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To All Our Friends and
Patrons We Wish You
a Prosperous and Happy
. . .. New Year .'. .. -
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
PICKENS, SOUTH GAROLINA
+ I wish to thank the peo
' pie for the most liberal
! patronage given me du- o
+ ring the past year and to
o assure you that Iwill con- o
! tinue to give you more
goods for less money.
I wish you all a Happy
and Prosperous NewYear
J. W. Hendricks I
PICKENS RAILWAY COMPAN)
lIME TABLE NO. 17, SUPERCEDING TIME TABLE NO. 1
EFPWJOT.JVE DE1JMBHER 9, 1917
No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 iDis. Stationse. No. 2 No. 41 No. B
7.55 A. m 11.20 A m j3.40) P. MI Lv. (1 Pickens Ar 10.) A. M 1.45 P.* M 00 P'.
8.00 " 1.5 " .4 " 1 Feorguson x .55 " 1.4(1 " ,5
8.10 11.3 " 3.0 "1 P'arsons x %.50 " .i ..4
8.15 " 11.40 " 3.55 "' 7 Arialia x 9.40 " :1.30) " 135 "
.20 " 11.45 " 4.00 8. Mauldin x 9.35 " 1.25 " 1.30 "
x No agent.
No. 1 (0onnects with Southern Riihvay t rain Nos. 29) ami 'd
Nos. 31 and 4 connect with Southern Railway trains Nos. 39 an
12. Nos. 5 and i connect with Southern Ry. train No. 11. A
Express handled by~ the Pickens Railroad conmpany. F'or 'urth<
information apply to J. T1, TAYLOR, Gehn. M\gr.,, Pickons, 8, C
To All Our Friends:
and Patrons We
and Happy New
R.E, ei, rp. Poe.4Pikn,!.C
There wore 1,246 births and 360 deathe
reportedt in Pickens county during 1917.
Mrs. H. A. Townes spent last week
end with Mrs. Rawley Hollingsworth
B. P. Kelley, well-known and sub
stantial citizen of Central route 3, was
here on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will P. Stewart, of
Calhoun, Ga., are visiting roatives and
friends in Pickens county.
Isaac O'Sheals, well-known citizen of
Dacusville, was at the county seat on
business one day last week,
Miss Pearl Hester delightfully enter
tained a number of school friends and
x others one evening last week.
Sgt Cheney of tamp Sevier spent * n
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. --
J. L. O. Thompson in Pickens.
Mrs. Jesse Morris, of Pickens, will
X teach the winter term of the Mica
school. Her work begins this week.
Mrs. George Hall arrived last week
from Detroit, Mich., to visit her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. O. Thompson.
During the months of January and
February preaching hours at the Pick
ens Mill Baptist church will be 2:30 and
7 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs John Boroughs, of the
Praters section, have recently moved to
Liberty. They occupy the Dr. Smith
B. S. Johnson, who was stricken with I
paralysis about a week ago, is improv
ing. He can now recognize his friends
and is able to talk some.
The Pickens Railroad was among
those taken over by the government last
week. So far as the public is concernec)
there is no difference yet to be seen.
Roadmaster Gibson and family moved
'onday into the B. E. Grandy house on
Hampton avenue. The Grandys expect
to move to Orangeburg county in a short
The vital statistics report records the +
recent birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. I
Ray Lynch of route 4, and also one to
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Chastain, of route
Miss Mattis Griffin, who is spending
the holidays with her parents in Pickens,
has returned from Ninety-Six, where
she went to sing at the welding of a
Albert Davis, who lives on thd liagood
Place, had the misfortune to cut oil' two
of his toes last Saturday while chopping M
-wood. Drz. Valley of Pickens d re.ssed
D~an Sutherlend, of the Mica section,
has~ sold his farm to IFelix (Bub) Hien
drix, of Easloy. Mr. Southerland and
Ifamily leave this week for Easley, where
they will make their home.
The tenth grade of th e Pickens schlool
-was delightfully entertamned at the home
of Miss Cleo Hlallum on last Thursday
evening, D~ecember 27th, in hiotor of
Miss Helen Gassaway, of Andlerson.
Auidi tor TVownes returned Saturday C
from Columbia, where he at tended a
mueet ing of audi tors: o th is state. The
-- meeting was called for the purpose of
dtiscussing best methods of taking re
( Married, D~eceimber 30th, at the resi- C
dence of the ofhiciating olmeer, Magis-[
tr'ate WV. S. Gantt, Mr. L~emuel lien
dIricks and Miss Ilhoda Gray, bioth ofr
Pickens county. This happy couple has
the best wishes of many friends.
IBen F. Parsons and family mo.ved last
week fsom Pickens to Greenville to
make their future home. He tells us
that he has not fully dlecided yet just
what business he will engage in. Mr.
Parsons made his home in Pickens for
many years and was one of the best
known men in the county. lie mind his
excellent family take wvith them best
wishes of many friends. He has not
finally disposed of his stock of goods
in Pickens, we understafid, tho the
store is closed0.
George- D. ('ureton, who was raised
in Pickens, but who for the past several
y'r has been i': the west, being lo'
cated at Chayenne, Wyoming, where he
has been engaged in business, being in
terested in a chain of drug stores
throughout the state, but who is now
actively engagbd in the oil business, is
in Pickens on a visit to bis niother and
brother, Mrs. J. D. arid Chas. L. Cure
ton, and other relatives. 'He is accom
pe nied by his wife and children. George
lunks well andl prosperous. His~ many
old Irienids are glad to see him.
Advertisers will lelase get copy for
advertisements in The Sentinel office by
Monday to insure publication in the fol- \
lowing Issue of the peper.
FOR SALE OR TRADE For Good
ONE four-cylinder Buick
Roadster, also one Over
land Self-starting Tour
PICKENS, S. C.
The Right Time to Build
Never before would your pound of cotton, bushel of wheat
or corn buy as much lumber as now. .It takes only about
half as much farm produco to buy the same amount of lum
ber now as it did in 1914. The right time to buy is wheln you
can uet Standard Value at an unusually reasonable price.
That' time is now if.in need of lumber. L yet us supply your needs
PICKENS MERCANTILE & LUMBER CO.
Phone No. 12 - PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
F - =_
LIBERTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
ISIIES ALL HIS FRIEN)S AN) (USTOMERS )j
a Happy and Prosperous Ne.w Year. You have
made the past year his best business year and he
: :- :. .. thanks you for it:
'Xe were fortunat in placing some laIrge orders for
furniture before recent increases in prices and now
have the best stock of furniture of household furnish
ings we have ever began a New Year with. We caii
saye vou money if you want us to. Come and see us.
J. J. (iA NT T 9
LIBERTY, SOUTH CAROLINA
FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS .
We thank you one and all
for the liberal patronage
given us during 1917. We
wish for you a happy and
* prosperous New Year.
CR AIG BROS CO., Pickens
n Ad. in The Sentinel Bring's Result
C I f
For the purpose of
winding up the Heath- -
Bruce-Morrow Co. we
are going to sell their
holdings in real estate
as follows, at bargains
16 1-4 Acres
Half mile south of the
court house. All in
About 7 miles vest of
Pickens. Will cut this
tract up to suit pur
One House and
In town of Pickens.
G (ood location.
On the Oolenoy river.
140 acres of good bot
tomn land, dry and does
not overflow. Well
Four miles north of
If you Want to buy
a farm cheap it will
pay you to see mec at
my office in Keowee
R. E. RUICE