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,e visited her
Porter has been confined
overal days with influenza.
hn Craig has returned
visit 4o Atlanta.
any friends of Miss Floride
J regret to learn that she is
to her home with influenza.
many friends of F. Van Clayton
t NO ,ad to see him in Pickens Tues
- ,t: tt- NEWV"Miss Nellie Powell was the guest
e1 i" o v . ' nez Morris for the week-end.
aIum o t 1l has many friends here, as
WARRANTED F, membered she was milli
Ki t t ! . I 1 r .z : time ago.
tII .~ '~ A.. ,, a
,O Aarle Keith has been appointed
3ER TH oRal carrier for Pickens it-6. He
]_ J, whing at Mica at present but has
_d his resignation to take effect
S, ftunuty T1rttlret
"tr > "fln marriages occurred recently at
uII's will im oprt house, J. B. Newberyk P. J.,
I reiher ai. 1911.
'" who it rere.r to do ng. On November 21 Samuel
It. wisyh I er ieninson and Miss Malensie Turner,
' r tent ritiLionat usville, were made one, and or
Stv ain 11an ader 7 Miss Gertrude Leopard
tli Iiute tie t " ont and David Jones of Easle.
or others wl pienppily married.
towiiship or tipei U
ie or they linty )>W
-portant, IM there has been reported that a quaran
1. hIoer whol 4141,'t'
-e ann write me, sud been placed on Pickens on ac
i titer tiiii tti) o of the influenza and that thi
(3t41cr i retis~L.Ortn tine would last until January
nt ,~eiiii ahuave 2.
't ue hsel . tit This is a mistake. The health o
r sj4.lt j.( Miliens seems to be good. No nev
s of "flu" have been reported fo
)r Stiter al weeks. The merchants arc
".+r :rtiititrY ,,+u" prepared to take care of you
St enes news has been received here tha
estereir 1 ioey Looper 'Talbert had dlied a
Iw i l Ni,"1\t
.lt1it No. -! e im Greenwood Saturday o
. r,uI.Ii, Not :
S 4a and was buried Suntay. '
atl District1 N . 7 l~
_141it~t-ii t t N141 "~ itCe that her husband wa~s alit
iii ri tI 14 N it " .e ;:i n d110 (iseaseC Mrts. TIalber
141 tIti-li l NX daughter of' Mr. E. F. , op
,1 i , .ii l I '1 N
i)ol hii' .well k1nw in Pickens. Si
it hu~ttrict Nou chlrela
Sli t vrl brothers d1 sisters ti.
DItdtill Nit. 17.
l)ttitrlt No.~ 'Pickens' h onor Flag for the Fourt!
ltiI i -ber Loan hae 'rrived and is o
never does things by halves, but goe
"over the/ town in every call fh
every cas'. Too much cannot h
yo;'said in ptraise of the untiring efforts o
the Bank an rothers interested i
Pttin ickens 'on'r ing o the F'ourt.
iberty, Ioan cam-parinve andisken
Bisplay oa ~ikvs $7rug and thcer
oee doek this jbytt havs, but00 got
"te thed to" in0 everybcl fc
a saidugh i ns ouldheutirin flose
theg ink andi others ap inrestdi
ping 'ickens "v er"iteFor
Siberty an campaign. by The Pteken
Bank's qut. o s w as of3, theandigh
eatd (89,000wtof Bonds.C tIThe amo<
* xmathryld8 e,0.cn starbod inth
oughre ondsshont sep shouldnb
posage n which then-ent ap insteir
angtacen to gret.rqirn encn
pubsiae Coorectio byteens Oi
Daeparnt use stamps of the high
edenomination uitleto grea au
ofgtostae Goeuret n the mai. o
, examlpre, an three-eenet tmp intb
inofirlfln theeeumbe-e(nt stampdb
poage;~ and ate-ceto stail. ie
benfive wlen escallmphotan t
attaced tonpces meiing ltren ceant
- Offtieo emlees and thareplicipt
as tnhue ofristas eon drawhgh
deno iti will. geft gremmatioav
ito the overvicen i the costli ovi
podingit transpolloing simpl cne
lin Premad postaeefull the auli
inlminanae ndbere stam
caefull and wapxe t maiurly, Thu
be noft seal bhei sealed iparcelt a
gsbjsret toncotaern maing letter qae
- tileparfltes early pareymy.
-- Arse "he no. p ni Christmas.drw
A.nse rviawluabe agrcela. Writtendain
tocriptposta servic as "Merr pubristmai.
co ~i~ppy w thearoloin sWithpesto
parbels add dreo s fut s parcel l n
plail Pooks nmand badresimple
ender on aOmter. writte adtices
dono el tm aslette posare.s arin
subjectproposaid at fth late rate,
Mai wiarce arce prmay bt
- arked "Do note ov nie heystare
nsurvauabes parcely Wrttencin.
4 >4 1* "
- ie4;Grse Boyhin inf vr
Is visltitg Miss Frances bruce.
-Mr.. Heity Prince; of Greenvlie
was in town Friday.
-Mr. Will Mauldin of Greenwood
was a visitor to Pickens last Thursday.
-Eugape Brazeale lost a fine young
horse in Pickens last week with spas
-There will be a box supper at
Montvale school house on Friday night,
December 20. The public is invited.
-J. J. Herd, who has been working
on a Government hospital in Asheville,
has returned to Pickens.
"--S. V. Carson, has sold his tarm
east. of Pickens and will move to the
lower part of the county.
--Mr. George. Cox, who has been
living on Route 5 for the last year, left
Friday for Piedmont S. C.
--The Liberty Township Singing con
vention will meet with the Second Bap
tlsti church the third Sunday, com
mencing at 2 o'clock.
I 1-Among the boys that have been re
leased fronthe army arq Lieut. Wyatt
Jenning'Lieut..4arvin Hutchings anc
-J. W. Grant and family have re,
turned to Pickens from Florida. Mr
Grant has opened a drink and fruit
stand in the old Pickens bank building
Miss Eula Owens of Demorest, Ga.
is visiting at the home of Miss Berth[
Cantrell this week. Miss Cantrell en
tertained at her homy Monday night it
honor of her visitor.
Mrs. J. W. Cauley and litth
daughter, Selma, of Pickens Route l
left Ftiday for Tom-Bean, Texas
where they go to viait Mrs. C*'"ilev'i
brother. They will also probably visi
Mr. Cauley's brother in Central, wes
Texas, befere,j returning home. The,
are expectedito be back for the holi
A meeting if importance to the
business men of 1ickfns is the meeting
t of the stockholders of the Pickens rail
a road. This meeting pertains to a re
t duction in freight rates, and they are
r trying to arrange so that Pickens mer
chants will get, the same through rate;
r that \Valhalla and other places of
L branch lines now enjoy.
-The Pickens Chapter United Daugh
h ters of the Confederacy will meet wit1
n Mrs. T. J. Mauldin Friday afternoor
a December 13, at 3:30 o'clock. L
s every member be present and prepare
r to pay their dues.
f -- In the list of appointments mad
al at the rece(nt Methodist conference w
were pleased to note that Rev. E. 'I
5 Hodges was agamn appointed to fill thi
V pulpit of Grace Methodist church. HI
- has been with us two years and ha'
:i made many strong friends among .a
a denominations who welcome his retur
r to Pickens. Rev. D. P. H-udson take
- charge of Pickens circuit, wvhile Res
D~unlap is assigned to other fields.
| The Red Cross
; Christmas Roll Cal
:1 The Red Cr0oss Christmas Roll Gal
e week is from D)ecember 161 to Decem'
s ber 23. It is the universal call to th,
:] people of the Unhited States to enrol
S themselves in the grandest ministry o
a service that the World has ever knownr
t This will not be an appeal for funds
s but an appeal -for membership. Th,
r membership fee is only $1.00. Th
- United States entered the war for th,
f vindication of an ideal. The Red Cros
- is founded on that ideal, Mr. .iaa...r
Carey, Jr., is publicity cha
i Roll Call. Mr. S. B. Craig.
m of. the speakers bureau, 1
> Carey is secretary. Any or
workers will gladly ':furni
mation desired. There a
meeting held at.Pickens on
evening at 7 o'clock in t.,a.
house in the interest of the Red t
lion. 11. G. MIcCully will be presb..
.and make an -iddress. The publici
invited. As chairman of the Christmna
Roll Call of the Pickens Chapter I havy
appointed the teachers to solicit merr
bership under the direction of thei
nearest local unit. Any unit or worko
in need of supplies may call on Mrs
Jas. P. Carey, Jlr.
R. T. Hallum,
Chmn. Christmas Roll Call
A Card From
Mr. F. E. Alexandei
After December 15th lIwill set aside
personal affairs and will dev'ote my
time to the -discussion with the people
of tho counity .any subject pertaining
to the county affairs. I can be found
at the Court House until Jan. 14th.
' F. E. Alexander
Town taxes are due November 1st.
E. F. Alexander, City Clerk.
Mr. and Mrs. D. . H. Kennetnur at
tended the funeral of their uncle, Mr.
John A. Smith Tuesday afternoon at
Smith's Chapel, near Greenville.
Mrs. Nora Parkins of Greenville is
spending a few days with Mrs. W. A.
Mrs. H. G. Smith, who has been liv
ing in Greenvill the past several months
to be with Mr. Smith while employed by
the 'Ga'fl&hn Construction Co., has re
turned tq Liberty. Their many friends
are delighted to have them return.
Mrs. W. M. Long is visiting rela
tives in Belton,
The Annual Conference of the Meth
odist Church South, which convened in
Cheater last week came to a'close Sun
day evening after the reading of the ap
pointments. Rev, J. M. Steadman was
appointed Presiding Elder of the Green
ville District. Rev. J. D. Griffen was
to the Liberty charge. Some changes
were made in the work-Norris, Beth
lehem and Fairview churches were tak
eWftin the - Liberty circuit and Gap
Hill and Twelve mile churches were
taken from the Pickens circuit and
made a new charge, to be known as the
I Norris circuit.
The Liberty Mills were stricken out
as a charge and in all probability added
to the Liberty charge. Rev. M. K.
Meadows was sent toCampobella, much
to the regret of his many friends here.
However, the people of Liberty wish
him much success in the work at Camp
Mrs. A. M. Garvin is spending some
time with her daughter, Mrs. Whitmire
Mrs. T. J. Harrison has returned to
her home in Franklin after spending
several weeks with her daughter Mrs.
J. W. Davis.
Mrs. J. C. Dorn is leaving for At
a lanta where she expect to make her
t home. Mrs. Dorn has been making her
t home in Liberty for the past several
years and it is with regret that the peo
- ple see her leave.
Rev. Thompson of Lancaster preached
at Baptist Church Sunday morning.
Miss Sarah Bradl y returned to her
homen in Atlanta Sunday after spend
- ing sveral days with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Poor have moved
- from the Easley Mill No. 2 to the honse
a recently vacated by Mrs. N. K Parkins
and have opened a first class boarding
We understand that Mr. W. W. T.
Nalley, who recently sold his farm near
Pickens has purchased the Smith farm,
consisting of a house and fiye acres of
land on the Liberty road in edge of city,
and will move to it at an early date.
-'Tho graded school resumed work on
e last Motid'ay -with bright prospects for
e a successful term.
SA. C. and Laurence Sutherland, of
IEasley Graded school, were here forI
n the week-end, 'std i o
Jus. A. Ilendricksvitehsso
*Prue, at Camp Jackson recently.
Word has been received by Mr. and
Mrs. L4. A. Roper that their son John
has arrived safely ov;erseas.
I Quite a number of the boys from
here who are with the 30th Division in
France, 'have recently beeni reported
Swonnded, Walter Edens as "seriously
-wounded,"' John Chastain severely
wounded in the foot. Earnest Stansel
Iwas wvounded in the hand, and Will
SAndrews wounded slightly.
.The public is cordially invited to the
.Golenoy school building on the night of
B December 21st. The entertainment
B will consist of humorous recitations,
e songs, cake walk, fish pond'and hoX
5 supper- The proceeds of which will go
a- "-- nds for a piano for the school
the fact that this communi
shouldered the heavy loss
ool building by replacing
etter and more modern
which prompts the better
building, is a very com-.
Jo oplano 01 frs. WV. 'T. Anderson and
.ua ui paaeltl last wveek for their new
-*os g a utu ~d Roper, sons of Mr.
Mrouaiunm er, arrived home last
Sweelparqns en discharged from mil
itary g os this fa~mily is the first
r in this c to rejoice at the re
rturn of th~ \b ys, a third son is in
Hion, and Mrs. M.; Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Hiendrix, Mrs. L. A. Roper, Mrs. S.
B. Edens, Misses Mae Jones and Mon
tine Edens were Greenville visitors last1
The many friends Ellery Jones of the
U. S. Navy, Hampton Roads Va. will
regret to learn that he has recently
sniffered an attack of influenza follow
ed1 by pneumonia.
Mr. Mrs. J, P. Smith, of Liberty were
recent guest of their daughter Mrs. Dr. I
C. W. Smith.
Mr. andl Mrs. Mannon Roper left I
Monday for Atlanta where they leave t
their little dlaughter, Jeanette for
treatment in a hospital there.
Waterman Ideal Fount/
These make splend
Dainty and beautiful Box PE
Gold Watch Chains, g
Gold Watch Chs
Testaments up to $1.50
Bibles up to $8.00
Tea Spoons, set, $1.25-guar
Table Spoons. set, $E
Forks, set, I
;Plenty of Candy now. A
Buy now and have it ov
You will have the advantage
wait on you before the rush
to mention all we have in tl
a call from you. Will do ot
Items From Marietta R-2 .
The health of this section. is Very
good but I think we have had a good
share of the influenza for the past sev
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Edens were visit
ing at Mrs. Mira Turner's last Sunday.
Mr. B. P.* Crenshaw has returned
from Washington, D). C. Perry saysm
she is some towvn, too.
Mr. Lewis Crenshaw is at home agai,
to the delight of his many friends. He
was in the navy.
The farmers are a little "blue" over
the drop in the price of cotton, andl
many of them are going to wait for
The Peters Creek gradled school
opened up wvith bright prospects this'
time with the Misses Williams of Wag
ner, S. C., as teachers.
There will he an entertainment at l
Peters Creek school house on Saturday1
evening, D~ecember 14, at early candle
light. Refreshments wvill be served'
consisting of coffee, cake, chicken, etc.
Every body come and bring your friends
and pocketbooks along with you.
There will b~e plays to suit old and young
The proceeds of the sales wvill be used
for the benefit of the school.
\Jope to read a letter from all thel
correspondents of the Sentinel in your
paper ere Christmas.
The teachers and pupils are putting
forth their heat efforts to give an in
teresting Christmas program. The
public is cordially invited and especially
the patrons of the schooi. Program
will be announced later. 4
Efforts are being put forth to arrang4i
for a tennis court on the school hou~
grounds. Material has already lbee6
urchased and we hope to have ou
:ourt ready for playing by the end
We had as visitors Monday Miss Bor
ha Can trel and Miss Eula Owens, -of
V1otice To School
Improvement Associations i
All county Sch ol Improvemient As- .~
ociations atre reqlu sted to please sendl
eports of' meetin;, s to me at oncei
,iteraiture may lhe 'ecured by writing
0 county organizer.3
Mary McCall, .
acusville, S. Q. j
s, $2.50 to $5.00
kr Curve Fountain Pens, $2.50 to $5.
id and appropriate giftsjfor soldidroor;.
Lpers up to $3.50
uaranteed 15 years, $3.00 styles
bins, guaranteed a lifetime, $5 00 '_
up to $5.50
t Sets and Manicure Goods up.to,14..50
Military Sets up to $5.9O o er some
Necklaces and Lavalieres up to hirt Waists
Cameo Broocheslup to $15.
Cameo Rings up to $
White Ivory Com
Whte Ivory Br
hina up to $5.00
up to $5.00
ny Hair Brushes up to $5.00 In ants and
White Ivory Mirrors up to4..00
Wrist Watches up to $22.00
32-Piece Dinner Set $5.95 * ps
Boxes df Ui rs \U1 to
Pies in you thrpugh
anteed 25 years . )
1.00-guaranteed 25 years y O .
3.00-,uaranteed 25 years
nives, set, $4.00-guaranteed 25 -dis'
Safety Razors up to $5.00
Perfume in bottles and inisets up to $4.50
larger line will be in a little later-in plenty of time for
or with. Will be glad to set aside articles for you. You
a of a good selection. It will also make it much easier to
Mail orders recive care5ul attention. We have not space
e line of holidav goods and gift articles. Would appreciate
ir best to please you.
s Drug Company
HALLUM, Proprietor and Manager
THE GROCERIES CARRIED
r In our establishment are, 5
from every standpoint, per
* ~ ~ fectly satisfactory. Their ex- ed
~~ (:ellent (qualit.y is conceded by' ed.
all who have tried them and of
__________we .can guarantee their purity
as it isguaranteed tous b~y thet
. ~manufacturer~s. It will b)e
~money in your pocket to deal hd
C -cher e because you not only gzet
- the highest grade of goids
but pay the lowest price for
IPICKENS HDWE. & GRO.n CO.
STo The T rade
SCome where you can yet the biggest )
stock of goods to. pickf rem.
Silks of all kinds from $1 50 to $1.75 per yard. r,
Serges--hest French Wool Serge, $1.50 to $2.00.
Storm Serge from $1.00 to $1. 75.
Silk Plaids $1.01); other Plaids from 50c to 75c. ~8
100 bolts of Gingham to select from.
SOuting of all kinds.
Men's 3-Season Undershirts $1.00.
Shoes of all kinds.
White Goods of all kinds.
Men's Suits of all kinds from $15 to $30..
SBoys' Suits of all kinds from $4.00 to $10.00.
Hats'of all kInds.
. White Peas $4.20 bushel; $3 for' other kinds.
60 ozen for Eggs; 20c lb. for Hens: 15c lb. for Roost
0cers; 30c lb. for Fryers up to 75c each. 9
[ $1.75 for Corn in traide.
One car Salt to go-at $1.25 sack...
WILL OPEN UP 8I8 L.0T CHRISTMAS GOODS 1
Yours for tide,
J. W. HENDRIOKs
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