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9 an hose who are really "ny"
the in'elves will hasten to put
n the screet doors as a pro.
tection to the home. Flies are
not only annoying, but danger.
-oe, because georm - bearipg.
Keep'themi out of the house by
buying screens for your doors
and windows. We have ther.
- . great variety, adjustable to
required size, and very reason
able in price.
We Have a Nice Line of Porch Furniture
Pickens Hardware & Grocery
W are pleased
to, Annone,' to.
that our stock
Shoes and Ox- 9
fords for summer:
wear is the most
complete and hand-.
somest that we have.
We sell nothing but
footwear, and each
AV member of this firm
and every.- salesman in
tfir tore makes a special study of
oes and Shoe-fitting. Therefore
we are not only enabled to buy cor
rectl Iy, - but-we are able to fit shoes
c:orretl3. We -Will take pleasure in
hIping you to find just the shoe
w h will fit your feet and suit
\7o)f We offer you a service which
is ha~rd' to find elsewhere.
WeV ihave a lot of customers in Pick
ens county and we are proud of:
them 1. They are increasing yearly:
and~. we believe it is due to the hon
est v alues and courteous treatmen
we1 always give them.
R JE, PATTON & TILMAN :I.
Greenville, S. C.
'fTuW IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR FORD PARTS
A b-.~ at Covers. (Gasoline, Oil, Grease, Motal Polish, *-I
,~ h Au to Soal), Cement, Batteries, Radiator Hose,'
VI "Cores, 11Tire l'Tlpe, Spark Plugs, Headlight Globes, -~
T ~tains, BJlowvout Patches, Blowout Shoes, Goodyear
la w/vad 'fubes, Fisk Uasing~s and Tiubes.
"TANKIl" the gasoline purifier.
youl ab~out -andORKER the Puncture cure.
111 E STRE AN" Btcele Tires, for the boys. '
uwe haven't got what vou want, we will take
pl"u re in getting it for yon.
Iyou live out of town), make our' shop your head
4JII"':'r8 Wvheu. voti comne 1:0 t.n
\e will treat you rIght.4
Phone' No~ 7fl GUY McFALL, Manager
of so'.1fa t dughter rn t &8t
ast, oi y . -feW hoWt&It wa
burio l ame' day at- En6n ,churc
coe' 4t of the city.
The. bticalaureatb sermen of th
closlg exsercIses of the' Easly grade(
sc.ool,,vIll.be delivered-on Sui4y, Ma3
21, at. 11 o'clock a. M., i thb echo
audltorlum, by Prof. R. 0. Lawton, D
of .inder College,
Mu. Ben T. Durhai, formrly of thie
city, died at his home in Ialton, Ga.,
on the 24th of April, from rheumatisir
of the heart. Mr. Durham moved fror
Easley to Dalton about ('n or twelve
years ago. He is survived by his wife
and seven children. His brother, Rev.
T. E. Durham of this-city, and his brio.
ther-it-law, -Mr. T. N. Sriith;. atternded
the funeral on the day following' his
death at Dalton, Ga.
The contractors who have charge of
the grading on the division of the South
ern entering the city from the east are
working night and day and a good part
of Sunday in order to get through with
the grading on this division so as to get
to work on another division west of the
city. They have been doing a good deal
of blasting the past week in the cut near
the Baptist chaurch. The drill can be
heard running at all hours of the night.
. Mr. Eliphus C. Sanders, a well known
citizen of this county, died at the home
of his son, Mr. Pete Sanders, at Glen
wood mill village on the 8th instant, af
ter a few days' illness from appoplexy.
Age 61 years. He is survived by his
wife and eight grown children, three
sorg and fidk dinghters,' all of Whom
reside in this and adjoining counties.
His body was carried to Liberty, his
former home, for interment. Mr. San
ders was stricken with paralysis one
day last week as he was walking from
the Easley mill into the city. He was
seen to fall by some one passing and
was caried to the home of his son, Ex
Policeman Poe Sanders, where he died,
never having fully regained concious
To the Merchants and Patrons
Of the Pickens Railroad Co.
The management of the Pickens R. R.
Co. has ordered that iri the future, to
expedite the transaction of the business
handled by. it and to render the best
service t6 all- concerned, the following
rules be observed in the delivery of
freight and express:
That all freight and express be paid
for 'before deliverf. ' This is strictly
observed by all railroads and express
companies everywhere. It renders bet
ter satisfaction to both, company and
patrons, .as well as making the worl
lighter, on the agent. The agent foi
this company is under bond and is re
sponsible for every cent he handles.
This system will eliminate all misunder.
standings in regard to condition of
freight when received.
No Order Notify Shipment wvill be
Ielivered unless Endorsed Bill of Lading
is prnesented to agent. This must be
strictly observed and we earnestly re
quest that our merchants and patrons
not ask that the agent break this most
stringent of all laws governing agents'
work. To violate this rule.blrings the
entire value of the shipment on the
agent's shoulders. Aniy agent violating
this rule subjects himni.elf to dismissal
For every shipmien t forwarded from
Pickens by freight or express requires
receipts to be stamped with a one-cent
revenue -stamfp. Each shipper will be
furnished with Express Bills andl Bills
of Lading, which they can fill out and
send down with shipment. Remember
that the shipment wvill not be sent until
this is complied with.
We earnestly request that all our
patrons co-operate with us in carrying
out these rules. The p~eople of Pickens
have always stood nobly by the railroad
in the ilast, as we are all mutually in
terested in each others' wvelfare. There
fore, let us work in harmony in the
future as we have in the past.
Presidenit. Gen. Mgr.
Scholarship and Entrance
The examInation for' the award of
vacant scholarsh'ps in Winthrop College
and for the admiission of new students
will be held at the county court house
on FRIDAY, JULY 7, ATI 9 A. M.
Applicants must be not les's than sixteen
years of age. When scholarships are
vacant after July?7 they will be awarded
to those makcing the highest average at
this examination, provided they meet
the conditions governing the award.
Applicants for scholarships should write
to President ,Johnson before the exami
nation for scholarship examination
- Scholairships ar~e worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September 20, 1916. For further infor
mation and~ catalogue address Pres. D.
B1. .JOHNJSON, Rock Hill, S. C. 4
Miss Mattie Griffin wh6 has been
teaching school in Saluda county, re
turned to her home here Wednesday, te
the delight of her. many friends.
Th r o
Qood for #our oeen Aches,
Palm, Rheunuatsm Sora
-Cut., Brak etc.
25c. Se. $ At all Dealer.,
BY A. It. A., CENTRAI,
If every man was a P. M.
And every "kid" a clerk,
And every woman "assistant" P. M.,
Then who would do the work?
- I thought that success
Had rewarded my quest
And that I should be a great writer;
But my literary knocks
At the editor's box
Only caused the lid to close tighter.
Though now I possess
The key to success,
Still I'm no nearer my goal;
'The coveted key
Means nothing to me,
For now I can't find the keyhole!
Froma -N. C.'Sftbciberi
Editor Pickens Sentinel: Please find
enclosed, one dollar, for which continue
my paper for one year from the time
my subscription expired. I like to read
the news from my old home town and
of the people I used to know, although
I see things sometimes that are any
thing but pleasant, such as the death
of Major Lynch, Captain Herd and
others of my old friends.
But such is life, and if one is prepared
it matters not where he falls, in Pick
tens county, S. C., or Hendersonville,
N. C. There will be a common meeting
Wishing The Sentinel and all its read
ers success and happiness, I am
D. A. COOPER.
Hendersonville, N. C.
Liberty Singing Convention
The Liberty Township Singing con.
vention will meet at Rice's Creek Bap
tist church the third Sunday in May.
All are requested'to bring song books
and well-filled baskets.
SAM RGGINS, Sec. and Treas.
Notice to Old Soldiers
All old sbldiers and widows that are
entitled to draw a pension under the
special act of the legislature to pay all
the old soldiers a pension who had been
debaared for any cause can- get their
money by presenting a county claim
opery sgne an prbatd t W.L.
athencerk at~ Foger, Thornie &
Co.'s store. Will be glad to furnish
claim blanks and mail checks to all who
are unable to call in person. Address:
W. L. MATHIENY, Clerk,
4 . Pickens, S. C.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
All persons holding claims against the
estate of the late Roland Chastain must
present the same, duly proven, on or
before the 25th day ot May, 1910,
or he debarred payment; and all per
sons indebted to said estate must make
payment on or before the above (late to
the undersigned. 'M. F. HI*s'rmn,
Now is the
a line of Me
the new st:
Style Plus C
Come and s<
Most of our spring lino of Dry Goods and To
tions is in and opened i4p reAdy for your insp
tion., We carry no jobsorseconds. Everythin
new, clean merchandie. at prices as low as cai
be sold, quality considered.
A good per cent. of our Oxfords have already
arrived-the old reliable HamiltoniiBrown make.
American Gentleman, $4'.00 to $5.00. American
Lady, $3.50 to $4.00. White canvas Oxfords for
men, women and children. Outing Shoes for
all, 50c to 65c.
New lot of Neckties that always please. South
ern made for Southern trade.
HATS-When in need of a new Hat don't fall
to see our line. It is now completo and we want
to show you what we have.
Come to see us.
CRAIG BROSo COMPANY
The Place toGet Most
z For Your Produce is At HENDRICKS' U
10c pound for Hen
30c for Roosters
25c for one-pound fryers
20c per pound for Fryers, up
$1.00 a bushel for corn
a Greenville market for eggs
16c cash for hams
17c in trade for hams
-~J W. NENDRICK8S
Quality Printing---The Pickens Sentinel
time to buy that pair of Low
have them in all sizes for men,
that Straw Hat? We have
es run from 50c to $3.00. Also
xican Hats, 10 and 25c.
you going to buy that Palm
With the corning. of warm
1 will do well to buy one of' our
suits. Price $6.50.
our Millinery Department. All
gles in Ladies' Hats are to be
lothes $17.00 suit.
ine Ladies' Voil Shirt Waists.
?e them. 98c. 9
view Patterns 10 and 15c.
)ERSON CO., PICKENS, S. C