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Pickens Sentine
LOCAL BREVITIES
Some Thin "on Know and Some
You Dont Know About Our
Towns, County & People
Rev. J. E. Crim of Liberty
was in the city Friday.
Whoever says Pickens is not
a good town is a - sleep.
Rev. W. M. Walker of Six
Mile, was in the city Monday.
Miss Viola Moore left last
Monday for Atlanta to resume
her studies.
. If you don't believe Pickens
is a good town just try it awhile
and be convinced.
Mr. A. D. Mann, a prominent
citizen and business man of Six
Mile was here Monday.
Married on the 12th inst. Miss
Minnie Duncan and Mr. Calvin
A. Bagwell by Judge J. B. New
bery.
Mr. W. D. Sutherland of the
Dacusville section was among
the business visitors here Fri
day.
Mr. John A. Hughes who
recently moved from Easley to
Willianson was in the city last
Friday.
Mr. P. C. Robertson one of
the most progressive farmers of
Praters section was in the city
Friday.
Married on the 14th inst. Miss
Avy Brazeale and H. P. Han
na, Judge Newbery performiL'g
the ceremony.
Mr. A. K. Edens, one of the
landniarks of Pickens county
of the Oolenoy section, was in
the city last week on business.
No one ever beheld a more
beautiful sight than the snow
capped mountains last Thurs
day. The scene was perfectly
grand,
All who have not received
their certificate of stock in this
newspaper cau get the same by
calling on Mr. M. C. Smith at
the Keowee Bank.
Have you noticed what a high
head Mr. T. H. Stewart carries
and how proud he looks? Its be
cause the stork left him a
bounc'ng baby boy on the 20th.
Mr. T. W. Cochran who lived
about four miles south of here
recently sold bis farm to Mr. W.
O'Dell. He left soon after for
Georgia where he will i i future
reside.
Next Monday court will con
vene with Judge R. W. Mem
inger presiding. Be on hand
promptly at 10 o'clock a. mn.
gentlemen of the jury and wit
nesses.
The rural telephone service is
increasing. A new wire is be
ins strung on the poles from
here to Pumpkintown to give
service to more people.
The Valentine enter t ainment
given by the Aid Society of the
Baptist church ini Freeman s
halt last week was a delightfml
affair and quite a nice sum was
realized.
Mr. W. M. Aligood, who is in
the service of the Southern lmiI
road as det, clive with lami
quarters at Greenisboro, N. C..
was oin a visit to relatives and
friends here la.t Saturday anld
Suniday.
\Who wil! get the berautifli
stet I range offer. as a prenn an
by the Picken~s lI ard ware and
Grocery Comipany? The contest
c~l first (f March and
some one will be awarden. this
beautiful and useful article.
Save your coupons for you
may be the lucky one.
Tire little five-year-sonl of Mr.
Dock Garrett of Six Mile got
hold of a bottle wvith some pow
der in it last Fiday and in some
wa.y put fire to it when~ it ex
ploded and he was sverdyV
burned and injured. It was
thought for awhile that his
sight had bseen destroyed but at
last accounts he was recove
ing.
We call attenltionl to testimfo
nials of various farmes about
the fertilizers made by the An
derson Phosphate and Oil Com
pany which a~ppear on the
third page of the Sentinel this
week. Mr. W. B. Freeman ot
this place is the representative
for this Comlpany and wvill be
pleased to supply the farmers of
-county with this fertilzer.
telephone message from
houn last Monday brought
news to Coroner Medlin that
\Ji. e Butler, colored, was burn
ed to death in her home early
ht morning. She and her
early but the 1o :
before help l there. i-. not
known -:h -he: it wa e i-'
al or not.
Everybou wI-yn m
and who have im tim b'rk
by the beetle can hl 1 :0a
ly in destroying ths pest by
cutting all these 'I'v,
people who have wxxood in i
can help the faricr b- l n
in a year's supplv 1e tween u
and the first o1. (ore ve
ment experts advis an
cutting the timber after March
nrst. So buy your wvo n i w
as it may be searce in t1 sum1
mer.
Mr. G. E. Mull died at Is
home at the Easley mill on the
15th inst. of a compli0aon (
diseases. He had Leen -ic r
quite awhile and his dath was
not unexipected. 'He lea!vs
wic.ow and i)Ine grown scn.
Messrs. A. E,. all W( dker I M.
of this place : r i of hiS s;ns
At the time of his death he was
61 years old and a M.emer oh
Cedar 'Rock Ra'tist church.
His remains were interr'd a
Enon the day hiling his
death.
A scene was v\iiin U Iln
streets last we4k whic'h was
unusual that it attratea consid
erable attention and comment'.
Sheriff Roark irc-e1 onwt )f
the Court :on- door %vii a
olr two of Ooo02 and p red
out on mailn sir-'.:t. ilre v
no nutter for it to flow in Kit. n
soon went out of sOi in e
bosom of hir ecarth. \
sax this wa" sununsual.:nd iw
fro i hlls bten man . , iMns
since COsuch a sign, wt wsitnes-.ei
on the streets of this juii" i
town. All of which gos to
prove Pickens is a good tow.
Mr. Bavlis E. Gss t: oeo
coUlty die~d at his no2i ilmoit
six miles northoast fEse
last Sund~1ay after a i' t dv
illness of pnenm ia..di
57th year and is survived by hi
xife and fonr eniti(lrn.--'
Gossett was a oo~d nmni, highly
esteemed by all who knew him
and had many friends. He was
a consistant member of Ant i oh
Methodist church frm ui h. ich
his funeral was5 held hl:a.s n
day any his body laid to rest in
the church cemetery.
Notice of Town Election.
Notice i, hereby give:: hat
an election for wvarden fo~r !
Town of Pickens wvil bV held
March 6,. 1912 to fill the un~ ex
pired term of G. P' . 11endiOricks
resigned. ..,ianagersu~: .T
Grifhn, D. B3. 'inney and~ J. L2.
Thornley".
"OrPersonM
IWe have been i'n h
for some ti. Li d '' ?
build up tradel b -*
patronIs right.
So whenr.
found the ecz.ema.' re.. ' - -
stand back of it --
iron clad gu'arant *. c
you can depen i n
advice not in od
of medicine to nI
cas we know
b usiness if we ' he p.
WV~e keep tTin t~ :sto -
nown skin reme -'~
this: .lf v70
ind dr skin t-r!2 -
rash or tetter, w. w' a t
ize bottle of {* . - ) I
And, if it does ner d -
trdn in i
treat yo 4 - -
~ I,.:..
. S. STEWART, Easley, S. C.
Will be a candidate for Clerk
of Ceurt Pickens county this
suir.r Mr. Stewart is not a
stamger by any means, having
b ed in this county, and
has :cral years' experience ini
usine with Pickens county
ieope-fifteen years with one
fim. He states that he an
:nonICed his candidlacy only aft
r' caresu cf)nsideration. and aft
eri bingk urged to do so by his
frientds.
The campaizn next summer
promiscs to be interesting for
several of the county offices.
BUSINESS LOCALS.
-Ior i-ail(1 anywhere in Pick
Co.a1tV see or wiite J. R
AshmourT. "The Land Man."
L T.sTRAYED ORSTOLEN
-.i'mm1ud Iitch. Black on body,
wit II veliow spots over each eye.
moiwnths old. Answers to name
of Kate." Reward for infor
mtation or return.
Jesse Pace,
.hickenis Mill
FOR RENT-One five room
hoe, out buildings, orchaid etc
aiu two acies of land with it in
thu ed;.& of town. Convenient
to church and school. Apply to
Craig Bros.
Fo >.m.-I offer for sale the
nonie and~ lots knowvn as the A.
B. (Cameron property, in the
ow&n of Pickens, and in a good
1.cal iRasonable terms can
.o ha'i. T. J. 3ALDuIN.
dl('14-3). h
FKr :Sele --Eggs from hepur'e
md~ best sdrain of White Or
ji iton 'hickenls. Prize wilnners
athe Pickens Poultry show,
. Prce .: arnd 85 setting.
B. Lewis,
Pickens. S. C.
'U:fTr'r ot a see j no. A.
-oj n Ea.slev, or 1)'. L. F.
h bnson, Pickenis, S. C.
Fu)R SA LE, or will exchange,
or mli stocks3 4 h, :utifiul resi
lenoe lots. in tih. city of Easley.
D). T. Glolightley,
Easlev, S. C.
Do .von n ed a first class brand
new typewriter for 850.00 on
The brst terms ever offered? If
o, 0e the proposition~ offerred
by F. E. COX.
flDRUG COMPANY
- - - - -
''- e'rim ii it a fi 1
d fo you I Wil
saw;2~ w ~aio Wait
3 TOO LLLAILE MONEY
Will not buy a Dependable Piano.
T00 Mlh Molley
D: I tv Cuarantee One.
THE ull H. WILLIAMS PIANO"
Stikes a happy medium in Price-and insures the.
na:-mum intrinsic value.
This Piano is built according to strict specifica
tions in one of New York's most modern Piano Fac
tories, and contains every feature possible in a sci
Mentificallv built instrument.
The One Artistic Piano
in which you do not pay for name.
Guaranteed !or a life time. Sold Direct From Fac
tory only by
' John H. Williams
----THE PIANO MAN,
Phone 682, GREENVILLE, S. C.
Victor Talking Machines and Supplies.
h 1912.1
YOU
WE WELCOME YOU.
And to show the people of Pickens county that we
n are proud of the buisness they have given us for the past M
M year we are-going to offer for
The First 60 Days of 1912
ONEOF THE
Best Premiums'
u EVER OFFERED TO THE.TRADE.n
60 LISTEN! With every CASH DOLLAR you M
M 1A 1 .spend with us during the first )(
n 0days of this year we will give you a chance at one of M
g .....STEFEL -:- RANGES ........
on the market.
When we say Cash we mean that you have the goods
and we have the dollar. We have one of the best lines
of goods to select from, such as.
4 Groceries, Flour, Choicest Meats, Bran, M
E Shorts, Cotton Seed Meal and Hulls, j
"M Oats, Corn, Sugar, Coffee an~d all g
M kinds of Canned Goods.
SOur stock of goods islalwaysgcomplete and Prices Right. n~
M We have one of the best lines of Hardware to select
M from to be found anywhere. Hames, Collars, Collar
M Pads, Back Bands, Traces, Harness, Bridles, Plows, Plow
n( Stocks, (single and double stocks.) DON'T FAIL to'see
nus about one of our One and Twol.Horse Perfection
n Stocks. There is no stock to equal it. Try one.
On Ge and Two H~orse. bie best that money can l. y. -
~Sewing Machines, CookngLStves, Rar.ges, Mill S'.iles, r
,Bu ikiers' Supplies, Lubricating Oils, Roofing (both Gal
vanized and Rubber.) The best Rubber Roofing on
temarket for 3i.45 per square.
I DON'T FORGET YOUR COUPONS !- For $1.00 m
worth of coupons may get this beautifal $27.50 Range M
Rember the Place.
SPickens Hdw. & Grocery Co.
T. R. A LLEN, Manager.
I-ANNOUiNCEME NT.
Weare nlew in the Mercantile business but arc here tc
merit your patronage, and weC will (10 so if fair dealing, gooi
goods and right prices count for anything. W~e carry afu
line of
Dry Goods, Notionls, Hats, Shoes anld Groceries,
And will make you prices to suit 9 cent cotton.
WVe pay highest cash price for all kinds o
produce.
Make us a visit and be convinced that we will treat yot
right.Yours for business
Yonbloodl & BreZeale.
____ DISP LY F E FI EST
Tailor de Clothing
Monday and Tues day Feb. 26=27
Isaac Hamberger & Sous will have their catter av d fitter here on the abo'
date, with a full line of sam p!es. This firm is too well known for us to attempt to ad;
totheir enviable reputation of producing the smartest things in clothing.You wijldo wet
to drop in and look at the line, whether you contemplate buying or not. It will post you
p as to what the correct thing in Spring Suits will be.
Remember the date-Feb, 26=27
Plow I me Is Here'
and the progressive farmer well knows that he cannot obtain the best results from his
lands without a thorough preparation of the soil. We are better prepared than usual to
furnish you with the proper imolen nts for this cultivation. The highest line of Farm
Implements carried in any retail store in the State, and note they are all of standard
make and the very best of their kind to be had-Chattanooga Reversible Disc Plows,
The Genuine South Bend Oliver Chilled Turn Plows-look for the trade mark, "'The
Man and the Plow." the Cole Cotton and Corn Planters and Fertilizer Distributors-you
all know what the word "Cole" means on a cotton or corn planter. We were unable to
supply the demand for these planters last season, so be in time and get one now.'
Fertilizers
We will have our usual brands of Fertilizers and the price will be in keeping with the
quality of the materials of which they are made.
Our stock is complete in every line and we are anxious to supply you. Whether
you want cash or time, you get a square deal here.
Heath- ruce- orrow Co
If you really want a sack of Good Flour, try Coppy Whright
Advertisers are Most Earnestly Requested and Urge
to Have the Copy for their Ads. in our Office not
later than Monday, to Insure Publication in next Issue
IParson _______ 17
The Extremely Low Prices
that we are selling our Entire Stock of Goods at certainly means
monev in the purchaser's pocket. We are not running a special sale
* ~to Ve d of some dead stock, but you can buy anthing in our store~
AT AN:D BELOW THE ACTUAL WHOLESALE COST
* To the Country Merchantsg
I ~ You had better load your stock-gun with our ammunition, for we have*
g the goods, at the right price, and can save you money. We know you
can shoot our goods to your customers with a better profit than you
can buy elsewhere. W'e have a full line of fixtures, show cases, scales5
paper knives, 120-gallon self-measuring 3il tanks, etc., etc.
* We can fit you in Shoes, Hats, Overcoats, Suits and injm
~fact we still have most anything you are looking for. Bring us -your
peas, chickens, butter, eggs, etc.
* Yours to SAVE you MONEY,
HITS T HE SPOT EVERY TINE7
714e explantioni's sinpke;Iheyure -
made rII the traest ctare und
eveiying'de has to pass the
lest of our owni Iaboratories ;
theresno7/itormniss"aboutIIoyster.
Fert~iers.
Sold 3By Reliable 'Dealers EveywhereI
F.8.ROYSTER GUANO CO.
.ales OfficesK
Norfolk Va. Tarboro NC. Colamnbra S.C.
BalimreMd. MontgomieryAla.Sprabr
Daltrnor Icon aa. Comba 6a.
TIMES ARE DULL, EH? THE WHY DO YOU NO
ADVERTIE THAT'S W ANNAMAKER'S IDEA

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