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WILL BE WITH US
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
ONE DAY ONLY
He is a special representative of Brown Sloan
Optical Co., Greenville, S. C. He is an expert, a
specialist, and we personally guarantee his services. *V
The weather does not affect his work, see him on
above date rain or shine. :: t
Yours to please,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. 11ALLU M, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
I Have Several Houses and Lots
Nicely finished up and in good sections of the town. Will sell or
exchange for small farm. 'This property belongs to Mr. 1. M.
Also have several farms near l'iekens for sale.
Mr. Mauldin is now in Columbia and is anxious to dispose of
Can give terms. See me.
Frank E. Alexander
The Man Who Sells the Earth and Cuts it to Suit Your 'T'aste
ANDERSON. . c. PICKENS, S. C.
Maxwell iBuildinrg. Saturdays and Mondays.
"los"" Ladies' Oxfords y
A T REDUCED PRICES ti
I Jtwill pay you to come and look them over and 1t
14 get your next summer footwear now, as the n
1 the price will be much higher next year. 1 to
n We are handling the famous Peters Brand 14
1 Shoes, 'Strong as the I.Law." These shoes it
MM have a nation-wide re)utatioln.
SAll-of our Summer stock going at reduced prices.
Beautiful line of fall goods coming in.
i Highest Prices Paid i:
SFOR PRODUC E
14 (0OR N - .0pr'uhl
Xl l'' I LIRS-30 cent s a pound1( t o 50 cents each
Yours for trade, ~
9 J. W. H ENDRICKS
GIVE ONE 4
0 TO YOUR BOY
Whether he's mn camp :r in
schoolihe will iedaWtra
Fountain IPen-the best made.
4Weihavel them for ~i~ad so.
Large stock of School Tablets,
0 Stationery, etc.
R.cen E. -Lewis,iProp.
Picen - South Caroli a
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Allen,
September 2, a daughter.
The Sentinel appreciates it when its
riends sends it local items.
Have you seen the Keowee Hank's
ew bookkeeping machine?
W 'T Griflin and family of Greenville
pent Sunday with friends in Pickens.
Dick Jennings and family of Green
ille spent Sunday with his parents in
Capt. John L. Valley, of Fort Ogle
borpe, spent Sunday with his family
Olar Nalley has ;accepted a place as
alesman for the Pickens Hardware
nd Grocery Co.
Pastor Hcdges of the Grace Metho
ist church has:been granted a month's
Young ladies of Oolenoy will give a
lay at their school house Friday night
:r the benefit of the Red Cross.
Mrs. Ed G.EMcDaniel, of Rutherford
:unty, N. C , nee Hester Cureton, is
isiting relatives in Pickens county.
sse C. Jennings and family_of
[ardeeville are visiting his parents,
Ir. and Mrs. J, C. Jennings, in Pickens.
Mr. and Mrs. Squires of Greenville
ere recent visitors at the home of her
bother, Mrs. K. L. Cureton, in Pickens.
Read the advertisement of the Wes
yan Methodist College. This is a
Mme institution which deserves sup
W. M. Chappell recently received word
uat his son George N. Chappell has
ended safely in France with the 81st
HIenry .). IHendricks and family of
nderson have been visiting relatives
id friends in Pickens county during
re past few weeks.
Miss Alherta Yongue gave her Sun
ty school class a picnic in Hollings
orth's pasture Friday afternoon and
(e occasion was much enjoyed.
Mrs. F. '1'. Pickens of Veaverville,
C., is visiting her 'aughter, Mrs. B.
.)ay, in Pickens. Mrs. Day has been
pry sick with fever, but we are glad
say is improving now.
The Pickens Drug Co.'s regular vis
ing optician will be at their store
axt Saturday, September 7. All his
ork is guaranteed and the local drug
ore stands behind it. See advertise
Sergeants Wmn. Freund of Chicago,
.IK. Ives of Hartford, Conn., Joseph
.Crews, Chas. E. H-ill and C. L.
Pickson of the state of Washington
were recent guests at the home of M.
.Hester in Pickens.
Mrs. B. IB. LaBoon andl children,
Larry, Jack, Flossie and baby, motored
a Rock Hill recently to visit her sister,
Irs. Olga Richey Goodwin. Mrs. Good
rin returned with them to Pickens andl
pent several days with relatives.
Send the home paper to that boy of
ours in France. Several Sentinels
ow go to -France every week. There
a nothing else the boys over there
vould rather have than news from home
- a letter first, the home paper next.
The next union meeting of the Pick
ns Association will be held with Pleas
*nt Grove church, embracing the fifth
~unday in September. Program will
ppear next week. The churches are
sked to elect and send a full delega
l'he Central chapter Red Cross rooms
,ill be open on Tuesday mornings
rom 9 to 12 and Thursday afternoons
r~om 2 to 5, beginning September 3.
'hey are located over the Hobbs-Hen
erson store. Everybody is cordially
ivited to the rooms at these hours.
It is with much regret that we chron
31e the serious illness of Mrs. Robert
L. Bowen, one of Pickena' oldest and
ery best ladles. She has been at the
olnt of death for several days, and
rhile there seems no chance for recov
ry hosts of friends still trust that she
till get well and spend 'many more
ears of usefulness with us.
T. R. Allen has resigned his p~osition
s mana'ger of the Pickens Hardware
nd Grocery Co. to accept a position
,ith Sullivan-Markley Hardware Co.
f Greenville. He is now taking a
hert, vacation before entering upon his
ew duties. The people here regret to
-ec old Riley leave, but wish him abun
lant success in his new place. Hie has
)een in Pickens twelve years and has
rnde friendIs without number in this
:ommunity. Hie will not move his fain
lv to r,.-..:n.fo sm,. tie .
$i Reward, $1$
Abe readere of this paper win be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to cure in all Its stages and
that is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly
influenced by constitutional conditions
requires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Medicine is taken internally and
acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur
taces of the System thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, giving the
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature in doing its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in the curative powers of Hall's
Catarrh Medicine that they offer One
Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails
to cure. Send for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CICNIY & CO., Toledo,
Ohio. Sold by all Druggist, 760.
Not ices inserted i this coluin for one cont a
wvoadi for lust Issortion ri te-half cent a word
for etch hiubseq1u nt itUhu'rt l'.
For Male---Duroc Pigs. Delivery
Sept. 16th. First coners gets choice.
T. D. Harris. 19
For Sale-Two mule colts, three
years old. W. J. Lynch, Pickens
For Male--Good 4-year-old mule;
Al qualities; weigh about 800 pounds.
One 21-2 Studebaker wagon, practi
cally new, at bargain. Cash or good
papers on either. G. W. Keasler, Sun
set, S. C. 19
lost between Six Mile and Moun
tain Grove church a pair of rimless
glasses in case. Finder please return
to this oflice or J. L. Dillard's store at
Six Mile and get reward. 18
For sale- -20 bushels of fine Abruz
zi rye; also few Berkshire pigs. R. A.
Hester, Liberty R-3. 17tf
For wale-Fresh cow with fourth
calf. W. M. Edens, Pickens R-6. 18
Tie biggest supply of writing tab
lets and school tablets we have ever
had. See our new line of pound paper
and box paper. Pickens Drug Co.
For Sale-Ford touring car, 1917
model, shock absorbers, Yale lock,
broad steering wheel, good tires. In
first class condition. Also one Gurley's
surveyor's compass, six-inch needle,
with Jacob's staff, in first class condi
tion. George E. Welborn, Pickens R-3.
Phone 2303. 16-tf
See ourt line of Cameo Rings and
ilrooenes. Prices up to $20.00. Sim
mons' Chains, guaranteed a life-time,
$5.00. Pickens Drug Co.
( otn Vn t tel-- J. T. FIlvnn, Eas
Iey, S. C. 7-tf
Ilanils t'or sale at the clerk's
oliee---real estate mortgages, satis
faction blanks, real estate deeds, all
kinds of blanks, chattel mortgages;
large or small order iilled. U. S.
Stewart, Clerk of Court. 7-tf
My wife, Mrs. Zora Ozment. having
left me without any just cause, I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted by her. J. V. OZMEINT.
Central, S. C., 3d Sept. 1918. 20
Has ,just closed one of the most.
suiccessful years in its histol'y.
The 37th annual session will he
gin Sept. 25th.
Write for' new illustrIated cat
logue, also and (Q:IKL for' por1
ticulars concerning our specin\
offer' to a few girls who Canl not
payv our catalogue rle. A\ddress
J. M. Rhodes i ttleton, N. ('.
L. 4. T4NNERVY
LIBERT 1EV S. C.
Graduate and Registered
Eyes Scientifically Examined.
Glasses Accurately Fitte-d.
Tfhe Sentinel office has a small supply
of Millers' Certificates in stock which
are being sold at 40c per hundred.
WVhen ordering by rnail add *r cents per
hundred for postage.
is one thing and
is another. We specialize in
the latter --the kind that will
make your letterheads, station-I
ery and advertising matter a
credit to your business. Qh See
us the next time you nced
something in the printing line.
Wesleyan Methodist College
Central, S. C.
Distinctly Christian, supported and controlled by the Wes
leyan Methodist Church, but in no sense sectarian. Not
show, but work--honest, thorou k is our aim. Char
tered by the State of South Caroina work
The faculty makes the school. Ten experienced men and
women, graduates of the leading colleges, Constitute the
acuity. Thirteen states repr ented in sdent body and
faculty. ,. ,"
'he main building is a three-story brick and cement struct
urheated by steam, electric lighted, supplied with toilets
and shower baths. Eighteen rooms besides office and chapel.
Two dormitories wit h commodious rooms. co fandapm
" comprises 145 acres. . - 01fr
A four years high school course preparing for any standard
college. A four years college course, requiring thirteen
units for admission, and three years heological course.
" Splendid musical advantages in piano and voice under
thoroughly qualified teachers.
Our rates are the lowest compatible with high standards.
" Only $75 pays tuition fee and board for a term of eighteen
weeks. For further information ask any business man of
* Central or any old student, or address the
PRESIDENT H. C. BEDFORD, 4. 0., 4. M., D. D.
How much do you think
1. To dress beef, cure hides, and
prepare all the numerous by
2. To cool the meat for two or
three days before shipment?
3. To freight it to all parts of
the country in special refrige
rator cars, iced daily?
4. To carry it in hundreds of
branch houses, each with its
5. And to deliver it to the retailer
- sweet and fresh - in less
than two weeks after dressing?
Swift & Company did all this
for you in 1917 at an expense of
less than 2%/ cents per pound of
beef sold, including an average
profit of %/ of a cent a pound.
Figure for yourself how little
effect, this cost and profit had
on prices you paid for beefsteak.
Swift & Company, U. S.A.
IF YOU 'ike to do business with a concern that always
gvsyou what you pay for, always tries to please
you, and always appreciates your patronage, do business with
The Pickens Sentinel when you need anything in its line.
Phone No. 27.
Try an Advertisement in The Sentinel
Another car of Cedar Shingles and they are going good.
How about that old roof that is giving trouble ever~y time
We also have a small stock of house paint that is going
at a reasonable~ prico.
Easley Lumber Company,
SSuccessors to Picens Lumber Co., Pickens, S. C.