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Rufus Thomas of N t le
as a visitor in Pickens Tues
Postmaster A. M. Morrris and
Wife spent Monday in Green
W T. Day of Griffin section
a business visitor here last
Jas. P. Carey, Jr., attended
the Shriner's meeting in Co
last week.
Frdak Smith of Cross Roads
was ibusiness visitor to the
seat Tuesday.
B. Owen, of Liberty
1, was at the county seat
ess last week.
and Bristow Christopher
nville spent Thanksgiv
th homefolks here.
R. J. R. Anthony of the Grif
fin section was one of the prom
inent visitors here Tuesday.
Mrs. J. K. Kirksey and
dau hter-were among those
opigin Pickens Tuesday.
T. 3. [auldin attended the
Methodist conference in Ander
Married by J. B. Newbery,
at bis office, on November 27,
1912, Miss Relena Ellenburg and
3. B. Ellenburg, from Rock.
Mr. Everett Bramlett and
sister, Miss Josie, of Greenville
spent the past week at the hos
pitable home of B. F. Parsons.
Miss Norma Griffin of Cat
Keechee spent Thanksgiving at
the home of her parents, -Mr.
and'Mrs. W. T. Griffin, in Pick
- ens.
Loyd Grandy is spending a
few days in Pickens with par
ents. He is now -an extensive
contractor and makes head
quarters in Denmark.
Ex-s-enator W. T. Bowen was
Tihckens on business and
shaking hands with his many
friends Tuesday. Always glad
to have Mr. Bowen among us.
Busy B
The new restaurant j
* For Ladies a:
*Everything new and nes
you to give us a call and]
tention and satisfaction.
Hot meals and Lunch(
- We shall be plea
* Stansell
Next Door to P
The Pres
Our new pressing club i
we solicit your patronag
of six year's experience
Our work and d
Ladies, let us (do your da
gloves. We know how.
- monthly members a
Stansell <
he Time
ings Account
wee Bank
paid on Deposits
J. W. Winchester of route 3
w In town on fi%m4eL
Edd Earle has accepted a posi
tion with the new music hoise
Jno. C. Carey is able to be
out again after being confined
to his room for several days.
M. M. Hall of Pendleton
spent Thanksgiving at the
home of Jesse Morris in Pick
i Misses Salie Lewis and Nellie
Freeman spent Thanksgiving
very pleasantly in Greenville as
guests of Mrs. Sadie Jonnson.
S. G, Dorr, a prominent and
substantial citizen of the Grif
fin section, was a business visi
tor at the county seat Wednes
M. D. Cantrell of the Hazel
section was a business visitor to
the county seat last week. He
also paid The Sentinel a pleas
ant call.
Messrs. W. P. Baker and Nel
son Chastain, of route 1, were
among our good subscribers
who paid us a pleasant call'
while in16wn Monday.
Miss Katherine Robinson, one
of Pickens' popular school teach
ers, spent Thanksgiving in
Easley with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. E. Robinson.
Messrs. B. N. Alexander of
Central route 2, and B. F. T.
Blackerly of Norris were at the
county seat on business last
Friday and while here paid us
a pleasant visit.
J. D. Stansell of the Cross
Roads section and who is well
known here, has accepted a
position in thie store of P. M.
Cate, where he will be glad to
see his friends.
We learn that Mrs. Joe Loop
er, one of the county's best
ladies, died at her home in the
Cross Roads section Sunday.
Her body was buried Mon
day at Cress Roads church,
Rev. Mr. Seborn preaching the
funeral. $1e leaves many re
latives and friends to- mourn
her death.
ee Cafe
ust opened in Picken~s
ad Gentlemen $
it. We cordially invite
we guarantee polite at- (
s served at all hours.
sed to serve you.
& Edens
ickens Drug Co.
,S. C.
sing Club
s ready for business and(
e. We have a presser)
and guarantee our work.
livery is promp)t. $
eing and clean your kid
Will take a few more
it $1.00 per month.
.~ Edens
J. T. Dillard, of Libertv route
3 was in town on business Mon
lay and dropp- -to th- ntws
paper office a plvasant
A. C. Gravley,.the liverviman,
is rushing his nice new d welling
house to completion. It is sit
uated just beyond the home of
Postmaster Morris.
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Miller, of
near Easley, were visiting rela
tives here this week. Mr. Miller,
tells us he is thinking seriously
ot going to California to make
his home.
Turkeys were high in Pickens
this week. Eight large moun
tain turkeys roosted high in the
hLqees by Lewis Copel's store
Tuesda t and all day
M. F. Williams, who lives orr
Easley route 2, was one of the
prominent visitors here last
week. He was accompanied by
his daughter, who is a most
successful school teacher.
T. A., Bowen, one of the
prominent young men of the
county and former farm dem
onstrator, is now with the
Heath-Bruce-Morrow Co. where
he will be glad to have his
friends call on him.
Frank McFall, the good and
accommodating assistant cash
ier of the Pickens Bank, with
his wife and two children, spent
Thanksgiving with Mrs. Mc
Fall's parents at Easley.
Miss Gussie Cureton spent
Thanksgiving with homefolks
in Pickens. Miss Gussie is the
efficient stenographer for Hobbs
Dry -Goods Co., of Greenville
and is alwa-s a welcome visitor
A Good Chr
We have taken the agency Ec
Ladies Home Journal, and wou
subscription for you. The pric
We also have the Post and Jo:
Pickens DrL
The Rex4
Head quartets tor Drugs, Si
Mr. and Mrs. Hulbert Edens
and child, Mildred formerly of
this- place but lately of CJlarks
ville, Ga., have moved back to
Pickens and are at present
boarding with Mr. and Mrs.I
W. M. Stansell.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Grandy~
have returned from an extended
visit to relatives in the lower
part of the state. They also
isited Charleston during the
big fair and report an unusually
pleasant time..
Dr. R. Earle Lewis tells us
that he is selling a great deal of
Cuta Creme, the famous p5rep
aration for chapped hands and
lips. Several customers3 have:
told him it is the best of its
kind they have ever used.
The Methodist conference
closed in Anderson Monday.
Rev. G. F. Kirby was returned
to Pickens for an>ther ye.ar.
Rev, R. H. Lupo was assigned
to North Pickens; E. L. Thom
ason to Norris circuit; R. G.
Vaughn to Liberty, and J, D.
Holler to Easley circuit.
Real Est
...Bought, S
The Linwood Land and Inves
business and anxious to be of b
If you wish to buy any real es
us help you. We will treat you
We also insure property.
Come and talk it over with us
Linwood Land an<
Officeat Kenwee
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications. as they cannot
reach the disea3ed vortion of the ea
Tbere is only one waY to cure deafness.
and that is by constitutional r--medies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When this tube is inflamed
you have a ru:nbling sound or imperfect
he-'rng, and when It is entirely closed.
Deafness Is the result. and unless the in
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition.
iearinr swil bq destroyed forever: nine
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
which is nothing but an Inflamed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces.
We vill give One Hundred Dollars for any case of
Deafness (caused by catarrh) thatcannotbe cured by
Ull' s Catarrh Cure. Send for circul&-s. ire.
F. J. CHENEY, & CO., Toledo, Oblo.
Sold by Druggsts." 5c.
Tke Hallamiy Fillsforcounsp&tUmo.
Mr. Jim Parsons of near Lib
erty was a visitor in Pickens
last week. He has recently
taken charge of the Newry
band in Oconee county, and
that band can count itself for
tunate in its selection of a
N. D. Parsons and family
have moved from the Moun
tain View section to the county
seat. They occupy the Hinkle
house recently vacated by J. C.
Alexander and family who now
o'c,pthe Tom Robinson house:
The nine 'Tar oid daughter
of Thomas Rar - of the Pick
ens Mill died Tuesi, morning
after a lingering illnes. The
little girl was nine years o
only last Sunday, and the be
reaved ones have tke sympa
thy of the community in their
The liberal Pickens Druz Co.
are now presenting to some one
of their customers a box of fine
cigars every Saturday night.
With each 5-cent purchase at
their tobacco counter you get a
numbered ticket, which entities
the holder to a chance at the
box of cigars. Dr. Hallum or
Dr. Jule 11oggs will tell you
about it.
Courting Blindness
s wLat -ou are doing when you neglect twteb
Ing, watery, bloodshot, ore eyes. Leoaadi's
Golden Eye Lotion cures nearly every eye diseas
Cool,beals and strengthens. Get "LeOnarda
It makes strong eyes
Guaranteed or money refunded. Druggists adl
t at 25cts, or forwarded prepaid on receipt of
price by S. B. Leonardi & Co.. Tampa. FIa
istmas Gift
r Saturday Evening Post and
Id bet pleased to senld your
e is $1 .50 each, strictly.
aral o:n s-le at our store.
ig Company
d Store
:ationery and Rexall Goods
The 'State of a recent date
contained a line-up of an all
star foot ball team selected by
an expert and supposed to bc
comprised of the best college
players in this state. In the
line-up appeared the names of
two Pickens county bovs-Bill
Folger (Citadel) Easley and
Casey Porter (U. of S. C.) Pick
ens. Folger was given the full
back position and Porter left
Messrs. W. M. Stansell and
Hubert Edens have just opened
a first class eating place in the
W. B. Freeman building here.
They are prepared to serve the
eating public and solicit your
patronage. They will be pleased
to have their friends call on
them. These same* gentlemen
have also opened a pressing club
in the second story of the Free
man building and will be glad
to do your clothes pressing.
They say they are willing to
dye for the ladies and only ask
a chance.
Want to buy a farm? Want
to sell a farm? See the Linwood
Land andInvestmenut Company,
'old and Rented
;tment Company is ready for
enefit to those who need our
tate, sell any, or rent any, lei
I Investmhe*Co.
Bank, Pickens
1 ,-'*
Dr. Porter, one of Pickens'
good physicians. was in Atlanta
this week on business.
P. P. Boggs of near Nim
mons spent Thanksgiving in
Greenville. He also spent two
days in Pickens with relatives
and friends.
Pickens now has a piano and
organ store. F. H. Trammell
has charge of the stock of musi
cal instruments which are a
part of the John H. Williams
stock of Greenville, insuring
the best.
Hon. C. H. Carpenter was in
Pickens last Monday talking to
visiting farmers about growing
better cotton. He is very anx
to secure some samples of good
cotton, either long or short
staple, which he will send to
government officials at Wash
ington. Of the s.imples he gets
he must know who raised it;
date sold, and price paid for it.
If our farmers will only co-oper -
ate with Mr. Carpenter and the
government they will soon be
getting a better price for their
cotton (short or long staple) than
au of other sections. The
governme is found out that
this section pro6 superior
grade of cotton and 'they are
trying to show this fact to the
big cotton men, and they must
have samples to prove it.
For Sale..
Four yoke young work oxen,
two head young horses, four ox
wagons, one two-horse wagon,
one buggy. These will go at a
bargain. J. G. Reid, Lake
Toxaway, N. C. 3
Notice of Sale
I will sell to the highest bid
der on Th*ursday the 12th day
of December next, one mule,
one mlch cow, tw o yearlings.
one horse wagon, lot of old bug
gies, old wagons, etc., W al
nut lumber, corn, fodder and
various other articles to num
erous to mention.
Terms of sale: All sums less
than ten dollars cash. Over
ten dollars, note with approved
security at 8 per cent interest
payable 1st day of November
John T. Lewis.
Lands for Sale or Rent.
,My Keowee farm of 1,000
acres for sale, as a whole or will
cut to suit purchaser, fine high
bottom and good upland, plenty
of timber, Purchaser can make
his own terms.
One thirteen acre lot with
new house house in the town of
Six Mile; also one other house
and lot in th'e town of Six Mile
both for sale or rent. Fine
school and church faoilities.
A portion of my Keowee farm
for rent. See J. Frank Stephens
at Six Mile or me at Central.
R. G. Gaines.
Donit. Pay
.$2.00 AND $2.50 for Mens H-ats when
we will sell you the same for 98c. Cam
pare our 1ina and you will give us your
trade. Sample line of all this season's
styles in the latest shades soft and stiff
NEW SI?ZMENT <.f Mens Pants,
guaran eed ~a wool filling, neat service
able patten.s worth $81.0. Our bar
gain price $1 43 pair.
SOME EXTRA values in mens rants
WuId',H i"S MiENS Hnalth Underware
the $1.00 kind, herc 3 ou buy it 75c gar
TO SLEEP warm you should try our
outing night shirts50Oc and Tic.
MENTS HEAVY fleece lined shirts
and drawers 50c garment.
BY EXPRESS we have just received
a new shipment of Ladies Cloaks.
bought for cash under value ,our cash
price S6.00 and $7 GO
SO'lE BIG values in cloaks $).00 to
COA T S T? -Sn,ple line mi all the
new m2ateria's. unusually attractive
styles at p)opuJlar prices in black. navys
and fancys, our prices are mouch lower
than you wvill find elsewher e. Give u.s
the pleasure of showing yru what we
can rave you on Coat Suits
FURS TtIE .Ew STYL.E at pop
ular Drices, a line of go.al furs which
our customer3 can2 buy1 with confidene.
Fur sets from $i.0; up. Don't buy furs
until you see our line.
50 PIECES OF 2s INCHI mercerizad
Chambray in solid, neat stripes, and
small checks, a nice nm iterial for hcuse
dresses, childrens wear ami m.an's shirts,
extra heavy and line 10c yard.
2000 YARDS MOSE of that yard wide
outing in short lengths, value 12 1-2c at
10c yard. light colors.
54 INCH Suiting dard colors 50c yd.
All wool $1.00~ value Broadcloth 54
inches at 85c yard.
LACE CUiRTAINS fresh fromn the
makers, nice values at .503 pair. Speci
al bargains at 75c and $ 1,00 pair. One
piece curtains, exceedingly handsomre
-nd attractive 75c window.
NEW Trunks and Suit Cases.
6 SPOOLS best six cord spool cotton
for 25c.
"Sells it For Cash."
114-116 S. MAIN STREET
Beginning P
Every piece o:,
solutely cost.
stock will be
Suites, Extra
Side Boards, S
kinds ot Chaii
in the Furni
cash, nothing
picked over.
The comedy, Al Martin's
Country Store, given by home
talent at the school house last
Tuesday evening, was an artis
tic and financial success. We
cannot mention the stars of the
cast as every performer was a
star. The audience enjoyed the
lay immensely. The pro
eeds of near fifty dollars went
o the new Methodist church.
eing able to possess all the art
stically designed ornaments
and the attractively fashioned
tilities in
ou would really like to own.!
Come here and select from
ur large and varied stock the.
rinkets you'd like and then ask
ur prices. You'll be surprised
ow many a little money will
Easley, $. O
For This ~
Every 81.00 Shirt in the s
All 50c shirts both work 2
The best Overall on earth'
All 10c Collars, men's and
"15c " " "
Remember, I sell the
linedl Underwear at 35c pe.
Every piece of cloth in ti
actual cost.
On Next Saturday I am Goini
Special Hat Sale. I will se]
in the store on that (late at
ALl other s
reltionled a]
Remember the pla
W . DR.
Wov. 20, Ending
L Furniture in the
Four solid car loa(
sold, consisting of
Dressers, Wash Si
ofas, Lounges, Roc]
s; in fact, anything
bure liin e. Terms
charged. Don't w
Come and get fi
(Prickly Ash,
Prompt P
Its beneficial ef-.
_iop fects are ui,ually
* Pct very qui.dy
rsitiv specific for Blood
Six room house on College
in. Price $1,500-00
122 acres fine farming land.
Price $50.00 per acre.
85 acres fine farming land t'
near Pickens railroad. Ten acr<
$50.00 per acre..
For terms apply to
for This
Week I am Going1
tore for 89c I am still se
b dress 39c Best patent F]
or 89c teed, at $
boys, for 8c Best Granulat
"i "1c 3 big Oranges
4 Boxes Searc
best fleece
Kerosene oil f<
- aet lbs. Eagle T]
10 store at Stick Candy 8
10 1l)s. Best Si
to have a California Peat
every hat JEvaporated A]
New York Tomat:oes 3-lb.
3 assalmnoi1
~oods inl the
bove at samt
ce, Main Street, next do<
i:sey. S. C.
F Dec.1)
house at ab
Is new Jresh
ands, Beds
iers and all
to be found
ot sale spot
Lit until it is
rst choice
)WC 0
Poke Root and Potassium)
owerful Permanent
stubborn case Good results are
6--ld to P. P. P. Listing-it cures
Fhen other medi- you to stay cured
ies are useless -
blood-cleanses the entire
~thens dIgestion and nerves.
Poison and skin diseases.
ps the Pain; ends Makaria;
lder. Thou.sands endorse it.
freel in city of Easley. Close
three miles below Easley.
o (2) miles above Easley,
s fine bottom- land. Price
Pickens, S.frQ
o0 Offer
ur, every sack guaran
5.25 bbl.
d Sugar 25 lbs. $ 1.40
for 5c
Light Matches for 10c 4
r 0c gallon
iistle Soda for 5c
owdrift Lard $1.10
lies 8!c lb.
)ples 71c lb.
can 9c
store not
r to Postoffice
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