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The Pickens Sentlel
PICKEN8, G. C.
SEPTEMBER 14, 1916.
Entered at Pickens Postoffi'e as Second Class
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GARY HorTT, Manager.
obituary notices and trinutes of respect of
not o"inrone hundred words will be prInted free
of cnarge. All over that number must be paid
for at the rate of one ecent a word. Caen to
accompany mianuscript. Cards of thanks pub
lished for one-half cent a werd.
N3IT stop: Court week --Sept. 25.
Do NOT forget that September 30 is
orphan work day in South Carolina.
UNLEsS you bear with the faults of a -
iriend you betray your own. -Syrus.
BE'rWEEGN politics, baseball and the
war, the flood sufferers have almost
THERE's no use for Henry Ford to sue
a nqwspaper for damages. They can't
af-Ford to pay!
To "laugh and grow fat" is all well
enough for a phrase. But when you get.
fat you get laughed at.
ALL of the succeesful candidates were
elected by "rousing majorities," what
ever they mean by that.
WHOLSALE purchase of the electorate
has been supplanted by the wholesale
deception of the "mob."
WHEN Secretary of War Baker came
south on his speaking tour he found the
Solid South as solid as ever.
THERE were a lot of line vacations
cut short on account of the threatened
railroad strike. "It's an ill wind," etc.
Now they are talking of condensing
the Ten Commandments to suit "busy
people." But what's the use? So many
people don't know (or care) what they
ANoNG the questions recently asked
his pupils by a school teacher near Pick
ens was, Narne three great men. One
pupil's answer was, George Washing
ton, Cole Blease and Sam Craig!
"A PIENROSE by any other name
woild smell as had," says The Pickens
Sentinel. Wrong! Transylvania's Pen
rose is superb.-Brevard News. We
were referring to the Pennsylvania
WEC'RE so glad the Congressional
Record has ceased publication for a
while, because we won't have to read
those "Extension of Remarks" of Con
gressman lDudley Dolittle of Kansas
ONE reason why we cannot give more
to foreign missions is because some of
our most enthusiastic believers in for
eign missions also believe in foreign
printing and sendi their printing orders
out of town.
'Tis said that the:Philadelphiailmint
is going to turn "out a million "or so of
new silver dimes this week.jjThe new
design is said to be very striking. We
wish about a dozen orlso of them would
strike us about novw.
WiTH nearly all of Europe a smashed
pile of junk. Republicanlspellbinders
wvould have the people believe that "af
ter the war'' the victorious nation will
come overland pounce uplonl America.
Rot, all rot, pure and simp~le.
TH'IAT Georgia millionaire farmer, Jim
Smith, about whose wealth there has
been such a rucus, was certainly a for
tunate man in his lifetime. According
to some of the claimants for his money
~he had three mothers. Most of us are
:lucky to have one.
CAN~D'1DATE H Uc H10s may personally
favor organized labor, but his party
'does not. He gets his orders as to
where, vwhen anti to whom he shall
'make~ speeches from the bosses. And
a Labor Day speech was not on the
party bosses' program.
How. CHARLES A. INDBERGFI, con
~re'shman froin Minnesota, says it is the
plain truth that "neither of the domi
nant political parties, as at present led
~and manipulated, is fit to manage the
'destinies of a great people." There
iore it is plain as daylight that thin
-govetnment should be turned over to
eh Hon. Charles A. Lindbergh of Min
SEVERAL Nolth Carolina newspapers
'Vare arguine that all pistol-toters should
De placed in jail for at least five years,
not somie'of them object on the ground
' hat there would not be jail room. But
If the average pistol- toter knew that a
e~~ rm of years on the chiin-dang await
Lf d him wouldn't he positively refuse to
% tte one? He sure would.
-hong WE~EKLY RIDLfE. -Why is a man
ho has nothing but his illustrious an
Sesi'y'fo boast of like a potato?
~ iThe only go'od belonging to him is
Stal1e of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
In dommzton Pleas Court.
Robet C. Baker, plaintiff,
Zilpha M. Baker, et al., defendants.
By virtue of a decretal order in the
above-stated case, signed by His Honor,
T. J. Mauliin, Judge of the Thirteenth
Circuit, at chambers at Pickens, S. C.,
and on file in the Clerk's office of Pick
en5 county, dated the 14th day of Au
ust, 1916,1 will sell to the highest bid
Malernd y 1.n October, 19145,
during the legal hours of sale, at Pick
ens Court House, S. C., the following
pieces, parcels and tracts of land, to-wit:
(1) All that piece, parcel or tract of
land in the toWn of Pickens, county and
state aforesaid, adjoining lands of R. T.
Hallum, T. J. Mauldin and others, and
containing one (1) acre, more or less.
(2) A vacant lot of land in the town
>f Pickens, said county and state, ad
joining lands of the'estate of G. S. Le
gare, J. McD. Bruce and others, and con
taining one (1) acre, more or less.
(3) All that tract of land partly with
n the corporate limits of the town of
Pickens, county and state aforesaid, on
rown creek, adjoining lands of P. A.
Porter and others, and containing one
iundred and fifteen (115) acres, more
(4) All that tract of land in said
:ounty-and state, on waters of Twelve
Wile river, adjoining lands of J. W.
Karle, Israel Ferguson W. E. Findley
ind others, and containing two hundred
(nd eighty-five (285) acres, more or less.
Terms: One-third cash on day of sale
md the balance on a credit of one and
;wo years. the credit portion to be se
.ured by-a bond of the purchaser and a
nortgage of the premises with interest
hereon from said sale day at the rate
>f seven per cent per annum. Purchas
.rs must comply with the terms of the
ale within one hour or the premises
vill be resold at the risk of the former
>urchaser, purchasers to pay for all
aapers, stamps and for recording the
ame. R. R.. ROARK,
Sheriff Pickens County.
4otice To Debtors and Creditors
All persons having claims against the
state of Robert S. Lewis, deceased,
ire hereby notified to present the same
:o the undersigned on or by the 10th
lay of October 1916, duly attested,
tnd all persons owing said estate are
iereby requefted to settle with the un
lersigned on or by said date.
R. T. LEWIS,
.If there is no te
write for our Free B<
may get Service at
A postal will d
SOUTHERN BELL '
I E flatl.
% % the can and at
Good Look Gn &
Look as good as your city cousins. No
matter if you do Tan or Freckle Magnolia
Bato will'surely clear your okin indtantly.
Heals Sunburn, too. jest put a little on
your face and rub it off again before dry.
Simple and sure to please. Try a bottle
to-day and begin the improvement at
once. White, Pink and Rose-Red Colors.
75 cents at Druggifts or by mail diredt.
LYON MFG. CO., 40 So. 5th St.,Brooklyn. N.Y.
You Heard Aright
A Mr. Pickens is going to represent
Pickens county in the legislature this
year. And from what we have heard
of him he will represent it faithfully
Porter's Pressing Club
Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
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
1District 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 Count Board of Ed
ucation. R. T. HALoUM,
Secy. and Chairman.
lephone on your farm
oklet telling how you
50 cents per month
guarantee that Luzianne M
ice as far as a cheaper
atly guarantee that it will
every way. If, after you
entire contents of one can
Irections, it has not made .
hese claims, throw away 'k
ik your grocer to refuind.
He will do it without ar
te for premium catalog.
Folger, Thonley & Company's
l Our fall and winter Shoes are com in in early and our stock for fall and winter
will be larger and more complete than ever before.
p We bought our winter Shoes early this season and have saved over twenty-five -
* per cent. by buying a~s early as we did.
The leather market is very high, and shoes will be much higher in price tbi t
are today, but most of our entire stock was bought at the old prices and we .
advance prices on the shoes we have bought.
We are carr) ing lines of shoes'that we consider the best on the market, aiu
leathers, and the best workmanship.
Our line of Work Shoes are the old renowned "Battle-Axe," and Endicott, John
son & Company's for boys, men and women.
Walk-Over for men, the best line in America, from $3.50.to $5.00.
The H. 0. Godman Company's line for women and children, every pair solid.
In the nicer shoes for wonien and children, we carry R. T. Wood & Company's
for children and misses, Zeigler for ladies.
All we ask is for you to look over our stock before you buy your Fai Shoes, and we
are convinced we can save you money en evr rehsse
FOLGE R, THORNLEY i 00.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods a Specialty 4
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
+ ick Patterns.
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 cdoa
you one of the most complete lines of Fall and*
Goods ever shown in this county. We are al:
to advise - that we can sell you your goods at just
about the old price. However, merchandise is higher
today mn the wholesale market than it has been in
years before. We placed orders .early for a god
part of our fall lines, and while you will hear high
prices talked on every side, yet you can come to this
store and find goods and plentyof goods~and at about
the same price you have been accustomed to paying
Dry Goods Department Step in when you are in town and look4
See our line of 10c Dress Ginghams, them 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 12?ic not.
today, but we bought them before the ad
vance and we offer them at the old price, Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
10c .yard CaioWigtaddrkecy have Shoes for the entire family,
Toil de Nord Dress Ginghams, new fall h weaepeprdt italkndo et
patterns, 15c value, our price, 12?zc yard. oes have advanced considerably in
36-Inch Middy T will, 12?4 and 15c .yard. willnly habogh u to ck emall dane
Remember, you can come here and find on y f ew styls Whe il sowall lince
any kind of cloth you may be looking for, of Ladi'les' Hig wilp Bootw in wh itey
as we perhaps carry the most complete ad ithe Toaes Booce. $300te, $5.00
line of Piece Goods in this part of the anohrsde.Pi.$30to50.
Coatsuits, Cloaks and Dresses
Millinery Department We will show a complete line of Ladies'
We are glad to announce ihat Mrs. A. also car ry a full lin Wof diess ,aWnd
G. Halley will again have charge of our Misse' Coas e eprsendsoes ofndh
Millinery Department, and we are pre- best houses i the countrysend show h
pared to show you one of the most con yo od asotmn and a hoteyo
plete line of Ladles' Hats ever shown n ya ooie Jsrecientad, asowquote yof
Easley and the pricos are reasonable, too. adls o krce. Purice, $5.0 t no $of
Edwin L. Bolt & Co.
The Store That's Always Busy
Easley, S. C.