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DISIN ECTA F2.2mD Tonics To Help Build U) Your System Following Spanish Influenza - \'inol, price. . .'' Wampwole's (od ,iver oil . .1 u ated.1.1 1 Uexall Emulsion (od i iver Oil 1.00 -ll~ow ' ilypophosaphites4 1.0 Pickens Drug Comp-any The liexall Store N. Ililun. Prop.& Nlgr. STRADE WITH us SAND SAVE MONEY ~ KK S ':. z hoe-; -,riees to sui t - . A 0 ;-elC t ect f,11011, A I i .++++++++++++++++++++++. unununnnunnnnnnunnnnnn D ;~U . ......... V D~ D ..HEDIK p [ I aeTreo Fu ml am D-r(-lft~~' 7. $3nerAr 1 'SD r((U~ FrnD.4lxne D rh hj4(~ tt "i 1 U 4 r Iai shoys:a rcs osi 0 besAt :.\ lir to I)(~ t S ~lect fro 'Iii. J.. H. END RICKS 4 4 Pick$30 Per Aothcr in mK. SeVmeVuick LOCA LAND PER SONAL Mr. W. .1. liridgemai, of the ln'ken, Mill, is out af(er a week's illnests, Mr. ntid irs. .1. Carey, Sr.. arte evxpecting a visit Saturday frot tfhir son. .lohn C. t'arey. of Charleston. Me ssrs. ,1. -. land I.'. V. christopher ire at their posts of duty aifter a seige of"h.' The l'icleins station fourth i quarterly Co1GIn't will ie held in Grace Metho dist chureh Friday. Novetmber 1, at :1 p. i. NIrs A. Coleburn of Nashville, TeI.. the state organizer for Mother.' Clubs. has gont' to Raleigh, N. C.. after a three weeks sInV in Pickens. The l'iekens cireuuit foirth quarterly t't'nfertenet will net Fritlay. Novem ber 1. at 11 a in.. n Grace Methodist church Mars. I'sS it, King, of 1.iberty, has been seriously ill with tihe Spanish in tien. a. but is on the mend now. We hopt' f0'r her a speedy rt'ove'rv. Rev. V , 1T liges is attensdng a m1eet igt of tihe educa tijonal ois111 Isioni held m Co umbia \\tWinesd:a. the :th Z inst. lit wi011 return Thursday. :1-st. The friensis of Mrs. .lohn 1 .angston w1 b' 'eased to know she is raiiidly im"prO\ Oing after being cointined to her Mr. and Mrs. N ,1. Welborn have reg.t:y re . ei'. informIation that their so n. U'lelse: I. Wvll,orn. has landed afe:. everseas. The :n'.a'y fe'.ds of Mrs. .1 T. Tav ic < 1 Ni :cast1d t" '.arn that she is : aser:.:5 operation in an At: a:a hes;,ita. 1:e :s expected LIo.t n N Main Street between n.ar-ct and Mrs. N. F. Thorn d nce one pair of Gold rimmed . In black ease. Finder will be vr -warded by returning same to he Se r~ ir l olice. The enu. ltis1t f Monday carrie d *he r:me of Private John F. Stansell of ic . v.ho died from wounds re ceiv-d: in action. Young Stansell is a :-n 'fitt 'tanseil. of the Cross :r. Ahn M. larden hay. been sent e Y-zt att e Bard of Health to assist r.:a care 'f he. indiuenza victims. Dr.den:sa v.ery. affable gentle w osed n the treatm'ent . ater sp~ending a - th his famnily., has with the Greenville T}hsis a large s -r.'. har.d.:r.g nth.ina w ent o te 'en. ; '. ' *'. we r - s e r.n drayr. It - e . '.ee r r.(:t.es in rircurn. fore.': ar~ wegh r por.dP takin~g abo)u' 12 bushei a goodir part very sIi of f ice. Wii ewish ti. comphl rr.':r.'thimf on well 'ix':d for the winttr. en~za e pi demrnic in Pickenrs ii im!~provinrg, porr tedt in the: last three day'/:. ItI has bet-n raither- severe airoundj Pi'ck enx buti no.t ax badl ax at other pla-.e, '.ven ina the2 ouJn ty. It is eistimate~d that there iasa been [bou t 8()() eases ings anad uaroundl P'ickens with possibly 12 or 14 deaths. Mr. d1. M. IHudison at the P'ickens MIill sEeni to have isuffered greate r loiti than anyonie elset, having lost three* membnieria of his famrily arnd another onel very low sat thin writing. A t the Pick eni MiNIill e.very famuiily on the ht alI, w ih the exceeption of atbotut live, 0, haid any where froms onea to ix auasee,. hut the daltuth rate has been srnall ini com - parison to the number being ik TI Ihe greattent, trouble in getting ~omuie tent, nurses. Too much cannot, he said Ini praiase of D~octors Poerter, Cannon anid K(irk sey, who hevye not stogpped uday or night to try to alleviate aulfering. TIhey have gono for hiourse withouit rent anid puit upl aI stifl' fIght, and nuow that. that t he epildemic seecma to lbe suid-aiI lng, iii> dloublt they feel great ly re lie ved. Tlhisx troeubleu has cauisedl ad. ncess in mny htmae, but I w~ eshd feel Igrate ful thiaI coaniionIara are imI pirovling. Try ian aadvor seenrt In T1he l'iekons Sentinel. * We are glad to tny that Central went over the top no u01ual. We wiNh to make special Imentioi of I piltrict No. 23, Long Branklh, under the supeirvilon of Meanrn. 1,. it. Itanmnay. W. P. Owilngu, and Mistes Virginia liawrence 111and 1l1111v Moore. These fitlifuil work 'iar nIure'ly wvtjit over the top1 inl their tiistrict. ha1vingt raIined$1Sto ''h Ather ititriett a11lo sihowed faithful work by the reports halded in. Mrs. Penrl Gihaon, wife if I'iie ,. diibso. died Mondaty aft'riloonl of l'nOUtMO"ia', Precededi by inillueniza. Mrs4. I;ibson wa lbout yairs old, iand be fore her mtiarriage wan Miss I'euri tiilstrap, laighter of Mlr. I ,awrence (ihtrap. Death is always sad indeed, but was especitlly so inl this case, 11. MaIS. i hson leaves three siall children who are all sick at this time. Mr. ibson Ilso has beeni confinled to his home with iiltieniza. The husband and childreni have the symnpat hy of the en tire comunuity in their great loss. Ir. Seawright has ritised some very Intelligent cliclens this year. Recently he sold l)ouglas Yoing somtie pullets, aund Douglas. not anticipating any real quick action in egg production, had fixed no place for them to lay. One (iy this week they all hitid in the coal hous1.e, On top of the coal pile. When relating the fact to )r. Seawright, Ir. told hini that t hey must must have heard he and Mr.s. Seawright talking atbout "laying in'' their winter coal supplly. t ,as I lagood a highly respected colored mian died in Piekens Thursday the 17th of Spanish iniluenza and kidney trouble. tus was about :7 years old and was a very trustwoathy and *honorable nogro. l-or years h was drayman for the Iileath-Bruee-Morrow Co.. and upona their going out, of business he continued with the ti n of Hiveis & Co. Gus was polite and accomodating and always ready in any emergency. lie leaves a father, old Uucle Peter Ilagood an old landmark, two sisters and one child. Hle was buried at Secona Friday. 31r. and Mrs. Gary Hiott left Sat urday for Holly Hill, where they will visit %Ir. Iliott's father, Rev. 1). W. lliott, for the next week or two. Their many friends in l'ickens regret to see thEm leave. Mr. l1iott is an eflicient newspaper man and for many years gave Pickens the best paper it has ever had. Mrs. Hiott took a great interest in the Red Cross work and will ht greatly miss-ed by the good ladies o1 Pickens who have this great work or their hearts. Mr. Hiott has not de cided where he will locate as lie ha under, consideration several openings but wherever he does. we bespeak foi him and his excellent wife abundan Quarantine to Be Lifted Nov. 3 Authenie repaorts have been receiver here that the state quarantine will bt li f tedl November 8rd. Conditions in an< around Pickens are such as to warrant it being lifted here before that time, but as this is entirely up to the state healti b'oard, nothing can he done here befort th~a. timo' Reports of the improves. conr.it:.'n all over the state are now com-* ir.g in~ and it is belie.vc'ed that the epi demi: w.'ill be practically wiped (out by thLe time set fo~r remo';ing the qluar antme. rtrndfathe~r arnd Famrib: I v. iil w.rite you a letter as I am oil this morning k~nd haver:'t anything to I ':en 't know whether you knew that I had let t Ch arlest'n or not, but I left timorv Septembrer 5, anid am rnow at St. Thaorr.a , Virgin 1Islanids, and having as good a~ timie as coulId be ex pected irn sunaplace as thi,. TIhe inhabitants here are all rnegroes; I have naot seen a whbite girl in so0 long I would naot know wihat to do, if I shouldl see onea, but I umn not '-xpecstinag to see rone befora. neOxt sprinr4o Osummirier. I lowever, I will atppreci ae I itaenr (I d getI t, sege one5 or wihena I ;aea imine, ha, hati Well, I yuess you aore tall boesy pick lug (',ttosn, arern't you? And I 'gess you have o,1 ma aroaund thaea fire avery mfornaihng, too. We suaere don't ne aaed sanay fireI down hier'. as at asis V/twarm here Iani it eier geta aia Auaguest up thtere*, sad there is no' 'ottona to pi'k , a.I her. Nothingj is raiasedl down haere bute 1. Iruci and sugar "snne, bute thay suro do rinue plenty of ihnt.! haere. We get.ci hal h frit, we wnuat. I.o. eat!, arad asuegar, tao; but. the litgar is nait very goodl. I havei had bauaananra lnii I iam tired of themi, but I guesnn I will hanve to keep it. upa until ushouet na x t .111ne, andl t hena I It in I enna g(et to ComE hack to theii atintaen, att least I hlopea sno, 5ay wiay. Well, I will clone, sna I have' I to g ln watch in a iabor t timent. I'lease anwer noon and let mae hear fromt all or you nan I amu aiway iall' udown here wherti I can't hoar anythinag froam homec anly hy mtail. 'Y'our grandnon, l':rnient. li. I torr, II. S. ltereiving Shipa, l'ersoona buy may Ilouir, ashorlt aand iothaer feed0 zituif a rioa aaasrclhant a in tis iaacoual y will leaae repoaart t me 11f4 tIIhey thliik that t.Ihe pr icsi ar'e taoo high. Youir vs~ry truly, Sam Ii. Craig. Ilond A di iitat rot.. ef.. )ic.i. C. Pickens Hardware & Grocery Co ; Fall Announcement (.)"r ,o(1( Of GrOeggos and Hardware is con pleo, ai i yo1 have flods in these lines-and we lnow you <o -coino In and see us. WE are mak lg an, offort, to carry nothing but an up-to-date 11110 Of Grocoriml( a1nd we lon't believe that you will find a lin in t.own stockel with more what 11he nexplo really want. than you will find at our store. S101fEING Is lBei1IEVING. Then in Hard wVar&---altho)' contions8 are very unsettled in the lardiwaro lines-- wo are keeping our stock of I larlwaito right up-to-date as far as the conditions will allow. GIAIN SOWING 'l'IMI4 is here and we want to call your attention to )rag larrows-something 1 that always comes in Lootl on the farm and espe Cially at this season of the year. We have a new stock of Collars and Bridles that we will make it --interesting for you to buy here if you need one. Some lines that we want to call your attention to are RUBBER ROOFINU, MEAT GRINDERS. LAlI) CANS. Also a new shipment of RED ltJST PROOF OATS; get somc while they last. WHATEVER YOU WANT AND WHEN 1\VElR YOU WANT IT DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU llAVE GIVEN US A CHANCE-WE WILL MAKE IT WORTH YOUR WHILE. T Pickens Hardware & Grocery Co I Pickens' Progressive Pushers McDOUCALL The Kitchen Cabinet Unusual JA. A lDouali acnrl tto-f iinc nte xJJunt yo holjbyal inn cal:nieanieti \Ih itouI wils alsolinrl sn airay of othieer coveni-th IfnIee11 <lsicively "eAlcoual"---sea turs hihou Avte iven'I the A\l (ion.gall first pla:ce ever since the invenition ~ of thie first k i t(een caintet, whichl, by thle way, was a. .\l C loug~all. C~oine, s<ee this king of kitchen cabuiets. .1uig a .\lel ouigalf nvolves' no luiurfishipf. It will be a pleasure to show yout. A\ linuifel inbee11)(u--jget yourIs bef'ore ther~ a V-e all gonie. J. J. Gantt Furniture Co. ( u:iona~j;ll y wou null 4 ).'fonbrd: ;mulNt,'u lins at this seas8on We Call Voaur Special AItten~tlon 'l ,I' iu an f nt ornleg lfor hIovo ii (Jriwl. Mnu :nul Wo fn *gjl. gn ithow you niur linue. A vi'r-v uiseful * -- l g noI'IlI . -- Cotton lamnnels andi sOe' unl whou'I ~ii on wat to~ hutv miuwhtu utse or ~wen Craig ros. Company cIaens, s. c.