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All the best kinds.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
hrle Rexall Store
J. N. Ii ILUM, Proprietor
Psewa No. 81
N. B.---We pay postagwe if you pay
You'r-e a perflect mm, Ih\ nivally
Thai~t's Pleasa-nt 1
- Yoll hope to ruins
:0 Y.01-1 m1ay bX(19)~~I~l(--..9
Better stand an enunination todai- -
You Want ihe b hest poli II y m owiv will buy
0* ery ivinig personm isne J,:
That's Appal ling
That's the Company ::
The best 1ity fol yonI
We have the right k ind if contractfr you. .et'4 get tog~e91ther aIi 9fx
J. T. RICHIEY, Special Agent,
H. J. McGEE, General Agent,
- Anderson, S. C.
SNA T TEN TION L
Special Bargains in Our I
[ he weather is ge(~tting~. too hot. to sit~ at a machine..~ an<
to our store angl hook through thv muany bargains we hav
dren's Readyfto-wear~ departmelnt. We are showing a
dresses, suspendel(r andI guimp991e d r(sses, also a pretty li ne
RACK i. Ladies' dresses n'icel. IACK 4.
nade of white las.n , crepe cloths, u j yrs. size,
* chamnbreys and ging~h:uins only qse. teas, chamb
- ..... aluies upi to
RA\CK 2. I .adies' dr(ese, comibi - all 0on one r:
*nation dresses, suIspender and guimpe
tyles, made tromi hne quality' crepes RACK
anid rice cloth, valut's up to $3. Spe. made of pal
cial tis week 81.4s. pique, also
.. __ __ __..-_ _ __ __._ __ __ es $ m-50 at
1ACK( 3. 1Ladies' hne dresses in only.98c._____
satins, silk poplins, crepes, crepe de ,,LE(
chines, voiles, etc., va~ldes upj to 8 chabro.
You will find4 them specially prced at cabes
$ 98 $.9 ad 5-8 2 tQ 14 y
93.9 , $4 98 a d ~ 5 98.49C and 68c
We are also showing a lpretty line of ladies' and muisses
suits at 49c, 98c and $i .29. Also a nice line of little boy
Oliver Twist suits at 25c to $ I. We also have a special
4.Ad voile waists, worth $9.50, we are running at 98c. A
Walsts at 5oc.
=All millinery going at one-half price. A complete line
in Aress goods, silks and laces. Visit our store right aw
C ues for yourself.
dw"'Jin L Bolt &
4 ' "The Store That's Always ]
- ,- . EASLEY, SOUTH CIAE
Local and Personal
M. C1. Smith was a businEss
visitor to.Greenville Tuesday.
Mrs. H. A. Jennings and Miss
Lila Harris of Greenville visited
relatives here last week. ,
Mrs. J. L. Valley, Mrs. T. L.
Bivens and Miss Belle Yongue
are spending a while at Brown's
C. B. Hagood, secretary of the
Pickens mill, attended the meet
ing of the cotton manufacturers
at. Asheville last Friday.
W. A. Finley of Brushy Creek
section, Anderson county, is
visiting his brother Mr. Charles
B. Finley, here this week.
Miss Katherine lagood, with
ier grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
X M. Hagood, are spending ton
days at Tate Springs, Tenn.
Miss Vloride Carey is on an
extended tour in the middle west.
Among other places she will visit
friends inl Forest City, Ark.
Niis (Iladvs Mauldin of Easley
was the att.ractive guest, several
days last. week of her cousin,
N rs. PIfrank McFall, in Pickens.
Married, by J uidge J. 13. Ne*v
bery at his residence Sunday,
J une 20, Miss Elinora Black and
Iiubert L esley of the Carmel
Children's Day and a singing
will take place at Gritfin church
the fourth Sunday in July. A
Ia rge a tfteidance is exNecte(1 and
11 0(d day anticipated.
Mis. K. L. Cureton has re
t.nrned to her home in Pickens
Iftter spending some time in
tlitherfordton, N. C. with her
daughter, Mrs. E. 0. Melkviiel.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Christo
pher last, Sunday visited their
son, John 1). Christopher, and
wyife of' Greenville, who have re!
cent ly been presented with a fine
Mr.and Mrs. Guy McFall vis
ited relatives in Anderson sev
eral days last, week. They
went, through in their autono
bile and were accompanied by
Miss Bessie Rtobertson.
All the people are earnestly
requeste b1~.Oly the Methodist. pas
tor' to att end the services of the
p~r(otract ed mneeting here, begin -
ning next Sunday and contin
ing throughout the week.
Ais very M aiisell, c'olored1, was
lastThurday ight anghtb
oflicer B. B. L a Boon for carry
ing conceealed wveanons. Ilie
w as Itried F'ridat y and( sentenced
t~o t hirtyv days or ipay a fine of'
t went y dlolla rs. The fine was
1 sew. J ust make a visit +
in our ladies' and cil-+
pretty line of ladies' crepe
of white voiles and lawns. 4
Children's dresses, 6 to +
made of ginghams, gala-. 4
reys, lawns and crepes, 4
$2. You will find thenm +
.ek priced only 98c. 4
.Ladies' wvash skirts 4
mn beach cloth, linen and 4
~heperd plaid suitin'g, val- Y
d $2. Our special price +
.Children's dresses in
~ighams, laws,.sizes from
~ars. Specially priced at
middy blouses and middy
' wash suits, rompers and
'alue in ladies' white silk4
pretty line of white lawn
of' anything you may want4
ay' andl see these great val
Miss Mattle Finley went to
Anderson Wednesday where
she will visti her friend Miss
Eugene White a young citi.
zen of V'ckens route 6, was in
town Monday and called at The
Married, by J. B. Newbery at
his office June 16, 1915, Miss
Mary Adcox and Carlie J. Hol
den of Central route 3.
We are glad to note that Mrss.
T. D. Harris is able to be up
again, after having been seri
ously ill for several months.
It will be good news to his
many friends to learn of the im
provemen t of 0. S. Stewart, who
has been critically ill with f'ever.
Miss Frances Bruce w%'ho has
been visiting Mis. Dr. Miles, has
returned to her home in Pick
ens. GrVeenville Daily Pied.
W~e are requested to anoiuce
that there will be a minstrel
show at lioanoke school houitise
Saturday night, July 3. Alnis
sion 10 antd 15 cents.
The Lamlies' Cottage prayer
meeting wvill Imeet Friday even
ing at 4 o'clock with Mrs. Itrnest
Childress. All the ladies o' Pick
Cns are cordially invited to be
Th'le Pickenis ebtapt-er U . 1). C.
will serve sandwicells and ice
tea ot the court house lawn
iTliursday afternoon, beginning
at tive O'cloc'k. I4:verybodly in
vited to coimie.
There will be an all-day sing
ing and also memorial services
at Camp Cieek cluirch the fourth
Sunday inl June. You are re
quested to come and brilig well
filled baskets and songbooks. *
All day singing at 1lolly
Spring secotid Sunday ii sJulv
next. All leaders of music, and
lovers of' music are cordially in
vited. Don't forget to in ing
your baskets alnd song books.
The first Mondays in July ald]
August let every voter regiatei
and get his certificate to vote for
Prohibition in September. If'
you have lost your tax receipt
get. a duplicate from the treas
uirer' SO YOU can vote.
Sam ,J. I j0oper' of Pickens has
b)een app~loinlted aI state constable
andl lef't Tuesday for Charleston
where a strong tight is being
made atgainst illicit sale of wthis
key. Mr'. L ooperi is ai soin of E.
P. Looper of' Pic'kens route :.
Mir. a 1u( Mrs. A. lB. Taylor,
who were mnarr'ied at Eiasley on
Jutne 9, arrived'( in Pickens'last
Saturday; nmorniing after a ten
dlays' hioneymooni tii to Wash
ington, D). C. Mr's. Taylor' left
Tuesday to attend t.he imarriage
of J . lFulton ilohinson of Easley
to MissK( a thleen Svfani ofGaines
Miss (leo Attaway. state or
ganizer for the Womnan's Chiris
tian Temiper'ance' union, will be
in Pickens Tlhursda y. lt will be
remembered that, she made a
forcef'ul talk at the (court house
here one night last summer,
which no dloubt (1id good. She
wvill speak to the ladies at the
Pickens nmill TPhuirsda y night at
l)over Richardson a nevr~Io
threwv a brick andl( hit Lila Wil
liams aInother' negro in the head
at Easley last Saturday. Of
course a lick in thet head did not
kill Lila, bult she was priett.y
badly injuriedl. Ric'hlardsoni was
briought to Pickens by Sheri ff
Roar'k and lodgc'd ini the county
Mrls. La thiai Snead, wi fe of
Mr. W. W . Sneoad, died on~ lie
12th i nst., at her htomne al. A lie
mnill from te teffects o f'a ltumnor.
Shle leaves a husbandl and seven
small clil dreni bes'ides' a host of'
other relatives and friends to
cherish her mtemory. She was
a christian woman and was a
consistent memlber' of' the A lie
Mills Bapitist c'hurch. The f'u
neral held fr'om the r'esidlence
Sunday afternoon, i ntermien t
wvas had in West View t'eme
tervr. -Masley Progress.
A wedding which was quite a
surprise to many in Easley, oc
curred on the afternoon of June
8th at 5 o'clock at the home of
the bride's mlother', Mr's. B3. W.
Duckworth, on East Main street,
when her daugh ter, Miss Gert
rude, was happily married to M r.
Thomas West. lley. E. V.
Babb performed the cei'emon y
in the presence of a few close
friends and i'elatives of the coni
tractinng parties. The bride is
a young lady of many nolble
qualities and is loved b~y a host
of friends. TIhe groom is a
prosperous farmer, of neat' Ma
rietta, Greenville county. The
happy couple siofL mi imediate!ly
after the ci oniy for the
honme of d om, carrying
with ther '-d t wishe's of
niumerot gi %..-Easley Pro
U Summ er Hardwar
at the Big Store
We submit to you the following list of Summer
Hardware the prices of which are very moderate y
Apple Pearers Potato Ricers Reap Hooks
Cherry Stoners, Ice Cream Freezers Grass Blades
SHand Sprayers ' l Picks Bush Blades
Lawn Mowers Charcoil Irons Grain Cradles
Garden Plows Oil Stoves
Garden Trowels Cream Separators, McCormick Mowers
lFly Swatters 'iflue Bell and Delaval Rakes
Screen Wire Enmmocks, Reapers
Screen Doors and Win- Seine Netting Reaping Attachments
dows lishing Tackle Binders
HEATH-BRUCE MORROW COMPANY
Pickens, S. C,
..:PROFESSIONAL CM R1D .
A. pT: A Free Pair
A. P. DuBose
h as moved his Law Otti-e '
No, 6 Martin Building, WVth every suit of Spring-weight KAHN ?
. Ealy . . 'lAILOREDl -CLOTHES sold until this oiler is .
Easley, 8. c. -:
T we give a pair of extra trousers asd
dally oght to bu a pair of extra trou S.
. busi iol the srte
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I.~()Ii -1withdrawnwwergived alpair of9extraatrousers
Youlreally ough to buy a pair f extraAtrous.
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Tires fr old Oleoial Si fo.59 iwde
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1M4 siui eii 4 tickme,7 macrke foveryaoe
Coutred ptebr d wsinthe ear.-imnJar
Croved B-os Co, ckes o.C.f Fruitng
m991 ail r kout e s fou m gile rom BaxleyGa ,
slll 55-9t'l o r91 paro ac oniji~ good FraklnmSga
for small ca paer t for one-haIlf'..t11 its
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lmentiona T1he Pickens Sentinel wrieglo
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