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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. White Ivory Goods.
A big line of Bibles and Testaments.
Plenty of Candy in regular packages now.
Our Christmas line will come in later.
Aid many other goods of' int est to Christmas Buyers.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
J. N. HIALLUM, Prop. and Mgr.
TRADE WITH US
AND SAVE MONEY
Z SHOES-A big line of shoes at prices to suit M
CLOTHING, HATS--A big line to select from
at right prices.
Bell Overalls, $2.00. Little Gent Overalls, $1.50.
We pay 5Oc dozen for Eggs.
Friers, 30c pound up to 60c.
1 Hens, 20e). pound.
Rootters, 15c pound.
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.
Yrour~s for trade, .
SJ. W. HENDRICKS
Watch This Space For
Real Estate Bargains
Frank E. Alexamder
Tihe Man Who Sel the Earth and Cuts it to suit Your Taste
ANDiERSON, .C PICKENS, s. C.
Maxwell Buildzing. Saturdays and Mondays.
Now Is the Time For
Blue Stone J
Speciah'. Agood Founi ain Syringe
IOthers at $1.50, $2.00, $2.50 each. 4
4 ~ KEOWEE PHARMACY4
R. E. Lewis, Prop.
Pickens - South Carolina
ONE CAR Ballard's Obelisk Flour
at $12.00 per, barrell. MORRIS & CO.
Dr. R. E. Lewis spent part of last
week in Atlanta buying Christmas
W. L. LaBoon of Westminster was a
pleasant visitor to the Sentinel office
Sunday's casualty list carried the
name of Lewis T. Lanier, Liberty, S.
C. -slightly wounded.
Dr. J. L. Anderson of Greenville
made a professional visit to Pickens
Mrs. Izetta Waldrop has received a
letter from her husband, Mark Wal
drop, that he has safely landed in
W. J. Acker spent several days at
home last week as a result of an acci
dent to his hand, received in the plant
of the Gieenville Lumber Co.
There were 11,204 bales of cotton
ginned in Pickens county this year to
November 1. The same date last year
shows 6,932 bales ginned
There will be a conference call at
Griffin church next Sunday, November
17. Business of importance to trans
act. All members requested to be
Mr. Ben Masters of Cleveland, Green
ville county, was a pleasant visitor to
the Sentinel oflice Friday. He reports
North Greenville as being very pros
perous at this time.
Mr. A. L. Sanders and Miss Daisy
Julian were married at the court house
last Saturday, the ceremony being per
formed by C. E. Robinson, notary pub
Mrs. J. T. Taylor returned home last
week from the hospital in Atlanta
where she underwent a serious opera
tion. Her many friends will be glad to
know that she is fast recovering.
The Liberty Township Singing Con
vention will meet with Flat Rock
church the third Sunday in November,
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m. All
good singers are cordially invited to at
tend. R. C. Robinson, Pres.
It is said when an Indian dies his
surviving relatives pay all his debts.
We are acquainted with a man whom
we heartily wish would turn Indian and
die. If he reads this it will be just like
him to wonder who is meant.
W. C. Newton has returned from
Morristown where he purchased a car
load of mules andl horses which have
already arrivedi. Mr. Newton has some
nice animals in this lot and will be glad
for the public to come in and examine
How quichly ysu can tell a live town
from a dead one b~y simply looking over
its newsp~aper. Poor, skim milk sort
of newspaper wvith a fewv small adver
tisemnents, and those looking as though
they were run at. half price, betoken a
dead town just as sure as a corpse indi
cates a funeral; while a good lively well
printed newspaper, wvell filled with
good fresh ads, shows that the town is
prospering and thriving. It never fails.
Marvin [Dorr, son of S. G. Dorr, died
at the home of his father Thursday of
pneumonia. Marvin was 20 years old
and was a member of Griffin church,
andl every evidence was shown (luring
his sickness that his future was secure
andl that he did not dread death. He
was buried at Griffin Griffin Friday,
the funeral being conducted by Rev. F.
S. Childress. The sympathy of the com
mnnity goes out to the bereaved fam
George Nally, while driving a mule
and wagon belonging to L. M. Brown,
had the misfortune to have the mule
killed instantly and the wagon demol
ished at the cave on the Easley road
near Squire Richey's place. It seema
he attempted to pass an automobile at
this place, and by some means the en
tire outfit went over the precipice, with
the above results. Mr. Nally was not
seriously injured, and at last reports
wvas resting well. This is a very dan
gerous place and steps should be taken
to have it fixed before any further
damage is done.____
One of the busiest men in the county!
at the present time is A. B. Taylor, the
cross tie man, le tells us that he is
swamped with orders for tieu and poles,
having just closed a deal for 40 or 50
cari loads of telegraph poles. Mr. Tay
hei dos a big h~usiness in this line over
a inrge territory, covering Western
North Carolina, South Carolina and
Georgia, and keeps employed several
hundred hands getting out this mnate
terial- IHe expects to make a substan
tial raise in the price of ties at Pickens
right away. Bring him all the ties you
Iowa t"es ae dat e Noveane t,
F. Al andr. City
The Oolenoy school will opex bi
Monday, the 18th inet.
Dr. W. A. Woodruff spent' Moiday
in Pickens.qxamining boys for the army.
We are glod to note that Rev. B. G.
Field is much improved after .a severe
spell of Spanish influenza.
The Liberty Bonds-Fourth Liberty
Loan-have arrived. All parties sub
scribing through Pickens Bank please
call and get them.
The many friends of Wyatt -A. Jen
nings, son of our genial postmaster,
will be glad to hear that he has been
The ladies' cottage prayer meeting
Af the Hagood district will meet at the
home of Mrs. R. H. Baker, Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock. All ladies in
Mr. W. F. Johnson of Central was a
pleasant visitor at the Sentinel office
Wonday. Mr. Johnson has been a sub
icriber to the Sentinel ever since it
We will pay at present 50c dozen for
ggs; 40c per lb. for nice butter; 25c
b. for hens; 15c lb. for old roosters,
md 30c. lb. for fryers up to 2 lbs.
3raig Bros. Co.
An infant about six months old of
lev. D. P. Hudson died Saturday night
mnd was buried at Mt. Bethel Sunday
ifternoon, services being conducted by
3. C. Dunlap.
Central township interdenominational
sunday school association will meet in
:he high school auditorium, Central, on
;he afternoon of the first Sunday in
December at 2 o'clock.
Hattie Porter, daughter of Smith
Porter, died Thursday, November 7, of
meumonia. Hattie was 12 years old.
3he was buried at Pickens View Fri
lay, one week from the time of her
We are requested to announce that
Roanoke school will open next Monday,
November 18. Parents hre urged to
send their children on the opening day
and see that they attend regularly un
til the closing of the term.
The preachers of the county, all de
nominations, white and colored, are re
quested to send their name and address
to Sam B. Craig, Pickens, S. C., as he
has important matter he wishes to
mail them. Please attend to it promptly.
Sargeant Jack Sutherland, of the
general hospital, Chattanooga, is spend
ing a ten-day furlough with friends and
relatives in and near Pickens. Jack
has charge of four wards at the hos
pital and is looking exceedingly well.
Mrs. Ellen Porter, wife of Smith
Porter, died at her home Friday, No
vember 1, of pneumonia. Mrs. Porter
was 42 years old and leaves a husband
and five children. Mrs. Porter was a
consistent member of Pickens View
church, at which place she was buried
the (lay following her death.
We acknowledge receipt of a very
interesting letter from Mr. Gary Hiott,
who is resting a few days at the home
of his father, Rev. D. W. Hiott, at
Holly Hill, Orungeburg county. We
are producing herewith a part of hiE
letter which will, we are sure, be inter
eating: "This sure is a fine farming
country here, and am enjoying my visit
fine. Regular summer weather and
don't have to have a fire yet. Holly
Hill is about the size of Pickens, but
not as pretty right in town. Lots of
fine large residences here and looks like
everybody is rich. Most peop~le here
have large plantations near and and 'let
the negroes do the work.' Never saw
the like o1 cotton in my life, and many
other things here I've never seen be
fore. Have quit drinking coca-cola as
they charge ten cents for it here, "
Mrs. Carrie Adams, age 26 years,
wife of B. B. Adams, died at her home
October 30 and was buried the day fol
lowing at Mt. Bethel, the services being
conducted by Rev. Wade H. Lewis.
Mrs. Adams was the daughter of Mr.
Smith Porter and was a good woman,
being a member of Mt. Bethel church.
She leaves a husband and two children
and many relatives and friends who
will miss her greatly. The sympathy
of all goes out to the family.
Mrs. Roxie Adams,. wife of J. T.
Adams, died at her home October 25 of
Spanish influenza and was buried at
Martin Grove cemetery the day follow
ing, services being conducted by Rev.
L. H. Kelly. Mrs. Adams was 29 years
old at the time of her death, and was
the daughter of Mr. J. Mat Brazeale.
Mrs. Adams wvas a faithful mother and
a consecrated Christian woman. She
leaves a husband and three small chil
dren andl a large number of near rela
tives and friends to mourn her depart
You Get ALI
MAGAZINES and 4
Year Each FOR -m
HIrS i OXCc10NAL OTI111l.ra is
SubmerlytIons may be new or renewal
tended or one yenr from
Address: The Pickens
SOccasionally we sell Oxford
of the year, but we do n1
We Call YC
To our line of Sweaters fo
Womeni. Let us show yo
- garimen t
A good line of new winte
and Boys just opened up.
Some niew~ pieces of Serg
See us when y ou wvant I
yuhave prod1uce for sale.
DUROC Jersey pigs for sale. Dr.
F. S. Porter. Pickens. 30
Patrons Pickens Colored School
Pickens graded school. (colored) will
open Monday, November 18. All- the
patrons with their children are ex
pected to be present. The meeting
will be educational and patriotic. Come,
let us start together.
P. S. Ilicks, Principal.
Notice is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the
Pickens Railroad Company has been
called by the Board of Direc tors .and
will he held at the principal office of
the company in the town of Pickens,
South Carolina, on the 16th day of Dec
ember, 1918, at 11 o'clock a. m. and that
at such meeting the question of author
iring the making of contract with the
Director General of Railroads relating
to joint rates and other matters will he
By order of the board of directors.
J. McD. BRUCE, Secretary.
Porter's Pressing Club1
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the wor'k -is done by an
ox pert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 50e suit; dry cleaning, $1
suit. Special attention ulven to lad iea'
We appreciate youir ;...~
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
FOUR of These
.05 Order Now
GOOD FORt A 9SHORT TIME ONL.Y
All rcea' tt usa~slejiplovi jVlll be x
preut date of expiration.
Sentinel, Pickens, S.C
In our establishment are,
from every standpoint, per
fectly satisfactory. Their ex
cellent quality is conceded by
all who have tried them and
we can guarantee their purity
as it isguaranteed tous by the
manufacturers. It will be
money in your pocket to deal
here because you not only get
the highest grade of goods
but pay the lowest price for
. & GRO. CO.
s and Muslins at this season
ot push such goods now.
r Boys and Girls, Men and
u our line. A very useful
)r Caps and Gloves for Men
es in black, blnes and green. -
() buy nmerchandise or w hen
, s. C.
Twentieth Century Mothers'
Cltub Holds First Meeting
The Twentieth Century Mothers'
Club held its first regular meeting
Thursday afternoon, October 31, at the
home of the president, Mrs. J1. P.
The meeting was called to order and
the minutes of the initial meeting were
read by the secretary, Mrs. J. M.
Mrs. ,J. Li. Valley was then duly
elected third vice president.
With a few well chosen remarks the
president set forth the purpose of the
club, its aims, etc., and in this. connec
tion read the constitution, after which
the following program was rendered:
Piano Solo-Miss Inez Morris.
Paper-"What Constitutes a Modern
Good Mother," (by Ella Wheeler Wil
cox) Mrs. R. E. Lewis.
Discussion of the paper by members
of the club.
Poem-"She Was-a Phantom of De
light," (by Wordsworth) Mrs. J. L.
Paper--"Marriage," (by Harley)
Mrs. J. M. Stewart.
Discussion by members of the club.
Reading of the program for the next
It was decided that the club should
meet the first Friday in each month,
and the next meeting will be held at
the home of Mrs. T. L. Bivens on Do
For Infants and Childreni
In Use For Over30 Years