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PICKENS, S. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THUkiDA
f1.50 a Year Invariably i Advan
Entered at Fickens, S. C. Postoffic.
S&eond Class MaUL Matter.
GARY I[OTT, Editor and Mgr.
We make our most beautiful bo
and doff our chapeau in our mof
courteous an(d Chesterfieldian. mat
ner to the Pi-kens county correspor
dent of the Green'.ille News. W
wish to say, however, that at th
resent writing we are of the opinio
that it will be quite some time befot
we put out another snake story.
Evdlently so'me' f our subscribet
>ave been layin m4 words to thei
evighbors about Th-e Sentinel. Sinc
Y-tcher 1 weV have added fifteen nei
s to Ou' subscriptoti list witi
ait per-;tnal SOJicito.o01. It is ver
Jensant to know th'At OLur friends ea
-Wak a good werd f,-r us with a clea
Trhe tim: Ci The Se ntinel's specir
'-%bscription offer is nearly half gon
4-nd results have been very satisfac
LWry to us. We have advertised th
rffer so that all may have the sam
pportunity to take advantage of it
f you want to take advantage of th
pecial offer, do it this month. Don'
vait until after the offer expires an<
hen expect to get the advantage o
t, The Sentinel will be put back oi
!he cash-in-advance system bef"or,
this year is out. and we hope all ou
.resent subscribers will remain witl
ALONG LIBERTY ROUTE 3
(To late for last week.)
Rev. Mr. Nelson filled his regula
:tppointnient at Golden Creek Baj
ist church Sunday morning, deli%
ering a good, forceful sermon. Con
'munion service was also observed.
Rev. Homer Stansell preache
A heavy rain and wind storm vi
'ted this section recently, doing col
Aiderable damage to the corn at
2otton crops. It is rumored that
farmer living below Norris had
bale of cotton, which was in shee
in the field, blown away by the wir
Mr. and Mrs. D. Revis and t,
children spent Sunday near Six Mi
Mrs.vWill Clayton was tie gut
af relatives in Pickens last Mondt
Mr. Vess Herd of Picien., route
spent a day last week ott (Aberty
Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo K;u: and I
and Mrs. Fred Kay mtforIte to Ea
iey Sunday, the guests of 'e fort
Mr. Jim Kay spent, th , 'eek-e
Mrs. Reynolds, who has 1'' n qu
'ill for son'etimne, is slowly recovi
M~wr. De(xter Kelley ofi Cjenti
spenft a while in t~his .ht iSt
Ga. .11. Iliilingsle. .sent !.t wve
inIPickens, being o min - -oft
gratnd jury'. lie :tn 't I. hob
Mr. andl Mirs. G. D. . Ie. na i\
Spendi-the-dtay guets. it \u-. C.
Mtr. WVill ltall and iw~o ..s> , of )
derson mootired here' unda - vi
if Lfrs. A\nderson .\i -T * red
her 'homec in G retentvil. S 4,. Iav
.ter spending two wee!,. ul: it
n tives in this see ::,1.
j Mr. andl Mr's. .Stan.ell -mn I Mr.
Mrs. Charie~ Roper matde a aiopi
trip 'to Gr'eenville. last w..
* Mr . 3- . Nuckett waS in P'ick,
~ask week on business.
Mr's. Beoss King and Mi:,. Oei
Wright nse -ery ill at thi.s writi
MPr. an rs. Luthetr McQ,ueent
libert.y we' guests or Mrt. and a
Robei't \ -ht last Saturda.hy
M.r. Sio Iloideni and favoily
un.o tI utite'
A. R. ~ 1~
~ends e(~i ;.x'
to kn~owv la .:o:'i
N arly in th moti. n i h
fn' fahor i n'other to dre.-s b:
4 ~ EED) OATS
TEX' tED AN!) APLEl
)RIUS & CO.
BACK'S Y, SENTINEL', SNAK
The INkens county corresponder
of the Greenville News has contrib
Y uted the olowlng to the horn snak
m, Pickens, Oct. 4.-(Special).-Wat
- rior MeJunkin. a farmer in the uF
section of th- county, last'week kill
ed a large snake. The snake I
thought to be one of the much-dis
cussed horied variety. The horn o
the tip" of the tail measured'a litti
more than one inch and looked lik
ivory. The reptile measured a litti
w more than three feet.
;t Pickens county folk took a pardon
i. 'able satisfaction in the proof of th4
. story of the horned snake, as toh
e by Gary Hiott in the Pickens Senti
e nel some few weeks ago. Pickets
n county folk have lots of confidenec
e in the o'd gentleman Hiott and it,
all of his sons,' particularly in Gary,
the county editor. r. is hoped that
s hereafter niewspaperdom will sit up
r and take notice when ,e puts out
e anothEzr snake story, for who would
P. have the audacity to dotbt his ve.
racity or insinuate or promiulate
y that he w picate'.
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The married lad;'es class of the
IUnion ciurch at Cateechee gave the
L Methodi-st pa.-tor and his wife a
- "pounding" last Monday night. Tlhe
Spounding was held at Mrs. Garland
Leopard's. next door to the parson
age. The pastor's wife happened to
be there just before the ladies came
t in, -each one bringing a package and
I laying it on the dining table. Of
E course she wondered what they were
i up to, thinking it was for an unfor
a tunate brother who had lost his home
r and furniture a few days before; but
i she was too occupied with a colicky
baby to pay much attention to them,
so let it pass as none of her business
until Mis. Leopard enlightened her,
Then they sent to call the pastor
Rev. Jackson, but came back wiftl
r the report that he was not at home
But at 'his wife's suggestion the3
returned and found him ill in bed
and she had to hurry home withou
thanking those kind frien'ds for thei
loving thoughtfulness. And it is fo
this purpose that I now write thes,
few lines, because I want you al
dear friends, to know that out of th
love and gratitude of my heart tha
a night I sent up an earnest praye
a to God to bless each heart for thei
ts kindness to me, and being unable t
id. thank'each one personally I take thi
means of letting them know tha
V their kntdness is greatly appreciate(
In all my life wherever I hav
st I been [ have never found better neigl
Y- bors than at Cateechee. These w<
men believe in practical christianit
and follow the Master's example wh
~"went about doing good." Thisi
Sby no means the first iristanc e o
their k'indness. We have receive
manyv benefits from thenm in the pas
tdand I know the Lord will bless then
for their kindness, for verily, "It it
mt'nore blessed to give than to receive.
Rev. A. F. Jackson and Wife.
a1 Oct. 3l, 1921,
he' I wvill pay any perison1 ~ giving to) mt
- infOtion 51 sutiient to conviet any
er:'.n of huminog without licenso
Ir'. :.~'a'er cent of fi11inimposed upon th<
re person ciovicte o.( f said charge.
HI. L. B. O'Dell.
:n('ounty Game Warden.
sit Six .\ile School Notice
NoUtice is hereby given that th<
a'c.: opusory school attenidr~ee lav
w "ill go ino) effect in Six Mile Schoo
lh-trict. No. 27 otn Novemlber 14. 192
B. R. Parrott, Clerk,
For the lBoard of Trustee.
Sow Wheat th
pare for th
This pest is almost certain to
vis$- county. ne'xt year. We will sell
farmiers at cost. which wvill be ab
isit- TU. A. flowen your order.
'.wyou will find whatt we c
heat of today, written by
WheKn e'very farmer in the So
I meat fromf his own p)astture.
ed by no debt, shall sit amvidl
ni'' e~yards, and dlair'ies, andl barny~
a.'o nei sgrowing themi in ider
p i .. :i".d selling it in his own t
!a master's bidding-getting
mordtgalge that dlisc.harges his (Ie
then shall be breaking the fulln
t Notices run unde. this head at the
. raite of one cent a word for first in
e sertion, one-half cent a word for
each subsequent Insertion.
- I WILL BUY your poultry, eggs
. and multiplying onions' on Saturday.
s E. H. Craig. Pickens Ut
L FOR RENT-One or two-horse
a farm, near Mountain Grove church.
T. A. Kelly, Pickens R3, Phone No.
WANTED-To buy 2 shoats weigh
ing about 100 lbs. each. W. A. Math
LOST-October 3, a 12-year-old
boy's brown and black checked coat,
between A. W. Stevens' gin and the
Pickens Cotton Mill. Finder return
to my home on Jack Nation place and
ret reward. Altha Cantrell, Central
LOST-One green, thick laprobe,
between Frank Chapman's and 0. A.
Crenshaw's. Finder please notify.
S. P1. Looper, Dacusville, S. C., R 1.
SEEID OATS FOR SALE- Ful
ghum and Appler. $1.00 per bushel.
J. E. Durham, Pickens R 5. ot
I HAVE sufficient timber to saw
from two to three million shingles
and would like to make a trade with
some party to do the sawing. See
me at. once. Robert Stewart, Pickens
FOR SALE-Sixty acres, more or
less, near Shady Grove; good barn,
good buildings and tenant houses,
well watered and young orcharyk
Will sell on good terms.
J. M. Wood, Sunset, S. C.
SHINGLE MILL OUTFIT FOR
SALE-One 6 . h. p. boiler and one
Busha shingle mill to go at a bar
gain. If interested ,see S. C. Coll
ins, Sunset, S. C.
PUMPKINTOWN STORE FOR
SALE--I will sell my stock of gen
eral merchandise and rent my store
house and fixtures at good terms to
resuponsible party. This is the finest
locati;n in the county for a country
store. A. C. Sutherland, Pickens, R4
JUST RECEIVED two cars of
wheat grower. Will sell for cash
only. J. D. Holder & Son, Pickens.
WILL EXCHANGE 15 shares of
t Cyclone Motor Truck stock for Ford
' touring ear. E. L. Henderson, Cei
e tral, S. C. 3t
FOR SALE-Berkshire and Duroc
pigs; near Shady Grove church; six
1 weeks old. T. P. Wood,'Sunset. S. C.
NOTICE.-Battery charging- $1.25.
II keep new acidl for them. All test
ing free. It is better to have them
charged than buy new ones. C. WV.
Hunter, Pickens, S. C., R2. ~4t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE
Se*veral far'ms in Pickenis county for'
town property. Can arrange terms
on purchases Can also save you
inoney. on first class Georgia marble.
See mel( bef'ore buying. Will T.
Vi enman, R. F. D. 4, Pickens, S. C.
WOI.I CREEK( SCHOOL NOTICE.
Welf Creek school will begin its
next termi Noember 21 and notice
is hereby given that the compulsory
school attendance law will go into ef
tfeet in saidl district November 21.
Mrs. ,Jesse Morris. Miss Irene New
ton and Miss Ruby Chastain will be
the te~achers of the Wolf Creek school
.J. M. Brazeale,
Chmn. Board of Trustees.
is Fall and Pre-'
e Boil Weevil
(o a great amount of damage in this
~he best see:l wheat for this elimate to
.ut two, dollars per bushel. Give us* or
msideYr ap)propria te words concernin g
the well known Southerner. H-enry WV.
.sS 01 OUR DAY
uth shal In'vt brentd from his ownz fiel'ls
s anld uistur'bed b~y no creditor, and en
his teem ingL gairdens nd. &lIorchards1, and
ardsl.-, 'itching his crop)s to his own wis
ende(nce, making cotton his clean suir
4oe, and in his chosen market, a'nd~ not
his pay in cash and not ini a receipted
bt, but does not restore his freedom
mas of our day."
Forty To Sixty P
Furniture, like all other lines of
and in spite of the fact that cottor
We have just received another c
Bed Room Suits in Mahogany, Wa
stands, Iron Beds, Dining Tables,
forobes, Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen
line of springs and mattresses you
tress, both guaranteed. We carry
ings as you will find in the country
When you buy a bill of Furnitur<
road before you find a better Stove
have sold them both for about eig
See us for your wants in the [ui
Kitchen, at right prices.
"The store whei
Clothing, Shoes, 1H
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND
All persons holding claims against
the estate of the late Julius Bowen
must present the same, duly proven,
on or before the 15th day of October,
1921, or be debarred payment, and all
persons indebted to said estate must
make puymtent on or before the above
date to A. G. Bowen.
A. G. Bowen
All persons are hereby warned not
This is the
it ia'cf such h
,becauaso the pries i3 rig1
Eviery ingradia:t in Car
first quality-no "secon.
this paint. No secretai
You will find the formu
label of every can of Cei
The Certain-teed paint
based on 50 years' e:
produce a paint that sp
has remarkable coverii
can't be beat for holdi
We can sell you Certai
less than other high gra<
each color is pri,.d acc<
6f making that partiet
fair and uniform profi
customers the benefit
We have the right Cert
varnish for everything i
your house. Come anc
9MAnT e ARMNBM e2m00
er Cent Less Thar
Merchandise, has declined in price i
is bringing over 20c a Djound, Furni
ar of Furniture consisting of nearl
Inut and Quartered Oak. Parlor Sui
Library Tables, Center Tables, Bul
Safes, Chairs of every description,
will find the famous Blue Ribbon
at all times as complete line of Ai
We are showing Congoleum Rugs
you usually want a Stove and Sewi
than the Iron King, or a better M
hteen years without one dissatisfiet
niture or Housefurnishing line. W
e quality in 'merchandis
ats and Gents' Furnishing
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns.
to hunt, fish ut timber, pick berries
or trespass in any shape, form or
manner on lands belonging to the es
tate of the late J. K. Kirksey, Dr. R.
Kirksey, Mrs. Nannie Tolbert, Mary
K. Sheriff, M. K. Saddler, J. K. Kirk
sey or Miss Aurie Kirksey, under
full penalty of the law. 4t
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding cle'.us against
the estate of the late William P.
Freeman must present the same,
duly proven, on or before the 20th
day of October, 1921, or be debarred
pi-oe aint ~
formuulaa a r e
reads easily and.
15 Capacity. It
nig its color and
ri-teed paints for
le paints because
~rding to the cost
ilar color plus a
.We give our
of this savn.
ain-teed paint or
iside and outside
I see us.
1MG e UstadEUM * OIL CmTu
A. Year i
iywhere from 4Q to 60 per cent,
ture is about back to pre-war prices.
y everything. used in the home.
ts, Davenettes, Dressers, Wash
'fets, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Chi'
Springs and Mattresses. In our
Spring and Red Cross Felt Mat
t squares, Rugs and Floor Cover
and Art Squares in all the sizes
ng Machine. You will travel a long
ichine than the New Home. We
I cutoier. Just ask a lady who
can fit you up from Parlor to
a comes before the
Goods a Specialty
payment; and all persons indebted toi
said estate must make payment on
or before the above date to John T.
John T. Hutchings,
1 CAR OF DIAMOND CRYS
TATL SALT-THE SALT
TH AT'S ALL SALT
MORRIS & CO.