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KEENKIfTER POCKET KNIFE FREE!
We are giving away absolutely free to every subscriber who pays one year in advance atnd to every new subscriber who pays one year in advance to The Sen tine], one Keen Kutter Pocket Knife. These kinives are made by the Siiions Hardware Co., and are their most famous bra nd-Keen Kutter-an d are guaranteed. This offer positively will not last, longer than October 31st. Come in and get a' Keen Kutter Pocket Knife free. ONE YEAR'S S"SCRIPTION FREE! To every person who brings or :sends in four new subscriptions to The Sen tinel, paid one year in advance, we will give absolutely free one year's sub.. scription to THE SENTINEL. This offer willnot last longer thanOct. 31. THE PICKENS SENTINEL COLD WEATHER-Stoves The Old Home Paper. Don't forget the place to buy your Stoves, Ranges, Heat orn and Grates. When the evenin sun is fallin' at Stoves that do cook fot $10.00 up. An' a feller rests from labor, smoki' at Ms pipe ' clay, lleater' that do ll('It for $3.00 up. There's nothin' does him So m1c0 good be fortiuuim up Sewin Machinesdown, Sewin Mac inesAs the little country P~aper froni is ol' himune town. We soll tho only Insinr(I so!wing Machine on the market. It ain't a thing of beauty, an' it's pint aift alwayq One that is guaranteed to give you satisfaction as longt as You clean, live. Ask at out store for the Fren Sewing Machine. But it straightens out his temper When a fller's feelin' mean: Turn Plows It takes the wrinkles off his facta hI,. IT tile Reniember the Wi. J. Oliver Turn Plow. See the Stan- frown, dard on this plow. When you break ono of these Standards That little country paper from hik 1 iton. through the Point Hole we will replaco them to you free of It tells of all the parties an' balls or.l'i',i'l charge. 'Bout who spent Sunday with whose ".il, I' how the S UT crops'lI grow. Disc Harrows Disc H rrowsAni' it keeps a feller posted 'bout -who's, up' an' whjoi We want every farmer to see the Walter A. Wood Disc down, Harrow before you buy. Why bed your-land with a single That little country paper from his o)' I, toxn. plow, when You can do the sane work with this liarrow? Now, I like to read the dailies an' I lie sory a ers. (), Figure tho time you save by using one of these harrows. An' at times the yaller novels -I' sonle otlir trash Roofingdon' RooingButwhon I want sonme read inl' t hat' I brush awaya All kinds of Roofing you can buy from us at $1.65 per frown, square up. I want that paper from my ol' home town. W ood Heaers-Al ~art i's oint 1 Store. Wood Heaers ___The__Od__Home Paper. We have a few WooW eaters that we are going to sell ' t at factory cost to you. If you are in the market for a Hetr A le r Clerk's Sale. Of this kind, see us at once. Tr M's oi doeAsh sE SAnte of hoit nuoioo n Iardw are and a noroceries r Sin of 172ut, n i pri ai'l Our Hardware, Tin and Grocery line is always complete. acres, six miles north of Pick- hiis t. flr'is f Eeeitrx et Come to us for your supplies. Bring those chickens and eggs ens. 1'wo horse farmn in culti- iii., ii:61i, 1ii. to us by the load. Our trade demands a large supply of this vation, balance in inne Pasture .of Ifa ll bSh kind of produce. and timber. About 12 acresI endit Remember the place, good branch bottoms. Two good 1 1) virttnei it tieriai o(ler in the houses-one 8-roo and one 3- fro hs tlu clot. bIy ljo. S. 'A. fl. room-on the place, with all 8hijjji, (tted A iil 2., 19'11. 1111d1 oil flle necessary outbuildings. Two (1ll Ite irk' otbeve, I'ickeim cUninlty. s. good wells at houses and four f I N ill s-11 til siliosiny in October, Pitn l~ f~ r & g oc r o springs near. Convenient to Pieknu1. , thlrlg l( 1(gtlor or io dot 10 R f IT G p :1. dtiri (,..'- theu Ietosflor ulg at0 tirade k bab', good school and church. wood sribed trtihw os ll, Iowth: WhA can't n'cTardoN Mt ep a0( nursery ut hts n a o i o.~~~Ta Tit, conr paperN fro ise ol'in home tvn il texn. nt o Nfruit; about 600 trees bearing. a to y in pe ('o, goAn atete tia Phiycroens n some Rttof ou cira kin oforgni______________________________________________________ For further information see on, tile smuih sidct of soiltl~.~hui, ie or write 3. H. Lollis, Pickens, regin'ing at a llisn X;IX:iN a it would be of untfo my o n' ho m own. our town and wou . C., Route . It rtin "nnnrf Sto 'r bal ronh i a f Wood eFive gallons gasoline $1 oo at bao The i th 5.vis( 6.60 to ine X3NIe, Hardwareic andt Grceie e t urnd s e n to ch ent e1 cat. o west 31.75 chs to grusive little city. t oeadbalreoupyfti h y c o ' 1 T . A ball rolling whichr river; thence down said river to the be ginning corner, containing sixty (60) acres rnore or less." ik n R a lo d C ' Terms: One-half cash on day of sale. the balance on a credit of one and two years in equal installments with interest on the credit portion from the day of TIME TABLE No 12. sale at seven per cent., the credit por tion to be secured by bond of the pur chaser and mortgage of the premises. In case the purchasers do not comply with the terms of sale within ten days, the land will be re-sold on the next sale day thereafter, all re-sales to be at the risk of the former purchaser, the pur chaser to pay for all papers and record ing of same. A. J. BOGGS, No. 1 NO. 3 NO. 5 NO. 2No. 4 No. 6 Clerk of Court. Mix'd Mix'd Mix'd STATIO S: Mix'd Mix'd Mix'd Order. A. M. A. M. P. M. Lv. Ar. A. M. P. M. P. M. State of South Carolina, In the Probate 7.30 11.00 3.15 PICKENS 9.10 1.50 4.35 County of Pickens. t Court. Mary F. C!ayton, individually and tip 7.35 11.05 3.20 *FERGUSON 9.05 1.45 4.30 Executor of the estate of 11. L. ("lay ton, deceased, Plaintiff, 7.45 11.15 3.30 *PARSONS. 8 1.35 4.20 vs. City National Bank of Greenville, et al., Defendants. 7.50 11.20 *ARIAI8 The Plaintiff herein having brought her action in this Court for the purpose of selling land in aid of assets, for mar- 7.55 11.55 3.40 *MAULDIN 8.45 1.25 4.10 shalling the assets of the estate, making a general accounting, and finally set ling the estate, and it appearing to this 8.oo 1.30 3.45 EASLEY 8.40 1.20 4.05 Court that all claimants against the es tate should be compolled to come into Ar. ____ this action and prove their claims, it is hereupon ordered and adjudged that all parties having any claims against or mtelrest in the estate of H. L. Clayton be and they hereby are required to file such claims duly proveu in this Court No, I Connects with Southern No. 42 on or before the first day of November, No. 3 connects with Southern No. 39 1913, and if any of sairl claims be con tested or any litigation arises from same, proper and convenient datms will be Let No. 3 connects with Southern No. 1 for the purpose of hearing such contest. It is ordered and adjudged that all No. 4 connects with Southern No. 12 claimants he and they hereby are en joined from prosecuting their actions or claims against the Executor in anyothor No. 5 connects with Southern No. 11 manner and in any other Court. Iet a copy of this Order be served upon each of the Defendants herein and lot the same ho published at least once each For any further information apply to week in a newspaper published in the County of Pickens ul1on to the flrst of' November, 1913. Sept. I 1913. J. IB. Newberry (Seal,) General Manager. Judge of Probate for Pickens County. Johnson, Nash & Daniel, Spartanburg, s. C. T. J. Mauldin, Pickens, S.'C. 9.18.6 Attorneys. For Sale. The Sentinel Is the BEST Adver" Seed Oats of the Hastings va ri3ty, from my prize acre of 925 M edi.. bush74s. Clean and pure. Price tising4.2 80 cents per bushel. 3-3 *ARIA 35 P.3k. 5 - 9-25-Nt Ralph Gwlstrapi uN