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When You Want
BILTMORE ICE CREAM'
Which is servaI bY (is 15 exclusiv(lyV. It is the best
there .. It is pri-epared under the most sanitary
confitions aditl is as healthful as it is delicious: Five
(ents a porftion at fointain; 50c a quart; $2 a gallon.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HAULUM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
Biltmore Ice Cream is made by the Vanderbilts
At Biltmore, N. C.
Calvin Garrett. who holds a The 1 ladies' Cottage prayer
responsible position with the Bell meeting will meet Friday even
Telephone Co. at Columbia. is ing at 4 o'clock with Mrs. Lewis
spending his vacation with his Burtnett. All the ladies of Pick
parents, Mir. and Mrs. J..\M. Gar- ens are cordially invited to be
rett, near Pickens. present.
"TIMES HAVE CHANGED!
:A fe\w 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 now when a
nian dies is how much Insurance didl he have.
To get the best Insurance policy on the market,
all you have to do is to give me your applica
tion therefor and let me have the medical ex
anination nade. Now, don't say to yourself
that you don't need it, FOR THE HOSPITALS .
S AN1) CEMETERIES ARE CROWDED WITH
PEOPLE WHO SAID THE SAME THING,
and at the time they were lust as prosperous
and just as healthy as you are today.
::"Safe in the Southeastern," The Company
You Will Eventually Insure With.
Why Not Now?
J. T. RICHEY, Special Agent,
I: H. J Mc E ,General A et
Anderson, S. C.
I). A . (Cooper. of' Henderson- Orln fGrcre scr
ville. N. C'.. spent sev'eral dayspetanwegrneefsh
last. w eek u it h h is son. .James
Cooper,' ofl Pickens 'ouniity. M r pie r igtadsr
COOper is a native of this coun- lro t.'ewatou
ty, but. left here about fourteen taeadaepeae omk
years ago) a nd has only made aitoyuravngeotad
fwvisits back here in that wt s r sadse
time. 11is is a painting con tiac- PcesHrwr rcr
10or and bi oness in his line is
Lewis LieovGoer isom
" h Be tradEeanre U rpedt mk
I ~ wht ' t o our avantgetotrd
withan 2 s5ryucndse
hoo Compan. E EIPoi
Earle Lewis says the German s
must te using Paris green on the
Willie Thompson of Greenville
spent last week with his parents
Messrs. E. C. and Jas. A.
Edens of route 4 were in town
on business Thursday.
Clifford Lewis of Lockbart is
spending a part of his vacation
with homefolks in Pickens.
Every Pickens K. of P. is re
quested to meet at the hall Mon
day evening, August 2, at 8.30.
Dr. F. S. Porter went to West
minster Sunday to visit his
mother, who had been sick for
Mrs. J. A. Terrell and four
children, of Westminster. are
visiting her parents, Rev. and
Mrs. 1). W. Hitt.
Mrs. Bailey Robinson has re
turned home after a deliahtful
visit to her father, J. L. Stan
sell, in the mountains.
Ernest Christopher and Doug
las Yongue have retreated from
the hustle, bustle and noise of
Ithe city and gone to the quiet
ude of the mountains. where
they spent several (lays in a state
Some time during August the
W. C. T. U. and anti-saloon
league of Pickens will give a
prohibition rally at the court
house. The (late and promi
nent speakers will be announc
ed later. They want everybody
to come, bring a basket of din
ner, and enjoy a pleasant an(d
Rev. L. E. Wiggins was call
e(d to Rock Hill Sunday on ac
count of the death of a brother
in-law, Presiding Elder R. L.
Holroyd, Mr. Holrovd was one
of the most prominent members
of the Methodist conferences of
this state. In 1886 he married
Miss Lula E. Wiggins and
seven sons were horn unto
D. J. Fant, the well-known
christian engineer. has consent
e( to conduct a protracted meet
ing here beginning the second
Sunday in September. He will
preach in the court house or
Iperhaps a tent. Prof. John A.
I Durham of Westminster has
been secured to lead the singing.
Let all christians pray for the
meeti ng. Every body cordially
invited to attend the meeting.
S. N. Carson of: route 1 paidl
T he Senctinel a pleasant visit
M\ondayi~. Hie says all the people
whlousedl to send( the edlitors
smtig good to eat have not
moved awvay and b)y way of
pr1oof pr esented us with four of
the finest tomatoes we have
seen, the four weighing five and
a half p~ounds. It is needless to
say that we appreciate the gift.
Mr. Carson has a lot of tomatoes
this year and by way of experi
mient he prunedl some of the
vines and did not prune the
earierandlarger tomatoes, but
ele thnsth vines wvhich wer'e
not pruned will hear' longer.
Elliott WVilliams and two
charming daughters, Misses
Lake and Olive, of the George's
Creek section werwe iln Pickens
Th ursda y making the trip from
their home here in their s' x-cyl
inde'r car. Mr. Williams is one
of the best farmers inl the coiuni
ty and1 sold his last year's cemp
of I100 bales of cotton for 1(0
(cnts aI pound1(. He is a prlacti
cal farmer and~ pay's cash for
what he buys, lie says the
European war dloes not affect
him as lie raises all oe needs at
home andl his cotton is a surplus
crop. While here they were
guests at the home of M . F.
H~ester and1 were accompanied
home by Miss Pearl and Ralph
Hester. They attendedl the
homecom intg at Georges Creek
FRUIT JAR CAPS
Trhe newest thing in caps fori
fruit jars, preventing metal of
any kind from comning mn contact
wvith contents of jar. Discard
your 01(1 zine capsI), which may
cause poisonous gases, and use
White Crowvn Caps for the pro
tection of your health. White
Crown Caps fit any Mason jar:
no loss: no spoilage: satisfaction
guaran teed; mioney back if they
fail. I have a supplly on hand
now. See them before they are
Fresh groceries at all times.
J. C. ALEXANDR. Picens.
As you no do
our Dry Goods I
and they will co:
sale checks that
will be accepted
may want in dra
We will use a
velopment of o
L ture, Heavy and
ing these lines a
will find here on
9 stocks to be fou
We wish to t
a their support in
we will at all tir
and most courte
'Wavated-An industrious man who
:an earn $100 per month and expenses
retailing our products to farmers. Must
iave some means for starting expenses
and furnish contract signed by two re
sponsible men. Address W. T. Raw
leigh Company, Freeport, IL., giving
Rge, occupation and references.
F.\' IR V 'D.\ Y in the week house ( ress, neat
stvle, goodtl ntiLerbiil, at 98e. tieal elegant i ress,
W1.-18: innterial worth nitre. T'ree pugs all
t o b 'inc011144- . Next Saturdl y high giatle
niftIIle lip , p d, * moun tis $. worth '!n-: time
out nex t Stiturtnly for best appi e vitingoir at 2.
It pays to s'e ' 1). 11lirris.
A 4hood Farnau for salei for the
next 30 days, situatedI one mile from
Pickens C. HI., on Pickens and Easlev
road. Good dwelling, twvo tenant houses,
goodl barn'l andl pasture. If in terestedl,
see or write W. P. Stewart. Calhoun,
Ga., route No. 5. 141
Sl:.\SI Iisitl AdT.\:-. 'iiaen T!, -ullivan's
lahid, N.. I'.<pen foir the seasomn. Frot
Iteath, limit I Wtit-. (;oimm al e l i o~Iiand. .\d-.
I r(ss \lIr-. Wi. T. ltey ohmils. 14
Pimlkens tiounity to oulr G reenvjiml e t Iie 'fr I*ye
work: .\, we tire uin mbers of the I 'hanibeit'r of
I i n ret, we refundta rail roam Ifatres. .\ . .\
hlom. tonisultin tu 4Iptoineetrist )jptiian. presi
lent Thew Globe Optimal i'i.. MAimuiie Tletimiie,
Ii lt S.\ I L I'cien lhes. Itilge pew hes lmiim/ied
lit six -bask et erates. Prom~tt shlimentI fr
shljipments'.\tiy -14 tn. Vonmi moul ntl sendi
youir frliend a beitter gifIt fomr *- I. 1t. I. .\ It.\1.
WVatsonm. IimUtge Sitring, S. I'. I::
3I unt NeI I uick Iy.3'i8 acres very
best red pebbly upland with well-im
proved 3-horse farm, 2 sets of buildings
and good barns, on goodl roadl with dlaily
mail route, four miles from BaixleyGau,
county seat of Appling county. Will
sell all or any part of tract on good terms
for small cash playment for one-half its
value. In answering this advertisement
mention The Pickens Sentinel. Write
lLok Box 8G, Baxley, Ga., f'or fur'ther
informnation. 50t I
We4 ar e ini thle mRaruket for
Country Butter 52 weeks in the year.
Craig Bros. Co., P'ickens, S. Q. 4tf
Engraved Wedding Invitations, an
nouncemen ts, cards, stationery, etc.. of
the highest quality and latest styles can
be had at T1he Ptekens Sentinel offee.
See our samples and get our prices.
Sen ill, t' '. I'ieken'-s . '
McSwain & Craig
Pract ice in State andl Federal Courts
Greenville Offee Phone 21(0
P'ickens Offee Phone 39
Dr. L. L. Jameson
Physician andt Surgeon
Easley, s. C.
3iseases of the Stomach a Specialty
)flee over E~asley Bank. Res. Phone 135
LA DITlm f
kyour Dtrugaga for CHI.CHEA-.TER R
DIlAMOND) IRAND) PIIllS in RED andf\
Torir metallic boxes, sealed with Blue~~h
)ulct6snd ask fo-rn nif st.
)J A MONDj H H A N PI LLs, for t wenty-five
'ears regarded as Blest,Safeat, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
*IEE EVERYWHERE .T03'"
ubt know by this time, we have sold U
)epartment to Hobbs-Henderson Co.
rtinue to run that department. Our m
we give in exchange for produce U
by them as cash for anything you n
,11 our capital and energy to the - i
ir other lines---Hardware, Farm/4~n- u
, Ranges, Wagons, Buggies, rni$
Fancy Groceries. We are i rea' )z
nd adding many new lines, a d you r
e of the largest and most cpmplete n
nd in the state.
.iank our friends and customers for 2
the past and wish to assure you that n
nes give you the very best service 2
ous treatment that is in our power. n
ing you for past favors, we beg to 2
Yours very truly,
UCE MORROW COMPANY n
Pickens, S. C,
A Free Pair
. With every suit of Spring-weight
TAILORED-CLOTHES sold until th
. withdrawn, we give a pair of extrai
: You really ought to buy a pair of e.
:(ers with every suit you gret--it dob
--of the suit. C
1P ut nowv--to stimulate busines'
+ the added trousers FREE.
Of course, this offer does not
thin stu ffs like Palm Beach,SihC
~A. 1). Attaw way,~..
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W.1t..ttit and i. c. Greenville, S.aC.
a~e of PtlNewof"Dollar"asDepaatment
Giren M.no o ontanee SeeursPtte
fetit M ti lsaso hn Fruit Jars
in "~ FranklintuSugar
Mola s n 5Fgallo jacksn
Harter's A No. 1 Flour, always good
J. T. Flynn
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