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Corpmepowing on the "farm
just vest of the city limitg at 11
o'clock a. m. Wendesd y, Nov
ember 10th, we, the ex outors of
the wills of Hon. Laban Maul
(in and of M. P. Rogera, deceas
ed, will sell to the highest bidder
at public auction the consolidat
ed ifarming properties of both
estates. These farms comprise
more than Four Hundred Acres
and have been sub-divided int'
TEN Splendid Medium-Sized
Farms, the smallest being ef%22
acres, the largest of a fractign
over 70 acres. They are loettdi
on two of the main public high
ways of Pickens county, within
five minutes ride of the busiess
center of Easley, S. C., and their
eastern boundaries are within
three minutes walk of the dtf
limits. The former country
homes of both owners, desirsblp
buildings of frame construction,
with a number of tenant houses
and out-buildings are conyen
ientlv located on these sub-dii-'
sions. The soil of these lands is
the kind that is the boast of the
upper South Carolinian-r e d
clay with sandy loam top soil.
In general contour these farms
are rolling and well drained.
They have the ideal combination
of sel and location for thegrow
.h of all such staple (crops and
fruits as are com mon to the
To the small honseeker this
*.le offers the one supreme op
pirtunity; here you can make
your dream of a close to the eitv
country hone become a living
For maps of properties with full
J. K. DURST. Pres. Bank of
W. F. EVA TT, E4'asley, S. C.
L. A. ROGERS, Contractor,
C. S. HALL. Easley, S. C.
F. V. ('DELL.
Surveyor of Properties
Wool Roll% for sale at Craig Br.
Co.. Pickens, S. C.
SPi IAL <M -1: - 'aitients coing froFin
Smke, county to our Ureenville otice for eye
wori: A i e are members of the Chamber of
Com mere. we refuntl railroai fares. .\. .\.
kOdomn.vonul~tinr i-tomietrhst-Optiian. presi
(.renvilk.. S. t_.
Bring us your chickens, eggs, but
ter, etc. Highest market price wvill be
;aid. Craig Bros. Co., Pick ens.
All Fersnona indebted to me please1
ca.ll and settle in full by November 1st.
R. B. Waldrop. Pickens, S. C. 25
For' sale--Mare seven years old. See
J. P. Carey. Jr.. Pickens.
Fownd - Near the Pickens cemetery,
a bunch .of keys. Owner may get same
by callmng at The Pick ens Sentinel office.
Lest-One black and brown femal
pg, about six weeks old. Finder will
be rewarded if returned to Eulis Earle
(colored), at Ben Hlagood'a place.
a bafrga un worth *N er Ifb -~ev;oaf~~
OVER LAND S
AT CAREY'S GARAGE
See us before buying.
CAREY & RlCHEFY, Pi.ckens.
T hey Presa
ed Rea Auctio
ed. N ember 10,11915
On t same day at a latei
hour in the city of Easley. we
will se to the highest bidder'a
Pulqlic auction the city realty
and rsonal property of the
Ron. Laban Mauldin. These
pi'ope 'ties include his former
citV home on South Main street,
a 'commodious residence with
-water and light connections,
located on a lot of .splendid
dimensions and having a full
vppplenent of out buildings.
A well constructed, metal
jo' d qpttage on a big lot on
Also two vacant lots on Smith
If you desire a close in city
HldMtin the fastest growing city
of the Piedmont Belt you can
secure it at this sale as the prop
ered kfe practically located in
the main business district being
only' o city blocks from the
likef er station of the South
ern railway and in splendid
Your future prosperity and
the progress of Easley now
approach you hand in hand.
T i'Ei : M in Iar n ulana id elty really: Ten
per ettil if the litcreh se oln Iay fif sale i at
na raitee of tgoos fait I wit I forfeitu re for ioit
'omipliance. The remnaintler of purehase price
to loe pail inl three equal foalhnent-as follows:
ine-third ktn Decembiler 1 111
Ile-tiord on Novebiter 11). 1911.
t ite-third on NMvenber 10, 1917.
Intere't , per vent. per annum, purchater giv
iu e r t mortgage anil ltying for palpers.
(1 -eroanalI ploperty: asli dly of Stile.
articulars call on or write to:
Greenwood, Greenwood, S. C.
ecutors Mauldin Estate.
lDasley, S. C.
xecutors Rogers Estate.
W. L. PICKENS,
Mgr. of Advertising.
Hobbs-Henderson Co. have
the only millinery shop in Pick
this year and it is complete.
With an experienced and com
petent milliner in charge and a
large variety of hats to select
from it is not necessary for the
ladies of this section to 'go else
where for their hats. This store
has an invitation in this paper
to which we call your attention.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims against the
estate of the late William M. Bowen
must present the same, duly proven, on
or before the 15th day of November,1915,
or be debarred payment; and all per
sons indebted to said estate must make
payment on or before the above date to
the undersigned. LONNIE BOWEN,
Trespass Notices, printed on
cloth, for sale at this office.
Pursuant to commission issued by R.
M. McCown, secretary of state, the
undersigned will open books of sub
scriptIon to the capital stock of the
Fort Hill Land Co. on Friday, October
22, 1915, lat Clemson College, S. C. Said
books of subscription will remain open
one day. HI. HIOUSTON.
11. F. ROBERTSON
I . H-. CI.INKSCAI~rsS
WV. W. ROUTTEN,
Board of Corporatoars.
Pew Ipeople know it, b)u1t a de0
febctive range is a steady drain
on the family p)urse. A range
expert, who wvill have charge of
our Majlestic D emionstration~
week of October 25i will show
von how to reduce household
i. sro E. EIP
you -re not a subscriber
to he Pickens Sentinel and
rec ve a copy of this paper
thi veek it is an Invitation for
ydei to subscribe. We need
you nd you need us.
Di J. L. Vallev was in Green.
ville I Monday on., professional
M4. Noel Garvin df Pendleton
was n Pickens Sunday on im
WIllie and Homer Thompson
of Gteenville spent Sunday with
homefolks in Pickens.
Miss Nannie Porter, who is
teaching at Mauldin, S. C., spent
the week-end with homefolks.
Miss Edna Earle, who is teach
ing at Calhoun, spent Sunday
with her parents in Pickens.
Misses Eula and Johnnie At
taway spent Sunday with home
folks in Pickens.
M. N. Simmons of the Enon
section was in town on business
Pickens Chapter No. 47, R. A.
M., will hold its regular meeting
Friday night at 7.30.
Miss Maude Attaway of Rem
bert spent last week-end with
her aunt, Mrs. B. F. Attaway,
Miss J anet Bolt, a student at
Anderson college, is at the home
of her parents in Easley on ac
count of illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert McKagen
of Greenville spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. H.
Tom H. Ariail has moved from
Easley to the old home place
near Enon church and will look
out for his mother's farming in
W. C. Newton last week re
ceived a fine lot of mules from
North Carolina and is now offer
ing them for sale.
Carey & Richey have just re
ceived a car load of Overland
automobiles. They can be seen
at Carey's garage.
W. E. Edens has been ap
pointed magistrate for Pumpkin
town township, vice S. F. Keith,
Mrs. A. B. Taylor and Misses
Mattie Finley and Lorena Taylor
visited relatives in Atlanta and
Norcross, Ga., last week.
We are glad to report that 0.
S. Stewart, who returned home
from the hospital sometime ago,
continues to improve in health.
We regret to chronicle the
serious illness of Mrs. M. 0.
Looper. Numerous friends wish
for her a speedy and permanent
Let every K. of P. be on hand
at Castle Hall Monday night,
November 1. iWork in the rank
of Page. D. W. HJOTT, 0.0.
2t R. E. LEwIs, K.R.8.
Gus Wilson, wvho formerly
worked for the City Market in
Pickens but who now conducts
a meat business at Pendleton,
spent Sunday here.
Prof. Ben Robertson of Clem
son was in Pickens on business
last week. Prof. Robertson is
one of our own b)oys and1 we are
justly, proud of him.
'. W. Clallaham, of Greenville,
district deputy organizer of the
W~s~i..,vas in Pickens coun ty
looking after the interest of
Woodcraft this week.
The Ladies' Cottage prayer
meeting will meet Friday even
ing at 4 o'clock with Mrs. A. S.
Porter. All the ladies of Pick
ens u'are cordially invited to at
Miss Catherine Wilkes of Blair
le visiting the family of her
uncle, R. E. Yongue, in Pick
ens. Miss Wilkes and Miss Ruby
Baker of Pickens will have
charge of the Peters Creek school
the coming session.
1Nr ll means you want to vis
it the store of Heath-Bruce-Mor
row Co. next week and see a
demonstration of the famous
Majestic range. Be sure to read
the big adyeittisement in this
Issue. Whether you buy or not
It will be worth your time to
learn how these ranges are made.
Casey Porter and Luther Hill
of the University of South Caro
lina spent Sunday with the
former's parents in Pickens.
They are both members of the
Carolina football team and at
tended t h e Clemson-Auburn
game in Anderson Saturday
in which Clemson was deteated
The reason we say better tim s b
we know it? Because the pe pl O E
4 goods; because the people are payig'rmore c
4 word "Time-prices' that hu t? gverybody;
because those who could not ay bills ri 1914
making prompt settlements o same in full;
Company is now in better sha e to serve:the
We are now full to the brim with 'the
best Farm Implements that monQy can'
buy, such as the Walter.A. Wood Flexible.
Disc Harrow. Be sure and 4ee this har
row before you buy. Any owner will
gladly recommend it to y~u. See the
Wood 50-tooth Drag Harrow we are offer
Be sure and see the Allen's Princess
Range before you buy. There is no better
and we can save you from $10 to $20 on a
range. With each cash purchase of an
Allen's Princess Range we are going to
give one pure Aluminum Roaster free.
These roasters retail at $3 each. Our stoves
Groceries! Our line of Groceries is ah
that we can select. We dc
Try a sack of Oxford's Best Flour, a Diam(
Bacon in glass jars, also Breakfast Bacon in
Meadow Grove Cheese; everybody knows it
for country produce, such as chickens, eggs,
seed; ii fact, most anything you raise on ti
for it. Come and see us.
OF THE BETTER KIND A
FEdwin L I
Our Profit 5
-On every purchase yoi
or large, you will receive a
tional cash 'register which
store for valuable premiur
the clerk for information i
F~or. Saturday, October 23, we wvill
in Calico. The kind that is sold at (Se a
pr1ice, .10( yardIs for - -.
This Calico wvili be oni sale for Sati
to a cuistomeri.
See our big circular fc
class Merchandise which a
~-at your door.
~"Shoes ! Shoes !!
Shoes for everybody at the right price.
Men's shoes in all kinds $1.50 to $5r.00.
Ladies' shoes, all kinds4 S$100 to $4.00.
Boys' shoes in all kinds $1.00 to $2.98.
Misses' and children's shoes in all kinds
50c to $1.98.
A good pair heavy work shoes for men,
$2.50 value, our special,' $1.96.
* See our big clircular for prices on all
of our shoes.
Garbadine in all colors 25c yd.
- Poplins ini all colors 25e yd. .
Plaids, good values. 10 and 25c.
We also have a full line of woo) goods in poplin.,
Aeg b val n nelette, extra heavy, 12 1-2e
value, 10c yd.
Edw1n L. A
"Qua lty Yells Easke
"The Store Tat
uciil abubiyng myore . ood1s am4- bettgr
sh f6 theirigos id 'Ae outtin out the
becaus ple ate kbaylain~o~i its fuil
on account of ,low price of cotton arQ now
bedause the Pf fiene Hardvare a Grocery
ople thaw wediaveevtr been be oro,
pie ments '
ing for $12.50. It 4as. no equal. Most of
the farrs O~nw ..tlv -SAVe money, by
buying th*s Perfecalon Iron Beam Plow
Stock and.-Tmner,-getting two in one.
Remember the William J. Oliver Turn
Plow with a guaranteed standard. When
you break one of them we replace it free
are as good as money can buy for $10 to
$28. Oet our, roQm fitted up with an up
to-datb he ter'or grate. We have a big
supply on hand and at prices that you can't
turn down. Our ine of Shelf Hardware
.19 complete and we can fill almost any or
der in this line SQe our line of Rubber
Roofing. A big lot on hand at a low price.
dys complete witi the best grades of goods
not buy a low grade eatable for the table.
nd C Ham, small box Pigmies, Breakfast
strip, sliced to suit You; Boiled Ham on ice,
is the best; try it. We have a big demandI
hams, Irish potatoes, corn, oats peas, cane
xe farm, and we pay highest market price -
E & GROCERY CO.,
r THE SENTINEL OFFICE
a make at this store, small
receipt issued by our Na
will be redeemed -at our
ris and nerchandise. .Ask
Lnd save your receipts.
offer you a big bargain
'l., for Satuirday only our
Ir(day only, starting at 9 a. mn. 10 ydls.
>r Bargain prices in high -
vill be mailed or delivered
Men's Pants, Shirts, Etc.
Just receiyed ..lyig .Iot. of men's khaki
pants $1.50 value, our price, 98c.
Men's work shirts, good value,39c and 48c
Men's underwear 45c value 39c.
Men's pants iti all patterns $1.50 value.98c
Men's overalls, the kind you' pay $1.00
for everywhere, our'price 79c.
"Men's heavy blue otershirts 48c.
When you get ready for that hat, cost suit, dregs,
etc., you will find that a surprise awaits you at this
store in price, style arid qu~ality.
S. C. Pl,.Sl"
s Always Du'