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-e1(re ae tp su oly
to s Ph d6W Plaki
n~' all 0o60rltis
"s s In- bulk as foll
Valeitine, Refugee or 1000 to
Runni Po le: Kentuckj
(cornf d),al at 16 cents a pli
Also paany other kinds of (
are Buist'o Seeds of Philadelph
tkeave ordets. now for Nancy
be sure to get thenm, then.
J. N. HALLWI
OLD COINS -Old Coins. We pay large
amounts for some issues antd <tes. Bring
yours to us. larrison's Drug Store, GrecaivIlle.
SPECIAL OFVER-To patieits coing froin
Pickens count to.,our Greenville ofice fior eye
work: As *Ate members of the Clanber of
Con merce, -I ;s'fmud ralrontl faires. A. A.
Odom. consuii optonietrist )rt lehVig. prest
dent The G0obi Up0itieal t'o., Masoile 'Telille,
WANTED-Men aid woment write quic'kly for
free particulars if you wish to ave as aigelit for
homo-manufacturect toilet articles: also, nuto
matio gas lighters, etc., or to start a losiness of
your own 9t home or at yotur ofiee oi place of
business. which requires $1 to $'! start lig unpi
tal. Address M. i)istributiing Co . Box 105,
Concord, On, :
Plant Vandiver's Heavy Fruit
ing Cotton Seed. * Will produce 1-3 more
than any other variet in existence Big
boll with five locks toboll; makes a good
sample: o enA before frost; easy picker.
Write o 8. 1 Griflih, Greenville, S C
Raote 3. "
orhinue. Ierin0 . Coca~ie.
Opium "'Ad Whiskey Habits Sec'etly
Cured at Your Home or at my private
sanitarium without suffering or incon
venience; established fourteen years;
cure guaranteed; cqrrespondence solic
ited P. 0. Box 261P Atlanta, Ga 3
Ior 4af--Van- er's Heavy Fruiter
cotton seed, bushe. G, A.
Ellis, Picken.- 45tf
For Nale-The genuine PIMENTO
sweet pepper seed, at 10 cents per
package, obtained for us by Miss Janie
Garlington from the Barnwell club, to
whom lmportation was made. Furman
Smith, Seedsman. Phone 46.1, Ander
son, S. C. \ 47
Mitchell's Early D~ouble Prolifie
Yield Cotton-Tested and proven the
earliest, most prolific andl largest yield
lint on record per acre, 1.10 piounds.
Double jointed, bolledl, limbed and yield;
fruits early and continuous; dlelies boll1
Weevil, insects, disease and frost. My
booklet Mid'large picture diescribes how
to produce double crops on hal f the acres.
Every sack sealed and guaranteed. Price
.$4 per sack, 3 1-3 bushels. Freight ad
lowed except from my distributing
points. Sugar Loaf Cotton Farm,
Youngsville, N. C. 419
lFor Sale-Slightly usedl market re
,frigerator; also several comp)uting scales
in good repair. We are Carolina head
quarters for everything required in gro.
cery stores and butcher shops. South
ern Scale and Flxtur~e Company, Colum
bia, S. 0. 51
White Wyandottes-My birds won at
St ate fair, Spartanburg, Darlington and
National White Wyandotte State cup)
for best iislay at Clhester. W. .
Caiaseg,_Co umbia, S. C. 51
.jior Sal'e'-T~o medium size, good
youn ''thI~."Will Mil 'W a bargain or
consider a trade' for a good buggy
ho W'hose. qualities and age must be
- .ri ht J.'T. RIe ey'Pick ens. 4i3tf
For Sale-Pure bred Bronze turkeysl
for breeders. The lage kind, raise d
last year. Have overa hundred. Theyl
must go. Managet p the Jones Farm,
Box 265. Kershaw, C. 52
Engraved Wedding Invitations, an
nouncements, cards, stationery, etc., of
the highest quality and latest stylesca
be- had at The Piekens Sentinei oflice'.
See our samples and get our prices.
Prestods. Plants-Get my catalogue atnd
Dricelist for spring delivery. Fred M.
Preston, Pine Castle, Florida. 51
Foe Safe-Gold and silver Campenm
eggs $8.00 to $5.-50 per' setting. My
Camnpenes are the finest strain p)rocur
* able, having been imported from E.
Lewis Jones. OscpirK. Mauldin,Green
vil le, S. C. 51
Wor gale-One 6-room house andl
lot in Pickens. Will sell at a barg~ain
or exchange for' good, clean stock of
groceries,.-D. F. Pace, P ickens. 48
Wanted-All kinds peas. Quote best
price and quantity you have for sale.
Send samples. J. P. Walers, LaGrange,
N. C. - 51
A HAPPY EAS']
at We serve Nun
aour Soda Founi
See our new
. rght pp to the nf
'9-" < ~ Phone g4
you with Early Corn Seed as
3, Golden Dent and Hickory
at 15 cents pg quart In small
ws: Bunch--Early Speckled
1, and Strinaless Green Pod.
Wonder and Nancy Davis
arden Seeds in bulk. These
Ia, and there are none better.
Hall Potato Slips. You will
sauoutm RI oc
First Prize Win
ners. Eggs $1.50
1and $3 per setting
of 15 eggs.
T. A. Seawr-igh t,
- Pickens, S. C.
For' E'chaagt-New Automobile
Tires for old oles, all sizes. 66 Swan
dale Bldg. Peerles Tire Co., Green
Ville, S. C. 7
Pernomal-L ook: Cure forspongy,
bleeding, inflame(l gums and loose teeth;
testel 30 years; satisfaction or money
refunded. Medicine, postpaid, $1.50.
Dr. C. M. I)oss,. 1). D. S., Cooper, Tex, 4
Lady AgematM-We have bigsellers
for private canvassing. Our goods sell
fast. Big prollts. Circulars free. 0.
W. Necessity Cr.., P. 0. Box 12, Char
lotte, N. C. 4
Lo0t-One Red Jqrsey male pig.
Anyone finding it piedse let me know.
E. H. Heaton, Pickens R. 3. 48
For' aie -A few good, cheap mules
for cash or good paper at Gaines &
GajjWw'S. Centril. 49
Loxt --Between Pickeiis and Easley,
a right-hand black automobile drivin
glove. Finder will please return to The
For u al --Imiproved King cottoi
se(. W If Sutherlanl. Pickens.S.C. <9
.I'Tie saa ill pa-'ice oin best Flour' made
is $7.60. 1t will sell it to youm at that
or lower if pr'ices go off'. I will pay lac
foir eggs, 9e pound for liens, 13e pound1
for fryers, cash oir trade. Bring any
thing you have and let mec price you
flour, for it always pays to see T. D.
Siate' of South C'arolina,
('ouniiiy of Pickeins.
IBy J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Mirs. Lidia Capps miade suit
to me to grant heir let teirs of adminis
tiration of the estate and effects of
Samuel Capp)1 s.
These aire, ther'efoire, to cite and ad
mnonish all and singular the kindi'ed and
creditors of the said Samuel Capps, deL
ceased, that they be and appeair b efor'e
me, in the Cour't of Probate, to be held
at Pickens. 8, C.. on the 15th day of
April, 1915, next after pubillication here
of', at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show (caulse,. if any they have, why said
admmiistration should not be granted.
Given under' my hand and seal this
29th clay of March, Anno D~omini, 1915.
JI. B. NEWHiERY (Seal),
'18 J. P. P. C.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pleckens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate .Judge:
Whereas, Tr. A. Bowen made suit to
me to grant himt letters of administra
tion of the estate and eff'ects of j1. y.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the creditors of
the said J. E. Parsons, deceased, that
they be and appear before me, in the
Court of Probate, to be held at Pickens,
S. C.,. on the 16th (lay of April, 1915,
next after' publication hereof, at 10
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause,
if any they have, wvhy said administra
tion should not h~e granted.
,Given uinder my hand and seal this
29th day of March, Anno D~omini, 1915.
J1. B. NawnIERY (Seal),
'18 .J. P. P. C.
A tr'nnk shipped fr'om Nor
folk, Va., t~o Dar'lington last
week attracted the suspicions of
the DarlIington police. When
opened it was found to contain
eleven gallons of whiskey.
ER FOR HER
rnally's Ice Cream
ine Stationery -
R. E. LEWIS, Pa'op
j. 0, Dodgens of route 1 was
in -towf on business Saturday.
P H. .Sentoll of Liberty -route
3 was hege Saturday dt business.
J. R. Ferguson of route 2 was
in toWn one day last week on
Jeso Mofifl has greatly im
proved the appearance of his
residence with several coats of
We aro requested to announce
that there will be a box supper
at Norris on Monday night,
Edgar Morris, of Washington,
D. C., spent a short while last
week with his parents Mr.. and
Mrs. A. M. Morris.
Mrs. S. R. Floyd of Greer, and
her little daughters, Dorothy
and Mary, are visiting her sister,
Mrs. J. M. Stewart.
J. P. Carey, Sr., J. P, Carey,
Jr., and John C. Carey attended
the funeral of W. H. Carey in
Seneca last week.
A. B. Anderson and Jesse
Simmons of Central were in
Pickcns recently visiting rela
tives and friends.
Berry C. Holcombe, a promi
nent citizen of Easley route 2,
was in Pickens on business Sat
J. T. Hutchins and family
have moved from Pickens to
Liberty, where Mr. Hutchings
has a position as master me
chanic in one of the mills.
H1. J. Lewis, well-known citi
zen of the Sunsit section, was a
business visitor at the county
seat Monday. He has been con
fined to his home with grip for
sometime, but has recovered.
The Ladies' cottage prayer
meeting will meet Friday even
ing at 4 o'clock with Mrs. H. A.
Nealy. All the ladies of Pick
ens are cordially invited to be
Among those from Easley
who attended the lyceum at
traction at Pickens Friday night
were Dr. .,. L, Jameson and
Messrs. J. N. Smith and J. E.
13. N. Glazener, a promitient
citizen of Cross Roads, and his
daughter, M iss Lenora Glazener,
were in town Saturday. Miss
Glazener has been teaching the
school at Eastatoe and closed a
siccessftil session there Friday.
A. B. Taylor is still paying
t-hie highest market prices for
crossties antd will give a $3.00
broad-a x'e to the persIonl selling
him the greatest~ hmber of ties
duiringL~ April. See his ad1 in
TIhe Pickens I rain wvill make
an ext ra tril) to 10asley Fridlay
night for the)( aIccommodation of
those who w~ant. to attend the
oratorical (con1test. The train
will leave Pickons at 7 o'clock,
01) the (dot.." Round trtip farei
will be 50 (cnts.
Mac Bowen, second son of
Mr's. Oliva McGowvan Bowen,
died in Springfield, Mo., last
Tuiesday af ter an illness of short
duration at 25 years of age. He
was a son of the late J im Bowen
and grandson of the late Col. R.
E. Bowen of this county. His
mother wvho lives in Greenville
and several brothers and sisters
survive him. He was wvell
known in Pickens.
Lee G. Hlolleman, president of
the Peoples Bank of Anderson,
is the latest candidate announc
ed for congress in the Third dis
trict. Others who are expected
to mak~e the race are Fred H.
D~omin ick, lawvyer, of Newberry;
A. H-. Dagnall, lawyer, Ander
son; H. C. Tillman, lawyer,
Greenwood; Wyatt Aiken, pres
ent congressman, Abbeville.
Prof. W. W. Benson has
tendered his resignation as su
perintendent of the E a sle y
schools to take effect at the
close of 'the presen t session'. Mr.
Benson has been elected to fill
the chair of mathematics iin the
Baily Military I n a i tu t al
Greenwood and has: accepted
the position. He has been al
Easley three years and the peo.
pie there are loath to give him up.
A n adver'tisement of unusual
interest to automobile ownerE
appears in The Sentinel this
week. It is the advertisement
of the Piedmont Automobili
Association of Greenville. The
object of the association is th<
maintainance of automobiles of
mfembers a t a minimum expenst
b~y obtaining supplies, such as
extra parts, tires, spark plugs.
oils, etc., with the exception of
gasoline, at first cost, no dealere
profit being added. Those do.
siring information about the
association may find out by ad
addressing Box, 179, Greenville,
Reported that cross-tie mar
rises. Such reports are fals
regardless of when timber is.
when you are idle. ..Cash rece
during these hard times.
I will give a $3.0o broad'
most tics during month of Ap
A. B. TAYLOR,
The advertisemetits hi"
Issue of The Sentinel. are unus;
uall-interesting. It may meaik
d6ilars saved' to you to read
Jule P. O'Dell and R. R. Elli
son both living near Easley were
here Monday. a
W. H. Williams well known
citizen of Dacusville township
was at the county seat last Sat
urday on business.
Wade C. O'Dell is having his
dwelling house remodelled and
enlarged. Mr. O'Dell is one of
the county's most prosperous
planters, living between Pickens
J. Robert Martin, Esq., of
Greenville, was a business visi
tor in Pickens Tuesday. Mr.
Martin is a prominent attorney
and has announced his candi
dacy for the position of solicitor
of this judicial circuit in the
The Pickens county boys ora
torical contest will be held in the
Easley school auditorium Fri
day night, April 2, beginning at
7.45 o'clock. The county track
meet will be held at the Easley
mill ball park on Saturday,
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 (DOWN)
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 (lone in the near future,
come to Pickens before the thirty
T. A. SEAwaron'r, D. D. S.
S A V E
By Buying Here
WAe have inst added a complete
line of Canned Goods and Gro
ceries to our store and will sell
then) at prices which will surprise
and please you.
No. 2 Tomatoes, can........8c
No 3 Tomatoes, can.........1c
Sweet Potatoes, can.........1c
Salmon, can, 5, 10, 15 and... .20c
Dessert Peaches, (call........1c
We save you from 3 to 100 on
every can of goodls you buy from
us. Evreryting~ is guaranteed
PICKENS FRUIT CO.
Next to Folger, Thornley & Co's
We Sell for Cash and Sell for Less
Some Things You
Should Know, Friends
YOU GET A
Hair Cut.................. 5
Razor Honing ............1c
And we Guarantee Satisfaction
C hildress and R eece's
Next Door to Craig Brothers
St~aple and Fancy Groceries
fresh all the time.
Fresh bread at all times from
Greenville's new bakery.
My restaurant is the place
to go when you are hungry.
When you wvant fruits and
candy you can get the best here
I appreciate your business,
J. C. Alexander
The place to get good things
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courtu
Greenville Offce Phone 210
-Pickens Offie Phone 39
ket in Pickens will close after sai
e. I will buy ties at all times,
.ut. Cut ties and haul their
ived for k:heni wvill help :mucd
axe to the person bringing me
m ~. kens
self a pres
thing, for -
time and av
In Honor of Miss Griffin
The Uniscellateous shower given on last Fri
day afternoon by Miss Nellie Freeman for Miss
Norma Griffin, the popular bride of (lie spring
season, was anl event of unusual interest and
pleasure. Promptly at the appointed hour
about thirty-five young ladles arrived at this
hospitable home and were greeted by the hos
tess and her mother and immediately after
wards presented to the receiving line, at the
head of which stood the bride-lect,beautifully
gowned in black crepe de chine. Upon elitei
lig the reception hall delicious. punch was
served by Misses Mad and Eummie Griin, sis
ters of the bride-elect. After several musical
selections the guests were presented with cards
upon which were written the words "Grifin
Woodruff," and were asked to make words
from these letters. Only five minutes -was
given for this contest, at the end of which the
lirst prize was awardlrd to Miss Addle Riott and
the consolationl to Miss Vesta Ashmore. Son
ufter this an express messenger, in the form of
little Mliss Sarah Freeian, entered drawing a
wagon loaded with nlumerous parcels for the
bide-elect. These proved to be beautiful and
useful specinmens of handwork f'rom her many
friends. A n lee cou rse, with faney cakes, was
servedl. A fler M endelssohn's wedding march,
very suggestively rendered by MIss Frane.s
liruce, the guests departed.
Another of the pre-nuptlal events given ini
honor of Miss .Norma Glrlin was the afternoon
tea at the home of Miss Elizabeth Dullose last
Saturday afternoon. Fourteen of M iss Gri lln's
closest friends were present oni this occasion
Arriving, the guests were greeted by the hostess
and her mother and were then ushered into the
parlor, where they were presented to the bride
elect. The decorations of ferns and jonquils
presenltedt a beautiful scene. Each guest
brought with her a recipe for a drinty dish1.
These were neatly bound in a ni1ce cover and
given to the bride-to-be. D~uring the afternoon
an interesting contest was indulged in. Each
guest was presented with a telegram blank and
asked to write a message, each word of
which should begin with the following
letters: "G-r-i-f-f-i-n." In this contest Miss
Ora McFall and Miss Helle Ypngue wvere the
winners. Late in the "afternoon salad and tea
E. A. Stewart, who has been
visiting relatives and friends in
Pickens county for some time,
returned last Thursday to Dil
A few days ago Prof. Hallumi
met with the patrons of Olga
school district at Peters Creek
church and the progressive peo
ple of that section -decided to
put the school on a graded sys
tem and build a new two room
house, also to vote a special 8
mill school tax, the election to
take place at Olga school house
next Saturday April 3. These
good people deserve a better
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition from the freehold
era and electors of Calhoun School Dis
trict No. 8 has been filed with the County
Board of Education asking that an elec
tion be held to determine whether or not
a special levy of three mills shall be
levied on said district for school pur
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
tee V. Ua ailbove-named district do hold
an election in said district on the 1.7th day
of A prIl, 1915,- at J. D. Morgan's store.
The trustees are hereby appomnted mana
gers, the election to be. conducted in
accordance with section 1742 of the
By order of the County Board of Edk
ucation. R. T. HALLUM,
Seey. and Chairman.
Announcements for Mayor
I hereby aninounce myself a candidate
for the office of Mayor of the City of
Pickens In the approaching election,
subject to the rtiles and regulations
governing such elections.
SAM B. CRAIG.
Some of the many friends of G. R.
Hendricks hereby announce him a can
dildate for re-election to the office of
:Mayor of the City of Piekens, subject
to the rules governing such elections.
.I hereby announce'myself a candidate
for the office of' Mayor of the city of
Pickens in the approaching election,
subject to the rules .d regulations
governing such elections.
B. B. LABON,
rOURSEIFi I" E
neone offered to give you a new <.1ebell
rou would jump. at the chance. Make ygtep
mnt of one. It will ot really cost you any.
his separator pays for itself by saving.yu/
rork, and by actually incresing your dai-y
profits. CoMQ I and see one
of these in!ehines set up,
is so simple you canot help I
understanding it; so perfet.
you cannot help lik.
ing it. The skimming device on
the Bluebell loses no butter fat it
separation. The spiral out geafs,
made of semi-steel, the phospir
bronze bushings at every wearing
part, the tro'able-proof, self
ad justable . bowl spindle
neck bearing, all insure
long-lived, efficient 'ma
chines. Come in and mike
a personal examination. I
We have I H C Bluebell
)arators in these sizes:
No. 1. 350 lb.. capacity per hour
No. 2. 450 lbs. capacity per hour
No. 3. 650 lb. capa'eity per hour
No. 4. 850 lb. capacity per hour
U Hartler's ANo.[
n Profit sharing coupons in every E
9 . bag.n
nt 100 barrels at special low price 9
"Good Things to Eat"
M( PHONE 18 Martin Building -.EASLEY, S. C. )(
For Men, Women and Children
Ready for Your- Inspection
The Question of
-. Spring Footwear
is now occupying the
thought and attention
- . of men and women
-------who are particular about
the appearance of their
feet, and we extend to
you a cordial invitation
Sto visit our store and inspect the new fashions. Our
~Spring Exhibit comprises the season's most popular
Styles and Patterns in Men's and
Women's Fine Footwear.
Oxfords and Pumps at
Prices to Suit Everybody
a When in Greenville make our
store your headquarters.
Let us measure and fit, your foot
in the rnext- pair.
PRIDE, PATTON &"TILMAN
~Greenville, S. G.
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