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You Need a Good Syringe, Bulb or Fountain. Buy Your. self One and Buy It From Us. PICKENS DRUG COMPANYX The Rexall Store J. N. NALLUM, Proprietor Phone No. 8 Packer's Cans A Solid Carload On Hand $ 3.00 per hundred $25.00 per thousand Don't Wait Until They Are All Sold! Sullivan-Markley Hardware Co. 113 N. Main St., Greenville, S. C. Phones 77 and 78 Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge Edn'PesigCu mNotice iscaherebyt given that I will I have opened up a first-class Pressing EsakJe fProbcateo tor~ ~ Piensry Club in the J. F. Harris office building. county f inrte oSate for croens Hays Hallums is my workman and all counn the tate of outharoin, ato1ik will be done to satisfy you. I will o'oin the dafrenlo, 1910 at soon r ciate your patronage. o'lc ntherefono r as so lcton We make a specialty of cleaning and heard, for leave to make final settle- sressin Pice Bc and oC lot ment of the estate of G. H. Dacus, it-Pcls 25 alainwrk pc ia deceased, and obtain discharge as ad- Fdrs-clain foltaien work., Spcas ministrator of said estate.d laig frldis utcas Jn W, STE'PHENS, Administrator ki*lveec June19.1915 10HARRISON EDENS, Manager GREAT HAT VALUES One lot of Ladies' Hats, all this sea son's styles, in small shapes, with a good range of colors to select from. Values up to $5. Your choice, 98c. Don'tlfail to see these Hats. See our other shapes at 98c, $1.48 and $1.98. HOBBS-HENDERSON CO., Pickens, S. C. *.' . z,!4 -. X OCALAND IERSONAL Miss Grace McDaniel is visiting her sister, Mrs. Holley, in Atlanta. Miss Janet Bolt of Easley and Miss Cleo Bailey 9f Anderson are visiting friends in Pickens. Lemuel C. Reid and daughter, Miss Coda, of Atlanta, are visiting his sister, Mrs. Leona Gassaway. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Edens spent Sun day in Asheville, N. C., making the trip in a Ford. Jesse Morris had the misfortune to cut the thumb of. his left hand off one day last week. Miss Isadora Poe of Greenville was the guest of Miss Francis Bruce several days last week. W. A. Findley of Piedmont and F. L. Finley are on a visit to distant relatives in Knoville, Tenn. D. H. Cassell and son Robert of the Holly Springs section were in town on business Tuesday. The young people of the town enjoyed a "moonlight picnic" at the Hollings worth place last Monday night. Miss Essie Hagood of Easley was a visitor at the home of her brother, C. Bruce Hagood, in Pickens last week. Miss Ina Boggs has returned from Calhoun, where she has been spending some time with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Hallum of Liberty visited their sons, Dr. J. N. and Prof. R. T. Hallum, last week. Messrs. G. M. Keith and Dewey Jones of the Oolenoy section were in town Saturday and paid The Sentinel an ap preciated visit. Mrs. J. T. Richey of Pickens, with her little daughter, Margaret, is visit ing her mother, Mrs. Shannon Morrison, 1229 Richland street.-Columbia State. L. C. Thornley and T. L. Bivens, anglers (not angels) went angling last Thursday and with rod and tackle suc ceeded in catching 75 or more rainbow trout. Claude Hester, who was hurt at Eas ley about two weeks ago while unload ing freight, is now able to walk with the aid of brutches. We wish for Claude a permanent recovery. Officers Julian, LaBoon and Nealey caught nine negroes gambling near the old brickyard Sunday night. Each was fined $10. Eight paid the fine and one went to the gang. .J. M. Reece, who has been running a barber shop here, left Tuesday for Lake Toxawey, where he wvil1 run a barber shop. Ernest Childress will take Mr. Reece's place here. Misses Eva and Gracia Payne, of Calhoun, Miss Christine Malone, of Columbia, and Mrs. R. E. Leavell, of Newvberry, have been visiting at the home of Mrs. A. J. Boggs. In an interesting game of baseball played on the Pickens Mill diamond the local team defeated . the Liberty ,milI team by a score of 7 to 6 last Saturday. The mill band furnished good musie during the game. The Pickens Mill team has developed into one of the best in this section. We Have One in Cold Storage Spartanburg Journal. It is said there is not a republican in the town of Pickens. Who would get the postoffice there, you reckon, in case Mr. Hughes should be elected? Shows His Democracy Charleston News and Courier. The spectacle of a former Secretary of State "covering" a convention may not be a very dignlfied one, but it might be worse. Still Going Good Greenville News. "Blackberries are ripenin' in Pick ens," quoth The Pickens Sentinel, but what we are concerned about is the corn crop over there. Looking Fine on the Vine Spartanburg Journal. Jim Smith, of Pickens, who was here today says that this promises to be a prosperous year in Pickens county. "The blackberry crop never looked bet ter 'at this season than it does now," he declared. Rionically Speaking Gre fille News. T Pickens Sentinel will find butter di~ Aorned with a sprig. of mint-a le'~auing decoetlon, after which q will not have to. be "indicated,"~ *.,fhsmadooia wanted 4ao 7 7717 . I, Such tobacco enjoyment as you never thought could be is yours to command quick as you buy some Prince - Albert and fire-up a pipe or a home-made cigarette! Prince Albert gives you every tobacco sat isfaction your smoke appetite ever hankered for. That's because Tobacoo Co. it's made by a patented process that cuts out .,f,thi-td r4t cogs Patented Jul~ bite and parch! Prince Albert has always 9. whiic been sold without coupons or premiums. w'a m on~emoked sbewforre We prefer to give quality I }RINCE ALBERT the national joy smoke has a flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of fitl And-that isn't strange, either. 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