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COMING-ONE DAY ONLY!
Special Representative cf
The G L. Hall Optical Company
Will be at the store of the authorized dealer
PICKENS DRUG CO., Pickens, S. C., JULY 31, 1916,
All who are in need of EYEGLASSES are urgently invited
to call and take advantage of this exceptional engagement.
No charge for the examination and only regular prices for
glasses. Every pair fitted absolutely guaranteed to be cor
rect. By taking advantage of this opportunity, you have
the same service brought to your.town that you would get
if you visited any of the retail. establishments in Norfolk,
Richmond or Lynchburg, which are recognized as the best
obtainable. You take no chances, as our agent is author
ized to give you his personal guarantee. We will have
representative at our store every three months.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
J. N. HALLRI , Propietor
Phone No. 8
J. L. HUGHES
Rubber Tire Work
We are doing all kinds of Rubber Tire Work on
Buggies and Carriages. If you need any new
Rubber Tires put on your buggy or carriage.
drive in while we have on hand a fresh new
supply of Kelley Springfield Rubber Tires right
from the factory, known everywhere as the best (
rubber made. They will make your buggy last
much longer. Besides, you get more comfort
in riding on them. We also can change your
steel tire buggy and make you a rubber tire out
We are still doing other Blacksmith work of all
kinds. Drop in and see us. We will make you
good prices on your work.
J. . HUG H E S
Pickens, S. C.
COLLEGE OF 19RLST 6 University of South Carolina
souTH CAROLiNA'S CHALDESTOLGNmac Examinations
132d Year Begins Sept. 29.
Forryear icourses lead t.o th . .\ an Entrance exaarinations to the Univerasty of
1.5. degrees. A two-year ptre-miediical *ourse South Carolina will be held by the County Su
A free tuition whiolarshipi is n*sign~ed to eac perintendent of Education at the County Court
county in the state, liouse Friday,-.luly 14, 1916.
Spatiou aulldlg ns ath tiote griuns, il The University ofrers varied courses of study
ties. Expenaes mioderate. I-or terms andutat m in ence, literature, history, law and business.
lonne, addlress: Tlhe expenses are moderate and many oppor
53 lAlR1tISoN RA. NDOl.i'H. -rechtent. tunities for self-support are afforded. A large
L number of scholarships are available. Gradu
Ct i O~eeglates of eolleges in this state receive free tuition.
Ii~tL~LUI ~t~i~g~ in, all 'cotrses except in the School of Law
A well-established,well-eqiuipped kor full juuniculars write to
and very prosperous school foi
girls and young women.ThPrsdn
Fall term begins SeptemberThPrsdn
F2 r 191talogue, address UniversityofSuhCrin
J. M. Rhodes, Littleton, N.C '" Columbia, S. C.
Use Nyal Face Cream freely at night-inth
morn you Eind your complexion is right.
Greasless and flowery fragrant-..beautifies
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carter of Chicago
are in town.
Vincent Hamilton spent the foth uf
July in Pickens.
Miss Ethel Grandy of Charlotte is
vipiting at C. E. Robinson's.
Miss Ellen Lewis of Easley spent last
week with Miss Inez Morris.
Trade with our #dvertisers and tell
em you saw it in The Sentinel.
Mrs. T. R. Allen has been on a most
pleasant visit to her sister in Charlotte.
-Miss Clara Smith is visiting her par
ents in Concord, N. C.
Mrs. J. D. Stansell of Greenville is
visiting friends in Pickens.
,Miss Mattie Finley entertained the
rattlers on last Friday afternoon.
the W. C. T. U. will meet Wednes
Jay afternoon with Mrs. Vesta McFall.
Mrs. Melline White of Anderson is
visiting her mother, Mrs. N. E. Thornley,
Miss Nellie Freeman is spending this
week with her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Minter,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fulghum, of Wil
ion, N. C., are on a visit to friends and
relatives in Pickens.
Miss Nell Grandy is visiting relatives
n Charlotte and will also visit other
)laces in North Carolina.
Sam J. Ashmore has returned to his
iome at Wichita Falls, Texas, after a
risit to 'his parents here.
The four - year - old son of Charlie
-lughes had the misfortune to break
lis-arm last Wednesday.
Mrs. John L. Thornley and Miss Mae
riffin are visiting Mrs. Thornley's
rother, Thomas Hill, in Greer.
The U. D. C. vill meet next Friday
fternoon at 4.30 o'clock at Mrs. T. R.
kLlen's. Be on hand, all ye Daughters.
Mrs. H. F. Smith of Greenville is
Fisiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
. Misses Lura Pickens and May Pepper
f Easley, after spending a week very
pleasantly in Pickens, returned to their
Misses 'Eula and Jonnie Attaway of
Liberty spent the Fourth of .July with
their mother, Mrs. Belle Attaway, in
Ben Field informs us that Martin
school will begin its regular session Ju
y 24, instead of July 17. All patrons
ire urged to have books ready on that
late and are requestpd to meet on the
ifternoon of July 22 to clean off the
SNies insertedi this column for (110tent a
vord for lirst insertion snd 0en-half cent a wo'rd
or each sbsequent insertion.-'
WVanted ,Indian relics, large or
imall quantities spear and arrow heads,
teads, pipes, etc. flintlock pistols, pis-.
os inarked C. S.; quantities of used
myvelopes with Confederate stamps on.
Write E. Walters, 1540 N. 58th street,
Philadelphia, Penna. -14
For Sale - Thoroughbred Poland
China boar, age 21 years, weight 450
pouinds. Paid for himself in 10 months.
Will exchange for corn, oats or a good
dow. Going out of the stock business
is my reason for~ selling. J. Alonzo
Brown. Cateechee, S. C.
Fob' sale-Two extra god milk
cows. See W. H. Sutherland Pickens.
We are In thme mnarket for
Butter the year round. Craig Bros. Co.
For Sate- Booking orders for 0 I C
pgs for delivery about April 20. Pure
Here ~od.bull calf for sale at once. 0.
L. Craig,, CnrlR.F.D. No. 2; L. H.
Craig, Greenville, S. C. 47tf
Whaeat!-Bring us your wheat and
and receive in exchange flour that looks,
cooksand tastes good. Eagle Roller
Mills,. Greenville, S. C. 10
For Sale-Bur Clover Seed-$1.00
perbushel. C. N. Morgan. Central,
Per Mate-Two good milk cows.
Both fresh in milk. S. V. Carson, Pick
en's route 1. 10
Piga-Call on J. T. Taylor If you
need Jersey pigs. $5.00, six weeks old.
The Military College of South
Antwe~licd as "'Distinguished AMilitary Col.
lege" by U. S. War Department. Full courses
i ivli Entgineering, Seiences, English and
Modern aduguages. Confors ii. S. and C. I.
A scholarship worth $300 a year 1s vacant from
10i)( a county and will be fillied by competit
ive 6xminatnf t the county seat on the 11th
1or necessary information and blanks apply to
90OL.O. J. BOND, The Citadel
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mered~th ck
Hill and Mrs. Power Of St. A
Florida, spent last week with Mr*. Belle
Attaway and family.
R. H. Barrow, a prominent citizen of
Spartanburg, and his 15-year-old daugh
ter, Jennie Sue, %yere the victims of
quicksand and were drowned in a pond
near the country chib in Spartanburg
last Tuesday. Mrs. Barrow was before
her marriage Miss Bellott of Calhoun.
Notice is hereby given that the books
of subscription to the capital stock of
Hobbs-Hendersort Co , of Central, S. C.
will be opened at the office of said com,
pany in Central, S. C., on July 14, 1916,
at 10 o'clock, a m , and the subscribers
to the capital stock will meet - at said
time and place for purposes of organi
zation. C. 0. HoBBs,
W. M. WriLLs.
Condensed Passenger Sohodule
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
Effective October 31st, 1915.
No. 3 7:55 a. .No. 2 7:00 i. in.
No. 5 10:00 a. in. No. 4 8:10 a. w.
No. 7 11:35 a.m. No. G 10:20 . in.
No. 9 1:55 p. m. No. 8 12:10 p. in.
No. 11 3:10 p. in. No. 10 1:45 p. in.
No. 15 4:15 p. in. No. 12 4:16 p. i.
No. 17 6:45 p. in. No. 14 :30 p. m.
No. 19 9:15 p. im. No. 16 10:50 p. Ill.
Anderson and Anderson and
No. 4 8:05 1. i1. No. 1 (1:00 a. i.
No. 6 10:10 . na. Nmo. 7:55 a. in.
No. 8 12:10 p. i. No. 10:00 a. i.
No. 10 1:45 p. in. NO. 7 11:35a. in.
No. 12 4:10 p. m. No. 9 2:00 p. n.
No. 14 6:30 p. in. No. 15 4:20 p. in.
No. 16 10:50 1). Inl. No. 17 6:50 a. in.
. S. AL.EN,
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the wvork is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
suiNts pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, iWO suit; dr~y cleaning5 $1
suit. Special attention given to mies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
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reation finswer wift in autoreeno.
~ocsutsrNom. 7 11:35s. m
Ibseay d~eles~a Not the Dw4:2 p. m
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prmseandhe work is duone by an
We apreiateyou Wpatonaefr
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Stemnand Dischar Ntic t
Notice I' given -that I wil NOWJhrb.
M649- J.B. Newbery, mk r bI
- 6V 'Pkobate' for Pkns Esq . - of*tbj.. obr
tn.f 8V'n . P4ens
on tf22th Ay of jAay, 1916 sat1 co ofSlthe in ,
on the 2taaofJy196, at Ii on the 20th -day of Jizly, 191, aO us,
So'clock In the - forenoon, or as soon oelock In the of Joly, o9. at oo
thereafter as -aaid - appUcation can be ~'clock. as de forenoons, or- as b
heard, for learve 'to make final settle- thear af r as said ma aOn can be
ment of the estate of H. L. Huckabee, men , r eae o m H nac ete'
deceased, arid, obtain discharge as ad- ment oe estate of Gr H. Da-us,'
ministrators of said estate. deceased, and o tain discharge as
MRS. FANNIE HUOKABEV, ministrator of said estate. rad
10 Administratrix- J STHEAdnstrator.
June 19, 1916. 10
How- te YearsD Rl
Again we find ourselves in another canning sea
son whether there Is much to can or not. There
are some things, however, that we will need for
winter that can be saved. We are ready to
supply you with Fruit Jars, Rings and Tops.
We sell the tops for economy; jars also. Have
you tried the White Crown Tops for Mason Jars?
They are an improvement on the old way. Let
us show you how they work. We also have
Rings for White Crown Tops.
PLENTY OF JELLY GLASSES,
Lunch Baskets for the children, and Hats, t'oo
for the boys and girls. They have abopt worn
their old ones out. Get them a riew one before
Remember, we are in the market butter all
the time, regardless of the weathe
Come to see us and bring what u have to sell.
CRAIG BROS. COMPANY
Pickens, S. C.
FORD-THE UNIVERSAL CAR
Obey that impulse and get your Ford car today.
There's no valid reason why you shotuld deny
vourself the pleasure and profitable service the
Obey that impulse. "Time is money," and the
service of a Ford doubles the value of your time.
Touring, Oar, $440; Runabout, $390; Coupelet,
$590; Town Oar, $640; Sedan, $740. '
All prices f. o. b. Detroit. On display and sale by
B. L. HENDRIX, Pickens, S. C.
.ays we are going to sell our stock of.
nd REFRIGERATORS at a reduced
an Oil Stove or Refrigerator it will~
our line over before .buying.
LOOK FOR THE SAW SIGN
EASLEY, S. C.