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J,. N. NAUIA
Marshall Parsons is in Atlanta
for a few days.
Eugene Yongue of Greenville
spent Sunday in Pickens.
- J. F. Crane of Liberty was a
business visitor here Tuesday.
Miss Margaret Booker visited
at her htme in Greenville last
J. 't Richey has traded his
Hupmobile to Dr. W. A. Tript
of Anderson county.
Miss EdnaEarle, who isteach!
Mr. Barney H. Whitmire of
the Cross Roads section, was in
Pickens Monday on business.
Both drug stores in Pickens
are now closing at 7.30 o'clock
every night except Saturday.
Mr. Arthur Riley Allen came
xover fr-om Greenyille and spent
the week-end with homefolks.
Mrs. Sallie Sutherland has re
turned from a visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. Robert Craig, of near
We appreciate it very much
when a friend of The Sentinel
gives us a news item for publi
-Edwin Earle left Piekens
Tuesday morning for Denver,
Col., where he will spend the
Hardy Gilstrap, who has been
down with fever for some time,
is able to be up again, we are
glad to report..
Miss Janie Ligon and Mr.
John Ligon;of Greeuville; are
-visiting at- the homei of Post
On October 2 there were fifty
two applicants for teachers' cer
tificates at the examination held
in the court house,
Miss Pearl Merrill has returned
-home from Birminghamn, Ala.,
where she has been visiting rela
tives for some time.
A telephone message to The
Sentinel says that John Bolding
of this county picked 612 pounds
of cotton one day last week.
The Baptist Sunday school at'
Sthe Pickens mill gave $52.08 last
fourth Sunday as a contibution
to Connie Maxwell orphanage.
Dr. R. A. Allgood was called
Lto Goldsboro, North Carolina on
professional business last Mon
day. He will be away several
Trammeil, the piano and
organ man, says the war in
Europe must surely be over.
He says he sold a piano for spot
A business P
>ur drug bill n
if, Propriefor Nc
JG COMPANY I
Rev. D. 0. Powers of Spartan- pr,
burg, S. C., will preach in the Th
court house next Sunday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock. Everybody dis
invited to attend.
I The Christian engineer, D J.
Fant, of Atlanta, will speak api
three times at Easley next Sun- No
day, at 11 a. m. at; the First wi
Baptist church, at 4 p. m. and at Co
8 p. m. in ths school auditorium. cot
Geo. M. Shanklin, a promi- is
nent business man of Spartan- eni
burg, died Saturday. He was Re
a brother of Ed Shanklin and
f-Mrs. S. W. Thornton of Easley.
Mr. S: E. Merrill, who holds a sh<
osition ds queen bee specialist at
with thePenn Bee and Honey we
Co. of Penn, Miss., is spending a the
few days with home folks near ers
Secona church. thE
The following were visitors at cev
the home of R. L. Davis Sun- wI
day: Mrs. M.A. Davis and L. -
W. Davis of Honea Path; Mr.
Hovey Smith and family of S
Greenville, and Clarence Richey
of Oklahoma. d
Zion Miles, colored, got his 7'
hand mashed in the cake former
at the Pickens oil mill Thursday
and Will Jaclsson, colored, also
got his little finger broken at
the same time. Neither of the
accidents are serious.
The Aid Society of the Pres
byterian church met with Mrs.
W. E. Findldy last Tuesday
afternoon. There was a large
attendance. After the business
part was over refreshments were
served by the hostess.
The Anderson Chamber of
Commerce is trying ti~get S. M.
Johnson of. Liberty to put on a
regular au~to truck service be- -
tween Liberty and Anderson. I....
the service is put on it might be
asgood thing to extend it to Pick
The wedding bells will ring
next Friday night at the school
house. Don't fail totiear them.
An up to-date high society wed
ding will take place but with
this peculiar feature, all those
who take part will be men. Yet
they will each be dressed in the
yery latest Paris styles. Yes,
the mother-in-law and the old
maid sister will both be there
and it will be worth more than
the price of admission just to
see them. See if you can guess
who they are when they march
in. The color scheme of white
and yellow will be carried.t.
t TO DRINK
Bennington-Hall Bakerized Steel
The Votan Mocha and Java
TeVtnTea is the Best in the .
A mellow, fine and satisfying U
XCoffee and Tea with a de
lightful, lingering after
SFolger, Thornley & Co. + Au
We mean it-in the latest sense
of the word. Turn your heads t
this way, if you are in need of
Rubber Goods of any kind for
any purpose. Here you will find ~ a
them in the best qualities from+
an ordinary tooth brush up to 4
the largest article.
Nyal's Face Cream is as good 4
in winter as it is in summer. 25..
and 50 cents.
Iotton was bringing 5R cents .
Ve wish to thank thase of our
>scribers who have responded
promptly to the notices sent
leginning next Monday the
:kens train will connect with
ithern train No. 29 at Easley,
ich arrives there at 8.21 a. m.
)n account of several cases
ng compromised out of court,
fall term of court for Pick
county adjourned last Wed
,day, two days earlier than
k large number of Pickens
)ple attended Ringling's circus
Greenville last Wednesday.
e Pickens train made an ex
trip to make connection with
-.40 at Easley and waited un
No. 41 came from Greenville
dagistrate A. S. Porter and
F. S. Porter went to Colum
Thursday and carried John
berts to the state hospital for
, insane. Roberts is the man
LO jumped from a tree, near
,rrett's store last week, and
)ke both arms.
Fas. H. Brown, of Liberty,
s made a voluntary assign
mnt to Jas. P. Carey, Jr. Mr.
wn has been conducting a
ieral store at Liberty -for
reral months only and has
totically a new stock of goods.
e creditors will meet at Liber
on October 15 to decide on
position of goods assigned.
[he First lyceum number to
pear in Pickens this season
l1 be at the school auditorium
vember 17. The attraction
LI be the Welch-Christensen
mpany and Edna Means, a
npany of four ladies, and
I be a musical attraction. It
said to be one of the best
ertainments sent out by the
ll the young couples who
expecting to be married soon
)uld be present Friday night
the school house to see that
dding which is to take place
re in order to get some point
There will be plenty of
,m. All the young ladies
I1 want to get copies. of the
emony that they may Use it
en they "'step off."
and your next or
r for printing to
de Sentinel and
have it printed
SONE card WON
)n ,a bride and ruined
* atif. How?
By LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE
'he most remarkable moving
icture play and story ever
written. By far the best work
f this master literary work
an. A real masterpiece of
bills from start to finish.
t will be printed serially in
Eis paper and you will read it
vith extremre interest.
tcb for*L th Opnin f.I.n.stle
If you've got a drop of red blood i
one bit faster to the tune of romai
-then you've something in 'st
you've ever read or seen that you
We cinched thdxclusive publication rights
to Louis Joseph Vance's new sensation,
The Try 0' neasrat
The Universal Film Manufacturing Co. pro
nounced The Trey 0' Hearts the best action
story for film purposes they had seen in
three years. They backed up their judgment
by putting the punch and $200, ooo cash
into a set of pictures that are more than re
markable - they're simply extraordinary.
Won't Cost You One Red Penny
You read a paper regularly. Read ours and
get all the soul-stirring, heart-gripping in
'stallments of The Trey 0' Hearts-it sets a
mile mark in literature and it won't cost
you a penny more to read it,
A, By Louis J<
Author of "The Fortune Hunter," "Th
It will be our next serial and you
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Methodist
Requests the honor of your PRESEN
At the marriage of
Miss Elvira Lucretia Zollicoffer (Mr. B. 8. J
Mr. Obediah Hezekiah Turtletoe (Mr'. A. P.
At eight o'clock
On the evening of Friday, October sixteenth, nil
In the School Auditorium
Pickens, S. C.
Reception immediately after ceremoi
R. S. V. P. with 25c or 15c at the door, accordin
OnOctober 6 at 2.30 o'clock., ________
t the home of the bride's pa- FoSevc- f
ents in Pickens, Miss Moneta China boar. Price $'
Stewart became the bride of Mr. service. J. Alonzo]1
Willie Edens. Rev. A. E. How- C:, R. F. D. No. 3.
rd performed the ceremony in -Farmers, would
he presence of a good ly number Warrior" or "Kelly
f relatives and friends. for 75e? Or shoes a
The bride is the eldest daugh- me? Orth beoust
er of County Treasurer Stewart gen at pounds fav
and is popular among her asso- tainly pays to see T.
iates. Mr. Edens is a son of.
r. W. A. Edens and is a young earantedAnmondus
an oprms. Aing our products to fa
This popular couple have the some means for stai
ery best wishes of many friends furnish bond signed
for a long, use ful and happy life, Frenpo Addressvi
They will make their home in anreerence.ii
ickens. '________For Sale-17 full-bi
and Berkshire shoi
Smith-Pilgrim Alonzo Brown, Centi
Married, at the residence of For Sale-Fulghu:
Rev. D, Weston Hliott on Main per bushel, at Folge
treet in Easley, S. C., Wednes- For the benefit of
ay afternoon, October 7, Mr. have been using Dr.
harles Elford Pilgrim of Pierce- toilet powders, I hi
own, Anderson county,and Miss ments to place it wit
Edna Bruce Smith, daughter of Pickens Hardwareya
r. and Mrs. Elihu, Smiith of ayon wsing any tha
ear Easley, S. C. The attend- truly, Roy Allen, ag4
ats were Miss Mamie S~nith, oasFrSl.'
ister of the bride, and Mr. Eu- 75c per bushel. G.
ene Mc lanahan of Greenv il.Wnd-0cos
wood. 4 feet length,
en and progressive farmers of Pickens Cotton Mill.
is community, and is to be con - _______
ratulated on winning a com
anion so worthy as Miss Edna
hey have the best wishes ofMOTHRa
hst of friends. H.
Lyc-Cantrell IIUOSARY ii
Married, at the residence of Tells How Vii
W. J. Lynch, father of the Strength and
ride, on September 23, in the
resence of invited relativesMr. Weak Worn
eo Ca~ntrell to Miss Tea ner .Her Charge.
ynch, both of Pickens county. Rosary.Hill Home,
ev. B. C. Atkinson officiated. -"I have been at w
fter the ceremony the guests and por for nery
ere invited into the dining down, weak oremaci
oom, where a sumptuous sup- have been visibly be
waited them. On the follow- patient, a young wo
ing day we assembled at the and ilshe coudhr
hme of the groom's father. Mr.-o aid, an suplea i
ackey Cantrell, where we eni- and in a month whe
oyed a sumptuous dinner. Soon thank me I hardly re
fer the bride and grc'om left was strong, her color
for a visit to his brother in An- heeks roundedout
erson county. They will make more people may kn
heir home in Pickens county. there is nothing ma
ONE PRESENT. the world than to r<
___________Mother M. ALPHONSA
Gillespie-Wood Such disinterested
monv should convinc
Married, October 11th by merits of Vinol, our
agistrate W. H. Grant at the and iron tonic to bu
residence of the bride's parents, strengt for aleal
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gilles pie of work, worry orchroni
Pickens route :3, Miss Emma If Vinol fails to bene
Gillespie to Mr. James Wood of money.
ne Tinc Pickens Drua Co..
Jr - Heart
n your veins-if your heart beats
ige-adventure-love and mystery
ore so far ahead of anything
il forget the best among the rest.
"The Fortune Hunter"-"The Black Bag"
-"The Brass Bowl' '- Louis Joseph Vance wrote
'em all. You know what millions thought of these
stories. You know how the gripped-thrilled and
inspired. But Tim -Tvy O Hsars overshadows them
all. Vance has set himself a mark in this story he'll
never beat and we doubt if even he, master of the
written word, will ever pen another like it. Actioq
-plot and telling, all combine to push T/1 Trry O'
Hearts into the top notch of the best sellers in
Mental Back Somersaults
No matter how clever, you can't fathom the
plot of The Trey 0' Heart' one inch ahead of the
words you're reading or the scene you're viewing.
It keeps you turning mental back somersaults all
the way whether you're reading the story or seeing
The imagination of this man Vance is super
human-surprise Is too mild a word to describe situ
ations TA Trey 0' IJsarts Is filled with to overfiow
ing. And the end of every installment, written or
pictured, is a startling climax that leaves you tense In
every nerve, waiting and watching for the next one.
i Black Bag," "'he Bras. Bowl," Etc.
and your friends want to read it
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Dhurch IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Norman Julian et al., Plaintiffs,
Alice Phillips et al., Defendants.
In pursuance of a decretal order
oh1~ol1)in the above stated case by Hon. S.
ohnson)V. G. Shipp, presiding judge, dated
September 30th, 1914, and on file
the clerk's office, I will sell to the
DuBose) highest bidder on salesday in No
vember, 1914. during the legal hours
for sale, at Pickens Courthouse,
icten furten jSouth Carolina,-the following pieces,
etee fouteenparcels or tracts of land, to-wit:
All those three pieces, parcels or
tracts of land lying and being in the
county and State aforesaid, in Easley
township, adjoining lands of W. A.
7 Lark, R. F. J.enhardt and others, the
to yor age first tract containing forty-nine acres,
O JO~ age more or less, and is fully described
in a deed made by A. fl. Heaton to
SW. H. Julian, dated 3rd day of De
cember, 1902, and recorded in book
NOTIC X, page 311. The second tract ad
joins the first tract above and con
_____________tains twenty-three acres, more or
li-blooded Poland- less, and is fully described in a deed
~.00 and guarantee made by Elvira Trainham and Mellie
Irown, Central, S. Allison to W. H. Julian, ,dated 12th
day of December, 1903, alid recorded
___________in book NN, page 14.0' The third
'ou buy a "Red tract adjoins the two tracts above
Flint Edge" Axe and contains fourteen and three
10c above cost to fourths (14 3-4) acres, more or less,
offee, parched or and is fully described in a deed made
r $1? Or tobacco by W. A. Lark to W. H. Julian, dated
nion sets. It cer- 8th day of December, 1004, and re
D. Harris. corded in Book NN, page 141, the
three tracts aggregating eighty-six
:rious myn who can and three-fourths (86 3-4) acres,
and expenses sell-. more or less.
emers. Musthave Terms:'- One-half cash and the
'ting expenses and balance on a credit of twelve months.
by two responsible The credit portion to be secured by
T. Rawleigh Co., a bond of the purchaser and a mort
Eg age, occupation gage of the premises with interest
24 from day of sale on the cre'dit -por
~odd~lan-Ci. tion at 8 per cent per annum, with
soe~ln-hathe privilege of the purchaser or pur
.ts and pigs. J. chasers paying all cash on day of
-al, S. C., R. F. D. sale. Terms of sale must be com
_____________plied with in one hour after sale or
ni seed oats, $10 it will be resold on day of sale at
r, Thornley & Co. the risk of the former purchaser.
_____________Purchaser to pay for all papers and
my customers who recording the same.
Toyman's soap and A. J. BOGGS,,
ve made arrange- Clerk of Court.
h my father at the ______________
id Grocery Co., and
>f it can get same CLERK'S SALE.
tore. Yours very
nt. 23___ State of South Carolina,
~xas rust proof at County of Pickens.
A. Ellis, Pickens. IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Gaines & Gassaway's Merchandise
of first-class pine Co., Plaintiff,
at $2.50 per cord. vs.
17tf R. P. Gaines and Farmers' Bank of
OE IIn pursuance of a decretal order
in the above stated case by Hon. S.
W. G. Shipp, presiding judge, dated
ILL H owlrksofie ill sell to the
hihetbidr nsalesday in No
IVLvember, 1914, during the legal hours
for slat Pickens Courthouse,
South Carolina, the following de
scribed lots of land, to-wit: . All
10l Restores that certain piece, parcel or lot of
Vitality to the lan lying and being in the above
.Saeand county, in' the town of
Out Ones ini Central, consisting of four lots
known in the town survey as lots
Nos. 2, 3 and 4, each of which is
Hawthorne, N.Y. fifty feet by two hundred feet, con
>rk among the sick taining three-fourths of an acre,
ighteen years, and more or less, adjoining lot No. 1,
ed Vinol for run- right-of-way of Southern Railway
ted patients, they Company, Chestnut Street and North
aefited by it. One Gaines, also one other lot or tract
nan, was so weak of land lying and being in Pickens
ly creep to my door County. State of South Carolina, in
ing on a friend's town of Central, adjoining the afore
ol to her liberally said lots, containing one-fourth of
a she returned to an acre, more or less.
cognized her. She Terms, cash. Purchasers to pay
carming and her for papers and for recording the
These words are same. Terms of sale xiust be com
art, in order that plied with in ~ehour after sale
>w about Vinol, a.s or the premises 11i be resold.
eme hapie k T. J. BOGGS,
LATHRoP,o.S.D?., Rlr fCut
and reliable testi- (LER SALE.
e everyone of the
lelicious cod liver iState of So ua
ild up health and County of ,lia
:ened and nervous IN CO ~ (NPES
:aused from over- Fannie MN LES
:coughs and colds. s, Plitif
it we return your Elise B- -
In p tr et al., Defendants.
Pickens. S. C. made in t . ;ce of a decretal ordeN
Sabove stated case by hi:
n We are talking again On tgs
subject because we want to irl- 9
E press on your mivids the fact
9 that successful farmers have be- g
come so through the use of this n
same machinery, and what oth
ers can do you ought to, do. 1
The earth is full of wealth n
waiting for some one to dig it u
n out, but you will never pry it all '
m loose with bare hands or the. old 9
If you saw a do road
1 you would piek 1tup. Our.m
chinery means a good many dol
Q lars "picked up" for you. Bet
ter start your "picking" now.
The Store of Real Values
Pickens, S. C.
The Expense of Makin~g the Crop
Should Be Paid Out of the Crtop
Fertilizer is a necessary expense
in making a crop. The Ferti
lizer debt should be among the
first debts paid.
Anderson Phosphate and Oil Co.
Honor, Judge T. J. Mauldin, at eham-Sot Calith
bers, dated September 5, 1914, I ladt-wtlll
sell to the highest bidder on salesthtpepaclo trtof an
day in November, 1914, during thelyn adbegintecuyad
legal hours for sale at Pickens Court-Steafrsionw esofSxMl
house, South Carolina, the following adHyscekwtr tKoe
tract or lot of land; to-wit: All that Rvr.donn ad fH .Lw
piece, parcel or lot of land in Pickens rne amradohradcn
County, State of South Carolina, on tmn n ude n wnyto
South Saluda River, .-~ntaining- two(12 acemr or ls, ad
hundred thirty-four agi'es, inore or kona rc o fteAeie
less, and described as follows: Be- Lwec ada hw yapa
ginning at a stake in the road andmaeb E.CEdn onte 2t
running thence N 50 W 100 chaindaofSpebr197
to a white oak stump, thence S 54 Trs ah ucaest a
W 11.00 chains to a corner, thence frppr n o eodn ae
N 61 2-3 W 61.25 chains to a pine,Temofslmutbcmpidwh
thence N 67 E 14.50 chains to ainoehuafrsle rtepem
red oak, thence N 41 E 19.00 chains ie ilb eoda~h iko h
to a rock, thence N 4 W 6.50 chainsfomrpchsr
to a red oak, thence N 29 W 7.72 A .BGS
chains to a white oak xom, thence Ceko or.
5 67 E 3.75 chains to a corner, thence
N 80 E 2.00 ch@ins .to a post oak,CLRSSAE
thence 5 67 E 3.10 chains to a Span
ish oak, thence S 36 1-2 E 5.00 chains Saeo ot aoia
to a pine, thence S 58 1-2 E . ... Conyo.Pces
chais t a ockthece 62 So2.5tI CUrolna the COMOng LES
chais t a ycamre n te ba scri.Be n ra t of Planto-ifA
of thehbranchethenceelior thecmean-laSd
ders o saidbrancht~tslouth n ei ng n etha. efndyand
whereit jons Suth luda River djIn ingrsu an of H. derea order
thene donth meadersofsidencte Pabover satd casers and Hon-S
wit th lie o th dich naso tann onie innded clek' offienty-twl
erlydirctio toa polar(thece) sel acrh hes t bdder onss, and
22 12 E .50 hain to roknow day tran November, 1914 dinte
thene S6 W2.25chans o aLaene hours for showne b at Platen
popar nni tenc s s E 3.0 Curtue , Souh C arodens a, the 12th
5.9 chinsto re oa; tenc N Ttec, prc er s to lad
68 14 E5.0 chinsto Spnis l apes and in situate ingh aoe.
oak; tence N79 1-E8.3Tchri s me sae anmuty conaidning
thene wih th lie orthe oad in Eadnesou and fther sl repre m-b
a souhweserly diretion 19.5 p la l he resod a tthe by sk Bofwte
n tatpat fheAlxaderpa e r to urhch patserenc ishrb
set ff t R. . Foterby W A. ~defor urt er k Cripti .
andshon o th pltotht tate o ll outhr adfro rdie
Th blnc o heAlxndr lC on.Term of kens + -sbcm
beinst ock to ec C. L. 2ote .2 INf plied wit within on PLr rE
ecis ad tycamore ofn aa .pemssr a the risanfth
oflteanr t ec C. L. Fote an-.freprhsr
d ser , a rnrs tas LmosterAh, OGS
anw ohertjon Sotd Jaua 28River;k Cort
18heneordn the ffie of i
Tiers of ale : O ehaf as h ohnae o ot aoia
with the slieo the balace on a crdisou ntth-ikes
oferlve mietonts the cdi popl r tn S NCUT FCOMNPE~
toplascr ednm; the bon of E . mt ta.,Panif,
pchasrs an a ortence of the E
premcises so anrd credit otnc N .E mt ta. eedns
b81Earg inter s o da ofspaleinshsaceo erea
atth ra t ofrin g;terce nt 2.30 canin teaoesae aeb o.S
nuauntite pad, thenpuche r or pur- 9 .00 . ipdtdSbtme 0
chasers to ayfralp esan re-1 4,ad oni in the' road; of
cordne oft the lieo'tera ice ilsl otehgetbde
aAothetel diecio B 19.55 s sdyi Nvmer 94,dr
Cot of PcR. n. Fotety . A t frsid n ih
Heser COUR S., SeptMMON PLEAS 1902, ajoni
C.nE shobnon t alPlatffsa d te.~ Wila
Ipr sunce of to dere ofr 'Ers
iln de the o C.ated-caserb and. R.* ppr
M~ . ser, prersd, as dC. L.Foter .T
the9 and reoddi-h fleo
highst ofMseCneac fr
Pickens Conyi okD ae26
dayor sale, h aac nacei