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SJIWTEMBER 7, 1916.
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lished for one-half cent a word.
NEXT stop: September 12.
IS EvERYBODY happy?
THE man who says he has no faults is
AS THEY sing it in Anderson: "Oh,
Oun ignorance is colossal; but, thank
God, we know it.
WE were able to smile weakly by
Saturday. We're normal now.
THAT loud noise you don't hear is the
kiddies shouting because school begins
OuR conscience is clear about every
vote we cast. We hope it's the same
IT's not what we like that does us
good, but what we get. So try it again
on the 12th.
THE Dominecker and Rhode Island
Red will be pitted against each othS
Tuo all the men we voted for were
not elected, our faith in the rule of ths
people remains unmoved.
"CHINCHBUGs Ruin Corn"--headline
Ruin nothing. Some people would drink
it if it had bedbugs in it.
WiHENEVER a man thinks he...can
amount to much within himself alone he
comes mighty near being a fool.
WE have a riddle for the esteemed
Columbia State negt week. We .hope
that esteemed contemporary will be on
the lookout for it.
IN his sermon Sunday Dr. Ramsey
said you didn't have to look into your
neighqor's heart to find evidence of the
devil. Look into your own.
JOHN HORTON got 100 more votes in
Pickens county than we ey.pected him
to get. He also got 4,000 less votes in
the other counties than we expected
him to get.
WE absolutely believe in the rule of
majority. If the people were given all
sides of every question, squarely and
unbiased, they would never make a mis
take in elections.
WEs hear that there is a large banner
stretched across a prominent street in
Charleston and paIinted on it in huge
red letters this inscription: "No Blease
No Beer-Cole Blease Cold Beer."
TFInRTY-I"ivE automobiles have been
registered in Pickena county since Aug.
1. This makes a total of 577 in the
county. We would not like to guess
what percentage of these people are*
.really able to own cars, and probably it's
none of our business, anyway.
J. M. DESCHAMPS has left the Demo
eratic fold and gone over to the Pro,
gressives. Up to today John T. Duncant
has not announced his plans, but it is
thought that he will be in the race for
governor two years from now.'
'THE SENTINEL wishes to publicly and.
sincerely thank those who' so kindly
*helped us get the election returns last
* Tuesday night, especially the telephone
operators and managers of electiop.
We are very grateful to you all.
W. L. PICKENS has been elected to
* the house from Pickens county. This
Sounds like old times, for the first mem
b 'er of 'congress from the Pickens dis
trict was Gen. Andrew Pickens. -Green
ville.News. And Luther Pickens mayr
be a member of congress from this dia
trict some of these days..
WE would be glad if those who senid
anything to The Sentinel for public'a
* tion would get It to the office as early as
piossible. Itseems like everybody waits
* until Tuesday to send in their articles.
iY enu if It is Impossible to send It
u . w are glad to get it Tuesday,
* * ''requently get articles at the
m ba te which could just as easily
b 1'.. sent to us several days before.
The re. t Is that we often have more
" an do before printing time
:ii i'things get left out of the~
~EKLY R1DDLE: Who handlea
"'' trs in a day than one of Uncle
' like our friend
Old Simon U. Lynn;
Who's going to Win.
Ltoksegood as your city cousiris.N,
terif you do Tan or Freckle Magno i
94 wall surely clear our skin indlanly.
-lea!. Sunburn, too. Just put a lattle on
rPur face and rub it off again before dry.
Ifpl and sure to please. Try a bottle
To-dy and bei*n the improvement at
)nce. White. ink an Rose-Red Colors.
F5 cent* at Druggilts or by mail diredt.
.YON MFG. CO., 40 So. 5th St.. Brooklyn. N.Y.
- OLAR T. HINTON
N ho led In the first race for Treasurer
.-Ott Pickens County.--Adv.
IF-you want to help a good thingalong
get your neighbor to subscribe for The
ELECTIONS are somewhat like the
weather. We've got to take what we
get whether we like it or not.
A fellow here today said there was
great excitement in Pickens over the
report that the Toxaway waters had
washed away a still.
CARD OF THANKS
Cards of thaukb puiblished for one-half cent
We desire to extend to the frinds and
-neighbors, and especially to Dr. Valley
and Miss Nichols, the nurse, our sincere
and heartfelt thanks for the many kind
acts and attention shown us during our
recent bereavement in the loss of hus
band and father. May God bless you
all. Mns. J. W. PACE AND FAMILY.
Columbus wagons are good
wagons. Get our prices before
you buy. Pickens Hdw. & Gro.
-See The Sentinel for Printing
I Vote For.
- - . As, Pickens Coun
Queen of the IE
(Fill out this coup)on and ma
Everybody that tries L
of all cofpes. You try
yourbaie used the entil
cording to directions,'y
/it in every way, throw
Syour 'grocer to refund
willingly.. 'Write for pi
Pickens Circui 6ociety
The 100 0., 4,6190,
circuit *me lety 4t4i u,
the par edn e,'id aAdui g th i 8,16"vdri
were Mrs.. J. *E. 'Durfiam, president;
Mrs. C. M. Gravley. tr6asure4;,Mrs. D.
A. Ellis and Mrs. M. E. Holder. The
society meets every Wednesday after
the fourth Sunday at 3 p. m., and I
always look- with pleasure for this day
to come. We wish to welome all that
will come to-this society.
MRS. S. )3. WHITE.
Miss Pauline Arledge and Norman
Capps of Pickens, were married last
Thursday morning at the home of the
bride's father, W. A Arledge, in An
Misses Ella Lewis, Florence Stewart
and Bertha Cantrell of Pickens spent
several days the past week very pleas
antly at the home of their...friend, Miss
Annie Gravely, near Pickens.
A well-established, well-equipped
and very prosperous school foi
girls and young w'omen.
Fall term begins September
For catalogue, address
J. M. Rhodes, Littleton, N.C
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
. tering, Etc.
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and -pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
suit. Special attention given to ladies'
We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
Notice of Election
Whereas, a petition from the free
holders and electors of Wolf Creek School
District No. 29 has been filed with the
County Board of Education asking that
an election be held to determine whether
an additional special levy of 2 mills
shall be levied on said district for school
Therefore, it is ordered that the trus
tees of the above-named district do hold
an election in said district on the 23d day
of September, 1916, at the school house.
The trustees are hereby appointed man
agers, the election to be conducted in
accordance with section 1742 of the gen
By order of the County Board of Ed
ucation. R. T. HALLUM,
Secy. and Chairman.
Another Car of Corn. It is had
to buy Corn but not so bad as
doing without. Another car of
Salt just in. Wil receive an
other car of Flour this wveek.
Another car of Hav will be0 in
in a few days. We sell it for
Cash, but we sell it for Less.
Come in and let us figure with
Old Postoffice Building.
Phone No. 34;
ty's candidate tor
l1it to The Pickens Sentinel)
uzsianne votes it the best
it--at our riak. If, after
e contents of one can ac
ou are not satisfied with
your can away and ask
your money. He'll do it
- IS-AAC '4HAMIU~ :-&Sol; '
The Line Supreme
The representative of the HAMBURGER line of tailored-to'weasu2'o Clothing will-be at
September 7, 8 and 9,, 1916
with aL full line of samples of Fall and Winter Clothing, evecoats, &c.' The best d U
men in the town and country say that the fit and the-inh'oe' this line is the best to
be had. The pattern you like will be here; the style ou like will be here; the fit that
will fit you riuht will be here. Daniel Webster wrote that "Tlieh world is governed by
appearances." Wear a dowdy suit of clothes and you will be voted a boob. Outside o
your close friends, folks have no other way of judging you. -
Blues. browns, grays, every shade you can Imagine% Pick out ,a mixture If .you like
that kind. Be your taste whatsoever, you will find exActly what you like best in this.
complete line. We guarantee a fit. If it likes in one spot weq.will make that spot correct
Don't Forget the Date. . Do t' IForet the Name.
Don't Forget the Place.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, September 7, '8 and 9.
FOLGER, THORNLEY & COMPANY
Pickens, S. C..
.New Fall Goods at Bolt's
We are receiving shipments of New Fall Goods daily
and in a few days we will be in a position to show
you one of the most complete lines of Fall ai t* .
Goods ever shown in this county. We are
to advise that we can sell you your goodts at just
about the old price. However, merchandise is higher 4
today in the wholesale market than it has been in
years before. We placed orders early for a good
part of our fall lines, and while you will hear high'
prices talked on every side, yet you can come to this
storeand find goods and plentyof goods~and atabout
the same price you have been accustomed to paying
Dry Goods Department . Step in whe you are in town and look '
See our line of 10c Dress Ginghams, themn over. Remember, we are glad to.
Apron Ginghams and Percales and Suit show whether you may wish to buy or
ings. These goods are easily worth 12ic fnot.T
today, but we bought them before the ad
vance and we offer them at the old price, Shoes ! Shoes ! Shoes!
10c yard. We aeSosfrteetr aiy
All kinds Calico, light and dark, 6c d. d e hare prepaed o t alendre feet.y
Toil de Nord Dress Ginghams, new fall Shoe have adeanred osirably infet
patterns, 15c value, our price, 121c yard. proe. Wae boughte ouskeraly an
36-inch Middy Twill, 124 and 15c .yard. Wyhae oag au smk al ande
Remember, you can come here anl findi on ave to chage il smaow a fulalnce
any kind of cloth you may be looking for, on adew sys Hie will Bootw in wh itea
as we perhaps carry the most complete adter Hiha Trce Boo .00i wte, $5.00
line of Piece Goods in this part of 'The anohrsae. ie 30 o$.0
Coatsuits, Cloaks and Dresses
Milliery eparmentWe will show a complete line of Ladies'
Milliery eparmentSuits; also Silk and-Wool Dresses, Will
We are glad to announce that Mrs. A. also carry a 'full line of Ladies' and
G. Halley will again haye charge of our Misses' Coats. We .represent some of the '' ~
Millinery Department, and we a p e~ best houses in the' country and cati show
pete linesowLadies'onHats ever showrn ina grice. Just received aa nelneo
Easley and the pricos are reasonable, too. Ladles' 8kirts. Price, $5.00 to $7.50.
Edwin L. HoNt & Co.
The Store That's Alsvays Busy