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INo- has ati
all lational OnE
Y or ou to obt;,
practica ly one-hald
We will atnounce
sale next week.
b6st thing we havE
offer our customer
J. N. HALLMi
Mrls. A. J. Looper
.Mrs A. J. Looper. whose
death was mention e(l in The
Sentinel last week, was a most
excellent christian wom an. kind,
loving and gentle to all. She
was in the- forty-seventh year
of her life when she died.
Thirty-one years ago she was
baptized into the fellowship of
the church at Cross Roads by
Rev. D. 0. Freeman. She was
always anxious to attend her
church, during the wveek or on
Sunday, and she wvanhtc the
family to attend.
.1 in Wh c we h1a\
111 CoIII f ae Il
-A. muarvelons- tamte.
. the adIvanttages of
. None of it s disad lva
-Made-t 0-mleasta te,i
Ordler your~s now
SA. D. Attna
New Deacons at )Alice Mill
.Last Sunday afternoon at the
Alice Mill Baptist (hnurch in,
Easley a very solemn and in.
p~ressive ordination service was
held. The pastor dliver ed ai
sermon on the qualificat ions and
duties of a deacon. TIhe pres5
bytery, consisting of the pastor
and deacons lof the Alice Mill
church, h id hands on Brothers
Henry Rgers and John S.
--~Ki'b Te young (teacons are
very promising~ young chrtist ian
* I Never Thought of That
.Your teeth bears such close~
relation to your general healt h
and happiness that I felt, it m y
self-imposed duty to write. "for
We haven't had a kic
Nunnally's Candy brous
been handling it-over
( ~ one day-get it the ne;
nally's, then go ahead.'
fresh, firm and delicion
~day. Let us have you
4 - ad parties.
, .uo 24
end large sums of
spaper space, as a
bising the United
iorized us; to tun
k Cent Sale on their
11 'Remedies and
"his is an oppotun
ain these goods at
7 their actual value
the date of the
This will be the
ever been able to
It-, was a touching sight when
her body was carried to the bed
side of her aged father, who
was very sick, not able to be up.
W hen the body was carried to
his bedside he stroked her face
and talked about her very ten
derly. The parting was very
said; the meeting will be glorious.
The funeral was held by her
pastor at Cross Roads church
Vednesday. The grave was
completely covered with flowers
troutilt by many friends. The
bereaved ones have the sym
pathy' of' a multitude of friends.
)y stor'm .
811111unn1er stilt idea
i a reu/ -/oohim
rerialthat as al
the reult a is niel inml
lin ofal tevialfocs.wek
9'ning2.)1 th lenea slitem and
:xpsigthebd to ll is ae..
you etures ay be, o a
not ly cliru o beaty~nteve
to god loks unlss our eet
are popery taen cre .
:s . A i i oi r D . ..
The ld sldies wil hae a
ivyer. We rde
rordrr f~amil usaeaeyu
\ R V h- rtehaefut
the rE. iEs 8 i Pirston *i
E. B. Richardsonl of Liberty
was in.towin Monday oi businegs.
Let all the housgicespers send.
in something. for 'old 'soldier6'
Mr. and Mrs. 'Dock Lewis of
Sunset were in town shopping
Messrs. Allison and Cassell of
Greenville visited friends in Pick
Miss Eva Holder visited frierids
at the Greenville Woman's Col
lege last week.
Folger, Thornley & Co. are
having the roof of their store
Mrs. E. B. Starke of Elberton,
Ga., is visiting her daughter,
Mrs.C.Bruce Hagood,in Pickens.
B. F. Alexander and wife of
the Keowee side spent Sunday
with Capt. and Mrs. W. B. All
Dr. J. N. Hallum and family
spent Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hallum,
Pickens chapter No. 47, R. A.
M., will hold a regular meeting
in their hall Friday night, May
28, at 8 o'clock.
Messrs. T. R. Allen and Ernest
Alexander attended the all-day
services at Salem, Oconee coun
ty, last Sunday.
Mrs. L. R. Eaton of Central
spent several days last week
with her daughter, Mrs. I. M.
Mauldin, in Pickens.
Messrs. Lawrence and Ram
soy of near Calhoun, with their
fathers two venerable gentle
men were here on business last
Married, Sunday, May 16, at
the residence of the officiating
magistrate, S. F. Keith, Mr.
Bunk Hendricks and Miss Ella
There will be a singing at Big
Eastatoe Baptist church the
fifth Sunday afternoon, begin
ning at 2 o'clock. The public is
Miles Allgood, Southern rail
way detective with headquarters
in Salisbury, N. C., is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Allgood, near Pickens.
Married, Sunday, May 16,
by Notary M. F. Hester, at his
home in Pickens, Miss Eva
Massingill and Mr. Elmer Maul
din, both of Pickens county.
The many friends of Capt.
"Billy" Allgood are pleased tc
know that his health continues
to improve. The captain has
been able to be up for sometime
Miss Meda Boggs spent Sun
day with her parents, Mr. and
Mr's. A. J. Boggs. Miss Boggs
will finish her1 course at th
Greenville Womn's college nexi
'rhe Ladies' Cottage prayel
meeting will meet Friday even
ing at 41 o'clock with Mrs. Mark
Looper'. All the ladies of Pick.
ens are cordially invited to bc
County Treasu nrrlTay lor' H.
Stewart had green string beans
fresh from his garden on the
21st inst. He says that Bennett
Powvers may beat him for treas
urer next year but he can't beal
him raising beans.
Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs is
having a complete private water
works system installed in his
handsome home on Main street,
ivhich will not only be a protec
tion, but wvill be a great conven
ience in the home.
Rev. J. C. Bailey will preach
at the Pickens Presbyterian
church n ex t Sunday at 11
o'clock. T1he fifth Sunday is
not a regular preaching (lay at
this church, so this will be an
extra sermon. Public in vited.
Misses Vesta Ashmore, Nellic
Grandy, Lorena Taylor and
Ella Hliott attended the linen
shower given by Miss Janel
Bolt at Easley Tpuesday in honor
of Miss Ruth King, who is to be
marr'ied to Mr. Brandlon Tayloi
Frank C. Carecy of' Clemson
college wvas in Pickens Sunday
driving a new and handsomc
Chevrolet car. lie was accom
panied1 by Mr. Win. Schillettei
and Misses Sylvester of Clem.
sonl college. They visited at th(
home of' A. J. Boggs.
WVe are sending out notices
this week to ll sub~scr'ibers of
TIhe Pickens Sentinel wvhose sub
scri ptionls will expire soon. W(
will greatly appreciate your re
ne wals. Helon your county pa
per by suibscibing for it and il
will help you by giving yot
your county news. We neel
Joe Johnson, formerly super
intendent of the oil mill here
spent last week in Pickens. Joi
is at present located in E ustle
Fla., where he has an orange
grove and hay farm andAppeanr
to be faring well. He 'llas ale<
invented and is now perfecting
a machine for gathering the se
from a grass which-ie grown ex
tensively In Floi'ida. We yl
him well In his new 'nue
He Is a son of OapV''and Mrs.
B. C. Johnson of -.Easley and
will spend sometime with them
before returning to Florida.
Come to Pickens June 8. YO
will be welcome.
W. T. Day, of the Griffin sec
tion, is convalescing, aft'r se
riouis sickness. .
Hon. W. C. Hughes, a promi
nent lawyer of Walhalla was In
Pickens Saturday on business.
Miss Ethel Parker of Greens
boro, N. C., has been visiting
relatives in Pickens for the past
Dr. 0. 0. Fletcher, professor
of philosophy In Furman Uni
versity, preached at the-Pickens
Baptist church Sunday and de
lighted his congregation. t
We regret to report the illness
of our fellowtownsman 0. S.
Stewart. We hope his illness is
not serious and that he will soon
be out again.
. Paul Boggs was last week
elected an associate editor of the
Collegian, one of the Presby
terian college's publications.
Rev, D. W. Hiott of Pickeos
made the principal address at
the laying of the corner stone of
the new Oconee Creek school
building near Salem in Oconee
county -last week.
Messrs. J. N. White and E. L.
& G. B. Hamilton, of Easley,
who recently purchased the out
fit of the old Easley Stean
Laundry, will within the next
six weeks open a new laundry
Dr. J. L. Valley is in Orange
burg attending the meeting of
the grand lodge Knights of
Pythias. as a delegate from the
Pickens lodge. D. W. Hiott is
also attending this meeting. He
is a member of the grand lodge.
Rev. D. M. Ramsay, D. D.,
pastor of the Pickens Baptist
church, preached the commence
ment sermon of the Central
high school Sunday. He will
also preach the baccalaureate
sermon of the University ol
I South Carolina in Columbia.
W. L. Moore, of Cowpens,
who has been running a moving
I picture show at Easley for th(
past year and a half, has sok
his business to L. A. Rogers ani
son, Thurmond, of Easley, wh<
will operate the show. Mi
Moore has not announced hi.
A raid was made by Rura
Policeman McKinney and Con
stables Christopher and Chan
man early Saturday morning
and about 600 gallons of bee:
was destroyed on a small strean
about 7 miles north of here. A
good sized "stilling"' outfit was
John Lathem, the negro mar
caught making blockade whis
key on Saluda river near th<
Pickens county line in Green
ville last Monday by rural police
man McKinney is out on boni
and will be given a preliminar3
hearing before commissione1
Robinson on~ June 7th.
There will be an all (lay sing
ing at Keowee Baptist churci
on the first Sunday in June
D)r. W. E. Wilkins will preaci
at 11 o'clock a. mn. Severa
other prominent speakers are ex
pected to he present and makt
addresses. The remainder oj
the day will be spent in singing
Everybody is cordially invited
A severe wind storm visite<
sections of this county late Sun
(day afternoon. Hail also fell it
somie sections. From what wi
can learn the wvind did mos
(amage in the Griffin section
The old Anthony mill and sev
eral outbuilding are reporte<
blown down. Considerable hal
fell on Charlie Cureton's place
ab~out two miles north of Pick
ens, and some damage was done
to the crop of Claud Thomas ii
the same vicinity.
We learned Monday nmorning
of the death of a young Mr
Galloway of Liberty,. but havy
heen unable to get any particu
lars except that he was recoyer
ing from an attack of fever an<
ate some candy which caused
relapse. We have been trying
for two days to get connectior
with Liberty b~y telephone s<
that we could get the particu
lars of this sad occurance an<
give them to our readers; bu
eviden tally, "non -subscribers'
are busy using the line as it's al
ways busy, What a pity thi
business dloesn't justify th<
building of a new line, yet
subscriber cannot talk fron
Pickens to Liberty once in tw<
While Mr. McCall and famill
who liveoat the Plckens mill were
Ireturning from a visit to the Mt
Tabor section afternoon thea
encounteredi a severe wind storn
near Griffin church and the car
riago in which they were riding
was blown about 100) yards. The
horse was also blown along witi
the carriage. Mr. McCall soc
Sceeded In getting himself anm
~children out of the carriage, bul
was unable to get his wife oul
Ibefore the carriage was blowni
away. M . McCall was th(
only one in ured and her injuries
~onilyight. The tournout
belo . . G*ravley. The
carrIage was ha maged,
but the horse, tho blow, down,
We submit to
9 Hardware the p
Screen Doors and W
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
B J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, J. R. Sutherland made suit
to me to grant him letters of adminis
tration of the estate and effects of Alice
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Alice Rebecca
Sutherland, deceased. that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Pickens, S. C., on
the 10th day of June, 1915, next after
publication hereof, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if any they
have, why said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this the
22d day of May, Anno Domini, 1915.
J. B. NilwnERY, (Seal)
l'OR SALEt--Putre Ntley Hall Potato Slip,
cash with odrat Two Dollars per Thousandl
deliere. Weh'adleno other variet y. l-'urat
SSmith, Seedsman, Anderson. S. C. 8
W.\ NTlD-TVo sell 2,000 butshels recleatied
.Amber and Orange cane seed, new evenx weil hl
l)li i lour & raii Co., Gretnville, .s m. S
OLD1 COINS -Old Coins. We pay large
amounts for some issues and~ dates. Birinig
yurs to us. Ilarrison's t)rug Store, Glreenvl e,
Sl'IECIA L OFFERI-To patients comning fromi
ilckens county to our Greenville oflice for eye
work: As we are members of the Chamber of
Con merce, we refund railroad fares. A. A.
etom o'nheultin 0 n toerlst*Optlan.i prest
W ANT Ei)-Men and women write quickly for
free particulars if you wish to act as agent fom
Shome-manufactured toilet articles; also, anto
~matic gas lighters, etc., or to start a business of
your own at home or at your office or place of
ta. Address M. & . 1)strib attg Co .1 lix -0
Concord, Ga, :
I e have on haand, fresh from
the factory a big'dot of Salt Brick for
your Atck Alo Conkey's Poultry
Tonic for poultry,.Conkey 's Lice Pow
Sder for dusting setting hens and little
chickens to keep down the lice. Craig
Bros. Company, Pickens.
-Time Beat Grain Criadle Made,
I$2.95; flour at mill prices; bran and
shorts at mill prices. A job lot of
men's and boys' pants cheap. About
1,000 yards fine insertion, Bells at 15e to
25e; my p rice 3c. A cut price on plates,
cusand saucers, worth 85c; my price
60c. Can save you money on tobacco.
It pays to see T. D. Harris.
Frueala lMilk CIowa For M4ale.
SA. C. Sutherland, Pickens Route No. 4.
Must wel QuicklIy,378 acres very
best red pebbl upland with well-Im
proved 3-horse farm, 2 sets of buildings
and good barns, on good road with dlai ly
Imail route, four miles from Baxley,Ga ,
Scounty s eat of Appling county. Will
sell all or any part of tract on good terms
Sfor small cash payment for one-half its
Ivalue. In answering this advertisement
)mention The Pickens Sentinel. Write
Lock Box 86, Baxley, Ga., for further
L MorphaInme, Hleromn. (Cocainme,
Opium and Whiskey Habits Secretly
Cured at Your Home or at -my private
-sanitarium without suffering or incon
Svenience; established fourteen years;
3cure ginranteed; correspondence solic
,ited P' ( llox 269, Atlanta, Ga 3
Engraved Wedding Invitations, an
)nouncements, cards, stationery, etc., of
the highest quality and latest styles can
lie had at The Pickens Sentinel office.
See our samples and get our prices.
For Exclaage-New Automobile
Tires for old ones, all sizes. 56 Swan
d (ale Bldg. Peerless Tire Co., Green
Iville, S. C. 7
~Persosaal-Look: Cure for spongy,
bleeding, inflamed gums and loo teeth;
tested 30 years: satisfaction or money
refunded. Medicine, postpaid, $1.50.
-Dr. C. M. Doss, D. D. S., Cooper, Tex, 4
Lady Ageunta-We have big sellers
for private canvassing. Our goods sell
fast. Big profits. Circulars free. 0.
W. Necessity Cro., P. 0. Box 12, Char
lotte, N. C. -4
Piant Vasadiver's Heavy Fruit
ing Cotton Seed. WIll produce 1-3 more
than any other variety in existence. Big|
boll with five locks to boll makes a go
sainple; opens beforers;eiy pickr.
Write to E. S Griffnn, ~ I'illep, S C,
Route 3. 3
:he Big Store
you the following list of Summer M
rices of which are very moderate
Potato Ricers Reap Hooks
Ice Cream Freezers Grass Bladeq
Ice Picks Bush Blades
Blue Bell and Delaval Rakes
Seine Netting Reaping Attachments
Fishing Tackle Binders
UCE MORROW COMPANY
Pickens, S. C.
VISIT THIS PLACECOURT WEEK
We have a nice restaurant where y6 f'an gl6t something
good to cat any time during the day, cookei to your order.
This is also the place to get your cold drinks of different
kinds-On ice all the time. .'. Our store is stocked with
a complete line of fre.gh and well selected Groceries. Ex
tra fine line of Coffee and Tea. .'. Prices right on every
thing. Make my store your headquarters when in town.
J. C. ALEXANDER, PICKENS, S. C.
O X FOR DS!
We have just received another ship
ment of the famous Hamilton
American (Gentlemnan for men, i ^^
diferntleathers, - - $4.0U0 $SUUO
Amenrican Lady for ladies, in
.h differenlt leathers, - - . $ .2 to$ .50
Phkre'.tent l1 eathers, Tan $.02.00
Pants for Men and Boys ..
The Pants we sell are made to fit and wear. When ini the
market for Pants let us show you what we have. Made b~y
J. Schoneman, "The PantB King Man."
Shirts and Collars
We like to tell you about the excellent line of Dress Shirts
and Collars we sell-the Lion Brand. We do not think this
line has a superior. The Shirts fit well, wear a long time,
the color good. Collars in different styles, 15c or two for 25c.
Trunks and Bags
Let us shoWr you this line when you need anything of the
kind. All prices and kinds,
Machine Needles and Shuttles
When your needle breaks come to us for a new supply.
Craig Brothers Company
__ Pickens, S. C.
It's Fly Time
and those who are really
ten to put In the screen doors
as a protection to the home.
Flies are not only annoy
ing but dangerous, becauso
:: * germ-bearing. Keep them
out of the house by bu ing -
screens for your win ows :
and doors. We have them -
in great yg'';l
to requ6, y
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