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C. E. ROBINSON. EDITOL
PICKENS, S. C.:
THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1911.
Some ThankSgivng Thougts.
In accordance with a long.
established custom'and by virtue,
of law, both national and state,
the last Thursday in November
in each year has .been set apart3
to be observed as a day of
Thanksgiving to Almighty God.
Some weeks previous to this day
the president of the United
States issues a proclamation,and
the governors of each state do
Ilkewise, calling upon the people
to gather in their respective
Pl ces. of worship and render 0
anksgiving and praise to the
giver of every good and perfect
gift. Few people observe this
as it should be and as it is in-S
tended to be.. Instead of making
it a day of praise, thanksgiving
and joy, it is -usually spent in
frivolity, sport and pleasure.
3Iep humility of soul and a de
vout feeling of dependenceVo
God should raerie each
Ie on this day.
The people of -Pickens county
have abundant. reason to enter
idyfully and heartily upon this
day fo aterial, personal
lessings which
a them during the
elvemonths. Therehave
oserious disasters or ca- 0
es; no pestilence or
no disastrous losses or
Good health has been
among them; the year
been fruitful; large crops
ye been made and' harvested;3
ecountry is at peaee-nd the3
'ha e had laige ingath-*
reings. to mk scould we
yfland thankful? 'a
But while many of uspnjoy
all these great blessings, there
favored. . God, in His wisdom,
?issae6e fit tomake some poorer's
andeore soe have been
brfofparental love and have
the cold charities
of the world; som ,' a
wise providence, have been call-a
ed upon' to suzffe'r and endure3
hiardships ands afflictions, yet3
these can rejoice and be thank
ful for privileges and? blessings
we know not of.
this day can be made
a blessing to each one of us is'
by doing something to help and
bless someone else. There are
the poor in the aims-houses, the
orphans in the orphanages, and
all over the land there are those
who need our pahy and
pra ers and substantial help.5
o - by sime kind act,
or friendly word, that you f'eel
an interetin them. Prove your
sincerity by doing something.3
-Have you given anything to1
e poor and needy this year?
not, to-day as you sit down t
e of your ThanksgivingS
, remember that there are
dreds of boys and girls in3
iie Maxwell, Thornwell and3
rth Orphanges who wouldg
y enjoy your privileges for
.y. If you doinot attend a3
h service to-day, and do3
n ve the opportunity to con
tribut- something for theseide-0
penderXt and needy ones, will3
you not hand the pastor or treas
urer of your church an offering
o4 r therai **
Givintg tcthe poor we are told '
3 lnin~g to the Lord, and if we
en~id to HimI we may be sure of
being repaid with good measure,
heaped up, shaken together and
running over. Giving from
pure'motives and to agood cause3
always brings blessings, and f
many times four-fold, for we
are told if-we give it shall be'
-given unto us in good measure3
~ -~-and ~in such abundance that3
there shall not be room to re-3
ceive it. Do you believe it? If g
not, try it. Begin to-day anda
make a generous, hilarious gift
for one of the orphanages, and3
see how much better you will
fee ad what a jov'it will'
bring to you.fo
-"Praise the Lord of hosts:fo
the Lordis good; for His Inercy '
endureth forever."
-- " -bread upon t
'dafor thou shalt find it
~fIermarw days." 4
Week-End
0UR APPOINTED WEEKLY
Laggard Surplus Stock and
ing Prices, have acted like magi
in Greenville. There are good
some strenuous price cutting foi
Offer values that are unusual
week's record" is the slogan of
for
F ay an
Dec.ls
All t can do
- - 'Week End Sale
The. Price less and Misses S
Wholesale C
Cost One lot ladies an
CostSale price
G~Joo~d quality cotton check1 Ladies and misse:
4c.
Yard wide sheeting One lot ladies all
5c'$18.00 suits, sale pr
-~ Ladies blue and I
Heavy Outing scotce suiting $20.(
5c.
Good Apron ginghams ILadies and misse
coats
5c.
't 1-4 all wool plaid $15.00 all wool
$5.00 coat
Blankets Mens Clothir
$3.45One lot mens wo
____ ___ ___ ___ 6.50
Poe mill bleaching yard Mesalwofr
ide mer 10.00 suits
5c.
_______________ Mens all wool su
Extra large size bed corn ,ens all wool Suit
fort t6.50
98c. One lot mens han
former price 20.oo
UGreenvil
Sale at
EVENT FOR THE DISPOSAL of
I special purchases, at Quick Sell
C. Our store is the busiest spot
reasons why. It's because we do
the last two days of the week.
and extraordinary. "Beat last
these week end sales. These
I Saturday,
is to say COME.
Price on Ladies!
uits and Long Extra Special.
>ats _ _ _
d misses $12.50 suits skrs$1.98
$6.98 One lot boys $2.00 over
; all wool suits coats, 3 to 6 years
$8.98 .$1.-0
Wool. hand tailored Boys $3.50 all wool SUitS
ice f .8$1.98
>ack serge and fancy
10 suits Mens $1-so wool pants
Sale price $14.95 98c
s $20.00 reversible - Mens heavy ribbed un
S~$14.9539
rough mafriel long -
*996 Ladies fleeced bleached
_____ _______snow white Soc underwear
ig underpriced 39c
)IsisffirpieMens leather work gloves
Sale Price $4.98 25c
Icy wosted and cassi-!
$7.55 Mens $i .00 negliee
shirts
[ts worth 12.50 9.95 63c
, for price 15.00 ad ---
11i.50 Men and boys sweaters
d tailored suits our ~ 47c
14.95'
ie, S.S..
p*eae
muichenl '430"
SThe Wonderf
AUTOMOBILE I
You have probably heard a lot
well cars in the Glidden Tour whicl
ville, Fla. The facts of the matter ;
all were driven by professionals wit
prepared for this trip and in fact we
start of the Glidden Tour.
The Mitchell was the only car 1
classes. The Mitchell 4-4 in divisic
Division No. 5 car from $200I to $;
It was the only car in its class that c
Brown, of Athens, Ga., who drove 1
with 3Y4X5 cylinders, is an amateur.
run started in New York. It was d
Branch and when you thirsk that he
an amateur driver and brought the i
class, it reflects some credit on Dr. I
NO. 26 which won in division No. 2
mechanician, Taking it all in all ,th
den Tour was the most wonderful ol
We have a stock of these Auto
. call and see them and let-us give yo
Iwhat the MITCHELL is.
Is
I 'Mtchell;:
i"The Car You Ough1
Silent as
I1
!I Folger,1T
Clothing, Shoes, Hats an
* Sole agents for Walk-Over Shot
ISewing Machines, Chase City Buggies
0BUSINESSLOCALS.
I Craig Bros. Co. want 30 bush
els white multiplying onions, at
*1 $1 per bushel, in trade.
I -For land anywhere in Pick- I
ens county see< or write J. R.
Ashmore. 'The Land Man."
3 For Sale. Fall
5One 15-acre tract Of nice land tion to
adjoining college lands in Cen- prove thi
*tral, S. C. Good 6-room house season at
Band out-buildings. Cheap. See easiest I
or write C. W. GARRETr. tee every
Easlev, S. C. S a
I FOR SAL-Pure Blue Straw
Iand Golden Chaff Seed Wheat We
at $1.75 per bushel new feat1
R. G. GAIN'Es, on sprint
* 2t Central, S. C. blades t<
FOR RENT-Wheat and corn chine, an
mill and ginnery. Call on
U B. P. KELLY, - Ste
* nov23 t3 R. 3, Central,S. C.
corn at 75 cents per bushel. RangeFRSL.40bseso is
H. E. Hamilton, special
OIPickens, S. C. our win
- R. F. D. No. 3. Goe
*Nov. 30O% igt
55 acres three and a half milesrih
* east of Pickens, 25 acres in cul- I
Itivation, balance in pasture and i
woodland; splendid neighbood;
good 7-room 2-story house. Let
me show ye:this place for I can
* make a price that will interest
I ou. Immedit possession if .
you want it. S~e ^H. .M. HES
TER, Pickens, S.IC.
Subcrbe. aca for. Senin.
Subscribe for4'fhe Sentinel.
5 Passengers $1,350.
d Record Made by the *4
N THE GLIDDEN TOUR
of talk about the wonderful record of the' Max
was recently run from New York to Jackson
are that all Maxwell cars that made any record at
h factory mechanicians. They were. 1
nt through a rigid course of training prior to the
that had the distinction of winning first in two
n No. 2 from $8o to $1200 inclusively won-first.
pooo was won by L. C. Brown in No. 19 Mitchell.-1
ame through with a perfect score. Dr. L. C.
he No. i Mitchell which was a 5 passenger Six
He never saw his car till two days before the
elivered to him in New Yori by our New York.
had no mechanician and that he- was absolutely
:ar through with a clean score, the only one in his
3rown and a whole lot on the MitchelL Mitchell
was also driven by an eur d v
performance of. the Mitchel
any of those among the en
mobiles on hand -and w
u a demonstriti$in
-2 Passengers, $1,000..
I to Have
e Price You Ought to Pay."
thse Foot of Time.
ci Gents' Furnishing (loods a Specialty.
~s, Hawes Hats, Iron King Stoves, New Home
, Mitchell Wagons and Mitchell Automobiles.
'W
plowing time is here and we want to call your-.atten
Win. J. Oliver Turn Plow on the market to-day. To
s-ask any owner. We sold 50 of these plows last
id only had one broken frog refifrned. The frog is
iart about a turn plow to get broken and we guaran -
.one of the Win. J. Oliver Plows. _
1k Cutters
have got the best thing yet in a stalk cutter. 'l
are about them is arrangement of the cutter part
rs which, when striking a solid substance, enables the
Sgive. This is an important feature about this ma
d will have to be seen to be appreciated>
yes and Ranges
carry a full jine 01 these articles. ~The "7H -
as good as can be found. We also wa ,~
ittention to the "Odessa" Cost Ran n~
w. This is a beauty. f
te in and see us. We carr d~ ine of
;and Hardware ofthe better -dwill treat youi
oens Hdw. & GrorCo.
T.R. ALLEN, Mar-ager.
IET0 JOB.
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