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With Water Glass
(Solution Silicate Sodium.)
1 DIRECTIONS--Select clean fresh eggs (do not wash eggs, it in.
jures them). Heat to the boiling point and cool nine quarts of water;
to this add one quart Water Glass and mix thoroughly. This is sufficient
to preserve about twelve dozen eggs. Place eggs in a crock, jar or pail,
small ends down. Pour overl them (the;solution, 1keeping at least two
inches of the solution above tne top layer of eggs at all times. Put on
the cover and keep all in a cool place until required for use.
NOTE-When eggs taken from the solution are to be boiled, prick
the shells at the large end just before boiling to prevent cracking.
Fresh eggs may be saved six to ten months by this method. 1s
50c a quart. We have fresh supply.
Yours to please,
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. HIfLLUM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
henu you' want
PICK ENS, S. C.
flXARCO URjxCTJ . s isi
Prices Quite as Reasonable asConsistentwith Quality.
Up-to-the-Minute Job Printing.
" Still Doing Business i
At Same Old Place i
And keeping up) my ok(l policy:of giving
y More Goods for Less Money y
i Highest Prices Paid i
I'(U08 5 ('enfts a dozenl
II I'1S-30 (cenfts a1 p)oulIu to .n' (cents each
('( OID OM01 A LL~ KIN IDS--at prices~ to mov e 'em
A Car' ofi hirniture~ canne ini Friday and is priced(
to suiit buyer~l
Yours for trade,
i: . W. HENDRICKS
0 ~ Means Writing Days4
We have anything you need in the way
of writing material --
0 ~Good Ink and Pens
New line Stationery just in
it's si Plyrices ffrom 25Sc to $1.00
It' siplybeutiul.Itwon't cost you any
4 thing to look.
Waterman Fountain Pens, $2.50 and up.
RE. Lewis, Prop. Phone 24 PiknS. C.
-Hagood school will begin its next
term July122, with Miss Mary;Roper as
-Mr. and Mrs. J. McD. Bruce and
daughter Miss Frances are visiting rel
atives in Charleston.
- Ernest E. Dorr, and Lewis Cren
shaw of Pickens county left last week
for Charleston to enter the navy.
-W. H. Crane has a pig three
months old that weighs 119 pounds. If
anybody can beat it we would like to
hear of it.
-Don't forget the candidates for
governor and other state offices will
speak in Pickens next Wednesday,
-John Christopher and family are
visiting his parents in Pickens. John
is bookkeeper for Sullivan Hardware
-Sam B. Craig, food administrator
of Pickens county, attended a meeting
of county food administrators of this
state in Columbia Friday.
-Martin school will commenee its
summer session Monday the '2d instant
with Misses Laura Newton, Sadie Nea
ley and Gertie Aiken as teachers.
--Mrs.' Kate L. Cureton'and grand
daughter. Miss Ilenrietta Yongue, arc
visiting Mrs. Cureton's daughter. Mrs.
Ed McDaniel, in Hutherford county,
-Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of
Easley moved last week into the house
recently purchased from W. F. Maul
din and) Pickens people welcome them
-- See announcement this week of
Joe A. Finley for county commissioner.
Mr. Finley lives in the Six Mile section.
lie has never offered for oflice before.
but is well known.
--During a recent electric storm
lightning struck the telephone wire
running into C. H. Grant's house near
Pickens, ran along the wire into the
house and tore up a bureau.
--Marvin Lawrence, Paul McClana
han and Marvin lutchins of Camp Jack
son have recently been transferred to
Field Artillery, Officers' Training Camp,
Camp Taylor, Louisville, Ky.
---W. T. Bates, candidate for county
commissioner, says that he has not had
much practice at stump speaking, but
that part of his campaign would be
well looked after as Col. Irvin Miller
had agreed to do it for him.
-'. M. Hill, bookkeeper for the Pel
ham cotton mill near Greer, is visiting
his sister, Mrs. John L. Thornley, in
Pickens. He is recuperating from a
recent illness. Mr. H-ill was depot
agent at Easley many years ago.
-Rev. E. T. Hodges is at Lake Juna
luska, N. C., attending an educational
conference of the M. E:. Church. South,
as a dlelegate from the Upper South
Carolina conference. Mr. Hodges is
president of the educational hoard of
- D1. A. Newton, who has been visit
ing his mother in Pickens several weeks.
returned last week to his home in Prince
ton, California, where he conducts a
hotel. This was Mr. Newton's first
visit to his old home since he lef t this
county about twenty-two years ago.
-The Town Creek school will open
on Monday, July 15th, with Miss Mar
garet Attaway a3 principa& The trus
tees urge the patrons to attend the
opening exercises and to arrange to
start their children in on the first day
and keep them there until the close of
-Those who have kindred or friends
buried at Enon Baptist church are
notified that the cemetery grounds will
be cleaned off Friday before the fourth
Sunday in this month. It is hoped
that all parties interested will be on
hand with tools prepared to put the
grounds in good shape.
--The Pickens City Council has made
arrangements to handle coal (or local
citizens, provided the erder is given at
once for the amo'. ? coal desired.
The coal will be aelivered as soon as it
gets here and the council will not keep
it on hand. I't will be sold at cost and
those who want some should place order
now with E. F. Alexander, city clerk.
-Up to July 9 there had been 209
names placed on the Pickens club roll.
The time for enrolling Is more than
half gone, but not half the voters at
tis precinct have enrolled. The roll
Ciu-(" .Jnly 30, and those not registered
by that time cannot vote in the primary
tNections. Up to the same time 152
voters in Pickens precinct had secured
registration certificates wvhich entitles
them to vote in the general election. .
You can get The Sentinel 8 months
With LOCAL APPICATIO1j: athe
cannot reach the seat of te 'dlsease.
atarrh is a local disease, tly in.
penesd by constitutional co ns,.and
n order to cure it you must tale at
nternal remedy. H; I Catarrh etd
eine Is taken intern Iy and acts thru
the blood on the mucous surface of the
system. Hall's Catarrh Med e Nas
Prescribed by one of the best nvs1Oabs
n this country for years. Ife com
Posed of some of the best tonice known
combined with some of the best blood
purifters. The perfect combination of
tne ingredients In Hall's Catarrh Medi
cine is what produces such wonderful
results in catarrhal conditions. Send for
F. J. CHEN'EY & CO., Props., Toledo, ,
All Druggists, 46c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
--Frank Hendricks, rural mail carrier
on Pickens route 1, is our authority
that while there heretofore had been
frost in a small part of the Griffin nee
tion every month in the year except
July, that on July '1 this year there was
-i)r. J. C. Calhoun Newton, of Japan,
was visiting relatives in Pickens last
week. Mr. Newton is a brother of J.
Ii. Newton of Pickens. but has been
doing missionary work in Japan. for the
Methodist church for many yeae. lie
is now president of a Methodist school
in J span which has 1,100 students. He
has been in this country since last sum
mer and expects to return to the Orient
We are glad to have as citizens of
Easley Capt. Jas. A. Griffin and son
E-:d. with his family. They recently
camne here froma the state of California
where they had been for the past year
or more. We are sure they will be
pleased with E-asley. Capt. Griffin is a
native of this county and an old Con
federate veteran. Progress.
" -F'ag day services will be held at
Gritlin church the second Sunday in Ju
ly and on that day a flag will be pre
sented to the church with a star on it
for each member of the congregation
now in the service of his country. The
pastor. Rev. Fulton Childress, and Hon.
E. P. McCravey will make addresses
and the public is invited to attend. The
exercises will begin at 11 o'clock.
Notices inserteIt in this column for one cent a
wors for tirst ssr t it d otto-half centa wuorl
for each st b Uene t Im rltion.
M i il Cow For Ma le. V. H. Suth
erland, Pickens, Phone No. 2902. 11
lIed Iev on Bull fo' (ervict'.
Apply at my barn or see me for fur
ther information. W. A. Patterson,
For' Ma le--Lookout Mountain seed
potatoes at $2 the bushel at my house,
or in exchange for good corn, bushel
for bushel Joel Ii. Miller, R-1. Box
22. Easley, S. C. 10
I'igs for saie.--Apply to S. H.
Brown, Pickens, R. 1. 10
Calbauge PlantutM--Limited supply
early and late Flat I)utch, also collards,
now ready for transplanting. At my
residence near school house. $1.80
per thousand, 20 cents a hundred; by
parcel post $2.00 per 1000, cash with
order. Robert Stewvart, Pickens. 11
F'or Sale--Black mare mule, 13
years old and weighs 800 pounds; 2 1-2
M itchell wagon; one (6-horse power Peer
less engine; one Busha shingle mill,
saws and belting. S. C. Collins, Sun
set, S. C. 12
Old nuewspaperx for sale at The
Cornu Wantedl-J. TI. Flynn, Eas
Icy, S. C. 7-tf
IilankM for. Male at the clerk's
ofice-real estate mortgages, satis
faction blanks, real estate deeds, all
kinds of blanks, chattel mortgages;
large or small order filled. 0. S.
Stewart, Clerk of Court. . 7-tf
I will pay cash market price for all
chickens, eggs and peanuts delivered to
me at Pickens. Dan Adams. t~f
in this paper will bring3
good returns on the
money invested JE
G REE~NVI LL
The home merchant is entitled t<
town. When he cannot supply you
always glad to see you and will take
whose names appear in this directory
Insure in the
Southeaster n Life
TN H E tt Oq 6000 VALL5J
GREENVILLE, S. C.
When you think of Millinery
"Where Thousands uy Their ats'
(If every description.
JOHN H. WVILLIAMS
Be awe to keep that bottle of
-m ' BYRD'S ORIENTAL BALM
* ieiMa within easy reach--ready for any emergency that may arisel Cuts,
: burns bruises, scalds, sprains, strains, wounds--all are quickly re
lieved by this splendid, tine-tested preparation. For coughs, colds,
etc. a few drops on suga will be found quickly ellicacious. Easy and
pleasant to take intenrally--qulckly penetrates when applied ,
externally. Get a bottle today-from your nearest drug
Ser gn s o . t I 25c sad SOc size. No borne sbould be without it! i your .
dealer cani't supply you. write fur name of one Lebo cans.
BLUE RIDGE CHEMICAL CORPORATION
OI.n MANtIAerit:an'ts . .!+" .
Rocky Mount, ' - Virginia
and Columbia Record'
Feel Welcome in Our Store
Stop in some day and let us show you a Columbia Grafonola.
You will be allowed to play as many records of your own
selection .s you wish, on different Columbia Grafonola models.
You may feel frce to ask as many questions about phonographs as
you wish--the more you ask the better we will like it.
You are to be the judge and the jury. We will be glad to
send a Columbia Grafonola to your home on trial.
Compare the Columbia Grafonola with any machine in the
world, in direct comparison it always appears at its best. A
Columbia Grafionola may be bought on convenient terms.
Palmetto Pharmacy, Agents
Easley, S. C. -
A Nice Little Farm
3 Miles from Westminster
On main Oakway road. House, barn, orchard, pas
ture, wood and water.
Enough Sed. See me.
Frank E. Alexander
The Man Who Sells the Earth and Cuts it. to Suit Your Tfaste
ANDERSON, S. C. - PICKENS, S. C.
Maxwell Building, Saturdays and Mondays.
D)uring the hot summer weather you will want to use your p~orch a lot.
Let us make you a nice Porch Swing, Joggling Board, or anything you
Imay want for your porch. 1
We have on hand a good stock of anything in the building line, such as
Rough andl Dressed Lumber, Poors, Sash, Lime, Cement, Brick and
Builders' Hardware. Let us name you a price on any of the above.
Easley Lumber Company,
Successors to Pickens Lumber Co.., Pickens, S. C. -
2 BUSINESS DIRECTORY
iyour trade first, lHe is your neighbor and helping you to build up your home
r needs buy in Greenville, our big sister city, where the business men are
pleasure in helping you to get just what you want. Firms and individuals
are known by The Sentinel to be reliable.
For Good Things to Eat L. A. MILLS
and the world's best Coffees go to C to IISok
J. A. BULL CO.
GREENVILLE, - . C. il uidn. Phn 1
DR. Rt. .DRUMMONDWok(oc
Over C. D. Kenney Co. Phone 1901.GenvleS.C
4AS.F. M~i~\ JcSON FoFls ofilding. n Pone Go15'
7%~r Fneral irectosW?ik (inc.) *.
servce cn behadixp[ierts onasutn and ontracting
county the same us in Greenville . Cmtu iihn i.
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