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Hand Painted Ob
Other goods arriving
J. N. I1
We hav6 a nice s(
the vhole family. B
Erector Sots, Air Gun
Flashlights, Pocket E
sils, Scissors, Manie air
9 sFor. MNen-Razor ;,
Tools. flhlts, R
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Stoves, Ranges, Bedrc
Beds, New Home St
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TLhis House o
nuounces its r~e:
with the high
Men that the
The Best \Ih
The Best at I
Your con side
if anything g
A Fouti- Percolators
of Knives, Forks,
and expected daily, We appreciate
i your trading at home.
4LLUM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
Buy Your E
>re the Big Rush
lection of goods suitable as gifts for
elow we sugges a few articles:
s' Wagons, Hand Cars, Toy Pistols, 1
, Rifles, Safety Crackers, Velocipedes, R
vare, Stoves, Ranges, Cooking Uten- 1
e Sets, Lamps, POrcolaors, Oil Stoves, A
Pocket Knives, (1111. .. 'imunition,
yo Lamps. 0
iee Us Before You buiy
eor the Big Saw Sign Easley,S.C. .
yers, for Your Needs in
shings. You Will Find
'gains in All Lines.
homn Suites, Odd Dressers, Bedsteads,
Daven ports, Parlor Suites, Feather
swing Machines, Norwood Sewing
mn Furniture of all kinds. Pianos
See Us forjYour Needs
ourself Some Money.
wr, S. C.1
f Better Clothes4 now an
(idiness to ser've its patronls +
est gradoC RePady-for Scr'
*; for Meni, Boys and Little
ikers' H-Iats and the most
.'lashery canh also h)o founld
L'ation I is~ Ienestly solicited .
LR O ,GREENVILLE -
. * South Carolina -
Come to Pickens to do your
trading. Our merchants haye
tho goods and they will treat
Mrs. Bruce Hagood, of Easley, spent
Friday with friends in Pickens.
If you want to be sure your suit is in
good taste' for Christmas get it at Strad
ly's Greenville, S. C.
Misses Velma and Gladys Smith of
Easley were the guests of Mrs. J. P.
Carey, Jr., in Pickens Friday.
Miss Sallie Griffin has returned home
after a visit to her sister,, Mrs. W. A.
Woodruff, at Cateechee.
Easley has another physician, Dr. I
William B. Furman, formerly of Owings, I
having recently located there. F
Dr. .J. M. Crenshaw of Pickens coun
ty visiteel his sister, Mrs. J. C. King,
last week.-Brevard (N. C.) News. '
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Holley of At- t
lanta have returned home after a pleas-'a
ant visit of several days to relatives at
Dr. Odom, the eye specialist, will be
at the Keowee Pharmacy at Pickens
Friday, December 15, for the last time I
I this year. d
W. F. Simmons of route I came into'
I The Sentinel office last week to renew '
his subscription three years and said he Y
had been reading this paper ever since, t
I it was established forty-five year ago.
inMrs. W. J. D. Crane died at her home I
in Pickens Friday night after a serious'
illness of several weeks. Funeral ser- 'T
vices were held at Secona Sunday and
were conducted by Rev. W. C. Seaborn. v
While attending the Legare auction t
sale Saturday Mr. Cam Wyatt had the
misfortune to fall off of a porch sus
taming severe bruises about the neck.
His friends all hope it is nothing serious.
The ladies' cottage prayer meeting a
will Imeet it the home of Mrs. J. C. 1
.Jennings Wednesday afternoon at 3 30 f
o'clock. All ladies, especially mothers, f
are Cordially invited to attend these
Clerik of -Court Hoggs requests us to
ask all who have papers in his oflice to 1
I come in and get same before J anuary 1,
1917, as he- wants all papers in the own- t
ers' hands when hetirns the oflice over i
to his successor.
Word has been received here of the
death of Fred Jenkins, which occurred
last Friday. Fred was a son of 'Squire h
Jenkins, who for many years lived at
Pickens but who for several years has
been living at Clarksville, Ga.
Rev. 0. L. Stringfield, of North Car
olina occupied the pulpit of the Pickens
Baptist church Sunday. Mr. String
field is now engaged in raising money I
to enlarge the Six Mile Baptist academy
and will spend this week in Pickens.
After December 31st the price of The
Sentinel will be $1.50 a year, seventy
five cents for six months, forty cents r
for three months. The new rate will i
positively go into effect January 1, so t
please do not ask us to change the rule. t
Perry Durham, who moved to Seneca
from Six Mile about a year ago and has
since conducted a groceff store near
town, moved last week with his family
to Norris and will there occupy the
storeroom recently vacated by Mr. Al
The W. 0. W. unveiled a monumentI
at Flat Rock church near Liberty, on
last Sunday, erected to the memory of I
Sovereign William E. Gillespie. This v~
was the first unveiling ever held in the E
cemetery at Flat Rock and the crowd
vwas immense. Rev. D. W. Hiott de
livered the address.
Mrs. George S. Legare of Charleston ~
spent several days last wee ' with friends
in Pickens. While here she disposed at r
public auction of her household articles
used in her summer home and the sale
was quite a success. The Legares have
many friends here who hope they wvill
not cease to visit Pickens.
The community union and wvelcome (
service held at the Pickens Baptist j
church Sunday night was beautiful and
interesting. It was a get-together
meeting of the diflerent christian de
nominations of the town and a welcom
ing set'vice to llev. 10.'1T. Hodges. A
large A id appr~c inative congregation
was precipt and appropriate andlinspit
ing talk were made by Rev. 1). W.
Hiott, Mr. C2. E. lobinson and Rev. D.
M. Ramsay, w hichi were r'espondecd to
in a veiry haippy way by itev. Mr.
OR yers th.otscesi4Tapr n
a aebeen shipping their entire collectiors
market prices for your skins by sending thenm
Greatest Raw Fur Market. Write today
for our Free price list and abipping tags.
We charge no commission.
DAVID BLUSTEIN &BRO. F
B. Lewis is representing the Pickens
lodge at the meetipg of lbe grand lodge
of masons in Charleston this week.
The back mountains above Pickens
were covered with snow Tuesda morn
ng, the first time snow could be seen
rrom here this winter.
The bazaarrof the ladies of the Meth
odist church, held last Friday, was most
uccessful aud a nice sum of money
vas realized for a good purpose.
Dr. J. L. Valley is attending the
outhern Commercial congress in Nor
olk as a delegate from Pickens county.
le will also visit Baltimore before re
Mrs. W. H. Hughes of Richland vis
ted relatives in Pickens last week. She
ame to attend the surprise birthday
arty iven by relatives and friends to
Irs. aggie G. Lewis last Monday and
;hich was a most enjoyable affair.
The ladies' aid society of the Pickens
laptist church will hold a bazaar in the
'reeman buildin, next door to B. F.
Parsons' store, riday, December 15.
)inner will also be served and the public
enerally is invited to patronize these
ood ladies on that (lay.
Only two more weeks in which to pay
axes without a penalty. The treasurer
sks us to state that he would be glad
r the people would come in and pay
ow, as it will be impossible to wait on
i the people in a day or two. Taxes
re being paid very slowly this year.
H. P. Sitton and son Vedder, of Pen
leton, spent Sunday in Pickens with
be elder Mr. Sitton's sister-in-law,
h's. Maggie G. Lewis. Vedder Sitton
a famous baseball pitcher and last
ear was a member o the Binghamp
mn, N. Y., team.
The church clerks of the Pickens
aptist association evidently do not care
iuch about the association minutes.
hese minutes have been at The Senti
el office ready for delivery for three
reeks, and so far only two churches
ickens and Griffin----have called for
Married, at the residence of Rev. W.
Holland, of Easley, November 26,
)16, Mr. Clement Smith, the youngest
n of Mr. Calvin Smith, and Miss Res
le Smith, daughterof Mr. Robt. Smith,
11 of near Easley. The happy couple 0
ave the congratulations of their many
riends who wish them a long and use
ul life. -- Easley Progress.
While Officers Roark, Lafloon, Julian -
nd .McKinney were at Calhoun last '
ieek they accidentally ran across Bud ..
larpe, a notorious and (langeIous le
ro who escaped from the Pickens coun
y chaingang about 18 months ago. I I
ias drunk, disorderly and as usual had
big gun. .The officers took charge of '
im and he is now in the county gang.
Miss Helen F. Hill of Columbia was
ere last week. She is working under
he State Board of Charities and Cor
ections in the interest of better con
litions for our feeble-minded class and
naking a survey of the state with a
niew to laying before the next legisla
ure the facts as they exist concerning
hese unfortunate and unprovided-for
Mr. G. S. Sheriff died at his home at
rlenwood cotton mills on December2
rom appoplexy. Age 52 years. He is
urvived by a wife and several children,
esides many relatives and friends.
'he remains were carried to Carmel
'resbyterian church in Anderson coun
y Sunday and interred in the cemetery
here. He was a hard working man
nd has been a citizen of Eas ecy for
everal years. Peace to his ashes. -
Six Mile Locals
Miss May Garrett, who is teachi'ng at
Lntioch, visited her parents at Six Mile
J W. Holliday, principal of Pleasant
[ill school, accompanied by his family, ++
isited relatives in the Six Mile section___
aturday and Sunday.
John Lee has joined the Ford Cousin
W. G. Pressley made a business and
leasure trip to Central last Saturday. ?
Rev. J. E. Merck filled his first ap
ointment at Golden Grove last Sunday.
Rev. B. F. Murphree filled his last
ppointment for this year at Six Mile. Hei
le has accepted their call for next
J. A. Roper and Harvey Chapman
ave exchanged home places. Mr.
~hapman will come to Six Mile and it is
oped Mr. Roper wvill decide to stay also.
. .l.t(sA ~I N s .\ H HAIG
McSwain & Craig ia
'ractice in State ad IFederal Courts you
Greenville Ofice P'hone 210 fret
Pickens Otlice Phone 39 .
Collectors of Raw Furs in your vicinity
to us. You: too, carn secure the highest ~
herc-as Newv York is now the World'
Ginseng and Golden SeaU comi
Ve are thehlrge-st dIealers in Ginseng in the Uni~ed
tatesen'.d always pay highestpdices. Vrite (orpruce list. Cl i
steut Crowing Raw Pur House in Now York I
165 West 27th Street, New Yorke
tulfill one oPthe chiefl
one's fiiends with ap
propri ate gifs -r -o -on
Give Nunnahis if1ou
woudgive pleasure -
[ have just leceived large and fresh lots of Oranges,
Apples, Bananas, Grape Fruit and fruits of all kinds for
the Christmas trade; Candies, Cakes and Crackers; in
yredients for Fruit Cakes, Raisins. Citron, etc., and will
be glad to fill your wants in these lines.
My line of staple and fancy groceries Is more complete
bhan ever, and everything here is fresh.
Appetizing meals are served at my restaurant at all hours.
Dall on me. I will appreciate your trade and treat you
C. ALEXANDER, Pickens, S. (
C. Du Stradley
and Co.oreenvlle, 5. C.
CLEARANCE SALE of SUITS
Your Choice of Seventeen Wool Suits,
$13.00 and $13.50, for.675
Your choice of 28 Serge and (aberdine Suits,
new and up-to-date, colors black and $1 55
brown, $21.50, $22.50, $25, for._ .
Navy, black, brown, green. good styles in Printz
ess and Wooltex Suits, 24 suits in 1a
the lot, 26,50, 32.50, 35, 38.50, for. $ 1.0U
Eleven suits in this lot. Thllese were $38, 39 and
45.00, Br'oadlcloth, velours, garba
dine and twvills, beantiful colors and $ 795
newest styles.. -. .-.-.
At the above prices it will pay you to visit our
store and get your new Xmas suit.
e Me Before Buying .Your Oils,
is, Ford Parts, Tires, Tubes, Etc.
'e Are a Few of My Prices. Judge for Yourself:
Havoline, Polarine and Gulf Suprerne Motor' Oilsq, 50c per
gallon. F'ord Tires, guaranteed 5,000 miles, at $8.75 and
$12.25. Ford Tubiies at $2.45, standard brand; 5-pound
cans miotor grease, 45c; F'ord front spings, $2.25; Ford
rear axles, $1.75; other Ford parts at the same low prices;
brass polish, 20c can; fine chains, $2.25 per set; Ford
cut outs, $1.10.
in also equipped to do your repairing at lowest
ces by competent mechanics. No matter where
are-if you ate In trouble call 64. Road service
~. Also have good Mitchell for sale cheap. Terms
See Me When in Need of Anything
In the Automobile 'Line
TAW A THtA G A RA AGE, Pickens.
W. II. H4ARRIS, Proprietor.
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S4. C.
~af e, Sound an d P~ogr esivt
/e solcit your banking b)usiness and~ will show you every
~tesy and convemier ce consistent with sound bankiug prin
as. Five per cent interest p~aidl on Sav'insDeois
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.