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Served at Pickens Drug Comj
only the'bestlbut the cleanes
at Biltmore, N. C. Our
Ice Cream Delivered in 'I
J. N. HALLIJ
I Local and
Avery Looper of revilh
spent Sunday in Pickens.
A. V. Hamilton spent sonday
with his parents in iash-v.
Miss Mary Cashion is sin-ndi og
the week with her paeilns in
Mrs. Furman of Clemson i(l
lege was the guest of ' -rs. I'. C.
DuBose last week.
Mrs. Aaron Boggs :and liss
Ina Boggs are on an extenih-d
Yisit to relatives in (.alhoniun.
The township singing con vtn
tion met with the chnreh at lw
Pickens mill Sunday aftrniion.
Mr. -and Mrs. 1. l. %anldiir
and Misses Nannio anil SIwlla
Porter spent Sunday ill'n ral.
Miisses. MIildlred Clox. 1"''nun10s
Bruce, N annia ~tlli Il 'i elorr
were Gieenyule Vitol's \ua
Miss Ella I liott, who Iluas 1 I
teaching school neaIr I'elz'r. is
at home for the sununi '1
J. . I'Trtter a good eilien of
Pickens route 4 was inl t(1ow1n
Monday andi paid Thei Santinot
Miss Eula Attawa v :nl Mus'
Parrott of Liberty si' .nl Suinay~
with M\'rs. Belle A\itaway in
Mr's. J. Rosemiolit MAirtinu.
Eiasley was the guest of NIt
W. F. Mauld in a shorat w'hilIe
We are glad to web-o'aine la-k
0 her home Miss Ilorh id1 ('a;I-ev
who has beeni lein-huiin near
The Sunday school at ( 'at aa
chee uinder the leadersip of Ni r.
0-. 1F. Norris is one of t in- veriv
beCst ini the county.
Mr. and Mrs. J . 1'. Isanniiist er
and Mr'. and Mr's. TP. I I. ( ) Il Il
of Liberty visited Mr. andl Mir.
W. T. Bowen Sund1ay.
Mr's. M. J. (Cauley anl dauighi
ter' Miss Nora, of Piekens ruate
1 weore pleasant visitors a t t ie
-entindl office last Mondar.
Mr. and Mr's. Thonips laihdox
of Central route 3 spenti Sundaav
with the latters paronis NIr'. andl
Mrs. Petty Freeman.,neaar Pick
The many friends of Mr's. I1.
E.. Grand y w ill regret 10o lea rn
that she is confined t o lher' r'oon
on account of tronuble w itl hheri
Miss Margaret Aftta way w ho
has been teaching lte Mt.
Carmel school has ret.iinaned to
hoe' home in Pickens f'or I ha'
Revenue officers dest royedl a
large still in the (aternl'h part, of'
the county last Wed'nesdlay.
The still was in operationi but
the operators escaped1.
Larry 0. Thornl1ey and Squre
J. L. Gravley were grand jur'ors
at the recent term of' federal
court In Greenville, and .J. C.
Jennings was cou rt bailiff.
It's a Temptit
' ~KEO WEE PA
P+ on- +
)any's Soda Fountain. It is not
t made. Made at Vanderbilts
Soda Water can't be beat.
'own at 50 Cents a Quart.
a No. 8
Pastor I)avid Iliamay will
preach at. the Baptist church
lextSunday morning am(night.
Le.t. every K. of ). be on hand
nexf Monday night at 8 o'clock
at the. hall.
J oh n J()(, Me I'ali of W-olford
v l-, spent I ih w Neek-olnd with1
\\'e an. sorry ho repo t that
Alt.T. 1 ). Hia rris is very Sick
and1( h14p11 she1 will -,(Ofn h,ve well
h4r if lioark, Chief of P1o1lice
Nealv. Cistable Christopher,
anld J. ('. Alexanlder attenided
f erlcu inl Grenville last
ihe Iaadies' CoAtage praver
eietinug will eltv Fridav 've
ing at, 4 o'clock wit hii r1s. I . 1.
Dav'is. All Iihe hnlies ( l'iek
tnlar coaliallyv inlvied to be
Na v 1igh'1, 'lay , is
rll itf for the K. ()f* P f'odg'e
o f IAeen.:ll formIler memi
lrs an' iuied to atten1d and
atiti I biv& St ansel(l wxentt onl a
Ii'ingte trip (on ihe headItwaters
1)f i\ 'OVt ' Ii ver' t he1 f Iirst i'rf of
)oh last t hird Sinnlay night
dliel a lie Iidress nt mis
W8oid en' h-etion foriI ~'i hold a
Te ikens I Cha l~k'ptr to. lng
'1..\. )1. illioh the regular
m ini nextst t l'it hi ni'i gh o't it
ward ghe ionnill till hold('t a
Thi J d~st on ~' lilft ('f ( 'ireen ile
tet. Sis1~ i i hemarkehit or log
tMonply ot. The havepk an' adj
P in i iediltall(V wh i of w il b io
II''c dintre t y l 'ttt to he fa m r Pftis
eont y.'a'lIgb fi'P111 ~
Hig i'astatoe Isapli' cxhmeh the 's
it ouna' Min Ma y, begnuinitt
prmi'.y t . Nei ''lock v. Promi
n'1i'o' nt leeca n ltd spiesar
uxia te a -.Nd al ios of musthttio
)n t. Peaingi by' i l aso at
I~h(e Io'clock atier whi'h ie Ford's
Suppe w~ill e admicnieed.nit
to mariagesii ii of uhinteresthe
to a we ci rle o f'tiie I fiemtis was 11
thatx'o xishso hem lailongt
ilrre in x'i en(en o at Iednes
day.'l Airs.5 ofill tsoa daugtero
-lr andv flts.o W.u ()in. [Fmltn
a fiS'ne5 of wif. Mr.i il isxa
gass, bin alte n forte or
urmoice ein Isne out
a d ic ious!dluricn
havE 1yfinsinti :on
Rywh wis forIS theu a on
The Keowee Pharmacy, the
Picken's Drug Co., Porter's Bar
ber Shop, J. C. Alexander, J.
W. Garrett and Dr. T. A. Sea
wright are having water worke
installed.in their places of busi
The annua' reunion South
Carolina division of the Confed
erate Veterans was held in Co
lumbia last Friday and Satur.
day. Maj. Gen. B. 11. Teague
was re-elected commander-in
There will be a banquet given
on Friday night, May 7, in
honor of the high school track
team and their representatives
in the oratorical contest. Any
of the young men desiring to
attend will phone or see Hagood
Bruce or A. P. DuBose before
Saturday night, May 1.
Ihere will be an entertain
ment given at the school audi
torium next Tuesday night,
May 4. The entertainment will
consist of old time songs, reci
tations, spelling match; etc. An
admission fee of 10c will be
charged. The proceeds will be
used to improve the appearance
of the auditorium.
Mir. and Mrs. H. A. Richey
tendered a reception last Mon
day to Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Scott. who wre recently mar
ried in Gainsville, Ga. Mrs.
Scott was formerly Miss Willie
May Lathem and is a grand
daughter of Mrs. Richey. The
children and grand-children of
Mr. and Mrs. Richey were pres
ent on this enioyable occasion.
Shooting Near Centrai
A shooting occuired in the
lower part of this county last
Saturday, in which one negro
was mortally wounded. Sheriff
Roark left Monday morning to
investigate the killing. It is
said the negro who did the kill
ing boarded train No. 1' at Cen
tral Sunday. News received
later says Sheriff Roark and Ru
ral Policeman McKinney are
aiding Greenville officers in the
hunt for the negro who is want
ed for the crime committed near
Travelers Rest Saturday..
THE COUNTY FAIR
By Peter Radford
Lecturer National Farimers' Union
The farmer gets imore ')ut of the
fair than anyone else. The falir to a
city mnan is an entertainment; to a
farmer it is education. Let us take a
stroll through the fair grounds and
linger- a moment at a fe' t of the points
of greatest interest. We ill first
visit the mechanical depari ent and
hold communion with th world's
You are now atten~iing a congress of
the mental gianits in mechanical sci
ence of all ages. T1hey are addressing
you in tongues of u-on and steel andl
in language mlute .and( powerful tell an
eloquent story of the w'orld's pr-ogress.
Thle inventive geniuses are the most
valuable fatrm handls we have and
they perform an cenuring service to
mankind. We can all help others for
a brief per'iod while we live, but it
takes a master mind to tower into the
realm of science and light a torch of -
progress that will illuminate the path
way of civ'lization for future genera
tions. "rho meni who gave us the
sickle, the binder, the cotton gin and
hundreds of other valuable inventions
vwork in every' field on earth and will
continmue their- labors as long as time.
Their bright intellects have conquered
death and they w~ill live and serve
mankind on and on forever, without
muont'y and without price. TIhey have
shown us how grandl and noble it Is
to work for others; they have also
taught us lessons in economy and effi
ciencey, how to make one hour do the
wiork of two or more; have length.
ened our lives, multiplied our
Oppiortunities and taken toil off the
back of humanity.
They are the most practical men
the world ever produced. Their in
ventions hav-e stood the acid test of
utility and efficiency. Like all useful
men,) they do not seek publicity, yet
millions of machines sing their praises
from ev-ery har-vest field on eath and
as many plows turn the soil in mute
applause of their marvelous achieve
FARMER RADFORD ON
T[he home is the greatest cent ribu
tion of women to tho wvorld, and the
hearthstone is her throne. Our so
cial str-ucture is built around her, and
social r'ighteousness is in her charge.
11er beautiful life lights thie skies of
hope and her refinement is the charm
of twentieth century civilization. Her
grafces and her power are the cumu
lative products of gener-ations of
queenly conquest, and her crown of
exalted wonmanhood is jeweled with
the wisdom of saintly mothers. She
has been a great factor in the glory
of our country, and her noble achieve
ments should not be marred or her
hallowedcc influence blighted by the
coarser dluties of citizenship. Ameri
can chivalry should never permit her
to bear the burdens of defon~iing and
maintaining governmenit, but should
preserve her unsullied from the allied
.nfluences of politics, and Drotect her
from the weighty responsibilities of
the so-did affairs of life that will
crush her ideals and lower her stand
ards. The motherbo'od of the farm
is our inspiration, sihe is the guardian
of our donmestic welfare and v guide
to a higher life, but directing the at
fairs of government Is not within wo.
man's sphere, and political gossip
would cause her to neglect the home,
forget to mend our clothes and burn
SWEPT POTATO SPROUTS--Nancy Ha
P'orto ico, Triunt h, and Goldenuty. April
at( May delivery, 1.00 er thousaud: 5,000 aind
over, $1.50 per thousand. f.o.b. Florida. Toinato
pants, $1.50 per thousand. I'. E. Ilull, Rock
I), S. C.
*PRESTON'S PLANTS--Nancy ifall. Porto
'Rco, Triumph and Providence Potato Slips,
$1.75 per 1,000 during April: cheaper ailter
April. Cabbage, 75 cents; onato, $1.50; I'eper
and Egg Plants, $2.25 per 1,000. Catalogue ree.
No personal eheeks. Fred 3. Preson. Pine
WA NTE'D-To sell 2.000 bushels recleaned
A mber and Orange cane seed, now even weIght
bags. We buy all grades peas. Send samples.
Dixie Plour & Grain Co., Grenville, S. C. 5
OLD COINS - Old Coins. We 1,ay large
anounts for some issues and dates. hring
ours to us. Ilarrison's Drug Store, Ureenville,
II. C. 3
SP'EUIA L Ol'l'''CR-To patients coming Trom
Piekens county to our Greenville olee for eye
work: As we are meinbers of the Clitniber of
Con nerce, we refund railroat fares. A. A.
Odon. consulting Optomnetrist-Optician. presi
dent The Globe Optical Co., Masonle Temiple,
Greenville, S. C.
WANTE)-Men and women write quickly for
free particulars if you wish to act tis ngent for
lionie-miuifactured toilet articles: also, auto
natic gas lighters, etc., or to start a liusiness of
vou r own at hoine or at your office or place of
husiness, which req uires $1 to $'1 starting capi
tal. Address M. & V'. l)istribtiting Co . Box 105.
Concord, (a, - ;
Morlaine, IHeroisa, Cocalmie,
Opium and Whiskey -abits Secretly
Cured at Your Home or at my private
sanitarium without -suffering or incon
venience; established fourteen years;
eure guaranteed; correspondence solic
ited P. 0. Box 269, Atlanta, Ga 3
For Sale-Slightly used market re
frigerator; also several computing scales
in good repair. We are Carolina head
quarters for everything required in gro
cery stores and butcher shops. South
ern Scale and Fixture Company. Colum
bia, S. 0. 51
Engraved Wedding Invitations, an
nouncements, cards, stationery, etc., of
the highest quality an'd latest styles can
be had at 'lie Pickens Sentinel office.
See our samples and get our prices.
White Vyandottes-My birds won at
State fair. Spartanburg, Darlington and
Nationa! White Wyandotte State cup
for best display at Chester. W. J.
Causey, Columbia, S. C. 51
For Sale-Pure bred Bronze turkeys
for breeders. The large kind, raised
last year. I ave over a hundred. They
must go. Manager of the Jones Farm,
Box 265, Kershaw, S. C. 52
For Sah-Gold and silver Campene
eggs $3.00 to $5.50 per setting. My
Campenes are the finest strain procur
able, having been imported from E.
Lewis Jones. Oscar K. Mauldin,Green
Ville, S. C. 51
For Exchange-New Automobile
Tires for old ones, all sizes. 56 Swan
dale Bldg. Peerless Tire Co., Green
ville, S. C. 7
I4%rSonuaI--Look: Cure for spongy.
bleeding, inflamed gums and loose teeth;
tested 30 years; satisfaction or money
refunded. Medicine, postpaid, $1.50.
Dr. C. M. Doss, D. D. S., Cooper, Tex, 4
Daidy Agen t-We have big sellers
for privatte canvassing. Our goods sell
fast. Big profits. Circulars free. 0.
W. Necessity Co., P. 0. Box 12. Char
lotte, N. C.
Wanted-All kinds peas. Quote best
price and quantity you have for sale.
S end sampJles5. J1. P. Waters. LaGr'ange,
Piuant V'andiIIi'er". Heavy'Fruit
ing Cotton Seedl Will produce 1-3 more
than any other variety in existence. Big
boll with five locks to boll; makes a good
samlie: opens before frost; easy picker.
Write to E. S Griflin, Greenville. S C,
Route 3. 3
Mus ll Quick ly.378 acres very
best redl pebbly uland with wecll-im
proved 3-horse farm, 2 sets of buildings
andI good barns, on good road with daily
mail route, four' miles from Baxley,Ga,
county seat of Appling county. Will
sell all oi' any part of' tract on good terms
for small cash pay'ment for one-half its
value. In answerIng this advertisement
mention The Pickens Sentinel. Write
Lock Box 86, Baxley, Ga., for further
For Male--In small or large lots,
pure seed Mammoth Yellow, also Tar
Heel black Soy Beans, $2 bushel,. C C.
Combs, Gum Neck, N. C. ' 52
Next Naturday' 10 pounds best
grits 25c. lkerosene'in 5-gallon lots at
lie; less quantities, 121 to 25c. A job
lot cotton hoes cheap; plows, 4c; best
plowv handles, 25c; collar pads, 25c
house dlresse's, 98e; lawvn waists, 50e.
Flour at mi prices. Everybody learn
ing it pays to see T1. 1). Harris.
Aucetionla in Ic-Iwill sell to the
highest bidder all sorts of furniture,
foui' organs, four' sewing machines, two
buggies, one 2-horse wagon, and many
other things of value, at Powvell's Store,
Pickens Mill, Satur-day, Maty 1. 0. 11
Clyde, agent.- 52
Tihe Wadela Constest being run
by Deaton Bros. wvill close next Satur
day at 4 p. mn. The per'son having the
greatest number of votes will be award
edl the beautiful gold watch. On that
dlay they wvill sell kerosene oil for 12c
per gallon. They want your prlodluce
For' Sale One litterof grade Berk
shire and Dur'oc Jei'se.y pigs; also foui'
nice shoats. E. RI. Griflin' R 4I, Pick
ens, S. C.
TilE. Disc H.\nowy is one of
the best tools for your farm
work. Be sure and get the
Walter A.__Wood. Sold by
Pickens H-ardiware and Gro
We ask our~ readers to r'ead
caref'ully ever'y ati vertisement
mn this paper. Our' meCCrcats
have somnethinig to say or they
wouldn't be talking. And what
they SayV may mean iisomeithing
See The Sentinel for' 1i5inig
We are in th
J UDSON MILJ1S C1
We Carry the
When I gave notice to the
public through The Pickens Sen
tinel that I had cut my prices
down it was told and circulatedi
in a part of the county that I
was going to leave Pickens soon.
When I came to Pickens to lo
cate I came believing I would
like the location. I am glad to
say I have a practice of which I.
am proud. I apiprciate all the
patronage I have received and
will continue my practice here
so lon as I receive the work. I.
am the only entist. that has
kept an office openi inl Pickenis
towni continuously for a period1
of five years. If my work was
inferior or practice did not jus-1
tify me I would have gone'be
fore this (late. I am having
waterworks put in my oftice,
and would niot go to this ex-.
pense if I wvas going to leave. I
am here to stay, and wheun in
need of dental w~ork I will, as
alw~ays, appreciate your p~atron -
age. I will continue my low~
prices for sonme time andl will
give notice of any change i
sam1e. Yours truly, r i
A New Line
Should Mr. Morgan B. Spier, general
rnanager of the telephone company, be
in Easlay and try three hours and a hal f
mmd get the lone line to Pickens or try
from here four or five hours to get
3reenville via Easley with the usual
meccess of the common subscrib~er, we(
)elieve he would "'cuss,"' have his tele
phone discontinued or have another line
uilt. But as Mr. Speir is an elder in
the Pr-esbyterian church and a goodl
>us9iness man, the safest thing to (do
~vould be to build a new line.
Sunday School Association
The Liberty township Snnday
school association will hold its
First semi-annual meeting with
the Reunion union church on
liFriday, May 7. All Sundlay
school superintendents are re
7Iuested to be present and Sun
lay schools are urgedl to send
state or South Carolina,
Jounty of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition from the freehol
lers and electors of Martin School
)istrict No. 40 has been filed with the
ounty Boardl of Education asking that
m election be held to determine whether
>r not an addlitional special levy of four
nills shall be levied on said district for
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
ees of the above-named district do hold(
m? e'lp -t')n in said district on the 15th
hay d':Ly 1915, at the school house.
l'he trustees are hereby app)ointed man
Igers, the election to be conducted in
Iccordlance with scetion 1742 of the gen
By order of the County Board-Of Er!
ication. R. T. HALLUM,
Secy. andl Chairman.
a market for
WEEN VILL, S. C.
IWARE TALK I
Largest and Most Complete Line 9
e and Farm Implements to Be E
und in This Section
Lutter Edge Tools, Oliver
lows, Cole Cotton and
'lanters. See Our Keen
.UCE MORROW COMIANY
Pickens, S. C,
,We Are Proud of H
Our Food Shop i
SAnd we appreciate what you 8A
e are doing. for us
g" Coffee 15c to 40c Pound. Bring us 6
A Your ProduceN
J. T. FLYNN
"Good Things to Eat" n
A PHONE 18 Martin Building EASLEY, S. C
For Men, Women and Children
Ready for Your inspection
- The Question of
is nlow Occupying the
thought and attention
of men and women
- -who are particular about.
the appearance of th&*
AyOU a cordial in,..at" to
tovsit our store and inspect the new fash.-4 v'Itation
~Sring Exhibit comprises the fetsons we :tru
Styles and Pattegns5 in Men's and
Women's Fine Footwear.
-When i Greenville make our
s reyour headquarters.
6~ Let us : asure and fit your foot
in the next pair.
PRIDE, PATTONfed TILMAN
3rasfinille, S. C.