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Do Your "Bit"
Help Uncle Sam and The Boys
Come in and let us explain,to you about
WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
WE SELL. THEM
* Be sure to visit our Soda
Fountain. Our drinks are
hard to equal.
Yours to please,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J1. N. HA LLUM, Prop. & lgr.
Phone No. 8
Luzianne and Corn Pone
JHEN you see your mammy, Honey,
c telbringin' in the coffee and the pone, you
can tell before you taste it that the coffee's
- .Luzianne-sure-nuf-by the whifs a-streaming,
steaming in-the air.
When It It's the coffee-Luzianne-you remember
and you hanker after it until you get another
Pour, It cup.
ResIAJIZ ~ Luzianne Coffee (your grocer has it) comes
put up in tins. Try it tomorrow morning for
breakfast. If it isn't all you expect, you can
get your money back.
Luzianne for aroma, fragrance and snap.
QStill Doing Business
SAt Same Old Place !
And keeping up my old policy of giving
uMore Goods for Less Money
Bring me your frying chickens. I pay top of g
Smarket for them.
Men's and Boys' Clothing
Anybody in need of clothing should give me )(
a chance to suit them. Have a big line at prices M
Sto suit the buyer.
All kinds of dry goods as near as anybody
can get them, at right p~rices.
Full line of shoes and slippers for men,
women and children.
Yours for trade,
J. W. HENDRICKS
* The Right Time to Build
Never before would your pound of cotton, bushel of whleat
or corn buy as much lumb~er as now. It takes only about
half as much farm produce to buy thc same amount of lum-b
ber now as it did in 1914. The right time to buy is when you
can uet Standard Value at an unusually reasonable price.
rThat time is now if in need of lumbewr. L1 et us supp~ly your needs
PICKENS MERCANT1LE & LUMBER CO.
Phone No. 12 - PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Mrs. Lou Curtis is visititlg at Sib
C. E. Robinson, jr., and family spent
Sunday with relatives here.
Mrs. B. C. Baker and daughter,
Esther, spent Friday in Greenville.
Born, unto Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Ken
nemur, of Liberty, April 5th, a son.
Mr. Eugene Yongue of Greenville
spent the week-end with his parents
H. A. Jennings and family of Green
ville, spent Sunday in Pickens with
Dr. T. A, Seawright and J. P. Carey,
Jr., were business visitors in Columbia
Mrs. J. L. O. Thompson and children,
Alice and Lewis, spent last week-end
Democratic clubs will be reorganized
next Saturday. See notice by Chair
man Norris in this paper.
Jas. M. Gantt, who is working with
a construction company at Spartanburg,
spent Sunday with homefolks in Pick
Married by J. B. Newbery, J. P., at
his residence, April 14, 1918, Miss Nel
lie Bagwell and Courtenay Durham of
Mr. and Mrs. Van Ellison, who have
been living at the Pickens Mill village
several years, have moved to the Alice
Mill at Easley.
Are you reading "Over the Top," the
serial story that is being published it
The Sentinel? If not, you should begir
this week. It is not too late.
There will be a special service ir
Grace Methodist church next Sunday
morning at 11:15. Subject: Prayer.
All are cordially invited to unite.
Married, on Wednesday, April 3rd, a
the home of J. J. Prince, N. P., nea1
Greenville, Mr. Ernest Mauldin an<
Miss Lola Tinsley. Bothlof Easley.
'The readers of The Sentinel who ar
Master Masons, are notified and urge
to attend the regular communication o
.Keowee Lodge on Saturday night, 20t
Bro. A. M. Simmons, true to appoint
ment, delivered a sermon in the Picken
Baptist church last Sunday afternoo
which was much enjoyed by those wh
heard him. He is destined to be
power for good in the Master's servicE
The Woman's Christian Temperanc
Union will meet Thursday afternoon
3:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. 19
Glantt. The subject for study at th
meeting is Woman Suffrage. It is1
be hoped that all the members will 1
The preliminaries of the trianguhi
debate between Carolina, Florida ar
Tennessee was held Monday night
the Society Hall of the University<
South Carolina. R~ev. E. T. Hiodge
received a telegram Tuesday rnornini
that his son, Edward P. Hodges, we
the first slace.
Sergeant FlIahifl', an American soldiE
who fought in France with a Canadia
regiment, made an interesting talk
the Pickens school house last Trhursda
night. His experiences are practicall
as related in "Over the Top," tho b
did not go into as much detail andl relat
as nmnny experiences as "Over th
N. B. D~ial, candidate for Unite
States senate, was in Pickens last Fr
day in the interest of his candidac3
Mr. Dial is a wealthy business man c
Laurens and made the race againm
Senator Tillman four years ago. H
states that he intends making an as
gressive and clean campaign and hi
chances of election look good to him.
James Jodie Robinson died at th
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J]
E. Robinson, near Easley, on Marc
30th. He was 18 years of age an
leaves besides his parents, one brother
Robert Robinson, and one sister, Mrs
Leila Owens. The remains were car
ried to Cedar Rock church the seconi
day following his death fqr interment
- Easley Progress.
Married, at the residence of the bride
on Sunday last, April 7, Miss Lucy Win
chester, of Mountain View, Picken
county, and Marion Abercromble, o
Salem. The bride is a daughter of th
late Matt Winchester, the groom beinj
a son of Rev, and Mrs. C. R. Abercrom
h'ie. TIho ceremony wus performed b3
ReQv. R. A. Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Ab
ererombie will make their home in th<
Sale~m section. TIhey have numerous
frienids in Oconee and Pickens counties
who will join wvith The Courier in ex
tending to them every good wish. -Keo
Miss Eva Holcombe was the guest of
Mrs. B. B. LaBoon this week.
Dr. Blakeley and wife are visiting
the latter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. S,
Henry Sutherland last Wednesday re
ceived a cablegram announcing the safe
arrival in France of his brother Homer
Sutherland, who is connected with the
medical department of the army. .
County Agent T. A. Bowen will be al
Oolenoy school house next Saturday af
ternoon at 2:30 o'clock to organize' a
boys' corn club. Mrs. J. P. Carey, jr.,
will also be there in the interest of the
third Liberty Loan. Misses Mauldin
and Fourney, demonstration agents will
also be there and give a demonstration
in the making of cottage cheese. Ev
erybody in the community invited tc
In order to differentiate between the
wholesale and retail departments of the
business the Globe Optical Co. of Green
ville has changed the firm name of the
retail department to Odom-Schade Op
tical Co., while the wholesale depart
ment will continue as the Globe Optical
Co. This is one of the largest houses
of its kind in the South and enjoys the
confidence of a large number of custom
ers, many of whom reside in Pickens
Why will you suffer from this most
dreadful disease when L-Rheumo has
proven the Greatest Remedy for the
past 25 years? Thousands of people
testify to its wonderful cures. This
famous prescription should be in your
home. Have it ready when you fee
that first sharp shooting pain Ask t<
be shown our money guarantee. De
mand the bottle . with big L. Price
$1.00 and pay no more.
For sale by Pickens Drug Co., Pickens
S. C., Central Drug Co., Central, S. C.
or write Chapman-Alexander Laborato
ries, Greenyille, S. C.
This is campaign year and you wil
want your county paper. Don't le
your subscription expire.
Seed Corn for Sak
I have about ninety bushels 'of pur
Marlboro which was made on one acr
in Pickens county last year. Will set
I this corn for seed at $3.00 per bushe
and purchaser may pick own seed. See
was ordered new last year and has bee
h kept pure... .... J. A. ROPER,
50 Centryl Route 3.
a Notices insertet in i hi couintt for 'me cent
word for firstLisertioni and one-half r'nta wOr
for cachi ,ubse(,uetit Ist.ertiori
e WVauated-Automobile mechanic:
Lt painters, carpenters and laborers. Ar
-derson Motor Company, Rock Hill,i
is __ -_ 2
o Wet nre in the market for ni<
country dried apples. Craig Bros. Co
tePickens. t f
F'or %ale: Two good Ford automi
ir biles. J. Hagood Bruce, at the Piel
n 4loodl Y ule for sale at right pric<
,f Can be seen at Pickens Mill office. 51
s Lomt-In Pickens about month as
g gentleman's umbrella with curved hat
n dIe. Please reurn to The Sentinel oflik
Sehool1 TusteeM--Any schot
wanting an experienced lady or genth
rman teacher, with first grade certif
n cates. and who can furnish strong ter
timonials on application, communicat
~t with C. L. Craig, Pickens, R-4. E
yWarninug Notice- All persons ar
yhereby forbidden to hire, harbor ori
e other ways assist my son, McKinle
e Couch, who is a minor and who let
e home without cause. Mrs. Rosa Couch
Vacusville, S. C. 51
3ycorn mill will be closed Wednes
d clay and Thursday of each week unt
further notice. Guy McFall. 50
For Sale-Two good horses an
Smule; also 3-seatedl hack. Will Fergu
tson, Pickens. -- f
e Wnnuted--At the State Hospita
-for the Insane, Columbia, whit
awomen, preferably between the age
Sof eighteen and thirty years, as stu
dent nurses and attendants. For in
formation write the superintendent. 5
e For Male--30 bushels mixed, well
.sacked peas, at $3.50 the bushel, f. o. b
h Central, S. C. See or write me, Cen
tr-al, S. C. E. L. Henderson. 50
WVanted----Several hundred cords o:
good pine wood; will pay $5.00 per cord
Pickens Mill. 48
1 Automuobale P3arts. -We are now
handling automobile supplies and have
on hand a line of Ford parts. Pickeni
Hardware and Grocery Co. 51
I will pay cash market p rice for all
eggs and peanuts delivered to me al
- Pickens. Dan Adams. tf
For' Sale-at half value--Corn and
rcob crusher, corn mill, automobile. A.
A. Pace, Pickens, . 3; Phone 221. tI
Pr'Iestonl's P'lanut--Send for de
scriptive price list on vegetable plants:
especially sweet potato. Fred M. Pres
ton, Orlando, Fla. 52
Ylonuey to 1L0an1 on Real Estate.
A. P. Dulose, attorney, 'phone 210,
Greenville, S. C. tf
Iortgage Ilinanks-For sale at
The Sentinel oflice; best form printed
on good paper; 5e- each. ti
RED CROSS WAR FUND
DRIVE SET FOR' MAY 20
In order not to detract even slightly
from the forthcoming Liberty Loan
campaign, the War Council of the
American Red Cross has postponed
the campaign to raise the second War
Relief fund of $100,000,000 to the week
of May 20 from the week of May 6th,
as was originally intended, it was an
aounced in Washington today.
This action fixes the date of the sec
end Red Cross campaign eleven months
after the first, which was started on
June 18, 1917. The War Council had
been appointed by President Wilson
only five weeks prior to the beginning
of this campaign, so that its first great
task was to provide means for carry
lug on relief woilki during the war on
a scale commensurate with the mill.
More than $100,000,000 was contrib
uted in response to the first call for
financial aid and contributions plus
interest brought the total receipts
from the first drive up to $105,099,527.
Of this amount, $17,006,121 was re
funded to Red Cross Chapters for 10
cal relief work. Of the balance, $77,
721,918 has been appropriated, leaving
a balance of $10,371,217 available foi
appropriation. France has received
appropriations amounting to more .that
thirty millions. During the week pro
ceding Christmas the Red Cross con
ducted a membership drive which re
suited in the enrollment of approxi
mately 22,000,000 new members. Thit
was followed last month by a cam
-paign conducted by the Junior mem
bership of .the Red Cross which result
ed in the enrollment in the collatera
organization of Practically all of the
school children in America.
RED CROSS MADE OFFICIAL
WASl FILM DISTRIBUTOF
The American Red Cross has beet
designated by the government as thi
official and exclusive distributor of the
United States official war pictures
both motion pictures and stereopticot
slides-and liktwise the sole distribu
tor in this country of all olficia
French war pictures hereafter releas
ed except those pictures which ari
distributed through the news week
In the Southern Division, comprisini
t Georgia, Iiorida, the two Carolina
and Tennessee, the Bureau of Publi
city will handle these pictures and al
requests for same, whether by chal;
ters or by motion picture theaters
must be made to the publicity director
There are already on hand at th
national headquarters in Washingtoi
five motion picture films, two multipl
reel and three single reel pictures, any
two sets of stereopticon slides whic1
may be had in either black and whit
j or in colors. The Southern diivisioi
has just placed an order for thes<
films and slides, and as soon as the;
arrive in Atlanta they will be offered
to Chapters throughout the division a
a small rental.
These pictures show various scene
and activities in France and elsewher
in Europe, and should be most intei
esting to the people of the Unite<
States. Some of them picture war ac
a tivities and others the work of th
dRed Cross in Europe.
The United States official picture;
are takenm by the Signal Corps, Photc
:graphic division, of the United State
Army. The French official picture:
are taken b~y the Cinematographic ani
Photographic Division of the Frenel
IFOR SALE I
NOT A FOOD-i
You Can buy STOCK FO
than our STOC
R. E. Lewis, Prop. Pli
Do You Want
If you own land in Pi<
counties and want to sell
good farm lands in the a
canisupply your wants.
ANDERSON, S. C.
Gates School Closing
The Gates graded school will close on
Friday, April 19th. There will be a.
free entertainment at the school house
beginning at 3 o'clock, new time. An
interesting and entertaining pro! rum
has been arranged and the public is
cordially invited to attend. The pat
rons are urged to be present.
E. A. Lewis, Principal.
State of Ohio. City of Toledo.
Lucas County. u5.
Frank 3, Choney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the firm of F. ,.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the City
of Toledo County and State aforesaid.
and that said firm will ay the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY.
mSwor tebefore me and sub cribed in
mypresence, this 6th day of Deember.
A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken in
ternally and acts through the Blood on
thr Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O.
Sold by all druggists. 15ce.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
" FRAIL THEM
If you have cane seed
beat them out and bring
them to us, also bring
. us your eggs, roosters,
4 dry hams, pop corn, in
. fact anything in the pro- "
+ duce line that we can
1 turn for you, it will be .
- our pleasure to do it.
Craig Bros. Co.
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
t tering, Etc.
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expe!'t. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleans
_ and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning6
suit. Special attention given to ladles'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
ELL MEDiCINE- -
OD a great deal cheaper
Lone 24 Pickens, S. C.
to -Sell- or Buy?
kens, Oconee or Anderson
it, or if you want to buy
bove counties, see me. I
1CE PCKENs, s. C.
Sntnrdnyn nnd May.