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Waterman Fountain Pens, Parker Fountain Pens,
Rexall Fountain Pens from $1.50 to $5.00.
Jewelry of various kinds. Chinaware, hand-painted.
Manicure and Toilet cases. Pocket Books.
Combs and Brushes.
Table Silverware. Whito Ivory Goods.
A big line of Bibles and Testaments.
Plenty of Candy in regular packages now.
Our Christmas line will come in later.
And many other goods of interest to Christmas Buyers.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
J. N. HALLUM, Prop. and Mgr."
TRADE WITH US
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. M
We pay 50c dozen for Eggs.
Friers, 30c pound up to 60c.
1 Hens, 20c pound.
Roosters, lhc pound.
L1 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,
~J. W. HENDRICKS
I Have Three or Four Small Farms
with good improvements. 50 or 75 acres each.
$30 Per Acre
Easy terms. See me quick.
Frank E. Alexander
The Man WVho sells the Earth And Cuts it to suit Your Taste
ANDERsoN, s. C. PICKENs, s. C.
Maxwell Building, Saturdays and Mondays.
0 Now Is the Time For0
0 Red Pepper
Black Pepper i We have it
Blue Stone J
Specialh A good Fountain Syringe
0 for $1.00.
- - Others at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 each.
R. E. Lewis, Prop. 0
0 Pickens - South Carolina
Rev. E. T. Hodges has gone to At
lanta for a few days.
Mrs. Zade Cox and David Lynn spent
Monday in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeans spent Sunday in
Anderson with relatives.
i.liss 'Katherine Harris returned to
G. W. C. Monday morning.
Mrs. L. T. Shirley of Central was in
Pickens Friday on business.
There will be preaching at the Bap
tist church the second Sunday.
Miss Essie Kelley of Greenville is
vising her mother here this week,
A. A. Jones was in town on business
Monday and paid the Sentinel a visit.
Mrs. Clements of Atlanta visited her
niece, Mrs. G. R. Hendrix, last week.
Mrs. R. F. Herd, who has (been very
ill with influenza, is slowly improving.
Mr. Clarence Mann went to Columbia
Friday for the Clemson-Carolina foot
We note with pleasure that Mrs. T.
J. Mauldin is out again after an attack
of the "flu."
Mrs. N. E. Thornley has returned
after an extended visit to relatives in
Anderson and Greenville.
A. V. Inabinet, with the Gresham
hotel at Spartanburg, is spending a
few days with his parents here.
We are glad to see Mr. John Craig
out again and learn from him that his
family is recovering from the "flu."
Mrs. Henry Stokes, with her children,
motored through from Clinton on a
visit to her sister, Mrs. T. L. Bivens.
The family of Mr. It. A. Hester have
received word that their son Charles
had arrived safely overseas and was
Mrs. It. A. Bowen and Miss Florence
Bowen returned Saturday from Liberty
where they visited Mr. Bowen's daugh
ter, Mrs. Bannister.
We are requested to announce that
Montvale school will open Monday,
November 11. Misses Sadie Craig and
Flora Kelley are the teachers.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Morris have re
ceived news of their son Edgar's com
mission as a lieutenant in the motor
trrnsport service of the U. S. army.
Lieut. Paul S. McClanahan recently
spent a few days wvith his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. McClanahan, of near
Liberty. He has since reported for
duty at Camp Custer, Battle CreEk,
Capt. WV. B. Allgood has received
word from his two boys in France stat
ing that Frank was in a hospital with
pneumonia but at that writing was
doing fine. Erne~st, we are glad to
note, was enjoying the best of health.
Our good friend B. M. Smith sent us
a mess of Irish potatoes last week
wvhich were greatly appreciated. They
were of the Lookout Mountain variety
and were as fine as we have ever seen.
Many thanks, friend Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Porter have re
ceived notice from their son ,Clarence
that he had been wounded-shot
through the left leg, and that he had
also been gassed, but that he was get
ting along o. k., with the exception of
the gas, which settled in his back.
Dr. Porter received a telegram Fri
day that his niece, Mrs. S. C. Wither
spoon, had died at her home in A tlanta
Thursday of Spanish influenza. Dr.
Porter's daughters, Mrs. Stella liop
kins and Mrs. Nannie Bliakely at
tended the funeral, as D)r. Porter was
unable to leave.
Rev. Eugene Pendleton, who has
been pastor of the Baptist church at
Liberty for the past two yearn, left
this week for New York where he will
sail for France to be chaplain in the 11.
S. army. Rev. Pendleton muade-many
friends in Liberty who extend to him
their very best wishes in his new work,
We call attention to the sale of per
sonal property advertised in this issue
by Mr. B. M. Smith. Mr. Smith is go
ing to move to Oconee county and
wants to dispose of some of his farm
machinery. Mr. Smith has boen living
on the Geo. A. Ellis farm, westof Pick
era , for a number of years, and is one
of the bsst farmers around P'ickehn,
tand we regret his decision to move to
another county, for Pickens county can
ill aff'ord to lose such ai good farmer
Balluard's, dunlop's and Triplets-.
three good flouts. M orris &Co.
*. Nre. B. B. Port M de
bte.Eieanor, have .ret , to
home in Greenville aftr s pid.
inW the raoonth of October. with 'IW
patents in Pickers.
According to reports from the PeJ
partment of Commerce there w te
8,897 bales of cotton ginned in Pickens
county from the crop of 1918 prior to
October 18, 1918, as compared with
8,465 bales ginned to the same time
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gantt, of Liberty
received a wire Tuesday from the War
Dept. that their son Ernest was killed
in France Oct. 12. He was in the
Ambulance corp and was in active sor
vice in removing the dead and wounded
from the battle field. The sympathy
of the county goes out to these parents
in their loss.
Gene Young, colored, son of Pleas
ant Young, died Saturday night as a
result of injuries he received Saturday
noon at the Pickens Mill. It seems he
attempted to mount the elevator
through a door as it was moving up
ward and was caught between the floor
of the elevator and the top of the door
frame and his body badly crushed, so
much so that he died Saturday as a re
sult of the accident.
Supt. Hallum states that all the
schools of the county are allowed to
open next Monday, the quarantine hav
ing been lifted. Trustees are requested
to see that the buildings and premises
are in proper shape and that plenty of
good fuel is provided. Teachers should
keep their rooms properly ventilated at
all times, and see that the pupils are
comfortable. No pupil should be al
lowed to enter school from a family
that have the influenza until all danger
from spreading the disease has passed.
Town taxes are due November 1st.
E. F. Alexander, City Clerk.
Mr. Frank Alexander has received a
letter from his son stating that he had
been slightly wounded,
100 bbls. flour and 100 lbs. shorts
with each barrel, 815.25. Morris & Co.
Car of salt-good time to get what
you need. Morris & Co.
The opening of the school which was
to have been today, has been indefi
nitely postponed on account of the
Spanish influenza. While there are no
serious cases at present there are
about seventeen families in which some
of the members are ill. This includes
only patrons of the school. The fam
ily of Perry Masters, who live several
miles out in the mountains, have suf
fered very severely. The entire fam
ily was stricken, one grown daughter
died, and a son was in extremis at last
The following who have been at home
during the quarantine have returned to
their school duties: Misses Cleo Hien
drix to Central high school at Green
ville; .Jesssie 1B. Rdens to Spartan Acad
emy, Laurens, and A. C. Sutherland to
Easley graded school.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Morris of Pickens
'and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keith spent Sun
day wit~h their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J.~ liendrix.
Mr. anid Mrs. L. M. igdon of Easley
are Iupendinlg HOomeS days with their
daughter, Mrs. .Joe Stansel:, .Jr., whose
husband han. been. quiteo ill with influ
M ijn I'eari Hutherland will tsec us
prlicipal of the I'leasant Grove school
This community regretan that Mr. and
Mrs. W. Ti. Anideirni are nooni to leave
for Creenv'illeu whuere Mr. A ndcerson has
atcce4pt ed war k wi th the past offe de
partmnenat there. The goord wli(heat
many, friendnic follow the.i.
Mr. F. F. Looper Is
'Thrown From Horse
While r Iilig 1bthogh bin farm Sun
(day afternon Mr, d. V. Koopuer was
thrown from i ore a e~rn d noriously In
jured. ifs tstl'ns.ptAed to' crons as ditch
that he tho'sugh I, his borns would step
across, but innstendt the hoars jumped
and thrsuw hime off on hiln shoulder.
F~romn this position he wait unable to
get up uent il nIomI of the hands. on the
place ena~ o binhi annistance. and re
mo)vedi him toD the house, i)r. Cannon
was nmnonesd alt oneNE and gave him a
thorough ne mination but was unable
to find any hones broken. On account
of hinsi ulz he watt unable to tell
whether hi. wanh injuredi internally or
not, although ho was in intense paifl<
Mr. I~ooner in well and favorably
known all over Pickens county and his
many friendi s will regret to hear of this
Tlhe monusy onel Invests in W.'. S. S.
quickly b'eom transformed into bul
lets that rid t he world of Hluns.
-All the muonuey you lend Uio$e'Sam
when you buy W. S. S. 4p spent on
thinga for our soldiers.
I fluenza, and O 7'
Relieved By Ironized PavAPaw
Taken According to Directions After You Are on the Road to
Recovery Will Restore Your
After your physician has ronounced
:.-ou out of danger, you nee a tonic to
j" .. build you up. You can do no better
- - thanto go to the nearest up-to-date
- - d'g y e and obtain a bottle of Nux
- - - ron- Pw Paw compound--take it
-0 arcording to directions-one.
- - - E8or 4 times a day. You
- will quickl yfind that the wine basi.
and ingredients in this remedy. will
rade materially aid you tn restoring you to,
- - ine your former activity and health. This
compound' contains no alcohol or
whiskey except the ordinary strengtl
.." of the port wine used in its manufac
All we ask is, take it according to directions. If you are run down, neryio ,
debilitated or constipated you will find quick relief and ultimate recovery of
In your anxiety to get better quickly, don't overdo it; as many sufferers do,
and take larger doses of this standard re edy. It will not act any faster and
you will not receive the same benefits fromxta:use you otherwise would.
Your druggist posibly keeps it, but if hi doesn't it is sold in Pickens by the
Pickens Drug Company.
W ARNING- i d Pakist'has the formula on every bottle.
If taken according to directions and not as a bever
age will be found superior to any tonic, having a quarter :.f a century's un
qualified indorsement from people all over the world. Interstate Drug Com
pany, Inc., New York. -Advertisement.
The Kitchen Cabinet Unusual
A Mclougall is a central station of efficiency in the
kitchen. And it .saves steps, time, energy food anid money.
I1f for no ,other reason thanm to see its famous Auto
Front, you sho0uld( by all means call and examine this
famous kitchen cabinct.
With it you wvill also find an array of other coniveni
onces dlistincetively "McDougall"'-l'catulres which have
g.iven the M~ciougall lirst place ver~ sinice the in venitioni
of the first kitchen cabinet, which, by the way, was a
Come, see this king of kitchen cabinets. Buying a
Mcougvall involves no hardship. It will be a pleasure
to show you.
A limited number--get yours before they are all gone.
J. J. Gantt Furniture Co..
Occasionally we sell Oxfords and Muslins at this season
-. of the year, but we (do not push such goods nowv.
:We Call Vouw Special
To our line of Sweaters for Boys and Girls, Men and
, Women. Let us show you our line. A very useful
A good line of new winter Caps and Gloves for Men
and Boys just opened up.
Cotton Flannels andi
Some new pieces of Serges in black, hlues and green.
See usB when y, ou want to buy merchandise or when
you have produce for sale.
o' Craig Bros. Conmpany
Pickens, S. C.