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WEiUA 1:AI' A (,AR L~OAD 01"
AT CAREY'S GARAGE
-See us before buying.
CAREY & RICHEY, Pi~kens.
J. ROBT. MARTIN
ATTOR NI AND CO UNS i',L()li
-ImNill: IIIlo 1) AN I) A IN STitEI:'TN
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PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Phones F I" 4
(.reti1I, s~. C. l'leketi'. S. .
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
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kyour Drugta for CH1.CH$S.Ti#R SA
bIAMOND BRAND PILL1S in RDn nd I
GOLD inetallic boxes, sealed With Blue
)Ubbon. TAKIS NO OTURR. Buy ef your
bvugI.lk and ask for ORHI.OUEB.TEuR B
)DIAMONDs BRAND PITLS., for tweuty-fite
dears regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BYALL DRUGGISTS
4aW EVERYWHERE -TED
TIME TABLE NO. 13, SUPER
IN EFFECT MI
- No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 Dis. Sti
7.30 A.M 11.00 AM 2.55 P.M Lv. 0 Pi
'7.35 " 11.05 " 1.00 " 1- F(
7.5 " 11.15 " 3.10 " 5 Pi
7.0"11.20 " 3.15 " 7 A1
11.30 " 3.20 " 8. M
8.05 " 11.26 " 3.25 " Ar. 9.3 Ei
x No agent.
No. 1 connects with Southe
'Nos. 3 and 4 connect with South
1L2. Nos. 5l and 6 connect with
Express handled by the Pickens
information apply to J. T. T.
~vith the rig'ht kind of i
' prices. As proof that mn:
been here in bulsineCss for
mnade enough mnoney to
dligging4)." Everything 11
SundlerwVear that is needet
saving prIiees. Cold weat
Blankets and heavy andW
Wodi andl cotton d1ress g
NI (10 not forget the men ai
and eassimeres for their
Overall on the market.
if goods and prices are n<
A. K. PARE
Pickens Cotton Market
' ~.. Corrected by Folger, Thornley & Co.)
Cotton see was $35 a ton in Piekens
Married, by J. B. Newbory,P.
J., at his residence October 31,
3.15 Miss Lillie Stancel and Mr.
The Cash Market
Many thousands of ties
will be sold here this fall
and winter. Your thrifty
neighbor will no doubt
market several hundred.
Do you realize that FIRST
CLASS TIES bring FORTY
DOLLARS per hundred
and that it cost only TEN
to TWELVE Dollars to
have them cut. The wise
farmer will save the money
he has received for this
year's crop and make cross
ties pay his expenses until
he markets another.
FiinsTi CrLAss Tiss 40 C.H'N'rs
SEcoND " " 2 '
A. B. TAYLOR
Pickens, S. C.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims against the
estate of the late J. H. G. McDaniel
must present the same, duly proven, or
or before the 20th day of November,
1915, or be debarred payment; and all
persons indebted to said estate must
make payment on or before the above
date to the undersigned.
B.. T. MCDANIEL,
P. P. MCDANIEL,
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 8th day o t December, 1915, at 11
o'clock in the . orenoon, or as soon
thereafter as id application can be
heard, for lea\ to make final settle
ment of the e. tate of S. A Parsons,
deceased, and o. Lain discharge as ad
ministrator of sai l estate. .
29 G. W. IonR, Administrator.
See The Sentinel for Printing
CEDING TIME TABLE NO. 12
\RCH 21, 1915.
itions. No. 2 No. 4 No. 6
ekens 'Ar 9.20 A.M 2.00 P. M 4.10 P.3
rrguson x 9.15 " 1.55 " 4.05
rsons x 18.05 " 1.50 " 3.55
rialis x 18.55 " 1.45 " 3.45"
auldins x .50 " 1.32 " 3.40"
Isley Lv. .45 " 1.33 " 3.35"
'n Railway train Nos. 29 and 4i
ern Railway trains Nos. 39 ani
Southern Ry. tramn No. 11. Al
Railroad company. For furthei
LYLOR, Supt., Pickens, , .
-y Goods at the right
- prices are' cheap, have 'A
25 years and have niot
retire; have to "keep
dry goods,'hosiery and
I nafamnily atmo y
heri wvill come, buyl~ your
[er'wear andI be readyv.
oods .in great variety'.
.nd b)oys' flannels, jeans A,
wear. The best $1.00
...ontinuie to call on me,
>t right you don't have
I, West End
The Southern Railway
Premier Carrier of the South.
N. 11. The following schedule figure
are published as information anid ar
No. Leaving Easley Tfimei
42 From Seneca to Charlotte 8.88 a n
12 " Atlanta to Charlotte 1.38 p
40 "Atlanta to Charlotte, 6,25 p n
89 " Charlotte to Atlanta 12.01 p r
.11 " Charlotte to Atlanta 4.00 pr
1 41 " Charlotte to A tlanta 9.55 pi
20* * Washington to Bham__7.37 at
*Stop on signal to receive passeiger
' for Atlanta.
'Fcr em:rplete i nformnation write
, W. R. T1A;ERt,
SP. & T. A ., Greenville, . C,
State of South Carolina,
Coiunty of Pickens.
In the Court of Common Pleas.
Pursuant to a decree signed by Judge
R. W. Memminger on the 21st day of
October, 1915, in the case named below.
I will offer for sale to the highest bid
der in front of the court house door at
Pickens, South Carolina, on Sale Day in
December, 1915, between legal hours of
sale, the tract of land below described.
William J. Broughton, plaintiff, vs. J J.
McAbee and M. J. McAbee, defendants.
All that piece, parcel and tract df
land lying and being situate in the state
and county aforesaid, on the west side
of Camp Creek, adjoining lands of David
Kay, David 'Parrott, Harvey Chapman
and others having such shape, form and
lines as shown by a plat recorded with a
deed made to W. F. Broughton by Ed
ward Watson, dated 5th day of 1'ebru
ary, 1895, and recorded in book P., page
307, and containing sixty (60) acres,
more or less.
Terms of Sale-Cash, and in the event
the purchaser fails to comply with the
terms of sale within five (5) days after
day of sale the Special M astei' do re
advertise and resell on the following sale
(lay or some convenient salesday there
after, at the same place and on the same
terms heretofore set out, at the risk of
the former purchaser, and that he con
tinue so to do until he has found a pur
chaser so comply with the terms of sale.
Purchaser to pay for papers and stamps
JAMES P. CAREY, Jr.,
28 Special Master.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims against the
estate of the late John Mc Smith must
present the same, duly proven, on or
before the 1st day of December, 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. MRS. E. E. SMITH,
Notice of Intention to Claim Homestead
Whereas, Mary Heaton, widow of
John H. Heaton, has filed a petition in
my office praying that homestead in the
lands and personal property of her late
husband, the said John H. Heaton, de
ceased, be set off to her and her chil-.
Notice is hereby given to all concerned
that said petition will be acted upon'
and granted as provided by law unless
sufficient legal objections are interposed.
A. J. -3OGGS (Seal), C.C.P.
Paintliug and Panerhanugtng
-All kinds. See me at Pickens. Work
guaranteed. William Anderson. 27
A PECK of good coffee for $1, guaranteed to
please or money back. A Kelly Axe ,ic. As
good tobacco made 14 plugs $1. A lot of men's
sample hats worth $": to P2.50, for $1. A big lot
[ of men's and boys' pants from f6c up. In fat
times or lean times get in the habit of seeing
mie, for it pays to see 1'. 1). latrris.
For Sale-Fresh milk cow. See G.
A. Ellis, Pickens. 28
'B ent-A two-horse farm, near
good diurch and school, in Cross Roads
section. See WV. A. Arledge. 27
I Wool Rolls for sale at Craig Bros.
[ Co., Pickens, S. C.
I SiP ECI A , O)iFFER-Tlo patients coming fromi
Plckens county to our Greenville oilice for eye
work: As we are members of the Chamber of
Con merce, we refund railroad fares. .\. A.
Odomn, coussniting O)ptometrist-Opticiana. presi
dent 'The G lobe Optieal ('o., Masonicemle
Greenville. $. t:. e l,
linmg us your chickens, eggs, but
ter, etc. Highest market price will be
p~aidl. Craig Bros. Co., Pick ens.
'Don 't forget to rea'd the ad
vertisements this week. It may
save you monev
No excuse nowadays
for the man who puts
meal in one saddlebag
adrocks in the other to
bala nce it.
No excuse nowadays,
either, for the merchant
who is satisfied with 5
or 10 per cent profit from
his advertising when with
1 per cent of extra effort
he could obtain 20 or
30 per cent profit.
Poor advertising payst
Good advertising pays
Intelligent readers of
-g this newspaper will ob
serve that our merchants
are telling their selling
stories in an up to date,
snappy, effective manner.
I Our business men are
alive. This paper is alive.
The reason we say better times is because it
we know it? Because the people of Pickens
goods; because the people are paying more c
word "Time-prices" that hurts everybody;
because those who could not pay bills in 191
making prompt settlements of same in full;
Company is now in better shape to serve the
We are now full -to the brim with the
best Farni Implements that money can
buy, such as the Walter A. Wood Flexible
Disc -larrow. Be sure and see this har
row before you buy. Any owner will
gladly recommend it to you. 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
4 give one pure Aluminum Roaster free.
4 These roasters retail at $3 each. Our stoves
Groceries! Our line of Groceries is alw
that we can select. We do
Try a sack of Oxford's Best Flour, a Diamc
Bacon in glass jars, also Breakfast Bacon in
Meadow Grove Cheese; everybody knows it
for country produce, such as chickens, eggs,
seed; in fact, most anything you raise on ti
for it. Come and see us.
OF THE BETTER KIND A
You Women wi
should come and inspect the goods lis
favor by doing so, because they are r
you money. It's not passible in an ad
their importance to you. You muns
know values, you will appreciate the,
Kumfy Kloth-the ideal thing for la
dies' coats, 56 inches wide. As the clerk
Sto show it to you -$1.50 yard.
Garbadine in all colors, 25c vard.
Poplin, all the new patterns, 15c and
The best work shoe you can buy, $1.98..
Good "brogan" Shoe, $2 valne, $1.75.
Tan and black, English last, cloth tops
and leather tops, the very latest, $3.50,
$4.50 and $.00.
Good values in G-un Metal and other
leathers, $1.98, $2.48 and $2.98.
Beacon Shoes in all leathers, $2.90, $3.48
Again We Say, "Come and See"--We w~
pect to get it is by giving you muore v;
elsewhere. As you know, the policy
thereby to sell more.
Edwin L. i
"Qualiy Ten--" Easlej
" The Store This
IS bette times and we know it. Why do
3 county are buying more goods and better
ash for their goods and are cutting out the
because people are paying amounts 'in full:
I on account of low price of cotton are now
because the Pickens Hardware and Grocery
people that we have ever been before,
ing for $12.50. It has no equal. Most of
the farmers know they save money by
buying the Perfection Iron Beam Plow
Stock and Turner, getting two in one.
Remenmber the William J. Oliver Turn
Plow with a guaranteed standard. When
you break one of them we renlace it free
are as good as money can buy for $10 to
$28. Get your room fitted up with an up
to-date heater or grate. We have a big
supply on hand and at prices that you can't
turn down. Our line of Shelf Hardware
is complete and we can fill almost any or
der in this line See our line of Rubber
Roofing. A big lot on hand at a low price.
ays complete with the best grades of goods
not buy a low grade eatable for the table.
nd 0 Han, small box Pigmies, Breakfast
strip, sliced to suit you; Boiled Ham on ice,
is the best; try it. We have a big demand
hams, Irish potatoes, corn, oats peas, cane
ie farm, and we pay highest market price
E & GROCERY CO.
T THE SENTINEL OFFICE
10 Know Values
ted below-you will dio yourself a big
cally uncommon values that wvill save
Ivertisement to make you fully realize
t see the good1s themselves. If you
valuie-giving power of this store.
Wool Poplin, good value, 98c and $1.48
Plaids, cotton and wool,10~c, 25c and 48c
"Red Seal" Dress Ginghams, 15c value,
Oood pair heavy Shoes. Our price $1.29.
Latest style in clIoth top. Our price,
$1.98 and $2.48.
Black cloth top. white laces, English
last. somiethimw new, $2.48, $2.98 and
Other gbod viluies in Shoes, guaranteed
solid leather, $1 .48, $1.69 and $1.98. But
ton and lace.
"Zeigler" Shoes in all leathers, $2.98,
$3.48 and $3.98.
ant your' trade. Thei only way we ex
dlue for your imoniey than you can get
of this store is to "sell it for less" and
Bolt &~ C..
~S. C. "Pices Sell"
&'s 4Iways Busy"(