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EXTRA EARLY CORN
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALUM, Prop. & ilgr.
Plhone No. 8
Ilhe Pace to Get Most
I am still selling the most goods for the least money
and paying tho highest price for contintry produce ot all
My spring and summer goods are here anl the stock M
is the hest and most complete I have ever shown.
I have also added a nice line of ladies' hats to my stock
and invite the ladies to call and inspect them. (Jan save
Just received another car load of furniture, and prices
are always right.
Bring me your country produce. I am paying 21c a
pound in trade for hams, 12c a pound for hens, '25c a
pound for butter, and the highest market price for all M
It will pay you to see
J. W. HENTVRICKS1
An herbal compound that has beei ised for years as a
favorite prescription by a well-known physician and
devised to assist nature in keeping the nerves steady
and the body vigorous.
When you fail to observe the natural laws Kalatone
will assist in bringing you back into conlition where
nature can continue good work.
Sold on absolute guarantee-if it fails to satisfy it
costs you nothing.
Nyal Quality Store '
R. E. Lewis, Ph. G., Prop.
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Try An Advertisement in The Sentinel
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. Hagood
Bruce, April 4, a daughter.
Mrs. J. M. Stewart visited her sister,
Mrs. Floyd, in Greenville last week.
Mrs. Bruce Hagood of Easley spent
Monday in Pickens with relatives.
Misses Florence Bowen and Vesta
Ashmore spent Monday in Greenville.
The sale conducted by the Baptist
Ladies' Aid society last week was a
great success, the proceeds amounting
Dr. A. A. Odom, the well-known
Greenville optician, will be at the Keo
wee Pharmacy in Pickens next Friday,
The Parent-Teachers' association will
hold a meeting at the school house
Wednesday afternoon, April 11, at 3
The local W. C. T. U. will meet
Thursday afternoon of this week at
3:30 o'clock with Mrs. T. R. Allen. All
members urged to attend.
The collection for the anti-saloon
league, at the Methodist church the
first Sunday, was $256.30, instead of
$56.30 as stated last week.
The ladies of Grace M. E. church will
conduct a spring sale in Pickens, April
20. They will also serve dinner at the
same time. Everybody invited.
County Demonstration Agent T. A.
Bowen will take pleasure in assisting
any of the farmers of the county in
procuring Soy and Velvet beans for
The Entre Nous club met last Wed
nesday afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Val
ley and a most delightful afternoon was
spent. Fruit salad, tea and wafers
Rev. Henry Stokes, pastor of the
Clinton Methodist church, will preach
at the Pickens Methodist church next
Sunday morning at 11.15 o'clock and at
night at 8 o'clock. Everybody invited.
At a meeting of the newly elected city
fathers of Pickens, held Tuesday night
of last week, the new mayor and coun
cilmen were sworn in, and Ernest Alex
ander was elected mayor pro tem and
city clerk. H. A. Nealey was re-elected
chief of police.
Rev. D. M. Ramsay will preach at
Montvale school house the fourth Sun
(lay afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Dr.
Ramsay is one of the leading Baptist
ministers of the South and every one
who has the opportunity should hear
Pickens chapter U. D. C. will meet
-next Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the school house. This will be an im
portant meeting and all members are
urged to attend. Oflicers will be elect
ed. All who have not paid their dues
are asked to attend this meeting pre
paredI to pay them.
Corporal Reuben W. McClanahan,
who has just returned from the Mexican
camp~aign with the 17th Infantry of the
U. S. regular army, has been on a few
(lays' visit to his pan-ents near Liberty.
IHe returned Monday to his duty at Fort
!McPherson, wvhere his company is nowv
In the Pickens county girls' expres
sion contest held at Easley Friday night,
first place was awarded to Lois Evatt
of Easley, second place to Clara Bal
longer ot Central, and third place to
Valeria Posey of Liberty. Other speak
ers wvho did wvell were Evelyn Farr,
Reunion; Ollie Mae Durham, Six Mile;
Annie Gravley, Pickens; Lola Baker,
Norris; Nannie Ponder, Dacusville. An
unusually large crowd attended the con
'The Caveny Company will be the next
lyceum attraction for Pickens and will
be at the school house next Tuesday
night, April 17. This will be the last
lyceum number for Pickens thiis season,
as the attractions are so late getting
here the local promotors have cancelled
all other engagements. Those who
have paid for season tickets wvill get al
Mrs. Dora Dee Walker, assistant
home demonstration agent, will visit1
Pickons county A pril 13 and 14. She
svill address the women and girls on the
subject of True Patriotism During the
Crisis, Miss Mauldin has arranged the
following schedule for the meetings:
At Pickens school, Friday morning, 9
o'clockc; Oolenoy, Friday afternoon at
2 o'clock; Dacusville the same after
noon at 4 o'clock ; Easley, Saturday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock.
nY ou ometo own FoR
Hobbs -Henderson Co
Are always ready with their Big Stock of Goods to
give you just what you want.
IeSd all the new things are to be
..found here. We are better
equipped to serve you in this Department than we
ever have been before.
Gents F rAsk some of the boys
11B (gs that buy their furnish
ings from us. One time sold and then a permanent
Men's Hats. A beautiful assortment of Men's
' and Boy's Felt and Straw Hats.
Come and look them over.
Men's and Boys' (1thin Come an d
b see the suits :
we are selling at $10, $12.50 and $15, for men. Style I
Plus Suits, $17 the world over. They are beauties. T
If you want a nice, nobby suit see the Style-Plus
Suits. Bring the boy, we have a Suit for him too.
In Boys' Suits prices range from $2.50 to $10.
Vii our Millinery Department
Never before have we been prepared so well as
we are now to sell you Hats. All the latest styles
and a large stock to select from. Come to see us.
PICKENS, S. C.
TIlE UNIVE RSAT4 CAlR
Have been built and actually delivered to retail buyers since August 1, 1916.
These figures-320,817--represent the actual number of cars manufactured by
ussinee August 1st, 1916, and delivered by our agents to retail buyers.
This unusual fall and winter demand for Ford cars makes it necessary for us to
Sconfine the distribution of cars only to those agents who have orders for imme- I
diate delivery to retail customers, rather than to permit any agent to stock
cars in anticipation of Later sprmng sales.
We are issuing this notice to intending, buyers that they may rotect them
selves agamnst-.delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If, theref ore
you are planning to purchase a Ford car, we advise you to place your order and '
take delivery now.
Immediate orders will have prompt attention.
Delay in buying at this time may cause you to wait several months.
Enter your order today for immediate delivery with oum authorized Ford agent
listed below and don't be disappointed later on.
Ford Motor Company
PRICES: Runabout $345, Touring Car $360, ptrit.$505
Pickens Auto Company
Phone No. 7/ 'Pickens, S. C.