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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-current, September 26, 1912, Image 4

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Local and
Noii wa2 a damp bad day.
The'Sentinel has had electric
lights installed in its office.
We regret to learn that Mrs,
C. E. Robinson is quite ill again.
Mrs. G. R. Hendricks is re
ported to be quite ill in Atlanta,
Ga.
t
Mrs. J. T. Richey is at home
again after visiting friends in
Liberty.
t
Miss Ferdie Legare has return- 3
ome after a pleasant trip
to Char
t.
Miss Edna Hester who has
been visiting -her brother in
Westminster is at home again.
Mrs. Anama Folger, of Cen
tral, was in Pickens last Satur
day attending to business af-1
fairs.
Miss Era Sheriff who has
been visiting Mrs. M. C. Smith
has returned to her home in 1
Branchville.
Quite a number of the young
people enjoyed the infor.nal
dance given by Mrs. B. A. Ha
goe last week.
Misses Edna Earl, Ruby Baker
and Mattie Griffin have left to
attend the Industrial College in
Asheville, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bass and
ildenofPelzer, S. C. were
~jno'Mr. and Mrs. W.
last week. -
Mr. Geo. S. Legare and fami- 1
ly feel honored at having Mr.
Legare's mo.ther visiting them
at their summer home here.
Mr. Burns, who attended
court this week, gave the pupils
of The Baptist Sunday schoolc
an interesting talk last Sund:.y.;
The town authorities areF
having some good and much
needed work done on the streets
of Pickens. The paying of the':
business section of the town has
helped wonderfully and the
work now being done on the
side streets is nbt only helping
* the looks of the town but is
making better walks..
Gran<
AUT UY
Frida)
* See our Specli
THE MII
MISS
Rooms i
Personalj
Mr. Frank Moffett who has
een visiting Rev. C. A. Waters
as returned to his home in
anning, S. C.
Mrs. J. P. Carey and little
aughter, Bernice. are at home
gain after a pleasant trip to
oodbury, Ga.
Johnson Crenshaw, who has
een working on the Pickens
rain, is now working with the
ickens oil mill.
Rev. Mr. Corder of Williams
on, has been elected pastor of
non Baptist church. He is
so pastor at Griffin church.
We undei-stand that Mr. Ed
hanklin, mayor of Easley, in
ends to close up the social club
ecently organized at that place.
Roy Nealey has accepted a
osition with the Pickens Rail
-ad and is now making the
ailv trips to Easley and return.
Mr. Zade Cox, of Washing
n, D. C., was called to Pick
ns Sunday on account of the
lness of hister, Mrs. C. E. Rob
nson.
Miss hene Hendricks has re
urned home after a very pleas
nt visit to relatives and friends
It Salem and Walhalla, Oconee
,ounty.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Jennings,
rho have been visiting friends
d relatives in Pickens, have
eturned to their home in Har
leeville, S. C.
Mister Jack Power, well
nown here, has been appointed
y Governor Blease as one of
he commissioners of election
or Greenville county.
Among those who attended
'ields' minstrels in Greenville
saturday night were Guy Mc
'all, Edwin Earle, Vernon
hristo pher, Whitsitt Hiott.
Last Friday afternoon the
aughters met with Mrs. J. WV,
Rallentine. After the regular
usiness had been suspended a
social hour was great ly enjoyed.
Delicious ice cream and cake
was served. Mrs. Ballentine is
, charming h'ostess and those
who enter her home are always
elihted with her splendid hos
~itality.
i Fall Di
N MILl
-and Sal
tember 27 and 2
I Line of Tai
3.OO to 8.OO
LLJNER
SALLIE LEWIS IN CHAI
Miss Ora Mc.. a. the accom
lished daugh.tet of Mrs. W. T.
WcFall, is sp ending a few days
n Greenville as the guest of
Dr. and Mrs- L. 0. Mauldin.
I
We wish. we could give I he
1ames of all the visitors to
Pickens this week, but there
were so many it is an impossi
bility. You were all welcome.
Mr. W. W. Jones, one of the
good and sociable farmers of the
Pumpkintown' section of this
county, made The Sentinel a
pleasant call while he was in
Pickens Tuesday.
Mr. E. C. Fulgum has return
ed to his duties as traveling
salesman, after spending his
vacation in the good town .of
Pii'e.s- His wife and small
daughter will remain here for
sometime.
Among those who went to
Greenville last Thursday night
to see Mutt and Jeff were R. E.
Bruce, J. T. Richey, Guy Mc
Fall, Jno. L. Thornley, R. R.
Roark, Jim Carey, E. C. Ful
ghum, Lewis Stoles.
Mr. W. M. Stansell and fami
ly who have been living on
Pickens route 1, moved to Pick
ens last week and are occupying
the Jule Parsons house. Mr.
and Mrs. Stansell will keep a
limited number of boarders.
Mr. B. F. Farmer, a good and
substantial farmer of the Cross
Roads section of the county,
was at the county seat on busi
ness Saturday. Although he
lives about six miles from here
he says he could very plainly
see the light made by the burn
ing house in Pickens last Sun
day .just before daylight.
On Monday night we had the
first number of the lyceum
course which we are to have
this winter. In spite of the
rainy night a good crowd at
tended, The program was un
usually interesting and if all of
the numbers are to be as good
as this one, and we have proof
that they are, every one will do
well to attend.
Mr. Chas. Hesi.er is attending
Draughon's business college in
Greenville. WTe are sure that he
could not have chosen a better
way to prepare imself for the
bsiness life he expects to enter,
nor could he have chosen a bet
ter school inl which to prepare
himself. We have no doubt
that Charles will make a great
success with his work.
splay
INERY
:rday
red Hats for
Y SHOP
&Co.
IC
Mr. Willie Boweii after spend
ing the summer With his grand
parents, Mr. aid Mrs. W. T,
Bowen, has returned to his
home in Mt. Pleasant. Mr.
Bowen expects to attend the
Carlvsle Fitting School in Bam
berg this winter.
Miss Sallie Lewis, an accom
plished and competent milliner,
has arrived in Pickens and open
ed The Millinery Shop for the
coming season. The Shop is
located in Folger, Thornley &
Company's store. She has on
display the yery latest styles in
ladies hats. See announcement
of opening wnich will .be Fri
day and Saturday.
Rev. W. A. Christopher and
family of Duncan, spent sever
ai days this week in Pickens
with his pareiits, Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. Christopher. Mr. Chris
topher moyed to Spartanburg
county sometime ago to get the
benefit of a mineral spring there
and his many friends in this
county and elsewhere rejoice to
know that he is stronger now
than for several years. . He has
resigned his pastorate at Enon
church to take work nearer his
home. Mr. Christopher bap
tized seventeen recent converts
at Enon Saturday.
Farm Demonstrator.
Mr. Thomas A. Bowen, of
Pickens, sent out by Clemson
college as farm demonstrator, is
ready and anxious to serve the
people of the county. In case
of sickness among the cattle,
hogs, etc., he will be glad tc
answer your call, if you need
his help. If the sickness is of
such nature as requires more
skilled service than he can rend.
er he will call for help from the
college. All his services are free
to you. Address him at Pick
ens, S, C.
Three Sick in One Family.
Mr. Furman Looper and wife
and baby boy, who live at the
J. B.*Finley place in the Cross
Roads section, are all down with
typhoid fever. The .child has
been sick for six or seven weeks
and for awhile was not expected
to live, but is improving rapidly
now. Mr. and Mrs. Loopel
haye been sick about two weeks
and we hear they are not im
proving very fast. We trust
they will all three soon be en
tirely well.
Barn Burned.
A barn belonging to Mr. John
Julian, who lives near Cross
Roads church, was destroyed by
fire about five o'clock Saturday
morning. It is not known how~
the blaze originated. Mr. Juliar
succeeded in saving all his stock
but lost a large amount of feed
stuffs. He had just put up a
large quantity of fine pea vine
hay the day before and it was
all destroyed.
Subscribe for the Sent inel
9 At Pickens Drug 4
A. K. Hawkes Co's. exp
Sand fit glasses. He wil
up-to-date service and re
)in their Atlanta establi:
given this hrm a national
Brinig
Ulhickei
Eggos a~
out of d
live hap
FalA
Now ready for youri
Suits and Coats, Men's at
be found in upper South'
exceptionally good values
MILL
Friday a
Tfhe ladies are especi
the prettiest lines of patte
lleath*
MMMMMMMMMMMMiMM)
Uncle Ezra Says:
"It don't take more'n a gill uv
effort to git folks into a peck of
trouble" and a little neglect of
constipation, biliousness, indi
gestion or other liver derange- R
ment will do the same. If ail- and kr
ing, take E&r. King's New Life ..
Pills for quick results. Easy, possib:
safe, sure, and only 25c at al
druggists.
Capt. J. W. Rosamond Dead. And
Capt. J. W. Rosemond, one Nov
.of the most prominent men in th e
.the Brushy Creek section of tf~
Anderson county, died last Sat- tfr
urday morning. He was 86 get off
years old and had been in poor for yet
health for some time. to sale
weal:: E~yes that w
~atofis'cuwth~out piinfoneay Nsingle
oer rmey o pr u elig ep h turned
Guaraniteed or money refunded. Druggists sen Con
t e- 5cs or fowre *rpi nrcnto don't
~rc b S B Lenadi& o..Tapa Fn, the m<
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o. on Sept. 26-27 E groce~r
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ert Optician will test eyes ~ ale, p
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asonable pr'ces as obtained Ipoun
hment, and which have M and 5
reputation.mau
)1when
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Lebt and $5 a~cel
SSNow.
IP We
(-)and co
fore.
VRS0. En
nspection one of the largest stocks of Dry
d Boys' Suits and 0 vercoats, Ladies' and ]
3arolina. These goods were bought rig
.It will pay you to come to the Big Store
NERY OF
md Saturday, Oc
ally invited to attend our opening days.
rn hats that we have ever shown, and they
*Buce- Moi
PikesS. C.
ro The Traai
alizing the shortage of crops this year, an
owing that each and every farmer wvill wan
.e, we have decided to begin a sale at our
Tuesday, October
ive the buyer more for his money th~
this sounds a little ambiguous and as
ple have been tooled so much- here
with socalled cheap sales in order to 1
oldshoddy stuff that has been bought i
irs, they are slow to pay any attention t
s. But right here we wish to state
have been in the mercantile business
bout 18 months andJ thcre is not a
thing in our stor e that has not been
during that time.
e and inspect our stock and if we
rove that we will sell you more for
ney during this sale we wfi not ask
)buy. It will pay any buyer wanting
size bi!l of stuff to come 20 miles to 1
)re. 1
carry a full line of staple and fancy <
les and keep them fresh.
how a few ruling prices during this
ovided there is no other advancemert
lesale prices, we wvill give 18 pounids
anulated sugar to the dollar and 201
light browa sugar to the dollar; 5*
; very best roasted coffee for $1.*10
pounds very best green coffee fot $1.
is is the kind of coffee your old grand
d to make for your old grandfather
he had the headuche. The young
generation don't know much about
:ofee, but right here we ask you to
o our store, buy one dollar's worth,
e and have the kettle and the coffee
ured and washed out, and then make
:offee from what we sell you and drink
you will then go before a Notary Pub
make oath it is not good we will re
our dollar. What is any fairer than
oosition?-<
a word about flour.
sell the "Blue Ribbon" and "Climax."
sack guaranteed or your money back.
cts one barrel of either kind. Come t
e this sale is on.
uarant e 16 ounces to every pound, '
o every yard and every can of stufi s
C
a word about Shoes.
have them in nearly all s yles, shapes
[ors and at prices never heard ot be
Bring on your whole family and 1 t a
come one and all and get the best bargain
velcome awaits every gentleman, lady or clh
t and polite attention. Respect
L. 4lonzo Br
Goods, Notions, Ladies' Coat
Ven's Shoes, and Millinery to
it and we are offering some
to do your fall shopping.
t. 4and 5
We will have on display one of
re moderately priced.
TOW Co.
inq Public*
dmaybe~ a low price for what little is -made,
every dollar they spend to go as far as
ore near Cateechee, S. C.,
st, at 8a. m."
n he can possibly ge-'iTewhere.
s shoe them. We can save the price of one
air in shoeing a good size family. Don't
uy until you visit our store, We sell ass~
ood shoes as any merchant in Pickens coun-;
. All we ask is a trial.
ow in regard to Ready-Made
tothing.
We have boy suits from $1.50 to $7.50
n men suits from $10o to $21.50, and odd
ants from the cheapest to the highest.
ow in regard to Dress Goods.
We are prepared to supply the needs of
e ladies. The ladies are cordially invited
come and inspect our stock. W.e carry a
omplete line of both ladies' andgentlemen's
pparel and intend to sell same at reduced
rices durnng this sale.
We can sell the best man hat in Pickens
onty for the money. .Hats and caps for
)Oth men and boys.
We carry an up-to-date line of agate ware,
lasware and dishes of all kinds.
Mr. McD. Mauldin is with us and if there
anything he likes better than selling dish
s it is when they are setting before him full
f something good to eat.
Now remember date of opening, Tuesday,
)ctober r, at 8 a. m.
The first one at our store on that morn'?
nd trading to the amount of $5 will iven
REE a set of dishes, the vabfe-of -which is
i.OO.
To the next one trading to the amount of
~7.o will be given absolutely free a set of
lishes worth $1.75. And to the one trading
> the amoun/of $10 a set will be given free
orth $2.50.
These dishes are now on display at our
ore and are sure beauties. Now after
ose three first sales any one trading at any
mre during this sale to the amount of $5
ill be given absolutely free a pair of baby
hes. A $7.50 purchase gets a pair of
nal! boy or girl shoes free, and a $r o puj
ase ge~s a pair of woman's shoes free.
None of these purchases are to include
y groceries..
Remember this is strictly a cash sale-No
03ds charged at these prices.
you ever got oi- ever will get again. A
ld at our store and you will always receive
ully submitted,
$$ Cateechsee

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