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A splendid cylinder and lubricating
oil, 50 cents a gallon.
A good machinery oil at 30 cents a
Linseed oil at $1.25 a gallon.
Your patronage wanted and
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HIILL(JM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
Something You Must. Have
Regardless of the War
You might economize by leav
ing off some of the things you
can do without, but pants and
overalls you must have. Come in
and inspect our new line of over
alls and pants for men and boys.
We think we can please you.
Don't forget to bring along
the chickens and egg's, too.
CRAIG BROS Co., Pickens
THE KEOWEE IBANK
PICKENS, S. C.
safe, Sound and Progressive
W\e soli(cit vor' bankingt buIsinhes atii will show yout eyor'
Five per cet. initerest paid on Satvings Jeposits.
Is now here. Get your's befor'e it's all gone.
Freight is very slow now.
FRESH NUNNALLY'S just in, Sent anywhere
by parcels post
Our store is on the other end~
of your p.honle
Nyal Quality store
R. E. Lewis, Ph. G., Prop.
Rev. D. WV. lliott of Easley wentI to Married, by lter. D). WV. Hiott, at h)
S Atlanta Monday as a delegate to the residence! in Ea ety, or. the .Ith inst., M
National convention of the W. o. W.. Wister Austin Martin of Greenvil
which is being held in Atlanta this week. anud Miss lHernice', youngest dlaughter4
J. . Pcewhorun th Ton Cee Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Aligood
roller milIl aks that his patrons please n si ut r lr
ri as ecnn o t i c~hat tve ~ popuilar manager of the Red Raek
store in Greenville. Miss Allgood is
aswe young lady 'of charming personality am
The W. C. T. U. will meet Thursday a gradiuate of G. W. C.
afternoon at 5 o'clock with Mrs. J. M
Stewart. This is a very important Louie Thorniey of Greenville is visi
meeting, as the election of oficers takes .
Splace, and every member is urged to be ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J1. 1
prset Thiornley, in Pickens
\Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Hester,
June 22, a son.
G. G. Christopher of Greer is in Pick
ens for a few day
Luther Grandy oCharlotte, N. C., is
visiting relatives in Pickens.
Miss Mattie Finley of Easley spent
the Fourth of July in Pickens.
Mr. and Mrs. Dick Jenningsof Green
ville visited in Pickens Sunday.
Mrs. J. I'. Carey and Miss Floride
Carey visited in Greenville Saturday.
Miss Florence Bowon is visiting rel
atives and friends in Liberty and Cen
)ave Moore of Sumter spent the
week-end with his mother, Mrs. Mary
Jesse Jennings and family are visit
ing their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
'1'. A. Kclly, Central route 3, reports
to this ohcee a cotton bloom on Satur
day, .July 7.
Fulger, Thornley & Co. has an inter
esting advertisement in this issue.
Don't fail to read it.
Tom 1lagood (colored), who lives in
West Pickens, reported two cotton
blooms in his field July 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Curtis of Green
ville spent Sunday with the former's
mother, Mrs. I ou Curtis of Piekens.
J. H. ILooper and wife and Mart 3ur
dine of Greycourt were the guests last
week of the family of N. H. Christopher.
There will be services in the grove
hack of the court house Sunday, July 15,
at -1 p m. Everybody come at the beat
of the drum.
''he big July clearance sale at Hobbs
Ilenderson Co. is now in full blast. I1
w: ill pay you to read their advertise
ment in this issue.
Mrs. Hlailey Robinson visited her bus
band in Greenville last week. Bailed
has a job with the highway commissiot
of Greenville county.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boggs have re
turned from a visit to their son, A. J
Boggs, Jr., who recently joined th
armyland has been in training in S:
M1r. and Mrs. Ross I lenderson mt
daughters, Mrs. Ford Villiams mi
Hiss Olive, and Miss Mollie Ariail
Easley spent Sunday afternoon wil
Mrs. Lou <'urtis.
Married, at the residence of the o
liciating minister, Rev. Hen G. Fiel
jSunday aifter'noon, .1 uly S. Miss M10ll
I 'at terson and Mr. Anadrew (Cash, h ot
of P'ickens county.
Sam Il ill, ai colored t enan t who live
(on E. F-rank Looper's p lace, lbroughti
the fiirst cot ton b'loom to The Senutin,
oflice Saturday, July?7. lie also brougl
in the first one last year, on .1 une 27.
pRecntly .\ir. and Mrs. Richai-d Iliesti
of P'ickens spe-nt a few <inys in Gr-.eel
ville. Tfhey came to the commnence
ment exercises of the G. W.(t'. , at whit
time their daughter, Miss Pearla. grna'
uatedl. - aptist Courier.
The ib~ erty townaship singing conce'c
tion wvill meet withb the Rice's C re
Haptist church on the third Sunday
July at ten o'clock a. m.~ Everybo(
c.2me and br-ing your i:ong books am
well-filled dlinne-r baskets.
A. L. Pace, who has been sick fr
some time at the home of his son, A.i
Pace, wvho has charge of the H-ago<
mill, returned to his home in Easley am
is still seriotusly ill. There seems to I
little hope for his recovery.
We are reqluestedl to announce thW
an old1 folks singing will be held at Col
cord chturch next Sunday, beginning
the morning. Everybody is invitedl
be tI iere, andl don't forget-'the songbool
and well-known dinner baskets.
On accotunt of changes in schedule
train No. 11 on the Southern road, tI
inst train from Pick ens in the afte
neon wvill leave at 3.40 instead of 2.5
as heretofore. This wvill give passei
gers moire time in P'ickens. TIrai
No. 11 is due at Easley at 41.2.
Married, in Fasley, Friday evenin:
June 22, 1917, at the residence of m
by Rev. D). W. Hiott, the ofliciatir
eminister, \Mr. Roy N. Watkins of ti
H Iopewell section and Miss Mattie Hii
Sof the Pisgah section of Anderst
ncounty. Only a few immediate frien,
eandl relatives witnessedl the ceremon
tThe bridegroom is a very promisn
a youing buslness man, pe -sessing mai
d excellent traits of character, while il
bride is a beautiful young lady of ste
ling qualities and has hosts of friendi
t- They have the hearty congratulatio1
~. of their many friends 'for a successf
voyage over life's journey.-Progres
E F RE E!
Get Valuable Premiums Free by*"
Using Our Profit-Sharing Plan B
)o viour trading at J. W. Iendricks', whore you get y
a conpon with every cash purchase. Coupons are good }
for valuable premiusis. Call and get a catalog showing
different premiunls and how to get then without extra
I( ain s ill givi)g more goods for less nioney than any
)( body else.
Prchelrr a specialty.
IfHans, 200t perh1 polind( inl tr'ade,
/( Spring Fryers, 22c per pound, up to 40c each.
I lens, 12c per' pound.
Eggs. 8c per dozen at )resent.
( )n ile of Fu lrniture is complete.
A Remedy That Relieves Indigestion and Helps Restore Dis
ordered Nerves to a Normal Condition- -Get
lwetl y.ear ,:. t m:Ilteir inid e'voltveI
Pa -I't' 'l'enie, the etiy ve-eieh!o i'e'.ii
i ii : It wIAV eI? have ii.bledi toel' ee it s /oee/
leeweifill, yet harmles . iteled" ki1\11n to ueit. - +Z
U'e l IN anl NUN. tnaking lithe -bft . uolet 41
palhitabe i:i l etla iti l y I e:ely bvbt r el til! In or'r ,
i"h lenlh. i'.\ \\ -.\ \\' the ol y ett ,bntm ih
"igestato : IIoN, the rlb itt ee l tiel r Ich d "
leoid, awd NI '\ .. ti true tletelee fur disor'
de'te.l tii'ie . .-r f :r' :/'
l itIt rdie l i a tonilb ei t t ib biii bIe tell t eena -J I'
Ie aill hoily lit.. \V hl'i a lero ents bt.hl (ttily
al dtch ige t'. his fer.e l lrpelirly the blood i-s vitau " '.
_ 1 iz-el anl et-riedt'e vhich eli tsthe liver andl kid- '
neyi anl all the vital et giuns itu aletive alt l"'
I.eulthful tt eratiob. \\'here the itaach ist b f'e :. ,
C trtirtg the ioenel IS Strint: wvhere the ti5blood i
_ trong: the lie bies ee srotig: whete the turves
ei C trontt the ki itteys, hleIri btI inings aind
ii ver are strong. t aty . ie le t It fron strll
"tion: that is, the-y .stetrye Itr blod, they statrve
tht nei rve 'i i t' tie general tissues of the wh' it' le
ltbo d I V bey. Not th lt ide I i nit tli their -toin-b
Il u ith nh uri hitl.g i l. hlaei lee n ii 'e'e what
th h e e u 1 1111 tti the blutac h does lie lprolerly
et'I elc" hil I. ebl~dlei~11i11
dit echt. doeI noii I"ro erly a itaihite. e.(f
Ti hat'. why p:eIut rie to b.l y that Ine.nizedilI
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ib t e hi t'hi - be. nent'l :c".d ibl Ic:y '- _f1 "an
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"Nt i 'e hielti eier bI" celc b'eo lol in
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It is the duty of the telephone
/ operator to ascertain the number
wanted and ring the bell of the party
called. If the called party is slowv to
a answer the operator is as helpless as
n you are.
* Most of wvhat you might think
is "slow service" is caused by the sub
scribers not answcring prornptly.
n You can help the service by answer
ing your telephone promptly.
cIJWhen you Telephone-Smzile
vSOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE(
'AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY v.
C. E. A. LATHROP, Box 129, Greenville, S. C.
SQuality Printing-The'Pickens Sentinel
" Half Way "
:He knows YOUR needs.
He knows the 1NEEDS OF THE :.
"You'll get BETTER TREAT-*
MENT and BETTER GOODS :
4in this town than you will any- '
Keep the De!Iars
hi nTown ;
SlE IML OICE
NouceI ins ened- in Ih ,oumn Ior o~ne cent' a
w%% I I fort tirrt ins t iuhi1 ,til i ote-httif et it itt wo
fur e1tch subt ll tte'tt lin'rttiott
i*og t-July 1, between Norris and
M. I. Evans', suitease. Finder notify
W. G. Pressley, Central R12.
Noltic 'The wheat- mill at the H1a
good Mill will be ready f'or grindirL
wheat about the 5th of .July. Yor
patronage solicited. A. A. 'ace. 12
WVnntd-At once, a load of good
pine stovewood in exchange for subt
scription to The Sentinel. Prefr wood -p
already cUt. Apply at Sentinel otlice.
TMrs. .EyrtU eC3. 6te.enson i
prepared to can fruit or vegetables i
tin or ghass jarsa. Will can on WVedne
days, Thursdays and Oridays. 11
n"o good meI, made from good.
sound, home-raised corn and grour.d
right, see S. Clements or Guy .iela,
U,foansi ne~gO rtafe4 on farm lane..,
in Greenville and Pieliens countie,.
Long term. costs reasonable, interest=
5 1-2 per cent. Il t anounts of St,(''
and ever. No restrictions as to use of
money as in Federal Reserve. Jos. E.
Leach, Attorney, Greenville, S. C. 2;"
nt of (s un uo, Top 1Dressin
and Acid on hand. I advise side-dres
ing on the present high rices. Rt I
ainesd Ceta. Appl at -1ninloli
daysinghrssng, FiDying A1
terigoding'3 , Et&Ucfo od
suit, h-arese orn anivrd wo
rised and Ct or is don by an~
Suibts~ pressed at(5eO persit elani.e
ind prese,0e su ic dry canig,.M
sit. S erm aott etionabe givnt adie
su-its. et I mons f$It
moey aprinaFeer eserone. Js K
Lec.AttPorner's Brerile Sho.
TedAi epnhne No.38esde(le
o tve fruQI I its andc:~ vege
youn'. tAl soli C ar of
FIK ru Cns, CKas. Sand
RubbersL. AOO cEarRsa
Cenexgt Preek. Dyngher
of A Ii F . fon ar nlisrdh
lrme ths w ek. i on )~
M~St ori & Company,'d
Phone N o 36-Ueg tle
SU T lCSOLN'.ODS
B. B. PORTNR EPropiEr,28
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