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C. D St radley
and CO.sreenvlle, -. C.
All Kinds of Fancy Baskets-Big Stock of
Casseroles, Fancy aad Plain.
An immense stock of Dolls, 2,000 yards Dnnean Mills
Doll Carriages and PAST COLORS Madras
Other Toys. Shirting, 34 and 36 inches
wide .................. 20cT
The best stock of
hKid Gloves Gingham, all colors,
ol the market $1.25 to$2.50 for ...............12J and 15c
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Now is the time to buy your Rugs. 200 felt indestruct
ible Rugs, assorted colors. We want to close out and
they are going at a bargain.
27 x 54 ......... ...........$1.50 27 x 72 .....................$1.75
29 x 54 ..................... 1.65 36 x 72 ..................... 2.00
Suits: Wooltex Suits and Coats. Printzers Suits and
* Coats. Sport Coats and Sweaters.
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SU WiL3RE -CCLIL1g lC
Anderson Phosphate and Oil Co.
Offer the Following Prizes
Sowing wheat this fall who use the Anderson "Fish and
Blood" goods when sowing and Anderson Phosphate and
Oil Co's top dressing and soda next spring.
For the best five acres of wheat.............. $100
For the second best five acres of wheat.................... 75
For the third best five acres of wheat...................... 60
For the fourth best five acres of wheat.................. 50
For the best three acres of wheat................... ......... 50
For the best one acre in wheat.......... ..................... 25
Mr. S. M. Byars, County Demonstration Akent, will
name a committee in due time to award the prizes. All
you will have to do to get the prize is to make the yield.
Raising wheat and oats successfully is largely a matter
of preparation and fertilization when grain is sown.
If the next wheat crop should be short flour would
make another advance.
Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co.
W. F. FARMER, Secretary.
M. C'. SMiPITH ANDI)JNO. C. CAREY, Awts, Pickens
Winter Is Coming!
Prepare for it by buying a ntice
heating stove from us. Our assort
ment is complete.
* We also have a nice line of Oil
Heaters, Cook Stoves and Ranges.
Prices are right. Come to us for
your Hardware wants.
Table Rock St., Easley, S. C. Phone 68
Christmas Gifts. No junk, and
nothing carried over from last
year. Come to see us.
R. E. Lewis, Ph. G., Prop.
Wolf Creek school will begin Its win
ter term November 27.
Note change of Hobbs-Herderson Co.
advertisement this week.
Born, November 18, to Mr. and Mrs.
L. D. Gravley, a daughter.
We enjoyed a visit by J. D. Nations
a good farmer of Liberty route 3, Mon
D. L. Kay and son, Perry, of the Six
Mile section, were in town on business
The Town Creek school will open
Monday, November 27, with Prof. Earle
Keith in charge.
Hagood school will begin its winter
term November 27, instead of November
20, as stated last week.
Mrs. S. F. Curtis has returned to her
home in Pickens, after a pleasant visit
to her sister near Easley.
Miss Josie Chastain, popular sales
lady at Hobbs-Henerson Co., spent Sun
day with homefolks at Oolenoy.
Luke Earle says people -n calling for
his new kidney and liver ' .nedy right
along and its results are mt. satisfying.
W. S. Gantt, genial magistrate of
Hurricane township, was among the
many business visitors at Pickens Mon
We notice by the Sylvan Valley News
that a half a million dollar tannery and
belt factory will be built at Brevard in
the near future.
Twelve Mile school will begin the
winter session Monday, November 27,
with Miss Clara Hughes of Switzer, S.
C., as teacher.
The Methodist missionary society will
holA its regular monthly meeting at the
home of Mrs. Gary liott next 14riday
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Miss Bessie Robertson entertained the
junior embroidery club last Saturday
afternoon. During the social hour a
sweet coarse, followed by salted nuts,
Contributed: Wilson has thecountry
when it comes to straightforward poh-I
tics, but C. D. Stradley & Co., Green -I
ville, has the merchandise when it comes
to good values.
While in town Saturday S. J. Bolding
of near here had the misfortune to lose
a twenty-dollar bill. He is offering a
reward of five dollars if it is returned
to The Sentinel office.
B. D. Mauldin, formerly a good citi
zen of Pickens county but now one of
Oconee's best, was here on business
this week. His friends on this side are
always glad to see him.
D. H. Cassell, one of our old Confed
erate veterans who lives in the upper
part of the county, was at the county
seat on business Monday and paid The
Sentinel office a pleasant visit.
Married, at the residence of the of
ficiating officer November 19, near Ca
teechee, Mr. Manning Burgess to Miss
Nora Herd, J. Alonzo Brown, N. P., at
the throttle. Many congratulations.
The Christmas Gift suggestions and
how to make them should prove of
special interest to our lady readers.
Some of them appear in the paper today
and others will appear between now and
Clerk of Court Boggs requests us to
ask all who have papers in his office to
come in and get same before January 1,
1916, as he wants all papers in the own
ers' hands when he turns the office over
to his successor.
A delightful meetingof the W.C.T.U.
was held'at the home of Mrs. C. E.
Robinson last Thursday afternoon. Rev.
J. C. Bailey conducted the devotional
exercises, which were much enjoyed.
The hostess served refreshments.
The ladies of the Methodist church
will have a bazaar and serve dinner on
Friday, the 8th of December, in the
vacant storeroom next to B. F. Parsons'
store. They will have articles suitable
for Christmas presents and a variety of
refreshments, all of which they will sell
The churchets of Pickens can boast of
having the best pastors of any town its
size in the state. Our people do riot
appreciate them as highly as they ought.
The sermons of Rev. J. C. Bailey dur
ing the protracted meeting last week at
the Presbyterian church were among
the best we have ever heard.
Prof. W. H. Hand, state High School
inspector, will make an educational ad
dress at the Pickens school auditorium,
Thursdiay evening, 23rd. at 7:30. Prof.
Hand is an interesting speaker and a
treat is in store for all who hear him.
He will discuss the needs and condition
of our school. Everybody invited.
Last Thursday I had the pleasure of
hearing Sov. W. A. Fraser, the hi ghest
official in the order of the W.O0. W.,o of
Omaha, Neb. He spoke to a great
throng of people from the steps of the
court house at Spartanburg. Th is order
is doing a great work and should be
encouraged by our people. -D. W. H.
T. T. Hughes of near Greenville was
in Pickens on business Monday. Mr.
~Hughes is a native of Pickens county
and moved from the Peters Creek sec
tion to Greenville county about thirteeri
years ago. He now owns a fine farm
near the city of Greenville and is one of
the prosperous farmers of that county,
making his own feedstuff and raising
cotton as a surplus crop.
Wyatt Jennings, who has been ir
Raleigh, N. C., for the past year oi
two, is on an extended visit to his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jennings, ir
Pickens. Wyatt recently bad the mis.
fortune to make a misstep and sprair
his ankle and is now forced to use
crutches when walking. .He has man3
friends In Pickens who are glad to have
him back and who hope his ankle will
soon ho o. k. again.*
You don't have to ride thE
Pertection Plows to keep thent
in the ground and they nevet
choke up. Sold by Pickenw
Slip a few P
smokes into .
smoke your fitl
it proves out el
Prince Albert hi
prefer to give qual
There's sport smol
your own, but yo" .
to have the iright t(
Prince Albert will 1
open for you to com
firing up every little
Kidney and Liver Ramedy
For the relief of all kid
ney and bladder troubles
Price $1 per Bottle
L. L. EARLE, Pickens, S C.
i M. L. S
The Place tc
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B Before buyir
M and Boys' C
9 and Shoes, co
n We are showinga
3: ready-to-wear, men's
n: complete stocif of sh4
3: bargains below:
One lot of Norwich Dress
M One lot of fast color Ap
M good patterns, regular 8 1.
g cial, 6c yard.
M( One big lot of Solid Co
M regular 10 and 12 1-2c vs
S8 1-3c yard.
n One big lot 36-inch Blei
10lc seller. Special, 6 1-2c.
Be sure to visit our si
big array c
~M. L. S
iard -many an-earful ab6ut the P
cess that 9t out bite and pare
without :tomebackI 'Stake yoa
rery hour of the day.
s always beek sold
or premiums. We
king a pipe or ,rolling
know that you've got
obacco I We tell you
yang the doors wide '
e in on a good time
so often, without a
regret! You'll feel 11
has been wasted and y
back up for a fresh start
You swing on this say-s
thousand-dollar bill I it
'ness and contentment t<
~ old* of th
~ ~k rod tin
Sale of Real Estate
By virtue of a power of attorney
iven me by William Evatt, mortgagor,
will sell at public auction, before the
court house door at Pickens, S. C., on
Salesday in December, 1916 (being De
cember 4), all that piece or parcel of.'
land near the city of Pickens and near
the Liberty road, containing four acres,
more or less, on which the said William
Evatt now lives. Terms of sale cash,
and if not complied with in one hour to
be resold at the risk of the former pur
chaser. T. D. HARRIS,
80 Attorney and Mortgagee.
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EASLEY, S. C
Do Your Fall and Wit1
And Save Many Dollars,
Is of Dollat
dise to Be Sold at
hirty-Five Per Ceii
ig your Winter Dry
lothing, Ladies' R(
me to the store that
nid save many dollax
i large assortment of dry g
and boys' clothing, as well a
ses in Pickens county. We
Ginghams, 5c One lot 8 1-3
ron Gingham, We are shn
c value. Spe- Coatsuits at $1
ored Outings, . Long Coats.]
lues. Special, Our Shoe De
itself. We ki
Lchlg, a good' or more on ev
- winter shoes b
ore and investigate our pri
f bargains we have in all de
UL LIV A1\
EY, SOUTH CAlaO
h and lets you
ir bank roll that
1 national joy smoke
ke 'your smoke past
vill be sorry you cannot
like it was a tip to a
s worth that in happi
you, to every man
oWs what can be
Dut of a chummy
pipe or a makin's
LDSTOBACCOCO. .' red tin, and In
-Sate.. N. C. fact, every Prince
rverse N.Albert package, has
Irre Uy a real message-to-you
atidy on Its reverse side. You'll
read:u Proces Patented
July 311th, -i?" ht mean"
that the nited States Govern
mneat has granted a Patent on the
process by which Prince Albert in
made. And by which tongue bite and
throat parch are cut out I Every.
where tobacco Is sold you'llfind
Prince Albert awaiting you
In toppy red bags, 5c:. tidy
red tins, 1Oc; handsome
tin humidors and In
that clever crystal.
glass humidor, with
sponge .. molsecner
top, that keeps the
tobacco In such
The Rhode Island Reds of E. H.
Craig of Pickens were the principal
winners at the recent poultry show at
Greenville, winning the following places:
1st and 4th places on cocks; 1st, 4th and
5th on cockerels; 3rd on hen, 3rd and
5th on pullets and second on pen. This
was the best showing made among many
entries and with the showing of Mr.
Craig's chickens at the state fair shows
that the Pickens county chickens are as
good as the best anywhere.
a Saving of
sells for cash
oods, notions, ladies' )N
~s the largest and most n
mention a few ofeour
e Sheeting. Special, 5c yd
wing a fine line of Ladies'
0, $12.50 and $16.50.
3tock of Ladies' Sport and
P~rices ranging from $3.50 up
spartment is a store within
1ow we can save you 50c
ery pair. D)on't buy your
efore loeking at ours. -
Ices and look over the