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Running. Will make more beans to amo unt of land than
any other you can plant. A little work to stick them, but
it will Pay YOU.
15c a pint; 25c a quart
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY I
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALLUM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
U1. S. War Bonds
Every citi::en is invited to invest. It is more than an invitation- it is
an appeal. It is more t ha n i investmen t - it i patriot ic serv ice.
This bank has been reouesitd by the Secretary to the Treasurv to co.
operate with the Governmnent in securing subscriptions to the Liberty
I.oan. We, therefore, take great pleasure in mIaking this announcement':
TilE KIOWEE 1IANK will receive subscriptions. will attend to all
details of purchase and deliverv of Fonds, and will furnish to intending
subscribers full information relating thereto. There will he absolutelv
no charge fior such services. either to suliscribers or to the Government.
You may now enter with i us your subscript-on for the amourt you
desire, im a4Iordance vith official terms.
P'ric': I'ar. Bnds .9O, NI(A) and upwards.
Inteire-t: 1-2 per ce..nt, payable semi-amnually Jlune 15 and Dec. 15.
Maturit\ :l years, with privilege of redemption by the Governrnent
in Ii yeairs r earlier.
tFree of all taxe.. ex.cept estate ard inheritance ta.
:ubcription.: Will be receive'd until June . ., A".17.
We shall be glad to render any service possible in connection with
subscriptiJn4 and invit. the public to make full and free use of our
ICKENS, S. C.
Fine Price For Cotton
--d r ha-.- m rettor, while the price i good. These p
way-. I orn ale - profitale c:ro p a'. pr* i- d
e ~e!..eiref table' i.n aeou n t of the h igh
-I .-h too s';arce~ and the .pring was too ri
- -tag rh*lh.i bt Vou 2 n incIre:~.' your crop hv:
- . a L- .* k'- ri e.-.ji! e l b r ally, ard th at ins by .~I
- -a to ine' Kur .:ro.. Vertilizer ha'. advane~d t
-- ni iity a farm r J i-', arA fertilizer 1- i ' -i li..
- n pay i hettc: tharn an-;l f :irti'izer u , b'--.a.:j.. ('I
. ad. W'e ae mrn:in'g Ta :gicnt hig~h.grad..
un et hlan..\: W el 9:H . th o'I at .41.60 per toni at 9.1
-- '. Lhen it w- '-hipped av. a: brrn Anderson. One (la
* 1 :iti' '$~.4 '0 or .". ', appieid to the acre of cotton, N1'
- - ,t; s eld of -cur crop rr~ore than $0a ee n
- *shndb appled early, not ltrta u: .,$
ne-iti s.e e* i tsne g'o.ds 'too~ late, as it. keeps th~e
- " ir~g will r.ot mnaturo arnd openf in time. Applied L
~~ ~ 2 anr,~rd .June 3 and it will pay better t han
- - You only make one crop a year. Feedl it andti
od or" it rays You fveed yo)ur rnul" mrore than p'J
;.e .e* ,a..~ edr your crop bs of ten as it needisi ;t. It
-and w't' bc te~r , beau?,e it in bett(er fed. You arnd the' ld
rdan', - ' ~ *. - m y rM-a' of 't ,. I ors:,;' m h- l by . h' nd ~ ij
at the y' - a e a.. re Un t' the Mi-id anid the s'.id wd pa'; lor ~JI.
the fertii:,. r '.'ig u.: e r ri 'nr.. wil teil you that I.::00, pourli'
r s~.e'ed cretto. t:.:. :.-- heenr :-idle':-sted wil trn nout as N-anvv a hiah- C
I .i00 T'Oi .- : .. . :i'i'n -idr--dressed.
There i ni - i . . i ' the~ Mi ed. B~uttapply not a ter t ant .J un e I
J Lab',r is to', -ar--' ; 'i 0 c ieasn too late to increase your* acreage.,r
blu t you enrn .r. ie. - .' . rop by increasxing your lirt ilizer. It should '
be rich in nit roye ' . wk a 'tion. An't quick action is needed. i"
S3f~(vi.,d-n bllyt 's:;4 arly. It w ay- fr'om 5-'. rW t-o %i i
Anderson Phosphate and Oil #
Company, Anderson, S. C.
W. F. FARMER, Secretary.
Try An Advertisementin The Sentinel
Notlecs ilsritert is, tiat polumn 'for imnt eent i
or For first hinertion mni ottf-1lti cut(1 I % wort,
Pr each aubtertiait iriirtm on
Watti - A good milk cow, one not
ver six yeat-s old and that gives at least
) gallons of milk and a pound of butter
day. Sam 13. Craig, Pickens.
1,%t -Hetween my home and the
ourt house, Saturday, a Waterman
deal fountain pen. llenry A. Townes.
PI''to'M P'laatt- Sweet Pota
res, $2.50; 'Toimatoes, $1.60 and $2.50
er 1000; 'Transplanted Plants, $1.00 per
00. Priev list. Fred M-1. Preston,
All 1P41-s4001 ar(e notilled not to
respass on my and to hunt and fish
nder penalty o' the mw.
-1 1i. P. IIAIEY.
Fousu2d4- Ietween Easley and Pick
n-S, an automobile numbier, 9110. W.
'rank W'elbrn. Pickens. 4
Fos' Salt m- Rttelat- -hlree nice
ottages in IPickens: good water and
rehards. Linwood Land and Invest
nent Co. M. C. Smith. 6
. O T li M \tARlTI\. .:N0l. t'. JI).Nnv.
;eneral Practice of Law,
.1 . A A IN A M I . Ci.I?
McSwain & Craig
a-ol t State Iand FedtralI <ourts
tireenvilil Ollice Phone 21o
Pickt-n's (ilive Phonie 39
We Will Receive
'his w, i ' o it* hu)a; . Ht ':i -
111 . mil. car s wit | el.oi
'.d I ii Z v. ()14' (-* !" 1l46'11, 4)11' 1't! '
NotIiltg chlp, but 'ontti in
1111 wv wvill be "'Ida i lo t lk it.
lver with vlo.
Morris & Cotipany,
Phone No. 36--Use It
W. .1. Roark A Charlotte. N. C., is
isitingi.. his son. Sheriff -oark.
Miss Inez Morris is attending com
iioncement at Chicora college, Colum
Aa. She is a graduate of thi.s institu
The Pickens county boys who attendcd
Piedmont college at Demorest. Ga., last
session have returned home. Ralph
Gilstrap) ol Iickeniis won. a prize of $1
as the berst declaimer in school, andl
A rgus I .omper', also of this county, won
sco'nd place! in the same contest. We
Tlhe' Keoweem I anl: has' an in teinesting
and. patriotic adverthOLemen'ft inl todayi's
paper. Reatd it and buy\ a L.ibety Honid.
The United States government is be
hind these bonds and they are as good
as gold money any day. There is abso51
lutely no risk of* loss in: buyoing one of'
these bond~s. Call at the bank and let
Mr. Carey explain it to yonu.
lH. (. liolcombe, a promninen t ci tizen
of Easley route 2, wvas at the county
seat on buOsinless one' day last week, i~e
paid Tfhe Sentinel ai visit while the editor
wasi at dinner, but he waited for us to
come back, ais he said editors never hadl
much to eat and he knew we would not
be gone long. V r. ilolcombe saysj sinc'e
the price of rations has advanced so
much he eats more .than ever andl it
seems like everything tastes netter.
The .singing con vention at the Pickeuns
lHaptist church fast Sunday afternoon
was largely attended, the house being
uinable to hold the peolelt, and the sing
ing was fine. The ladies' quartet, which
has gained qfuite' a reputation in this
section, was ther and as:4 ui sual mnadle a
hit. This qualirte't i s comi'osed of Mrs.
Sophlia Chadwick, .\lrs. Her'itha~ Pl'i'ht,
Miss Myrtie liughe~s and Miss Ner'nie
Sawyer. TI'he leade'rs wino took par t in
the singing were I I .. if end erso, .j. WV.
Jarrett, G. if. King. WV. .1. unker. .1. JI,
hlughes. WVill ie WXinn. A\. I . Stokes, Is
E. Il ughes, .1. 1.. 1 ag(' wel. .i. 1. Garr<-n.r
R. MX. I 'ooding, S. N. Hold ing, I.. I'.Simn
nons, S. I,. Pace.. WV. Rl. i'mwi.' :uid S.
Tt1E CIIEER1UL CINhRU
Viecv n-v%. the w,~orid, eli
Jrong yd4 tClmost prove it;
e 3 pend our lives jst
ndig ple bas
I ch4 .4A
You may get the war
and general news in most
any newspaper these days
but The Pickens Sentinel is the only
paper that prints this and all the
important Pickens county news be.
sides. By reading no other paper
than The Sentinel can you keep up
with the news away from and the
news at home at the same time
and for the same price.
Read The Sentinel for all the news.
Don't let your subscription expire.
It's the county paper.
The Pickens Sentinel is the only paper published
at the county seat of Pickens county.
It is the oldest paper in the county.
Official paper of the county.
Largest paper in the county.
Prints more news than any other paper in the
I-las a larger circulation than any other paper inl
The Sentinel prints all the most important general,
war and state news, and makes a specialty of Pick
ens County news.
It is the peol)e's paper.
Every good citizen of Pickens county ought to
subscribe for The Sentinel. The more subscribers
we have the better paper we can give you and the
more benefit we can be to the county.
Get your neighbor to sulscribe.
You help us and we will help you.
Subscription price is $1.50 for a year, $1.00 for
eight months, 50 cents for four months.
THE PICKENS SENTINEL
PICKENS, S. C.
Is the phice to take your ieals when in Pickeiis to aftent
tie ofd soldiers' rellion, court week, or any other time. Evory
thing served here is fresh, clean and of best quality, cooked t(:
suit your individual taste. Meals and sandwiches served at a)
hours and at reaonalf~e ('ost.
My line of G ROCEIIES is complete, fresh and clean. I wirl
reat .von right when you trade wtithi me.
J. C. ALEXANDER, Pickens, S. C.
GRA DUATVING, EAYE28, IS91
2. Msic.I~NNMA 8,11
3 . History Miss Annie Gravely
S4. P.oemn. Joe Frank FreemanL'
61 . Prophecy Miss- FlorceiC Stewart
j*~7. Valedictory Frank Keith' N
9. Address..---. Gen. M. L. Bonham -
~11. Awarding Medals.
~j12. Presentation of Certificates.
13. Report of Trustees.
Quality Printing---The Pickens Sentinel
"My Country 'Tie of Thee, Sweet Land
Everybody invited to bring well-filled I
aisket4 to the reuniol and pienie at (
ickens next Saturday, .Iune 2.
Frank Christophel' of Liberty was in
Born. unto Mr. and Mrs. Robert An
liony. May 23. a fine son.
. Troupe Partridge and family arid
Iwight Attawny spent Sunday in An
Nessrs. Sam [. Craig and IL Earle
wA'%Visi were inl Walhalla on busintesst
Pro". R2. T. ind l)r. .. N. llalluil vis
ted their parents near Liberty Monday.
rl moit d'r is very sick.
'Mrs. Mlattie tresham of Atlanta vis
ited her parents, Mr. amd MIs. M. '.
lesteir. inl Pickens last week.
\'rner1 Christopher has return'd to
his work at Central, after Splnilini
e'rtial days with homefolks in Ii'ken
We are glad to see Weldon Christt.
Pher back at hii, place with Folger,
Thornl1ev & Co.. after an illiesis of twol
Dr. .1. L. C'renshaw. ne of a,
'ouinty's best-knowna physicians. was at
the count sa:it on business one day last,
Mrs. .1. P. Anders is back at her ho':e
in theupper sectioniof thiscounty, after
being operated on for apjwcndicitis at
the Greenville hospital.
William Ilovey Jones, a well-known
-i tizen of Greenville, died at his home
Friday. lie was a brother of Mrs.l.. A.
Parks of Pickens county.
Mrs. T. A. Seawright and childrcn
ire visiting relatives in Anderson county.
Dr. Seawright went down with them
Saturday and returned Sunday.
Edgar Morris spent last week-end
with his parents, Mr. and Mis. A. M.
Morris, in Pickens. Ed is a traveling
salesman out of Washington. 1). C.
Mail Carrier I ferd has been carrying
hi, mail in an automobile' several weeks
now, and this gives each of the Pickens
rural route.s a utcOMObile mail service.
Bub 1 ~ np--y, wvho is lharge~d with
killineg Wade I 'vis near liberty last
week, his been released tunder $1 ,000
bo'nd, shgne'd by T1. R. O'Dell and W. ('.
IDr. Lawrnr- IRoper of' Grevb
Le'~e IRoper'Z of A\lbtany. Gai., an~d Sam
RoiniuSon andl f'amily of Ea.ksley, snont
Po'.itroast.-r' JIennings i4'ports1 that'
wh',ib: business hasi been dull for the
lpa::t 'e~w days, he has no right to comn
pla in, as~ he found a hen's nest with Ii a e
eggs in it.
J1. I). Vieke'y of Six Mije was re
cent(ly appointe'd mail carrie:r on P'ickensi
routi' i and has moved to where he will
be near that work. lie was a ppoinited
o)veri 'Uiiotestant s for' the lacei.
A letter, from Fle'tcher' Porter to
homn.folks at P'ickens says that he has
been'I assigned to the battleship Oikla
homia, which is one of the largest super
dire'adnaughlts in the world. lIIis brot her
Casr'v exiet'ts to join him soon.
WeO regre4t to r'epor't that the 'onittion
of Mrs. Silas Hinkle of .Jocasse( dloes
lnt implrove. Sh has been sick about
lotur mtoniths and her condition is now
critical. lifer daughter', Mr's. I. Wanlter'
I anlgston, of' P'ikens, left yester'day to
be' with lier.
Pro. Van C:iayto~n, who has been
ta'ching schoo0l in the lower part of the
s tate', has returnedl to his home in Cen
trali. P'rof. Clayton w~as last year
lec ted superintendent of' education for
lPi'kenis county' and wvill e'nter uponl his
duntile- abou~t Ju'lv I.
Mr. Erne'st lBrazeale and Miss Clovie
liaynes were married by Rev. J1. M.
Ste'warit at his rideilnce~ in Pickens
Su nday. Tihe bride is a datighter of 13.
'- I layne's and the bridegr'oom is a son
of .J. Mat Brazenle, and both have many
friends who are oflering congra tulations.
Farmis 'oi' Satle-26-acro farm near
Piekens; 31-acre farm in Anderson
couty, near Piedmo~nt; one small store
h 'use and lot in WVest G;reenville; one
tJ-acr'e farm, one 2-acr( tract and three
I-acre tracts unear Alice Mill, Easley.
All the abovo may be bought at bargains
and on easy terms. Also have several
other tracts. Call on M. C. Smith of
the Linwood Land and Investment Co.
for fur'ther information.