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the whole family. Below For Children-Boys' W Erector Sets, Air Guns, Rif Flashlights, Pocket Knive For Ladies--Silverware, 8118, Scissors, Manicure Setc Electric Irons. For Men-Razors, Poc Tools, Flashlights, Rayo L BARR Phone 68. Look For th ~.( Thank I for 'Liberal Exter During th and F A Continuan o .W40HE PICK * This IIlIse of Be n Iounce.~s i ts read ineC with the highest vice Garmenits for * .Men thmt the coun - The Becst Makers Choice H-aberdash here. -The Best at Any 11 Your consideratioi Strictlyiine Price if anything goes wv SSlMITH & BRI Try An Advertise BosoTA Mi [ JOST MAKE ANOiSE &. ABONE-, THEM4 Wlit TERS COMES 007V, I'LL SflooT H iM V' THIS STU SGoods! )n of goods suitable as gifts for we sugges a few articles: avons, Hand Cars, Toy Pistols, [es, Safety Crackers, Velocipedes, Stoves, Ranges, Cooking Uten , Lamps, Percolators, Oil Stoves, et Knives, Guns, Ammunition, Emps. ;s Before You Buy BROS. e Big Saw Sign Easley, S. C. ish to ;he Public their Patronage ided me e Past Year! lope for 2e of the Same ND RICKS u ENS R4 tter. Clothe now )\ an s5 to serve its lntlrons Tl(c Ready-lor Ser Aln B ioys an 1stl try pr'oduIces. Hatsandthe ms (cry cani also b)e found rice. is earnestly solicited1. and~ your money back ronig. GREENVILLE * STO , Soth Carolina ment in The Sentinel sCMIIvWs MoNK. IT'oucir I HOGWALL DUNK BOf TOBE MOSELEY was among those present at a magic lan - tern show at the school house in the Calt Ribs neighborhood Saturday night and sat in the Amen corner. Sickness has about died out in this community.I Nothing is something that will never be anything else. The Tickville jail was closed Monday on account of Christ mas. While business is so dull, Doc Hocks, our tonsorial artist, has been endeavoring to induce Tobe Mosely to have his whiskers cut off. Tobe Moseley has been hauling dirt and putting it in the bottom of his pond this week in order to make the water rise high enough for his geese to swim. Slim Pickens says a fishing worm does not amount to much, and could never catch a fish if it did not have the fishing hook to give it some back bone. Ellick Hellwanger has sway> ped for a new. pistol, and it is believed that he is preparing to shoot a man as soon as he can get his witnesses together. The Hog Ford Still House has been closed for repairs. The contract for the improvements was let to Ellick Hellwanger, as he is the -one that tore it up. The editor of the Ticlville Tidings was in Hogwallow this week for the first time. Every body expected to see a smarter looking man than they did. THE PICKEN With the "ALL WINTEI Biggest, Be Otjno I1-PPR Our pape the Local, C portant.Stat< W1Veekl ar -- -has the wvori ~ "The Progr< AMR tih. South's Ilead weekly, of wvhicl ,~ ~ "- ~n can tell by a in She rends it or no U ers' Business Bo s sudby the : er and is a simplh 2ng farm accouna I. ~ card-board cover, "Today's" M1 - ly containing c] da much good readu, fly, while "T1 - monthly, w'ill be fto all and help daughters. The Grapevii Varieties select growing. The total value of a year's x subscription for our paper , and a year each for the other' p~ublications of the ",ALL WINTER READING" Club, together with the Farmers' Busies Bookc and the Grapevine. is 12 than four dollars. "The Progressive Farmer" stands back of scriptions one year eacli to all the pullgications es ers' Business Book and the four grapevines. We offer as every publication named is clean, interc Book and the Grapevines will prove valuable to: FILL IN AND MAIL, SEND 01 I accept the "ALL WINTER I N ame Address___________ Route -....State- __A Sends 11 $2.5 OW NEWS PvS, Editor. Staying with a thing maev tend to make somethink out 11 th t thing, but Mrs. IId.i' does not believe as . has remained with 6n now for go ing on thirty yeats. The protracted meeting at the Dog Hill church has wrought a wonderful change in this com munity. A movement has been started to stop Gandercreek from running on the Sabbath. Miss Rosyola Moseley came to the postoffico yesterday expect ing a letter, and was so disap pointed at not getting one that she let-her mule go in a slow walk all the way home. Little Fiddity Flinders got hold of Mrs..Isaac Hel.lwanger's hat the other day at church and devoured several bunches of ar tificial cherries. The horse doc tor says Fiddity will recover. The Horse Doctor of the Calf Ribs neighborhood was called to Musket Ridge Wednesday night to see Frisbv Hancock. Upon examination he found that he had a sliszht touch of lumbago and about 90 cents in change. nihe corners of the foundation un(ler the Hou Ford church are missing, and Columbus Allsop and Atlas Peck. two pillars of the church, have been appointed a coin mmittee to hold u p the build iig until the foundation can be replaced. The colgreain of the HLog. Ford clutrch was thiown into a spell of nervpus excitement last Sundiay morning thromdlh the care lessiess of the preacher. D~uig the sermon a fly lit on S SENTINEL t READING" Club is our st'Bargain. L' contains allT ounty and nn. news. "The ns City Star" ci, nd general 4 ssv Farmer" a ing Agricultural I it is said. "you n's farmi whether FRES t." "The Farm-. UIESBO >k'and Almanac" LNA rogressive Farm Ired form for keep s. Forty Fages, gazflle 1s anmontli enn storie and ~for all the fern Housewife," a found interestng rul to wife and eOs are of four ~d for Southern Our price for this Biggest, Best Bargain is given in last line of th~is announce nment. All acceptances are to be Bent to our office and inldsone year's renewal or new subscription to our paper, his remarkablo offer and will 6UDptig the sub cept our own and will also sond you the Farm. recommend your immediato acceptance of this sting and useful; while the Farmers: Busintess 4 BRING THIS FORM TO US (EADING" Club ofder: mount $ Date_____ 11 for tise Club Dr. C. N. WyattAn Dr. Charlie N. Wyatt died at his home fn Easley Wadhesday morning, December 27, at 10 D'clock. Dr. Wyatt was one of the best and most prominent physicians in this section of the state and the news of his death will bring sorrow to many. - He had been in declining health for a year or two, but bad been con fined to his home only a few months. He is survived by his wife and five children. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. the preacher's nose and the con gregation expected any minute to see him shoo it off, but he neglected to do so, and very soon the crowd rose up in a fit of nervousnes3 and the preacher was not allowed to continue un til tho fly had moved. Additional Marriages Married, by Rev. J. M. Stew art, at his residence, December 24, 1916, Mr. Henry Bates to Miss Essie Brazeale, all of Pick ens, S.C. .Married, by Rev, J. M. Stew art, at his residence, December 16, 1916, Mr. Bryan Slayton to Miss Bertha Gilstrap, all of Pick. ens county. Married, by J. B. Newberry, P. J., at his residence, December 24, 1916, Miss Ola Sanders of Liberty and Joseph RHolcombe of Salem, S. C. Married, by Rey. J.. M. Stew art, at his residence, December 24, 1916, Mr. Frank Ray Lynch to Miss May Gillespie, all of Pickens county. Married, at the residence of J. M. Carpenter in Anderson coun ty, December 26, Mr. J. Valasco Tripp to Miss Willie May Wyat., Rev. D. W. Hiott officiating. Married, by Rev. J. M. Stew art, at the home ot the bride's parents, Mr. Andrew Parrott, December 17, 1917, Mr. Willie Cates to Miss Velmer Parrott, all of Pickens county. Married. on December 21, at the residence of the bride's moth er, Mrs. Mary Jane Foster, Mr. Jim Phillips and Miss Ida Fort ner, of the Pleasant Grove sec tion. Rey: J.E, Foster officiate(d. Married, on December 24, at the residence of John Ellenburg, Miss Josie Masters and Mr. 1-In ry Burgess. Aiso On t he sa me dlay alt the homie of the br'ide's father Tlom For'tner, M iss Essi Fi'rner an 11( Tc. ( trover P a'e, all of t he Plenio:mt Gi;Crove se-' I ion. - ev . J . l'. h'oster oflicialted. Montvale Supper Success A It hou g the roads were rotugh, and~ thle weather c'old, the box supper at Monitvale Iast week was well attended by the pupils, f riend1s a nd( pa tronts of the school, who cont ribu11ted. genierousl y. A hune spirit prevailed andl thie or der was excellent. The11 boxes andl contests neCtted1 .50.25. The profits wvill be0 used1 for the bene fit of the school. The school wvishes to thank all wvho helped. 77th Anniversary Wednesday, December 20th, was the 77th anniversary of the birthday of one of Pickens coun ty's brayest Confederate vet erans, James H. Porter, who lives near Porter's Chapel. All the children could not attend the celebration but t hose that did' enjoyed a good dinner prepared b~y the good wife and mother. Mr'. Porter is hale andl hearty at seventy seven. B. Lewis, who has been critically ill at his home in Eas 1ey, is reported some better to day. OVERSTOCKED Ona few staples, such as Sugar, Coffee, Lard, Flour and Feed. Will make special prices on the above fill Januarzy 1. Car' Cotton Seed Meal, car of Shorts, car' of. Feed Oats, car of Sweet Feed and a car of H-ay, and anofther' car of' Salt, on the way. C.olu~e ini and see if we have got w"hat von want, or call Phone No. 36;. Morris & Company, Old Postoffice Building. Phone No. 36 1 M 16~ 90 (Compla ~ ed) Ststte of South Car61Ita County of Pickens. [n Common Pleas Couirt. W. H..Chastain, Plaintiff, against R.. H. Johnston, Defendant. ro the Defendant, R. E. Johrston You. are, .hereby summoned and juired.to afthWer the complaint in thl iction, of which a copy was filed in-thb , ffiee of the Clerk of Court of a4 :ounty on December 21, 1916, and seory a copy of.yout answer to said complaint, yn the subscribers -at their office at Pickens, South Carolina, within twent;y ays after the service hereof, exclusive f the day of such service; and if you Fail to answer the complaint within the ime aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action mill apply to the court for the relief % lemanded in the complaint., Date Dec. 21, A. D., 1916. (Seal) A. J. EOGGS, Clerk- of Court. CAREY & CAREY, 39 Plaintiff's Attorneys. Citation state of South Carolina, County of Pickens. BY J. B. Newbery, Probate Judged Whereas, Mrs. E. E. Burgess and J.R. Burgess made suit to mie to grant theyn letters of administration of the estate and effects of W. H. Burgess. These are, therefore, to cite and ad. ,monish all and singular the kindred and .reditors of the said W. H. Burges?, leceased, that- thQy be and appear bo Fore me, in the court of Probate, to be ield at Pickens, S. C., on the 12th )f January, 1917, next after publicati iereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,tW ihow cause, if any they have,- why said tdministration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal this .0th day of January, Anno Domini, 1917. J. B. NEWBEiY, (Seal) 35 J. P. P. C. qotice of Final Settlement and Discharx' Notice is hereby given that I will nake application to J. B. Newberry, 3sq,, Judge of Probate for Pickens :ounty, in the stateof South Carolina, )m the 25th day of January, 1917, at L1 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon ;hereafter as said application can be icard, for leave to make final settle nent of the estate of John Mc Smith, de :eased, and obtain discharge as adinin stratrix of said estate. MRs. E. E. SMITH, 37 Administratrix. %otice of Final Settlement and Discharge Notice is hereby given that I will mnake applicution to J. B. Newberry, [Csq., Judge of Probate for Pickens ::ounty, in the State of South Carolina, :n the 26th day of January, 1917, at 11 )'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there akfter as said application can be heard, for leave to make final settlement of the estate of Larkin Hughes, deceased, and obtain discharge as executom of said estate. T. J. MAUIDIN, 37 Executor. Sale of Land I will sell at Pickens Court House, Salesday in lnuary, 1917, between the legal hours of sale', the tract of land lymng about one mile from Pickens thgaC belongs to the estate of P. A. Porter, dleceasedl, containing sixty-seven (67) acres, more or less. Tler'ms. cash.I .3JAMis Pon''itn, E~xecutor. Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge Notice is hereby given that we wvill nmake appl ication to .1. B. Newb~ery, lwsq. , J1udge of Prmobate for P'ickens ('oun)ty, in the sti ate of. South C arol ina, (3m the l yth daliy o1lf nuary, 1917, at 11 [)'Vclc in the tor'enoon, or' as soon the rea lter' as said appl ica tion can ho he'arid, f or leave to make final settle ment of the estate of S. 1". Robinson, decensed,.and1( olbnin dtischlarge asi ex - eeuitor's of' said estate. .1. M.RoIsN Sheriff's Sale State of South~ Car'ollna, County or Pickens. In Court of Common Picas. Hattie Willis, et al , Plaintifl's, vs. J. A. Rtampey, et al., D~efendants. By viirtue of a decretal order in the above-stated case, signed by His H-onor, T.. J., Mauldin, Judge of the Thirteenth circuit, at chambers in Pickens; S. C., dated December 2, 1916, and on file in the clerk's office of Pickens county, I will sell to the highest bidder, at Pick ens C. H., on .SALESDAY IN JANUARY, 1917, the following described real estate, to wit: All that piece, parcel or tract of land lying and being in the county and state aforesaid, Hurricane township, contain ing twentyfour acres, more or less, bounded bylands now or formerly owned by J.M. Childress,. J. M. Nations and othere, and being the real estate owned by Riley F. Porter at the time of his death. Termis, cash. Purchasers to pay for all papers and for recording the same.,. R. R. ROARK, Sheriff P'. C. Auditor's Notice Pickens, S. C., Dec. 21, 1916. The offilce of the county auditor will be open from the 1st clay of .January, 1917and will remain open until F'ebruary 20, 1917, .foi' the purpose of taking re turns 'for the fiscal year 1917. A fter that date fifty per-cent penalty wvill be0 added on all personal property not listed in the specified time pr1tscrIibedl by law. TPhe dulties of the( ollfice will demand my whole time 'as I wvill vacate( in Feb ruary. So I wvill not be able to make the usunal rounds for the purpose050of tak ing reCturn's dluring my stay in office. Rtespectf'ully, N. A. Chiwr'oi'ua, ________County Auditor. I have some special bargains i p my store, Come in and see th em. U. F. Parsons, Pickens.