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Stops the bark and I 25c, 50c PICKENS The Rex J. N. Hallun Local and Judge M. Welborn ,is on a business trip to Florida. Editor C. T. Martin, of Easlov, was in Pickens Monday. Mr. J. M. Gantt has many friends who are sorry to hear of his illness. Mrs. Blackman of Pendleton was the guest of Mrs. T. A. Sea wright last week. Mr. Hughes, of Wofford, was the week-end guest of Mr. John Joe McFall. Miss Inez Morris entertained onl Tuesday evening, ''hose present enjoyed the evening very much Mr-. an(d Mrs. Frank McFall ontert.ai ned at tea Friday even ing in honor of Mr. Hughes, of WofIord. Married by J. B. Newbery, at his oflice December 31. 1913, M\1iss May Brown' and W. S. Carf.ee of' Easley. Mr. Bowen Stewart, a promi neit farmer of the George's Creek section, was in the city on busiless this week. N rs, It. 1. Russell and child ron of Easlevy are on a visit, t.o her sister, Mis. Bruce Hlagood, in Pickens this wcek. MIiss Christ inle Keasler, who has been visit in g her sister, Mrs. T.~ A. Seawright. has returnedl to her hiome ill Piedmiont. Mr. 'Will Freeman, who was called to Chester on account of the sad (eath of her brother-in law, returned to Picjkens last wveek. M iss Vesta Ash more hadl as her guests last week Miss Leta 1H[oltzen'dor'f. of' Liberty and Miss Bessie H oltzendorf of' W\est Point, Ga. J.Ernest Ailgood, sonl of' Capt. W. B. Allgood, has op~ened up a store mn the brick storeroom at Wrest End, andic will be0 glad to have his friends call andi~ see him. Charlie M4. Bowen, who had charge of the dIress goods de partmien t of the Heath-Bruce Morrow Co. for several years, has acceptedl a similar position wvith Folger, Thornloy & Co., wvhere he wvill be glad to see his old1 friends and customers. Mr. Bowen was also offeredl a posi tion as manager of the dress goods department of a large Greenville store. We are glad he decided to remain in the best small town in the state. 1 9 We thank our friend; Sliberal patronage given solicit a continuance of Sduring the New Year, i91 )( to give you better service Spast. A prosperous Newv M Craig Bros M'fhe Store TIhat 5 MMMMMM irk Cough Syrup eals the bite (cause) md $i.oo DRUG CO. all Store i, Proprietor. Personal-| Clifford Lewis is enjoying a much needed vacation. Supt. IHallum says the county schools are all in session. J. S. II. Price, of Senmeca, was in Pickens on blsinless Monday. Six Nilo acadm'ly res1irumed work Monday with several new Pupils eirolled. IMrs. Sam Porter is at home again after visiting friends and relatives inl Calihounr. Miss Emily Bright and Mrs. R. R. Roark shopped in Green ville last 'Tuesdla y. Mr. James Morgani, of Green ville, Visited friends and rela lives here last week. Dr, Reece Algood of Rocky Mount, N. C(. was a wvelcomle visitor inl Pickens last, week. After spending the holidays in North an( other places, Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Balleni iine retiried to Pickens on Sat Inrday. The sidewalk from11 the depot to the school house is so muddy that the school children and others going that way have to walk in the big road. Ne haye hieard many compli ments passd oun the preaching andI~ per'sonllhit.y of: Rev. L. E. WVigginus, the niew, Methodist muinister here. with M\'rs. F~rank (iox on lhriday evening. Mrs. (Cox is a channu ing hostess at all times and1( the membnlers of the Clnh enjoyed the evenuing very miuclh. M~tiss Yesta Ash more was huo'tess in honor of her house guests at a i arty Wednesday afternioon . (.ui te a number of her friends called1 during the atfternoon. Ref reshmients were One of, t.he po1rettiest parties of the season was the New Year's Eye Party given at the home of Miss Ash more on Wednesday evening complimn1ntary to the .Misses I l H1zond1(rf. D)uring the leveninug delicious refresh ments wore served. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of ;and custonmers for the us during 1913. We~ your valuable p)atronage 4, and shall do our best than we ever did in the D Year to you all.p .Companly aves Yon Mney Miss Ruby Baker left Picket Saturday for Orosswell whei she will take charge of a schoo Messrs. J. M. and B. G. Neal moved last week to their Ragi dale place, five miles west < town. Mrs. Emma Major left Moi day for Anderson where sh will visit relatives for severi weeks. Miss Helen Boggs left Pick ens Monday for Washingtoi where she will visit for son time. Th,1e Pickens school resume its work Monday with all teach ers and pupils in their regula places. MJ iss Patti Major loft Picken Sat urday for Darlington to re sume her work as principal c a school there. Mr. Geo. A. Ellis has lease his entire farm to Mr. Blue M Smith for the year 1914, an will move to Pickens. Supt. R. T. Hallum's hors was hurt Monday when it go out of his pasture and ran int a neighbor's barbed wire fence The horse. was cut in sever places. Prof. E. H-. Field has bough the Charles Hughes house i the eastern edge of town and i moving into it this week. Prof Fieid is principal of the Bethle hem school. Elias Anderson, an old-tim negro who was carried fron Pickens to the state hospital fo the insane about one year age died in Columbia Monday an his body was sent back here fo burial Tuesday. Miss Margaret Booker and Mi A. P. Booker have return< from a trip to North Carolina They were accompanied hom by Miss Kate Ballard, who isoi her way to Pickens.-Greenvill Daily Piedmont. The first snow of the winte fell in Pickens last w e e k About an inch covered th ground. It inspired us to writ anotier poem, but owing to th 11111m a(nd coldl weather, we don feel like afflicting the peopl more, nlaturally being kin< hearted. Tlhere wviil e a song service at Secona next Sunday morn ing lbeginnling at 10 o'clock~ Prof. John F. Lesley, R. C Robinson, P. C. Cartee, Lelan< Cartee, Crane and several othe promhinenlt singers wvill be pree wnt. Every body cordially ir vited. Mr. E. M. Boliing moved las week fromi Six Mile. where h had beenl living about 14 month back to his place on Picken route 2. Mr. Bolding two week4 ago sold five acres of his lan at $50 an acre. The same Ian sold twenty years ago for $3.6 an acre. The Pickens Sentinel yestel day installed a new job pressc the very biest miake, latest styl r nd imfprovemlenlts. More mi terial will be adlded soon an The Sentinel will be able to tur out as i.ood letter press printin as can be done anywhere b' any one, barring none. Do n< send your printinig away froi home. The Misses Boggs delightfu ly entertained their friends c Friday eveing. Thlie eveninl passedl too quickly for those wvi were present. A watch conter was one0 of the features of er tertainnment in whlich Dr. Doui lass Yongue wvon first prizi Progressive Hearts was play( in which Mr. Weldon Christ< phier wvon first prize for highe score and Mr. Covt 1Ham wo Consolation. Hot chocolate ar cake was served. His Stomach Troubles Over. Mr. Dyvspeptic, would you I like to feel that your stomlac trotubles wvere over. that yc could eat any kind ot food yc (desired wvithout inj ury2 The may seem1 so unlikely to yc that you do nlot even hope f< for an enldinlg of your troulbli but permit us5 to assure yot the it is nlot altogether impossibi< If others can b)e cured permnai enltly an thlousanldt have beer whly not you? Jolx IR. Biarke of Battle Creek, Mich., is one them. Hie says, "I was troul led with heartburn, indigestio anld liver complainlt until I use Chainberla' n's Tablets, the my trouble was over. Sold b all cinnlnrs-A dv. GOWANS y King of External* > Is Security for your loved ones. Ethical physicians say Gow e ans is the Best. It f positively Cures all ills arising from In flaimmation or Con gestion such as PNeu inonia, Croup, Colds. Have given Gowans Preparation a thorough test. It is tho HOST preparation on the market for the reliof of Pneumonia, Croup, Colds, r Coughs. JAS. P. SMIT H, M.D., Augusta, Georgia BUY TO-DAYI HAVE IT IN THE. HOME All DruW.elte $1. 500. 250. COW AN MEDICAL CO.. .*. . ' f Guaranteed. and money refunded by your Oruggisi W. W. Buissey, of Central route 1, was in town on busi :1 ness Tuesday. H. W. Garrison of the Cross o well section was a business vis t itor at the county seat Tuesday. Engineer W. T. Garvin, of At. lanta, Ga., who runs between Atlanta and Greenville, was in Pickens on business Monday. The Pickens oil mill ginned more cotton last year than it ginned during either of the four previous years. During the re nainder of this season the gin will run only on Tuesdays and 9 Fridays of each week. Last week Sheriff Roark car ried three young boys to the r state reformatory at Florence to serve six years. The boys are James Rogers, Cornelia James and Robei t Buffington, and were sentenced in Magistrate Jame son's court for theft. Covt Ham, who has been em e phyed by Heath-Bruce-Mor row Co for some time as assist ant book-keeper, left Wednes day for Greenville, where he r will take a' business course in Draughon's Business College, one of the best in the South, t Best Cough Medicine for Child e ren I "I am very glad to say a few w ords in praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy" writes Mrs. 3 Lida Dewey, Milwaukee, Wis. - "I have used it for years both -for my children and myself and -it never fails to relieye and cure I a cold *or cough. No family r with children should be without it as it gives almost Immediate - relief in cases of croup." Chamberlain's Cough . Remedy is pleasant and safe to take, t which is of great importance e when a nmedicine must be given s to young children. For sale by s all dealers.-Adv. d S Pickens County Stands High 5 According to figures just made public, Pickens county stands thirtieth among the counties of 'the entire United States in num ~f ber of cottoni~ mill spindles. ~e Only five Southi Carolina count - ies have more spindles than this d counmy. The leading counties n in this state are Spartanburg, g 805,123; Greenville, 715.670; y Anderson, 656,648; Union, 293 >t 468; Richland, 244,812; Pickens, n 205,588; Greenwood, 104,768; Aiken, 187,548. Spartanburg has a larger number of spindles I- than any other Southern county n and stands fifth in the United g States. This is a fine showing o for Pickens county. In all pro 3t gressive lines this county is for 1-. ging to the front. 3Citation d - TLhe State of South Carolina, tCouuty of Pickens. By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge: ni W hereas.P.O. Thomas made suit to me Ld to grant him Letters of Administration of the Estato and Effects,'of J.Bl.Thomnas. T1hese are T1herefore. to cite and ad monish all and singular the kindred and creditors of the said J. B. Thomas deceased, that they be and appear be fore me. in the Uourt of Probate, to be hold at Pickens. 8. 0., on the 22nd day of January 1914 next after publication hereof, at 10 o'clock i's the. fonoon, to U shiow cause, if a. they h..w. why the a sid A dmlinistration shmouldI not be grant GtO~ iven under my hand and Real this 'us~ 6th (lay of January Anne Domrtyi 1914. rJ. B3. Newbery, J. P.P.C J. I. Callaham, who has been with the Heath-Bruce-Morrow Co. the past five years, has ao. eepted a position with Pride, Patton & Tillman, the 'leading 3hoe firm of Greenville. and will go to work this week. Jim Is a good fellow, a good salesnan and a good citizen and aarries with him the very best wishes of many friends. He moved his family to Green ville Wednesday. Pickens peo ple are sorry to lose this ox :ellent family. Jim will be zlad to have his Pickens friends 5al on him when they are in 31reenville. Notice to Pensioners. I will be iu the court house every lay in January, 1914, for the purpose >f making out applicationasfor4 soldiers md widows who are not getting pen iions and vish to al-ply for same. All iow drawing% ill continue to receive ?ensions without further application. J. B. Newbery, Pen. Con. Stop Calomel This Very Day Thousands Now Using Wonderful Liver Remedy from Hot Springs, Arkansas. There's a better remedy for consti pation, liver and stomach trouble. T Thousands ar e H praising gentle, sure Hot Springs S R G Liver Buttons. I Make you feel . fno-quicklyclearT up sallow skin BUTTONS and banishl Lm laria and headache-They are a fine tonic and quickly put an edge on your appotite. 25 cents at all druggists. Vree samp'e LIVER BUTTONS and booklet about the famous hot Springs Rheumatism Remedy and Ilot Springs Blood Remedy from Hot Springs Chemical Co., Hot Springs, Ark. Pickens Drug Company Classified Column One-Cent-A-Word WANTED.-Young men to earn barber trade. ' -Barbers nake from $12.50 to $63.80 per veek. Tools furnished. You )et all you make while learning. Writo J. R. Queen, Big College, lo. 1 Spring St., Spartanburg, 3. 0. For Sale--Two good mules, md two good cows, Apply to F. R. Meece, Pickens Route 3. They nearly bought me out. lust a little left. Come. select, )rice and take it away. A sale n flour, tobacco and coffee. Pays to see T. D. Harris. For Sale-Or will swap for ~attle-one 6 to 8 horse Peerless ;teami engine, mounted, in good ~ondition. H. W. Garrison, ~asley, R 2. For Sale lI~kne range. Never been used. Will sell at a bargain. Ap. ply at The Sentinel office. Lost or stolen-One small red heifer and one cream colored Jersey bull. Give any infor rnation to J. D. Holder, Pickens and get reward. Parcel Post Rates. Packages weighing uip to fifty pounlds can now be sent by parcel post. Parcels weighing I onnces or less arc mailable at the rate of one cent for each ounco or fraction of an ennece, regardlecss of distance. Parcels weighing more thant 4 ounces will, on and after January 1. 1014, he mailable at the following pound rates, a fraction of a pound being considered a full pound: Weight First Zone Second Local Rate Zone Rate Zone Ratt 1 pound 90.05 20,05 05 2 pounds .06 .06 .06 3 pounds .06 .0 0 4 pounds .0 .08 .0g 5 pounds .0 .00 .09 6 pounds .08 .10 .10 7 pounds .08 .11 .11 8 poun ads .00 .12 .12 0 pounds .00 .13 .13 10 pounds .10 .14 .14 11 pounds .10 .15 .15 12 pounds .11 .16 .16 13 pounds .11 .17 .17 141 pounds .12 .18 .18 l15 pounds .12 .19 .10 t6 pounds .13 .20 .20 17 pounds .13 .21 21 18 pounds ,14 .22 .22 19 poun da .1 4 .23 .23 20 pounds .15 .24 .24 21 pounds .15 .25 ,25 22 poundsa .16 .26 .26 23 pounds .16 .2 .27 2-I pounds .17 .28 .28 25 pound s .17 .29 .20 50 pounds .30 .54 .54i With the great increase in mails of all classe: it would be well for all the people to exercisa greater care with, the packages and letters, bu especially with packages. Wrap the packaga securely, or if it is a box see that it is a goot one, not easily broken, as nearly all the inal that is damaged is caused by being improper: prepared. Trhent as to lost mail; at ieast 97 per cent it lost by not being properly addressed. Addresa your mail with care, using pen andl ink, as pen eil wiel sometimes get rubbed oil'. write in a plain, legible hand. Write Ihe address in th( lower right hand of your parcel, putting youi name and address at the upper left part of th< package, as the law requires that your nam< and addlres, apipear on all packages you mail. D)on't close your package so that it cannot be spened easily. Don't inclose writing ini youlj package as that makes it first-class at a hIgher rate. Many presents are not appreciated be. 3ause the recipient has had to pay more Iue postage than the package was worth. A. Md. MOlRI8, Lumbago-Sciatica Sprains " The directions seyb, its good for lumbago too,- Sloan . cured 3n rheumatism; I'vb-ased It and know." Do you use Sloan's? Here's Proof. "I had my iack hurt in the Doer War and two years ago I was hit by a street car. I tried all k~inds of dope without scuccess. I saw your Liniment in a drut storo and got a bottle to try. T1ho firlal application caused Instant relief, and now except r a little stiffness, I am almost well. '-!kkchr1Yonnaa, WJhgitsr, Caif. Instant Relief from Sciatica h ras kept in bed with sciatica since the first of IFebruary, but I had almost In stant relief he tried your Liniment." IV. A Hasuhns.In/ore. Ky. Sprained Ankle "As a user f our Liniment for the last 15 years. I can say it is one of the best on tho Masrket. Fifeo years ago I sprained my' anklo and had to use crutches, andA the doctors said I woul always be lame. A friend advised we to try your Liniment and after usin I nigt and morning for three months I could walk without a cane and run as god as any of the other firemen I n my department. I have never been without a bottle sinace that time."- Mr William 11. liicao, Central Islip. A Y. SLOAWS LINIMENT At all Dealers. Price 26c., 0c.. and $1.00 Sloan's Instructive Book on horsei, cattle, poultry and hogs, sent free. Address, DR. EARL S. SLOAN, Inc., BOSTON, MASS. + GOOD TASTE + is pleasant ard agreeable. Unlike the ordinary dis- + + tasteful nauseating cod liver oil which, although its 4 + altl-ough its strength-giving and health-building qual- 4 + ities have always been acknowledged, has never been 4 4 used as widely as it should until + Dike's Cod Liver Extract Compound 4 4 Was put on the market. Then came the change. Peo- 4 4 ple who had never been able to even smell the old fash- 4 i ioned cod liver oil were induced to try this new prepara- 4 tion and found out immediately that they could easily 4 take it. DIKE'S Cod Liver Extract builds you up. It contains, beside the tasteless cod liver oil, extract of + + malt, another good tonic; wild cherry, an appetizer, and 4 4 hypophosphites, which supply the nervous systen 'with 4 4 the required amount of phosDhorus. Just what you need. Large bottle $1.00 We strive at all times to give the BEST of drug service KEO WEE PHARMACV R. E. LEWIS, Ph. 0. PhoUSe 24 Southern Railway Schedules Effective Sept. 22,1912 fromn Easley. N. B.-The followving schedule figures are published only as information and ro not guaranteedl. Premnier Carrier of the Soutts ARRIVE FROM THlE SOUTH No. 44 ATLANT L .._......_.......__...........__...2.20 am Stops to discharge pa-sengers from Atlanta, or to receive passengers for Charlotte and beyond. No. 30 NE W ORLE ANS and ATLANTA-_--__....5.45 am Stops only on Sundays No. 42 SENEC A (Daily)-.........._-_.._..........-..8.35 anm No. 12 ATL ANTA-.........._.-_ - _.............- ...1 45 pm o 40 A'T L AMT A.--........_...........6.25 pm N 0 BIRMINGHAM and ATLANT1A-_.........7.55 pm For Washington and New York. o"'e. dlischaro pas.. sengers from Atlanta and to receive cas engers for Char lotte and beyond ARRiVE FROM THE NORTH 29 NEW YORK and WASHINGTON-..........._-.50 am Stops to take on passengers for Atlanta * 89 CHARLOTITE........................... ......_..11.55 am 11 CH ARLOTTE............... .- ...._..........._...4.00 pm~ 41 CH ARLOTTE (Daily).................- _.........9.55 pmn For further information apply to Ticket Agent or write W. R, TABER, P. & T. A W. E. McGEE. A . 0. P. A Greenville. 5. C. Columbia. S. C. - A RANG& ON W cn DAUGIITER CAN COMPETE: VITlH N~OTHlER If' a Range is Judged by the Work it Does The Princess Rules the Kitchc. Meals 0ou time, at less cost, in more comfort, are some of tho PRINCESS' features. Look for this name. -LLEN NCE5S COPPER-BFARING RNRNE It meams that there is no better Range on earth in any paralarw, while patented features found no.. where1 else, doubles its value to you. ,Nob3 thesto featuror. Mate- Somo real facts. Princess rIal---copper ben ing .iron. .1e- kitchen is a cool kitchen. Ash tfins heat. M~aininmns een esqin thceoven impossible. Trip I emperaturc. Cooks even!:'. pie bot tom. No honed 'ip I Lena~ fuel. Moro durlabl... A')- sight. Hanmdy warmingclotq ooiutely dJependab... rinstanit lat water, "Ask the cook~ Pickens Hardware & Grocery Co. *-..