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Plant Crimson Clover
Also Alfalfa Clover
We Have Them
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLUM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
I say my Store is the Iace where
you can get more goods for less money
and my customers will tell you the
Yarl wide Sheeting, yard... :,c A @flete line of meSe and
Danville Plaids, yar<1........c Hats and Caps of the ver
Riverside and Southern Silk latest styles.
Cheviots, yard........... 9 full line of boys' Clothing,
All grades Dress Gingams, prices ranging from $1.25 to $7.
per yard, from ......... 9 to 12c A complete line of men's Clo
Heaviest weight Outings, thing: prices to suit the buyers.
per yard, from.......... tc to 91.. I now have the largest line of
Shoes 1 have eyer handled be
Silks from 25c to $1 yard. fore.
Ladis' Corsets fron 25c to $1. A complete line of Fresh Gro
U. :1. C. Shells, per box. 45c. series always on hand.
We carry in stock almost any
thing that trade demands.
We want your frying size Chickens, and fill nay you tin
pound up to :iOc per chicken, We pay 10c pound for hens and 30c a
dozen for eg;fso
A We HE of Frs GroICK
Winchester Shells, per bx,4.45c. thn h ti 4,11)fI tradeidemand.
WwatYorfynsize'11 Cikensa . an wailrlii ay youer 1c i.
poundnup to uer chiken We I p ea0 pounl f~ riens and 3u0c a
We 'Hav Many 184. iu ii Peple fit udyi coeoebakco
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*/ 8 Sunday in October," o ne lak o
wihtnlg n ht rat a e
"Red" 11ill of Cross Roads
was in town Monday.
Mt. (Jarniol school will opon
next Monday, Nov. 22. .
Born unto Jr. and Mrs. M. U.
Smith, Monday, a fine soin.
Pickens nwrchants can supply
all your household, family and
S. E. Brown of Easley route 6
was at the county seat on busi
ness one day last week.
The Lyceum attraction at the
school house Friday night pleas
ed a largo audience.
Gesrge H. Reeves and Paul
Herd of Liberty were in Pickens
on business Monday.
The winter term of Twelve
Mile school will begin Monday,
. ovenber 22.
Mrs. Charlie Bowen and son
Morgan are visiting relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lewis of
route 2 were shopping in Pickens
Miss Mae McFall has returned
from a two weeks' visit to Miss
Mattie Bearden in Spartanburg.
Ions. J P' Carey and A J.
Boggs spent the first part of the
week inl Atlanta on business.
The Pickens WV. C. T. U. will
meet 'Thursiiay afternoon with
Mrs. \. -. Mauldin.
lion't forget the Fant-1Dur
ham meetins at the school
house Sunday at 11, 4t and 7.30
The winter term of the Ha
ex'x school will begin Monday,
November ? . with Miss Mattie
Johnson as teacher.
Mirs. W. E. Nininlons of Keo
wee and Mrs. S. J. Craig of
Greenville visited the family of
R. A. Bowen inPickens last week.
A hitching post is reported
missing from in front of the
Baptist church. It was in place
when preaching was over Sun
Miss Mattie Finley entertain
3d the young ladies of Pickens
Saturday afternoon from 3 to 6
)'clock, in honor of her guest,
Miss Nora Smith, of Easley.
We would be glad if the gen
leman for whom we found a
air of eye glasses a few weeks
igo would call at The Sentinel
>fice as soon as convenient.
Mr'. and Mrs. V. A. Ferguson
>f near Bolton have returned to
heir home after a pleasant visit
o their daughter, Mr's. C. G.
iewis, of Pickens route 2.
Mr. and Mr's. B. O. Jones and
nother Mrs. R. L.Pfohl motored
rom Winston Salem, N. C.
ov. 11 to visit his sister, Mrs.
?'. R. Moon. Mr. Jones being a
rative of this state his many
'riends were glad to wvelcome
urm back again.
The Pickens chapter U. D. C.
,vill conduct a bazaar in the
Elolhngsworth buiilding Wednes
lay, Nov. 24, and1 everybodIy is
nvited to patronize it. Dinnie'
md~ lunches will be servedl at
'easonable prices andl fancy work
will be on sale.
Cholera has broken, ont among
rogs in some parts of Pickens
souinty and~ it has been b~roughl-t
to thef attenltion of FParin rem
nstration A gent Boweni that
some of the hogs which died
From cholera have niot been buer
Ead. He asks ns to .state thait it
is a violation of the law to leave
unIyuried any animal which has
riled from at contaginis d1iseasle
andl In order to. keep diseases~
fromr spreading hie will proseente
anyone who violates this law.
A protr'acted mneeting( boea
at the PickensJ PIr'esbyterian
church Monday nigh t. Her'vices
are being held each day at I I
o'clocck in the mrorniing anld7.30
at night Pasteor .1. C. Halley
1s dloing the preachimg, which
means that the sermons will be
good,-and Mr. J. S. Robinson of
Seneca Is assistIng In the song
service and( personal work.
Everybody has a cordial Invita
tion to attend all services.
Miss Nannie May .Jones, a
student at the G. W. c. and a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emory
Jones of the Cross Roads section,
was knocl ed down b~y a horse
being rec poly dri ven in Green
ville Sun , while she was on
her way to church. She 'was
badly bruised but not seriously
hurt. Tihe man who was di'v
ing the horse was arriested and
fined $7.50 for being druk and
$60 for reckless driving.
I. F.1 Fanrmer'.onid of! the coun
ty's largest plantere, was at the
county seat on business one day
Plckens towNship singing con
vention will moot with the Pick
ens mill church the fourth Sun
day afternoon at2 o'clock. Ev
erybody cordially invited.
Mrs.J. P.Carey, Jr., and little
daughter Catherine have return
3d from Beaufort, where they
visited for several weeks. Mr.
Carey wont down Sunday and
accompanied thorn home Wed
George Blake, a peacable col
ored citizen of Easley route 1,
was in Pickens Monday, He
came to The Sentinel office and
paid up his subscription which
expired that day.
There is renewed activity in
real estate circles around Pick
ens and the Linwood Land and
Investment Co. has an adver
tisement in this issue which will
be of interest to many.
The auction sale of mules and
horses conducted at Bailey Rob
inson's stables in Pickens Satur
d(ay by Georgel)ouglas of Green -
vyle was attended by a large
crowd. Twenty-eight horses
and mules were in the lot and
twenty-one of them were sold,
bringing good prices.
The South Carolina Wesleyan
Methodist Conference will con
vene in annual sessson with the
Wesleyan church in Easley on
Nov. 16 to 21. Public is cordially
invited. It is expected that a
large number of delegates and
ministers of this denomination
will be in attendance.
Next Sunday will be Rev. L.
E. Wiggins' last Sunday in
Pickens before, conference. A
large congregation should turn
out at the Methodist church
that day. The people of Pick
ens trust that Mr. Wiggins will
be returned here.
At the next regular preaching
service at the Baptist church
there will be a roll call of the
members and every member
who possibly can is expected to
be present. At the same time
some matters of vital importance
to the church will. be attended
According to the government
report 8,257 bales of this season's
cotton had been ginned in Pick
ens county up to November 1.
At the same time last year 11,
521 hales had been ginned. In
the entire state 771,7'23 h ave been
rinned this year, against 910,
558 bales at the same time last
That~ p)opular firm ,the P ickens
Hardware and Grocery Co., is
branching out and have added a
line of wagons to their stock.
They received their first carload
last week, and have made addi
tions to their warehouse to store
them. This company has also
put up a lot of good hitching
posts in the rear of their store
lot and invite all farmers to use
them when in town.
Married, at the home of Mrs.
I)ella P'orter on November 14,
Mr. W. it. Massingale and Mrs.
fhdlla Porter, both of Pickenis
county. Mrs. Porter is the wvid
ow of the late Fr'iank Porter and
Mr, Massingale is a practical and
progress4ivye farmer, being fore
tr~tan of A. M. Morris' place near
Picken~s. A fter the ceremon y
the bride(, groorn and iznests
drove 1to Mr. Mainlfgale's home,
w here at niiimptuious repast was
awaiting themi. M. J4. IQeter in
his usual. wai y perermned the c('r
ThIe l inivrsity ofi VirJginia~
dlefeated( heO U Jni verslty of Sonth
(Caroliuna l'd to () In their annual
fooftbll game phi vedl at Colum
bla Hatulrdlay. I n speaking of
the game the Columbia State
says: "William Folger, one of
the best backs this state has over
plroduced, played the game of his
life. On the offensive and on the
diefense) alike he was a terror to
Virginia. With Buck Mayer
and Edldie Anderson playing at
the halves for' the visitors, and
both of them recognizedl stars,
Fiolger did not have an easy task
to be0 the feature of the day's
entertainment. But by wonder
ful tackling, brilliant running
and all-round real football work,
the lad from Pick'ens county
shone above the heads of the
others, and last night was the
topic of conversation oni Colum
bia's streets. One enthusiastic
Carolina alu mn us suggestedl that
a monument he erectedl to Vol
ger' on thn universitv camnus''
NA0 ' r p1, -A ~ '~ tl Y . _ CI. +- ' .
According to agreement of the
stockholders of the firm of Heath
Bruce-Morrow Co., the firm will, on
January 1, undergo a reorganization,
and owing to a change' in the'business
it will be necessary to collect all the
notes and accounts due the old firm
within the next thirty to forty days,
and we trust all our friends and custo
mers will come in at once and make
settlement of their notes and accounts
to Mr. W. A. Merritt, who has charge
of all notes and accounts for collection.
We also wish'to announce that we
have on hand a large stock of Buggies,.
Wagons and Farm Implements that we
will sell at greatly reduced prices, and
we are in a position to name you easy
terms on same.
PICKENS, S. C.
" Furniture Talk
We have just added to our stock of Furniture
another Solid Car Load and everything is ready for
your inspection. It will be a pleasure for us to show
you through whether you are ready to buy or not.
Investing in good furniture is almost like investing
in real estate. It is something you can use a lifetime
and then be handed down to your children or .sold at
your sale and the proceeds be divided between your
*.heirs. You can't please your wife and your daughter
better than by placing some good furniture in your
home. Think of how you spend your money and you 9
Smight fhnd that some of the money you are spending*
:could be more profitably spent in profitable merchan
:dise. That sideboard your wife has talked about so
~long; a good time to buy. We have them $1 7.50 to
Dining Tables $7.oo to $[7.5o.
X Dining Chairs $1.00 to $2.50.
v Hall Trees $10.00 to 8i.5-0o0-3
4. Lounges $1 2.50 to $18.50.
Center Tables 1.oo to $55.
.. Baby Cradles $1-50. --~
Baby Carriages $6-50 to si i.50...
.. Children's Rockers 75 to $2,50.
Children's High Chairs 75c to $1 .50. 1
Kitchen Safes $4.00 to si 1.oo.
Kithe Tble vryngin p~rice according to size. .
Bed Room Suite $i 5.00 to $65-oo. -3
-- ressers $6.oo to $20.00.
Wash Stands $4.00 to $10.oo..3
Rocking Chairs $2.00 tO $6-50.
:: Iron Beds $3.50 to $' 1.50.
Sads Sprngs, Mattresses, Single I3edls, Cots, Cot
Remember, we buy Furniture in solid car lots,
the ef r we gr t ter re, l0ver freight rates,
dlition as it was when it left the factory. go cn
Come t o seu. Wec appreciate your trade andI
CRAIG BROS. CO., Pickens :1
PICK ENS B ANK.
IPICKENS, S. C.
Capital & Surplus $60,000
Interest Paid on Deposits
J. AlecD. H Im iUI,1'.NKMc1T
Prepsidenit FRAK McAL