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Lac&1 s~ ~ ersoni s
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Carey, October 8, a fine soft.
Mrs. B. T. McDaniel is visiting in
McCornck and Columbia this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Findley are
spending several days in Henderson
Ten pounds of sugar 'free at Ed
wards & Darsey's. See advertise
Misses Florence Stewart and Ella
Lewis spent the week-end with Miss
Mrs. A. C. Few of Mountain View
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ella
Brown, in Georgia.
Mr. O. R. Cochran, his wife and
children, of Anderson were guests
of Mr. Hovey Neely last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Euphre Cochran and
children of the Prater's Creek sec
tion spent last Sunday with Mrsi. W.
"Sheriff" Jcnnings says it is not
too late to sow turnips, that the
finest patch he ever raised was sowed
October 10, 1907.
Mrii. E. R. Waldrop of the Wolf
Creek neighborhood who has been in
poor health for several months, is
very much improved.
The W. C. T. IT. will hold its reg
. ular mceting( with MIrs. Vesta Me
Fall on Thursday afternoon of this
week at four (c'iock.
Mr"'s. M. M1. Chastain of the Oolenoy
ectio(n was -visiting her brother, Maj.
J. M. Stewart and daughter, Miss
.Iosic (hastain, last week.
'l( K('OW e I'hartacy is advertis
ing fl wcr bulbs. They are also giv
ing a glass howl free to each pur
chastr of fifty cents worth of bulbs.
We are glad to welcome to our
town Mr. Duncan, and family of
Greer, who cceup;y the house of
Mirs. Florence Griffin on Main street.
Walter Iester, linotype operator
for 'The Sentinel, has just installel
r fine radio i-eiving set for Mr. 13.
1>. Weodside, genIral manager of the
Easley Cctton Mills.
When the presenlt special offer of
The Stutinel two yeals for two (101
lit s expires the price of the paper
will bt :1.50 a year a-i ne other
special ofl'r will be made.
An unusually large crewd att'nded
the singing at. Cress Roads last Sat
'urday and Sunday. The traders o
I &ntience weie many. Some o
tiem were Profs. Seabor'n , Wcami
Greshua :,,td Lesley.
Imiss. Our f
them that y<
One lot -of apron and a
terns of iress ginghams thai
rel1 during~ the sale at
One lot I' percales in
colors and lovely (dress pat
you pay uip to 220c for
* . 12 1-2c.
All colors to select fron
same that ycu pay 50e ya'
& be in sale at
Mr. J. B. Holland of thid place
visited 'his, parents, Mr. and Mrs. -T.
M. Holland of near Shelby, N. 0.,
last week,. Mrs. L. C. Rogers and
daughter returned with -him and
spent several days.
Mr. John L. Thornley, who has
been living in. Clinton for several
years, was at his old home here last
week visiting his mother, Mrs. N.
E. Thornley and brother, Mr. L. Qo.
Communion services were held in
the Baptist church last Sunday. Rev.
F. T. Cox announced a protracted
meeting to begin about the last of.
this month or the first of next. Ile
will be assisted in these ser.vices by
Rev. Mr. Gratibery of Gaffney.
Edwards & Darsey's special sale
of fall merchandise will continue
through this week, closing Saturday
night. They are offering bargains
in each department. This firm has
an unusually large stock of shoes
and can outfit the entire family. They
are also giving away ten-pound pack
ages of sugar. Read their ad in
this paper and find out about it.
Rev. J. C. Diggs is one of the best
men in Pickens. He has the love
and respect of all and holds a high
Place in the esteem of our people.
lie has been preaching day and night
for more than a week and his words
are full of wisdom and power. He
had a house full of hearers Sunday
night. The meetings will continue
until Wednesday night,
'l'he Pickens chapter U. D. C. will
hold its next meeting with Mrs. J.
I'. Carey, Jr., on Friday afternoon,
Oct. 1:ith at half after three o'clock.
Each member is askcd to bring a
sketch of a World War soldier of
Pickens county, and the roll call will
be answered with names of Womid
War soldiers of South Carolina who
were decorated for bravery.
Mr. J. S. Cureton, wife and daugh
ter, of Greenville, and Mr. John P.
Cureton of Greenwood visited their
brothers, Mayor C. L. Cureton and
Dr. George Cureton, '.n Pickens last
week. Mr. J. S. Cureton is general
passenger agent of the P. & N. rail
way at Greenville, and Mr. John
Cureton is connected with the Sea
hcvrd railroad. This was the latter';
second visit to Pickens during thirty
six years and he says we have tl
finest country he ever saw.
How our hearts go out in thank'
iilncss to our Heavenly Father, foi
the delightful, refreshing rain wh'cl
came last Friday after the long, dr:
spell we had! Ilow sweet and pur
the air, and how lovely October! Th
ig Friday morning,
all goods are now ii
)1 will be glad to p
hve wvill to spend it
Bcys heavy wveig
sizes from 12 to 6
terns that -It :s imipt
find our stoe
... all wool Fc
ever1 had( in s
( for wvill
beauty atud, gandeur of our huis is
enhanced , boyond description. The
mountains seem to be no .er and the
pretty, clear streams trickl'ng on,
bearing a glad song to the roaring
river. Old Glassy mountain stands
within an arm's stretch of us clad
in her auturmnal array of red, yellow
and green. All nature is lovely at
the approach of the dying year.
The M. E. conference of the
Greenville District held its annual
Woman's Missionary mceting last
Thursday at Easley. It was called
to order at ten o'c.lock by Mrs. M.
B. Gibson, of Laurens, adjourning
one hour at noon, during which time
the Easley ladies served a bountiful
feast of good things to eat. More
than 100 ladies were present, rep
resenting most all of the gocieties
in the district. There were several
real good, instructive talks on mis
sions and Bible study. The repre
sentatives from Pickens were Mes
dames Vesta McFall, Hortense Le
sesne, Rev. J. C. Diggs, R. H. Hold
en and Frank McFall.
The enthusiastic Girl's Auxiliary of
the Baptist church had a most pleas
ant meeting on last Friday afternoon
in the home of thetc counseloir.
Three new members were initiated
by touching candles at each of the
five flames held by girls who had
pinned on their shoulders in large
letter the words, "Prayer," "Study"
"Enlistment," "Giving,'" "Doing." They
all lifted high their ligI ts and sang
"The Light of the World is Jesus.'
Then the jolly G. A's have lots of
fun when the serious part of their
work is done, so they planned a
Hallowe'en party which they expect
to have on the 27th since that is on
Friday and the real Hallowe'en day
comes in midst of school work.
On Tuesday afternoon October 3rd,
Mrs. R. R. Roark 'and Mrs. Weldon
Christopher entertainda the local
D. A. R. chapter at the lovely home
of Mrs. Christopher on Ann street.
The program was especially interest
ing,. being sketches of the l'ves of
some of the distinguished sons of
South Carolina. Several' well-writ
ten, original papers were read. Mrs.
J. H. Bruce had one on the life of
Robert Mills, the very first dist'n
guished architect of America. Mrs.
S. B. Craig read one on the life of
George Mc.Duffie, America's great
orator, Miss Aurie Kirksey, a fine
one on Washington Alston, artist.
Mrs. T. J. Mauldin read her own pap
er on the life of Robt. Y. Hayne,
This is said to have been one of thc
very best meetings the D. A. R
0 has ever held hcre. Several men
October 6th, we ar
i and we have boug
ty. Don't forget ti
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eight (lays of our sale w e are going to
or on account, 10i pound s of sugar fr<
di at the sdme time, bu t when you
ht wvork shioes in Ladies oxfoi
egular $3.50 value forts, and (Ire!
i .lpceial pri<
ssible for us to tell yo u in a small
< complete, from the chi cap ginghams
nch serge. You wvill fi nd skirt goods
,ers frosa Literty wet qrgqet The
iostess served deliciot' bloqk cieam
md pound cake during the social
ialt hour which followed the meet
The sixth birthday of Arthur Grav
ey was celebrated at the home of his
perents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gzrvley,
n last Thursday afternoon. Twenty
two little folks enjoyed the occasion..
They had merry games out in. the
bright October sunshine for about
an hour. Then Mrs. Gravley called
them into the dinning room, around
two large tables and served ice
ream and good old fashioned pound
cake. This room was decorated in
Hallowe'en style. , A grotesque pump
kin in one corner caused all to think
of Halloween, and the baskets on
each table carried out the color n
scheme of black and yellow. De- p
lightful mints were served and sou
venirs of black cats and owls were
given. The children all enjoyed the o
games, particularly pinning on the
big black cat's tail. Sue McFall was
the happy girl that won the prize
for this. Little Arthur will never
forget his sixth birthday.
Every Confederate veteran in Pick- P
cis county is cordially invited to
meet me at the fair Thursday, Oc
tober 19th, and take dinner with me. fe
The proverbial fatted calf, along
with roasted shoat and 'possum and
'taters will be 'n evidence about
Assemble at the Craig and Jame
son sales stable Easley, S. C., by
ten-thirty c'clock in order that we
may know how man.iy plates to pre- l
pare. Ycur friend and servant. m
John E .Craig,
Committees to report at the Pick- C
ens Baptist association whi.h meets
at Oolenoy this week
Fereign Missions-F. S. Childress.
Home.Missions-W. E. Edens, Jr. c
State Missions-J. A. Robinson.
Orphanage-A. A. Moon.
Womans Work-Mrs. J. M. Stew
I Public Mcrals-J. T. Taylor.
Aged Ministers-J. E. Foster.
Sunday Schools.-A. P. Hammond. I
Chr istain Edication.-C. E. Robin
Religious Literature.-"B. P. Mit
State of Religion-J. B. Findley.
Obituaries-J. R. Connelly.
3 putting on a sale ti
ht such as you will I
Le date and be sure a
h AND ENDS O(
give each and every o nc spending $10.00
e. Get your ticket w ith each purchase.
et tickets shoving te ni dollars spent du
ds, strap pumps, com'- Men's sh<
s shoes in tan or black alnd dIress
es from kid, or gun
T5 to $7.30
pace of all 'our pric Cs on a large sto
t the imported ging hams, fr om the cot
in plaid or stripes a nd the loveliest si
Noney to Loan
ON IMPROVED FARM LAND
AT 6 PER CENT INTEREST
We can loan ' you any amount of
oney from $1,000 to $25,000 for a
riod of 33 years,- giving you the
civilege of repaying it at the end
five years if you want to.
It is not rcquired that the borrow
live on the farm in order to borrow
No red tape.
CRAIG & KEITH
Office Over Kcowee Pharmacy
hone 39 Pickens, S. C.
ONE GLASS BO
II .t Beautiful Flower
Mail Orders G
R. E. LEWIS, Prop.
at you simply ca1
1eed and are putt
nd see the bargai
with us, eith~ir for
You dlon't have t
rifg the sale the -fr
ses in heavy woriE shoes """"
hoes, tan or black, vici
metall ini prices from
4.0 to $9.50
k. But you wvill
ton serge to the'
irt material we si
by purifying your
waAOC AMc R.4
The purified and refined
calomel tablets that are free
from nausea and danger.
No natts necessary, as
Calotabs act liko calomel
and salts combined. De. .,.*
mand the genuine in lOc
and 35c packages, bearing
The Sentinel having the largest cir.
culation in Pickens county is natural.
ly the best ddvertising medium,
H AND FRENCH
EACH 50c BULB
Now Will Make
For Thanksgiving. --
iven Careful Atten
not afford to
ng prices on
s we are. put
den's fleeced lined winter weight
piece underwear. Regular price
nm 85c to $1.25 per garment. sale
69c to 98c
n men's suits, overcoats, rain
ats, overalls, work shirts and dress
irts, hats, caps, tids hose and belts,
You wvill find some real bargains
n ladie~s dresses, coats andl coat~
.its, sweaters,' skirts, hats, andl~ i
Uidens' ecatsi, serge mhiddy suits
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