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Just at this time of year most of us feel like
sitting under the shade and-letting some of the
things that need attention go undone, but pretty
- soon if"we were to give way to our feelings we
would 'regret having been so "lazy.", There is
much 'fruit and vegatables that need saving and
it mneans now or nevqr, hot or cold, rain or shine.
We have on hand a good supply of fruit jars,
fi-uit jar rings for Mason jars, White Crown jar
tops, rubbers, Economy jar tops, preserving
powder, pure apple vinegar and white wine pick
ling vinegar; fly traps to catch the flies; kraut or
meat jars; churns; pitchers for butter, milk, etc;
covered jars, jugs, etc.
But Don't Work All the Time
You need some rest. If your chairs need a new
bottom call on us for most any size. If you think
of taking a vacation you will probably need trot
lines, fish lines, fish hooks, etc. Maybe a cheap
watch or drinking cup. We have them.
Cots, cot pads, single iron beds, mattresses
and springs for same. School baskets for the
Tone up your horse, after a hard summer's
work, with one of our Medicated Salt Bricks.
Harness oil for the old dry harness. Buggy and
4 wagon paint. Furniture paint, paint brushes, etc.
Come to see us.
] CRAIG BROS. CO., Pickens
J. . DicSWAIN SAM B. CRAIG
Greenville, S. C. Pickens. S. C.
NOTICE McSwain& Craig
Write me and I will explain how I LAWYERS
I was cured in 4 days of a severe
case of Piles of 40 years' standing
without pain, knife or detention I Greenville Office Phone 210
from business. No one need suf- Pk O
fer from this disease when this
h u m a n e c u r e c a n b e h a d r ig h t h e r e - - - i S o t C a l n .
in South Carolina. Dr. L L Jameson
Route 4 Physician and Surgeon,
Eas.ey, S. C.
cDiseases of the Stomach a Specialty
Trespass Notices at this office Office over Easley Bank. Res. Phone 135
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: Loc0 ad Personal
The first session of federal
court for the new Westerh dis
trict of South Carolina will con
vene at Rock Hill next Tuesday,
the 14th. Among the grand
jurors drawn, to serve are A. B.
Edens, Pickens, and John H.
Ballenti-ne, Easley. In the petit
juror list is found the name of
R. L. Henderson,. Pickens. This
is not mail carrier Henderson
(whose initials are R. L.), but
R. L. Henderson of route 5.
September 10 and 11 are the
days to select your fall and
winter suits for the approach
ing seasons.. There are two an
nouncements of openings in
Pickens on, those dates and you
will have a wide range of the
latest and best -patterns to select
from. Hamburger's man will
be at Hobbs-Henderson Co's. to
help you select and take your
measure,. and Strouse & Bros.'
man will be at Folger, Thornley
& Co's. to help you in the same
way. Read the announcements.
The Piekens High School
opened on the 6th with flatter
ing prospects for a prosperous
session. Rev. L. E. Wiggins
offered prayer, and County Su
perintendent of Education Hal
lhm made a short address as
did, also, Rev. L. ~ E. Wiggins
and Rev. D. W. Hiott. The
great temperance lecturer, Will
D. Upshaw, came over from
Easley and delivered an address
of'surpassing beauty interspers
ed with wit and humor. Prof.
Melton presided and seemed
pleased with-the outlook..
We want to urge our readers
to trade, as far as possible, with
The Sentinel advertisers, be
cause we can assure them good
and honest treatment if they do.
The men who spend money to
invite you to their stores de
serve your consideration and
the merchants who advertise
naturally sell the most goods and
and therefore keep fresh goods
and are in position to make you
good prices. If you do not read
the advertisements in The Sent
inel every week you are missing
many bargains which would
save you many times the price
of a year's subscription to the
Suits from the leading
vill be very popular this
we have heretofore. We
iave some special values at
3, quality and price is righ t
een attempted in Easley,
and Combination Dresses,
ill see here are the same
a will be some lower here
I wc are glad to announce
t. We will have our Fall
-sday and Friday, Septem
;arbadmnes, Silk and Wool
-e you buy.
y Sale, Sept. 11
eal Dress Ginghams
i se a yard. Don't think
It is strictly a 15c quality
abel, "RED SEAL."
... .. ...8c a yard
tember 10th and 11th
n of the newest and Latest Fall
es and Fabrics awaits
cordially invite you to call
NDERSON CO., PICKENS
ic Hamburger & Sons -
>ecial Representative in Charge
We Want Your Trade!
And in order to obtain it we are going to give the highest market
price for your produce. Also, in addition, we are giving coupons
with each cash purchase, which are redeemable in elegant hand
painted chinaware. These coupons are valued at 2. per cent of
the amount of your purchase. Bear in mind that you get goods
at the regular price, and these coupons are FREF, to show our
appreciation of your trade.
On account of limited space I will only quote a few of the many
bargains that are offered:
Yard wide Sheeting, yard... 5c A full line of boys' Clothing,
Danville Plaids, yard.......... 5c prices ranging from $1.25 to $7.
Riverside and Southern Silk
Cheviots, yard............ 9c A complete line of men's Clo
All grades Dress Gingams, thing; prices to suit the buyers.
per yard, from .......9 to 12c I now have the largest line of
Heaviest weight Outings, Shoes I have ever handled be
per yard, from......25c to $1 fore.
Silks from 25c to $1 yard.
Ladis' Corsets from 25c to $1. A complete line of Fresh Gro
A complete line of men's and ceries always on hand.
boys' Hats and Caps of the very We carry in stock almost any
latest styles, thing that trade demands.
We want your frying size Chickens, and will nay you 15c a
pound up to 30c per chicken. We pay 10c pound for hens up to 35c.
Yours for tiwde
J. W. H END RICKS
A RANG&D ON WilICh
DAUGHT~ER CAN 00M PETE WIH MOTNER
If a Range is Judged by the Work it Does
The Princess Rules the Kitchen.
Meals on time, at less cost, in more comfort, are some
of the PRINCESS' features. Look for this name.
COPPER-BE~ARING O IRON RNE
It means that there is no better Range on earth in
any particular, while patented features found no.
where else, doubles is value to you.
.Note these features. Mate- Some real facts. Princess
rial--copp~er bearing iaron. Re.. kitchen is a cool kitchen. Ash
tains heat. Maint ains even os in the oven Impossible. Trip
temperature. Cooks evenly. ple bottom. No heated pipe in
Less fuel. More durable. Ab- sight. Handy warmgclosets.
solutely dependable. Instant hot water,
"Ask the cook."
-Pickens Hdi'v. & Groc'y Co.
Allen Manufacturing Comany, Nahve. ...n
Dr. W. E. Scott'
Office in Swandale Building, over
Carpenter Pros. Drug Store,
Greenville, S. (;.
A1. lMUSI:ASIS treated without sdru ~a or
knife. On application will wail litera -
ture to those who would like to know ote
about Osateopath ", what l; is and what it can do
for those who have failed to get relief from
drug~s. Consaultation free. 3
A Heartless Game Warden
Last week's Easley Progress says:
It is reported that seven young boys.
from this city, viz: Henry Bolt, Olar
ence Smith, F ielding Parrish, Willie
Jones, Wayne Johnson, F'urman Rogers
and Paul Jameson, who went to the
mountains in the upper section of the
county last week on a camping expedi
tion, were arrested by one~ Jesse Strib,.
ling, he claiming to be game warden of
Oconee county, and carried them before
a. magistrate at Salem, a distance of
eight miles from their camp, and with.
out giving them any kind of a trial
whatever, fined them $5 each.
The boys claimed that they were doing
nothing except bathing in the river;
that they had permission from a Mr.
Hinkle, on whose lands they were camp
ing, to go in the river, and that while
they had small rifles with them, they
killed no game-were only shooting at
targets and snakes. They say that the
warden charged them with violating the
"game law" at first, but later aban
doned this charge and substituted a
charge of "trespassing," claiming they
did not have the written consent of the
owner of the land to be camping there.
From what they say of the treatment
they received from Stribling it looks
more like a "holdup" 'game than the
enforcementof the iaw. They were not
even given the opportunity of commu
nicating with their parents or of em
ploying an Attorney to defend them.
Wh)en it is known, however, that the
game warden is entitled to one-half of
the fines imposed it can be better un
dlerstood why a crowd of unsophisti
cated boys should have been imposed
upon und humiliated in such a heartless
Card of Thanks
The members of the Woman's Chris
tian Temperence Union wish to thank
the ladies of the town and vicinity and
the people in general, who solwillingly
and bountifully aided in the prohibition
rally on the a2nd, and especially the edi
tor of The Pickens Sentinel, who helped
to make it a success.
Yours for a dry State,
The Pickens W. C. T. U.
The U. S. Woolen Mills Co.,
of Greenville, announce that
they will have an opening in
Pickens soon and wvill give away
a $10 raincoat with each suit of
clothes sold. Read their "No
tice" ini this paper.
D)on't forget to read the ad
vertisemnents this week. It may
save you money