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eand read our ~~i~
STile Great. Wii
The Rexall Store.
Joe Stephens a respected no
gro, who lived near here. died
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Chastain,
of route 3, were welcome visit
ora in Pickens Monday.
Misses Essie and Sadie
Stewart, of route 1, spent Sun
day in Pickens with Miss Mo
W. C. Newton received a car
load of horses and mules this
week. Prices right. See him
Married by J. B. Newbery at
his residence J airuary 18 1914,
eev(Ws and James A.
tato, of Pickens.
round, bi' _
tanIC yry Lewis has been on
a 'extf)I. visit to Beltorn,
vhere s1e sPLeh'1tr n10Q1Q timne with
er friend, Mrs. Christine Suth
Misses Velma and Gladys
Smith ,of Easley, were the guests
this week of Mrs. Carl Lee and
Mrs. Henry Harris.-G reenville
Miss Louise Cunningham of
Easley will give a recital in the
Pickens school auditorium Fri
(lay night, January 30th. Miss
legAinghW.comes bighly rec
., rn dd "as n'-6tptainer.
-y Dr. J N. and Pro . T. Hal
low, ot Pickens wer led to
the bedside of their er Sat
urday evening, by. a essage
saying she was crit Ily ill.
We are very glad to s te, that
Mrs. Hallum is improv g now,
and trust she may fully cover.
The - Keowee Pharmacy has
had some very pretty show win -
dows recently, but none more
attractive than the one this
hig clssstationery.,I this
windw isalso~the diamond ring
wie away Sentinel is going to
ive away.The display isa
cretio ofDr.Douglas Yongue.
. MssFlorence Masters, of
Forter asmarried to Mr. Nes
brie'Bshp atthe home of the
brie'smoterMrs. Mary Jane
Masters, on the 22nd inst., Rev.
J. EFotrofficiating. After
the ceremony a bountiful din
ner was enjoyed by those pros
'p.t. M any friends wish the
-happy couple a long and suc
L. R Dalton, of route 5, one
of Pickens county's best
own Mr. Dalton
paid The Sentinel a pleasant call.
He has been -a subscriber ti The
Sentinel over since the late Maj.
Frank Bradley was editor, and
we hope he will be a subscriber
for many years to come.
n4del, the clothing man of
cirenilehas put on a sale of
o g at the great reduction
* one er w iscth Every
Sthat ho 'don't fake the
ihf alse ~ statements.
4 or the greatest va
es n boys .men's clothi.ng.
Read his advertisement in this
4 ssue of The Sentinel.
Marri~d at the Presbyterian
ranpe at W~alhalla, last Sund ay
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, by Rev.
George M. Wilcox, Miss May
H~olden, of Rabun county, Ga.,
and J. B. Bowers. of Old Pick
eng. The young couple left
Walhalla immediately after the
Sceremony for their future home
m ,jPekens county. They have
Rthe best wishes of many friends
in Oconee. -Keowee Courier.
Dn't Wait Until the
~ ih'p the IEind
t hent hi anothet- patt of
J. N. Hallum, Proprietor.
Married by J. B. Newbery q
his residence Jan. 25, 1914 'Mi
Lee Turner and Henry Nix.
Mr. Carl Clayton, of Calhom
Ga., visited his father, Mr. J.I
Clayton, of Liberty route 3, r<
Married by J. B. Newbery -
his..residenco Jan, 21, Miss Jes;
May Hughes and Clifford I
Gantt of Liberty.
B. F. Alexander, of Keowei
was In town on business on Moi
day, He is a brother of Erne
F. Alexander, of Pickens.
Mr. and Mrs.'Melholland an
Misses Mary and Corine Roberl
son, of Greenville, visj~igtd M
apd Wrs-.T.-MTe-1fi 'this wede
Married by J. B. Newbery
his residence January 25, .19]
Miss Maud Nix and Robe
Chapman of Six Mile.
Charlie Fani and mother,
Anderson, spent the week-en
in Pickens with Mrs. N. F
Thornley. Mrs. Fant is spen<.
ing a while in town visiting r(
According to government rt
port, 17,935 bales of cotton ha
been ginned in Pickens c.uIt
up to January 16, 1914. 12,91
bales had been ginned up to tli
same time last year, making a
increase of 5,021 bales this sef
The people of Pickens are d
lighted to know that Dr. D. I\
Ramsay will serve as pastor
the Baptist church here th
year, and that he will p~reac
her'e on two Sundays in eac
month, instead of one as her,
Messrs. Silas and Rufus Ale:
andler visited in Pickens Monda.3
Silas is a successful merchar
of Chattanooga, Trenn.l, anrd
on a visit to his mother, Mir
Louise Alexander', of Old Pich
ens, and o~ther relatives in th
Prof. John Edens, who hai
been teaching the Wolf Cree
school this session, died at hi
home near' H-older's Ford, Mor
day after an illness of only
few days from pneumoii
Prof. Edens leaves a wvife an
several children to mourn hi
Supt. of Education R. T. HaW
lum of this county, attended th
Eneoting of the different suipei
[htendents of the state in Co
u lka ld.kt week. He wa
m chairman of the comm nil
tee ~Oh went before the legis
lature i behalf of better law
pertann o education.
W. P. Stewart and family lef
Pickens Monday for Calhour
Ga., where they will make thel
home, Mr. Stewart having pm
chased a farm there, He sol
his far'm near Pickens to hi
father, Mr. Robert Stewart. W
are sorry to see a good far'mc
leave this county, but wish hir
success in his new home.
Mr, "Bill'' Holden, of Saleni
died last Tuesday. He wei
about 75 years of ago and a car
cer was the cause of his deati
His body was burled at lig
Falls Friday, Rev. Mr. Abei
crombie conducting the funer's
services. Mr. Holden leaves
wife. one son and four daugl
ters. He wvas the father of Mrs
W. F. .Hendricks of this count
and she, with Mrs. J. C. Ale>
ander and Mr. and Mrs. J. A
Moiris of Pickens attended tI:
Last Hair Is Gone.
before applying a good hair
tonic. The time to apply
such a remedy is when your
hair shows the first sign of:
departing. We have a va-.
rlety of hair tonics for v'ari
ous kinds of hair trouble..
If you are troubled with.
dafldruff, falling . hair or 4
premature grayness, come.
to this pharmacy and se- '
cure the right remedy.
Dike's Quinine and Sage,.
50c and $1.00.
That Will Stay With You
The bab3 of Mr. and Mrs. T.
R. Allen is very sick.
There are some interesting ad
vertisenients in The Sentinel
( Mr. Forrest Eeith, magistrate
of Pumpkintown township, was
here on business yesterday.
Mr. M. D, Cantrell, a good
4 citizen from the Sunset section
C of this county, was in Pickens
Miss Emily Bright, stenogra
pher for Hon. T. J. Mauldin, is
" on a ten-day visit to her home
- in Pennsylvania.
We learn that the agricultural
and educational rally at Six
Mile Tuesday was even better
attended than the one Monday
t at Dacusville. - These meetings
s mean great things for Pickens
county in the future.
A successful dairy farm is be
mng conducted near Liberty by
two enterprising ladies, Mrs.
Louise Robinson and Miss Caro
line Clayton. These ladies could
give some of our good farmers
e pointers on dairying.
Mrs. Frank McFall entertain
ed the Entre Nous clubi last'
3 Wednesday afternoon at her
'- home on Hampton avenue. In
t addition to the large number of
members, Mrs. W. H1. Ashmore
was present. After the busy
d hour a salad course was served
b- by Misses Vesta Ashmore and
i'. Ora McFall.
Greg T. Maoldin is making a
t very liberal offer to his custom
4 ers through this paper. During
-t February he is going to give all
who spend money at his store a
chance to get, something free.
lie will have another announce
ment next week. In the mean
time, ask him to explain his
offer to you.
Gin Cotton on Tuesday.
During the balance of this
d season the Pickens Oil Ailill will
y run their gins on Tuesdays only.
4 Every Tuesday.
n1 An Anderson Sunday school
t- teacher was telling his class
that Sampson was the strongest
man, when one of the pupils in
teriulpted to say that he thought
Roosevelt was entitled to that
s "W hy do you think so?" ask
h ed1 the teacher.
hi "W\ell" replied the boy,
.Sampson took tihe jawbone of
an ass and slew four thousand
Phil istines. bu t Roosevel t took
a l m1uoose byV the horns and
killed the whole Republican
- party."-D)aily Mail.
!Chronic Constipation Cured
-"Ffve years ago I had the
s worst case of chronic constipa
tion I ever knew of, and Cham
berlain's Tablets cured1 me,'"li
s writes S. F. Fish, Byooklyn,
SMichi. For sale by all (dealers.
A car load of T[en nessee Mules
and Horses at Gaines & Gassa
-way's, Central. Cheap for cash
or' good1 paper'.
- Util I get ready to quit it,
- Kerosene at 12c gallon, any -
s quantity. Can and will save
you mnoney on plows or anything
- else. Wanted--100 bu. Spanish
s peanuts. 'T, D). H arr'is.
J4 or' Sale-1.000 pounds Hay,
5,000 bundles Fodder and lot of
t Sheaf Oats. A. M. Moluus.
1. Wanted- I will pay highest
-market price for egrs, chick
:1 ens, butter', cane seed, and coun
s try produce of all kinds.
e 3t R. W. KLtuv, Si Mile.
Wantd-T buy peas and
cane seed. IHighest prices paid.
Submit samples and prices.
Flour and Grain Co, wholesale
, grocers, opposite Pates and1
s Allen, Greenville, S. .
T1he State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
LI heT;reas. MarthaE.8mithi madeo suit to
ame togathrltesof administration
Tihese are T1herefore. to cite and ad
y monish, all and singular thni kindred and
.creditors of the said James H. Smith,
detceased, that they be and aippea~r be.
-fore me, in the Uourt of Probate, to ho
a held at Pickens, 8. 0., on the 12h day
of February. 1914, next af ter publication
hereof, at 10.o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why the
said Administration shouldi not be grant
Gliven under my13 hand and seal this
24th clay of January, Anne Domini 1914.,
JT. B. New bery
_______J. P. P. -~
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persona h~olding claims against the
estate of the late J1. ii Tihomas must
present the same duly proven On or be
fore the 1st day of March, 1914, or beo
debarred pay ment; and all persons mn
debted to said estate must make pay
menit on or befor.e the above date to the
MRIS. T. S. THJOM AS,
United States of America, District of
In the matter of L. A. Tannery, bank
Pursuant to the order of J. J. Mc
Swain, Referee, notice is hereby given
that I wifl sell at public auction, to the
highees. bidder for cash-, at Liberty, B,
S., on January 81st, 1014, at twelve
o'clock M., all of the one-fourth inter
est belonging to the said bankrupt in
the Liberty 10c Compny.~ Terms cash.
Trustee for aid Blankrimi.
Wo work when the dawn is gray,
And wo toil when the sun has sot,
And fow are the spoils that we tak
And small is the praise wo get;
And often our backs are bent
And often we rail at things
And daily babble with discontent
At the gains which our toiling brings.
We grumble at those who drive,
We wearily pause to sigh;
With little enough to keep hope allve,
We labor until we die;
Wo potter and patch and fret,
We hanmmer and plow and grind,
And, coveting more than th' pay we gel
Are stunted of heart and mind.
Wo work when the thunder rolls,
And we toil when the day is bright,
And wearily sigh that we give our soul:
For the pitiful botndntan's right;
Dur duties are sadly met
And we grunblo about our pay,
Iorgetting that we would be worse of
If our tasks were taken away.
Beyond the Reach of Help.
"Try to cheer up Mrs. Widderly,'
aid. the lady who had eone in tn nvm
Beginning Monday, I
Q numbered Coupon with ea<
made at my store and will
b ber in a locked box. On
Q have three of these numbe
y the persons holding numb
d first three drawn out will
G each number.
Q f Call and let meu explain it to :e~
SGreg T.M Mauldin,
Johanson's 5 asi
For anything from one cen
of Ink Tablets, wvorth 10 ce
for 5 cents. For Crochet C
chet Needles, Ribbons, Lace:
Will save you money.
Iohnuson's 5 an
Self rising flour
~ Roller King.
6 packages soda
6 packages was.
6 cakes Gold Be
You will find fr
One pound can
Special Dime 2C
Green coffee 25<
"Oh, I can't I can't" sobbed the be
reaved one. "It'is kind of you. to
come to me-but--but you can't help.
me. You don't know what I have to
"I know, dear, that I can't realize
the-depth of tour sorrow. Still, won't
you let Pe do' what I can to natkel
it easier for you?"
"It's no iUse-It's-no use. Oh, It
I could only quit thinking of it. I~ut
I can't. There is the receipt. I toldj
him to wait a few days. The premium:
wasn't due for nearly two weeks, and'
if he'd only have liqtened to me and
held off three days longer I'd be near-'
ly $800 ahead. I suppose I oughtn't
to blame him now that he's gone, but;
he always was so headstrong."
The Rich Man's Envy.
A rich man -looked upon a poor man,
And there was envy in his breast;
The lucky rich man wore fine raiment,
The other was but poorly dressed.
The rich man's fingots blazed with
Ten thousand men his will obeyed;
The poor man's hands were big and'
'And marred with bruises toil had,
The rich man, as he stood there gazing,
Forgot his power In the land,
And envied the down-trodden poor man,
For he could shave with either hand.
A GRAND PART.
"I should think,",
O-said the lady who
had never acted,
"that you would
hate to play the:
part of such ai
"Oh,"r e p I e d
the new star, "you have no idea what
opportunities the character affords for,
He Married Her.
le used to want to crawl
At her feet,
lie used to kiss her hand,
Which was sweet;
Ile was gallant then, but that
Was five years or so ago;
Now he doesn't lift his hat,
All he does is grunt "Hello,'
When they meet
In the street.
Meanest of Them All.
"Senator, who was the meanett man
you ever knew?"
"He was an editor out in-n)y state.
During one of my campaign-' he bolt-.
ed the opposition ticket and came out
for me and then charged n e 20 cents
a line for publishing a ca$ of th'anks
I wrote him about it."
Wanted--300 cords good, dry
pine wood. Apply to the Pick
february, 2, I will give a
:h 25 cent cash purchase M
put a corresponding num
the ist day of March I will tl
rs drawn out of the box and y
ers corresponding with the M
get three prizes-one for M
;a. Priz -s announce I next week.
Pickens, S. C
d 10 Cent Store
I to one tdollar. One job lot
nts each, closing out two for
otton Tatting, Shuttles, Oro
3, Flouncing and Embroidery.
dt 10 Cent Store
- " S. C.
1 SELL HE
ding powder 25c.
,nd soap 25c.
esh Groceries here at alli
an I al
ff - Th is l
)fe -8 Pe ;ers
Virginia Dare 35c. Oxford
parched, 25c per pound, shoes
c pound. -.
'40c per gallon. seed.
The Number of
State Physician Makes Report.
James A. Hayne, state health offi.
cer, is elated over the results that the
cards which lie recently sent to 1,300
physicians in the state have brought.
These cards were sent inclosing in a
letter, which reminded the physicians
of the law which requires them to re
port contagious diseases. Dr. Hayne
said that reports had been coming
into his office faster than he had e
seen them and lie expressed a.. .ie
that the doctors would coitineT their
work. Pneumonia seems .td ue preva.
Methodists Talk Mikaions.
At a Joint meetiig of the board of
missions, presidiig elders and lay
leaders of thie..outli Carolina Method.
Ist conferende , held at the Imperial
hotel, plias for the evangelical mis
sionary a d financial operations of
the c).rch for the year were discuss
ed. This was the mid-year meeting
of tite members and representatives of
iie Methodist church from all sectionc
of South Carolina.
The Conference was characterized
by deep interest and much enthusiasm
as the work was gone over.
Parcel Post Rates.
Packages weighing up to 'fifty poutids cani
now be sen( by parcel post. Parcels weighing
4 ounces or less ire mal1hable ait the rate of one
ceit for each ounce or fraction of att ounce,
regardless of dis'tance. 'arceis weighing more
than 1 ounces will, onl and after .lanuary !. 1911,
be nitlable at the f'ollowing pound rates, at
fraction of a pound belig consideredt a full
Weight lFirst Zonie secoti
L.ocal Zn Hate 'oneo Rte Znlhite
I pou nd ' $0.05 $40.05 $4.05
2 potuds .00 .04 .0
3 potidus .40 .07 .07
4 pounds .07 .AN ..W
6 pounds .07 .9 .W 9
0 pounds .08 .10 .10
7 pollilds .08 .11 .11
8 pounds .09 .12 .12
9 poinds- .4 .13 .13
10 potuis .11 .i1 .11
ii Poumds .10 .15 .F,
12 pounds .11 .11 .1
13 poll lids .11 .17 .11
14 pounds .11 .18 .18
15 pounds .12 .19 .19
16 poinds . .2h ..L
1'7 poun~ds , l a .21 .21~
18 pounds ,1l .22 ..2
I9 pounds , I4 .2:1 .2A
30 pounds .13 .21 .21
'2 pounds0 .141 .2t .1
33 Ilounhds .16 1 .27.7
24 p)ou nds .17 .28 ..y
35 pounds41 .17 .2142
10 poun11ds .:10 .31 .7
Witht the great, incase in mals o1 all classes
[t would he wveli for all the0 people to excr(eise
;reater enre wih the puackages and letters, 1but
7specially with packages. Wrapj the ipackage
oeu rely, or if it, is a box see thiat it Is a good
)ne, ntot easily blroken, as nearly all the miui
hat1 Is dam)aged IS causedl by being impIroperly~
Tlhen as to lost mail; at least 147 per (cnt is
ost bly not bleing pro pery addtressedI . A dd1ress
,ou r mail11 with) care, using pen and1( Ink, as pen
111 will sometimnes get ru 1)hed( off. Write to a
lln, legIble hand1(. Write 11he add(1ress7 in tile
ower rIght hand1( of you)r parcel, puttIng y'our
411m) and4( adldress at tile upp)ier left plart (If tihe
lackage, as tile la1w requitres thuat yo~ur name0
nd address a1pefr O 11n alpackaIges you mail11.
D)on't close your package so that1 It cannot be
'pened( easily. D)on't Inclose writing in your
anekage 415 that1 makes It first-class at 41 higher
ate. Mainy presents are not1 appreclated he
aulse the recipient hats had( to pay mnore
ue postage thlan tihe i)e'kage was5 worth.
A. M. MORRIS
ave a few odd sizes in men's bi
ined underwear. $1.00 value, 70
ys' Underwear 80c yalue for 50c
&ave reduced men's-over shoes t4
so a reduction in ladies' and mi
to make room for the Spring 111
>u will find a very attractive 111
s-men's, ladies' apd misses.
will reach -here some time in Febi
boxes matches for 5C,
imn going to handle Burpee Gi
KiE .S. (
The Big Store
ETRY train is bringi
loads of wagons, ug
ha'ware, edge tools, far
plements, poultry Wire,
wilre, nails, flour, feedstuffs, e
and you will always find here
t he largest S82 n X t1 _gines
to be found in this parti the
state, and as we are buying
themAni in large quantities we
+ are able to make you lower +
Irices than you can get the
+same goods for elsewhere.
It will pay you to keep in +
touch with the Big Store.
Pickens, South Carolina
To enter the contest for one of the prizes send this
coupon to the Contes' Department, Pickens Sentinel.
GOOD FiR 1,000 VOTES
I H-EREBY NOMINATE:
Mr. Mrs. Miss
Only one nomination coupon will be credited to a
contestant. The naine of a nominator will not be
ITS 20 Pounds
* 11 Franklin Sugar
eavy I have just a few pieces of plain glass
cpr ware to b~e closed out to make room for
suit. another shipment.
Large cake stands 15c.
Preserve stands 15c,
Large size water pitchers 15c.
Plain vases 15c.
75c Celery stands 10o.
7cSpoon holders 10c.
sses5- Pickle dishes 10c.
e of Butter dishes 100.
e of - - - - - - -.
'uary .We again call your attention to The
-- Headlight Overal. New stock just received.
irden Don't forgot to look over my line of