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IStore: Pickens The Rex; Hallum's Backache and Liver C] Local and Casey Porter left Monday for Atlanta. A. B. Taylor was in town Tuesday. T. J .Mauldin spent Thursday in Coumbia. Miss-;'rances Bruce spent Fri day and Saturday in Easley. Cap'n J. T. Taylor spent Saturday in Taylors. E. Byrde, was in Green on-business Monday. . Larry Thornley has re ed home from Anderson. .T. J. Mauldin is visiting ds in Greenville. isS Nellie Grandy visited nds in Greenville the first of week. A. M. Morris, whe attended the inauguration in Washington is back in Pickens. Roy Grandy, who is working - \in Norway, visiting relatives in 3 Pickens this week. R Hanna, a good citizen of route 5, was in town Monday 'on business. Dr. Douglas Yongue of An derson, S. C. was in the city on Sunday. .~ -nt Sunday with mother in Pickens. and Mrs. C. D. Bolt and' Janet Bolt,~of Easley were 'tors in Pickens last week. ~am Christopher entertained *band members at supper night last week. .Clayton Newton visited father in Pendleton last k. raig Brothers are selling corn frog: the prize acre hi of Pickens county. hn R. Harris of iselton, te inspector of fertilizers is tnercitrorr bsin~ess, -Editor J. L.0O. Thompson of the Liberty Gazette, was a prominent visitor to the city on ~Monday. mi ragory have been visitiong Rev. and-Mrs. J. M. Stewart. Avery Looper, a popular and well known young man of this couty, has accepted a position esman with C. D. Stradley & o.o Greenville, and left Ffor th i~ty Monday. When~ -his frie st this side are in Greenville Avbr~y will be glad to Lhaye them call and see him. MARCH Dike's Peroxogen Cr skin tone 25c. Dik'es Skin Soap. 1 - Dike's Face Powder. In 25c: Dike's Dainty Perfumes Phone : -,Keowee I - Pickens Southern Schedules Effective Sept N. B.-The following schedule figures are not guaranteed. Premier. Carie ARRIVE FRO1 No. 44 ATLANT L Stops to discharge passengers passengers for Charlotte and No. 36 NEW ORLEANS anc Stops onlyC No. 42 SENEC A (Daily) -- o.ls ATLANTA. c 40 AT LA MTA.... N .:20 BIRMINGHA M and - For Wasllington& and New Y> sengers from Atlanta and to r lotte and beyond ARRIVE FROMh *29 NEW YORK and WASH] Stopbs to take on passengel 39 CHARLOTTE-.----. 11 CHARLOTE-.... 41 CHARLOTTE (Daily)..--: -For further information apply to Tica W.R.TABER,P. & T. A. -es such v.iues as we do g writing paper, tablets, I velopes and pencils. We M ie the Rexall line. "Nuf sed." Drug Co. ill Store. Kidney Pills. Haliun's eansers. Personal James P. Carey, Jr., has re turned from a trip to Miami, Florida, where he went on busi ness Mr. and Mrs. McCagen of Greenville were the week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Ritchey. Thurman Cochran has gone to Birmingham, Ala., to join the Southern League base ball team of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Drew Attaway, Miss Margaret Attaway of Greenville and Miss Eula Atta way of Liberty were the guest of Mrs. Sarah Attaway last Sunday. Boone Care'y of the Riverside Military Academy in Gaines ville is spending his vacation in Pickens. A number his class mates attended the inauguration in Washington. Mr. Sam Mauldin of the Mt. Pisgah section of Anderson county is in Pickens on business this week. Mr, Mauldin is one of Anderson county's most prosperous farmers and good citizens. Bruce Stewart, a student of Clemson College, son of Mr. Robert Stewart of Pickens, came home Tuesday to remain until he sufficiently recovered from a spell of sickness to re sume his studies. We hope he will soon be 0. K. again. Mr. Smith, the photographer, is in Pickens every Monday morning. He invites all svho desire pictures made, framed or finished to give him a trial. Mr. Smith does excellent work and and any one desiring anything in his line, will do well to call on -him at his office over the Keowee Pharmacy. Miss Booke& of Greenville has come to Pickens to take up her work as milliner with Heath Bruce-Morrow Company. Miss Booker comes highly recomend ed to us and we are glad to have her in our city. We wish for her the best success with her work. Miss Josie Chastain will assist Miss Booker. The five year old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Lynch of the Sunset se tion of this county, had an eye shot out by an older brother on February 28th. The boys were playing with a bow and arrow when an arrow hit the younger boy in the eye. It was entirely an accident. The little fellow was taken to Green ville and is doing well. The sale now on at Craig Bros. has proved to be a great boon for purchasers. Unheard of bargains have been going every day since the sale opened last Friday. Many articles of splendid value have been mark ed down so low that it seems like giving them awvay. Those who have failed to attend this sale are missing something. WINDS $ ea. A gentle, harmless $ ntiseptic and pure 25c. I( white, flesh a d brunette .Any odor 5oc oz. 4 5 har macy s. C. Railway 22,17912 from Easley. are publishod only as informia-ion anid r of the South THE SOUTH -----------2.20 am from Atlanta, or to receive. beyond. ATLANTA- 5.45am m Sundays ----------8.3 am ----------1 45 pm ------- ---------6.25 p ATLANTA-- 7.53 pm rk. on o dischare pas eceive as engers for Char THE NORTH [NGTON-..----6.5am s for Atlanta 4 ----- ----------11.55am ----------4.0 pm ----------9.55 pm et Agent or write W. E. McGEE A. G. P The farrr ers rn '1e .gco;: ue )f the rece-t fait. woathei Miss Ma y L :s h.s ret2 ;:recd rorn a ple: sant visit te 1iC.. and. Mr. Claude Hester has move od into the Farr house on Hamp ton Avenue. Last bunday was a lovely day. The automobiles and bug ies were very much in evi dence. Miss Tirzah Hughs has been visiting Miss Stella Newbery for the last few days. Mrs. Earl Bomar of Greenville was visiting her many friends in town last Saturday and Sunday. Hon. J. E. Boggs and Post taster A. M. Morris repre sented this place at the inaugu ration of President Wilson. The fruit crop is thought to be safe in this section. The recent cold weather has served to keep back the blooms. Misses Mary Rob rtson, Mary Hammond and Margie Ham mond, of Greenville, visited Mrs. T. R, Allen Saturday and Sun day. The ladies of the Methodist church will have an Easter sale on Friday the 21st instant in the McFall store room. They will have for sale waists,aprons, collais and other articles useful and dainty. Your patronage will be appreciated. A letter from Miss Patti Maior to a friend in town brings the good news that she is having the time of her life sight seeing in Washington. She with the senior class from Winthrop took in the inauguration of President Wilson and spent a week in the city. They were in charge of President Johnson. Miss Grace Prince, milliner this season for Folger Thornley Company, is here for the mil linery season. Miss Prince was formerly a resident of Pickens and has many friends who are glad to have her here. Sthne was. bead milliner in Seneca last season and has very high reo'mendations from all of er employers. Miss Mattie inley is to be her assistant. MRS. WM. ARCHER Tells Mothers What To Do For Delicate Children. "My fourteen-year-old daughter was very thin and delicate. She had a bad cough so that I became very much alarmed about her health. She was nervous and did. not sleep well, had very litt' appetite and doctors did not help her. Having heard so much about Vinol, I decided to give it a trial. It has helpedher wonderfully. he can sleep all night now without coughing once; in fact, her cough Is gone. Her appetite is greatly im proved and she has gained in weight. Vinol is a wonderful medicine, and I will always keep it in the house. I wish every mother knew what Vinol will do for delicate children." Mrs. Win. Archer, 223 Broadway, Long Branch, N. J. This declicious cod liver and iron preparation without oil is a wonderful body-builder and strength-creator for both young and old. We promise~ to give back your money in every such case where Vinol does not benefit. This shows our faith in VinoL, Pick-ens Drug C '., Pickens, s. C. Keep your eye on our classified olumn. ErnestJ Etiwan F 207 Bushels 1st Prize in South Carol Mi. Joye Writes to Etiw "We use your Fertilizers< 3-3 used under corn wvere yc lands of Government Bureau s (Sig Etiwan Fertilizers Have Grow~' First Prize for Best Acre of Corn First Prize for Best Acre of Corn i First Prize for Best Acre of Corni First Prize for largest Ear of Corn 1000 bushels on ten acres in Willi Fisrt Prize For Best Acre of Corn Etiwan Fertilizers Alwm For Se Folger, Thorniey Buggies and W I haVe just received best material in wood and gies, wagons and all kinds how to do the wor-k. T also do first-clas blacksmithing. Ciassified Cohmn One-Cen -A-Word Subscribers of The Sentinel may have 25 words inserted in this column, free of charge Wanted Hogs Wanted.-If you have bogs for sale that have not been exposed to cholera, write to the Veterinary Division, Clemson College,giving number, weight, breed. and price. We want 1,000 cords green poplar and dead pine wood at Pickens, Easley, Croswell, Lib erty. Norris, Central, Calhoun and Courtney. See or write us for specifications and price. Good mules and horses for sale. Gaines and Gassaway. Central. Buy your frost proof cabbage plants from r'. S. CANNON, Megets, S, C. 1,000 to 4,000 at. 90c. 5,000 to 9,000 at 80c. 10.000 to 15,000 at 75c. Special prices on larger orders and satis faction guaranteed. For Sale Buff and Black Orpingtons. If you want the best po'iltry you should get Orpingtons, the best all purpose fowl in exist ance. A few trios of black Orpington $4.00 each. Eggs $2.50 per 15. W. E. Hendricks, Pickens, S. C. For Sale-Three nice fresh milch cows. G. A. Ellis, Pickens, R. 2 For Sale-Pure Indian Runner ducks, from heavy laying strain. Guaranteed white eggs. 7 ducks, 3 drakes price $10.00. Also a limited number of high grade Rhode Island Red eggs. $1. per setting. Apply to Miss Pearla Hester, Liberty, R. 3. For Sale-One top buggy al most new, cheap. Inquire at this office. t2 For Sale -Fawn and White Indian Runner Duck eggs, pure white egg strain, heavy layers, $3.00 per setting of 12. I have the best stock that could be ob tained. Start right. I nave also a pen of 7 ducks and 2 drakes, Penciled strain, th-it I will sell cheap. Mrs. R. R. Roark. For Rent For Rent-Good 8-room house, Good garden, lot and outbuild ings, close in the town of Pick ens. Apply to J. L. 0. Thomp son. Liberty. For rent-Good one-horse crop. Renter expected to furnish his own stock. Mrs. N. S. Moseley, Pickens. S. C., R. F. D. 3. Lost and Found. Lost-One gold pin on Main Street. Finder will please re turn to Sentinel office. Five-Dollars Reward Lost -A white and black spotted, bob tail, setterbird dog. Answers to the name Tilman. Last seen on Boeg's Mountain, February 24. If found return to Jay Mullinax, Central. S. C. and get reward. Money to Loan. Loans on farms. Three hun dred dollars to ten thousand dol lars. Easy terms Apply to R. T. Jaynes, Walhalla, S.C., or J. F. Keown. Pickens, S. C. apr23 Subscribe for The Sentinel. cye Used ertilhzers on One Acre [na State Corn Contest ran Fertilizer Company: exclusively and the Potash and ur goods and my manual in o states.'' ied) ERNENT M. JOYE. n the Following Prize Crops: in South Carolina in....1909 n Georgeto wn County, S. C. 1909 n Georgetown County, S. C. 1910 in Georgetown county S. C. 1910 amsburg County, S. C. ..1910 in South Carolina in....1912 iys Give Best Results Lie By & Co., Pickens agons Repaired. I Scomplete line of the very iron for repairing bug ;of vehicles, and T know ino and g-eneral GIGANTIC SALE IN FU CRAIG, BI PICKEN Just ten more days gain Festival, and aith a great amount of mer on hand a big assortme Clothing, Tinware, Chi Groceries. Knowing t w ay of disposing of ti cided to sell the remail greater sacrifice. You by visiting the greates history. of Pickens. Below we quote a few of the man Oelot of low cut shoes. Tans and blacks. Worth $1.50 a pair' Special Price 69c. One lot near silk dress patterns leading shades, blue, brown, gray or tan. First price 25 and 30c yard Sale 18c yard. Seven handsome presents gi First: Beautiful hand-painted ci Wlrite your name On (lotted line, upo a; longr heavy black line a do box ~aturiday b)efore 4 o'clock. Name................ Write your name on dotted line and cut out alon the heavy black line and bring it to the store. Remember the place The Brennecke Co The South's Greate Piens DISPOSAL ILL BLAST ROS. CO. '5, s. c. of this Gigantic Bar o we have disposed of chandise, we still have nt of Dry Goods, Shoes, 1aware, Furniture and hat there is but one ese goods, we have de Ring meichandise at a can be convinced only t Disposal Sale in the y~ specials for Saturday, March 15 One lot mein's Hats, all colors. SoldI lin $1.30 and $2.00 Special Sale $1.18 One lot porcelain lined ware, buck ets, pots, etc. Sold for 50c up to 75c Special sale 39c. ven away Saturday at 4 o'clock. na dish. Six others. - M"I You don't have to spend one penny to get in this~ .. contest. Every person gets a chance. You must be in2 Ithe store when the draw-., Sing takes place or you lose npany in charge. st Mitain Givers.