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.ENS, 8. C.
Invariably In Advance.'
ickens, S. C. Postofe s
ad Class Mai' Matte.
IIOTT, Editor and Mgr.
cold cream dosen't designate
may have even been a horn snake
t, tempted E"ve.
Th ; bear that used to walk like a
mmi is now crawling.
Top soil roads are putting Pickens
'dinty neatrer the top of the column.
Some say strike while the iron is
h ., but the railroaders will strike
when the weather is cold.
Ifa the tenderest are the bravest
that chicken we ate Sunday was the
biggest coward we ever saw.
The manti Who used to toil by thle
midnight kercsene now has a grand
-)n who burns the midnight gasolene.
The railroad magnates must have
dividends on their watered st'ock even
though the public perish and freeze.
William and Mary College has
made President Harding a doctor of
laws. Well, the Lord knows they
In Geenville court last week a ver
diet of $3,700 was given in favor of
a man named Doolittle. He won't
1 ave to do much now.
When the rain does come, do not
fuss about it. Just remember all
tiese weeks of unsurpassed weather
we have been enjoying.
Some peop.e would be more svm
netrical if part of their totigues was
cIt off and stuffed in the cavity where
their brains ought to be.
Mrs. Harding has been presented
with a -$2,000 seal skin coat. But
-ongr-ss is going to keep Mr. Har
d!ing warm without a $2.000 coat.
Don't become discourged because
the world fails to accept you at your
own valuation. The Lord knows you
&s you are, and the rest of us don't
The U. S. treasury departmenit har
announced regulations permniitting the
.aianufacture of beer and its use by
ick people. Don't you feel likc
y ou're taking the flu ?
That little 18-inch snake that look
'ard all over and was caught in
G'reenville county last week is evi
ently just the horn 4ff of one of oui
P ickens county snakes.
The Greenv.i~e Piednran't wants to
no if' some manufacturer cani't
*ive hats a boomierang shape so the:.
vill come back wh'en~ they blow~ oti.
Wouldn't the .5hape of a eat do just
' Fellow. came in the~ other day to te!l
. S a joke about a colorel laborer who
.;ad been give'n some ec:ra heavy
.work to do. The tired negro went
*,ver the bosAs and said, "PBoss, is you
.ot a nigger on ycur book name Sim
- n ?" And when the boss replied,
Yes, what about it?'' the negro sim
ly .said, "Wal, I'se dat nigger, boss;
just thought maybe you had it down
he wears shoirt dresses -
When she walks the street;
But she's powerful sweet
On Improved [Farms in Pickens,
(conee andl Greenfvi lle countios. ('ity
roperty, Greenville, Easle> an rd
Rt. E. BRt 'E. Pi&:oen.s S. (
Offic' O)ver EKnowvr Bani.
Paie in all (2'
J. R.j Marti - - .
Gre'ven'vlic S. PTi'kens. .Y
P'ratice in all Courts.
Pickens Omcee in Court House.
Greenvlle Ofmce opposite Postoffce,
F. L. WEBB, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
-Cateechee, S. C..
S1~ MLF. ~~' 4CADEMYI
A Baptist Institution that Is Dolng
A Great Work
(By a Staff Correspondent of the
Si4 Mile.-Far removed from the
temptations co.1mon in the larger
eites, -the -Six M4e Baptist Academy
supported by. the Baptist denomina
tion for the edueddAn of the youth
of the mountain! dunties. has an
enrollment of more- than 200 students,
the largest' in Its history, and is fit
ting them to take their places in
Six Mile is about 12 miles west of
Pickens and seven miles north of
Norris, which. is the nearest railroad
point. 'Whe '' Pickens .supIplies the
larger number of students, many of
tbem come from Greenville, Ander
son, Abbhvlfle andjother South Caro
lina counties as well as from North
The academy offers a four-year
course inl addition to the preparotory
work, which is the same as is otYered
in t.he eomnon schools of' the state.
This prepara'ory course is offeretI for
the benefit and Convenience of those
w1ho do not reside near a graded
The SLx Mile'Ba tistAademy was
estalhi44,An ,t nd'at that time,
rideni('ts of ths. ioifr ay. Six Mile
c-ut1 4 0 iiSidi' ed to be one
of thdo~it Oloped in all the
"State of PIell1 M here was little
here to commend the village to out
iderk or. evep. to those who resided
hez'y :.:jwg- ty ,bleause their forefather
I ad- lived- hy.
Put the establishtinent of Six Mile
Academy. has been as a veritable canl.
dI11 placed on a hill-top, say those fa.
milar with the institution and its in
fluence. Today, Six Mile is one -of
the most progressive sections in al
Pickens ad this is considered to be
du solely to the school and the part
it has played in (leveloping this com
The administration building waS
burned to the ground two years ago
but from the ashes of that buildin
has risetn a. larger and better strue
ture. Likewise. the institution has
cointiIUm41 64'CrAv k-ach yeC1, not c:1'
in point of enliN!lment but in other
respeetA. .'today it occupies such a
large part in the community life that
it is the center of the villae which
has -.io~nn up about it.
Numbers'.'of students come from
the country 'round about, travelini
-many miles each da:y to secure edu.
cat .Inal advantages which childret
in the larg -r citie' take as a mattel
of fact. The number of board i nu
students i,; less than 100, the remain.
detr being- residents of this section, or
"lay students"' as they would be
The administraLtion building is in
the center of the school village. the
hoys, dormitory and the girls dlormi
t''ry !tning it on either sidle. The
t<.tal nereav owned by the school iL
'4 and this is utilir.ed in various ways
for the benefit of the institution.
The int itution i's located in plait
view oft th.' Blue Rid'te mountains
whose lofty: pea". exerc'ise a kndl o
Iwatchful attitude over the school am
c otmunity. Six Mik' mou ntain, ta
inc. its na~me~ fro~m India'n legend a.
has Sifz:te creek, is but a few miles
d istant a] is often sealed by thr
mrorgt energe'iv (f the StLudenfts.
Twil i.,h. devotional services ar'
held id both the bo.s' and gir l's o
nitories- ea.:h evening and these hanv
lieen the sour ce of much good to a'.
c otrn a' The fnn-ber of' studlent
offering trerlv in' the' service of
the. Mas:.'r, as wei; as those wvh
at~'ve 'consistently t ' serve Himi
priv ate life. is largely attributed t'.
these meetings and the splendid ir.
fluences that prevai! here.
Prof. F. S. Childres.5, a gradluate o
Furman University of G;reenville. is
superintetidant of the institution. As.
sting him in this work for moun
tain boys and girls are the f'ollowing:
J. A. Davis, Mrs. Harley Peak, Miss
Maude McDaniel, Miss Viola -Trog'
den, Miss Annie Pearl Shirley. Mrs.
Irene Griffin, Miss Ollie Durham,
Miss Flora Mae [food, Mirs. Saille~
Stew~art and Miss M aime Brockman,
wh i.i charge of the music dlepar..
naent. E. . llrOodwell. a natieo
Abbiev.ill' inty' aisi a studem of
the instit'u:ion, al.so *-rive's as ~ a -
tant to P'."f. Chiblres
TPhe in.: :t. .tion pu' - eut hat'
'.er is con. ' ad la:..i'. of the.'1 "
c-a -.Atami~ f Gree'nv'i: -.xA
eifto t j, - . hw b ing moade to '- -' r
.c\mpr;i If h h jdlae ! or thrIc-::~'
ballI team, the majority of themr be
ing. Gre.en vilIle boys. are: 11oraci
l.ont -, f 'ell IRobinnson:, 1-. ( . IFeden
Hub lo. '. Nolan, ,iohmn May:ioli, H or'acc
lur.cRy Mcl' aith, Tlov I )aiton, an.
The fall termh begana on August 3
of this year and will continue foi
nine months as against eIght month;
:n previous years. The longer term
the ircreased enrollment and the un
divided support of those familar
with the institution and its work at
tend to jimake the prospect for the
future unusually bright.
Notices run under this head at the
rate of one cent a word for first in
sertion, one-half cent a word for
each subsequent insertion.
FOR SALE-Two black mare
'mules, 7 and 9 years old, weighing
about 900 pounds each; 2 buggies and
harness; two-horse wagon, wagon'
and buggies in good repair; three
year-old Devon bull, weight abou'
1200 pounds; also one Putman organ
good as new. Reason for selling,
am planning tQ leave this state. J.
W. Cauley, Pickens. S. C., Route 2.
FOR SALE-Black mare mule,I
tiree years old, weighing between
seven and eit hundred pounds.
Worth $200, will take $140 cash or
ifood paper. M. D. Chappell, Pick
e'n- R :8.
I.OST--Last Friday Automobile li
Ienise tag B-No. 1I3-thousarld-aid
something, between Pickens and J.
W. Hendricks' store or J. W. [Hend ri
eks' store and the Reece Bowen, place.
Finder please return to Sentinel
FOR SALE-Good mule cheap, will
work anywhere; cash or good papers.
Also one Chase City top buggy at a
bargain. Robert M. Welborn, Pick
ens Route :3, Phone No. 2'L10:.
F"OR SALE-COe pair of mules or
horses at a bargain; also 30 bushels
of peas, several tons of Peavine hay.
about 100 bushels of corn, 20 busheld
H. E. Hamilton. Pickens Route 4. 2t
POR SALE--One 1916 Ford in
gocd sha:>e. Just made a trip across
the mountains a distance of 186 mil'
oil 8 gallons of gasoline. Will t i
in trade a good top buggy and har
na.-, R. L. Henderson.
I WTL. BUY your poultry, eggs
and multiplying onions on Saturday.
i. H. Cr'aig. Pickens : ___t_
FOP RENT-One or two-horse
'arm, :-ear Mountain, Grove church.
T. A. Kelly, Pickens R3, Phone No.
WA NTED-Thu bur 2 shoats weigh
ing about 100 lbs. each. W. A. Math
I HAVE sufficient timber to sawf
from tp-o to three million shingles
andI wo)uh like to make a trade with
some party to do the sawing. See
m te at once. Robert Stewart, Pickens
IFOR SALE-Sixty aces, more or
, near Shady Grove; good barn.
-roo I hildinpgs and tenant houses,
w t'. waerd and young orchard.
ill e'.i o good terms.
J1. M. Wood. Sunset. S. C
Ji STRECEIVED two cars of
v+a grower. Will sell for cash
onl. . D.[older & Son. Pickens.
WIHLL EXCHAN'GE 15 shares o
Cco Motor Truck stock for FordI
.k..L E--3:A..ire and Duroe
- x: 5 at-:3 church: six
* '.:.:i Sunset, S. C.
N I -3. -: . ar n~ $1.25.
- e 1i:i: -em Al [test-1
c.; re+.:: : 5+,: : have thenm
'IR -AL F P E:XCHANGE-1
tow: pro'perty. I rarige terms~
o:. pu-:en~a-e. ~ ave you
"ee me before .. Wil! T.
F~ren::. R. F. D': :en05, S.
0:.oef 'ur e nu t'aeturer
Wo wa.: awell and
fro Ta bl.-: k '.w n - jo::s tihe
prfe a manS wh-l ha some' seill
i nc: xp rienice h * n rot abso
WVe have . --ic.ik
:'h.'me, nor are~ we .i -ring a cha ne
to ti.rm1 ai Pfe-lon' 2 >:meetion with
a~ :\-liable mlanna-etvrer. AnJ) fur
thermore, a chance to ma~ke. a are
inc->me) that the aveagei man earns.
With 4ur long likie you can sell in
Winter as wvoll as inl Sutmmer. Write
to THE TROPICAL PAINT AND
O* ZL COMPANY, CLEVELAND,
Ready To Wear
For Ladies, Missi
Every line of merchandise is cheap
more in price than Any other line of
line of ladies Coat Suits started at $
$40.00, in all wool suits, in the very I
The biggest line of children, misse
values. Ladies coats in all wool, an
Misses coats in all sizes from $4.0
Our line of dresses for misses an
dresses for msses in Jersey and Ser
es for, ladies At $10.04), $12.50, $15.0
styles and colors.
Sweaters in all woo!, for childre
Our first shipment of Sweaters wer
ments coming all along by express.
DON'T PAY HIGH PRICES JUS
HABIT 01 DOING IT. IT'S A BA
BEFORE YOU BUY, AND DON'T L
don't believe prices are going much h
See our line of Ready To Wear fo
"The store wher
Clothing, Sfoes, If
STATE Of1 SOUTH- CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF PICKENS,
IN COURT of COMMON PLEAS.
Ilose Halums, et ah, Plaintiffs *
Ea.. P. Anerson. Defendants.
It purstuance of a decretal Or!Ier
uade in the above stated case by his
Honor. Judge R. W. Memminger, dat
ed October 6th k121, I will sell to
highest bidder Salesday in Nov
'nber, 1921, the same being Nov. 7th
1921, Durng the legal hours for salt.
a't Pickens C. i., South Carolina, the
following described property.
All those two pieces, parcels or
tiacts of land lyting and beihg situa
ted in the County and State afo-e
said, in or near the town of Norri ,
and knowii in the division of the, es
tate of Nero Hallums, deceased. as
Mts Nos. 7 and No. 1. Lot No. 7 can
taining' One and 85-100 acres, more
or less, and lot Neo. 18 con'tainin:6
menteen and 4. -100 acres, more
Terms of SaY: One half cash
on da:: </ sale and the remainder on
a crei.1it of twe .h months with leave
t') the purchaser' to pay all Cash, the
credIit portion t' he secured b~y a
hond oif the' pur :iaser' and. a Mort
giice of the Premises sol and to
bear interest fri'a diay of sale at the
rate of entht per~i cent per1 annum.
Purchaser to) y for all papers,
stamps and re~ordlling the samle. If
purchas'er f'ails ti comply with the
ter'ma (f the s.>.1' in one' hour the!
sanme will be re~''d at the risk of the
0. S. STEWA RT.
Clerk of' Comomon leas Court.
Pickens County, S. C.
C:L:.RK'S SA LE.
STATE OF SOUTHl CAROIAN.-.
COUNTY OF" PiCKENS,
IN COURT OF C;OMMOcN~ PLEAS~.
[.. C. Thornle y.* Plaintirt.
Jo'hn M. Glenn. Pa l'Dean G;'enn-, De
In pursuanc' of a decretal Order
niade- in the ai'ove stated case by his
i'onor. Judge. R. WV. Mfemminger,. dat
si October ';th 1921, 1 will sell to
he highest uniIier on the terms here
nafter namedr oni n;utesday in Novem
er 1921. Tlhe :ame~ being Nov'. 7th.
1i.2. dlurn the h'gni hours for' sale
it Pickenos C. H., South Carolinva, the
.All t Ihat nic.. paurcel or tract of.
:u in 1.ibe' ''w'nship, County :
Pick1en's a nd ht a f'ieeaid , a'djoh-.
I' V. O)'Dl)&, e t ' of Fr'ed Will iams.
(122.94 :er.-- . ' ire o l(es , and1 be
iniL the( tvr' --uul (eenp*.::(.d to him <
by' J. F'. R< , and( the satid mrt
name was tliven to secure the pay-1
menLit of the- ba'anctte of the' purchase,
'Terms: One-halfV Cash On the day
of sale and the balance on credit of
one andl two years equally dIivided,]
the credit portion to draw interest i
from the day of sale at the rate of
ehrht nor cent per annum till naid:
For Fai And 'W
,s and Children, at pri
,ess Than a Year Ago.
er by far, than a year ago, but all lit
merchandise. In fact the bottom i v
25.00 and went to $70.00. Our line tV
atest mo(els, in all colors.
s, and .lidi.e.s CQnta we have ever showr
d a big ran'ge of-styles and colors at
0 to $15.00, Infant and childrens c
d ladies embrace all the newest thinj
ge from $5.00 to $7.50. A full line o1
0 up to $20.00. A big line of Shirt W;
n, misses, boys, men, and ladies. An
e sold out within a week after we re<
T BECAUSE FOR THE PAST YEA!
D HABIT. AND BESIDES YOU D(
ISTEN TO ANY CROAKER WHO
iviher, at least not soon.
r ladies, misses and children. A s:.z
~& I1E N[E
e qualityin m1(iehandisi
I(S 4111d Clents'F
Call for Pictorial Rv
md be seered by the bond. of tihe
>urchaser and a mortage of the pre-.
mses so sold; that the purchaser
ave leave to anticipate payment of
he credit portion if he or she- desires.
?urchaser to pay for all papers1 re
enue stamps and recording the same.
[f purchaser fails to comply with the
1erms of the Sale in one hour the
same will be sold at the risk and ex
. 0,o ore purchase~r.
0. S. STEWART,
Clerk of Common Pleas Court.
Pickens County, S. C.
Oct. 10th 1.)21.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLUA,
COUNTY OF' PICKENS,
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
J. F. Richey. Plaintiff
W. T. Rogers, A. Z. Wilson,. W. W.;
Brissy, and J. C. Brtssey, De-f'en
In pursuance of a Deerceta.l C ir
unde in the above stated casc-by hi~
?Ionor. Judge RI. W. Memmiinger,. dat
d October Whl '1921, I will sel! to~
he highest bidder for Cash, Salesday
n November 1921. (during the- rega:L
inurs f'or sale at Pickens C. HF. South
Carolina, the following described.
ract of land:
All that certain piece, paree! or
:ract of land, lying and beimg er -'
ted in Pickens County, South ( e'.
ina, said~ tract containing 90. at r:.,
:nme or less, being the same- lartd
rieeded to me by Me D. Murphy,. For
furthur~ information concern ing chain
of title to the land above desreibcd,
see deed of Me D. Murphy, to) W. T1.
Rongers, da'ted A pril 22; 19 15. and re.
crd~edI in the Clerk's- Office for' Pick
ens County. S. C., in- Vblume "Z.. Z.'',
at page 67
Terms: Cash. Purcohaser to pay
for- all papers, stamps and reco)rding
the same. If purchaser- fails to
:omp1ly with the terms of sate- in 0one
iour* the same will be resold at the
risk and expense of.' the~ former p~ur
O. S. S'TEWA RT,
Clerk of Common Pteas Court.
Pickens County, S. C.
Oct. 10th, 192.
NOTIICE OF SAfL.
UtNTIY OF PIfCENS.
N COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
\. Y. Shirley,. Plaintiff.
.f.Ca ntrell, Def'endant.
fly virture of an execution in uedr
id sinedw by 0. 3. Stewart':, v!er'k of
-'ur't of1 P~iekensI (county ini the abo~v
e:'te d cSe (tai~ed October', 1 ah 1 .2 I
wvill n-ell. to the hig hest bilddn' iin
ede( iay ini November Lel dutr e
>e legalm houa for sale,- bef~ore t h-i
:aui it house do0cr at Pieken s. S.C
mel. M1itchell six cylinder touriny; au
Omlobile. cari No. 94g. Sa id 'ca'r wiH
)e sold1 to satisfy or partly satisfy a
udgemnft isue in this case.
R. R,. Roar'k
Sheriff Pickens County.
Only four days lefth 16
ret The Sentinel two years fo~r $2.00.
es of Ready To Weaj have declined
.s Just dropped out. Last fall our
is fall starta 'at $12.50 and goes to
, and we think, t jbgst styles and
$12.50, $15.00, $ 00 R to, $85.00.
ats from $1. . 6.
is show\ ..frti.. fa4. Jumper
all wool Serge and Tricotine dress
Lists, and-skirts ii) all the latest
>ther line- that ha,4 been cut in half.
!eived them. but we have new ship..
OR SO YOU" TFAVE FOMED A
)N.T lAVF TO ANY MORE. IOOrK
TALKS. Il;HER. PRICES. We
comes .bofore the
Goods al Specialty
$TATE._QF SOUTH CARORLINA,
CO .Ty' O- .PI(KENS,
N-'COUR'T- OP CaOMMON PLEAS.
X. M. auldin, ret'al, Plaintiff,
Sallies Ca..pps, Ct al, Defendants.
In . pursuance of a Decretal Or -
dcer made ii the above stated easje
I). 11; Honor .R. W. M.mminger,
on Ot-tober, 6th 1921.
I Will sell to- the highest bidder
for cash salesday in November_',
1I21, the same being Nov. 7th, 192.1.,
durin the legal hours for sale at
Pickens C. H.,. S. C., the following
described tract of land to wit:
All that p)iece. parcel or tract of
land lying and being situate in the
State and County aforesaid, in
Dacusville township and containing
Seventy-, five (75) acres, more or les.I
and adjoins lainr of G- W. Cox. H. E.
Loop~er, et. a
land owrned b.
Terms of sale cash, purchaser. to
pay for all papers revenue Stamp:s
anid recording the same. If purchas
er' failis to comply with the terms of
.sale ini one hour, the same will be re
sold at the risk of former pur'chaser
0. S. STEWART,
Clerk of' Common Pleas Court,
Pickens County, S. C.
Oct. 10th, 1921.
STATE~ OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
CO~UNTY OF PICKENS,
1N COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
W. E. Findley, Plaintiff against: Cl
Byrd, J. M. Jameson, andI Keow
Bank, (t al, Defendants.
In p)ursuance of decreetal Ord.
madle in the above stated case} by h
Honor, Judge R. W. Memminger, da
ed October. 6th 1921, I will sell
th6 'highe: t bidder on the terms her'
Inaftn- named on salesday in Noven
ber 1921,- the- same. being. INovems
/h 1921, During the legal hours f.
sale at Piekens C. H. South Carolim4
All tlfnt certain piece parcel c
tract of land lying and being~ situat
in the State and County afor'esaidi
Pickens~ Township, on waters e
Wolf Creek. and ad joining lands c
WV. F..Simmons. Albert Byrd, and A
U. Hiendricks, and containing sevent
')i'' (71l acre4 nmre or' less and1( be
in~x the samel la.nl -onlveys!i by J. A~
n'''1, la Cun Blyrd, ,r:s 29t
pay for' all paipe rs r!.ven" 'tamr
&and ::ecordJi ng t he sam r. If -i.: '-has
fatilA to c(mly~ wvith the im. (f ti
sak ina or'* henitr thle san:= w :1i h e r'e
sol' at the risk and e'xpm . of' ti
* 0O. S. STE~WART,
*Clerk of' Common Pleas Courit. 4 9
* ~ Picke:ns County, S. C.
~Oct. 10th, 1921.
.,MORR,~IS & Co.