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Pickens Drug Company
The Rexall Store.
J. I. H allum, Prop. & Mgr.
o VPhone No. 8.
i TRADE WITH US i
i AND SAVE MONEY
M SHOES-A big line of shoes at prices to suit t
CLOTHING, HATS--A big line to select from
at right prices.
Bell Overalls, $2.00. Little Gent Overalls, $1.50. D
We pay 45c dozen for Eggs.
Friers., 30c pound up to 50c.
Hens, 20c pound.
Roosters, 15c pound.
n SPECIAL -100 pairs of odd shoes at cost.
Full line of Ginghams and Percales at prices to
Splendid line of Furniture to select from.
Produce a specialty.
Yours for trade,
SJ. W. HENDRICKS
I Have Several Houses and Lots
Nicely fnishedl up and in good sections of the town. WVill sell or
excharge for small farm. This property belongs to Mr. I. M.
Also have several farms near Pick ens for sale.
hisr. >pMaulin is now in Columbia and~ is anxious to dispose of
(Can give terms. see me.
-Frank E. Alexander
The Man Who sells the Earth and Cuts it to Suit Your Taste
ANDERsoN, s. C'.IKNS .C
Maxwll uildngsaturdays and Mondays.
0 YOU WILL NEED0
For keeping weevils out of grain0
?and SUE IL T 0AT
~ 0 for mic'e and rats.
Plenty Lewis' White Salve for
4 sores and burns.
~ 4 KEOWEE PHARMACY
R. E. Lewis,' Prop.4
Pickens - South Carolina~
If you are looking for an absolutely
sure thing put your money on "Liberty
Bond" and "W. S. S."-sure winners.
Mrs. Wm. E. Scarboro has returned
from a three weeks visit with friends
and relatives in Atlanta and south east
The result of the third primary for
comptroller general in Pickens county
county was as follows: E. C. Elmore,
313; R. L. Osborne, 83.
W. R. Cantrell has returned from
Tennessee with a fine bunch of mules.
"Tucker" will be glad to have you give
them a look-over when in town.
Brig.-Gen'l Frank G. Mauldin, of
Fort Sill, Okla., spent several days last
week in Pickens visiting relatives and
friends. He left Saturday for Wash
The Hurricane Township singing con
vention will meet with Six Mile church
on the first Sunday afternoon in Oct. at
2:30 o'clock. All lovers of good music
are invited to come.
Messrs. H. E. Seaborn of Hobbs
Henderson Co. and F. B. Morgan, Jr.,
of Central Mercantile Co., two of Cen
tral's enterprising young business men,
were in Pickens Monday on business.
There will be a birthday dinner at
the home of W. D. Simmons in honor
of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Sim
mons, October 13, at Glenwood Mill,
Easley. Everybody invited to come
and bring well filled baskets.
A Liberty Loan rally will be held in
the Dacusville school auditorium Fri
day night, October 4. A program con
sisting of patriotic drills, songs and
speeches will be given. The public is
cordially invited to attend.
Senator-elect Frank E. Alexander
will make his headquarters when in
town at the Sentinel office. Mr. Alex
ander is in the real estate business and
necessarily is out of town part of the
time and any word left at this oftice for
him will be delisered promptly.
Mr. N. A. Christopher has accepted
the position of bookkeeper at Folger,
Thornley & Co. Mr. Christopher was
auditor for Pickens county for a num
ber of years and is a very eflicient
bookkeeper and a very pleasant gen
tieman with whom to do business.
Mr. Henley Porter received a tele
gram from the War Department Friday
that his son Ernest Porter had been
wounded severely, having been shot
through the right shoulder. It is the
hope of his many friends that it will
not prove as serious as reported..
WV. B. Allgood received word from
Ernest and Frank Allgood that they
had arrived safely overseas and were
feeling fine. These young men are
sons of Capt. W. B3. Allgood-the old
war horse-and we feel satisfied they
will give a good account of themselves.
Uncle Jack Wakelin, age 75 years, a
former resident of Pickens county, died
suddenly~at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. Crenshaw, in Atlanta, Ga., Sat
urday, and was buried at Liberty Mon
day. Uncle Jack was a good old man
and the sympnthy of the community
goes out to his loved ones. Peace to
Rev. E. L. Henderson, of Central,
has been elected field secretary for the
Wesleyan Methodist College and will
enter upon his duties in a few days.
his territory will include North and
South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and
parts of Virginia and Alabama. Mr.
Henderson is a splendid all-round man
andl the college could not have made a
The regular teachers' examination
will be held in the court house next.
Saturday, October 5. The law re
quires that all teachers have valid cer
tificates before they begin teaching.
Diplomas are not certificates. All per
sons that are teaching and expect to
teach this winter in the county and do
not have certificates should present
themselves for examination Saturday
*morning at 9 o'clock.
The W. C. T. U. held a most inter
esting public meeting in the court
house on the evening of Thursday,'
September 19. Prizes of one dollar
each for the best essays were awarded
to the following named: Miss Beulah
Porter in the seventh grade, subject,
"The Effects of Alcohol on the Human
Body." Ernest Bosse In the eighth
grade, subject, "The Business Man's
Opinion of Alcohol." Rule Cannon in
the ninth grade, subject. "Cost of
(Crime Caused by Alcohol." Rev. J. C.
P.;iley of Liberty gave an interesting,
instructive address which every person
in P'ickens county should have. heard.
Don't go elsewvhere to get your- cot
ton ginned. We are prep~ared to take
care of all of it. Bring us cotton. We
guarantee to please you. Pickens Oil
and Fertilizer Co.
We Ilave on hand a great many letters 4
from the boys in France, every one of
which is full of human interest, but
owing to lack of space, we are unable
to publish thorn only one or two at a
time. Be patient, and we will get them
Paul P. Boggs, former ministerial
student, but now working for Uncle
Sam in the 'merchant marine service,
writes the homefolks that he was on
his way to Chili, South America, for a
ship load of salt-peter. Paul likes the
work fine, and he feels he is doing his
bit to help win the war.
Miss Matthews. one of the teachers
of the 10th grade in the Pickens high
school, has resigned her position on
account of throat trouble. She re
turned to her home in Spartanburg
Saturday. Miss Matthews made many
friends during her short stay in Pick
ens who will regret to learn of her
trouble. Her successor has not been
Mr. Ed Ligon of Boston, a brother of -
Mr. Tom Ligon of the Pickens Mill,
spent last week visiting in Pickens.
Mr. Ligon is in the employ of the gov
ernment in the ship yards at Boston
and talks very. interestingly of the con
ditions there with reference to what
the government is doing in the ship
We desire to call attention to the
advertisement this week of the l'ickens
Hardware & Grocery Co. These gen
tlemen carry a full line of groceries
and are pre pared to serve yotfromptly.
They also carry a line of hardware,
farming tool-, roofing, etc., and it will
pay you to step in and "look around"
when in town
DEATH OF WM. KUYKENDALL.
At the U. S. Naval Hospitfl, Ports- I
mouth, Va., Tuesday, A. M., at 7.17
o'clock, William H. Kuykendall, age
26 yeers, died of pneumonia. Mr.
William H. Kuykendall was the son
of the late John and Sarah Kuyken
(dill, of Brevard, N. C. He was a con
sistent member of Mount Moriah
Baptist church of Brevard. The past
four years Mr. Kuykendall made his
home with his sisters, Mrs. W. W.
Meece and Mrs. Lawrence Porter, of
Pickens county, S. C. He was so anx
ious to do his part for his country
that he enlisted in the U. S. Navy
about 15 months ago. He was taken
last winter with the measles and
pneumonia and never fully recover
ed. He neglecfbd himself as he was
afraid that he would be discharged
from the service that he loved so
well. He was taken so suddenly that
it was a shock to his family and his
friends. lie leaves three sisters: Mrs.
Lawrence Porter, of Central, S. C;
Mrs. W. W. Meece, of Portsmouth,
Va.; and Mrs. Dovie Morgan, of Bre
vard, N. C. Funeral services were
conducted at the U. S. Naval Hospi
tal burying ground Wednesday P. M.,
at 2:30 o'clock. The Chaplain of the
U. S. Naval Hospital and Rev. B. K.
Mason of the 4th St. Baptist church
conducted the services. There were
many floral offerings. TI'he pallbearers
were six of his shipmates. The fu
neral was military, the shots being
fired over his grave. The taps were
sounded last. Hie leaves many be
raavedl friends. A Friend.
P RINTIN G1
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
J. E. Barton, et. al., Plaintiffs.:
Mrs. Ma-mie McMahan, 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 (dated June 5th, 1918, and on file I
in the Clerk's office of Pickens coun
ty, I wvill sell to the highest bidder'
SA LESDA Y IN OCTO BER, 1918,'
during the legal hours of public sales ~
before the Court House door at
Pickens, S. C., the following desicrib
ed real estate to-wit:.
All that certain tract of land con-'
taining about seventy-six (76) acres,'
more or less, situate in Easley town-j
ship, Pickens county, South Caro
lina, on the public road leading from
Esasley, South Carolina, to Creen
ville, South Carolina', and being about
one and one-half (1 1-2) miles from
the town of Easley, South Carolina,
and adjoining lansds of estate of E.
H. Barton, deceased, lands of Pick
ens Brothers, lands of Glenwood Cot
ton Mills, and others, and being the
same real estate whereof Malinda
Archer, formerly of Pickens county,
South Carolina, died seized and pos
sessed, and being the real estate
mentioned and dlisposedI of in the will
9f the said Malinda Archer, dleceas
Terms: Cash. Purchaser to pay
for all papers rendl necessary revenue i
stamps, and~ for recording same.
Terms of sale must be complied with
wvithin one hour or the premises will
be resold at the risk of the,former ~
purchaser. e.U RAK
Sheriff Pickens County. 0
Our stock of Grocerie
plete, and if you have ne
,know you do -coni in a
Ing an effort t-o carry n,
line of Groceries and w
will find a line in town
the vesple really want ti
store. SEEING is BELI
Hardware lines-we at
Hardware right up-to-da
GRAIN SOWING TIN
call your attention to IC
that always comes in a
cially at this season of t
stock of Collars and Br
interesting for you to bu
Some lines that we w
to are RUBBER ROOF]
LARD GANS. Also a
EVER YOU WANT I
YOU HAVE GIVEN
WILL MAKE IT WOR
A Large Stoc
We are well stocked up
Wagons which includes
and we are well prepar
with this wagon which]
during the last year. N
All kinds of good hai
as well as a splendid lin
Vou Can Find Anyd
201--207 E. Washingtor
let us in<
"The Big Central
Another car of Cedar Shin;
How about that old roof tha
We also have a smnall stoc
at a reasonablte price,
Successors to Pickens
lotice of Final Setitemerf i 'd Discharge
Notice is hereblV over thait I will
iake application to .J. Ii. Newbery,
sq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
aunty, in the State of south Carolina.
ni the 17th day of October, 1918, at 10
'clock in the foronn, o asonm
re & Grocery Co
s and Hardware is con
eds in these lines-and we
ld see us. WE are mak
Dthing but an up-to-date
6 don't belibve that y6u
stocked with more what
kan you will find at our
EVING. Then in Hard
are very unsettled in the
e keeping our stock of
te as far as the conditions
IE is here and we want to
ood on the farm and espe
ie year. We have a new
idles that we will make it
7 here if you need one.
ant to call your attention
NG, MEAT GRINDERS,
new shipment of RED
zet some while they last.
WANT AND WHEN
T DON'T BUY UNTIL ,
US A CHANCE-WE
1H YOUR WHILE.
ire & Grocery Co
k of Wagons
with four lines of Farm
the best makes known in
L WAON I
ed to supply the trade
ias been greatly improved
Vill be pleased to have you
-ess made in our own shop x
a of team collars, buggy
ting ou Wheels Here.
St. Greenville, S. C...
hundreds of inquiries for farms of
locations wanted in every section.f
property with us and' assure quick*
the best price. Write us to-day and '
lude your place in our big fall ad
bulletin sent to thousands of farm
~erywhere. Our up-to-date methods
ults. Write to-day.
Real Estafe Agency")
Columbia, S. C. +:.
des and they are going good.
is giving trouble every time.
of house lpaint that is going
Lumber Co., Pickens, S. C.
thereafter as said application can bn
heard, for leave to make final sett
ment of the estate of C. H. Parkin!'
decessed, aind obtain dlischarge as ad.
minmstrator of said estates.
Mna. S^R~A PARKINs,