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Locals antiPersonlals
This is fair week in Greenvife.
Mr. Clifton Bolding of Praters visi
ted in town last Friday.
Miss Stella Newbery is visiting
relatives in Easley.
On Sunday night Rev. F. T. Cox
" and Rev. F. S. Childress exchanged
pulpits.
Mr. W. F. Mauldin is serving on
the grand jury in the U. S. court at
Rock Hill this week.
The young folks of the Prater's
section en.ioyeil a singing at the home
if Mr. Will Prilgrim last Sunday af
ternoon.
Prof. Daniel Boone and Leon Rob
inson spent last Saturday with their
friend. Lawrence Sutherland, at
Iumpkintown.
Miss Nellie Grandy is in Colum'bia
this week representing the Woman's
Missionary Union which convenes
there at this time.
Mrs. John C. Carey and baby came
home from Greenville last Sunday
after a long visit to the former's
mother Mrs. Ida Greene.
Mr. Charlie Cureton. Jr., from, the
Presbyterian college at Clinton, was
the week end guest. of MIayor and
k's .L. Cureton, his pa8rents.
The school at Peters ('reek is for
it nate in hav:ng Mr. Lawrentce Suth
crmdncl as princ ipal. Law4relnce is tihe
e ldr t. sCn of Ir. and MrI.s. Amo
Sutherland and is a young man of
sterling' worth..
Hinkle& L
We have cpenal a e-arage in th
F'. IIendricks in Fid:en .
W. handle gan und oil ebtained i
it must bc geod or We ec;uldnd'. cpm
lei selling gas and cil hee for ye
'We have a dlircet agency from th
tit s ranging in price frcm $6..,3 t
in i.repertrIien. These tii are ship
he samie in i~e that wholesale (dealk
t he t itrs m the same priec the re
youi t he niiddlenmn's pre fit. Fort ex
.o ::x8 I-2, $.50; Corid 30x3 1.2,
If a tire prover unsatisfactory y
p.t ani ad justmient. We make thie a
All reialir' wurk 42lttateed(. WI
reven (days in the w ek.
Fre air and1 water.
S. D. Hinkle &
Main Stre(
You Will Find
iness at the S
And paying the
for produce.
40c per doz fo
20c per lb. for
* Hams 15 to 25
Hams over 25]
to size and quality.
Your trade is i
.-Yours f
J . W. HEI'
Dalton Smith of Praters was a-visi
tor at the home of his grand parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Smith, at Central
last week. .
Miss Eunice -Robertson' who is in
the Central high school, visited her
grand-parents Rev. and Mrs. W. C.
Feaborn, lasf' Sunday.
The G. A's will meet at the home
of their. leader next Friday night.
Each girl is expected to bring a real
young man with her.
Miss .Tirzah Hughs has gone to
visit her sister, Mrs. Davis, in
Spartanburg. Mrs. Davis' son was
killed in an automobile wreck fast
Monday.
The singing which met with the
church at Nine Forks was largely at
tended and many good leadeis were
en liand. A pleasant aftdiioon was
spent.
Miss Knight and Mesdames Clayton
Newton and O. T. Hinton will enter
tain the U. D. C. in the music room
at the school house on Wednesday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Prof. and Mrs. Marvin Lawrence
c? Long Branch were in town last (
Friday and Sultur(lay attending the
teacher'9 examination. They are
Loth fine people and are doing a I
great work in the school where they
live.
The protracted meeting closed at
the Btaptist church last Thursday
nireht. The large, aTtentive congre
pations : tiested the good done by Dr.
G;rtbiherry. T'here were thirty a((i
t:uns to the church, twenty-five of
w htn will be baptized at the mill
ntxt Sunday at three o'clock.
aR StORlS
AQ E
building formerly oeupied by B.
em Atlantic Reihiing Co. You know
eirte with ether companies who have
I F'S.
- Dayton Tire and Rubber Co. for
$12.85 for Ford s:ze. Other tires
ped dlirect from the factory to us at
s buy them for, therefore you get
al:l ddealer' pays for them. We save
mnple: 30x3, $0.50; 30x3 1-$, $7.50;
i;11.50; others in proportion.
:u don't have to send the tire off' to
.iustmient curselves right here.
are at ycur serviece dday and night
J. W. Langston
~t, Pickens
Me Doing Bus
ame Old Place
.Greenville market
r eggs at present.
hens.
lbs. 25c,
bs priced according
ippreciated.
or trade,
IDRIOKS
J. H. Powers of Austell, Ga. spen
several. days at his old home las
week.
Bethlehem school will -'begin it:
H inter term next Monday mornini
with the same teachers as last term
Messrs. Verner Jones and B. F
Hendricks, of Pickens, S. C., arrive(
in Eustis this week and will spen<
the winter season in this city.-Eusti'
(Fla.) Lake Reg'on.,
D d you ever have the blues ? I:
so, just go out among our grand hill
ar.d look about you at' the beautiful
bright foliage, with which they arc
covered durifig these balmy days
This will cause you to look up- and
K happy.
Cole Dodson, a native of Pickens
,ounty, was found not guilty of mur
lcr by a Greenville jury last weelk
vhen he was charged with murder of
less Fuller, another white man. Dod
on adm'-tted shooting Fuller but
laimed he did it in self defense. The
cilling took place in West Greenville
ast August.
We note the following -in Sunday's
tlanta Journal just above a picture
>f Miss Morris: "Miss Mary Morris
f Pickens, S. C., one of the most
>eautiful women of that state, is a
eading social and religious, worker.
diss Morris the daughter of Mr. and
Qlrs. A. M. Morris.
Last Monday, Miss Cleo Hallum,
Mliss Denmark, teacher of history.
WIrs. Walker and daughter Miss Mary
'rom G. W. C. came to Mrs. Richard
-allum's home and carried back
vith them a large load of beautiful
hrysanthemums for The annual Jun
or-Scnior reception which took place
.t the college on Monday night.
Mrs. Alzara Fostcr, who has the
'istinction of having three living sons
a this county who were Confederate
ol'diers, celebrated her 97th birthday
ast Saturday. She is still he:ur
-s is evidenced by her calls for boiled
am which was served among the
imany other good things that hei
r-eighbors and large family connection
served on this occasion. She is sai<
te be the only mother in the Soutl
who had three sons in the war stil
living,
The Hallowe'en party at the seho<
house last Friday night, given by th
School Improvement Club, was muc
cnjc y d by the big crowd of parent
children and young peo;le who cant
Many wcre dressed in spooky co:
tumes cr: ivcre comic false fac<
which made it hard to recognize one
best frie~id. The hall was artisticall
dc corated to suggest H-alcwe'en. TI
high school girls had a candy boot
Miss Culpepper presided over a fia
1.ond, and Miss 'Knight, as a witc
told fortunes. Some of the ladi,
solved punc~h and (delicious homemac
.minger cake. Twenty-sevcn dlollal
wvas the amcunt cleared.
On last Tuesday afternoon the L
akes' Auxiliary of the Presbyterih
church met at the home of Mi
Frances Bruce. The meeting w
callcd to order by Mrs. Earle Lewv
who presided~ :n a most beautif
manner. The subject for study w;
Home Missions, which all enjoy,
thoroughly. Immediately followin
this, Master Julius Lee Boggs call
in dlrawing an express wagon heap4
high wvith 'numerous art'cles f
house-keepers. each One marked "Mi
0. C. Keith." This happy bride bear
od happier than before when s:
found that about twenty of h
friends in her own church had rer
embered her in this wvay, and all f<
happy to realize that one of the
number should dleserve such mark<
attention.
Salesday in November brought
immense throng of people to ti
county scat. The sales wvere 'held:
the court house,-though all the pe,
ple present could not get in ow'-r
to lack of room. Messrs. E. P. M.
Cravy and J. T. Langston were tU
arctioneers. Prominet people fro:
every section of the county were pr,
sent, rpost conspicuous being bankei
and lawyers who were interestedd i
the lands being sold. The biddin
was not very spir~td and all lanc
were sold very cheap. Among thi
Alexander property s6ld was tlne 01
Hickory Inn. wvhich w~as boliight b
Mr. W. H. Crane for $5,000. Fiv
hundred dollars worth of stock'in th
Citizens Oil' Mill of Easley sold fo
$6.50. The brick huildhings in Piegen
occupiedl by Alexander theatre, Loui
Copel and J. C. A lexpnder wer
bought b~y the B. S. Freed~i~n estat
frcr $6,900
SMartin school will begin its winter<
t term .next Monday. -
Forty years ago cotton was selling
.t 7c to 10c a pound and. The Sen
tinel was.the same price it is now
$1.60 a year. And the paper was only
half as large then as it is now and
did not contain one-fourth as much
county news.
Hinkle & Langston is the firm
name of Pickens' newest garage, the
nembers beig Messrs. J. W. Lang
ston and S. D. Hinkle. Both are ex
perienced men in this business and
invite their friends to call on them.
T ey are located at the B. F. Hen
dricks old stand.
1eq
The packag
Your taste c
The sales pr
Over 7 billio
h
.acl.r&MYERSTOBACCO Co.
$8100
XN
To stimulate t]
Slowing offer at our
We will give ir
number te
tie
Second greates
Third greatest
Fourth greates
"No strings to this c
tie checks. Get b
Christmas and mals
'S
" COTTON CRO:
"CROS STiES ARE I
d
We buy both 11
WAKEt UP !
*TAYLOR-CO]
On last Tuesday afternoon the D.
A' R. was entertained by Mesdames
S. B. Craig and O. C. Keith in the
lovely home of their sister, Mrs.. J.
L. Valley.
R. T. Chapman recently resigned
as rural policeman for' Pickens coun
ty. He expected to give up the place
November 1, but upon the urgent re
quest of Governor Harvey he has
consented to remain in the serv'ee un
til a successor can be appointed. No
intimation has been given as to who
will be Mr. Chapman's successor, but
:t is expected that one will be ap,
pointed in a few days. Mr. Chapman
has been a rural policeman four
years and made a- good offfcer.
1 suggests it.
onfirms it.
ove it.
n sold yearly
CIGAR1
Ito
(1
number ties. .
it number-tie bsine
>fer CAwad to esnI
usy and take thi
:e your ~family hap]
P IS LIGHT AND
~RINGING A GOO
~ed and White Oak
WAKE UP !
LQUITT TIE AN
Cotton is brinti
cis. in Pickens today. ed
nesday.)'
. Rev. J. C. Diggs and I. R. A
Hudson left Tuesdday to attend the
annual conference of the Upper South
Carolina Methodists which meets at
Gaffney.
Friends throughout, the county of
Mrs. Hal Hagood will be grieved to
leprn of her death which oceured at
her. home in' Easley Monday. She
had been in declining health -several
years. Before- marriage she was
Miss Viola Runion. She is survived
by a husband and one son, Jack Ha.
good.
Convenient package
-glassine-wrapped.
STTES
Ofor 10
'REE!
AY
s we make the fob
a yards:
auling greatest
. . ~. $50.00
. . . 25.00
. . . 15.00
. . - 10.00
e made. from paid
3 money home for
)y.
CORN' IS CHEAP.
D PRICE.
Ties.
WAKE UP !
D POLE CO.

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