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PICKENS DRUG COMPANY.:
The Rexall Store
J. N. H ALLJI., Proprietor
Phone No. 8
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Safe, Sound and Progressive
We solicit your bankingr business and will show you every
culirtesy and convenierce consistent with sound bankiug prin
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
New Pressing Club
bAr istalled a first-class pressing
and cleaning outfit in the rear of my
UA barber shiop and will appreciate your
t1 business in this line. Suits are sent for
and delivered when promised and work
is done by first-class workman under
- my supervision. Work guaranteed.
tSuits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
suit. Special attention given to ladies'
4 C B. B. PORTER, Pickens, S. C.
P6tter's Barber Shop
I Next Door to Keowee Bank
Pickens, S. C.
The place to get your barbei
i work done if you want it righl
hIavin. Hiir i iuig , u tn.. 31angli
Singeing, ele... ' bine ley tbn bers who k now thel
t K. ypuCan't Tell By the
Discrminaing en dolor or Size of a Frog
Th le numiber of feet he can jump).
And Young Men Tihat's a business lie knows
WVhich he doesn't disclose,
who apprleciate trule value in conljunc- For he isn't that Kind of a chumi
tion with Style Smartness are encour- \VI (call't j1ump SO verIy fa
aged to see the Spring display of Ray ibut by keepitig everlastingly a
fabrics now being shown here. it we hope to get part of von
Everything Made Strictly to Measure business.
at prices according to quality selected. Ltushi'e ihyo
'For particular dressers we suggest the you F'ert.ili zers, H-ay, Corr
-remarkable quality we offe ai t I'lour, or any other .supplies yo
$22. 50 and $25. 00 """ WC"" W"" ""i""l"
I also carry a first-class line of Ladies' A yOn1 cow for sale.
and Children's Rteady -Trinnood Hats,
anid the prices are right. Morris & Co., Pickens,S.4
Carlos Caint~ctrthswc~ *e~d h
Liberty, S. U.liykoniPienfvt
Near the Maplecroft Mill ti ve orheHsefRprel
* ~We ar'e glad to repo:'t that 1". P.antecou.MrCxsy hc
Cauley, wvho has beeni eritically ill forpettoakthraeitrsin
anohe cum. M.Cosaah
'Nal Toolk Pasf@
~ '4 - /OU'LL like this dentifrice better-it cleanses
4Athe teeth .sweetens the breath and freshens the'
.,4, ..- rrouth." It's economical to use. Thoroly satif ac- -
tory andl-yZuil like the ~aLe oj !aajiTot Pase
. <The Nyal Quality Drug Store
~ 'Yo~iwinoyback if you want it)
A flurry of sndw visited Piakens Sut'
Mr. and Mrs. J. McD. ruve spent
last week-end in Charleston. -
Mrs.'H: S' McKagan, and little daugh
ter, Elinor, 'who has been spending the
past week bore with her father, return
ed to her home in Greenville Monday.
Montvale school closed Friday, April
7tb, after a successful term of nve
months with Miss Minnie Herd as prin
cipal and Miss Ruth Cannon as assist
Three new announcements in The Sen
tinel this week. If you are in the race
you. had better let the people know it
before they promise their support to
some one else.
There will be an all day singing at
Flat Rock church, in the lower section
of Pickens county, the fourth Sunday,
April 23, Everybody invited to come
and bring well-filled baskets.
Rev. John T. Mann, the blind evan
gelist, will preach at the Pickens Bap
tist church Wednesday night at 8 o'clock
and at the Pickens Mill church Thurs
day night at 7:30. Everybody cordially
Last week The Sentinel advertised
for a pig which had strayed from its
owner, J. D. Holder, four weeks before.
The next day J. W. Earle notified Mr.
Holder that the pig had taken up at
his place. Oh, no, it doesn't >ay to
advertise in The Sentinel. People do it
just for fun.
Congressman A iken has introduced a
bill to appropriate $100,000 for the pur
chase of sites and erection of public
buildings at Easley and Seneca. We
do not know whether it is intended to
divide the money between the two towns
or appropriate $100,000 for each place.
Up to this time the bill has not passed.
L. S. Reece, who had the misfortune
to get his residence near Pickens burned
about two months ago, has rebuilt and
his family moved into the new house
last week. Mr. Reece wishes to thank
his friends and neighbors for the many
kind acts shown him and his family
during their misfor'une. He greatly
appreciates the aid given him.
Pleasant Grove school closed a suc
cessful term last Saturday with com
mencement exercises bye- the pupils.
Prof. C. B. Griflin is the efficientteach
er of this school and we understand that
the trustees have done the right thing
of re-electing him and will give him an
assistant next term. This section of
the county is coming to the front.
Athalee, the little daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. J. N. Hallum, who has been
dangerously ill for several duys, is now
on the road to recovery. The little girl
has been suffering - intensely from a
complication of pneumonia, pleurisy and
other ailments. A trained nurse has
been with her the past week and we are
glad to report a great improvement in
The pension money for Coifederate
veterans aud widows in Pickens county
has arrived. Those entitled to pensions
are asked to call on Clerk of Court
Boggs at once and receive their money.
Those unable to call in person must
send a written order. Tihe amount of
pension money for Pickens county this
year is $7,123.00, which is a little less
than last year. But as there are not as
many pensioners this year as last each
one will receive a little more this time.
Rev. Andrew Lee Pickens and Rev.
SWalter Lee Coker, both young minis
ters, were ordained to the ministry at
Mt. Pisgah church in Anderson county
last Sunday. Rev. D).W. H iott preached
the sermon, Rev. 1). I. Spearman de
livered the charge and Rev. Thomas
Clyde presented the Bibles. Mr. Pick
Iens is onthe editorialstaffrof the Green
ville Piedmont and is a brother of Mrs.
M. C. Smith of Pickens. Mr. Coker is
pastor of -Mt. Carmel church in thuis
county. Both are young men of great
"Marrie4 on Sunday, April 2, 1916, a'
1the residence of Mr. M. E. Summey,
enear Alice Mills, this city, Miss Corrii
Hlolcombe and Mr. Williajm Aiken, al
of Pickens, Geo. B. Hamilton, Esq.
Notary Public, officiating. The happ)
couple accompanied by Mr. Clove Davi
and Mies Inez. Cantreil and Miss Carri<
. Ilolcomnbe retuined to Pickens afte1
the ceremony. As this wvas Mr. H-am
oilton s first experience in ticing a nup
r. tial knot he wvas a little nervous bu
m~nanaged to get through 0. K. --Easle,
A t a recent meeting of the Easle,
d Long Staple Cotton Growvers C. 11
a. Carpenter was elected temporary see
n rotary and authorized to prepare a con
xstitution and by-laws to submit at al
r early meeting at which a permanen
organization wvill be effected and ai
rangements made to have a long st
1)1e cotton gin and warehouse erocte
at Easley. it is estimated that a
least 1,000 acres in Pickens county wil
be pilanted in long .staple cotton thi
year. Mr.' Carpenter will likely so
the planters most of the seed1.
Colic Seaborn got his first chance t
play baseball on the University of Soul
Carolina team last Tuesday, and a pai
of the Qolumbia State's report of tI
game says: "Seaborn went in as catc'
or in the fourth inning when Barksda
got his foot injiured, and the lad fro
Pickens w as 'all there.' This was h
first attempt at catching a game sin<
lie was a' kid in shor t trousers. - Seabo1
asa fine future Qs a college athlet
He is a willing worker and a player
ability. " In this game Guilfor~d celleo
of-North Carolina' defeated the Univa
sity, 6 to 2.
T. T. Stewart has resigned his 1Io
tion with the Pic kens .Mercantile C
and1 will leave this week for Kingapo
Tenwhere he will take charge
the hafdware depai'tment sof. p Iar
sore...Snc coming, to PeesI
ufinds here who sincerely regret t9, I
Pti eave us. Kingspor-t is-a'colhj
4Iey new town on the C. .&
wyand' is how undergoitig a 1)1
f14a growth. Orte yea' ag i V
le'thp .2,000 wh~l~
eand r coiifi,
show you t
road to smo]
P RINCE ALBERT
content where it n
mits men to smoke all
a sore tongue, withoi
tobacco enjoyment! T
Prince Albert is made
by us) fixes that-and
comes right to your ta
will do for you what :
men-make pipe or cig
est of your pleasures!
Prince Albert is to be had Wh
everywhere tobacco Is sold in
t'ppy red ba,5' , t tidyi red Albe
tins 10c: -handsome pound
and half-pound tin humidorS to y(
-and-in that classy pound
crystal-glass humidor with . as y(
'eps th. tobacco in such
fine shape-always I R. . R
Married, April 2, at the residence bf
the officiating officer, P. L. Green,
magistrate at Salem, Miss Mittie Al
exander and Leonard. Morgan. The I
bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.
R. Alexander of ~Murphy, -Pickens
county, and the groom is a son of Mr.
and Mrs. F. T. Morgan of the Oconee
creek community of Oconee county.
" Sh In
To be the first to purchase so.no
of our fresh F.lm Packs. Just
received1 a ship~ment of abpgost
all sizes; the one tab kind, easy
to pull. ry one in your cam
We also sell- the best cameras
at the right price. See ais now
for your vacation camera.
We also have a full line of
Masonic Temple, Greenville, S.C
A. A. Onomi, President.
IA..HI S(clJAI)E jec. & Treas.
was made to create tobacco
ever exhted before ! It per
they want without getting
it any comeback but real
e patented process by which
(and controlled exclusively
I cuts out bite and pArch!
tal joy smoke/
ste fair and square I And it
t has done for thousands of
arette smoking.the cheerful- 1
it we tell you about Prince
rt is a fact that will'prove out -
)ur satisfaction just as quickly
)u lay in a stock and fire-up I wl re rcesi P(ttmed Jul 30o11
1907," wLih ha. mr.ds , ravx e.uokn
EYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winstor-Salem, H.C. p .Whale .aa. re L.rrI
FORD-THE UNIVERSAL CAR*
Get the fact-s on the operating costs biefore you
RC S buy an automobile. Find out the truth before
-not after. And don't be satisfied with hear
say or a salesman's claim. Tfhe price of gasolineols high -,so is oil.
and there is sure to be an incrosse in the price of all tires. S..
what you want is the car tat vill give you most miles per gallon
-ogaoine, per gallon of oil and per set of tires. A Ford wvill go
any hereany other car will go aund lots of places others won't go.
I Touring Car-----.$440
F. 0. B. DETROIT.
B. L. HENDRIX, Pickens, S. C.
*A stylish hat.
A durable hat.
IAn economical hat.
* A hat that will please you 4
A hat that will be the en- +
Here ItA vy of your friends.+
Ahat that will command
1A hat that all people will,
I pronounce a genuine
I "hat of hats."