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THE DOORS OF THE STORES Will be thrown open to the public and $18,000 worth of HIGH GRADE, UP-TO-DATE MERCHANDISE will be dump ed on the market at prices that have never before been heard of. Everything is marked in plain figures and everything is marked regardless of what it is worth, even the new spring goods will go at a great reduction. The World's Greatest Bargain Givers, are in charge of sale. They will do everything possible to make this the GREAT EST MERCANTILE EVENT that has ever been known in this section, and one that will long be cherished in the mem ories of the people of Easley and this vicinity. FREE! S Special for U 10 Valuable Prizes Free The first a $5 Gold Piece and Nine Others On Saturday between tIh.z yours of 10 a I It costs nothing to get a chance at this prize. All you o'e~ock , re will Odeo have to do is to write your name on the dotted line of the coupon, bring it to the store on FRIDAY between io and 12 o'clock and be here at the drawing which takes place at 2. Coupon Fo1 N a m e ................... .................... ................................. Write your name on dotted line and cut out along the heavy black lOSe and bring it to the store. and Dimes Buyda Likebetwe the rs o Qua yards LFan14f _____________ Te srennec e o ny. i.n ,are Busilless Days gives such vlues as we do rJ ~i W N oin writing paper, tablets, 3 envelopes and pencils. We 3 S have the Rexall line. "Nuf sed." Pickens Drug Co. The Rexall Store. - Hallum's Backache and Kidney Pills. Hallum's Liver Cleansers. M M M M M M 31313131 31313131 31 Local and Personal j About March 15, the State'* W. C. Clayton, of Liberty Board of Health will begin a route 3, was in town Tuesday. campaign for the eradication of hookworm disease in Pickens Married by J. e. Newbery at County.. I_ his office, February 24, 1913, Miss Ruthey Chambers and Mr. Wilkinson spent a few Mr. Denis Revis. all of Libert days in Piedmont last week. I Mirs. Emma Major is visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mauldin in Liberty this week. returned from Columbia on Le hi e Monday. Miss Meda Boggs and friend, Miss Mforrell of the Greenville The Ladies Aid Society of the Femrale College, came over Fri Presbyterian Church met at day night to attend the party the home of Mrs. J. J. Lewis given at the home of Miss Tuesday afternoon- Boggs. They returned to re sume their work at the College Mrs. C: N. Harris, the guest on Monday morning. of Mrs. Sarah Attaway. has re turned to her home in Danville, The Ladies Aid Society of Va. the Baptist Church met with Mrs. J. N. Gantt on M -nday Miss Mattie Finley spent afternoon. Monday in Easley. Miss Ruthey Gallowav and Cleavland Cantrell. of Easlev C. Q. Clardy, of Easley route were married by J. B. New 4, was a business visitor to the bery at his residence, March 1. city Tuesday. 1913. Mr. Earnest Folger returned home Monday from New York. Miss Patti Major, with a number of other seniors of Winthrop College, attended the inauguration in WVashington this week. Dr. J. L. Bolt, Miss Janet Bolt and Mrs. C, D. Bolt of Easley spent a few hours in the city last Thursday. Mrs. N. E. Thornley was call ed away from home last Thurs day on account of the death of her brother, Mr. Reece Fant, of Anderson, S. C. Mrs. Lairy Thornley and Emily Thornley. also attended the funeral on Friday. R. F. Moseley, of route 3,1 was in town Monday. One of the most attractive parties of the season was the party giyen by the 21 isses Bo-,s in honor of Mr. T. J. Cochran at their home on Main Street last Friday evening. Amon; the other pleasant features of entertainment were the two contests in which Mr. Bert Jones won first prize in the first contest and Miss Russell won first prize in the second contest. Those enjoy in"' the evening - re Misses Boigs. Morrell, Bright. Bowen, j Sutherland. Finley. Grandy, !, Freeman. Porter. Cox, McDon ,il. Riusseil, Miller, Parsons, 3riffin, Knight. Messrs. Coch- i 'an, Bruce, Weldon Christop- 1 ier, Enest Christopher, Xi-x- ; aider, Porter, Hiott, Hagood 3ruce. Anthony, Jonesl 7mith, Burns, Boggs, Morris, eaborn and others. During he evenlingr a salad course was served by Miss Sallie Griffin md Miss Rith Parsons. Lost--One gold pin on Main Card of Thanks Street. Finder will please re- I thank the friends for thei turn to Sentinel office. patronage to me during cour -- - - ----- week come again. Friend DI-Sy 8 Idon't forget Andy Bowen Din ner House. (Col.) Notice is hereb7 ginn th:at I will make application to J. B. New berry, For Sale Esq. Judge of Probate for Pickens coun ti in the State of South Carolina. on the l Buff and Black Orpingtons L3 day of March, 19.3, at I1 o'clock IIf you want the best poultr hereafter asoaio cao e you should get Orpington, th eard, for leave to m:ak final ettlenntt best all purpose fowl in exist A the estate of :. 0. Wal!iirns &- ance. A few trios of blacb eased and obtain <hsciim)ge as executor Orpington $1.O0 each. Egg. W. R. 0ats 82.50 per 15. It Exceutor. W. E. Hendricks. Pickens, S. C. Ernest Joye Used Etiwa e Fertilizers 207 Busels on One Acre [st Prize in eh Caroiina State Corn Contest Mr. Joye Writes to Etiwan Fertilizer Company: "We use your Fertilizers exclusively and the Potash and -3-3 used under corn were your goods and my manual in ands of Govermnent Bureau so states." (Signed) ERNEr M. JovE. Etiwan Fertilizers Have Grown the Following Prize Crops: 'irst Prize for Best Acre of Co-n in Soulh Carolina in.........1909 'irst Prize for Best Acre of Corn in Georgeto wn County, S. C. 1909 irst Prize for Best Acre of C>rn in Georgetown County, S.C. 1910 irst Prize for largest Ea r of Coin in Georgetown county S. C.1910 )00 bushels on ten acres in Williamsburg County, S. C.......1910 isrt Prize For Best Acre of Corn in South Carolina in .........1912 tiwan Fertilizers Always Give Best Results For Sale By Folger, Thornley & Co., Pickens MARCH WINDS Dike's Peroxogen Cream. A gentle, harmless skin tone 25c. . Dik'es Skin Soap. Antiseptic and pure- 25c. Dike's Face Powder. In white, flesh a d brunette 25c: Dike's Dainty Perfumes. Any odor 50c oz. Phone 24 Keowee. Pharmacy Pickens, S. C. H .f 50MN EEDC0Q Buy Mixson's High-Grade Seeds and Be Proteted. All seeds are carefully grown-examined and tested before being shipped to you. They will grow the largest crops. You make no mistake in buying from us as all seeds are guaranteed pure and of high vi:ality.. We save you money and give you the best seeds ,u the market. Seeds suitable for Southern soils and climate. Special prices and low freight rates on large ship ments of Beans, Cucumbers, Cabbage, Corn, Sorghum, Cotton and other seeds. We have every kind of seed for truck farms or garden. Farmers should have our free catalogue and complete price list before placing their orders. Write for same to-day while you think of it. . Address W. H. MIXSON SEED CO., CHARLESTON, S. C. 5 . J+..