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i Some Things You Know and Some
You Don't Know About Our
Towns, County & People
-Pickens furnished her quota
at the Barnum and Bailey show
in Greenville Thursday.
-Dr. L. O.Mauldin and bride,
of Greenville, are spending a
time with relatives in Pickens.
--Mr. Wm. M. Hagood, jr.,
and bride, of Easlev. are visit
ing relatives in Pickens this
-Wanted: Any one having
a good corn mill and farm to
rent, conimunicate with M. C.
Williams, Newrv, S. C.
-Rev. J. R. Aiken, of Fair
Forest, S. C. spent a ;ouLiion of
this week 'in Pickens with his
brother-in-law, Capt. J. T. Tav
-The Floyd Featherston Mu
sical Co.. held the boards at the
Pickens Graded School Auditori
um1 Monday ni*ht. All who
were present. say the entertaiii
ment was all right and that they
had a nice time.
-Monda b-ilg saleslav. and
a good deal ot stuff to be sold,
there was a lare crowd in tow).
Most of them (ame to see how
the land sold, some came to bid
on it, while others came to at
tend the meetin o the county
Union. The mercham s say they
did not do as good a business as
they did last SaturdlaV.
-M srs. John Crair and W
0. Willard, of Pickens, have
been drawn a- jurors at the pres
ent term of the U7. S. court, now
sitting in Columbia. and left for
that placo last Mondav. They
Wil. no do1 e a good time,
as the ' I full blast this
wee every unute will be
e o i t j t h e r e t h a t t h e y a r e n o t
sitting on a ca.t'.
-Carev & Uhastain. the real
estate men, h..ve added largely
to their list, as published in this
paper and can supply you with
almost anything you want in
the way of a'large or small farm
or town lot. They have added
several large farms and1 some
town lots to their list. When inl
need of a farm, home, or lot to
build on, consult them.
-Married, on October 31st,
1909, at the Presbyterian manse
in Liberty, by Rev. John C.
Bailey, the officiating minister,
Mr. David Urias Mauldin, to
Miss Hattie Jane Nix. daughter
of Mr. A. Thompson Nix, all of
Pickens county. The happy
coupJle have the congratulations
of their many friends for a long,
happy and prosperous life.
-Married on the 31st ult., at
11 a. in., at the residence of Mr.
James T. Dillard, father of the
bride. Mr. J. Arthur Atkinson
to Miss Artie A. Dillard, both
of Pickens county. Rev. W. C.
Seab)orn. inl his usual graceful
manner otticiating. The happy
young couple have the best
wvishes o)f their many friends for
a happy and prosperous life.
--Wednesday night, about 9
o 'clock, fire broke out in the crib
of W. T. O'Dell, and when dis
covered the other crib was also
in a blaze. and when the fire had
done its devastating work three
barns, two cribs, cow stables,
cabin and shelters to the amount
of ten buildings had been burn
ed. Mr. O'Dell lost 200 bushels
of oats, 8300 worth of cotton
seed, ;300 bushels of corn, 16
hales of cotton, two wagons, all
of his roughness of various
kinds, farming tools, etc. The
loss is approximately $5,000
with only $300 of insurance.
The dwelling house caught on
fire several times but it was
kept from burning by heroic
work of the nighbors who gath
ered in quickly. The fire was
plainly' visible- from Pickens.
Mr. O'Dell's many friends symn
pathise with him in his loss.
Salessday was well attended
and the lands brought good
prices, as a general thing. The
Keith lands was b)id in bv R. E.
Bruce for S4095. The R>hinson
lands were bid in by B. (C. R bin
son for 9480. S. 0. Skelton
bought the Chamtblini lot in Lib
erty for 400). Htnry Lawrence,
col., bought the Tolber't lot in
Pickens for~ 71.00. Ja mes J(onie5
bought the J ones 11od for SOO
E. C. B3ull bought the Ownby
land for 2.205. J., T., Ta.lor'
bought the - 2'd mn!i' I ad of
the R. F. Bowen estate for 400.
an~d H. C. Shi'ly b mant the
Timonthv 0. Bryant tract of the
same~ estate for i'50A0. 'he land
of the BorderI State Lumber CJo.,
%old for taxes. was bought by\
J. F. Banisteri for S200. A tract
of 156 acres Vbuging to H. 0.
Bowenl was sold to C. E. Rohmn
sonf for 215. Four tracts belong
inlo to estatc J1. 0. Boe wr
sold1. one hid off by T. J. Maul
din for' 8?t'0. one~to R. F. Len
hlra(it for s1800,one to T. J. Maul
din for $10J50, and one to T. J.
Mauldin for $1,000.
Married, on last Tuesday even
ing. the 2d instant. at 2 p. m.,
at the home of Mrs. G. W. Earle,
the mother of the bride. Miss
Essie, the eldest daughter, to Mr.
W. Elbert Fendley, both of our
city, Rev. D. L. Lander, pastor
of the bride, performing the cere
Inmediatly after the ceremony
luncheon was served and the
happy couple boarded the 3:20
train for a trip to the city by the
The presents were numerous
handsome and costly and -attest
the esteem in which the young
folks are held and will serve as
The bride is one of our choicest
young ladies. From a little girl
she has grown up in our midst,
honored by old and young alike.
The groom is from one of our
best families, a graduate of the
South Carolina College, and for
)ast two years has been
Licing law in this city. He
is considered one of the substan
tial and coming young men of
the county, who will make his
The congratulations oa the
happy event are numerous and
this paper is greatly pleased on
this occasion to add its hearty
good wishes to those being so
Fcr rent two horse crop three
miles north of Easley, ten acres
bottom land, for. corn, thirty
acres for cotton. and known as
part of the Lathem farm. Good
chance for right man, call to see
land and Robert Stewart. R. F.
D. No. 1. or write 0. S. 'Stewart,
Central, S. C.
I have quite a number of old
accounts on my letiger. I am
not going to carry them any
longer. Pay me inside af thirty
days or then pay some one else
with the penalty.
Yours for settlement,
J. L. Bolt.
-Wanted: 50 bu. of peas: wil'
pay cash for them.
J. L. Bolt.
Notice of Final Settlement and Dis
N O'TICTE is lre!'y givn that I will
:Ike applicauien to J. B. N.wherrv
Eq . JuTg. of Prbte for Pickens
county, in thy Ste,. of South Carolina,
nn the 4 day of Dec. 1903), at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, or as soon thtereafter as
said applicatIon cain b)' bear.d. for leave
to made final Lettlemcnt of the estate of
W. H1. Reid dec'ease1. and obtain
discharge as adnunistr:.ter of said estate.
Hi. Tr. PaLc.
All 1ersons are hereby warned and
forbidden from hunting, fishing, cutting
timber, letting out fire, making or cut
ting byioadis, or in any mannier what.
soever tresiassing upon any of our
premises under pe.nalty provided by law.
Jes.ee Jones WV. E. Crensh aw
C. B. Finley W. C. Finley
J. A. Finley Rt E. Steele
B. F. Alexander A. P. Alt-xander
TI. A. Stewart J. D. Mauldin
WV. P. MlcKee J. L. McKee
P. S. Robins B. D. Mauldin
C. M. 3Iauldin Mrs. Sue Craig
Mrs. Gussie Alexander C. M. Steele
J. C. Stewart Rt. G. Gaines
(T. G. Oliver manager)
J. E. BOGGS W. E. FINDLEY
B03GS & FINDLEY
Pickens, S. C.
O'lice over Pickens Bank.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors,
ALL persons holding claims against
the estate of the late A. M. Garrett
must present the same duly proven on
or before the 1st day of December
1909. or be debarred pay'ment; and all
persons in:lebted .to said estate, must
make payment on or before the above
(ate, to the undersignied.
J. R. Garrett,
Summons for Relief.
ST ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
Court of Common Pleas.
Summons for Relief--Complaint Served
F. L. Burgess. D)ovey Howard. Martha
Cisson. iand Flora Painter, Orr Clark,
Sunie Clark. Clyde Clark, dnd Lois
C:a:-k by their guardian ad litem D.
L. Barker, and Benmte Burgess by his
guardian ad litem J, B3. Rigdon, Plain
Rena Burgess and Judge Clark, Defen
To ..he~ Defendants above named:
You. are hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint in this
action, of which a copy is herewith
served upon you, and to serve a copy
of your answer to the said complaint on
the subscrihers at their office at Pickens
'nurt Houuse, south Carolina within
twenty dla. s.after the service hereof,
exclusive of the (lay oif such a~ rvice; and
if you fail to answer the complaint
witnin the time aforesaid, the plaintiff
in this action wi'l apiply to the Court
for the relief demanded in the com
Date Oct. 2, A. D. 1909).
C. E. Robinson
To Juide Clark infant defendant over
fourteen years of age:
You are hereby summoned and re
quired to alply for the appointmient of
guardian ad litemn to repiesent you in~
this action within twentv dlays after the
service of this summons upon yon. and
if yoU fail, a ppheation for such appeint
ment will lie made by the pilaintilf here
in. You will further take notice that
the sunmmons, of which the foregOfng is
a copr ar.d the complaint in this action,
wVas fil.d in the office of -Chark of Couirt
ait Pi-kens S. rC. on the e day of Oct.
191:9 and is n.ov on file in said office.
C. E. Robinson.
They are here and still coming.
Pickens Drug Co.,
Masonic Building. & PICKENS, S. C.
FARMS FOR SALE!
Have you purchased that farm yet? I have a number of
others but let me call your attention to
No. 21.* oo acres ;Y2 miles from Pickens; 75 acres is
cleared, 15 acres in fine bermuda pasture wired in, balance in
original forest; 8 t6 io acres of branch bottom land, good
new 7-room house, complete good barn and out-buildings; M
mile from church, i mile to school, convenieut to gin, mill, etc
Some of this land will make a bale ot cotton per acre. Price
$3,250. Terms. Come let me show you this, you will like it
No. 22.. 5o acres, 6 miles northwest of Court House; Y2
cleared, balance in original forest; about 6 acres of good bot
tom land, small i-room house; Some of this land is rolling
but good value at $16 per acre.
Now, maybe it was a town lot already improved, or a few
acres close to town that you could improve to suit yourself,
that you were wanting: Come to see me for anything in the
Real Estafe line. I have a number of desirable properties on
my list. IF YOU WANT TO SELL LIST WITH ME.
Yours to satisfy your demands for investment,
or a good Home.
H. M. HESTER.
"THE REAL ESTATE MAN."
Box 264. Pickens, S. C.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Dry Goods, Shoes, Underwear, etc.
To the readers of the Sentinel-Journal:
You are hearing of HIGHER prices. I am glad to say that
i believe Cotton will be higher. I am also glad to say that I
have bought one of the largest and best selected stocks of
goods-piece goods, men's and women's underwSar, blankets,
shoe-in a word, a stock of goods suited to the needs of the
general public, that I have ever had, and I say to you MOST
POSITIVELY that my prices are NO HIGHER, and on some
goods LOWER. than last season.
I do not advertise to give away goods-to sell a r oc. article
for 5c.-I can't do that. But compare MY GOODS and
PRICES with the "give aways" and if I do not give better
values, I will not ask yo,u to buy. I want your trade and will
do all I can, LEGITIMATELY, to get it. I promise you
Dependable Goods. Lowest Prices.
A Fair Deal. Your Money's Worth.
A. K. PA RK,
West End. G-reelryi.11e. S- O
* MM i2
TeGreatest Cold Weather Drink is
!" H OT 1T"OM"I
Made by the Pickens Bottling Works who have theex
#clusive right in this territory for putting it up. Beware #
# of others claiming to put it up or having somnething #.
# just as good."
$ We Mre the Only Distributors in This *
$Inquir ofyuried about th GaWinie Drink.
"t (TRADEMARK REGISTERED.
"ttouches the spot" It is a great cold-breaker.
# Get a keg out of this 'car-load-you might not get a
# chance later on. MI orders filled promptly by
| PICKENS BOTTLING WORKS.5
* R L. Dais, Prop'r. : : Pickens, S. C.
-Miss Cassie Bolt, who has
been spending a time with
a ri -nds and relatives in Ander
on. has returned to her home
-Yesterday (Wednesday) the
market price of cotton in Picl.
ens was 15.024. Pretty fair
price, this, and it might pay you
to sell at this figure.
-Mr. J. P. Farrow of near
Toccoa, Ga., is on a visit to his
nephew, W. M. Johnson, the
shingle man, who resides in the
Hagood mill section of the coun
-J.W. Hester and George Cor
bin has bought the outfit from
D. F. Pace and contemplate op
erating a pool room and cafe in
the room now occupied by the
-J. D. Mauldin, of the Mile
Creek section bought a lot at
Norris, at the recent sale of lots
at that place. He contemplates
erecting a store-room and sell
ing goods there later on.
-B. F. Mauldin is buildii,,
nice and'commodious house on
his farm below Mile 'Creek
church, while S. B. Dalton is
putting up a good, substantial,
house on his place right at the
-Will Ferguson asks the per
son who got agood tlack coat out
of Paris Sizemore's place of busi
ness during Fair week, probablyi
through mistake, to please re
turn it at once to the place
where he got it.
-Salesda-y produced several
embryonic candidates. Several
were seen plotting, laying plans
and feeling of their chances to
enter the race. This is pretty
soon and there is a heap of cold
weather ahead yet.
-Mr. J. D. Morgan, of the
Keowee side of the county. was
in Pickens Monday and was a
welcome caller at this office.
He is the kind of a man that
suits the newspaper reporter for
a lot of good stuff can be gotten
-A. S. Porter, Pickens' popu
lar barber. has sold his shop to
J. Lem Thomas and has retired
to private life, and will farm an
other year, on his place above
Hagood's Mill. Arthur's friends
and customers hate to see him
leave but hope he has not quit
his trade for good.
-James E. Parsons, of the
Liberty side has bought the B.I
J. Johnson home place just be-!
low Norris and will move to it
soon. Jim is a good farmer andI
will soon have a nice productive
farm out of this place. He has|
already been offered a goodi
round sum for his bargain but
would not sell. '
It is said by those who live i
that section, that.the roads in the!
western part of the county, and
especially around Mile Creek
Church, are in the best condition
they have ever been. Supervi
sor Looper has just been through
that section and gi ren it a thor
ough working out, and to him;
is the praise being given.
-The Pickens County Lav
man Missionary will be held at
Pickens. S. C., in the School
Auditorium, the fourth Sunday
in November (28th inst). Prom
inent Laymen of the state will
be present and make addresses.
All churches in the county are
requested to b)e represented.
J. R, Ashmore.
Chair. Advertising Committee.
-The six-month-old baby of
Ves Ellenburg, living in the wes
tern part of county. was burned
to death recently. It seems that
he and his wife were milking
and the child was left at the
house with the other children
when in some way it was sever
ely burned either from the lamp)
or the fire and died during the
night. The bereaved parents
have the sympathy of many
-The nine-months-old son of
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Martin of
Easlev, died on the 27th ult.,
after a short Mlness and was
laid to rest the day following in
Westviewv Cemetery. The sym
pathy of many friends is ex
tended the bereaved parents in
this their hour af sorrow. But
they should not grieve, for it is
written, "Suffer little children
to conic unto me anQ forbid
them not, for of such is the
kingdom of Heaven."
-Mr. L. Ross Eaton. one of
the most prominent and popu
lar citizens of the county died
at his home in Central on Tues
day night. at about 8 o'clock,
Mr. Eaton was one of the land
marks of Central being one of
the first mercantile firms to
open up there and by his integ
rity and1 fair dealing he amass
ed1 quite a handsome competen
ev. He leaves a widow and one
daughter, Mrs I. M. Mauldin, of
Pickens, besides a host of rela
tives and friends to mourn his
death. For sonme time lie had
been in had health and his trou
bles superinlduced by diabetes
madue such inroads on his sys
temn th at the skill of physicians
availed nothing. His rema.ins
were interred at Mount Zion
cemetery on Thursday evening,
at 4 o'clock, a large concourse
of sorrowing friends attending
the obsequies. Peace to hisI
a. a-n~ # 4
If it's a surface
to be painted, en
ameled, stained. e
varnished, or fin
ished in any way, Fire Insurance.
there's an Acme
Quality Kind to You insure your home against
fit the purpose. flre. Why not insure it against
decay haused by sunshine, rain,
snow and sleet? They destroy as
certainly as fire, unless the surface is
protected with good paint.
HOUSE PAINT (New Era)
gives the greatest durability and
beauty, and best resists rain and sun
It costs less because it takes less
and lasts longer. Let us -show you the
latest fashionable color combinations.
Acme Quality Dealers,
Craig Building Pickens 5 C
Trinkets For Dainty Women.
Are a special feature at this jewelry
store. There are silver mesh bags, jew
eled hat pins, stick'pins of many kinds,
ornaments of all sorts.
It Is not Too Early
to begin choosing gifts for the holidays.
Stop in and do some choosing nowwhen
it can be done in comfort. More and
more People are wisely doing that evry
40C per box: 2 boxe 75c.
barb wire ' S c.
.A full line of all kinds of
at the same low prices,
Real Estateand Insurance
Tract of land, containing 111 acreE; situated near Cedar
Rock church. Known as G. H. McGill land. Sixty acres in
cultivation; 2 houses on place. Price $4,800.
Tract of land situated at Dacusville. Known as J. A.
Chastain land and containing 50 acres. Price $9oo,
Tract of land .on Twelve Mile River, cohtainiing 60 acres,
known as W. H. Lewis place. Good house, new outbuild
ings. Price $1 ,4zo.
Tract of land situated 2 miles north of Pickens,' contain
ing 71 acres; 35 acres in cultivation. Known as J. M. We). "
born land. Price $1,500
Tract of'-land on-public road from Pic.kens to Mountain
Grove church. .Containing Ioo acres. Good two.story house
of. 7 rooms, good-'barn. Known as J. M. Welborn lands.
If you have any land to sell list it with us.- Our motto:
"Yours for business." Office upstairs in Freeman building.
CAREY & OHASTAIN,
Main St. Pickens, S. C.