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MOur Mr. Arthur Brown is now in W<
Lthe best. They will be here by Frid
Nforget our good Columbus Wagons
a 'BROWN'S GOT IT
nBROWN! GETS IT
Most all of the newly
are here. A very
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. H A LLUM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone N~o. 8'
Some CHOICEIFARMS FOR
SALE AT BARGAINS!
0 0 0 U 4 e r e s f o n t m i l e 1s n o r t h e a t s t , o f P i c k e n s . 1 6 c e$ 251a ~ t l e : 1 ) p r a ' V
10 acres two miles from1 Pickens on EaIslev road.
$60 per'1 acret.
x' acres o n rickn 1Ibert y r oad, one mil from
Z r t as.860
Mevrl Athr rfow isanolie.
STrmayhe bet hey wia~vo ll e hrsb roi
rt for oure gnortod Colmbu Wa.g.onith
McolBokAost. all f1 th e ee n .
Scaes haoolPins Boo k tas, ~e
Nyae Reualt Store
. . LeisU, Pp.G.,1Prop.
-Whasome CHrOatrcie Ntc FaMStmn FO ishRg
prices ~ o toves at Ranges iha Nie. is~ hereb gci ve tatIil
we ar offerin to e r now i'k( i e 3 ca n~( ro ade. k
We ha ~v otavne I the rice on ty in lt s ta torsuh aoin
on th ~ Aisi o gos.vr 1CC(o ad 1 ""ito ck day) for sctoer,1. , t1
C le't us show i them to E y u. i Pick ther art alo s ap"ieaon"ca"
ou ' e t . oc -en i u ca n treorm at s e i e f'h S entintel
To share in this
astern markets buyii
lay, September 21.
and "Hi Pt" Buggie
"WHEN YOU RID
Court will convene in Pickens next
Miss Lucile McClanahan, of Liberty,
entered Pickens graded school Monday.
Mrs. B. C. Robinson, of Pickens,
spent the week-end with Mrs. Claude
Welborn in Easley.
Furman Holder left Pickens last week
for Newport News, Va., to enter the
employ of the government.
Mrs. James Hughes and son Brewster
of Laurens county, is visiting her son,
L. E. Hughes, of the Pickens Mill, this
We are informed that a span of the
Old Pickens bridge was recently knock
ed out of place by a large tree and is
Mrs. Morrison returned to her home
in Columbia this week after a pleasant
visit to her daughter, Mrs. J.T. Richey,
Mrs. R. L. Anderson and daughter,
Miss Florella Anderson, of Dacusville,
were guests of Mrs. J. N. Hallum in
We are requested to state that Rev.
E. M. Bolding will sing at 10.30 on the
fourth Sunday and preach at 11 o'clock
at Oolenoy church.
Read the new advertisements. of Biv
ens & Co. and Folger, Thornley & to.
Their millinery openings will be held
Thursday and Friday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. :H. Hopkins have 3
moved from Central to Pickens and are
occupying the Ashmore house. Mr.c
Hlopkins has opened a garage here.
S. Clements, the miller at Pickens,
spent last Sunday very pleasantly in
Greenville visiting his niece, Miss Lillie I
Barnette, andl Miss Gerthie Robinson.
Tlhe Sentinel is indebted to M. L.
Simmons t'or a basket of fine cornfield
beans andc also to TP. E. Porter for an
other jar otf his iine home-made sorghum
Among the new advertisements this
wveek are those of Wt. M. Brown of
WValhalla and TI. M. Gantt of C:enitral.
They may mean money to those who
lITe Piekens school olpened Monday
with akihirge attendlance and bright pros
lects. A large number of p~atrons and
t riends 'f t h. s(chool were present the
Miss (May G reshtam of Atlanta, who
has been visiting her grandparents, Mr.1
and Mrs. M. V. I lester, in Pickens for
the past (wo weeks, returned home last
Mr. Sam (;assaway, said to he the
oldest citizien in this section of the state,
dfied at his home on Keowee river last
Saturday andi was buried at Old Pickens
Sunday. ie was 108 years old.
That good, jovial and Chesterfildian
gentleman, C. IR. D). Burns, of Walhalla,
is in Picke ns helping Clerk of -Court
Stewvart get ready for court week. Be
sides the duties of the clerk's office Mr.
Stewart has been doing a lot of work in
connection with the local exemption
$100 Reward, $100
Theraders of this paper will be
oneasd to larrt that there is at learnt j
be dreaded disease that science has
bth lable to cure in all its stages and
thatlisncatarrh. Catarrh being greatly
tnlecdby constitutional conditions
reure constitutional treatment. Hall's
atsri thdieine is taken internally and
facs hru the Blood on tihe Mucous Sur
faces ondth System th eey destroyin
atient strength by building up the con
stitution andi assisting nature in doing its I
worth inho proprietors have so mch
fatah ithe curative-. powors of Hall's
Hundred Meldicine that they offer One
tudrd olara Yfor any case that it fails
to cure. Bend for list of testimonials.
Address If- J. CTNEY & CO., Toledo,
fine shipment of
1g. His good horse
Come to see them.
s come cheaper to
their own terms.
E, RIDE RIGHT"
We are requested to announce that
there will be a reunion of the Looper
family at Cross Roads church Friday,
September 28. A cordial invitation is
extended to all friends of the family.
Ralph Hester has accepted a position
at Camp Sevier as typewriter and ste
nographer for Captain Bomar, division
quartermaster. He says his friends
may find him within '200 yards of the
depot at Paris.
Notices itiserted itn this oltimn for one celit a
worl for first insertion snd one-half t '1a wore)
for each subsequent insertion
For Sale--If it's farms, houses or
lots you want, I have them. See or
write me. E. L. Henderson, Central,
I' you have any five-foot wood
cut, bring it in at once, as we will not
buy after October 1. Linwood Land
and Investment Co.
For aIle-One dwelling house and
barn on half acre lot on North A street;
shop building 30x84, storehouse, paint
shop and machinery and a stock of goods
on half acre lot; also one 6-h.p. gasoline
engine, grist mill and corn crusher,
which will swap for auto. Also spoke
and handle machine. Will sell or ex
:hange any of above for farm. D. A.
Collins, Easley, S. C. 23
For Sale or Trade-One Ford
touring, one Regal roadster, one 7-pas
ienger Marmon, one truck. Cash or
:erms. T. D. Harris. tf
Puu1ablic teiogra pher-Any one
wishing typewriting or stenographic
work of any kind done, see Miss Gibson
at the office of Carey & Carey, Pickens.
W'e Pay Casah for all chickens,
eggs and peanuts brought us. We also'
eep fresh fruits on hand at all times.
Adams Bros., Pickens. tf
W'a inteal --A good milk cow with a
oung calf. .1. B. Newberry, Pickens.
Forgh ae'-One good mare, 8 years
Id, wegsabout 900 pounds, suitable:
or ladies or anybodly to drive; chea p
or~ cash or good papers. R. F. Herd,
Wan mtecil-Women sixteen years of.
ge andl over to sew. Light work, good*
ay and pleasan t surroundings. We pay
4.00 per week while you learn to sew,
md you (can make from $6.00 to $12.00
iweek after you learn. Anderson
Jnderwear Company, Anderson, S.C. 2
TeanIherM Wantel- (1) Men for
own and country schools, $75 to $100.
2) L adies combining music and common
echool, un precedlentedl demand. (3)
~rade and high school. Can place all
jualified teachers for any the above.
plecial enrollment. Southern Teach
~rs' Agency, Columbia, S. C. 20
Tr.V'3 ArlmenM D~lde Co., Athens,
ja. "They Weigh the Weights." Ship
iides by EX [PRESS. 29
.i0 A4creM IL a n d on main road from
Picke'ns to Aiken's store; some branch
ottom; 4I-room house, outbuildings,
evir'e pasture, good spring, good neigh
orhood and good r'oadst, schools and
shurches. Termsi~ to suit purchasersI.
P'rice, 8500. M. .1. Welborn. 16t
For Ma le -- Good milk cow with
vouing ('alf. M. J. Welbqrn. -Pickens
R 3. Phone 2:303. 15t f
ForI good~ nmanI, madle from good,
soundl, home-raised corn and ground
right, see 8. Clements or~ Guy McFall,
.ih~l LonI egotated on farm lands
in Greenville and Pickens counties.
Long term, cot)s reasonable, interests
5 1-2 per cent. In amounts of $1,000
and over. No restrictions as to use of
money as in lFederal Reserve. Jos. E.
Leach, Attorney, Greenville, S. C. 20
Having lost stock certificate No. 158,
Isaqueena Cotton Mill, Central, S. C.,
issued in March, 1910, notice is hereby
given that I will make application to
the secretary of the Isaqueena Cotton
Mill on September 28, for a new stock
ct W. E. PINSON. 20
J-1-Mc Ai N sAM JIURnAIG
Greenvi , S. U- 'ickenA, S. U.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Offee Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
.l. IOlr't. .\IA RTiIN- .iN(; C. ti-:NRY
MA~RTIN & IHENRY
General fractice of Law,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
O)tllea' Car. iiroard snl:in utt . I'htone 101
IS. FRIENDS I
sense always prompts him to select
Fifty or sixty head. . Do not 9
the farmer than ever before. Our a
s.0 co BROWN'S GOT IT
BROWN GETS IT
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
SaIe Sound and r
We solicit your banking business and will show you cyerv
courtesy and convenience consistent with sound banking princi py
Five per cent. interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY Cashier..
The price of most goods have
advanced, but the farmer that
gets about and has something
to sell never feels the advanced
. prices, for he is constantly sell
ing something that is advanc
Our prices are not as low on a
lot of goods as they were five
years ago, but we are offering
many excellent values all thru
our stock, considering the pres
ent market price.
We want you to bring us what
you have to sell and we will
igtreat you right.
CR AIG BROS CO., Pickens
SGet Valuable Premiums Free by a
SUsing Our Profit-Sharing PlankE
Do your trading at J. WN. Hend1(ricks', where you get,
a coupon with every cash purchaso. Coupons are good 3
Sfor valuable premiums. Call and get a catalog showinig
Sdifferent premiums and how to get thenm without extrai
S I am still giving more goods for less money than aniy
b lody else.
Produce a specialty. *
. Ha s 6 per pound in tradi .. -
Spring Fryers, '20c per pound, up to 40c each.
Hens, 12c per poundl.
Eggs, 40c per dozen at present.
n Our line of Furniture is complete.n
Men's Oxfords and all Summer Goods at greatly
B J. W. HIENDRICKS