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fa r $1.50
Ssesponsible for the
0 to sind trioutes of respect of
a words will be printed free
OY4 that number must be paid
ate Of one cent a word. CasI to
13 tRuse11ript. Cards. of thak ll b
ne-balt cent a worti.
m9 must be getting lop
,! sidet intose iron crosses.
"I lo United States, but oh,
You subma t""-Der Kaiser.
G914'4 k five cent." Italy got
the jit AUWent against the under clog.
' dr" Cottson Weather"- headline.
9,aning, Of course, good weather for
About all' there is in the magazines
thPe days is alleged war news and au
Have you a little Ford in your home?
-Hartwell (Ga.) Sun. No; ean't af
oqrd one yet.
"eturn of- Prosperity"- headline.
Seems like We've read that heading
That sture.must have been an awful
battle. at'. Szszepanowice, if the name
had anything to do with it.
"Shall we learn Russian?" asks an
ekchange. Not so you can notice it.
We might try, but learn it--neverl
When those Mexicans get together,
as President Wilson wants them to,
there will be a general hanging bee.
Why the South Carolina editors want
to go to No'th Caliny is a mystery.
They only have a quart every two weeks
"Now, what it.a woman?" asks the
Charlotte Observe.. That's what we've
been trying to fin out lo these many
Missionaries athen lands should
be tronsferre e gf , he .
ened (?) nations, where they,'might do
It is said there are abo t 5,000 words
in the English langua that have no
rhyme to them. For vhich we should
be 'truly thankful.
, The Allies are atting Italy on the
"12 now. B' we suspect that as soon
as ol6idi H idenburg gets woundl up
he will als" o some patting.
It's been a long time since we've seen
Hon. Joe:Brown's name in the papers.
Where is he'?-Hartwell Sun. if it's
"Little Joe" you ask about, here's hop
ing he's interned for keeps.
According to the Record, it' Germany
should invade South Carolina (lolumnbia
would have her trenches r'eady-made in
the red ditches in her residential section.
Ever try the split-log dr'ag?
Having issued white books, blue
* books and green books, it is now up to
some one of the European nations to is
sue a red book. That color would match
the business they are engaged in,
>Bachelors were taxed in Englandl in
seventeenth century. And nearly
very state in this union has a legisla
' tor to bob up at eyeryl session with this
.same seventeenty cergtury antiquity.
This world would lie a happier place if
some people were like opportunity, andl
didn't knock but once-Greenville News.
* Yes, but opportunity is knocking all
the time,. just as there is some one
knocking all the time.
Having secured "them pants," The
Sentinel "boss man" will welcome the
* necessary wherewithal to enabie him to
attend that blowout at Chick Springs
the editorial association has arranged,
which begins June 28 and lasts three
days. And remember the time is grow
ing shorter all the time.
Tugaloo Tribune don't like the way
The Sentinel spells some of its words
tho (though), thru (through), etc. Bro.
Gossett should read his Literary Digest;
then he would think The Sentinel was
tame on the phonetic way of spelling.
For Instance, the Digest spells it "din
cust" for discussed andi "crusht" for
Wayne Mauldin, the magnanimous
mianager of the Pickens Oil Mill, says he
recently overheard a conversation be
- tween two colored employes of the oil
rnill. The conversatibn was regarding
the big guns being use'd in the European
e.*~ r,.and.,one negro said to the other:
"Dem English has got guns what will
shoot clean ercross de ocean." "Sha,
nigger, dat ain't nuffin', " said the other;
* ~ 'afl dem Gerinan guns wants to know
as your add-d::essl"
Do not forget
All Pickens people
Love ou y~~r
Ou W sagv R' Wodoes a
'y ~ ~ a I
Of course you know
our dear old friend, the
ichthyosaurus, is as dead
as a doornail.
He's about as out of
date as the idea that
n ewspa per advertising
- Newspaper advertis
ing absolutely pays under
two conditions: When
the newspaper is a good
medium and when the
advertising is properly
displayed and truthful.
It pays the merchant
and it pays the buyer.
Experience has proved
this a million times.
This paper is a good
Old Soldiers' Reunion 1
The fourteenth annual reunioni
of the Confederate veterans of<
Pickens county was held at
Pickens Thursdayr, June 3, that]
(lay also being the 108th anni
versary of the birth of Jefferson<
Davis, first and only president
of' the Confederate States of
A merica. 1The reunion was madle<
possible by and held under the t
auspices of the Pickens Chlapter,
IUnited Daughters of the Con
federacy. Eighity-three of the
hoary-hair'ed heroes and~ a large
crIowdl Of of her citizens of the
(o 0 n ut v w ero present. The
clouds of the early morning
kept many from attending, but
later the day was turnled into a
rarue one, even for June.
' At ten-thirty o'clock t h e
D aughters of the Confederacy,
f ollowedl by the 01(1 soldiers and
preceded by the Easley Mill Band
playing a p)opular air, marched
up Main street and into the court
house, w here seats were reservedl
for the veteransx, dJaughters andl~
band. The court house was
c'rowdled with People who would
do honor to the memory of the
departed chieftain and the guests
of the (lay.
Judge T. J. Mauldin, son of a
Confederate soldier, presided
over the exercises held in the
court house. Rev. 1). WV. Hiott
openedC( the exercises with prayer'.
Mr. MaulIdi n then introduced
H-on. J. J. McSwain, of Green
ville, who (delivered the annual
addlress. Trho Mr. McSwain's
throat gave him some trouble
his address was excellent and
eloquent ;mnd pleased his hearers
greatly. He gaye proof that
undler the constitution' of the
United States the Confederates
were right in their views and1 in
their actions. T1he most eminent
historians and authorities of this
(lay acknowledge this. He paid
a beautiful tribute to the men
who wore the gray and was ap
plauded for his most appropriate
After this add(ress the band
played and several of the veter'
ans made short talks.
Among those who made talks
wvas Rev. B. Holder, who is 92
years old and wvas the oldest
man present. He saidl there
were two things of which he was
glad, one was that he didn't kill
any Yankees and the other was
that they didn't kill him.
Capt. Wmn. B. Allgood was
the next oldest person present,
he beina 78 years old. He was
in command of the veterans on
WV. Nelson Bolding, who was
Points of th4
The General Manager of one<
United States, writing from Ni
"As we aiwwlys enjoyed your coffee w<
Lou Is. I would like to have you ship
want the 'fU'/IANA' (in that the way
.chicory in It. Send same on one of I
*other boat line sailing'th New York."
If you are not drinking LUZIAI
and you will be a convert, just I
THE (QUALITY I
*&-Save LUZIANNE COUPONS a
articles for your home with th
PI CKE N
Capital & Sur~
Lee, made a o
Pointintow a prge.
e1trof r ,neral Lee, w
uIq on,t e wall, theolde
an a1t'yearhe hoped he could
see a large picture of the eun.
eral" mounted on:his grey horabI
it would look so-natural.
B. J. Johnston made a .nice'
talk and reminded his comrades
that they should get ready for
the meetioig with Lee and Jack.
son and others who had crossed
the river. He said the greatest
strength of-this country was not
in its big guns and fortifications,
but in its splendid citizenship.
J. M. King, who entered the
war when he was sixteen years
rAd, said his mother's prayers
were answered and God allowed
him to return safely home.
B. C. Johnson wanted pen
;ions for all Confederate soldiers.
Dinner, prepared and served
)y the patriotic ladies, was one
)f the main features of the day.
[t was spread under the shade
:rees of the court house yard,
ind was the: result of much but
oving labor of the ladies. There
was plenty and it was good.
The Easley Mill Band came
ip on the first train Thursday
ind furnished excellent music
;hruout the day, much to the
lelight of the large crowd. This
.s a splendid band composed of
3ighteen gentlemen, and their
music was the cause of much
favorable comment. The man
igement of the Pickens railroad
lurnished free transportation
or members of the band from
Kasley to Pickens and return.
1his act of courtesy of the rail
oad company is greatly appre
No applications for Crosses of
[Ionor were made in time for
;heni to be presented on this
All in all it was a great day
,or the old soldiers and Pickens
-ounty. Occasions like this tend
o make a better and more patri
(Too late for last week.)
General Green has almost ta
:en possession of this country
since the recent rains.
The grain drop in this section
is going to be light on account
of the long drouth.
Mr. S. F. Robinson is no better
at this writing and is not expect
ed to recover.
Last Monday morning, May
2,, the (eath angel visited the
home of WV. E. Hunt and claim
3d for its victim Mr. John H.
H-unt, aged1 81 years. Mr. Hunt
was a member and deacon of the
N ine Forks'Baptist church. The
funeral services were conducted
by his pastor, Rev.Mr. Welcher,
issistedl by 1Rev. J. E. Foster and
3. M. Looper, the day following
[is dleath and the interment took
place in tihe Nine Forks ceme
~ery. lie leaves a host of rel
itives and friends to mnorn his
Thie union meeting and sing
ing at Peters Oo'ek wvas well at
tended. Sonme good talks were
made b~y 0. E. Robinson and J.
T. Tiaylor. of Pickens. The sing
ing was also fine. Among the
leaders were Professors Burns,
Lee and Cassell of Cedar Moun
tain, N. C., Sissons, Miody, An
dlers and Hendricks of the Pleas
ant Grove sectionl, Baker of
raveler's' Rest, Robinson of this
section, .Lesley and Tompkins of
Easley, and Sissons and Chap
man of the Cross Roads section.
We hope to have another such
(lay in the near future.
Dr. Lyman Abbott, the anti
suffragist, said at an anti-suf
f rage tea in New York:
"They call women the weaker
sex. YetI have known more
than one woman to bend a
a man's will during his life anid
break it after his (death."
if the biggest concerns in the :
aw York, says:
much while we ker t house in St. .
no some here. SENID A UASE I *
you spell lt't ground with a little
ho Southern Pacific boats, or aniy
(NE COFFEE, brother, try It out,
ike this busy New York man. -
S IN LUZIANNE
nd get beautiful and useful j
s B ANK
3. S. C.
FR ANK MnF ALL
p "le of- Al\ls
t w. . aU a
06leit Pit', I:o Wosf
,ear. Aiong those promin
ly.mentioned are present
ressman -Wyatt' Aiken, of'
vUle; M. L. Bonham, Lee .
'lian, John A. Horton, A.
H. Dgnall,. J. Mack King and
John.V, Stribling, of Anderson
county; Henry 0. Tillman and
0. 0. Featherstone, of Green
wood; Fred H. Dominick, of
Newberry; E. 0. Doyle and C.
R. D. Burns, of Oconee. Every
county in the Third district is
represented in - this list except
Pickens, but it is more than a
year until election time.
ResolUtions of Respect
The members of the young
men's prayer meeting of Moun
tain View Baptist church passed
the following resolutions:
Whereas, God in his all-wise
providence has removed from our
midst Bro.Leland Bolding, whose,
life and influence was bright for
the future. In his death we
deeply feel a personal loss in the
young men's prayer meeting
services, of which he was a mem
ber. As a young man his life
Resolved. That we bow to the
will of Him who doeth all things
Resolve(That our sympathies
are with the bereaved family for
the loss (if their only son.
The Oath of Allegiance
Following is the oath of alle
giance of foreign-born subjects
who become citizens of the Unit
I hereby declare, on oath, that
I absolutely and entirely re
nounce and adjure all allegiance
and fidelity to any foreign prince,
potentate, state or sovereignty,
and particulariy to
(Blank space for name of ruler
or nation of signatory).
of whom I have heretofore been
a subject; that I will support
and defend the constitution and
laws of the United States of
America against all enemies,
foreign and domestic; and that
I will bear true faith and alle
giance to the same.
Liberty U. D. C. Elect Ofticers
Last Friday afternoon Mrs. J.
C. Hunter wvas the charming
hostess to the Keowee Chapter,
U. D. C. This being the time
for the election of officers the
following were elected: Mrs. A.
L. Johnson,- president, Mrs. H.
G. Smith, vice president, Mrs. J.
F. Banister, recording secretary;
Mrs. J. N. Blum, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. B. G. Smith,
historian; Mrs. L. A. Boggs, reg
istrar. An interesting program
was carriedl out after which the
hostess servedi a tempting salad
course. The next meeting will
be held with Mrs. L. A. Boggs.
Mountain View Dots
(Too late for last week.)
J. M. Cater lost a fine mule
last Wednesday morning.
We have had plenty of rain
the past few days and thinning
cotton is the order of the (lay.
The storli visited Mr. and Mrs.
Julius M. Cater May 25, and
left themi a fine boy, which wvill
be called Julius Randolph Cater.
MissFannieHudson and broth
or, Laban, visited their cousins,
Ben and Ola Hudson, Saturday
and Sunday andI also attended1
the singing at Tabor Sunday.
PEA RIDGE GRL.
Will Run "Tigers" Out of Liberty
Trher'e has been eleven negroes
arrested for selling andi trans
porting whiskey in the past few
days, five for selling and six for
transporting. Two of the five
for selling forfeited their bonds
of $25.00 and two were tried and
found guilty and were given
$50 or 30 days. Two of the six
for transporting compromised
and were given $15.00.
Chief Black says "that lie Is
going to put a stop to whiskey
traffic if it takes another bunch
of black and wvhite ones."--Lib
Please state in your paper that
King's Grove church will have
a children's day celebration on
the 2nd Sunday in June. Prof.
R. M. Bolding has promised to
be with us and the afternoon
will be devoted to song service.
The public in general and all
good singers in particu lar' are
cordially invited to be present.
Thos. S. Ramsay,
No Reply at That
About the best tribute to 4the
is that it too~k tw o---a~~
experts two weeks - See 'l
Did You Hear SoMr
It is seldom that we adv
There is never a time you
time we call your attentior
especial -note of the followi
at Bargain Prices:
One lot Dry Goods, consii
goods, colored lawns, etc., I
closo at 6c yard.
One lot Dry Goods, consle
goods, flaxons, wash silks
ginghams, worth 25c to 35c
at 15c yard.
We don't believe in caj
why we are selling at redu
you see the goods themsel
REMEMBER:-This is v
Quality is never sacrificed
Come in where you can
ate our values.
Sole Agents for Walk-Ove
Machines, Iron King Stoves
Only two newspapers in the United
States, printed in English, which de
fend the sinking of the Lusitania by the
Germans is the Milwaukee 1'ree Press
and the St. Louis Times. The former
paper is owned and edited by Germans
and all its support comes from that
source; while the Times is evidently
edited by a pervert.
Let's not fight, but feed, the Mexi
cans-Greenville Piedmont. Let's don't.
Let's quit feeding not only Mexicans,
but stop feeding all other nations which
are at war. Let Uncle Sam forbid the
shipment not only of war munitions, but
stop all shipments of food, or anything
else. Then the war in Mexico and the
war in Europe will end, and quickly.
Wears a Belt Now
Also, what has become of the
old-time man wvho used to weer1
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, a petition from the free
holders 'and electors of Six Mile School
District No. 27 has been filed with the
County Board of Education asking that
an election be held to determine whether
or not an additional special levy of two
mills shall be levied on said district for
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
tees of the above-named district do hold
and election in said district on the 19th
day of June, 1916, at the school house.
The trustees are hereby appointed man
agers, the election to be conducted in
accordance with section 1742 of the gen
By order of the County Board of Ed
ucation- R. T. HALLUM,
Secy. and Chairman.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, Mrs. Kate Kirkindoll made
suit to me to grant her letters of adminis
tration of the estate and effects of Al
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Alphred Kirk
indoll, deceased, that they be and
appear before me, in the Court of Pro
bate, to be held at Pickens, 5, C., on
the 10th day of June, 1916, next after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show causme, if any they
have, why said administration should
not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal this the
26th day of May, Anno Dominl, 1916.
J. B. NEWBIERY, (Seal)
Dr. W. E. Scott
Phones '4 ll~ieute~ f4 Ureenvinle, s. C.
All divqases treated without
dIiu ors kilfe. On application
will mail literature to those who
would Iilge to read up on Osteo
pathy, Any Disease.5
J. .1. McSWAIN SAM 11. CRAI0
Groenvilie, S. C. Pickens, 8. C.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210
Picken, ~ce Phone 39
Sob d'tII iccok in le
on hunP'11 Y
thing Drop? We d, ffi(t Ita% Oily
ks On Our Bar 0 ngioubter
ertise bargains. Nevertheloss, w'e hay them all the time,
come to our store that you cannot fipd a bargain, but this
to our BARGAIN COUNTER,- and we want you to take
ng, a rare and captivating collection-of splendid qualities
iting of white One lot Silks, worth, from 50
Oc and 15c, to yard, to close at 25c yard.
One lot Children's 81piorsi
5s, oSs to 8s, 8Js to 11e, 11s to
hting off rom 75c to $1.50 a pair, to ci
and 'French p~ir.
yard, to close One lot Boyden's Oxfords far 1V
$6.00 a pair, to close at14.00.
-rying goods over from one season to another. That is
ced prices. Don't judge the goods by the prices until
safe store first and a money-saving 'store afterwards.
here for the sake of making little prices.
stand face-to-face with our qualitiesland you can appreci
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One of Our Latest
This original new
pump has graceful
lines and a swing of
approved style that
lend themselves beautifully to the
later modes of dress.
Being one of our New Style
SShoes of Quality, it carries a look
of distinction that is pleasing to
women who desire individuality in
their appearance. Will not bulge
at the sides or slip
at the heel-is corn
fortable and will
wear well, as do all
PRIDE, PATTON & TILMAN
Greenville, S. C.'
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Saf Sound an~d Pegresive
We solicit your banking business and will show you every
courtesy and convceience consistent with sound bankiug prin
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J. P. CAlmY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.*
A FLLt IgNE OF
Dr Goods to Go S~hT Price
A few I icost.1Men's Hats of all
- aif gross of 10-quart Milk
s 75c Pocket Knives to go at
at a bargain. A spec
fls, Fr'yers, etc.