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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
Yours to please,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HLLIM , Prop. & Mgr-lg
t Phono NVo. 8
Still Doing Business|
At Same Old Place U
And keeping )up my old policy of giving
More Goods for Less Money E
a . n.
i Bring me yonir frying chickens. I pay top of a
nmarket for 1 hem. n
Me'n's and Boys' Clothing
Al\l(l\ in n'eed of clothing should give me ).(
a chimee to suit them. IH are a big line at prices A
)1to shit thet' u Vet.
AIl kinds of (ld'y goods aS 1('a1' as an> body
can get them, at ight )rices.
Full line of shoes and slippers 'or men,
wo1(il and children.
n yours for trade, I,
SJ. W,, HENDRICKS
LendHim soNSs CO.
For ~~ - ~For
"Actions speak louder $lharv
words-Aet- Don't Talk - Buy Now.
Wont win this war. It'sgo
ing to take money and lots of it.
Uncle Sam wants to BORROW
your money and pays 4 1-2 per*
BUY LIBERTY BONDS*
AND W AR SAVING STAMPS
. R. E. Lewis, Prop. Phone 24 Pickens, S. C. ::
A good many of our soldier boys
were at home Saturday and Sunday.
Our Special Notice column is one of
the most interesting parts of this paper
Keep your eye on it.
Mrs. Willie Grady of Greenville vis
ited her sister-in-law, Mrs. B. C. Rob
inson, in Pickens last week.
Married by J. B. Newbery at his
office April 22d, Miss Lena Gilstrap and
Purley Byars, of Pickens route -l.
Those who buy Liberty Bonds are not
only helping their government out, but
will get their money back with interest.
'T'he Pickens Township Singing con
vention will meet with Bethlehem
church next Sunday afternoon at 2
.1. 11. Baker announces that he will
be at Mountain Grove church the fourth
Sunday in April with a supply of song
Don't forget the I)emocratic club
meetings next Saturday. Don't stay
away and then grumble about who
were elected delegates.
The Pickens Baptist Sunday School
voted unanimously last Sunday to buy
$150.00 worth of Libertt Loan bonds.
An example worthy of emulation by oth
er Sunday Schools.
Elihu W. Pickens and family left
Pickens last week for llenderson, Tenn.,
to make their home. Mr. Pickens has
accepted a position to run the machin
ery of a large mill at Henderson.
Master Frank Partridge, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Troupe Partridge, broke his
right arm last Saturday while practic
ing the "high jump." We trust the
little fellow will soon be all right again.
Mrs. Ernest I". Alexander and son,
and Miss Grace Mcl)aniel have been vis
iting relatives in Rutherford county, N.
C., for two weeks. Mr. Alexander ex
pects to go up and return home with
them this week.
The government is going to give an
honor flag to each town which sub
scribes its proportionate share of Third
Liberty Loan bond:. If you would like
to see your town have one of these
flags, help out a little.
The Sentinel always welcomes local
news items from its friends. We re
ceive many items this way which we
would never hear of in any other way.
If you know of anything of interest to
the public let us know and it will be a
pleasure to us to print it.
Bennett H. Powers spent Sundlay
with his family in Pickens. Bennett
recently resigned his position with
Folger, Thornley & Co. to accept a
place as flagman on the Southern rail
roadl between Greenville and] Atlanta.
He has not decided yet to which city he
will move his family.
While returning from the singing at.
Grifhin Sunday afternoon; the team of
mules being driven by WV. Edd Bloggs
became frightened and ran away, throw -|
ing him, his wife and child from their
conveyance and bruising them consider
ably None were seriously injured, but
Mr. Boggs wvas painfully hurt about the
face and neck.
Lieutenant and Mrs. Blakely have
returned to his post of' duty in New
Jersey after a short visit to her
parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Porter, in
Pickens. Patti Porter accompanied
them to Newv Jersey and will return
home with Mrs. Blakely when the lieu
tenant leaves for France, which will
Colic Seaborn, who is a son of Rev.
andl Mr's. WV. C. Seaborn oif Pickens,
represented the University of South
Carolina in the Intercollegiate Oratori
cal Contest held at Greenwood last
Friday night anid won third place.
Eight colleges were represented. .John
S. Watkins of Clemson won first place
andl E. C2. Kolb of Furman won scond(
Verner Guy Corbin, who is in the
army at Camp Sevier, was visiting in
this county last week and while speak
ing of the many applications for privi
lege to leave the army and make a crop
said that he was in the army to the fin
ish and that he would make no applica
tion for discharge. blut that lie liked the
army andl wanted to go with his com
pany wherever it was sent.
Th'le Pickens County Singing coniven
tion at Griflin church Saturday and
Sundlay was largely attended andl the
music was greatly enjoyed. Following
Oflicers were electedl to serve the con
venti on next term: R. M. Bolding,
liresident; R. HI. Crane, vice president;
8. ('.(Chapman, secretary and treas
urer; I,. C . Chapman, conductor. Mr.
Holing was elected prieside-nt duing
his absence, lie being unable to at teil
Handsomely engraved announcement
were first to tell many of the marriag
of Miss Mattie Evelyn Grifin to Mt
Joab Mauldin, Jr., which was solemnly
ed at the home of the bride's parenti
Mr. and Mrs. W. 'T. Griffin, in Pickeni
last Saturday afternoon, Rev. David M
Ramsay performing the impressive rin
ceremony in the presence of the famil
and a few'intimate friends. Prompt)
at six o'clock, to the strains of the wet
ding march beautifully rendered b
Miss Meda Hoggs, the bride and bride
groom entered the sitting-room, whic
was simply tho tastefully and efTectiv
ly decorated in green and white--potte
plants, green foliage, bowls of carn
tions and roses being used,
The bride was becomingly and al
tractively attired in a traveling suit c
blue with grey accessories and carrie
a lovely bouquet of bride's roses an
A fter the ceremony Miss Belle Yongu
served tempting punch and wafers fror
a nook in the recetion hall, beautift
with dogwood blossoms.
The bride is one of Pickens' most ta:
ented and lovable young ladies and fo
several years has been a successft
teacher in schools of this state.
The groom is a native of lampto:
county and a rising young business man
being at present with Swift & Co. Al
ter an extended wedding tour they wil
be at home to friends in Spartanburg
Among the out-of-town guests wei
\ir. and Mrs. .1. G. Ilollis and Miss Sal
i Criflin, of Greenville; Miss Mae Grif
in, of Williamston; Mrs. W. A. Wood
-uli and children, of Cateechee; Mis
4Ieda Boggs, of Groce, and Messrs
William and ,lames Mauldin of lamp
W. M. U. Quarterly Meeting
The Eastern )ivision of the W. M
LU. of Pickens Association will hold
luarterly meeting with Griffin churc]
)m next Sunday afternoon at 2:0
>'clock. The following is the program
Welcome address, by Mrs. Edwar
Hlendrix; response by Mrs. .J. B. Hol
Roll call and enlistment of delegate
from the churches of the division.
Helpful suggestions as to how ou
iuarterly meetings may be of ror
benefit to us, by Mrs. Sam Dorr.
What effect has and will this wa
have u*)on Christianity? by Miss Pearl
Motives and methods of giving, h
Mrs. J. M. Stewart.
There will be held with the Pleasar
Hill church, on Sunday. May 5th, 191f
at 4 p. m., new time, a singing conver
tion of all the churches in Central towr
ship. All members of these churche
and others interested are urgently ir
vited to be present.
Dr. F". S. Porter and son Fletchi
visitedl the doctor's father in Atlant
last week. Fletcher, who is a membi
of the crew of the UI. S. battleshi
Oklahoma, will return to Norfolk th
week. lie has been at the home of h
parents here a month or two studyir
with a view to entering the nav'al aca<
emy at Annapolis, Md.
Frank K irksey wais knocked dlow
and run over by the auto truck whic
carries mail from tihe dlepot to the pos
oflice in Greenville one (lay last weel
While his injuries are not serious the
are quite painful. A large gash w:;
cut in tihe baick of his head and he wt
bruised about his body. Frank is eor
dluctor onl a street car in G;reenville at
had just steppled from his car when ti
truck hlit him.
The IHome Dem~ionstration Club hi
rec'ently been having some good lessor
inl making cottaige cheese andI chees
dishes. The last meeting wvas held wit
Mrs. WV. lE. [inley last Thursday an
tihe ladies were delighted with the worl<
Miss F'ourney assisted Misses Mauldi
and Earle. The next regular month!
meeting will be with Mrs. Vesta McIa
on Wednesday the 2-Ith instant ait hal
past three o'clock.
Miss Mildred Cox, daugtiter of Mr
and Mrs. Isaiah C'ox of Pickens, ca
lay claim to the distinction of havin
her picture printed in more newspaper
in the United States than probably an
other young lady of her age inl th
tihe South. Miss Mildred's picture wit
with a short diescription of her worl
first appeared in the Washington Sta
and wans later published by papers i
every section of the country. Abov
the picture appealr.s this heading
"'Signs 25,0001 Checks IDaily for U ncl
Sam;'' while beneath appears the fol
lowing: "Hlundreds of th'ousands o
soldiers' wives~ and mothers get allot
ment checks signed 'M. Cox.' Me
Miss Mild hred. She signs 2,000 check
per~ dayV. Al though~I shte pafys oult som1
day a itttui as~ ~(.(0.0 of UnacI
Sam funds, The says slie does not fee
ei iter tiredI or wealI t hy after ai day'
wor!..NMiss (o : igns ats deputy for MI
I-:. l;:aih-y, director of tile bur'eau 0
" HEERY, whole-p
g almost a magic phrase i
y But really it stands fo
Y friendship, cordiality and
1- guessed it) lots of delicious
Luzianne Coffee is al
h cluded in Southern ho
because it tastes so goo<
grant hot coffee for peo
knowwhat's good-that's L
Good old Luzianne i
d um-rn-r I--better try sot
d Your grocer has it-ar
aren't satisfied, he'll gi
e every cent-honest I
Sl llRI MlE
i "Whenu It Pi
Noti( es Itisertot itt this t inntnn for nntw4 lent a I
Swon.d for ir't l'44-l tha t 44m44 l44 h if4. 1 -el4 a woni
for tua Ih 5..iihi!-. , --.t 4'-ll1 44
- We Itavi' on hand alimited number
of stone churns. Be quick if you need
one. Craig Itrus. ('o. 'ienns. 51-tf
F Sr l'i' 1Jomanto I'lants. Mrs \V. }
F. llendrix, phone 3121, Pickens. 5
For SaIi One Holstein and Jersev
n milk cow, live years old, with secon'd
b calf two weeks ol(d. Reasonable price
1) for quick sale. W. E. ('urtis, Six Mile,
. Central, route 2. 52
YouIg Wonmen wanted as pupil
d nurses in the ('itV Iiospital, (a;Trney. S.
- C. A14ply to .*utr inttendent of Ilospi
S Fmr +: it' Two huggies in firs;t
hands, 0n' ('has, ('ity' and one Pied
mont, in good shlie; olieen for cash or
r goo( note. \I. .1. Welborn, phone
e 2303, Pickens, S. C'. 51-tf
1 4Reneine Lookout. Mountain Irish
r potatoes for sale at $2. (It) per hushel,
1 1. o. b. Easley. .1. It. .Jameson, Eas
Iey, S. C.
Wa'fIIIet Automobile mechanics,
painters, carpenters and laborers. An
derson Motor Company, lock hill, S.
We are in the market for nice
country dried apples. Craig Bros. Co.,
it For sale: Two good Ford automo
biles. J. Hagood Bruce, at the Pick
t- 4ood MeIe for sale at right price.
Can he seen at Pickens Mill office. 51
N ehool TIrusteeI'-Any school'
wanting an ex perienced lady or gentle.
man teacher, wi th first grade certifi
r cate-s, and who can furnish str'ong te
timonials on application, commiunicatei
a wvith C. L. Craig, Pickens, Rt--. 50 '
p1W a3rn3 in" Not ice- All persons are
- hereby forbidden to hire, harbor or in
othr'wysassist. my son, McKinley
s C ouch, who is a minor ando who left
ghome withou t cause. M r's. Rot'sa ( ouc(h.
I-jDacusville, S. C. I1
.YEy corn mill will be closed We-dne
dlay and Thursday of each wee u mnt il
-further notice. Gumy McFall 5
h For' MaleC- Two good horses and
-mule: also :-seated hack. Will Fergu
son, Pickens. t
'y Waanted--At the State H-ospital
1. for the Insane, Columbia, white
s women, preferably between the ages
o)f eighteen and thir'ty years, atssu
dent nurses and attendants. For in
dl formation write the superintendent. 51
F4or Maile-3 bushels mixed, well
Central, S. C. See or write me, Cen
5 tral, S. C. E. 12. Hendlerson. 50
WanteV.uud Several hundred cords of
e good pine wood; will pay $5.00 per cord.
h Pickens Mill..1
Sntouunobalueats. -W renow
-handling automobile supjplies and have
n; on hand a line of Ford parts. Pickens
y Hardhvare arid G;rocer'y Co. 51
II will pay ensh mnarket price for all
f eggs and peanuts dlelive-red to me at
Pickens. Dan Adams. tfj
Pruestonm ' Plat-- Send for de
-. scriptive price list on vegetable plants;
e especially sweet potato. Fred M. Pres
ton, Orlando, Fla. 52
s Mloney to L onn on Real Estate.
~A. P. D~u~ose, attorney, 'phone 210,
Greenville, S. C. tf
Do You Want t
If you own land in Pick~
S counties and want to sell
- good farm lands in the ab
canisupply your wants.
Frank E. A
< )l- I-' t
A I\ . d, . o'.
d if you r
Help to Win the War
We can all help a little by raising
our supplies at home. Pickenis
county helped last year and the re
sults are here to show Pickens
never had more of the necessariet
Our advice would be to try again
for a bumper crop of supplies.
May we figure with you on your
Morris & Company.
Phone No. 36-Use It
Coie to Pickens to Io vou
tradling. Our itt~nrchants hnv.
the goods and thev will tr- .
If you have cane seed
:1 beat them out and bring
ithem to us, also bring
us3 yourl eggs, roosters,
dry hams, pop) corn, in 2.
Sfact ainything in the pro- ~
duce line that we can ~
Sturn for you, it will be ~
+our pleasure to (10 it. :
Craig Bros. Co
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
suits are sent for and delivered when~
promised andc the work in (lone by an
expert. WVork guaranteed.
suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning~
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning; $i
suit. Special attention given to ladie
We apreiat your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
o Sell or Buy?
ens, Oconee or Anderson
it, or if you wvant to buy
ove counties, see me. 'I
lPl('K1,NS, S. ('.
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