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With Water Glass
( Solution Silicate Sodium.)
Ii)Ij.:1 I' )N. select clean fresh eggs (do not waish eggs, it in
. jur thrin1. feat. to. the hoiling point and cool nine quart:s of water;
to thi. laid one quart Water ; a- and mix thoroughly. This is suflicien t
". to prer erve ahout twelve dzene I -:ace eggs in a crock, jar or pail,
m stall rends down. I'our oe, r thero the solution, keeping at least two
* inches of the :-olutior abve the to laer of eggs4 at all times. Put orn
the cover arnl kere all in a col elare urtil required for use.
:: t1NI-': When e'gg- t:enn fron th. .oliution are to he hoilel. irick
the: hell; at the hIr-'' er . just brefore boiling to prevent cracking.
I'reh r, t n,::. iil a .-; l :.i t tie 'n mnonthA hv this method.
5c a qpsart. We have fresh supply.
Yours to please,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HAUIJPM, Prop. & My.
Phouc No. B
u Still Doing Business
At Same Old Place
il kot'pIllt('I) H11\' 1 l tI polic' Of gi\ilg
More Goods for Less Money
1ll fllh'k' Moti) ir111 l'hiei'kells. I glytV tup 0
Men's and Boys' Clothing
I L I L
asey Lumber Comnpa.y,
Curesors to Pichens Lumber Co , Pichens, S. C.
An; ;\. ni The SenltineC -HrIesl
- - , rr-r .r
the su me co frtr t 'es i
Ev ai t d r --a' owr4 l s
A / U
T -There will be an all day singing at
Tabor church, near Cedar Rock school
:e' house, the fifth Sunday in June.
Miss "rances Bruce of Pickens was
one of the bridesmaids at the Robinson
Ledbet ter wedding last week.
--J. A. Ii. Townes, of the ('oncord
section. who has been quite sick, is
: able to be out again, to the delight of
F olger, Thornley & Co. received a
car loaid of Mitchell autoinobiles last
" week, and they are about the prettiest
things on wheels around here.
--: C. E Robinson, Jr,, of Greenvile,
spent Sunday with his parents in Pick
* ens. lils family is spending some time
-- nookout Mountain, near ('hattanoo
Iirs. 1. 11. Bosse and two daugh
ters, Misses Mary and Margaret, of
Spartanburg, are visiting the family of
: her brother-in-law, W. 'T. Hosse, in
.. --uy Bowie is announced this week
as a candidate for magistrate of Easta
toe township. lie is a native of Easta
toe and of course is well known to ti e
Supt. ilallum is at \iinthrop ('o
lege attending the annual meeting of
county superintendents of this state and
also attending the summer school now
m i session.
[ Mr. and Mirs. 1lampton H. Cely of
near l-:asley have been notitied that
their son, ,Joseph lrankIin ('ely, had
died in France from wounds received
in battle on May :'i.
Whitsitt lliott, a clerk in the wvar
department at Washington, and .Lulian
lliott. it' Ilolly 1iill, are visiting in
l'inktns. libi( lliott, of ('aip Jackson.
also rpetnt Suniay here.
S 1 a!it a' Simnos has toine to Iiowvling
I'ret-n. \ \y. wn-re he w; ill study in a
t ' n-i b . t hi tie i is a son tof .
.. Sin . t- mf rtar t'it.kens anti
a r..e - ti'. -''n- hilhs-ol
i M. ( r;,i a.:. a t.:.- r
T 1 . , : nn. y i f . : --is .corn
1. - r r i .. a . ranth itte fo t he :
!"' I r ... 1:= !l n.. tri ,
- .- - . 1
L.- n~s t~r~y f etf. , -i n .l'ir' ..
n-*n'r to ' l wdl hef beb~:. i a''irt the.
hen a f .\ir. \-. t .\ral W d,
day:,.1 Jum- 2', a?. I r.in All tihe biouii's
oif theu t'own are' uryed to, attendmq. .\
di',rn-n ratin in muakinig pruE'm-rvefs,
-I ii' < 'ro p rup insteadl of sugar.
J...II. I'rwi-u of Seneenu has re
teivedu word t hat his son Dewey wasj1
woiruded whiile, fighting in France May
:1. Nothing was said about the niatuire
of the wound. Mr. P rice is aL native of
I 'icmsensm ('outtOy, but moved near Senaien
soeeral yerar's ago. lie' has ano ther
sonII, I .#'onard, also ini the ser'vice in
IS.I" ' '"ig h"" s"lda " mm'."red"
Ili'mrefor'd hill tromt his lPickens counilty
farm t o Gov. MIanniing. NIrn. C raig is a
mumbevlnr of the wholesale grocery firrn
of IIlutclhingM-C raig oif Greeniville and
ft ratvelsI for that. growing house, bumt he
in aso grealIly in teres ted in t horiiough
bred i stock and hatis at fine hit overl Ont
M r. Sam TI. Ii ester, of' near' Iort
Wort h Texa's. is on an ex tendled visit
to hiis wifte and mother, MIrs. I .usetta
Iliester in l'-iasley. Mrs. Sam lI ester
cam hte.ie abotut two months ago for
the benefit of her heatlth and has im
irovedl no mucii that she will remain
another month or so. Sami was reared
in I-:asley and is well known. lie is
now engaged in the manufacture of
foodstuff' mad~e from peanut hulls and
from the r'epmor'ts of others lie has aceti
mnulated a nice little fortune. We arc
pirotid of his success. -Pr'iogress.
The~ :r7fi~t annualt session~ \vilI In'
J,. ep1,R 1 h. tt.oi N
There Ia more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and for years It was sup
Posed to be incurable. Doctors prescribed
local remedic,. and b' constantly failing
to cure with 1.eal treatment, pronounced
it Incarat'.- citarrh is a local disease,
greatly in-.-:" "I by constitutional con.
ditions : :herefore requirec constitu
tional treatiuent. Iall's Catarrh Medi
cine. mannufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co.. Toledo. Ohio, is a constitutional
remedy, is taken internally and acts
thru the Blood Ont t00im Mucous Surfaces
of the System. '-" Hiualdred Dollars re.
ward is offere.l ! - case that Hall's
Catarrh Me.i-w :-a.. to cure. Send for
circulars and testimonials.
1h. J. CIIal:NEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family I'ills for constipation.
-BUY W. S. STAMPS.
NOTICE TO ELECTORS.
By an act of the legislature re
airing all voters to re-register is
1918, the Books of Registration fot
l'ickens county, S. C., will be opener
at l'ickens C. 11., on the first
day in July, 1918, and stand Opel
until the 31st day of August for tlh
purpose of re-registering all- voter
previously registered, and to regis
ter all those who may become 21
years of age before the lirs
Tuesday in November, 1918, and al:
others who are qualified to register
All applicants for registration arc
required to appear before the Board
Clerk 3oard of Registration.
This Is Very Pleasant
'Ie l'iekens Sentirn-l issuedt a calpita
\ai' Savings edition yesterday, twelve
pages, litt of aIverIisements by patri
otic business tei r arid iirmns. the Sen.
tine) ex'ects to lty \\'ar Salving
Stamps with the rmnev tderiveil fron
these adv crtiemients. Husinesst me
of (entral contributed a page in thirt
minutes through E-. I.. Ilenderson
Which is certainly line busir ca a. 'Thi
issue of the Sentinel is a credit to the
grand old Indeilendent tState of Pickens
Ihe News congratultes Etlitor (Gart
iitott ..n the achievemaent.
r 1:.x. t t lP 1l - ...I: I.t . u I
cl . :r 11 "I;.l. .
.it cI-iit iK I 'e
en:.1. . d !t ' I'!.t l1utch. I I also co lr
ni .: r.a: :r tran'Iphmrting. .\t mn
r-i n('. nea:r scho~ol lu~us.. Rtober
stewart, 'i 'kens.
s!1Iiine wislPner" fort sale att Tfh
'c. i S.C- W ii * teal .1. 'I. fl Vin, 1.s
S ing a iti neck followed r
home firam f'ikns schooil hiousem Mon
day1' night, Ju ne In'. O wera may gi
'bair by '-nla ig ati roy hionit- for it anll
1:.inC for this :alve-rtiseent. T. A
. idr 4cauat ti n wh..-a t aund oatsL p;lana
(outh-n lIiint i-orna and~u manke. two iarop
tinri' aid wi- have~' ph-nty of1 sieed. P'i'
ens lIraug ('o.
Itiaa l' or~ ale. ait thei. el'.
faittin bliaks, ri-al .stlia.teeed, al
kindhiof blnk s, thatte LiInmor tgages
bir-gt or small ordera illedi. (). 5
Steuwart, li-ark of~ Court. 7*--t
For ,Ma he 22 1ares good land, I
niilt ofi We tsltya ol '1lege, I 1-2 ami le~
fromr a (e~ntrnIa-l; rnn ing water, somni
ti~ub-a good neighb~orhooad; can bt
boughlat cha wa~ithb good te rams. Set
me at tontce ifi intLerestLed. 1.I,. fie
I will iay~ calsha marak et price fior al
cickenas, eggs antd pecanuts delivered Li
mec at Il'ickeras. I )an Adams. Li.
For Male - I ot of cor-n, fodder an<t
fleas; i-ash or. good papera. M. J1. Wel
bor'an, P'hone 2:lo:, IPickens, S. (.
* l'ai(-es ';aaotedi below hold gooad
tal to and imeludinag \Ved nesdlay, ,
iorrn $l.85 bushelj
::: e(eswaix . ;tic lb *
I nw~ashtled (burry) -.'l 0e lb
" free from burrs 50eC lb
:: Tub wamshed, free of burrs Ghic lb *
., loots and Iflerbs - A
G. inseng, cleani and dlry $t; lb
'' Seane co Itoot, clean aind
dry ........ .25c lb
4: Pink 1ti0o1, cleanaIndldry 10e lb
Star lioot, clean and tdry l8c Itb*
taGrass, clean and dry. I5re Ibi
Ch.(iickenis arid IEggs -
4. fens ..-20c lb '
: Rooster-s - 15c lb
4. I ryang Chaickens... ..3c lb
' I )ucks, c-h - 25c to 35c
+ -gg-s, per dozen -.. 30c
We ' payv thi- Iaove for produci-e
:ni tr a a.iiegular (asth plrice-s.
Cr aig Bros. Co.
South Carolina Taxes, Includ
ing Floating Debt, Have
Doubled in Five Years.
Get these facts in your mind and keep them there:
R. A. Cooper
said in his spech at Bar)nwJ, and again at
H-ampton, that he co uldl not and would not promise
a reduction in taxes.
John L. McLaurin
says that he can and will reduce taxes, by doing
away with useless offices and useless machinery of
government, and using the same broad-guaged
business understanding that inspired him to give
South Carolina the state warehouse system.
Get Your Name on the Club Roll
Try an Advertisement in The Sentinel
he Pickens Sentinel
The People's Paper
SThe Pickens Sentinel is the oldest paper l)ub
lished in Pickens county.
Only paper published at the county seat.
Official county and city paper.
Largest and best printed paper in the county.
Prints more Pickens county niewxs than any
Has a larger' paid subscription list than any
other two Pickens county' papers combinled.
Is the Only p~aperl in the county that abides by
the psoie euain eadn amn '
reats5 everybody fair and1 alike.
More people in P'ickens county borrow The
Sentinel than any other p~aper.'g
-The best advertising medium in Pickens county.
". Thel oldestipaper', but prints the latest news." -
The'subscription price of The Sentinel is $1.50 a ::
fyear, $1.00 for eight months, 75c for six months, :
50c for four months, 40c .for three months, and 5c ::
fa single copy.
The Sentinel appr)1eciates all p)atronage and al
ways gives full value for money received.?
I H ave Boug ht 900 Acrese
I F YO)U \VA NTl A SMIA lL \I \~l I (' \
see me if you want to buy, tr ade or MelI.
Frank E. Alexander
Thle Man who selis the EartIh and Cumts it to suiit Your Taste
A NDERSON, s.( C. ie EiNs, s. C.
MaIxweIl iiHuiln saudy and(iiq 1( Mondays4.
IF YOU Lk d "ustness with a Concern that ahva'vs
give youwhatyoupay for , always tries to lease
you, dlw ikys~ a'reciales your1 pattronage, (10 businless with
I he l ickens . x:. :when you1 need anythling in its line.
I hone No. 27.
-Up-to-the-Minute Job Printing-.'C