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We are prepared to suppl:
follows: White Snow Fla!
King, all good field varieties
Bean seeds in bulk as fol
Valentine, Refugee or 1000 1
Running or Pole: Kentuel
(cornfield), all at 15 cents a I
Also many other kinds of
are Buist's Seeds of Philadel
Leave orders now for Nan
be sure to get them, then.
J. N. H4ALL.
OLD COINS - Ol t'olii. %I Ily largi
amounts for some issivs ItII .lut. nli
yours to us. H1arri)o.'s O i3 sifr, -; et-ivi ' II
SPECIA L OFEoiitints e.s1n1ineL fronl
Pickens county to our Greetihille otlwe for 0 1
work: As we are mieubt'rs of tile I'hitht'l-l
Con inerce, we refund railrimt fare-. A. A
Odon, consultingi O tomietrist 01.h. I'n'cst
dent Tho Globe Optical Co.. .\st Te3(,n'. ,
Greenville, s. c.
WANTED-Men and woinen u% III- -in i fow,
free particulars if 3ol wishI te, ii-t Is merit 1l
- hone-manitfetured toilet irrc e . n s ui '
inatic gas ligliters, etc., or to start a hiti . f
our own at home or at you r fice (I loilite' oI
suainess which requires $1 it stairt iner itii
tal. Address M. & P. !,ss:.1 il) i . 'I' -
Frost Proof Cabbage Plants direct
from the coast,.85 cents per thousand.
Leading sorts. L. M. Pooser. Box '274.
Orangeburg, S. C.
For sale-Vandiver' ,e;ry Friuit
er Cotton Seed. M. Morris.
Fould-Betw en Pikens and Lib
erty, a bunch of s. Owner can get
same by callin The ISentinel ofice
and paying f -notice.
Plant Vanudiverai' lleay Foit
ing Gotton Seed. Will produes 1-3 mlort
n any other variety in existence. iHip
boll with five locks to boll; makes a good
sample; opens before frost; easy vicker
Write to E. S Griffin, Greenville, S C ,
Route 3. 3
Morphinae,3 Hero'4in. Corn11ist.
Opium and Whiskey Iliabits Secretly
Cured et Your Home or at my private
sanitarumn without suffering or' inlcon
venience; established lourteen years;
cure guaranteed; corresp)ondence' sol ie
ited P. 0. Box 269, Atlanta, Gan 3
For' ani e cheap - Good horse51. andi
buggy. C. E Robinson, P'ickens 4i;
F~orsaie -Vandiver's II eavy F'ruiter
cotton seed, $1 00 per' bushel G,. A
Ellis, Pickens, 415t
F'or Maie-The genuine P' IMlICNTO)
sweet pepper seed, att 1(0 cetnts peCr
package, obtained for us by Miss ,ianie
Garlington from the Biarnwell c'lulb, to
whom importation was made. Furmnan
Smith, Seedsman. Phone 4(64, A nder
son, S. C. 47
For1 Seale-I have for sale a quani
tity of feed stuff, such as fodder, corn.
baled peavines, straw and shucks. See
M J. Welborn, Pickens route 3. *ie
Mtitchell'N Early Double P'rol ilic
Yield Cotton-Tested and proven the
earliest, most prolific and la et v~ield
lint on A aere. t.620 pondis.
Doub. -ointed, bolled, limbed and y ield;
ti early and continuous; dlefies boll
weevil, insects, disease and frost. My
booklet and large picture describes how
to produce double crops on hal 1 the aicres.
Every sack sealed and guaran teed. Price
$4 per sack, 3 1-3 bishels. Freight al
lowed except tro a my distributing
points. Sugar oaf Cotton Farm,
Youngsville, N. C. .19
F'or Sale- Slightly usedl market re.
frigerator; also several computing scales
in good repair. We are Carolina head
quarters for eyery thing required in gro
cery vtajres and butcher shops. South
ern:Scale and Fix ture Company. P'olum
bia, S. C. . 51
White Wyaadottes-My birds won al
State fair, Spartanburg, D~arlington anm
National White Wyandotte State cui
for best displa at Chester. W. .i
Uausey, Columbia, S. C. 51
Wanztd-All kinds peas1. Qutet( bes
price and quantit you have for sale
Send samples. J. P. Walers, l~a~range
And Save M
ALL MEDICINE-NO FIL
medicine and stop payin;
cottdil seed hlulls, etce., gI
Let us talk to you abo
KEG WEE i
-~ THE NV
r you with Early Corn Seed as
to, Golden Dent and Hickory
, at 15 cents per quart in small
lows: Bunch-Early Speckled
o 1, and Stringless Green Pod.
Ly Wonder and Nancy Davis
Garden Seeds in builk. 'lhese
p)hia, and there arenone better.
cy HBall Potato Slips. You will
o No. 8
Foil' a e-i-One 6-room house an(d
lot in Pickens. IWill sell at at bargain
o exchange for- good, clean stock of
groceries. D. F. Pace, Pickens. 48
I en ilve ynoso 111sa14y on Flour.
Sell it ft mill prices. I I! it goes down
you get the alvantage of it. One price
to everybody. I have some good prices
on tobleo; a jol) lot to go cheal). Kelly
Axes, 75 (e'nts. Bring Ol your (0111,
lens and hams, for it pays to see 1'. D.
For Sal- -;old and silver Campene
eggs $3.of) to $5.50 per setting. My
C'ampenes are the finest strainl procur
able. ilving been imported from E.
Lewis .Jones. Oscar K. Mauldin,Green
ville. 8. ('. 51
Engraved Wedding Invitations, an
1nouncements, cards, stationery, etc., of
the highest< quality and latest styles can
be had at The Pickens Sentinel oilce.
See our samples and get our prices.
Preston's Plants- --Get my catalogue and
pricelist for spring delivery. Fred N.
'reston, [ine Castle, Florida. 51
I'or Sale -Two me(lium size, good
young mu !es. Will sell at a bargain or
consi(ler a trade for a1 good b)uggy
horse whose qualities and age must be
right. .3. T. Richey, Pick ens. 43tf
For Sakle Pure bred Bronzc turkeys
for breeders. The large kind, raised
last year. h ave over a hundred. They
must go. Manager of the J1ones Farm,
ox265, Kershaw, S. C. 52
We will sell to the highest bidder on
Saturday, April 10. 1915, commencing
at 10 o'clock a. mn., at the residlence of'
the late ,John TI. Lewis, the personal
pr1operty of the said1 John T.'. Lewis, to
wit: I lousehold turni ture, farming
tools, one one-horse wvagon, one buggy
and harness, one lot of corn, fodder,
etc. Tlerms,~ cash
.J. F". Lawis,
"Amerncan Quartet," Friday
Announcements for Mayor
I hereby announce myself a candidlate
f (or the office of' Mayor of the City of
Pfn jn" the approaching election,
tineL u'^ wes and( regul at ions
g overn ing such elec' ti'. "
SAM B. ( 'IAI(
Some of the many friendIs of' G. R.
llendricks hereby announce him a enn
didlate for 'e-election to the office of
Mayor of' the City of Pickens, subject
to the rul es governing such elections.
I hereby announce myselfI a candidate
f'or the oflice of' Ma yor of' the ci ty of'
P ickens in the approaching elction,
subject to the rules and regulatio~ns
governing such elections.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State andl Federal (Curt,
Greenville Oflice P'hone 210
P'icke'ns Oflice Phone 39t
aney by Using
2( at r'ate of $1l00.00 toni for
'ounti tlp. 23 anti 50('.
at it. .
R. . LEWIS, Prop -
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Funny Cartqgns-Great Sing
Dr. Long, of Liberty, was in
J esso J. Lewis, of near Wil
liamston, was in Pickens on
business last Friday.
Mr. John Childress, of near
I)acusville, who has been quite
sick is reported better.
Mrs. E. E. Mauldin, of near
Easley, who has been critically
ill for sometime, is improving,
we are glad to state.
The Hagood school closed a
successful session Friday and
Miss Mattie Griflin, the teacher,
has returned to her home in
Mr. Ben Smith and Miss Ver
million of Donalds, were the
guests of Miss Geneva Looper,
on Easley route 6, last.Saturday
M. 0. Looper carried the mail
on Pickens route 4 last week in
place of J. W. Langston who
attended the Woodmen meeting
Pickens train No. 5 now leaves
Piickens at 3 o'clock every after
noon, instead of 3.15 as former
lv. 'Thxe change was made Mon
day, March 22.
Messrs. G. R. E-endricks, B.
B. L Boon and S. B. Craig, can.
didates for mayor, have all
served as mayor of Pickens at
Mis. Remus Henderson, of 602
.\larshall Avenue. Anderson, is
spending this week with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. McD.
Farmer near Pickens.
E. E. Mauldin. one of the best
known citizens of the county,
was at the county seat on busi
ness one day last week and paid
The Sentinel a very pleasant
The Ladies' cottage prayer
meeting will meet Friday even
ing at 4 o'clock with Mrs. J. M.
Stewart. All the ladies of Pick
ens are cordially invited to be
J. K. Lathem, prominent
planter and citizen of the Nit.
Carmel section, paid the Senti
nel office an appreciated call one
(lay last week, while in town on
C. L. CIreton of Pickens and
0. R. Doyle of Calhoun have
beeni app~lointed by Gover'nor
Manning as Colonels on his staff.
T1h irty-fiv~e mn~' compose5 the
staff' and1 thev applear' with the
governor' on all state occasions,
left Sunday for their home in
Spencer,. N. (C. after a weeks
stay with their par'ents, Mr. and
i's. Hfill and Mr'. and Mr's. Bar
ney H-. Whit mire, of Cr'oss
The State Inter- High School
Or'at orical and Athetic associa.
lion will hold its meet in Colum
bia on1 Airiil 22 and)( 23. For the
first tiime the Pickens school
will t ake part in the contests and
has a fair' chance of' winning a
Mr i. Draperu'i, of. the- D)raper'
JIn.11m Mlfg~-ft;T ost on, Ma.,
.3-444stor at the Pickens mill
latst wee(k and made favorable
coI.nnn~ent npon condlitions at
he Pickrens mill last wveek and
mi ade fa voralel( conment upon
conidiltions at that mill.
The P ie d m o n t Intei'r-High
School Oratorical and Atheletic
as-ociationi will hold its annual
meet in Greenvyille on April 16
and 17. Students from eleven
schools will c'ompete. The)( Pick
('ns county schonols belonging to
the association are Easley, LAb
erty and Central.
James, the ten-year-oldl son of
Mirs. WV. C. D~acns, dlied( on the
.16th instant, from pnleumonia
at his home at D~acnsville. The
remains were intorr'ed in the
cemete'y of Nine Forks Baptist
c'hurch. The bereavedi fantily
have the sympathy of a host of
fRev.ds. Irvine Keeler of. (en
tral, president of the South Car
olina Wesloyan Methodlist con
ference, was a visitor at the
home of B. F. Parsons this
Iweek. Mr. Keeler is an enthus
iastic pr'oh ibitionlist andl will
likely be0 hleard' from (luring the
campaign this year.
Mr's. L. E. Wiggins delight
fully entei'tained t h e Entre
Nous club at the Methodist par
sonage last Wednesday after
noon. After an hour spent in
em broiderin g a nd other fan cy
needle work a salad course fol
lowed by cafe noir was servedl.Be
sides about t wenty-five members
the following visitors were pres
ent: Mr's. R. A. Boweni, Mrs.
D). WV. Iott, Mr's. Gary Hiott
and Misses Elinor' Knight and
Ora McFall. This proved one
of the best meetings the clula
has held and Mrs. . Wiggins
*proved a most charming host.
School Auditormnm --Don'i
Watch the paper next week
for some good prices on guano.
S. A. Roper of Liberty route
4 was at the county seat on bus
We are expecting to see the
court house. square look a lot
better after clean-up week.
Miss Edna Earle of Calhoun
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Earle, near Pickens Sun
R. B. Waldrop is having a
dwelling house erected on Hamp
ton avenue and will soon move
The advertisements are an in
teresting part of this paper and
if you do not read then) you will
be the loser.
There will be an all-day sing
ing at Mount-ain View church
the first Sunday il April. Ev
Claude Mann and Rev. E. M.
Bolding and ieland Bolding of
Six Mile Were in Pickens on
Mr. Jones Fuller, proninent
lawyer and business man of
Greenwood, was in Pickens on
business last week.
Dr. J. N. Hallum has been
sick for several days. We hope
for this genial gentleman a
speedy and permanent recovery.
The W. C. T. U. held an in
teresting meet ing last Thursday
at the home of Mrs. J. M.
Stewart. Fourteen new mem -
bets were recently added to the
Presiding Elder Kilgore, of
the Greenville district, will
preach at the Pickens Methodist
church next Sunday at 11
o'clock. Quarterly conference
will also be held there Sunday.
Read This Correction
It has been rumored over Pick
ens county that all necessities
have advanced in price. Many
things have. George Washing
ton cut the cherry tree down,
because he wanted it ()OW N)
and for the next 30 days I will
put dental prices where Wash
ington put the cherry tree. If
you are going to have dental
work done inl the near future,
come to Pickens before the thirty
TV. A. SEA wHIGHT, D. D. S.
Some Things You
Should Know, Friends
YOU GET A
Hair Cu...................... 15c
Razor H-oning........ ...... 15
Andl we Guarantee Satisfaction
C hildress and R eece' s
Next Door to Craig Brothers
By Buying Here
We have just added a complete
line of Canned Goods5 and Gro
ceries to our store and wvill sell
them at prices wh ich wvill sutrprise
andl please you.
No. '2 Tomatoes, can........ 8
No 3 Tomatoes, can.........10
Sweet Potatoes, cani............10
Peas, can......... .......l..10
Salmon, can, 5, 10, 15 and... .20c
Dessert Peaches, can ........10
We save you from 3 to 100 on
Ievery can of goodls you buy from
us. Everything is guaranteed
PICKENS FRUIT CO.
Next to Folger, Thornley & Co's
We Sell for Cash and Sell for Less
Staple and Fancy Groceries
fresh all the time.
Fresh bread at all times frorr
Greenville's new bakery.
My restaurant is the placc
to go when you are hungry.
When you wvant fruits and
candly you can get the best her<
I appreciate your business
J. C. Alexander
The place to get good things
self a pres
time and i
James P. Carey went to Honea
Path iast week to see his brother,
Wm. H. Cary, who has been
very sick. We are glad to hear'
that M r. Carey is im proving aid I
hope he will soon be well again.
The millinery onenings inPick-1
ens last week attracted many
ladies who were loud in their
praise of the new hats shown.
Refreshments were serve(d 'at
each millinery store during the
The lyceum attraction which
will appear in Pickens Friday
night has proven so popular this
season that the lyceum bureau
has been forced to raise the price
on it for next season. Everv
town wvanted it to return.
Mack Morgan and L. J. Nich
'olson, of Calhoun, w~ere in Sen
eca Sunday and visited the form
er's parents, near town. Mr.
Morgan is mnanager of J. D.
Morgan's store at Calhoun and
is an excellent young business
man.--Farm and Factory.
Sixteen thousand fish were re
ceived in Pickens Tuesday morn
ing and have been placed in dif
ferent streams in this section of
the county. The fish were sent
from the U. S. government
hatchery at Erwin, Tenn., and
are rainbow and -brook trout.
This is the largest shipment of
fish ever received in this section
*and will greatly replenish the
streams of this county with fish.
A representative of the govern
ment accompanied these fish
here, and he also carried several
thousand to River Falls in Li reen
Joseph Dodgens, a good arid
honest farmer died at the home
of his daughter, Mrs. Aiken four
miles west of Pickens last Thurs
day, aged 69 years. Mr. Dod
gens had b)een in ill health a
long time. He was a member
of Secona Baptist church and
the funeral services were held
there Friday, Rev. D). W. Hiott
preaching the s er m on. He
leaves five children as follows:
Mrs. Tilda A iken, Messrs. Ir win,
Lewis and Johnny Dodgens, all
of Pickens county, and a son in
Texas. The bereavedl ones have
the sympathy of friends in their
Mrs. Jane Childress Dead
Mrs. J ane CJhildress died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Thos.
Looper,near Cross Roads church,
on March 19, and was buried the
dlay following at Cross Roads,
after funeral services conducted
lby her pastor.
Mrs. Childress was about 76
years old and had been a consis
tent membar of the Cross Roads
Baptist church about 60 years.
Her first husband was Mr.
Frank Looper, who was wvound
ed in the battle of Chancellors
ville and died later of gangrene.
His faithful wife wont to his
bedside at a hospital in Virginia
and was with him when death
came. He had requested that
his body be brought back to the
old home for burial and the faith
fuil wife carried out his request.
When she arrived at.Greenville
she got a neighor to annl tha
mod March 2
AYTON CONRAD, The Great Cartoonist
(OURSELF THIS PRESENT
neone offered to give you a new Bluebell
Tou would jump at the chance. Make your.
ant of one. It will not really cost you any
bhis separator pays for itself by saving you
York, and by actually increasing your dairy
profits. Come in and see one
of these machines set up. It
is so simple you cannot help
understanding it; so perfect
you cannot help lik
ing it. The skimming device on
the Bluebell loses no butter fat in
separation. The spiral cut gears,
made of semi-steel, the phosphor
bronze bushings at every wearing
part, the trouble-proof, self
adjustable bowl spindle
neck bearing, all insure
long-lived, efficient ma
chines. Come in and make
a personal examination.
We have 1 II C Bluebell
>arators 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
Harter'sA No.1! [
The line "Harter's A No. 1" is the Big Line in Flour
IT stands for the best when made into a biscuit. IT
stands for a guaranteed pure wheat flour. IT stands
14 for quality; it pleases the housewife and the whole
Sfamily. IT'S never bleached, electrically or with
Schloride. Tlhe PRICE most times is less than other
Sgood flours. Let us place a bag of this flour in your
ShOnoeand let you judge of its quality. (JAN WE?
Yhen you are in need of good, clean Groceries,
phone us your wants or come to see us. All roads and
~( phones lead to our store. Use them. We will be glad
Sto see and serve you. Our goods and service will merit
Syour patronage. Get Headed for Flynn's!
SJ. T. FLYNN
9 "Good Things to Eat"
)1 PHONE 18 Martin Building EASLEY, S. C. )M
S$25.00 GOLD WATCH- FREE!
Drop in our store and get a chance at a $25.00 Elgin Watch free.
it costs you nothing, as we are doing this to ket acquainited with
the good people of Pickens county.
We have some exceptional bargains in several lines and can.
save somebody some money. A lot of men's and boys' $1.50 and
$2 50O pants to Lgo at 89c. A lot of crockery ware to go at half price.
A lot of hosiery and sweaters to go dir t cheap. Fresh and com
plete line of groceries at close prices all the time. Bargains in*
many other things. We will appreciate your business.
Highest nuarket price paid for country produce.
PICKENS, S. C.
remains home in a loaded ox-IMisaeJnswohsbn
wagon and she walked by the Itahn ut ucsflyna
side of the body. She after- Taelr et ssedn
ward married ~J. Thomas Chil- soetewiherpenM.
By the first marriage Mr. Bird MrJsehldoasemn
-Looper of this Icounty and Mr. oto revlewshr
Perry Looper of Georgia survive Tusa.Ti en i l.
her. By the last marriage sev- oehsmn red r l
eral children survive. Besideswasldtoeehm
these she leaves two sisters, Mrs.
S. M. Looper of this county and A .Suheln a ui
Mrs. Roper of Georgia. Mr.ss. iio oGenil us
(Jhildress' maidlen name wasda an Weesyofti
To all of the bereaved ones we Thcomdusrieneo
extend our heartfelt sympathy.JaeAnrsnsnainco
Oolenoy Local NewsFamwrintsvintyi
Misses Grace Mauldin anidfaoalwetro hept
Pearl Sutherland spent Satur- ek u epl r elzn
(lay and Sunday with relativesasnerbfeththirs
at Dacusville.cesothfrmdpd na
Prue Heondrix Is in Greenville vr hruhpeaaino
this wggk on business,.h latbd
Messrs. Port-is .Jones and Kay
Williams, of D~acusville, were
among the social visitors here SeThSntelfrriig
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Keith
spent the week-end with rela- LV eunum rtise
tives inndrMenvllW..B. Jo80s.
Mr JsphRidna aeia