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A Beauty Spclanist
Will be at our store all pQxt week, commencing September
18, to demonstrate
Harmony Rexall Toilet Articles
She will tell you how to care for the skin, to get rid of
pimples, blotches, etc. Special attention given to wrinkles,
how to get rid of them and 4vois them. She will call and
make demonstrations in homes 'a)ppointment.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HiALLUM, Prop. & Myr.
Phone No. 8
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Safe, Sound anad 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.
Howthe Years Do Roll
Again we find ourselves in another canning sea
son whether there is tnuch 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 Jairs, Rings and Tops.
We sell the tops for econotiy; jars also. Have
you tried the White Crown Tops for Ma3on Jars?
They are an improvement on the old way. Let
us show you how they voi'k. We also have
Rings for White Crown Tops.
PLENTY OF JELLY GLASSES
Lunch Baskets for the children, and Hats, too,
for the boys and girls. They have about worn
their old ones out. Get thepi a new one before
Remember, we are in the market for butter all
the time, regardless of the weather.
Come to see us and bring What you have to sell.
CRAI~G BROS. COMPANY
Pickens, S. C.
For Th at Cough
Lewis White Pine and Tar
Cough Syrup .
Laxated Cold Tablets
R. E. LEWIS, Prop. IPhone 24
Try An AdvertisementinaThe Sentinel
SQualityirinting--Th.e Piekens Sentine4
Mrs. J. P. Carey and daughter
Misses Floride and Bernice, are visitir
relatives in Woodbury, Ga.
The stork 'visited the home of Mr. an
Mrs. Porter on route 8, Tuesday, Sel
tember 5, and left a fine boy.
Guy Curtis, Pressman on the Greer
ville News, visited his mother, Mrs. E
F. Curtis, in Pickens last week*
Miss Annie Ragsdale, of Greenville
visited the family of C. G. Lewis and C
. ,Ferguson on route 2 last week.
The tent meeting is drawing grea
crowds. It is hoped that much goo
may be accomplished by the meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Davis, of Inman
visited the latter's sister, Mrs. Char
lotte Clayton on Liberty route 3 Wed
The "Tattlers" were royally enter
tained last Thursday afternoon by Mrs
Sam Craig and Miss Ada Craig. Sev
eral out-of-town guests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. McDaniel o:
Rutherford county, N. C., spent th<
past week with relatives in Pickens.
Their many friends here were glad t<
The Liberty township singing conven
tion will meet at Smith's Grove church
the third Sunday in September. Every
body come. Bring song books and well
Mr. and Mrs. John 0. Fields, of
Pickens, have moved to Seneca and are
occupying the cottage on North Fair
Play street recently vacated by Mrs.
Phillipps. -Seneca Journal.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones Fuller of Green
wood spent some time in Pickens last
week. Mr. Fuller was elected to the
legislature from Greenwood in the re
cent election, heading the ticket.
Mr. Will Orr died at his home near
Piedmont last Saturday and was buried
at Fairview church on Sunday after.
noon. Funeral service was conducted
by Rev. D. W. Hiott. Mr. Orr lived foi
many years near Easley and was a!
honorable, upright christian gentleman
He was 65 years old and leaves a widov
and one grown son.
The opening of the Liberty schoo
last Wednesday was largely attended
In fact, it was the greatest opening ih
the histoy of the school. Addresse
were made by W. J. Hunter, Mario
Boggs, Rev. Mr.' Hodges, J. J. Gant
and Prof. B. C. Givens, the superir
tendent. The enrollment was more tha
three hundred pupils and the prospect
for a successful year are pleasing.
John Carey has a farm which h
wanted to rent about two weeks ago, a
he put an advertisement in The Sentin<
telling about it. Before the paper ha
been published a day John began get
ting enquiries about the farm. In a fes
days he says he was literally swampe
with letters and callers wanting t
know about that farm he had to rent
He rented it. Advertising in The Ser
tinel gets results.
The first bale of newv cotton soldi
Pickens this year was raised by Joh'
Arnold and Dock Cunningham, colored
on T. A. Bowen'a place near here, an
was bought by Folger, Thornley & Cc
for 151c a pound or $80.64 for the 48
pound bale, counting a $5.00 premiur
paid for the first bale. Counting th
seed this bale brought right aroun
$100.00. It was brought here Wedne:
day, September 6.
P. E. Alexander of Cherryfield, N. C.
has bought the farm of G. T. Freema
of near Ambler and five miles n'orth c
Pickens, and will return to his nativ
state to live. The farm consists of 'N
aci-es and not an acre of waste land o
it, about 30 acres in cultivation and th
Irest in timber. It is flat and level an
has a good dwelling and outbuildingi
The price paid was $3,500. We welconm
Mr. Alexander back to South Carolinr
Dr. W. R. Hollingsworth and wife c
Crosby, Texas, are on a vislt-to friend
and relatives in Pickens. Dr. HollingE
worth is a brother of'the late Col. C.1
IHollingsworth of Pickens. He wa
brought up near Liberty, in this count3
admvd to Texas al~ut twenty year
ago. His wife was Miss Lake Folgei
also of this county, and was very por
ular. She taught school several year
Iin Plckens county. Their many friend
are glad to see them again.
Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs, of Pic4
ens, was among thie visitors to Walha
laelaat ,week. Mr. Boggs was visitin
hIrd~ld: friend, forpner Clerk ot Cout
C. R. D. Burns, and looking after mai
ters of business. ' Mr. Bogge has bee
erving es Clerk of Court for Picker
Mounty for a number of years, but su:
fered defeat at the polls In the prima!
election'on the 29th. He is a pleasar
gejrtIoman, *nd now that his dutIes wi
tlinlget hold him so elosely we truu
~at Oconeans may see more of hii
L oin e pst.-Keowee Courier.
Prince Albert Is "oId evhere
in toppy red bag&. Sel red ti
tin? loci handsome i ane and
half-pound tin hum r-and- t(
that cler crta.g1e.. poend
humidor with *pnme-RIMO
top that hoops the tobaceeh
R. J. Reynolde Tolb.ac C.,WIn
C. G. Lewis, who has been takIng
treatment for cancer in Atlanta' is in -
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lewis and-chil
dren were the guests of his sister, Mre.
T. A. Kelley, on route 3 blonday.
The Woman's Christian Temperance tal
Union will hold. its regular monthly SoU
meeting with Mrs. C. E. *RObinson ser1
Thursday afyernoon, September; 14, at 30 -
1 4 o'clock. The object of this meeting tur
3 is to organize a mother's club. Every pla
I mother who has the welfare of her othi
t child at heart is urged to attend. chu
I G. T. Elrod was in The Serntinel of- con
s fice Monday and said that on the Mon- sIc I
day before while pulling fodder he killed bnI
a rattlesnake with seventeen rattles and
B that shortly before this he had killeda
3 one that measured nine inches around a
I and contained fifteen rattles. He lives
I near Table Rock.
' Bro. Ben G. Field wvill be ordained to (
I the gospel ministry at Secor)a phurch on
> Friday befdre the first Sunday in Octo
.ber, which will be Septembhr 29, at 31
-o'clock in the afternoon. The following J
ministers are invited to take pariis Revs: -
A. E. Howvard, WV. E. Nelson, J. M.
1 Stewart, Fulton Childress and D. W.
1 Hiott. Everyboby invited.
I Mr. and Mrs. L. G. McCullough and
son, little Joe Henry, of Newberry, and
B Mr. 0. L. Crooks and sister, Miss Ber
'a tha Crooks, were guests at the home of
e Mr. and Mrs. J. i- Clayton last week.
ri They came thru in their car and made
- several interesting little trips in this
part of the country while here. But to
our great sorrow and disappointment,
,Mr. McCullough was ill when he arived
a and Dr. Shelton prescribed for him and
f sent him home in a very serious condi
e tion. Many anxious hearts are await
1 ing to hear good news from him.
Get the White House and Ma
.jestic flour from the Pickens
Hdw. & Gro. Co.
SThe Southern Railway
aPremier Carrier of the South.
N. B. The following schedule figures
are published as information ar4a are
"No. Leaving Easley TfimT~
s 42 From Seneca~ to Charlotte 8.38 a m
12 " Atiata to Charlotte 1.8 p an
* 4( " Atlanta to Charlotte 6,25 p mn__
~89 " Charlotte to Atlefla 10.01 n..
5 11 " Charlotte to Atlanta 8.85'pni"
a 41 " Charlotte to Atlanta. 9,5% pm,
29* Washington to Bham. '.87 am
*Stop on signal to receive pase.gers
- For complete information write
W. R. T ABER,
t P. & T. A., 'Greenville, 8. C,
Columbia, lS. C.
The Walter A. Wood Mowing,
tmachine is the best and lightest
Srunniug machine on the market.
~ Ask any owner. Sold by Pick-,
ens Hdw. & Gro. Co.
. I uts newjo
Wato. the sport of
Umay live to
e10 and never
feel old enough to
but it's cer.
ure you'll not
ti ..the joy .and
lfriendly old jimmy
pipeor ahand rolled
igarette unless you get on talking-terms
fith Prince Albert tobacco!
. A. comes to you wtl.a real reason for all the
oodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by
patented process that-removes bite and parch I
ou can smoke it long and -hird without a come
ack! Prince Albert has always been sold without
aupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality!
'rince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette
ajoyment! And that flav.or and fragrance and
)olness is as good as that sounds. P.A. just
nswers the universal demand for tobacco
rithout bite, parch or kick-back!
itroduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder
ian to walk into the nearest place that sells
>bacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay
ut a little change, to be sure, but it's the cheer
illest investment you ever. made !
mton-.sem, N. C. Copyright 1916 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacao Co.
hoice Farm and Ginnery
Fifty and four-tenths acres of the choicest lands in the Moun
i View section, 7 miles west of Pickens C. H. and 7 miles from.
thern Itail way iS Norris, at the fork of two main roads, RFD
rice and telephone. This place is most all practically level and
Leres in a high state of cultivation,- balapce in wood and pas
3. Has a nice new 4-room. house, two porches and Irwo fire
:es, new barn 30x36,.12 feet high with 8 stalls and several
?r smaller outbuildinks; good well in yard; good school and
rches near; good qommunity in every respect; good young
iardlof choice fruit; good 70-saw Lummus gin and old-time
mill; good new 12-horse International gasoline engine, wagon,
;, etc.; good stand for machinery, this gin having ginned 60()
s in one season.
Willl sell the farm of 50 acres for $55.00 per acre or will sell as
TERMS:--One-third cash: balance to suit purchaser.
. A. ELLIS,. Pickens, S. C;.-or
H. WIGGINGTON, Salem, S. C.
"DA I N"
Mowers and Rakes!l
If ini need of a mower and rake, come in and
look the "DAI.N" over before you buy. There
is none better!
Barr Brothers "Special". Ranges
Prices: $25 to $35
Come to Us for Hardware Wants.
E~asley, S. C. *. .Phone 68
PICKENS, S. C.
Pii~es Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Qa I.