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The Rexall Store
d. N. HALLUM, Proprietor
Phonse No. 8
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).( The line "Harter's A No. I" is the Big Line in Flour g
IT stands for the best when iade int o si biscuit. I'
stands for a guaranteed pure wh(at flootr. 1I stands M
for quality; it pleases the hiousewife anl the whole M
family. IT'S never bleached, electrially or with
chloride. The PRICE most times is less than other
good flours. Let us place a bag of' this flouir in your
home and let you judge of its quality. ( 1AN WE?
When you are in need of good. clean Groceries, N
phone us your wants or (101me0 to see us. All roads and M
phones lead to our store. Use them. We will be glad
to se and serve you. Our goods and service will merit
Your patronage. Get Headed for Flynn's.
"Good Things to Eat"
PHONE 18 Martin Building EASLEY, S. C. )
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+Preserve Your Meat With
* Liquid Smoke
When you get ready to hang your meat let 'us
sell you a jug of liq1uid smoke. It will give it an ex- 4
cellent flavor and keep off insects. 4
'How is that horse or mnule?, ..rr -'is 'n-'diog
well try' one of our medicatefr(~lt brick on him. Only
25c each. -
We wantiT tKgood butter we can get. Also 4
chickens, eggs, pefinuts, andl all kinds of grain. We
need at present 29 bushels of pop corn. If' you have
any for sale see i. 4
We appreciate your business and wvili try to treat 4
you right. Come to see us.
Craig -Bros. Co.
Pickens, . . . South Carolina 4
TREAT YOUR STOCK RIGHT*
And Save Money by Using
Lewls Stock Tonic.
ALL MEDICINE-NO FILLER. M ix you.r' own stock:
medicine and stop paying at rate of $400.00 ton for
cotton seed hulls, etc., groun~d up. 25 and 50c.
tet us til to you about it. -* ~
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UP_ R p$T
Some Things You.
Should Know, Friends
YOU GET A
H air C ut..........................
Razor Honing ......... ........ 15c
And we Guarantee Satisfaction
Childress and Reece's
Next Door to Craig Brothers
Cleanup. Week at the
Pickens Mill Village':
Last week was "Cleanup" week at
the Pickens cotton mill village, and as a
result the village is one of the cleanest
and most attractive in the state .now.
The mill offered prizes for the cleanest
yard and a disinterested committee vis
ited each house Saturday afternoon and
selected. the prize-winners. Saturday
vening a public meeting was held
ind the prizes were awarded. At this
mneeting general health rules were also
iscussed. Following is the program of
Prayer by Rev. L. E. Wiggins.
Song-Carolina-by school children.
Health Acrostic, by little children.
Some Health Rules, by Hygiene class. Me
The Health Alphabet, by children. to
Recitation-"Mary Had a Little Cold" --
by Floyd Massey.
Talks, by Prof. Hallum and Mr. Wig
Awarding of prizes, as follows:
First prizes, clean yard, $2-Kathleen 4
4auldin; largest trash piles, ball and sal
iat to boy, doll to girl--Clyde Adams, tr
Second prizes, clean yards, $1 each- anl
lorence Parker, Ada Stephens. at
Third prizes, largest trash piles, 50c.
ach Hovey Porter, Bertha McKenna.
Fourth prices, clean yards, 25c. each - ea
Retta Rogers, Edna Powell, lin
Lena Galloway, Bolt Pace, Dc
Ilovey Porter. Frank Massey, fri
Homer Aiken, Oscar Powell. b(
Trash Pile-Roxie Holcombe. to
Box Supper at Mile Creek lo1
There will be a meeting of the Mile
Creck School - Improvement association -
at the school house, Saturday, March
20, at 2 o'clock. Addresses by promi
nent speakers from 2 o'clock to 3.30.
There will be a- bdx supper at 3.30. hc
There will also be a cake sale. Hot th
chocolate and cake Will be served at 10c. an
Proceeds of sale to go for improving the sit
above school. The young ladies are -
cordially invited to come and bring
boxes. The young meln are also invited fr
to come and (line with some of the pret- i
tiest girls in the country.. ce
Mas. W. E. CunRTrs, or:
Secy. Imp-. Association. bia
Notice to Trustees, Teachers and gi
You are requested to ho pres- of
ent at an educational meeting ha
to be held in the court house on~
Saturday, March 20, at eleven St
O'clock a. m. Hon. J. E. Swear- Ni
ingen, State Superintendent of fo
Education will be present. He '
writes that he wvill discuss the
school term, local tax, state aid, pr
alnd compulsory education. It h'
is desired that all of the trustees
and teachers of the county be
p~resent. R. T. HATAoU, . g
(Co. Supt. of Ed. ab
Notice of Election -'
An Election Will Be Held in the fe
City of Pickens Monday, Sc
April 5, 1915,|
Por the seleetion of' a' Mayor and six
Aldermen. Election will be held in the a
:ourt house. - -
W. T. Griffin, M. 0. Looper and J. L. P
. W. F MAULDIN,.City Clerk.
P. S Allpersons expectmng to run bu
rmayor oralderman are requested to pe
adtheir names to Clerk of Council, pe
W. F. Mauldin, on or before Thursday, gc
April 1, in order that he may have the mi
tickets printed in proper form and time. ne
Notice of Election |H
state of South Carolina,
Jounty of Pickens. - y
Whereas. the General Assembly of*c
the State of Sou'th Carolina at its regu-h
lar session, 1915, passed an net author- rnj
izing and requiring the trustees of Re-'"
union School District No. 12 to hold an
election In their district to determine'f
whether or not an extra levy of two Ij
mills shall be levied on said district forI
school purposes. .. n
Therefore, it is hereby'ordered that 0?
the trustees of Reunion S'chool District A
do hold an election at their school house o'
on March 20 for the above-stated pur- w
pose. The trustees are hereby appoirit
ed managers of said election, the elec-,j
tion to be hell ccord ng to seetion 17421
of the gener sttutq _..y
By order of i nty Roat-d of Ed., .
udation. R. T1. M, fo
- .Co.. pt. to J
Notice to Ieb~ 4 E
All persons hold e
estate of the late W
resnt he amedal roven oip
for the lt deyp Apr,1915, o~
barred paymen; an all pe
debted to said estate rust.
merit on or before the above . etle
undarsigned. MRs. L~tJLA .
A cup of Good Health-giving Cof
fee sets you right for the day's
work. Not how Cheap, but how
Good Is the question. Buy a
And you- have the. EQUAL OF
TWO POUNDS of Barrel Coffee.
Luxlann. to Clean,
Healthy and Fragrant
when you open the can.
Who knows but that the store
cat slept in the barrel or bag the
night before you got your supply
of loose coffee?
For Sale by all Good Grocers
Announcement for Mayor
some of the inny friends of G. R.
ndricks hereby announce him a can
ate for re-election to- the office of
yor of the City of Pickens, subject
the rules governing such elections.
Onme of the best buggy mares for
3. Qualities fine. T. E. Craig, Cen
1, S. C., R No. 2. 45
k'eM-We teach you the barber trade
I give position in our chain of shops
good wages for $30. Atlanta Barber
lege, 10 E. Mitchell St., Atlanta, Ga.
Iitcell's Early Double Prolific
)ld Cotton-Tested and proven the
liest, most prolific and largest yield
t on record per acre, 1.640 pounds.
uble jointed, boiled, limbed and yield;
uits early and continuous; defies boll
evil, insects, disease and frost. My
Dklet and large picture describes how
produce double crops on half the acres,
ery sack sealed and guaranteed. Price
1)er sack, 3 1-3 bushels. Freight al
ved except from my distributing
ints.- Sugar Loaf Cotton Farm,
>ungsville, N. C. 49
WVansted-I will pay $1.25 per bush
ncsh, for Spanish peanuts. Pari
[-have eggs for setting. White Leg
rns, young strain: cock bird one o
e finest in the state; has won prize.
iong strong com petitioci Also hav
igle comb Ancona eggs for sale
ev.) W. A. Lamar. Easley. S. C. 4
For Sale-Slightly uied market re
igerator; also several cmputing eale:
good repair. We are Carolina head
arters for everything required in gro
ry stores and( butcher shops. South.
ri Scale and Fixture Company, Colum
i, S. C. 51
Wanted- Young man holding firsi
sde certificate wishes country school
Pickens county. Adldress Box "E,'
3kens, S. C. 39tf
Let me book your orders for Nitrat<
Soda and 16 per cent Acid while]
ye a good price. A. M Morris 42t
WhIte Wyandottes-My birds won al
ate fair, S partanburg, Darlington and
ttional W hitc Wyandotte State cur:
r best display at Chester. W. J.
iusey, Columbia, S. C. 51
Wanted-All kinds peas. Quote best
ice and quantity you have for sale.
nd samp~les. J. P. Walers, LaGrange,
F~or SalI--Gold and silver Campene
ga $3.00 to $5.50 per setting. My
mpenes are the finest strain procur
le, having been imported from E.
wis Jones. Oscar K. Mauldin,Green
le, S. C. 51
F~ngraved Wedding Invitations, an
uncements, cards, stationery, etc., of
Shighest quality and latest styles car
had at The Pickens Sentinel office,
e our samples and get our- prices.
Preston's Plants--Get my catalogue anm
icelist for spring delivery. Fred M,
'eston, Pine Castle, Florida. 51
Wanted-A few good, soundI ecstnut
los. See A. M. Morris. 42tf
Bring on your- corn and get $1 per
shel;. your running peas5 and get $2
r bush~el; your cane seed and get $1
r bushel. Have the agency for as
od mill as can be found, and will
ske, you flour at mill prices. You pay
middlemen's profit if you buy flom
o~m me. It always -pays to see T. D.
Il or Sale-Two medium size, good
ung mules. Will sell at a bargamn oi
neider a trade for a good buggy
rse whose qualities and age must b
tht. J. T. Richey, Pikens. 48tf
We Know of one sure way for th<
rmers to save money in making the1
tton crop is by using the Covmngtor
Ill Cotton and Corn Planter. On<
an can thin four acres per day. Thei
e peck of seed Is all you want to th<
re. You see the saving? Ask an
rner. Get one at the PIck ens Hard
are and Grocery Company. 41
For Sale or Exchange-A good-bugg;
id harness or will exchange for cattle
le S. G. Dorr or Hughes Bros. 4.
For Sale-Pure bred Bronze turkey;
r breeders. Tpe large kind, raised
at y H aveover a hundred. Thes
ug Manf the Jones Farni
era C - --5:
WM' t pT RIoCo
Largest anc test
displ ayed stock of
gtric Lfghting Fixtures
GR$$NVILLE, s, C.
self 4 pi
.1. .1. bteSwA IN SAM B. CRAI
Greenville, S. C. ikens, S. u.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Couri
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
Dr. L. L. Jameson
Physician and Surgeo
Easley, S. C.
Diseases of thq Stomach a Speciali
Office over Easley Bank. Res. Phone 1
When in Pickens call at
Porter's Barber Sho
and Have Your Barber Work Done
FIRST UILASS WORK AT
AZOR HONING 25 C ENTS
Nex t door to Keowee Pharmacey, Picker
Staple and Fancy Grocerie
fresh all the time.
Fresh bread at all times fron
Greenville's new bakery.
My restaurant is the plac<
to go when you arc hungry.
When you want fruits anc
candy you can get- the best her<
I appreciate your business
J. C. Alexander
The place to get good thing:
Notice of Election
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, the Genoral Assembly c
the State of South Carolina passed a
act at the last session authorizing thi
trustees of Rpunion School District N<
12 to issue coupon bonds for the pui
pose of purchasmng a lot or lots an
erecting a school building and equippin
same. The act furthermore authorize
a~n e Lc o.. toj be held on March 20, 1911
to determine whether or not the trui
tees of the above-named district she
have power to issue and sell coupo
bonds of. said school district for a
amount not exceeding $2500.00 for thi
Therefore, in accordance with th
above-mentioned &e t authorizing tli
election, it is hereb ' ordered byth
board of trustees that .'aid electio be
*nd the same is heret y ordered a
March 20, 1915, to dete. mine whethe
said bonds shall be issue 1 or not, an
that T. N. Smith, Carlis' a Newton an
- Harmon Williams are her iby appointe
a managers of' said electio.n at Runio
j Achool house, The uaid managr asa
e declare the result'of said etion an
,make returns thereof to thai jard.
'It is further order-ed -that is notle
be published in The, Pickcenn -$entli
and the Easley Progress.
The* election to be conducted accor<
ing to the law, rules and regulatior
governing general elections.
(Signed) . W. Nonnis,
E. E. SMITrH
,rr;. .. R E . Schoo DSut,I
YOURSELF THIS PRESENT
lomeone offered to give You A hA0 o.bll
r you would jump at the elanee. Mfdle you
osent of one. It will not re4y cobb you tiny.
rhis separator pays for its.lf Ay ing you
work, and by actually increaing qut dairy
profits. Come ii and dee cue
of these machines set up. It
is so simple you cannot help
understanding it; so perfect
youT caynnot hlp lk
ing it. Th #kimming device on
the Bluebell loses no buter fat in
separation The Op.ral out gears,
imade of serni-eel, the phosphor
bronze bushingd at eVery wearing
part, the trouble-proof, self.
adjustable bo*I spindle
neck bearing, i insure
long-lived, elliejnt na
chines. Come inetd nake
a personal exainiation.
We have I H C lluel
;eparators in these sizes:
No. 1. 350 lbs. capacity per hour
No. 2. 450 lbs. capacity per hour
No. 3. 650 lbs. capacity per hour
No. 4. 850 lbs. capacity per hour
To the People Who Wear Shoes
We wish to annour.ce
that we are going to
)close out the sakof~
Shoes wehave oliand.
.at actual cost. Just as
soon as space can be
made we, will add a
complete line of No
tions a nd. Novelty
$1.75 Shoes Reduced to $1.50
2.00 ". "1.75
2.25 "'" 185
2.50. " . "" 1.95
3.00 """ 2.40.
'$2.50 Shoes Reduced to $2.00
-3.25 " , " 2.75
3.50 " " " . 290
Unbleached Sheeting 41 inches
wide to go at 8cyard.
B. F. PARSONS
Stor tht Pt 'Gaid I ~in
Mr. liditor: I warit to thank for their fathi service May
our friends and neighbors for Od besc e a~ one
th eir good deeds and kindnegas tofhm. I also at to thank
us during the six weeks' illnes feLoa a Black for
of my wife. I feel that I cai theIriatbu tir~ce.
never viepay the debt I owe them *. - W. F. HJAYNES.