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0e Where you can gt the bigge
$9ck of goods to pick from.
Silks of all kinds from $1 50 to $1.75 per yard.
Serges--best French Wool Serge, $1.50 to $2.00.
Storm Serge from $1.00 to $1.75.
Silk Plaids $1.00; other Plaids from 50c to 75c.
'i 100 bolts of Gingham to select from.
Outing of all kinds.
Men's 3-Season Undershirts $1.00.
Shoes of al kinds.
White Goods of all kinds.
Men's Suits of all kinds from $15 to $30.
Boys' Suits of all kinds from $4.00 to $10.00.
Hate of all kinds.
White Peas $4.20 bushel; $3 for other kinds.
60c dozen for Eggs; 20c lb. for Hens; 15c lb. for Roost.
ers; 30c lb. for Fryers up to 75c each.
$1.75 for Corn in trade.
One car Salt to go at $1.25 sack.
WILL OPEN UP BIG. LOT CHRISTMAS..oDS 4
Yours for al'e,
JW. H EDRICKS
1 i iMM 44"!4"16 HAM 144MM 14 644
Several 'i1all Trees, (keaper than could be
bight in car loadevts.
S mie colors in Weol Dress Goods about half
its present value.
A few Ladies' Coats, Coat Suits and Men's
Suits at about half their vaive at pres
ent market prices.
Just received a nice new lot of Shoes or all.
Lyon Sbirt and Collars. Ne v line
Ties au d Sspo drs.
Cravg Uros. Company
Pickens, S. C.
I have ten small farms in Oconee, all improved
and ready for homes. Terms easy.
Also three well improved farms of 52, 60 and 74
acres each, near Pickens. Do you good to see them.
I want to wind up this year's business by the
15th of December. Come at once if interested.
Frank E. Alexander
The Man Who Sells the Fhrth and Cuts it to suit Your Taste
ANDERSON, s. C. PICKENS, S. C.
Maxwell Building, Saturdays and Mondays.
Will be glad to have you look
over our line
:T ~ t No Trash
9 but substantial goods of quality at
faIr prices Is what we handle.
0 ~R. E. Lewis, Prop.
K 0 Pickens -- South Carolina0
-$am J. Looper of Charleston ils Vis- ir
iting in Pickens thts week.
Miss Sara Bradley, of Atlanta, after a
spending several days with relatives in s
Liberty, returned home Stnday.
-Ladie's prayer meeting will be held
at Mrs. I. H. Watts' next Thursnay h
-Miss . Ethel Stewart who is teach
ing in Greenville county -spent the
week end with home folks. ' d
Geo. Holder and wife, of Gray Court, ?
have been 'visiting his father, D. S. C
Mrs.. G. 0. Bagwell, of Gray Court,
has been visiting her father, Mr. D. S.
Holder, this week.
Mr., W. J. Kelly and daughter of F
Central were very pleasant visitors at t
the Sentinel office Wednesday. t
-Mr. E. F. Looper, has bought the
B. F. Parson's property, and will move I
to town. ]
-Lieut. Wyatt A. Jennings spent 4
Thanksgiving Day with his father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jennings.
Mr, H. W. Smith, for many years a
resident of Springfield, Mo,, has moved
back to Pickens county. His many
friends welcome his return.
-County Treasurer Hinton has re
ceived from the State Superintendent
of Education $986 to be distributed
among 11 needy schools in Pickens
-Connty Treasurer Hinton has re
ceived additional automobile license
fees to the amount of $358.31, bringing
the total automobile licenses for 1918
up to $3500, Pickens county's part.
W. 0. Willard, formerly of this coun
ty but now of Greenville, who is suf
fering from an attack of rheumatism,
is spending some time at the home of
his sister, Mrs. McClanahan.
Married, on Sunday, November 24,
at 11 o'clock, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. Jacob Bearden,
Miss Bessie Bearden and Mr. John D.
Jones, both of Pickens county, Route
2, W. C. Seaborn officiating.
-Miss Emma Herd, who has been
confined to her home for the past week
with influenza is rapidly improving and
it is hoped she will be fable to resume
her duties jat Greenville in the very
The nmany friends of John Chastain
are giad' to learn, thro a letter re
ceived by his parents, that his wound is
healing nicely and that he will soon be
able to walk by aid of crutches. Young
Chastain is a member of the famous
30th division of A. E. F. in France.
--J. A. H. Townes and family and
Elisha Youngblood and family motored
through the country from Pickens to
Honea Path Monday. They report a
fine trip. They returned Tuesday af
ternoon~. Auditor H. A. Townes ac
companied them and acted as chaperone.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Robinson, of the
Peter's Creek section, have recently
received a cablegram announcing the
death, from pnenmonia, of their son,
Herbert. of the Americau Expedition
ary forces in France. The sincere
sympathy of a host of relatives and
friends is extended them in this, the
time of their son's supreme sacrifice.
--In the report of the United War
Work campaign last week the Pleasant
Hill district of Central Township
showed that they had contributed only
$39.55 and the chairman tells us that he
had turned over to the county chairman
the sum of $50.43 cash and pledge cards
to the amount of $16.00. We are glad
to make this correction. While it was
not the mistake of this paper, the
chairman of this district feels that he
was misrepresented in the matter and
wishes it straightened out.
--The many friends of Mr. E. I9.
Looper will be blad to learn that he is
able to be out again after the close call
he had some weeks ago in which he was
thrown from his horse and considerably
shaken up. Mr. Looper is going to
have a salei of personal property on
December 17. Look up his ad else
where in this issue and be sure and at
Capt. J. L. Valley of Fort Oglethorpe
is visiting his family this week. Capt.
Valley hopes to be baak in Pickens to
stay by Christmas, and resume t'he
practice of medicine. His many friends
in Pickens will welcomne the Doctor
back. He is: a persistent wvorker for
the up-building of Pickeqs and can al
ways be found on the right side of ev..
Ory question pgrtaining to the welfare
of he'town and people,
--Hal W7., H9
ugh from Campy
-Mr. and Mrs. H.
letter from their t tha h
bating that he had arrie~~tlt
-Oscar Cothran, of Fort I l
as been spending a few' day4 w
lends and relatives in Pickens 'tji
-Misses Elizabeth and Grace Mau
In, have been confined to their home
ith influenza. At this writing Miss
lizabeth is greatly improved but Miss
grace is still very sick. It is thehope
f their many friends that they will
-Miss Emma Herd, who has been
onfined to her home for the past
ieek with influenza is rapidly im
iroving and it is hoped she will be able
o resume her duties at Greenville in
he near future.
-The community was shocked to
sear of the death of Will Arial of the
Enon section which occured Monday
sight. His death was due to Bright's
lisease from which he had been a suf
erer for some time. He was buried
t Arial burying ground Wednesday at
:o'clock. Mr. Arial was a good citi
.en and will be greatly missed.
-Dr. George D. Cureton and family
arrived Saturday afternoon. They
made the trip in an automobile from
Wyoming and were on the road two
weeks, Dr. Cureton said he encoun
tered a good deal of mud but outside
that they had a very pleasant trip.
Mrs. Cureton and children will ,spend
the winter here and will occupy the
house formerly occupied by Mr. Gary
Riott. Dr. Cureton will return to Wy
)ming this week to wind up his affairs
there, and probably return about Christ
mas. He has been very successful in
his western home, and we are glad to
welcome him back to Pickens and trust
be will decide to locate here perma
-YOUR LAST CHANCE During
L918 To have your eyes properly ex,
amined and glasses fitted. FRIDAY,
DEC. 13th. We have with us our reg
ular OPTICIAN and OP-TOM-E-TRIST
His work carries our personal guaran
tee. Come rain or shine. The weath
er does not interfere with his work.
PICKENS DRUG CO.
Pickens, S. C.
News From Roanoke
. School began its 1918-19 ses
sion November 18 with Rev.
Ben G. Field, Miss Susie E. Hes
ter and Miss Elva C. Stewart,
The literary society was or
ganizedI Friday, the 21st, and
its first meeting hed~ the follow
ing Friday, A great deal of in
terest was manifest among the
students in regard to this work.
Several of the students of the
school, we are sorry to state,
are absent this week on account
af illness. 'We hope to have
them back with us soon.
The Home Demon stration club
beld its regular nieeting at the
school house last Friday after
noon. 'This club is doing a gOod
work. At one of the meetings
before school opened they oiled
the floors of the school building,
washed the windows, etc. The
ilub vill he glad to. have all Ia
:lies of the community who are
not members, to join.
TJhere is sonme talk of organ
izing a School Improvement
mlb in connection with the
Home Demonstration club, It
is hoped that all patrorts of the
school will be interested in this
and act accordingly. An
nouncement of the meeting will
be made later.
Miss Hester was called away
From school and home two days
last week on accountaof the ill
nese of her sister who is teach
tng near Spartanburg. We are
giad' to state that she is im
A drive is being made for Red
LDross members. Some of the
students have already proven
bheir loyalty by joining, and we
ure aiming at one hundred per
ent m<-mtership in this school.
We must. keep oramywl
;ppedl and ready cetfoepae
eorms. Continue to 11 nl a
our mnoney-buyW.\ S.cn
First, I wish to thank the good people of this
town and community for their patron,;e hereto
fore, and to promise you prompt and accurate
service. at all times..
" 0O policy is ill profit and quick sales.
. Q ve us a chance to serve you. With small profit'
can only carry accounts 30 days.
e still have with us
Dr. L. G. Clayton
whotir you have known for fifty years.
Dr. D. E. Peek
has recently cast his lot with us and will soon be
no stranger to"you. He is a graduate of Emory
University. We hope to have all of our old friends
call on us and give us a chance to serve you in the
best way possible.
Your prescription will be given prompl and
CENTRAL DRUG COMPANY
P. L. EZELL, Druggist
Just Unloaded Two Loads a
Young Blocky Mare Mules
We have them from 800 to 1400 lbs.
All good broke and the thick, blocky, '*
easy kept kind. Mules are not as high
as you heard they were.
C. W. &). E. Bauknight
* WALHALLA, S. C.
TH E GROCERIES CA RRIED)E
In our, establishment ar'e,
f rm every standpoint, per
~~ fectly satisfactory. Their ex
cellent quality is conceded by
all who have tried them and
we can guarantee their purity
7 as. It isguairanteed tous by the
- ~ manufacturers. It will b~e
money in your pocket to deal
~ here because you not only get
the highest gr'ade of goads
but pay the lowest price for
Theselare times when we must niake everything go as far as possi
ble. We cannot buy many things that' were formerly purchased very
freely, therefore we should take the'best possible care of what we
have. Buildings already in, exIstence should be properly repaired to
keep them in servicable condition.
We carry ;in stock rough and dressed Lumber, Cedar shingles,'
Piesinreared.' Roofing, Barn, Root and House Paints an il
Conserve and put your savings in War Savings Stamps. -
EABLEY IWMHER COMPANY
Phone 12. successor to Pickeris Lumber Co., Pickens, S. C.
IFYO i"' o) (10 business with a concern that always
I Fgives ~you what youI pay for, always tries to please
you, and always appreciates your lpatronage,. do business with
The Pickens Sentinel when you nceed anything in its line.
Phone No. 27.