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....... ,OCR'S nd, PersonaL
Miss Grace McDaniel is here fo:
Mrs. G. R. Hendricks left Saturdai
to spend the holidays in Atlanta, Ga
'Miss Fran.es Cox, who teaches a
Lamar, is home for the holidays.
Mrs. J. P. Carey, Jr., spent severa
days last week in Atlanta, Ga.
Miss Flecide Carey of Atlanta, Ga.
is home for the holidays.
Mr. Charlie Curtis of Clover, S. C.
is spending the holidays at home.
Miss Emma Herd of Greenville
spent the holidays with her parents,
Miss Hattie Earle who teaches at
Clio, S. C. is home for the holidays.
Mrs. G. E. Medford visited her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Bivens
for a few days last week.
Miss Ruby Berryman, left Satur
day to spend the Christmas holidays
with her parents in Royston, Ga.
Miss Olive Boggs Newton, who
teaches in the public school of Clio,
is home for the Christmas holidays.
Mr. Johnnie Joe MoFall is spending
'the bolidays with his mother, Mrs.
The friends of Miss Edna Willis
v: ill be sorry to learn that she is
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lewis of Mon
'tna are on a visit to Mr. Lewis'
mother, Mrs. J. J. Lewis.
Mr. Walter Grogan of Elberton,
Ga., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.
11. Bruce for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Armstronig
spent the week end in I.inurens w ith
Ar. ?Arnstronk s puri'nts.
;Ir. l.econi Rtclin:n1 of Garet uville
sine d1iii a! W\\t* Wvith 1',- e::rents, l '
and Mlr:S. C. V-. Rob'in'en.
Mr.~ ~~~~C Ger!":iia rn
Mlau!dli) t Gr
to l' iches Sund
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I I''1 I\i Ii . t ! ' :! I't t l
'l': atnv ( eand ot' M . Ue N 1'-.
I. I l'critir c w ll be( ' s ry to learn
Miss: Sara So rant a, Ga.,l
Mr. S. .' '0one, proti'essor' o
Scienoin iiens 1litgh school wil
speed th \.E!: vith his parent
at 1Iartsvil*, S. C..
1h'a. Man:,.K I .--esne. professor c
Iat hematietr :n the higah school n
lRock lillW. S. (. i hom fn tor the holi
You Will Finm
iness at the S
Cold weather is
your Coats, Sw<
Dress goods of;
Shoes of all kint
Groceries of all
The many friends of Mr. 'J1."Co
Special Agent of the Charlotte Dlvi
sion of the Southern Railroad, regre
r to learn. that he is quite sick.
Miss Edna Earle, County Demon
stration agent for Marlboro Co., i
spending the holidays with her par
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robinson, Jr.
and two children of Greenville spen
the week end with the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robinson.
Messrs. Eugene and Martin Yon.
gue, of Charlotte, N. C., spent th4
week-end with his parents, Mr. anc
Mrs. R. E. Yongue.
Misses Ora McFall and Frances . I.
Fall left Thursday 'or Atlanta, Ga.
where they will s'wuid the Christn:n
holclays as the gusets of Misses,
Maud and Vesta Ashmore.
Miss Elanie Keith, who holds a res
ponsible position at Clemson College,
spent the holidays with her parents
Miss Florence Stewart who teaches
at Fork Shoals, is home for the holi
Get i-nto a real business of your
own! Local city territory now open.
Sell the genuine J. R. Watkins pro
ducts. Everybody knows Watkins
Spices. Extracts, Coffee, Medicine,
Toilet Preparations. etc. Standard
for more than fifty years. Biggest
line, biggest values and highest qual.
ity -nakes easy selling for you. Write
today for free sample and proff that
you can make from $3000 to $5000 a
year. J. R. Watkins Co., Dept. 83,
New York, N. Y.
Mr. B. P. Kelley of Central R3
presented the Sentinel office last
week with a cluster of apples that
he pulled from his trees on-Decern
.r 26. Many thanks to Mr. Kelley.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF PICKENS
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
!-:'-ley Loan & Trust Company, a
d0y . N. Sitansell. Chae'ster Hard.
ware l'ma!nny and Robinson aln,
n prsunceof at decre'tal order
:..:h( in tl above s.ated case by his
inor .ud:o'.'T. S. Sease. ai Chamt
. rs, December seventh (7) 1.)'
directing me. I will sell to the highesi
hidder for eash ,om
SAlIlSI)AY IN JANU.AlY 1921.
the amec beimr( Janua v fir;t 192:
urin: the leay k for sal a es, vna
-'ekeins Cor Housg,' S.i C, the oint.
'U ow ing de se tra of an d toi
llt :. nte inm gihoit iwnshi
thers an l count fr.:d adjthoinim
h ue Iaeln ovydt .O
anf 1. y . . nSTEnWand Jh
ames O dron thelae;
ha . ti Cohesme and b en
tersk andns fheaform
ONE of the World's greatest in.
.ventUons "THE RADIO" Buy 'a set
now. Get the- thrill and wonders of
the aim. See Walter Hester or phone
FOR SALE-Charleston Wakfield
and Early- Jersey Wakfield cabbage
plants. $1.25 per 1000. See J. W.
Boren. Pickens Re.
Those buggies that were left with
me by Mr. Adams are going fast. If
you. want a good buggy, reasonable
you had better see ,me at once. J.
D. Ibilder and Sons.
..BE HAPPY this Christmas. Buy
a Radio set and hear the wonders of
the air. For complete information see
Walter Hester, or phone 27.
LOST-One white ai.d red spotted
hound (log. One ear split, and left
hind leg has scar on inside. Fi-nder
return to Jim Poole at the Court
FOR SALE-Shetland pony, bug- G
gy and harness, weighs 610 lbs. Qual
ities good. Safe for children to dr.ive.
J. T. Olayton, Pickens, S. C. 2t
FOR RENT-One 2-horse crop. ,
also one..horse Drop to rent on halves. E
Good creek bottom land for corn.
See O. L. Morgan. R2 Pickens. 3t a
FORDS! FORDS!! FORDS!!!-We
have a lot of good Used Ford cars at
bargain prices that we will exchange U
for mules, cattle or hay, or will sell
for cash or on terms. Pendleton
Auto Co., Pendleton, S. C. -
FOR SALE-Pure O. I. C. pigs. It
pays to buy the best. Price $10.00
each. L H. & O. L. Craig, Central,
S. C., R2. 3t
We are ii the market. for twenty
thousand cross ties. Call at our office
for specifications. We pay cash at
office. J. D. Holder and son.
LOST-One white and red spotted
hound dog. Finder return to Picken.;
Oil Mill and get reward. 3t
T!',.'tuerhhrcd White I.*ghorn
Cock'rls ,for sale at $2.00 a piece. Soe
S. C. Boggs, Calhoun, R1. 3t
'These who wish a fancy box of
fruit for Christnas send money order
orj check anl I will send the follow
ing: Oranges $:3.50 plus express. Or
anges andl Grape Fruit mixed S$3.50.
Tane:eines, Oranges and Grape Fruit
$1.25. Grnz Fruit straight $3.00.
D~an Adams, Euntis. Fla. 8lt
Il' you' w:'nt a g-:od Scoid iblihe.
Bible)1 story back (r (other good b'ook:
S e Mrs B. S. John.on at .Johnson'e
veand tc:1 cent store.
Crioss~ onds- church. A pply to W. IP.
Baker, Pick~ens, S. C.
- For C hr:iumtas t iys, (de1s, "t ation
eryV and~ variety geoods. See Johnson'
5 and 10ec s tore.
Cotton is bringing 2(6 1-.2c
in Pickens today. (WeTd
For the next 30
days I will sell Col
lars, Briddles, Bug
gie harness, Wag
on harn sand Lap
'Robes, all at half
.25 to 30 good
mules frOm 5 yrs
Will sell at great
~ly reduced prices
J. T. Gassaway
To patrons and friends we take this opportunity to tank you
for your past business, and to wish you a prosperous and happy
New Year. We sollet your patronage for 1923.
R.* G. Gaines &Son.
Dealers In Cotton and Fertilizers:
CENTRAL, S. C.
te paitror~s and friendsz.
BANK WITH US IN 1923.
You have wo: kedl for ycur dollars. Make your dollars work
W e pay 5 per cent Interest on T im e D eposits.a m r a k o e t a
ealers an es t ascrfic
2 l416-8 o waStee
We, the undersigned hereby probi
bit all persons from hunting, fishing 3
cutting timber or trespassing in an;
manner upon our lands, under fq -
penalty of the law.
B. E. Porter, E. F. Collins,
E. D. Childress, T. H. Holliday,
L. P. Stephens, S. S. Childs,
J. D. Stancell, Hovey Murphreei
J. A. Hunnicutt, J. D. Davis
S. E. Mauldin, B. H. Powers,
R. B. Hunnicutt, J. E. Gillespie
Mack Durham, J. B. Poreh
W. L. Pressley, J. C. Steart,
J. J. Lee, J. L. Murph"ee
T. R. Merck, J. H. Powers
S. W. Williams, B. R. Parrot,
J. M. Gillespie, J. T. Dillard
J. M. Brazea, J. F. Lewia,
S R Ellenburg Tom Childs \;
Sam Griffin J. B. McKee
N S Stewart W. P. McKe0
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 B Stewart
Mrs. John D. Edens Tulley Holliday
Mrs.' Elizabeth Murphee,
Arthur W Steph ns
Tn'ustrious men nd women want.
' 1 to. rctail the envine Watkins
-redtcts in city te 'tories. Except.
ional o:portuin'ty to t'e up with the
oldest and largest ebmpany of its
kind. Our hustlers average income
is $1.10 an hour. A e you doing a
well? If not, write oday for fre
samples and partic rs. The J. R.
Watkins Co., Dept. 82, New York, N.
Rest ho 1'' Eyes train
Dr. G , Elgy . -1'oa'm, S. C.
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to Sihcriij ,et;Al1ST
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One Day X. whero 8
vlng Now Ybrk,ha' a Sth.
HUN'1ER'%s, New Found,
LibergC flight is still
One Day Only,' $ most severe
o longest non,
A imir of Chasegns to Azores
lother, -Iusband,tp London con.
ti , Son er D~au'~liram for thi
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