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MILLIONS OF UNITED STATES
CITIZENS WILL JOIN the WAR
Not the European war, but a War
against rats, mice, water bugs and
roaches. Elkay's Rat and Roach
Paste in tubes with Phosphorus 2
per cent is the one best bet in the
campaign. Cleanest, easiest, surest
way. Just squeeze the tube, the
paste spreads itself. Rats and mice
die out of doors. It is guaranteed or
money refunded. 25 cents the tube
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLUM, Proprietor
Phone No, 1
N.B.-We pay postage if you pay cash
.CHICORA COLLEGE FOR WOMEN
A fitanburb College of iUnefontrCut, BIo6tinrton unh afaracter
q Christian Influences.
4 Home-like Surroundings.
4 Select Student-body.
43 College of Liberal Arts and
( Conservatory of Music.
4 Schools of Art, Expression and
An Ideal College for Women
i For Catalogue and Information
R EV. S. C. BYRD, D. D.#
Columbia, -S. C.
TIMES HAVE CH.ANGED!:i
A few years ago when a man died the question
was asked: "Did he have any Insurance?" But
times have changed a great deal since then.
One of the first questions asked n:>w when a
man dies is how much Insurance did he have,
To get the best Insurance policy on the market,
all you have to do is to give me your applica
4tion therefor and let me have the medical ex
Yamination made. Now, don't say to yourself
that you don't need it, FOR THE HOSPITALS
AND) CEMETERIES ARE CROWDED WIT H
P 1EOPLE WHO SAID THE SAME THiNG,
* and at the time they were just as prosperous
and just as healthy as you are today.
S"Safe in the Southeastern," The Company
* You Will Eventually Insure With.
Why Not Now?
* J. T. RICHEY, Special Agent,
* L") Forme%~rl TreasuIre PickeIns(1 Couty.
* H. J. McGEE, General Agent,
Anderson, S. C.
* FormeryI Cashi(er 14armerlCs' .Ianik, Ciien)tral.
For Mk ooping
* Lewis' White Pine and Tar
Cough Syrup, Mentholated
N O MOR P H IN E!
Large Bottle 25 Cents
KEGOWEE PIIARMACV :
THtE NVAL STORE.
Ernest Alexander spent last
week at Hinkle's.
,-Misses Ellen Lewis and Inez
Morris are visiting in Green
Misses Nannie and Stella Por
ter spent Monday in Greenville
Miss Mary Morris is a member
of m' house party at Cedar Moun
tair ,N. C.
Harrison Edens has sold his
photograph gallery to James
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bowen of
Norris visitect relatives in Wal
halla last week.
Miss Maka Boggs has been
spending a while with Miss
Mayme Williams near Mt. Car
J. Cal Jennings went to Co
lumbia last week to carry a lady
from Central to the hospital for
The many friends of Judge
and Mrs. J. B. Newberry rejoice
to know that she is now conva
lescing from a severe illness.
Claud Hester says the buttons
are placed on the left side of
ladies' coats and the right side
of men"3 coats so the coats may
Mr. and Mrs. Remus Hender
son of Anderson, spent the week
end with Mrs. Henderson's par
ents Mr. and Mrs. Mack Farmer.
Rev. E. M. Bolding, well
known Baptist preacher of the
Six Mile section, is attending
the Baptist Assembly in Green
ville this week.
Mrs. C. N. Wyatt and daugh
ters, Misses Eva, Ethel and Al
een, and son Charles, of Easley,
spent Monday with the family
Rev. D. W. Hiott.
Mrs. W. A. Cason, of Atlanta,
Ga., visited her brother, T. D.
Harris, at the Hiawatha hotel
last week. Mr. Harris' mother
is also on a visit to him.
Mr. James Mauldin and
daughter Miss Nina have re
iturned to their home in Birm
ingham Ala. after an extended
visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mc Farm
Dr. C. W. Smith, a physican
and surgeon who has been lo
cated at Newry for the past six
years, has moved to Liberty,
where he will practice his pro
The friends of Rev, and Mrs.
L. E. Wiggins will be sorry to
learn that the beautiful home
of Mrs. Wiggins' mother, in
Nashville Tenn., was destroyed
by fire last week.
J. W. Hendricks calls atten
tion in his advertisement this
week to the fact that he has
added a ten-cent counter to his
store and has many baigains on
it. Read his ad.
Arthur, the young son of B.
A. Morgan of Greenville, was
accidentally shot b~y a playmate
one afternoon last week. A .32
calibre pistol ball entered the
leg of the lad, but the injury is
Jesse Morris said he heard wve
liked beans and Saturday he
brought us a peck of as fiine
beans as we have ever seen.
Jess says he has put up eighty
cans this summer and expects
to put up 100 more.
Chief Nealy and the balance
of the . street force are doing
some good work on the streets
of Pickens. We notice, 'how
ever, that they begin work on
some streets and do not finish
working the entire street.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Morris
spent some time in Greenville
last week. Mrs. Morris has had
some trouble with her eyes and
while in Greenville had them
treated. We are glad to learn
that she is much improved.
FRUIT JAR CAPS
The newest thing in caps for
fruit jars, preventing metal of
any kind from coming in contact
with contents of jar. Discard
your old zinc caps, which ~aa
cause poisonous gases, and use
White Crown Caps for the pro
tection of your health. White
Crown Caps fit any Mason jar;
no loss; no spoilage: satisfaction
guaranteed; money back if they
fail. [ have a supply on hand
now. See them before they are
Fresh grocei es at all times.
J. C- ALEXANDR Picen.
Ha -Bu ceay orowe Cri
Stoves and Ranges
Wagons and Buggaies
Fancy and Heavy Groceries
Furniture and House Furnishings
n Watch this space for our announcement
HEATH-BRUCE MORROW COMPANY
Pickens, S. C
Nine young men stood the ex
amination at the court house
Friday for a scholarship in Clem- 0
son College. A Free -P air
Paul Boggs, a ministerial stu- ?
dent of the Presbyterian church, 1o T rousers
is spending thesummer with his
mother, Mrs. M. E. Boggs, on
Eastatoe and helping in church With every suit of Spring-weight KAHN
work in that community. Paul's :
father, the late Rev. W. K. T AILORED-CLOTHES sold until this offer is
Boggs, was a minister of great - withdrawn, we give a pair of extra trousers
usefulness and we predict for free.
Paul a successful ministry. You really ought to buy a pair of extra trous
ers with every suit you get--it doubles the life
of the suit. 4'
- But now-to stimulate business-we're giving
L~ost-Between Eastatoe and Easley, th.dddtoues -RE
latowete on e r idsbak coat and "Of course, this offer does not apply to Aihecially
turn to The Sentinel office. thin stuffs like Palm Becikand "Tropicrash
For' Male-A good buggy horse,
weight 1100; color dark bay, seven years . -
old. Bargamn for some one. Apply to - -A
T. A. Robinson, Lock Box 15, Central,
con fnresdeceam aae t na Kahn Tailoring Company
H s , it ce oo tem .tq right party. 11. 0.
SEASil 1- t''i'~rGI-, Station 2l. Sullivan's__________
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direas Mirs. W. T. Rleyaao isa. 14 W r ld t eot ta
worsk:es wet are oumrs of thle Chambei riuhimrvdofhelh
C o m c, t l arefu n d railro a di fare . A
clent Tihe Globe Opt! al Co., Masonic Ten pie,gurnefes.9 Cnt
Greenville. S. c. peeadw
ii . si-bam e crates. l'romnt shp en mi
your friend a httr ift fom **2. I). C. I'~. .~ it. N.
Watson, RJ dge Spritng, s. c. 1.1rd n r reae omk.
MusteI Qeltutk ly,378 acres veryittyoravngeotad eeileS.CI
best red pebbi upland with well-im-wih s.Tr sads
proved 3-horse arm, 2 sets of buildingsPi
and good barns, on good road with daielyiaciar
mail route, four miles from Baaley,Ga, ,on u
county seat of Appling county. Will 1
sell all or any part of tract on good terms -__
for small cash payment for one-half its -- __
value. In answering this advertisement
mention The Pickens Sentinel. write
Lock Box 86, Baxley, Ga., for further
We'4 are in tiae mnarket for
Country Butter 52 weeks in the year.
Craig Bros. Co., Pickens, S. C. 4tf
Engraved Wedding - Invitations, an
nouncements, cards, stationery, etc., of
the highest quality and latest styles can
be hadl a t The Pickens Sentinel office.Fo
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