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Pickens SentinelJournal
I Some Tings You Know and Some .
You Don't Know About Our /
y Towns, County & People
-For land anywhere in Pick
e-ns county see or write J. R.
Ashmore. "The Land Man."
After January 1st. 1911. the
Pickens Oil Mill will gin on
P riday's only. Dec. 29tf.
-In our account last week of
Oae marriage ot Miss Estelle
Cochran, we got the groom's in
iials wrong. It is B. S. instead
cf-B. W. Gaines.
Do you want to sell your
farm or town property? See
T. M. Hester "The Real Estate
'ian." Office in Pickens Bank
Building, Pickens, S. C.
-Fine Morgan Stallion! Any
-e wishing the services of this
rse will see W. T. Nalley, 2i
iles below Pickens, on the
7 Lsley and Pickens rotd. 0t
-J. A. Smith, photographer,
l be in Pickens on Mondays
each week instead of Satur
- :ys as heretofore. All who
ant first class work see him.
- G. W. Corbin and J. Ollie
rock. of Seneca. were circula
aig among their Pickens friends
onday. Mr. Corbin is now
ief of Police of that thriving
tle city, while Mr. Brock is a
ominent jeweler.
-Haye you purchased that
rmyet? I have some nice
-ces on my list. Write or see
me for anything in Real Estate.
I. M. Hester, The Real Estate
.,an. Office in Pickens Rank
uilding, Pickens, S. C.
-Married, by Rev. H. A.
O Kelley, at his residence in
Ctntral, Sunday afternoon, 12th
inst., Mr. Arthur Smith and
'.iss Mollie Knight, of Liberty.
Their many friends wish them
a long life of matrimonial bliss.
-We publish an article from
' Lamity's Harpoon," enti
B -idegrooms." It is good, and
wiile it speaks of conditions in
Thxas it is applicable to all sec
tions of the country. We hope
our readers will digest it-. and
profit by the thought advanced
and put forth therein and act on
the suggestion. Every day you
put off buying a farm or home
yo)u are losing money,
-Win. Boyd, a citizan residi
ing iq the eastern part of the
county, wt s found dead the
other morning, and Coroner
Medlin was called on to inquire
into the cause of his death. It
was found to be from natural
causes. He had gone to the.
spring for a bucket of water,
ahd failing to come back search
was made and he was found
'dead. Apoplexy or heart failure
was supposed to have been his
-The. many friends in Pick
ens of Mrs. Ruth Bates Craine,
wife of Mr. W. L. Craine, for
merly of Pickens, wvill regret to
hear of ter death at Branchville,
S. C., on Tuesday morning, 7th
inst., after a short illness, aged
26 years. She leaves a devoted
husband and four small chil-.
dren, the youngest being only
twcodays old, besides a host of
relatives and friends, to mourn
her death. Her 'remains were
interred at Glendale, in Spartan
burg county, near her old home.
In December of last year Mr.
an Mrs. Craine went to Branch
ville, where Mr. C. had a job at
the lumber plant. He came here
rom Greenville to work for J.
WV. Sheriff when he opened up
ais plmng mill in Picken s.
Irs. Crainle was posse of
hose C'histian graces and~ w \o
er to all w.iIs <whom she canwe
icontact. Toje hereaVd
usband andl~ father and the
totherlesS, sorrowing children
h.a sympathies of our commuu
nity are extended.
-Havo you tried to be a sUn
beam today? If not then try to:
be to tomorrow.
-Ti~rre may be money, but
the average man would rather
give you two hours' talk than
lend you a quarter..
-It will be a mistake not to
read the advertisements in this
paper. They will be found not
only genuine but interesting and
-Born on the 13th inst., a fine
12 lb boy to Mr. and Mrs. J. M.
Childress on R. F. D. No. 2, the
older baby being 8 years. They
are proud of their boy.
-The groundhog saw his shad
ow and there was also a thuider
storm on groundhog day. It
must puzzle the little fellow
what to do in such a case.
-Dr. T. A. Seawright's Den
tal office is in the Masonic Tem
ple, upstairs, over the Pickens
Drug Co.'s store. When in need
of dental work call and see him.
-Cultivate the friendship of
every farm animal, from the
do, to th-e horse. The man who
has not friends of this kind - is
not ant to have manY elsewhere.
If you want to see a man who
is the worst kind of a failure,
pick out-one who has had every
th ing done for him ever since he!
was a .babv. It takes a wonder
ful sihht of .ymce to be a man if
you have been carried on a pil- I
low all through life.
-Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morris
left Pickens Tuesday for Wash-I
ington and New York. From
present indications it is very
probable that Edgar will perma
nently locate some~vhere in the
north. His many friends hate
to see him and his excellent lady
decide on this move.
-The agreement entered into
between the American Music
Co,, of Jacksonville, Fla., to run
a popularity voting contest, and
give away a piano has been call
ed off by them. They did not
sesnsuitable and
the fall, at which time they
hope to pull off a good one. All
workers who have started in
this contest will be accorded
their rights and given their
proper standing and votes when
the contest is resumed, and they
will be treated -as if the conte t
had never been stopped. -For
f arther particulars see or write
the editor.
-The next time you meet
your children's teacher, greet
him or her. with a hearty hand
clasp and a warm smile. No
matter if the teacher be one
with whom you are not fully
pleased. No one is perfect; let
him know that you appreciate'
his honest efforts and that your
best wishes are wvith him in his
work. Encourage the teachers.
-Friend J. T. Hitt, of Easley
R. 2, was in Pickens yesterday
and reports that the farmers of
his section have been putting in
good time this fair weather.
He savs they have deen boring
big holes with little augurs, or.
plowing deep with little plows.
Mr. Hitt also reports that Mrs.
B. Jones, of his section, who has
been sick for about eight weeks,
is seriously ill and not impov
ing. She is under the skillful
care of Dr. W. M. Ponder.
-" Birds of a feather flock to
gether." How often reader,
have you heard that old quota
tion and thought how true it is?
Mind your conmpany, always
choose the best and when von
have it always 'onducI1t 'JourUelf
so a to miaintain the~ n-aet
toir ello citizeAnsTe iIVB.: -
Marietta, R. D. 2.
Health very good in this corn
munity at present.
A crowd of Griffin young
people attended preaching at
Oolenoy, Sunday.
Misses Bessie Jones, Marie
Smith and Lillie Keith were the
guests of Miss Lillie Lynch last
Misses Marie and Annie May
Smith and Misses Lillie and
Mary Keith and brother were
the guests of Miss Bessie Jones,
Sunday night, and they had
some nice singing.
Miss Ida Phillips was the e-uest
of Miss Leila Jones, Sunday
Mr. J. H. Hughes, who has
been v=ry ill with the measles,
is reported better.
The Ambler school is pro
gressing nicely, with Mr. Thos.'
Anderson as teacher.
Mr. Sam Hendricks gave the
young people a party one night
last week, which was greatly
enjoyed by all present.
Mrs. W. M. Jones, who has
been sick for some time, is bet
ter at this writing.
NI iss Lillie Keith was the guest
of Miss Marie Smith one day
last week.
Mr. Leonard Jones carried his
best girl home from )Oolenov,
Sunday, and repc'ts a jolly old
Messrs. ThoImas Hughes and
Alonzo Smith visited Mr. J. H.
Hughes. Saturday night.
Mr. Alton Kennemore and
mother were the guests of Mr.
Tilinan Dorr and it-her Sat
urday night and Sunday.
The Sunday school at Gritfin
is .progressing nicely.
Come again, all you writers,
Let's make the dear old Sentinel-!
Journal more interesting.
Lonely Sweetheart.
A Quiet Home Wedding.
On Sunday, 12th inst., at 21
p. m., at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. W. A. Mas
ters, near Table Rock, Miss Dora
Masters and Mr. Lee Simpson,
second son of J. B. Simpson, of
near Easley, were married.
After the ceremony, which
was performed by W. E. Edens,
Jr., magistrate, the attendants,
near relatives of the contracting
parties, were invited to the
dining room, where a table was
bountifully supplied with good
things. For a short time good
cheer reigned supreme.
The young couple will be at
home to their friends at the
home of Mr. Simpson's father,
Easley, R. F. D. 1, after the
They have the best wishes of
their many friends.
Marietta, R 2.
Dull, miserable weather in
this section.
Mr. Will Smith visited Mr.
J. H. Hughes one day last
Miss Lillie Keith visited Miss
Leila Jones one night last week,
and Miss Leila returned the~
compliment next night. They
both report enjoyable times over
their visits.
Miss Ida Phillips visited here!
one day last week.
Miss Bessie Jones visited her
schoolmate, Miss Lizzie Smith,
one night last week. They said
at school next day that they
greatly enjoyed themselves.
The children at Ambler surely
enjoy going to school. - All seem
to like their teacher, Mr. Tom
Anderson, very well.
Mr. H. L. Jones. of Dacus
ville,. visited hi; father, Mr. W.
M. Jones, one day\ !rstwek
Lonelv Sw'eet heart.
Card cei Thana.~
Mayheaens rCihes less.-ings
ret uponiF them is ourI] prav(er.
I r
We have just ;
and are able to fit you re-oar I -ss of th 1z f your feet.
Men's Dress Shoes: K:- r. Specia. J. ch Made, for
$5.oo. This shoe has all the s'Nle you are b-oking for and its
service can't be beat.
Kiser's King, for $3-50: We have it in all styles and leath
ers. It can't be beat for long wear and a: easy walk.
Kiser Quality, for $3.oo, makes your head swim at first sight.
[t is a dandy and you should give it a look before you buy.
Men's Work Shoes: The last few days of sunshine
makes us think that we won't need any more heavy shoes but
look out for February and March. More snow and ice yet to
:ome, and when it does, you'll wish you had a pair of'these.
Our Strong as Steel, for $3.00, wears like iron.
Heavy Tan Shoe. for $2.00, all leather and a crack-a-jack.
The old-time Brogan that keep warm feet, but makes lifes
walk hard. Sell you these for only a dollar and a half a pair.
Ladies' Dress and Work Shoes: We have a lar, c
lirN: and should be able to fit your feet, fancy and pocket-book.
College Queen, f)r $3 5o: This shoe has -. cloth top and it
certainly is something swell. Made to fit like a glove.
Kiser's Model, for $2.5o: 'lhis shoe is full of style and ser
vice, and, at the price, cannot be beat for fit, style and canmfort.
We. have another shoe for $-75 that looks good and will
wear for a while. We won't put an iron cl d guarantee on it.
Our Work Shoes for $1.5o in plain and cap toe are good.
Children's Shoei: We have the whole side of our
store lined with Kid's Shoes. One for soc. Lace and But
ton. This is a good value. One at 75c., in T'an and Black.
This is all leather and gives gocd service. We have a bett-r
one for $1.25, with cloth top, that is a peach.
If you, or any of yourkids are bare-footed come to see us.
Bring uT all the Produce you have for sale and get the best
prices. Yours for Business,
Keowee Supply Co.,
sA~M a ~AIc.. Manager
We have, just received a
beautiful line of. ladies shirt
waists ranging in price from
*1 **, Soc to$1.48:
- We have most anything new -
in the way of dry goods.
~,,Come to see us.
One-price Cash Merchants.
Keowee Phaac
Pickens, South Carolina.
Next Door to the Post Office.
Test Dr. Hess
On Trial
Did you know that you could feed Dr. Hess P'nultry Pan
a-ce-a the balance of the Winter, all spring, in fact untin th<
first day of August, then if~you are not satisfied that it has~pai<
and paid big,
yn wi refm ever> ce"t you haveI)paidus
It is to make youir hen >ay to mvake your chicks grow fast
healthy anid strong, to cur gapes. cholera and roup.
ODf course you are expected to iceep yuor pouhtay free fron
lic-: and for thatt pu:rp)ose we know of nothing better thai
Insuant Louse Killer.
Iei M i037vi vGUY order now.
H. A Richev~ &5Son.
.,es t)
BlRood Balm
(B. B. B.) Cures Thr~in tne Blood
Rheumatism, Eczema
Itching Humors.
B.IB 13 (Botanw Blood Blood) is the
only Blood Remedy that kills the poison
in the blood and then putrifie, lt--send
ing a flood of pure. rich blood direct to
the skiv surface, bones. joints, and
wherev-r thE- disease is located. I- this
way all I r.'s 'icers pimples. eruptions
are healed aynd el, od. pains an- acei
of Rheumatism cease, swr ll4n1. .
B. B. B. completely chan'ge tie. bodf
into a clean healthy condition, iving
the skin the rich. red bue of ijerfect
health. B. B. B. cures the wojst old
cas"la Trv it
pleasant and safe to taxe: composed of Rure
Botanic ingredients. It purifies and enriches
the blood. B. B. B. strengtheis the nerves
and builds tip the broken down system. Drug.
gists $1.00 PER LARGE BOTTLE with direc
tions for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
Tax Notice..
0!ie v Coun tty Tre:tsurer, Pickens County.
Pickens, S. C., September 3:0th 1910.
The broks for the collection of State and
County taxes will oe open from
1to1er 1h 1910 to December :;.st 1919.
Those who prefer to do so n p-.&~ in j4'a
ry 1Mi. with I per cent sdditio:al These
who prefer payi:: in Februairy 1911, cav
<Io sc, w'th 2 pi" 'ent additiomoil. Thoz , who
pre fe r paying .\!'::reh 1911. tl t!:- . of -aid -d
inont::. 'nn d .1 ayig an -(i) ionu 1 pe.
'ent- A f1er ( u'te the ho1:, i. A: ( ose
N. L.-2l'ax p.ay'rs ''w'Rin' p:.l ~or paying
i~x for thers. wi.,; p1 -2Se 's.- !o tl- reveipt
in eich t-ow:, vs.lJp or special hoo: '.itrict in
which he or ! ine may own pro;-ert'. 'his is
very lipotant n., there a re .o :nle"r special
.'Choo'l districts. Tloe Who &o :(ot wish to
lt the oaee can ite 1n. ot Inter than
>-e:n her 20th, :n~d iwill .h the with
the ,a::tUNt duie tind ilm . c:'n rcluit meti. by
ches. 11on e' (.d(- or regi'.tered( letter, If
n:p a': Uen 0' not sed -.boVL two (2)
'Ct. i4 I '' e n-:n t :s0 thten'. l' i e do not
sewi na' cw-ll v it-.1:: rel'isteralZ st,-rP. as it is
.htW to t los"; f sent otherv. ust be
Levy for State tax . - -... ........ Mills
aevy '.or a on-titut.n-!:,l S--oo t0'x . mi
Levy or .rdnay ..t ta. ...... , yl
Levv Jur Siln!4 ..'...... ~-lil!
L ev 'y for l' an ' a i ndeb t yi- i lls
Levy f'or 'ha il Gar,, .-. . -- , millj
Lev'y for St-Ite C'ostible ... ... .
Ti 18 millb
Spe-iai Levy for School DMstri t No I. inills
Special Levy for School District No. 2,.. .2 milis
Special Levy for School 1)strict N M. ....2mills
Special Levy for Sehool District No. 4.. * mills
Special LIvy for Se'bool District . 'o. 5..L mills
Speciati Lev; for School It striet No. 8 mills
Special evy for Sehool l).tri't No. v.. 10 mills
Special I.e 'y for -cbooi istri t No. 10. mil s
specisl Levy for School District No. I i mills
Special Levv for School District No. 13 . milns
Special Levy for Schoo! l:strift y,. 14 ..4 mills
- %peeial Levy for Seh"ool Distri't No. l6... "mills
Speciai I'vy for S'tool )istrict No. 1-*.4 i nills
Speci I Levy tor cho' Distit N'. 18 " mills
SI cveimc ILevy for t is'l listric; .\o. ' "mills
Spec'ial i.evy t. r ' et DI)stri't No, ..ins
Specln Levy for Sch'm D1i - t No. 2% mills
speial L.evy ror ,5qw- i iec., -. - ills
specl.ey lo fScrool lfn:trict mills
Sped..I I e f.' Se'noa u:iwtriea .o -?3 ills
Speeasl I.vy fo.School Distri"ot ".31. i5mills
Speciel l Iev for School stict No. -7. 4 mils
Se ecil I.ev for Sohtool '-t'iet No. 38. 2 mills
Spe in .v Vfor - .hoadlJDistrie:t No 41. 3 wiills
ISperJ' I Ievy for School1 Distric't.No. 4-'. 2 mills
Spen. I iev7 for Mbc~ool listriert No. 4'J.. milla
pecta It evt for Sei.-.;i l1&r;.t No Ta':. . toruita
S''d eL y iof (1 M'tao ilstria't yo. 's3. 31 tr!!5
Lievy' for u::ere- '-an r'i.'N-,. R. R. It..'. 1.
LIavy for ite-a es o '.-- R. . ao ch. mll
1 Picket,-" 4.ft .. 'a.-he. . . -mis
fro 1i'.~ 8. a' ' -- s in.e ""- 'eer
those excs- ;E u
I .ons n:;t Ii.,,, 90o.) -*ax *i r.4 i P er.ons
desiriase to .:-y g~. .,, '. ,.;;) . ,, ,, ~,.r fIve
daay" nor k ot: ta~ ra' - ' .j. ".i st ".-Loi March
af4n 50 ent 'a4 i IE- 'er r h.is c e t those
aexcu-sz' --ai
dogs ire' r, e o .. s.. ' ' r"' th T..ents
on each .1 a.
O Lr ~- - s * i'
fn thtG-y 4eto- -
ofiJeplay. n aro wel chose
that they c'anl he readily
termed "Gif ts that Charm."
are well shown here , for
youir deli<.ht. as well as other
gifts innumerable. Something
for every member of thec family.
Prof essional Cards
. E. BOlG" W. . 't i-''LY
* Lawyers
-Pickens. S. C.

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