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*l- at enjoyable soci
en plae#ere .sin
!he, 'vatioug tralinr
hi cial given byMjir
Viola Hendrix, Saturday night at tti
hospitable home of her parents, Mr, an
Mrs. W. F. Hendrix, in honor of thel
son Rudolph, 'ard his friend,, Waite
Chastain, of Camp Jackson. About 8
friends from this and surrounding com
- munities were prsent. Games and mu
sic furnished by Misses Viola and Fad
Hendrix and the Misses McClanahar
featured the evening.
Miss Mary Roper, who is teaching
the Hagood school, was here for the
Rev. E. M. Boling of Six Mile was
elected Saturday as pastor of the flap.
tist church here for another year. He
has made many friens here during the
An organization known as the Wil
eon Literary Society was recently ef
fected by the pupils of the higher
grades of the school here. The officers
are: President, Miss Annie Roper; vice
president, Miss Addle Sutherland; sec
ratary and treasurer, Miss Montine
Edens; critic, Parker Edens; A paper,
"Our Illustrious Wilson", will be read
at the next meeting and miniature pic
tures will be pre'ented each member.
News Notes From Dacusville R-1
The Peters Creek school reopened
November 18 and is progressing nicely
with Misses Annie L. and Bessie Wil.
hams as teachers.
Married, November 21, Sergeant
Samuel H. Robinson of Camp Jackson
and Miss Lena Turner of this place.
They have a host of friends who wish
them the greatest succcess in life.
Miss Addie Traynham is spending a
few days in Easley.
Mrs. Martha Robinson has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Fannie Watson,
of near Greenville, who has been sick.
The friends and relatives of Mr.
Henry Freeman will be shocked to hear
of his death and the serious illness of
his wife. His home was in Spartan
The sad news of the death of Joseph
Herbert Robinson was received by his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Robinson,
November 26. He died of pneumonia
and had been dead nearly a month. He
4ad been in France with the A. E. F.
only about two months. Herbert- was
a young man of sterling character and
a member of the Nine Forks Baptist
curch. He will be sadly missed y
many friends and loved ones whdn' t e
1 oys come home. The bereaved family
ave the sincere sympathy of the en
Death Of Mrs. John Hughes
Mrs. Corrie Oletta Hughes, wife of
r. John' Hughes, formerly of Liberty,
jed at her home, nine miles west of
bbeville, on Friday, November 29th.
She had been sick for two months or
more with peliagra. She was a daugh
ter of 1Mt'. James A. Brown by his first
Wvife, and was 46 years of age. She is
burvived by her husband and eight chil
dren, She was the mother of ten chil
tiren. two of whomt preceded her to the
grave. The family have residqd away
from Ljiberty for a number of. years.
She was long a member of Carmel
Presbyterian Church, and the funeral
occured at Carmel on Sunday at 2:30
o'clock, conducted by the Pastor Rev.
John C. Bailey.
Death Of Frank C. Posey
Mr. Frank C. Posey, brother of Mr. L.
C. Posey, of Liberty, died suddenly in
Orangeburg on Tuesday, November 26.
Mr. Posey was a travelling man and
in company with several other 'men
was on his way from tihe -depot to the
~hotel. While walking along 'he was
'stricken down. One of his companions
caught him. It happened that a physi
clan was nearby, but death was appar
ently instantaneous. He was 41. years
.of age, and is survived by two brothels
and one sister. The body was taken
to Woodruff for burial, and the funeral
-was held. at 4 o'clock on the 28th.
*Marriage Of Miss Lula Gary
On Thanksgiving Day, at 1:15 o'clock
*Mr. J.H. Pinell, of Atlanta, Ga., and
MIss Lula Gary, daughter of John A.
"Gary, were united In marriage,'.Rev.
John C. Baily officiating. The wed,
ding march was played by Miss Murph3
and a sumtuous dinner was ,served
They will make their home In At
lanta. The happy couple have th4
hearty congratulations of their' man
friends in Liberty.
The annual Synod of the~
terian Church was to have bee6
Anderson this week havig b
poned from November on
the flu. . Owing to a fresl
the flu, it has been
It has been sugges
meet and transacte
e Under the
e France, Nov. 4, 1918.
d My Dear Mother: I take great pleas
r ure in writing you all to let you hear
r from me and know that' I am well,
D and hope. when these few lines reach
you it will find you all well and enjoy
ing a happy life. I.would have written
you before now but I have been on a
"relief" and just got back. I came
through Paris and spent a day and night
there and it sure was fine. If you had
ever been to New York I could tell you
how Paris looks, but as you haven't I
can't tell you, but it is a fine place.
We had a nice place to stay when I was
off. Believe me, the man we went to
see was some fellow. ' We had a nice
hotel to stay at every night. Tell
Malinda I found her letter when I got
back to France. I was more than glad
to hear from her. I will be home soon.
From your son and soldier boy,
Death of Mrs. T. W. Moore
Mrs. T. W. Moore died in Anderson
hospital Monday afternoon, November
18, after an operation for gall stones.
Her death was. somewhat unexpected
as she seemed to be doing fairly well
until Sunday when the husband and1
children were summoned to the bedside
to witness the end. Mrs. Moore was 51
years of age and had been a member of
the White Plains Baptist church, An
derson county, for several years. She
leaves to mourn her death a husband
and six children. The remains were
laid to rest in Mt. Zion cemetery. We
extend to the grief stricken husband
and children our heartfelt sympathy.
Perhaps God had need for her in heaven.
Along Route 3
Health in thi.-. community is
very good at this writing and
the farmers are very busy gath
ering corn and preparing to sow:
Mrs. Claud Lollis and chil
dren, of Columbus, Ga., are vis
iting at the home of J. H. Lot-,
The Montvale school is pro
gressing nicely with Misses Sa
die Craig and Flora Kelly as
We regret that the weather
was so unfavorable on last
Thursday that Rev. B. G. Fields
did not get to deliver the mes
sage which he wvas to give to
the good people of the Holly
Spring section on Thanksgiving.
The Hagood school began its
winter term with Miss Mary
Roper as teacher.
Miss Josie Ohastain of Pick
ens spent Thanksgiving with
Miss Edna .Earl, the home
demonstrator, was a welcome
vsltor at Montvale school one
day last week.
Mrs. R. K. Powell, of Easley,
has returned to this route where
she will make her future home.
We are glad to welcome her
back in our community
Mrs M. D. Chappell and little
son were the guests of Mrs. A.
Cannon Sunday afternoon.
Cray ton Alexander, of Doug
las, Wyoming, is at home with
his father, P. E. Alexander, of
Route 4, where he wlli make
his home at present.
Mrs. W. W. Stewart spent
the latter part of the week with
her daughter, Mrs. Whitmire,
in North Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. John Graviey
made a business trip to Easley
one day last week.
State of South OaiolinD
County of Pcke4 ~.
By J.,B. Newbery,E1,P*asie
*Whereas, . E. Be hqte iad -sC
to n p nt him lettrd of admii
tat, the estate of -ald eftecttfot
d with the will annexed,
.~ to cite and a4P
ot~e ~ tth'y be and aip
J~Ctrt of priobate,
~ hel at' $~ ' urt House, S.
W .te 1gtlid ~ember, 1918,
~ftq pub~ f6~eo, aitU1
~f~~th toeti'ii, *owcause,
+ PIOKEP CHAPT ER
Many interesting packag
for our boys. oyerseas have be
sent through the Pickens Cot
ty Chapter by relatives i
friends. More probably wt
have been sent had it not I
Jfor'the hove that the Thir .
division would be home
Refugee garments will 1
next work undertaken b
Chapter, a large allotm(
having been me
All who have. knitted r
completed will please sen.
in at once so that the sh
of the allotmunt may be j
It may take more than two yearsto
demobilize our fighting forces, and
until that time the government swill
need our money. Keep your W. S. S.
pledge and buy more W. S. S.
Notices inserted in this column for one cent a
word aor firstisertio1 ind one-half cent a word
for each Isubsequent lnsnrtion.
LOST--Tail light and license number
for Ford car on Route 3. Return to
R. F. Herd.
FOR SALE CHEAP-A nearly new
L. C. Smith Typewriter. Used very
little. T. N. Hunter, Liberty, S. C. 34
FOR SALE-One cow with young
alf. T. B. Robinson, Pickens, S. C.,
R. F.D. 5. 32
LOST-Lady's hand bag containing
new dollar bill. Finder will be re.
warded if same is left at Porter's Bar
)er Shop. 31
LOST-One male pig about eight
weeks old; Duroc and Poland China;
red with small black spots. Finder
please see or write J. P. Hollis, Cen
tral, S. C., Route 1, andgetreward. 33
TO CLOSE OUT at less than today's
factory price-one 6 and one 4 Elcar;
ne No. 3 Mamie Traylor. Morris &
WINED--A good set second-hand
louble buggy harness. Apply to Sen
tinel office. 32
200,000 standard shingles for sale on
ny Keowee farm. See me at Central
)r W. A. Grantt on farm. R. 0.
3aines, Central, S. C.
FOUND-An amount of money La i
Pickens. Owner can get same by de
icribing amount, what it was contained
n, and paying for this ad, Pickens
Twen.ty-live Elear' Antonio
biles and the Pickens territory to the
bealer who realizes the situation and
3an finance automobiles. Specifications:
FPorty horse power Red Seal Conti
nental Motor; Borg & Beck clutch;
Stromberg carburetor; Hotchkiss drive;
Timnken bearings; Stewart vacuum.
Wheelbase 116 in.; price $1376 f. o. b.
factory. Elcar Motor Sales Compay,
Southern District Office, 1502 Cander
Building, Atlanta, Ga. 31
LOST-Snnday, 13th of October, be
tween Pickens and Price's store, black
dress coat. Finder will leave at A. M.
Morris' store. Reward. .29
DUROC. Jrerseypis, for sale. Dr.
LOST-Bundle containing girl's white
cap, black face veil, a white handker
chief with blue border, a tan shoe for
the left foot; lost between the Len
hardt place, Dacusville, R-1, and Dr.
Cannon's pace, R-3. Finder return to
Sentinel offce and get reward.
LOST--Ten dollar bill ln.a red pocket
book; the pocket book also contais my
George Augustus Hagood Jr.
FOR SALE-20 horse power Cole en?
gine in fine condition; been used at-a
laundry a~ few months. Have insQ
electric motors is reason for wantij,
dispose o'f It. It' interested c
cate with J. W. Powell, IdeaLJ
108 McBee avenue, Green vip . i
FOR CUTS, BURNS<
- - .n"nnlraaa u
TEEP A 4/TLE~
GOOD 601 AIMR/TAN
~/N YOUA /1ME
cODWiTl A POSITIVEBGUARANTEE
Oi4 EflTON, 8. C., TO BEf A
PORT OP DEBARKATON
N(ewort News, Va., and Oharleston,
8. 0., aro the ports the 'war depart
anen't now lan to use for the- return
ot the ar~ny.' yen'wtih this' wide dis
tribution ol' t e strain on Dort facill
tiel and4 tra rtation, and with Ger
aman ships ow Idle~ employed .on the
t.ask ca I1 estlrnie a sliow tllat the
ful Box P
Tea Spoons, set, $1.25-guar
Table Spoons, set, $3
Forks, set, $
Plenty of Candy now. A
Buy now and have it ove
You.will have the advantage
wait on you before the rush.
to mention all we have in the
a call from you. Will do ou
The home merchant is entitled to
town. When he cannot supply your:
always glad to see you and will take p
whose names appear in this directory
Insure in the
GREENVILLE, S. C.
When you think of M~i~t.
"WhueredTh Their Hlats"
~ ~ ydescription.
Qren4Ille - - South Carolina
Your first thought is to
give somne one sfnething.
We have a beatifu~ ot,
of Rings, Brdoching Lav
alliers, Bracelet a~d Mili
tary Watches, Elgin, Wal
and Hamilton Watches in
solid gold and gold--filled
cases. Silverware, Cut
Glass and China.
Come in and let us show
you what we have.
EASLEY, - Soith Carolina
The Athens Hide Co., of Athenn,
Gat., arethe largest buyers of. excpress
shipped green cow bides in the South.
Reason is ''They Weigh the Weight."
Stop giving away hides. It's egd t5
box and express them; Try 't . Ie.
ens, $2.50 to $5.00
icky Curve Fountain Pens, $2.I
lid and appropriate giftsifor sol
apers up to $3.50
uaranteed 15 years, $3.00
tins, guaranteed a lifetime, $5.1
B up to $5.50
At Sets and Manicure Goods up 1
Military Sets up to $5.90
Necklaces and Lavaliei
up to $5.00
"rors up to $4
'les up to $5
Sat . ,00
- in bi
larger line wih- little la
r with. Will be glad to sot a
of a good selection. It will a
Mail orders recivo care5ul att
a line of holiday goods and gift
r best to please you.
s Drug Cc
HALLUM, Proprietor and Man
rour. trade first. He is your neigdo
needs buy in Greenvilley ourbI. - fel
leasure in helping you to get jus wli
ire known by' The Sentin4ltcj beirelial
For Good Tpg *4Ft
and-the world' 0~
GREENV LE I -S..
Qv -C D. 1atney Co. Pho~ne 11
Poe Hardware &c Supply Co.'
GRENVILLEJ, s. C.
Wholesale and Retail
JAS. F. MACKEY & SONS
Our service can be had in Pickens
county the. meI as in Greenville..
Phone 129 day or night, Greenville, S
101 A res,]rt
Two pubIl.roads tm
- route. One &foorihoi
.house; w ba s;~ o
acres of ji place fs in
-and kionas the W. I
Land ardanidthi$ p)
per acre. -One place at
day i Oct $10
f) :,}~~'. :,Vi }
0 to $5.00
F~ountain Pens, $1.50 to $3.59
dier or sweetheart.\
'es up to $18.00
up to $15.00
gs up to $12.00;
Ivory Combs up to $1.50
ite Ivory Brushes up to $4.00
gars up to $6.00
Pipes in Oases np to $6.50
tttles and inisets up to $4.50
ter-in plenty of time for
,side articles for you. You
iso make it mnuch easier to
ention. We have uot space
articles. Would a1ireciato
Ex cn 1 oi
- A l 4d o r n
dewkls a 8Irewies
Fo r FofDain tejG
212 W , W as!d4
Le Limits of the
Irough the place; also rurs
1setynd one 3-room tenan
goodapastures. About 6"
entbation and lays wel'
fa mile of Glenwood Mi,
V. Capell place.
lace selling for$0
joining this one so sahi
p er acre.