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whitenman was arrsted Puens
conSy this week ohargd with opera
tig a blind iger. -
Mis Florence o. wia, teaches at
fWlsam Grove, N;0. cned school at
EaRle's, N. C., last Mon Y.
Cotton has declined to.8 .9 cents and
some is sold every 4ay a that price. as
farmers do not see m ob hope for any
advance in price soon. y
Th6re will bean ell-day singing at tie
Gap Church the 25th day of De6embe,.
Everybody invited to come and bring
song books and well-filled baskets.
Vootoz,---or saloon.easy terms, one
bmuse avid ne acre lot, beautifully loca
ted in the town of Calhoun, 8. C. Al.
y to Mrs. Lea - I. Cochran, Senees,
Moried, ou De. l8th Mips,Della Nor
ris, of Sahley, and Mr. eh Riye, of the
Crow creek section. Marriage occurred
at the home of Mr. Pink Duncan, n, ar
' Enob church.
Mr. D. H. Davis this week presepted
the Sentinel-Journal editor with son e of
the largest and finest turnips we ever
temember seeing. One wodid make a
mess for a smell family.
LoST-A black yellow-tan colored
hound dog; tip of tail white, white spots
on breast; short-legged; large, round
ears. ' Return to J. C. Childp at Pickens
Mill, and get reward of $U.
Owfng to the rush of holiday adver
tisements, several- columns of commu
nications. no1v in typd were crowded
out both last week and this. Thby will
P'P Q9On as space permits.
Miss liene Jenkins returned home Im'
week after a three weeks' visit amongi
elativ ji nylli.o louty, ihe wr a
Ieeoava.tied tw6 de6igls, Miss Corrs
Alartin and )r.. Ernest Stansell, who
abt s3veral very pleasant days in
Last year a farmer in Pickens county
bought a neighbor's cotton crop, paying
11.80 for same. After holding it for
over a year, in expectation of making a
.profit. he on Monday brought that cotton
to Pickens and sold it for 8 1.2 cents.
-Counting interest and shrinkage in
weights that farmer is out about $20 on
each bale he bought.
Mr. N. D. Ta lor, who has for some
time been coming to Pickens, has fitted
up a nice Studio over Nolt* Co's drug
store, and from now on will make regu
lar trirs to Pickens, its long as the pat
ronago justifies him in doing so. He
will be in his Pickens Studio next Tues
day, the 22d. and also on the 29th. If
you want good work call on him.
We direct especial attention to the
advertisement of those skilled and scien
tiflc blacksmith and wood--vorkmen the
Hughes Bros., of Pickens. We do not
suppoee there are finer equipped shors
in the state than they have. Among
their specialties is an appliance for setting
vweepa exactly right -for plowing, and
they can also shoe a wild and kicking
animal without injury or trouble.
Miss Mamie Gaston, for the past two
years in the Heath-Bruce-Morgan milli
nery department, leaves on the 26th for
her home in Blacksburg. Miss Gaston
will not return next year, as it is her
intention to retire, from the business.
She belongs to one of the finest families
in our state, and is a nostcharmingand
- accomplished young lady She has a
host of friends and admirers in our town
The loveliest npot In In this whole
Piedmont section is the Pickens Drug
Co.'s store, whigh is now resplendent
with Christmas goods of all kinds, Dr.
Hallumu. the big-hearted propriet >r. will
give away a $10.00 doll to some lucky
little girl. Every purchaser of 50 cents
of Christmas goods will be presented
with a numbered ticket, and on Christ
m-is eve the doll will be presented to the
holder of the lucky ticket..
The Craig Bros. occupy a half page in
our paper this week to tell .the trading
public about the great bargains they-are
offering in suits, overcoats, furniture,
shoes and other lines. There is not a
finer or more honorable firm in the south
than the MEssrs. Craig Bros., and when
they advertise bargmns it means first
class goods at bed-rock ppices, and not
a lot of old shop-worn hard stock. From|
now until Xms eve night their store will
be packed, for those goods are-going
like hot cakes.
For Sale-22 1-2 acres, one
half mile of Pickens, on main
road. Good water, good house,
and 25 acres in cultivation. J. H.
Gillespie, Pickens, S. C. de10-4
A big line of flat ware in all
the standard lines, including
Rogers 1847, Community and
Gotham. H. 8riider, Easley.
*-- NOTICE.-45 acres of Land for
sale one mile of Norris, S. C.
$30 per acre. Apply to R. T.
Hallum Pickens S. C.
Evty One Likies te IBo Remembered.
My7 Christmas Goeds are coming In. The
prloes gofrom 5e. up to #5. Toys and pres
ents foPte little ladles, for g rown-u p ladles.
* for the bs,. for the men, and for the older men
and wcnmen.8Qrosthing for your sweetheart,
for your beau nd for your servants.
.In TOYS it is Dolls, Tops, Hloops. Wagons,
etc. etc. Then comes in the uscfulI articles. It
is Hiandkerchlefs,, Scarfs, Gloves, Brushes,
Combs and a thousand ether things
And let u. not forget the eafing-Candles,
Oakes, N uts, RalIsns Cocoan.its, Bananas
everything you can th n~ of foi ObIristmas an<(1
I game zr forgetting the fine 'China and
Glassware. The same prlhe quoted in last ad.
And. - any new things comning ini every day,
both for P'resen ts and every da use,
* eeme for ChrIstmas Goods. Fortner price.
bold' edfor awhile.
Doil't forget my GOOD FLOUIR et Out P'rices
I want Eggs, Oh ick ens,.CQrn and Fodder.
T. D. I4AesIS.
Our, Blacsmith and
Has all MboPe little tools that are so nec.
Ej)gine for rwnine os saws and hands
Fet for t),q Scientific tting of Sweep.
Sbodng Rack and Can Handle
If you don't know what we can do, an
Ask your meght ors who have been patr
H UGH 1ES
ORRISTMAs GIkar FOR MOTH R, FA.
TERK AND GBANDMOTHE.
Would be a pair of nice Eye diasses or
S?ectacles fitted with our celebrated To.
rido Pebbles. Should you wish to send
them away be sure and consult us in re
getrds to our Christmas offer. Dr. A.
dom. Minager, The Globe Optical Co.,
Greenville, S. 0. Phones 9-0 and 918.
DR LAWRENCE ROPER,
PIOkENS. - - E'. C.
The State of South Carolinai
County of Pickens.
By J. B Newb 3ry. Probate JUdge.
Whereas. J. C. L. Rice made suit to
me. to grant him Letters of Administra
tion of the Estate and effects of N..A.
These are theiefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said N. A. Rice deceast d.
that they be and appear before me. in
the couRt of Probate, to be he!d at Pick
ens on the 81 day of December,1908 next
after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said Admin'stration
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 15th day of
December, Anno Domini 1903.
2t J. B. NEWBERY, J. P., P. C.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons hldng claims against the
estate of the late T. C. Robinson, decea
sed, must present the same duly proven
on or before the lt day of February,
1909. or be debirred payment, and all
Oersons Indebted to said estate must
-make payment on or before the above
date to the undersigned.
B C. ROBINSON, Administrator.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
All persons having claims against the
estate of the late J. J. Lewis, deceased,
n ust present the same duly proven on
or before the 1st day of February. 1909,
or be debarred payment, and all persont
indebted to s4id estate must.make pay
ment on or before the above date to the
undersigned. J. L. V ALLEY,- Adnm'r.
Notice is hereby given that the a .atal
meeting of the Board of County Comn
missioners wvill be held 'on T1 nesdlay. the
5th day of January, 1909. All persons
having claims against the county will
send them in for filing and appr oval on
or before that day, or be b)arred.
C. E. ROBINSON, Clerk.
The time for taking tax returns for fiscal year
1900 will open January 1st and continue until
Febuary 20th wvtthxout penalty. The Auditor or
his D)eputy will be as the following named Ila
ces to take returns:
Calhoun-Monday, Jan. 11.
Central-Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 12-13.
Cateechee-Tlhursday, .Iani. 16;
Norris-Thursday, from 2 to B p. mn., JanI. l4.,5
L.iberty-F"riday and Saturday, Jan 15-i6.
Easley-Monday and Tuesday. .Jan. 18-19.
Easlcy (cotton mill)-Wednesday, Jan. 20., till
Gienwood cot. nmil--(afternoon) Wed. Jan. 20
Cross Plains--(Freemian storel, 'l 'turs. Jan. 21.
Dacubville-(iiodsed store), F"riday, Jan. 23.
Peter's Creek--Until noon Saturday, Jan. 23.
Pumpkintown-Monday, Jnan. 25.
Holly Springs-Tuesday, .lan. 28.
Eastatoc-Wednesday, Jan. 27.
Mile Creek-Thursday. Jan. 28.
Six Mdile-Friday, Jan. 20
Prater's-(until noon), Saturday, Jan. 30.
The rest of the time in my oilIce.
Returns will be taken in my office during tbe
N. A. Cl IRISTOP'IIER, Audi'-r,
For Pickone County, S. C.
By virtuesof the authority vested in
me as executor, and pursuant to an or
der of the Horlorable Probate Court, I
will on salesday in January,1909, during
the legal hours for sals, in front of the
Court House. sell the remainder of thr
persopial property of -the estate of N. M.
Madden, deceased, to-w1t: Five shares of
stock In the American Bank of Green
ville, and some other property, if' not
disposed of at full value before such
date. JULIUS E. BOGGS, ISxecutor.
Noi~e of Final Settlement and
Notice Is hereby given that we will
make applocation to J. R. New bery. E~sq.,
Judge of Probate of Pickens county, mn
the State of South Carolina, on the 7th
day of JTanuary, 1909, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, or as soon thereafter as said
application dan be heard, 'for leave to
make final settlement of the estate of
TF. W. Hill. deceased, and obtain d.
oharge as admrinistrator of said estate.
.1. R. M, HILL,
I R. R. HILL,
Wuar so do a good job of work in a hurry:
iofficlent to work up the timber Sweep
And no* we have pUt in a
Your Stock Safety, Humanely
WE TURN OUT,
Intelligent People Think
If roey could bay sight-Un
fortunates who have neglected
to consult a competent Eye Sight
Specialist would gladly pay any
DR. A A. ODOM, Eye Specialist.
I make Spectacles' and Eye
Glasses to correct all errors of
fight after thoroughly examin
ing your eyes by my new .meth
ods and improved instruments.
Special attention given to mus
cular imbalance, double vision,
eye stfain, headaches, pain In
the ryes, near sight, farsight,
1 old sight, astigmatism, cross
eyes straightened without the
use of the knife, artificial eyes
matched and inserted. My mot
to: "You are satisfied or your
money back," has built up for
us the largest business in the
State. To out-of-town patients
I will deduct your railroad fare
from bill for twenty-five miles
out, half of fare for fifty miles.
We do this that our out-of-town
patients may have the same ad
vantages as our city friends.
DR. A. A. ODOM,
Msgr. The O(sIae ')ptical Unc., 220 N. Main
St. ORIE.;ViLI.E. S U. Phones 913
I T'N AHMEAD
of all c"m:"oa is' what the people all
say of H. SNIiEl1' ucpto--1rate JeweIry
Store. Thev kannw adl the cases and(
countern nye we.ll fililei with overy eesi
radi piece of ,.-welry oer Silverwa e that
they can aski for.
BICAUTII'L CUH IlSTMAS GIFTS
can be bought at all prices to suit all
purses We (do not think you can a e
Iour magnificent line (of watches and rings
wi'.hont desiring to own one of them.
Pav uts a isiit-il. does not cost y ou
an.y thing to look at them.
____ .H. SNIDEII.
Notice of VInat Set (leanent and ieharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make applicatin to J. B. Newbery,
Esq.. Jud@e of Probate Court of Pickens
county. in the stateo of South Carolina.
on the '24th day of Dlecemuber, 1908. at 11
dclock in the forenoon, or vs soon there
after as said application can be heard;
for leave to make final settlement of thef
estate of Mary E. Gaines, deceased. and
obtain discharge as administrator of sid
estate. R. G. GAINE~8, Administrator,
Suit or Overcoat
Smith & Bristo
GREENVILLE, S. C.
One price to everybody, and your Rail
road Fare refunded on purchase amount
ingd to $25 or over.
SMITH & BRISTOW,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Free Trip to Greenville!
Remember it costs you nothing to come to GREENVILLE
and make your Xmas purchases. Come and visit your friends,
and at the same time do your Xmas shopping. It don't make
any difference whether- you buy all at one store or not, you gei
the same REBATE at all the stores included in this offer.
Regals ! Regals!
The Shoe with a
Don't fall to see
All the latest styles
for Men & Women.
Quarter Sizes make
the REGAL -SHOE
Found only at OUR -
MEN AND BOYS We lhave everything you want. Men's Shoes and Boots,
$1.50 to $5. Boy's Shoes in all graaes and leathers, $1 to $3.
OUR CHRISTMAS LINE is com"lete.
Women's, Men's and Children's ShoEs in all styles and leathers. Women's Shoes
$1.00 to $8.60. Men's ShoeR $1.00 to $3.00. Children's Rhoes 50c. to $2.00.
Don't forget that we can furnish you with all the Xmas Novelties in FELT
SLIPPERS, with Fur Trimmings; Knit Worsted Slippers, many styles.
Start your Christmas shopping here and don't forget your Rebate Tickets.
I I9 N. MAIN STREET, GREENVILLE.
Free Trip to Greenville!
The merchants of Greenville. realizing the importance of your trade there,
wan to encourage and s imulate this trading, and to do s are willing to pay your
C. B. ST RATDLEY & CO.
Are among those merchants We' want your trade here where the stocks are
largest, price as arule are.better, and you get better prices and better mer'chan
We'll Take Care "f Your Expenses.
And come early, too, before the last ten days rush before Christmas. We can
serve you better and more satisfactorily too no'v. than we can later on. Then we
deliver your goods to the train and save you all that trouble. So come early, and
NOW FOR THE HOLIDAY GOODS.
Our Chris' mas department is' aglow with al the new novelties for Santa Claus.
Tie entire store is stocked to its capacity with lots of new and serviceable things.
Co ne over and see them.
REAL JAPANESE DRAWN WORK.
The most acceptable gift for a lady, especially with a pretty home. Center piecos,
price from 46c to $8.tray coes.n ot f te prtt logs. These range in
Almost every kind of Basket you could want for Christmas-work baskets,
fancy baskets, candy baskets and just lots and lots of others. 10c. to $10,00~.
Dolls and Toys galore, bo-carte, books, games, statuary and all the little nov
elties for Christmas. And loads of Jewvelry too. We are offering these goods at
an especially low fi .uro this season. Gold and silver articles, pitchers, salh pa-.s,
cigar holders and all those little useful things.
SPEIAL PRIGS OF Lqb1p.5' CZLOAKS~.
C. U. STRAULE & CO.,