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Neitles nrteprtvi ito thIA eolurn for sone r,,ent
word for first limilrtaon f ri e-half cient a Wor
for eaii lubtse'ieit rinsertiin.
Por aiii oill evelan Ju Ikd Go tto
Seed, select.ed. These seed produce
at year 3950 pounds seed cottxn on les
than three acres. Craig Bros. (cs.
Lon.t or M3Insp afwd -Somewher<
in Pickens about February J, a large
walking stick, crooked handle, snall
white-colored knots all over it, very
highly prized. Finder please return to
J. C. .Jenr ~- at Pickens pontoffice.
Waat. 30) cords of first clss
stove wood, 4-foot length, at $2.75 a
cord. l'ickern Mill.
For a4le--At a bargain, usi ear .
Among the lot one F'orl roadst,:r ard
one touring J9,16 Ino)de]1ls, ad in first
class order. A fortunat- contraict en
ables met t,> mel "lavohine Motor Oil,'
at lensg thjan trnanmuaturers pirices. It Cm
highest clans. NoPengine troubbl if yoi
une "'Ilavoline. "f W. If. li arris, prop.
For mP4r0. - One-horm wayonoi and
iarr-i s and it few farmirig t>ols. Mil
ton W ynn1t, l'iek(!ro It 1- 46
g411 .41 'a :aaera paiiarter of a
Irile of city lirnits . (;aoel 'i r on houasa ,
two lira placs iawl stiovs lhs, ssilerl,
with l oi rb frontin g jit ,ibert.y rowi,
losfsord new :! s l barto wi I h a lsel on
IIr. sjile, ov ral poiltry homrsiit, yssori
pafIvituir' flooi 1:1a1l inl poed y a is sIa ll f ilti
vatlioah, ' ll wr b s Ii ve'm :1 I. a lir l.at, an es,
awasl toa ,a~ka a g lk lani Will (Iv ' lut
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woori. e aW. II. Chantnin .a1A, M. U.
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Fq w lhosamli lar s, st) lan oia real
Isa. I f iats rstI- ri- ( ieI c I l ail ao .
MNSwailn , Craiw, atltona'asy, P'ickens.
Pays 25c a Month
for Perfect Health
Fo r 111 yearna, 1. A. Littl. l1411inn sier,
Alu. tihat In 26f, a u ntlh tAkAi in ver
f ito , halthi. Iiquil w hat he uny in
"I deseto l r %4,11 rermy il onr ner Lower
t e aio r sI)late ri ... It o auy r r noer 1 Ina rol
a 'niplama. 4114 will c:5a5 sifly case off i111[lgffs~
lo1151w,.. W1. 1 1.a I S is to lSa e I., I lir
fiwtioo I r u l tvaig Slip h 11-i mm-Pa. Sw I 11tli'yl np
aou I nut be anhl la t r thia g."
Is strictly vegetablu, non-alcohollfic prop.
rattilt)i fill Io n ihly recommon dil for aek
hin0aarbl Ie. find lgestion. bhllouianenasann and All
"0a1anncilt mil liver coma inIntnaa. Yoardirug.
iaInt an-im iuplia y youti.--2tN a Ix.
Grander Mindicinn Co., Chellanooda, Tawn.
I lave beu built and( actu
These figures 320,817
Sus'since August 1st, 1.91
ilThis unusual fall and wir
con()Ifine the distr'ibtionl ()
(iate delivery to reCtai etc
car's inl antiefpation of hat
We are issuing~ this nlotic<
selves again1st-.delay or' di
* you are planning to purecl
take dehlvery\ no)w.
Q lwnI ediate ordercis will ha
Delay in buying at this ti
Enter' your orderi today fc
listed below and~ don't be
Phone No. 7
Is. M. Smith preached at Concorr
1 church ait Sabbath morning.
Miss Florence Bowen has been visit
ing relatives at Liberty and Calhoun.
James Edenm, well-known traveling
Ralesrnen, visited friends here this week.
E. M. Holding, a good citizen of Six
Mile, was at the county seat on busi
Miss Thlnma Lewis of E'asley spent
last week-end with her sister, Mrs. J.
E. oggs, Jr.
.Ars. F. M. Miles of Greenville is on
ar extended visit to Mrs. T. J. Mauldin
Mrs. It. G. Medlin of Central spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor I.
A taxipsyer same into the auditor's
offire rs,(eitly ard returned oni. dog too
old to piay f fix On.
Miss J'luliiue Towfn("4 of route 5 is
spserdinrgl this wesek at. the hofrn of her
unc-s, Auditor Townws, in 'iekens.
flurry Itobirson, who is attendinv
J'i#rhlnssst colIfe at I)errort-st, Ga., was
itf. horsn in.t Satuerday and Sunday.
Mlr~s. .1. 1'. Carsy, Jr , has returned
Frors) 'oi liill, whrie she represented
thie W. Ml ; of thw l'ickens Methodist
choireh at, tObe stat.e nieeling.
Mis''s Ella Lewis aind] Florence Stew
art. (if Pickesr were the guests of Misses
I o ise and Annie Gravley for the week
Miss Cora Porter is at home from
Itork liill, convideseing after having
her tonrsils removed by Ir. Carpent er
.1. I,. MooN ard grirasnlson, Thurman
Imooper, have returned froin i visit to
rlbit.ivvs in Georgi. Mr. Moon also
visited his fil-rml inl that. state.
Wante4 A good. sArong self-kickinjg
nachine; one (of those kind like you
have seen pictured in tofLeOadvertise
lnents. Apply it 'Th(! Sentinel oflice.
Floy, it daughter of Joe Gowans, i
res~pected negro living on Mr. .JeIT liol
der's place, lied Sunday morning, Murel
II . She was If years old.
)r. T. A. Seitwright and John It
Cra itre in Greenwood represientinj
the "Keowe Citip it. the stat-e meetin
of' Wondmrien of the World.
Te Ickens Township Singing co
Vention will meet next Sunday after
noon itt 2 o'(lIodck with Concord church
X'veryhody invited to come and brin
Many interested people attended th
milliiry operninigs at Pickens last wee
apo nany msost fatvorable expresHiori
Were heard albout the new milliner
shown here this seison.
I NIv EInsAI L
ally dleliveed to retail buyei
r'epresen t the actual nminber
,and delivered by owr agent:
ter' demandfl( for lIord car's mi
I car's only to those agents wv
ist onmers, rather than to p.
er' spring sales.
Sto intendIing buIyer's that
sapp~ointmenlt inl securing 14N
tase a Word car', wve adlvise yt
ve prlomlpt attention.
me may cause you to wvait Sc
1' imlmediiane delivery with 01
disappointed later on.
~tunnbou)1.t $345, 'Touring Car' $3(10, Coupa
l'ow~niQar $595, sedan $64t5, f: is. b. D~et
G. A. Ellis of Pickens is agent f<
several well-known brands of fertilize
and will be glad to have his friends si
him when they need anything in th
The W. M. S. of the Methodist chur<
I will hold its re ular monthly meeting i
the home of Mrs. T L. Bivins ne;
Friday afternoon promptly at 4 o'cloc]
All members are urged to be present.
The municipal election for the City(
Pickens will be held Monday, April '
A mayor and six councilmen will I
chosen. So far two are announced ft
mayor. See announcements in anothe
Next Sunday, the 26th Dr David N
Rarmsay, pastor of the Aickens Bapti.
church, will speak at the Montval
school house at 3:30 o'clock in the aftei
noon, provided the weather is favorabl
Fverybody is invited.
The Calhoun-Clemson school won
prize of forty dollars for making th
greatest improvements in school hous
and grounds of any school in Picken
county last year. The money is give
by the state and was awarded last weelk
There will be an institute of th
northern division of the W. M. U. hel
in the First lBaptist church, Greenvill(
on the 6th and 7th of April. All wh
expect to attend should send thei
narnes at once to Miss Lou Tindal, 1R
Rutherford street, Greenville.
We understand that the establist
rmtcrmi of a ladies' rest room for Picker
is practically assured. All ladies intei
ested in the establishment of a re,
roon here are asked toi meet at t+
horrme of Mrs. Gary liiott Thursds
afterrioon at 4 o'clock.
Frank .Jennings, son of Mr. and Mr.
.1. C. J.ennings of Pickens, was badl
injured in a railroad wreck near She
mnan, Texas, February 20, getting h
shoulder blade and an ari broken, b
sides being very badly bruised up. M
Jenning is si a I reighL conductor and I
homefl is at 1ort. Worth, Texats.
Mr. and Mrs. Will I erry spent, Tue
day of last week in l'ickens it the honi
of Dr and Mrs. .1. L Valley. Mr
lierry is pleisantly known here as Mi
Fredda I i ghes of Oconee county at
was recen tly married to Mr. lBerr
'lhev were on their way to Monett, M(
where they will make their futu
A DELICATE CHILD
Made Strong By Our Vinol
Fayetteville, N. C.-"My little daug
ter was in poor health, delicate at
so weak it made us very uneasy.
heard about Vinol and decided to try
and the results were marvelous; i
iipetite improved, she gained in weigl
and is now one of the heaithiet childr
in town. Mothers of delicate childr
Abould try Vinol." -3N1 as.UoauoNJEssu
Vinol is a constitutional reme
which ereateis an appetite, aidtai
gestfoti and makes pure, healthy bloi
l children love to take it. Try it
. Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S.C ; a
y at the leading drug stores in all Soi
s since August 1, 1916.
of car's manuftactur'ed by
a to retail buyers.
ikes it nlecessar'y for us to
ho haVe ordersl' for ime
rmit aniy agent to stock
they may protect them
rd( cars. if, theref ore, g
ui to place your' ordIer and '*
11r authorized Ford'( agent I
Pickens, S. C.
)r Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hagood of Eas
rs ley spent a short time the first of the
,e week with friends in Pickens.
Mr. Carey Withdraws
ra .hereby withdraw from Mar
ra197 JAS. P. CAR Y, R.
March 19, 1917.
Announcement For Mayor
C. L. CURETON is hereby announced
as a candidate for Mayor of Pickens
C subject to the rules and regulatiops of
r the approaching municipal election.
I hereby announce for the Mayorship
of the City of Pickens, subject to the
t rules, regulations and laws governing
e municipal elections in this state, and
agree to abide the result thereof.
EBB H. FIELD.
We have another solid car of
Columbus Wagons on hand.
There is no wagon to equal the
Columbus when it comes to
quality and light running. Sold
by Pickens Hardware & Grocery
A splendid and con
so much in demand jus
what we believe to be t
that we have ever assei
In the Millinery Sa
some of the most smari
Scountry have ever exhil
make it really worth yc
A cordial invitatior
/ which will be conducte(
When your cash pu
I your railway fare up to
be refunded from 40 to
When your p)urchas
both ways up to 60 mil<
Ask for the refund
In some peculiar and unknown way
Mrs. J. L. 0. Thompson of Pickens lost
twelve geese, five ducks, two turkeys
and a rooster last Saturday night. lii
these fowls were found dead in the cow
lot Sunday morning, except the five
ducks, which have completely dieap
eared, leaving no trace. Each fowl
Eore a wound and it is supposed that
dogs did the killing.
First-class car, careful driver
the very best service vossihle,
and reasonable charges. When
you want a public service auto
mobile see me.
EDWIN EARLE, Pickens.
J. 3. McSWA IN -SAM I1.CRAJQ
Greenvill S. C. Pickens, S. .
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
n Connection Wii
1plete showing of the season'
now. In the ready-to-wear
he finest collection of Suits,(
ion, the spirit of Spring is in i
and chic models the leading n
>ited. A truly wonderful and
ur while to investigate.
is extended to all to visit u
I from Thursday, March 22nd,
rchases during Fashion Week
40 miles will be refunded bot]
60 miles when your purchases
es amount to $50.00 or more,
book and have each purchase
On a few staples, such as Sugar,
Coffee, Lard, Flour and Feed.
Will make special prices on the
above till January 1.
Car Cotton Seed Meal, car of
Shorts, car of Feed Oats, car of
Sweet Feed and a car of Hay,
and another car of Salt on the
way. Come In and see if we
have got what you want, or call
Phone No. 36.
Morris & Company,
Old Postoffice Building.
Phone No. 36
Bed your corn land with a
Walter A. Wood Disc Harrow.
It will save you time and labor.
Sold by Pickens Hardware and
newest modes that are
section we are showing
Joats, Dresses and Skirts
he air. Here are seen
iillinery designers of this
artistic showing that will (
3 during Fashion WeekCL
to Saturday, March 24th,
tmount to $25.00 or morel
1i ways, or one way wvill
total $25.00 or more.
rour fare wvill be refunded