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NOW IS THE TIME
Cabbag
Leave orders with us earl
wants large and small.
and guaranteed.
Pickens
The Rex
Hallum's Liver Cleansers,
Local and
Send us a news item.
frost proof cabbage
' InsDrug Co.
Walter Cochran, of Calhoun,
was in Pickens Monday on busi
ziess._ _
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Ligon, of
"lberton, Ga., are visiting rela
ttves in the county.
A. M. N. Gravley, of route 3,
town on business last
E. Mauldin, of Easley
1, visited Mr. and Mrs. J.
Morris here this week.
Mr. Elbert Welborn, of Easley
6, was a business visitor
*-Chzxcountv seat last week.
...B. Freeman and family
this week-into the John
houd, near the city
aIpleased with The
61 why not speak to your
and get him to sub
,.Herd, at
ivil war, is ~his
's, home sicc from
n Crenshaw left last
for.Florida, where he will
mployed by Ashmore &
Parons.
Miss Janet Bolt, of Easley,
and Miss Cleo Bailey, of Ander
son, spent last Saturday with
'ends in Pickens.
Cochran, one of the
s-of-Piekens route 2,
in town last week, payinlg
us a very pleasant call.
..B. Hagood and child
return e last week
nm a Christmas visit to her
.pris atlberton, Ga.
-. Evans Nicholson, or Lib
route 2, was at the county
tlast week on business. He
dhis wife formerly lived near
:here.
Apdsr Craig has built an
ecletroad from Pickens to
ur~nch, and ex
to continue it--to Saluda
M. W. Newton, formerly of
the Bethlehem section, now at
~Pendleton, on the 5th inst., had
astroke of paralysis affecting
e left side.
Messrs. Lee Hunt. Jas. K.
Sand .Joseph Looper,
~nt~~e~sof the Dacus
~section. were'at the county
xiay.
The work of installing new
machinery in the recent addi
i:fon to the Pickens cotton mill
ds going along smoothly. A
ore or more expert mechanics
~different lines are nlow en
in erecting the machin
y. The new additions will
thedapacity of this
thild.
Penslar L
Is of great value in all for
as in Constipation, Bilic
Pleasant
in 25 and
aranteed to gi
- ~-~-.
TO BEGIN SETTNG
e Plants
y. We can supply your
Plants Charleston grown -
Drug Co.
311 Store.
best for the liver, 25c box
Personal
Miss Mattie Griffin and Ruby
Baker have returned to school
at Asheville, N. C,, after spend
ing the holidays with homefolks
in Pickens.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Tripp, of
the Brushy Creek section of
Aiderson county, visited their
son, E. J. Tripp, and family, in
Pickens last week.
Chief Nealey went to Easley
one day last week and brought
back a negro man who was
wanted here, having a charge
of gambling against him.
Mr, A. A. Johnson and wife,
formerly Mrs. Amanda Free
man of Pickens, row of Perry,
Oklahoma, returned last week
on a visit to relatives in this
county.
All Pickens county public
schools opened Monday, after a
two weeks' vacation. Several
new puyils were enrolled in the
Pickens school, and pencils and
tablets are again in demand.
Robert Stewart, of the Cedar
I Rock section, is moving to Pick
ens (east side of town.) Mr.
Stewart a few years back was
Rev. D. M. Ramsay, D. D., of
Greenville, on "last Sunday in
the Pickens Baptist church,
preached two sermons of great
power and perspicuity to large
and attentive congregations,
The Mobile (Ala.). .Register
says: "The many friends of
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kinch, Jr.,
are rejoicing with them over the
arrival of a fine son." Thurman
is a linotype operator on the
Register. ___
A. J. Boggs has purchased
from B. B. LaBoon the Richey
place, near the Baptist church,
and will move his family into it
soon. He will have his new
home remodeled and extensive
improvements made in it
A letter to E. J. Tripp of
Pickens brings the information
that the house of his uncle,
Miles Merritt, of the Brushy
Creek section of Anderson coun
ty, was totally destroyed by firo
last Friday, entailing a loss of
about $2,500. All of the house
hold furniture and much of the
family clothing was buined, to
gether with a bale of cotton.
J. S. Christopher, who has
been associated with his brother
in the barber shop here, has quit
the barber shop and will very
probably go on the road as travel
lingr salesman, however, he has
two tempting offers and has not
fully decided as to which he will
accept. A. S. Porter is now in
the barber shop with Mr. Frank
Christopher.
Agency Reo Motor Cars: We
are looking for a good live deal
er to handle Reo the Fifth in
this county, and have a money
making proposition for the
right man. Previous experience
not essential. Gibbes Machinery
Co., Distributors, Columbia,S.C.
iver Salts
ms of Rheumatism as well
~usness and Indigestion.
to take.
0c Bottles
ve satisfaction by
Tharmacy
Calomel is Unsafe.
Local Druggist Who Sells Do
son's Liver Tone Guarante
It to Take the Place of Caloir
If yfur liver is not working just rip
you do not need to take a chance
getting knocked all out by a dose
calomel, Go to Pickens Drug Co. w
sells Dodson's Liver Tone, and pay
cents for a large bottle. You will ge
harmless vegetable remedy that v
start your liver without violence. and
it does not give complete satisfacti
the druggist will refund your mor
with a smile.
If you buy a bottle of Dodson's Lil
Tone for yourself or your childrin, y
have insured your family relief fr<
attacks of constipation, biliousness, 12
liver and headache It is as benefic
and safe for children as for adults.
bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone is sor
thing every man or woman should k
in the house. Your money is safe I
cause you can -return the bottle if
fails to satisfy. adv
Miss Gertrude Harris, a at
dent at Lander college, w
with her parents, Mr. and Mi
T. D. Harris, during the ho
days, has returned to resur
her studies there. Miss G(
trude is taking a high stand
her studies, especially in muE
for which she has a decid,
talent. We learn she had i
trouble in taking up the gra,
to which Miss Knight, her ve:
efficient teacher at this pla(
had advanced her.
W E wish fo
and cus
liberally trusted
during 1912.
one have a hap
... .66v- ear.
CRAIG
Pickens w. o. W.
Install Officei
The Keowee lodge. W. 0. 'V
No. 496, had a most delightf
meeting in their hall Tuesda
evening. At this meeting of]
cers for 1913 were installe<
The members of the lodge ah
presented Dr. Porter, their comi
cil commander for three year|
with a beautiful loving cul
The cup is a real beauty ar
can be seen at the Pickens Dru
Co. It bear3 the inscriptiol
"From Keowee Camp, W.O.V
to F. S, Porter, P. C. C., De<
25, 1912.
After business was dispens<
with refreshments were serve<
Everyone present enjoyed ti:
ccasion and the camp is muc
revived.
Sales Last Monday.
The clerk of court sold la
Monday at public sale at ti
court house door the real esta
of Isaac Durham in the Si
Mile section. Following are ti
purchasers and prices. Tern
of sale cash.
61 1-2 acres to John T. IRo
$500.00.
32 1.2 acres to John T. and 3
B. IRoe, $650.00.
38 1-2 acres to J. V. Durban
400.00.
42 83-100 acres to J. P. Care,
$175.00.
47 1.2 acres to J. P. Care
$305.00.
51 1-2 acres to J. P. Care
$350.00.
35 acres to J. P. Carey, $201.C
80 1-2 acres to J. P. Care
$446.00.
S. M. Banks. of Easley rou
6, was here on business yeste
day.
Selected Seed
Corn For Sal'
Batt's foar-eared prolific co:
from my prize acre of 125 bus
els on sale at Craig Bros., Pic
ens, S. C. or at my home,
$200 per bushel. Nubbed ai
hand shelled.
Plenty Parcel Post
d Packages in Pickens
es
1 The new parcel post system L
which was inaugurated Jan
ht uary 1, is growing greater
on every day all over the country,
of and it looks like it is going to
ho save the peoDle lots of money.
5 Locally many packages are
t being sent out and received,
. probably a few more [coming in m
on than going out.
ey J. S. Christopher has the dis~
rer tinction of having mailed the
ou first parcel post package in
>m Pickens. The Sentinel received
zy the first one to come to Pickens, B
ial It was a package from Charlotte N
A and cost the sender 14 cents ez
2e- postage. By express it would "'
ep ti
e. h- ve cost 40 cents. b
it Don't forget that you must "I
put special parcel post stamps T
and the name and address of im
u- the sender on each package you st
as send under the n;'w law.
-s. How's This?
- jWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re hE
ae ward for any case of Catarrh thal d<
cannot be cured by Hals Catarrh
Cure.
in F. . CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, 0.
;ic We-,theundersigned. have known F. J.
him erfectly honorable in all business hi
=sptosand financially able to ar
30 out any obligations made by his firm. 2:
NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE, ax
Toledo, 0. B1
ry Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally. b]
acting directly upon the blood and mu- i
:e, cous surfaces c the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Sold IX
by all Druggist&. 4:
Take Ball's Family Pills for constipation.
tc
tb
ds
cc
th
w
D1
ei
th
of
of
st
thank our friends w
tomers who have so to
01
us with their trade
May each and every n
py and prosperous
of
3ROTHERS CO,1
- - az
ra
tR
ne
re
He Plants~Long Staple. r
's J B Jones, one of good farmers ra
of Griffin section, was a visitor
at The Sentinel office last week ~
I-. Mr. Jones is a firm beliver in he(
along staple cotton for this county m
yLast year he gathered three bales h
1- of long staple from five acres 1h~
1. land sold it for two and threell
;o cents a pound more "than orli *
1- nary cotton was bringing. Had I o
9,,it been a good cotton year he
-says he would have easily made
d1 five bales on the five acres. It
g is no harder to raise than our tb
1: ordinary cotton and Mr. Jones w
7- will plant only long staple cot
.ton this year.m
______________of
dH
i.Death of Child.
te to
h William Perry Aiken, infant d
son of Homer and Myra Aiken. hi
died December 24th, and was
buried on Christmas day at Mt. ts
Bethel church. "The Lord ti<
giveth and the Lord taketh O*
T]
at away. Blessed be the name of bi
~e the Lord." Funeral services gr
be were conducted by W.H. Lewis. eT
x .~ cc
ie At a regular communication h
is of Central lodge No. 229.A. F. M.r gi
held Dec. 21, the following D
e, officers were elected for the o
ensuing Masoniic year: F. B. in
' Morgan, W. M.; T. M. Norris, u
W.; R. P. Gaines, J. W.; L. H. wi
'Bolding treasurer; F. B. Mor
gan, Jr., secretary. H. G. Power, a
Gaines and J. F. Mauldin, ste w- i
~ards; J. E. Bridges, tiler. di
Mr. Will H. Harris, who holds,
0. a lucrative position in Atlanta
y, with one of the largest commer
cial agencies of the world, visit
ed his parents foraa short time
tduring the holidays at the Hia- st
rwatha hotel. We congratulate hi
".Bill"~ on the success he is mak- Ja
_ ing. We learn he is close to at
the top round and is pulling for p1
that. His friends here expect to
to hear of his "making good" in rs
anything he undertakes. di
t1
en Buy your frost proof cabbage fa
1i- plants from F. S. CANNON, Ia
k- Meggets, S. 0. 1,000 to 4,000, si
at at $1,25. 5,000 to 9,000 ~t1.00.
i 5,000 at OQ0s *
1oat
THE
It is the policy of th
or Skirts from one seas(
uary i, we are naming
them.
Lot No.
All $12.50 and $15.00 cc
are great values, in pl
striped effects, To close
the lot, only - -
Lot No.
-. $20.00 and $22.50 Suits,
great value. Serges and
tures, of tan, green, nav
t gray. To close up
the lot
Big reductions on dre
Here is your chance to sa
,e they are picked over.
HEATH
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g In it you will find, also, ace 1
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.r dress, The New York World,
New York. (Adv)
it
y NOTICE is hereby given that 1 will
. make aprlication to J. B. Newbery Esq.,
Judge of Prol.ate for Pickens county,
in the State of South Carolina. on the
S6 day of February. 1913, at 10 o'clock in
the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as
gsaid application can be heard for leave
3 to make final settlement of the estate
of W.;R. Anders, deceased, and obtain
ditcharge as administrator of said estate.
5- J. P. Anders.
i a4t Administrator.
For Sale
aThe T. J. Robinson place one
t mile south of Pickens. 27 acres.
g Well improved. Apply to Jno.
F. Harris.
5- For Rent
, The McCombs place 4 miles
d north of Pickens C. H. Apply
rto I. N. Miller, Easley, S. C.,
e route 1, box 27; or to J. J. Mc
Combs, Dacusville, s.C., route 1.
a pFor Sale.
Desirable little farm contain
ing 87h acres, 14 miles from city
limits of Washington. Well
located and improved. House
o on it worth $700 or $800.
.e 3U per acre. T. D. Weeks,
R. 1, Washington, Ga.
To Rent, Sell or Ex
change
"A number of desirable houses and va
cant lots in almost any part of Green
r ville that you may desis e. Will sell
o this property on favorab1e terms, or
will exchange for farms situate in this
or adjacent counties.
W. if. IR VINE
Atoey
NIEMATIONAL
LIESSONT
y E. 0. SELLERS. Director of EV
iing Department The Moody Bible I
ititute of Chicago.)
LESSON FOR JANUARY 12
AN THE CROWN OF CREATIO
ESSON TEXT-Genesis 1:26. 27; 2:7
24.
4OLDEN TEXT'L"God created man
i own image." Gen. 1:27.
Ten times the words, "and Gc
id" appear in the first chapter
nesis. God spake, and 'twas don
)w all is in readiness earth and hea
t await his word, "and God said 1
make man." It would seem i
ough a conference was being he
fore this- momentous event. T1
t us make" is full of suggestio:
iat each person of the Triune Go,
ad was present in creation we sa
last week's lesson, and it is hei
Ml1 further Indicated by the plur
rm of the Rebrew noun for tt
Lme of God. But what pattern sha
3 follow in the making of mar
rely only the highest and bee
ince "in the Image of God." Th
>es not necessarily mean the phyE
1 image, but rather the intellectu.
d spiritual image ;f God, see Cc
10, Eph. 4:24, John 5.25. God wl
spirit (Jobn 4:25) does manifei
mself in material form (see Phi
6, Isa. 6:14) and similar passage
d this form resembles the humai
it this "image" (likeness) has bee
rred and marred by sin, James 3:
was, however, perfectly seen in ti
rfect Man, Christ Jesus, see Co
4, Heb. 1:2, 3.
Science at a Pause.
How God created man we are n<
Id, except that he was "formed 4
e dust of the ground," and to th
,y the bodies of men and of anima
naist of the very same elements 9
e soil which forms the earth upc
bIch they dwell. It Is yet to I
oved that man came from the lo
animals, and It is a scientific secri
at at; this point the real leadei
science are at a pause. The dui
our bodies is the same as yond(
ars, as the lily of the field, as thu
iich kings and queens are made.
But still there are higher height
r God breathed into this man hJ
rn spirft, verse 7, and from thl
Lion of the body and spirit man b
m a 1i.1lg soul. Man is the coi
cting link between the material an
a Infinite, by the hysical he is r,
ted to lower nature and by the spi
ial he is related to God.
If the theory of the rehabilitatic
this earth after the destruction
e pre-adamite races is true (cha)
213), we now see God in his wo1
ous grace preparing a place fc
an's especial abode, vv. 8, 9, 15-2
The two accounts of creation in th
st and second chapters of Genes:
e not contradictory, and to malb
em so one must read into the na
tive what is not there. The fin
esents a concise outline of creatio1
e second an enlargement that co:
ts these events with the regic
~ere man began to live, the startin
it of the present human race.
That Eden was undoubtedly in th
gion of the Euphrates and the Tigri
ers is pretty generally acceptei
ough, of course, we can only spect
t as to the cradle of the hums
ce.
After God had created Adam wit
e highest nature the animals wer
t fit companions for him. Nor coul
Sbe the beginning of the race<
an without one like to himself. Ma
n attain his highest only as he ha
aan companionship (v. 18). Adai
d the power of speech, and an inte
ence, and was given the right t
me the animals of the field (v. 19
it in all this there was no compa1
a for him (v. 20).
Unity of Life.
In the first account is the simDl
tement that God created "male an
male," but in the second we se
at man is not complete without th
>man. God's mode was to make he
one of his bone" (vv. 22, 23). Thj
ggests the utmost possible unity<
in and wife; unity of life, of son
emotions, of home, etc. Matthe
nry calls to our attention the wos
was not taken from "out of i
ad to top him, nor out of his fei
be trampled under foot, but o1
his side to be his equal, from u:
r his arm to be protected, and nei
a heart to be loved."
The marriage relation is the moi
cred of all human ties (v. 24). It
e best possible training and educ
i in love, sacrifice, duty, victor
er evil, in all that is best in lif
ese are the qualities needed I
ild up the race. When one is da
aded the other of necessity is los
ed. To understand the full meanin
the marriage relation we need 1
mprehend the relation of Christ an
a church, Eph. 5:31, 32.
f, then, man has such a high b
ining, does not that very fact in
se upon him a burden of r'orons
.ty to his Creator? "Nobilzy s?ear
ligation," and to renounce is bas
ratitude. Even as God said, "14
make man," so by his power we at
continue the work of making met
io shall be complebe in Christ Jesu
Created in God's image, what a he
to leave in the minds of our schc
a. Lost, marred, obliterated by sii
t t is possible to have it restore
Christ. Is that image brightc
ni? This is God's world, we ar
id's children, created for him.
Sale of Farm Tools
On account of my going1
p farming, I will sell to ti
ghest bidder, on Wednesda,
muary 15, 1913. at 11 o'clocl
my residence, at old Lathei
ace, near Easley, all farmin
ols, etc.. consisting of mowe:
ke, turn plows, malrey plow
sc harrow, smooth harrov
.ree cotton planters, and oth<
rm tools too numerous 1
ention; first-class set of blac
aith tools; one surrey; tvw
ies, two good mules, wagc
harness;. one fine your
horse.- Also sorne -fir
r. Robr t (.
uit
- AT
BIG STC
e Big Store not to carry over
)n to another, and to clean therr
t price that would not buy the c
L
All $25.00 a
at suits, these of suits cam
,in serge and tailoring conc
8 means they a
.4 season. Ser
brown and b
Only -
Millnery
This lot is a. It is our cu
Scotch mix- nery departm
y, black and you haven't
$12.50 yet, it will pa
ment a call.
ss shirts, $1.75, $1.50 and $1.2
ye money by selecting one of th(
BRUCE=MORI
Pickens, S. C.
Try anAdvertisen
NOf
As the New Y
to call the attent
aud customers
been our custom4
doors are still op
Blacksmithing, all
We also carry al
horseshoeing not
cept men who kr
ment with good
and stock is bett
turn out a good j
Come in and s
. work or not; we
an~d show you th
And, say! Whi
and wagons? L
them in. It will
repaired than ti
hard times. We
prices as we can
Thanking you
are, Yours v
HUGH
Where be Corn Mill
South err
Schedules Effective SegF
N. B.-The following schedule figua
are not guaranteed.
-Premier Carri
ARRIVE FR(
No.44 ATLANT.X.-....
Stops to discharge passenge
passengers for Charlotte an
No. 36 NEW ORLEANS a
Stops only
No 42 sENECA (Daily) -
0.12 ATLANTA..
<40 ATLAMTA.
N 0 BIRMINGBAM ac
.Foir Washinigton and New'
sengers from Atlanta and t<
lotte and beyond
ARRIVE FRC
29 NEW YORK and WAs
stops to take on passeni
39 CH ARLOTTE..
11 CHARLoTTE~......
41 CH ARLOTTE (Daily)
For further inform1ation apply to Ti<
W. R. TAB3ER, P. & T. A.
Gjreenfville, s. C.
Get a Blue-I
-----Fr
All you have to do i
Sentinel for a year in a<
this book in addition to
'It makes me think
before my haii
Did you ever see a cop3
Back Speller? Haven't
mother and grand-fathe
about when .they used
Back Speller; in the i
and slab seats? ? It is thi
one of the oldlst spellkn
every family
al
)RE.
any Coat Suits, Waists
i up from now until Jan
loth required to make
ot No. 3
nd $27.00 Suits. This bt
e from one of the best
erns in America, which
re the best styles of the
ze, whipcord in navy
Ick $15.00 (
at One-Half Price
tom to clean up our milli
ent regardless of price. If
bought your winter hat
y you to give this depart
5 Shirts for only $1.00.
ise snappy styles before
1OW Co:
ient in The Sentinel
ar comes in we desire
ion of all our old friends
nd those who have not
ars-to the fact that our
n to all alike to do your
kinds Woodwork, Repairs
>ng a high class line of
idone by any one ex
ow how; and our equip
,high class men, tools
er than ever before to
iob quick.
ee us, whether you have
will be glad to see you
rough our shop.
it about those buggies
ook-them over and bring
be better to have them
>buy new ones these
will make you as good
and do you a good job.
for past patronage, we
ery truly,
ES BRos.
tuns PICKENS, S. C.
iRailway
t. 22,1912 from Easfey.
es are published only as informa ion and
er of the South s
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ers for Atlanta
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ket Agent or write
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Columbia. s. C.
3ack Speller
'ee - - -
s to pay for The Pickens
Ivance and we give you
51 issues of the paper
of the good old days
r turned gray."
of Webster's Old Blue
you heard father and
r and grand.mother talk
to study the old Blue
ays of log sc~ies
e best, m n
tywould like to

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