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The sexall Store.
B. F. Alexander, of route 6, was in
Mrs.L. E. Wiggins is visiting her
arents in Nashville, Tenn.
W. H. Miller, of the Cedar Rock sec
tilp, was a visitor here Monday.
W. B. Jones, of route 4, was here on
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hughey spent the
week-end with relatives in Greenville.
Mrs. E. M. Baker and Miss Eva
Christophervisited in Easley Saturday.
,. .Charles and W. G. Trotter, of
Greenville, -were here on business Mon
S. C. Martin, one of the good-citizens
f Six Mile, was here on business last
MrsB. Boggs, of Walhalapen1
as*ral days with her parents in -ck
Mr. Claude Borroughs, of Norris, was
a business visitor at the county seatlasi
.I%%. Misses Daisy McDonald, Elinor Knight
Cox spent Saturday it
Mrs. H. -of 1Greenville,
is spending a while with her parents it
Di. L. o. Mauldin, of Greenville,
t Sunday with the family of Mrs.
Miss Inez Morris, student at Chicora
College, Greenville, spent the week-end
with her parents here.
Julius E. Boggs, Jr., a prominent
you business man of Easley, was i
cotweek to court.'
The Piedmont Shoe
Store, announces that the:
of Mr. J. Rowley Williarr
experience fitting and sell
glad to meet his old frien
to them the advantages fc
Shoes for mer, women ar
-' Greenville's B
Main Street and McBee
ave. On the Corner.
Lewis White Salve heals sores.
Do not forget that Isaac Hamnberger
& Cp.'s expert clothing man will be a'
*Heat&i-Bruce -Morrow Co.'s store or
March 5,G6and 7 to take measures for
spring and summer clothing.
Wishington's birthday was celebrated
by the Royal Ambassadors band Satur
day afternoon at the home of the lead:
er, Mrs. T. R- Allen, who was assistec
by Mrs. T. B. McDaniel. About twenty
boys enjoyed the occasion.
The stay in Pickens of the Four Bos
tonians was made more pleasant foi
thema by th exceeding kindness anc
consideratioui of Messrs. F. W. Mc
Lesky, Hagood Bruce, Casey Portel
and J. Douglas Yongu, who find mude
pleasure in seeing other people enjoyms~
A.. B. Tally, of the uppeirsection 0:
eounty, was a court week visitor here.
Mr. Tal served two terms as coun~ty
commissioner and is well known ove:
the county. While in town he paid The
Sentinel a very pleasant visit. He in
forms us that Wattacoo postoffice wil
be discontinued soon and that patrons od
that office will get their mail on a rout4
For Infants and Children.
Thes Kind You Have Always Bought
of Garden Seeds
J. N. Hallum, Proprietor.
Miss Lula Hinkle visited her friend,
Miss Josie Chastain, in Greenville Sat
turday and Sunday.
M Mrs. B. C. Baker and daughter, MisE
Rby, were shopping in Greenville Sat
Y$. J. McD.~ Bruce attended the fun
eral of Mr. Sims at the Old Stone
church Saturday. . .
We make our most graceful bow tc
you," Judge Mauldin. May you live
long, and we know you will serve well.
Maj. G. M. Lynch, of the upper sec
tion of the county, visited his daughter,
Mrs. John.D.IEdens, in Pickens lasi
J. 0. Hughey, a substantial citizen o:
Easley route 2, and a juror at this tern
of court, gave us a very pleasant call
G. B. Porter, formerly of this county
but now of Lexington, is visiting his
brother, T. E. Porter, and other rela
tives around here.
Messrs. DeWitt and Stanley Farmer,
of the Six Mile section, have gone tc
Murphy, N. C., where they will wort
for several months.
Mrs. Amanda N. Cole, of- Liberty,
and Lowel Mauldin, of Pickeris, were
married by J. B. Newberry at his of
fice February 16, 1914.
The members of Secona church have
purchased a new organ and are going tc
have some good music. There are some
of the best people of the county mem
bers of this old church.
The Piedmont Union will meet with
Enon church on Satuiday and Sunday,
March 28th and 29th. All churches are
requested to send delegates. Prograrr
will appear next week.
'o., Greenville's Big Shoe
r have secured the services
~s, who has many years
ing shoes. He will be
s here and and explain
r savings on all grades of
ig Shoe Store.
IWhere the Big Shoe
I Hangs Out.
LLE, S. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Stansell
spent Sunday with old friends
in the Cross Roads section.
After the cold is gone ust
Dike's Tasteless Extract of Cod
Liver Oil. Price, $1. Keowee
Postmaster Morris asks us t<
correct the rumor that a horne1
stung him about a foot fron
~his stamp window.
W. H. Lark, of route 5, speni
Friday in Anderson on business.
Mr, Lark moved from Ander
son county about a .year ago.
Rev M. L. Jones sends us
word that he has started on his
round of visits to his old church
es. He has visited Griffin ani
been to one wood chopping
He says he is getting lots oj
good things to eat and meeting
many of his old friends.
Mr. T. J. Donivan, of Chip
pews Falls, Wis., the head
manager and salesman of th<
Carolina Timber Co., is in Pick
ens and will be in and around
Pickens for a few wesks. H<
is now negotiating a big dea
with the Border Statelin
Lumber Company for severa
thousand acres of fine timbe:
lands in Greenville county,
Every well-regulated home +
should be supplied with
some of our high-grade:
Liniments and Ointments :
for use in emergencies that -r
are certain to arise. We
have all the articles you a
expect to get in a tip-top?
Lewis' White Salve as a
soothing, and healing appli-4
cation for sores and burns
is without an equal. -3
'H A RMA1CY
March 5th, 6th & 7th
+ Mr. Sloman willbe with on these
+ dates with a full line of ISAAC HAM
BERGER & SON'S famous Woolens
the new Spring Patterns. Men who have
worn these clothes know--They will also
4 be pleased to know that there will be a
+ substantial reduction in the prices this
+ Spring. It will pay you to wait for Mr.
+ Sloman and order your Spring Suit. You
get it when you want it---made just as you
want it, and the fit guaranteed.
When we announced last Fall 1
and we are now with just a handful
in every way-larger and better sele
nouncement to you that we have ma
show you the largest stock of goods
any time that suits your convenience
4 to make the visit pleasant and if you
---than you would have gotten the sa
+ We can show you n
4 section-Not taking i
0 Goods Con
Every train c4
Zcar load ofgo
Lime, Cement, I
WL ginles, Pumps, E
BJ substantial savi
The stock is fast:
4 here for you yet. Wh<
4 what opportunity ther
+ they possibly can be m
4 partment. But stocks
long. If you want son
Keep in Touch With
+ the Big Store
+It will always pay you. We are in
te nevery way. Stocks are bigger,
+selections are better and values are better.
Yuowe it to yourself to see what we
maean honest comparison between our
goods--our prices --and the other fellow, jj
thnyou decide where it pays you to buy.
1st Prize, 100 lbs. Flour
u 2ndPrize, 20 lbs. Sugaru
u 3rd Prize, Can of Pendennis Coffeeu
Above is a list~ of prizes which I will give a-way March 1st.
Every 25 cents spent at my store during February will get a chance
at these prizes. Come in and get a lucky number.
SGreg T. Mauldin, .Pickens, S. C.
My goods are always fresh.
F hlzee..--White Leghorn For Sale-White and Brown
egg f hnu ~inn stock, Leghorn eggs "from thorough
$1.5 umoaltisfctin gar-breds, $1.25 pe15. S~atisf action
antels or toserv...Gillstrap, Pick-, guaranteed. H orn e r E d e n s,
ens, thirty (30 g. Pickens, S. C.
bhat we would close out our Dry Goods business we me
of these goods left. We promised you also that the nei
ctions in the lines to be featured in the future and we a:
de good---the goods are here--others coming on every ti
under one roof in this section. THE BIG STORE hol
--and your presence will always be appreciated by us a
buy you may rest assured that you have bought as che
me goods elsewhere. . Again we say
iore goods under one/roof than any
nto consideration. our dry goods de]
iing in by the
>ming into Pickens carri
.s for the Big Store. W
t Implements, Stoves, R
loofing, Building Matteria
[eavy and fancy Grocerie
rou want for the fairm or
ig inl price !
melting away, but there are lots an
mn in the store drop around to thi
e is here for money saving. The pl
.acte and we are doing nice business
are getting in such condition tha
ie of these Bargains -our advice to :
K ENS, S
H lighest Price Paid for Prod e
I have a nice line of Spring Clothing, Hat of all)
tn slc fohmen A nic lin of Ofords, both mens and
M Ae car load of Elegant Brand Flour and a~other to
S co m e, a t .5.300r I b ae h . t a e
SJohn W. Hendricks, - Pickens
No better flour can be groun d Have nice lo of Tennesse4
out of wheat than I will sell you mules on hand to sell or swai
at $4.95. Half patent fit for a faor csh or good haer seen
king at $4.95. Oil 12c. are th cha tilt rav see
We will as ustu
the leading brand
Murate of Potash,
Top Dressers, an(
the prices here ju
anywhere for the.,
that you will alwa:
We will apprec
season. Come in
Lt it. We had phenome nal si
season would see this store e
? now in position to make tb
ain and right now we are re
Is a cordial welcome for every
d we'll do everything in our
p---in nine cases out of ten cl
other store in tl
artment at all.
es car load a
home at ag(
lots of good Barg
.5 department and
"ices are just as lo'
each day in this
this cannot kee]
ou is COME N0
I Bigger Buyi
P Buying as'v
in quantities, we
This means corn
customers as we
but we also save
- will demonstrate
Bankrupt's Petition for Discharge|
In the District Court of the United'
states for the District Court of South
In imatter of Leander Alexander
Tonneryonorable H. A. .M. Smith.
Judge of -the District Court of the
United states for the District of south
Leatdr Alexander Tannery, of Lib,
Serty, in the county of Pickens and state
of south Carolina, in said district, re
spectfully represents that on the first.
day of December last past he was duly
adjudged bankrupt under the acts of
Congress relating to bankruptcy; that
he has duly surrendered all his property
oplid with all the requirements of
said acts and the orders of the court
Wheu refor e rays that he may be
decreed by the court to have a full dis-I
charge from all debts provable against
his estate under said bankrupt acts, ex
cept such debts as are excepted by law
Date s thi 2d dayof February, A. D.
.'ne Alexnder Tnnery, Bankrupt.
ER OF ALU+
L handle several lines of
s of Fertilizers, Acids,*
Nitrate of Soda, and
I you will always find"
tst as low as you will -
same standard of q
rs find at the iB Store.4
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On Cours 3 day of February. D..
th t fMr. D.114, Cber.
( the ) 0., in said Di~triC, on th~ 3d
(Court) day of Februsry A. 1). 1914.
R. W. 1~UTSON Clerk.