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Double an(1 Single, 50 e(tIS a dIt'z1.
(0 (enItS a <lozen.
80 cen('tS a dozen.
P'ostage 5 eents a <Iozen if ol'(tdere l hv mail.
These b ulb a1)r11eC all of spIIlem1) litI variety.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLUM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
OUR LINE OF
Fall and Winter
1s about complete. Don't
fail to see our new line of
Coat Suits now on display.
See advertisement next week.
SCRAIG BROS. CO., Pickens :8
M~iss Elinor Knight INotice to Debtors and Creditore
Instructor In All persons holing ci lims ais~t~i) the
InsrutorInestate ofI t he l ate W. Art hur Tlhomas
P ' ' '- ".. 011 j(' le ' s a"'' , u" l i"' O ) 01o
iano, V1Uohn,. I F oun r beflorethe 1 dtatsn of otbr. It1.
lr e dlebarredI payment: and all per
dation Specialty oninetdto said es'taemutmk
Affiliated With S. l. ('raig. attorney.
Greenville Womn Colege .,., A A '"" I'i't.
Miss K night has mdiptedlth Notice to Teachers:
"~ Pr gressi ve Series of Piano An examination for teachers will be
.. . held at the cou rt house b riday, Oct. 1.
Les'son1s in teachJin il wish- The e'xaminaition will begin at 9 o'clock.
Ps to1 (cali : t ten it innl tot) ht li nany 1 No person shall be piermit(ted to take
ad van tages of this atithora tative' t he examination who is not at least
text. if ha in ben 1)'P il1it ('( by the eigh teen years of age. .T'eachers are
~V~r(1 & IPUI PS IU SI(*reqluestedl to examine their certificates
worl sgratet nnsc eatcher-t and if' the same will he out of (late he
Pupils I iking this 'oniserva- fore next May they should take theex
tory cotse' anml who w ish to aminiation October 1st. No Board of
teach in ay ge't the~u''it'ch 's Trustees is authorized to employ an
Cert iliente fromt the G.~reenville uncertiiated teaher.
Oman Colege 22 1 C. Sp lIducinl.
Denta Septic Tooth Brush, - 25
Nyal 's Denta Septic Tooth Paste, 25 :
Both for 25c Thursday, Friday, Saturday :n
Nylotis Face Powder (Rice) .
In Flesh, Brunette and White
25 and 50c-You'll like it
KEM WE E PH ARPRACV
:: THE NV4 STORE
Local and Personal
Trade wit.h home liielchant8
as far as posslle By keeping
your luoney at honie you have a
chance to get it back. If you
sentd it. up) 10't. vol will 1lim o1'
see it avain
Born, unto Mir. and Mirs. John
Simmons of Calhoun, Sept. 2I,
Miss lFloride Carey left. last.
week for Starr. S. C., where she
will teach school this winter.
Mr. and Mi's. C. E. lRobinson,
Jr., spent the week-end wit i
the former's parents in Pickells.
Watch for the announcelnent
of the great Rexall One-Cent
Sale at the Pickens Dru (.
as advertised in last week's Col
M1. F. llesteur and wife and soin
Ralph spent. several days in At
lanta last week. They- went
and came back thin the country
111 their new ' Overlandll car with
out a mishap of any kind. ri's.
Wilton hester came hack with
Mrs. Jlohn 'lho'lley alni sol
louie went to \Vellford Thur's
day to attend the funeral of Mrs.
Thomas M. Hill. wife of Mirs.
Thornley's only brother. She
died at her home at l'elham
Wednesday. aged 41 years.
She leaves a husband aid three'
children. Mi r. 1I I is bookkecep'r
for Pelham cotton mill.
The l'Fant-Dnrham mee:in.
which has colitilllt-tI fel' two
weeks. '1111'e t a t'loset S1nl1:a v
night. l'llg i l the m'et ill the
p1'eachling was pl'a l il t3 arnest
anl the music was 11p1111\ tine.
the t'oll;re ra t ions t ar ae and w\ell
behaved, and we hope that mnuh
good will be the lesult.
Mr. B. F. Parsons requests us1
to state that. -207.1i w\as raised
t(o meet te expenses of the Pant
I )urham meeting. This was a
voluntary contribution no one
being asked for a penny. This
namount, covered all incidental
expenses of the meeting and
left a nice purse for Ir. Pant
and .1r. Durham. He also re
quests us to state that eight
song books "Revival Praise",
which he had borrowed were
misplaced during, the meeting.
Mr. Pasons wishes to thank
everyone who assisted him in
any way during the meeting.
Fully 2000 people were present
at the service Sunday night and
the behavior was good.
F"o' sale -122 acres five miles north
of' ('entr-al and C'aihoun, four miles of
Newry. A bout 301 acre's in cultivation,
12 to i5 ai'lcs good ('reek b)ottoml, 25
acres~ wile pasture, balance timbieredl
landl. ( Inc smnalI 3-room house. In one
niile' of church and school and on rural
mail rout e. P rice $12. 5( per acre. IEasy
'lpymnts. ( '. 1E. Itobinson. l'ickens,
lIl '': Ni; lOvi UxIV --N xt -'atlur.ln
*n on' that ley --ni,' tw nw cyner b
twvo-sp~eed motorcycle. Cash or terms,
or will exchange for corn and fodder,
gzoodl mule or other property of' equal
value, A. HI. Arnold, Central, S. C.
Lost - Hetween M r. G. it. lendrick s'
residence and M r. I,. C. Thornie v's
residlence one smnall pilece oif fur. Finrder
will please r'etu irn to The Sen t inet of -
fice and get r'eward.
For Male Several hundred bushels
Iof liastings' Ilundred-to-Onae oats at 75
cents per bushel, Also 75 bushels of
same with vetch, 8-> pounds per budiel.
at $1'.50 per bushel. 'rices f. o. b. I ib
erty or l'ick ens. it. A.-If lter. t.ibert.
S. C. '
For Male Nice hors4- arnd ribber
tire buggy. Will -elI at a Hargain.
I horse four and a half years old, weighs
l1l65 pounds and is ladly broken. rQuali
ties guaranteed in every way,. J. TI.
Itichey, P'ick ens. I tt
l' --li-, fionty to 'Ii ou r'!a-st 'I4-ns a- t ''ro e-.F
4 'ena huh 4. i'd- 1 9 i'ti h'l tojind' lug.
4h viien. '''o,' uling 'h;ltai-lwir ttahu'ih,,gan
fir4.4nvib i' i4
Notice of Final Setflemnent and fDischarge
Notice is herebiy given that I will
mnake applicntion to .1. B. Newbiery,
1':io..1 Judge of I'robate for flikens
county, ini the state of South Carolina,
on the 9th day of' Octobier, I 9i f, at II
o'clock in the forenoon, ' (Jr as soon
thereafter as said application can lie
hearud, for leave to make fiinal settle
mnent of the estate of Jt. B. I~umk in,
deceased, and (obtain dischir ge as ad -
minilstraltrix oif said (estatE.
Mirs. II. (;. l,umikin,
Notice to D~ebtors and Creditors
All piersons hlin~ig claims ainst the
estate of the late .J. Al vuy McWhorter
imust pr('eent thei same14, <luly pr-oven, on
or lbe fo the 15th I daly olf(4 Ocobier, I191r,
or he( debharr'ed Jpayrnenta ;mand all per'
sons ~idebted h.o -aid ex-sit Is tis 1411 fhk'
piaymnent (rn or beore~4 thie ablove daite toi
the iJmder9pgr 44d.
IBALE YOUR HAY!
There are several reasons why it will pay you to '
bale your hay:
First: It will only occupy one-fifth the space g
required to store loose hay.
Second: Hay will bring good prices, and n
baled hay is in shape to market.
Third: Baled hay retains its strength and
more valuable for feeding.
\ We have in stock the I. H. C. Pull Power I .1
0 Portable Press ready for delivery. Get our pr' .
HEATH-BRUCE MORROW COMPANY n
Pickens, S. C,
Those Pickens boys and girls \We are roiuested to announce We are reiluested to announce
who are away at school would that the funeral of the infants that Rev. J, W. Head will
like to get the old home paper of Mi. and 'Mrs. U. E. Nix will preach at Maplecroft Mill, near
every week and we would be be preached by Rev. W. O. 1lol- Liberty, on Saturday before the
glad to send it to any address combe at Antioch Baptist church third Sunday in October at :;
nine months for seventy-five the first Sunday in October at o'clock, and also on the thil
cents. 11. o'clock. Sunday at 11 a. in. and at night.
Edwin L. Bolt & Company
About all of our FALL and WINTER goods have
arrived, and especially in our Ladies' Department.
' You will find it complete and overflowing with pret
tyCoat Suits, Dresses, etc., and you can rest assured
that the style, quality and price will be right. WAe
are offering some exceptional values in Coat Suits a
10, 15, 20 and 25 Dollars
Be Sure and See Our Line Before You Buy!
Millinery ! What You Can Buy for a Dollar !
11)d1 we ar_-_hwin_____n___d___-__a______h__tingfor___,____yardvalue. .
12 vards Bleaching, yard wide, for $1.
Just Received ! This bleachinug is our 10c yard <quality.
'''-v'- andr hig~h ne:k -. i t the th inL' for*j JP "'" '"'." Workl Shirt s, aniy size, cut
cho.Siz-- ; ans- f!'o -2 to ji f M j and good and f ull Itegular 50e Shirt, : for SI.
~ w~ ~ ~ ~ ... ~d .. ~ 1 ~*Hosiery For Children
I nod -fels to 'o 't se and s'. \A P will sell youl an)y size or1 sizes aIssort
oil in goodl Hose, for school wear' at $1 dloz.
Something That Will A ppeal to the School !Fi vP pa~lirten's 25c 110se in silkl and1
Boy' lisl, thread for $1. 4
TIo eachu an d e '.er. y ho' v h at bu1 ys a Suit, T1en pack ages l'agle Thistle Soda ,X8
of (Clothes~- f11 rom '- at .8 ~an ~,td uip we will enakes goodl lanndry Soan, 7 h~oxes Grand
g ivye himii a goodl B .\ 'H 1li. guiiarianteed01 for' mna's Washing Powders, 10 big boxes
onel' ye' Mat ches--All fot' $1.
"Saturday Special Sale" for Saturday, October 2
We hayve ab~out 201) pairs of Ladies' Pure Silk Hlose in tan and bronze colors
wihwe are going to offer you Saturday at a bargain. The brand of' these hose is
th e "Onyx,"' which you all know and know that they sell for 5oc and $1.oo a pair.
We offered these hose to you some time ago and sold about 20:> pairs of them, and
we have ab~out 200par
Pure Silk thread, fornmer price $i .oo, per~ pair, Saturday only, -- - 18c
Silk and cotton lisle thrleadl, former p~rice -,o per pair, Saturday only, pair, li
Remember the brand, "Oniyx," and the quality is sure to be good. Sale will start
at 9 a. m1. and last all day.
Edwin L. Bolt & C0.
Easley, S. C.