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All the household furniture,rockery
and kitchen utensils belonging to Mrs.
George S. Legare will be sold to the
highest bidder on Saturday afternoon,
December 9, at 2.30 o'clock, at the
Legare house. This will be a good op
portunity for you to buy whatever you
need in this lipe. Be on hand!
Kitchen Cabinet FREE1I
A LL.at my store and lot me explain to you how I am
going to giveaway 108 7-pIece Dinner Sets and a $25 )
Kitchen Cabinet absolutely free. These articles are
going to make some housewives mighty glad. - The
Kitchen Cabinet would make the finest Christmas pres
ent imaginable for your wife and you may give it to her
N without extra-cost. Come to see me at once, as th0 early
M bird will have the best chance at this.
I have just received a carload of Furniture. I bought 1
this to sell, not to keep, and have put a price on it that M
will move it. Can save you some good money on Furni
ture as well as on staple Dry Goods which I contracted
for before the advance in price. My line is complete.
Have a few sample I-Lats for men and bors which I
picked up at a barmain and vill sell the same way.
I will buy your farm produce and Day th.- Greenville
market for it. I am paying 10c a pound for iens, 17 to
35c for fryers, 36c a dozen for eggs.
It will surely pay you to see
J. W. HENDRIC KS
OR easth a a~c ulTrpprsan Coletos f awFus n ou vciit
FOR yers, t e ndesh Tppgtas. en and Col detr o a Fr n youeacii
_DAViD BLUSTEIN & FR.at- vwn a u os e
Such pleasant weather as we have beeni en
joving will not last much longer, so now is the
time to prepare.
I We have a splendid line of Comiforts and
Blankets at reasona ble piIces,
Our ladies' Coats, Coat Suits and boys' and
men's Clothing were bought before the big ad.
vance and we are now in position to save you
money on these lines.
+ 1E ,A full stock of Dry Goods that we arxe offer
ing at much lower prices than we could if bought
at the present market prices. A large per cent
of our Shoes are behaig sold far belowv the present
value of such goods. Come to see us for your
Shoes, we try to handle a clean, honest line that
will please the customer as wvell as sell.
The ladies enjoy fancy work on cold or warm
4 days, so we try to keep at all times a full assort.
ment of threads for such work.
Quilting these days is a very necessary oc
cupation, so we have put in one of the best
assortments of needles we have ever carried.
Some (lays you may be too busy to start up
a fire in the stovre. How ab~out an old fashioned
skillet and lid to bake some patatoes and bread
b~y the fire. We have a good stock now on hand.
Come to see us with what you have to sell
and we will treat you right.
CR AIG BROS CO., Pickens
Local and Personal
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. Jee Ward
November 20, a son. *
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Stew
art, December 4, a son.
Mrs. Ola McKagan of Greenville i:
visiting relatives in Pickens.
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Edens
Jr., of Oolenoy, November 24, a son.
Christmas Eve will come on Sunda3
this year. Do your Christmas shopping
J. Alonzo Brown, well-known citizer
of Cateechee, was at the county seat
on business Tuesday.
Mrs. B. B. LaBoon spent Thanksgiv
ing with her sister, Mrs. Cora Martin,
of Anderson county.
Charlie Curtis and Homer Edens,
Clemson students, spent Thanksgiving
with homefolks in Pickens.
Don't forget that December is the
last month to pay your state and county
taxes without a penalty.
Mrs. Gussie Cureton Squires of Green
ville visited her mother, Mrs. K. L.
Cureton, in Pickens last week.
Wyatt A. Jennings has been appoint
ed assistanit postmaster at Pickens and
has entered upon his new duties.
Noel Garvin and sister, Miss Bessie
of Pendleton, spent Thanksgiving with
the family of R. E. Yongue in Pickens.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Woodruff and
baby of Cateechee visited her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Griffin, at Pickens
The contract has been let to a Green
ville firm to install a steam heating
plant in the Easley school building at a
cost of $2,500.
A. D. Duncan and his fine looking
young grandson, Lloyd Duncan, of Cen
tral route 4, gave The Sentinel office a
visit one day last week.
We are velry sorry that letters from
Pickens route 3, Mountain View, Norris
and Marietta route 2 were received too
late to publish this week.
We are glad to say that Mrs. W. T.
Jeans has returned from the hospital
very much improved in health and we
hope she will soon be well again.
Better buy in Pickens and keep that
dollar at home instead of sending it to
some mail order house in New York or
Chicago, where you will never see it
Sydney Bruce spent Thanksgiving
Day in Charlotte and witnessed the
Davidson-Clemson football game, which
Davidson won 33 to 0. Mr. Bruce is a
graduate of Davidson.
Angus Aiken, who has been the ef
ficient and accommodating clerk in the
postoffice for a long time, has resigned
that place and is now with the Pickens
Mercantile and Lumber Co.
It is not too late to begin reading that
interesting story which is being printed
in The Sentinel. The first chapter was
printed last week. Read the synopsis this
week and begin the story. You will
The ladies' cottage prayer meeting
will meet at the home of Mrs. B. B.
LaBoon Wednesday afternoon at 3 3C
o'clock. All ladies, especially mothers,
are cordially invited to attend these
Clerk of Court Boggs requests us to
ask all who have papers in his office to
come in and get same before January 1,
1917, as he wants all papers in the own
ers' hands when heturns the ofice over
to his successor.
The minutes oi the Pickens Baptist
association have been printed and are at
The Sentinel office for distribution to
the different churches. The clerks of
the different churches may get their
minutes by calling at this oflice.
Mrs. Reeves, wife of Mr. J. Riley
Reeves of Glenwood mill village, who
had been in bad health some time, and
was carried to the state hospital about
two weeks ago on account of her men
tal condition for treatment, died in Co
lumbia Thursday, November 23. The
remains were shipped to her-home in
Easley and were carried to Cross Roads
church, north of the city, Saturday for
interment. Funeral services were con
ducted by Rev. T. E. Durham, her
pastor. She was about thirty years of
age and a member of Glenwood Baptist
church. Besides her husband, she is
survived by five small children, father
and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jones,
and several brothers and sisters. She
was a christian woman, a devoted moth
er and wife, and had many friends who
are now sad at her going away. -The
bereaved relatives and little children
have the sympathies of a host of friends
in their hour of sadness.-Easley Prog
-A Delightful Evening
A six o'clock dinner was given by Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Carey, .Jr., to their re.
tiring pastor, Rev. L~. E. Wiggins,
Wednesday evening, November 29. All
officers of Grace M. E church and a few~
other friends were invlitedl. The dinnei
was servedl in six courses and wvas al)
that could lie desired and the house wvas
beautifully decorated. The hours wer<
spent in social conversation and we couk
not hellp but think of wvhat the Plalmisi
said, "Behold, howv good and how pleas
ing for brethren to diwell together ir
unity.'' Mr. and Mrs. Carey certainly
deserve and~ have the thanks of all wh(
After the supper several p resent wer<
given slips of paper and asked to writ<
down seven things for which they wer<
thankful and the following is some o:
the reasons given, with the initiais o:
T. H-. C.-For the best mother o1
earth, that I am an American citizen
for many friends and few or no enemies
for a good job, for good health, for the
privilege of living in a christian com
munity', that mother is living."
L.lE. W.-For God's love and merca
to me, for life, for health, for my love<
ones, for my friends, especially jus
now my Pickens friends, for Woodrov
D. W. 1.-That I am a christian, fo
my loved ones, for the fellowship o
my b)rethren, for the peace and pros
perity of the country, for Woodrov
Wilson and good government, for th,
prospect of national prohibition.
F. M.-That I live in America, tha
we are not at wari, that the countryi
is prosne'ring, for~ my grood health. -HI
MOTHER TELLO V0FV t
Md4 H6z Dol0ate Boy Strog
New York City..-"JMy little boy was
& ver weak, delicate condition as a,
result or gastritia and the measles and
there seemed no hope of saving his- life.
The doetor prescribed cod liver oil, but
he could riot take it. I decided to t
Vinol-and with splendid results. iT
seemed to agree with him so that now he
is a strong healthy boy."--Mrs. TuoMAs
FrrzoRnALD, 1090 Park Ave., N. Y. City.
We guarantee Vinol, which contains
beef and cod liver peptones, iron, and
manganese reptonates and Ilceo
phosphates, or run-down contions..
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S.C.; also
at the leading drug stores in all South
At the election held recently for the
selection of three trustees of the Cal
houn-Clemson school district, recently
formed by consolidation of the two dis
tricts, O. R. Doyle of Calhoun and Prof.
A. G. Holmes and Prof. W. W. Klugh
of Clemson were elected. After this
term the high school work of the two
schools will be done at the Calhoun
school house and the primary and inter
mediate work will be done partly at the
Calhoun school house and partly at the
Clemson school house, one principal to
have supervision of both schools.
The woman's missionary society of
Mt. Pisgah Baptist church made their
pastor and his family thankful by send
mng them a nice coop of chickens last
week. For such kindness the pastor
and his family are profoundly grateful.
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Don't fail to se
Men, Women and 4
Men's Dress Shoe
kinds of good Shos
!for these cold
Suits. Don't f<
We have a bi~
select from, an
vanced on man
Piece Goods. A
to the Heavy F]
,OOdI values, $2.98, $3.48 am
C. D. :
All Kinds of Fancy
An immensestock of Dolls,
Doll Carriages and
The best stock of
on the market $1.25 to$2.50
Now is the time to buy y
ible Rugs, assorted colors
they are going at a bargaii
27 x 54 ......... .........$1.50
29 x 54 ..................... 1.65
Suits: Wooltex Suits an
*Coats. S3port Co
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newberry,
Esq,, Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 29th day of December, 1916, at
11 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
thereafter as said application can be
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the estate of J. H. Nix,- de
ceased, and obtain discharge as admin
istrator of said estate.
B. H. CALLAIIAM,
See the Walter A. Wood Disc
Harrows at Pickens Hardware
& Grocery Company.
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that we will
make application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 12th day of December, 1916, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soor
thereafter as said application can bc
heard, for leave to make final settle
ment of the estate of Laban Mauldin
deceased, and obtain discharge as ad
ministrators of said estate.
W. F. EVATr,
J. K. Duns-r,
SPICKENS, S. C.
to come to this
o your shopping.
s right and the m
Sthe best to be he
e the wonderful value
Dhildren's Shoes, Ladi
s, Men's Heavy Worn
erwear and Swe
rear and Sweaters
days. -Boys' and
>rget this departm
ai and Boys' Clol
I line of men and
it even though the
r lines the usually 1
nain the same.
.We are well 3
'care of 'you i
11 kinds of Fancy I
2 dozen aintrimmied Shapes, val
r)8c. 1 lot rIimmed Hats, wor
l1$4.08. D~on't fail to see these H
PICKEIUS. S. (
4 A111 ,1 rl rll 1:1
Greenville, 5. C.
BasKets-Big Stoci of
ancy aad Plain.
2,000 yards Dnnean Mills
FAST COLORS Madras,
Shirting, 34 and 36 inches
w ide........................ 20c
Gingham, all colors,
for ...............121 and 15c
ur Rugs. 200 felt indestruct
We want to close out and
27 x 72 .....................$1.75
30 x 72 ..................... 2.00
d Coats. Printzers Suits and
ats and Sweaters.
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 60c suit; dry cleanin g,$1
suit. Special attention given to ladies
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
Telephone No. 38
Ask your rugIa t for CHY-qICIRTER A
DIAMOND 11RAND, PIL.LS in Ru~ adfA
GOLD metallic boxes sealed with Blue
Ribbon, TAKU N~O oTURR. Bu a 7UV
DIuxst and ask for 0 O .0 . aI
DIAMOND BRIAND PILLS, for tiventy-five
years regarded as Best,Safest, Always Rel able.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
-,TIME' EVERYWHERE TSTry
store when in
s we are offering in
es' High Kid Boots, I
Shoes-in fact, all
-just the thing
mnt when visiting
boys' Clothing to
prices have ad
cw prices on our
>repared to take
n Heavy Winter
)ress Goods down
s and Outings.
ues up to $3. -Our price now - .
h $4 and $5.00, $1.98. Other
ats. -Fancies and Flowers 25cJ