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We are in position to furnish
few club mnember's with good
Ervice. Four suits leansed and
ressed, $1.00 per month. A
4any suits as desired in on
aonth for $1.50. Suits calle(
2r and delivered same-day. Wi
ay postage one way on out of
wn work. All work gu.ran
?ed, ladies' suits and - a4kirtks
pecialty. No disappintmeni
n account of rainy days. Hay
lullum will ca.for-cothes and
eliver them. We want you
ork and will do our best, tc
.lease yon. Try us.
.J. ROBT. MARTIN
A'ATTORINEY ANr) COUNSELL.OR
cORN ER1 lIROA I) A N I) MA EN STR EET*;'S
'RACTICE IN ALL COURTS
'hones toa 'n.
For Your Produce I
10c pound f<
30c for Roos
$1.00 a bush
18c pound f(
'~i am offering
'ends to go at cos
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Notices inserted it thim colunn for one -et m
word for 11ist invertioni and ene-hait( cent it word
for each subsequent insertion,
FOr sle-Pair of young mules.
Apply to T. A. Kelley, Pickens R3. (20
For Sale-Valuable tract of land,
11 miles of Norris, S. C., 92 acres; will
cut suit purchaser; liberal terms. See
J.. C... Garrett or James Huntet, Norris,
S. C- 21
'irage-The Hiawatha, New
itaathoteT Repairingof allkinds,
on short notice at reasonable prices.
Mr. Brookshire, recently with arey's
Garage, which I have bought out, is
with me; also Mr. Jesse Ward. They
are skilled mechanics. Ihandle allkinds
of accessories--tires, tubes, gasoline,
oil and grease. Prepared to do all kinds
of vulcanizing. No job too big or com
plicad none too little., Public service;
asoby, ell or exchange used cars. A
share of. your patronage solicited. W.
H. Harris,'prop. Hiawatha Garage.
Lost, Straye4 or %tolesa, from
Pelzer, August 18, one bay mule with
black mane and tail, black streak up
back and wen on ri ht side, weighs
about 800 pounds. \ l pay liberal re
ward for any info'-:nation. Notify G.
T. Dorr, Pickens If1, or S. H. Brown,
Pickens R4. 19
Lost---Between Clemson and Pick
ens, August 28, a plain gold bracelet.
Finder please return to The Sentinel
office and get reward. 19
uargalias sit u-md l orcyeles
-We have a number of INDIAN Mo
torcycles that we wish to qjose out at
once. Each one guarantee'U to be in
fine running condition. Write for list.
John S. O'Neal, 209 Buncombe street,
Greenville, S. C. 16tf'
For Nale-Fine Berkshire Pigs. A.
D. Mann, Pickens, S. C., R.F.D.2. 13tf
We aie is% tie anutriL t for
Butter the year round. Craig BroZ. Co.
J. Ir. mc.swA I S AINI II.CRIAIG
tUrcet ie S.WU. V I ii.kcnw. S. C.
McSwain & Craig
ractice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
eOL itli boxea ated with Blue~3
Ribbon. A "32 P 8 . n
yeard regarded a, Best,safest, Always Reliable
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
ThIRD EVE RYW HE RE .ORTHg"
~o Get Mot
s At HENDRICKS'n
arket for Fryers
narket for eggs. 9
>r nice cured hams n~
some good values 8
A lot of odds and nt
ge is always ap- M
NORIC KS &
Pickens County Man Dead
Columbus Fate Pace died at his home
in Missouri Friday night, September 8.
He was an elder brother of Joe W. Pace
of Pickens, who died on the same day
and at the same hour and was buried on
the same day. None of the relatives
here knew of the sickness and death of
Columbus Pace until this week.
Praters Creek Honor Roil
Sixth grade-Mae Massingill.
Fifth~'grade - Ira Bolding, George
Bolding, Cromer Looper.
Fourth grade-Mae Looper, Pauline
Second grade - Cleo Bolding, Lela
Bolding, Bolt Looper.
J. D. Vickery,
Miss Ida Baker,
Below are listed some real es
tate bargains which should not
be oA erlooked by those who are
thinking of buying real estate
in this section, . for we are able
to offer this property now at less
than its real value. Everything
guaranteed as represented or a
TRACT No. ' i-A lne farm of 250 acres of
good river or creek bottoms and good uplands;
nir-e dwelling house, ta extra barn and two
good telanhit houses: good public road runs
through place and has daily mail; in sight of
church and mill and nenr graded school: l!
miles from Salem. This property cannot be
recommended too hi:.hly. Price #500, $1000
cash and balante III eight years.
TRAUT No. 13-Tollgate farm, 17 miesabove
Wathalla on Cashier's Valley road (good auto
mobile road); 353 acres in tract. some of it good
timber land; on this property is situated a grist
mill, a :arge 14-room house and good ot.tbu-a
ings: un ideal place for a summer resort: noth
Ing to to but go and Open up business. This is
the best sunimer resort proposition inI the up
country and Is a real bargain. Price, $285..
'TiRACT' No. 41-229 acres iII Oconee county,
t inbered land, 4 miles above Tunel 11111 il (lie
itighlands road. Price, *1650 cnsh.
TiRAC"T No. 5--24? acres timblered land in
Oconee county, 4 miles above Tu'nnaei Hll1 on
(he fliglaads road. Price, $1660 eansb.
T'R Au'CT No. 61-130 acres of extra line timbeared
land in Oconee county, 3 miiles ab~ove T1 nnlel
H11 all ontoble Sprinags roan: Price, $1100
TiRA C'T 'o. 7-23~, acres fiute tiunnbered laitid it.
OJ(oniee cotunty, .5 mniles ablove Walhailba, on
lt halga (reek. Price, $11050 t'ashi.
TR~l ACT No. 8-Hiouse andi lot of acre, nea.
diepaot in town of Waihalla. Price. $d50a.
TI R A T No. 9-lioutpe and lot .)f Ii~ lit-res onl
Malln street-au towna of Wailhalia : mnostdesirabile
laace ini towni. P'ri-e. #-800 tash.
T R A C.T No. 10. 80 in t wo miles of Salem, S
C. Gootd 2-room houase, goiod well of waiter
barn. cornerib, etc~. lFifteenu acres in cuiltiv-a
tion: in good settlemeiit, convenmienattochurch.
c-s anld schbool; thickly settled all airoundit. Price
$1500: $000 (-ash and balanice ou 8 years' time, if
desired, at 8 raer centi interest. One of liest
v-iens s---a desirable ahiuce.
TRACT No. I .-Here Is your t huace for a
good home. 350i acres of line uplaund, known as
part of Toiiassee lands, 9 miles front Waihalla
Oin goaod paublic road aind in one mile of gocd
school. Wi.li sell etutire tra-t or cuat in small
tracts andt giv-e from three to six yeairs' time.
This Is a great chanice for good homes. Wton't
'o-' furthaer iuformtio and p.articulars (-all
on oar write (g. A. ELLIS, Plekens, 8. C., or
.1. 1i. WIG iNGONo, .Saleia, 8. I'.
All Uhi3 aries giveni promplit aittent'ioii
Condensed Passenger Sohedule
PIEOIb1lT &-NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY.
Effective October 31st, 1915.
Spartanblurg. Sat turz
Greenialle, is. C
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No. 5 10:00 ai. il.No 4 8:0t.i.
No. 7 11:35 at. mt.No6I02 .l.
No. 9 1:55 p. mt. N.81:0p n
No. 11 3:10 p. mt. N,1 :; .mt
No. 15 4:15 p. mi.No1245p.i.
No. 17 6:45 p. mt.No i:0p.it
No. 19 9:15 i.N.1105 p. ni.
No. 4 8:05 a. mi.No16:0 .:a
No. 6i 10:10 a. it.No 3 7:. ii.
No. 8 12:10) p. mi. N.51:0i.lt
No. 10) 1:45 p. mr. N.71:5a n
No, 12 4:10 pt. m1. N.92Oi.ii
No. 14 6:30.p. im. N.1 :0p t
No. 16 i0:50 .an. m. 7 :0 i
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A well-established, well-equipped
and very prosperous school for
girls and young women.
Fall term begins September
For catalogue, address
J. M. Rhodes, Littleton, N.C
Another Car.of Corn. It is bad
bo buy Corn but not so bad as
loing without. Another car of
3alt just in. Will receive an
ther car of Flour this week.
Aknother car of Hay wvill be in,
n a few days. WO sell it for
Jash, but we sell it for Less.
Jome in and let us figure with
Morris & Company,
Old Postoffice Building.
Phone No. 36
Columbus wagons are good
wagons. Get our prices before
ou buy. Pickens Hdw. & Gro.
style and b(
You will C(
suited to yo
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Pickens County Has a College Chartered
by the State of South Carolina
CENTRAL S. C.
College, High School, Graminar, Musical, Theological
Consists of men and women who are graduates of some of
the leading colleges of the north and south.
BOARD AND TUITION
For the entire school year is only $100, pavable] at the
beginning of the school year, or half at the beginning of
each semester. College tuition is $54 per semester, and an
additional charge of $6 per semester will payl for two
lessons each week, either piano or voice.IlInstructors
For information and a catalog address
Rev. H. C. Bedford, A. M., Pres.
itive Fall Millinery
aturday, Sept. 15 & 16
oms contain the prettiest, new
and the largest assortment of
its ever exhibited in thscity.
7, exclusiveness, simplicity of
lauty are the three predominat
i that are conspicuous in every
sation this season, andl are repre
most authoritative~mannei- inI
at feature of'this showing is the
-ices that prevail throughous the
for the high standard of mer
~rtainly find the style and color
ur personaf taste on Friday and
NS, SOUTH CAROLINA l