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The Pickens Sentinel
PICKENS, .. C.
SEPTE~MBEIt 2, 1915.
Entered at Pickens Postoffice as SecondiClai
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Farmer 1 Year each, both for $1.50
GARY HIOTT, MANAGER
The Sentinel is not responsible for the
views of its correspondents.
obittary tioticesi uii tributes osf (i.e(et of
not over one hitot red wtd . +- i ine p rinted free
of charge. Al over that numier itust le pri1.
for at the rate of one tent n worl. I nh to
itjeenmpally nutnisise rip;t. t ii s of that& will.
Ishedl foroue-halIf vetit it word
Fraridy speaking. Georgia does not
-seem to be a very good state in which
"Cyclone strikes Haiti -headline.
Now, if a tornado woulh only do like
wise for Mexico!
We have a new paperover here some
where. Charleston Post credits a news
item to "Walhalla Keowee."
The girl who worries about whether
her bathing suit is on straight is wast
ing time. There's nothing to it.
What some people think and what
they know is two entirely separate and
distinct propositions. Ever notice it?
The Dardanelles are at the same old
place, according to an aerogram just
received as The Sentinel goes to press.
"England's good intentions," goes a
headline. Now, what is the name of
the place which is said to he paved with
"Do your poetry now. advises Poet
expert Monahan. "and your journaliz
ing later." Yea. verily; the later the.
If the Kaiser keeps up the custom of
giving out those iron crosses there will
soon be no iron with which to keep the
Krupp gun works going.
When cotton gets so low that it won't
pay to pick it, perhaps our farmers will
plant some of that "diversification"
seed we have heard so much about.
Speaking of sure-enough old-fashioned
things that seem to have departed, what
has become of the good old Good Temp.
lars Society that used to meet on Friday
nights, rain or shino?
(eneral Wood has been taking acrack
at Mr. Bryan.--Charleston News. Why
not? All of Roosevelt's paper "gener.
als."' who never smelled b)urnt powder.
have been doing that r'ight along.
According to dispatches Car'ranza is
tickled to death with the peace appeal.
Of course, but he rejiects its proposals
just the same. lie'd lose! his job as
hioss r'evoluter if he acceptedl them.
Lesse J1ames cold r'ob a train andI it
w~ouild he heardl aroundl the world; but
some people can steal a whole railway
system andi it. won't take upi more than
twvo inches of newspaper space.
An imventor has patented a contriv
4mece that will collect the (lust made by
nutomobiles while running. A goodi in
vention: but if he will invent a machine
that will colleet over-due bills we'll take
In speaking of the respite the gover
nor gave a negro recently, the Colum
bia c'orrespondent of the Grieenville
News says he was ''a negro from
August 18 till September 29I."' Wonder
what lie will be afteri that date?
If Uncle Sam should take it into his
head to intern that hyphenated crowdl
Sto deport them as undesirable citi-1
ild helpi in more ways than
.on't needl them, but Germany
ionahan, poet, Irish, of course,
says "one of the oldest suplerstitions of
the race-and even before Literature
(with a big l~) was so much as thought
of--was that the poet should sing."
Saints deliver us! If Hob Gonzales has
got to sing his p)oems, we p~ass!
Between the Oarranza cutthroats, the
Villa bandits and the Z/apata maraud
ers, Texans on the border are having a
strenuous time of it. But cheer up.
Uncle Sarn will send the Mexicans a
warning one of these days encased in a
big shell, and perhaps they will heed
Coley Blease has made a definite
statement to the effect that he will en
ter the gubernatorial race next year,
and winds up) his letter to W. P. Beard,
edItor of the Scimitar of Abbeville
thusly: "So on with the dance; let jos
be unconfined." He should have added
''nLet the heathen rage."
OUR WEEKLY RmDE. -Why is i
right for B to come before C?
B3ecause we must be before we can see
On the Hell,
To'i (:ray lay dowa o ithe hatr-rmnt loor,
lfaviag ii rurik so much itectat lI !rlk rio nore
Andi! fell ainsleep with at troubled brain
To 'lreant.that he rode on the hell-botisd train
' ie engie with bloot was red anid ldaralp.
A aid dismtually lit wih a t briuatore Iaanap:
A. im up for fuel was shauveliing butnes
As the furnace roared ,with at thouseandi groais
'i'lie boiler was filled with lager beer.
A 1iti the (levi! litaiself was tlie etiglaieer.
'T1io ifitssetgers were such at iaaotley trew
Cht rhi rmiemier. Atiheist. Geiit lie atl .lew:
Riel tcii fi brottialotia aid begtgars iit cag.,
lianilsotite youig ladles ati witherel ol hags:
Yellow ani blael men, red tad white.
('hatiulei together-a horrible might.
Faster antdl faster the engine Clew,
wileer arid wilker the cointry grew,
i.otuler antidl louder the thudiaer crashel.
Brighter antd brighter tie lightning flashed.
Wiotter an! hotter the air beeanne I lig frame.
Till the clothiug wts burned from each quiver
Ati in the dlistatnce they heard such it yell
"lIt. lii *" croakee devil. "We're near hell'
Texas disgraced herself again by'
lynching two negroes and then burning
them. Shade of Boston commons!
Governor Harris of Georgia says he
will employ detectives to hunt for the
Frank lynchers. Hundred-to-one shot
he does not employ one W. J. Burns!
The "Homecoming Edition" of the
York News last week was a jim dandy,
and then some. It contained much in-'
teresting matter relating to York county'
and Brother Bell did himself proud.
The News is one of York county's best
"A drowning man will catch at a
straw" for self-preservation; and what
is it a dying politician won't grab at to
save his bacon? Respectfully referred
to "Little Joe" Brown of Georgia, who
has been dead politically for years, but
don't know it.
Vice-President Marshall has discov
ered what's the matter with Mexico.
He says the real trouble down there is
that they have no vice-president. Won't
some of our blood-thirsty patriots vol
unteer, and thus straighten out the
mess? Come, Teddy!
What has become of the old-fashioned
kid that went to bed and covered up his
lead so he couldn't see the lightning
avery time we had an electric storm?
Spartanburg Journal. He's grown up
iow and is kept busy dodging automo
>iles, r ords, motorcycles and other in
Seems like the poor mule is getting
the worst of it in this war. He works
hard all sprjhg and summer; when the
eaves begin to turn he is taken into
town and sold to some foreign agent
%ad .dent across the water, where, if he
escapes being blown up by a submarine,
he is converted into a common army
mule, hitched up to big guns and his
life blown out by the gun cotton which
that same mule helped to make on a
Southern farm thousands of miles from
the scene of his untimely death. 'Taint
fair-to the mule-and we protest.
The state of Illinois has just decided
that women employed by the state shall
receive the same pay as men for the
same service. That law has long been)
the rule of organized labor--that women
members shall receive the same pay as
men for the same labor performed.
Many labor unions have had that law in
their constitutions for years, and espee
ially the printers' union, the foremost
and strongest international body corn
prising the American Federation o-f
Labor, and which is the pioneer in most
reforms for the uplift of the laboring
masses. And these unions didn't ask
the legislatures to."pass a law," either.
T hi.e editorial page of The Pick
ens Sentinel in its last issue was
a dry affair. It contained pro
hibition arguiments.--York News
W\ell, devoting his whole ed
itorial page to prohibition argu
ments was the only way Bro.
Hiott of the Pickens Sentinel
could make it dry. -The State.
rThe Pickens Sentinel Issues
forth with its entire editorial
paragraph column devoted to
prohibition squibs. The r"fiying
squadron" would do well to cop
some of them for battle cries.
.AWpn d er:
IA customer of ours on the mi
way reports that for Nine Yea
~Out of the hundreds and hunt
that long time he paid back mo
SNo wonder we can afford t
Brand of Coffe~e.
YOUR MONEY BACK IF? 3
'tinct understanding that you
as the ordinary coffee.
*LUZIA.NNE 18 BLE
t iSave the Coupons out c
.Them wilth beautiful gifts.
-Bound Train '
Oh, how the passengers shrieked with patim'
A ni b'egged) the devil to stop the traiI:
liNut ho calered about and daneed with glee,
Aid laughed and joked at their agony.
"Mv faithful I riends, you have done mly work,
A id the devil (an 'lever pay-day shirk.
Vota've bullied the weak almi robbed the poor,
. A ltd hungry brother you've turn'd from thodoor
"You have gathered np gold where the eanker
A tid given free rein to your hellish lust: [rusts,
You have drank, ani rioted, aned amunered and
A lit mooked at God itm hollow pride. [lied.
You have paid full fare, so I'll tarry you thru.
For it's only right that you get your tite,
For every laborer is worthy of his hire,
So I'll land you safe in any lake of tire,
Where lly firey Imps will torment you forever.
Aind a.1 in vain you will sigh for a Saviour."
When 'Tomas awoke with an awful cry,
lis clothing soaked wet and hairstanding high,
And he prayed as he never prayed before
'to be saved froan hell and the devil's power.
trying and praying were not in vain.
For he nevermore rode ona the hell-bouand trains.
$ $100 Reward, $100
The readers o' this paper wall 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. I-all's Catarrh Cure is the only
positive cure now known to tha 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 dic
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
ature in 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 A. CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by all Druggists, 75e.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
The Sentinel's Honor Roll
Followin is a list of new and renewal sub
s'riptions to The Sentinel during last week:
Anthony Lewis, Piekens Miii
J. A. Mullinix, Easley
.gas. Richardson (colored, 'i'kena.
It. l'. Riggins, Pickens R5
James M. Wood, Murphy
-J. M. Wood, Nine 'i'mes
al rs. Estella Gaines, Elberton. ;a
i)r..1 M. renshaw, Marietta It
Glassy Mountain Honor Roll
First Grade -ltryan Anthony . Elbert Leslie.
Second Grauie-i'raun lhastatan. Frank B.
'T'hird Gradle-Lucy D)odgens, Florence lien
diricks, 'arker IHendricks, Lucille Anthony,
Eva Anthony, Furman Simmons, Agnes Leslie.
Fifth Grade---Jin Ed iKendriek,., Ivey ien
dricks, Bettie Leslie, Cleo Anthony, ,Iohnnie
Simnimons. Clarice Pace.
Sixth Grade-[.izzie Anthony. .1enmie Pace.
Seventh Grade-Heeman Leslie.
Eighth Grade-Verona Mae Anthaony. Ernes.
tine liendricks. Beatrice Leslie, i'rantces Ihughes.
Walter Chastain, Hertran Anthony.
,Miss MATTar~a howl:N. ltinc ipal.
Mmas LiI.1,IAN iFAntua.m:, Assistant.
In Memory of Little Cly de
On 'i'uesday morning. the 2th ilt*.. a* 9.;U
o'ilock, the death angel entered the home of
Mr. andac Mrs. Alex Waldropamnd took ansay their
diarlinig little sona. Clyde, agedi onec year-and ?4
The little ('rib is empty no0w.
The little clothaes laid by;
A amother's hope, ai father's joy
in dleath's c'old aimis dioth lie.
Go, little pilgrim, to your home,
We miss tihee here, baitso
Sad pairtimag will be nao more.
We loved haim; yes we dci,
hMot G~od loveti him best,
Andau ina ils iimnite wisdioma
Tloo's ouir dlarlinag haomae to rest.
To the fathaer andac maothaer, brothaer aand'sa~ers
we extenda sincere, hecartfelt symapathay, anid
conmmnd thema toa the inthaer of all. Ei..
Miss Elinor Knight
Piano, Violin, Founm
Greenville Womans Collfrge
Miss Knight has adoptedi the
"Pi ogressive SerIes of Piano
Lessons" in teaching and wish
es to call attention to the many
advantages of this authoratative
text, having been edited b~y the
world's greatest music teacher.
Pupils taking this conser'va
tory course and wvho wish to
teach may get their Teacher's
Certificate from the Greenville
Womans College. 2
Trespass Notices, prikted on
cloth, for sale at this ofijee.
lul Record :
din line of the Southern Rail
rs hehassold Luzianne Coffee.
treds of cans he has sent out in
ney on just three of these cans.
o Guarantee this Celebrated*
GQU WANT IT, with the dis
are to Use Only Half as Much
NDED JUST RIGHT.:
'f Luzianne cans and redeem
Friday and Satu
If you are looking for the
this opening and make your
a line shown in Pickens that
excellence, fashion, fit and
them until they are threadbe
Don't Fail to Att
passed when it was necessar;
Youth's and Boy:
fit the boys out in new suits
terials and styles-we have r
Clothing. Remember, we ai
sturdy shoes, stylish hats an
Our Stock of M
Cheapness doesn't mean me
not advertise cheapness beca
tell you that they are better
they do not cost anymore.
squander in buying clothes
l Sole Agents for Walk-Ove
Machines, Iron King Stoves,
Hagood Bruce went into the
Keowee Pharmacy the other
day to purchase- a toilet article.
He asked for what he wanted
and Dr. Douglas. Yongue, per
fumely speaking., says "Do you
want it scented' No." says
Hagood, "I'll just take it along
Casey Porter, ao studem of the
University of South Carolina
who has been spending his va
cation in Columbia, is spending
a few days with his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. F. S. Porter. before he
resumes his studies. Fletcher
Porter will also enter the state
university this year.
Morris & Co., who recently
opened a who'esale house in Pick
ens, have an advertisement in
this issue, which may be the
very thing some of our subscrib
ert are looking for.. A.M.Morris
is manager of the new concern,
which is now handling flour,
meat, country produce of all
kinds and other artidles in whole
sale quantities. Mr. Morris
states that business is good and
that other lines will be added.
Route Three- Locals
Mrs. Big by of Wihliamslon and
the Misses Smith of Pelzer are
spending some time with the
fokmer's mother, Mrs. Welborn.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Holder and
little daughter Edba and Misses
Louise and AnniG-Gravley spent
several days at Bieevard recently.
Miss Flora Kellyr visited at the
home of C.M.Gravley last'week.
Misses Mattle and Buena John
son visited in Central last week.
Mrs. Tolbert of Gireenwood is
visiting her mobher, Mrs.Looper.
Eugene Boil4ng is visiting
friends at Cential.
Mrs. Berry and son of Green
ville are visitlie Miss Klrksey.
Chess Atta way of Willliamston
spent the week-end with Robert
Messr3. Paul Johnson and
Walter Gravley spent the week
end at Cential.
Miss Annie Wood is visiting
relatives at Belton.
NOTICE-We will sell for
cash, this season only, the f a
mous Walter A. Wood Mow
ing Machine for $47.50. There
is no other machine on the
market that will equal this ma
chine for service, high speed
and light draft. Please note
that we are making a discount
on these machines of $5 each.
It pays to buy for cash. See us
at once. Pickens Hardware &
__!. 'Y !c r f ,
& Bros Opening
or Made Clothing
BE HELD AT OUR STORE
rday, September 10 and 11, 1915
BEST in Tailor Made Clothing you should not fail to attend
selection for a fall and winter suit or overcoat. There is not
surpasses the Strouse & Bros'. Clothing for ALL-ROUND ,.
swear. They will give satisfaction from the time you buy
A' look through will con
end This Opening. vince you that the day il
r to pay exorbitant prices for tailor mase clothing.
5 Clothing We are receiving daily shipments of
' Boys' and Youth's Clothing and we can
for school wear. In vastness of assortment-range of ma
sever before equaled our present stock of Boys'' and Youth's
e in position to furnish everything the boys wear, including
en's Clothing is Always Complete..
rely little money-it means value for your money. We do
use that doesn't express the facts about our clothing We
in every way than these so-called cheap goods-then we say
We itke to -trade with men who feel they haven't a cent to
men who must make every penny count.
!, THORNLEY c 00.
Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods' a Specialty
r Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New -Home Sewing p
Chase City and Babcockc Buggies, Mitchell Wagons and
I Nave a Complete Line of Most Everytiing
Dry Goods, Notions, Hats Caps and Shoes,.
and a Full Line of Groceries
Highest market price paid for eggs;.15e pound for fryers up to 25c;
16c for hams; 14c for home raised middle meat;: 95c for corn in
trade, or 9 cash. -) have added. a 14icent counter to my store
and have placed many bargains-on it. Get acquainted with it
and save money.
Yours for. trade
Friends of Pickens Countyt
F01R twenty-three years we have done businessto
gether,. I have tried togive o od evc
and Full' Value for Your Money. I' have enjoyed a -ood
patronage from you and appreciate it, and ask a con
tinuance of same. My stock is full and complete with ~
all seasonable Dry Goods, Underwear, Hloser an
Shoes, Blankets. etc., at as low prices as dey .ndable
goods can be sold. We Do Not Talk War. lurope
will take care o1 its war. We wvar against Higfr ces.
and try to give values an~d service. N otwithst ding
prices on. Shoes have advanced, we still sell~ Old
Prices. .-. Our Underwear and Blankets wiikeep
A you warm. .-. All goods as advertised. -~ a
cash for my goods, so when there are bargains o
market I get them, And Sell' Them.
A. K. PARK, West End~
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PICKENS, S. C.
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