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PUBLI SuHEr'I WEE JJT OFFICIAL tAPE OF .KNS COUNTY SUSORIPTION PIOE ONE DOLL bg
stabhs-ed-.1-V I -e45-3 1916
Fistablished 181. It:" le45 CHU-~jPIKN&I S. U., APRIL 13, -1916
BUY a box of Palm Olive. Van
ishing Cream or Face Pow-,
der- at 44c and receive three
cakes of Palm Olive Soap free.
This is a real bargain.
THE NYAL QUALITY STORE
(Your Money.Back if You Want It)
Better Hats, Beautiful Hats, Becoming
Hats-The Most Important Article
of Woman's Dress-The
No matter how elaborate or expemsiv the Suit.,
Dress, anVall the other niny little "4accessories'"
and fixings may be, it a woman fails to get a
becoming., stylish hnt of at least fair quality
material, She will cheapen \nd ruin her "outfit"
aid spoil an otherwise striking or attractive
appearance. She will .also suffer the self-con
.cant~s embarrassment of knowing -nd feeling
that' uncoifortable fooling" which vill come
from the knowledge that she is wearing a hat
that is itot In every way cotarect and In keepinw
with tier ideas and other garmenits,
This looks to be one of the greatest Millinery
seasons we have had in years. Hat buying started
-unusually early. It has been necessary for us
to put on additional Salesladies and Milliners in
order to keep many beautiful hats made up and
ready, and to keep 11l) with the special orders.
towever, regaless of what he ruth or how
heavy the hat btiying (during February and
Marc'h, there always has been and always'will
ho what is knownt in Millinery Stores as tlhe
Elaster Rlush" for two weeks previous to E~aster.
With our' splendid stock and competent force of
eflicienit trimmers and salesladies we are able to
handle the unusual business we expect, but we
ask that you come for your htaster Hats at your'
V very earliest convenience. WvV are ''On the
Job" and readly to help you six days in the week.
Just Millinery-that's all.
We are giving away a handsome One Hundred
I)ollar' Grafanola Outfit FREE. Step in and let
us2 play your favorite pieces on it and learn
The onily Store ini Grenil evOtedl Entirely to Millinery
GREENNU.E, S. C.
) 'Where Thousand JyThei Hats" )
Miss. Shirley Gets First Pleace
Miss Helen Shirley, representing the
Central high school, was awarded first
pla'ce in the annual Pickezs County Girls'
Declaination contest wkich was field in
the Central school anditorium last Fri
day night. Miss Ruby Jones-of Liber
ty won second. place, and Miss Margaret
WyatCof Easley got third.
On account of the exceedingly unfa
vorable weather not a very large crowd
was present at the exercises.' The rep
resentative of the Six Mile school was
not present. Following was the pro
Miss. Winnie Colemai. Dacusville
"The Soul of the Violin.'
Miss Ruby Jones, Liberty- "The Ji
Miss Eleanor Earle, Pickens-"The
Miss Helen Shirley, Central- "Where
Ignorance is Bliss.
Miss Margaret Wyatt, Ehasley-- "Over
Miss. Lillian Sammons, Roanoke -
'Where Ignorance is Bliss."
The judges were Prof. McDaniel, of
Clemson College, Miss Dorothy Mahon,
of Greuville and Miss Laura Agnew of
The gold medal awarded each year-to
the winner of first place is given by 1.
M. Mauldin, of Pickens; the medal for
second place is given by R. G. Gaines,
The boys' oratorical contest will be
held in the Easley school auditorium on
Friday night, April 14, and the county
track meet will be held at Easley the
next day, Saturday.
Popular Couple Married
Mr. Ernest F. Alexander and Miss
Feddie May MbDanlel, of Pickens,were
married last Thursday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Moore, near For
est City, N. C., Rev. J. A. Bowles,
pastor of the Forest City Methodist
church, officiating. . Mrs. Moore is a
sister of the bride. This happy event
was a surprise to all except the most
intimate friends of the contracting
Mr. Alexander is a member of the
firm of Pickens Hardware and Grocery
Co. and is a young man of sterling char
acter and business ability. He is one
of the most popular men in Pickens
The bride is the youngest child of the
late J. H. G. McDaniel and was reared
imPickens, where her friends are num
bered by her acquaintances. A young
lady bf fine disposition and clever mind,
she is popular wherever she goes.
The Sentinel joins with many other
friends in congratulating the happy
In about two weeks they will begin
housekeeping in Pickens.
Olive Camp W. 0. W. of Cross Roads
will unveil a monument'to the memory
of the late Sov. J. R. McCombs at Ce
dar Rock church on the 16th of April
at' p. m. All sovereigns especially
and the public generally ai'e invited.
oin1g, plus a .servic('
eOI'.y dla'8 eX pre(ss te
'P. S.-Note 0our wV
The More Want
Weare fortunate inldPe(
a mple of ouri efficiency in
fon Taffeta, Street and E
workrooms of New York'5
One particular'ly striking
feta Silk, broad under gir
and wvaist of Georgotte C
brass b)uttons, and 01(1 iRc
$3I5, Iless 10 per cent disconi
Other' mlodels in Gr'ey,1
We Are Exclus
100 Per Cent.
Value M eans
Cedar Rock Items
Mrs. Malinda Smith is visiting her
dau gher, Mrs. Charles Ferguson of
the Bethilehem section.
- Misses Minnie Day of Easley and Ja
net and Lucile Couch of the Enon vicin
ity visited at the home of H. R. Jones
Mrs. McD. Farmer had as her guests
the past week her sister, Mrs. Duncan,
and her daughter,,.Mrs. Remus Hender
son, of Anderson. They spent Thurs
day in Greenville as the guests of Mrs.
'Mr. .J. T. Mauldin of Spencer, N. C.,
was in this vicinity last week visiting
relatives enroute to Mobile,.Ala., where
he expects to visit W. D. and H1. G.
Miller of that city.
Mrs. J. W. Stewart spent the week
end in Greenville as guest of her moth
er, Mrs. Robertson.
Mr. Weldon Jones of Easley, spent
the week-end with home-folks.
Pleasant Grove News
Farmers are very busy preparing
their land for i.notber crop.
Prof. 'Locke, of Travelers Rest, was
in this section on business recently.
Mrs. Willie Moody, who has been
very sick, is some better at this writing.
Miss Lillie Fortner is also sick.
Several from this section are attend
ing U. S. court in Greenville. Some as
witnesses and others for blockading.
Our mail carrier on Pickens route 6,
Henry Jones, is sporting a new buggy.
We are well pleased with the way Mr.
.Jones handles our mail.
Miss Ida Fortner, who has been
spending several months in Greenville,
has returned home to spenid the summer.
Well, if we don't have any more cold
wenther we will have plenty of fruit.
The old whippoorwill is brave enough
tonight to let his bill ring.
Well, Mr. Editor, can you tell the
writer what is made longer by cutting
off both ends? A FARMER.
Democratic Clubs Meet
Tle Democratic clubs of Pickenm
county will meet at tleir respective
places of meeting on Saturday, April 22
1916, for the purpose of reorganizing
and electing delegates to the count,
convention, which meets at Pickens oi
May 1. The -clubs will be entitled t<
the-following representation in the con
Antioch, 2; Alice Mill, 2; Cateechee
4; Calhoun, 4; Central, 9; Cross Plains
4; Dacuaville 3- Easley, 20; Ehslej
Mill, 5; Easley Mill No. 2, 2- Flat lock
3; Gap Hill, 2; Gienwood, 5; Holly?
Sprngs, 2: Issaqueena Mill 4; Julian's
ore, 2; Looper s Gin, 2; Liberty, 11;
Mile Creek, 3; Norris, 3; Pickens, 23;
Pleasant Grove, 2; Peters Creek, 2;
Pumpkintown, 4; Pickens Mill, 3; Pra
ters, 3; Six Mile, 7; Shady Grove, 2;
Crosswell, 2. Tolal, 140.
G. F. NoRRis,
[S TOLD IN ITS
"It Wiull ll1Q;astitl'e tIlp to anI(I
Il their ownV~ storv to yot
Il(iowV ( cisplayVs. l I1easan lt si
ed Shades of Grey
1in secnring these (aniot.her ex
renig Dresseics, just frioni the
leadingr tailors and de siLLner.
nodel, wvith Skirt of~ grov Tlaf
Kle of Old Rose Faille Ribbon
'ope, trimmed in qulainit little
se Silk to mfatch) girdle. Price.
>r'iced at $20 to 827. 50, less 10(
ive Specialists On
THIS IS THE PLACE TO
Also Seat Covers, Gasoline,
Oarbide, Auto Soap, Cemen
'Valve Cores, Tire Tape, Sp
Tire Chains, Blowout Pat
- Casings and Tubes, Fisk Ci
"TANKII" Mhe gasoli
0% P~us *tell You
KORKER" the pun<
"BLUE STREAK"' Bicyek
If we haven's got wi
pleasure in getting it for Vo
If you live out ofi town,
quarters when you come to
We will treat you right
Phone No. 72
*Pumpkintown "Deadhead" Stuff
Pumpkintown, April 10. -- Cisar's
Head mountains, which can he seen
from here, were white with snow early
Sunday morning. The snow must have
bden rather light, tho, as it soon ill
We believe that the saddest funeral
we ever attended was tht of little Et
ta Fortner, who was burned to death
last Saturday at the home of her par
ents in Pleasant Grove section. We
extend our sympathy to the grief-strick
en parents and friends of the child.
J. F. Welborn has just had all the
limbs cut off the big oak tree that
grows in his yard. We suppose that it
Imjured his crops last year, that is, the
cool shade together with its noonday
When we' go into a certain region ol
which we know, we feel something lik<
we imagine the poor little jenny wer
felt among canaries. And now the in
habitants of that country. so.metime!
call each other "trash."' Well, we'r
not going to grumble since we hav<
very few friends in that neigborhood
and we suppose it is none of our busi
ness what they call each other.
We're not feeling vely wel this mor
ning; old man Jack Frost came to see
us last night, and we're nearly frost
bitten; be sides, we believe he has gob
bled up all the little peaches hereabouts,
so we're going to stop writing and go
out to the field and burn some brush
and try to realize that it is spring.
"After trying- every thing we could
think of, and then some, we have found
a suitable title for our news at last.
Look back and road it. CEDRIC.
a Ilie IH'yo01( ,n| I yoil stalard
Il Suilts, lh~cses, Cots, (4te
ewv, Different, Smart--Yet Refine
1rlp'Is(\s iln store for~ you~ ler
Beautiful Suits, Wh
l.opli in and W~eltEs, Enrininiigs
Braitl. (Coats areo belted and fj
wide. Itach mtodel is a riniii
Piett~ at $25.00 to $50 001, less .1
Shipment of Bla<
F'rom New~ York Wedne~sday,
Fridaiy. Tlhe new Iive-.'ght
Ta'~ffetai. Prire 825.0(, less 10 1
On account o1.(f the p~heonyl
Ladies' Suits at $25.00, we've
this price unr ft Easter. In a
the week's sellinig we've rece i
suits wort hi frm1 830.00 to $45
'discounti. No (. 0. D.'s, No
LLIIE, S. C.
~ E'hmm~a~hi.mm.h.sb1d 4: K
GET YOUR FORD PARS
Oil, Grease, Metal Polish
t, Batteies, Radiator Hose'
rk Plugs, Headlight Globes,
es, Blowout Shoes, Goodyear -
Lsilngs and Tubes.
o purifier, Como in and let
Tires for the brys.
at you want, we will take
make ouir sho) your head- Y;'
GUY McFALL, Manager.
Shower for Miss Boggs
One of the mostdelightful affairs of the
season was the miscellaneous shower
iven for the popular bride-to-be, Miss
laka Bog s, at the home of Mrs. G.
R. Hendricks, on last Tuesday after
noon. All the young ladies of the town
were present and a number of tables
were arranged throughout the roonis
for progressive games which were
greatly enjoyed for about an hour.
Miss Lorena Taylor was the lucky win-.
ner of the prize. After the games the
guests were invited to the dining-room
which was beautifully decorated with
yellow and white. In the center of the
table was a large yellow covered box
surrounded by snmill yellow baskets,
each filled with rice and attatched to
the big box by a white ribbon., Each
guest was given a basket and told to
pull when the top of the box came off
and was found to be tilled with presents.
for the bride. On each basket, which
were issued as favors, was perched a
"blue bird, " the emblem for "happ>i
i.ess." Block creim and cake in tho
color scheme of yellow and white were
served. Mrs. Hendricks is anl ideal
hostess. She was assisted by Moss
dames J. P. Carey, J r., L. C. Thornley,
T. J. Mauldin, C. B. HIagood and Miss;
Emily Thornley. As the guests left
they "showered" the bride with rice.
Don't forget the county sill ig cor
ven tion at Secona Srturday anyunday.
F. Van Clayton is announced for Su
Inwrintendent of Education this week.
He is a son of Dr. L. G. Cliyton, of
Central, and is a competent gentleman.
of style, faicn, tail
ite Wool, Serge,A
mti flare effects, skirts very
ruph)1 of finis~hed dlesito.
0 per1 cent. dliscount.
k Silk Coats
receiv'ed and putiI in stock
emnih stvle ini Faillo and
)Ir1 cent. discounit....$25
nal success of our sale of
riecided to feature suits at
udiftion to a few lef't from
v'ed several shipments~ of .
.00. SpecIal, .$'25.00. No