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Miss Lois Garrett has returncd to
her home after a week's visit witn
relatives n Greenville.
Marion Lesesne, student at Wof
ford College, spent last week-end
with his mother in Pickens.
i h W. M. Baker, a prominent citizen
of Dacusville, was at the county seat
on business one day last week.
Fletcher Porter, of Columbig, spent
last week-end in Pickens with his
parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Porter.
James P. Carey, Jr., and G. G.
Christopher, Pickens lawyers, atten
ded court in Walhalla the first of this
Harold Clayton, student at the
University of South Carolina, spent
Saturday night with . his brother, F.
V. Clayton, in Pickens.
' Magistrate A. S. Porter of Pickens
has turned into the county treasury
- mere than $ ;00 in the past week as a
result of fines assessed by him again
at violators of the law.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Osborne will
leave Saturday for some place near
Chattanooga, Tenn., Mr. Osborne hav
ing been ordered there by the con
struction company for which he is
Mr. and Mrs. Will T. Freeman of
near town spent Sunday with his
father in Westminster. Mr. Freeman
moved some years ago from this
county to Georgia, but later moved to
Little Pois Powers, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bennett Pt.wers, celebrated
her fifth birthday last. Saturday after
noon by giving a party which was at
tended and enod.iye by a harge num
ber of het friends.
A dog which was supost'd to have
been arud was kille:I nair I'ickens
Monday, after it had hit seve rtIl dogs
in town. The dog's head ha:: been
sent to ('olunbia 1':r exam ina:tion to
deternmine if it had ruia or to.
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No. 8 gives immewdi
LVT'ER RAINEY IS CLEARED
Luther Rainey, arrested in Green
ville on a charge of rape and held in
the Pickens county .jail was released
Saturday afternoon upon the request
of the prosecuting parties. The war
rant against Rainey wi's withdrawn)
by the prosecutrix.
S. J. Young, arrested in connectio'n
with the affair, war released by the
magistrate after the preliminary trial
held Monday. November, 8, Rainey
being held in custody until furthu'
investigations could be made.
The arrest of the two men follow:t
a charge of assault made by the
parents of the girls, who a': .un-pan
ied the two men on the iat viol.ile
ride the evening of October 29, which
consumed the entire night. Later
developments disclosed the fact that
.the.aUeged crime took place in Pick
ens county and hence the prisoners
were turned over to authorities of
The Sentinel did not publish the
disgusting details of this affair be
cause we could see little merit in a
ease where girls got into an autorno
bile of their own accord and rode
around all night with men they had
never seen before, and we did not
care to force an account of the in
decent affair intc the homes of our
subscribers for their boys and girls
When it becomes necessary for s
newspaper to publish sensational and
sickening details of such affairs in
unestablished cases, in order to get
readers, we will get out of business
...... LITTLE EDNA HILES
On October 29 .the Death Angel en.
tered the home of Mr. and Mrs. EE
files' and claimed for Heaven little
Edna Lucile, aged five years and eight
months. ' Little Edna had - sufferer
since early spring from spinal trou.
ble. She was a sweet child and loves
b' all who knew her. The body was
lai<1 to'rdst in Pleasant Hill cemetery
We Will'miss you, :.h! so sadly;
No sweet Edna now to kiss;
But we'll meet the little darling
In the home of perfect bliss.
Rub-.ly-Tism, antiseptic and pain
killer, f.i infected sores, test r.
prains, n';raIgia, rhcumatism.
- THE UNIVE
-There is no other ca
there and back agai
Is the car for the
farmer, the mercha
contractor, the colle<
useful every day of t:
Low in the cost of n
1 of the sturdy strengt
reliability for which
On account of the unusu
your orders be plac~ed a
H. P. Si
DUC VWO TI MANN
A wedding of -much interest owihig
u the pv1inence of the contracting
arties, was that which cecured Octo
ier 23, 1921,; at the home of, the
pride's past'or, Rev. A. F. Jackson,
lateechee when Miss Sallie Lee
)uckworth became the bride of Mr.
)scar Franklin Mann. The bride is
t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Duckworth and an experienced school
teacher with a lovable disposition.,
While the groom is the youngeat son
of Mr. S. B. Mann, and a promising
young farmer of sterling character.
Hosts of relatives and friends are
extending congratulations to the hap
py young 'couple, for a long, happy
and succesful life.
GOT 30 GALLONS WHiSKEY
Officers Julia alot Aerderson,' 6
Central, raided the premises of Bart
Patterson, a prominent farmer living
near Central, uesday, and found
thirty ajitjis o I refwhiskey. The
juice was found' ni f.ree 10-gallon
kegs hid under cern shocks near the
Patterson home. It is stated that as
soon as the officers found the whiskey
Patterson jumped in his automobile
and went away from there. It is
more than likely that he will soon be
ALONG CENTRAL ROUTE 2
Farmers of this section are about
finished gathering their crops and
catching possums and eating "taters"
seems to be the order of the day now.
The schools of this community have
begun their winter terms and the
children are putting in good time.
Mr. Ray Whitmire, who is attend,
ing school at Pickens, spent the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Whitmire.
Mr. H. L. Craig of Greenville
spent one light last week* with his
mother, Mrs. Sue Craig.
Little Misses l'loye and -eddie
Ihemas of Pickens spent the week
end with their cousin, M1 iss Ruth
Air. R. A. Alexander made a busi
ness trip to Seneca Saturday.
Mr. .lames Powers of Georgia
spent several days last week with
his brother Mr. Van Powers of this
I little .losie Ruth Alexander, daugh
ter" of M1r. and M1rs. R. A. Alexander,
has been real sick for several days
a' their home oin Keowce. Hier little
riends hope she will soion he well.
M1rs. T. 1. Craig and children of
this scxtioni visited her dau ghter \f rs.
W.\ Glymph~l at l.air Play last week.
Mr s. G lyminph has been su ff~ering
fromlt an at tack <.f t yph. id fev:er.
She is pleasanotly rememb~ered here
as M1iss Hessie Cannon and many
friends wisli for her a speedly re
co v ery.
Mr. Will Morgan, son of Mr. Miles;
Morgan, has returned trom Greenv'ille
where he htis l'een muder treatment
at the explense of ,the government tor
being gassed while in the WVorld wvar.
Mr. Mcrgan's' fri'ends wvelcome him
home,. es pecially tlhw girls.
Mrs. WV. H. WVhitmire (If this see
Lion was shopping in Seneca Satur
Miss Ellen Morgan left recently for
Tamassee, where she wvill enter
school. M1iss M1organ's many friends
wish her' great success.
'onile on, oll you corresnenjlltts;
I I lke toa hea'r from you.
M1iss Enmily Tlhtriiley <.f Converse
co(llege ( spent'last week-erd with her
pare'nts in Pit-kens.
ails for unusual 'needs
rmade to stock ordi
he store or Phone
and Fountain Penis
S, S.1 .
PETERS CREEK ITEMS
On Wednesday night November 23
a Thanksgiving supper. will b'irved
at Peters Creek sehcol house. 'Ganes
:nd a fcrtune teller will provide fun
f r every one. Numbered tickets
will be sold and the one getting the
"hicky number" will be awarded a
beautiful quilt made by the school
girls. The public is cordially invited
to attend. The proceeds will go for
the benefit of the school. I
A number from this community
have been attending the Greenville
Born to Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sing
Teton cn November 3, a boy.
Misses Roena and Eva Loopeir
spent last week with their sister Mrs.
Grover Freeman in Easley.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Porcher spent
several days with the latter's par
ents. Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Foster
W. E. Hunt, Jr., spent Sunday
with Julius Baker.
Ml isses Verner and Beulah Earle
Foster are visiting relatives 'iii Grheeh
KEEPS BLOOD PURE
Growing Children Need Plenty of
Red Cells in Blood
When the young body is growing
children frequently experience weak
ness. Girls and boys sometimes play
too hard and over-tax their systems
They become pale, weak, and sickly
They loose their appetites, become
languid, and are not able to makt
progress in school work. "Growing
too fast" is often true. It is mosi
important to keep the blood of grow
ing girls and bcys in a healthy state
Pepto-Mangan keeps the blood
pure. The red cells in the biood are
increased. They carry life-giving
oxygen to all parts of the body, and
wholesome ycuthfulness blooms again
in clear coml'lexions, bright eyes and
buoyant spirits. The name "Gude's
Peptc-Mangan" is on the package.
666 is a prescription for Colds,Fever
and LaGrippe. .lt's the most speedy
I remedy we know.
0. B. Dedaigg
t is just what its name
ar that will take you
n, quicker, safer and
man of action--the
nt, the doctor, the I
:tor-the car that is
laintenance, with all
bi, dependability andI
Ford cars are noted.
al demand we urge that
is early as possible.
'he Pickens Sentinel and Green .
ville. Daily News Both for Price
of The News Alone
For the balance of this year The Sentinel will make its Pickens coun..
ty subscribers the following special offer:
The Greenville News (Daily and Sun lay) regular price----------$9.00
The Pickens Sc'ntinel, regular price--------- -------------- 1.50.
Regular subscription price of both papers one year ----------- $10.50
SPECIAL OFFER: Both papers ne- year -------_----------- $9.00
The Greenville News ' (Daily " without SunCay 'regular price---- $7.00
The Sentinel, regular price ---.--------------------------- 1.50.
Regular subscription price of both apers one year -------------- -8.0
SPECIAL OFFER: Both papers 0ne year ------------------ --$7.00.
The Greenville News gives you the state and outside news and The.
Sentnel keeps you posted on your home county affairs. The News Is one.
of the best dailies in the South and he only daily paper that is delivered.
to rural readers in Pickens county he same day it is printed.
Bring or send all subscriptions o the Sentinel office.
THE WEATHER MAN SAYS---'
A Hard Winter This Year
Coughs and Colds are sure to co me and you should keep a few rem
edies where you can get them at once.
Lewis Cherry Pine and Tar Cough syrup, 25 and 50c.
Lewis Liver Laxers, acts on the Ii ver, 25c. '.
Lewis White Salve, everybody kn cws what it will (to for sorei and:'
We keep a complete line of home remedies and we are no farther from
you than your phone .
R. E. Lewis, Prop U% . Phone 2
The White Frosty Mornings Re-'
mind Us that Wintr'Is Near
And the time is now here when we shoul prepare for the cold(1 days that
are to come1. I have a complete line of mercehandise of HIGHEST qual i
ty. Bunt you will be surpr'ised to know how LOW my prices are. If you
will (d0 a little comparing of prices an~d quality you will. find that I can
save vou money. I shall mention only a f'ew of the v'alues you can findi
at this store. I cordially invite all to visit this store and see for them
Stetson Hats going at ..--.---- ..-..--- ----.....-$6.00 each
Men's Overalls at-......-----...---..--..--..-..... $1..00 And $1.25 a pair
Heavy Flannel Shirts at-------------------..---..-..-......-$2.00
Haynes Underwear at-----------------..............75e a garment
Haynes Union Suits for men at-. ---.. '$1.50 per suit
-A nice line of' Men's and Young Men's Clothing--in latest styles
and( pr3ic'es right. -
I have a big line of Men's, Ladies' and (Children's Shoes-and more at
Men's and Young M~en's Overc'oats in v
No mait ter' how~ you have( planned to make ''that new dress" it will
pay you to v.isit 0our Dress Goods Department before you buy.
I am ('losing out my line of Furniture. Nowv is the time to buy at
a batrgin. '
I have 25, 'ase's of Laundry Soap. As long as it lasts' 1 will sell 2
('akes for 5cnts.
BIRING ON Y OUR I'ROICE'
l" '('er, 25e' per' 11oun d u3 p to h65'.''.
Roosteris. 10 per p(3'Joundm
10ggs. .i5' per'3 dloze.n..
Hcns I "8e per' pound.
J. W. H ENDRICKS
PICKENS CABINET WORKS
H-eadquarters for Sash, D~oor's and Mouldings.
We have a nice line of Builders' Hardware.
Can furnish odd sizes to order.
Let us make you a price on anything youx need
in the building line.
A few thousand brick at the right priee.