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d Cr6o f CORN
Plant Golden Dent Corn, improved
in stubble, after wheat or oat crop,
and you will make a big crop.
There will be plenty of time.
We still have a good supply of
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. A4 NLLU, Prop. & Mgr.
Plie Im. 8
ioing to Church a tiood Iibit. Says
Champ ark. 6i t Church
THE' l:PeG mvE
HOUSE O-' P RE
My desr 4. SreI!w-y
I dn rot k better place that
peQple could be or Sunday than in church.
Going to church is a good habit.
Dr. R. A. Brown, our regular Pickens Produce Market
visiting optician, wvill be at our
store next Saturday, June 16, ~ ' ~' yb .h~.To w
for the purpose of examining ~$.
eyes and titting glasses. tn.uhe .
P'e sl. bushel--------2.5
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Send your next or- Chickens. pound-----1
d er for printing to 7rns ec o23ar frrmnea
The Sentinel and ""'."''4** one sma"ll
9-acre f'armn, one 2-acre tract and thre
haveit pinte -acre tracts near Alice Mil, Easley
rio'htand on easy terms. Also have severe
other tracts. Call on M. C. Smith c
the inwood Land and Investment CC
e~enh~r - for further information. 6
I" t I-Renew vou! subscr'iptioni t
27 your countvpae
Is n'ow here. Get your's before it's all gone.
Freight is very slow' now.
FRESH NUNNALLLY'S just in. Sent anywhere
tby parcels post
Our store is on the other end
-of your phone
Nyal Quality store
R. E. Lewis, Ph. G. Prop.
. Phone 24
r R. Roqrk is visiting ho
mother .Mrs. Elisabeth Bright, at
We received an account of the Chil
dress-Clyde wedding too late to publish
this week. It will appear next week.
Olin Craig, a good stock raiser who
lives over on Keowee, sold one. of his
11-months-old JIereford bulls to Elbert
E. Perry of near Easley this week for
Mr. and Mrs. Ed F., Hendricks and
small son of Liberty werie in Pickens
Monday. Mr. Hendricks says his pros
pects for a good crop are far better
now than last year.
Miss R achael Dickinson, whojhas been
making her home in Pickens for the
past year or so, has gone to Pendleton,
where she will make her home with her
niece. Mrs. James'Hunter.
Frank E. Hitt, 45 years of age and a
resident of Greenville, dropped dead on
South \Main street in that city last
Thursday night. He was a brother of
John llitt of Pickens county.
During an electrical storm Saturday
lightning killed -a mule and severely
shocked another mule and a cow belong
ing to John S. Gilstrap, who lives on
C. L. Cureton's place near Pickens.
Mrs. Ivy Mauldin and daughter have
gone to Columbia to join Mr. Mauldin
and make their future home there. Mr.
M auldin was recently made vice-presi
dent of the largest bank in Columbia.
The Pickens Township Singing con
vention will meet at the Wolf Creek
school house next Sunday afternoon at
So'clock. Good leaders are expected
mnd everybody invited to come and
liss Olive'Boggs Newton of Pickens
the guest this week of her sister.
Mrs. 0. T. Hinton. Miss Newton has
:ust returned from Stateburg, S. C.,
where she has been engaged in teaching
the past session. - Easley Progress.
We see by the Greenville papers that
Eldd Bowen of Pickens has been win
ning some more orator's medals at Fur
mai University. Mr. Bowen has won
about all the medals for oratory at the
university during his four years there.
He was a member of the class which
graduated this month.
T. Riley Allen has retnrned from a
trip to Chickamauga Park, near Chat
tanooga, Ten., where he visited his
son, Roy, who is a member of Uncle
Sam's regular army. While there Mr.
Allen says he also saw several other
Pickens county boys, all of whom seemed
to he getting along well.
Mr. Horace D~avis is at his home in
Pickens recuperating from an operation
. in which he had an eye taken out. Sev'
eral years ago the head of a nail which
Mr. Davis wvas driving flew off and
struck him in the eyb and it has since
been giving him trouble until recently
it became necessary to have the eyeball
lsrabl Ferguson, one of Pickens coun
ty's most prominent colored citizens, is
arranging a meeting to be held in Pick
ens on Saturday, June 16, for the pur
pose of arousing colored people to the
necessity of growing and caving food
stuffs. Both white and colored speak
r ers are expected and everybody is asked
i to attend.
e For the second time within a few
e months, a (log last week visited the
.chicken .yard of Mrs. 3. L. O. Thompson
s and killed chickens and geese. This
.1 time it killed ten chickens and three
f geese and injured sev~eral other chick
. ens. Last March it killed twelve geese,
five (ducks, two turkeys and a rooster.
- All of the chickens wvere valuable, one
rooster being valued at $5.
Mrs. WV. F\ Hendricks, a good lady of
-Oolenoy, was in town Monday to secure
1000 cans for her daughter, Merle, who
is a member of the county canning club
and wvho last year won first prize in the
tomato club work. Miss Merle expects
this year to put up many beans and her
prospects for a successful season are
bright. Mrs. Hendricks did not forget
ye editor and wife, but p~resented us
with a fine mess of snap beans, which
we greatly appreciate, especially so
since a recent hard rain washed away
our early ones.
The following item from the Newberry
Herald and News of June 5 will prove
of interest to many friends and relatives
of Mr. C. WV. Garrett in Pickens county:
"Howdy, Central; give us Heaven,
please." We just want'ed to phone that
the manager of the Newlberry office of
the Sothern Bell Telephone company
Mr. W. C. Garrett--had a little angel
- o come down to his home Friday morn
ing, and the phone bells rang gladly end
harmoniously from telephone to telagiri
and the Bell Telephone people had a
good time telling it, no doubt.
L4wis Stock Powder Is medicine.
lk ElA #OTrs
.~omhalt 10111 AW111111
Nale Nico Duroc and Bork
Ohi, * d pigs, ready for delivery
July , , y.llowio, Nimmons, S. C.
er Nale eor Ititt.--Three nice
cottages in Pickens; good water and
orchrds. l.ilmood ,and and Invest
ment Co. M. C. Smith.
Towsn stwk Iloller Mill is
running again. Please call and get your
flour before new wheat comes in. Dry
your wheat before Iilling it. J. ,'.
NIAIIN & 11ENRY
General PractiCe of Law,
(WRmN,'NVILLE, S. C.
(11lve.s vor. Itron ,ti Nini n S14. Phone 4lo
J..i.esW.A IN $AM 1-. CRAIG
Greenville. S. '2. Pickeins, S. C.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
V. V. COLLINS
Licensed Veterinary Surgeon
PHONE NO. 145
9 E ASLEY, S. C.
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. Speeial attention given to ladies'
We apreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
Telephone No. 38
ARE YOU PREPARED
To save f uits and vege
tables? We can help
you. A solid car of
Fruit Cans, Caps and
Rubbers. A carof sugar
next week. Another
car of Hay and one car
of Feed. One car Hulls
Morris & Company,
Phone No. 36-Use It
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that we will
make application to J. B. Newbery,
Esq., Judge of P'robate for Pickens
county, in the state of South Carolina,
on the 28th day of June. 1917, .at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon there
after as said application can be heard,
for leave to make final settlement of
the estate of Fred Williams, deceased,
and obtain discharge as administrators
of said estate.
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facturer he likes t<
with, who fulfills
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in its policy ar
The company the
sta~nds back, of
.dealer to see tha
gets his full mone
mileage and tire
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II. PICKEN2S, S. C.
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