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Did You I
e in'aud get one the first chan
To every person who will call
Bank will give absolutely free. on
information to solve the daily pro
merchant, mechanic and others.
Simplicity of plan. These books'
- en away fast. Come i
IEOWftBANK
J. P. Carey, Pres. .. Bruce,
Local and
We ask all our friends wyo
wish to help us make a g4od
paper to phone any local nehvs
you may know to No. 35.We
fail to publish some locals,
which we would be glad to
publish, simply because we do
not hear them in time. Call 35
and give us a local.
Yep, Good pickings in Pickens
Louis Stoll spent last Wednes
eay in Greenville.
John Harris, Jr., spent a few
days out of town last week.
Charlie Robinson, Jr., spent
the week-end with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Finley
have prchased a new autono
tine.
T. D. Harris spent a few days
in Spartanburg on business
last week.
Mrs. N. E. Thornley is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. White,
in Anderson.
Clifton D. Bolt, of Easley,
-asiificknsfor a few hours
last Frih. afternoon.
Rev. G. F. Kirby conducted
a series of meetings in the
Methodist church last week.
Miss Vesta Ashmore enter
tained, informally, a few of her
friends on last Friday evening.
Mrs. R. E. Bowen has return
ed home from Calhoun after a
visit to her daughter, Mrs.
Holden.
Messrs. John and Bristow
Christopher pleased their Pick
ens friends with a visit last'
Sunday.
Misses Inez Morris and May
McFall, of Chicora college were
in Pickens Sunday to the de
light of their many friends and
relatives.
Mrs. F. L. Cliements, of At
lanta, is the guest of Mrs.
TPattridge and Mrs. G.
R.Hendricks.
Maj. G. M. Lynch, accom
panied by two of his charming
neices, were in Pickens yester
day. They paid The Sentinel a
/pleasant call.
You Take a Despe
To save a little money, by goir
do you really save it? How ma
amount of the premium away ar
amount to? Not near enought
Let me mnsure your property.t
have nothing to iusure.
I represent nothing but the L
Insurance W. L. MiA
(&?erve~
*4
wet One?
-e you have. They're going fast
and ask for one, the Keowee
I Johnson's Fact Book, full of
blems of the banker, farmer.
A comprehensive work with
vill solve many problems and
i and get one before they are.
Pickens, S. C.'
-Pres. M. C. Smith, Cashier.
Parsonal
C. E. Craig, who lives up on
)olenoy, was in Pickens Tues
lav.
Mrs. S. Morrison, of Columbia,
s in Pickens visiting her daugh
;er, Mrs. J. T. Richey.
The offenders in police court
here Monday contributed about
15 to the town treasury.
Miss Meda Boggs, of G. F. C..
pent last week at home on ac
ount of her mother's illness.
Mr. Furman Holder visited
Criends at Lathem Sunday,
pending a very pleasant after
noon.
Miss Daisy McDonald, one of
>ur school teachers is improving
and will soon be able to resume
her duties in connection with
he school.
Hon. Jas. P. Carey has a
force of carpenters at work re
modelling his residence and
making some extensive im
provements.
Hon. J. E. Boggs has been
on a visit to Atlanta where he
spent days. We are so glad to
see the Colonel out, looking like
imself again.
Mr. Walter Griffin. of Green
ville, is spending this week in
Pickens with his mother, Mrs.
Florence Griffin. -His friends
are glad to have him here again.
One of Pickens' popular
hysicians, J. L. Valley, has
een :under the weather for
several days, but is now able to
get back to his extensive prac
ice.
Tom Hollala, who has been
unning a fruit and confection
ery store here for some time,
has sold out to Mr. Bob Kirksey.
Tom went to Greenville from
here.
W. D. Spearman, who has
been merchandising in Easley
Eor some time, has sold out his
ntire stock to J. T. Gillespie.
fr. Gillespie will continie the
usiness in the same building.
Watery Eyes
Are simply weak eyes which if nez!et~
ome sare and infla.ned. Leonardi's C>'
Lotion will cure weak eyes without r'ule
day. Cools, heals and strength'-s. 1:Lria ,
having "Leonardi's"-it makes st. a.ng eye.
>Guaranteed or -nouney refunded. Drsuzzists acl
t at25cts or frwared pread on eceipt of
rate Chance
without lire insurance. And
ly years have you put the
d how~ nauch do your savmngs
o pay for the worry about fire.
da. Tomorrow you may
TEN V Pckens
MANY IMITA 7
claim tobe "ju
good," but a c_
is never a prov
fact. Stick to a Ce
BUY ONLY Ti
GENUJh
. T HE REILY-TAYLOR CO.
New Orlean.
Paid your tax?
b
J, L. Murphr .-. who recently
moved fro;n Pickens route 6 to a
cl
Six Mile in order to send his
children to Six Mile Academy, I
was in Pickens Wednesday. 0
ti
f(
G. N. Garrett, one of the p-os- a
perous planters on route 2, was in u
Pickens on business Wednesday li
and came down to pay The a
Sentinel an appreciated visit, E
Mrs. M. F. Hester is in Atlan
ta visiting her daughter, Mrs. t)
W. A. Gresham, and sons, J. p
W. and T. E. Hester. She will h
no doubt have a pleasant visit. n
P
di
Mr. A. T. Anders, expert t
staple cotton breeder of Wash
I a
ington, D. C., spent last week
in our county. His visit means e
much to the recently organized
Staple Association formed here.
A large number of Pickens V
people went over to Greenville I
to attend the circus there Wed- X
nesday. 107 went down on the s
early train Wednesday. Many 'I
more went by private convey
ance,
We extend to Mr. and Mrs.
T. R. Allen our deepest sympa
thy in the loss of her father,
Mr. Robertson, of Greenyille. ti
Mr. Robertson died at his home f
in Greenville on Wednesday it
the 16th.
d
Guy Curtis, pressman on the
Greenville News, visited his
mother, Mrs. S. F. Curtis, in
this county last week. On his
way back to Greenville he stop- a
ped here and paid the Sentinel c
a very pleasant call. b
C
o'
John E. Singleton, a promi- r
r
nent citizen of Dacusville, ac- _
companied by his good wife, a
stopped in Pickens Friday on
his way to the association at .
Secona. He gave us a very f
pleasant call while here.
Miss Sallie Lewis, milliner at
the Millinery Shop and who hasI
been very sick for some time,
is now improving rapidly. F
During her sickness Miss Mattie C
Finley has been in charge of F
this popular millinery establish- C
e
ment.
The Pickens Drug Co. has a
'one of its show windows filled o
with sheet music, very attrac- g
tively arranged. This store has e
C
just received a very large ship- t
ment of music which includes e
all the most popular pieces of s
this and other days.
The Pickens Cornet Band,
under the leadership of Mr. Sam
Christopher, is an excellent and
creditable organ'zation. There
are about twenty members of
the band and they render splen
did music. The boys take pride
in their band and meet regular
Rev. W. E. W~ilkins, of
Greenville, attended the associa
tion at Secona last week. The
Pickens people will all remnem
ber Mr, Wilkins. He helped 3
Rev. Mr. Waters in a short a
meeting at the Baptist church..
last summer. Mr. Wilkins filled ~
Mr. Waters appointment here
last Sunday. c
- t
Lost.f
One brown colored, setter a
puppy. Left home one day s
last week. Any information
concerning the dog will be glad
ly appreciated and rewarded.
.J. R. Ashmore.
(adv.)
10NS
st as
rim is
rtainty.
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With what pride are U
ords, "Mv own; my own,
-eathed by the young mothi
; she gazes upon her first bol
iild. The little stranger
ist as welcome in the cottal
the poor as in- the mansion i
ie rich. There is always roo:
>r the baby in the mother
rms and heart. This remin<
s that the stork left a swe
ttle cherub at the home of Ml
ad Mrs. Ola T. Hinton,
asley, last week.
Rev. C. A. Waters, pastor
ie Baptist church at Picken
reached in the Baptist chur(
ere last Sunday morning ar
ight. At the night service M
'aul P. Sullivan was ordained
eacon by the presbytery i
1is church. Mr. W.. S. Pric]
rd has also been recently elec
I a deacon of this church. E
as ordained to this office '
ie Baptist church at Cro
:oads some years before niovir
) Westminster. Rev. M
Vaters, of Pickens, and Re
. B. Norton, of the Ocon
[ill village, assisted in the i
allation services.-T u g a I c
ribune (Westminster.)
Fortunes In Faces
There's often much truth in the sa
g"her face is her fortune," but
ver said wht-re pimples, skin tre
one, blotches. or other blemishes d
gure it Impute blood is back
all, and shows the need of Dr. Kinj
ew Life Pills. They promote heal
d beauty. Try them 25cents at
ruggists
Lands for Sale or Rent.
My Keowee farm of 1.0
cres for sale, as a whole or w
t to suit purchaser, fine hif
ottom and good upland, plen
f timber, Purchaser can mal
is own terms.
One thirteen acre lot wi
ev house house in the town
ix Mile: also one other hou
nd lot in the town of Six Mi
oth for sale or rent. Fil
chool and church facilities.
A portion of my Keowee far
or rent. See J. Frank Stephe:
t Six Mile or me at Central.
R. G. Gaines.
ere is Your Chance
Eyou contemplate buying a home.
ave 50 acres with new 5,room hiou
in. iorse crop cleared, 5 acres CRe
rttoms. I offer this for $1150: $1
ish. $50 next year. then $100 ea
er for 10 years Good mill shoal a
ecessary outbuildings.
Or if this does not suit, you can ma
ual terms on two other tracts of
res each. Good new 5-room house
ne and 7-room house on other, a
ood outbuildings. 20 and 2.5 acres cle
d. All fresh land and good asi
ounty affords. All these are in<
act 7 miles west of Pickens C.]
lose. to gins, mills. churc~hes a
hools. See E. W. Pickens. Picke
.C. R F. D. 5.
"WATCH BRACELETS"
re among the newest novelti
o which fashionable wom
re giving their approyal.
'ou admire dainty ornamer:
.nd up-to-date -designs in
ATTRACTIVE JEWELRY
will pay you not only
'atch bracelets, but to gi
'our attention to our display
ther articles.
Some new trinkets are he
hiat were designed especial
>r men's use. So we inv
entlemenl as well as ladies
?e our display.
H SNIDER.
Ealey, .(
Prepare For
Cold Weathei
Vick's Croup Salve
Mentholatum
Pensla'r Laxative Cold
Tablets
All kinds Cough Syrup
If it's Drugs-We have it
Keowee Pharmacy
ige~nts for Penslar' Remedies. Dikea
ie Mrs. G. R. Hendricks. who has
" been ill in Atlanta for sometime,
ar returned home last Wednesday.
-n She is much benefitted by her
isI stay in Atlanta and we are so
re glad to see her so much improv
>f ed in health. Mrs. Hendricks
rn has a host of friends in Pickens,
's who extend a hearty welcome.
is Mr. and Mrs. Hendricks are
et now keeping house in the Gil
r. reath house recently occupied
Af by Mr. Stoll, Mr. Hendricks
has purchased this place, and
we commend him upon his idea
S.
Ih
Chlo
Green
a Delicate girls who are approaching the
this disease. They are pa!e because
)f complexion has a sickly greenish cast i
,.. have no vitality and if exposed to an,
cold dampness are liable to contract .
their whole future lives. It is a m<
e relieve this condition and bring back
DR. SI
I Squaw N
It is a palatable remedy. a fine, pleasan
however, is no criterion of its efficac)
le promptly than the harsh, bitter tasting m
. with the first dose and if used for a reas
pallor disappear, the spirits rise, the app
0 restful and the thin, vitiated blood is r
veins, carrying new life, strength and
Sold by Druggists and Deal
C. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE
KEOWEE I
its
of
SHEET
th
10 '
1,000 different pi
ti Vocal and instr
Complete
rh
ne PICKENS
bh The Rej
le - -
CROPS A
and money scarce. Better 1
-wagon. I can save you some
Sthis fall. Come in and let me
-you a close price, to compete
I find me next door to the print
ei soon or late.
W.M. R
a -
hem
n em
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If
its ___________
to 1
of g
re
to *****.*. .
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Bul 4orhr.
Fo 4cs.wn
them or me. wm
Blt for taehar
Pri
of selecting a hoie. Mrs. B
dricks will now be glad to
her many friends in her hoi
Moving Picture Show.
There will be a moying pict
show in the court house toni
(Thursday). We learn tha
will. be first class in eN
respect and three reels of
latest motion pictures will
shown. Admission will be
and 15 cents.
rosis A
Sickness
age of womanhood are usually subject tc
the blood is weak and watery. Their
hich gives the disease its name. They
unusual excitement, excessive labor or
ome disease that will disastrously effec
)st critical period. The right remedy tc
the rosy hue of health is
MMONS
line Wine
tasting medicine. Its agreeable flavor,
r. It does the work expected of it more
edicines. It begins the restorative process
nabie period, the misery, weakness and
etite becomes good, the sleep sound and
evitalized and goes coursing through the
energy to all parts of the body.
ers. Price $1.00 Per Bottle.
CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
HARMACY.
MUSIC
:ENTS
eces to select from.
umental. Ask for
Catalogue,
DRUG CO.
rail Store.
RE SHORT
t me repair that old buggy
oney on buy'ing a new
figure on your job. I will m
ith the hard times You
ng office. Always on- the
SEMOND
ilike the
That's wha
ed them a
We want
ot
every tinie
will be ea
We have
one has yet
We are showin
Metal, Patent (
Besides dres
who farms. T
and water proc
Our showing is so variei
place for the woman whc
seldom fail to make the
Soft, Clove-like
Strong, Service
doors in all sorts of weal
Stylish Cuts w~h
.c tan, russett, black and w
Children '
year, but retaining all the Iin
:er evenings around the fit
n and children.
e of your shoe needs when ii
Ic, Pati
Gree
en
see
ne.
ure
ght -
t it
ery
the Aniu
be -
10
TYLES
ever. Fact
w;tA new
tArougout
ods of m(
mfroved
in direct froo:
too. Smart-Styli
Ale to the last degr
models on disf lay tc
cordially invited to
Heath-Bruce-l
WE W
that fall bill. We appre<
inc purchase as much as
time is now at hand whei
buy something for every
family and we want you
store and do your fall sh<
If you know a'nyhing a
C) ants 01 Pickens county, y
- get a square deal at our:
Don't forget that bask<
et of butter, or the chicke
or They will all help out the
one ICome to see us.
ake
u RAIG Bl
looks of thai
t they all say, after we
)air or two.
you to get the habit
ride, Patton & Tilm
you think of Shoes, a
sy.
the right kind of SI
questioned our prices
In Shoes for Men
the new lasts-the newv toes and be
alf, Tan Calf, and Vici.
sy Shoes for the dressy man, we have
hese are as strongly built as a rawhide
f-yet reasonably priced.
In Ladies' Shoes.
I we hardly know where to begin Lalkinl;
wants fit, service, style and comfort,
sale.
Shoes for old ladies, to whom comfc
'able Shoes for the woman whose du
>se graceful lines are intended to be s(
biite. Oxfords and Slippers in all styles
; School Shoes
s a dressy shoe should have.
eside, get a pair of bed room or house
Greenville.
:on 4 TilE
nil C.
SNON
letter than ,
Ory equijfed
machinery
All metA
inufacturing
50 -style
rion -value
X and Flex
e. fTe new
day. You're
insfiect them.
Worrow Co.
ANT
I N T
iate every 5 and
anybody, but the
i you will have to
member of the
to come to our
pping.
bout the merch
ou know you can
t of eggs, buck- -
~ns young or old.
pocket book,
~os. Co. 1
shoe]
have show- M
>f thinking -
an
nd -the rest M
oes, and no n
t leathers, in Gun ~:
them for the man
saddle-cold proof
-* This store is the
and at prices that ]
rt means so much.
ties call her out of )
en. High cuts in
and colors.
slippers. We have
uan

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