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Local and
Robt. Keith, of PumDkintown
has appendicitis.
Miss Lorena Taylor spent
Sunday in Pickens.
John Smith, of Cateechee,
was in Pickens Monday.
Furman Holder has set him
self up to a new top buggy.
Wm A Gilstrap of Norris was
here on business last week.
Hon. J. E. Boggs attended
court in Anderson last week.
Laurens Murphree, of Mile
Creek, was in town .last week.
Rev. J. E. Crim, of Liberty,
was seen on our streets last Fri
E. M. Gilstrap, of Murphry,
was in town last week on busi
Misses Helen Boggs and Fran
cis Bruce spent Saturday in
Maj. Gideon Lynch, of Oole
noy, was here last week on
Alexander Edens has moved
to John Harris' place on the
Easley road.
Miss Florence Bowen has re
turned home after a very pleas
ant visit to Liberty.
Miss Floride Carey is spend
ing a very pleasant time with
friends in Georgia.
A few of the young people
enjoyed a dance in the hall last
Friday evening.
Miss Fay Twitty of Gaines
ville, ' a., is the attractive guest
of Mrs. Bruce Hagood.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Edens, of
Pickens route 4, were in town
last Friday shopping.
Messrs. B. H. Johnson and
Simmons of Central were visi
to:s in Pickens Tuesday.
The numerous friends of Mrs
N. E. Thornley will be pleased
to know that she is able to be
up again.
J. E. Gillespie, a good citizen
who lives on Pickens route 2,
was a business visitor it town
Miss Eva Christopher is in
Pickens again after spending a'
very pleasant time with friends
in Easley. ___
Born on the 19th inst to Bar
ton Nealey and wife a 14 lb.
son. He is not quite large
enough to plow.
Johnnie Joe McFall, who has
been at home for some time on
account of illness, returned to
school Monday morning.
Messrs. Melvin Holder and
John Hendricks have bought
the Grandy mill, at the Holder
Ford. Mr. Harris is the miller.
Occasionally a bale of cotton
is brought to town and sold, but
not often. The crop of last
year has about all been market
Clayton and Carlisle Newton,
this week visited the former's
father at Pendleton, who re
cently had a stroke ot paralysis.
He is improving slowly.
Mrs. W. E. Robinson was
brought from Liberty last week
and is now with her mother,
Mrs. K. L. Cureton. She has
been in ill health for. some time.
and physicians thought thei
change would be beneficial.
SPenslar--White Pin<
S For Your Cough in
Penslar LaxatiY
Is an Ideal Treatment
( Keowee F
C) yPickens,
$$ n1 Mst ncEach
R. G. Gaines, of Central was
1 Pickens last week on business.
Hon. Mathew Hendricks of
Pumpkintown. who has been
ick for several weeks is re
Married by J. B. Newberry
at his residence, Jan. 19, 1913,
Niss Addie McKee and Frank
liver of Central
Married by J. B. Newberry
Jan. 19, 1913, Miss Bertha J.
Heaton and James P. Williams
f Pickens route 4.
Rev. J. C. Bailey filled his
regular appointment in the
Presbyterian church here Sun
day afternoon. His text was
The Creation, and those who
heard the sermon got some new
thoughts on this subject. Those
who were not present missed a
great pleasure and benefit.
1 Cabbag
Leave orders with us earl
wants large and small.
and guaranteed.
The Rex
1 Hallum's Liver Cleansers,
William Clayton, an exten
siye and successful farmer of
the Central section, was in
Pickens last week on business.
Miss Gussie* Cureton is at
home for a few days attending
her sister, Miss Carrie Robinson,
of Liberty. We are glad to say
that Mrs. Robinson is some bet
Carlisle Newton and wife of
Beverly section, had born unto
hem a fine son on the 8th inst.
The people in the Piedmont dis
trict of South Carolina are op
osed to foreign immigration
A. J. Boggs is having the old
Richey house remodeled. After
it is completed he and his f am
ly will occupy it, and from the
present outlook they will have
one of the prettiest homes in
the city.
Mr. Isaac O'Shields, of Dacus
rlle, was a business visitor to
the county seat last week. He
has been a subscriber to The
Sentinel about 25 years and we
were glad to have him call on
is while here.
The infant child of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Byars died on the
16th inst. and was buried the day
following at the cemetery here.
Mr. Byars himself has been
sick 10 days from a severe case
of grip. ___
A. A. Adams, who has be'sn
iving in Anderson county for
some time past, has moved with
his family to Pickens route 1.
Mr. Adams began his stay here
right by subscribing to The
Married on Sunday evening
at 3 o'clock, the 19th of January
at the residence of the officiat
ing minister, *W. C. Seaborn,
Mr. Mack Stewart, of Liberty
ute :3, to Miss Edna Clardy,
f Central route 3.
Rev, David M. Ramsay, ores
dent of Greenville Female C.>
lege, last Sunday in the Pickens
Baptist church, to large congre
ations, preached two great ser
tons. Noted for being eloquent,
:l9ar, logical and instructive,
L)r. Ramsay is among the ablest
ffinisters that ever preached in
& Spruce Balsam 5
Price 25c
Combination With
~Cold Breakers
or Coughs and Colds
Don't Let Periodical Spells of S1
Lazy Fever Ruin Your Temper
and Spoil Your Work.
If your .ver does-t behave right all )1
the timc-if it s,metimes stops working M
and you become bilibus and "hea(lachy" at
-don't take calonel. but try Dodsoij
Liver Tone.
You are safe on taking Dodisoz,'s Lver PI
Tore. It's a harmless, pleasant vege- fa
table remedy that starts the liver with
out stirring up your whole system as
calomel often does. It is especially
good fo: children who need a liver tonic
once in a while, but who should not ba mII
dosed with strong drugs. Dodson'sLiv- W
er Toe is sold by Pickens Drug Co. F
This store guarantee it with a clean open -
and shut guarantee-your money back
with a smile if it fails to satisfy. Ir:e bi
50c a bottle,and your money is as safe as T
if you had it in your pocket. If you to
need the mekicine you need it badl-if P
it doesn't satisfy you-your money back. -
Buy a bottle from Pickens Drug Co. to
day under this guarantee.
a Plants ~
. We can supply your ki
Plants Charleston grown h
Drug Co. S
31 Store.
best for the liver, 25c box
Peache-z takc mnore
from the soil than any otl
It has been conclu-sively prv
shipping quality are rot eccurc
adequate supply of
The best grower' u1 fr: 100 to 20
-annlualiy on their urchad i:i ad: n~Ii t
-tion of mineral fertilizers S>a&ld Gegi e
.to insure stron:g wood1 a:.d eaLr:y I *au
-longer bearing pleriod.
-,Most peach orchards starve to dea
- be giving their very be:;t
anced ration and reap th
WVrite us for loa
* * bo wis withfomul
~'Seeds That
/ Because we use the greatest
S examining and testing all seeds
crops and greater profits for yo
' Mixson's High-Grade Seeds
'4 gardens.
We carry a large stock of].
\that are specially adapted to So
Special prices on lante quar
from Charleston to Southern
* .for complete descriptive catc
The holiday season is now ovei
person is the county for their past
prosperous business for 1912. and n'
much better shape to serve you in 1
in the past.
Remember we carry a good lin
implements. Look at our Perfectii
labor. We also have the Perfectio
We call them 2 in 1 iWe guarante
give satisfaction. We carry the V
plows also. This being the best tu
money. Come let us sho w you om
WTood, the best that has ever been
Roofing, best Rubber Roofing. prio
to need Back Bands, Traces Colia
stocks, single and double lines. E~
are going to buy a good Myers Pur
much labor off the House Keeper.
dollars up. Comec and let us show
We carry a full line of Groceri<
money can buy. We want youir<
price paid1 for same.
Picken Hardware
lassified Column i
ibscribers of The Sentinel may
Lve 25 words inserted in this
column, free of charge
Buy your frost proof cabbage
.mts from k. S. CANNON,
egets, S, C. 1,000 to 4,000
$1.25. 5,000 to 9,000 at 51.00.
,000 to 15,000 at 90c. Special
ices on larger orders and satis
ction guaranteed.
For Sale
The T. J. Robinson place one
ile south of Pickens. 27 acres.
ell improved. Apply to Jno.
50 acres land. House and out
ilidings. Price $14 per acre.
rms 400 cash with ualance
suit purchaser. E. H. Field,
.ckens, S. C.
Money to Loan.
Loans on farms. Three hun
ed dollars to ten thousand dol
rs. Easy terms Apply to
T. Jaynes, Walhalla. S.C., or
F. Keown, Pickens, S. C.
WVill Rosemond, the black
aith, has found a bunch of
vs which the owner may
ve by calling for and describ
g them.
You get the best 7 and 8 blade
;alk Cutter at Pickens Hdw.
Gro. Co.
Patronize our classified col
er fruit cro-p.
M_ that flavor and
d unless there is a
L~ N
pon-'Ids .: :uriate of Potash
e plehae The applica
h at a time w ben~ the'y should '"
reun.Fced them a b.1- d
prices an:dfree '
$ and diredus.
A o *o- POTASH
d'-- PAYS
Grow !
care in growing, huying,
The result is increased
i. Actual tests provc that
r best for truck farms or
OTTON and other seeds
.ithern soils and climate.
tities-low freighit rates -
points. Write us to-day
oue and prices.
ED CO., , %".'r
TON, S. C./
.We wish to thank every
'avors. We have had a most
e feel conifidont that we are in
he future than we have been
Sof Hardware and farming
n pow stock, they save you
i stock complete with turners.
e every one of these stocks to
m. J. Oliver improved turn
'n plow on the market for the
Disc harrow, the Walter A.
in our sectioni. A*'l arades of
$1.00 per' e(. Yu are going(
is, Collar pads. Plows. Plow.
ares of all kinds. And you
p for your well, and take so
'We hav e them from six
y o this line.
s at al times, the best that
'hickens and eggs. Highest c
& Grocery Co.
We have just hnishe
we found some lines of m
and others only a remnan
regardless of cost. The --
latest styles, and it will pa
last long at prices quoted
A Real
LOT NO. I. A beat
LOT NO. 2. $15.0
Big Lot of Silks at Big Re
27x36 in. wide. only 79c.
Sheno silks 27 in. wide 1
Big Ribbon Sale on disp
beautiful line of ribbons t
2-A nice line of Taffetta
-One lot beautiful collar
Big Reductions in many li
you to visit the Big Stor
Golden Creek Baptist church
net Saturday, January 4th,
.913, and with an act of the
)ody in legal conference revised
he church roll and all the mem
ers who were not taking an
tive part and living up to
eir duty was placed on a drop
ist and all who are fearing God I
nd trusting in him may come j
Lnd make satisfactory arrange- I
ent with the church and re
ain their memnbershio. The
umber on the drop list was 56
-hich leaves :34.
Rev. B. C. Atkinson, Mod.
V. M. Nations, C. C.
Chronic Coughs and Colds.|
Strong, vigorous men and women.
tardly ever catch cold; it's only when'
he system is run down and vitality
w that colds and coughs get a foot
Now isn't it reasonable that the
right way to cure a cough is to build
p your strength again?
Mrs. Olivia Parhamn, of East Dur
ham, N. C., says: "I took Vinol for a
~hronic cough which had lasted two
years. and the cough not only disap
peared, but it built up my strength
s well."
The reason Vinol is so efficacious in
nch cases is because it contains in a
felicious concentrated form all the
tnedicinal curative elements of cod
i.ver oil, with tonic, blood-building
Iron added.
Chroni'c coughs and colds yield to
TinoI because it builds up the weak
ued, run-down system.
You can get your money back any
lime if Vinol does not do all we say.
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S. C.
Sat hand, and it offers except
onal opportunities for immnense:
avings to those who can use;
ny of the articles of
hat our atock offers. Prices!
ae eenl I weredi regardless of
ost. and you can glean many j
i unusual bargin by visiting our
ore during this sale
asly iSi C
y Clearanc
I our annual invent,ry, and in goin
erchandise that had not sold as we]
t left and in either case our rule is t
)ods quoted below are not shop-wor
y you to come early and get first cl
Bargain in Cravanette Co
itiful cravanette overcoat, former pi
and 16.5o coats only 9.48
luctions. f.50 Silks all shades only
50c silks 18x27 in. wide only 3
lay in our dry goods department.
at sold for i5c and 25C only 5c pel
and Satins, 25C to 35c values only
that sold ior 40 to 6oc values only
nes of seasonable lines of merchand
for the next 30 days.
Pickens, S. C.
A. K. P)
This will inform the readers of
till at the old stand in "West End
tocks of Dry Goods, Underwear, N
ave ever carried, and my prices SI
oods can be sold for. A few price
ight on prices.
A good Calico 5 cents.
A good Cotton Check 5 eents.
Canton Fl.nnels 5, 8 1-3, 10 an
Men's heavy Fleeced Shirts 50
Ladies' heavy Fleeced Vest ani
Prepare for cold weather which
good blanket. My shoe stock is c
3.nd prices the lowest. Don't fail tc
Strong and Durabi
IGive steady, bright light.
Easy to clean and rewick.
Don't blow out in the wind.
EVERYWHERE (Incorporated in N4
Newark, N. J.
old Weather Stop Vo1
We have some values that pay y
rearisome trips to secure.
A few more of those 1.50 Oil C0
A few more Robin Hood Shells
While they last we will sell a gc
pring for .$1.50, This will pay you
td, Some special values in under,
Bring on all the chickens and ej
t's keep the ball rolling,
Yours for busir
r through our stock
I as they should,
o ciose them out
;, but the season's
toice as they won't
-ice $17-50 to close
98c. i.oo silks
7 I-2c. One lot
Table No. i-A
- yard. Table No.
i oc. Table No. 3
I -C.
ise and it will pay
W co.
The Sentinel that I am
, with one of the best
otior.- and Shoes that I
-IALL BE the lowest, that
: will convince you we are
d 12 1-2 cents.
l Pants 25 and 50 cents.
is sure to come by buying
omplete, quality the best
~come to see me.
For Fishing,
TflS Camnping,
and Hard
Use Under AU
e Conditions.
Eay Light.
Don't Smoke.
w Jey)
u From Trading
ou to make many long
ml and 5 gallons Oil for
for 40C.
od 20-coil folding bed
for pulling through the
wear etc,
ggs you can spare and

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