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NOW IS THE TIME I
H Cabbag
Leave orders with us ear5
wants large and small. I
and guaranteed.
Pickens
The RexE
Hallum's Liver Cleansers,
ILocal and
W. C. Bramlett, Esq., is con
fined at home from grip.
Norman Holder spent Sunday
with friends at Dacusville.
J. Walter Glenn, of Greer,
was a visitor at Pickens last
week.
Miss Ada Bolding visited her
uncle, Mr. John Jones, of
Dacusville, Sunday.
Joseph L. Stansell, of Pump
kintown section, was in town
Monday on business.
A. R. N. Folger, the efficient
ticket agent at Seneca, visited
Judge Newbery last Sunday.
Clayton Newton and J. B.
Jameson went to Atlanta Mon
day to purchase mules for this
market.
Edd Seaborn is back in the
local postoffice as assistant to
Postmaster Morris. He is a
good assistant postmaster.
Prof. J. M. Watson, principal
of the school at Dacusville, and
James Robinson were prominent
visitors at the connty seat Sat
urday.
Misses Irene Hendricks, of
Qolenoy, and Esther Gravley,
of Holly Springs, visited at the
home of J. M. Morris last week.
They also visited relatives in
Easley.
The Pickens cemetery needs
attention. One of the double
gates is down and loose cattle
have been walking across some
of the graves.
Everybody is glad to see B. F.
Parsons out again after several
days confinement to his home
on account of grip. His per
ennial smile was greatly missed
at the Big Store.
Miss Lorena Taylor came
home last Saturday from Tay
lors sick with cold and grip.
She is the stenographer in the
Bank of Taylors. Brandon
Taylor fills Miss Lorena's po
sition pro tem.
Auditor Christopher resumed
his itinerant rounds assessing
property at Eastatoe Tuesday,
Since leaving the railroad he is.
having a rough time going thru
the mud and rain; but he has
*the 'git up and get there,"
C, E. Robinson delivered a
fine talk to the Baptist Sunday
school last Sunday on the sub
ject, Am I My Brother's Keep
er? He used an original draw
ing on a blackboard to better
impress his hearers and it served
this purpose well. - The talk
was enjoyed by the school and
no doubt did much good.
PENSLAR Cl
An effective general
Price S
')44 Liver Tablets,
~ but the Liver.
() abage Plan..s e
'0 BEGIN 'ETTING
: Plants B
r. We can supply your
Ilants Charleston grown
C
Drug Co.
N Store.
best for the liver, 25c-box .
Personal
P. E. Taylor, of Easley route
1, was in town on business last
week.
Mrs. B. F. Parsons is spending
several days in Greenville with
relatives. t
R. E. Bruce is attending the t
corn exposition in Columbia
this week.
J. F. Childs, of route 4, was a
business visitor in Pickens
Tuesday. He gave us a pleas
ant call.
Messrs. J. T. Richey and Jas.
P. Carey, Jr., took in the Rose
Maid at the Greenville opera
house Monday night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Norris, of
Central, spent Tuesday at the
home of. Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Bowen in Pickens.
John Wyatt, of the Brushy a
Creek section of Anderson I
county, visited F. L. Finley in
Pickens last week. f
T. A. Bowen was in Green- t
ville last week looking after the
selling of a car load of Pickens
county long staple cotton.
S
We are glad to report that s
Mrs. W. E. Robinson, who is s
sick at the home of her mother,
Mrs. K. L. Cureton, is imnprov- t
ing.s
Mayor G. R. Hendricks has c
been confined to his room about t
a week, suffering from grip and 11
tonsilitis. .We are glad to re- y
port that he is improving.
J. T. Powers and son, of Keo
wee river near Old Pickens, was
in town Tuesday on business.
His community, he says, has
grip, rain and mud.4
Z. L. Chamblin, a prominent
citizen of Liberty route 3, wasv
in town last Saturday on
business and while here
paid us an appreciated visit.
Messrs. Bailey and Frank
Robinson have returned from
Newport, Tenn., where they s
prchased about fifteen horses
and mules, bringing them back r
thru the country.
The Wesleyans have bought
the old M, E. church house and
are taking it down and will
erect a Wesleyan church on
the Pickens and Easley road at
the cross roads near Bunk
Crane's and this side of Elisha
Gilstrap's.
L. R. Durham, of route 2, was
in Pickens Saturday on business.
Mr. Durham has quit farming
and has turned his farm over to
his son. He is now having
some extensive improvementsd
made on his residence, adding
more rooms, etc.
LAMP BARK
Tonic for Women
1.0.
good for nothing
Price 25c.
har macy
,'S.C.
n G.arden Send.
0.. Stewart has moved to
)r. Bolt's hoase.
M. F. Hester made a business
rip to Seneca last Wednesday,
Mrs M. L. Hamilton has been
onfined to her room with the
:rip,
Mr. Bond Anderson, auditor
>f the Blue Ridge railroad was
n Pickens last week on business.
We are sorry to state that
A[rs. M. F. Hester is very sick,
tnd we hope for her an early
-ecovery.
Rev. B. F. Murphree and
wife of Crow Creek, were visit
)rs in town last Saturday to the
)entist's office.
The Pickens cotton mill au
;horities are having some wells
)ored for the convenience of
he employees.
Mrs. Wesley Curtis, of Mile
reek section went to the Green
rille hospital last week to haye
tn operation performed,
Avery Stewart died at Glen
ood cotton mill the 28th inst.,
)f tuberculosis. He was a son
>f Capt. W. K. Stewart, of
3ig Eastatoe. He was 30 year;
>f age ind a member of the
3aptist church. The burial
was held at Holly Springs
:hurch yesterday.
The editor of this paper is un
ler many obligations to Mr.
,nd Mrs. H. B. Hendricks of
>ickens Inn, also Mr. and Mrs.
.D. Harris of the Hiawatha
or kindness shown. The trav
linz public surely can find
ilenty and good things to eat at
hese two houses. They know
tow to treat their guests.
M. D. Cantrell, one of the
ubstantial citizens of the Sun
et section, was at the county
eat Saturday and gave us a
>leasant call. Mr. Cantrell has
een a friend of The Sentinel
ince its establishment more
han forty years ago, and he
arried home with him this;
.me an old Blue Back Speller
ke the one he studied many
ears ago.
D ON'1
old Weather Stop
W e have some values that
rearisome trips to secure.
A few more of those 1.50
1.65.
A few more Robin Hood!
While they last we will sell
pring for $1.50, This will pa
aud, Some special values in1
Bring on all the chickens a
st's keep the ball rolling,
Yours for
CRAIG BRC
"ncrease YOUR
-Byl1
Virginia
~ Fertii
They Htave St
We are exclusive
goods in Pickens and
class trade on the ir
which cannot be ex
corn Fertilizer. C<
pices on these goods
& Folger, Thornk(
Picken!
Beware of Ointments for
Catarrh That Contain Mercury
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange the
whole system when entering It through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles should
nvrbused except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
they will do Is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. 3.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0.. contains no
mercury, and Is taken internally acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genui
Ine. I, taken internally and made In
Toledo. Ohio. by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes
I timonials free.
Scld by Druggists. Price 75c per bottle.
T4Ie Eall's Fmily Pills for constipation.
New Enterprise at Norris.
J. B. Robinson (and everybody
in upper South Carolina knows
Benton) has moved to the thriv
ing little city of Norris and
opened up a first class feed, sale
and livery barn. The traveling
public will find him ready at all
times to furnish them with nice
rigs-stylish turnouts and care
ful drivers-and send them
wherever they may want to go
in record breaking time. The
farmer who needs good work
mules, or the business man who
wants a stylish buggy animal,
will find in his barn just what
he is looking for, among the
nice lot of horses and mules he
has just received. Mr. Robin
son, who is a stock man of abil
ity and known far and near as
a successful trader, and who
can judge the good qualities of
stock as soon as he lays eyes on
it, will take great pleasure in
showing the buying public thru
his barn and fitting them up
with what they want. He will
also deal in corn, oats and hay.
Give him a trial and you will
be pleased with Vour purchases.
-Gazette.
No Need to Stop Work
When the doctors orders you
to stop work it staggers you. I
can't you say. You must you
are weak, run down and failing
in health day by day, but you
must work as long as you can
stand. What you need- is Elec
tric Bitters to give tone, strength
and 'vigor to your system, to
prevent break down and build
you up. Don't be weak, sickly
or ailing when Electric Bitters
will beniefit you from the first
dose. 'Thousands bless them
for their glorious health and
strength. Try them. Every
bottle is guaranteed to satisfy.
Only 50c. at Pickens Drug Co.
Subscribe for The Sentinel.
LET
You From Trading
pay you to make many long
il Cans and 5 gallons Oil for
hells for 4oc.
a good I120-Coil folding bed
you for pulling through the
inderwear etc,
nd eggs you can spare and
business,
THERS Co.
Yields Per Acre"
Jsing
arolina
!zer s
ood the Test ((
agents for the V-C
have built up a first
"WANDO,' Brand,
elled for a cotton or
me in and get our
vy & Company
Januar
I:
T"HE
We have just hnishec
we found some lines of m,
and others only a remnan
regardless of cost. The g<
latest styles, and it will pa
last long at prices quoted.
A Real I
LOT NO. I. A beai
$12-50.
LOT NO. 2, $15-Oc
Big Lot of Silks at Big Red
27X36 in. wide. only 79c.
Sheno silks 27 in. wide i<
Big Ribbon Sale on disp]
beautiful line of ribbons tI
2-A nice line of Taffetta
-One lot beautiful collar!
Big Reductions in many li:
you to visit the Big Store
HEATH-I
Classified Column
One-Cent-A-Word c
'
Subscribers of The Sentinel may
have 25 words inserted in thisr
column. free of charge f
t
For Sale
For Sale-2 good milk cows. I
Also improved Square Deal seed ,
corn that made 60 bushels per I
acre last year with 400 pounds
fertilizer. Address, Thos S. I
Ramsey, Clemson College, S. C.'
R. F. D, No, 1.
You get the best cooking.
stoves and best prices on same q
at Pickens Hardware & Grocery s
Company.a
50 acres land. House and out C
buildings. Price $14 per acre.
Terms $400 cash with oalance
to suit purchaser. E. H. Field.
Pickens, S. C.
Wanted
Wanted-10 or 12 young
brown leghorn hens. A. M.
Morris, Pickens.
Capitola and Miss Dixie are~
the best flours y'ou can buy.
Get it at Pickens Hardware and
Grocery Company.
Found
Found-By H. B. Hendricks,
near "Doc" Pace's store, a
fountain pen. Owner can have
it by calling at The Sentinel
office and describing it.
Will Rosemond, the black
smith, has found a bunch of
keys which the owner may
have by calling for and describ
ing them.
Money to Loan.
Loans on farms. Three hun
dred dollars to ten thousand dol
lars. Easy terms ,Apply to
R. T. Jaynes, Wilialla, S.C., or
J. F. Keowr., Pickens, S. C.
apr23
CLEARING OUT WEEK
is at hand, and it offers except
ional opportunities for immense
savings to those who can use
any of the articles of
JEWELRY & SILVERWARE
that our stock offers. Prices
have been lowered regardless of
ost, and you can glean many
an unusual bargin by visitingou
store during this sale
I-I SNIDER.
V Clearap
--AT
BIG STC
our annual invent3ry, and in
rchandise that had not sold ac
t lett and in either case our rul
ods quoted below are not shol
y you to come early and get fi
3argain in Cravanette
itiful cravanette overcoat, forv
and 16.50 coats only 9.48
uchons. 1.50 Silks all shadec
50c silks I 8x27 in. wide oi
)c:
ay in our dry goods departm
iat sold for I 5c and 25c only :
and Satins, 25c to 35c values
that sold ior 4o to 6oc values
les of seasonable lines of mer<
for the next 30 days.
RUCE=MORI
Pickens, S. C.
Are You a Cold Sufferer?
Take Dr. King's New Dis
overy, The Best Caugh, Cold
'broat and Lung medicine
iade. Money refunded if it
ails to cure you. Do not hesi
ate-take at our risk. First
ose helps. J. R. - Wells. Floy
ada, Texas, writes: "Dr. King's
ew Discovey cured my terrible
>ugh and cold. I have gained
5 pounds." Buy it at Pickens
~rug Co.
Notice.
Ned C annon, the father of
rena Cannon, withdraws the
atement published forbidding
yone hiring her. Anyone
mn hire her that want to.
Ned Cannon.
White Boys an
to 25 years old
and weave in
will start pay a
$4.35 t
IPer week while
ter learning (
$6.00 t<
per 3
Mill runs 57 h<
1-2 d ay holiday
ihies having 3 c
girls to work
houses, with
lights, and wat
ern convenmeno
sonable rent, w:
walk of :n.ill. ]
in coupon belov
Name...................
Address .....................
How many in family wantir
-MAIl
Charleston Bagging
charlest
ice Sale
RE.
going through our stock
well as they should,
e is to ciose them out
-worn, but the season's
rst choice as they won't
Coats.
er price $17-50 to close
only 98c. i.oo silks
nly 37 1-2C. One lot
ent. Table No. i-A
;c per yard. Table No.
only i oc. Table No. 3
only 15c.
:handise and it will pay
zoW Co.
COOK BOOK. We consider
the UNITED HAPPY HOME
COOK BOOk the best and most
useful COOK BOOK in print.
Contains hundreds of valuable
recipes. At this time of high
cost-of-living house-keepers can
not afford to be *thout this
money-saving book. Sent post
paid on recipe of FIFTY
CENTS; and we will refund
your money if after examining
it you are not entirely satisfied
with the book.
THE UNITED RECIPE &
COOK BOOK CO.; P. 0. Box
116, Aiken , S. C.
You get the best 7 and 8 blade
Stalk Cutter at Pickens Hdw.
& Gro. Co.
ITED
d Girls from 14
to learn to spmn
Bagging Mill;
t from
o $5.40
learning. Af
an earn from
$10.00
eek.
urs per week,
Saturday. Famn
r more boys or
can get new
bath, electric
r, and all mod
es at very rea
thin 5 minu es
f intereste cfill
r and mail to us.
ig ork.................
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Manufacturing Co.
i, S. C.

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