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With Water Glass
(Solution Silicate Sodium.) -
DIRECTIONS-Select clean fresh eggs (do not wash eggs, it in
jures them). Heat to the boiling point and cool nine quarts of water;
to this add one quart Water Glass and mix thoroughly. This is sufficient
to preserve about twelve dozen eggs. Place eggs in a crock, jar or pail,
small ends down. Pour over them the solution, keeping at least two
inches of the solution above tne top layer of eggs at all times. Put on
the cover and keep all in a cool place until required for use.
NOTE-When eggs taken from the solution are to be boiled, prick
the shells at the large end just before boiling to prevent cracking. .
Fresh eggs may be saved six to ten months by this method.
50c a quart. We have fresh supply.
Yours to please,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. NALLIJM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
Still Doing .Business i
At Same Old Place I
And keeping up my old policy of giving
More Goods for Less Money n
Bring me your frying chickens. I pay top of M
market for them.
SMens 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.
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,
D~uring the hvet summer weather you wvill want to use your porch a lot.
Le uy ak yo f ic Prlorch swing, .Joggling Board, or anything you
We have on hand a good stock of anything in the building line, such as
Rough and Dressedi Lumber, D~oors, sash, Lime, Cement, lBrick and
iluildlr~ i elh rdare. Let us name you a p~rice on any of the above.
Easley Lumber Company,
Successors to Picicens Lumber Co., Pickens, S. C.
An Ad. in The Sentinel Brings Results
* Tobe comfy 8 .
0 in hot weather Is to be happy ' ,
p the summer comforter, e uiesi
five dainty odors..--Mayflower(ikesh
and white), Rose, violet, Bouquet _
and Lilac-also one forbay
25 Cents fora a
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.-..
-Miss Rosamond Lynn is visiting in
Greenville at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
-James P. Carey, Jr., has decided
not to make the race for congress from
this district this year.
-Robert G. Hayes, of Marietta.
Greenville county, was severely wound
ed last week while fighting in France.
-Miss Mary M ^ris has returned
from Black Mount..,n, N. C., where
she attended a Y. W. C. A. convention.
-Bruce Griffin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Griffin of Pickens, is working
with the Jennings Electric Co. of
-Mrs. W. B. Freeman, of Pickens,
who returned about two weeks ago
from a Chester hospital, continues to
improve to the joy of numergus friends.
--Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cely, who live
a few miles below Easley, have been
^otified by the war department that
their son, Jos. F. Cely, has been se
verely wounded in France.
-J. J. Herd, Jr., who has been work
ing on the new government hospital
near Asheville, has been quite sick but
is improving now, states a letter to his
brother, R. F. Herd, of Pickens.
-Mrs. B. S. Johnson of Pickens is
agent for a self-heating sad iron, which
is proving a great boon to women, es
pecially during warm weather. She
has an advertisement in this paper.
Send the home paper to that boy of
yours in France. Several Sentinels
now go to France every week. There
is nothing else the boys over there
would rather have than news from home
-a letter first, the home paper next.
-If you have an article you want
published in The Sentinel, do not wait
until the day of publication to send it in
if you can get it in sooner. Several
articles were left out this week because
they were not sent in time.
Will T. Bates is announced this week
as a candidate for commissioner of
Pickens county. He is the first candi
date announced for this oflice and there
are many people thruout the county
who will read the announcement with
-J. N. Hallum, druggist, of Pickens,
has been appointed an enrolling agent
for the U. S. Shipping Board, to enroll
young Americans from 21 to 30 for ser
vice in the merchant marine. He re
ceived notice of his appointment a few
-Mrs. WV. Camden Wyatt is very sick
at her home near Pickens and we are
very sorry to state that little hope is
felt for her complete recovery. Mrs.
Wyatt is a most excellent lady and
many friends will be grievedl to hear oif
- Mr. andl Mrs. WV. C. Keith have re
ceived word that their son, Frank, who
is engaged in aircraft construction, has
arrived safely over seas. As they have
not heard from their son Oscar in some
,time Mr. and Mrs. Keith think he has
also gone across.
-Arnong the boys who are in the
service of Uncle Sam we noticed the
following in Pickens Sunday: Gignilliatt
Christopher, of the coast artillery,
Charleston; John C. Carey, of the
Southeastern Dept., Charleston; F. V.
Clay ton, of the navy, Chrleston; Fur
man Holder and Wyatt Jennings, of
Officers Roark, Laloon and Nealy
caught four deserters from Camp Sev
ier about four miles above Pickens Mon
day. The soldiers were natives of the
mountain section of Alabama and said
they were on their way back home.
They were rough looking customers
and thought the officers were moonshi
ners on their way to "make a run."
Engineer D. J. Fant will preach in
the Pickens school auditorium at 4 p.
m. Sunday afternoon, July 7. Every
body invited to attend, as decision will
he made at this meeting whether Rev.
L. B. Compton will be invited to hold a
meeting in Pickens next September.
The Pickens Township Singing conven
tion will also hold it regular meeting in
the school auditorium the same after
noon, beginning at 3 o'clock.
I lis just closed1 one of the most
cess'8ful years in its history.
im~ 37th annual session wvill be
Wr ite for ne ~w illus1traUtedl cal
l( guie, also and( QUI( 'KLY fot' 1por
ticulIars concernlinig our1 special
offer' t~o a few girls whom can not
pay our catalogue rate. Addr1ess
J. M. Rhodes Littleton, N. C.
There Is more Cat~rrh i' thIQ Neotion
of the oountrv than all. t
put to ther. and for ears w su
poe obe Incurable. posters presorlbed
oesI remedies. and by constatly fglnj
to cure with local treatment, pronounc
It Incurable. Catarrh fa a local disease,
greatly inruriced by constitutional con
ditions and therefore require oenstitu
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrb 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 Itundred Dollars re
ward is offered for any case that Hall's
Catarrh Medicino tails to cure. Send for
Circulars and testimonials.
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. Ohio.
Sold by Druggists, 76c.
Hall's F'amily Pills for constipation.
Mr. Ben T. Day of Pickens and Mis
E. Kate Pickens were married last Sat
urday at the home of the bride'
parents at Weaverville, N. C. It wa
a quiet wedding but not a surpeise t
the many friends of the contractini
parties as it had been known -for som
time that the happy event would tak
place soon after the closing of school
The bride is a most attractive youn;
lady. She taught in the Pickens schoc
during the past session and has mad
numerous friends here who are de
lighted that she will make this her per
Mr. Day is a native of Easley, bu
has been living in Pickens for the pas
year as the manager of the lumbe
company here. He is a splendid youn
business man, most likeable and popu
lar with all who know him.
This happy couple begin life's jou
ney together with brightest of pros
pects and hosts of friends wish fe
them a long, happy and useful life.
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
There will be a meeting of the Cer
tral township singing convention at M1
Tabor, two miles south of Central, tlh
fourth Sunday (June 23) at 2:30 p. n
Everybody invited to attend.
The Pickens Township Singing cor
vention will meet with Concord churc
next Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
Rev. J. T. Mann's Appointment
Rev. J. 'T'. Mann will fill the follow
ing appointments in Pickens county o
the fourth Sunday in this month: M1
Carmel at 11 o'clock, George's Creek a
-. p. m., and Cross lloads at night.
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
Preaching at Cedar Rock
Mr Pierce S. Ellis. Baptist ministe
of Clemson College, will preach at th
Cedar Rock Baptist church, four mile
north of Easley, on Sunday, June 23r<
1918, at 11:30 o'clock, a. m. Mr. Elli
is a forceful and interetting spealkei
Everybody cordially invited to attend
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
The Sentinel ofieo has a small suppl1)
of Millers' Certificates in stock whic
are being sold at 40O per hundred.
No ce inserieI in in." ''o'nirnnf tu n 4i. een
WO-crut (ir lilst laiserciona .amati i. hn'~.u f legnt a. W%(i
fOr eale-I Slibas lail litf-farlil.
Old4 niew9papersN for sale at T1li
Coi~rrn Wanted1- .L. TI. F'lynn, Ea
ley, S. C. 7-1
F~or Ma le--Good surrey aind ha
mare. Cheap for cash or' good noh
R. M. Lusk, Pickens.
Fo#un d-- Brown shepherd dog wit
white ring around neck followed m
home from Pici~ens school house Mor
day night, June 10. Owner may ge
dlog by callhng at my home for it an
paying for this advertisement. TP. A
Bowven, Pick ens R-2. Phone No. 2930.1I
After' cutting wheat aind oats piar
Golden D~ent corn and make two croj
on the same land. TJhere is plentvy
time and( we have plenty of seed. Piel
ens Drug Co.
Ilnks L t'or.x ale at the clerk
of lice-real esta te mortgages, satit
faction blanks, real estate deeds, a
kinds of blanks, chattel mortgaget
large or small order filled. 0. E
Stewart, Clerk of Court. 7-I
For. Male.-Will sell reasonable on
Ford touring car, 1916 model. AppI
at Auditor's office. H-. A. Townes.
F~resh Milk Cow for sale. D. '1
Hayes, Pickens, R-4.
F'or SNdle-22 acres good land, 1.
mile of Wesleyan College, 1 1-2 mile
from Central; running water, somi
timber, good neighborhood; can b
bought cheap with good terms. Se
me at once if~ interested. E.L L. Hler
derson, Central, S. C. 8
I will paCy cash market price for a
chickens, eggs andl peanuts delivered t
me at Pickens. Dan Adams. tf
F'or WalIe--Lot of corn, fodder an
peas; cash or good paper. M. J. We
born, Phone 2303, Pickens, S. C.
For'S 4 Male-Lookout Mountain Iris
Pot atones: 2. 00 per* bushel. J1. Mario
Looper, Rouate 1, Box 33, D~acusvillc
S. C. 'I
1History aned Recordl is on sale at Dr
H llun' ruig Store. The Book is rer
ommendedl by Rev. S. C. Mitchell, I]
I)., ex-P'resident of University of Sout
Carolina and many other prominen
SAD IRON "
Makes ironing a pleasure and
. saves time, labor and fuel.
No hot stove, no dirt.
The Monitor will save you in .
one year more than the price of J
" You are not confined to a hot,
stuffy room, but can iron on the
porch or in the cool shade of a
. In five minutes you can have:
" the Monitor ready for use. No
" firing up of the range or walking
g back and forth to a stove of any
. " The Monitor is not a new and
. untried article. It has proven
1 * its perfction by having been on
the market and in constant use
a for fourteen years.
- Every iron is guaranteed.
. Call and let me demonstrate it
it to you.
t MRS. B. S. JOHNSON
t - at Johnson's 6 and 10 Cent Store
r IHave Bouw
o11 SoutIerl1 J.ail1oa(I, Ii
tenay, 1.I miles from Sc
)ip in farms froin 25 to i
. school (listrict an1d on1 th
IrF YOU WAN'I. A
See mc if you want to buy, trat
The Man Who Sells the Earth
Did it ever oc
might not be using
Do you speak
1ow, or six inches
mitter of your telepi
You should ta
lips about one inch i
Speak in an evendit
sary to shout.
There is muchJ
the proper way
.little rules will hel~s
IF y0Like to (do bus
I gives you what
you, and always apareciates y<
T Ihe Pickens Sent> when' yor
Phone No. ..
THESE ARE THE
AT OUR STORE
Below we quote prices on
" produce in exchange for mer
" chandise at our store. We sell +
goods when produce is given in
* exchange at same price as if you
were paying cash.
- Hens ------..-----20c lb
". Frying Chickens. --------30c lb
Roosters --------.--- -lOc lb
Beeswax ---------------.30c lb
" Highest market price for Eggs
The above prices hold good till
Wednesday, 19th inst. 3 '
Craig Bros. Co.
and those who are really "fly"
themselves will hasten to put :
in the screen doors as a pro
" tection to the home. Flies are
not only annoying, but danger
" ous, because germ - bearing 4.
Keep them out of the house by T
buying screens for your doors 1 .
and windows. We have them
in great variety, adjustable to f
required size, and very reason
able in price.
are & Grocery
ht 900 Acres
etweenl Seneca and Cou
1eCa depot. -[avc cut it
5 acres. It lies in Seneca;
C iaiI Iiighvav.
MALL FARE\1 1 CAN
ec oi sell.
and Cuts it to Suit Your Taste I
I1CKENS, 9. C.
Saturdaiys4 and Mondays.
:ur to you that you
the telephone in the
sideways, above, be-m
away from the trans- ~
k directly into the
ply at it. Keep your
rom the rnouthpiece.
em It is not neces
Wan be said about
D)ione, but these
ness with a concern that always
you pay for, always tries to please
ur patronage, (10 business with
nee~d anlythling in its line.
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