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The PickOas Seilte
LOCAL BREITIES
Some Thing ou Know and Some
You Doni Know About Our
Towns, County & People
Mr. Hagood Bruce is on a
visit to Charleston.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Hester on the 12th inst a daugh
ter.
Mr. L. C. Thornley made a
business trip to Spartanburg
Tuesday.
Messrs M. C. Smith and J. F.
,Harris made a business trip to
Greenville Tuesday.
Miss Norma Griffin came up
from Cateechee to spend Sun
day with her parents.
Miss Marie Folger who is
teaching in Laurens County
spent Sunday in town.
Miss Nellie Grandy who is
teaching the Mt. Carmel School
spent Saturday at home.
Married by Rev. E. L. Thom
ason Mr. Daniel Bryant of An
derson County to Miss Maggie
Nelson of this county.
Married February 8 by Judge
J. B. Newberry at - his office,
Miss Cleo Harper and Mr. George
Kelley, all of this county.
Mrs. Anra E. Ramseur has
been appointed postmaster at
at Central. The office got on
the presidential list Jan. 1.
Married on the 9th inst. at the
residence of Judge J. B. New
bery and by him Miss Gena
Ariail and Mr. W. B. Hester.
Cotton rolled in town the first
two or three days of this week
like early fall. Ten and ten
and half cents make the farmers
turn it loose.
Mr. L. M. Ridon was in town
Monday and reports the Oolenoy
section in statu quo. While
here he shoved his subscription
up a year ahead.
Mr. Ground Hog has proven
to be right in his prograstica
tions so far. It is to be hoped
that this weather will prove to
be good for the fruit and crops.
Picken is soon to have paved
side walks. Steps has been
taken and before many moie
moons we will be stepping on
pavements sure enough. Let
the good work go on.
Edgar, the five-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cochran
died on the 9th inst. of pneu
monia. His body was laid to
rest in the cemetery at Bethle
hem the day following. These
parents have the tender spmpa
thy of many friends.
Supervisor Craig hias a force
of hands at work digging arnd
plowing down the hill this side
the Mauldin bridge on Wolf
Creek, south of town. The
dirt is being hauled with dump
scrapes to make a fill on each
side of the bridge. This piece
of work has been long needed.
The residence occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. Brissey on the farm of
Mr. R. T. Hallumn near Liberty,
was destroyed by fire on the
9th'inst. IThe occupants were
away at the time and lost every
thing. There was no insurance
and the loss of the buildin~g and
household furnishings amount
ing to several hundred dollars.
Hughes Bros. have begun the
operation of their corn mill in
town. Last Monday they
ground thirty bushels of corn
and those who patronized .themn
were well pleased. They inform
the public through The Sentinel
this week about their new mill
and ask for an opportunity to
prove that they can make as
good meal ' as' anyone. Give
them a trial.
News reached us Tuesday
that Mr. S. P. Brazeale sustain
ed a serious loss by fire Monday
night. He lost his barn, a good
mule. a cow 50 or t30 bushels of
corn, fodder, shucks, meal and
hulls and other things. T wo
other cows were severely burn
ed. It is not known how the
fire originated, but the loss is
very heavy. Mr. Brazeale lives
about five miles northwest of
here.
Miss Lena Miller, the young
est daughter of Hon. and Mrs.
J. H. Miller, died at the home of
her father on the 7th inst. The
funeral services were conducted
. W. C. Seaborn and the~
ent took place in the
ry at Cedar Rock church
oh she was a member the
4 lowing her death. Mr.
s. Miller have the sincere
~Txf 7~~i'
The residence of Hon. J. E.
Boggs came near being distro
ed by fired last Thursday morn
ing. An alarm of fire was sound
ed about four o'clock and it was
soon learned that it was hi
residence. The famil': had re
tired and left a wood tire burn
ing, and during the night one
stick of wo->d rolled out and st
the floor afire. Whin help
reached theni it was making
headway betn$ygen the oub1l
floor and the ceiling.It was extin
guished without any ;;reat damv
age.
Court will conven t-re onth
26th inst. with Judge Meminer
presiding. This will be Ju id
Meiinger's first appearance at
Pickens in his judicial capacity.
A heavy docket awaits him.
There are several criminal cases,
among them one on a charge of
murder, one for assault with
intent to murder and several of
minor limportance. The civil
docket is also heavy. There are
twenty-five cases docketed for
jury trial. It is quite likely that
court will run far into the sc
ond week at this time.
The teachers of the schools in
the county met in the School
Auditorium here last Saturday
and re-oganized their Teacher's
Association by electing Supt. R.
T. Hallum, prcsident and Prof.
J. W. Balentine, secretary. In
struction talks were made by
these two. Prof. W. S. Morri
son, of Clemson College, deliver
ed a fine address. He is well
known in this county and is one
of the leading educators of the
state. The occasion was profit
able and entertaining and was
thoroughly enjoyed by those
present.
A wink is -s good as a nod to
a blind horse. When a repro
sentative of The Sentinel a-i
peared before the county board
of commissioners at their last
meeting to see if there was any
prospects of getting some much
needed work done on the court
house grounds they began to
talk of some man who had just
been before them exhibiting
views of beautiful lawns, walks,
flowers, shrubbery. etc. And
then they smiled, and looked at
each other out of the north cor
ner of their eves and got buisy
at something else. All of which
means, by interpretation, that
something is going to be done.
Notice.
We have just gotten in a car
of Tennesee mules and horses.1
Our prices are right and we can
save you money. See us before
you buy. Will sell for cash or
good papers. Come and look
the stock over and see for your
self.
Gaines & Gassaway's Mdse Co.
Central, S. C.
A Card Of Thanks.
Please allow us space to ex
tend our thanks to our friends;
for their kindness in the sick
ness and death of our darling
baby, Julius, and to Dr. Shirley
for his kind attention.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Gilstrap.
Card of Thanks.
I wish to express my gratitude
to the good friends who saved
us and our property from the
fire fiend on the morning of the
th inst.
Cordially,
Julius E. Boggs.
S I have recently added
Wood Shop a~
G enuine I
9 Corn
S NOT A STEEL BURR
and am prepared to do y
Ilass manner, and can g
vou ever stuck a tooth i:
Sblacksmith i r w(odw~or
trading in torn, letnme
treatyuri.h. Y
Pickeni
Easley Route 1.
- imer all made gocd use
of tI!. tiw past week and have
about finished planting oats. I
thin1k the ones just coming up
<luring the recent cold spap will
iot 1e a good stand.
Seems like the low price of cot
t')in did not affect our comi
munity very mur, as several
new houses are being built and
old ones remodeled.
The Lenhardt school is the
best in its history, under the
managenent of Miss Ainie
F1r;in.
Mrs Uno Jameson1 ha3n b{en
i fr the past w 1k S i 1 is r
orted leUtter at this writing.
If the od saVil proves true
iire will be a Itne crop this year
for we have had enough snow
anu coid weather to make the
rround in good condition to
orlg.
Mr. Andrew Williams was
through this section talking of
formring a boys' corn club for
Pickens county.
Gentlemen of the Jury
Th; following is a list of the
2Mrand and petit jurors drawn to
serve at the approaching term
f court:
GRAND.JURY
J. F. Harris J. P. Fendley
S. F. Keith A. M. Mauldin
J W. Thomas 0. P. Fields
T. MD. Bruce J. N. Morgan
J. J. McCombs J. P. Smith
A. J. Welborn W D Sutherland
W. H. ChastainAnthony Baker
W. A. Boggs Elias Day
S. 0. Skelton J. R. Lathem
PETIT .JURORS
A. R. Hamilton L. T. Wimpey
W. M. LaBoon B.H.Whitrnire
G. V. Corbin G. C. Bolding
B. A. Foster G. R. Williams
Wm. Ellis I. N. Miller
A. A. Jones T. N. Hunter
a. W. Latheni E. W. Looper
V. A. FergusonJoseph Stansell
T. H. Smith A.S.Jameson
J.W. HendricksW. A. Barr
I' H. Mc WhorterJ.A.Hunnicutt
l..N.McJunkin B.F.Alexander
) M.McKinney E. D. Chastain
. E. Hamilton E. R. Porter
. 0. i ghey R. N. McCollum
If. A. Mullinix T. J. Keith
If. D. Simmons J. E. Hinton
. C. Baker Jasper Oates
BUSINESS LOCALS.
-For laud anyw'here inPik
?ns county see or write J. '
shmore, "The Land Man."
LOST,STRAYED ORSTOLEN
-Hound Bitch. Black on body,
with yellow spots over each eye.
i months old. Answers to name
>f'Kate." Reward for infor
nation or return.
Jesse Pace.
IPickens Mill
FOR RENT-One five room
ouse, out buildings. orchard etc
md two acres of' 1.md with it in
the edge of town. Convenient
o church and school. Apply to
Craig Bros.
Fon SALE.-I offer for sale the
1use and lots known as the A.
B. Cam-erodT property, in the
own of Pickens, and ini a good
ocait y. Reasonable terms can
e had. T. J. MAULDIN.
dec4-3t
For Sale-Eggs from the pure
md best strain of White Or
nnon chickens. Prize winners
t the Pickens Poultry show,
911. Price, .83 and 85 setting.
B. Lewis,
Pickens, S. C.
FOR Terra Cotta see Jno. A.
o~nson. Easley, or Dr. L. F.
obnson, Pickens, S. C.
FOR SALE, or will exchange,
!or mill stocks 4 beautiful resi
lenceots, in the city of Easley.
D. T. Golightley,
Easley, S. C.
to m Blacksmith and
MILL, AS REPORTED1
our grinding in a first
ive you as aood meat asa
. While having vour
done, or doing your
grind for you. I Will
T00 LITTLE MONEY
Wi not buy a Dependable Piano.
_00A11 Moey
. t ete:s:r. C-r. rwc Crt.
D 011 1 I. WILLIAMS PIH 0"
Strihes a hpy medium in Price--and insures the
maximum ntrinsic value.
T.hi Piano is built according to strict specifica
tion in one of ewV York's most modern Piano Fac
tories. and contains every feature possible in a sci
Sentificdlv built instrument.
Th e One Artistic Piano
in which you do not pay for name.
Guaranteed for a life time. Sold Direct From Fac
tory only by
, John H. Williams
---THE PIANO MAN,
Plione 682, GREENVILLE, S. C.
Victor Talking Machines and Supplies.
A gft
goh 1912.V
M M
94 W
WE WELCOME YOU.
And to show the people of Pickens county that we 7
)( are proud of the buisness they have given us for the past M
- year we'are'going to offer for
The First 60 Days of 1912
A ONE OF THE
A EVER OFFERED TO THE TRADE .
LISTEN!With every CASH DOLLAR you A
A L S E . spend with us during the first A
60 days of this year we wilJ give you a chance at one of
~the best
STEEL -:- RANGES .........
A ~on the market.A
When we say Cash we mean that you have the goods
and we have the dollar. We have one of the best ines
of goods to select from, such as.
Groceries, Flour, Choicest Meats, Bran, N
Shorts, Cotton Seed Meal and jHulls, E
SOats, Corn, Sugar, Coffee anid all A
Akinds of Canneai Goods.
Our stock of goods isalwaysleomplete and Prices Right.A
AWe have one of the best lines of Hardware to selectA
Sfrom to be found anywhere. flames, Collars, CollarA
A. Pads, Back Bands, Traces, Harness, Bridles, Plows, PlowA
Stocks, (single and double stocks.) DON'T FAIL toiseeA
A us about one of our One and Two Horse Perfection
Stocks. There is no stock to equal it. Try one.A
A MA
A One and Two Horse, the best that money can buy.A
Ask any owner.A
Sewig Machines, Cooking Stoves, Ranges, Mill Supplies,A
SBuilders' Supplies, Lubricating Oils, Roofing (both Gal
vanized and Rubber.) The best Rubber Roofing on
the market for $1.45 per square.A
DON'T FORGET YOUR COUPONS !-For $1.00 A
worth of coupons may get this beautiful $27.50~ Range M
AFre.
A Rember~ the Place.A
Pickens dw Grocery Co.
A T. R. ALLEN, Manager. A
ANNOUINCEMENT.
WXe are new in the Mercantile business but are here to
:erit your patronage, and we will do so if fair dealing, good
goods and right prices count for anything. We carry a full
D)ry Goods, Notions. Hats, Shoes and Groceries,
And will make yo prices to suit 9 cent cotton.
We pay highest cash price for all kinds or
)roduce.
Make us a vist and be convincedi that we will treat you
right. Yours for business
Y1r i' ~ 1 ial A UJ ne~noi
ICL E A
6
We have just finished taking
I culled out some lots of Depen
sold as they should. We wil
Iover, but, right in the middle
Men's Suits and. Exti
Ladies' Shoes, Ladie
and Coat Suts for
selling price.
Big Lot Crossett Shoes
One lotI Assorted Leathers,
former price 3.50. now.. - $185
Big lot Bay State and Won- Q
in-a-Walk Shoes, $3.50 val., at, $19
* One lot Assorted Leathers, $315
same brand, $4 val., now
One lot Men's Shoes that $298
sold for $4.50, now _--- ..
One lot!Men's Shoes, $2.25 $
to $3 values, for --- _ _..
One lot Men's 25,50,75,150
!Hats this Sale_
.Men'S and Boys' Suits
One kt Men's suits veiue ist to
go)for -----...-.-------- -------
Oelot of Men's Suits, that sold fr 80
One go:it e'sClothing, 6.00fo
O8ot en's Hleavy suits, 1-a 4.0
* Any Youth's Lor Pants Suit in the
I house at'Actual Cost.
Oelot ken's Pa! S. ', E --.." 150
* values, for.....
I ne t Men's Pants, 1 .0 to 2 5 9
ene Itt Muiis Pa~ ts, sold for :.' 135
I going at---.--. ------------ -I- - -
I HethBrucek
I Leader's in
SThe E'xtrernely to
that we are scling our Ent
money in the purchaser's p<
to get iid of some dead sto:
AT AMD BELOW TH
To the CountryM
You had better load your st
the goods, at the right pric<
~can shoot our goods to you
can buy elsewhere. We h;
paper knives, 1 20-gallon sel
* We can fit you In She
i fact we still have most anyt
peas, chickens, butter, egge
g Yours to SA3
IJ. E. Parsons
Advertisers are Most Eam
to Have the Cbpy for thei
our Annual Inventory, and have
dable Merchandise that have not
I not wait until the season. is
if the season, we are offering .
'a Pants, Men's and
s and Misses' Coats t
rne-hall their former
Ladies Coat Suits
5 Suits, sold for $22.50
thsS ------- *-- $13.50
4 Suits,% sold for $25.00
this Sale-------------$1.
8 Suits, sold for $20.00
now --------------. *
7 Suits, valued at $15.0 2
to go in this Sale for.---.. e
One lot $12.50 grade to$745
One lot valued at $8.50 $
to go for ---------.... ..
Queen Quality Shoes
Trhe iini that soi for 3.0 to go~
for .-_-- ..--- -- ...-----...----.
One lot ame brand, formerly 3 .0 2.75
n~ow...--.--..- .......------- ----- -
One let Boston Favorite Ladats' 19
One l:ot R:u:hor:r Girl and Auto- 5
ay-i;h Sho: s. value 2.50, for.-..
Oelot Soutlai dI Bslls. value 1.50.8
1otPink and TnChambry, 8 1-3 at 5c
1otPercal, Striped and Checked Ginig
ham vlue10121-2c..__-__-_..7 i-2c
1otPereals, Ginghams, 12-15~c..... -9Sc
Blanet ad CofortSteck to go at Cost
1 lot Black Crow Hose 25c val.,...._15e~c
Low Prices. ,
w Prices
re Stock of Goods at certaiuily means
cket. We are not running a special sale
zk, but you can buy anthing in our store3
E ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST3
erchants
>ck-gun with our ammunition, for we have
, and can save you money. We know YOn
customers with a better profit than you 3
ave a full line of fixtures, show cases, scales '
[f-measurmng oil tanks, etc., etc.
s, Hats, Overcoats, Suits and inm
iing you are looking for. Bring us your
,etc.
E you MONEY,
J. R. Ashmore
estly Requested and Urge
r Ads. in our Office n

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