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The purdhaseprice. of.ihis famous.
E, give coupons with, every 215c. puira .
CWhase of al the high grade guaran
teed products made by the 'inted
Drug Company. We are willing to lose.
money on the silverware to get you ac
quaintod with thes goods, which are
atundard lntheir line.
Liggett's and renway Candies, Harmony Perimes, Toilet Articles,
Brushes, Stitionery, Rubber Goods and hundreds of other items,
household preparations, etc. When you want something ask for a
United Drug Co. product because coupons are only given with these
goods. You cannot afford not to secure this popular silverware,
guaranteed 25 years, when you can get it on our half bought plan.
As an example, this teaspoon that sells for 20c. you can get for 10c.
Pickens Drug Company
The Rexall Store
Puritan Flour Announcements
It's a Gooud One .111141" .."" u-u o . utu:i, eO l.jim for
u . . i;E.WAR is hereby announced
aa etinduhate for the ofllce of Clerk of
Subject to ' Court of Pickens C outy, s uje t to the
() Ii iflgt~ll(.)d rles illnul regulations of the D)emocratic
on arivalWC ~~lII ffer lart\ ini the pimahiry electionl of 191(;.
on arrival we will otder
one car at $).40. Better
look after this. We be- iut Your Bill
lieve it Will bring $7.o()
betore the daisies bloom.
Tens of thousands of farmers aswell as
town and city forkS thut down their store
MorriS & CO., Pickens,S.C. in spite of genrall short crops and c
Absolutely millions of dollars were
I saved and countless families lived better
The tha ever before in the fa e of the cotton
- crisis and general business depression.
Ideal Laundry Hw wcr these Brdqnsome gor bill
Eut down? - ny tie real money-saving
hills one-hal Aatveaeadnaedmoe
M reenville, r. is p good home gardens, rightly
ilnpted oekept la ntcd and te-nk_
through the sebudsll.
Hlslastings 191G Seed Catalogue tells how
High ClassLaundry to ent store bills down,; tells aotgr
Work of Al Kids ty that cannot he hon~ght from your mr
b.yeing ai Cilning i sperjaIty. am infornmtion. It's free if you task
for it. wVrite for it now. HI.G. HASTINGS
WVe make that. old suit look like o Aina.a-(dt)
noew. WV 'are preparedl twino the Citation
work ati to not ltear tip ta r
have your latututry dteliveredc at ut or onheCarouna
yG~r oor.y J. H. Newery Probate . udge:
B. B.PORTE, A et 1.' "'' "gs, "X C. P.,
B. B. PORTERsuitett me to grant him letters of
At odrt tIS Ba rber Shop,.l' ikens adi~itItration oIf the estate and elfeefs
HOWARD SWEET'I, Agent, ls ar."tIrefore, to cite and ad
At Friee's tBarber Shop. l ey m aonish all and1( singular' the k indIred and
- redlitors of the said .1. G. Hunter. de
ceasedl, that they b~e and1( appear before
-- j me, in the C'ourt. of Probate, to be held
.1 vm ,-s.~ AlNsA Ii.c l at P'ickens, S. C2., on the 24th (lay of
(~n~i~ tal. S.1. Pa ~ February, 1916, nlext after p~ublicationl
Mc~wan & Ce"'', '' 1 "'el'"ki" the forenoon,
Mc~~~a~n &~rai~to show caulse, if any they have, why
LAWYERS dadmniatiaon should not be grant
Practice in State and ledrl c onr. G iven indler my hand and seal this 11thl
Greeviu Ofice hon 21 day of .1 anuary', Anno D~omini, 1916.
reiensl Ofliee Phone 3914 J. B. Ni-:wni-:nnY, (Sal)
It matters not where you may go or where you room or board
In every place where youl may be, you're bound to see a "Ford.'
It's the peCople's popular car and has a world-wide fame.
It's not as high in price as some, but gets there just the sain
The "Ford" will go where others can't, and take you safely thri
To own one is a pleasure and gives satisfaction, too.
Ii you've not bought an auto yet, and want to get the best,
<Just thake my word and buy a "Ford"-it outshines all the rest
P'RICES F. 0. 13. D)ETROIT:
Touring Car. ..-- $4
B. L. HENDRIX, Pickens, S. C.
Odus Williams, of Easley, 1i
6, was in town Monday.
Mrs. W. C. Newton is visitinj
relatives in Pendleton.
Boys, this is leap year! Se<
"The Bachelor's Reverie."
M rs. Miary Moore has returnec
from a visit to her sister Mrs,
Evatt at Liberty.
J. M. Gantt and wife wert
called last week to the bedsid(
of his mother, who is seriousiy
ill at her home between Pickem
The Ladies' lCottage prayer
meeting will meet Friday even.
ing at 3 o'clock with Mrs. J. B,
Craig. All the ladies of Pick
ens are cordially invited to at
J. A. lunnicutt, of route 2,
paid us a call while in town on
business Monday. He says he
doesn't want to do without his
county paper, especially during
Our correspOnlonts who have
written us letters which have
not appeared in print will nave
to bear with us, for we are short
a printer due to an accident be
vond our control.
Do you like to laughf ''Box
and Cox" is just what you will
like. It is one of the most
famous plays for schools and
has been played for the last fifty
years with success.
J. D. Nations, a good and
well-known citizen of Liberty,
route 3, paid The Sentinal a
pleasant visit while in town one
day last week. Mr. Nations
has been a regular subscriber to
The P"ickens Sentinel 22 years.
The numerous friends of Mrs.
L. F. Robinson will be pleased
to learn that the operation which
she underwent at the Greenville
hospital Monday, January 17,
was entirely successful and that
she is getting alongnicely. We
trust she will soon be well,
We were sorry to learn that
J. 1-. Porter. father of our good
barbers A. S. and J. A. Porter,
Porter, had the misfortune to
severely cut his foot while split
ting wvood last wveek. WVhile he
is imp)rovin~g Mr. Porter' is yet
unable to walk withont the aid
One of the most interesting
cases schediuled to come up at
the next term of court in Pick
ens is that of E. P. McCravey
against the Southern Railway
Co. Mr. McCrayey is suing the
railway comnpan y for $10,0(X)
damages for i njuries received
when he wvas hit by a train
wvhile he wvas crossing the tracks
in front of the depot at Easles
several months ago, an accouni
of which appeared in The Sen
tinel at the time. McSwvain &~
Craig are the attorneys repre
senting Mr. McCravey.
I will sell at auction Saturda.
February 12, 1916;, at 4 o'clock
in Pickens, my complete cori
and1 feed mill, engine, etc,., all ii
first-class running condition, fo
cash or good papers. Robftt L.
Harris, Pickens, S. C. 3
is to be kept pret
much care. In cold
article like our Cu'r (
lplexion clear and1 whi
Get a bottle and use it
you. Price 25c.
We have Cold Crea
Nyal's Face Cream is
refreshing with a del
and 50 cents.
Don't be careless '
THE NYAL QUA
(Your Money Bi
Don't forget to read the ad.
vertisements this week. It may
save you money
The teachers of the Pickens
school are to be commended and
should be encouraged in the in
terest they are taking and the
efforts they are making to im
Prove the school rooms. " Proba
bly some of the patrons do not
know just how much sone parts
of the building need repairing or
they would have the work done.
However, a good way to help
have the work done will be to
attend the entertainment which
will be given at the school house
Friday night, as the proceeds
will go to the school. You will
get your money's worth, too.
While in town last week Mr.
Wade H. Chastain made the
positive statement that he will
not be in the race for Sheiff of
Pickens county this year. He
says he is deeply grateful for
the many kind words he has
received in regard to making the
race and appreciates the interest
his friends have taken in the
matter, but on account of other
interests he thinks he would be
unfair to himself and to many
of his friends if he was to make
the race. Had Mr. Chastain de
cided to run he would have been
one of the stronaest candidates
in the race.
h'lhe Regniers. in a unique
musical entertainment. will be
the next Lyceum attraction for
Pickens and will be at the school
auditorium Wednesday night,
February 2. This will be differ
ent from any entertainment
ever given here before. On ac
count of the last number not
being up to the high standard of
entertainments which the local
committee wishes to give
they feel that they are espec
ially fortunate in securing
the Regniers for this date and
what the people lacked in being
pleased before will be more than
made up this time. No advance
has been made ifi the prices of
admission, but will remain 25
and 50 cents.
For ale-Good farm and family
horse, six years old; work anywhere;
any lady can drive her.- For further
information apply to B. H. .Johnston,
Central, S. C.
Lost-A hound dlog, about 16 months
old, black back, yellowv legs. good sized
dlog. Lost about wveek before Christ
mas. Fin'der please notify The Sentinel.
For Male--Two good1 farm and
buggy horses. Bargain for cash or good
paper. Robert Stewart, Pickens. 38
INottee-Mr. J. D. A iken has bought
ineetof G. w. Gigniliat in business
the business in his own name as hereto
fore. G. W. G;ignilliat. 40
Mtule for Wale-Eight years old,
1000 pounds, sound and gentle, $135.00.
Walter Earle, Central, S. C. 38
Fara for Male-40 acres or more,
mile east of Central on Liberty road;
tenant house. D. E. Earle, R No. 4,
- Washington, D. C. 38
- IA) A N S on farin hauis. lInII iermsa aiti hon
. I eit i i liited. A lhtre . ''r. .Ilynes, \ al
S I'-:CI A I.O4)I- ' l-'t i'(I P4M I enta eIflming frin
l'iqekens (ounkty to ouer G-reenavllle oftice fomr eye
work: As we are moembers of the Chamber of
f Cion mnere. we reflunela rairoadi fares. A. A.
Odom, eonsniinm Oletotnet rlst-Opticlian. apeI
a detnt. The G lobe Opt iena I (.. M asonlo TIemple,
1 Greeiville, S. I:.
1 A .\t tIlA)SJN( Ot'T l-'A'.T. .\lost of the goodt,
.wentt. Enit irely too) muchet totbae. left. 7,
jalux itn .%: tend il lotse ought tee intereet you in
. Ox. .Inst a few .'te axes left. itn mene's tnult'
lad tes' "oat .suita. opera coaRt anti jackr e-ote
. exeepioteal btaigauns It pays to see TI tlarrik
ty only by the exercise of
Iveather the use of a toilet
3ninME will keep the com
te and prevent chapping.
-- the results wviH surprise
im in jars and tubes~ at '25ic.
a non-greasy (cream--very
ightful odor. Try ,t. E
vith your (cOmlelxion.
eLITY DRUG STORE
Pickens, S. C.
mck if You Want It)1
Don't Buy a Wago'n Until You
Have Seen the Columbus
Before you decide on any wagon, examine the Columbus. Strongly
built of the best possible material the Columbus wagon gives the most
satisfactory service for the longest period of years. There is no secret in
the notedly long life of the Columbus wagon. It is the result of the
methods employed in construction. There is no wood in this wagon
which has not been air-dried under shelter from one to two years.
The axles and the spokes of the wheels are hickory; the hounds,
bolsters and sandboards are oak, and the bottom of the box is'straight
grained flawless pine. These are just a few examples of the care which is
taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result is that the
Columnbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come in
and examine it for yourself. We know you will be pleased.
Pickens Hdw. & Grocery Co.
TRUNKS AND BAGS!
We have just gotten in a new
Sline of Trunks and Bags and can
jfit you up in -most any kind or
price, from the smallest to the
largest, the cheapest to highest.
When you need anything in this
line call on us. We are giving the
line our special attention.,
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au exhietpc for yorel.W rko oucelae.
Pikns rder. &aero focrySrn od,
adWoenGota have t eoten ion wil newg
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prce Milos helsa lest toard.
lret the chmsoeapteist tof higestar.
When silpyi o need aonytohns.hi
line caronag will e areivingthe.
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