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EGINNING October 1, 1918,
the yearly subscription price
of The Ladies' Home Journal
will be $1.75, and of I'he Saturday
Evening Post, $2.00.
Give us your- order now.
\e take SUbsctriptions for any.
Yours to please,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY I
The Rexall Store
.. N. HALLUM, Prop. & Myr.
Phone ip. a
TR1ADE WITH us!
1 AND SAVE MONEY i
SHOES A hi1: line of shoes at prices to suit t
(i.T iiiN(;. ITI\TS A big Iin to select fom
at right pn1 s
Aeli (vera .v'. ci t1e 111nt )vra l( 1 .
SPK( 'I A I. I' rs I o I Th es at cost.
Full line ; anw I 'eeles at prices to
Splendid in f iurnciture to select from1.
uro fcr trade,
SJ. W. HENDRICKS
I Have Several Houses and Lots
'' 4 - >4 inI !44 i 2 ecti2 ns of ithe town. Will s8-1l or
Ia aThis.4) rprty blongs)!' to Mr. I. M1.
3~t,. t i..i.. s the w~arning ni Ul~f e Sam
anl' ooi2 ; a veeo e n , -
12 I ON by1by
r ". is1, Prp
/ Sollilh ('nrolina4
Court convened Menday morning.
Besidea organizat ion not much was done
the first day.
There will be a family reunion at P.
E. Alexander's home the fifth Sunday
in September. All relatives and friends
The numiber of men between the
ages of 18 and .11 who registered in
l'iekens county September 12 for miii
tary service was 2909.
Somebody leftf a raincoat in the aud
itor's ollice last 'March or April. Owner
may get it by calling on Auditor
Townes and describing it.
The United States government says
that a fter October 1 newspapers cannot
be sent out unless paid for in advance.
A hint to the wise should be sufficient.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy McFall, Mrs. Frank
MciFall and Mrs. William Smith, of
Pickens, spent a day last week with
Mr. and sirs. Wayne Mauldin in Sen.
Miss Sunic Gibson spent last week
end with relatives in Greenville. Sho
will leave in a few (lays for Philadel
phia, where sh' will do office work for
d . (. T Thompson of Piek ens has
gone to Bryson City, N. C.. to take
carge of lthe newspaper there. IlIe is
a newsloper man of much experience
and we wish him I )t, of success in his
new vent m.
Oliver k 'ggs, who has been in t he
ollicers' training camp at Plattsburg.
N. Y.. for some time, has been visiting
his parents, Mr. and M rs. A. J. Boggs,
in Pickens, before reporting at the Uni
versity of South Carolina for two more
mnonths' training, after which he will
be efmmi.;sioned lieutenant.
We have been greatly handicaipped in
issuing The Sentinel this week. We are
short of' help, and alterations being
made in our 4iflice has hindered us some,
and our gasoline engine bemne debili
tated and rfe to performi, besides
other min' things which are not fn
our r''guLi' schedule to happen.
M . llois arnl wife of Piedimont
arc visiting relatives and friends in
Pickens county. They are natives of
this county, born and reared in the Six
Mile svetion, and left here twenty-three
years ago. Mr. Ilollis is a Confederate
veteran :and is gret ly enjoyinr meet
ing up with some of his forncr con
John I.. Th'ornley and f'amilv left
IPicken'is h;e.t week for Clinton, where
MIr. TLhor'nley has arceepted' a posi tion
as outside overseer fr a large oil mill
and tfertilizer' complany. Tlhis tamily
has li':'ed in P'ickens for many years
and their dlepart ur'e is regretted by
numy. P'rof. M\ch inneyv andl family
have moved'r int the 'Thor'nh-'' hau :.
fr'ee tor every 1purchm~ir of a Majestje
during dlemonnst rat ionr we 'k is geinuine.
It is an aout.-and!-ouit gift to' 'very jur'
* (haserI 'it a Majestic range aini the
pric'e of thj~i' anLge with a r'eputatio~n
:iremiains the 5ameo. See this demon
stration luring tihe week co(iim'eing
October I to t ur sto. T. M.
* WE BUV
OWD FA.SE T EET H
Wie pay' from 82.0i0 to S;'5.0n Per "et
* bro'ken oi' inot. ) We also pay act ual
value tor Iia rmonds, old Go;ld, SilIven and
I ridge- work. Send at once b y Iparce'l
post and r'eceivye c'ash by retur n mail.
MMP4ZER'S TOOTHt SPECIM.TV
IDe(pt. XN. 2'i07 S'a. 5th "t.
McSwaini & Craig
I rarctice in State and lFederal Courti
Gr'eenville Oflice P'hone 21f0
I'ickens Ollince P hone 39f
Fair Notice To All
For quite a number of years I have
furnished "hitching posts" for the
town of Pickens. My fence has been
used over my protest to the tow) au
thorities and to the parties as they
hitched thereto, which is a wire one.
The stock has torn the wire away, and,
feeding against it, has caused my cat
tle to break the strands-they get out
and I have trouble about it. This is to
give notice to the public thtt hereafter
any stock tied to my fence will be im
nediately turned loose. and you and
tht town authorities van do the rest.
AlM advice is, if Pickens authorities do
not appreciate your trade enough to
fturnish adeq uiate hitchiig facilities, go
wherv they' do appreciate it.
Very respect fully.
.1. L. 0. THOMPSON.
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina.
01n the 17th day of October, 1918, at 10
o'clock in tihe forenoon, or as soon
thereatfter as said application can be
heard, for leave to inake final settle.
ment of the estate of C. H. Parkins,
deceased. and obtain discharge as ad
mini.itrator of said estates.
MRs. SARA PARKINS,
W. A. SHELoN,
Statt of Sttotith Carolina,
Couinty of Pickens
IY .1. B. Ne whery, Esq., Probate -Judge.
Whereas, Norman Arter made suit to
me to grant him letters of Ad.nistra
tion of the estato of and effects of
Jesse Arter. deceased.
These are therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Jesse Arter, de
ceased, that they be and appear before
tue. in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Pickens Court House, S. C., on the
4th day of Octoher, 1918, next, afler
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why the said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this
16th day of September, 1918, in the 148
year of our Independence.
J. . Nu-wneny,
Jud-e of Probate, Piekens County,
Who Need Glasses
Raul iad f are paid onet way to our
IPickens County Patients
W.Vho Purchase U asses.
i'yes examinedi by spsecialists and~
hlasses mazde' whtile yo~u wit.
. Koda1k Fihns IDeve lopted byV
G;REENVILLE, S. (C,
Ask yoncr *ruertet~ for CHI-.CHER.TR
DIAMOND 1'RAND) ILLS in Rxn u
Goron se.ui i .ges, realed with TJIueVV
Ribbon. THi~p 5 ( oTlhzR. Buy or y our\
Druaggtst anel ask fe,' Oni-elIEs-'rfIkj s
IDI A M ON t R ANDPILL, o et7fv
years retir d . a iet Pnafet,Alway teiable.i
30LD BY ALL DRU(GtisTS
JCR'E EVERYWHERE WE';ri
Thle bloluw merchaint. is enti tlod I
town. Whenu he cannot siupply yo1
alw.ays gladi to see' y'ou andi wil takt
whose names appear in this director;
Insure in the
Southeastet n Life
OrfmENV1L~LEF, S. C.
When you think of Milinery
"Whle", Thosusands B'uy T heir lsats'
if 4 -ry des~cr ui'n.
JIO!N H. WVIldMMS'
G reenv ie - - outhi Carolin:
Notice ot Reference
To all and singular- the heirs at law,
distributees, legatees and devisees, if
any, of Van B. Archer, deceahed (who
died many years ago in Texas, or else
where and who was a son of Malinda
Archer,) whose names, ages, and
places of residence are unknown and,
cannot be ascertained; and also ito' all
other persons whomsoever (if pny.) I
whose names, ages, and places of iesi
dence are unkrtown and cannot be ascer
tained, who have, or claim to have, any
Interest, legal or equitable, either by
purchase or inheritance, as heirs at
law, distributees, legatees, or devisees,
of Malinda Archer, deceased, or other
wise, or who have or claim to have'any i
interest, claim, lien, encumbrance, or!
other demand-whatsoever, in, Upon, or
concerning, the following described real!.
estate (or the proceeds of sale thereof)|
irrespective of the character thereof,
and irrespective of how the same' may I
have been acquired, to-wit: All that
certain tract of land containing about
seventy-six (76) acres. more or less,
situate in Easley township, Pickens
county, South Carolina, on the public
road leading from Easley, South Caro
lina, to Greenville, South Carolina, and
being about one and one-half (1 1-2)
miles from the town of Easley, South
Carolina, adjoining lands of estate of
E. 11. Barton, deceased. lands of Pick
ens Brothers, lands of Glenwood Cotton I
Mills, and others, and being the real es
tate whereof Malinda Archer, formerly
of Pickens county, South Carolina, died:
seized and possessed, and being the
real estate mentioned and disposed of
in the wiil of the said Malinda Archer,
You will pleuse take notice that, in
accordance with an order of the court
of common pleas for Pickens county,
South Carolina. dated June fifth. 1918,
a reference will be held before the un
dersigned as special referee at his office
in the court house at Pickens, South
Carolina, on the seventh (7th) day of
October, 1918, at. eleven o'clock in the
forenoon. for the purpose of taking
testimony to deternine the persons in.
terested in the above described real es
tate or the proceeds of sale thereof (or
in the estate of MIIalinda Archer, de
ceased,) by purchase, inheritance, or
otherwise. or in any manner whatsoev
er, and the extent of such interest,
claim, loin. eneumbrance, or other de
mand or claim'whatsoever. irrespectivo
of the character thereef antid irrerpec.
tive of how the same may have been
acquired, and yoi are hereby notified
that yvou- are required to appear at said
time and place and prove .vour interest,
claim. 'n. encumbrane, or other de
mand. if any yot h 1, or be forever
barred ftrom assertiog the same and
forever exclude' thefrom. Said ret
erence' will bw readjcurned fromn time to
timle i+' f%1nd 9. D~e n say
l'e e~.S.('. ep nm r-, .
. .STEWA RT, C. C ' .
as special refere''. 21
State of South Carolinia,
County of Pickens.
J. E. Barton, -et. al., Plaintiffs.
Mrs MrmieMcMahan, et. al.,
In pursuance of a decretal order
of sale of real estate made in the
above stated case by his Honor, T.
,J. Mauldin, Presiding .Judge, signed
and (dtedI Jtine 5th, 1918, and on file
in the Clerk's office of Pickens coun
ty, I will sell to the highest bidder
SA L ESDAY IN OCTOBE R, 1918,
during the legal hours of public sales
before the Court House (100r at
Pickens, S. C., the following dlescrib
edl real est:-te to-wit:
All that certain tract of land conl
. i nn abou11t seventy-six (76) acres,
more or less, situate in Easley town
ship, P'ickens county, South Caro
Sinia, on the public road leading from
Easley, South Carolina, - to Green
ville, South Carolint , and being sbout
onie and one-half (1 1 -2) miles from
the town of' Easley, South Carolina,
andl adljo)ining lands of estate of E.
II. Barton, deceased, ads of Pick
ens Brothers, lands of. Glenwood Cot
ton Mills, and others, and being the
same real ests.te whereof M~alindla
Archer, formerly of Pickens county,
South Carolina, dliedl seized and pos
s0ee, anid being' the real estate.
mentionedl andl disposed of' in the will
of the said Malinda Archer, dleceas
TIerms : Cash. Purchaser to p)ay,
for all papers Ind necessary revenue
stamnps, and for record(ing same. I
Terms of sale muuet be comnplied with
within one hour11 or tihe premises will
be r-esoldi at the risk of the former
R. RI. ROARK(.
Sheriiflf Pickens County.
-E BUSINESS I
Syou' tradje fi rst. H e is your neighbor an<
r neads bufy in Greenville, our big sister
pleasure in helping you to get just what
are known by TIhe Sentinel to be reliable.
For Good Things to Eat
and the \vorld's best Coffees go to
J. A. BULL CJO.
G;REENVILLE, - - s '
DR. R. J. D)RUMIMOND
Over C. D). Kenne~y Co. Phone 1901.
Poe Hardware & Supply Co.
- GR ENVII LLE, 8. C.
Wholesale an~d Retail
Our service can he had in P'ickens
county the same as in Qrpenville.
Phone 129 day or nigh t, Green4,ille, S. C.
*1* Riward, $1W
"h- eaders ot this 9a9" Wil be
AeAse" to learn that there is at least
116 dreaded disease that science has
en able to cure in all its stages and
hat Is caterrh. Catarrh being greatly
dlIuenced by constitutional conditions
,equires constitutional treatment. Hall's
"atarrh Medicinie Is taken Internally and
Lcts-thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur
aces of the System thereby destroying
he foundation of the disease, giving the
)atlent strength by building up tho con.
ititution and- assistlng nature in doing itj
gork. The proprietors have so much
aith Sn the curative i)owers of Hali's
-atarrh Medicine thnt they offer One
undred Dollars for any. case that it fails
o cure. Send for 1et of tentimonials.
Address F. J. C1T-N.rY & CO.. Toledo.
)bio. Sold by all Druggist, 76,
SPEC IAL NOTICES
Notices itorteti in tis9 coltlurn for onle l'en -t
Ford for tirst insertion antd one-half cent a wo
or each subsequelit hiiton.
A otlee to ral'Dnes--We will
urnish you bagging and ties to cover
Four cotton for $1.00 per bale. Pickens
dill. 21 tf
Fline MiIch VOW for sale. J. H.
2awrence, Calhoun R-1. 23
Watch Lost-One 16-jewel South
3end movement in open face gold case.
.eturn to this office and get reward. 21
Wlt havte installed new machinery
knd are ready to gin. L. S. Reese &
Fo' N'a Ie--Second-hand shat wi
n in good condition, '. E. Carson.
?ickens R-1. 21
We Imave bought the Gillespie
Jack. He can be found on my Keowee
lace in charge of W. A. Grant. Also
lave a nice lot of pigs for sale at the
tame place. R. G. Gaines.
.D*ur'oc Pig% for sie. Dr. F '
BReginnimgg Getober 1. 191", the
vearly subscription price of Ie Ladies
lome Jourhal will be $1. 1 and of the
Saturday Evening Post, $2.00. Give us
?our order before the raise. We take
-rders for any magazine published.
lekens Drug Co. 19tf
Fot msale -20 bushels of fine Abruz
?i rye; also few Berkshire pigs. R(. A.
-lester, Liberty R.3- 17ttf
,pianalM . Mor ale at the clerk's
Ahce-real estate mortgages, satis.
faction blanks, real estate deeds, all
kinds of blanks, chattel mortgages:
arge or small order illed. (. S.
Stewart, Cit-rk of Court. 7-tf
! will pay cash market price for all
-hickens. eggs and peanuts delivered to
ne at l'ekens. Dan Adams. tf
Prices quoted below hold g od
up to and including Wednesday,
Corn---- -s - . . .1.90 bushel
'Beeswax........... :>.0e lb
Wool- Ii t
[Unwashed t burry ) 40 ib
free from burrs 50e. ib
Tu wae ~ Shedl free ot burrs (60e ib
Chlickens and Egg a
llooseters . -15e lb
F rying Chickens ."c Iib
up to 2 lbs
ID)uckl ea:ch 15e lb
ft suinead. eam- 10e
- Egg,. Jer den. I5
Whbite M~Iulti plying Onions,
per hushcl . . 8 1.50
Hutter in bulk . :e lb
:' if you ca'i3't reach us with but- :
ter in nice. conlitioin we can han- '
~dIe all we cane get in bulk.
Side Hacon . :e lb :
We pay the above for produce :
i n trade at regular cash prices. j
Crai g Bros. Co.
helping you to build up your home
city, where the business men are
you want. Firms and individuals
U. A. MILLS
Cotton~ Mill Stocks
is Building. Phone 115
Anountain City Foundry and Machine
Enylneors ami Machsinios
Expert consulting and contracting.
II kmnds of welding. Phone 323.
Greenville, S. C.
W. R. HALE'
Jtewele, ant Biversnelth
"105 Norib Main Street
REENV/ILLE, .. N~outl, Carolin~a
or Fotos of Distinction Go To
Oe hpRe's Art Siios
i(turq" Jin. of, every description.
Alnate jviuing by ma it.,
212 W~.nton steet