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If you paycash we pay postage
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLIJM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
PUBLIC SERVICE AUTOMOBILE
R. L. DAVIS, APickens "i" Pickens, S. C.
TIMES HAVE CHANGED!
A few years ag;o when a man died the question
was asked: "D)id he have any Insurance?" But *
times have changed a great deal since then.
One of the first questions asked now when a
man (dies is howv much Insurance did he have, 9
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
amination made. Now, don't say to yourself
that you don't need it, FOR THE HOSPITALS
AND CEMETERIES ARE CROWDED WITH
. PEOPLE WHO SAID THE SAME THING,
and at the time they were just as prosperous
and just as healthy as you are today.
( "Safe in the Southeastern," The Company
You Will Eventually Insure With.
:t Why Not Now?
* J. T. RICHEY, Special Agent,
l<~1'o ry dS T easre I'iekens County.'
. H. J. McGEE, General Agent,
Anderson, S. C.
Formeri-ly (Cashier( .Farmers(' IB aniik, Cen tral.
The Pickens Graded - High
school will begin its next ses. Our line of Groceries is comn
sion Monday. September (. The plete and we guarantee fresh.
faculty this year is composed.of Ourpie r r tadsr
the followintg experiencedl teach- rlrcsa igtade
ers: Prof. W. Mv. Melton, prn vice prompt, We wvant your
cipal; Miss IsadIora Williams, trade and are prepared to make
high school; Misses Vesta Ash-.
more, Nellie Grandy, Ada Craig it to your advantage to trade
and Belle Yongue. All of the with us. Try us and see.
teachers vith the exception of Pickens Hardlware & Grocery
the princpal are natives of Pick- Cmay
ens county. Cmay
* To Our City
Thursday, Sept 2
Drink at our Fountain. Best
Ice Cream and Drinks. Every
thing that's first-class in Drugs.
* KEO WEE PIIARMiACV
THE NVsIL STORE
Phone 24 R.F EIP~p
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tenew your subscription to.
your county paper.
Miss Gertrude Harris visited
in Liberty this week.
Rev. L. E. Wiggins spent
Thursday in Greenville.
Miss Ada Ferguson of Chester
is the guest of Miss Nelle Free
Misses Nannie and Stella Por
ter are visiting friends in Cen
Arthur Allen of Greenville is
spending several days with his
Miss Isabelle Ashmore is the
guest of her cousin, Miss Vesta
Miss Melinda Porter is spend
ing this week with Mrs. John
Brock in Central.
Mrs. May Smith, of Anniston,
Ala., is visiting Mrs. S. F. Cur
tis in Pickens.
Sam Jones, of the Cross Roads
section, spent awhile in town
T. D. Harris, Jr., and Misses
Lucile and Kathleen Harris are
on a visit to Atlanta.
Miss Ruth Parsons has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cal
laham in Greenville.
The Wesleyan college at Cen
tral and Six Mile Baptist acad
emy opened Monday.
Miss Meda Boggs returned J
this week to her work at the )
Spartan Academy in Grace.
Miss Alice Thompson and Mrs. )
Ben LaBoon spent the week-end )
with relatives in Greenville.
Mrs. N. 1). Lesesne and chil
dren, of Kingstee, are visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. T. McFall.
Johnson' 5 and 10c store hasI
some special bargains for you
this week. Read advertisement.
Miss Mettie Surratt, of Wil
liamston, is visiting the family
of Rev. D. W. Hiott.
Miss Mildred Cox has been
taken to a hospital in Washing- A
ton for an operation for appeni- f
Mrs. Sam Christopher and "
children of Columbia are the C
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. 9
Misses Howard and Miss Cor.
rinne Robertson, of Greenville, '
are visiting the latter's sister, u
Mrs. Guy McFall.
Mrs. Jim Carey and daugters,
Misses Floride and Bernice have i
gone to Georgia for a ten days' a
stay wvith relatives.
Rev. W. Arthur Christopher
and family of D~uncan have been
on a visit to his father, Auditor
N. A. Christopher.
Mrs. George Hall of WVilming
ton, N. C., is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. 0.
Thompson, in Pickens.
Rev. WV. A. Christopher occu
pied the pulpit of the Pickens
Methodist church Sunday and1
delivered a forceful sermon. 1
ISam B. Craig of Pickens has
beed invited to deliver an ad
dress at a big W. 0. W. picnic
in H-orry county September 7.
Roy Nealy, who has b~een
wvorking in Newport and other
places in Tennessee for the past
year, has returned to Pickens.
The many friends of Post
master McLaniel wvill be glad to
hear that he is improving, after
a seveire attack of acute indiges
Misses Ruth and Edna Ralney
have returned to their home in
Gainesville, Ga., af ter spending
several days with Miss Lorena
Dr. J. M. Crenshaw of Marri
etta route 2 was in Pickens on
business last F3rday, and made
The Sentinel a pleasant call
Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Johnson
ofChester and Mrs. Mary Moon
of Greenville are visiting their
brother, Tr. D. Harris, at the
Joab Woodward of Duncan,
formerly of Pickens, Is visiting
Auditor Christopher. It will be
remembered tl at his sister, Miss
Frances Wood ward, was killed
by John Moore in Spartanburg
several years ago.
The other day wve asked Tuck
Cantrell how he felt and he re
plied: "Fine, fine; not a thing
hurtinig me and nothing bother
ing me. I come as near feeling~
that way all the time as any
body." That sure is a good
way to feel and Tuck should be
IBALE YOUR HAY!1
There are several reasons why it will pay you to
M bale your hay:
First: It will only occupy one-fifth the space
required to -store loose hay.
Second: Hay will bring good prices, and
baled hay is in shape to market.
Third: Baled hay retains its strength and is n
more valuable for feeding.
We have in stock the I. H. C. Pull Power 14x18
Portable Press ready for delivery. Get our prices.
HEATH.BRUCE- MORROW .COMPANY
Pickens, S. C,
I~flII~flP or some one designated by the board, Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
SPECI must deliver to the commissionersToIbEw
I.UI~Iielection the poll list, the boxes contain- Notice1 to Jh Nweryy gienthtI il mk
ingth ballots and wvritten statements udppofrlickto o .B ensbouy, inte
of heresltof heelection. 4 ug fProbate forPcesouti
A few choice pigs fo' Kale.-- Managers of Election.-The following the tate of South Carolina, on the 9th
. C. Smith Pickens. Pigs now readyday of
>r delivery. pointed to holi the election at the va noon, or as soon thereafter as
kous precincts in the c : e
.S1'iC1A I. 4)lati-To patints coming fraon Alice Mill-W~. E. Hill, T. H ardo, *H mtdcasd n bands
ickeiis counity to our G.reenville oflie for eye R. R. Smith. J .S ih eesd n bande
ork: As we are members of the Chamber of Norris-D. M. Newton, J.T. Masse charge as administrator of said estate.
on nerce, we refund railroad fares. .. C. CyBro' C. E. DoINO
(1011, <01 ult rigrefptometristOptieian. presi ghs. 20,
t The Globe optical Co., Masonic'reniple, Pleasant Grove-W. D. HenjrixD.L 2 Administrator.
reenville, S. C. Barker, A. G. Fortner.
.....-Peters Creek---W. H. Williams J. E. Citation
Engraved Wedding Invitations, an- Sileton, John T. Foster. State or South Carolina,
ouncements, cards, stationery, etc., of gsed Store-S. F. Prior, W. D. County of Pickens.
he highest quality and latest styles can Sutherland, J. P. Jones.
e had at The Pickens Sentinel office, Eastatoe-A. T. Winchester, W W. By J. B. Newber, Probate Judge:
ee our samples and get our prices.William McCombs made
Ceu apendgtorpie. aen D. . Wicheri,.W.Bgs suit to me to grant him letters of ad
For Sale-At a bargain, one farm Sith. ministration of the estate and effects of
wo miles southwest of Pickens C. H.,Lirt-.BRihdsnSJ.obJhnHMobs
nown as part of the Garryn place; willisoWA.WtisThearhrfrtoceanad
elI on easy terms. If interested applyPiesCotnMl-.S.Cmblmoshalndsnuateknrdad
o Luther B. Boggs, Wahalla, S.5. 20TJ.HysH.JPatro. 'ceirsfthsidonR.Mom,
I SI L L at lot or tobacco. M~iy notion Is it's be- Fe
ause I know what gool l obac"on is~ 41 select mn .W etr oemi h or fPoae ob
re k inda ( lawers t il spitters lik. ei the FltR c-.S isn I. j eda iknS . nte1t a
ups, sauicers 1andl~te 'Irea teo t one it
urely pays to xee Ti. D. htrris. Se at .M yc.so asi n hyhvwysi
_____ Julin som oe-signatedlby, . N ardmiitainsoloegatd
must d.. - - laeerB t. Juhen comsinr Gieofe m adad elti
Notice of Electiolecin the plista, W.he boxes ntain- ugs, no oin,195
Souh Cro~a nteralos and wteven, J.S.tet
ofeofC te Gaes. fte lcin
County orPickensaaerseJ T. ElectiamsTh followingio
Notce s erey ventht a dc- tmagrs C.f Gletoaeee ateop-t Crin,
Ailwl ehedo 4h a fSp ie Mill-D. E.aHilt, M.BH.Gardet ounyoikn
icsfxdb a nsi ony pNrrs--. . Newto, E.TH. Wasey, Wees .B rlm utt
~he uesionas o whthe th man-C. . Boroughs.
~actue andsale f alcholicleassndtI ertovr-nt.imDletersdfraxiiD.La
i Bur arkiAnt otnr.F.EdnW .toothesaendeec fV
ever~sshal beprohbitd orConPeoesS C.e--W H.rWiuriamsoJ.sE
nue inthisstae, a prvide byActgapletn, JonD. Mauster . S a-Teeae hrfrt i n d
Hog6sedumttoteqalfe let ct .M Dtodes. F.nshallanioirar W.ki edan
Suth qeto o h roiiin fLoerand,-. 0ones.L reiosoftesidWAturhms
iqurs ndbevrags n satean toGEnwoaod-A . .ches, . .bfr e nteCuto rtt
proideforthecaryin ofthee IElisen, . . Bunkher.behlatPcnsS.Cotethly
Libaey-E B.to Rill-F.rdso n, .J.M ofb- tme,11,netatrp~ia
of February, 1915.Jns, W. P. Mcakiel.tinhroaI 'cckntetr
he lifcatonsfor uffageareasPiken Cee-tdnE ix,T. . altonl, not hwcue fayte ae
Tows . . atios, .J.Ptesn
Residnce n stte tw yeasCriothe Pains-J.. P.ndley, Em oprsh adamnstainsoln
Kennoeier n h ~l)D rcnc~MF estr. Gienunermyyndondselds. t
inwHhteeetrofest oe orioll SpringE T.Cowencer. 20hdyoEAgsAn.oii 95
duSntpybe.Poiddehaw alph G.msync.
Jeoeayeeto faypl a he sulia Store-. . Fin,.oh 17J B. NWEY Sel
eNointie sttothEerwiseuonfrth lcinlnd 0ho
liid l ~ ~ tate of South Carolina, -CCn E .Sees .S ye
Regstrtyion. Payken f~ aeiSptm ea kn Cateche-.t.ilia s . W
Nincdig pollebyx assesseda an colect- Hoar, . J.Gallr. E RI, Cut fPce
iboe duing behldothe iou yea.y The Sp- ixMe-.Gart, .B art,
ifer A D.e1915,cateo the om re- ofyd Gart. C.GIE, CutoomnPes
ducts fnxedTby aw invsaidounty,.uposPraters-C.G.iLewisgElH.sWatson
the offiero asutorizedtoerct sauH BosiroStaead.ut oasdfnat
teaes shall bocie prote ofh PickeJnes Couty S.CKeithefnat bv-nmd
pinued m thisse, Youprviredbherebyapsummoned. Muanin W.qSGar
h06 osubied qufooeing ele- edettnwerthecompainodnthin.c
pos thenquesond clerks musibto tak tionopercswasn-W.eOnChapmanceE.L.
thanuscetorenstiteoaloh.i iJones J.To ellde. lrko oratPces . n3s
Thvie himof the boarm of thsmpoaEnsoF.GgBners
visins adinter eft athproe the 1th dayEafleylytton5,ian-F.oE.erarr, J.M.
ma.The aniiaons elec thiraear- asMieiekJonsi,.E.Dltn
folown an.lek L.i W.Nationds.n iehroeclsvo h a fsc
Posec at ta vtng years, ms the Pickns-.L tohornpeytwo-horoopervien fyufioaseh
ilnedic athe o'lck a.er m.vdcoed atu jaCr orl-.O Hughoy, T.C.Spner, tifi hi cin ilaplth
4o'cloksp n., xepayet ixhCt montfIsa 'Wilttsllas.dwetcur o h rle eaneih
Charlestn, eethey ofapll tax open IsaueaMilCi.TarnJh
atu7 a.nd paal closeded6. mha min as fRp Ralmselirycmlit
ite mnargeof haveorganizer tohurch Th mnagt ell at fe recinct foredatdJl 1 .D 9
a tacncy; anof pubne .ol he aal be above all requste to.elegaeoneSo
entted the ite-sxa apont, freo-thimnme to se r Clerkboxeso and
amneg the stt,( trleualified vtrtemn- blaifth e aetio id , 10th CofRfIN
gerldin who atax, begsworn can conc- J~uro.pgs E.liniC'sAtorey
ibdurg the pevion. yea. ielro hel G.U GAINr ElStr otedfndnW .Cse
ducthn oe of cethcae eo the ceip l1o l t T I tBe aentcta h umn nti
tages sad e mocusv proe pfthubliclyunyS.C
toayment thereaot e n on h.\at OUt oea( e ~atoofwihtefrgigiao
ballos managers and connerk mvust it ytlto teceko or a iknS .
andi subscribe util the costitui oalath. W a t t - el w
Te cadrmae of sttementr of manersl nte3s a fJl,11,adin
can adignither thme Wthito thre clasheri ~
thae Themaiagr eoec ther har- inEo codto. PkcS C.EROION
4 o'clok p. m. excep PnatheCityfos Attorney .
Charestn, weretheyshal beopeed , an e yoir eed hea