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Is it better to trado at a
- ois attetintion is given to se
fiedl or that you trade in s
- o(s, where the only object i
- tot' sert"ice adds value to ti
is satisfactory. We make i
f beenr f'oll(1 iB. this fine pim31
. eriormollts k)tisili'ss. -e S
101'erel'o l' . I rOe -o dK u gi
- traile, andi in retturnr we pro
will in sur yu Vir friendliness
" PICKENS DR
J. N. HALLIJ
News From Pleasant Grove
II eallh in our :ection is very good at
Iresent all ve ry'one seelms to be bus.
getting ready for planting.
Iron the looks o; the apile and the
peach trees now we will have plenty of
fruit this unmeir.
()licers liaoon, Me kinney, Scott
and (osnell (lstrO C(I a still in this sec
tion iloldayl. larch Is, and capturecl
'I'. Fortner and1 li'Ilest. (.'issoen. The
still was ahb et half' a mile fromt Pleas
ant G'ru\v chutrch and( almost. within
right ofl' the pul i road.
Somte l'. S. a1rtillbrv op'ened practice
" ;at ('levehodnl, seven niles fromt this
pllace , on .'I1ndiay' morning, 1arch 1IS
1and1 it ounds like gh i ng is almost at
(u dU1 r 1) 'I . ;, ar 111 I f3 our-i nlc
I l~~~un.a 1' tal repolrt;, 1can he he'ardi ver,
plain from3 her1'. The shells can be
heard passing thrut the air until they hit
the mountatin-:side andu burst. It takes
a the)) about teln stconsl to toravel thi
'leasant G grove school ch se last I ri
day, March 22. Misses Snith and IlIer
have been our teache rs an1d we1 are tor
ry to see them leave.
''. W. I loward nf (ret nville move
his mother from that place to l-:de l)ill
place in this section last week.
P. G. S.
Iurricane Township Singing
The4 IILiurricane Tlownship' singinj
conlven)tion will mieet with Six M il
1Hapt ist churc on 4 the first Sunda
afternoon in A pr-i at 2 :30. All sinIge'
invited to at tendl.
I. C. F~ew,
.1 ac(k )al tonl.
Notice of Finaul Settlement and Discharg
Notice is he~reby given that I will maik
appl1lic'at ion toe .1. lH. Newberry'\, k.sq .
-lutdge 4o i~ robate' o Pic'kens1 coun11ty
im the State ofl Southl Car'olina, on1 tii
11th day of April, 1918, at 10 ('cloc'k
mI the foenolon. or' as soon4 t hereaf'te
aS said appellienationenn b4 e heard, to
leave to makel~o hutal se'ttlment of th
e'state eef Samunel Y oung, dle('ensed, no
obtamn d isc'harIge ats adi n is'tra torl of Si<
e'state. TI. WV. YolrN(:,
l~ichmlondl Pe'arson IHoso will speail
in the Sail*t Pul MIethIodlist Ch uri''
ne.\t Suniday morn'Iinlg at 11 :30 o'clock
Iron, Pepsin ai
The best tonic you've ex
to pay for expc
Plenty Colorite- al
R.E 'ei, rp
thing To You?
f rug store where every courte
tid you away completelv satis
omo store of inlifercnt meth
s to get your muoney? Satisfac
1e goods you buy. Our service
t so. For many years we have
ciple till it has built our present ".
atisfaction of our customers, -:
reatest asset. We want your
nmise to give you service that '
and continu(ed patronage.
M, Prop. & Mgr.
e No.8 '
Stores Close at 7.00 P. M.
Ve, the undersigned merchants of
l'ickens, agree to close our stores at
7:00 o'clock p. in., "new time,'' begin
ning April 15th and going to September
Folger. Thornley & Co..
Craig Bros. Co.,
Pickens I1ldw. & Grocery Co.,
T. 1). harris,
Morris & Co..
[4 Friday, A1pril 5th, is to mark thehbe
ginning of an old-tinne tent meeting at
the Glenwood Mill, Easlev. The
''exas Gospel Band has been employed
for this work. This band has just come
from a three weeks' meeting in Iva, S.
C. Previous to the [va meeting the
same hand held a meeting at I,iherty.
Ti(hey also held one at Central, and sev
eral other places near. Everybody
To Pickens Circuit Churches
My location for the present is at the
home of Bro. I. 11. Watt, near
Ilagood's mill. If I am needed in case
of emergency, call Mr. Alonzo Pace,
Sam C. I)unlap,
Pastor in Charge.Pickens Circuit.
I'. I.. l'inle', who has conducte a
mighty goodimeat 'market in Pickens
for a lon g time, left this week for
'Spartanhurig where hie will engage in
the same business. I (is family will re
main here far t he piresen t. F. H . Hop
kinis has purchased the market here and
.1 lhi ( 'onley of Central has charge of it.
A telegram was received by relatives
inth cityo the 1-1th March, announc
ing thle death in a hospital in the ci ty
of Savan nah, Ga.,, that morning of
Mi's, I.elandh lsoggs. Mr's. .1. 8. Robin
son andl Mr's. ( . P'. Smith, sisters of
-Mr. Hoggs, lef't immediately for Savan
hiahi to at tend the funeral and to be with
thi'r brother and his family in their
b here(avemnent. Desides her husband,
Mrs. Hoggs is survived by five small
children. -Easley Progress. Mr. and
M rs. Poggs lived in the Nimmons section
oif P'ickens county several years ago
and have many friends in this county.
ie is a son of Mrs. M. E. Hoggs.
Lid Nux Vomica
er taken, You don't have
nsive alcohol, etc.
D; 3 for $2.50
Phonue 2.4 mikesS..
Charlie Yongue and A. J. Bogga of
Clemson College were at home for the
Miss Inez Morris is visiting her sis.
ter, who is attending Chicora College,
Mrs. E. M. Miles and Mrs. I)ora
Peet, of Greenville, are visiting Mrs.
T. J. Mauldin in Pickens.
Jolly John Craig has sold his interest
in the store of Craig Bros. Co. to E. I.
Craig and is now with Bivens & Co.
Many Pickens people attended the big
Liberty Loan parade in Greenville last
Thursday when about 18,000 soldiers
passed in review.
U Mrs.: J. P. Carey, Jr., has returned
from a trip to Charleston and Colum
bia. She represented Pickens county
at a liberty loan meeting at Columbia.
The Iistrict Grammar school contest
for Pickens District will be held in the
Pickens Graded School Auditorium on
Saturday morning commencing at ten
The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will
meet with Mrs. Olar Hinton on Monday
the 8th instant, at four o'clok. Every
woman in the church is invited to be
Rev. J. M. Stewart, who has been
quite sick, is better. Mr. Stewart is
is one of the county's oldest and best
citizens and numerous friends will be
pleased to know he is growing stronger.
Mi. ses Frances Bruce of Converse
College spent Easter with her parents,
Mr. and M9s. J. MeD. Brued. She was
accompanied by two of her classmates,
Misses Gertrude Mason and Grace Boy
We :are requested to call attention
to the fact that an election will be
held next Saturday for three trustees
of the Pickens school. It has been four
ye'frs since trustees of this scheol have
Miss Fournay, State Demonstration
Agent, will be at the school house on
Thursday morning at ten oclock to teach
how to make cheese. Every woman,
both from the town and country, is in
vited to be present and learn this good
There will be a musical entertainment
at the school house Friday night, April
5th, 1918, at eight o'clock. It is to be
given by the Timrod Literary Society
for the benefit of the school paper.
The admission Swill be only ten cents.
Everybody be sure to come.
Sergeant John T. Flahiff, an Amenri
can soldier who fought in some of the
greatest battles of the present war
with a Canadian regiment and who bas
been "over the top" many times, will
lecture at the Pickens school audito
rium Thursday night, A pril 1L. Larger
announcement will be~ made next week.
This will be his only lecture in Pickenr
The "daylight saving'' plan wvent inte
effect all over the U~nited States April
1st wvhen time, as registered by clockr
and watches, wvas pushed up one hour.
Trains, p~ostoffices and all p~ublic utili
ties are now being r-un on the new tim(
and will continue so until October. II
you haven't run your clock or watce
forward one hour this week you are he.
A meeting for the purpose of arous
ing interest in .thie third Liberty Loar
will be held in Pickens late Saturda3
a fternoon. Full arrangements h ave nol
been completed, but it is announcec
that there will be a parade about sever
o'clock and a prominent speaker wil
make an address in the court house im
mediately after the parade. A largE
attendance is expected.
Sanm B. Craig, County Fogd Adminis
trator, requests us to announce' that thE
Food Administration has ruled thai
Smerchants must not sell to town custo
mers more than twenty-four pounds ol
flour, at one time, and' that the substi
gates have to be sold1 with this same a~
before. Any help that you can give it
getting the p~eople to carry out all o
tihe orders of the administration will b:
appreciated and will be great work fol
Lieut. A. N. Wilson, who is statione4
at Camp Pike, Little Rock, Ark.-, pai
a short v'isit last week to his aunt, Mrs
J. M. H~ailum, near Liberty. and hi
cousins, Prof. R. T.i and Dr. J. N. Hal
lum, of Pickens. Lieut. Wilson's pit
rents left Pickens county some fift;
years ago for the West and he had nev
cr seen his Pickens county kinspeopl
until last week. H~e was on his wa;
hack to Camp Pike after condlucting
troop train to an Atlantic seap~ort. 11
+ is a ver y interesting talker and state
. that Uncle Sam is sending troops
I' France just as fast as ships can carri
+. them, which is faster than some peop!
imagine, lie also madse an interestin~
Sshotrt talk to the schlool childr-en whil
Miss Lucile McClanahan .spent last
week-end at her home in Liberty.
This is campaign year and you will
want your County paper. Don't let
- your subscription expire.
Airs. lkertran Porter, of Greenville,
is vi.iting her parents hero for a few
days. v r. Porter came over and spent
Messrs. .J. 1. Looper of the Mount
Carmel section and W. V. ,T. Nalley of
Pickens purchased Chevrolet automo
biles from j. H. Bruce last week.
We are very glad to state that Mrs.
R. C. Gantt of West End is able to be
up and has about recovered from a se
vere attack of measles and pneumonia.
All persons, whether veterans, wid
orws, or descendants, who wish to ob
tain a Cross of Honor on June 3d.wil%
please make application without delay
to the President of the Pickens Chap
ter U. ). C.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Boggs of Liber
ty received [a cablegram Monday con
veying to them the glad intelligence
that their son. Lewers, who is in the
construction corps of the army, had ar
rived safely in France.
W. A. 'Thompson, of the U. S. army,
is visiting his parents, Er. and Mrs. J.
IL. O. Thompson, in Pickens. Willie is
in the medical corps of the aviation
branch of the army and is stationed at
Talliaferro Aviation Field No. 2, near
Fort Worth, Texas.
Seed Corn for Sale
I have about ninety bushels of pure
Marlboro which was made on one acre
in ickens county last year. Will sell
this corn for seed at $3.00 per bushel
and purchaser may pick own seed. Seed
was ordered new last year and has beeni
kept pure. .1. A. ROPER,
50 Central Route 3.
Noth-es isnsertl in tIs cos luni fur one ent '
word fur first inserlion auct one-half cent N word
for each lMIlse iuent inwrtion
W e -e in the market for dried
beans. Craig Bros. Co., Pickens. 51!
My corn mill will be closed Wednes
day and 'Thursday of each week until
further notice. Guy MeFall. 50
For Sale--Two good horses and
mule. Will Ferguson, Pickens. tf
Wanted-At the State Hospital
for the Insane, Columbia, white
women, preferably between the ages
of eighteen and thirty years, as stu
dent nurses and attendants. For in
formation write the superintendent. 51
For Sale-30 bushels mixed, well
sacked peas, at $3.50 the bushel, f. o. b.
Central, S. C.; No. 9 Oliver type
writer, good as new, going at a sacri
fice. See or write me, Central, S. C.
E. L. Henderson. 50
WVanted- several hundred cords of
good pine wood; will pay $4.50 per cord.
Pickens Mill. 48
Automanobl~e P'arM. -We are now
handling automobile supplies and have
on hand a line of Ford parts. Pickens
Hardware and Grocery Co. .51
U will pay cash market price for all
eggs and peanuts delivered to me at
Pickens. Dan Adams. tf
F'or Male-Two mules cheap for
cash or good note. Phone M. J. Wel
born, Pickens, S. C., Phone 2303. t f
Forii Sale- --at half value--Corn and
cob crusher, corn mill, automobile. A.
A. Pace, Pickens, R. 3; Phone 2621. tf
Pr'estonu' Planuti't-Send for de
serlptive p)rice list on vegetable plants;
especially sweet potato. Fred M. Pres
ton, Orlando, Fla. 52
Moneyuq to *ialnn on Real Estate.
A. P. DuBose, attorney, 'phone 210,
Greenville. S. C. tf
MIortgag~e BInnksl~-For sale at
Trhe sentinel office; best form printed
on good paper; Ge each. tf
~FRAIL THEM i
If you have cane seedA
*beat them out and biring
.them to us, also bring
uS your eggs, roosters,
jdry hams, p0op corn, in
Sfact anything in the pr'o-::
-*duc'e line that we can*
turn for you, it wvill be
3our pleasure to (10 it.
;''Craig Bros. Co.
All mlaster Masons are requested to
be present washout foil at our next reg
ular Communication which meets on
April 20t11, 1918, for homecoming of all
Masons belonging to Keowee Lodge No.
79, and to attend the presentation of a
service flag to the Lodge in honor of
six Masons who are tnow in the service
of their country.
By order of the Worshipful Master.
A. M. Morris, W. M.
J as. P. Carey, .J r., Sec 'y.
March 25th, 1918.
Mr. and Mt s. Frank E. Alexander
and Mrs. C. E; Robinson attended the
funeral of Mr. lenry F. .Alexander at
Seneca on last Sunday a fternoon.
- - hot bE
Fe L ,~ ce ips, y
'MPORTERS ,ROASTAS Evhat
wftc~gA .S. ~
"When It P<
9 ON THE SAS
less money 1
JIBring me y<
Skinds. I pa;
a Yours for tr
The Right T
Never beforef wouild your pa
0r corn buyi~ as much( lumber
half as mucih f airm pIoduc(o tt
ber now ash it. (did in 1914. Th'
can s.et Standlard Value at a
That timo~is now if in need1 of hi
Phone No. 12 - PICKE
Do You Want
If you own lan'l in Pi(
counties and~ wvant to sell
good farm lands in the a
canisupply your wants.
AND)ERSON, S. C
bf a Iaxwel mw mtuidig.~ a
Services at Porter's Chapel
On Saturday, April G, at Porter's
Chapel, Presiding Elderl. E. -Turnip
seed will preach and hold corqmunion at
11 a. m. The second quart ly confer
once is to be held immediately after.
The presiding elder will preach again
on Sunday, April 7, at 11 a. n., at the
A full attendaned of the officers Yf
the various churches is earnestly re
quested. All who have heard Rev.
Turnipseed preach regard him as a man
of strong persuasion and inspirational
Sam C. Dunlap,
Pastor in Charge.
See The Sentinel for Printing
t a Cup orTwo
AM-AND-EGGS and a cup
of steaming, stimulating
nne. What better start could
idy have for the day's work;
sanitary, air-tight tin locks
flavor in! Buy a can of
you don't agree it's the best
verage that ever passed your
our grocer will give you back
you paid for it, and ask no
ons. So, there.
urs, It Reigns"
iE OLD PLAN '
re goods for
>Ur peas, eggs
produce of allM
y the highest
s at all times.D
ime to Build
unid of cotton, bulshe) of w'heat
as now. It takes only about
buy the same amount of Ium
e ight time to buy is when you
n unusually reasonablie price.
1mber.01 Let us supply you r needsq
L'ILE & LUMBER Co.
NS, SOUTH CAROLINAI
to Sell or Buy?
:kens, Oconee or Anderson
it, or if you want to buy
bove counties, see nme. I
Il( CKENS, S. (C.
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