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Now is the time to use Hallun's Liver Cleansers for that
Cold and LaGrippe. 25 and 50 cent8.
Hallum's Cough Remedy will relieve that coughing and
cold in chest at once, 25 and 50 cerAtis and .$1.00.
We pay postage on these articles.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. NALLUM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phoone No. 8
cutmr a apan
proswis my frind and
cs tO aEHapyCan
Prosperous New Year, I
9 and thank them for hay-E
n ing made the past year a
n prosperous one for me..
3 J. W. H ENDRIC KS ,
-B@n, TNI MiscMIas a MoNKc.__
The *W. C. Newton Sale Stable
.We have just received a ship
I; ment of Mules and Horses
and can supply your needs
in the stock line. We guar
antee our stock as represent
;~>ed. If you desire to trade or
~uy outright come and see us
-4*We'll treat you right.
WC Newton Sale Stable, lickens, S.C.
Miss Ora. McFall spent Christmas wit
relatives in Kingstree.
Judge T J Mauldin is holding court ir
Spartanburg for the first time.
Master Byrd Lewis of Easley has beer
visiting his sater, Mrs. J. E. Boggs.
Prof. T. H. Campbell spent a part oj
the holidays with his mother at Mullins.
Mrs. A. J. Boggs has been seriously
ill, but we are glad to report that she is
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. LaBoon recently
moved from Pickens to his farm in An
, derson county.
Miss Bertha Cantrell of near Pickens
spent a part of the holidays with school
mates in Pickens.
Miss Mabel O'Dell of Easley spent
the holidays in Pickens with her sister,
Mrs. Claud Allgood.
Bales of cotton ginned up to Decem
ber 13, 1916: 14,106; up to the same
date in 1915: 15,691.
Miss Floride Carey will leave Thurs
day for a month's stay with friends at
Snelling and Edgefield.
C. B Finley, who moved from Pick
ens to Easley in November, was a wel
come visitor here Monday.
,Miss Margaret Means of Columbia
spent part of the holidays with the fam
ily of R. E. Yongue in Pickens.
Miss Meda Boggs, music teacher in
Spartan academy, is spending the holi
days with homefolks in Pickens.
Mrs. C. D. Bolt of Easley spent a
portion of the holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R:A. Hester, near Pickens.
Mrs. Milholland and two children and
sister, Miss Corrinne' Robertson, of
Charlotte, are visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Winchester and
the former's sister, Miss Pearl, of near
Pickens, are visiting friends and rela
tives in Waihalla this week.
W. R. (Tucker) Cantrell has gone to
Tennessee to purchase some good young
mules and horses. He will be glad for
those interested to come and see them
at his stables in Pickens.
Rev. Wade Lewis of Greenville and
Colonel Lewis of Anderson have been
visiting their mother, Mrs. John T.
Lewis, who is very ill at the home of
her daughter, Mrs. Gillespie, above
The minutes of 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
minute by calling at this office.
Keowee Csamp.No. 496, W.O.W., have
elected the following officers to serve
this year and they were installed Tues
day niiht: F. S. Porter, C. C.; R. T.
H allum, A. L ; J. W. Langston, banker;
T. A. Seawright, clerk; H. A. Townes,
escort; W. T. Freeman, Sr., W.; J. M.
Morris, sentry; W. E. Findley, manager;
Dr. F. S. Porter, physician.
The following officers have been elect
ed by the Keowee lodge No. 79 A.F.M.,
to serve for the ensuing Masonic year:
A. M. Morris, W. M.; J. T. Richey, S.
W.; R. B. Hunnicutt, J. W.; J. C.
Carey, secretary'; W. T. Bates, treas
urer; J. D. Yongue, S. B.; Sydney
Bruce, J. B.
Edd, oldest son of J. C. Alexander is
visiting his father idi Pickens and wvill
probably make his home here. He join
ed the U. S. army about ten years ago
and this is his first visit to Pickens since
that time. Ho has been out of the army
several years following the profession
of finisher and decorator.
Col. Frank G. Mauldin, U. S. A., a
member of the prominent and popular
Mauldin family of Pickens, Is speding
several weeks with relatives in Pickens
and Greenville, and his friends are all
glad to see him looking well. Col. Maul
din has been stationed for some time at
Port McKinley, Maine, but was recent
ly transferred to Fort Slocum, New
One of the most pleasant gatherings
of this Christmas time was the reunion
and Christmas dinner at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bowen in Pickens.
All the children and grandchildren of
this good and lovable couple were pres
ent, as follows:. Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Bowen and four children of Central,
Mrs. Cora L. Holden and little daughter1
of Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bannis-I
ter of Liberty and Miss Florence Bow'en.
May all live to enjoy many more re- I
unions and-Christmas dinnes.
Mdr. a4qMrs. Frank McFall sper
New Year's day with her parents a
Mrs. J. E. Robinson of Easley is vie
iting her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Carey
Jr., in Pickens.
W. Alex Edens and family moved thi
week from Pickens to Easley, wher
Mr. Edens will farm.
Exactly thirty days after her husband'
death Mrs. R. R. Stephenson receivei
the insurance he carried with the Wood
men of the World. This order will als4
erect a $100 monument to the grave o:
the departed sovereign. The W. 0. W
is a good order.
A. J. Boggs, who retired January I
as clerk of court of Pickens county, hai
opened a private business office in thi
court house, next door to the treasurer'i
office, where he will conduct a genera
real estate and conveyancing business,
making a specialty of abstracting title
and negotiating loans on real estate.
He will be glad to have his friends cal:
and see him at his new office. Mr.
Boggs served this county as clerk foi
sixteen years, which is four years longei
than any other officer ever held the
place, and wis considered the best lerli
in the state. He is peculiarly adapte&
t6 the work he is now engaged in.
Notice. INertkeil iii this eolutin for one cent t
word for irst in-rtion ati onle-hnif cent a worn
for each susqetInsertion.
F'or Sale -Pair of good mules an
pair of good brood mares. Cheap foi
chash or gooJ paper. J. D. Holder,
For Sale-One good mule. Apply
to Pickens Hardware & Grocery Com
For Sate-One fancy driving horse,
4 years old; also good farm mule. Cash
or terms. Ebb H. Field. 34tf
Mules! Muief! 'Mules ! ! !-If
it's mules you need, see us. You are
sure to need them. We now have on
hand, one of the largest bunch toselect
from that has ever been offered on this
market. Come early and make your
selection while our pens are full and
save the advance that is sure to come
in the Spring. Our stock is guaranteed
to be as represented. D. L. Johnson &
W. S. Bradley, 111 Laurens St., Green
ville, S. C. 38
We received a solid car loai
of the famous Columbus Wagon:
last week and want to urge yot
to look at them if you need 1
wagon of any kind. It's abso
lutely the best wagon value o
the market. Pickens Hardwari
and Grocery Company.
Farm for Sae
I have for sale an excellen1
farm of 53 acres located 5j nilec
west of Pickens court hiouseon~ a
good public road, convenient tc
both Methodist and Baptist
churches and within one mile of
graded school. On this farm ii
a brand new 9-room dwvelling
house, built bungalow style
with eighty feet of porch, at
finished and celled with best o:
material; one brand new 5-stal
barn on concrete foundati
with shed on one side; one niet
ne w cri-b with shelter, and a fevy
other outbuilding's. About 24
acres cleared. For quick salt
this place will be sold for $2500
The buildings alone are worti
$2,000. For terms~ or other in
6. A. ELLIS,ickens,s.C
The Southern Railway
Premier Carrier of the South
Arrival of Southern local trains for
Easley, S. C. In effect June 18, 1916.
No. 42-2.20 a.m. No. 43- 2.45 anm
No. 36-5.45 a.m. No. 29- 8.23 a.m~
No. 46-8.45 a.m. No. 39--12.05 p.m
No. 12-1.83 p.m. No. 11- 3.33 p.m
No. 40-6.14 p.m. No. 45-- 9.55 p.m
No. 30-7.27 p, m.
No. 30 receives passengers for n orthi
of Charlotte and discharge passengers
from south of Atlanta.
J. C. CAMP, Agent.
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der for printing to
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Try a bottle of I
your back. 25c.
By mail same r
R. E. Lewis, I
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
W hereas, Mrs. E. E. Burgess and R :
Burgess made suit to me to grant them I
letters of administration of the estate 2
and effects'of W. H. Burgess. t
These are, therefore, to cite and ad- t
monish all and singular the kindred and i
creditors of the said W. H. Burgess,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the court of Probate, to be r
held at Pickens, S. C., on the 12thAa'y
of January, 1917, next after publication t
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why said
administration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this
20th day of January, Anno Domini,
1917. J. B. NEWBERY, (Seal)
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharg E
Notice. is hereby given that I will 6
make application to J. B. Newberry, 0
Esq,, Judge of Probate fr Pickens C
county, in the state of Sou Carolina, t
on the 26th day of January, 1917, at h
11 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon r1
thereafter as said application can be d
heard, for leave to make final settle- e
rnent of the estate of John Mc Smith, de
ceased, and. obtain discharge as admin
istratrix of said estate. .
MRS. E. E. SMITH,
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby liven that I will
make applicution to . B. Newberry,
j Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina
on the 26th day of January, 1917, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
. after as said application can be heard,
for leave to make final settlement of
1 the estate of Larkin Hughes, deceased,
and obtain discharge as executor of said
estate. T. J. MAULDIN,
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will a
0 make application to J. B. Newbery, a
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina, d
on the 30th day of January, 1917, 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 W. B. Mauldin,
.deceased, and obtain discharge as ad- I
ministrator of said estate.
88 B. C. MAULDIN, Administator.t
3 OUR first impresion (
its CLEANLINESS. T~
sine bag in which each p
tees absolute fl'eedom from
handling. You are further I
itself. You recognize QUi
strong fabric, in the high g)
charactert of the facings, in ti
buttonholes anq in the big, h
To men and wvomen, as we
the snug fit and wonderful
revelation. Smooth and sup;
comfortable. It gives with e
but never stretches out of shi
tion. Wherever strain corn
ment. Not a weak place frol
The snug-fitting collar and e
and ankle-hugging cuffs; tI
size armholes; the rip-proof
are among the many desira
which make Germ-Pruf the c
the one underwear which Y
'Oome and inspect this line,
fit for every member of yot
Kidney Root, $1
Plaster sticks to
)h. G., Prop.
Pickens, S. C., Dec. 21, 1916.
The office of the countt auditor will
e open from the 1st day of January,
D17and will remain open until February
0, 1917, for the purpose of taking re
urns for the fiscal year 1917. After
hat date fifty per cent penalty will be
dded on a). personal property not listed
a the specified time prtscribed by lqw.
The duties of the office will demand
iy whole time as I will vacate in Feb
uary. So I will not be able to make
he usual rounds for the purpose of tak
,g returns during my stay in office.
lotice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that we will
iake application to J. B. Newbery,
"sq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
ounty, in the state of South Carolina,
n the 18th day of January, 1917, at 11
'clock in the forenoon, or as soon
hereafter as said application can be
eard, for -leave to make final settle
ient of the. estate of S. F.. Robinson,
eceased, and obtain discharge as ex
cutors of said estate.
J. M. ROBINSON,
J. P. OWENS,
3tate of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
ly 4. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Mrs. Myrtle H. Stevenson
nade suit to me to grant her letters of
idministration of the estate and effects
f R. R. Stevenson.
These are, therefore, cite and ad
nonish all and singular .t kindred and
reditors of the said R. ' Stevenson,
leceased, that they be and appear be
ore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
ield at Pickens, S. C., on the 18th day
of January, 1917, next after publication
kereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
how cause, if any they have, why said
dministration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this 30th
lay of December, Anno Domini, 1916.
J. B. NEWBERY, (Seal)
I have some special bargains
ni iny store. Come in and see
hem. B. -F. Parsons, Pickens.'
f G4erm-Prut Underwear is
le transparent, sealed, glas
'arrnent is packed guarai
germs, dus1t, exposure and
mipressed by the underwear
JLLTY in the fine, soft,
~ade workinanship, in the
ie "stitched" and "stayed"
andsome pearl bugtons.
Il as 'to the younger folk,
elasticity of Germi-Pruf Is a
;e as your own skin and as
very movement of the body
Lpe. No binding, no irrita
es there', ample reinforce
Ti neck to ankle.
houlders; the wrist-clingIng
ie reinforced crotch; full
seams and gussets-these
ble and exclusive features
hloice of particular people-.
OU will .adopt as soon iAs
We guarantee a perfect
tr family and satisfactory