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The Pickens Sentinel
PICKENS, S. C.
APRIL 6, 1916.
Entered at ickewi Postoltice us Second Ciaus
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"I would be true, for there are those
who trust me;
I would be pure, for there as those
I would be strong, for there is much
I would be brave, for there is much
I would be friend of all -- the foe- the
I would be giving and forget the
I would be humble, for I know my
I would look up--and laugh-and love.
Wouldn't Roosevelt be fine on the 3d
base coaching line!
One chicken in the frying-pan is bet
ter than six in your garden.
'Tis said "shoes are going up." Try
ing to catch up with the skirts?
Wonder if Colonel Roosevelt inspected
the cocoanut artillery while he was in
the West Indies?
It is stated that the English troops
are preparing for the war they intend
to start "in May" again.
The trouble with all those peace ru
mors we read about is that they mostly
originate in Switzerland.
If the Republicans want a fighter for)
their candidate for president, what's
the matter with Jess Willard?
It is rumored that Governor Manning
will not sign that two-quarts-a-month
bill until the fishing season closes.
Well, well! We have with us again
this month of showers our old and wel
come friend, Colonel Five Paydays.
Princeton college has' forty-three
seniors who say they have never been
kissed Gee! What a lot of fun those
boys have missed!
Today, April 6, is the anniversary of:
the discovery of the North Pole, but we
lon't wvant to get into an argument;
svith anyone as to who dliscovered the
For the benefit of the Anderson Mail
,ve will state that there won't be any
oeek-a-boo waists this summer---they
:all them slit waists. lhut you can take
Speek just the same.
An expert statistician say that four
mundred millions of dollars is spent an
euslly by the people of this country for
nedicine bought without the advice of
physician. Pass a law!
With Germany pestering Uncle Sam
n one side and Mexico on the other, he
Shaving quite a strenuous time. But
-usat wait till the threatened railroad ,
trike materializes and base ball gets to
unning full blast!
flighway robbers at times seem to be
geak.-mihded, as they often do some
ery,sifly tl . A case in point: three
'f.e . A Id up a man'in Atlanta
hut gotb nothing for their
rouble. He was a printer!
Cole Younger, one-time notorious
*x -robber and dutlaw, is dead at his I
tomi~ in Missouri, aged 72. Cole and)
tis brother Bob were a part of the
Jesse James band of outlaws which held
.awsy in the west and southwest for so
mnany years. With the death. of Frank)
James about a year ago and that of Cole
iinnger last week .leaves the old;
"Jartis Gang" almost extinct. Jesse
lames was the only one of the fmu
band who "died with his boots on."
The others that have gone all lived to
be old men, and moat of them, after the
breaking up of the band, lived honestly,
and died in peace.
'IOU WEEKLY R IDDnE. -Who whistled
,h irst tune and what was it?
Tei wind. Over the hills and far
~ When you are miserable
<And not a bit cheery
p~ u can always find Sympatthy
Cricket Hicks has about quit
going to church, as he has to
stand up in his tight shoes ev
ery time the congregation rises
Luke Mathewsla. who has
been against the Germans since
the war started, has finally de
cided to be for them from now
on, and will lend his full support
and influence in their behalf.
The road from here to Bound
ing Billows should by all means
be straightened. While the cost
will be considerable, it can be
taken off of the mail carrier's
salary, on account of his not
having to travel so.far.
Dock Hocks wore his ear muffs
to an ice 6ream supper on Mus
ket Ridge Saturday night.
A gentleipan with a monkey
and a han" fave an open
air concert ille one day
last week. 3ndance was
very large, ing the fact
that the ( -i not adver
tised in ad'
Tobe Mot ks dogs are
a lot of pl it they are
awful exp is a lot of
scraps have F, t for them
from every .
Yam Sirp. 4 ce new blue
suit of clotlh , bw cannot get
full credit for b6 , appearance
in then) ur .,hite mule
RazBarlov. i , -rdsonuch
about' hotek deci'ded to
take a good the one in
Tickville the . .e: he goes
The Calf 1', . hborhood
was visited by Ind storm
Wednesday afternool. No se
rious damage was done, as there
is nothing of importance there
to be damaged.
The Stock Remedy You
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Some men are forty or fifty
Years old and have never been
married but one time.
The wife of the editor of the
Tickville Tidings has about come
to the conclusion that life is not,
Someof the big preachers have
agreed to hereafter preach that
there is no hell. The Hog Ford
preacher says if -there aint any
a lot of people will be badly
Frisby Hancock was in Hog
wallow yesterday from theGim
let Creek vicinity. He reports
that a good many of the fish
were strangled to death during
the recent high water by trying
Movinit pictures have reached
Tickville. The only apparent
difference between these and the
magic lantern is that in the latter
all the characters seem satisfied
to rreekvire tley are placed
on the curtain.
Ellick Hellwanter thinks a
person hasuto hustle even to
catch fish. He says you might
sit all day on the creek bank and
listen for fish and never hear
one. But if .you advertise for
them with bait and put it* within
their reach they will be heard'
as grown folks demand
substantialthings to eat
cachooish.len as youeigh
There is something ex..
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We have never shown a better' assoitiment of
Spring Goods, Ready-to-wear Suits, Shirtwaists and
Dresses than we now have for your inspection at our
Our Millinery Department is complete in every
detail and you will be more than pleased with the
display of hats.
Bright and fresh as a summer morn are the new
wash dress fabrics which are coming in daily. They
contain all the season's newest tints.
It will, pay you -to see us and it -will please us
4 to -see you.
. Yours truly,
FOLGE R, THORNLEY & 00
Clothing, Shoes, 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, MitclVll Wagons, Carhart Overals. Call for Buttern
I A lirand Spring Showing |
n At EDWIN L. BOLT & CO.'S, Easley, S. C.E
n Of all new things in.1Dress Goods, Silks,White Goods,
) Ladies' Ready to Wear and Millinery. You may rest
nt assured that you can come to this store and fine just
~what you are looking for in the above lines and at
n prices just as cheap or cheaper than you would find ~
~the same class of goods at any of the big city depart
n ment stores. It will pay you to come to this store and do
your Sprnnf shopping. Remember to make our store
n your headquarters. When in Easley make this store ~
Syour waiting room; we will be glad to show you *
Sthrough whether you wish to buy or not.
- Some Pretty New Spring Goods Coa Sit
Beautiful showing of new Striped Silk, 25c yard. Spring begins for. a worhan with her first ne
Flowered Organde, lots of pretty patterns, 25c yd. suit. Don't fail -to- see therm-the new shoulder
Prite dot5 y a nd white Swiss. 36 inches wide, good hrred wites and ackets coand the frt uits
White Marquisette, all new patterns, worth about weaves now on display and reasonabey ptyce.a
75c yard. Our price 59c yard. - $7.95 $250adupt$5..
X( "Georgianna" Satin Edg Crepe de Chine, in any . ,1.0 n pt 2.0
shade you want It, 50c yard. New Butterick Patterns for Spring.
ySik Finish Tissue Ginghams, very special at 15e New' Middie Blouse
New sprig ptterns in "Toll du Noird" Ging-J Plain, white, fancy, etc.,= 5e and 98c.
hams 121-2eyard .
"Utility'' Dress Ginghams 10c yard. Lots of Pretty Shirt Waists
36-inch China Silk, black, white, pink, nav blue Just arrived, 93c, $1.50, $1.g and $2.48. ~ '
~( and Copenhagen, good value for the money, 48c yd. Mil----ry
Taffeta Silk, sells regularly at $1.26 yard. Our OrMlney pa etio pete wihev
prieauiu Wa8ks2c yard.j thing that's .new in Ladies' Headwear. This de
utifl Wah Slks 5c yrd.partment is.in charge of Miss Gibson, a milliner c
much experience and training. You can visit tb.
Some Values at Sc Yard soe nesny l *t.treaduyoratnda
Apron Ginghams.........-..- ...--........--S c Yard
Calico..- _...._- .....-_..-.......----....S c Yard Sport Coats For Ladies and Misses
Dress Ginghams.-....-........-----.---c Yard I We r shown rtyln fSrn o
LL. Sheeting-.....- --------- -----. . c5 Yard all the lading colors and styline ofPri $C0 oa -
EdwinaL. B@It& Co.
.~ Easley, S. C.
"The Store That'8 Always Busy"
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