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THE PICKENS SETNLffiiPaeofiknso
PUBLISHED WEEKLY Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second class mail matter., under act of Congress o Mareh 3, 1879
Jstablished 1871-Volume 42 PICKENS, S. C., MARCH 20, 1913
Pickens Boys' Corn
Club is Growing
Boys! Send in your names and
join the boys' corn club now. Tt
will be worth more to you this
year than ever before. There
will be a big list of prizes offered
and we have inside information
that some boy will get a prize of
at least $25 in gold. Other
prizes will be offered and we
.'ilI publish a list next week.
Now is the time to join.
There will be a lively boys'
corn club for Pickens county
this year. Already forty-five
boys have enrolled their names
with County Superintendent of
Education Hallum, and there
will be others. Supt. Hallum
states that there will be about
sixty boys in the club this year,
from every section of the county.
Many of the boys in the club
last year are trying again this
year, which shows the right
spirit. All those contemplating
joining should send in their
names at once.
There are only ten rules gov
erning the contest and they are
very simple:
1. Boys joining the contest
must be under 18 years of age.
2. No boy shall contest for a
prize unless he becomes a mem
ber of the club.
3. The members of the club
must agree to read instructions
of the demonstration work.
4. Each boy must plan his
own crop and do his own work,
except in preparing the land,
and then to charge for hired
help according to rule 8.
5. Exhibits must be delivered
the County Superintendent of
aucation at a date in the fail,
specifidd by him and agreeable
to the members of the club.
6. The amount of the yield
and the method of measure must
be certified by each boy and at-!
tEsted by at least two disinter
ested witnesses who shall be sat
isfactory to the County Supt.
7. Each boy must cultivate
at least one acre of land, and no
part of that acre shall be less
than 100 feet in its narrowest
place.
8. h toy must charge'
against himself $5.00 per acre
for rent, and ten cents an hour
for each hour's work, and five
cents an hour for horse.
9. In awarding the prizes,
* ~ the following basis shall be used:
(a) Greatest yield per acre, 30
per cent. -
(b) Best 10-ear exhibit, 15 per
cent.
(c) Best written account show
ing history of crop and all ex
* penses, 25 per cent.
(d) BESt showing profit on in
vestment, 30 per cent.
10. No boy shall contest for
a prize unless he become a menm
ber of the club before A pril 1st.
There ought to be at least 200
boys in the club.
Union Meeting Program.
The Union meeting of the
Twelve Mile River association
will be held with the Little Riv
er Baptist church on Saturd: y
and Sdnday March 29 and 30.
PROGRAM.
11:00. Devotional Services by.
Rev. C. R. Abercrombie.
11:30. Our n o n-contributing
members and how to enlist
them. Rev. R. M. Kelley.
AFTERNOON,
1:00. The Missionary Situation
in the Association. R. P.
Prince.
2:00. To be supplied.
3:00. The Bible. D). E. Garrett.
7:30. Preaching. Rev. B. F.
* Murphree.
SUNDAY.
10:00. Devotional services by
E. M. Bolding.
10:30. Is Education a Baptist
Doctrine? Rev. C. R. Aber
crombie.
Ex. Comn.
In Memonam.
The death of the two little
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Eu
gene Whitmire of the Oolenoy
The oldest little girl, Eugenia
Lee, died February 23, 1913. age
- . 3 years and 5 months. Tinna
Erma, age 1 y ear and 11 months.
* ~ died February 2.5. 1913. These
precious little angels were sick
only a short time. They died of
diptheria ,1 4adful and dang
erous disease which leaves the
home sad when it comes. The
A ~ little ones leave a father, mother
T and two little brothers. They
were buried at Oolenoy ceme
tery. - The bereaved ones have
sympathy of a host of friends.
Aunt A. C.
Missionary Rally.
The Woman's Missionary
Society of Mile Creek Baptist
church will celebrate the fifth
-%nday in March
Home Missions. Some /od sing
mg is expected also. All lovers
of Mission work and good sing
mng are especially invited. Let
S everybody come und bring song
books and well-wed baskets
Sand spend the day imjoy. *
Easley Dots.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith
who have been on an extende
visit to Florida for the benefit o
Mr. Smith's health, returned or
Saturday last. We are glad ti
report Mr. S. much improved.
Dr. J. L. Bolt, who has beer
quite sick for several days, w
are glad to report much improv
ed. We hope he will soon b
well again.
Some of the old bachelors cai
almost hear the girls singing:
You need somebody to love you
You need somebody to cares
you,
You need somebody to call yoi
sweetheart
When the long days work i
done.
Prof. W. W. Benson an<
Misses Burton and Thomas o
our school attended the statt
teachers' association in Colum
bia last week.
Dr. R. F. Smith was in -Co
lumbia last week on business
Married by Rev. D. W. Hiot
on Sunday morning near Cross
Roads church in Pickens coun
ty, Mr. Carl Gossett of Ander
son county and Miss Tessi<
Corbin of this county.
Dr. George Legge, one of the
best drug men in the South wh<
has been with Dr. Myers at the
Palmetto Pharmacy for some
time, has returned to his home
in Greenville to rest and recu
perate. We hope to see Dr
Legge back again soon. He ha:
been in the drug business sinc
1866 and is a cultured gentle
man.
Hon. E. P. McCravey is get
ting all sorts of encouragemeni
to enter the race for the United
States senate. We don't see
how he will manage to keep out
of the race.
.Rev. Maxy M. Brooks and
wife of Westminster, visited
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Spearmar
'ast week. Mr. Brooks is a
young minister of much prom
ise.
Mr. T. K. Hudgens formerly
of Easley but now of Columbia,
visited relatives near here this
week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wyatt of
Pickens visited Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Mauldin Saturday.
Miss Mary T. Wyatt of the
Westminster High school visit
ed her mothei, Mrs. A. G. Wy
att last week.
Miss Jo Rankin who has
been spending several weeks
here has returned to her hon1E
in Greenvillo.
Dr. L. 0. Mauldin of Green.
ville, came over to Easley this
week on special business.
Miss Addie Holland, a studeni
of the Greenville Female Col
lege, was on a visit to her pa
rents. Rev, and Mrs. W. P. Hol
land of South Easley this week.
J. P. Carey, Jr., is here thi
week on legal business.
The Palmetto Pharmacy o:
this place have secured th
agency of 'Tee-Gee Flatkoatt,'
a new discovery which is said
to be rapidly superceding wal
papers, kalsomines and lead and
oil paints, giving better satisfac
tion andl being less expensiv
and more vanitary.
More Locals
The Gazette says Liberty i~
full of "pregress." We hope it
doesn't hurt the town.
Dr. R. A. Child, financia
agent of Lander College was, ir
Pickens last week in the interes
of that institution.
Col.- Wmn. A. Neal of Atlanta
was in Pickens Saturday o1
business and shaking hand
with old friends.
Bob Kirksey has sold his stoci
of goods to H. M. Galloway an4
is now clerking for Mr. Gallo
way.
B. P. Kelly, one of the goo<
people of near Norris, was a
the county seat on business las
Monday.
Married at Norris by Rev. E
L. Thomason, Mr, Claud Nich
olson to Miss 3laude Ballinge
on March 9, 1913.
Among the prominent Easley
ites in Pickens last week wer
Messrs. W. M. Hagood, W, P
Oats, 13. Jones, E. P. McCravy
J, L, Bagwell.
Mr. J. C. Garrett of Norris,
large planter and business mar
also financial agent of the Si:
Mile academyv, was in the cit
last week,
The interior of the Picken
fligCo's. store room has bee:
gr imiproved dur .S
past wek. Some alteration
were made and the paint brus]
was fr 1yused. Pickens ha
two of th best kept and mos
I up-to-dae rug stores that yoi
Township Boards
of Assessors Meet.
The township boards of asses
sors of Pickens county,who were
commissioned by Gov. dlease
February 24, 1913, were in ses
sion in the county auditor's
office here last Friday and Sat
urday equalizing the personal
property in this county, conclu
ding their work Saturday after
noon. The members of the
1 township boards are:
Easley-W, A. Hamilton, J.
Bird Looper, Samuel Sheriff.
Liberty-W. T. O'Dell, J. A.
Gary, W. M. Gantt.
Central-W. Austin Boggs,
E. B. Stephens, S.A. McAlister.
Hurricane-L.R. Dalton. Geo
C. Bolding. J. T. Powers.
Pickens-J. K. Kirksey, W.
E. Hendricks. M. F. Hester.
Dacusville-J. B. Findlev,
Leigh Hunt. Joseph L. Looper.
Pumpkintown-J.J .Chastain,
J. R. Keith, I. H. Simmons.
Eastatoe-E, C. Bowie, A. T.
Winchester, W. Y. Gravley.
The members of each town
ship board elect one of
their members c h a i r m a n
and these chairmen
constitute the county board of
equalization. The board of
equalization will meet here next
Saturday, March 22.
1914 is the- year of re-assess
ment of all real estate in this
county
Millinery Openings.
In spite of the inclement
weather on Friday and Satur
day the Millinery opt nings of
both Folger, Thornley & Co.,
and the Heath-Bru :e-Morrow
Co. were well attended and the'
day proved to be quite a success.
Both milliners have displayed
excellent taste in the hats they
have shown to the public. Our
people should be proud of the
two good millinery stores they
have. Without a doubt they
equal those of the large cities
and there is never any need of
the ladies in and around Pickens
going elsewhere to buy their
hats. We wish for Miss Prince
and Miss Booker success for the
season.
Subscribe for The Sentinel.
Order youm
derson-Ashmo
WAe pay pa
not satisfied re
by next mail.
Below is a p)artia
order it anyway for we
Ladies Pump
Black Roseben Silk,
weight, welt sole $4.00.
Black Craver etted Si]
satin bow $4.00.
Black Patent Leather
hand sewed, $3.50.
Black Patent Leathei
McKay sewed, $3-oo
Black Gun Metal Pump
heels at $3.00, $3.50 and|
Black Gun Metal Pui
heels with tips at $3,oo a
Black Patent Pumps, l<
$3.00.
Black Patent Pumps, I
with two straps $3.00.
Black Gun Metal Pu!
heels with two straps, $3-C
Tan Calf Pumps, plai.
$3.00, 3.50 and 4.00.
Tan Calf Pumps, wit
$3.oo and 4.00.
White Nu-Buck han
Pumps, plain toe 4.00.
W \hite Nu-Buck han<
Pumps, with tips, 3.50.
White Linen hand sew
$3-50.
White Canvas Pumps,
hand sewed, 2.50.
enclose P. 0. c
Hender
Pickens Route 3.
Health is not very good in our
section at present.
J. R. Porter has been very
sick but is better again.
G. K. Hendrix is reported to
be very sick. He has been in
feeble health for quite awhile.
T. Townes is. also very sick
with cold.
.iMrs. Sarah Gravley has re
turned frora a months visit to
her daughter, Mrs. L. W. Hill,
of near Liberty.
The writer was glad to learn
thru your columns that Mrs.
Lizzie Porter was improving.
Arrie May Gravley was pain
fully burned last Tuesday. We
hope for the little girl a speedy
recovery.
Mrs. Leo Gillespie and chil
dren. of Transylvania, North
Carolina, are visiting her pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Por
ter.
'Squire A. S. Porter was in
our section. Sunday.
L. iD. Gravley and little
daughter, Virginia, spent Sun
day at the home of A. M. Gray
ley.
Willie Stewart's woodchoop
ing Wednesday was well at
tended. Farmer's Wife.
Mrs. J. C. Gravlev, who has
been suffering with rheumatism
is better at this writing.
Miss Mamie Stewart spent!.
Saturday night with her cousin,
Miss Flora Gravley.
An enjoyable party was given!
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Ves Chappelle Saturday night. !
All who attended report a nice
time. .
Denton Cassell spent Saturday
night at the home of Mr. and 1
trs. A. C. Cantrell.
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Boweis
and family visited the latter's
parents Sunday afternoon.
A. J. Alexander made a busi
ness trip to Cateechee Monday.
Miss Emma Cantrell spent
Sunday afternoon with Miss
Flora Gravley.
Mrs. J, P. Cassell who has
been sick for quite awhile is
able to be out again to the
delight of her many friends.
Farmer's Girl.
THE LATEST
SPRING FO
low cut Shoes frc
re-Willis Ce., GreE
reel post charges
turn your shoes ai
i catalogue of the many stykc
have allj kind and sty-les.
s.Ladies 0
. White Nu-Bucli
medium oxford, hand sewec
Patent Colt four
k Pump, hand sewed at 3-5c
Patent Kid four
Pump, plain toe at 3.50.
Black Gun Meta
-Pumps, fords, with tip 3.50
Black Gun Me
s regular oxfords with tip 3.
~4.0O.Tan Calf four bc
ups, bwoxford 3.50.
nsaw- Tan Calf Bluchel
)d $3.50- at 3.00 and 3.50
W heels, Gun Metal Bluc
3.00 and 3.50.
ow heelsi Patent Blucher (
Iand 3.50.
nps, low Kid oxfords ni
>o. and patent tips
itoes at from 1.5o up.
All kind of comf
tips at or elastic with wid
heels at 1.5o and 2
I sewedLadies hospital
j e ubber heels at 2.0
sewed Misses and
ad pumpsLo (
Misses hand se
pli o, Pumps with straps
plaintoe' 2.25 and 2.50.
Misses hand ses
ler: Send size an<
rd er.
son - Asbi
GREEN VII
Lyceum Attraction
Next Wednesday
The Price Concert Company
will give a high-class entertain
rent at the school auditorium
here Wednesday, March 26
lhis will be the last lyceum
number for Pickens this season.
Dn account of bad weather or
Former dates the men who hav
guaranteed expenses for thesE
attractions have lost money,
and next Wednesday will be
your time to show your appre
:iation of having these attrac
;ions brought here, Each
attraction has been well worth
the admission price and we havE
as-urance that this will be onE
)f the best. Admissi.on price 2Z
ind 50c.
Easter Sale Friday.
Don't forget the Easter Sale
Friday, the 21st instant, in the
vcFall building. The ladies in
>harge will also be prepared tc
serve refreshments at a moder
ite price.
Come and bring your friends
with you.
A Card of Thanks.
We wish to thank our friends
and neighbors for the kindness
;hown us during the sickness
md death of our two precious
ittle girls.
Vr. and Mrs. Eugene Whitmire.
For Mayor.
Believing that G. R. Hen
Iricks has made one of the best
nayors we have ever had and
ias managed the affairs of the
own with much ability during
he term he has served, we
ereby announce him as a can
idate for mayor of Pickens in
;he election of April 4. 1913.
Many Friends.
otice of rival Settlemet and Discharg
(o'ICE is hereby given that I wit
nake application to J. l. Newbery Esq
Fudge of Protbate for Pickens county
n the State of South Carolina, on the
L6 day of April. 1913, at 11 o'clock ir
he forenoon, or as soon thereafter a!
ai-1 application can be heard for leav
n make final settlement of the estat,
f .1. R. Garrett, deceased, and obtair
licharge as administratrix of said e
;te. Mrs. Della Garrett,
Administratrix.
STYLES IN
O TWEAR
mn the enormous
oville, S. C.
and guarantee
id we will i efun
s we carry, if the style yo
Xfords. pumns i
four button Misses
at 3.50. Misses
button oxford, and nu-bu<
Child rei
utton oxfords, sizes 8 to
Childrei
four button ox- sizes 5 to
We ha
tal four button mse n
tton hand sewed e.0 Urie.
(lace) oxtords We are
celebrated
her Oxfords at and Oxf<
STRONG
)xfords at 3.00 S HELM ai
. . We hav
'ith plain toes all leathers
absolutely solid you anyths
ort low cuts, lace lcus f
e toe and low at 3.00.
o cuswt Men's 1
low cus with at 3.00 ani
Men's(
Childrens fords 30o
lts. patent lea
wed Tan Calf kid at Re5
sizes 11 to 2, at All Fl3o
and 5.50.
ved Gun Metal All Net
1 wdth in styl4
Liberty Route 4.
Mrs. Silas Porter, who has
been very sick is some better at
this writing, and we hope she
will soon be well again.
Messrs. Elbert and James Por
ter of Pickens Route 3, yisited
at the home of Mr. Rufus Hop
kins last week.
Mrs. Nelson and little son,
Charlie, of Greenville, were
welcome guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Bagwell last Sunday.
Mr. John Mace and son, Lu
ther, of Hendersonville, N. C.,
recently visited at the home of
Mr. Rufus Hopkins. Mr. Mace
is expecting to move to Liberty
at an early date and open up a
meat market.
Mrs. Levi Rigdon of the Flat
Rock section is very ill at this
writing.
We notice that C. D. Bagwell,
who recently moved into this
section, is improving his place
greatly.
Mrs. John Hopkins and son,
Forest, of Easley, visited at Mr.
Silas Porter's Saturday night
and Sunday.
With best wishes.
White Rose.
Are You Constipated?
If, so get a box of Dr. King's
New Life Pills, take them re
e ularly and your trouble will
quickly disappear. They will
stimulate the liver, improve
your digestion and get rid of
all the poisons from your svs
tem. They will surely get you
well again, 25c at Pickens
Drug Co.
Books of Subscription.
Pursuant to a commission is
sued by R. M. McCown, Secre
tarv of State, March 12th, 1913.
to the undersigned, books of
subscription to the capital stock
of the Dixie Daisy Haystack
Ventilator Company, a proposed
corporation. will be opened at
the office of T. J. Mauldin or
the 214 day of March, 1913.
J. F, Harris,
G. A. Ellis,
J. McD. Bruce.
I. M. Mauldin.
Board of Corporators.
March 17, 1913.
I
stOck of H~en
~atisfatiOn, if
. your nioney
1 wanft is not listedl
o 2 at 2.00, 2,25, 2.50.
and sewed Patent pumps
.00, 2.25 and 2.50
and sewed white canvas
k pumps at all prices.
3's sizes in same as above
I at Soc less.
a's sizes in same as above
are 1-5o per pair.
e a complete line of
childrens oxfords from
Have not room to
ere.
S LOW CUTS
gents for the following
lines of Men's Shoes
~rds: NETTLETON,
& GARFIELD, FLOR
d REGAL.
each of these makes in
and colors and can give
ng that is new in mens
m 3.00 up.
an Calf Button Oxfords
[an Calf Blucher Oxfords
350
U Metal Blucher Ox
and 3.50.
iing that Regal makes in
hers, tans, king calf and
al prices.
sheim low cuts at 5.oo
deton low cuts at 6.oo.
Swanted and
New Enterprise for
Central; Other Locals
We clip the following items
from the (Central) Messenger:
We understand that efforts
are being made to build an oil
mill at Central. If this proves
to be a fact, it will mean much
to CentraJ. Central needs an
oil mill, as it would be a con
I venience to the farmers and al
so aid the town as an enter
prise.
Mr. Earle Rochester died last
Saturday morning after a brief
illness from pneumonia. He
was buried Sunday following at
the family burying ground near
Sandy Springs.
We regret very much to hear
of the departure of Chief Par
ker and his family. They will
reside in Liberty in the near
future, where Chief Parker will
engage in business for himself.
Capt. and Mrs. I. M. Mauldin,
of Pickens. :.pent Sunday at the
home of the latter's mother,
Mrs. L. R. Eaton.
Mr. Dave Parrott, of near
Pickens, spent the first part of
the week with Mr. S. R. Kellev
and family. -
More Locals
E. D. Miller. a well known
citizen of Easley Route 1, was
in town Wednesday on busi
ness.
The most enjoyable dance of
the season took place in the
Cate hall on Tuesday evening.
A large crowd of young people
were present.
The track team of the Pick
ens High School will go to Da
cusville Friday to contest with
the track team of the Dacusville
High School.
R. E. Bruce, public spirited
merchant, has had erected an
other nice hitching post and has
had a well dug on the Big Store
lot, fo- the benefit of his cus
tomers.
James B. Craig, county su
pervisor, is getting his engines
and scrapes in good shape so as
to begin work on the county
roads as soon as the weather
will permit.
There is no other place in this
state that has more thorough
bred chickens than can be found
in and around Pickens court
house, and the boys have begun
to argue the superior points of
their birds with their neighbors.
Bristow Christopher, who is
now traveling for the Dodson
Medicine Co. of Atlanta, is at
the home of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. N. A. Christopher,
recuperating froma slight spell
of malarial fever.
Robert Stewart of this city
had the misfortune to fall from
a building breaking his collar
bone and several of his ribs a
few days ago. At this writing
he is better. We trust that Mr.
Stewart will soon be well again.
|Deputy Sheriff Frank Chris
topher went to Williamston last
week and -arrested Waverly
Landreth, a white man charged
with cutting Tom Jackson (col)
here in 1911. He gave bond to
appear before Mayor Hendricks
Thursday.
Sheriff Roark wvent to Green
ville last week and brought
back Jones Cannon, colored,
wanted by the town authorities
for the violation of several ordi
nances. He was tried on three
charges and sentenced to 72
days on the chaingang.
News comes to this office from
Easley that during the recent
whiskey trials at that place the
Hon. T. J. Mauldin of Pickens,
had made a fine impression on
the pe'ople as a lawyer of fine
ability, a man who desires only
the right to be done. He is the
attorney for the city prosecut
ing the violation of law.
The Disposal Sale at Craig
Bros. Co. will come to a close
Saturday, The sale has been
a success in every way. Great
crowds have visited the store to
take advantage of the reduction
in prices. Mr. Cullom, repre
sentative of the Brennecke Co..
who has charge of the sale, has
made many friends during his
stay in Pickens. Read their ad
vertisement in this issue.
The Baptist people of Pickens
took a long step forward last
Sunday when in conference as
embled they decieded to buy
from Mrs. Essie Findley the lot
on the corner of Main and Lew
is streets for the purpose of
erecting a house of worship
thereon. This is ,about the
prettiest vacant lot in town and
a nice building here will heln
the town wonderfully. The
purchase price was $2,:350. Itis
Inot the purpose of the Baptists
to build at present, but they ex
New School La
An Act
To Require the Filing of
by Teachers, Principals and
Superintendents of SchoolS,-"
Sec. 1. Be it enacted'by -
General Assembly of the S -
of South Carolina: Any teach- -
er, principal, or su-erintondei
employed in the sch65ls of t
State, supported in whole or
part at public expense, shall
within two weeks after the
of the session of such school;a
full and accurate report as now
required by law. Any pe.
neglecting, refusing
to file such re
ed to do so
perintendeE4eata.
be liabl **certI{*4 roe
his or he * r*a a h
and to a fi
twenty-fiv
ed at the di.
tv Board of
Sec. 2. An
schools shall repo
ty buperintendent o
upon request therefor,
county wherein such
located, the number of
receiving instruction, the
ber in regular attendance,
number of teachers e
and such other facts as
show the grade and am
educational work actually".
in such private school.
management of such other
vate school neglecting, refi
or omitting to file such re
within two weeks after the c
of the regular session, .shat.
subject to a fine of not .
than twenty-five dollars. -
Sec. 3. It shall be the>
of each County Superin -
of Education to file with
State Superintendent of EdI _.
tion within two months afa -
the close of the scholastic '
a full and accurate report of -
the schools under his, supers
vision. Any County Superin
endent-f - to make
report sha ilty of aL- r
demeanor, and, u
thereof in a ce
jurisdiction. shall be fined
discretion of the court in a {
not exceeding fifty dollars.
Sec. 4. The cancellatior -oL
ac.y certificate hereunder sbla
be repotted to the State Boa ~,
of Educatioi,.n. d may b
iewed on ap _
ten days after the
the County Board.
Sec. 5. Any and all moneys
collected hereunder shall bte
info the county treasury and-.
disbursed as apart ofthe Conn
ty Board Fund now authoiz -
by law.
Sec. 6. Any and al Acts.o
parts of Acts inconsistent i
with are hereby repealed.
No. 203. Feb. 27, 1813.
Catarrh Cannot-e
with LOCAt, APPI~CATIONs. a they
cannot reach the seat of the disease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional -ieae
and in order to cure it you must take-J.~
ternal remedies. ~aR's Catanhrrh 1s
taken Internally, and acts directly pu
the blood and mucous surfaces. as'
Catarrh Cure Is not a quack nmcne.I
was prescribed by one 'of the .best- phy-#
sicans in this countro years and i
a regular prescription. It
the best tonies known, cm~e
best blood purifiers, acting -
mucous -surfaces. The perfect combin5e~
tion of the two Ingredients Is what ,o.
duces such wonderful results In oni'in -.
catarrh. Send for testimonials, free.' a
F J. CHENEY & CO.. Props.. Toledo, 0.
Sold by Druggists, price 75~c.
Take Ba's Famly Pllsfor constipatio.
More Locals.
The Sentinel will wayoniy
50 more "Blue Bac's
We call your attention todh?1
advertisements of Hendeison-9
Ashmore-Willis Co., shoe mer-M
chants, and Smith & Bristow,R
clothiers, of Greenville.; which'- e
appear in this issue. . 3 i
In the prelinyinary -oratorica
contest of the Pickens High ~
school to decide who will repre
sent this school in the conn -
contest to be held at Easleyin' 4
April, Colie Seaborn .won first.
place and Doyle Looper won
second place.
The artistic decorations and
arrangement of the dry good
department and show windows..
of the Heath-Brce-Morrowt(.
was a matter of favorable comn
ment during the past week.
Few stores in lerger citigsvTe
prettier.
Miss Nellie Freeman was host
ess at an enjoyable party at her
home Monday evening. Those
present passed a most pleasant
evening and the time for depart
ure came all too) quick. During
the evening Misses Booker,
oggs and Taylor entertained
the guests with music. Amonge
those present we're, Misses Nel-~
lie Freeman, Grace Prince,
Margaret Booker, Ina and Maka
Boggs, Mattie Findley, Lorena "
Taylor, Vesta Ashmo
Bright: Messrs. Ernest
Weldon Christopher, ErnestA
exander, Robert Anthony, Gary
Hiott. .
CASTOR I
Fer Iiants ad Children.
The Kind Yen Have Alua

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