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NovEBnEl 11, 1915.
Enterc at PIekets 'ostoitlee as bcod Csti
SI PER YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCI
GAlY Hio''T, Manager.
obittary notices aind trioIttes of respect o
n't - r one huntidred worils wii be priiited1 free
f .'harge. .\11 over tihat niumber mnist be pale
ler at the rate o' one (etlt a wort. 'ash t,
neeompany torteript. v a rs of' thlits hnks n b
tichet for one-hai cent a word
Good morning, Miss Chrysat:themum
'umpiilikin pies are ripetWong i ens
What has become of the e . tiver
iser who used to write it Nun2:
According to the Fore-: I 'N. C
Free Press, moonshining i not taught
in the moonligh: sh h of the Old
r; I)et'am wen to t he fair Uast week
nd came and wrote his paper full of
poetry. ('an't imagine what got into
the old man.
Vhat has become of the old-timey
correspondent who used to say that
-.Jlim Ilokus has got hissel t a rubber
tired buggy-look out, girls.'"
If Carrania's proposed reconstruction
of Mexico is going to be anything like
the brand that was handed to the South
just. after the recent fuss, Mexico is
better oil' as she is.
That noise like rain which we heard
Wednesday morning was Tom Watson
weeping over the death of Nathan
Strauss, who was one of the most prom
inent Jews in the South.
First time a girl falls in love she
thinks it is the most serious thing ever.
hut when she has had the disease a
do.en times she pays about as much
atention to it a.; she does to Christmas.
Iere's 2a chance for everybody in
liekens county: The first person who
brings The Sentinel a turkey for the
t'itor's Thanksgiving dinner will re
receive the paper for the next fifty-two
weeks free of charge.
I f the original of the picture of the
' S. hattleship South Carolina, printed
in the Greenville Piedmont recently, is
i.s bad as it looks it will no doubt prove
a terror if it should ever come in con
tact with another warrior.
Frenchmen are using their national
drink, absinthe, as material for making
explosives and giving it to her enemies
in the shape of death-dealing shells.
That's one way to get rid of likker,
but you don't catch us South Carolini
ans wvasting ouri mountain detw in any
suchi reckless manner.
WVe sometimes feel like lamating a
1olice officer for artresting a "'poor
~ nigger" fot- shooting craps, while he
oveirlooks the moniedl white man who
~1 phays poker; but we are afraid -because
he might quit ar-resting the "nigger."
* (reenwood Indlex. The oflicer's should
try a little diversitication and give them
all a taste of the majesty of the law.
O~ne-sided enforcement is what brings
the lawv into contemplt in many instances.
llaving tried in v'aini to get .l ustice
IIughes of the supreme court to resign
and1( accept the Repulican notmi nation
for the presidency, (; - (. I>. leadlers
have dlecidedl to take the lHon. Elihu
Root of Newv York. .Mr iRloot is knowvn
to dlesire thbe honoi- of' beinrg the Repub
lican nominee fot the highest ollice in
the gift cf the people, and it's a hun -
dred-to-one shot thatt that's all hr will
get out of it.
The Paragrapher's' U nion will meet
in Columbia November 17 and hold high'
earlinival for twvo days. We catn think
of nothing that would pilease us more~
than to be present and sit meekly by
andl listen to the great sages andl emi
nlent wits, but ourt pr-ivate secretar-y
treasurer-exchequer., e tc , has j ui a
conie in andl announced that thiei'e is I
shortage of coin, cash and kale in om
strong box, and this here miser'abb
wvretch will be unable to attend.
Georgia's legislature is niow in extra
ordlinary session, and the principal buisi
ness before it is the passage of appro
priation bills, wvhich the pirohis blocke
at the regular session, and more strini
gent liquor laws. The majority of th
legislators are dIrys and dlry legislatio:
is expected, One of the leaders sa~
that it is intended to make even "thi
smell of liquor unlawful in Georgia.
'I We'd like to see any old legislatui
- prohibit blockade likker from smellinj
law or no lawl
A very wise scout
is Jonathan Keese,
a ~Who believes 0 lie hears
And i he sees.
OUn W~i'EKLY RlI)nntL1---Why ist
crow the bravest bird in the wvorld?
Because it never shows the wvh
IT TO THE SrATETA1It
As I promised you beforehand
I will try to tell you somethin
about nm v trip to the state fair a
Columbia. But, Bill, that was
bad arrangement we made abou
3 me seeing and doing enough fo
- us both, and I don't think w
better try that any more.
Well, I got there Wednesda
r night and the first thing I dii
was to find a place to stay. Be
lieve me, Bill, old bay, there wa
some crowd there. Went al
over town trying to find a place
and all I found was all the hotels
boarding houses and lots of th<
people full. Was just trying t<
figure out some plan when I rat
across an old friend-one of then
kind, Bill, who is always rca
glad when he can do you a sun
You know the. call Columubit
the capitol city, Bill. \\ell.it is
only they ought to spell it cap
Bili, would voul believe it: I
sawt1 that fellow Bob Gonzales
what von was talking abotut,adt
you would be surprised. Whv,
he just looks like a regula t el
low. I didn't see a thing w ron1
with him, and they say he eats,
sleeps, and etc , etc.. and piar'
checks, old maids, and etc,, etc.
just like ordinary people.
And I saw that fellow Joe
Sparks, too, Bill. I sure would
hate to to have to tote him up
the street, Bill, and I'm l ad our
editor didn't. You know, B;P
his regular name is Joe Spark.
but they had lo add thy ; 'eat:,
there's so many of 'im.
I had heard that Columbia h
a lot of big, fine banks. Bil. su
they sure have, but the i
and finest one I saw was ch
called Col, William Banks 1H
a regular Col.. too, Bill, an-i
to belong to Gov. Blease -
G(ov. Heyward's stat. I ..
which. You can tind ."
Well, Bill, 1 went out t.
fair grounds twice, but it w
take about fou' davs to
erything they had out there.
was more than fair. Pick.
county had an exhibit, and it
was a jim dandy one, too. Bill.
You know last year was the first
time Pickens county had one at
the state fair. Old Tom A.Bow
en was right there on the job
and I heard several people tell
him they thought his exhibit
was the best one there. The Ed,
of the Pickens Sentinel asked
me to write somethinv about it
for his paper, but Tom didn't
have time to tell me all about it
and said he would get up the
(lots later. But, believe me, old
pal, old Pickens was right there
with the goods, as me and you
knowed they would all the time.
There was lots ot Pickens people
You saw in the paper about
that pretty queen and pretty
maids of honor what w'as there.
Well they was there and prettv,
too, Bill, but it's the truth w~he.,
I tell you we could get that many
young ladies in Pickens who
could knock the socks off the
jubilee queens. No, niot that,
either, Bill YOU know what I
want to say. I mean the Pick
ens crowd wvould he way yond~er
Well. iGill, I like to forgot
about them Cola. square meals.
That~ is, I like to forgot to tell
you about them. Bill, it you
ever' eat one it'll take yon a long
timte to forget it. Bill, they dlon't
look exactly squar'e befor'e you
eat, but after y'ou eat one it ain't
long bief ore it feels kinder square.
It looks to me like they ought to
call 'emi quar'e meals.
Bill,1 dlidnl't see any pickpock
ets there, but there are a lot of
barbers and shoeshiners there.
Bill, if you ever go in one of
them shops to get a shave you
-better tako your gun with you.
Every time you say that's all
you want and start to get up the
barber grabs you by the neck
and shoves you back and does
something else to your head oi
your face or neck, and he don't
.do it free of charge, either'. Fi,
- nally, when he thinks he's got
I all you have he lets you up, and
-If you happen to have anything
e he overlooked the shoeshiner gets
a that as you go out the door.
s Well, Bill, I haven't told yot
o half about it yet, but my papel
Is giving out and, you know
e ,just getting back from the fair
t, I can't afford too many stamps
I (lid wvant to tell you about thi
sideshows, etc., at the f a I
grounds and the football gami
and the shows up town, but
can't nowv. The shows wore c
k., the, Bill, and may hay
something on ours, but the acd
he rosses didn't.
Well, solong, Bill. Next tim
ite I see you lt'll finish telling you
'AILING 'W READT
ADS., COSTS MNE
R j- than o'ce in our news
paper experience have wE
known men and women tc
pay much more for a certain ar
t ticle than they would have been
r asked to pay had they read the
advertisements in The Sentinel
and thus been familiar with the
offers of local business house;
You, Mr. Man or Mrs. Woman,
spend a great deal of money
among our stores month aftei
month. Ar- you getting the
most. for that muoney that it it
possible to get. Unless you are
a constant reader of ourl adver
liing .yo tre siot. n tall
safely plate your confidt.nt-ce in
t he local auvertiser, for he must
relain here to back up liis as
sertion-, while if you Jurchase
out ot townl you nlier'el - takea
sonieoih- t'lse's Vortd and vomi
purh'lw ad walk aw av--ofttn
to be tiisappointe. Read the
atd wreients phaced this wee~tk:
C-'ee:S Uhornley & co.
l'-'aig: thus, Co.
3. ' :. i.s. n i hn at Lime
'.~m .:.4 ,'+s1e:-enty aad a.. val-.
as f :j:c1-, ::.. :e lE ge in funds
ck he-~ ''Frar.c Elenor La
. r Hal".' Besides a
-.s.:. :..cn wili appear her
i e. :ze: donor. her portrait
S -+ :..: in the building. Miss
t r-ar.ces eserve= mTuh credit for thus
helping her alma mater and we are cer
tain the trustees and faculty of the col
lege appreciate the gift.
Mrs. R. E. Lathem and daughter,
Miss Frances Lathem, of Easley have
recently taken a little one-armed boy
from near Brown's hotel to educate.
His name is Walter Nix. They have
agreed to pay his board and tuition at
Six Mile academy until he finishes there,
and then send him to Furman university
provided he makes good at Six Mile.
S$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least one
dreaded diseasje that science has been
ablo to cure In all its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrhi Cure i. the only
poiiocre now known to tha medical
fraernt..tarrh being a constiltutional
disease, require's :a constitutional- treav
mient. Hall'a Catarrh Cure Is takcen In
ternally, acting directly upon the bloodi
and muii'ous surfaces of the system. there
by detroying the foundation of the' di::
ease. and giving the patient stren~h by
building up the- constitution and a.:.dstlne.
nature in doing its vwork. The prorprietors
have so m':h faith In its curative pow
ers that they offe-r One Hundred Dollars
for any ca.e that it fails t'> cure. S'end
for list of testimonials.
Addr"as 1'. J. (CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by all Drupgrris*.. ?Z'.
Take H~all' FaImily Pills far constipation.
Trespass Notices at this office
Yale Man's Life
Saved in Big War by
fatitry ati the beinnI ing of the ar '. owe hisi
lk ife (o a coiiarade who wa i'ki kild . LIel
ly ti wa w~aoundedl at the Ilattle of Yp Jres and~
a leftr I yttig betweetn the hosthile line for
telve hoitrF a. i Whe nighiti en lhe stairted
to crawl buck to. the Gertan lines,. ontly to
fill iunconselotas. Whaiet he recovered eon -
*,eitonsne~ss lhe s'aw a daleada Cotaradte lyIng lhe
idhlet im i. (On his belt as a lliak of cofl'ee
Lleweliin iatugeud to an fac-tena the lask,
aund was. Put licienatly sttimulatedl by thle Cof
fee it eitined to reac-h the t renehes.
Yet you will find people in this
peaceful country today who
substitute all brands of stump
water for a cup of good coffee.
If you wvill try the famous
Put up in sealed Tin Cans, and
guaranteed to please --your
j Coffee troubles will be all over
o All Good Grocers Sell It
e Save Your Luzianne Coupons
.FOR VALUABLE GIFTfS
. We Are
A complete and i
+ children's and r
Skirts. A big ra
+ fabrics in Serges
price from $7.50
+ from $3.00 to $1
A full and con
+ $1.50 to $7.50.
Our line of M
that money can
variety of styles
AI Boys' and Mei
* to $15.00.
Our stock in
this fall than e
through our roc
you. Quality in
time is our rnott
4O Clothing, Shoe
. Sole Agents for Walk Ovi
+ Machines. Iron Kin_ Sm.r'es
* Mitchell Automobi e.
E , *P ( i: . 'ieke.re.' .t -
he bo1" for toe t(o. '. " .
I : o I r I e. .: '.r" o; . I ris ::.n i . l.
:4 1A. t(" i'' . ih r -. 1 .i : i' . T e
1 'I :'s: '':t!i (L 1t a.Tllhoe! . h prefite
L- "" . :1 : r . ". :t ' . 1 :1 . to"" Ii "t- 15t )!~ 1".: .- 1 . na t
"' t "t". '" . 1 !> ' 1) i: : a l 'll it;(.t:1: i per" ( ent.
.'" s :.r --t:"I. : hite1 It;/ i ( e o' w i:1 i.:sse.
1 xpa yer. 'witi n.' prloperty or lavin.
t -1 'or. therm wi l p:eIrse a-k for tax reeipt
.'th towvnship or special school district In
whnch he or they ma) owni pro;erty. This i'
w ery itnopiortant. as there are so inanti school
'iistriets. Those- who io not wish to "cotie to
the otie can write ne, not litter than the '3)th
of 1Ieeernher, and I will furnish them with the
a mounit due atnd they anti ;ay inc by cheek.
Inloliey order or registeteit iil. If stamps are
sent till iot setd atbove -ceit dietnitit1ots. as
1 can not use them, Please dto not set:d me1 cash
without registering saine. as it is liale to get
lost: If selat otherwise it minst b tit sen'ler'
Levy for State tax. ............... 7 inis
"evy t'or Constitutionalshool a x .. :t mi
Laevy. for ordiary county tax... .I ii l mi
I,evy foEr Oht Sobiler's l''esions....I iii):
TIotal levy......... ... ..lf in.*1
SpDeca I levies for the fol low114imi dist rietis:
School illstrict No. I.. . .. : igj
IWEhoo l strlet No. 2...... .. .......i - ii m:us
.SchRool 1)striet No. ;t..... .... ..... Romll
School 1)1st rit No. I............I mnI s
School 1)1st rict No. 5----..... ..ils
Sehlool liist rict NED. II.... .-.. ... ...... 11mi11s
Sabhool Dlistrict Noi..;.............. i iji;s
Schl, District NO. 8....... ........ huB.is
SchooEl laist rict No. '. ... ......... .....1 1)1
'WREoo 1)1st rict Nio. li.......... ...5 ii I
.SchlEq Dist rict NEo. II....... ....... ....iul.
SEchiOO! l Ist rIet NE. 12..... ... :iii
Nehoiol 1)15talelt \i. 1:. .. . . .... .... .,, IRi!s ..
SEIhEDED 1)1strtiE! No. Il ... .............mt mill
Srebool Dist rict NiD. l16......... ........mHij
School 11st riot No. Is........ ..... 5 i -
SchlEDI laistriet- NE. 19..... ........ i ils
SEchooD 1)istrict NEo. 'l0i... .... ...... R imi .
SchIooDl Difstrict No. *11... . . ..... 0 :1i -
Schiool Di1striot No. -......... :0mi!.
Sehol 1ist rie:- No *:1........ S ilI
S~fhool Di)tiEt Ni..-I...... .... .... , moil
Schiool 1). iut No. '25 .. .. '~ mlill
Sooll fDist riot Ni.. !T6... .... .... .. : 11mi1s
School 1)1st rIot Ni,. 2i.................10 Ili.,
Sc hlul flist rfrt No. 's. ... .........I m111 ..
Schlli District No '3.... .... :t in i
Schoiol 1)1strit No. Ist..... ...... .15 m311isb
Schoou~l 'lstrict NED. : .....I . 11mi1b
School leist rIot No. |1.. ... .........2'. inilb.,
SEholI 1)ist riot Nio. :!.......... ... .....oils
SchlE f lisi riet NEE. :1t . ... .. .. . i .
behEo~l IstriEt NEo.:...... ........I mtlts
SEIhoEl D)Istrlct Nii. :0-..... ...........imills
SchOo. Dist rIot N'.. -10.. ... ........ 131 mis
SEchooD l strit N. II.--...... ..I m111Is
School D istrlet Noi. 1-...... ....... '11m11s
School Di1st rict No. 15........ ...I 311Ils
SE'hoEEolisbtrict NED. lit............ RIIlls
Selhool District NED. -Is.... .. ... .. .. :;- m1
School D)istric t No. -1I --- I . . E m Hlls
School District Nii. -19 ... ..... .... titmls
S o lol DIstrIct No. ri2. . .... R. illls
Nitioi, 1)st rIot No. 55. ....... i mIk
Sehool Dlistrict Nio. 6. .-........... u mil s
t..evy Ior tlitterest of triEkeiis It. R. hiond~s:
Iltittricane towni p ............E miills
l'Ekeri4 Iownshipg.-.... .............2 m1)11s
l'ol Ia xi one lhti lr (4'I O0). rivery maleC tI
xeni fromi '2l tol 6) vears uf age are liirble exctt
those excused bsyaw
C.omitationt rriadi tiax, on diO ollar andE liity
(Cnts ($1 .50. All tmale pEtrsons8 fromi 21 to. 0)
are lIable excepti those exculsedl by law.
Capitation Dog TaDx..\Il personls Eown~Ing
ElogE iare reiltairedl to pay a itationIER tix or
it. hos wrtn for Staltetls of theIr tax wvIll
105 iT A VG ltI.Ti WAf,
J. ROBT. MARTIN
' AITTOll IAY AND I COU:NSELLIAli
COIElN KIt HItOAD ANt) nIAIN S'IltlW'TS
GitEENVILLE,~ '. I.
PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS
Phones a 1041 11EJ(I
Biueg us your chickens, eggs, but
ter, etc. Highest market pnrico will be
paidl. OJrnigJnr.n1 ., Pn:,.ens
Showing This F
1p to date line of ladies' Coat Suits, +
nisses' Cloaks, lidies' 'Cloaks and
,nge of Coat Suits.made of the latest +
Poplins and Garbadines, ranging in
to $25. Ladies' cloaks in all colors +
5.00. Skirts from $2.50 to $8.00.
iplete line of children's cloaks from +
en's and Boys' Clothing is the best +
buy, and we are showing a large o
from $2 a suit to $7.
fig from $3 a suit to $15.
from $5 a suit to $25.
i's Overcoats and Mackinaw's from $A.50 0
every department is more compl te
'er before, and all we ask is a lo k
>ms and we can more than convinse
merchandise first, last and all tl\e
o. Yours truly,
2, THORNLEY & 00.
s, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
-r Shoes. H awes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New Home Sewin *
, Chase City and BahorK Buggies, Mitchell Wagons an
FALL SEASON 1 91
. 1"Right on the Job"
with the right kind of I)ry GoodIs at the right
prices. As proof that my prices are cheap, have
been here in binsiness for 25 years and have not
made enough inoney to retire; have to "kee)
digging." Iverything in dry goods, hosiery and'
I1ull.erwear' that is needed 1i a family at n'ioney
saving p)r ices. Cold weather vill comne, buty your
Blankets and heavy u. terw-ear and- lbe read y.
Wool and cotton (tress goods in great vrei
. (do niot forget the mleni andl bo(ys'' thinels, jeans
anii eassIner~es hor thirI w(ear. The hest $1.00
-<Overall onl the~ muarket. Conitinue to ctall on me,
il goods and1 prices ar notI1(. right you d (on't have
A. K. PARK. West End a,
I GREENVILLE, SOUTH CAROLINA
THE KEOWEE BANK
PICKENS, S. C.
Sate Sound and Progressive
We solicit your banking~ business and will show you every
courtesy and convenie: ce consistent with sound bankiug prin
ciples. Five per cent interest paid on Savings Deposits.
J.* P. CAREY, President. JNO. C. CAREY, Cashier.
Wheat, Shorts an Dr. WV. E. Scott
OSTEOPA THIC PiHYSICIAN
Try a few while cottonseed I" """"
meal is so high. You will find icIb..Irq.n,,
that it is all right and cheaper. IIm 4!
Ask Clemson and see that you
get high grade feed. We will
have another car in a few days.
a ut O art wa t 1u an hatI an - i
Morris & Co., __ckens___s___.
Groenylc. .(* At "'""".".St1. Dr. L. L. Jamieson
McSwamn & Craig Phicaan Sugo
LAWYERS Physlcya an. C.reo
Practice in State and Federal 0 'Ea ey . .
Greenvile Offce Phone 210 Ukcases oI the Stomach Specialt