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I ,am pleased to annoullce that I am
now representing the SOUTHEAST.
ERN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
in the capacity of Special Agent. I
want you1 to extend to'me the pleasure.
of explainuing 0111 policy contracts to
you; they are liberal, att ractive, and
low cost absolutely giuiarateed.
My office is in the Court HIlouse, sec
ond story, over the Suipeiintendent of
. Education's olice. Call in to see me
-thel( next timei youl arec inl town.X
J. T. RICHEY, Special Agent,
Formerly Treasurer Pickens Cointy.
H. J. McGEE, General Agent,
-1 Anderson, S. C.
$ i'ormerly. Cashier V.tiin-mers' Baik, Central.
A - - a method of advertising, rather than spend large suri
-authorized us to run their National One Cent Sale on their well
for you to obtain these goods at practically one-half their actual
This is not a cut price sale-it is simply another way ot
with these high standard goods.
2ne can Trailing Arbutus talcum 2 for 2t;e
25c bottle Harmony Perfume, 1- Q
50c bottle Harmony Perfume, Th rd yF i
oz.. assorted odors..-. o 1 9
25e Hiarmiony Carnation Taleum 2 for 26e .
25c box face powder..--.....2 for 26e 1 Wil bii U a11v article
25e Glove Minor Vanity Box 2 for 2(ie iie nt, r'e ga'rless of
25c Manicure Set--... ...... 2 for 29he -
25c Rexall Tooth Paste.....- 2 for '26e seC'l01 areticle of thec
25c Pearl Tooth Powder....2 for 2h eaia )rice.
I5e Nasal Douche..--.-... 2 for I16e
26c Trailing Arbutus Soap ~2 for 2;e You Pay Full Price on the Firs
10c d1oz. Rexall steel pens.o'.dz. 1ke
10c pkg. envelopes-- 1-4 size.2 for l1e
10e Rexall ink tablets...-...-2 for 11e o
.10c g. visiting cards.........2for lle _
25 Sakespearlan Stationery 2 for20e (
25~ bx Lord Baltimore " 2 for 26e '
35c ,bx Stationery, 60 sheets, 50
10c pkg fabric finish envelopes '. for I Ie
5c Lead Pencils -..- ......... 2 for 6c
Sc Pen Holders...-- ----.---..2 for 6e .9'- -Q. 0
25c Rexall Shaving Stick.....2 for 26c '' 'Bi
25c Rexall Shaving Cream ---12 for 26e
25c Rexall Shaving Powder ~!2 for 26e
25c Bottle Ba Rum......-...2 for 26c -
25c Rexali Rose Water and
-Glycerine...-- ..-- ......-- 2 for 26ec
25e Jar Hadle 's Cold Cream -2 for 2de o
35c Hair Brush..----..---2 for 36ec yAR This Talcum is 4
75c Hair. Brush..-.......... -2 for 76e *
25c Pearl Tooth Brush-..-.--for 26e -Per '
eIj Cosmopoitn Tooth Brush 2 for 26c
25~c Lather Brush-.---...-....2 for 26c ~~Can
$1.00 Rexall- Cod Liver Oil
Emulsion-...-.....--....--2 for $1.01
$1.00 Rexall Celery and Iron
' -Tnic.................. --...2 for $1.01 c Iff~o
25c Bottle Hydrogen Peroxide 2 for 26c u
65~e Rexall Beef Iron and Wine 2 for 66e
50c Rexall Eczema Ointment... 2 for 5ie
& Rexall Eczema Ointment.. 2 for $1.01 Peppermint)
50c Roxbury Rubber Gloves ... 2 for S5 1 vr rernn
50c Bottle Rexall Rubbing Oil 2 for 51e Flvr permt 5
25c Rexall Headache Tablets. 2 for 26c
50c Rexall Kidney Remedy.... 2 for 51c
10c Pkg Epsom alt----...two for 11iScR
256 Rexall Baby Cough Each one p
Syrup ............... 2 for 200 carton. Red, wi
rnoiMedicine Drop rs... 2 for oc Each 5c
'25c Rexall Bed Wetting2 6
Remedy............. 2 for 26c 2 or6
$2,00 Rexall Bamboo
Brier Blood Builder 2 for $2.01
10e Package Sulphur... 2 for 11c R eXal
315c Fountai Syringe A PERFE(
Tubing.............2 for 36c m. ~ ~ Pesatt h
25c Rexall Carbolated i laatt h
Witch Hazel Salve... 2 for 26c -'"
25c Monogram Ear and i(
Ulcer Syringe.......2 for 26c On Tu
25c Rexall~arbolic~alve 2 for 261c
.crtaicils2 for .0 Mil orders fi~i f they reach us Jr
* $O~ ~ ail: Yefo C, Thip ae is e cash. Use this si
Cor - nd. e..2fe us w e ctos and we will
om d -.-.G.i2fo ha1 e d ornis sale and t may
10c ROToilet Paper... 2 for lc
xa Syr N'yll ffoup6c THE PICKENS I
Y ~ppos Conipound..2 for$1.01 T HE RE X
~ ~ottle lexall Worm -
~ up .., ....... 25 6eJ. N. HALL
Local and Personal
W. A. Mauldin of Easley vis
ited hisisister, Mrs. Jerry Looper,
in Pickens last week.
Mr. StriIAlng of 'Seneca Is on
a visit to her son, v. S. Striblidg,
in Pickens this week.
Dr. and Mrs. L. F. Crenshaw
of Marietta were In Pickens' a
short while last Monday.
Messrs. Lenhardt and A. F.
Wyatt of Easley wore visitors in
Pickens one day last- week.
Miss MattletFinley is spending
her summer vacation with her
sister, Mrs. J. T. Partridge.
Mrs. OlgaGood win ofGreenville
visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Richey, lost week.
Miss Cleo Bailey of Anderson
was the attractive guest for sev
eral days last week of Miss Lo
J. T. Stone, a prominent busi
ness man of Greenville, was on
a visit to his kinsman, H. A,
Richey, last week.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Woodruff
of Cateechee spent Sunday with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Griflin. in Pickens.
Whitsitt Hidtt, left here last
Thnrsday for Altapass, North
Carolina, where he has accepted
a position for the summer.
Miss Nannie Porter last week
visited at Mauldin, Greenville
county. Miss Porter will teach
in the Mauldin school the com
B. B. LaBoon has been ap
pointed rural policeman for Pick
ens county. Those citizens who
have been in favor of rural po
licemen for this county will be
glad to know that one has been
is of money for newspaper space,
known Rexall Remedies and other
advertising. We are willing to le
ay and Saturday,
18 and 19
men'Itionied ini thIisH ad(vertise
its retail valuie--providiug a
same kind is lpurchased1 at 0our
t and Get the Second for One Ceni
Two Pounds 41c
18 piees, 17 different kinds, in pretty box
ib. 40c. S 2bs . 41
xceptional for its fineness and odIor
5c. wo2 26c.
Pure Chewing. Gum
Per Pack--2 for 6c.
acked in sanitary
I 6 Nipples 30c
I 12 Nipples 31c
T DENTRIFICE . 1C
Taste and Antiseptie
STwo Tubes 26c
time, and ten per cent added for postage.
eet in making up your ordler and bring or
do the rest. This is thk first chance we
e the last.
Local and Personal
Rev. J. R. Askin and wife of
Fairforest were on a visit to
the home of Capt, J. T. Tayloi
last week. - Mrs. Askin Is a sis'
ter of Mr. Taylor.
The Ladies' Cottage prayer
meeting will meet Friday even
ing at 4 o'clock with Mrs. James
Gantt. All the ladies of Pick.
ens are cordially invited to be
The advertisements in The
Sentinel this week are worth
more to our readers than the
price of a year's subscription.
Profit by reading the advertise
ments each week. You will al
ways find something good in
Lot all the friends of prohibi
tion be on hand next Saturday
moining, June 19, at the court
house to take part in the meet
ing to be held in the interest of
prohibition. The meeting was
called sometime ago by Hon. B.
J. Johnstone of Central.
Pickens now has a photograph
gallery, Harrison Edens having
this week established one with
headquarters over the Keowee
Pharmacy. le will make pic
tures of all kinds and will make
a specialty of kodak finishing.
He has an advertisement in this
paper. Read it.
Hon. C. R ). Burns of Wal
halla has been assisting - A. J.
Boggs in his work as clerk of
court last week and after court
adjourned Brother. Burns linger
ed in Pickens. There may be
some attraction here and after
all we are not sure whether he
has been to court, or courting.
Be that as it may, we are alwayq
glad to have the genial gentle.
man yisit our fair and favoret
the United Drug Company has
Products. This is an opportunity
bse money to get you acquainted
25c pound Cascade Lin.
en Paper............ 2 for 26<
25ic Corn Salve........2 for 26<
35c Violet Talcum,large 2 for 36<
25c Arnica Salve......2 for '26<
25c Foot Bath Tablets.. 2 for 26<
25c Earache Remedy... 2 for 26i
25c Eyewvash..........2 for 26i
5c Pencil Holders ....... 2 for 6i
25c Headache Tablets.. 2 for 26i
25c Diarrhoea C o mn
pound............... 2 for 26
50c Liver Salts........2 for 51
50c Kidney Remedy..2 for 51
25c Little Liver Pills.. 2 for 26
50e Rheumatic' Remedy 2 for 51
$1 Rheumatic Remedy 2 for $1.0
25c Sunburn Lotion .... 2 for 26
25c Worm Candy...... 2 for 26
$10Cod Liver Extract.. .2 for $1.0
-25c White Pine and Tar 2for 26
50c " " " " 2 for 51
25c Hadley'sFace~ream 2 for 26
$1 First Aid Fountain
Syringe............ 2 for $1.0
10c Slippery Elm Loz
enges ................ 2 for 11~
25c Cherry Bark Cough
Syrup ............... 2 for 26
10c Package Seidlitz
Powders............2 for 114
- 35c Package Seidlitz
Powders ............ 2 for 3i6
l0c Package Sulphur
'enges..... ......... 2foryl}
2for Sc Pencils .........4 for 6
50c Breast Pump...... 2 for 514
50c Atlas..............2 for 514
er's............... ....2 for 2(&
er's.................2 for 51l<
er~s ......... ....2 for $1.0:
35c JDurham DuplexR a
zor and 50-cent pack
. age blades............614
$1 Rexall Sarsaparilla
Tonic............. 2for $1.0:
25c Rexall Mentholine
Balm ................ 2 for 26
'25c Rexali Corn Solvent 2 for 26&
25c Box Rexall Cold
Tablets............. 2 for 26i
10c Cherub Pacifiers. .. 2 for 11<
25c Rexall Medicated
Skin Soap..............2 for 264
25c Box Rlexall Foot
Powder.,............ 2 for 264
10c Package Straw Hat
Cleaner............. 2 for 11<
25c Bottle Strawv Hat
Di.e .............2for 26
150o salDouche ....2 for 1(k
25c bottleje Black
berry" (rdia , . 2 for 26c
50o Hallum's Blk
and Kidney Pils.a
9 We submit to
9 Hardware the pi
Screen Doors and Wit
I have justopenedup a studio
in Pickens and am prepared
to make Photographs of all
kinds. Give me a trial; your
business will be appreciated.
Kodak finishing a specialty.
Studio Over Keowee Pharmacy .
SEAiSIDE COTTAGE, Stationi 2:2, Sulivan'N
islatnd, S. U. Open for the season. Front
liendh. ('ool itoomls. Good Trable hoardi. .\d
dtress Mrs. W. Ti. Reynolds. 14
PRESTON'S PL ANT8.--Nancy Hall, Porto
Rico and Triumph alips, $1.50; vines or cut tings,
$'2.5t) after June 20. Jersey Vlies ready NOW,
at $'2.50 per 1000. Set vines save three weeks'
ime. Fred M. Prestos, Pine Castle. Fa. 8
A L.OTi OF PLOW SWEEI'S, all sinall sizes
little rusty buit gootd as ever at your price. t00
large hand saw liles at 5c, worth h0c. A job lot
of tobacco cheap. 10 bars best laundry soap 25c.
A few house dresses 98e andi $1.-18. Ilet ter buy
fruit jars from me this month. Prices will be
higher. For It always pays to see T. D). Itarris
FOR SALE--Pure Nancy Hall Potato Slips,
cash with order, at Two Dollars per Trhousand,
delivered. W e handle no other variet y. lFurman
Smith, Seedsman, Anderson. S. C. 8
SPECI AL O FF ER-To patients coming from
Pickenis county to our Greenville office for eye
work: As we are members of the Chamber of
Con mnerce, we refund railroad fares. A. A.
Odom. consultinig Optometrist-Optician. presi
(dent rTe Olobe Optical Co., MasonIc Temple,
Greenville, S. C.
Fresk milk cow for sale. A. M.
N. Gravley, Pickens R 3. 7
111ust tieIl Quickly,378 acres very
best red pebbl4y upland with well-im
proved 3-horse farm, 2 sets of buildings
and good barns, on good road with da~I
mail route, four miles from Baxley,Ga ,
county s eat of Appling county. Will
sell all or any part of tract on good terms
for small cash payment for one-half its
Svalue. In answering this advertisement
Smention The Pickens Sentinel. Write
SLock Box 86, Baxley, Ga., for further
For E~xchuange-New Automobile
Tires for old ones, all sizes. 56 Swan
dale Bldg. Peerless Tire Co., Green
ville, S. 0. 7
I~or' sale -- Scholarship in Perry
Btusimess College. Bargain. Apply at
The Sentinel office.
We are in the nmarket for
Country Butter 52 weeks in the year.
Craig Bros. Co., Pickens, S. C. 4tf
FOR SA L.E-iPeaches. ige peaches packed
ini six-basket crates. Prompt shipment for
shIpments May :28 on. Y'ou could not send
your friend a better gift for $2 F.0. RI. I". & Rt.M.
Watson, Ridge SprIng, S. U. 13
Electric Wirinlug.--Messrs. J. M.
Morris and W. L4. Crane are now pre
pared to do electric wiring on sort
notice. All work guaranteed. 6
Notice of Final Settlement and DIscharge
Notice is hereby given that we will
make application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq., Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 15th day of July, 1915, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
after as raid application can be heard,
for leas e. o, ma final settlement of
the estate of W. C. Bramlett,.deceased,
and obtain discharge as administrators
of said estate.
MRs. A. 0. BRAMLETT,
State of South Carolina,
County of Piekens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, J. Walker Stephens made
suit to me to grant him letters of admin
istration of the estate and effects of
G. H. Dacus.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said G. H. Dacus,
deceased, that they be and a pear
before me, In the Cort of Probat, to
be held at Pickens, S. C. on the 1st
dyof July, 1916; next after publica
ton hereo, at 11 o'clock in te fore.
noon, to show cause, If any the have,
M(vy said administration should not be
12t day f Junea thrU~. is 6.
he Big Store
you the following list of Summer )
'ices of which are very moderate 9
Potato Ricers Reap Hooks
Ice Cream Freezers Grass Blades
Ice Picks - -Bush Blades
Blue Bell and Delaval Rakes
Seine-Netting Reaping Attachments
Fishing Tackle Binders
DCE MORROW COMPANY
Pickens, S. C,
A Free Pair
With every suit of Spring-weight KAHN
TAILORED-CLOTHES sold until this ofler is
withdrawn, we give a pair of extra trousers
You really ought to buy a pair of extra trous
ers with every suit you get-it doubles the life
of the suit.
.1. But nowv-to stimulate business-we're giving
the adried trousers FREE.
Of course, this offer does not apply to specially
* thin stuffs like Palm Beach,Silk and "Tropicrash"
A. D. Attaway, Agcnt
* Kahn Trailorin~g Company
We notice by the Tugaloo Tri. To the Patrons of the Pickens Graded
une that Mr. Frank 'Hollings-| School:
worth (lied at his home near Feeling that the lives of the school
WsmnseonMy2,atrchildren, teachers and visitors at the
. .minst. onMy2.atrschoolhouse were endangered by falling
mig sick only a few hours. plastering, it was im erative that nec
Ele was a son of the late Mr. essary repairs to the auditorium be
ind Mr's. Robert Hollingsworth made. The trustees are embarrassed
>fPcescutws7 asby a lack of funds, for all available
fPiksconwa72y nmone is used In the conduct of the
f age and was a Confederate schoo during its regular session. A
veteran. He wvas married to contribution from every, patron and
Mliss WV. Wv. Elliot of thi cont public spirited citizen will relieve the
UI6 ndsewt five childy situation; so we earnestly ask ou to
n18,ansh ihfv hl- respond to the collector who wIl call
e'en survive him. Mrs. Anna upon you. Some have already subscribed.
Davis of Central is his daughter. Others will plase do so and let us pay
off our obligations. This is your school.
New Moving Picture Show TRUSTEES PIcKENs GRADED SIDHooL.
Commodore B. Mogridge has Notice of Election
mnade arrangements to give the state or south Carolina,
people of Pickens moving p C ounty of Plekens.
rsfour nights during eac whera aetition from the free..
vueskMndyeus acid holderan electors of Rock School
de k -nayT es a'Frdy District No. 48 has been filed with the
md aurd ay nights. The pic- Cont Board of Education asking that
;ures w ill be shown in the air an election be held to determine whether
lome next to Porter's barber an additional special levy of (1) one mill
ihop and the program willb shall be levied on said district foreschool
~hanged each night. Besides reore it is ordered that the trus
he pictures there ill be1) music tees of the above-named districtdo1 hold
luring each perfor'mance. Ad-. anan election in said district on the 10th
fission 10 and 15 cents. Theoay of July, 1915, at the school house.
hir dome is cool and1 comfortable agersthe eleto her be pondutedman
mnd the pictures will be well so- accordance with section 17420of the gen
ected and plainly shown. Cour- eral statutes.
eoustretmet wll e sown By order of the Couny Board of Ed
eouwh trat ment il 1) h w ucation. R.T HAL~LUM,
-I h ted Secy. and Chairman.
Your HfOR SES:
Your MU LE S!:
.They deserve good treatment., People who have
.used "Lewis' Stock Tonic " say it is the best.
25 and 50c.
Fresh supply just in at.
KEG WEE PHARMACy
-- . -TNEEVL 8TORE