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ON THE SAME OLD PLAN
GIVING more goods for
less money than anybody r
Bring me 'your peas, eggs
and country produce of all
nm kinds. I pay - the highest n
x market prices at all times.
-tl Your business appreciated.
Yours for trade,
An Ad. in The Sentinel Brings Results
THERE is very little in the line
of merchandise that can be called
bargains these days. We have
some Real Bargains in Furniture;+
bought before theltremendouslad- 4
vance in almost everything. If +
you need anything in +
e The FURNITURE [iNE:I
SCall and see what weldhavre. It 4>
will pay you big.+
Come to See Us Anyway 44
CRMIG BROS. CO.*
7Pickens, s. C.
I 25-acre farm 8 miles from Central; Why wvill you suff'er from the mos:
'9150 worth of wvire fencing; two houises; dlreadecd dlisease, wh~ena L-ltheumo ha:
lace has made 2(6 hales oh cotton; run- proven the greatest remedy for pas'
ning water, good neighbor'hood, on pub- 25 years. Tfhousandls of people testi
l ic road, near church and sc'hool, plen ty fy to its Wonderful Cures. jThisLfu
oh timber. 'One of the greatest bar- mous prescription should be in you:
sains ever oil'ered here. home. Have it ready. Take it wher
Ask E. L,. I lenderson. (Cntro'l. 8. ( . you feel that first pain. L-Rhemuno b~
- - - your friend. Ask--Central Drug Co
Central, S. C.; Pickens Drug Co
Pickens, S. C.
WVe are in p~ooi tion to let you have ')WIMAI'IN.1a I ::: n
inoney on farm lands at 7 per (cnt in- ' "T ^T
terest 5 andt10 year ' time. Als hr
McSWAIN & CRIAG,
38-tf. Piekens, s. C. General Practice of Law,
Notice of Final Settlement and Dischairge (A ImI NN VIL L E S. C.
Notice is hereby given th a t I will make iat. 'a.I ntSatMilSN 'hot 14
application to J1. H. Newhery, Esq...........
Juagc frrobsate""icenscuti Porter's Pressing Cu
day~of March, 1918, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, or as soon thereafter as siaid Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
application can be hleardl, for leave to'E.
make final settlement of the estate of tering, Ec
arg a e ofsa t t~n s-Suits are sent for and dleliveredl when
44hng As e .cs xecutor o adett. promised and the work is (lone by an
'14 . .J fl ucs, Exe utor - expert. W ork guaranteed.
---- ---- ----Suits pressed at 25c per smit; cleaning
M( SA I '^ M ni. R A IG and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
(..aeenvile~s SC. P ikens, S. C. suit. Special attention given) to Iadie's'
flcSwaini & Craig ""e appreciate your pnn,
LAWYERS out' B. B. 'PORTER, Proprietor,
l'ractico in State and Fednral Cut At Porter'S Barber Shop.
Greenville ' .e:e Phone 210,,
Pickens Office Phone 39 Telephone No. 38
Court in Session
Court convened in Pickens Monday
and a large ou mbe of pOple were pres
ent Monday and ,5118y. Judge Wil.
son is presiding d, While we have not
bee, able to -Itend court, we have
hear& many pnplimentary remarks
madiirabout, , Solicitor Martin and
Stenogra rAfiderson are in their
piachq":As this is written (Tuesday
inoeo) thero has not been time to trans
act v' much business. tho several
minor k~ses have been disposed of. R.
G. Gaines was made foreman of the
and jury and it will finish its work I
.uesday afternoon. Full proceedings
in next issue of The Sentinel.
Mrs. Harriet A. Freeman died at
her home near Dacusville on Janu
ary 21, 1918, aged 73 years. She
was a highly esteemed lady and had
been a member of Peter's Creek
Baptist church many years.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
State of South Carolina,
We, W. C. Hamilton and R. G.
Gaines, by mutual agreement and
for valuable consideration, hereby
dissolve the partnership of Gaines
and Hamilton, andt no act of either
of us will bind the other. This the
21st day of November, 1917.
(Signed,) R. G. GAINES.
.13. W. C. HAMILTON.;
CHICHESTER S PILLS
Ark yates :Iru gst for CHII-CHP.lEtIR S
DIAMIOND BSRAND) PILLS ini Rc '14d
Gor.D inetnlic boxes, sealed with Blue
Ribbon. TAgO 140 OTNEXIt Bn your..
DIAMOND BRCAND PILLS, for twenty-five
years recgrded ns bnest,Safest, Always Ret able.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
linU EVERYWHERE WORTH
Help to Win the War
We can all hielp a little by raising
our supplies at home. Pickens
county helpcd last year and the re
suIlts are liere to show Pickens
never hadl more of the necefssaries
Our advice would be to try again
for a buinjner crop of supplies.
May we figue- with you on youtr
Morris & Company.
Phone No. 36--Use it
(.,. J )EAN
Surveyor and Civil Engineer
CENTR'AL, S. C:,
There is e
EDWiN L. BOL1
WE ARE RECEIVING SH
most every day, goods 1
such as Ginghams, Percels,
ings, etc. These goods are
cheaper than we could buy t1
ufacturers, inmany instances
spring buying early, as all ki
sure to be higher and white goods seem hig
higher a little later on. By )lacing our coni
sell you goods cheaper than the store that h,
can save you money and make' it to your
You can come here and find what, you want
the few prices quoted below:
All kinds of bright new Ginghams in
amoskeg, utility, three star, etc.,
guaranteed colors. Price per yard 1wC
Apron Ginghams 13 1-2c, 18c and .. .. 20c
Good heavy Hickory Shirting, per yd. 20c
Good heavy Shirting Cneviotts, per n
yard . .c
We also-have a fulliline of Men's and E
probnbly have the largest stock of Shoes to I
your trade and will pay your railroad fare an
EDWIN L. BOL
"The Store That
THE MAN WHO READS I
3avs Mr. Claience Poe, one of N
Te P ickeis c i iien who read TilE PIC
thIoseP who do n1o0. 'ih 111intel is primarily
of Pickens countfy, irrespective of class or polit
U Are a Pa
11 make every acre r
.food crops, cotton a.
needed by our coun
rve your country an
uig each acre liberally
" IT PA YS TO USE Th
national car anid labor shortage.
S SWIFT & CO. FEIR
Factories: Atlanta, Albany, La~ri
WIL.MINGTON and GI
CHESTER and COI
r & GOMPANY
IPMENTS of New Goode
we contracted for last
Shirtings, Cheviotts, Sh
>n sale at our store to
te same goods from the ir:
so we advise you to do y I
nds of dry goods are aln
h today. They will Probably be very
;racts early last fall. We are in positi'
is bought only ree-0y. We are sur
interest to do your trading with this 1c,1
at the price you want to pay,
Best grade LL Sheeting, 16 2-3c per
Best grade heavy Drill, per yard
Men's heavy Overalls, about 1.350\1
value. 6ur price
Men's heavy Every Day Shirts,
made of good heavy cheviott
oys' Clothing. A full line of Snoes.
)e found in Pickens county. We appr
y time your purchase amount to $10 or
's Always Busy."
IS THE MAN WHO LEA
orthI Cartol ina's foremiost cit izens.
KENS 8EN TINEl have the advaitaan
a county paper and purposes to serve the pu
ics. $1.50 a yr., $1 for 8 nontis. 50c for 4
roduce its ut
ud tobacco, all
try. You wvill
.d yourself by
Delay is dangerous.
TI LIZER WORKS
CRARLOTTE, N. C.
mnge, Moultrie, Savannah, Ga.
tEENSBORO, N. C.,
LUMBIA, S. C.
rnley & Co.