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Running. Will make more
any other you can plant. 1
it will pay you.
15c a pint;
J. N. HALLU
Wade Revis Killed
By "Bub" Rampey
A a result of a difficulty between U.
J. (Bub) Rampey and Wade H1. Revis
near Ruhamah church last Saturday,
Revis is dead and Rampey is in the
Pickens jail charged with the killing.
Particulars of the affair are hard to
get, but it seemis that as Ramnpey was
going oine from Liberty, where he
had carried a wagon load of wood, he
met Revis. who was driving to Liberty
in his buggy. According to Rampey's
statement he says he stopped Revis and
told him that he had heard that he
(Revis) had been cursing him. One
word lead to another and Rampey says
that Revis got out his knife and ad
vanced to the side of his wagon, when
he picked up a wagon standard and hit
Revis on the head. The blow fractured
the skull and the injured man was taken
to the Greenville hospital. An opera
tion was performed, but he died Tues
day night. An inquest will be held
Both men lived in the same com
munity below Liberty and are well
known. They have many friends, bear
good reputations and this is said to have
been the first trouble either ever got
into. B)th are married and have fam
Mr. Rampey has enga.ged Carey &
Carey to defend him and his trial will
likely come up in court next month.
Ralph Gilstrap is at home from Pied
mont College, Demorest, Ga.
H . l~\iiAIMAN & COM1'A\NY
say the indic ations are cott
next tw.o years at least,
you can on the land you have an cot
fine pic wi~ ll not l ast alwa. C
ent prices aind may betomet more
price of all foodstuffs Labor is.
late to increase your aereage much,
increasing your fertilizer and by si
far the cheapest way to increase y
less than any commo~dity* a farmei
dressing cotton and corn pays bett<
the growing crop gets i t all. We a
tertilizer, heavily charged with soc
of this crop requireth haste. We
Anderson and $41i.50 when it is sh
sack of this, costing you $1.10 or
will increase the money yield of yc
on anything. ltut it should he ap
- We don't advoente the use of
cotton growing so long it will not
at any time betweeni May 25 and
any fc rtilizer' you use. You only a
nurse it and make a good oneit r
once during the cr0op acason; feed
stands dry weather better, baeau
hands on your place and every hiea
p- cows--will standl adverse uonditi<
But be suire to feed your <-rop
cotton will make a bet terl staple.
at the gin, ias it makes more lint t<
the fertilizer.. lExperienced ginanei
seed cotton that has been side-dre.
l,f100 pounds that has not been side
There is more lint to the seed.
Labor ist too scarce and the senson
but you can increase your crop byi
be rich in nitrogent for quick at
Side-dress liberally and apply ear
for every dollar it costa.
beans to amount of land than
L little work to stick them, but
.25c a quart
U-, Prop. & Wor.
Local Notes From Easley
The baseball team from Piedmont met
defeat at the hands of the Glenwood
mill team. Score, 20 to 10.
A. Cannon. with a force of convicts,
ii repairing the road and bridges near
Kay's mill on Georges Creek.
P. H. Sellers, who suffered a stroke
of paralysis here Saturday night, is re- I
covering. His right side was affected.
Born, to Dr. and Mrs. L. L. Jameson,
the 17th inst., a fine boy, John Hal
Jameson. Also, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
A. Wyatt, on the 14th inst., a fine girl.
Dr. John II. Wallace, who recently
located in Easley for the practice of I
medicine, was called to colors last
Wednesday and left on train 29 Thurs
day to report in Atlanta. He will I
probably he sent to France as a surgeon.
W. H. Hand of Columbia made a force
fil address at the closing of Easley t
high school last Thursday evening. Fol
lowing are the names of these who
graduated: May Bess Campbell, Sadie I
Ballentine, Annie Hinton, Vivian Hen- I
drix, Marie Hiott, Ellie Robinson, Zoa
Oates, Deborah Mauldin, Aleen Wyatt
Margaret Wyatt, Christine Walker, 1)
Robert Sellers, Oree Parish, Ned Wil
hams, Lyman Williams, Frank Wyatt, t
Willis Watkins and Perry Smith.
The following invitations have been
Mrs. Ben Craig Baker '
requests the honor of your presence o
at the marriage of her daughter .
Mr. -James Douglas Yongne
Wednesday morning, June the sixth
one thousand nine hundred and seventeen y
at seven-thirty o'clock
Pickens, South Carolina
Owing to a shipment of paper not 1
getting here on time, The Sentinel is
delayed in publication this week.
,(ottoni Merchants in New York, M
on will sell for a fine p)rice for the a
you wvant to make all the cotton
ton while the price is good. These C
rn is also a Profitable crop at pres
protitable on account of' the high .
too searce and the spr-ing was too
but you can increase your crop by
le-dressing liberally, and that is by
our crop. Fertilizer has advanced B t
uses, and fertilizer used in side- t
:r thain uny fertilizer used, because i
re making a magnificent high-grade r
la to give qluick action, as the busi
sell this goods at $41.00 per ton at
ipped away from Anderson. One
54.15, applied to the acre of cotton,
ur crop more than $10 an acre, and
ig pays better on corn than it does r
plied e'arly, not later than JIune 15,
this goods too tate, as it keeps the
mature and open in time. Applied
[iune 26 andl it will pay better than
nake one crop a year. Feed it and
yu il)sofeasineditays. You feed your mule more tha1
se it is better fed. You and the
d of stock -horses, mules, hogs and
ms better if' well fed. Your crop
the .second time by June 15. Youra
Y'ou will get a better "'turn out''
the seed aind the seedl will pay for I
's will tell you that 1,300 pounda of ~
sed will turn out as heavy a hale as
But apply not later than Jlune 15.t
too late to increase your acreage,
nereasing your fertilizer. It should
~tion., And quick action is needed.
ly. It will pay from $2.50 to $4.00
sphate and Oil
Mrs. . W. T. Griffin spent last weel
md visiting in Greenville.
EverybOdy invited to attend the o
ioldiers' reunion at Pickens June 2.
S. J. Robinson of Liberty route or
vas in Pickens Monday on business.
Van Ellison of the Piekens Mill vi
age is visiting his son in Atlanta, G
The Tattlers were delightfully ente
ained last Friday afternoon by Mi
Miss Alice Thompson has returned 1
ier home in Pickens after spending
nonth in Rock Hill,
Mr and Mrs. Guy -McFall. and. Mil
3essie Robertson visited relatives
Jharlotte last week.
Miss Eva Holcombe of the Mt. Carm
iection spent a day last weck with Mr
B. B. LaBoon in Pickens.
G. W. (aillard, a prominent plant(
)f Liberty route 2, was at the couni
seat on business Saturday.
Carlisle Newton and family hav
noved into their new house, which h
ecently built near Cannon mountain.
J. C. Stewart, R. F. D. carrier o
,entral route 4, and his family, wei
'isitors at the home of father, Robe:
No citizen of Pickens county can a
ord to do without The Sentinel nov
tead this paper over and you will agre
vith us that it is more than we aq
Messrs. R. E. Yongue, W. T. Grili
nd Martin Yongue have returned froi
ardinia, where they have been for tt:
ast six weeks building a residence fa
Rev. .1. T . Mann, the blind preachei
reached a very instructive sermon i
ie Baptist church Sunday night to
Lrge congregation. His subject waF
And the Door Was Shut."
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boggs and sor
J., Jr., of Pickens, Mesdames Joh
'ennell of Greenville and Alice Cochra
f Calhoun were recent spend-the-da
uests of Mr and Mrs. F. 0. Mattisor
There will be an all-day singing E
fountain View church the first Sunda
i June. Everybody invited to con
nd bring song books and well-fille
askets. Prof. R. M. Bolding ar
ther prominent singers will be presen
Our good neighbor, Mrs. J. L. Moo
as our thanks for some of the fine
trawvberries we have ever seen. SI
houghtfully presented us with some<
hose delicious berries last week, son
f which were as large as guinea egg
Simon K irkseg', a well-known color<
itizen, died at his home on Judge fA
Velborn's place, near Pickens, Tuesda;
l ay 15. He was 68 years old and ni
ody remembers ever seeing him wvil
pair of shoes on, as he always woi
oots. Hie leaves a wife and sever
Rev. T. F. Nelson of Central is visi
'g his son'in-lawv and daughter, Mr. ar
irs. P. L.. Boggs, of near Westrminste
tev. Nelson is one of the pioneer Bai
ist ministers of upper Carolina. lHe
he father of Rev. R. W. Nelson, wI
'reached at the First Baptist chur<
any years ago. - Westminster Tribun
J. A. Garrett of Pickens left for h
iome last week after visiting his brot:
r, W. C. Garrett, in Newberry. F
vas a member of the Third infanti
ecently discharged after seeing servi<
>n the border, ie told some interes
ng stories of border life among tI
oldiers.-Newberry Herald and New
.J. P. Carey, Jr., has returned fro
Vashington, where he went as a mer
ecr of the Reform party committee
ce the secretary of war, as explaini
n The Sentinel last week. Mr. Car<
*ays the committee wvas cordially r
eived by the war department officia
md he thinks it accomplished its pu
There are going to be lots of veg
ables, fruit, etc., canned in Picke1
ounty this year, judging by prosei
ndications. Last week The Sentin
ave away about two hundmied gover
nent pamphlets on the subject of ca
ling. We have about one hundr,
more which we will give free to t
first ones calling for them.
The Entre Nous club held a deligl
ful and important meeting with Mi
Isaiah Cox as hostess last Wednesd
afternoon. It was .decided not to d
band the club, gs had been suggest4
buf that the refreshments be mc
Ssimple during the war times. A tenil
Ing salad couree with coffee was sen
by the hostess, ais5ted by her daul
ters. The 'i#mbers of this club hi
also decided to make "comfort bag
for our seldIers,
I Notices Inserted in thit; columnia for one centa
Woyc for firstinvetrion and one-half cent a wordi
for each elubeequeit izsertiou
Preston's Finnts-Sweet Pota
toes, $2.60; Tomatoes, $1.50 and $2.50
per 1000; Transplanted Plants, $1.00 per
d 100.Price list. Fred M. Preston,
Orlando, Florida. 5
For Kale-3 milk cows. W. E. Edens,
'e Jr., Piekens R4. 3
All Personsi4 are notified not to
1. trespass on my land to hunt and fish
under penalty of the bow.
* 4 If. P. HALEY.
- Found-loBetween l'asley and Pick
s ens, an automobile number, 9110. W.
Frank Welborn, Pickens. 4
Founlid-Leather pocketoook near
; Pickens schoolhouse. Call at The Sen
a tinel office, pay for this notice and take
For Sale or ffent--Three nice
is cottages in Pickens- good water and
n orchards. Linwood Land and Invest
nment Co. M. C. Smith. 6
D 'J. Uo1rr. MAIRrIN. .ANo. c. x n .
S. MARTIN & hiENRY
General Practice of Law,
!r . GREENVILLE, S. C.
O tllive Cor. lroarl antl Ni1ain Sts. Phone 401
V. V. COLLINS
Licensed Veterinary Surgeon,
PHONE NO. 145
n E ASLEY. SOUTH CAROLINA
We Will Receive
Th'l i. week two (.ar Oats, one Car
k (loIi, on ar Sveet Feed, one1
(!arf flay. mtn. var Moal. (ne11ar
n H1u101s. "1ne Vaill.
r Nothilin (hea), but coIme il
Und We will be lad to talk it
over vith you.
Morris & Company,
Phone No. 36-Use It
It v l
S: We are now ir
Svalues in Ladies'
i hundred to close
'I 1-2 t
1 lot Trimmed H
S1 lot Ladies' Hat
See the of
"t Big Line of C
The Paper the Pe
For 13 years
we have been selling '1'UiNNALLY'S FINE
CANDY. If there is, any better we would
have changed. Fine for commencement.
DRINK AT OUR FOUNTAIN.
Nunnally's always fresh by express.
Sent anywhere by par'ael post.
Nyal Quality Store
R. E. Lewis, Ph. G., Prop.
:IT'S FLY TIME
and those who -arf really "ly
-* V themselves will -hasten to put
in the screen doors as a pro
tection to the home. Fliaare
* - -not only. annoying, but danger
ous, because germ - bearing.
Kee) them out of the house by
buying screens for your doors
ad windows. We have them
? in grent variety, adjustoble to
required size, and very reason
able in price.
Pickens Hardware & Grocery
ler ful Sale!
position to offer some very good
Trimmed Hats. We have several
be Regular Pricej
'all to come and see these.
ats, formerly prided at $4.00, now
s, formerly sold for $5.00, now
her Hats that we lIave for
Ic and $1.48
'hildren's Hats to go at 50 cents
enderson CO.P. "
aple Read---Because It Prints the News
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