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" .., _ _..._ '" Too late for.liast week)
Owing to the hard 9an that fell 1as
Friday night Keo\vee river overflowi
its banks and the water was nearly. a
high as' it was when the'Toxaway dan
Farmers in this section are getting
behind with their work.
Mrs. Clate Willimon spent Wednesday
night last with her parents, Mr. am
Mrs. A. P. Alexander.
Ray Childress, who has been clerking
for Parrish & Brothers In Easley, hat
come home to spend the summer witi
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Chil.
dress. Roy is always welcome in this
community, especially by the girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Haynes visitec
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Haynes, near Newry last Saturday
J. C. and T. A. Stewart have each
recently purchased a new Ford car.
Messrs. Deo Haynes and Luther Ham
mond, from the New Hope section of
Oconee county, were visitors in this
section last Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Essie Garrett is spending this
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. P. Alexander.
Miss Lila Childress spent last Sunday
afternoon very ' pleasantly with the
Mrs. Oscar Allgood, from near Pick
ens, was visiting relatives in this com
'nunity last week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Alexander and
family spent the week-end with the 1ut
, ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. All
good, near Pickens.
Mrs. J. L. Murphree, who has been
Hick for quite a while is, we are glad to
say, still improving.
One of the greatest surprises to the
people of this section was when they
learned that Mr. Thomas G. Oliver of
Crow Creek was married to Miss Lu
(inda Couch of Easley, which occurred
:it her home the third Sunday in March.
Mrs. C. M. Steele and little son Ed
ward 1). spent nn afternoon recently
with Mrs. Alfred Alexander.
FOR THE NI
We know that everyt
this lovely Springtime aft
Our shelves are full c
able for the season. Nev
better line of dry goods
slew our trade than we n
as reasonable as such a gr
dIe can be sold for. We
job lot, short end, cheap <
Remember, there is a diff
We have also just rect
men's an~I boys' clothing t
you to inspect when in the
Hats for men and boys.
lines and we think if you<
tion of the country we car
T and let us show you our Ii
for us to do ir.
We never get tired
have a line that we are nc
our quality and prices
.4 want to buy now or later,
you call and see what we
P ICKENS RAll
i IME TABLE NO. 13, SUPEI
IN EFFECT M2
No. 1 No. 3 No. 5 Dis. st
7.30) A.m 11.00 Am 12.55 P. Lv. 0 Pi
7.86 "' 11.05 "' 3.00 ' ' 1 F
7.46 " 11.15 " 13.10 " 5 P
7.0"11.20 " 13.15 " 7 A
-V8.00 " .11.30 " 13.20~ "____
8.05 " 1L25 " 3.26 " Ar. 9.3 E
x No agent.
No. 1 connects with Southe
Nos. 3 and1 4 connect with Souti
12. Nos. 5 and 6 connect with
Express handled byv the Pickens
information apply to J. T. T
I ART'IN &. kIE~NMVr
General PractiCe of Law,
t GRIENVILLE, S. C.
0 4li1c'%Gor. Broad and Main Sta. Phono 401
IJ.-31. P408Will SAM~ HI. CIR IO
1 eonville, . C. I'lcke,, s. C.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
. Greenville Office Phone 210
Pickens Office Phone 39
The Perfection Iron Beam
Plow Stock will last you for
years and you don't have to ride
them to keep them in theground.
Get the combination stock and
turner complete. No better
made. Pickens Hardware and
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
suit. Special attention given to ladies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
Telephone No. 38
We have another solid car of
Columbus Wagons on hand.
There is no wagon to equal the
Columbus when it comes to
quality and light running. Sold
by Pickens Hardware & Grocery
Bed your con land with a
Walter A. Wood i isc Harrow.
!It will save you ti - and labor.
|Sold by Pickens Hardware and
ody is glad to welcome
er such a seige of severe
f nice, new goods suit
er before have we had a
of every description to
ow have. Our prices are
ade, of goods as we han
handle no second-hand,
r shoddy goods.
ived new shipments of
hat we are anxious for
market for such goods.
This is one of our pet
:an be suited in this sec
do it. So come to us
ne. It will be a pleasure
talking Furniture. We
t ashamed of and know
Lre right. Whether you
we will be glad to have
CEDING TIME TABLE NO. 12
ARCH 21, 1915.
ations. No. 2 No. 4 No. 6
ckens Ar 9.20 A. 2.00 P. 4.10}P. m
3rguson x 9.15 " 1.55 " 4.05"
arsons x 8.05 " 1.50 " 3.55"
rialis x 8.55 " 1.45 " 3.46
i i x 8.50 " 1.32 " 3.40 "
asley Lv. .45 " 1.33 " 3.35"
rn Railway train Nos. 29 and .j2
Lern Railway trains Nos. 39 an
Southern R~y. trmin No. 11. All
RLailroad comipan y. For further
AYL~OR. Supt., Pickens, 5, C.
lent in The Sentinel
NOT SOON, BUT NOWi
We Can See
$1 5O Corn and $11 Flour
While sailing on the ss.a of
High Prices the SUBMARINE
will get you if you don't look
well tQ your preparation and
planting of food and feed crops.
See us for flour and feed till you
can do better. We will help you
if we can.
Morris & Company,
Phone No. 36-Use It
Saves Doctor's Bills
Instead o; calomel and other violent purga.
Ives, which are dangerous as well as nauseating,
L better to use a reliablo medicino like
Graliger Liver Regulatk
Untco-. dato oig
Oct. I, 1916. 3. w.
wvriLo;: "I h nv t
C' been u:nCranj~.c
Liver Utuluitor in
iy fanily foryeatt
uand find it to yb
tom, n fine family renged,
aILg1 wch has save i
PR ',C0 bills. I always kern
[ ~4ss~ t in may house arA
Fw Paia would not he with.
I R, "*, 4W 1R H R out It.."
" " I .wTM glss, 2b5ca box
Reftso all subti.
Granger Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tena
Pickens Co. Singing Associlor
The Pickens County Singing associa
tiQn will hold its regular sring conven
tion with Griffin church Saturday and
Sunday, April 7 and 8. The public i
invited. Each local convention shoulc
send delegates and a contribution,
Lunch will be served on the ground
both days. We expect some good sing.
ing and a splendid time.
J. L. BAGWELL, E. P. MCCRAVEY,
Colds, LaGrippe, Rheumatism
A pleasant but effective emulsion,
which rebuilds the tissues, revives the
system, adds strength and stimulates
the nervous system. Ithas absolutely
no alcohol, and is in every sense a
$1.00 PER BOTTLE
Ask Your Druggist
Manufactured Solely By
Columbia, S. C.
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The Question of Groceries
is a. most important one today
" in every household. Quality,
variety, price and delivery, all
have to be considered, and we n
, aim to meet all the require
mentsof the housewife by pro
viding the very beat grade of'
groceries in all lines and charg
ing the most reasonable prices
. consistent with a fair profit.
We are prompt in our deliver
les, as our present patrons
will assure you.
Pickens Hardware & Grocery
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Safe,~ Sound an Pogesiv
We solicit your banking business and will show you every
courtesy an(d convenience consistent with sound banking principles.
Five per cent. interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
1 !1 _ Demonstrationan
"ThelRange With a Reputation"
MayIyes and s.izes% i" liii or ithout legs
For One Week Only Corn=
mencing Monday, April
During this- week we will have a
special demonstrator from the Maj
estic Factory to explain how the Maj
estic is made and why it is absolutely
the best range; why it lasts longer -
and cuts down repair expenses; why
it bakes bread evenly, top, sides and
bottom without turning; why it uses
so little fuel and saves food waste.
He will explain its ;labor saving con
struction and why it heats an abun
dance of water good and hot-a
mi hty convenient and useful thing
to 1ave a big supply of hot water al
ways on hand isn t it.
Tbyb mThis $8 Set of Granite and Copperware
certain to end in disappointment and
loss of money. It may be "exactly F R E
as represented" yet not be what you
thought it was nor what you wanted. As a special inducement during our demonstration weelC only,
we will give with every Majestic sold, one handsome set of kitchen
Here you canse ware as illustrated. Every piece is the finest of it's kind and the
He you can see every part of the entire set cannot be purchased for less than $8.0. The price of
Majetting beore o buy. Decide now the Majestic remains the same as always and the quality of the
gtat you will iscont mue usin that stove is the same. This kitchen ware is an out and out present.
old, worn-out range. You wii save See it at our store.
money in fuel,- repairs and cooking. Everybody Welcome
Buy a Majestic- the range with 25
years' reputation. The demonstrator Even thoug you do not want to buy a new range right now, it
wll answer any questions relating to will be worth your while to attend this demonstration and know
soves. all about the Majestic Range. You are placed under no obliga
tion to buy.
Keep this date in your mind's eye. IBrIng you negbrwtro
BI3JVENS &co2 Pickens