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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-current, December 07, 1922, Image 5

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FROM CATEECHEE
The Southern Railway Co. has just
completed an over head bridge near
Norris depot. The section house will
have to be moved and the butments
to the bridge built before travel can
be had over the bridge. Should the
public road between Six Mile via
Cateechiee remain as it is the bridge
will not curtail the danger any at the
lower crossing which is the most
needed protection; butif the public
1';
this matter careful consideration.
Farmers are about through gather
ing and as Christmas will soon- be
here they will have a few days rec
reation.
A good deal of small grain has
been sown which is looking fairly
well.
Rev. W. D. Hammett filled his reg
.lar appointment at the Catecchee
3aptist church on last Sunday morn
ng and night and preached an im
)ressivc sermon both. times. Bro.
{ammett is a man of God and we
late very much to give him up for
.nother year. It seems hard to keep
good man. at an avocation when
-nee obtained.
We note with regret the Sentinel's
)ss in the person of its former editor,
fr. Gary Hiott, but we are sincerely
lad to know the separation will not
e a separation unto death ' se
dL&UA, UILt)LRlLY iliOb, JUL :iucez,e5 !t!
our new field and we are looking and
'aiting to hear from you thrttiithe
alumns of The Greenville Daily
news. We feel The Sentinel has
een left in good panes and we ar
xpecting it to grow and thrive under
te management of the-new editor. If
ec new editor Makes as good an cd
.or as he has made Supt. of Educa
on, and we have no room to doubt
we know the paper will not suffer.
're's our.hand brother Clayton. and
"scribbling" can be of an help
s know
marriage that will be of interest
.he many friends of the contract
g. parties was solemnized at the
sidence of the officiating officer on
t Sunday, Dec. 3rd, about 3:30 p.
when Mr. Eugene Durham lead
the hymnal alter Miss. Irene Wil
ion. J. Alonzo Brown. N. P., per
'ming the eceremony. The groom is
son of Mr. and Mrs. George;1gra
m of Central R4 and is a -l~nfii
* and industrious young farmer
.o stands high in social circles and
making his mark in the wvorld. The
*:de is a daughter of Mr'. and Mrs.
~nzo Willimon of the Six Mile see
n and is a beautiful and refined
'ing lady who has just i'ecently.
npleted her education andl is a
terving young bride. May peace
opiness and prosperity be theirs
the wvish of the officiating officer.
B.
AUTOMOBILE COURTESY
enville Piedmont.
We believo that 50 per cent of the
mobile accidents which happen on
highways of the United Stateg
Id he avoided thru the .use of, a
*le automobile courtesy," says D).
u.Lewis, acting executiv6 chaii-niah
the American Automobile Associa
*2. He thus defines the courtesy of,
w -road~
" Real automobile ciourte'sy demseds
. t we give the other fellow his
* . are of the road; that w' 'diihi our
Ihts;' that we recognize the fact
lr't the man behind us blowing for
;th. road wants to, get by and is not
* llenging us to a race;, in short,
means being agreeable in all these
empt to keep others from pass
'or refuse to dim their lights.
Yother law of South Carolina re
~ng tp motor vehicles is so much
'lated as that which forbid the
proper use of lights and spetl. ghts.
maarvel Is that there ar'e not
-~ 'e serious 'accidents from this
C otton is rig~~
cta in Pickens' today. (Wed
AUTION SALE
BUGGIES
facturer was forced to turn his Buggies in
to cash, and I received a carload at prices that will allow
me to sell them at auction. These Buggies are at J. D.
Holders Office, near Pickens Railroad Depot, at
and are ready for inspection. Come in and select your
Buggy before sale day
SATURDAY DECEMBER 9th.
SALE BEGINS AT 11 O'CLOCK
This is yonr chance to get a New Buggy at small cost.
B, G. LANDRUM
PICKENS. SOUTH CAROLINA
Send Us Your Job Printing
BIG
SA L
The mule dealers of Easley have on
hand over 100 - head of fine fat fresh
Tennessee and Kentucky mules. Ac
cording to reports from mule markets,
mules have advanced in price consider- Our sale has bc
ably In the last few weeks. The Easley we appreciate the
Dealers are proud to say that they
took advantage of this rise in price by bought. We are d4
buying early and are willing to give that you want at ti
their customers the benefit of it.
You can find among this lot some New Goods
good choice matched teams. We can
say without a doubt that we can sell We are glad to
mules of good class cheaper than they give you real barga
ave been in ten years. Also -will svwap
tose with anyone who wants to match Come and see I
r gait up their team. WTe appreciate
*Come look them over andsave plen- that you wifl find oi
ty of money. See all stable men.
Everything in
W. D. Spearman tdy
Sitton & Smith
J. M. Billington & Son
FS. Hendricks
TRESPASS NOTICE
We, .thi undersigned hereby prohi
bit all persons from hunting, fishing,
cutthig thnber or trespassing in any
manner upon our lands, under full
penalty of the law.
B. E. Porter, E. F. Collins,
E; D. Childress; T. H. Holliday,
L. P. Stephens, S. S. Childs,
J. P. 'tancell, Hovey Murphree,
J. A. Hunnicutt, J. D. Davis
S. E. Mauldin, B. H. Powers,
R. B. Hunnicutt, J. E. Gillespie,
Mack Durham, J. B. Powers
W. L. Pressley,' J. C. Stewart,
J. J. Lee, J. L. Murphree
T. R. Merck, 'J. II. Powers
S. W. Williams, B. R. Parrott.
J. M. Gillespie, J. T. Dillard,
J. M. Brazenc, J. F. Lewis,
S R Ellenburg Tom Childs
Sam Giffin J. B. McKee
N S Stewart W. P. McKee
G W Brazeale I M Durham
L Copel B'B Crenshaw
J E Allgood G W Durham
S P Marchbanks N B Roe
John A Durham W B Nations
J L McKee J E Stewart
Tulley H. Holliday.
Mrs. Elizabeth M urphee.
Arthur W Stephenp
Jack Frost has come at last, and
he is quite welcome.
LAD
BONC
Does Wonder
Moncilla Beautifie
Blonilla Van'shi
Eicneilla Cold Cr
Boncilla Face F
Package.0 ..Beatti
size- of each Bon
Bloncilla Ideal S(
Give her Nunnally's canidy for
Southern made for Southern Ma
Keowee.
R. E.Lewis, Prop.
~en a success from
way our customne
>ing our best to kE
uis time, and we ar<
In the Sale at
say that weare
ins throughout ouIr
'or yourself and 1
your business ai
ir goods and prices
>ur store selidelt
rds &L
'.7
NOTICE OF FINAL SEITL
AND DISCHARGE,
Notice is hereby given that
make application to N. A. 0hri
Esq., Judge of Probate for,
county, in the. State of -South .
lina, on the 16th day of Deco
1922, at 11 o'clock in the fore
or as soon thereafter as said a
cation can be heard, for leave
make final settlement of the pers
-estate of John W. 'Thonlas, dece
and obtain discharge as adminis
trix of said estate.
Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas, '
Adnilnistratr
Get into. a real business of
own! Local city territory now. o
Sell the genuine J. R. Watkins
ducis. Everybody knows Watk
Spices, Extracts, Coffee, Medic(
Toilet F reparations, etc. Stand"t
for more than fifty years. Big;
line, biggest values and highest qty "
ity makes easy selling for yuu. Wr I.
today for free sample an:[ proff ti
you can make from $3000 to $500(
year. J. R. Watkins Co., Dept.
New York. N. Y.
S
1%0L 1L A
for the Face
r...- - .75e & $1.00
ng Cream.-......75c
ea.i.------------ 7re .
owd-e-.--------75c
y containing small
illa Preperation 50c
------ ------ -$3.25
'1T hanksgiving and Christmas.
Pharmacy
Phone No. 24
NUE
the first day an
rs have come an
ep goods in stoc1
3 putting all
Cut Prices
still in position to
store.
1 others.
dcan assure you
right
teaper than cottonru
arsey

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