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Alo9b .00ut a oWolt URh to
a Of thanks pub.
'debts, while despair
1 6e to kill the Georgia
,.A ut Money" - headline.
SW d, 00if we had any worth
mi ng a but.
r aa "hasn't 'captured Villi this
Ve wk yet, but it reported he has him
strr tdirded" again.
ne upon a time the Charlotte Ob
causge wa issued without having a let
ly 10 "rom Bruce Craven in'.it.
scaret :t Saturday is Lincoln's birthday,
ve Htas The Sentinel's army of reade.F
nguej't care we won't mention it.
Ve respectfully call,.Harold Booker's
mtention to this advice just 'ent.out
from Clemson College: "Prune Well in
Well, we have been "keeping house"
four weeks now and haven't perished
yet. P. S.-We live next door' t6ihe
Did you ever hear of a grass widow
having hay fever?-Anderson Mail.
No, but we know a rich one who has a
nice, big, juicy pile of rocks.
Next Tuesday is the anniversary of
the destruction of the battleshiplMaine
in Havana. harbor, February 15, 1898,
and which precipitated the Spanish
Someone is eternally working agin us
men. Now the General Federation of
Women's Clubs of America has decreed
that the girls shall wear them there
split waists no more!
Anderson Mail says Carranza and
Villa have not been using aeroplanes
and submarines, and that is to their
credit. But they have been "getting
there" just the same.
The fact that Wall Street and Big
Business generally is opposed to having
Mr. Brandies a member of the supreme
court is in itself the best reason on
earth why he should be there.
Trhe page in Torn Watson's Jeff'er
sonian on which comment appears of
the appointment of a Jew 'to the su
preme court bench is said to have been
printedl on asbestos last week.
Did it ever occur to you that there
are more automobiles in the county to
(lay than there wvere buggies fifty years
ago?---Anderson Daily Mail. Y'ep; more
unp~aid dlebts and mortgages, too.
Colonel Bob of the State says "It's
no use to feel important because some
ibody add~resses you as 'Colonel.' " Thley
'don't; but they are afraidi to complain
for fear some gink wvill call 'enm "C'ap'n. "
Spare the birds, boys-and men, too.
They destroy the, boll weevil and the
boll weevil destroys the cotton plant.
The pest is on its way to South Caro
lina nowv. The boll weevil is a slow
traveler, hut it arrives all too soon.
Of course we greatly appreciate being.
nominated by Booker of the Spartan
burg Journal for a place on the tariff
commission at $12,000 a year. .But to
accepit the pilace just at this time would
be too much of a sacrifice' for us to make
and feel right about it.
Mr. Groundhog didnl't see his shadow
on the second instunt in these parts.
Therefore, according to groundhog lore,
winter is over and those who believe in
the critter as a weather prophet can
pr-epare for an early spring. But do not
Diace too much confidence in hinm, as he
has often fooled us.
A young New York man says it's all
wrong, doctors-that you can't catch
the grip by kissing the girls. And to
back up his assertion he says he will kiss
.11 the pretty girls that may come his
wAy without fear of getting inioculated
with the grip germ. He may be right
we hope he is-but hasn't he a lot of
UR WanxLY RmDDLE. -What object
ha ~o heads and one body?
W~o gng to have this one set to
~r~'.~ This pretty weather
>~ '~ 8 like epring -
Au 4~o~the little
~e~ ngani* a
v4~ 4eried, '4~dye~~ t
aud ttMhorrow? Hhrdly t Wify7 e
0 a. you do not knowthe brand How
do you become familiar, then, with most
ofyour household necessities? Tirough
advertising. An article that yousee
adverIsed continuously appeals to you.
Your' food sense tells you that it must
be tiilit, else it could not remain on the
nark4f. And. What advertising is ton
Indid'Ial article it is to a business in
stitution. Advertising draws 'trade to
a stor4. If that store continues to ad
vertise, it is satisfying its customnere.
No business cap 4mount to much with
aut advertising, ~nor ipdanavertising do
business any good unless that business
lives up to its advertis'ementi. Here,
then, is plainly s'en. Why it paysito
trade with thdcontinuous advertisers.
Just to prove to- you that there is
iothng in a name, a Gaffney citizen by
the a5ame of Wheat is said to b
corn read. -Tugaloo
ne. That's nothing. We know a
fellow in Greenville who won't touch a
thing but rye. -Anderson Intelligencer.
4nd- the governor of Tennessee is named
Rye, but he is a radicaliprohibitionist.
We would like the finest kind to own
an automobile, but we bedingswizzled if
We would buy one until we were clear
o debt and and able to keep the thing
u. We could not enjoy riding around
a seeing hard-working and honest
n t whom we owed money, having
to waik . vhen we were riding at their
We fall to see what good it would do
for the legislature to pass a law making
the legal rate of interest in this state 6
per cent. unless the law would be en
forced. We believe the legal rate in
this state now is 8 per cent., but some
of the banks do not seem to pay any
attention to it and the law is daily vio
lated. By the way, why doesn't Gov
ernor Manning ask the legislature for
$50,000 or so to enforce the usury law?
Fat chance he would have of getting it,
tho. We know one member of the leg
islature who is a director of a bank
which charges 10 per cent. interest reg
ularly and sometimes 13 and 15 per cent.
Affords Him Pleasure
Manager The Sentinel: You will-find
enclosed a check for $1, for which please
continue to send me your valuable paper,
as it affords me the greatest of pleas
ure to read the old Pickens Sentinel.
Central. B. F. MAULDIN.
It Must Pay to Advertise
Manager Pickens Sentinel: Please
find check to cover bill for advertising
my land .sale. I guess it must pay to
advertise, as mny land sale was a com
plete success. With kindest regards,
.~ Very truly yours,
Central. L. ,G. CLAYTON.
A Nice Letter.
DEAR EDrron:-Enclosed you will
ind $1.00 (one dollar) for you to use as
vou please, but as my time will expire,
text month, we will enjoy having your
>aper visit our home for, another year
vithout missing an issue.
WVith best wishes,
Liberty, R. 3. W. C. CLAYTON.
Correspondent Must Be Single
Instead of being captured and shot,
as was reported recently, General Villa
ust got married again.-Pickens Sen
;inel. Perhaps the correspondent thot
~hat things equal to the same thing are:
'qual to each other.
-James Dandy Nominations
A bill has been introduced in congress
>roviding tor five tariff commissioners
it $12,000 a year. We nominate Bro
Wallace of the Ndwberry Observer,
W~tsQ'n Bell of the Yo)C News, Rev. Sam
irieech df!Woodruff, Joe Sparks of Co
umbia and Brother Hlott of The Pick
mns Sentinel for the five places.
-START THE NE~
Bei Economical W
-Start In the Kit<
-- and Sealed without the Cofi
'. hands. Makes a cup of Co
.cate, and It Only Takes f
' Save your LUZIANN.1
'dces. Write today for
SP~4 tli i t is,
Good for ie AllmentI of
Horses,., Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Good for your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism' Sprains,
Cut#, Burne, te,
25i. 50c. $1. At all Dea'.
DON'T SNEER AT A MAN
eer at a man, ye gilded ones,
Because he's down and out;
The lane that never turns is long,
. You know beyond a doubt.
Don't sneer at a man because he's
Down below your social plane;
He may climb up while you go down
Never to rise again.
For if you spurn the man that's down,
Then lose.your present sphn e,
Pray, who will become your riend?
You'll find them scarce, I fear.
Don't sneer at a man because he's down
While you are upon the pole;
He may, some day, come climbing out
And kick you into the hole!
Pumpkintown, S. C.
Daily Newspaper at a Bargain
The Charlotte Observer is offering a
bargain rate to new and regular sub
scribers for the next thirty days. Their
advertisement, which appears in The
Sentinel today, announces that sub
scriptions will be accepted to The Daily
and Sunday Observer at a rate of six
dollars per year, or the Daily at only
five dollars. The regular price for the
paper is eight dollars per year.
The Observer has made remarkuble
strides forward in the past few months,
and with the announcement of this bar
gain subscription they also state that
several new features will be added.
First, and the most important, is the
leasing of a special wire to Washington,
which will be an additional service which
puts them to quite an expense; a weekly
page by Herbert Kaufman, one of the
most well-known writers in America
today; also :a full - page article on
" Europe's flattlefront Lessons for
America," by Frede'rick Palmer, the
most famous war correspondent in the
Of Money Expended Through
the Supervisor's Office, for
the Year 1915.
Balary County Auditor.-.-$ 433 331
" " Treasurer .. 433 33
" Probate Judge.....----400 00
"Supt of Education...... 1,100 00
" Clerk of Court ...-- 550 00
" Sheriff .. .....-...... -.. ,00 00;
" Coroner.......--......... 125 00
"Supervisor &Comm'rs 2,100 001
"Clerk and Attorney -. 375 00
Board olf Eualization ..-.-. 108 00
Board of Euecation......--.. 45 00
Magistrates and constables
(including 2 rural police) . . 4,058 65
Court expenses.--.------..--2,366 65
Poor house and poor (includ
ing examining and convey
ing lunatics)....----.--......2,695 50
Reads and bridges (including
road and bridge'contracts,
supplies, improements, etc 21,148 891
Convicts' suppies, guards, etc 6,418 15
Public buildings (including
new vault at court house
and waterworks at jail ....... 3,377 13
Books, advertising, office sup
plies ostage, etc.............1,146*16
Shrf letingand otherex
penses.................... -... -.... 818 20
1-mill Special Pension Fund.. 3,732 75
Premium county officials'
bonds--...... --... --......... -.... 121 50
Insurance on jail and court
house .. .- - .... -.-..-.. -119 16
Interest-....-- ....-....---...2,598 00
Examining books county of
cials........................----- -- 00
JAMES B. CRAIG. Supervisor.
W. L. Matheney, Clerkc.
That Famous Old 'New
Ground, Blended, Packed
Eee being touched by human
Ilee that other8 cannot 'dupli
[alf as Much Coffee in the
a Coupons for Valuable -Arti
a Premium Catalogue.
Mitchell Wagons W e1ach Us
THERE are wagons, and then d( 6r and e
not so stood, 'ut as therear ean y
thle clothes he wears, and the a :4 44, , es.,e Juek :W
wagon from looks, for defets, are easuly!cq I
When you buy a wagon don't con Id e pir 0n differencds a
small thing Ito consider when it may meAn "An f''er o
wagon. .. A
If Y-don't-'b~ee the Mitchell wagon will <tea 4ide phUnite
States, just buy one and put it on the road, any kind ofr. fft hete, izathe val
ley or on top of the mountains, and then put the loadto you think .6u
have one loaded, just double the load and see what a.load . ill carry, and how
light they run.
If you have never used a Mitchell Wagon, doAst a9k the nxih Whohas, or the blacksmith
who works on all the different makes, just-how many Nitb~hi Wagons he. has to kepair
on account of any of them being defective.
We have all sizes, from the 21 one-horse.to the large 3x9 tetee-horse, and every one is
strictly guaranteed by the Mitchell Wagon Co., who 1,a*e j.ver sixty years' experience in
building one of the best wagons in the wprld.
A little higher in price, perhaps, but worth several times the difference in weaO and
saving of repair bills.
FOLGER, THORNLEY & 00.
Clothing, Shoe$,- Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Sole Agents for Walk Over and Zeigler Shoes, New Home Sewing Machines, Iron
King Stoves, Chase City Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Carhart Overalls. Call for Butter
icki Patterns. -
The Pickens Sentinel The
Prints Pickens County News for Pickins Co. People Paper
I SOME EXCEPTIONAL VALUJES
FOR YOUR 0 MONEY!
Look! The unusually low prices tat we lhate made Some Thing n
on the items below and the many mrore that
What 25c Will Buy await your coming at our store will menthe Ytou Can Buy in thj~
at This Store! ,saying of many dollars to the people of Easley
6 cakes good Laundry ---..----...-._. ......Gooro
soap and 2 boxes Grand
ma's Washing Powdere . Attention, Ladies! Gin ams
25c WVe will- carry a full line of Ladies' Spring 50ard
_______________Suits. Have already -reteived two sh ipmefnts.
EtaHThe suits are very retty and stylish for this G od
- Exra eavy .spring, made of Taffeta and Gabardines. Come She'
n ad loktheniveri will be glad to show e
'ork Sir you whthr you want to buy or not. 36 inches wide, ec value,
For Men Prices range from $10 to $27.50 5c Yprd
2c Just received, some pretty moil goods in solid 'Two Pael pges
oolors, 29c yard. ___ Egeo hsl
Boyst Pants, Shepard Plaid. 1c, 124c, 15e and 215c . ard. Sd~5
25c Silk stripe Goods, just the thing for la lies' - - ---
c shirtwaists and men's shirts, 48c yard ~ Tw e
Two Pairs . Some pretty patterns in China Silky Silk Ti a
Marquisette and Silk Net, 50c, 69c and $1.2~ yd.
n HalfWoolSox .e
2cLadies, Now is the T.e.y
25c Time to Buy a Coat! M( es 5c u
M Prices Reduced On We. are goimg to offer our entire stock of *~~G
SAll Winter Goods Ladies Coats a~tt se half the former prices.
~$7.50 Uoats, now................$375
10.00 Coats, now .......5O ' Value
~Weaters, I9.50 Coats, now .........2 c Yard
60c values, now 15.00 Coats,_now .7 ~ Sx i
- '_____'.__ ____S_____x_ B aials
39c Some Exceptional Values in~h es Sewing 'thread
" uig Men's Ileay8 Shoes ......... IsFrtS
Ouin Men's Dress Shoes, $2.50 and :a00yfue 38i All Colora in
i ce value, new Ladies Heavy Shoes, good value,$1.89 an ;.48 * ~v
Children's Shoes in any leathers you Wft - C"'~
7 1-2c Yard them, 50c, 69c, 98c and .........'... 1.25 5 c Yard
Edwin L. Bot &Co
Easley, 8. 0.
"The Store Thk%'8 4weys Ba~
nM ~ u n m u a numannan