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OES-A big line of shoes at prices to suit
CLOTHING, HATS--A big line to select from
at right prices.
Bell Overalls, $2.00. Little Gent Overalls, $1.50. 4
We pay 50c dozen for Eggs. f
Friers, 30c pound up to 60c.
Hens, 20c pound.
Roosters, 15c pound.
M 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
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"Occasionally we sell Oxfords and Muslins at this season
of the year, but, we do not push such goods now.
We Call Your Special:"
To our; line of Sweaters for, Boys.'and Girls, jMen and
Women. iLet, us show you our line. A very useful
A good line o: ne winter Caps and Gloves for Men
and Boys just. opened up.
Cotton Flannels and
Some new pieces of Serges in black, blues and green.
See us when S on want to buy merchandise or when
you have produce for sale. 1
Craig Bros. Company
Pickens, S. C.
I have ten small farms in Oconee, all improved
and ready for homes. T1erms easy.
Also three well improved farms of 52, 60 and 74
acres each, near Pickens. Do you good to see them.
I want to wind up this year's business by the
15th of December. Come at once if interested.
hank E. Alexander
The Man Who Sells the Earth and Cuts it to Suit Your Taste
A N DERSON, s. C. PICK ENs, S. C.
Maxwell Building, saturdays and Mondays.
- Will be clad to havo you look
over our line
0 No Trash
- but substantial goods of quality at
fair prices is what we handle
3- 4 KEOWEE PHARMACY0
3 4 R. E. Lewis, Prop.
Pickens - South Carolina 1
"bie Hlendricks of amp;: Ser
t0 njthe dveek end with home folk.
ru. B. C. Robinson spent Sunday i
4614y with her sister,' Mts, FreIn R
i ssBertha Cantrell spent the i
PO wit h.friends-at Deniorest,-(4
Thanksgiving services will B'
[ollv ring aptis'church by
FIr4A1cthur Alei o the . S. Navy h
,fe-al day I k,ith his jc
ei'r. T. R 1 MC
Mias Adie i no
)r the p.&N..
north, visited h c tyr
Tavy and statio
pent Suny- wi
Up to. November 14 * there
3,658 bales of cotton ginned in Picken
ounty agalust 9,882 the same date last
The Martyn school resumed work c
Monday with Misses - Annie Newton, c
irtie Aiken and Sadie Nealy as teach- a
James Massingill and his son-in-law,
Fletcher Lewis, killed a hog apiece last
week the two weighing 870 lbs. Both
weighed over 400.
Dr. W. J. Langston will preach at
Peter's Creek on the first Sunday in
December at 11 o'clock and at Nine
Forks at 3 o'clock of the same day.
Let everybody come out and hear him.
Rev. John N. Wren] of Greenville
will speak at3Pickens Mill Baptist
ch7clWe'dnesday night ait7:00~o'clock.
His subject is "Christian Education."
The Hurricane Township singing con
vention will meet with Praters Creek
church on the first Sunday afternoon in
December at 2:00 o'clock. Everybody
come and meet with us.
Am sorry, Mr. Editor, I cannot give
you an advertisement; 1 am troubled
with heart disease, and my physician
says I must quit advertising so I can
have absolute. rest.
Rev. Pierre S. Ellis of Clemson Col
lege, Baptist pastor, will speak on the
first Sunday night in December at the
Pickens Mill Baptist church. Every
body invited to attend.
There will be a box supper at Maul
din school house Thursday night, No
vember 28. The girls are urged to
bring boxes and the boys their pocket
booka. Proceeds go to school library.
Bennett IH. Powers who has been
flaging on the Southern Railway for
several months has been promoted to
baggage master. Good luck, Bennett,
but look out for the big trunks.
John C. Carey, of Charleston is visit
ing in Pickens this week. We venture
there are some who look forward with
pleasure to the day when "Johnnie will
conmc marching home. " And wve hope
the time is not far distant, for we need
him in Pickens.
Arthur Allen, son of 'T. IR. Allen for
merly wvith Pickens Hardware Co., but
at present holding a position with the
Sullivan-Markley Co., in Greenville. is
visiting relatives in Pickens this week.
Arthur is in Uncle Sam's Navy.
There will be a community singing
Thursday morning (Thanksgiving) at
10 o'clock at the Baptist church. This
singing will precede the Thanksgiving
service. Everybody is urgedl to at
tend and help out.
We overlooked the notice in last
wveek's issue in regardi t~o Mar-tin's
school opening last Monday, with Miss
Annie Laurie Newton, principal, and
Misses Gartie Aiken and Sadie Nealy,
assistants. This is one of the beatI
schools in the county 'and we regretI
our oversight in not reporting the open
Mr. andl Mrs George D). Ilolly-of At
lanta are spending Mr. Holly's ten day
vacation in Pickens visiting his wife's
relatives. Mr. Holly is on the police
force serving as a detective and the
work for the past year has been very
strencous. He states that he has sue
ceeded in apprehending somethhag overt
20 deserters from the army this year.
ibarry Robinson went to Columbia ti
ne L week wyhere he underwent an oper- ly
it ion Tlhe operation seemed success- 01
rul limil at hast reports he was getting bl
dlong .nicely. Haurry has been sick for
'ome time and his many friends hope
hbat this operation will he successful
hat he will b~e restored to his former
;b gy1L! s i , s
e assuredr 4eO o
The ,6e Keowe l enin up
4tito 11hyhv dddsm e
ing whconab the n todipy fh
godsto au ntradyna F
Lewis ~ ht alway shwooo ug
e h slcto of , arice.', frlea o
g maS timters ted ashould
il yn t seetosery
C tm wis n b one f Oc
e i rms and you e
fe manyre thn sg et ofmain
The Keowe prese t . enIng up
d C.isplaying a nse ii of'Christmas
64They have added' some new r,
ing which enable the to display 0
'vf goods to a better advantage.
'Lewis always shows good judg
ten~r the selection of articles for the c
.,F ldbristmas times. Step in and
a'ke your.f selections early. e
Christmas will soon be here as evi
enced by the appearance in the stores t
f many things suggestive of making
omebody happy by the gift of some
appropriate present. The Pickens
)rug Co. is bidding for a share of this
usiness and you will do yourself a
avor if you will look up their ad and
nake your selections and buy early.
raud Hester and
His Wonderful Dog
Inspeaking of good dogs, we don't
now anybody that has any better one
Ihan Claud Hester of Pickens. His
log has treed 34 fine 'possums in the
ast 30 days, to say nothing of rabbits
Tnd squirrels. Claude says his dog
arries with him the nnmber and den
)f every 'possum in the county.
Stores Close Thanksgiving
We the undersigned merchants of
Pickens agree to close our stores on
i'hanksgiving Day, November 28th.
Folger, Thornley & Co.,
A. C. Gravely,
T. D. Harris,
Morris & Co.
.Johnson's 5 and 10 cent store,
Pickens Hardlware & Grocery Co.
Bivens & Co.
Ioodmen of the World
To Elect O0icers Dec. 3
Keowee Camp, W. 0. W. will elect
fficers at their next regular meeting
night, Dec. 6rd. They will also put up
SERVICE FLAG at same meeting.
ALL MEMBERS URGED TO BE
Pickens School News
An interesting dlebate was held in the.
society Friday. The subject was re
solved: That the African negro has
been more cruelly treated than the
American Indian. There were three
speakers on the affirmative and three
for'the negative. The decision was in
favor of the affirmative.
Misses Inez Morris, Edna Porter,
Thelma Lewis and Bernice Carey were
in Greenville Saturday.''
Miss Sara Mae Freeman entertained
some of the younger set last Friday
evening at her home.
Charlie Cureton .was absent from
school two days last week.
School will close for Trhanksgiving
D~ay only, on account of the time lost
Friends and patrons of the school are
nvited to attend the society meetings
mn Friday afternoon.
In Physics class Prof. McKinny asked
sourdl Yongue what would happen if a
ight were throwninto water at an an
gle of 45 degrees. Hie answeredl quick
y "It would go out!"
The school will vacate one day for
-Card of Thanks
'ditor Pickens Sentinel:
Allow me space through the columns
f the Sentinel to express our heartfelt
banks to our neighbors and friends for
deir kindness and helping hands during
de sickness and death of my husband,
lenry Edlens, and especially do we
iank Dri, Cannoni and Dr. Kirksey for
ie untiring service rendered to him.
[ay God's richest blessings be upon all
them. Mlay those helping hands tbe
essed ii"" andl in the world to come.
Mrs. Susan Edens,
J. R. Connelly.
Town taxes are dne November 1at
E. F. Alexndmem. Cit Ce'.
H E N 014ti Pi
JTNE 48St3OIA TED hoc
Pickens Inn, Friday, l
For One Day Only. Offer S
ony ucing Evidence for the Sick
Being Restored to Health Thru
System of Tr
The Associated Doctors, Specialists, l
censed by the State of South Caro- "]
na, and who have met with such phe- w<
omenal, success throughout the entire th
outheast, will be in Pickens, S. C., on re
riday, December 6. 1918, for one day m;
nly to demonstrate their new system
f treatment of chronic disease cases.
'hese regular, reputable physicians wi
elieve that the combined skill of sev- an
ral trained specialists in chronic dis- an
use cases can accomplish more than dii
ne doctQr alone-in other words, in
nity there Is strength.
The offer to treat all who call on this di
isit absolutely free, is their original fg
iethod of getting their system of treat- se
rent before the public guicker, and no
ne, rich or, poor, white or colored,
hould neglect to take advantage of g
heir very liberal offer--ABSOLUTE- fr
'Y FRE (medicine excepted). No r
utting-No knife. re
It makes no difference how many m
loctors you have consulted or how ti
nany patent medicines you have taken,
!ou cannot afford to miss this opportu
icy of ascertaining your exact condi- w
ion and be honestly advised. No one F
hould require further evidence than the
Square Cheatham, Bolling Ala.,
writes: "I had rheumatism for over h
two years and walked with a stick. I
After taking the first dose of your
medicine I threw away my stick. Your
remedy has done the work and I am a
now a well man, thanks to the Asso- t,
Ira Craig, Greenville, Ala., writes: v
"1 am doing very well. My foot is g
healing, althoug I am compelled to d
walk on it."
J. r. Redding, Saginaw, Ala., h
writes: "I am free from rheumatic c
pain since commencing your treat- a
Thomas Marshall, Chapman. Ala.,
writes: "I can truthfully say I am a a
new man. I feel I don't need the full I
eight weeks you perscribed." -
Mrs. Margaret W. Rogers, Georgi- t
anna, Ala., writes: "I have been us- a
mg your remedies prescribed near 3 a
weeks and am feeling much better." "
Rev. R. L. Fletcher, Camalia, Ga., e
writes: "I am a new man; eat well,
sleep well and feel like a man in my I t
prime. I want to thank you and my t
dear wife also wants to thank you, for
she is so proud of my improvement." t
1. P. Anderws, Blakely, Ga., writes: v
"My boy has been a great sufferer k
from skin diseases, sores and bed wet- f
ting since childhood. He is 13 years
old. Since taking your treatment he a
has not wet the bed a single time. The
terrible sores on his limbs and body
are dissappearing like magic even in -
this short time."
4ssoclated Doctors Specialls
311-12-13 Lyric Theatre Bui
E 100 Head
S We have one load
! Mare Mules, weight 12(
plow kind. We expect t<
last of this week of got
Smules-the easy kept kin<
Also a few pairs of go
S that look awful cheap.
'lMules are not as hip
C. W. & J. E
ken., S. C.
)ecember 6, 1918, y
ervices Free of Charge.
-How Chronic Sufferers Are
Wrs. Susan Day, Albany, Ga., writes:
am so pleased with my cure that I
>uld.not regret having paid ten times
e modest sum that I gave for the
medies which have taken me out of
Mrs. S. A. Baker, Lamar, S. C.,
'ites: "I am feeling lots stronger
d better. Have good appetite. I
sure glad I am taking your reme
William C. Orr, Bamburg, S. C.,
ites: "I have taken all the reme
a you prescribed for me and am
fling much better. Will you please
id me another.'"
Rev. S. B. Thompson, Society Hill, t
C., writes: "I have been sufferin
m a deep, incomplete fistula for
are. Your remedies gave me mor
lief than all the doctors and sund
edicines that I ever took in all t
C. L. Therrell, Chesterfield, S.
rites: "I am getting on just ti
eel well, eat we and sleep well."i"
W. T. Thurber, Waterbury, A
rites: "I have received great ber
om your treatment."
John' Davis, Clara, Mo., write:
iven't had a spell with my eyes .
commenced with your treatment.'
Mra. Davis writes: "My stom .
ad heart are better. I can sleep bet
Mrs. W. L. Jadwin, Jadwin, Mo.,
rites: "I am some better. The .
lands are going down and I am a great
Now that you know the truth, you
ave only yourself to blame if you
antinue to suffer from Piles, Kidney
nd Bladder Troubles, Discharges, Bed
Vetting, Blood Poison, Skin Eruptiona,
heumatism, Epilepsy, Uric Acid
oisoning, Paralysis, Nervous Troubles
nd Debility. Neuralgia, Stomach and
.iver Troubles, Catarrh, Asthma,
ronchitis, Pleurisy, 'Tumors, Indiges
ion, Constipation, Gall Stones, Ovarian
nd Female Troubles, Enlarged Glands
nd reflex condition of the nervous
ystem, and those diseases about which
post people dislike to consult the gen
Bear in mind that this will likely be
he last visit when the specialists ex
mnd their services FREE.
Hundreds have been restored to
eir perfect good health, with rosy
heeks and sparkling eyes-so may
ou. The specialists are tog well
nown throughout the state to re: ire
Married women should be accom
anied by their husbands and children
y their parents.
Remember the hotel, day and date
-one day only.
Hlours 9:00 a. m. to 4 p. m.
is Offces ami Lassoratorles4
ding, Birmingham, Ia.
f good heavy-boned A
)O lbs.,-the real disc M
unload two loads the
>d blocky, thick mare M
od blocky horse mules M
has you heard they M
In our1 establishment ara,
rm every' standpoint, per
etiy satisfactoryv. Their ex
Ilent (luality is conceded by
who h)ave tr i('d themi and
a can giuaran tee their' purity
it isguaranteed tous by the
mufacturer's. It will be
mfey in your pocket to deal
re because you not only get
'a highest grade of go:)ds
I ray the lowest p~rice for 3
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