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A. E. KIEl G
of Houston, Texas. says:
"If you have a' muddy eqmiplexion
and dOll eyes, you are constlpated. Six
glasses of water daily and one or two
ReXall 'Ordeslies at night will correct
this condition and make you .ft s a
tiddle.I Rexall Orderlies, in iny op'n.
3tr the best laxative to be had, and can
be taken by men. wouenl or chikiren."
e the exclusive selling rights fdr
-'axative. Trial size, 10 cents.
CKENS DRUG CO.
T-IE REXALL STORE
-.!ce u ?na Sttilement and Discharge
.tin i hereby given that we will
Jii]pocation to J. B. Newbery,
udge of Probate for Pickens
mi in the state of South Carolan
the', day of February, 1916, ot I
clock in the forenoon, or as soon
iervat OL as said application can be
heard, for leave to make flnal-settle
ment of the est Ate of James P. Hughes,
deceased, and obtain discharge as ad
Wnistrator of said estate.
R. E. BRUCE,
MRs. N. E. HUGHES,
mm~mmmma * ma
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Have Seen t
Before you .decidi on any wago:
built of the best possible material I
- satisfactory service for the longest i
the notedly long life of the Colm
methods employed in construction
~vhich has not been air-dried under a
The axles and the spokes of ti
bolsters and sandboards are oak, ai
grained flawless pine. These are jus
taken to make this wagon as reliab
Columbus wagon is unbeatable in
and~ examine it for yourself. We kr
IGreetings of the
~.all May it brin
the land and tha
desire of all thins
our -warmest the
uet iberal ort
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s onti n
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Hating Catatoguiese You All
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NWo ;patter whether you farm or only.
plant vegetables or fldwvers in' a small lot
you need Hustings 1910 Catalogue.
It is -filled (100 pages) from cover to
eover with useful farm and garden i.nfor
It tells of seeds of kind and q'ualfty that
you can't buy from your merchant or
-druggist, seeds that cost no' more but
give you real satisfaction and a real gar
It tells how every customer cah get ab
solutely free five packets of 6asily grown,
yet showy anjl lenutiful flowers.
Hastings is both the best and largest
agecd Lrm in the South, the only firm that
you should buy seeds from.
* When you plant Hastings Seeds, you
meet "Good Garden Luck" more than
half way. Write today for their big 1916
Catalogue. It is free. A postal card re
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agon Until You
a, examin'e ther Columbus. Strongly
he Columbus wagon gives the 'most
eriod of years. There is no secret in
Lus wagon. It is the result of the
There is no wood' in 'this wagon
helter from one to two years.
*e wvheels are hickory; the hounds,
id the bottom of the box is str-aight
t a few examples of the care which is
le as possible. The result is that the
reliability and endurance. Come in
ow y'ou will be pleased.
&. Grocery Co.
New Year to you'
g' you the best in
t which you most
es. We give you
enks for the pat
e extended us in
ions with the full
.no pains will be
ring year to war
ce of your frierid-'
Again we greet
ire &Grocery 0.
lexander . *T. R. All n.
acobdht r pt~i antly
(Doe) 0e t , Utterbnfe
~ a~eylast T e'daVmorn
i aecembe 80 about 10
1r. Gallowavi0ian insurance
Aknt and the facts ofi',ie case
een to be thfv John Massey
also an insuranbe. agent, and
Wesley McGaha,'brothe- of Mrs.
Galloway. had dalled on hia on
business. Mr. Galloway had
been on a trade, for a shotgun,
but had decided not to trade for
it, and as his visitoi's were about
to leave he asked them to take
the gun to its owner. As he
was handing the Aun to his bro
ther-in-law it fired, the entire
load of shot entering the left
side of Mrs. Galloway's nook
who was sitting in a chair with
her baby in her arms. She fell
from the chair dead and it was
at first thought that the baby
had also been killed, but when
the blood was washed off it was
found the baby was unharmed.
Coroner Medlin was notified
and an inquest was held, the
jury returning a verdict that
'Martha Galloway came to her
death by a gunshot wound in
the hands of G. 0. Galloway,
her husband; from the evidonce
we believe it to be accident."
Mr. Galloway is well thought
of in Easley and is almost craz
ed by the tragedy. He did not
know the gun was loaded when
he wad handling it.
Several, children were left
motherless and the community
shocked by the affair.
Mrs. Pilgrim Dies Suddenly
Mrs. Lizzie Pilgrim, an aged
lady living at the Easley cotton
mill, died December 28 under
somewhat peculiar circumstanc
es. She was alone in the house
when she died and when found:
her clothes were burned off and
body also badly burned. A doc
tor who was called, however,
stated that in his opinion Mrs.
Pilgrim died from heart failure,
and her pipe dropping from her
mouth set . fire to her clothes.
It is known she was subject to
heart trouble. Coroner Medlin
investigated and found it, un
neccessary to hold an inquest.
Mrs. Pilgrim was 64 years old
and a native of Anderson coun
ty. She was a member of Flat
Rock Baptist church of tbt
county and the bodY was laid to
rest at Oats burying ground the
day following her death.
Negro Found Dead
Isaiah Burton, anegro, was
found dead, early Tuesday, De
cember 28, near Lathem, four
miles east of Easley. The body
was found on a pile of crossties
near the railroad and was con
side'~ably bruised, back and sev
eral ribs being broken. The ne
gro had been working for one of
the contractors on the double
tracking work of the Southern
railway. No relatives could be
found and the body was buried
at the expense of the 'county,
and about five dollars in money
found on his person went to
help pay burial expenses. It is
practically certain that Burton
was killed by one of the South
ern's fast trains. An inquest
was held over the body Tuesday
and decided that the negro
"came to his death by some un
known heavy instrument."
One dollar for a year's sub
scripti6n to. The Pickens Senti
nel is the best investment a Pick
'ens. county man can make.
Read this paper over and' then
see If you can get as much any
where else for two cents. Renew
your subscription as early as
you can, please.
Renew your subscription to
your county paper.
Trespass Notices, printed' on
cloth, for sate at this office.
State of South Carolina,
,County of Pickens.
By .J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, B. '0. Mauldin. madle suit
to me to grant her letters Of admin
istratlon of~ the estate and effects of
W. B. Mauldin.
These are, therefore, to bite and ad
monish all and-eingular the kindred and
cre'ditors of the said W. B. Mauldin,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the court of Probate to be
held at Pickens, 8. C., on the 2d day
of January, 1916, next after publicatiori
hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why said
administration should not- be granted.
Given under my hand and seal thu
3d day of December, Anno Domini,
1916. 'J. B. NIewJ3snY,:Se
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when you fmre some
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old jimmy pip0' in a
makin's cigarete. And
you knowit I Catnt geth
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is made right; made to
among men who have
suffered with scorched
tongues and parched
throats I The patented
process fixes that-and
cuts out bite and parch. to .in. h d
All day long you'll sing fihtte the prince
how glad you pre you're t* the n of Prince
pals with A*tob*cco* The
the national joy amo.
You take this testimony straight from shou. ,men.
Youcan smoke abarrelofP.A. with a ki It hands
out all the tobacco happiness anyi ev dreamed
about, it's so smooth and friendly/It's a ghty cheer- p t i ..t.
ful thing to be on talking-terms wth your p e and your yfo"IIdince Alb*rt
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to you sure as you pin your faith to ce Albert! I undand aaffqound.urnl.
Pound ovJ'tulaee Ao:1ucmdor
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston em, N. C. "'a~' .","R;';*ac'o.j
Notice to Debtors and Creditors Pickens Cotton Mark Begorra, and the Same t' Yez!
All persons holding claims against the (Corrected by Folger, Thornley &
3state of the late J. H. Nix must
present the. same, duly proven, on Thursday ------------------....- 11. Walterboro Press and Standard.
>r before the 25th day of January, 1916, Friday --------------- ....11.50 appy New Year to Bob Gonzales
)r be debarred payment; and all per- Saturday -------------------- 11.50E amarlBokMllGen
3ns indebted to said estate must make I~tra .--.----- ......-15 E amp, Harold Booker, Mell Glenn,
mens indebte o sefet ate teMonday -------------------...11.50 Bob n, Neils Christensen, George
payment on or before the above date to Tuesday -------------- ....11.50 Brunson, illy Banks, Gary Hiott,
the undersigned.-- ----11r
B. H. CALLAHAM, Cotton seed was $40 a ton in Pickens Claude Gi and all the illustrious
36 Administrator. Tuesday. Palmetto e shers.
Easley, S. C. Saturday, January 8, 191
Easley's Latest and Best lRealty Developinent.
We have purchased the L. G. Smith property in the Western City Limits of Easley,
S. C. On January 8, 19!6, at i o'clock p. in., rain or shine, we will sell thw
desirable property, which we have sub-divided into 50 beautiful lots, to
highest bidder at public auction, to white purchasers only.
To aia eminent degree this property possesses:
Convenience of Location-Right in the Western City Limits, with City Wat
and Light only 200 yards distant.
Elevation-One of the most commanding in Easley, overlooking tJ
west side of the city. with a delightful view of the surrounding count-7
Drainage and Street Frontage-Every lot carries its own surface -
fronts on 30 foot street with two 6-foot sidewalks, assuring at
air and sunlight to every residence.
One Ideal Suburban Home-A seven room, two-story reside1ce, n
with never-failing well right at the side entrance, and good barn
outbuildings nearby, with street frontage on three sides, atid fine shade oN
trees supplemented by numbers of bearing fruit trees. This place of more
one acre of land is one ot the best offerings in realt t recently be
placed before the public. o2
Inspect the Blue-Prints at the Leading Banks and Other Placs .. 1g
* Poster and Read Every Word. Secure the Free 25 to 5o Dollar Card. Study
Our Guaranteed Insurance Plan. Go and See the Beautiful Lots. Attend the
Auction of the Property and Make the One Purchase that~ Will Always Be a Source
of Profit to You.
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