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If so use Rexall Foot Powder. Toughens them and pre
nfl If so use Hallum's Cough
DOYOU COUGH Rmedy. It is what you
/ DOS YUR ACKAND KIDNEYS BOTHER
DOES YOUR BACK ,~g%?E eH
' YOU? If so use Hallum's
Backache and Kidney Pills. They will put you right. 50 cents
HAVE YOU A COL9 AND HEADACHE? If so
______________________use Rexall Cold Tablets.
And maybe Hallum's Liver Cleansers. 25 cents.
Yours to please,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. 114 LLIJM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
7 More Days
On account of the large number of people who have
told us and sent us word that they intended to take
advantage of The Sentinel's special two-year subscrip
tion offer, but were unable to see us on account of the
bad weather, we have decided to extend the offer one
month. So during January we will accept two-year
subscriptions at $2.50. This is open to old and new
subscribers alike. More subscribers have already
taken advantage of this offer than we expected, but
we want all to have the same chance.
This Is Campaign Year
And of course you will want your county paper. If
you are interested in the welfare of your county you
can't afford to do without it. Then of course you
want to keep up as much as possible with Pickens
county boys in the army.
The Legislature Is In Session
And we expect to keep you posted on the things it
does, especially that which affects Pickens county.
The Pickens Sentinel
PICKENS RAiLWAY COMPANY
liME TABLE NO. 17, SUPERCilDING TIME TABLE NO. 16
No. 1 No. : . No. S Dis. tiii. ' N.2 No4 N.6
7.55 A.mn 11.20 A m 3.40 P. MI Lv0PcesA 10 .M14.P .0P
8.00 " 11.25 "3.45 " egsnx .0 45
8.10 " 11.35 "3.50 " asn 95 .5 44
8.15 " 11.40 " 5 7.0 Ar ai 90 13 3
8.2 1145 OO Maldi x 35 1.35 " .4530
4.0 A. asley I. - .3 1,15 " 4.25 "
x No agent.
No. 1 connects with Southern ltillway traini Nos. 29) and 4(
Nos. 3 and 4 connect with Southern Itailwvay trains Nos. 39) aI
12. Nos. 5 and 6 connect with Southern 1Ry. tram No. 11. Al
Bxpre~ss handled by the Pickens lRailroad company. For fuirthie
information apply to .J. TF. TAYLOR. Geon. Mgr,., Pickenis, 8, (C
2CURE IS STILL THE LEADER*
ELIEF is what you want when you
ftcough. Have you tried Lewis White .
Pine Cough Syrup? Has no mor- :
phine and will loosen your cough.
We are selling a combination cold :
treatment of Laxacold Tablets and our
Cough Syrup for 45c or 25c for either
Netter T'rylIt Today
R. E. Lewis, Prop. Phone 24 Plckens, S. c.
Try an Advertisement in The Sentinel
D. H. Kennemur and J. M. Huni
prominent citizens of Liberty, wer
business visitors here Monday.
B. A. Hagood of Pickens and Charlet
ton was elected a trustee of the Un
versity of South Carolina last week.
Mr. James Wood of Murphy brough
to The Sentinel office last week a gour
which is five feet and three inches long
Until further notice Rev. E. T. Hodge
wilg preach at the Pickens Mill churc
at 2:30 o'clock every fourth Sunday a
ternoon instead of 7:30 as heretofore.
Up to January 1, 1918, there had bee
14,028 bales of cotton of the 1917 cr<
ginned in Pickens county, as compare
with 14,646 of 'the same date last yea
Messrs. Ernest Folger of Pickens a1
W. W. Robinson of Easley are in No
York this week buyiug spring and sur
mer goods for their respective store
All dry goods and clothing stores
Pickens were closed Monday by ord
of the fuel administrator. They w
also be closed every Monday during t
nett nine weeks.
Pickens Township Singing conventi
will meet with Secona church ne
Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. A n<
supplypf song books is expected to
on hand at this meeting.
T. J. Mauldin was re-elected judge
the Thirteenth Judicial circuit withe
opposition by the legislature last wee
He is considered one of the best judg
in the state. He is holding court
If the weather permits the regul
monthly meeting of the Womal
Foreign Missionary Society of t
Methodist church will be beld at t
home of Mrs. W T. McFall next Frid
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock,
Mrs. Sallie Sutherland, who has be
spending some months with her sc
homer, in Charlotte, N. C., has retui
ed to Pickens to the pleasure of I
many friends. Homer has joined I
Mexican corps of the army.
We are sorry to state that Prob
Judge Newbery slipped on the ice Sund
and was considerably bruised. Ie v
unable to get to his office Monday mo
ing, but no bones are broken and
hurts are not considered serious.
Mrs. Inez Crump, one of the teach,
of the Pickens graded school, acciden
fell on the ice Sunday afternoon at I
home of her father. W. C. Keith,
few miles out of town, and sustair
quite a shock. She was unconscious
some time. Medical aid was summor
at once. No liones were broken e
Sunday 1pight she was resting quiet
All cotton mills in Pickens coum
wvere closed closed down from last F~
day morning until WNednesday morni
-five days-in compliance wvith F
Administrator Gar field's coal-saving
der. The Piekens and Easley mills p
their operatives half time during1
five days. The other mills may ha
done the same thing. but we have '
heard from them.
Married at the residence of Augus
Gantt at the Pickens Mill v'illage, Si
day morning, Miss Mildred Bailey
Mr. Virgil Lewis, M. F. Hester, N.
I performmng the ceremrony in his us
r happy and felicitous manner. Af
,the ceremony the guests were invi
into the dining rooml where a splen
dinner was waiting and it made th
t'org(et all about the wvar.
There will he a regular communi
tion of Keowee Lodge. No. 79, F.f
A. M., next Saturday night, .Janui
26th, at '7:30 All members urgedl
be present. A. M. Monalus, W. M
Money to Loan on Farm Lall
\Ve are in pooitionm to let you hti
money on farm lands at 7 per cent
terest; 5 and 10 years' time. Also sh<
tielasat 8 per cent. See us qui<
tim lonsMcSWAIN & CRIA (,
38-tf. Pic kens, S. C
S otices insieted ini this oluiim for onueiie
V. (tt rfor firs ins(ert int, nnd oneitL'iIif (eit n wt
.A F'ew thousand dlollars to loan
clhents on real e'state. C. E. Robinse
Monuey to ioanu on Real Estal
A. P. D~uBose, attorney, 'phone 21
Greenville, S. C. tf
Foru Sale.- 30o aes~ fine practical
h1t land 14 miles city limits of Gree
I ' iil on top soil roadl, near schools at
churches; i mile to small R. R. statio
Smile to Interurban station; goodl chi
subsoil. A tine proplosition for a smi
subdivision or a nice home. Small fiv
room house and spring. Cheap at $2
per aecre. G. A. Ellis, Greenville, S.
lhe 164A. 41.
Mules and Horses
WILL BE IN NORRIS January
I 25th with a car load of young
MULES and HORSES for sale.
Will be there a month or six
weeks. Come early and get your
PICK AT RIGHT PRICES
F. S. HENDRICKS
le rj -,JJ~J
ut Am Doing Business *
tt !ON THE SAME OLD PLAN
h GIVING more goods for
a less money than anybody
Bring me your peas. I will give
you $4.20for White Peas and
n $2.40 and $2.50 for other kinds.
fI pay 15c pound for hens. 20c n
m pound for friers, up to 50c each.
p 40c for roosters. 25 to 30c for z t
he hams. r: t
ed Yours for trade, I
. w. HENDRICKS
':T HERE is very little in the line
3* of merchandise that can be called
+ bargains these days. We have
some Real Bargains in Furniture;
b ought before the tremendous ad
iyvance in almost everything. If
you need anything in
SThe FURNITURE LINE
_Call and see what we have. It
J~1 will pay you big.
Co me to See Us Anyway
4 CR4AIG BROS. CO.+
Pickens, S. C.$
An Ad. in The Sentinel Brings Results
For the purpose of
winding upithe Heath
Bruce-Morrow Co. we
are going to sell their
holdings in real estate
as follows, at bargains
16 1-4 Acres
Half mile south of the
court house. All in
About 7 miles west of
Pickens. Will cut this
tract up to suit pur
1One House and
SIn towvn of Pickens.
On the Oolenoy river.
40 acres of good bot
tomn land, dry and does
not overflow. Well
Four miles north of
If you want to buy
a farm cheap it will
pay you to see me at
my office in KeI
Bank. * oc
R. E. BRUCE