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Sin has many tools, but a lie is the
iandle which fits them all.-Holmes.
Roosevelt Received -headline. Move
o lay on the table.
Miss Jane Addams says "the war
nust end." Certainly, Jane; everything
ias an end.
The trouble with England in this war
is that she talks it all the time while
her allies do the fighting.
That fellow Zapata must have for
gotten something when he left Mexico
City and went back after it.
Billie Burke has given up the legiti
mate for the movies, and our symp. is
hereby tendered to Col. Bob of the State.
If The Sentinel printed all the stuff
which is sent in for publication there
wouldn't be any Sentinel after the next
"Meat packers claim Britain is rob
bing them." We are glad to know that
some one has been able to turn the
'Keep on smiling," says the Gaffney
Ledger. We can't do anything but
grin with the thermometer rarin' up to
101) in the shade.
We felt it would come in the course
of time, and sure enough it has. Some
of our exchanges are now blaming the
war on Mr. Bryan.
We have an idea that Fresident Wil
son and his cabinet can settle this little
German note business; so we will not
bother with it any more.
"A big head is not always a full one,"
observes the Barnwell Sentinel. But it
is prima facie evidence that there was
nomething doing the night before.
Strikes of laborers in many lines of
industry are in progress in different
sections of the country. Hard times
don't seem to affect the strike industry.
This thing of getting into war and
out again is about the same as a man
getting into jail and getting out. The
first is dead easy; the last almost im
'Those prayers which hiaa e temui siBd
in the aristocratic eburcheu of' Nev.
York for the recovery of ,1. P~' Morgmgt
had better been said for the~ navting of
the soul of poor. deludedc. irnulme Hot..
Whose turn is it tio be pr~es~iiem of
Mexico now? Carran~za had it a few
days ago, after taking it from Zapata.
hut the bandit "came back'' and at
this writing is in VoMessioni of M'exico
"'he qluestion of ''wh at isi a s pli t p)ea?''
s.eems to be pestering our railroad corn
missioners muchly. But just why is
unknown. A split pea is a pea split in
half; then it is colored green by some
ehemical process and sold to the unsus
pectinig ultimate consumer as green
The old1 saying that a horse can be
led to water but can't be made to drink
has been emphasizied once more. The
coal miners of Wales have struck for
higher wages and shorter hours, orders
of the government that they work uin
s.eemly hours at low wages to the con
trary. Press dispatches, however, s'ay
the miners have returned to work, their
demands having been acceded to in
Stranger things have happened than
that in a couple of weeks W. J. Bryan
wvill be addressing monster recruiting
mass meetings. -The State. And then
the redoubtable Colonel Aftermath cast
ing aside the typewriter, pastepot and
seissors for a rifle, a pair of running
shoes and a canteen. -Anderson Intel
ligencer. With the accent on the can
lt'a too hot
To have to sot
And write this rot!
OUR WEEKLY RIDDLE.-What word
of six letters contains six words besides
itself, without transposing a letter?
Herein-he, her, here, ere, rein, in.
Riddle for Next Week.-Why is a
roum full of married people like an
Frisby Hancock is thinking
of opening a boneyard near the
Rye Straw store in the near fu
ture. On account of the panic
he should do a proeperous busi
Dock Hocks was seen going
toward Bounding Billows last
Sunday wearing his speckled
pants. We fear Dock will live
to be an old bachelor, as he has
a habit, of trying to court too
many virls at once.
While Raz Barlow was over
to see Miss Flutie Belcher Sun
day afternoon, he enjoyed some
funny moving pictures by turn
ing the leaves of the family al
bum right fast.
ThePostmaster says that while
it is true that he has to handle
all the mail, he is glad to know
that he is not compelled to read
and answer it all.
TheMailCarrier departed from
Tickville for Hogwallow the
other day with a cake of ice, to
prove to several skeptics that
there is such a thing as ice in
summer time. However, when
he arrived here all the ice had
Ihe war would surely come to a sud
den end if Colonel Bob of the State
volunteers, as he warns the Kaiser he
Those Greasers will keep on monkey
ing with Uncle Sam until the old gent
gets good and mad; then look out.
Huerta refused when he was president
to salute Old Glory when one was due.
Now it is reported in the dispatches
that Carranza troops took an American
flag and trampled it into ribbons near
the border the other day.
The Tugaloo Tribune, Westminster's
paper. was six years old last week. If
Westminster is as good a town as the
Tribune is a paper it is o. k., but judg
ing by the advertising patronage of the
Tribune Editor Gossett is giving the
town a better paper than it deserves.
We wish the Tribune and its editor
many more years of usefulness.
A "pure shoe and clothing" bill has
been offered in the Georgia legislature.
It provides that all classes of shoes,
hats, clothing, and all other garments
of wearing apparel. shanl carry a label
showing the material, quality and kind
cf goords used in their manufacture be
fo1rethe aire al1owed to be put on sale.
Georwgia eactice better than that without
haiving ti --pass a law." Let every
airtiieh- nemtiied in the bill, bear the
unii~ bibe., of the' trade that makes
them. whiebj kabe] not only guarantees
that the~ goods are first-class in every
rep.eict. but are also made iu sanitary
workshops Organized labor guaran
tees every thing that beaas its label or
stamp before it reaches the merebant.
Besides, it is imnpossible to legislate
honesty into merchants, oIr anyone else,
for that matter,
We have read a hundredi or more edi
torials lately about Senator Lafollette's
seamen's bill, but none of thens has told
~An 8$ Barrel
WE. DON'T SE1
auithoerbe YOU t
: Use half as mtaeb as of ordinm
make a Better Cup of Coffee,
pay the greceer for 'it. . -. L
and sanitary. Save your L~uz
Sa, Sound a
We solicit your banking bt.
courtesy and convenier.cecon
ciples. Five per cent interest
J. P. CAREY. President.
disappeared except a very small
piece. The rural policeman is
at work on the case to find out
where it went.
The editor of the TickvlIle Tid
ings wrote,a-yery stroe.edit9ri
al for the next issue entitled,
"Turn the Rascals &nt of Of
fice," but before it wa* publish
ed the man he was writing
about came in and' paid up his
subscription and the editor's
conscience hurt him so bad he
had to tear the article up.
The Postmaster will not be
bothered much with flies this
summer, as he has set in to get
them all skeered of him.
Fith Smith at last has high
hope of breaking into public
rint. He has a wen on his
neck and has already been ap
proached by a patent medicine
firm for his photo and testimon
The Hog Ford preacher had
one of the largest crowds of the
year to hear him Sunday. The
room was so full everybody had
to stay through the entire ser
3100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
Catarrh. H~alls Catarrh Cure Is the ohly
D uro now known to the medical
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dis
ease and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
Caturein doing its work. The proprietors
have so much faith In Its curative pow
ers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any case that It fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
Address F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo, Ohio.
Bodb0 al14gsss 75c.
Take Hal PanilF m'iilsr8 for eestupation.
yet what's the matter with it. Since
the Lakeland disaster in Chicago river,
in which about a thousand merp,. women
and children lost their lives to satisfy
the greed of a few steamboat owners,
the fact has been brought out that the
new seamen't.law is intended to and
will prevent just such loss of life. The
boat owners opposed the new law be
cause it will interfere with the making
of big dividends. But what is the safety
of the public cempared with fat divi
dinds? The new law, which goesinte
efect in November, is all right and ne
doubt will be enforced to the letter,. ir
view of this terrible "accident."
INotice se Voters
The board of registration for Piecham
coumtay will meet iny their office iat th4
court. house on Monday, the second'das
of August, 1915, to. open the books o~
regiairation and remain in session threE
days for the purpose of registering al
voters becoming 21 years of age andat
who have not registered since 1908,
W1ill also give renewals to those wh<
Ihave r'et their certifisates.
Any voter wishing to vote at any e-j
the new precincts at. Ilat Rock, Norris
or Cross Roads may lIeve their certi&l
cates transferred to any one of these
Books will close on. the evening e.
August 4 and will staund -closed unei
September 15, 1915. EUIAs DAY,
12 Clerk of Board.
~f Flour For 4$
L FLOUR, but we.
> buy One Pound of
>FFEE AT 25 cts
iry Oo1gee and then if it does not '
get your money back. We will
uzianne is absolutely healthful*
lanuie coupons for valuable gifts
Ns, s. C.
siness and will show you every
listent with sound bankiug prin
paid on Savings Deposits.
JNO. C. CAREY. Cashier.
After taking s
Summer Dress G
half price. This
stock, where you
we are offering y
half their value
make room for o
One lot Persian Lawn, price
to close at........................
One lot Persian Lawn, 42 inc
price 25c yard, to close at.
One lot India Linon, price
to close at.......... .............
One lot Striped Voils and Frei
hams, price 25c yard, to cli
Our stock of Dry Goods,
the best that money can bul
can be found most anywher
Cheap goods are not only c
always. It's dollars in yout
Sole Agents for Walk-Ovt
Machines, Iron King Stoves
Ikens Route Three
Mr. and Mrs. Bigby of Wil
liamston spent the week-end
with the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Welborn.
Misses Mattie and Buena John
son visited Miss Olive Gillespie
A party of young people,chap
eroied by Rev. and Mrs. L. W.
Johnson, Mir. and Mrs. E.P.Hol
der and Mr. and Mrs. C'.N.Grav
ley, spent several days at Table
Rock last week. The entire par
ty report a jolly good time.
Among those- who enjo-yed the
trip were Mrs. W. E. Johnson of
Spartanburg, Misses Louise,An
nie and Beulah. Gravley, Mattie,
Buenna and Ella Johnson, An
nie Wood, Edna Aiken, Velma
and Lavina Perritt; Messrs.Geo.
E. and Robert M. WelbornPaul
Johnson, Luther, Walter and
Hovey Gravley,. Grady Aiken
and Leo Gillespie.
The ladies of Porter's Chapel
gave their pastop's faniily a very
pleasant surprise clast week. in
the form of a very liberal pound
Last Sunday the ladies of Sa
lem Methodist clhurch organized
a ladies' aid society. Mrs. I, P.
Hotder was elected president.
Miss Louise~ Gravley vice-presi
dent. Mrs. Hendersion secrebary,
Mrs. C. M. Grailey treasurer.
The first business, meeting will
be held with Mrs. L. W. Jiohn
son at the parsonage Friday af
ternoon of this week at 4 o'clock.
Mr. Isaac Grayley has resent
ly piirchased a 1945 model Ford
Miss Esther Gravley, who, is.
teaching at Martins, spent the
week-end with homefolks.
Ever Try a Bnehead?
Stone walls and reinforced con
crete are strong and formidable,
yet the hardest thing to go, up
against is the inevitable.
Also the Corn Crop
It is said the wheat crop will
amount to one billion .bushels
this year, but some people want
to know the size of the rye crop.
ChalesonIt's a Draw
ChretnNews and Courier.
Uncle Sam's mall Is being tam
pered with in England and John
Bull's mail is being tampered
with In America, so on this score
Sam and John seem to be quits.
Cause and Effect
There was a business failure
in Greenville the other day. 4)h,
no; the bankrupt firm didn 't do
any advertising. It didn't be
ieove in it
THORNLEY & COMPANYS
lie n g
tock we find averal short lengths in
oods that we will disposeof at about
is not a sale of junk and old, refused
get a lot of old damaged goods, but
ou first-class merchandise at less than
to clean up some shqet lengths and
ur fall stoe .
20c yard, One lot Toil Du Nord Ginahams, pric ,
........ 15c 12ic yard, in short lenkths,.to close
at....... ............ . ...... 10c
hes wide, Toil Du Nord Ginghams are guaranteed
...15C to be absolqtely fast colors, and have
15c yard, never sold for less than 124 and 15c yard.
........15c Don't fail to see our remnant counter,
ich Ging. where we are- showing goods worth from
)se at. 15c - 15c to 50c yard, to close at 5c, 10c and 15c.
Notions, Clothing, Shoes and Gent's Furnishings is always
r, and it pays to buy the best always. Cheap, shoddy goods
e, but is always extravagance to buy anything but the best.
ieap in price, but cheap in quality. Quality first, last and
?P THORNLEY & 00.
i, Hats and Gents' Funishing Goods a Specialty
r Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New Home Sewing
Chase City and Babcock Buggies, Mitchell Wagons and
I Have a Complete Line of Most Eserytsing
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats, Caps and Shoes,
and a Full Line of Groceries
Highest market price paid for eggs.; 15c pound for fryers up to 25c;
16c for hams;. 14c for home raised middle meat: 95c for corn in
trade,. or 90e cash. I have added a 10-cent counter to my store
and have plaeed man-y bargains on it. Get acquainted with it
and save money.
J. W. HEND RICKS
Frienlds of Pickens Counity!
FOR twenty-three years we have done business ,/
gether, I have tried to give you gooc er
and Full Value for Your Money. E have enjoyed'a
patronage from you and appreciate it, and ask.
tinuance of same. My stock is full and compf
all seasonable Dry Goods, Underwear, Ho/
Shoes, Blankets. etc., at as low prices as q
goods can be sold. We Do Wvot Talk WT .
will take care of its war. We war agai
and try to give values and service. Nd
prices on Shioes have advanced, wes
Pices. .-. Our Underwear and Blank
.you warm. .-. All goods as advertised~
cash for my goods, so when there are b
market I get them, And Sell Them."""
A.K. PARK, WesF
GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLIN
PI CK E NS B A N
PICKENS, S. C. ,.
Capital & Surplus $60,000
Iuterest Paido n Dposits
J. McD. BRUCE, FRANK McFALL
SThe Carey Garage
PICKENS, S. C.
] VIRST-OCL ASS AUTOMOBILE REPAIR WORK of
1 i all kind at reasonable prices. We have on hand r4
at all times the highest grade gasoline, greae
ec. Wen salo hackes the only carbonizer for burning