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- and those who are really "fly"
themselves will hasten to put
in the screen doors as a pro
* tection to the home. Flies are
not only annoying, but danger.
bus, because germ bearing.
Keep them outof the house by
buying screens for your doors
4nd windows. We have them
1n great variety, aajustable to
required size, and very reason
able in price.
We Have a Nice Line of Porch Furniture
Pickens Hardware & Grocery
We are pleased
to announce to
our friends in
I that our -stock
of Shoes and Ox
-fords for summer
wear is. the most
complete and hand
somest that we have
ever shown. We sell nothing but.
footwear, and each member of
this firm and every salesman in
the store makes a special study of
Shoes and Shoe-fitting. Therefore
we are not only enabled to buy cor
rectly, but we are able to fit shoes
correctly. We will take pleasure in
helping you to-find just the shoe
which will fit your feet and suit
you. , W offer you a service which
is hard to find elsewhere.
A e e a ot of customers in Pick
as and we are proud of
them. They are increasing yearly
*and we believe it is due to the hon
est values and courteous treatment
we always give. them.
SPRIDE, PATTON & TILMAN
Greenville, S. C.
Mr. Car Owner
THIS IS THE PLACE TO GET YOUR FORD PARTS
: Also Seat Covers, Gasoline; Oil, Grease, Metal Polish,
.:Carbide, Auto Soap, Cement, Batteries, Radiator Hose,
T: Valve Cores, Tire Tape, Spark Plugs, Headlight Globes,
Tire Chains, Blowout Patches, Blowout Shoes, Goodyear
Casings and Tubes, Fisk Casings and Tbbes.
"TANKIP the gasoline puiirfier.
Come in anf~1let "&R(~i"tepntr ue
1:us tell you'about ( G thpucrecr.
B lLUli~Tl A t" BibycleTft'es for the boys.
Ifw.ha'stf got wgat you want, we will take
* ~. ? .If yo 11v6u dof ~t*h make our shop your head
~ ual'ters when vou fomf tQ~rn
We will treat i xidh
Phone nGUY McFALL, Manager
The fine rains that recently
came have caused. the farmen
to lay Up their fishing poley and
vet busy again with their crops.
A great battle will have to be
fought or General Green will
take the crous. The Istand of
c~oton is very irregular in some
The C. C. club held a very
pleasant sessi6n last Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. G. E. R.
Williams as hostess. A fruit
course was served after the work
G. W. Holcombe and family
spent the day Sunday with Jno.
T. Ferguson and family. We
haven't learned yet which one
told the biggest one.
Miss Mary Collins, a popular
young lady of Taylbrs, is. isit
ing the family of A. W. Tanner.
The attendance at Sunday
school has passed the 125 mark
and is still growing. Fine sing
ing Is had every Sunday.
Rev. J. G. Looper of Living
ston, Tex., is expected to preach
at Mt. Carmel church on next
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
He formerly lived near here be
fore he went to Texas with his
Miss Malinda Hunt is visiting
her cousin, Mrs. William Hud
gens, of the Greenville side.
Mark and Otto Hester are at
home from a military school in
John Anthony was called to
the bedside of his mother in
Greenville, who is very sick.
We hope for her an early recov
Little Miss Fay Couch is spend
a while with her sister, Mrs. H.
John Hitt, Jr., was again a
visitor- in this vicinity Sunday.
Weldon Jones and Miss Eglan
Norris were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. H. R. Jones Sunday.
Mrs. Clarence Lathem and
children of Miami, Ariz., are on
an extended visit to relatives
and friends here.
Misses Ella and Lucille Mc
Clanaham' and Ada H. Miller
were the guests of Miss Lee Sin.
gleton one day last week.
Oscar Turner worshipped at
Enon church Sunday.
Mrs. Dan Mauldin and chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Maul
din and daughter, Mrs. Rogers,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Joel H. Miller one afternoon lasI
Mrs. McD. Farmer had as her
guesi, last week Mrs. Gosnell of
Six.Mile, Mrs. H. D. Singleton,
Mrs. Grover flendrix and Mrs.
Little Miss Sara Singleton was
the guest of Gladys and Lois
Mr. S. Hendrix and family
visited in the Dacusville section
.Mrs. L. F. Smith and son
Doyle visited relatives in the
Corinth vicinity Sunflay.
The death angel Visited the
home of Mr. John Whitmire last
You'd Be Te
TEEGAH CO C
Look s good as your cousin.
matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolle
&BM will surely clear our skin inta .
Heals Sunburn, too. Just put- a littligu
your face and rub it of agai before d ,
. Simpoand sure to please. Try a bottl
to ZVI,* and beg1n the Improvement at
onc. White. Pink and Rose-Red Colors.
75 cents at Druggias or by mail direa.
LYON MFG. CO.. 40 So.5thSt..qrooktrn. N.Y.
Sunday and claimed for its vic
tim their 13-months-old boy.
The bereaved parents have our
sympathy. The interment will
take place at Cedar Rock church
tomorrow at 11 o'clock, May 29.
Mesdames Hendrix and Tur
ner visited their nelce, Mrs.
Beattie Williams, last week.
The Cedar Rock Home club
will meet at the Cedar Rock
school house next Friday, June
4:. All the ladies are requested
to come out and see what prog
ress the members are making
with the fireless cooker, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Freeman
visited at the home of McD.
Farmer last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Spearman
and daughter were, the guests of
Mrs.'McQueen of Easley Sunday.
"Newscatcher" of Norris, I
don't believe I know you; but if
you are a teacher you are o. k.
Hal Come again; your letters
are interesting. SUSIE.
Patrons Martin School Notice
A complete list of books has .been
posted in the Pickens Drug Co. store or
the Martin graded school. Parents are
urged to secure books before school
opens. Students are advised to pur
chase second-hand books where it is
possible. Books should not be mared
until approved by teachers.
B. G. FIELD.
Letter From Pearidge
Mr. Editor: Will you allow me space
in the good old Sentinel for a few scat
tering remarks? It seems that the an
nouncement'columns are growing in most
of county offices except our law making
columns. It seems as our people have
got disgusted with the laws pur leaders
have been making and won't announce.
Why don't some one come to the front
with grit enough to introduce some laws
that would be of benefit to us poor class
of people, instead of making some dog
law, game and license law. Introduce
a law that will make an honest man of
me. Enact a law if I go to my neigh
bor and buy his goods that he can make
me pay for it, or work for the county
until he is paid. And then work me
until the county is satisfied. Some one
said this would ruin us poor class of
people. It would be the best law they
could make. . It would make honest cit
izens where we have dishonest ones.
If some onp will come to the front on
this platform I will canvass the entire
county In their benefit. PEARIDGE.
Mrs. W. T. Griffin is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. W. A. Woodruff, at Ca
UELEPHONE courtesy is
just a bit of ordinary
oliteness and everyday
indness that we put into
ur conversation when we
ilk by telephone.
Its the face to face brand
f politeness and kindness
sed when we're voice to
It's the same politeness
ad kindness that we like to
mceive from the other end
f the wire.
living a little thought to tale..
kone courtesy and practicing
a simple rules will1 make the
1laphone an even more ef fi
ent aid for you. "T elephone
For several months Window
Shades hav e en hard to
get. The Shades we. bought
for early spring deliveryhave
just arrived. Call and see
our line. We also carry
Curtain Poles (oak finish),
15c each, twofo 25c. -
We have on hand a splendid
assortment of Curtain Goods
from 10c to 25c per yard.
Come to see us.,
CRAIG BROjS. COMPANY.
FORD-THE UNIVERSAL CAR
There's a reason why there are more than one
million three hundred thousand Ford cars in use
today, and that reason is based on the matchless
service and economy-of Ford cars.
Universal service is the most conclusive evidence
of genuine value. That.is one good reason. Buy
Touring Car, $440; Runabout, $390: Coupelet,
$590; Town Car, $640; Sedan, $740.
All prices f. o. b. Detroit. On display and sale by
B. L. HENDRIX, Pickens, S. C.
otice of Final Settlement and Discharge Notice to Old Soldiers
Notice is hereby given that 'we will
nake application to J. B. Newbery, All old soldiers and widows that are
sq., Judge of Probate for Pickcens entitled to draw a pension under the
~ounty, in the state of South Carolina, Special act of the legislature to paall
n the .22d day of June, 1916, at 10 the old soldiers a pension who hada een
'clock in the forenoon, or as soon debarred for any cause can get their
nhereafter as said application can be money by presenting a county claim
xeard, for leave to make final settle- properly signed and probated to W. L.
ient of the estate of L. R. Dalton, Mathen y, clerk, at Folger, Thornley &
eceased, and obtain discharge as ad- Co. 's store. Will be gladl to furnish
iinistrators of said estate. claim blanks and mail checks to all who.
May 20, 1916. S. B. DALTON, are unable to call in person. Address:
W.R. DALTON, W. L. MATHENY, Clerk,
Adminmstratgrs. 4 Pickens, S. C.
~ Te Place to Get Most i
For Your Produce is At HENDRICKS' )(
10c pound for Hens
30c for Roosters M
25c for one-pound fryersn
20c per pound for Fryers, upUn
$1.00 a busbe for corn
Greenvile~ mrket for eggs
n 16e cash for hams
17c in trade for hams
~J. W. HfENUDRICK