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May an.ue afyuge.tsatdofgown'ieyi hs
mo. KIeN LAX, the great household remedr for the tte
chacliver and kidneys, indigestion, or any disorder ae
arising from a torpid liver. To convince you of u
its goodness we will sell one bottle to a customer a
ths 3roub regular 50c bottle. Only a limited quan
titar. Money back Louarantee with each bottle.
Phone 24 togE. LEWIS, Ph. C. Prop a e
.,.SIDE DRESSING IS PROFITABLE
Your crop will be largely made or marred in the months of
"May andisume If you get it started off growing nicely in these
ronths, given good preparation. ou stand a very muc h better
chance of making a good drop and your crop will stand adverse
initits better in Juli and August.
If a pig gets stunted in its early youth, it pis almst impossible
eonmake agoodn rousing hog of it later. If aour cotton is stunted,
orif it ges sore shin or any of the other ailments to which cotton
is liable, it has to recover from this before it can take on its natural
growth, and it never does as well as it would if it had not suffered
these troubles. Side dressing, by supplying plant food, makes
....this plant vigorous and healthy and strong and it grows off from
the start. if you break your arm and set it, and get it properly
seit"n properly~ knitted together, it is never as strong as before
iwas broken. 'A tird with a brokenwing never soars so high
soe it is with your cotton. Early attention and early fer
imore than-half of the battle. 'There is no question of
dresing aying, Yo otice what top dressing did for grain
S g; as son as the top dressing as administered, the
ut oa the kinks, and if you administer side dressingli
to your cotton wi t come out of the kinks. The preparation for
ar-op has Frunusually fine this spring, and where the prepa
Sfaeonf i.fi theyfarmingis good and side dressing is bound to
Frenc farmers have found side dressing unproitable that is
Ia fet was applied too late; it should be applied early, as soon
ak bring your cotton to a stand, because you do not care t
sco whms d cotton that you are going to cut out; and as soon as
u .culet the gras out of you uot1, unu do not care to
Aid he grass; grdss takes care of itself in a crop if let alone
s e to tas this is done, then the side dressing should be applied
ad ou arenot going to apply too much of it. Ui to afew
years ago France uerd more fertilizer than the whole United
Setesof America and they did not use it all at once either. The
F enhe armr makeoto verop fiegros.fwlwetisgenadges
anda w yeaks pieopeil woner wit euaeshto okittl fertilier ni
-avei't crops.Je KesTlhe rtrof am Mrel hisoges dow littl lorenceh
good wo thande dese oteis tto gvey tim het ciaedit and whgien hn
wbetterpscandivaing his comunit having abot 1cropn of renrtilize tondh
acre; ais when hen aand can gateintai his rspecabilityered grow bumble
einteotton. tome aep; notmplaincthatn-hey cnotttoi baes we ihin 440s
potsectobu this acr. Noers ad not roble that st. of us hadkette
ierssokngou ctton preven eae tell whin cton is abgle deaset
tI bette fe.All u fertilizer awell fed chldan yoresittn dieae betri tans
hen patwhegsgt a martn'h cotton crpgosoftelhet ou gree out reasym
yourwiero hasen a art opThn oo, aeman felsopisgets oalyttl more wthan
ow, crop hose does oter0wpuse ito giveacreboft10-2-2digood You gilsvesi
28betteesadn if. amoaaohiscomnt hasbng aken crp of gre en, egrasysn
an cotton thn havingke ittso ylow, wousty stebuted 6bumbe bee cmoton
The wone is tat wuhe a mittn canmatain is raesecahlt ad rw mep
Yeu coatn. sme difeopeeb comparin a eld canofetze th hafds octtonrs
theti cotnbu fetisd. Yougwrllcomeo troe ouso that sortilike henr
geuin pokgoo ofigoods ookli wouldn hae ells mat doferene det
As yotto growsa your fiiertilie you antour ctndsd, he aloing in
ge-p ft the grasrain aonrt the cotton pln sgets.Nw tat uct otie reducing
takeson, jusat e ptim dwn your remainting cropgeprabl nthimore thant
Noewtrbo h supposeyo us0 reucdais toecreasm1-22gonds you crops sae
Whatunels camitndo? Whalf youfar this has eavkest upnb the rais, the merasse
th dand tyhe tken dot. odteronups you woldid bot6 oncof mone hia
food whyou ireased7 ctheir stalk tourln't yoweeth this tocsh tofmon.
In T evwnery itst o crrcto that suhaltlhetlzrwl aksuc ee differenc inth rorpar
pastantee ths difftere yedeei cmaigafedfrtilizd morethanfel ofncTere
isnoaaccidet abutilzd Yous-itll consequne A the conlsio that fetilize amgosno a
chnciovgting theodgod ors ite crouonetldde not mk suche dree.
I ul nd Augsthi outraeth igs cotton iseropn o its fruit, gow and whnheren o
th ainther conce pladont isetestjs t toh'eourmue enouhcon dte
strana isnget the asupptluntilplaurdayood, whic you aed reucd noion weak-in
ieng sornus and terin Ais increasntb th ddtionalberut that testwalyo
youe down, ou attetimiew your pant is prundgexpect and toirsted f crplnt
ith atr brok Otber.pl srdcdan sdcesn ndyu rphd
Inhat eleman' iarming When youro farmor his hoevey conp-heils you mainrea
theofiod and heny mae doneoto therown suppose That beidnth icrase.theilr
food hen ours icrse toedi, ork woldyook epet.te tohashbed, etomate
thtno every contetafr cman orendstn etilize has been enter0, lnofoeavmghs
isgtr than on hogodte drsig ecei side dressing the crop angta nets Tee
chance of etinger theprie in get crop ones wh does hat hide rsspie.heh
cro Is91 pathied. ymd h igetcto rpi asee rw n hr
w eoleraietevleo side dressing used thanee.Tiea profi acinit, Iftheya
didtwer feeuenthey oudo fnot expetmingveyu mue eoutbl co cange-t
theda meading te ltext ftil SatdaBooknagltt, nd wilu hae nohetin yof givnw
thentrughh cort and l wateApl o lfriee. lOtoe.bt hti wao
youw we arymkigu fertilizerotni espcill adaepetdt to fed adrespsinIl
it mtre ie tber.i lne;i eurs uce cin o htvri o
profitoandhe opi ma orne ttonco be yoeril. Taenhe ases it thill
crpyhmt neuire hseo, o eedave oponde aftert.Iteree esimadated
that freveryg dolae manacture n fertlize whc es ackt;6we aleavin 4-7-2
whis reterhnosiesig, because incsaltl quickereeng tehe 4-10-2 gets ever
obe ertilizter, werae it gesno-6,afofta whichsapecpto.I is al combmaton
ewenole, ealiesh alu of sidrowin and ofhieae prft wicotn iste
idbe Itewl sethe oul oeting, farm llbing yu more rfthable iT ctsnYo
te radin moe than teto tmes Good Boou pay litt willyo he yotiizr know
the gtuth, sie trthshaling. oufre
NW, wae hare aingme of feriier teselly tadte130pds o seesng cot
thake has dibeentfriefo side dressidwlungoutashay it baoes for _cthtwhas 1,00ppund
oftse ctime that crps plnte; ieressqued, acto, besdes wteverkes dnete
toampre. an tepiaor Juernest be e uickl.Tee.iesfti
crow, reuiethhste , owehe cmne fertilizer maebhnesnPcalysphte d o
esfetzrfrside dressing mouatrf any ohch iusce e ao have 4-er-2.
betitere stl then wrpe have .wichi rad madesanriti on hpe. It obnto
medicinee and tncagged. a crpgo-n ad f iesst hc otni
iAne.rtwilsou Poeth abte wl bringyo morethnitcst.y
ge hac moetanvr threienht you pay ouVnanydivheertilizaers.ha
Local and Personal.
Mr.Jeff W6lborn of Easley was
here one dav last week.
Mrs. M. J. Cauley of route 1
was in town shopping Saturday.
Clark McWhorter of Norris,
was a business visitor in Pick
C. C. Thomas, a well known
young farmer of route 3, was
W. R. Hicks of the upper sec
tion of the county was in town
on buiness Saturday.
Mrs. Erick West Hardy of
Virginia is visiting her mother,
Mrs. Mary Moore, in Pickens.
Is there not a town ordiance
relative to sweeping trash and
fruit refuse on the streets? If
so, enforce it.
Prof. J. E. Swearingen, State
Superintendent of Education.
was in Pickens this week, in
the interest of education.
Douglas Yongue has evident
ly joined the unknown tongue
band. at least he talks over the
phone in the language of the
Jesse Morris has accepted a
position in the postoffice here.
He was an accommodating as
sistant to his father in the post
office for a long time.
Our farmers will find the ad
vertisement of the Anderson
Phosphate and Oil Co. very in
teresting reading, and it may
prove profitable to you, too.
This is campaign year and
there will be many visitors in
our town during the next five
months. Remove the dirt and
show - them what a beautiful
place we have.
M. C. Smith is in Racine,
Wis., on business connected
with his automobile agency.
The Mitchell automobile factory
is located at Racine, and Mr.
Smith has the agency for this
popular car in several counties
of this state.
Notice of Stockholders' Meeting
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of Issaqueena Mill
will be held at the office of said mill in
Central, S. C., on Thursday, May 28,
1914, at 2 o'clock p. m. for the purpose
of considering a resolution passed by the
Board of Directors of said mill on the
6th day of May, 1914, proposing to in
crease the capital stock of said mill to
the sum of $315,000,so that the preferred
stock shall be one hundred thousand
dollars and the common stock shall be
two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars.
This notice has been authorized by the
directors by resolution of the board of
directors of the said Issaqueena Mill,
held on the 6th day of May, 1914, and the
said resolution was in the following
words, which is hereby made a part of
Resolved, 1. That the President and
Treasurer of the Issaqueena Mill do call
a meeting of the stockholders of said
mill, to be held at the office of the Pres
ident and Treasurer at Central, S. C.,
on the 28th day of May, 1914, at 2 o'clock
p. in., for the purpose of considering
and voting upon the increase of the cap
ital stock of Jssaqueena Mill to the surn
of three hundred and fifteen thousand
dollars, the preferred stock to be in the
sum of one hundred thousand dollars (
and the common stock in the sum of\.
two hundred and fifteen thousand dol- ,
lars, - W. L. GAssAWAY,
Prsdent and Treasurer Issaqueena Mill.
Central. S. C., May 6, 1914. 3
Notice of Final Settlement and
Notice isherebygiven that Iwill
make application to J. B. Newbery, f
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the State of South Carolina,
on the 4th day of June, 1914, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon. or as soon there
after as said application can be heard,
for leave to make final settlement of f
the estate of Joanna Burgess, deceased,
and obtain discharge as administrator
of said estate. F. BURGESS,
We take orders for engraved wedding
invitations, announcements, school an
nouncements, cards, and engraved work
of all kinds. Work of the highest
quality. The Pickens Sentinel.
Strayed or Lost-A black mare mule_
weighing about 850 or 900 pounds, and
about 7 years old; chunky build4iHenry (
A. Townes, Pickens route 5.
I want to buy two or three dozen cat
tle between the ages of one and three
years, and a few mule colts. R. A.
Hester, Liberty, S. C.. R. 3. 48tfQ.
Next Saturday-24 pounds sugar, $1; (
7 pounds coffee, $1; flour. $4.75 and
$4.95; "Kelly Flint Edge'' Axes, 75e;Z
fine tobacco, 7e plug; 5-gallon keg N.O.
molasses, $2. To be continued. It cer-1
tainly pays to see T. D. Harris. Cane
We have just received from
Hamilton-Brown Shoe Co., of
St. Louis, one of the most comn
plete line of Men's, Ladies'
and Children's Oxfords we
have ever shown.
We shall be glad to show
you our line, whether you want
to bu r not.
American ntlemren Oxfords
$3. d $5.00
~erican Lady 0. rds $3.00 and $3.50
raig os. Co.
House Fly Powders
Kill the house fly by using insect e
powders. They do the work well.
Be sure you get a good grade of ,
them. The Gee Dee See, Bee mP
Brand, and Black Flag are the
ones we recommend. 10 and 25c e
packages. : They also destroy T
chicken lice (not mites). Use ker- s.
osene for mites. T
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexali Store E
25 watt, 30c - 40 watt, 35c P
60 watt, 40c ca
Don't forget I still have Burpee ed
seeds, the best seed on the market
For A Few Days W
2 cakes toilet soap for 5 cents St
A special display of NESCO T,
enamel ware in window. Your
choice, each, 10 cents. n
In a few weeks I will advertise hE
a special price on cuos and sau
cers, plates and other dishes.G
2 boxes Matches for' 5 cents be
B. F. PARSONS, Pickens, S. C. E
~ asley Bargains3
at the Battery, Easley, S. C. *
SOur store is full from floor to ceiling of pretty new
spring goods. We are'prepared to show you one of
the prettiest lines of Spring and Summer Goods you
have ever seen, and our prices are the lowest. Our
dress goods department is - showing a pretty line of y
silks, crepes, ratines, crepedechines, pophins, and all nc
kinds of spring dress goods; also a pretty line of laces p
and embroideries for trimmings. re
Our millinery department is complete. Remember in
we can save you money on your Spring hat. We do not C
Shave to get such a profit on this line as we have other re
lines to make money on and you will find our prices on tu
Iall kinds of millinery goods to be very reasonable. Mrs. ai
Nettie Barton Wallace is in charge of this department se
and Miss Mattie Finley is assistant. These ladies will he ) te
glad to show you througb their department. T
Hosiery and Gloves
We are showing a nice line of hosiery in both silk
and lisle. We have several well known brands to select
from -Black Cat, Hole-proof, Knox Knit, etc. We also
carry the Hole-Proof silk gloves for ladies. Try a pair of a
our ladies' 50c silk hose. You will find them most as
goodI as the dollar kind. of
Shoes and Oxfords tl
We have a very pretty line of foot-wear. Have got F]
all the latest in this season's styles; in Pump's, Colonial pl1
Pumps, and Button Oxfords. i
Come to see us before you buy your Spring Suit. e
We can sell you a suit for $10.00. the same kind you/ er
have been paying $12.50 and $15.00. Why not let us $1 fo
save you $.5.00 on your suit? We have the~n from $5.00
to $15.00. Also a full line of boys' suits in all the leading ar
) colors in Norfolks and Double Breast style. Prices $1.50 i
Jut a few prices for comparison: a
36-inch guaranteed all-wool serge for 48c. s
:36-inch wool creape, the new material for skirts 48c yd 19
Best grade fruit bleeching only 10c yd- aT
39-inch Sea Island sheeting. the L. L. grade, 5c vd. B.
Figured curtain scrimn only 5c yd.
2 big boxes Searchlight matches only 5c.
S3 cakes toilet soap for 10c.
8 cakes best laundry soap for 25c.
S10 full pound boxes soda for 25c.
SAll kinds of calicoes, apron ginghams and cotton i
checks at 5c yd-.u
W~hen in Easley make our store your headquarters. fst
Our clerks will be glad to show you whether you want
to buy or not. Dr. J. L. Bolt is now a partner in this
bsiness and he will be glad to meet and wait on: all of
EDWIN L. BOLT & CO. a
The Store That's Always Busy
Easley, S. C. ee
Local and PersonaL
3'arrison Wyatt and L. B.
eeman were in Pickens on
siness last week.
Several old veterans of Pick
s attended the Confederate re
ion at Jacksonville this week.
Mother's Day will be observ
at the Pickens Methodist
urch Sunday. There will be
ecial music and a sermon ap
opriate for the occasion.
thers are especially invited.
We call your attention to the
'tice of President Johnson, of
inthrop college. relative to
:amination for scholarships in
at excellent. Examinations
ill be held in Pickens next
Only one tract of land was
Id he're on salesday in this
onth. The lot advertised in
ie Sentinel and which is locat
in Central was bought by
r. R. F. Smith. of Easley.
On last Friday, Mr John C.
Lincan, a confederate veteran.
ed suddenly at his home near
isley. His body was laid to
st at Duncan burying ground,
e service being conducted by
s neighbor, Joel H. Miller.
The seven-months-old baby of
r, Wesley Julian, of the Cross
)ads section, died Monday and
as buried at Cross Roads Tues
y. The bereaved family have
e sympathy of the entire com
unity in their great loss.
Mrs. H.Julian, whobe.husband
?d with measles about two
ars ago, was stricken with
ralysis at Mt. Carmel church
inday. while she was helping
arrange dinner. A doctor was
lied and she was. removed to
r home in a serious condition.
Prof. Eb H. Field has accept
the position with the Heath
uce-Morrow Co., vacated last
eek by Willie Edens. Willie
ill go to Greenville next week,
ere he expects to take a
urse in a business college. Eb
ll be glad to have his friends
11 and see him at the Big
The building occupied by the
ammell Musical Palace is be
g remodeled and painted, im
oving its -appearance greatly.
Ais place seems to be well
Lmed and is beginning business
ider auspicious circumstances.
r. Trammell will be glad to
.ve you call and look over the
sical instruments any time.
The closing exercises of the
ites school will be held Friday.
ay 8, beginning at 10 o'clock,
ed an excellent program has
en arranged. Among the
eakers who will be present
e E. P. McCravey,-J. C. Gar
bt, R. T. Hallum. Every
dv is invited to come and
ing well filled baskets and
end a day of useful en joy
ant. Gates school is now a
aded school and the past ses
rn was a most successful one
der the supervision of Prof
'ank Welborn and Miss Addie
Greenwood's horse show open
last Thursday, and-experts
y the horses are better than
ty exhibited heretofore.
st Prompt And Effectual
Cure for Bad Colds.
When you have a bad cold
iu want a remedy that will
it only give relief, but effect a
ompt and permanent cure, a
medy that is pleasant to take,
remedy that contains nothing
jurnous. Ch a mb erla in's
)ugh Remedy meets all these
quirements. It acts on na
re's plan. relieves the lungs,
ds expectoration, opens -the
cretions and restores the sys
mn to a healthy condition.
1s remedy has a world wide
le and use, and can always be
pended upon. Solds~ by all
inthrop College Scholarship
and Entrance Examination
The examination for the award
vacant scholarships in Win
rop College and for the admis
mn of new students will be held
the County Court House on
iday, July 3, at 9 a. m. Ap
tcants must not be less than
teen years of age. When
holarships are vacant after
.lv 3 they will be awarded to
ose making the highest aver
:e at this examination, provid
they meet the conditions gov
ring the award. Applicants
r scholarships should write to
esident Johnson before the ex
'ination for scholarship exam
Scholarships are worth $100
d free tuition. The next ses
in will open September 16,
L4 For further information
d catalogue, address Pres. D.
Johnson, Rock Hill,-S. C. 4
nnouncemens of candidates for office
'ickens County will be accepted and
rted under the above heading at a
form rate of $.5.00 each, invariably
advance. Announcements for Mag
For County CommissionerI
'he many friends of W. S. PARSONS,
Liberty, announce him as a candi
e forCommissionler of PickensCounty,I
ject to the choice of the DemocraticI
ers in the coming primary election.
.t the earnest "olicitation of friends,
er myself a candidate for re
~tion to the dce-of Couuty Commis-.
er, subject Itd' the action of the
+?We are still closing out our Dry
i Goods, Shoes, Notions, Clothing,
+ Millinery, etc., and -we are offer- +
+ing some special values in Ladies
Queen Quality Oxfords and Men'r
4 Crossett Oxfords. Almost any
+ shape or leather to 'select from.
+ We are giving a substantial cut.
+ on these well known makes o
We are closing out this depart,
ment and you can buy a nice hat
+ for less than one-half the regular
It will pay you to visit the Big
Store before you make your Spring
4? Cornpany 4
+? Pickens, - - So. Car. + 4?
Trammell Mu. f
sical Palace !
This is a place of beautyM
n and joy forever, and here
n can be found a well se-&
lected stock of small ipu
n sical instruments, .sheet
" music andsrie of Amer
n ica's most famous makes
of pianos. .Come and
see us now and we will
save you money.4
Trammel' & Sheib
a Piekens, S. C.
DO NOT FAIL TO SEE US J
6 lbs. of good coffee for $1.00, and a
better one, 5 lbs. for $1.00.
20 lbs. of sugar, every day in the
week, for $1.00.
A full line of. Geo. D. Witt Shoes,
ad every pair guaranteed.
A full'line of men's fur hats from a
Stetson down to a 25c one.
The top of the marepaid for all
kind of'pr duc.X IMVENDRMCK1S 2