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Drink at our. Soda Fountain June
the third. Our drinks are good and
clean and our fountain is roomy.
In fact, the largestin Pickens county.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY.
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLUM, Proprietor
Phone No. 8
Our Ice Cream is hard to equal
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THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Saft% Sound and ProgressIve
We solicit your banking business and will show you every
cuurtesy and convenierce consistent with sound bankiug prin
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
J. ROBT. MARTIN!
ATTOlNY AND COUS:LLOI NOTICES
CORN IR BROA D A N ' MA IN ST EI.:TS Notices Inserted in this column for one cent a
Git N~ ViLbLP, S. .word for Iiret Insertion and ene-half cent a word
for each hubsequent insertion,
PRACTICE IlN ALL COURTS ~ ------
Mee 404. Look OutI-I am here to treat you
nes eidence 1462. oJy right. Come and see me. We sell
Flour, Shorts, Bran, Corn and Corn
1. 1. Mesw A IN SAM H. cntIG Meal, Chops, Sweet Feed, Oats, Hay,
Greenvilne, s . . ickeuN, S. i. Cottonseed Meal and Hulls, Cane Seed,
orange and amber. We are prepared
McSwain & Craig to grind your wheat and corn. Give me
SCa a trial. ert Powers, Mana er Cen
LAWYERS tral Roller Mill Co., Central, .C.
Practice in State and Federal Courts We are in the narket for
Greenville Office Phone 210 Butter the year round. Craig Bros. Co.
Pickens Office Phone 39 For Nale- Booking orders for 0 IC
pgs for delivery about April -20. Pure
ereford bull calf for sa e't once. 0.
Winthrop College L. Craig, Central R . M.No. 2; L. H.
Scholarship and Entrance Craig, GreenvilJal;- C. 47tf
Examination , ',n Pintsat-Nancy Hall,
The examination for the award of POTAU Itico, Dooley or Norton Yam, and
iTiumph potato plants, $1.25 per 1,000.
vacant scholarships in Winthrop College 'Larger quantities cheaper. Other plants.
and for the admission of new studen Ca ogue free. Fred M. Preston, Pine
will be held at the county court ho .e Cas e, Florida. 66
on FRIDAY, IJULY 7, AT 9 A M. I__
yars of age. Whe sca a xt OAT CKR SHORT
vacant after July 7 they will 'e awarded
to those making the hi. average at WVould i not be a good idea to
thisexaonln oed they meet sow liberally of Peas and Cane
the ~~ aigover'ning the award- to help out the feed supply this
s~iji'cants for scholarships should write summr and fall? The seed is
to President Johnson before the exami- cheap. Ctan we help you in buy
nation for scholarship examination ing or selling your seed?
blanks- We are offering some bargains
-Scholarships are worth $100 and free in feed just nowv. Come in. We
tuiltion. The next session will open are as willing to help you sell as
September 2(0,1916. For further infor- we are to sell to you.
mation and catalogue address Pres. D.
B. JOHNSON, Rock Hill, S. C. 4
Morris & Company,
0 ~ ~Old Postoffice Building.
Write me and I will explain N wPrsigC b
how I was cured in4 days of a AEisaldafis-ls ~esn
severe case of Piles of 40 years' anclnigottinherrofm
standing without p~ain, knife or bre hpadwl prcaeyu
detention from business. No buiesithsln.Stsaeetfo
one need suffer from this dis- andeied vnprmelad ok
ease when this humane cure i oeb ls~ls oka ne
can be had right here in South Sislrse t2cprsi;cenn
Carolina. R. M. JOSE~Y, anprsigScst;ryleig,$
Route . LamaHASEinsalle atio ivntclassesn
sad watn fandfecleingufti hera fm
barbereaho > anoreilourppoepletioyou
aisewihan sdeliere hnpoisdadwr
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To yal Fce rem IsupeIsn pWforgunteed
N yaitac prssdat2cpui;ean in
The second p~gs ol~gFc reaing0 sute drleai,$
Prce 25 and ER P5kns0ScC
Said hie tone o calcton
"My dear I pdo hao r mxin.
I ya sheawity a tugm Stor
Y uOi7 smie to,*v you usentIt
Price 25an 5c
7teokt Saturday. ia tb~dy.
We aie sorry to report thait Mis
Nina"M4uddIn Is very ll.
Commencerent exercises ill be hel
atClimson College June 4, 5 and 6.
dotmietcement ekereises of Grier
Ville-WOMans College will be held Juni
The Wesleyan Methodist college a
Central closed a sudcessful session las
Mr. and Mrs. Will Harris of Green
ville spent Sunday with relatives ih
Mrs. R. F. Herd, who has been seri
ously ill, Is very much improved, w
are glad to state.
Frank Wyatt, a prominent busines
man of Easley, was in Pickens on bus
iness one day last week.
Mr. Harol i Scott of Cuba joined hi
wife In Pickens last week and they wil
spend some time here with relatives.
The Pickens Mill baseball team wa
defeated by the Liberty team on th
latter's diamond Saturday by a score o
6 to 0.
The automobile of Dr. W. F. Flowers
which the town of Fasley confiscate(
and sold last week was repurchased b;
Dr. Flowers for $275.,
Miss Stella Porter, who has beer
teaching school in Ar-inrson county,pia
returned to Pickens to spend the sum
mer with her parents.
Miss Alberta Yongue, who has beer
teaching school at Bethune for the pas
session, has returned to Pickens t(
spend the summer with homefolks.
Hovey Nealey says if we don't quil
printing candidates' pictures in thiu
paper it won't be long until the childrer
will be crying for The Sentinel's funny
Fverybody invited to come to Pickens
to the old soldiers' reunion June 3.
Bring well-filled baskets and come pre
pared to spend the day and have a
Solicitor P. A. Bonham has announce
that he is a candidate for the statf
senate in Greenville county. Mr. Bon
ham has many friends in Pickens count!
who will watch his race with interest
G. A. Ellis has returned to Picken
after a visit thru North Georgia o
business. While away he visited Joh
F. Harris at Plainfield, and reports the
Mr. Harris is well pleased wvith his nea
J. C. Alexander has installed in hi
store a large refrigerator which will er
able-him to keep fresh and crisp alars
er number of groceries wvhich under o1
dinary circumstances are hard to kee
during hot weather.
Hon. R, A. Cooper, of Laurens,
candidate-for governor, was in .Picken
meeting old friends and making nei
ones Saturday. He made an addres
at the closing .exercises of the Libert
school Friday 'night.
The Pickens Mill band will furnis
music for the old soldiers' reunion nex
Saturday. This is a good band and th
boys-have been doing some extra prac
ticing lately and they are in shape t
furnish some good music.
Miss Virginia' Ligon, who has hai
charge of the mill school, has returnei
to her home in Greenville for the sum
mer. She has many friends here wh<
hope she will Yeturn and resume he
work at the proper~ time.
Northbound train No. 46, which pass
es Fasley at 8:45 o'clock in the morn
ing, and southbound train No. 45,whicl
passes there about 10 o'clock at night
will have their terminus at Westmin
ster Instead of Seneca after June 4.
Misses Jessie and Selma Craig,daugh
ter~s of Mrs. Sue Craig of the Keowe4
side, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs
John Craig in Pickens. Miss Selma ha:
been . teaching school at Duncan an<
Miss Jessie had just graduated at thi
Liberty high school.
Rev. D. M. Ramsag delivered a beau
tiful and powerful sermon to the grad
uating class of the Pickens high schoo
Sunday morning, having as his subject
1Eidelity to One's Self. The sermon wa
delivered in the Methodist -church and
enjoyed by a large congregation.
Piekens Good Crosstie Marke
Fepeople around here realize th4
Implortance and magnitude of the cross
tie indu'stry in and arouind Pickens an~
the benefit It, is to the people ,ot thi
etlon, hinge January 1 loo thae
$40'5beenh pteld out In Pitkehs to
f4As This aniolnt'has'be) '
Court will convene in 1 uOt
Monday morning, June 6.
Miss Nannie Porter visited latives
and friends at Central last week.
Misses Eula and Johnie Attaway 6f
Liberty are visiting homefolks here.
A part of the county chaifigang is
straightening the pilbc road and put
ting in a new bridge at Clement's
- Miss Frances Bruce who has been at
B tending Converse college, has return
ed home to spend the summer with her
t - _
t Misses Alberta and Belle Yongue en
tertained delightfully Monday after
noon in honor of their.guest, Miss Gar
- vin of Pendleton.
The members of the Pickens U D C
are requested and urged to meet at the
- home of Mrs. T. J. Mauldin at 10 o'clock
a Saturday morning.
There will:be an Old Folks' singing
5 at Camp Creek church the'third Sunday
in June. More extended announcement
will 'appearnext week.
4 The next time you come to Pickens
I ,do not forget to bring along a dollar to
renew your subscription [to the paper,
if your time is about out.
A. Vincent Hamiltonjof Easley was
N in Pickens Sunday.nSome of Vincent's
goodfriends are becoming very much
concerned about his regular visits here.
I Miss Eleanor Earle most delightfully
entertained the teachers of the local
school and pupils of the high school at
her beautiful suburban home last Sat
Miss Ralda Sheriff, a student at Win
throp, is visiting her uncle, M. C.
Smith. She is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Sheriff, formerly of Pickens,
now of Orangeburg.
Thomas A. Julian of Greenville was
operated on for chronic appendisitis at
the city hospital May 29. He is resting
fine this morning, May 30. He is a
brother of J. Wesley Julian of Pickens.
A long distance message from Clinton
Friday says that Paul Boggs is in a
hospital very sick. He is a student at
the Presbyterian college and his many
friends here hope for him a speedy and
. The announcement of Fred H. Domi.
nick as a candidate for congress appears
in The Sentinel today. Mr. Dominicli
is well known in this county, havinf
been in the second race with Mr. Aikei
two years ago. He was for severa
g years assistant attorney-general of thi
I state, but resigned some time ago il
, order to make the race for congress
t He is fully competent to fill the positioi
v to which he aspires.
. You and your visitors wil
-want to spend a good part o
the summer days on the porch
p We have a complete line of nlic4
Porch Furniture, at reasonabli
a prices and we want you to comi
a and see it. It will not only ad<
Sto your comfort, but to the ap
y pearance of your home. We
have swings, settees, chairs, ta
rbles, etc. Pickens Hardware 8
t Grocery Company.
start on you.
We have a ni
BROOKSTIR GA R4G
Automobile Repairirg a Sped
ialty. Gasoline, Oils, Greases,
etc. Decarbonizer for burn
Radiator hose, all sizes. Ford
fan belts. Tires, all sizes. We
care for everybody's car.
C. F. BROOKSfE
Charles L. Beaudrot, Sr., a promi- - CLERK'S SALE.
nent citizen of Greenwood, died Sunday,
May 7. He was the father-in-law of State of South Carolina,
Will A. Mauldin, a native of Pickenil County of Pickens.
county, but now living in Greenwood. Poe Hardware and Suln Co.
Messrs. James G. Lathem and John against
Williams of the Mt. Carmel section and *A. C. Flinkingshelt, et al.,
Misses Sadie Cunningham aud Octavia In pursuance of a Defendants.
Mise Sadiene f decretalorder mad&~
Willimon of Greenville were visitors at in the above-stated -case by His Honor,
the home of Dr. F. S. Porter Sunday Judge Frank -B. Gary, dated- April 24,
afternoon. 1916, I will sell to the highest bidder <a
The county supervisor has fitted up a Salesday in June, 1916,
rest room in the court house for. the -(the. same being the 6th day of said
convenience of the ladies of the county. mo th), during the legal hours of sale,
The room will be open every Saturday atscikn tract of land, to following
and will be in charge of Miss Elizabeth - All that certain piece, parcel or tract.
Mauldin, home demonstration agent. of land lying and being in the county of
All ladies are welcome. Pickens and state aforesaid, on the
South Saluda River, bound- by lands of
of W. B. Hardin, Milton Talley, J. C. Mc
The State Missionary conferenceo Junkin, and, having such metes and
the Methodist church will meet with bounds as is made by E. M. Hunt, sur
the Buncombe Street Methodist church veyor, plat dated October 23, 1891; said
in Greenville June 13-16. Mrs. W. B. plat shown by plat filed for record in
Freeman has been elected delegate and theclerk's office of Pickenscounty and
recorded in Vol. SS, at page 323, on the
Miss Florence Bowen alternate by the 6th day of Jun,- 1914. Said land has
missionary society of the Pickens Meth- the following metes and bounds: Be
odist church. ginning at a -corner in the public road;
thence S 82j W Milton Talley's corner
11.30 chains to pile of. stones;. thence N
Rev.,Robt. Meqce, of.Pickens county, 6 W 0.60 to pine; thence N 28 W 81.76
Misses Dora Weibins and Janie Wood, chains to hemlock on the bank of South
of Salem, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan and Saluda River; thence down the:meand
two daughters, Misses Edith and Julia erings of 'said river to a balsam 8.60
chains below the mouth of the creek
k Duncan and Miss Eloise Shockley, of thence S 27 chains to the beginning cor
I West Union, came down last Saturday ner, containing sixty-two (62) acres,
for the closing of the Ocoilee Mills more or less.'
school, taught by Miss Ellen Duncan. - Terms cash, purchasers to ay fox
schaoo Tuht bMs l uc. all papers, stamps and recordg the
Tugaloo Tribune. same. Terms must be complied with
in one hour or the premises will be re
The appearance of the cothuesold at the risle of the former pur..
square has been greatly benefit~ted and! chasers.
'the walks maemcIettrb h A. J. BOGGS,
Ilaying of the three tile walks from the! .___Clerk____of__ Court.___
Fsidewalk to the court house door. The - -
Pickens court house ground~ canib
made as pretty as any in the ~tate and1
we understand other work will be done DIAMOND-BRN
Ion it as soon as practicable. . . RN
INotice to Debtors and Creditors
IAll persons holding claims pg inst the.O
estat of the latneH.d A.- Ricovy must b A I~f
or before the 25th day of June,11, ibo. snTatu b~oxeseate wit
'or be debarred paynent; and -all per- ",,"* "ag *K.N.T3
sons indebted to said estate must make DIAMOND 3MA r ILLS, or twenty.fve
payment on or before the above date to years regarded as nest,sarest, Always nleiTable.
the undersigned. J. T. RICHEY, SO LD BY A LL D RUGG ISTS
B. x.ecutors ras EVE R YW H E REw
JR HEALTHfS .SAKE !
house before "Mr. Fly" gets the
ce assortment of screen doors and
> black and galvanized screen wire.
g look over our assortment of
Boss Oil Cook Stoves,' Ice Cream
and Ice Boxes.
PRICES. ARE RIGHT!I
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