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Secod Crop of 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. HLLUlM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phonue No. 8
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The telephone directory is issued at
frequent intervals for the information and
benefit of the telephone-using public.'
Every effort is made to keep this list
accurate and up-to-date. It is expected
that telephone-users will consult it before
rpaking calls. A call for an incorrect
number causes delay and possible annoy
ance to a third party.
Avoid inconvenience to all con
cerned by looking up telephone numbers
in the directory before calling.
Wben you Telephone-Smile
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
C. E. A. LATHROP, Box 129, Greenville, S. C.
THE KEOWEE BANK
- PICKENS, S. C.
Safe, 5oundl andt P~rorssve
We solicit your' banking business and wvill showv you eyerv
courtesy andI convenience consistent w ith sound bank in g principles.
Five per cent. interest paid on Savings I)eposits.
J. P. CA REY, President. J JNO. C. C AREY. Cashier.
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Quality Printing-The Pickens Sentine
Is nlow here. Get your's before it's all gone.
Freight is very slo'w now.
.FRISSH NUNNA.LY'S just in, Sent anywhere
by parcels post
Our store is on the other end
of your phone.
Nyal Quality store
R. E. Lewis, Ph. G., Prop.
trs From Pickens
Saini ,.Snow, of thie'army recruiting
station' at Greenville, was in Pickene
last week in the interest of securing
volunteers for the U. S. army. He 15
a very pleasing gentleman and his trip
here wvill bear fruit.
Tho a good nmany from this county
have joined the army recently we are
not keeing up with some of -the other
counties, as we should, and if anyone
has any 'idea of having to join, now is
the time to do it--while you may volun
teer and choose for yourself the brancly
you wish to serve in. When a person
is conscripted he has no choice as to
what branch he will serve in.
Another advantage of those volun
teering nowv is that they stand a better
chance to become officers. Persons
may volunteer for the p~erid of the war
only. The pay of a private now is $30
monthly and all necessary expenses
paid by the government. .7 -
egDon' wanit .to be *conscriptedl, but
voluinteer, When the trouble is over it
will make ycu feel good to be able to
come home and say, "1 did my part; I
did not shirk. "
Don't Ewait to be conscripted-vol
R. F. Herd and family spent last Sunm
day wcith relatives in Anderson county.
Miss Fay Painter and Miss Ruth Gosa
of Greenville, are visiting Miss Pearl
Ihester in Pickens.
See our line of Palm Beach and K~ool
Cloth suits, just the [clothing for hot
weather, $6.00 to $10.00.
Mr. and Mrs. McD. Farmer and son,
Paul, spent Sunday in Anderson with
\l r. and Mrs. Remus Henderson.
The Pickens Township Singing con
vention will'meet wvith the Pickens Miu
church on next Sunday afternoon at 2
Ilal Hliott who w~as principal of the
Montvale school the past session was
recently elected principal of Keowee
graded school in Oconee county.
Mr. Jack(lHunter died at his home
about three miles below Liberty last
Saturday and was buried at Mountain
Grove Monday. The dleceased wvas
about 70 years old and is survived by,(
his second wife and several children,
wvho have the sympathy of many friends
in their loss.
Miss Elizabeth Mauldin, home demon
stration agent, is preparing the club
girls and wvomen for the conservation of
the enormous crops of vegetables and
fruit being produced this year, by giv
ing canning and drying demonstrations
at meetings over the county. Import
ant meetings are to be held at Central,
~Reunion, Qolenoy, and Martin this wveek.
Miss Mauldin will be assisted by Mrs.
Marvin Willimon, of Greenv'ille county,
at Central Tuesday.
Married, on June 17, 1917, at the res
idence of M. F. Hester, Mr. W. J. D.
Crane and Mrs. Sophia Dodgens, both
of Pickens. The bride is the daughter
of Mr. Marion Arnold of near Pickens
andl the widow of Mr. Dodgens wvho died
some six years ago. The groom runs a
nice grocery business near the Pickens
depot and is a man of many good traits.
After the marriage the bride and groom
were autoed'over to Mr. Will Craine 's
wvhere a nice repast was awaiting them
and which was much enjoyed by the
guests. M. F. Hester, N. P., in his
usual way performed the marriage ger*
Appointments on Pickens Circuit
Following arh. the regular preaching~
appointments of Rev. S. M. Jones, pas.
tor in charge of Pickens circuit:
First Sundlay -Porter's Chapel at 11
o'clock; Mt. Tabor at 3.30.
Second Sunday-Bethel at 11 o'clock,
Salem at 3 30.
Trhirdl Sunday-- McK inney's C hapel at
Fourth Sunday-Gap H ill at 11 o'clock;
Twelve Mile at 3.30.
Rev. C., R. Anderson preaches at
Friendship every second Sunday at 11
o'clock and at Newv I-ope every fourth
Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Saves Doctor's Bills
Instead of calomiel and other violent purga.
3!ves, which are dangerous as well as mauseating,
;t is better to use a reliablo medicine like
Granger Liver Regulatoi
Under dlato oa.
Oct. 27,1916. J. W.
ben using Granger
- Liver Regulator in
mvfmily for ad
fine family remied4
which has S*Y'm
- - it'In j house an*
Stange e eIo4h C.. Chattanoog., Tens
.-N~ues Iu1ieid in til ooluznn for one cent a
0O4 for firut iflridou .in one-bal cent a,*r4.
Fort ahbt euulent in"-rtion
Organ F". Sn I4ole-Having replac
ed its or gan with a piano the Pickens
Baptist Sunday School is offering, the
organ for sale at a bargain. See Mrs.
A. John Boggs, Pickens, for mor ,pgr
Wwantd--Ford touring car, .1916 or
1917 model. R. M. Welborn, Pickens
R 3, phone 2303. tf
Lost--In Pickens at the old soldieria'
reunion a tan and white spotted dog.
Reward for information leading to its
recovery. A. F. Stewart, Pickens R 4.
For' %ale--One complete set shop
tools, sell separate or as a whole; also
horse, buggy and harness, other tools,
etc. See Maude and Vesta Ashmore.
For Nnle-Nice Duroc and Berk
shire crossed pigs, ready for delivery
July 1. G. F. Bowie, Nimmons, S. C. 71
MART'IN & HEiiNRY
General Practice of Law,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Ollies .'. lro Io a nd Mn iiniixss. i'hone -101
J. .1..NlesW.I\ UN SAM 1 n.R.IG
Greenville. S. C. Plickens, S. C.
McSwain & Craig
Piactice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
V. V. COLLINS
Licensed Veterinary Surgeon
PTHONE NO. 145
9 EASLEY, S. 0.
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, A!
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. Special attention given to ladies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
ARE YOU PREPARED
To save f ruits and vege
tables? We can help
you. A solid car of
Fruit Cans, Caps and
Rubbers. A carof sugar
next week. Another
cat. of Hay and one car
of Feed. One car Hulls
Morris & Company,
Phone No. 36-Use It
Suit and Straw~
We have r
vanced. We h
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THE PICKENS SENTINEL .
PICKENS, S. C..
you going to buy that Palm Beach
of our classy Palm Beach Suits and .
about the high cost of living.
riany nice things to offer in Fancy
Don't forget us when you are
ing,in this line.
no difference if Shoes have ad
ave many real bargains to offer in
et our Millinery Department.
ickens, S. C.