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5-'Fh6 Universal Car
cunts isn't what you pay-but what you get for what
p The Ford buyer gets the most value for his money
c and the best service aftewards. Big production,
workmen and best materials make Ford quality high
6 forthe runabout; $550 for the touring car and $750
town. car-f. o. b. Detroit, complete with equipment.
GO toand-particulars from
W. N. JONES and L. J. SMITH,
Dealers, Easley, S. C.
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For licaInstrumnts, go to Trammeirs
-Musical P Pickens.
Is almost daily receiving shipments of Pianos
and Organs, and all those who love music
are invited to call and examine the finest lot
of Pianos and Musical Instruments ever
shippid to Pickens county..... -...-M
-Here you will find the greatest Player Piano
produced in America, and only to hear this
Player will- be worth your while to visit the
Palace..... .. -..
V~. Come, everybody, and see this magnificent
line of instruments of all kinds. . . -
All kinds of Sheet Music.
n TR AMMELL & SHIED
I will pay the high
est market price for
your Collntry prod ace
JMi. HENDRICKS, PICKENS R 4
In order to test The Sentinel as an advertising
Imedium, we* offer to its readers either-of the above
~pictured Oxfords in beautiful Vici Kid, Patent Leather
tips, for the next three weeks at $2 the pair. Our
regular price is $2.50, and most merchants would sell
shoes no better than these at $3-00
Cut out this Ad. and mail it to us with $2, stating
size you want and we will send them to you by par
PIEDMONT SHOE CO..
Greenville's Big Shoe Store
_ . "WVherethe Big Shoe Hangs Out"
C- M keH r P a -nfesa e
Local and Personal
Miss Pearl Findley of .Cross
loads is visiting her sister, Mrs.
)ave Stansell, this week.
R. L. Davis proprietor of the
ickens Bottling Works, is now
>romptly delivering soda water
wiith an autoniobile truck.
102 voters had enrolled on-the
Pickens club roll up to 12 o'clock
ruesday, one week after it was
)pened. There are more than
)00 voters in this precinct.
Messrs. Parker Brown, a
prominent merchant of Liberty,
mnd Superintendent Aiderson,
)f the-Liberty Cotton Mill, at
;ended the Masonic meeting of
;he Pickens chapter Friday
Mr. Matthew Hendricks, one
f the county's best citizens and
Eormer member of the house of
representatives, wab at the coun
y seat on business one day re
ently, and reported good crops
in the Oolenov section.
Miss RuthParsons entertained
at a most delightful lawn party
onday evening in honor of
Miss Bessie Ellis, who is visiting
here. and Miss Cashion, the
milliner here, who expects to
return to her home near Rock
Hill this week.
The Entre Nous Club met
with Mrs. J. W. Ballentine last
Wednesday -afternoon at h'er
home on Hampton avenue. Af
ter plying the needle in. fancy
work for an houror two refresh
ments were served by Misses
Ellen Lewis and Nell Shealy.
The Pickens township singing
convention met Sunday with
the Pickens Mill church and
some good music was enjoyed.
The semi-annual election of of
ficers took place at this meeting
and S. P. Freeman was elected
president and B. S. Johnson
Dr. R. E. Lewis, the .liberal
minded proprietor of the Keowee
Pharmacy, has purchased and
placed in his drug store an- in
proved Stewart pencil sharpen
ing machine of the latest model,
for the use and convenience of
the pencil-sharpening public,
and it is being generally used.
Miss Patti Major entertained
Monday afternoon of last week
at her home on West Miin
street, in honor of Missqes Nell
Shealy and Irene Blackmon.
Entertaining games were en
gaged in and delicious refresh
ments were served by Misses
The Sentinel Is grateful to T.
G. Lynch of Eastatoe for a
basket of luscious peaches which~
he presented to us last week and
which were greatly enjoyed by
The Sentinel force. Mr. Lynchl
is a candidate for magistiate of
Eastatoe township and if the
people up there like him as well
as we like his peaches he will be
unanimously elected. .
Miss Gertrude Harris delight
fully entertained a large num
ber of young people at the hands
some Hiawatha hotel Friday
evening in honor of her guest.
Miss Nomia Green. of Wilming
ton, N. C. The 'awn was lig'ht
ed with Japanese lanterns and
the many cozy seats, including
the "lovers tub," were all occu
pied with happy couples who en
joyed the evening immensely.
Misses Lucile and Ruth Harris
served punch from a green clad
booth at one end of the large
TWO OF-A KIND.
"What do you mean by upsetting me
when I'm on my way to call on your
"Well, she was upset, too, when you
telephoned that you were goin' tC
A youth came back- from Panama,
Excitement was at highest pitch;
Be went to call upon his pa
And never talked about that "ditch.'
"Come over this evening and bring
"I can't, she hasn't a dress fit tc
"Why, my wife says she has. gowns
in all the latest styles."
"I know, but that is the only kind of
gowns she has got."
"How did Jack and Mabel agree over
their dispute about the marriage serv
"Mabel tqld Jack if he would make
good on the all-his-worldly-goodS en
dowment proposition, she would make
the promise to obey."
-Force of Habit.
"Have you.rever noticed that 'tt
"N. Why should they be?"
"Merely. ecause their business de
man a *m tendency."
We Are Overstocked on $1.00
Rexali Fountain Pens
And will offer them next Saturday, the i 3th, at the
following price: A Rexall Guaranteed $i.oo Foun
tain Pen and a ten-cent bottle of fountain ink for 79
cents. This offer is good only next Saturday. Mail
orders filled for five cents extra for postage.
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HALU M, Proprietor
Local and Personal
Joe Gaines, of Liberty, spsent' Boone Carey is visiting rela
Sunday in Pickens. lives in Woodbury, Ga.
Bob Anthony was a Cedar! MissElla HiottofEasley, visit
Rock visitor Sunday. ed friends in Pickens last week.
Miss Bessie James of Taylors ,
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. B. F. her Guy Ms. is A Stin
Parsons. i Anderson this week.
Miss Pearl Hester visited re!- Dr. and Mrs. Reese Allgood
atives in the Oolenev section left Friday for Ridgewav, where
last week. they will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis B. C. Robinson and son, B. C,
spent Sunday with relatives in Jr.. and Norman Holder spent
Greenville. 'last week in Hendersonville, N.
Jas. P. Carey/Jr , and J.. T;
Richey spent Monday in Colum- Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Freeman
bia on business. of route 1 spent Sunday at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor H.
Clerk of Court A. J. Boggs Stewart in Pickens.
spent a few hours in Easley on
business Saturday. Joe Ray of Atlanta, is in Pick
ens overhauling and putting i
Miss Cora Edens. of the Oole- good condition the engines o
noy section, visited friends in the Pickers Railroad Co.
Pickens this week.
Miss Sadie Craig, who has
Miss Sara Bess; Clement, of been att'ending school in Black
Atlanta, is yisiting at the home stone, Va., has returned to her
of Mayor Hendricks~ home in Pickens to spend the
-Miss Bessie Ellis, of Gaines-.
yulle, Ga., is visiting her uncle. Trammell's Musical Palace is
G. A. Elis. in Pickens. doing the business, notwith
standing the drought, and this
Miss Irene Blackman, of Pen- is enough to prove that they
dieton, is visiting her couisin, have the goods at the right
Miss Patti Major, in this cit'v. prices.
Mrs. Aaron Boggs has return- tuh cola uln uig
ed to Pickens after an extendedthpatssinhsreuedo
visit to Columbia, Calhoun andPikntosedheum r
Clemson College. wt e aetM.adMs
Mesdames A. P. Lawrence of
Calhoun, and H. T. Keenan of MranMs.CB.Hod
Liberty, recently visited Mr.andantw chlrn ndMse
Mrs. B. F. Parsons. Jc aodo alyvst
Mrs. Sallie Sutherland is in adMs .B tre nEbr
Charleston where she will spend tn als ek
a few days and, then make a
trip to New York by boat. Mse retn n lr
W. A. Edens has booght halfviingteratMsR.L
interest in the blacksmith shopDai.MsDel Elso
of J. W. Garrett and is taking Genilasse fMsDvs
an ctieartinheshowok. i's s visiing hew nwh
JamesI. Calhamand au hti Earole ErMuns Porter,
formelyo Pickns b t he yr atress, lare e d o
of renvlle sen Snda o M~ices wosendt the mume
lastthwher parentseMr, andPMrs.
ens. tains~J Saturdyto. eda ek
Byr raund M.da.. Haoo
of te Bg SoreisakighsnT two Alren and milyofterk
hisfamly isied nPedmntJascky Hareoodif tseekist
Peizrillimqn an oted'i thes m oas Mrarnds Mr.
places.nW H. ChE.in of ear icbe
ton, ae als wheek. ty
Green ~ ~ ~ ~ Sito Kreville, an r hri undt i oen PCkeare
their cousinstig her un, Mrs. F.R.idl sprnia o h i Li.o
and lcticart insteso fork.i also Rvsiting hrisohe.n
ciof reenvilleGa, spent; Sunday of Dunieawn, spnth moun
last week with fries mhr Pick- tdain Saturday th spdarwents.
of tE Bogg Soe imtakngs T Mr.Chritoer wn ail spen aik
waser accompamnton and her' wife wekwthhe moutain.ern Mrs. E
padchden.hol spn W.. hast, aDcsfl eforck
som tmewih !~Es.I~g . es reurnsow thoe. pry
in ofsctas ek scou delicios Soda re-secte
.as prendpaforehin aes tem.
Leland Bogms, wateraworks
M. E Bogs, o Nimons.He rst Christopher willnjspendea
was ccopanid b hi wif weknth o ber tter, rE
and hilden, ho wllsendmor Thoas, a d coilefore
some tiewt-r.Bgs h eun oe
Wue sedrefIeresiga like?
n outhike it.l bebteo
KEG WE E PH ARMACY
a.THtE NYAL STR
Sne24 . . . .. wmkunally's Candy +
SAVING ON MEAT BILL
IDEA OF RETAIL BUTCHER AS TO
HOW TO DO ri.
High-Priced CRWtHMtsgerts, Are Not
er Grade!#-4iout ftdp
In the. Womaen'anmampanion a
retail butcher 2 int dez 6ti n
tled "Reducing thi ift Bin," In
which he shoVa'hoir'egle who buy
the hght-priced cd*fmla get th.best
meat. He says thaU*&feof the cheap
est meats are the iest. 110 takes an
itemized wek2y met tIM of $4.62 and
shows, Item by 10m, how-that bill can
be reduced to M?,i just by using
cheaper' cut4 wi 'e ys are bet
ter cuts. Aftr &aling mmt the vari
ous. kinds of steaks-In VIMdh, by the
way, he tells about the steak that the
butcher easf himelf-be goel dft as
follows about roasts and chops:
"A roast of beef costing $1 or $1.50
at the present time is not much; a
hungry and healthy family will proba
bly finih it In one meal. Yom can still
enjoy good roast beef, and surely for
less money, only buy the right cut.
From past observation the writer hag
found that nine out of ten customera
ask for the first cut of tMe rib roast.
Of course, they are the most expensive
cuts. The fifth, sixth and shoulder
ribs are hardly In demznd, and the
butcher has a hard job seMtng them.
These end ribs or shoulder libs of
roast beef are not only considerably
cheaper to buy, but are richer in nour
ishment and food va2ne. When buying
one of the three or four ribs of beef,
say, for Instance, weighing five pounds,
you will find that you fardly have
sufficient meat left after it is earefully
trimmed and the bone taken drt. The
difference in pXace between the first
cut on the rib and the last two cuts Is
at least- six, cents a pound, and 'w'ien
you ask for a shoulder rib roast ask
the butcher to insert a piece of suet
in the center of the rnast, or, if he has
time, to lard it with thin pieces of fat.
Another good 'piece of meat for roast
beef is the top sfrhoin, wief is not
so cheap, but it Is be
cause I has no waste.
"The next Important Item on .the
meat bill is chops-either lamb, pork
or veal chops. Lamb chops, however,
are the kind mostly demanded, and, of
course, the demand is for loin and rib
chops, the'most epenstre. There Is
the same solution as with -steaks-buy
shoulder, chops; they cost less and are
sweeten This same priciple appRed
again to pork chops. The shoulder
,chops are very sweet and tender, and
the butcher will sell them for less, but
very few people know about them."
This stand may be made-of three
bamboo canes or three broomsticks.*
These should be 30 inches long. Fas
ten them firmly in the center with
wide, Fasten a shallow basket with
wire near the end of the canes. It
will be more secure if holes are bored
in the canes to pass the wire through.
White enamel the whole. If a cover
is desired for the basket, sew a strip
of pretty erebonne or China silk to
the Inside of the basket and run a
drawstring of narrow ribbon or cord
on top. Use bows of-ribbon to cover
wire where the cans cross and where
basket is attached to stand. .Ribbon
used should nutch cretonne or silk
that is used for' basket trimming.
Prune or French Plum Mold.
Soak threequarters of an ounce of
gelatin In half a pint of cold water.
Stone one- pound of French pilums, put
them In a stewpan with, one-quarter
pound of, castor sugar, three-quarters
of a pint of water, and a strip of
lemoni peel. Stew till tender, remove
the lemon peel, add the gelatin, stir
till dissolved, add a wineglassfnI of
wine, port or claret, and pour into a
mold with a hole in the center. When
set turn It out and fill the center of
the mold with half a pint of whipped
.Southern Tea Cake.
Bettogether four eggs and two
cups Qf sugar, then add one cup of
butter, one even teaspoon of soda and
a teaspoon of vanilla. Add four.cups
of flour , or as much as it needed.
Place on molding board, roll thin and
cut with biscuit cutter. Sprinkle su
gar on top of the cakes, cinnamon so
If you care for it, just before putting
in the oven,
To Remove Spots From Carpets.
To remove grease spots frpm car
pets the following is excellent: Lay
a piece of blotting paper over the spot
and set a flatiron on top of the paper;
just hot enough not to scorch. Change
the paper as often as it becomes
To Remove Finger Rrints From Piano.
To remove finger marks on a highly
polished piano, wipe with a cloth wet
in pure cold water. It does not injure
in the slightest if wiped dry, and re
stores the new look at once.
Keeping Flatirons Smooth.
Flatirons can be kept clean and
'smooth by rubbing them first with a
piece of wax tied in a cloth and after
ward rubbing the on a paper or cloth
strewn with coarse salt.
Restoring Gilt Frames.
When gilt picture frames become
discolored rtib them with a sponge
dlpped! in turpentine. This is very
satislactory, as it restores the bright
THEIR WOODEN WEDDING.
He was idealistic and poetical. She
was practical-a good matrimonial
combination. He came home one
evening after a hard day at the offiee
"Maria, my dear, do you realize that
tomorrow will be our wooden wed
dint? We ought to celebrate the oc
casion somehow, don't~you think?"
And she said: "'nB, my dairling,
I iiow it. Been thlnln about it all
dayand havel it all arranged. I have
ordered a big wagon load of kinldling
wood to be delIvered tomorrow after
noon, and you will come home early
from the office and carry it into the
is There Any DtWffenee?
"I have r~dthis book," said the
irate patro "and it.is the worst ever.
It has the garage pnn dreadful
looking a Sunday school tract,
andyet y gave itto me when I
asked yo for a histodical roane2
"Oh," ed the fair librarian, "I
thought . nsed mne foria hysterical
romances -,Tu~ge. ,
BARG. A INS
are still closing out our Dry
Goods, Shoes, Notions, Clothing,
+ Millinery, etc., and We are offer
ing some special values inLadies'
Queen Quality Oxfqrds and Men'
Crossett Oxfords. Almost any
* shape or leather to select froin
We are giving a substantial CUt
on these well known makes of
We are closipg out ths% dept
ment and you can buy nie 1
for less than one-half the regul
4> Itwillpay you t visit th
+Store before you make your Spring
+Pickens, -. - So. Car
A 0nouncerd of Thank
For House of Representatives, ,to gietnks f-yeln i
The friends of JAMES P.' CAREY JR., assistance in. the scnsdeath anet
iereby announce him as a caxiite fQ~rburial of our son ai whrMike
member of the House of.Rpesna and the doctor forhi
tives from Pickens county,. sject to. - -no seryices. Ma sd
the action of the Democratic voters mt ofi e go their way.
the primary election. .-.
For Auditor (f tl~~tL
I hereby announce mysl as a candi-f -~ ?1I -urn~tx
date for Auditor of eikens cit, ILI~JL IIV5?
subjet to the action of the D ei~cai
voters in the primary election. You save the whip n
HENRY A. TOWNES. using the Wood Mowemgbi
-one at Pickens Harw~are &Gcey -
1 hereby announce myself a candidate AU person's are notified~not
for re-election to the office of Auditorof trespass on any of my lnsforarp
Pickens County, subject to the action'of .Ola Lancaster, per. .F. 1,
the Democratic ~rrary election- aagrL
_______________- FARMERS: Call on or writeG. A.~
For Treasurer Ellis for the best hay press in theori
At the solicitation of frends I hereb fo h oe,$0 apeat Gem ~
announce myself as a candidate for the -~tSso, Pces S.C
office of Treasurer of Piekens county'. Wanted-Several bushelsof Popcorn.
subject to the action of the voters m craig Bros. Co., Pikens.
the Democratic primary election. ____________
BENNE'Tr H. PoWERS. We take orders for engravedweddng -
Sinvitations, announcements, school an4
I hrey anonc myel acanidtenouncements, ca.rds, and engaeWork
fo hreeeto tnone ffce oefa caddt of all kinds.' Work of te highest~
of Pickens county, subject to the action quat..he -_-en Snie -
of the voters in the Democratic primary I want to buy two or three dozen cat
election. TAYLOR H. STEWART. tie between the ages -of one and thr~
...__.-. - - e ars n few mule colts. R. A.~
For Judge of Probate hester, Liberty, S. C., . . 4Stf -
I hereby announce myself as a candi- This week it is cut -pie on hoes, -
date for re-election to the office of Pro- plows and sweeps- ILee 7pds,
bate Judg of Pickens County, subject su 20 pounds, rice 2ponsfor $1.
to the aetionof the Democratic primaryr acco 7c plug. Don't forget the fiour.
election. J. B. NEWBERY- Fpr it pays to see T. D. Harris, the
For Supervisoce cutter . --
For Supevisor -e sure tO see the Waiter A. Wood
The many friends of the Hon. E. F. Mowin Machine before you buy. Sl
LOOPER hereby announce him as a can- by the lree Big A.'s. icens Hr?'
didate for the office of Count Servi-i ware &Grocery o. -
sor subject ~to the rules of e emo .-.-__-_-_---__-_-_-_
cratic party in the primary election.
At the solicitation of friends I offer For the
mslasa candidate for re-election to
the office of Supervisor of Pienn A
county, subject to the action ofte U '.
For County JAMES B CRAIG. T m
The many friends of W- S. PARSONS, Ice Tea Glasses, 50 and 75c
of Liberty, announce him as a candi- Set.
daeo~ sinr ne~~u-ti Extra heavy Tumblers that.
"otrs inothe coming primary election. will stand - some knocks, 50c,
I ofer arnet *Set.
At the erstsolicitation of friends, Niee medium weight Tum ,
Ioermyself as a candidate for re
election to the office of Couuty Commis- blers, 25c Set,
sioner, subject to the action of the -
Deneai oayelection. S~W th?,fypo~s:
Deocatc mmry-G. W. BOWEN. a i acu<
At the soliditation of friends I hereby. Die -
anounce ' - f as a candidate for re- S
teDe o rat ic e part Com missprim ryo e r J r , o e
Pickens county', subject to 'the action of the bes on the market when
election. J- M. LAWRENCE. properly handled,. $1.25 per
Fo ~ooe Dozen for half gallon size. - ~'
At the earnest solicitation ot friends AlmnmTaSo s,2C '
r offer myself as acandidate for Coroner Set. -
of Pikens county, subject to the choice Aluminum' Table Spoons, -
of the Democratic voters in the coming
primary election. J. R. BURGESS. 5Se -
~ -COME T SEE US$
it the1soliiaio n d ofr
nsel eacanTn for ~~to~o
~the oef or0irfPccnaom ~ 1 4