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Double and Single, 50 cents a de3n. ROMAN HYACINTHS 60 cents a <dozen. NARCISSUS BULBS 30 cents a dozen. Postage ; cents a dozen if ordered by mail. ho'se 1)1111) are all of splIen(Ii(1 variety. PICKENS DRUG COMPANY The Rexall Store J. N. HALLUM, Proprietor Phone No. 8 SPECIAL NOTICES County Fair! You are cordially inviteti to attend the eleventh Annual County Fair at FoundI4I - Near Pickens, one pair gold Calhoun, Ga., Oct. 19th to 23d, inclus framed spectacles. Owner an have lye. See the variety and quality of same by calling at The Sentinel otfice crops grown in this section, a section and paying for this notice. that has natural lime and potash in the soil (see government report on same), om' ~a O~ne F'or~d Automobile, and considered too far north for the 1914 model, with new engine. b 0 eevil, now in Georgia, to ever O'l)ell, Easley, . fect. This makes it very attractive S 1 on account of the rag1 weevil reported in south and middle Georgia, and the Co., 1'ickens, S. . high priced fertilizer, as a cotton Em'~a1' 12 is lve ile nothgrowing section; also it is naturally Forad ted to grains, grasses ard stock of Central and ('alhoun, tour miles of Newry. About f0 acres in cultivation. a..t ,w m 12tf'om Pickens C. H. and bought a farm acres wire pasture, balance timbered t land. One small 3:-room house. In one some two y ag 'e an lea mile of church and school and on rural thi oney at the fa o wat mail route. Price $12.50 per aere. L0asyth outy gro in aYof fa ents. Rohinson. Pick n month's time GORDON Co. FAIu ASSOCIATION. iIIII ( 4N 1: n'% \' 4 Ni\ - N'xi t ii ttrriiy -- ______ ti~ll'.,e Ir:N~'ttI. Il1 tt eit'F ARMS FRix SALIE ! th ul e li t (linY are1cordially' l, i v et11o attend ntetln ~~ ~th elevent Annual County' Fair atu . Il1 l l ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Clon Ga.,/ Oct.: 19th':," toio 23d inclus- 'tal' - n '~'itt II i 1a t II 1 ' "' '1' v' You ha e no doubt heard ait good al isrric. a gout this section of Georgia, as many 1 or ~ ~ --1 Svrlhude uhl from Pickens county have bought farms Eon' thaSeveralahundredibushelspoeain tnethe of astings' lundredto-One oats at 75 n t st few years. You owe it cents petr bushel. Also 75 bushels of to yourselves and family to take a look Name with vetch, :; pounds per bushbel at this country nhere level farm lands at .$Io per bushel. Prices t. o, h" '1Li that are naturally much more fertile arty o1' Pickens. l. A. llestei'. ibertv. thain your lands and can be bought for ' n the saome and less pGi acre than your . C. ' hillside lands, This county is not all in(~' l " Nice horse andi i'nblaer level by any means. We have hills and tire buggy. \\'ill yell itt a Batai. mountains, an. I am glad whe have, for Ihor'se four and at hat' years oldl, weighs they mean good cold wvater' and assur'ed loUS hiounds and is lady broken. Qriitli- health. We are also far enough north 1~iclev. 1iekeis 'iN frol weeiln. Gui famer bough am farm som____ -ae ulte year's : h"nd cen I', iithicounty groweis in the metho of farm ii: i *II~ 2..i productisn thanne vin d hi'n from othena ~i~,i0;ii~~t I i- m aimnth~'s vi'ie." satmnti .40: ,N . lii \ y \I L -Nxt biuiiny.' s--- 'r tobe~htthy aetdy c~elly".\shaveoros-,anyeikh.d or ki-iomfarm kou Ogs ,dilemighforvaiwtshantIlly.uld .vie gl-dito-show niii ht si t'l.''y kin. eggts. t.- .he oeexr aginteipbfr Iti' best'. I igs e t mhreepiet jiiicv 10'i- be 'h dace i otn-Ihv u paid 1:1. ( -'ri s. o..no i l'ul ices.V i'g am ino s al rcsth tIa Fofa'i'asearevertrahundredlocated. ome H ast bl Frings'Hnrdt-n as YortCt' 75nes eetForruhl Also inT. bushelBo of 1amewit1vech.lhoundnpe buha. ate o1.5 ibul. Prt'iices f.otb.Lib erot o' ickens. 11.' A.t t commssionissuerbyy. Fu'uate to c auhortyse ndi rnble r M n sceayofsae h btie lasty will dtstaenlt ofa ai'ki n. esgelwl pn Ok fsb iughs. eceurasd, ai ll nowr ond w e scitntoheaialsck fte in tePobsandes olyIwl brell toteFotHllLnaC.olFia,-coe tiest bidrant' iddero wa.s.ay T. 11,a lesnClee,~ .Si iei ert 1t15 utti aftei'he-lek'' 0 I ok o tbciitoe-lrmanoe wrk:es, eine 'on- of the- 1nhoueto I na a.H.HUTN tel ttract of' la-nd0 :ton wich thesidB F.ROETSN L iI l ghesli lived ajte t he-(s (,time- o i sl j ItF H UN SA-S dea111Th 'h'bi- sa i lan wil he siom' ild.i W .-.TTN three tii'. itt'lo:ThhoeBadfCrpitos tratconing 5ou cens: te, buit tract, cntraig ro i's. .. Pice. ee trctS ont aiubn ring52ars ands'Ntc oDbtr n rdtr whih ~illbe 'x'ied n (ay f alebsaou th secte Wf Aerthur Thmay inaiderin oe aid wo yars~vihere for the asth dawyeas You Ocobe t16 per entinteestperannuscurtl this or ountebryhred leel flan ds pr irt mrtgge f te pemiesl tiat ons inetdtourali estat must mertl withthe iurtaito hy al cahayn ond and befor the obovetat o Ters f slemut b ranedontinhe B raig, attoneypracetanyu of 8al or sae willbsiresld.an s. TisOR c.t 'is notMal De tmetcT oh unts, Ia g 2dwehve5o Nyetethey menTooh codPate, an2asue Nhts a e alth.Were a(sofare)og ot arFehBuetfute tend yersbhitePckn 25a d 5c--oufrmr like thimthdofam ing ea2yone liin ereS fro Picen cony wllvrf ti'tte e ti LOCALA PERSONAL Mr. C. B. Finley last weel visited his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Jan'eson, in Easley. Mrs. Irvin Miller is visit ing her daughter, Mrs. Clayton Newton, in Pickens. Lynn Freeman, son of Mrs.H. A. Johnson of Perry, Okla., is visiting relatives in Pickens. Messrs. G. G., and Bristow Christopher of Greer spent Sun day with their parents in Pick ens. J. L. O. Thompson of Pickens, S. C., arrived in Vicksburg Fri day and will be with the Demo ocrat Publishing Co-Vicksburg (Miss.) Democrat. The Ladies' Cottage prayer meeting will meet Friday even ing at 4 o'clock with Mrs. Ben LaBoon. All the ladies of Pick ens are cordially invited to at tend. C. L. Cureton of Pickens has been aifbointed U. S. Deputy Marshal for the Western district of South Carolina, an important office with a good salary attach ment. The Easley Traders Associa tion has set apart every third Monday in each month as sales day in Easley and have an ad vertisement in this issue telling about it. Read the ad. On account of the Pickens city council and the management of the Ivy Water Light & Power Co. being unable to agree on a new contract for lights for the town the street lights have been off since October 1. We are grieved to learn that O. S. Stewart has suffered a re lapse from his recent attack of feiter and has been taken to the Greenville hospital for treat ment. We trust he may soon be restored to normal health. Quite number of Pickens peo ple went down to Clemson Sat urday to see the football game be'tween Clemson and Davidson. The game resulted in a tie, (3-6. Riggs field, Clemson's new ath letic field, was dedicated on this occasion. Up to Tuesday morning no in formation or clue :of any kind could be found concerning the mysterious disappearance of C. W. Martin, who disappeared in Atlanta, Ga., September 18. No reasons can be found for his disap-earance. He is a son .of Editor C. T. Martin of Easley. A. A. Pace returned last week from Greenwood, where he h~ad been at the bedside of his daugh ter', Mrs. Oscar WV. Lollis, and her husband, who are both in the hospital suffering from an attack of fever. They have been danger'ously ill, but we are glad to state they now seem to be on the road to recovery. Rev. E. V. Babb, pastor of the First Baptist church at Easley, was a pleasant caller at The Sentinel office Monday morning. We are alwvays glad'to see him. Mr. Babb is doing a good wyork at Easley. He is holding a meet ing this wveek at Lenhardt school house. The latter part of this month Rev. T. V\. McCall of Clemson College will assist him in a revival at Easley. The centennial celebration of the Pendleton Farmers' Society will be held at Pendleton on October 12 and 13 and at Ciem son College October 14. An elaborate program has been pre pared and among the most prominent speakers on the pro gram are Clarence Poe, editor of the Progressive Farmer-, Gover nor Manning, Congressmari Lever, President Harrison of th( Southern Railway, Presideni Riggs of Clemson College. Sec. retary Houston of the IJ. S. Department of Agriculture. Miss Elinor Knight Instructor In Piano, Violin, Foun dation Specialty Affiliated With Greenville Womnans College Miss Knight has adopted thn " Progressive Series of Piant Lessons" in teaching and wish es to call attention to the man) advantages of this authoratatiy< text, having been edifed by th< world's greatest music teacher Pupils taking this conserva tory course and who wish t< teach may get their Teacher' Cortificate from the Greenvill WI~omans Collene 2 IBALE YOUR HAY!> There are several reasons why it will pay you to e bale your hay: a. First: It will only occupy one-fifth the space required to store loose hay. Second: Hay will bring .god prices, and baled hay is in shape to market. Third: Baled hay retains its strength and is 9 more valuable for feeding. We have in stock the I. H. C.. Pull Power 14x18' N " Portable Press ready for delivery. Get our prices. HEATH-BRUCE MORROW COMPANY Pickens, S. C. 11I One dollar for a year's sub- The real estate business is Craig Bros. Co. have an. in scription to The Pickens Senti- livening up some in this section. teresting advertisement in this nel is the best investment a Pick- A deal of some importance re- issue. This popular firm has ens county man can make. cently was the transfer of the been in business here sixteen Read this paper over and then bid Earle drug store and lot, oc- years and this year have the see if you can get as much any- cupied by the Keowee Pharmacy largest stock of goods in their where else for tvo cents. Renew from the ownership of Lucius history. It is a deservedly popu your subscription as early as Earle to the Linwood Land & lar firm. Read their advertise you can, please. . Investment Co. ment. WhereAreYouGoingtoPurd~ chase That Fall Bill of Goods? "The Quality arid Prices of Our Goods Should Decide the Question." Look, watch and wait for our big circular which (9 will be mailed to you or delivered at your door, which y will tell you a good place to purchase that Fall Bill of Merchandise. It will not mean a 10-day sale-the prices in tie circular will be guaranteed tor 60 days. We are showing a full line of high class merchandise for f fall and winter and have a surprise for you in most your deprtmnt fi nd e he rcsa owo oe Something '[hat Will Appeal to the School Boy! Tro each and every boy that buys a suilt of -elothes from us at $4.98 and oip wvill be presented with a good w~atchI, guar-an teed for one year. So buy vour next suit at this store. See Big Circular for Prices on Practically Everthingin Our Store "Saturcday Special Sale" For Saturday, October 9, we will offer you a goodl quality in Bleaching. Thliis Bleaching is 30 inches wide and our regular 10Oc Bleaching. This is something we have never offered you before at this price. 13e here Saturday at 9 a. m. andI get 10 yards good Blleachiing for 69cts Sale will last all day Saturday, and this Bleaching wvill be 10 cents a yardl after Saturday. Edwin L. Bolt & C0. Easley, S. C.