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25c Rexal Tooth Paste, 2 for 260 2
50c Harmony Shampoo, 2 for 61c 2
$1 Celery and Iron Tonic, 2 $1.01 e
35c Stalwart Stationery, 2 for 36c 7
25c Ko-Ko-Kas-Kets, 2 for 26c 5
SOc Box Guth Caramels, 2 for 51c 5
lOc Rexall Headache Powder, 2 6
15c Premier Perfume, 2 for 16c 21
25c Lemon Extract, 2 for 26c 51
50c Harmony Extract, 2 for 51c 7
25c Violet Dulce Talcum, 2 for 26c 5i
lOc Rexall Toilet Soap, 2 for lie 21
25c Rexall Tooth Brush, 2 for 26e $:
50c Rexall Cherry Bark Cough ,3
Syrup, 2 for 51c 51
25c Rexall Cathartic Pills, 2 26c
25c iallums Liver Cleanser, 2 5
for 26c $:
Sc Lead Pencils, 2 for 6c
Sc Sulphur, 2 for Ge 5
5oc harmony Extract, 2 for 51c 51
And some other offers not mentioi
Do not forget our Christm
J. N. HALLIJM
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Griet ville. N- t. I keno, S. e.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
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necessitates that I curtail
hence have decided to el
business, and to that end
AT AND BE]
The stock of my son, T. 1D
sale. It was bought last
vanced to the price they n
new. There is about 100
$14.50). No hetlter suit canf h).
" lens ts at .90;)O Boy s' Si
Now whleni it r'Onies to nie
Shoes is where vou save a
* knows leat her has gone awas
boug~ht wvhen it was selring f
There are over 100 Men's Felt I
less than $1.50 up to $2.50. Your ci
About 200 Boys' and Girls' Cap.
Take aill you want at 25ec each. Anm
In Men's and Hoys' Shirts you s
Boys' Collars, 1 cent each. Big lot
Two bran new Ses'ing Machines,
one at $24. 75. A lot of Ladies' Hous
to $2.00. Now 95c. A few Ladies'
sold as high as 815.00. Choice $4.5C(
'The line of Men's and Boys' Sh
in dress shirts and heavy work shirt
half what the same goods could b
family Bibles contain Bible help an<
$8.00 to $10.00. One or all at $2.85
at $10.00. Now $63.75. A big lot of
Hosiery. Lot of Ladies' Capes and
buat the warmth and wear is there,
Jn this sale is included the entire
* Goods, in fact every thing. The pri
i5c gallon. There is some hardwar
glassware, crockery, etc. I have
* arrange terms on any or all the stoe
or any kind of produce at market p:
This is An Actual
kiyen me their trade for all thesen shlreiefo te m yr<a
elation. Friendships have been for,
all to share in this cash sale. Possi
phmy store buildings are foi
28TH' AND 29TH
Regular Price, Pay One Cent
6c Lord Baltimore Paper, 2 for 26c
6c Rexall Cold Creatn, 2 for 26c
Sc Rexall Cold Tablets, 2 for 26e
5c Hair Brush, 2 for 76c
Dc Rexall Kidney Remedy, 2 for 51c
c Li getta Chewing Gum, 2 for 6c
Dc Lesperine (Antiseptic Powder)
2 for 61c
5c Vanilla Extract, 2 for 26c
)c Klenzo Toilet Cream, 2 for 51c
ic Harmony Toilet Water, 2 for 76c
)citickers Violet Witch Hazel, 2 Sic
5c Violet Duce Soap, 2 for 26c
1.50 Hot Water Botlle, 2 for $1.51
Gc Rexall Tooth Brush, 2 for 36c
)c Hallums Backache and Kidney
Pills, 2 for 51c
Dc Rexall Kidney Pills, 2 for"51c
1.10 Indian Blood Purifier, 2 for
c Salts, 2 for Ge
Oe Cocoa Butter ColdCream, 2 51c
ned here. Remember the (lays,
28th and 29th
s Goods. They are com
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General Practice of Law,
GRENVILLE, S. C.
lt)t I 'or. Hruati n ut l M nt Sts. I'ho e 4101
e into my life over which
>uld that I could)-which
my business activities,
ose out my merchantile
will sell the entire stock
.Jr., is included in this
Spring before goods ad
ow are and is practically
Men's and Boys' Suits.
tailor-mnadle, .sat in-linecl are
boug~ht tfor' less than $25.00.
up. All thiese~ sho(s werI'(
ar a bout half' theW pren t
lats- all sizes. None are soldl for
.Sorne worth a dollar and over.
ther lot of Men's Caps, $1.00 kind
ave about half. Lot of Men's and
Men's snd Boys' Sweaters.
wort.h $60.0each. , One at $19.75,
e Dresses. We sold them at $1.50j
Tailor-made Suits, all wool and
irts is exceptionally strong, both
s. The pirice is not much over
e bought at today. Five large
I concordance. sold by agents at
sach. Two Phongrapa they sold
Men's, Women's and Children's
Walking Jackets. Not latest sty les
it $1.96, material worth double.
line of (;roceries: Tobacco, Can.
:es ought to interest dealers. Oil
y, and a few keges 01 nals, a lot of
s'ome automobiles for . sale. Can
k or autos, and can use corn, peas,
'ices. I want you to know
Closing Out Sale
tile business. To those who have
ears I extend my ate ful appre -
ned that will abe. I want you
bly this adid will not appear again.
rent at a rear,.nable rent.
mel Brings Result~
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Lia4ti Bqtrrqu4hs, of No~ls, hH
joined the I$a
Born unto dMr Dt
ham, Novembek 18th, a son.
The wife of Emory Johnson, colored,
died at her home in Pickens Monday
The Pickens Drug Co'e. .one cent sale
will be on next week. Advertisement
in this paper.
Rev. B. P.. Mitchell of G'eenville,
will preach at Mt. Carmel on next Sun
day at 3 o'clock. The public is invited
to come and hear him.
During the recent campaign for sale
of liberty loan bonds the Pickens Boy
Scouts sold $2,300 worth. Ernest C, aig
was the leading seller with $1,050.
Hal Willard, a Pickens county boy, is
at the home of his parents who now
live in Greenville, recuperating. from
injuries received while a member of the
U. S. aviation corps.
Local oflicers captured three army
deserters from Chicamauga last week.
One was caught in Pickens and two
near the toll gate, headed toward North
Carolina. They have been sent back to
Chickamauga for court martial.
Miss May Carson. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Carson of Central, was
married last Wednesday to Dr. Hatton,
a prominent druggist of Atlanta, Rev.
T. M. Robinson performing the cere
The optician who visits the Pickens
Drug Co. store regularly will be at that
store next Monday,,November 26th, for
one day only. His work is guaranteed
by the local drug store. Read adver
tisement in this paper.
There were 6,932 bales of cotton,
counting round as half bales, ginned in
Pickens county, from the crop of 1917
prior to November 1, 1917, as compared
with 8,656 bales ginned to November 1,
We regret to chronicle the sad death
of little Dee, five-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Burroughs, who died
Sunday night of typhoid fever. Another
child in this family has been seriously
sick, but we are glad to hear is improv
Mrs. J. D. Holder will please accept
many thanks from The Sentinel for the
finest beets and turnips we have seen
in this year of large vegetables. Two
beets weighed twelve pounds. It makes
us feel good for good people to remem
One of our Greenville subscribers
writes us that he takes several weekly
and daily papers and says, "I will ad
mit you get out the best weekly paper
I ever saw." We ap~preciate the com
pliment. If you have not renewed your
subscription do it today.
Martin graded school will begin its
winter session November 26th. All
children that expect to attend are urged
to have their books the first day. A
list of the books wvill be found at the
Pick'ens Drug Co. Pearl Murphee,
principal, Gertie A iken and Sadie Nealy,
The Literary Society of the D~acus
ville school will give an entertainment
in the auditorium Thanksgiving night
and a nice program has been arranged.
Everybody is invited. There will be no
adimission fee, but refreshments will be
sold and proceedls be' used for benefit of
.James llenry Cuieton, memlber of
troop E, 11th cavalry, U. S. A., sta
tioned at Fort Oglethorpe, spent a few
days last wveek with boinefolks in Pick
ens. The boy is looking good and says
he likes- army life find.' Miss Grace.
McDaniel accompanied .him as far as
Atlanta, where she will visit her sister,
Mrs. 0. E. Hlolley.
Two business houses in Pickens are
advertising in this week's paper that
they are going out of business and are
offering special bargains. These are
the well-known nlrms~of B. F. Parsons
and T. D). Harrie, both of whom have
dlivedl in Pickens for many years and with
whom our readers are well acquainted.
Readl their advertisements.
Next session of the Upper South
Carolina Conference of the Methodist
church will meet at Clinton next Wed
nesday, November 28th. Bishop W. A.
Candler of Atlanta, will preside., Rev.
E2 T. Hodgeg, pastor of the local Meth
odist church, and J. P. Carey,' Jr., lay
delegate from Greenville district, ex
pec~t'to leave Tuesday to attend.
T.' (2.TUR~NIJi, JnR.
Gleneral Practice of the Law
GREENVILLE, S. C.
3Yiln ghame Irakes ounty,
4t rrt Deans Cannot BeCured
to e y OSn se!M~
t1 dis en ot f h ca tf nIn.
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p cd y to bit orm o tion arting
t e ood on ft e m ouurs i@ tf
"f*,"\v e ve oan rnbr n sound Or for
ypIrtet hesriE, sd when it Is ente
jond h am tnd navyt hae vsite
hflks anb reduced and this tube
inth ns nerhae seen look1 hetrng
an~ll~dttrthanforever Mwno nawy
4IO 4cers aey ba uieatiei
4eafness ar t caused by eterrh n whicho
98 Inflalnd conlditionl of the 'mucous sur
ofate ulrget illicitlli distileis evr
the blood n the muIos surfaces Of the
w(cow ll rive Ote Ilendro Dljrs to
any Wase of atrhal Iafnd us that cannot
be cured by al s Catsrrh amedlcimn. wasr
eouars tore. All Druq1 lons of.w7h.
. s. cilt fit:'CO.. T1oledo. U.
Stw,vera of the wsickens boys who have
joined the army and navy have visited
honwetolks recently and without excep
tion the ones we have seen look stronger
anW better than when they went away.
pflicems meive bein quite active in
Pickens, county recently and last week
dfstroyed what is said to haye been one
of thie largest illicit distilleries ever
seen in the county. It was situated on
K~eow.'t' river just belowv the junction
of liitewatel and 'Forxa.ay and the
>asw destroyed at the samte time was
enough to make w10 gallons of whisky.
eth wa sad nes to people of Pickens
vie vicinity to learn of the death of
lr. D. . Webb, which occurred about
'IW weeks ago in Grand Island, Fla.,
whePr he had a winter home. Dr.
Webb was well known here, having
iiracticts1f medicine in Pickens aboutI
ine years, coming here from Fairplay
in Oconee county in 1901. He moved
iron Pickens to College Park, Ga.,
where he had extensive real estate
?oldings as well as in Florida. He also
awned property.in Pickens at the time
io his oeacth. He was a member of the
Methodist church, a Sominent Mason,
K. of P. and V. '0. W. H-e is survived
by a brother, a physician in Waynes
ile, N. C., a wife and six-year-yeit'
:1d daughter. I)eath was sudden and
hue to appoplexy. Burial took place in
,.rand Island, Fla.
Preaching and Singing,
Rev. W. C Seaborn ill preach at
smith's Grove church the fourth Sun
lay in November, 25th. Prof. R. .
3olding and his quartette is expected to
m there and sing in the afte'nbon.
ublic invited. Bring song hooks and
erl filled baskets. .
Our stock of Stick, Cameos,
tameo Brooches, Cuff Links,
olid Gold Lavaliers, Beauty
cins, Cameo Rings, Set r ings,
Watches, etc., is larger and bet
ter than ever. Be sure to see
uS before buying.
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