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Narcissus, 30c dozen
Tulips, 25c dozen
Crocus, 10c dozen
Hyacinths, 50c c %en
Ifiby mail,I5cdozen extra:
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLUM, Prop. & fagr.
Plhoue No. 8
Anderson Phosphate and Oil Co.
Offer the Following Prizes
Sowinvg w heat Ihis fall who use the Anderson "Pish and
Blood" goods wheni sowing and Aniderson Phosphate and
)ii Co's 101o dressing and soda next KPring.
For thl best five ac es of wheal ............ ............ .100
For t he second best. fiv e acres of' wheat................ 75
Forhe t hird best five acres of wheat,..................... 60
For I lhe fourth best five acres of w heat................... r5)
For t1 I t( I t h we ares of NNwheat. .................... 5
or (III, h b st.on. .a.. . . inl wh. at .......... ..................... 25
Mr. SN I. M I vars, Count.y Demonstiration A ken t, Will
n1:nne a conuniuiiit te in <hie time to n,ward the prizes. All
von will have to do to get the prize is to make the yieli.
Raising whoat and oats successfully is largely a matter
of' preparation and fertilizat1iI when grain is sown.
If t ho nxt wheat. crop shoul be short flour would
make another advancev.
Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co.
W. F. FARMER, Secretary.
M. i'. SMITIl ANI)JNO. C. CA lY,\ Agents, Pickens
Winter Is Coming!
Prepare for it by buying a nice
heating stove from us. Our assort
ment is complete.
We also have a nice line of Oil
Heaters, Cook Stoves and Ranges.
Prices are right. Come to us for
your Hardware wants.
Table Rock St., Easley, S. C. Phone 68
Woman's~g misfortune that she is not'beauitiful at 16
hut tsiher own fault is she is not heantirul at -10"
If she uses th-st.
Velvetina system of Home TreatmentsI
The Velvetina Combination for Use
Here is the best combhination: No. 1 \elvetina Comi.
plexion Soap, .; Masg,50. aihn ra
50c. Face ;Pow der, 35c. T'ot al, $1.60. 'IThe Iadie~
that are using these goods can't praise't hem enough.+
We have the exclusive agency.t
K. E. LewI8a, Ph. 8., Prop. Phone 24
1644 receive a saple copy of Th
Sentinel this week it is aniinvtation t<
you to subscribe.
John L. Thornley spent Monday ir
Oconee county on business.
Miss Mary Morris is visiting triendk
and relatives in Greenwood.
The old folks' singing at Mountain
view was well attended Sunday.
Pickens now gets its Sunday mail in
the morning instead of afternoon.
Walter Kelley of Liberty route 4 was
at the:county seat on business last week.
I. T. Lewis of Lincolnton, Ga., is
SP, -ling several days in this county on
Edgar Morrjs of Washington spent
Saturday and Sunday with his parentg
John Hunter of Liberty was among
the many business visitors at the county
The annual conference of the Wesleyar
Methodist church will convene at Centra
November 14 to 19.
Mrs. B. Lewis of Easley spent las
week-end in Pickens with her daughter
Mrs. J. E. Hoggs.
John L. Thornley has a May cherr3
tree in his yard which has its secom
crop of cherries this year.
S. W. Seawright and family of Green
Ville spent Sunday with his brother, Dr
T. A..Soawright, in Pickens.
Dock Pace and family mioved las
week from Pickens toGreenville, when
he qxpects to enter the mercantile busi
Mack Christopher, Hansell Hivens
1. F. McDaniel and Earl Morris motore
to Greenwood Sunday and spent the da;
B. H. Williams of Easley route 6; am
W. C. Gaines of Norris. are two of oui
good friends who paid us pleasant Visit:
- Rev. C. R. Abbecrombie and Prof
R. M. Bolding are this week conductin
a series of meetings at Double Spring!
in Greenville county.
Several weeks ago 13. NI. Smith ad
vertised in The Sentinel that he hat
some sieed wheat for sale. 1le says th<
ad sure did the work for him.
'The eight - year-old boy of Austii
4)owens, colored. who live's on Mr. Ale.
Raines' ilace four miles above Easley
died suddenly Sunday morning
Mrs. C. G. Lewis and Miss Lew
Lewis of the Praters section visited las
wek at the home of J. R. Griffin o
Central route 3 and R. K. I ewis of nen
E. H. Craig of Pickens has a Rhod
lsland Red hen that has laid more tha
200) eggs since last January 1st. H
expeCts her to reach the 240) mark bi
T. A. Gary of Liberty has purchase
the stock of goods of R. C. Robinson
the same place and the stores have bee
combined. Mr. Robinson will now~ b'
with the Gary store.
The Easley singing convention wvi
meet with the Glenwood church the se<
ond Sunday in November at 2.30 p. n
Everybody urged to attend, as tisi
the time to elect omeiers for next yea1
-ne merchants of Pickens report ey
tra good business this fall. Especiall
was business good here Saturday at1
there were many wvell pleased purchat
ers from the surrou'nding country her<
The friends of C. G. Lewis of tI
Praters section wvill be glad to kino
that the cancer, with wvhich he hashbei
amficted a long time, is not giving hil
as much trouble as formerly and is gran
ually going away.
On account of the wvets of prayer<
the Woman's Missionary society, whit
began Monday night and will continm
the balance of the wveek, there wvill 1
no ladies' cottage prayer meeting th
just installed in their store here tI
handsomeat and largest cash registeri
Pickens county. it is a six-drawel
mahogany finish National with all tU
latest imlprovem.ents and is in keepin
with the up-to-date methods of Earl
~aborn. the hustling manager of thi
A wyeek or so ago a citizen of Pickei
advertised a secofid-hand Ford for sal
lie placed a small ad in The Sentin<
ard had no trouble in selling the cai
lie got many replies from t he ad an
could hav-e sold severni mom Fordsi
he had had themu. Let the peni le kno'
what you have for snie or trade an
you will do business.
The report that "Uncle J1immie
Williams, wvho sang at the recent tei
meetmn att Pickens. was dead is no
true. I1ncle Jimmie is not only livin~
but is still singing. In writing to Ii.
Parsons of Piekens he says he has bee
in a meeting with Charlie [D. Tlilmana
I .ynchburg. S. C , and will leave ther
this week for Florida.
Cedar Rock's ng~w school building is
revelation ofC wifat determined p eoil
and a carpenter can do. The old buld
mug has been made into a modern an
handsome. wvell-lighted and tin-shingle
structure. wvhich te peopile of the dis
trict .and county should be proud of
Working on the building last Frida,
were E. E. Lewis, R. N. McCollum, ,f
L,. McCollum, 1. D. Singleton and
Prince Albert Tobaold everCywh
In toppy red bae. Sc tidy it
MisB tel handsom e. a
that clever crytal-ynga pa
tear1owpe tat ih o rst,
humidor we mponrenoir-e
aLm and ht eoigs whel toaccoi u
R. Reynolds Tobacco C
Mrs. F. g. Hopkins of Central,
daughter of lr. and Mrs. F. S. PortC
s operated on for appendicitis at 1
Greenville hospital Sunday night. Grave
fear,. were felt fo her recovery at first,
but reports Tuesday were more encour
aging and she is doing es well as could
cigarette unless you get
with Prince Albert tobac
P.A. comes to you with a re
goodness and satisfaction it o
a patented process that remoi
You can smoke it long and I
back! Prince Albert has alw
coupons or premiums. We F
Prince Albert affords the keen
enjoyment! And that flavor
coolness is as good as tha
answers the universal. de
without bite, parch or kic
Introduction to Prince Albe
*d than to walk into the near
i tobacco and ask for "a supply
. out a- little change, to be. sur
th fullest investment you ever j
, Winston-Salem, N. C. Copyright 1916 bY;
IThe halloween party given by Mr. I
and Mrs. Mrs. M. C. Smith last week "I
was enjoyed by a large number of pa
Mrsi. Nanje K. Parker has moved
from Easle. route 3 to Liberty, where of
%he will eoinduct a first class hotel and ar,
boarding house in the old Willard house TI
niear the depot. Mrs. Parker is an ex- wi
uellent lad and her house will nodoubt th
!ommanfd a large patronage. od
PICKENS, S. C..
VILL SOON BE HERE
get ready for it? ~W
niany lines, our "Liv
s still remain the san
ad to take care of yo
me in and see the won
e offering in every d
d just what you wa
nd all kinds of Dress
alythe best lines of
; assured that your sI
r come from here.
I arnd Boys' Clothing.
suit it would pay you
and Suits-See the
r'e offering here.
-We are always rea<
omplete stock of Lad
. It will pay you to
that new hat..
-N E&DE RScp
PICKENS, S. C.
A. puts new joy
kto the sport of
(OU may live to
L be 110 and never
el old enough to
)te, but it's cer
,in-sure you'll not
aow the joy and
intentment of a
iendly old jimmy
ipe or a hand rolled
al reason for all the
Ffers. It is made by
res bite and parch!
iard without a come
Ays been sold without
>refer to give quality!
est pipe and cigarette
and fragrance and
t sounds. P.A. just
mand for tobacco
rt isn't any harder
'est place that sells
of P. A." You pay
e, but it's the cheer
. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co.
Nliss Florence Howen entertained the
attlers" last Tuesday at a Halloween
rty. The affair was delightful and
joyed by all present.
rhis week is being observed as Week.
Prayer by the ladies of the missiou
y society of the Methodist church.
ley invite and will welcome all the
lies of the town who will meet with
am. Meetings are held in the Meth
ist church every afternoon at4 o'clock .
*ith the ad
e and Let
1e; we are -
u and your
nt here in
ioes are all
If you are
to see our
ly to serve
ies' Hats to
see us be