'ln"it tlie nniry for liailw -\ Mail l?'iks. ? u-Hi m Clerk*i anil oilier <?ov?m iimcnt Positions. ! I li iis.tniltt dt a point merits will In* I mail.-. * ny iniin ki won.an ifcr IH, in] I'-it* roiiuir> ? ?'! ^'-i nihiriiciion and ! f rt'?* i-if'>rin:tni?ti li\ wi H inx iil'nnrp to! Knrem >' In* Mien 'ii, 1(H ruinilm ! HiiiUiiii Konlw-HtiT NT. Y. I BILIOUS?! CONSTIPATED ?| i urxninurAil ntHUHont i ' FOR SPEEDY RELIEF. Nearly Everybody SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR 1 Ir^r you^ | PARKER'S I : HAIR BALSAM | tUff'iJStmK'zf JjTl ' 'I. m. ? niul twitifnf t)i? hair. | I mltilrflKf ~J* 1.1 (j l'r..i.,..ioi a Imuriant (Tenth. I I fflyf- \*y' .pSW<'?(.r F.-xil# to K??loro Or?yl i tlf'' yK> Hair to itr? Youthful Color. 2 ffiv ' r" ' "'D'1 *& I >t;ite of South Carolina County of Pickons. ! Court of Common Pleas. / | Summons for Relief?Complaint Served, j I'iper Kf>ofing Co. plaintiff, against A. K. Loftin, Laurence Loftin,and Grady j Loftin. ns copartners under firm name of A K. Loftin & Son*. Defendants, ro the Defendants above named: Yoit aro hereby summon? * and re-i rpiired to answer the complaint in this j action, of which a copy i* herewith j served upon jou, arid la imwon file with A. .1. Hoejgs. O. O P., at! Pickens, !S. C. and to sei vo a copy of ; your ont-wor to the said complaint on i (li?* subscriber at his office nt Green-j viiie. South Carolina within! t\\\ m" 7 da>s a/ter the service herooi,! exclusive of tlie day of such service; mid j if jou fail to answer the complaint j within the time aforesaid, the Plaintiff | in the actio i will apply to the Court for i lli^ roh..f i.; ? I Dated July 14, A.*D. if) 10. J. J McSwain, ' Plaintiffs Atorneya. A. ,J. Boggs, [seal) C, C. P. To the Defendants A, K. Loftin, Laurence Loftin, and Grady Loftin. alleged to he residents of North < Carolina: You will please take notice that summons against you in the above entitled action lias been lodged with me and is now on file in ray office and a copy of same with c iniplaint, affidavit, bond and wirrant of attachment may be obtained bv appltcation to me. A. J. Hoggs. J. J. McSwain, 0 C. C. at Plaintiff's Att'y Pickens, S C. Internal PeVenue Service District or iSoutu Carolina Deputy Collector's Office Greenville, 8. 7 July. 1910. Notice is hereby given that the follow, mg described property havim.' been seized on the Tih day of Jul.v, 1910, at j Liberty, Pickens Coiinty, S. (1., for violations of Sections 329(1, "aM. R. S. U. S. Parties claiming the 8'imo must lile Iviid in the collectors office within days of the date hereof <r the same will l>? declared forfeited to the United States: / One small bay horse, ono single buggy and harness, seized from A, 1). I'atterson. Twenty gallons of corn v? hiskey seized mi Long Creek, Oconee County, >. O.. from William Holmes. .Jno. P. Scri-ggs, Deputy Collector. Third Division. l)i.~t. of South Carolina. STATU OK SOUTH CAROLINA. County of l'ickens. By J. P> Newberry. Probate \V1IRKEAS, David Thomas uuide suit to ine, to grant Intn lettcs o Administration of tho estate and elFeet.of William Brown, These are therefore to cite i.nd jui niotiish all ami singular the kindred anil creditors of the said William Brown deceased, that they he and sippear before me, in the Court of Pro. bate, to Iui held at Pickens on theIs' day of July 15)10 next after publican -si hereof*at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause if any they have, why tinRaid administration should not he granted. Given under my hand, thin 2nd day of .luiy Anno I ntnini 1010. J. B. Newbekhy. (neal) J. P. P. C. \Vheretic h petition Ironi the freeholders and ( lectors ol ( etiirnl ???1 <ti> trit I No. 1' has been filed with the county Hoard of Kdncatioil nskiiiK "aid Hoard tor permission to hold an election in ?hi< 1 district to determine whether i?r not nn extra levy ol mills shall he levie t in said district lor school purposes. it appearing to the County Hoard ol Ivliicalion Unit the petition meets the requirements of the law Therefore it l? ordered that the trnlees of hIiovc named district do hold nn eleo lion on .Inly-rtth ht the (iraded school house, for the ahove s'ated purpose. The elcetiot. |o !>< held acconlilllf Id !lll? ri<filllrnnw.nl? ??f* IIMIH of the school 1m\v Tlie IIohkI of Trustee* of miIiI liistrict ore hert'hy i:p|iolntctl himh?k?*t>liyortlerof County Itouo) of K<1 ligation. K. T. Ilttlluin, Sf?. ?V < 'IllB Notice to Debtors and Creditors. Ail persons holding claims HKuinst the estate of the late Samuel Sim peon must present, the same duly proven on or before the 1 day of August or he debarred pay merit aim all persona indebted io Hftid estate, must make payment; on <>r before 'be above date, 10 I lie nndt'isigned. \V C sou, Administrator. Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge. NOTICE is hereby giVen that. ( will make application to J. It. Newberry Kkj., Judge of I'rohate for Pickens county, in the Stale of South < rtrolma, dii the 18 day of Aug- IttlO, at 11 o'clock hi the forenoon, or a> coon thereafter ab *aia application can he heanl. for leave | to make final pott lenient of the estate of J. VV. Turner deceased ami obtain difjhartfe hh ado iniHtratrix of paid -estate. Mrs. M> ra Turner. Administratrix. Cattle Hall Pickens Lodge ^!o. 123 K. of P., Stated convention 8:3o p, in., Monday venin^ after the lHt and 3d Sunday. Work ahead for all tin* Ranks. All vinilnrn rnHidlli' moi?o/l Hy order of I> U, MOOIIK, O, C. \. M. MOKKIS, K. of K. miuI H. Professional Cards F. K. B0GG8 w. E. FINDLEY | BOGGS & FINDLEY Lawyers Pickens, S. Oflice over I'lckcr.fi i link. IKtf. Dr. T. A. Seawright, DENTIST, Pickens, South Carolina. ')jfice upstairs Freemnn < '"j "N i r> a i*7 ^ jjamH| "THE T <;vu DOG D Pi will close j^H Now is the Time ; for v< >11 r Hoy ^ii;] (J i * * 1 s () can ilier;L at a Very Lo\ bcniLrl^f lil)"!'.i! I v of 1 lujso ( < . gaii hut w?- plenty K'f f-V . _ * uress : i Wo have mjwr seen such They k:i iw :t l; >od thing this <>|)|)??:*: ww'w y pass with( We have t\ oriorl Wit Everybody come and bu dise and get 50c. in goods Sewing Machine. j ) I -* W- V ?. '* "'V 1 - v s ' ' Li ? ' i > ; The First Day in ii n i uuesin L-ount. Almost any sort oi a suit looks well when tt is first put on, but after a man has worn it a little while and his body has begun to move aroiftul in it and the effects g] of the pressing iron have worn away and Pj dampness begins to play havoc with the ! fabric, unless the shape of the garments P| have been wraucrht infn rlnt-h nnrl r> ?? """ cloth lias been cut so right that it can't help hanging properly, so that the collar must cling to the neck and the lapels lie firmly against the breast, the original appearance of the clothes will soon be lost. A well made custom tailored suit will be right in the beginning and stay right in the end. The clothes we sell arc specially made lor the body as it is and not as it should be nnii thrr#-?(nrfv wlwn if rl/w.t.- K'.mI.i . I | settle upon him, there isn't i. contest be| tween the figure and the garment. ISCHILD, AILOR ia \zm ? *. o. ' v \/ OAT HI I OALIl! July 30th i to Get Oxfords w-'iir to School, while you -v Price. The people have )xfords since this sale bei. t Shirts! hungry buyers of Shirts, lien they see it. Don't let 3iit getting a supply. ridow Shade at 15c. >> y $10. worth of merchan3 o r> r\ ft n Vi r> -v-? r-?/-v *->4- 4-T-v <-v -J il UU CCXJLV.I C\J Vv 1 L <A> lJA^U Ch U U1H3 BRO'S.