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TALKING WHAT? Biltmore Ice Cream Served at Pickens Drug Company's Soda Fountain. It is not only the best but the cleanest made. Made at Vanderbilts at Biltmore, N. C. Our Soda Water can't be beat. Ice Cream Delivered in Town at 50 Cents a Quart. ......................................................... .................................... PICKENS DRUG COMPANY The Rexall Store J. N. H ALLlM, Proprietor Phone No. 8 Miss Margaret Attaway, one (has. J. Valley and wife and of Pickens' most attractive lit tle daughter, of Henderson young ladies, has returned from ville, N. C., are visitin- his ..Rock Hill, after a week's visit brother, )r. J. L. Valley, in to relatives and friends. While Pickens. Mr. Valley recently there she accepted a positioin as had the misfortune of getting principal of Bethesda h i g h his house and househoid goods school in York county, where at Riverview, Greenville coun she will teach the fall' and ty, burned, causing him hq" winter term. loss. Ie of Our Latest This original new pump has graceful th lines and a swing of approved style that lend themselves beautifully to the later modes of dress. * Being one of our New Style * Shoes of Quality, it carries a look of distinction that is pleasing to women who desire individuality in Stheir appearance. Will not bulge Sat the sides or slip , at the heel-is com- 4 fortable and will wear well, as (10 all eour Shoes. PRID1j, PATTON & TILMAN / Greenville, S. C. Prof. Larry Gilstrap is back Th'ijs is one0 time we are sorry fronm Caroleen, N. C., wvhere he t hat Pickens county is not in 'had charge of a successfiul school the foiurth 'onlgressional district. the paet session. 1f we were we would help to The Roanoke school close roll uip al big majiority for that - -. -.. aturday May 8, after a miost. br1ilianit andi( worthy son of Pick s ecssful session undler the en (county, lion. B. A. ('ohe) strvisionofProf.Van Clayton. Mlorgan, as the successor of former congressm an Johnuson. The Ladies' Cottage prayer Small doubt that "T'obe'" Mor' me~eting-will meet Friday even- gan wvill be the next congress - ing Mat o'clock with Mrs. J. B. man from the fourth district, ens aecordially ivited to he pleasure and honor of helping to presenlt elect him.1. SOME. RECORD!I we haven't had a kick or had a package of I -** Niinnally's Candy brought back since we have : been handling it-over five vents. We orderi one day--get it the next. "Be sure it's Nun *~ . ally's, then go ahead." Our cream is always - fresh, firm gnd delicious. Made fresh-every ' day, "Let us have your orders for family use ~ n.parties. E PHARNMACY I' ~ cI N' NV4L STORE. R. E LEWIS, Prp' Loca arc Q Ayery'-LooLpr':f -Greenwllb ent SubdaY in -Plokens . <B. A. Hagood : of Chrletor was In Pilfens Mbhday on bud iness. We appreciate it when ou frieyde s1a us local Items of onf kl"d. Mrs. jlubert McKagin Is visit Ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Richey. Messrs. T. L Bivvens and Ernest Christopher last week purchased Fords. Miss Margaret Jameson of Easley is visiting her aunt, Miss Essie Finley in Pickens. A crowd of the younger school children enjoyed a picnic at Hagood's mill Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor and granddaughter, Miss J ulia Fol ger, spent Monday in Atlanta. W. M. Hagood, Sr., and W. M. Hagood, Jr., of Easley werc in Pickens on business this week. Eugene Yongue of Greenville spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yongue in Pickens. Miss Ernestine Smith of Green ville spent the week-end with her sister, Miss Clara Smith, in Pickens. Miss Lorena Taylor speni Thursday and Friday with hei cousin, Miss Mary Adams, in Greenv~ile. Mrs. J. L. 0. Thompson suent Saturday and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. R. E. Goodwin, ir Greenville. Miss Mary Lou Cashion left Tuesday for Greenville, wher< she will spend her vacation witl: her parents. B. F. Parsons and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Par sons' father, Mr. Bramlett, in Greenville county. Miss Jania Ellison of Easley has returned home after a visit of several days to her uncle, Sheriff Rt. R. Roark. Miss Carrie Cashion of Green ville spent Sunday and Monday in Pickens with her sisters, Misses Grace and Mary Lou Cashion. Mrs. W. F.. Christopher and two children, Annie May and Clyde, spent; Sunday in Easley with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Simmons. Messrs. R. E. Yongue and Ben Griffin of Pickens are in Easley supervising the construc tion of a large livery stable building for Jameson & Craig. A. Vincent Hamilton, the handsome and accomodating~ assistant to Dri. Hallum in the Pickens Drug Co., spent several clays last week in Greenville and1 Easley. Loin Looper, of Tiamasse, Oconee county, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Frank Looper, is on a visit to homefolks in Pickens. Mr, Looper is doing well in his adopted county. Mrs. WV. Ernest Freeman and little child Jack, of Greenyille, visited Mrs. W. E. Freeman in Pickens several days last week. Ernest came over Satur (lay in a car and carried them b~ack to their home Sunday. Sheriff Roark wvent to Dalton, Ga., arrested and br1ought back to Pickens Furman James, Fri day. James, along with Cole man Caudle, escaped from the county chaingang last February. Caudle has not yet been caught. Miss Thalia Griffin, a very charming young lady of Green ville, visited her friend, Miss Nellie Freeman in Pickens last week. Miss Freeman returned home with Miss Griffin Sunday and will be her guest mn Green ville several days. The Pickens Chapter of the United Daughters of the Con federacy will give an afternoon tea on the courti house la wn Fri (lay afternoon, beginning at 4 o'clock. L i g h t refreshments will be served for the benefit of the chapter. The0 patronage of the public wvill be appreciated. The Sentinel acknowledges with thanks the followving Invi tation: The trustees, faculty~ and graduating class of the Col lege of Charleston cordially in vite you to attend the cornmence ment exercises of the one hun (lred and thirtieth year at the Hlibernian hall, on Tuesday evening, the eighteenth of May, nineteen hundred and fifteen. Supt. M. B. 'Spier, .of the Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co., accompanied by twvo other officers of the com-. pany, met with the business men of Pickens last Wednesday t~o talk about the local telephone service ab~out which there has been m u c h . j u a t complaint. They came in response to a re cent petition signed by all Pick ens subscribers wh qwant anoth er line toEasleva rr. Spir.told several jokes and s ld the tele phono comnpatly would not erect another linp at thig timehurthe business here did-hot dle~nran1 it. Hie said the greAtest trouble in Pickens was that non-su bseib ers used the line too much and intimated that it was up to the' telephono subscribers here toI stop outsiders from using their: phnes. CC' [Persona 1 4tiMrs, Mary Ne-b.v, one of the dest In abitakte of Travel " st, died W~dn-iday. Miss Bessle Trotter, of near Piedmont, is now night operator for the Bell Telephone Co. in Pickens. Jefferson D a v is' birthday, June 3, will be a great day In Pickens. The Daughters of the Confedcracv will be in charge. The Pickens W. 0. T. U. held an enthusiastic meeting on last Thursday at the home of Mrs. J. L. Valley. These good women are planning an aggressive cam paign during the coming sum mer. Miss Hattie Earle spent Sun day with home folks in Pickens. Zion school, of which she is prin cipal, will close with entertain ment, Friday night., May 21. Prof. Hallums and others will speak. Miss Meda Boggs will give her graduating piano recital tonight (Wednesday) at the Greenville Woman's College. She also finishes a course in book-keeping and a course in domestic science. Miss Maka Boggs. attended the recital. Misses Mildred Cox, Frances Bruce and Mrs. A. M. Morris at tended commencement at Chi cora College in Greenville this week. Miss Inez Morris is a member of the graduating class. I Miss Grace W yatt of Easley also received her diploma. The following notice has been handed to us: F. 0. Patterson of route 3 brought to town six calves and one goat in a wagon pulled by one small mule. This mule is said to be very valuable, as Mr Patterson was once of fered five hens for it. 0. F. Robinson and Rev. J. E. Foster, spent Friday and Satur (lay trout fishing in North Car olina twith some success. Mr. Robinson denies that the fish wero biting so well that he had to hide behind a tree to bait his hook. They conducted services at one of Mr. Foster's churches, Sunday. Hamilton's Great Sale Of Hoosier Cabinets The largest sale of Kitchen Cabinets ever held in Easley closed Saturday night at E. L. & G. B. Hamilton's Furniture Store. A number of people w~ho came too late were disappointed in being unable to get in the club and secure one. Howv ever, arrangements have beert made to get another shipinent, wvhich will arrive in about ten days. The many ladies who visited the store the past wveck pronounced this the most convenient and finest piece of furniture they have ever seen. Every lady is invited to come in Our store and inspect the Hoosier Cabinet regardless of whether they purchase or not. E. L. & G. B. HAMILTON, Easley,S.C SPECIAL NOTICES For' sale - Scholarship in Perry Business College. Bargain. Apply at The Sentinel office. Big New Y ork NIhipnaent. Next Saturday lot of boys' pants 25c; hats 10c; $16 to $20 suits 85; men's -and boys' shirts 25c to 75c; ladies' silk waists, worth $6 to .$7.50 -at $1.26; all wool serge skirts $1.50; Leautiful em broidereIl handkerchiefs, 8c; house dresses,: 98c; trousers, 98c; -best grain cradle, $2.95; flour at mill prices. Pays to See T. D. Harris. Itico, Tlrliumph anid l'rovidence Potato Slips $1.75 per 1,000) until May 20th: $1.50 per I,000 aifter that. .Specli prices for .lunle dIelivery. Tomato, $1.25; Pepi or anid Egg lants, $2.00 per 1,00 Catalogue free. No personal checks. iFred M. P'resion, P'ine Castle, FlorIda. 2 wANT l1)-T'o sell 2,000 bushels reelennied A mbher andl Orang'e cane seed, new even weight bags. We buy all grades peas. Send samples. lDlxie F~ Jour & Graini Co., Gre3nville, H. C. 5 OLDO COINS --Ohd Coinis. We pay large amounts for some lssuies and antes. Jiring yors to) us. larrison's Drug Store, Greenile, SP'ECIA L OiFtF'lt-To patients comning froh2 Ilckens county to our Greenville ollice for eye work: A s we aire miembers of the Chamber of Con merce, we refund railroad fares. A. A. dion, conisulting Optometrist-Opticiani. presi dei n 'ie eolbe Optical Co., Mdasonle Temple, W~ A NTrE)- Meni andi women write qimkly for free part icuilars If you wish tol act as agent for home-moainuf,ietured toilet articles: also, auito mntic gas lightars, etc., or to start a biusiness of your own at home or at your oillee or place of busiiness, which req uires $1 to $2 starting eni 1. tirl. Adress M. A .'. Dist ribuiting Co . lIox 105, N101orph ine, Ilerolin. Coenin ae, Opium and Whiskey Habits Secretly Cured at Your Home or at my private sanitarium without suffering or incon venience; established fourteen years; cure guaranteed; correspondence aol ic ited P. 0. Box 269, Atlanta, Ga 3 Engraved Wedding Invitations, an nouncements, cards, stationery, etc., of the highest quality and latest styles can be had at The Pickens Sentinel office. See our samples and get our prices. For Exchanage-New Automobile Tires for old1 ones, all sIzes. 56 Swan dale Bldg. Peerless Tire Co., Green. ville, 5. 0. 7 Personual-Look: Cure for spong, bleeding, inflamed gums and loose teeth; tested 30 years; satisfaction or mone refunded. Medicine, postpaid, $1.50. it. C.. oss, D. D. S., Cooper, Tex, 4 Ladly AgenmtM-We have big sellers for private canvassing. Our goods sell fast. Big profits. Girculars free. 0. W. Necessity Cf., P. 0. Box 12, Char l9tte, N.C. 4 ..Pf as$ Van iver's Heavy Fruit ing Cott.e e~ed. Will produce 1-8 more than any of! a ty in existence. Big boll with flye locks fI-makes a good samip le; opens before fzpst; easy picker. Write to E. S Griffin, Greenv ille, S C Route83. ,' at I We submit t( n Hardware the i Apple Pearers Cherry Stoners, Hand Sprayers Lawn Mowers Garden Plows Garden Trowels Fly Swatters Screen Wire Screen Doors and M dows HEATH-Bla We are in receipt of an invi tation to the commencement ex ercis'es of the Chicora College, Greenville, S. C., beginning May 14. Among the class of gradu ates numbering 21 is Miks Emily Inez Morris, of Pickens, S. C., first cousin to the editors, and daughter of Aaron M. Morris. who spent a few years of his young manhood in Hartwell. Hartwell (Ga.) Sun. Messrs. Ed McDaniel a n d Gordoni Moore, of Ruthei ford county, N. C., accompanied by their wives, spent Saturday and Sunday in Pickens with J. H. G. McDaniel, father of Mr'. McDaniel andl Mrs. Moore, and Mr's. K. L. Cureton, mother of Mr's. McDaniel. They camne thru the country, about ninety miles, in an automobile and were driyen by Mr. Robert Hardin of Forest City, N. C. We offer The Pickene Senti nel and the Southern Cultivator both one year for $1.50, or The Sentinel and the Progressive Farmer both one year for $1.50, or all three for $2.00. You'll SNo matter wha :and Shoes, you :are perfectly w :We believe in + and Let Live." prices down wi SWe invite you 4Ladies' Palm I .Linen Middy S +Ladies' Palm I Closing out Me +Ten-'cent Barg Sup to 25c. yard. 4Unusually larg 4 money onyour si +Yard-wide She 4A'new lot of C + Big lot of nevw + And for grownuj Edwin I "The ! EASLEY lei a. I ihe Big St > you the following I )rices of which are Potato- Ricers Ice Cream Freezers ( Ice Picks Charcoal Irons Oil Stoves Cream Separators, Blue Bell and Delaval I Hammocks, ri Seine Netting ] Fishing Tackle LUCE MORROW 4 Pickens, S. C, A Good Place to Go "How much (10 you earn, Bill?" "Eight dollars a week." "Eight a weck! How in heck can you keep a family of .eigVht on eight dollar. a week?" "Oh, that's easy enough. I buy my Groceries from the Pickens lardware andGro cery Co., where they are of fine qtlality,doll't cost much, and go a long ways." "Huh! Guess I'll try that place myself. 'Bye!" Summons for Relief (Complaint not served) State of South Carolina, County of Pickens. Court of Common Pleas. adist BPasons and T. A. Bowe an aBonsParsons and J. RAshnore de fendan ts. To the Defendants above named: You are hereby summoned and re Find It t you want in Dry4 'Il find it here and illing to pay. the old saying wh That is one -reasc thin reach of the to come and see us leach Middy Suits, $2 ufits, 98c and $1.29. ~each Coat Suits, $5.1 n's Clothing. ain Counter of cloth 'e lot of Low Shoes. 1oe bills if you come sting, 5c; a better or alicoes, all colors, 5c. colored Parasols fo s at $1.00. .Bolt & Co tore That's Always S' W - )L ore ist of Summer very, moderate teap Hooks irass Blades 3ush Blades xrain Cradles VcCormick Mowoes takes Leapers Leaping Attachments 3inders OMPANY juired to answer the cofnplaint in thih A action, which was on May 14, 1915, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Courtof Common Pleas for said county, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complairvtonlhe ,subscriber at their of fice i Piek b's, S. C., within'twenty las ter tho.service hereof, exclusive of e day of such service; and if you fail to answer the complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action will apply to the court for the relief dernandjd in the complaint. Dated May 18, 1915. MCSWAIN & CRAIG, Plaintiff's Attorneys. A. J. BOGGS, Clerk of Court. ro Bowen Parsons, infant defendant over fourteen years of age: You are hereby summoned and re -luired to ap ply for the appointment of ~uardian ad i tem to represent you in ~his .action witihin twenty days after the ~ lervice of this -humnmons upon you', and f you fail, application for such appoint nent will be made by the painti here n. --McSWAIN &CRAIG, 4 -Plaintiff's Attorneys. Aswe go to press we learn of the leath of Mrs. A. Jack Loopr, which ccurred at her home in Coss Roads iection Tuesday, May 18, at 4 p. mi. Thie leaves an ~gdfather, Mr. Riley 3immons, a h~sand, four daughters md two sons, besides a host of rela :Ives and friends to weep for her. Fu teral at Cross 'Roads Wednesday. .4+ Goods, Notions: at prices you ich says "Live n we $geep our: buying public.: ~.98. + )8. .Some values+ You can save + here and buy.* ie at 6c.+ r children, 25c. Soutb Carolina.