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ArML -9, 1914
entine1 is not responsible
orte iews of its corres
gwat the fly, of course... But
ouldu't it also be a good
bene to swat some of the fly
e0ing places in every city
; that President Wilson
'Q dthe people how* it feels
be preisidentilet's hear from
s1ef'alsorans" on how
ie fs tto beipresident.
ioth war in Meico and po
i apaiin South Car
fin&,j6 i 'there will be
Sqme etiaordinary hot times in
e othern heanisphere this
tion dwen a great
" othe- lawers," observes
ome oneand the Columbia Re
ord inmarks "it won't be the
sers' fault if they fail tc
lb Unemployed Worker
lypper just-started i
s.CaLis the ver' ates
wspaperdom, rt edi
~- eral"~ M e't
S- alibi for mom
ethe my accused- o
-man in th
ls as an employ
po printers an
all go and ge
to be a conspi
4m public life two C
-newspaer redicule c
1b iai1'and personal cot
iW,, efer'to the constar
i blemade on Williar
The former is b(
daily for appeal
are platform fc
PO atter is being hE
speech he delive
'convention of th
>tohe best informs
tWilson has grea
cirn both of the genth
- ~ bshould be 's'upport
*4ip~betermnation to stan
b] Weevery loyal Dem<
t~~h ang. The Nations
* -of Manufacturei
Rd4ocial mnagazine,: mi
1v bitter in attaci
s b~speech he made td th
wiflbr. Had he attenc
edicondtiion of bankers an
m.ads Myeech demnonstratin
tahe ixnden and scientifi
thoby which the prosperi
y r~zi4finance" migh
he would hav~
~tieand glowing tribute
hi~ave beeri paid to hi
ehiis as a statesman. Bu
wien William B. Wilson spok
foc'the own-trodden and oi
ressed-foi thte .suffering vic
rtiolic 'pen of the editoria
K There is something appealing
fine'about holding on "lk<
ui death." There is equali
"ling to acknowledge a mis
rake and let it go.-Ex.
How About it, Lost Boy?
Tugaloo Tribune has a corre
pondent signing himself "Lost
Boy," and The Pickens Senti
'nel has one signing "Lost Boy's
Wife." Besides corresponding
for the two papers, they should
also correspond with each other.
But maybe they do. Not far to
Advertising in Germany.
The following advertisement
is published in The Kreisblatt, a
paper published at Hoechst,
near Weisbaden. Germany:
Can anyone favor me with, the
names of the balloonists, who.
when passing oyer the village
of Reid last Thursday evening.
dropped a bag of ballast down
my chimney aid corpletely
ruined a fruit tart. w hich I was
cooking?-Julia Schmidt, 14,
Mr. Boggs in Georgia
Dear Sentinel: You wo .d
think better of yourself, vou
knew how much y are ~ap
preciated away f m home.
A citizen ha ided me a copy
last Satur . I liked to have
forgot my dinner, to read
not -ily the editorials, locals
correspondence, but also
e advertisements of every
thing except the medicines.
LeeRoper handed me the pa
per. He has elegant offices in
one of the best office buildings
here. I don't know how many
t pretty stenographers and type
a writers he has in the office.
He is superintendent of Brad
f street's agency. He goes up to
D his office in an elevator run by
e electric power made by the
I strong pull' the ocean has on
t Flint River. This is pretty
good for a boy who made his
muscles strong by chasing Pick
ens county rabbits.
I stepped on the street car to
view the town and as I handed
S up the price Louis D. Acker of
f Williamston said, "Mr. Boggs,
what are you doing here? I
told him if he did not believe
his eyes, there was no use to
t put it in his ears. He is doing
n well but wants to do better- by
a getting on the electric line ,that
runs to "Anderson is my town."
I was charmed. to meet Mrs.
- Will A. Bruce, nee Miss Hattie
Griffin -and her two beautiful
children. She is looking fine
and seemed glad to see me.
LWill is in fine spirits and is
'certainly prospering. He had
tjust come-. from New Orleans
~where he had been in the initer
best of his plant business, of
dwhich h3 is superintendent.
-His postage is often $100 a day.
iHe is a hustler.
sThere are many Carolinians
~jhere, and they are as cordial as
kin folks.. I have been attend
-ing the spring term -of the Su
yperior Court to assist in the
prosecution of one Earle De
lLoach for killing one A. D. Roll
dins, the son of Adam L. Rollins,
gwho has many friends in Pick
cens county. He was conyicted
-of murder with a. recommenda
tlion to mercy.
eThe peach orchards look like
simmense flower gardens. The
Sapple blossomsfall softly round
smost everybody. Albany is at
tthe head of navigation on Flint
JuLILs E. BOGGs.
Albany, Ga., March 30, 1914.
.1 Look to Your Plumbing
You know what happens in
8a house in which the plumbing
is in poor condition-everybody
in the house is liable to contract
typhoid or some other fever.
The digestive organs perform
the same functions in the hu
man body as the plumbing does
for the house, and they should
be kept in first class condition
all the time. If you have any
trouble with your digestion take
Chamberlain's Tablets and you
are certain to get quick relief.
For sale by all dealers.-Adv.
-Mr. Levi Geer Injured.
Mr. ~' C *eer, president of
the Peo~ i and Fertilizer
compar ved painful in.
jiir.hi shoulder Mon
~av:f .~nj! he attempt
Group of Pari
".'M areful carelessness" which is
Y the dominant note in French
stes for this coming spring seems
nt to hold good in the matter of coif
tures. Here is a group of recenty
photographed styles which show the
hair waved beftre it is dessed, and
carefuly arranged in each case more
or less high on the head.
Two novel headdresses are also
shown. the first one quite unknown
and newly introduced to America. It
is a pbdting of maline supported by
inisible' wires. In the; picture It is
'hown undecorated, but has been de
veloped with a row of tiny beads or
jewels outlining it. It is one of the
most effective and beautiful embellah
ments that have appeared in a long
Short curls and light fringes of hair
about the face are noticeable in these
styles. These and the short, soft neck
curls seem to be demanded by the
new styles in dresses.
In all the new coiffures the arrange
ment of the hair is rather simple, but
in all of them the hair is waved and
there is much attention to Its finish
about the face No stray ends are
It is about tin
gentlemen who <
+ fall to top dres
$will pay handson
you will put it oi
+ 8-4-4 isl as cheap
~ing as you can pi
+and our 10-4-4 a
+ to fertilize your]1
It will also make
+than it would oti
+ You stand no che
+getting a prize un
ing of is penkdcong hs big stopl
F bI\ Inqui
... ... ..
left uncurled. Across the forehead the
little hair that shows is trimmed neat
ly or curled. The ears are covered.
Few coils or braids are' in evidence
and the hair is apparently - loose.
spread over the crown or on top of the
head, with ends turned under and
pinned down. Inconspicuous shell
pins are liked..
A splendid headdress shows an em
broidered net with beads and silk used
in working up the design. - It is an
oriental inspiration. There is a smart
standing decoration at the front, a
double fan of line plumage. Such a
garniture is, of course, intended for
the very dressiest of occasions
The tendency is distinctly toward
high styles and elaboration in coif
fures. As the season grows older cer
tain styles will assert their suprem
acy. but no one of the new designs
has established itself as the favorite
The newest thing in the table dao
mask is the severely plain cloth with a
broad band woven about the edge. The
favorite marking is a seal monogram
1e for you young m
mntered into Mr.
grain contest last +
3 your oats. It i
ely to do it. If +
1 right away our
good. top driess- 1
it on. Our 10-3-3 !
re capital goods +
ate cotton with.~ 4
it open earlier !4
~hate & Oil Co.
, S. C, +
nce whatever of
less you top dress.
T IET' YOUR
is burning the candle at both ends
y as fast as he makes it the VALUE
;him on the RIGHT ROAD today.
ee the error of his ways. The open
to many a youth's wild desire to be
,Pickens, S. C.
The uon of the Twelve Mile
Riveds~sociation met with An
tio Baptist church March- 28
Devotional services were con
ducted by B. C. Atkinson.
The introductory sermon was
preached at 11 o'clock by Rev.
H. A. O'Kelly.
Reorganized by electing Rev.
C. R. Abercrombie as moderator
and D. E. Garrett clerk.
Recess for dinner.
Reassembled by singing, and
prayer by Rev. W. M. Walker,
after which the business of the
union was taken up.
First Query -"What should
be the attitnde of the church to
ward its members who dance.
drink and otherwise break the
church covenant?" Opened by
Rev. E. M. Bolding and discuss
ed by Rev. W. I. Walker, J M.
Winchester and J. R. Meece.
Answer: "Assume the spirit of
the Master must be the attitude
of the church, fulfill his com
Second Query -- "Who was
Diotraphes, mentioned in III
John, 9-11, and have we such in
the church today?" Opened by
Rev. B. F. Murphree and dis
cussed by D. E. Garrett. J. R.
Meece. Rev. W. M. Walker and
Rev. E. M. Bolding. Answer:
"Diotraphes was a'bad preacher.
and cohsidering our churches, it
seems that we may have such in
our churches today."
ThirdQuery-"Can the church
es in our association co-operate
in forming fields and settling
pastors?' Opened by Rev. R.A.
Hudson and discussed by Rev.
'B. F. Murphree, Rev. D.Ramey.
Rev. H. A. O'Kelley, Rev. W.
M. Walker. J. D. Vickerv, Rev.
C. R. Abercrombie and Prof S.
E. Garner. On motion, the
quern was referred to the minis
ters' conference for further dis
cussion, which organized imme
diately after dismission.
Song, That Wonderful Day."
Adjourned till 7.30 p. -m.
Preaching at night by Rev. C.
R. Abercrom bie from- I Rbmans,
Devotional serve-A Sdnday
morning, conduct James
Sunday school m s meeting.
Addresses by D. E. Garrett,Rev.
W. M. Walker, G. C. Bolding
and C. R. Abercrombie.
Address on Six Mile Baptist
Academy by Prof. S. E.Garner.
Preaching by Rev. W. M.
W~alker from I Cor. 1st chapter,
Committee on arrangements
was appointed, as follows: Prof.
S. E. Garner, D. E. Garrett and
R. P. Prince.
Recess for dinner, and after
reassembling some good music
was given by Prof. H. M. Bold
ing and others.
Thus ended one of the best
unions we have had for a time.
It was a spiritual feast from be
-ginning to end, both at church
and in the homes of the people.
The good people of Antioch have
the best wishes of the union.
May the blessings of the Lord
ever rest with them.*
REV. c. R. ABERCROMBIE,
D. E. GARRE'TT, Clerk.
Straight at It
There is no use of our "beat
ing argund the bush .'' We
might as well out with it first
as last. We want you to try
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
the next time you have a cough
or cold. There is no reason 'so
far as we can see why you
should not do so. This prepara
tion by its remarkable cures has
gained a world wide reputation,
and people everywhere speak of
it in the highest terms of praise.
It is for sale by all dealers.
Farrs Bridge News
Miss May McNab has gone to
Vireinia. Hope she will have a
Misses Margie Ferguson and
Blandenia Arledge left Friday
last to visit friends andi relatives
in Easley and Pickens.
Messrs. Alonzo Jones. Ruprert
Farr and E. T. Holcomb anf(fd
ed union meeting at Enon last
Prof. Frank Fleming and wife
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Carn Holcomb Saturday night
last. They also visited Mr. Mark
Williams and family Sunday.
Mr. John Carter of Greenville
was up this way Sunday after
Mr. B. F. Williams was in
this section Sunday afternoon.
Rir VAN WINKLE.x
Wanted-Cattle and Colts.
I want to buy two or three dozen cat
tle between the ages of one and three
years, and a few mule colts. -R. A.
Hester, Liberty, S. C., R. 3. 48tf
The Southern Railway
Premier Carrier of the South.
N. B. The following schedule figures
are published as information ard are
No. Leaving Easley -Time
42! Fra" Rineca to Charlotte 8.8 a m
The vagation boy i
old thing will do, for he
have got boys' clothes f
We outfit boys from 4 3
best at the price, whatE
A good many men
can accomodate them.
PRICE that counts.
Mr. Sam L. Robinson of Da
c.uville has purchased a beapti
ful lot on Main street from Mr.
A. G. King, and will build and
move to Easley some time during
Mr. W. N.Joies of Dacusville
has sold out his mercanti'e in
terest there and will move to
Easley in a few days. Mr.Jones
will push the sale of the Ford
The large house of Mrs. R. E.
Lathem on Hudson street is be
ing painted a straw colorwhich
gives it a good appearance.
Mr. J. Walter Couch is hav
ing his residence on Main street
made beautiful and white. Walt
don't mnind spending money to
make his property look well.
Honor Roll Montvale School.
Fourth Grade-Davie Reeves,
Lena Gilstrap, Ina CannonVel
ma Graveley, Bessie Porter, Ni
na Porter, Pauline Johnson,
Dewey Winchester,Walter Can
trell, Flora Cannon, Sylvester
Seventh Grade-Tnez Gilles
pie, Katie Gillespie, May Gilles
pie, Van Chappell, Nora Chap
pell, Cephas Cantrell, Rule Can
non, Tulla Porter..Ida Cannon.
Eighth Gr ade-Essie Porter.
admitted to be 1
This is not a theory
.The popylarity of I
fertilizer has cause<
name: j yougwant t
be sur to byv the
If you re nlO rea<
ROYS ER'S ~-s<
alongsi e anY ~er
e now have our stock of Spring Clo
g for men and boys complete and can
ou up. We have a more complete
of Strause & Bros. Clothing than ever
re handled. Simply "ready-to-wear"'
ame only, but possessing degrees of
ring excellence that only the most
ed tailor could detect. That tells the
v of these two models that you see
ured above. Strause & Bros, garments
built by hand and the tailoring is the
thnat can be put into a garment. for
thing near the price.
rices from $15.00 to $22.50.
ifor-nmade Clothing at Ready
hen we have the cheaper lines from
0 up. We have an exceptionally
ng line of Blue Serges. Our reputation
carrying the best in these suits is
blished. Prices from $10.00 up. .w~A
i's and young men's
Suits to please the boy
NG prices to please the parents
the treeclimber. If he can't find trees or .fences .then any
must climb. Hard on his clothes but good for the boy. We
or the roustabout service of surfxner vacation or Sunday wear.
,ears of age up. Prices $2.00 to.$6.00. Quality always the
ver your age or price, within reason.
buy black or blue coats to wear with lighter .trousers. - 3
Odd trousers from $1.50 up to $6.00.
n't I he PRICE of our Clothing. It is what you get for 'the
PIC K E N S BA N
PncKMS, S. C.
Capital & Surplus $60O(A
Interest Paid on Deposis
J. MeD. BRUCE, FRANK McFALL
Hurried and careless habits of eat
ing, irregular meals and foods that
do s not harmoni.-e, tend to wreaken___
the digestive organs and result in
different forms of stomach trouble.
If yon are one of the unfortunates ' During the month ofAp
twho have drifted Into this condition, will offer The Pickens S
eat simple foods only, slowly, regu- and The 'Piedmont agze,
larly and take Vinol, our delicious -onfroeyer o 2
cod liver and iron tonic. bt o n.er o 2
Mrs. H. J. SmIth, Thomasymle, Ga' To old subshibers whoesb
says. "I suffered fron, a stm cr tosae~d~~sb
trouble, was tired, worn out and ner scitosafpi mch ais
vous. A friend advised me .to take nine months in advance we will
Vino1. My stomach trouble soo di give the magazine one 'year for
appeared and now I eat heartily and
have a. perfect digestion and I wish $1. The regular prite of the
every tired, weak woman could have magazine is $1.50 a year.
Vinol, for I never spent any money
in my life that did me so much good." You need your' county paper
The recovery of Mrs. Smith wMandaso aaz nyu
'due to the combined action of the anthsi
medicinal elements of the cos omeragoscac
-aided by the blood making and t e hmcep
Strength creating properties of tonic
Iron, which are contained in Vinol. Ltu edi ornm o
We will return the purchase money dys
every time Vinol fais to beneft. yowilet1hApl
Pickens Drug Co. Pickens S.C number of tlye magazine.
original fish ferdilzers
>niated with Fish-Scrap is universally
the plant food best suited to the cot
but a fact proven by the experience of many.
t.oyster's, the original and genuin'e fish-scrap
I a host of brands. to appear with fish in the
o be sure of getting fish in the goods as well,
brand that made fish-scrap famous; F. S. R.
ly acquainted with th'e splendid results from
:rap fertilizer, we simply ask that you test it
brand and abide by the proven results.
STER GUANO AO.(
re, M#i. Charlotte. N. C.s Tarboro, N[C.