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Plant Crimson Clover
Also Alfalft Clover
We Have Them
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. H4ALLWM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
for' -- -__
I say my Store is the place where
you can get more goods for less money
and my customers will tell you. the
Yard wide Sheeting, yard... 5 A complete line of men's and
Danville Plaids, yard.......... boys' Hats and Caps of the very
Riverside and Southern Silk latest styles.
Cheviots, yard ................ 9c A full line of boys' Clothing,
All grades Dress Gingams, prices ranging from $1.25 to $7.
per yard, from ......... 9 to 12c A complete line of men's Clo
Heaviest weight Outings, thing; prices to suit the buyers.
per yard, from.......... to , I now have the largest line of
Shoes I have ever handled be
Silks from 25c to :1 yard. fore
Ladis' Corsets from 25c to $1. A complete line of Fresh Gro
U. M. C. Shells, per box, 4.5c. ceries always on hand.
We carry in stock almost any
W, per hx, 45c- thing that trade demands.
We want your frying size Chickens, and fill bay you tic
-pound tp to 30cA per chicken. We pay pc pound for hens and 30c a
dozen or egrgf.
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Tue sa of the Wdath~ of I)otfre he(aeST
leamps sl at h is ootalme i 1AN V 1,PC E S
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was l kot mine Piwere
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theacidet rs Ncmaur was24UsI.
ared Oth GrEE Phospi
talandbotmahE were SOK
Powill R s el at anctio Pnthro wn
D. C. Garrett of route 2 was
in town on business Tuesday.
George Corbin, formerly a po
liceman at Easley. has been ap
pointed chief of police at Seneca.
Mrs. S. L. Robinson of Dacus
ville is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Ropei' In Pickens.
Thb.mas S. Ranisay, a proii
nent merchant of near Calhoun,
was in Pickens on business Mon
W. C. Dobson of Central routOe
1 was among the business visit
ors at the county seat Wednes
I).B. Satterfield, a well-known
citizen of near Central, was at
the county seat on business
Mrs. R. L. Davis of Pickens
has returned home after a visit
to Mrs. Hovey Smith.-Green
We are indebted to our good
friend Thomas Welborn for a
lot of the finest sweet potatoes
we have seen.
Wyatt Jennings of Raleigh,
N. C., spent last week-end with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Jennings, in Pickens.
Boone Carey is able to be out
again after being confined to his
room for a week on account of
an attack of appendicitis.
We don't know who put the
"good" in Hagood Bruce, but
we have had occasion to find
out that it's there and lots of it.
Dr. J. N. Hallum has just
placed on the market a new
cough remedy known as "Hal- I
lum's Cough Remedy." It is
put up in 25c, 50c and $1.00
The Ladies' Cottage prayer
meeting will meet Friday even
ing at 4 o'clock with Mrs. Eb.
Fields. All the ladies of Pick
ens are cordially invited to at
Messrs. J. P. Glenn, L. C.
Posey and Arthur Boggs of Lib
erty were in Pickens on business
Monday. Mr. Boggs has the
contract to do the concrete work
for the new Southern railway
track between Easley and Cen
The Womans Missionary So
ciety of the Pickens Methodist
church is observing this week as
a week of prayer and self-denial.
Meetings are held each afternoon
in the Methodist church at 4
o'clock and1 the public generally
The latest issue of the Pro
gressive Mississippian, a lively
weekly newspaper published at
Corinth, Miss., carries the fol
lowing at its masthead: "H. L.
Robins, editor arid business;
manager; J. L. O. Thompson.
associate editor and manager of
departments of publicity and
It will be good news to many
to know that D). J. Fant, the
engineer evangiel ist. wvill preach
in Pickens the third Sunday in
November. There will be three
services and they will be held' in
the school auditorium at 11
o'clock in the morning, 4 in the
afternoon and 7.30O at night.
Everybody invited to attend1.
Prof. John A. Durham wvill also
be here and will lead the sing
About the first of the month
J. C. Alexander and family!
moved from the Charlie Hughes
house near the school building
to the W. Ed Stephens house,
on the same street, which Mr'.
Alexander purchased lastspring.
CharlIe Bowen and family have
moved into the house vacated
by the Alexanders, and Uncle
Charlie Finley and (laughter,
who occupied the Stephens
house, have moved to the old
Hughus place on the edge of
Thbe first~ lyceum number of
the season for Pickens wvill be1
the Musical Entertainers at te
graded school auditorium Fri
day night, November 12, at 8.15
o'clock. The company is corm-,
posed of three ladles, Misses
Edith Hockerson, Fay Ingram
and Ethel Garten, musicians,
readers and singers of merit par
excellence. This company
comes here from the Redpath
Lyceum Bureau, which is a
guarantee that it is high class.
As this is the first and an at
tractive number It is expected
that an extra large criowd will
be out to hear and see it. Ad
mission 25 and 50 cents. Thoso
who wish season tickets may
find them at the KeCOwee Ph arm
Whitsitt Ilott left Pickens
Monday for Abbeville, where he
has accepted a position with the
A bbeville Press and Banner.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy McFall, Mrs.
T. R. Allen and Arthur Allen
attended the Jones - Howard
wedding at Easley last I'hurs
'T. S. Stribling and Hal Hlott
were elected at the last meeting
to relresent Pickens K. of P.
lodge in the District (1onvention
at Seneca November 18.
Word from the Greens ille hos
pital states that Mrs. W. C.
Newton of Pickens is improving.
Mrs. Newton was taken to the
hospital about a week ago.
We are sorry to learn of the
illness of Avery Looper at the
home of his mother in the Cross
Roads section, and we sincerely
hone he will soon be restored to
0. S. Stewart who has been
ill quite a while was on the street
last week. Ho is gradually re
,aining his strength and his
triends are trlad that he is able
to be out again.
Thanksgiving is almost with
is again and our mouths are be
.iinning to water for the big fat
urkey. in this issue of The
Sentinel we have some very ap
)ropriate reading on Thanksgiv
Quite a number of Pickens
>eople went to Greenville Satur
lay and attended the football
:ame between the University of
North Carolina and Clemson
Jollege, which tne North Caro
inians won 9 to 7.
Mesdames J. M. Stewart, Lou
Jurtis, R. A. Hester and Melvin
EIolder, delegates from the la
lies' missionary society of the
'ickens Baptist church, left
[uesday to attend the state con
rention of women in Spartan.
A thief entered the cotton
iouse of Mrs. J. C. Cooley, a
widow residing several miles be
ow Liberty, on the night of No
tember 1, and stole between fif
y and one hundred pounds of
seed cotton. John Welborn, a
'enter on J. P. O'Dell's place,
rias been arrested charged with
Our good friend Burch Lewis
has come to our aid again. Sev
eral days ago he drove up to The
Bentinel office and brought some
potatoes, two of which wvere ex
tra large ones, being sufficient
for two meals for a large family.
The smallest potato Burch
brought measured twen tv-six
inches in length. He brought
us some pears too, which we en
joyedl. Come back again Burch.
Last week we mlentionedl in
the locals that the church at
Norris had (decided to build Sun
day school rooms. We should
have said the church at Catee
chee. Tfhe church which crowns
the hill in the center of the vii
lage will be beautiful when the
addition is madle. Wor'k has al
ready begun and the money to
pay for it is in sight. People
can do when they try, and the
people of CJateechee have a mind
Mrs. E. Frank Looper is seri
nsly ill at her home near Pick
rms and1 all the children have
been called home. She is suffer
ing from an attack of appendi
aitis and dloctors have been in
ronstant attendance at her bed
sidIe for several dlays. We are
glad to report that her condition
is reported1 as improving Tues-,
day a fternoon andl trust she nmy
I last Sunday at Secona the .
0. W. unveiled a monument
over the grave of Sovereign
Cochran, and later in the (lay
at Griffin a monument in mem
ory of Sovereign Arthur Thomn
as was unveiled. L arge crowds
attended both. At Secona Hon.
J. M. Daniel of Greenville deliv
ered the address and W. E. Find
ley of Pickens delivered the ad-.
dress at Griffin. Both addresses
were said1 to he fine.
Furman James and Jay Mc
Junkin escaped from the Pick-'
ens county chaingang October
30O. Jam-es was caught near
Gap 1-1ll, Wednesday morning,
November 3, and taken back to
the chaingang. McJunkin is
still at large. Both were sery,
ing terms for housebreaking and
larceny. -This is the third time
James has escaped from the
chaingang. Twice he w'as
caught in) this county andl last
May was caught In halton, Oa.,
hv RheifT tO sk
STUDEBAKER AND NISSEN
We handle the Studebaker and Nis
sen because they always please the
buyer. We go upon the theory that to
get and hold your trade in the future
we must give you the biggest value for
You are not buying a pig-in-a-poke
a thing of unknown or questionable
value. You know and everybody knows
they are the Standard the world over.
Our stock is complete. Come in and
let us talk it over.
PICKENS, S. C.
We have just added to our stock of Furniture
another Solid Car Load and everything is ready for
your inspection. It will be a pleasure for us to show -
you through whether you are ready to buy or not.
Investing in good furniture is almost like investing
in real estate. It is something you can use a lifetime
and then be handed down to your children or sold at+
:your sale and the proceeds be divided betwveeni your
:heirs. You can't please your wvife and your daughter
rbetter than by placing some good furniture in your
:home. Think of how you spend your money and you
?might hnd that some of the money you are spending :
Scould be more profitably spent in p)rohtable merchan
dise. That sideboard your wvife has talked about so
:long; a goodl time t3 buy. We have them $i 7.50 to
lDining Tables $7.oo to $1 7.50.
Dining Chairs $1.00 to $2-50.-a
Hall Trees $10.00 toi 15.00.
.. Lounges $1 2.50 to $18-50
Center Tables si .oo to $5.50.
Baby Cradles $1.50
Baby Carriages $6.50 to si i.5o.+
? Children's Rockers 75c to $2-50.
-3 Childlren's High Chairs 75 to si -50.
Kitchen Safes $4.00 to si 1.00.
Kitchen Tfables varying in price according t ie
Oak Beds $3.00 to Sr 1.-50.
Bed Room Suite $1 5.00 to $65 00.
D8Iressers .$6.oo to $20.00...
+ Wash Stands $4.00 to $i o.oo.*.
* Rocking Chairs $2.00 tO $6.50
Iron Beds $3.50 to $1 1.50.
Springs, Mattresses, Single Beds, Cots, Cot '
Pa ds, &c.t
Remember, we buy Furniture in solid car lots,+
Stherefore, we get better prices, lower freight rates,
and~ the Furniture reaches us in about as good con- 3
dition as it was wvhen it left the factory.+
Come to see us. We appreciate yonr trade and *
wiltreat you right.?
CRAIG BROS. CO., Pickens
PI CK ENS B ANK
I.ICKENS. M. C.
InteestPaid on DeposIts
Ji. Miel). BiRULCE, ' UANK Mo I"A 1LL