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We have just received another ship
ment of the famous Hamilton
American Gentleman for men, in A t
different leathers, - - $5.00
American Lady for ladies, i $32 to 3950
different leathers, - - $ $
Children's Patent Leathers, Tan $1.00 to $2.00
and Vici,, to.$2
Pants for Men and Boys
The Pants we sell are made to fit and wear. When in the
market for Pants let us show you what We have. Made by
J. Schoneman, "The Pants King Man."
Shirts and Collars
We like to tell you about the excellent line of Dress Shirts
and Collars we sell-the Lion Ikand.- 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 show 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.
A Complete Business Education
For Twenty Dollars Less!
From now till September i you can obtain a
Scholarship in Perry Business College, at our
Special Summer Rate, which- will save you
TWENTY DOLLARS. Scholarships are
unlimited as to time, and you can review
your course without extra cost.
We will also turnish all text books to our
students FREE OF COST during this Spec
It you want the best training possible at a
saving of $20 on a business course, then you
are certainly interested. -j
We Have Never Before Made So Liberal An Offer
N4i will also make the Terms of Payment
Lasy, Guarantee Positions and Guarantee
Remember, a Perry Business College gradu
t ate means efficiency in the highest degree.
.4 Do you not wish to increase your earning
capacity? If so; enter our College and pre
pare yourself for the good position that
awaits you. We give individual instrudion
to each pupil. Our teachers are of the very
best and most capable. Our College equip
ment is the latest and most modern.
4 By all means take advantage of our Special
Summer Rates arnd save money. Patronize
the best school possible and you will be sure
to come here. For particulars, address
Perry Business College
Grand Opera House Building, GREENVlLLE, s. C.
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Safe, Sound and ProgessIve
We solicit your banking business and will show you every
courtesy and convenlier'ce consistent with sound bankiug prin
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAR(EY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
SThe Carey Garage E
PICKENS, S. C.
~ IRST-CL ASS AUTOMOBILE REPAIR WORK of
J) all kind at reasonable prices. We have on hand
at all times the highest grade gasoline, greases,
etc. We also have the only carbogizer for burning
Scylinders in Pickens.
AL W IO R K C UJA R AN TE E D
iThefollowing are the names 'of new
,iubscribers and those who have renewed
teir subscriptions to The Sentinel since
4ur last Issue:
Dr. 0. W. Smith, Liberty.
Walker Kelley, East Helena, Mont.
Mrs. N. J. Curtis, Kissimee, Fla.
G. H. Merrill, Mayhew, Miss.
Mrs. J. P. Anders, Pickens R6.
.J. T. Crowe, Pickens R3.
W. M. Mitchell, Greenville.
S. E. Erwin, Norris.
J. S. Bagwell, Pickens.
Mrs. S. F. Curtis, Pickens.
J. M. Hallum, Liberty R3.
Katie Williams, Central.
Eugene Connelly Dead
Eugene Franklth Connelly died at his
home near Easley Friday, July 9, in the
27th year of his life. He leaves a widow
and two small children, his father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Connelly,
and one sister, Mrs. Guy Wyatt, and
one brother, L. J. Connelly, all of
Eugene married, a little more than
four years ago, Miss Estella, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.Robert Wyatt,
near Easley. Mr. John Smith at ler
guson's Crossing is an uncle; also Mr.
James R. Connelly, near Griffin.
He joined the Baptist church at Mt.
Pisgah three years ago and was an
earnest, active, working Christian and
a young man of sterling character. It
was thought that had he lived he would
have been a preacher, but the Lord
called him home. We must bow in sub.
mission -to - His will for He makes no 4
Funeral services were held by his 4
pastor, Rev. D. W. Hiott, assisted by 4
Rev. W. A. Lamar, and his body was
interred at Fairview church in Ander
son county. An immense throng at
tended the funeral. Eugene was a
faithful member of the W. 0. W? and
the members of Hickory Camp laid his
body to rest. The family has the sym
pathy of the entire community.
Farewell, dear brother, till we meet
A marriage of much interest in this
section was that of Miss Sarah Louise
Sheldon of Westminster to Rev. Wade
H. Boggs of Shawnee, Okla., which
took place at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sheldon, in
Westminster, Wednesday afternoon,
July 7, at 5 o'clock. Rev. J. E. Wal
lace, pastor of the Westminster Pres
byterian church, performed the cere
The bride is a well-known and highly
accomplished young lady, a graduate of
the Columbia College for Women and
for two years has been a popular and
efficient teacher in the Westminster
high school. The groom is a son of M.
A. Boggs of Liberty, a graduate of
Davidson college and Austin, Texas,
Theological seminary. He is the popu
lar pastor of a flourishing church in
Shawnee, OklIa., where the young couple
will make their home.
Immediately after the ceremony the
bride and groom left for Western North
Carolina for a sojourn in the land of
Many out-of-town guests attended the
wedding and both of the contracting
parties have innumerable friends who
wish for them a long, happy and useful
Cedar Rock Notes
Misses Josie and Lucile Couch spent
the week-end with their sister, Mrs.
Mrs. John Freeman and daughter,
Myrtle. visited Z. T. Jones a few days
Miss Ethel Westmoreland was the at
tractiv'e gucst of Ada H. Miller last
Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart are spend
ing a few days in Charleston with the
latter's brother, J. D. Robins.
Mrs. J. T. Mauldin visited her parents
last week. Mr. and Mrs. Joel H. Miller.
Mr. John McCombs is very ill with
fever at present. We hope for him a
Mrs. Hester spent last week with her
son, Dock Hester, of the Lenhardt sec
Notice to Voters
The board of registration for Pickens
county will meet in their office at the
court house on Monday, the second (lay
of August. 1915, to open the books of
registration and remain in session three
days for the purp~ose of registering all
voters becoming 21 years of age and all
who have not registered since 1908.
Will also give renewals to those who
have lost their certificates.
Any voter wishing to vote at any of
the new precincts at Flat Rock, Norris
or Cross Roads may have their certifi
cates transferred to any one of these
Books will close on the evening of
August 4 and will stand closed until
September 15. 1915. ELIAS DAY,
12 Clerk of Board.
Dr. L. L. Jameson
Physician and Ssugeon
Easley, S. C.
Disease.A o: the~ Stoma~'ch a Specialty
Office over Eeley Bank. R~es. Phone 135
We are continuoi
want you to come
to yourself if you d
before you buy. W
to you to trade here
bra satisfaction you
Ity, quantity and sat
price is removing a
Shoes at Goobye Prices
)ne lot Ladies' Queen Qual
ity $3.50 and $4 Oxfords,
to close at ....................... 98c
)ne lot Men's Crossett $4
Oxfords in patent, tan and
dull kid leathers, to close
Aen's $2.50 and $3.50 Ox
fords in all leathers.......$1.48
)ne lot Ladies' Oxfords. 4
former price $1.50 and $2,
while they last ......... 50c
Big lot Children's Oxfords,
worth up to $1.00 ...... ..... 25c
Farewell Price on Men's Hats
)ne lot Men's Black Stiff
Hats, former vrice $3.00... 98c
)ne lot Men's $3 Soft Hats $1.48
)ne lot Men's $2 Hats......... 98c,
At Next to Nothing Prices
)ne rack, consisting of La
dies' Skirts, Wash Suits,
Rain Coats and Wool
Coats, value up to $10.00,
to close at ............... ...... 98c
)ne rack of Ladies' All Wool
Panama Skirts, mostly
blue, a'few blacks in the
lot. These skirts are ex
tra full flare patterns-the
former price was $5.00 to
$7.50-while they last.. ..$1.48
Tfhe weather is getting
to our store and look throu
dren's Ready-to-wear dep
dresses, suspender and gui:
RACK '. Ladies' dre
made of white lawn, cr
chambreys and ginghams
RACK 2. Ladies' dre
nation dresses, suspender
,4 styles, made trom fine qu
and rice cloth, values up t
Scial this week $1.48.
RACK 3. Ladies' fin
satins, silk poplins, crepe
4. chines, voiles, etc., valdes
Yuwill find them special
$3.98, $4.98 and $5.98.
We are also showing ajp
suits at 49C, 98c and $r .29.
Oliver Twist suits at 25c to
and voile waists, worth $i.'
Swaists at 5oc.
All millinery going at on
in dress goods, silks and h~
uies for yourself.
Lsly getting in new
mnd look them over,
.o not see our goods
e are in position to
There is no extra
get at this store.
isfaction at the pric<
remendous lot of o
Bargain No. 1
9-in very soft finish Sea Isl- ]
and, well worth 8 cents
special at...................... 5c
Bargain No. 2
Shirts, cheap at the orig
inal price-Special........... 39c
Bargain No. 3
)ne lot Boys' Wash Pants,
value up to 50c-Special... 19c
den's Clothing at Goodbye Prices
)ne lot Men's and Young
Men's Suits, former price
$10.00 .................. ........$3.98
den's All Wool Suits, good
styles, value $12.50.........$4.98
Ien's Pure All Wool Wors
ted Suits, value $15.00.. ..7.98
den's Hand Tailored Suits,
former price $20 to $30, a
genuine bargain ............$9.98
.en's Odd Coats, value $3
to $5 ................... 98c
D-ess Goods, Etc.
)ne lot of Figured Muslin,
10c quality, the vard..... 5
Dne lot White Check Dimity
and h i g h I y Mercerized
Waistinr, value up to 35c, 10c
P1 All Wool Mohair Dress
G oods ........ .................... 39c
Bargains in Our I
too hot to sit at a machine and
gh the many bargains we have
artment. We are showing a
mnpe dresses, also a pretty line
sses nicely RACK 4.
epe cloths, 1 4 yrs. size,
only 98c. teas, chambr
_________ values up to
;ses, combi- all on one rai
and guimpe RACK 5
ality crepes made of pahi
o $3. Spe- pique, also si
,_____ ues $1.50 an4
~ dreses inonly 98c.
s, crepe dle TABLE 6.
u p to at-. chambreys,
_______ 49c and 68c.
retty line of ladies' and misses'
Also a nice line of little boys'
$i. We also have a special v
;o, we are running at 98c. A
e-half price. A complete line<
Lces. Visit our store right aws
.Bolt & C
Store That's Always I
~, SOUTH CAF
goods here and we
You are not fair
and get our prices
make it profitable
charge for the ex
We give you qual
) of one. And that
4en's Linen Collars, while
they last, each ................ lc
lew Goods Included in this Sale
At Cut Prices.
6-inch Bleached Twill
Jeans for Skirts and Mid
dy Blouses, value 15c...... 10c
.Tew Dress Ginghams, 121c
grade ............................. 10c
lew Summer Wash Materi
als, consisting of Figured
Crepes, Voils, Poplins and
o t h e r popular Fabrics,
worth up to 25c............ 15c
New Ladies' Ready-to-Wear
tily trimmed, worth $1.50, 98c
3enuine Galatea M i d d y
Blouses, worth $1.00........ 69c
Dther New Goods at War Prices
36 - inch Apron and Dress
Ginghams, 10c value........ 74c
Men's $1.00 Dress Shirts in
neat patterns.................. 79c
Ladies' House Dresses in
Gingham and Percale
worth $1.50................ 98c
cale Dresses, value to $1... 50c
sew. Just make a visit 4
in our ladies and chil
pretty line of ladies' crepeA
of white voiles and lawns.
Children's dresses, 6 to+
nade of ginghams, gala
eys, lawns and crepes, *
$2. You will find them
:k priced only 98c.
Ladies' wash skirts +
n beach cloth, linen and
meperd plaid suiting, val
I $2. Our special price
Children's dresses in
inghams, laws, sizes from
irs. Specially priced at
middy blouses and middy
wash suits, rompers and.
ilue in ladies' white silk *
pretty line of white lawn 4
>f anything you may want
y and see these great val-*