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EGG PREsERVER--Our liquid water glass will preserve your eggs
while they are cheap, till next fall and winter, just as good as
when put down, at about 2 cents a dozen. Come
in and see us about it.
Just received a nice line of Military Wrist Watches.
$5.00 to $17.00.
Yours to please,
- PICKENS DRUG COMPANY:.
The Rexall Store
J. N. HI4tLWM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
1 Still Doing Business
At Same Old Place i
And keeping up my old policy of giving
More Goods for Less Money a
Bring me your frying chickens. I pay top of M
market 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
to suit the buyer.
I All kinds of dry goods as near as anybody
can get them, at right prices.
Full line of shoes and slippers for men,
women and children.
Yours for trade,
SJ. W. HENDRICKS
luur ydu'cops ag.2ainrst damIa ae or' rulin by hail. H-ails
are gel in more( iIpPrevalent 1 each year. Y OUR CROPS
AREVA bl'ABLE-CAN YOU AFFORD) TO LOSE
111llu \\' Wean inasure yor ros fromi 85.00 to $50.00
p~er aire. Rates are~( reasonlable. See Fr'ank McfFall at the
Pickenis Bank or WV. L,. Matheny at~ Folger, TPhorniley &
PICKENS INSU)RANCE AGENCY
EverythIssy l13 11sssune
PlC HENS . - - - - SOUJTH CalROLINM4
0 The Wonderful New Perfume 0
Face Powder - -. - 75c
Talcum Powder - - -35c
Toilet Water - - - 017
Perfume in oz- - - - $1.75
0 Perfume in Bulk, oz. - - $2.00
0hreis not any fnrmade.
R. E. Lewis, Prop. Phone 24. Pickens, S. C.0
The Pickens county boys who recent.
ly left Camp Sevier have arrived safely
Miss Alberta Yongue has returned to
her home in Pickens after teaching in
the Bethune school the past session.
Prof. D. W. Daniel, of Clemson Col
lege, who has been urged to run for
congress, has decided not to make the
Homer Thompson, son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. O. Thompson of Pickens, was
among the soldiers who arrived safely
in France last week.
Miss Nell Pickens, home demonstra
tion agent for Gaston county, N, C..
visited her sister, Miss Kate Pickens,
in Pickens last week.
A fine steer belonging to W. F. Hen
dricks of Oolenoy died last week from
heat. Mr. Hendricks had recently re
fused $150 for the animal.
Mrs. Walter Boggs of Liberty is at
tending commencement at Winthrop
where her daughter, Miss Rhessie, is a
member of the graduating class.
Miss Martha Cureton, who has been
conducting a millinery department in
Folger, Thornley & Co's store, has ac
cepted a position as saleslady with this
well known firm.
The treasurer of Pickens county has
received $3,200 from the state highway
commission as this county's share of
the automobile license money. It will
be used on our roads.
Millers' certificates may be secured
at The Sentinel office for forty cents
per hundred. Merchants may also se
cure sugar certificates here at twenty
five cents a hundred.
Sydney Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. MeD. Bruce of Pickens, has resign
ed his position as cashier of the Citi
zens Bank of Seneca and enlisted in the
coast artillery of the United States
Rev. .J. L. Willis of Cateechee has
been elected and has accepted the prin
cipalship of Six Mile Academy. Prof.
S. E. Garner, who was principal of this I
school for several years, resigned at the
close of last session.
The name of D. H. Kennemur of Lib
erty should have appeared in the list of
Liberty Loan bond buyers recently pub
lished. Mr. Kennemur bought a bond,
but by an oversight his name was not
published along with other purchasers.
Prof. R. T. Hallum has been elected
by the state board of education to fill
out the unexpired term of Supt. Clay
ton of Pickens county. Prof. Hallum
was our superintendent of education for
many years and is no stranger to the
work of the office.
The chairman of the Red Cross war
fund of the Pickens county chapter has
received a letter from Wickes Wam
boldt, campaign director, thanking the
people who contributed to the cause and
congratulating them upon their splen
The United States government has
presented the town of Pickens with an
honor flag in recognition of the towun'a
work in the third Liberty Loan cam
paign when it sub scribed for more
bonds than was asked of it. A similar
flag will also be presented to the county.
We had the pleasure last week of
riding over the new top soil road the
Pickens County Highway commission
has. built from the Easley Cotton Mill
nearly to the Anderson county line. It
is a stretch nearly four miles long and
is the finest piece of road in this sec
The first candidate to formally an
nounce his candidacy for supervisor of
Pickens countiy this year is W. Ed Ste
phens, a well-known citizen of the Six
Mile section. Mr. Stephens is a son of
the late L. D. (Bud) Stephens, who
served this county as supervisor several
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. R.
E. Bowen will regret to know that they
have moved back to their home at Nor
ris, Pickens county. They came over
for the early spring months on account
of the health of Mrs. Bowen and their
children. Trhey have greatly improved
hence the return to their old home. -
The Pickens Bank is giving a thrift
stamp each month to the pupil who
makes the highest mark in each grade
of the Pickens Graded school and the
following are the winners for April.
First grade, Mary Mauldin; second
grade, Frederica Hallum; third grade,
M argaret Valley; fourth grade, Wyatt
Stewart; fifth grade, Margaret Bivens
and Ruth Gravley tied; sixth grade.
Artie Hughes; seventh gradle, Nannie
Morris and Edna Willis tied; eighth
grade, B. Gillespie; ninth grade, Merle
lindrieks tenth grade, Dessie Few.
os o~eote t~aa it oter dlieo
put together, and fto it wa sup.
ao ob Incurable. Dog s prescribed
I remedies, and by constan y faling
to cure with local treatment, pronounced
$t incurable. Catarrh is a local disease,
greatly influenced by constitutional con.
ditions and therefore required constitu.
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy, is taken internally and acts
thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces
of the System. One Hundred Dollars re
ward is offered for any case that Hall's
Catarrh Medicino falls to cure. Bend for
circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, '760.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
For return of tan leather handbag
and contents lost between Walhalla
and Seneca Monday. Owner's name
on wallet. Handbag has distinct oil
stain on one side. Notii'y B. H.
Deason, Greenville, S. C., or H. C.
Busch, Walhalla, S. C. 6
Wilton Hester of Atlanta and Theron
Hester of Montana are visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. F. 'Hister,'in
The Sentinel was in error last week
in saying that Miss Hester Cureton was
sick. We should have said Miss Hester
Yongue. She is still quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hopkins of Pick
ens attended commencement exercises
of Limestone College at Gaffney last
week. Mr. Hopkins' sister, Miss Gre
ta, was a member of the graduating
The special services held at the Meth
odist church last Thursday, in accord
ance with President Wilson's proclama
tion, were. largely attended and genu
inely appreciated. Rev. E. T. Hodges
made an instructive and helpful address.
The body of Miss Lena Williams,
daughter of Mrs. Eliza Aiken, of Eas
ley, who died in the State Hospital on
the 21st inst., was brought to this city
and laid to rest in West view cemetery
on the 22d instant. Miss Willams had
been a patient in the hospital for the
past eighteen or twenty years. -Easley
A marriage of much interest to the
many friends of the groom in this city,
occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
M. H. Kelley, in the city of Green
ville, on the 15th instant, when Miss
Bertha Funderburk, of Greenville, was
united in marriage to Mr. Auburn H.
Smith, of Easley, Rev. R. L. Ilolroyd,
of this city, ofliciating. The bride is a
sister of Mrs. M. H1. Kelley. The groom
is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Smith,
of Glenwood.-Easley Progress.
A. John Boggs accompanied his moth
er, Mrs. Elmira Boggs, to Calhoun last
Frilay and she will visit her daughter,
Mrs. Myra Payne Boggs, and other rel
atives there for some time. Mrs,
Boggs has recently been quite sick an
she wishes to state that she was unablt
to see all her friends in Pickens before
she went away, but that she thinks of
ten of them and prays God's blessing:
upon all. We are glad to state tha1
her health seems better now and sh<
she stood the trip to Calhoun nicely.
Notices inserted in this~ eolun for onec (pent
wvord for first imiertionu and1 one-half cent a waor
for ceh subsoexet Iisertion.
Two For'dx for sale. J. H. Bruce
at Pickens Bank. tf
Notice-I have on hand plenty o
guano, top dressing and soda. Sidi
dress your crops, it is cheaper than In
bor. W. T. Earle, Central, S. C. U
TFypewvrite-rH and typewriter sup
plies. Oliver latest model No. 9, prica
$49.00; $3.00 per month. Second-h ans
machines bought and sold. Typewrite
ribbons, paper and carbon sold. Ceni
tral Mercantile Company, Box 15. Ceni
tral, S. C. 6
KodakM and films for sale. Seni
us your films to be developed. Film
dehverd by mail. Central Mercontill
Company, Box 15, Central, S. C. 6
I will pay cash market price for al
chickens, eggs and peanuts delivered ti
me at Pickens. Dan Adams. tf
For' %aie-Lot of corn, fodder ani
peas; cash or good paper. M. J1. Wel
born, Phone 2303, Pickens, S. C.
IFor sale- Lookout Mountain Irisi
Potatoes; $2.00 per bushel. J. Marioi
Looper, Route I, Box 33, D~acusville
Josieplus I. Newton 'M Famil'
History and Record is on sale at Dr
Hallum's Drug Store. The Book is rec
ommended by Rev. S. C. Mitchell, D
D., ex-President of University of Soutl
Carolina and many other prominen
For Maie--Tomato plants. Mrs. W
F. Hendrix, phone 3121, Pickens,
Help to Win the War
We can all help a little by raising
Iour supplies at home. Pickens
county helped last year and the re
sults are here to show Pickens
never had more of the necessaries
Our advice would be to try again
for a bumper crop of sup~plies.
May we figure with you on your
Morris & Company,
Phone No .36-Use It
For State Senator
At the solicitation of friends 1 an
nounce my candidacy for the State
Senate, subject to the rules and regu
lations which govern the Democratic
primary. J. H. EARLE.
For House of Representatives
Many friends of J. S. Leopard hereby
respectfully announce him a candidate
as a member of the House of Repre
sentatives from Pickens county, sub
ect to the rules and regulations of the
For County Supervisor
I hereby announce myself a candidate
-for the offiee of Supervisor of Pickens
county, subject to the ruler and regula
tions of the Democratic pr. ;y.
W. E. S :EPHENS.
For Probate Judge
The friends of G. W. Bowen hereby
announce him as a candidate for the
office of Judge of Probate for Pickens
county, subject to the action of the
voters at the Democratic primary elec
At the solicitation of my friends 1
hereby announce myself a candidate for
re-election to the office of Judge of
Probate for Pickens county, subject to
rules and regulations of the Democratic
primary election. I was undecided for
a loiw time whether I should offer for
re-i - ion or not on account of my
heal. . but it has so much improved
that I feel I can render the services re
quired. I am grateful to the people
or their kindness and indulgence, and
respectfully ask their support this time
for the last. If my health fails again
so that I cannot perform the duties of
the office I promise to resign. Re
spectfully, j. 13. NEWBERY.
Miss Cornelia Matthews of Starr is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hopkins in
\\T will have about 1,5
tons of 15 per cent acid and
'This 10-5-0 is a corking
X and corn and to use under c
+ teen per cent acid can be use
=a under corn planted after stu
X and cotton seed meal gives a
where and besides 150 tons
f cows, let alone using any
X have soda which can be u
- An early stand of cotton sc
4 farmers can get their cotton
( and the second application o
by June 15th it will pay hai
3: application. We do not ad
, plication late. We believe a
badly spent in buying fertil
'?. makes more stalk and leave:
4 open-especially if there is t
4'tions of fertilizer to cotton r
( pay vell. From what we c
i a considerable demand for f
4 applications for cotton and
..miller's rule; "'First come, fi
tract to sell more than we et
+your orders early.
4. If there is too much ann
m'nak ig your second appli,
make the weed grow too fam
Smuch rain will givo you all
::but the stalk wvill grow too t
+ 10-5-0 goods we are mianufa<
Sthe phosphoric acid in the r
Xfood to furnish fruit with th
* for the second application
+soon as you get your cotton
- : You want to feed your crop
- feed your mules as they woi
yenough Monday morning
Xnight. And you should not
,enoug'h in April to last uri
4.what you are doing with yc
'Aupust, wvhen your cotton'
Sworse than at any time in i
4.greatest, the food supply is
Sweaker every day, the resul
weeproperly supplied with
M. C. SMITH, A
We are all agreed that prepai
home and prepare to keep out the
Ask us for a'price on your job c
prepared to (10 the job for a reasona
Phone 12 and a man will come o
All kinds shop work a specialty.
Successor's to lihn
For the Summer
Men's Sunday Straw Hats $1 to $3
Men's Everyday Hats---- --35c
Boys' Everyday Hats.. - ..25 to 6c
Boys' Cloth Hats - ...35 to 50c
Don't fail to see our as
The prices are very little .
higher than last season
Craig Bros. Co.
in this paper will bring
good returns on the
money invested Jl
)0 tons of 10-5-0, about 1,500 b 0 f.
tbout 150 tons of meal for sale. .
>rn in the first planting. Six
d and is used advantageously "i
bble and under bottom corn, :
good account of itself any- " '
s hardly enough meal for the 4
for Zertilizers. And then we
sed along as is thought best. "
ems assured this year and if :"
thinned out and cleaned out :
f fertilizer (this 10-5 0) applied ";
idsomely to make this second .
vocate making the second ap
great deal of money has been :
izer for late applications. It -
and bolls, but the bolls don't "
n early fall. Second applica- ".
ade before the 15th of June ,
m gather there promises to be 4
ertilizer a little later for second "
corn, so we 'have adopted the "
rst served."' We will n~ot con- U
n make and dleliver. So place ".
monia in the fertilizer used in 4*
::ation to your cotton, it wilI
st to fruit properly, just as too"
the stalk von are looking for, *:
aist to fruit as it -shouldl. Tlhis '
stu ring has the ammonia and -
ight proportion to make plant :u
e weed. It; is an idleal fertilizer .4
tnd should be applied just as 2
thinned out andl cleaned out.+
alone as it grows just as you
'k. You don't feed your mules"
to last them until Saturday
think of trying t~o feed them"
itil Octooer. And1 that is just
ur cotton. Along in July and
is fruiting and needing food
Is life, when the strain on it is
reatly weakened and growing"
t is your cotton "'sheds.'' If it
plant food it would not shed.
gt., Pickens, S. C.
edness is the thing. Let us begin at
pesky flies and prevent the spread of
ompllete put up in your home. We are9
ble price and (do it promptly.
it to take the measlurements.
Lumber Co., Picina, S. eC.