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A good tonic to prevent Grip and to assist
in recovering from Grip is REXALL TONIC
HYPOPHOSPHITES. It builds you up by
enriching the blood, strengthening the
nerves, improving appetite and digestion.
Full pint bottle, nearly a month's treat
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HtALLliM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
Use The Anderson Phosphate and Oil
Fish and Blood Guano
It is better plant food and lasts
longer in the crop making than
any other guano. There is noth
ing better than this and mighty
little as good.
It is sold at the same price as
the others. See our agents.
We can supply you with potash
W. F. FARMER, Secretary.
JOHN C. CAREY AND M. C. SMITH, Agents, Pickens.
Quality Printing---The Pickens Sentinel
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
SafeSounad and Progfressive
WAe solicit your banking b~usiness and wvill showv you evers
'(courtesy and convenience consistent with sound banking principles
Fov per cenut. initerest paid on Savings D)eposits.
J. P. CA REY, President., J NO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
I Have Had an Exceedingly
Good Business a
D~uring the wvinter. I still have some excep
tionally good values in winter weight good1s, and
in ordler that I may dispose of same before my
spring goods arrive I am going to make special
p)rices on all
M Heavy Weight Woolen Goods, . ChiI- a
y dren's Cloaks, Children's Raincoats, n
M Ladies' Raincoats, and a Lot of Odds n(
and Ends Too Numerous to Mention n
Conmo early so) you may get your share of the
bargains, as I shall only make these special
prices up to February 1st. Remember, this is
"'Catchy"' sale, but is only a making ready for
taking stock and making roomt for spring goods.
Trusting that my friends anid customers wvill
come and see for themselves, I am
______ -~Yours for Trade,
J. W. HENDRICKO
Advertisementin The Sentinel
Miss Ruth Cannon spent l'st weel
end with friends in Pickens.
Mrs. A. B. Cameron, who has bee
sick about a week, has recovered.
Judge Mauldin is holding court 1
Union this week. Mrs. Mauldin iswil
Miss Mae Griflin has returned from
visit to her sisters at Norris and Cate<
Miss Rachael Dickenson has returne
from a visit to friends at Easley an
J. T. Gassaway, a prominent liv
stock dealer of Central, was in town c
Pat Jennings is now in Greenvilbc
having accepted a position in the fi
department of that city.
Mrs. J. W. Tribble has returned I
her home in Anderson, after a pleasar
visit to relatives in Pickens.
The U. D. C. met with Mrs. Gar
Hiott last Friday afternoon. A swe<
course with salted nuts was served.
The 'arent-Teachers' association i
called to meet Wednesday, the 14th, a
3 o'clock. Mrs. V. McFall, Presiden1
Mrs. 0. S. Stewart has been confine
to her bed for several lays by sick nesz
but is now reported to be improvin
Miss l'earl Hester enlter taine(l th
junior embroidery club last Saturda
afternoon. Dellghtful refreshment
Messrs. W. H. Chastain and 11. S
Ghy are spending this week in Columbi;
looking up land titles for the Carolin,
Mrs. Frank McFall entertained th(
Entre Nous club last Wednesday. /
delightful af ternoon was spent and dain
ty refreshments served.
There will be an entertainment a
Cedar Rock school February 22, begin
ning at 7.30 o'clock p. m. The publi<
most cordially invited to attend.
W. R. Lynch, a native of Picken
county but now a prominent citizen o
Oconee, was here Tuesday qp busines
connected'with the estate of his fathei
the late G. M. Lynch.
Married, by J. D. Simmons, notai
public, at his residence, Mr. Fred I
Couch to Miss Mattie Cater. May su
cess and happiness attend this your
couple through life.
Miss Sarah Attaway is assisting Cle:
of Court d. S. Stewart in recordia
wvork in the absence of Major Stewna
who has been on the sick list for ti
past two weeks.
Mrs. Sadie Richey Williams has goi
to Gainesville, Ga,.. to spend a few da
before she returns to her home in Te
as. She has been spendling sever
weeks with her mother in Pickens.
Miss Elinor Knight delight fully e
tertained the TIattlers in her mm
room at the gradled school building i
Thursday afternoon. Green and whi
charlotte russe and wafers were serve
WV. R. Fuller dliedl suddenly at Centi
on February 8. His death was a grc
shock to his family and many frien<
He was about 60 years old1 and leaves
wvife and five children. May God bh
There were over one hundred and f
dleedls recordedl in the clerk of cour
oflice during the month of Januam
which showvs there must be some life
the real estate business in Picke
| J. Harvey Chapman of Six Mile w
a v'isitor at the county seat Tuesday a
reports thec health of his section il
proving, after a siege of measles wvhi
ha:s been in that section. There wve
over fifty cases at one time in the tot
of Six Mile.
At a conference of the members
the P'ickens Baptist church held Sund
it was decided to build a new chur,
house to cost not less than $6,000
more than $10,000. It will be built <
the main street lot owned by the churc
but it will be some time before wol
wvill begin on it.
Ben 'T. McDaniel got one ankle spraina
andl the other one knockedl out of pla
Tuesday morning, February 6, when tI
horse which he was dIriving ran awa,
causing Mr. McDaniel to jump from tI
buggy just as he thought it was turi
ing over'. Mr. McDaniel is well knovi
all over the county andl has many friena
who hope to see him out in a few day
lHe recently moved from Pickens to tU
John T. Lewis home place near Sunsa
and was about a mile from home whe
the accident happened. Hlis injuric
are monding rapidly. The horse wi
only slightly "skinned up" and n<
badl hurt, but the buggy was damage
I Notices insertett in is coliunn for one cent a
Word for firatainsertion lndi one-half cent ia word
- for each bubsuiequent insetrtin.
Eleven Ilundatlred 'ilfty buys it
good 40-acre farm six miles from Green
ville, S. C. A three-room house and
some other improvements. One-half
cash, balance to suit your convenience.
Write A. F. Green. Goldsboro, N.C. 41
F)oun d- A bunch of keys and a shoe
huttoner on the public roal near J., D.
Holder's residence, last week. Owner
may get same by describing them and
a paying for this advertisement. Call at
The Sentinel oflice. 42
AlI Per.Aoea% who have entered the
contest for prizes olfered by us for wheat
d growing wll please send us in their
d names and postoflice addresses by March
1. Anderson Phosphate & Oil Company,
Anderson, S. C. 43
All PIermnvs are hereby warned
n not to harbor, hire or in any way aid
my wife, Jane Lesley, who left home
without cause. Judge Lesley. 41
Wani.. ted - Re>resentatives to solicit
e life, accident and health insurance for
one of the largest and most favorably
known companies. Ex perience valuable,
o but ma' earn while you learn. Reference
it required. Box 3-19, Anderson, S. C. 41
Few thousand dollars to loan on real
estate. If interested please call at once.
y McSwain & Craig, attorneys, Pickens.
106 Is the lucky number.
1 . If the holder of this
lnutubr, given away by us, will
t bring the coupon to our store
he will receive a $4.00 Atkins
Silver Steel Hand Saw absolutely
free. Pickens Hardvare -Md
call "o all christ in people for the
observancv of Suniay, Fehru-ary 18, as
a day of prly'e for the president and
congres. a11( all people engaged in war,
has been is-nued, and in complying with
the request Paistor lodges will hold a
I special -ervice at the Pickens Methodist
I church next Sunday morning. Every
body has a cordial invitation to attend.
'The progressive firm of Folger, Thorn
ley & Co. have recently had an extra
telephone put in their store for the ben
efit of grocery customers. It's No. 66.
This firm has also just installed two of
the latest pattern cash registers, which
not only enable the clerks to serve cus
tomers quicker, but make mistakes
harder to make. They are wonderful
machines. Call and ask them to show
you how they work.
J. B. Felton, superintendent of edu
cation of Anderson county, J. T. Edge,
secretary of Anderson college, and Mr.
Miller of Anderson, were in Pickens
,y, Monday in the interest of the teachers'
summer school to be held at Anderson
. college next summer, beginning June 12
C- and continuing five weeks. This is in
g tended to be a summer school for the
teachers of Oconce, Pickens, Greenville,
Greenwood, Abbeville, McCorm i c k,
Laurens and Anderson counties and in
k dications nowv point to a large attendance.
t. Sydney Bruce has resigned as assist
ant state bank examiner and accepted
the position as cashier of the Citizens
Ban kof Seneca. He entered u >Onl his
new duties last Friday. We all regret
Cto see him leave Pickens and he carries
a wvith him the best wishes of many friends
x- here and elsewhere. 'Tho quite a young
ail man Mr. Bruce is fully qualified and
equipppedi for his new work. Hei is a
graduate ofl Davidson college, has served
for quite awhile as assistant bank ex
n- amniner andl has much native ability, he
ie sides being a line fellow in every other
strespect, andl the people of' Seneca will
like him. Hie is a son of Mr. andl Mr's.
to J. McD). Bruce of' [ickens.
ANOTHER WOMAN TELLS
. How Vinol Made Her Strong
aIBeallsville, Ohio.-"I wvishi all nr
vous, gveak, run-downi women could
Shave Vimol. 1 was so run-down'i, weak
and( nervous I could not sleep. Every
thing I ate hurt me, and the medicine
ty 1. lad takenx "d me no good. I de
L' cided to try \ inol, and before long I
could eat aaaything T wanted and could
y,~ sleep all igh~t. Now I am well and
in strong, and in~ better health thtan I
ns have becen for years.--Mrs. Axx.x
31 i.IsoN, Reallsv ilIle, Oh io.
\\e guarantee Vinol for all ruan-down,
vaslea and dIebilitated conditions.
ni Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S.C.; also
-at the leadling drug stores in all South
- Carolina towns.
r for 1917, tells about the best
and gives special information as to
d the best crops to grow, both for
e profit and home use.
~e 'U'he large increase in our busi
ness which we have again experi
'enced during the past year is the
e best of evidence as to the high
- quality of
3. Write for catalog and prices of
0 Grass and Clo~ver Seeds, Seed
~t Potatoes, Seed Oats or any
n Farm Seeds required.
* Catalog mailed free on request.
tT.W.WOOD &z SONS,
d SEEDSMtEN, - Richmond, Va.
S5-lb. Box I
Ticket with every cash pu
R. E. Lewis, Ph
+.-!M!+M-'-++.z.. * H-4--..
Shortage of Empi
September, 1916 ...........
October, 1916 ................
December, 1916 (estinIatt
January, 1917, not annoi
But larae shippers say condji
they are now. Under ordiiary'
considerable delay in getting
- lizer season. but this year wh
- handicapped with an unparalle
ation may grow to be very seri<
you to order out your fertilize
that the sacks (to not rot anytlh
(lid a year so ago.
Better order early; (elays ar
:: W. F. FARMER
IlME TABLE NO. 13, SUPERCE
IN EFFECT MAl
No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 Dis. Static
7.30 A.m 11.00 Am 2.5i P. Lv. (1 Picke
7.35. " 11.05 " 3.00 ," 1 Fergi
7.45 " 11.15 " 3.10 "5 Pars<
7.50 " 11.20 " 3.15 "' 7 Aria!
8.0 " 11.30 " 3.20 "8 t i i
8.05 "11.25 " 3.25 " Ar. 9.3 Easke
x No agent.
No. 1 connects w ithl Southern
Nos. 3 anld 4 conntect w'ith Southeri
12. Nos. 5 and ; connect with Sc
Express handled byv the Pickens Ra
information apply to J. T, T1AY
XOUR first impression of
Sits CLEANLINESS. Th<
sine bag in which each ga
tees absolnte freedom from
handling. You are further r
itself. You recognize QUA]
strong fabric, in the high gra
character of the facings, in the
b)uttonholes and in the big, ha
To men andl women, as wvell
the snug fit and wvonderful e~
revelation. Smooth and suppi
comfortable. It gives with ey
but never stretches out of shai
tion. Wherever strD in come:
ment. Not a weak place frorr
The snug-fitting collar and sk
and ankle-hugging cuffs; thi
size armholes; the rip-proof s
are among the many desirat
which make Germ-Pruf the ch
the one underwear whIch Y(
you see it.
Conme and inspect this line.
fit for every member of yomi
rchase of 5c and up 6
.................. ( 0,000
ions were never 0 bead as
conditions there is usuall v
3hipmets during the ferti
en we go into the season
led car shortaO (e,. the situ
aus. So we enarnestly urge
r at once. You wil1 find
ine like" as badly as they
and Oil Company,
DING TIME TABLE NO. 12
.CH 21, 1915.
n. No.2 No.4 No.
sAr .20 A. 12.00 P. 4.10lP.n
ISOnl x .156 1.55 " 4.05 "
ns8 x 8.05 " 1.50 "3.55"
s x 8.55 ". 1.45 " 3.45 "
x 8.50 " .2 " 3.40 "
y Lv. .45 "3".5"
Railway trainj Nos. 29 and 42
Railway trains Nos. :39 and
uithern Ry. tramn No. 11. All
ii road com-ipanyv. For fu rt.her
L~OR. Supt., Pickens, 5, 0.
Glerm -Prut Underwear
transparent, sealed, glas
trent is packed guaran
~ermns. dlust, exposure and
pressed by the underwear
~ITY in the fine, soft,
de workmanship, in the
"stitched'' and "stayed"
-dsomie pearl buttons..
as to the younger folk,
asticity of Germ-Pruf is a
e as your own skin and as
ery movement of the body
>e. No binding, no irrita
there's ample reinforce
neck to ankle.
oulders; the wrist-clinging
reinforced crotch; full
cams and gussets-these
ic and exclusive features
oice of particular people
)U will adopt as soon as
We guarantee a perfect
family and satisfactory