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m which to put your
ey will be safe from fir
e small sum of $1.00 y
ety deposit boxes for oi
.keep the key and no one
e satisfaction of knowin
more than the rent pric(
Come in, let us show them
OWEE BAN]
.'Carey, Pres. R. E. Bruct
icaI anc
If-know of a local item o
any kind, visiting, sickness
Z5te phone it to No. 35.
Don't forget the date, Noverr
"26th.
J. F. Harris, spent Monda
in Greenville.
J. F. Rigdon of Fortner wa
in Pickens on business Satui
day.
Craige Bros. Co. are sellin
flavoring extracts cheap th!
week.
J. C. Wade, of Pickens, rout
4, made us a pleasant call la.
week. .
Mr. M. C, Smith and famil
spent Sunday in Pelzer wit
relatives.
The job department of Tb
Sentinel has been very busy th
past.month.
Judge Rowland, of Centra
was one of the prominent visi
ors here last week.
Elisha Kelley, of Centre
i.~2ute 3, was at the county set
~W13ibu~ness Friday,
J. T. Looper of Picker
route 3, was a business visitt
in Pickens Saturday.
Everybody ought to see M
Keown play the part of
Methodist preacher.
G. C. G:mntt of the Pumpkii
town section was at the count
seat on business monday.
S. C. . Boggs and daught<
from below Liberty were visito:
at the county seat this week.
Paul Boggs, a successfi
planter and citizen of Nimmon:
was at the county seat Tuesda'
I dwin
aF
u Is the place tc
~' We have a full line of La
&~ will find our prices on th
a other large city.
We have ladies' all woo
Slow as $7.98. They are e
&Ladies' long ponny skin
& $5.98.
S Ladies' long broadcloth
& $4.48; with velvet collar.
u Children's ponny skin c<
u to $3.98.
u Shoes. SI
S We have the largest sto<
~haps , in Pickens county .
shoes, too: bought withi
u shoescheaper than you ca
& where else.
)We have children's shc
& $2.00.
&~ Men's and women's sho
to $4.00.
)M It will pay you to ec
u for we believe we can
mifoner on every item .x
gilve you your moneyI
ST h
Ed
The Store That'
nuunnuunnuu
yosit Boxes
valuable papers and documents,
e and burglar.
ou may have iti-e use of one of
ie year.
can open your box in your ab
r that your va!uables are safe is
to you.
(, Pickens, S. Ce.
. V-Pres. M. C. Smith, Cashier.
I Personal
f D. W. Cantrell, Sr., of Pickens,
,route, 3, was a visitor at the
county seat Saturday.
J. M. Moss, of Walhalla, dis
trict manager of the Mutual
Life of New York, gave us a
y pleasant call last week,
Mr, G. G. Carey, of Charlotte,
N. C., is visiting at the home of
his brother, J. P. Carey, Sr., in
Pickens.
Mr. S, E. Brown and Miss
S Minnie Morgan were married
November 17th, A. A, Jones, N.
P., officiating.
"t
H. M. Hester, a former citi
zen of Pickens but now of
y Westminster, was in the city
h last week.
The friends of Hovey Earle
are glad to know that he is able
e to be out again, after a long
e spell of fever.
Mr. E. F. Alexander visited
_ relatives at his old home Sun
day carrying with him Miss
Ada Craig, who will teach at
Keowee
t J. B. Spearman and wife and
airs. Spearman's mother, Mrs.
M. W. Callaham, spent Friday
sin Pickens with Mr. and Mrs. J.
r I Callaham.
The boys in the corn club are
requested to bring their report
e. and exhibit to the County
a Superintendent of Education's
office, Saturday, November 30,
at 11 o'clock.
When you first enter the
yKeowee i3ank these days you
think you are in a flower gar
den. Several large ferns and
rflowers of different varieties
shave been placed in the bank
building for the winter and it
certainly has a pretty, cosy ap
pearance, The cashier and as
il sistant cashier do not look out of
'place either among the other
- handsome flowers.
L. Bolt
ASLEY, S.
>buy ycur Dry G
Hats and Shoes.
dies' Coat Suits, Misses' and C
ese lines as cheap is you would
serge suits as Bring us yo
asily worth $12. up in a good t
coats for only guarantee to j
money back.
coats as low as Men's good
*only 98c.
ats from $1.48 Men's fine d
*and upto $5.0
ioes.Boys' pants
0SBoys' full p<
k of shoes, per- Boys' blue s
All brand new 1 big box Se
n the past nine 8 cakes good
>u vour inter 7 boxes Gr
buy them any for 25c.
es from 4Sc to 10 full poun<
for 25c.
s from 98c up Ladies' avia
25c; a bargain
>mue many miles to (10 your fal]
make it to your interest and v
-on buv. Giv us a trial and
>ak.
e Batti
win L. BRolt & Co., Pre
s Always Busy.
Don't fail to read K. D. Ben
net's add in want cohinin.
T. G. Lynch. of route 3, was
in Pickens Tuesday on business. I
Messrs. Rohin and Jim Stew
art of route 1. were in town on
business Tuesday.
W. D. Hendricks and J. L.
Burgess of the Pumpkintown
section were visitors here Tues
day.
Want to buy a farm? Want
to sell a farm? See the Linwood
Land andInvestmelnt Company,
Pickens,
The horse swappers conven
tion held here last week was
well attended, in fact it was the
largest and most successful held
in a long time.
There are several new ads in
The Sentinel today. Many bar
gains can be picked up by keep
ing your eyes on the advertise
ments in this papei.
Married by J. B. Newbery. at
his office on November 19, 1912,
Miss Elizabeth Entrekin, of
Pickens, and Mr. E. A. Bryant,
of Walhalla, S. C.
Rev. Bluford M. Smith will
preach at Antioch Baptist
church the first Sunday in
December, 1912. at cleven
o'clock in the forenoon.
There will be a school Exhi
bition in the auditorium of the
school building at Dacusville on
Thanksgiving night. Admis
sion 10 and 15 cents. All are in
vited.
John M. Geer, f ormer resident
of Easley and president of Eas
ey and several other cotton
mills, has been elected a mem
ber of the Greenville police
board.
Mrs. D. FE. Hendricks and
small daughter and Miss Grace
Hendricks of route 1, spent
Monday at the home of Mayor
and Mrs. G. R. Hendricks in
Pickens.
Among the visitors from Pick
ens to Greenville last week were
Messrs. J. T. Richey, Guy Mc
Fall, B. B. L aboon, J. C. Alex
ander, R. R. Roark, Doc Pace,
Edd Earle.
Eye. Ruined
,y -?et; they get ?ed and sore ad you let
them go. Don't do It. Leonardi's Golden Eye
Lotion cures soreness without pain in one day.
cools, heals and strengthens. Insist on having
- Leonardis--it makes strong eyes.
Guaranteed or money refunded. Druggist, ioU
icbyS.B.r Lnai &Co. Tarnpa, FAa
t. d v
C.M
ods, Clothing, M
:hildren's Coats, and you g
get in Greenville or any
iir feet and let us fit them
air of winter shoes and we
ease you or you get your
every-day wool pants for M
ress pants $1.48, $1.98, $2.48 g
25c to $1.50.
g pants 98c.
erge pants for 48c.
.archlight matches for 3c.
laundry soap for 25c.
anda's washing powder M
packages best soda made n
tion caps, all colors, for
trading at this store, M
-e are suLre von can save
ve will p)lease y-ou Or
E ASLEY- S. C. ti
7 < $100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least on.
dreaded discaso that science has been
able to cure in all Its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure now known to the medical
fraternIty. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease. and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in doing Its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY t CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Druggists, -doc.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
adv
Last Saturday was the busiest
day of this fall in Pickens. Out
of town people kept our mer
chants and clerks busy all day.
Much clothing and dry goods
were sold and many people were
in town.
We know that nearly every
one of the subscribers to whom
we sent a statement is as good
as gold; but it is against the law
to send the paper more than
one year without pay. and it's
not good business either.
Has any one recently found a
ten-dollar bill around here'
Miss Ada Bolding, the accomo
dating keeper of central office
here, lost a ten-dollar bill last
week and would appreciate it if
the finder will return it to her.
W. C. Porter, one of the coun
ty's good and substantial citi
zens, was in town Wednesday
on business. He lives in the
Cedar Rock section. but likes
to occasionally come to Pickens,
which is near his old home.
C, Ml. Bowen, popular manag
er of the dry goods department
of the Big Store, spent Sunday
in Liberty at the home of his
brother-in-law, J. F. Banister.
His wife, who has been spend
ing some time visiting in Green
ville, retumd to Pickens witl
him.
The South Carolina annual
conference will meet in Ander
son the 27th. Bishop J. C- Kil
go will preside. The conference
is composed of all the preachers
of the M4. E. Church, South, ir
the State and four lay delegates
from each of the twelve districts
in the state.
Mr. Henry Williams of this
county came near having a bat
accident near~Mauldin 's station
Greenville county, Sunday. At
he was turning a curve with hi:
automobile a small negro chil<
appeared in the road too nea:
the car for the driver to keei
from rarnning against the child
There were no very serious in
.uries.
The Ladies Working Societa
of the Pickens Baptist Church
will conduct a sale of second
hand clothing etc., Friday au<
Saturday, Nov. 29th and 30th.
the proceeds to be used in re
pairing the Pickens Baptis
Church. All who have article:
of this kind to contribute wil
please send them in to Mrs. C
A Waters.
The iMajestic Range demon
stration and sale at the Big
Store was a big success. Mr
Bruce says it was the most suc
cessful they have ever held. I
must be a pleasure to cook or
one of these stoves, as thea
have more conveniences that
any other stove on the market
and each wife who received on<
is no doubt proud of both thi
stove and thoughtful husband
W. P. Cowan and J, D. Stone.
representing the C. A. Ree(
Music House, of Anderson, wer<
in the city last week. Mr
Stone was so impressed witi
the beautiful scenery of ouw
mountains that he expressed a
wish to have a summer hom<
here. If the people only knew
of our delightful climate, beauti
fl scenery and fertile soil oum
county would soon1 be taxed t<
hold the people.
The Linwood Land and In
vestment Co., has had the fol
lowing printed on the back ol
their envelopes: "Pickens.
Good climate, good water, gooc
people. The best upland long
staple cotton in the world grows
i Pickens county. 125 bushels
of corn has been raised to at
acre here. 2 bales of cotton tc
an acre is no uncommon occur
nce here. Situated among the
foothills of the beautiful BluE
Ridge. The best county in the
best state in the best nation on
the face of the eaith. Come
ive with ugs and be happy."
Eo Rent
The McComibs ce 4 miles Norti
of Pickens Court Ause. A pply to
-r. umN. Mler, ase S: ~R1 bot 27.
"Al Martin's Country Store.
Tuesday Night, Nov. 26th.
Characters: Al Martin. stor
keeper, Prof. Ballentine. Mai
Martin. Al's daughter, Mi
Nannie Porter. Sam Johnso
a carpenter, Douglas Yongu
Tom Briggs, a laboror. R<
Nealy. Buck Friend, a bric
maker, J. I. Callaham. Ru
Hutchins, farmer, G. F. Kirb
Harold Hawley, civil engineE
Jule Boggs, Jr. Robt. Core
Railroad promoter. Dwigl
Attaway. Bess, Miss Nell
Freeman. Anna, Miss Mildri
Cox. Mrs. Blake, Miss Floren,
Bowen. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. J.'
Hutchings. Mrs. Hawkir
Miss Battle. Miss Simons, Mi
Grace Hutchings. Gus, a slo
young man, Hagood Bruc
Ned, a rather fist young ma
Herbert Jones. Jerry, a hung:
loafer, Furman Morris. Rali
Miller, a schoolteacher, Mary
Hutchings. Rey. John Wesl
Asbury. a Methodist preacher
ablity. J. F. Keown. Ot
Padretti, a traveling mus
teacher. Squire Holden, C
old miserly skinflint, Dr. Bo]
Jim, a fun maker, Oliver Bogg
Mandy Spriggs, a comical gii
Miss Vesta Ashmore,
Married, on Wednesday, INo
ember 20th, at 12:30 o'cloc]
Mr. Swandle B. Huffy,
Greenville, to Miss Meda L
Hunt, at the residence of J. \
Hunt, of Liberty. Rev. D. V
Hiott officiating.
Subscribe for The Sentinel.
We Ib
To inspect our line of solid g
have the latest styles of I
Chains of many kinds, Cuff I
anteed.
Picken
Land Sale.
On sale day in December
Pickens, Court House I shall se
"All that tract of land in Ht
ricane township 'bounded1
lands of estate of L. N. Robi
J. A. McKee, Thomas S. R<
Berry Durham and others,
the North of Mile Creek, cc
taining 265 acres more or less
Terms of sale, one-third ca
Sbalance in two years, Perfe
title. W. A. Smith.
Nov. 12, 1912.
Lands for Sale or Rent.
My Keowee farm of LC(
acres for sale, as a whole or a
cut to suit purchaser, fine hi~
bottom and good upland, plen
of timber, Purchaser can ma
his own terms.acelt i
new house house in the town
Six Mile; also one other hou
and lot in the town of Six M
both for sale or rent. Fi
school and church facilities.
A portion of my Keowee farn
for rent. See J. Frank Stephe
at Six Mile or me at Central.
R. G. Gaines,
Citation.
The State of South Carolina '
Countyv of Pickens.
By J. B. New' bery Esquire. Prob.
Judge.
whereas. D. F. Fuller made suit
grant him I.etters of A dminmstration
the Estate of and effects of Jo
Fuller, deceas"d.
These are Therefore to cite and s
monsh all and singular the kindred a
creditors of the said John Fuller,
ceased, that they be and appear befi
me. in the Court of Probate, to be h~
at Pickens Court H'use. S. C., on 1
5th day of December. 1912, after pi
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fo
noon. to shew cause if any they he
why the said Administration shouldr
be granted.
Given undier my hand and seal. tl
21st av of November, 191s. in the]
ear of our Id
2t J.P.P.C
Prepare For
Cold Weathei
Vi ck's Croup Salve
Mentholatum
Penslar Laxative Cold
Tablets
All kinds Cough Syrup
If it's Drugs-We have it
Keowee Pharmacy
Agents for Penslar Remedies. Dike'
Remedies Nunnallv's ('andies
>e
ie
lirE
?Be ginningi
?d ~ Every piece o
sohitely cost.
Ss
W stock; will be
, (Suites, Extra
h~ Side Boards,
kinds of Chai
I in the Furni
le
cash, nothing
picked over.
HeathE
vite You
old and gold filled jewelry. We
Vaist Sets, !Collar Pins, Lockets,
.,inks, etc. Every piece is guar
s Drug Co.
xKA2l ?tore
For Sale.
at Four yoke young work oxen,
1, two head young horses, four ox
Lr- wagons, one two-horse wagon,
y one buggy. These will go at a
L3, bargain. J. G. Reid, Lake
e, Toxa'way, N. C. 3t
Wanted
h To hear from one man in each
t township in Pickens county
who would like to make from
$4.00 to $10.00 per day.
K. D. Bennett,
R.F,D. 4 Bennettsville, S. C.
ill Money to Loan.
h I am in position to make loans
y of $5,000 and upward on well
e improved farms to the extent of
fifty per cent of the value.
th C. E. Robinson, Attorney,
f Pickens, S. C.
ne Wanted.
We will pay you cash for
m green and dry hides. Bring
's them to the City Market, Pick
ens, F. L. Finley, proprietor.
- Crop for Rent.
Good two-horse crop for rent
to right man. Located one and
Lte a half miles of Pickens on Eas
ley road. W. P. Stewart,
tPickens, S. C., R. F. D. 1. 3t
_List your land with the Lin
d wood Land and Investment
SCompany.
*e Stores to CloseThnsing
ot We, the undersigned merch
Sants hereby agree to close our
3 stores on Thanksgiving day.
Noyember 28, 1912.
Heath - Bruce - Morrow Co.,
Craig Bros. Co., Pickens Hard
ware and Grocery Co., R. L.
Hames, R. B. Waldrop, P. M,
Cate, Folger, Thornley & Co..
T, D. Harris, H, A. Richey, T.
L. Bivens.
J A. McColloughi B. F. Martin
E. M. Blythe
MC11ll01glh. Mar'tiln & Blythle
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Ifasonic Temple Grecnville, S. C.
Associate firm
MARTIN, GREENE &c EARLE
Anderson, S. C.
Practice in all Courts.
Made A New M1an Of Him.
"I was suffering .3 pain in my g
stomach, head z-.ek," writes H.
T. Alston, Raleigh, N. C., "and my
liver and kidneys did not work right,E
but four bottles zf Electric Bitters
made me feel like a new man."
PnRC 50 C!TS. AT ALL BRUG STORES.
iture L
Vov. 20, Ending
t Furniture in the I
Four solid car load
sold, consisting of,
Dressers, Wash St
sofas, Lounges, Rock
rs; in fact, anything
ture lin e. Terms c
charged. Don't wa
Come and get fli
iruceTMorn
Real Esta
...Bought, Se
The Linwood Land and Investm
business and anxious to be of bene
services.
If you wish to buy any real estat
us help you. We will treat you ri~
We also insure property.
Come and talk it over with us.
Linwood Land and :
Office at Keowee B
We are getting out a 1
analyses 10-98 and 4.94.
than 10-4, but we only (
and sell it mighty cheap
Grain fertilized with ti
in the spring will make a
Anderson Phosph
Anderson,
W. B. FREEMAN, Pickens; Robinsoi
Pickens Railora<
TIME TABLE
sUPEREDES TIME TJ
EFFECTIVE JUNE
No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 STATIO
Mix'd Mix'd Mix'd
A. M. A. M.P. M. Lv.
7.30 11.00 3.15 PICKEN!
7-35 11.05 3.20 *FERGUjSo:
7-45 II 5 3.30 .:1ARONS
7.50 11.-20 3-35 *ARIAIL
7.55 I 1.55 3.40 *N~AULDIN
8.oo [1.-30 3-45 EASLF.Y
Ar.
"Flag Stations-No Agent
No. 1 connects with S
No. 3 connects with S<
No. 3 connects with S<
No. 3 connects with S<
No. 4 connects with Si
No. 4 connects with Si
No. 5 connects with si
Fo. ny further informna
Dec/ 10
iouse at ab
sew Iresh
A43ed Room
mds, Beds,
ers and all
to be found
i sale spot
it until it is
st choice
1w 0.
tie...
Id and Rented
ent Company is rt-ady for
fit to those who need oer
, sei y;-rrei any,
~ht.
nvestment Co
mk, Pickens
0-4 good
It isia
harge you
it that.
at and top dressed
handsome crop.
ite & Oil Co.
1 & Thornton, Easley, Agents
I Company,
No 12.
BLE No. 1.
15th, 1911.
No. 2 No. 4 No.6
Mix'd!Mix'd Mi
Ar. A. M.IP. M. P,
9.10 1-50 4
9.05 1.45 4.
8-1.35
8.55 1.30
8.45 1.25 4
8.40 1.20 4.05
mthern No. 42
)utern No. 39~
uthern No. 39
uthern No. 12
)thern No. 12
>uthernl No..39
>uthernl No. 11
ion apply to
r. T. TAYLOR,

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