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JUNE 29, 1916.
Entered at Plclens- Postofilee as Second Class
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GARY IoTT, Manager.
Obituary notices and trioutes of respect of
not oqrono hundred words will be printed free
of charge. All over that number must be paid
for at the rate of one cent a word. Uash to
accompany manuscript. Cards of thanks pub.
lished for one-half cent a word.
IF you do not enroll by July 25 you
Now is a very good time for all the
Roosevelts to enlist.
THERE will be little trouble in getting
recruits for the home guards.
WONDER if it will be safe noW to put
away all of 'T. R.'s latest pose pictures?
AS AN orator, John Madison Des
Champs of Columbia took the hun at the
ANOTHER pathetic little incident of
everyday life is hearing an old maid
plan her wedding.
THERE is nothing like having lots of
good friends; but deliver us from the
fool political friend, please!
MRS. CATT, suffragette leader, has
roasted President Wilson for his views
on votes for women. Scat!
SURELY Booker of the Spartanburg
Journal isn't for Fairbanks, even if he
is the original buttermilk booster.
JOHN T. DUNCAN, candidate for gov
ernor, was "in our midst" last week.
He was accompanied by A. System.
"RosE sells it for less."--Advertise
ment in Spartanburg Journal. What
does Rose sell, Booker-buttermilk?
IT is only seven miles from the capi
tal to Camp Styx. Those Columbia
girls, sometimes referred to as angels,
won't have far to fly.
"SU1PERFLU0OUS hair quickly disap
pears,'' says a hair tonic advertisement.
And some hair that is not superfluous
disappears just as quickly.
It- the parties sending out those mil
lions of return postcard advertisements
would put a stamp on them, " perhaps
some of them might be returned.
Two 1LANKS in R. A. Cooper's plat
formr stand out, prominent: More lib
beraf'ihnAi and equal standard of
punishment for rich and poor alike.
CANDI DATE H UGHIES,says he doesn't
wvant Hitchcock for his campaign man
ager. Which showvs that even a Repub
lican p)olitician has ,lucid intervals at
-SOME men with good American names
wvill be found here and there knocking
the Wilson administration; but most
always the Americanism ceases with
* A SUPREME court judge has no busi
ness wading around in the mire of Re
publican politics, and it is well for the
people that Mr. Hughes is no longer ori
THE scientist who has declared thai
"all idiots should be killed off in theii
infancy" evidently overlooked the faci
that war all over the world is decreas.
ing the population too fast as it is.
COL. RION MCKISSICKc of Greenvill(
recently had fourteen dollars and r
speech stolen from his p)ockets while he
sleptin a hotel. He saved his sen-sen,
however, having had the foresight tc
put that under his pillow before -he
-WHILE other employers all ovei
tie country are announcing that the
pay of 'the members of the national
guard who have others dependent ori
.them, Henry Ford comes along to an
nonnece that he will not only stop their
*pay, but he will fire every one of his
employea who answers the call.
SQME people are too inquisitive. In
a -nearby city one of the civic bodies
h a committee of men out among the
rsestrying to get some recruits to
bfing the local militia. company up tc
the required number. One of the com.
nilttee while on his rounds, so the story
ges, came across a young man and
asked him if he would enlist, telling him~
they only needed two more. The young
in~ an said he had not enlisted, and asked
the committeema'n, also a young man,
Ifhe would enlist. "Oh, no; I am on a
b~yhad the wrong kind of material on
'~it -t committee, and the interviewed
was entirely too inquisitive.
S4OUIR WEEKLX RIDDLE.- What lesson
S3f9 can the smi'iall boy learn from the
It nust work or it can't play.
ANoTHER failure marked up forXflo
York: A hotel Is. to bd)4Ilt-iWt t ,lty
for girls only. It will be desittd the
THOSE North Carolina tnilifismen
can't be blamed much for going to
Mexico. Anything to Iget away from
that 2-qt. law.
A beautiful home wedding on .une 18 was
that of Mliss Cottle Roid and Mr. Walter Stewart,
which was solemnlzed at 8 o'clock at "itivor.
side," the lovely residence of the brido's auit'
Mrs. L. C. Gassaway, Liberty route 3.
The house was tastefully decorated in pliik
and white. 'he porch, where the ceremony
took place, was especially attractive, the color
'lclionc ef jnk and white being eart led out.
Just before the cereiony Miss Addle Me.
Whorter plyed "Melody and F" by iubenstein,
while during the ceremony she softly played
"Melody and Love." To the sweet strains of
Mendelssohiti's the bridal party came on the
poich. The little tiower girls, 1u nice and Enil
Riobertsoi, weiring dailtity white frocks with
phiik -.ashes and carrying pink baskets filled
with inimk rose., eame first. Then caie the
brile attid groon. followed by Rev. W. C. Sea
horn. who performed the. cerenony in an fiai
iss Ileid's exquisite bridal gown was of
duchess sattit diaped with orange blossoms.
lier veil wits artistically draped with orange
blossoms land she carried a shower bouqluet of
pink md white sweetpens tied with pitik and
I nniediately aifter the ceremony a delightful
informal reception was .held, during which a
tempting salad course was served by 5Mrs. 11W.
McWhorter, Misses Claire itlebbourg and Addle
McWhorter. Mrs. P1. I.'. Robertsott and flovie
Tie guests who were present for the wedding
were; Mr. Lemuel Reid of Atlatita, Ga., father
of the bride; Mr, and Mrs. Jim Craig and clil
dren of Pickens; bir. -ind Mrs. Ui. W. MeWbor
ter, R. C. Iobinson, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Uant and
children, 1oy Watkins, Misses Addie McWhor
ter and Claire tichbourg of Liberty, Mr. and
Mrs. P1. C. Robertson and children, Mr. and Mrs.
S.W. O'Dell and #-hildron, Mrs. Lucretla Goude.
lock, Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Seaborn, Misses Ituth
and Kate Stewart, Ilovie Seaborn, Mr. and Mrs
irown Goudelock and Miss Narcissus Clayton.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart are at home to their
friends at the home of irs. L. V. Gassawar,
Liberty route 3.
Norris News Notes
MN rs. E.UI. Smith aiid sen Frank of near Easley
spelit Sndililay as the guests of her daughter,
N is. Thltoittas Silitl.
M.'s Olivia Nalleyand husband of stear liasiey
were the utoitiniy gnests of Mr. and Mrs. T. T.
Messrs. It. W. loroughs ind Tom Gat rett
motored to .-ieville last Tuesday attd earried
Miss Ilattle loroiths, who will spend two
weeks in Asheville.
M r. atnd ars. Sloai )urhai or West Pileketi
were tIhe guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. M. linker
Prof.Kirby and fiamily of Donalds havemoved
fit our midst. The former has accepted ti
principtlship here and school will begin in
Sati Howen of Easley Is spending a while
with his btother . E. Rowen.
U. A. Alexander mllade a flying trip to idberty
Mr. aitid Mrs. Thomas Maddox of Pickens are
the guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
D. Hi. Maldox.
Prof. and M rs.,J. L Willis of Six Mile spent
last week in Norris visitIng the dIil'erent men
bers. Moniday they left for a visit to Washling.
isPs Enmma Smith uipentt tih Sweek-enid at the
hiomte otf her cousins, Mr. anid Mrs. Charlie
Smith, itear town.
There will be aillday memorial services hlcd
at Golden Creek 1laptist church the thIrd Suit.
d ay in .1 uly. All good singers come and bring
Stores to Close on Fourth
W e, thte n ndermigned merchants, agree to ciose
our stores ont the F"ourthi of .July;
Hlobbs-lientdersons Co.,Craig llros. Co., Picem
Hard ware & Grocery Co., II. S. Joh nson, B. p'
Parsonis, Morris & Co., 't. D). Harris, F~olger,
Trhorntley & Co., Pickenus Mercantile & Lumbet
Subscribers who want the address ol
their paper changed should always send
notice direct to The Sentinel office,
giving name of old postoffice as well at
the new one.
If you are hot or thirsty read the ad
vertisement of the Piekens Drug Co,
In your search for the
cat coffee, you take no
Luzianne. Each can
guarantee: "After usir
this can according to d
eatisfied in every resp(
fund the money you pa
a money-back gua~rante
use one-half as f/nuch
coffee. Write for pren
Look as good as your city cousins. No
matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolia
Balm will surely clear our skin initantly.
Heals Sunburn, too. ust put a little on
your face and rub it off again before dry
Simple and sure to please. Try a bottle
to-day and be in the improvement at
once. White. Pink and Rose-Red Colors.
75 conts at Druggitst or by mail direct.
LYON MFG. CO., 40 So. SthSt., Brooklyn. N.Y.
Cedar Rock Happenings
Joseph teeves, a Confederate veteran, died
Su tday .lu ne 5. ple was79 years and 0 months
old. Ile was stricken with paraiysis a week
before his deittih at the home ;f his daugl.ter,
Airs. .itmes Spiearnan, of this section. lie
leaves a comipailonl and five daughters to
mourni his death and i host of friends. Ills
anigh~terN ar:e irs. Adlhie lilradley Riggins,
MIrs. John 3edli, of Six M6ile ad imrs, James
Spearmint. Itev. W. C. Seaborn conducted the
finieral services and interment took place at
Cedar Hock church londay, .1 une 26.
Mrs. Mel. Fariner had as her guests one day
I1ast week Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dilworth of
Greenville and Mfr. and Mrs. Remus Henderson
of Aidetson. These parties made the trip thru
in a car.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Stewart were the guests of
,%r. and Mrs. Joel i. Miller last Sunday.
The Cedar Rock Home Club meets at Cedar
Rock school house July 2. Let every lady that
is interested manifest the same by their pres.
ence. flour, 1.30. SUSIE.
Death of Little Marvel Simmons
June 10, 1016, the death angel entered the
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Simmons and
claimed for heaven little Marvel Nathan, aged
II months and 10 days. tHe was a sweet child
and loved by all. It is hard to give our darling
up, but the Lord knows best and we bow in
humble submission to Him doeth all things
well, and we point the father and mother to the
God of all comfort. Ills body was laid to rest
in Porter's chapel cemetery the (lay following
his death in the presence of s '1rge concourse
of sorrowing fdionds.
Angel, call the little dIrling
lrom all care and pai, away
To the realms of fadeless joy,
To that land of purest day.
We will udisH thee, oh ! how sadlV;
No sweet fave now to kiss;
llt we we will meet the little darling
in the home of Perfect lilis,
Read the change of ad of the Keowee
For Superintendent of Education
I hereby announce myself as a candi
date for re-election for County Super.
Intendent of Education, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary.
The Southern Railway
Premier OCarrier of the South.
are piublishe'd as mforma~tion ma d are
No. Leaving Eule~ky T'ime
42 F'romn Se.,eca to Oberlotte. 8 )28 at mi
12 " At anta to Charlotte 1 38 p in
40 " A tlanta 1.0 Ourot 6.25 p mn
39 "' Cha'.rlot-tA' to Atlanta 1 2.()1 p in
11 "' Oharlotte to Atlanta 3 30 pm
41 " Charlotte to Atslanta 9) 55 pm
29* " Washington o Bham 7.7 am
*Stop on stgnal to receive passeel gers
For complete information w'rite
W. R. P'ABERt.
P. & T. A . Greenville, 8. C,
W. E. McGisE. A 0. P' A.,
Columbia S. C.
One dollar for a 'year's sub
scription to The Pickens Senti
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ens county man can make.
Read this paper over and then
see if you can e~et as much any
wvhere else for t wo cents Renew
your sube ription as early as
you can, please.
best and most economi
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carries this unqualified
ig the entire contents of
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ct, your grocer will re
id for it." We also give
e that you only have to
Luzianne as a cheaper
June and July Sale o ants of Dy Go
WT E HAVE just gone through our stock of DryGoons, and find a great many rem 4
nants in small pieces from two yards to ten yards, that we will offer through
June and July at abou't half price. These goods are nearly all *newv goods, bought
this spring, and the colors in every piece are absolutely fast, anIin the lot goU *11 find
* a varied assortment of White Goods, Colored Lawns, Ginghams, Char
Colored Voils, Rice Cloths, Crepes and Poplins.
This is not a sale of old, refused goods that have been chrried over froi -, :
but are all perfect goods with fast colors.
Anyone that can use these small pieces will do well to look them over, as they .are
going at about half price. 4
Our Stock of Dry Goods Is Always Complete
And we have a large stock of Dress Goods suitable for summer wear, consisting of
White and Colored Lawns, Lykelinens, Batistes, White and Colored Vil, and a corn
plete line of Contex Wash Fabrics-colors absolutely fast.
Our Prices Are Always Right, and We Are Always
Pleased To Serve You.
FOLGER, THORNLEY 00.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Sole Agents for Walk-Over, and Zeigler Shoes, New Home Sewing Machines, Iron 4
King Stoves, Chase City Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Carhart Overalls. Cal ffor Butter
4*rick Patterns. I
The Setinel For Job Printing
Some July Specials at
y EzASLEY, S. C.
Thd early spring trading is about over and we are going to offer sot i 1
through July in every department of our immense stock, which is ver.2~iLa
the new things in Ladies' and Children's-Ready-to-.Wear, and all kinds of Dr Good d
) Notions, Shoes and Slippers; also Men's and Boys' Fine Clothing. ry
) Wais at onl $1. Ths wait at $1 is te peest waist an bes nalueaevter oferedt
he tvery8 newest thing in vaists. We carry also a pretty line of silk waists at from $1.19
lwPrettyr Piec1e od.One large table in center of store ful of muslin and figured
~~~~~A lan1a1ro1Vct lc
Just rAeceived some pretty 36-inch White Voile. Good value at 25c d 3
sp e6 i s y o r u y argai n -inc h Blck Taffeta Silk, w or h $1 .2 to 1. 0 , on l $ 1. 5 5
36-inch Pajama Cbecks at 10c, 12 1-2c and 15c.
36-inch sof finish Long Cloth. A good value for 19c yard.
Some Calico in light and blue, worth 8c. Our price 6c yard.
Plenty of Apron Gingham at from 5c to 10c yard.
Pretty line of Dress Ginghams and Chambrays at 10c yard.
der, L ae bies fr Si irts.Just reciyedfrom northern maket, big stripes in laven
$500eady-Made Skirts in wool poplin, in lightweight, medium anid .heavy, at $2.50 to
L des WenuhSkit in gaberd ne ponli, midd twil and linen at from 98c; to $2.50. ~
Men s Palm Beach and Cool Cloth Suits at reduced prices.
Men's Palm Beach Pants, worth $1.60, for only $1.00.
adi aes kHaths e at Brin n dw iste time to close out our Spring Millinery. .These )
Some July Specials---FOOTWEAR FOR SUMMER
S~ OMETHING THAT WILL GIVE YOU SPLENDID SERVICE AND SEVEN DAYS
OF COMFORT IN EVERY WEEK.
Palm Beach Slippers to match the suit at $1.60 and $2.00.
MariJt n Pm ps in w hee May Janten a ls spool hee ip at $1.25 and $1.50. )
Plenty of tenis pumps, both in black and white, to fit any foot, 'at 50c ad 6
Beacon Slippers for men and young men at from $3.00 to $4.00. A bete ona n 0h.
Thompson Bros. handcraft line at $4.50'to 85.00. etroei h
We are headquarters fos good shoes at reasonable prices.
Underwear.-There is real comfort in Cooper's Klqse Crotch union suits at 50cad $1
SPay Us a Visit It Will 'Be to Your Advantage H.
THE BATTERY, Edwin L. Bolt & Co., Easley, S. C.
THE STORE THAT IS ALWAYS BUSY