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anel, Liquid Gold, Pur
Umber, Burnt U mnbe
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brains and skill produw
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lIME TABLE NO. 13, SUP
IN EFFECT I
No.1 o. 3 No. 5 Dis.
7.30 A.m 11.00 Am 2.5 P. lav. 0
7.35 " 11.05 " 3.00 1
7.45 " 11.15 " 3.10 ")
7.50 " 11.20 " 3.15 " 7
8.00 " 11.30 " 3.20 " 8
8.05 " 11.25 " 3.25 " Ar. 9.3
x No agent.
No.1 connects with Soti
Nos. 3 and 4 connect with Sou
12. Nos. 5 and 6 connect wit
Express handled by the Picker
iiformation apply to J. T.'
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Solid Car ol
and want y
see what w
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Nyals Face Cream
Nyals Face Powdei
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no No. 8
ERCEDING TIME TABLE NO. 12
JARCH 21, 1915.
Stations. No.2 No.4 No.6
Pickens Ar 0.20 A. 2.00 P . 10 p.
Ferguson x 9.15 1. 6 4.05
Parsons x .05 " .0 3.
Arialis x .55 1.45
t- i 1.32 3.x.0
Easley Lv. 0.45 1.33 " 3.35
Iern Railway train Nos. 29 and .12
thern Railway trains Nos. 39 and
11 Southern Ry. train No. 11. All
s Railroad colipany. For further
PAYLOR, Supt., Pickens, S, C.
Rummmm mm m
.st received a
cu to call and
e have before
IS CO., Pickens
Corns, - 35c
oth Paste, - 50c:1
Syrup, - 25c j
Castor Oil, 15 & 25c ~
Oil made) -
,25 and 50c
,- 25 and 50c
Ph. G., Prop.
itinel Brings Resn1ts
PE R SO)NAI
. J~i. . u m
h"Cr e IIs
.::e dasy ast wed.N to' 6gah Forest. N
C .o take Mrs . .M. Lynch to hei
'n l.ce. with whon she will make hei
R. F. Bruce has the agency here foi
a wel-known brand of fertilizer anc
wou!d be glad to have his old customer.
cal on him at Hobbs-Henderson's store
o; at the Keowee Bank.
M1r. and Mrs. John B. Craig and Col.
C. . Cureton of Pickens attended the
inauguration of President Wilson in
Washington Monday. Mr. and Nlrs.
Craig also visited Baltimore and other
markets, where he went to but new
goods for Craig Bros. Co.
W. Edd Bowen of near' Pickens has
been selected as Furman University's
representative at the state oratorical
contest which will be held at Rock lill
next month. He won first place over
five opponents. Mr. B6wen is a son of
Mr. Reese Bowen, one of our best
k'nown citizens, and is one of the most
promising students who ever attended
The Pickens County Singing conven
tion will meet with Griffin church the
second Sunday, and Saturday before, in
April. There seems to have been some
misunderstanding about the date of the
meeting, but this is correct. Remem
ber the time and make your arrange
ments to attend what is expected to be
the best meeting in the history of the
We have been asked to anifounce that
there will be no meeting of the Pick.
ens County Interdenominational Sunday
Scho6l Association held at Pickens nexi
Saturday, March 10. A meeting was tc
have been held here that day, but fol
some reason it has been called off
Meetings will be held at Norris Marci
8 and at Carmel Presbyterian churc1
Two weeks ago Van Chappell put
Special Notice in The Sentinel, advei
tising 100 bushels of corn for sale, an
.wanted the notice to appear two weeki
Last week he notified us that the fir:
time the notice was printed it sold all h
corn for him, and it wouldn't be nece:
sary to run it any more. It paysi
advertise-if you advertise in The Set
D)uring the electrical storm last We<
nesdlay evening lightning struck a co
barn belonging to B. D). Lathem of tU
Mt. Carmel section, setting fire to
andl completely destroyed the barn ar
all his roughness, besides k illing a youn
cowv. Mr. Lathemn and a negro ma
were in the barn when it was struc
and the negro was severely shocket
but Mr'. Lathem was uninjured. Thre
bales of cotton under the shed of U1
barn were damaged b~y the fire.
lion. Jl. .J. McSwain of Greenvil
adldressedl an enthusiastic audience<
about 100 farmers in the court hou:
here Thursday, discussing and explaii
ing the new farm loan act. A fter di
cussion enough members subscribt
enough stock to organize a farm los
association and a temporatry organiz
tion was perfected. It was decided
meet again next Saturday afternoo
March 10. and perfect a permanent o
ganization. Any new members wI
wvish to join should be on hand at ti
courtt house next Saturday.
The gin htouse and ginning mnachinei
of the Pickens Oil Mill Co. wvere desttro
ed by fire about six o'clock Trhursdi
morning. When discoverd the f1am,
had madle too much headway to 1
checked. Origin of the fire is unk now:
but it is thought probable that ti
severe electrical storm just before da;
light Thursday may have caused it, at
butt for the fact that there had been
hard rain and everything was vetry wv
the fir'e would have doubtless spt'ei
considerably. The loss is estimnatedl I
about $10,000, partially covered by ii
suratnce. No plans have yet been t-.at
Covington Hill Cotton an
Corn Planter is the best plante
on the market. We. have
sample planter at our store an,
all who expect to buy this spring
should not fail to see it. Plac<
your order early so we may havy
it filled in time. We do no
keep them in stock, but orde
them out as bought. Picken:
Hardware & Grocery Co.
nien RIP G Ihrlato cough
J -aq sw.---"I am a earjntor,
~a ( tirl y left me with a CUoiO
. worn out and weak.
I t au*. *1 kiwas of vough syrups without
h% 1 rd I Tak ut Vinol and deelded to
*.r' is. twvftv I had taken a bottle I
tet beaer. and afir taking two bottles
my mgh is eiriv cured, and I havo
\'41mi nw iu and energy."--JMIN L.
Vinv is a deligious non-secret tonic
which is guarnteel for coughs, colds
aud truclitis and for all weak, run
lkens P:rug: Co.. lickens, S.C 4 also
at the leado g drug stores in all' outh
Notiee is hereby given that a meeting
.t' the stockholders of the Pickens Oil
Mill Company will be held in the offlice
of the Coin pany at Pickens, South
Carolina. on lFriday. the '40th day of
March, 1917. at 2:00 o'clock p. in., at
which meeting the matter of liquidating,
winding up the affairs, and dissolving
the said Compnany, a corporation under
the laws of the State of SouthCarolir ,
Will be considered and voted on. Stock
holders may attend in person or be rep
resented by proxy, but it is desired that
all stockholders wvho can do so attend in
person. This meeting is called in pur
suance of Sections 2812 and 2813 of the
Code of Laws of South Carolina, Vol
time 1, 1912.
Tl'his 'ebruary 24, 1917.
R. E. BRUCE,
W. F. MAULDIN, Pres. & Treas.
1 ...~S A IN B-I ICRtAIG
Greenvil . . lle u 0.G
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
suit. Special attention given to ladies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
Telephone No. 38
d H. A. DURHAM, ProD.
Pickens, S. C.
~- Four suits cleaned and pressed for $1.
0 I have opened a new Pressing Club in
I- connection with the barber shop next
door to the Keowee Pharmacy and solicit
a share of your patronage.
Our Spring G
Our Spring goo
people of Picken:
ncan be found an
WTe have a ye]
shades are to be
has advanced, yc
SWool Dress C
SSuitings and mnai
G oods are arrivir
Our Ladies' R<
athan it ever has]I
Our M'llinery ]
Miss Nellie Powe
glad to see her m
Watch for om~
||will be made late
The Best I
OF THE POPULARITI
The Anderson Phosphat
Is that-their customers use it year
. know there is nothing better ai
lieve there is anyhing quite as
proof of the gilt edge value o
Blood" goods is the crops made -
"Word to the wise."
We can furnish you with Po
We have Soda for Sale.
Anderson Phosphate and
W. F. FARMER, Sec
Sold at the same price as tl
results are so much better. -"
JOHN C. CAREY AND M. C. SMITI
I Have Had an Exce
During the winter. I still ha
tionally good values in winter w
in order that I may dispoge of
spring goods arrive I am going
prices on all
9 Heavy Weight -Woolen
9 dren's Cloaks, Children
- -- --m
a Ladies' Raincoats, and a
and Ends Too Numerou
Come early so you may get y
. bargains, as I shall only malk
prices up to February 1st. RE
"(atchy" sale, but is only a ir
taking stock and making room :
Trusting that my friends anc
come and see for themselves, I
Yours for Tra(1(
SJ. W. HEIVI
ods are coming in every<(
ir store will be "chock fi
ds. It is our aim to put
3 a class of Merchandise
y large stock of Silks.
found here. Even thout
u will find many good ve
'oods, Waistings, Voiles,
iy other beautiful kinds
Lg every day.
3ady-to-Wear is better 1
een. Don't fail to se<
)epartment will be in
ll. She is here now and v
any friends in Pickens.
Spring Opening. Ann<
Pickens, 5. C.
t ammmmmm - pp -
& Oil co.'
after year. They
id they don't be
good. The best
f this "Fish and
when it is used. -
te others, but the
rord to the wise."
I, Agents, Pickens.
ve some excep
eight gooIs, and
ame before my
to make special
Goods, Chil- m
s Raincoats, n
Lot of Odds a
s to Mention n .
our share of the
e these special
!member, this is
aking ready for
'or spring goods.
lay and be- i
211" of nice
as good as
All the new
t'h the price
ilues in this
a the new
rill be very