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Next stop: Chick Springs, June 28
July 3. .
Why don't someone invent a subma
"There is nothing final between
frlends."-W. J. Bryan.
As we understand it, what Mexico
needs Is to be saved from herself.
To prevent being caught watching
the clock, some time-killers wear wrist
A Georgia man fell heir to $200,000.
No bones broken In the fall. Patient
doing as well as could be expected.
Greenville Piedmont suggests Editor
Hearon of the Spartanburg Herald for
congress. The district could do worse.
We are "from Missouri" when we
read some of our exchanges telling
about. a "flyless town." "There ain't
no sich animal."
The Gaffney Ledger wants to know
what York (S. 0.) wants with a board
of trade. Just about as nuah use as
she had for that "ville" which was.
'Tis said the sightless tigers in No'th
Caliny are growing blinder and blinder
all the time on account of the strict
enforcement there of the liquor law.
Salvation is free, but the converted
sinners of Paterson, N. J., made up a
purse of $25,000 for Billy Sunday. An
derson Mail. Of co ree it's free, but
some one must pay t e freight.
Can anyone tell s hy it is that au
tomobiles and ot vehicles always
stop right on th -.aeet crossings it
Pickens, espec I ly when it is muddv'
This is not a riddle, but we would jus
like to know.
William Sulzer, "the same old Hill,'
dehorned governor of New York, say
Colonel Roosevelt "knows as muel
about international polities as achickel
dloest about the stellaruniv'erse." WVhy
n #4glerthe poor hen?
While th 9.Till i'.o "swat t he fly'
is most commendable, we see no reasoi
why there should be any abatement il
swatting the lie. -- Gaffney Ledger
Right you are, Bro. Detamp. But wha
are you going to do when the liars ar<
so-called higher ups?
A Rome (Ga.) woman, whose husbam
left her forty years ago, is now suing
for dlivorce on the ground of desertion,
It seems to us she is entitledl to it. -
Spartanburg Journal. She sure is en
titled to it, but we fail to see why sh<
should be In such an all-fired hurr3
Should the United States be so unfor
-tunate as to get Into wvar with any for
e ign nation, and a call was made fos
-'olunteers, what an army of cripples
4ould bob up with all sorts of ailments,
and they would be backed up with i
doctor's certificate, too! (
A wise minister would'rather preserve
peace than gain a vicgry, because hI
knows .that even the most successfu
war leaves nations generally more poor
always more profligate, than it founm
them. There are real evils that cannoi
be brought Into a list of indlemnities
and the, demoralizing influence of war is
not amongst the least of thtenm.-Colton,
Passports of two Amercan citizens,
naturalized Germans, have been revoke(
o1. instructions from the state depart
ment at Washington because they ad
versely criticized the war policy of thi
American government, writing to a Ger.
man newspaper, that they wvere ashame<
of their citizenship. Their natuaraliza.
tion papers should be revoked also, ii
such a thing-were.possible, and refuse<
admittance ,again to "The land of the
free and the home of the brave."
A Georgia exchange says that Jin
Williams'says this is the time when th(
sintner girl gets tanned on her vacation,
and 'some boob adds that they some
times get tanned on their faces, too,
That's nothing, though. We saw a boy
in Pickens get tanned in the back yar<
'tother evening. This same paper goes
on tio say:. "We once knew a lobster t<
kiss a girl on her front porch and she
hit him in the swing andi he fell an<
hurt himself on the doorstep. You see,
- you can't never tell; a girl kicked a
fellow in the sitting room one day.".
A man who attends to his own affairs
ndties to run his own business well
~ '~*A~~t4Ie Imiosed upon
~,~~t*~a catches H
ova .WuR~v IIDDL. - hy is the
** 1 ' l~~w fia~a edo id a high
a.~ 1dle 1or Next Week. -Wh d
te tta ~subscrIber gay when the e
9 44b~ ht he (the ditor) had cul
oouse lijf bushes that
By MOSS. -
Up to date business
men thoroughly under
stand modem advertising
as a business.proposition.
They fullyerealize that
they buy adventising serv- I
ice as a wholesale selling
agent, just as i they em
They keep their names
and goods before therpub
lic to make sales or cre
ate a demand. They do
this honestly ort elsesthey
Our local (merchants
are doing this, truthfully
and in a businesslike
manner. Consider. their
ads. carefully and' take
advantage of inducements
they offer you.
Pickens School' End& Session
The Pickens High school elosed
a very successful session last,
Wednesday evening with appro
priate exercises in the school
aulitorium. Seven young ladies
an(d five young men rec.eived
diplomas. The large auditorium
was crowded and many were
unable to get in. The exercises
were opened with prayer by Rev.
). W. Iliott. The duets, sung
by Miss Booker and Mrs.Melton,
were greatly enjoyed by all. The
girls and )oys who took part in
the exercises deserye heartiest
congratulations. A hadsomely
bound volume of Henry Tin
rod's poems, given by the U. D.
C., was awarded to Harry Rob
inson. Mr. A. P. DuBcse pre
sented this prize inl qnite a pleas
All the people of Pickens coun
ty ought to have heard John C.
Calhoun, the second, who is
known here as Coliv Seaborii,
but who will some (lay )e known
in Washington, D.C., s anothei
John C. Onlhoun. lie dleliyered1
an original speech on the seces
sion ordlinance, which would
have (done credlit. to a Un iteji
ai;" 5ongressal'or sie~imto'.
The fact is. many of them could
not touch Seahborn in either man
ner or matter. Some one said
that if he did not take the big
head he would make his mark,
My reply was: "'No danger oi
that -he has too much sense.'
No really sensible pei'son wvil
take the bigl head-that b~elong
to the soft kind.
'Prof. Melton and his assistant
have (lone wvell. Our schooi
and churches are our greates
assets, except our boys and girls
andl they would be worthles
without our schools am
Hard to Ride
"There is nothing so hard t<
ridec as a young broncho" sai<
the wvesterner. "Oh, I don'i
know," replied the man fron
back east. "Did you ever try
the water wagon?"
Wrll Johnson of Spartanbu rj
county was last week found no
guilty of murder. It will be r'e
mem bored that seyeral week
ago Johnson accidentally killed
his infant child, a whip wvItI
which he wvas whipping anothei
child slipping from his hand
and hitting the infant on th4
R: oints of ti
The General Manager of on
United States, writing from
S"A R WO always enjoyed you r cofte
Louis. I woukd like tobave you shi
want the 'LUz/AANA' (is that the iw
+chicory ini it. SBend samne on one C
other boat line Railing to New York
l f you are not drinking LUZl
and you will be a convert, .jus
*?irSaye LUZIANNE COUPONS
*articles for your home with I
Capital & 804
* Inuterest Paki
Of Interest to Our Farmers
We 'are jublishing below a
letter which we believe will-be of
great interetto the farmers of
Pickens county. . e more
than glad t6 Ive ;4*ce .to this
letter'because we be ieve it will
be of benefitto our readers, most
of whom are farmersA--the men
who feed the world. Clemson
college could be of more benefit
to the people if.-the people them
selves would obly take advantage
of the opportunities the college
offers. Every farmer who uses
fertilizer contributes to the main
tenance of Clemson college and
it Is up to our farmers to get
more benefit from this institu
tion. The faimers of Pickens,
Oconee and Anderson counties
have a better chance to benefit
from it than the people of any
other county, because the college
is located in these three counties
and therefore easy for our peo
pie to visit. The following letter
Editor Pickens Sentinel: We
believe that the location of Clem,
son college in the corner made
by the intersection of Anderson,
Oconee and Pickens counties
ought to make the college es
pecially valuable as a source of ]
help and information to the
farmers of these three counties.
Many of them, it is true, take
advantage of these opportunities
frequently, but the majority of
the farmers of Anderson, Oconee
and Pickens a r e practically
strangers at the agricultural
I can understand some of the
reasons for this. The farmers
know this is a big institution
and most of them would be un
certain as to where to go for
their help and information after I
they reached the college. More
over, they do not know a. great
many of the people here.
It is my opinion that the farm
ers of the three "home counties"
of Clemson College should make
proper use of the opportunities
lying at their doors and should
make it a point to use the re
sourses of this institution when
ever they need them.
Accordingly, I have advised
our farm demonstration agents
in Anderson, Oconee and Pick
ens counties to set aside one day
in each month, on which day
they are to come to Clemson
College and bring with them all
farmers who may desire to come.
These county agents, two of
whom are graduates of Clemson
and the other of whom is fa
miliar with conditions here, will
be able to conduct the farmers
about the college, pointing out
to them various experiments
andi taking them to the proper
pliaces to get the informatioil
they may dlesire. All farmers
who have problems they desire
solved1 for them should try to
come with their county agent on
these monthly visits to Clemson
College. D~r. Riggs will be very
glad1 to furnish dinner to the
farmers at the small cost of 25
I should be glad1 to have you
publish this letter in order that
those farmers who are readers of
your paper may be advised of
this plan. Respectfully,
W. W. LONG,
State Agent and Director of
Presentment of Grand Jury
To His Honor, George E. Prince, Pre
SWe, the Grand Jury, beg to
1make this our final presentment
for this term of court.
We have passed on all bills
handed to us by the court. We
have appointed committees to
visit the various schools in the
county and report at next ternm.
We b~eg to b~e excused from
further attendance at this term.
T.- L. BIvENs. Foreman.
A small ship containig several
thousands of dollars worth of
Iliquors was confiscated alodng
with the liquor by state con
stables in Charleston last week.
a From All.
e of the biggest concerns in the
New York, says:
4so muchi while we ker t house ms St.e
p me some here. SIENt) A CASEIC *
ay you spell It?) ground with a little .
f the Southern Pacifie boats, or any e*
ANNE COFFEE, brother, try it out,
1. like this busy New York man.
IS IN LUZIANNE
and get beautiful and useful
t.s, s. C.
E~ye examinations as made by
I us are along modern, soientifmb
lines. Every newoad neces
go"y intrument for making In
telligenl tests are provided in
will receive every attention
necessary I: bringing their de.
fects to our observation, anid
- after alscertinulig the trouble
you will be Tro ided with glass.
es that WIl I give Piermnanent
GER CIC lL LI, .5. (',
A. A. 0DO51, A. II. S iIA, DC,
Pres. Sec. and Treas.
DUNK BOTTS, Regular: Correspondent)
The artificial cherries on Miss
Plutie Belcher's hat have caused
muite a flutter among the jay
>irds of this section the past
Sidney Hocks became intoxi
ated Saturday evening and tried
o drive his yoke of steers into
he postoffice, but failed on ac
ount of the door being too nar
ow. There have been many
>ther complaints recently on ac
ount of the narrowness of the
loor at the postoffice.
Poke Eazley is making an
deal husband, contrary to the
>redictions made when he mar
led again last year. He has
leaned off a nice place on the
)anks of the creek for her to do
?amily washing, and in order to
)e ever near her he has picked
)ut a fishing place right across
Hezikiah Hightower says he
ias been reading the riddles in
rour paper and he has one to
isk Here it is: Why are most
policemen, Republican office
olders and Yankee soldiers
alike? Because they spend most
Af their time drawing pensions
and grafting. (Tell Hezikiah
the next time he comes to town
to get a glass of sody water at
one of the drug stores and have
It charged to us. Tell hin tc
get any flavo% he wants, too.
The summer term of court foi
Pickens county adjourned Wed.
nesday afternoon after being ir
session since Monday morning.
The case wvhich attracted most
attention wvas that of the state
vs. L. L. H-endricks, charged
with killing Henry Brock near
Liberty in April, 1914. After
being out about three hours the
jury returned a verdict of man
slaughter. W~ednesday Judge
Prince sentenced the defendant
to serve five years on the public
works of Pickens county or in
the state -penitentiary. The at
torneys for the defendant servec
notice of' an appeal and he is
now out on bond in the sum ol
State vs. Paul Kelley; murder
State ys. Osq. Young; contin
ued by state.
Stal e vs. Henry Thornton
aiding a fugitive from justice
State vs. WV. J. Mull; violatior
of dispensary law. Plead guilty
Sentenced to three months or
the-public works of county, bul
on payment of $25 sentence wa:
suspended during good behavior
State vs. Robert Sanders; vio
lation of dispensary law. Plea<
guilty; sentence same as W. J
Mull's,except six months instead
State vs. Richard Reeves anm
Thomas Powell; violation of dis
pensary law. Sentenced to onm
year on public works of Picken:
county or in state penitentiary
Upon payment of $25 sentenci
suspended during good behavior
State vs. Lee Simpson; viola
tion of dispensary law. Plea<
guilty. Sentenced to six months
Suspended during good beh avio
and payment of $25.
State vs. Alonizo Gallow ay; as
sault and battery. Case was ap
pealed from magistrate's cour
and was remanded tom magistrate
State vs. HI. E. Gillespie, aia:
H. E. Lee; disposing of propert'
under lien. Guilty, Sealed sen
State vs. S. BI. Sutherland
violation of dispensary law. No
Proceedings to test the consti
tutionality of the gallon-a-montl
liquor law of this state have be
gun in Columbia.
W. D. Metts of Greenville ha
withdrawui hIs $75,000 libel sui
against J.W. Norwood, a Green
vil le banker. Impaired healti
of Mr. Metts is given as the rea
son for the withdrawal. '-Th4
suit grew out of charges made
against- etts by Norwood w ori
the form -Aominia h
thepostni .. "'f qj)o Mc
Did You Hear Something brop? We Did, aut it Was Only
Prices On Our Bargain Counter.
It is seldom that we advertise bargains. Nevertheless, we have them all the time.
There is never a time you come to our store that you cannot find a bargain, but this *
time we call your attention to our BARGAIN COUNTER, and we want you to take
cspecial note of the following, a rare and captivating collection of splendid qualities
at Bargain Prices:
One lot Dry Goods, consisting of white One lot Silks, worth from 50c to $1.00 +
goods, colored lawns, etc., 10c and 15c, to yard, to close at 25c yard.
close at 6c yard. One lot Children's Slippers, sizes 3s to *
One lot Dry Goods, consisting-of white 5s, 51s to 8s, 8is to lis, 11is to 2s, worth
f rom 75c to $1.50 a pair, to close at - 5c
goods, flaxons, wash silks and French pair.
ginghams, worth 25c to 35c yard, to close One lot Boyden's Oxfords for Men, worth
at 15c yard. $6.00 a pair, to close at $4.00.
We don't believe in carrying goods over from. one season to another. That is
why we are selling at reduced prices. Don't judge the goods by the prices until 14
you see the goods themselves.
REMEMBER:-This is a safe store first and a money-saving store afterwards.
Quality is never sacrificed here for the sake of making little prices.
Come in where you can stand face-to-face with our qualities'and you can appreoi
ate our values. -
FOLGER, THORNLEY & 00.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Sole Agents for Walk-Over Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New iome Sewing
Machines, Iron King Stoves, Chase City and Babcock Buggies, Mitchell Wagons and
G. Lang Anderson Dead THE IKEOVEE BANK
G. Lang Anderson, an es
unexpectedly at an early hour
Thursday morning at his home
in that city. Mr. Anderson was u PEggvaesovw
55 years of age and is survived
bv his wife and five children: We solicit your bankinZ business and will show you eve
Mrs. Margaret Croswell, Miss es an i nsinen wi sow you ev
Lillian Anderson and Rudolph y d conventerce consistent with sound bankiug p
Anderson of Greenville; L. N. ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
Anderson of Liberty and G. H.
Anderson of Washington, D.C., J. P. CARE\, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
and three brothers, Dr. J.N. An
derson, John L. Andersoi of
Greenville and A. M. Anderson 4FL IEO
of Williamston.AF L NE F
Mr. Anderson was wvell known .
in Pickens county andath O 0 $ g
time of his death was pre ident
His body Mascr Muill at Liliams- A\ few L adies' Hats to go at cost. Men's Hats of all
toHis od wase burid after-as mds to go at right pi ce. Half gross of 10-quart Milk
.toon. His deathe Friay afterto Pails to go at 10c. One g-ross 75c Pocket Knives to go at
noon. Hroubeat wa1uet 0c e'ach. Worlds of other things at a bargain. A spec
hearttroule. ail y of Pi oduce, such as .itggs, H-ams, Fryers, etc. .
Saul, the Son of Kish
Three bright smart-Alecky oiifrtrd
young chaps wvere walkingiw E DCK
along the street one morning
when they met an aged, de- --
crepit minister with long hair
and be ard. Desiring to poke I W JM aj
fun at the old gentleman, the
first called out: "Hello,Father ~ T e C e i~ar
Abraham." The second one
said, "Hello, Father Isaac." ~PCES .C
The third said ''Hello, Father ~~RTO S UOOIERPI OKo
Jacob." The minister quietlyatknatraoalpics Weavonhd
replied: "I am neither Abra.. ~ t eas aeteol abnzt o nnn
ham, nor Isaac, nor Jacob, but ~clnesi ikn
Saul, the son of Kish, 'who ~ L O K G A A T E
went iorth to hunt his father's L
asses, and behold,I have found
them."-Exchange. -----__ -
The Liberty township sing
in ovention will hold its next
regular meeting with the AliceC
Mill church at Easley,instead of
the auditorium as was rumored.
All lovers of good music are in
vited to be present and brin g
song books and dinner.
"Big'' Noc has been elected
chief of police in Greenville suc
ceeding Holcombe who recently
The peiCanfrmrhefre-T G arageh
Distric No. 27hasPbeeKfiled S.h th
aloutlBad fEdctinasigdht T atth treanl tis. Wem~g han'to ait
mills seacl be alsoehavn said districtbforzSmifh'sbnumber
sTae ofrusth arrbpoln, d n
Wgrs he etion rom cnted free
acodsane wihlecton4 of xMie Schoold o ko hi a euve os'
Dialstatte. hap7nhathsoursinle elehoe.d1withm wather
BorofteCouny Board of Ed-cto sita
an Notie edto determinewthr
estate shae, ~d pvn on sddirtfor A I
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aderedto pain ad stricton e 19t
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