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PICKENS, S. C.
rd at Pickens l'ostodice au Second Clow
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PER YEAR, INYARIABLY IN ADVANCE
GARY HIOr. Manager.
ot-ituary notices and trioutes of respect of G
not n-ar one hundreI words wilI be printed free J
of ea AL over that numlser must be paid
g for at re rate of one cent a worl. Cwah to
sceompany manuscript .-arIh of thpinks rub- a
iched for one-half cent a word.
The town of spare meals P
M EN break horses out West and horseW t
break men up East. V
WONDER if Rion %ICKissick ever saw c
a dead live oak tree.'
EAT, drink and be merry-and tomor
row you may go to Keeley.
Too rary glasses cause men to make
spectacles nut of themselves.
CAP. KOENIG may now be numbered
anong the real "comebacks."
Th-H.es'.;ivING comes on the very
last day of the month this time.
lv this thing keeps up we are going
to have us a flour garden next year.
THE Cherokee News prints its church
news on the first page and its liquor ads
on the second.
A MAJORITY of the good citizens'of
Pickens county read The Sentinel. All
good citizens ought to.
A GLANCE at the latest fashion sheets
will prove the assertion that the womerr
are outstripping the men.
THE new style short dresses may
make the women I.ok shorter. but they
make the men look longer.
SUFFRAGETTES say they are going to
keep on talking till they get the ballot.
F godnes sake. give 'em tne ba;lot!
Tim e.:fe of Newberry county are
nrt worried about the high price of
shoez. as few :er.e there wear them.
1: :he ;ice of rations keep on the t
Jpward .;:!t it ws; b-- ''rease Grith
end Gravy'' for many >f us poor folks.
B L-:T IN. - W e !d ay rnorning. a
(tF: U;. to this h ur the pickpocket di
who rotbed Editor B,)ker of fort cents in
has nct leen caught in
vthe paper- that a man in
Georgia :s raising pae -at-s for their Y
furs. Hie ou.ght t.. h. Ab:e ti get quite 9
a few scents cut ..f the business.
THEY- :nay ha':e been the --go.J old t
days.' but we had rather live in these v
rtirrir g tirr-es of .M cotton than to have b
iive-d in the days 'f Damon and the o
r.ights of Pythias. h
L -T Wednesday's Columbia Record Ii
was fcur days getting to Pickens and
nobody said anything about it: but if we h
were four days getting from Columbia b
to Pickens we wou~d never hear the last I
H A OtD BOOKER, wealthy editor of
forty cents by a pickpocket at the' 't
Spartanburg fair last week. The Syar- ~
tanburg sheriff is working on the case,
but up to this time the culprit has not
IN renewing his subscription to The
Sentinel recently one of our good friends
remarked that he liked the paper fine
except that it "loved Blease too well."
If giving a man a square deal is loving
him too well we love everybody too
well. We'd even give the devil a square
FLOUR is reported to be selling for
ten dollars a barrel in Minneapolis, and
rnay go higher. Then it has to go down:
the line first to the jobber: he gets his~
*profit. Then the .wholesaler gets a
rakeoff; then the railroads take a whack
at it; of course the retailer has to make
a profit or quit business. And so it1
goes on, until the "ultimate consumer"
can't tell exactly where he's "at."
A GOOD many Sentinel subscribers
have been very punctual about renew
ing their subscriptions and we appreci
atelt. It makes us feel good. Therel
are many others, however, whose sub
scriptions have about expired and who
have not renewed. We would be pleas
4ed to have them all renew this month.
The expense of publishing the paper
has greatly increased during the past
year, but we have not cut down the size
of it and we would like to see you show
your apprecIation of a good value.
OUR WEEKLY RIDDLE.-Why is the
world like a elate?
Because the children of men do multi
- FAIR WEEK' IN COLUMBIA:
Mary had a little lamb.
But when she saw the price
She made the waiter take it back
And bring a little rice.
DumNc Eorrei or noto*JQts Hogwa
>w correspondent, was In town t
tagrdAy, wearing shoes. Dupk saI
e-ei-every near sellingshis shoes Is
din ."'if'had 'em half-soled.
A TI(A'ESTY ON JUSTICE
One of the, progressive young legi
tors who will be missed in the ne:
eneraw r ,bly Is James P. Care
r., of Pickens, who did not offer f
-Megton ,tthe House. He was tl
ul or of' a local law affecting on
lekena rcounty which should be ma,
pa.te-wide in its application. This w
eased at 'the session of 1916 and pr
ides compensation for attorneys a
ointed by the court to defend any p
on or persons charged with capital c
ege irsthat county.
3ttute allows a fee of not mo
han twen -five dollars to the attorni
rho, by'appointment of the court, d
ends any person or persons accused
apital crime. The amount comes o
f the courity treasury. The person d
ended is obliged to make affidai
wearirig th'at he or she is unable to er
oloy' cuisel and has no property e
eeding twenty-five dollars in valu
[he -judge determines the amount
The next legislature should make tE
tatute applicable to every county whi
n the state. There can be no valid o
lection to a measure which is so mar
lestly one of simple justice, for it is d
signed to remedy a situation wich oft(
esuls in a gross miscarriage of justic
What is the condition which necess
ates such a measure? Here it is:
poor man, accused of a capital crim
:annot afford to hire a lawyer. He
brought up for trial and, when tI
judge is apprised of the fact that he
without counsel, he appoints a memb4
af the bar to defend him, such counse
:f course, receiving no compensatioi
In our opinion the plain implication <
the la.w is, that such counsel should h
'learned inthe law,' but a custom c
Donvenience moves the court to appoir
the Ue ly dged attorneys who hav
just 'c'N e to the bar or who have bee
practictng but a short time. Thev ar
anything but "learned in the law. ' an
are usually deficient in knowledge o
trial practioe and trial law. A mer
stripling. with little experience, is pittei
o.' the court against a veteran and abl<
Trosecutor. The result is rarely ii
loubt. These youngsters do their'bes
mld sometimes save the necks of thei
er.niless clients. but it is common sens
hab:te rights of the accused would b
l re e, 1'ately safeguarded by olde
Th': News cannot see how this can b
r a fair trial. It is. on the othe
ani a denial of that equal justice
~m in theory, every man is suppose,
L-. a.zcorded by the state. Had itno
for the excercise of the Chie
agistrate's prerogative of commuta
'n a judicial tragedy would have bee
aI at the door of Greenvillie count
)t so many months ago when a ma
as sent to'the electric chair after hav
g been defended by a young lawye
,pointed by the court. The young ma
I the best he could, but inexperienc
trials and the unexpected and unat
Latorned strain of trying to save
an'.s le rendered his efforts ineffec
Of courei the custom of designatin
>ung attorneys is often excused on ti
ound that it gives them helpful adve
sement and throws the judicial sp<
rht Apon them. It may be good i
iem, . but it is bad for the prisoner i
me bar, who is subjected to the peril <
visection for the enlightment of
The News has observed this travest
i justice for some time and earnesti
ape s that the General Assembly of 19:
ill extend the operation of the Care
w to the whole state and provide
le same time that no attorney shall 1
ppointed on such a case who has n<
ad at least five years' practice at tI
ar. In t'his way, poor men will moi
kely have better counsel, and couns
il. *getlast a small compensatic
ar their efforts.*
The time is coming when every sta
the Union will have a public defen
r, as 4i~l sa y public prosecutor, wh.
he ~~rjian accused of crime m.
ta equial footing vWith the rii
man who can afford to employ at
ounsel. The Carey law is a step in ti
Lirection. The scales must be balanc
othat ~ealg can have no advanta
wer -poi4'rty s'n the courts where
nen are supposed to receive equal jt
M r. Clements of A tlanta stopped ov.
it Pickens and spent Monday night wi
Hdr. and,Mrs. G. R. Hendricks. He w
)fn his wvay h-o'me from a visit to I
jaughter, Miss Sara Bess, who is
school in W ashington._____
.:M satisfy you ir
have used th
i good on both
S the can and
le RUB OUT PAIN
at, with good oil.liniment. That's
I the suret way to stop them.
The best rubbing liniment is
ie Good for the Allments of
lY Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
AS good for your own Aches,
0- Pains, Rheumatism, Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
e- The Sentinel has averaged a new
of subscriber every day for the ast two;
Ut weeks. We are very grateful for the
e- interest our friends are taking in the
Frank Christopher. formerly a barber
e. in Pickens, but who for the past year
has been employed in a barber shop in
i Liberty. has opened a shop of his own
e- The Town Council of Central, South
n Carolina, having issued bonds aggre
gating ten thousand ($10,000.00) dollars,
i- to run for a period of forty years, with
a interest thereon at the rate of six per
D, cent (6 per cent) per annum, with the
is privilege of retiring said bonds in twenty
ie years; and the said bonds having been
is delivered unto the undersigned Commis
!r sioners of Public works for said Town
of Central, South Carolina: Notice is
I hereby given that the undersigned will
of accept sealed bids for the purchase of
e said bonds up to and including Novem
'f ber 17, 1916, and on said latter date, at
t two o'clock p. m., said bids will be
e opened and considered by the under
n signed at Central, South Carolina.
e Said bonds were issued for the purpose
I of establishin and equipping a sytem
f of electric lig ts for said town o Cen
Prospective bidders may apply unto
J. J. McSwain, attorney at law, Green
ville, South Carolina, for information
t respectin the validity of said bonds.
r The rigt to reject any and all bids is
R. G. GAINES,
r iD. V. BRANNON,
C. V. YOUNG,
Commissioners of Public Works for
r Town of Central, S. C. 28
f State of South Carolina, or
- County of Pickens.
rI j By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Y Whereas, T. W. Young made suit to di
ri me to gant him letters of administra- w
tion ofthe estate and effects of Samuel
n These are, therefore, to cite and ad.
e monish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of the said Samuel Young,
a deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the court of Probate, to be
held at Pickens, S. C., on the 23d day (
g of November, 1916, next after publication
e ,hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to
show cause, if any they have, why said
administration should not be granted.
or Given under my hand and seal this
It 6th day of November, Anno Domini,
1916. J. B. NEWBERY, (Seal)
a~ 27 J. P.P.C.
E A RLE'S
Kidney d iver Reed
eFor the relief of all kid
' ney and bladder troubles
n rheumatic affections,etc '
Price $1 per BottleI
is L. L. EARLE, Pichens, S C.
f..i. ~wAIN AM B. CH.4IG
Greeiiille, S. C. Pickens.S..
McSwain & CraigI
as Practice in State and Federal Courts
isGreenville Offee Phone 21C1
in Pickens Offee Phone .39
y gurante tht Luiann
wiceas fr asa chape
Ial urneeta twl
evey wy. f, fte yo
e entire contents of one canI
directions, it has not made
these claims, throw away
ask your grocer to refund .'.
He will do it without ar
And is better with everyl
his goods early before the
prices than the merchant v
Is larger this fall than ever
Serge Coat Suit, in black,
in all-wool poplins and gal
ranging in price from $1.5(
from $5.00 to $10.00. The
boys, misses, ladies and m
Our stock of Staple L
to be found in Dry Goods.
Clothing For Ev
The St6ut Men, and the nn
age or occupation may be.
See us for anything yc
best advertisement, and w
Sole Agents for Walk-C
King Stoves, Chase City I
Demonstration Agent Bowen says h
is good prices from several nurseriez
ifruit trees this season.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Jennings an<
ughter of Greenville spent Sunday
ith their parents in Pickens.
Now is the tii
your friends an<
are about $1,60(
tion to the Pian
It will certain
Sin this contest,
ASK FOR 110
Correct Styles for Fall at
Our Clothing Departme
of good values for you.
SBolt bought men's cloth
Sother merchandise, befoi
came on-, so if you are goi
why not take advantage
We are offering you t
"Prince Chap" clothing :
Every one guaranteed to p
isfaction. We have all thi
' Conservative," "Box,"
and "Double-Breasted" mc
SMen's extra heavy D)1
isuits, $10 value. Our pric<
| Men's blue and black
$15 value, for $12.50.
I Silk Kinit Swei
Norfolk and Sash Solid,
Iand Stripes. Be sure am~
display at our store-$4.98.
If We Could Ii
A personal talk with yoi
about our mammoth stoci
partijient a store within
"The Store to Put Your
ody this fall than ever before. The
advance is in better position to offer
who did not buy early. Our line of
s, Cloaks, Sport Coats and
before, and the prices are the same as
iavy blue, red and brown, at $10.00. ]
>erdines from $12.50 to $25.00. Cloaks
I to $10.00. L adies' Cloaks f rom $3.00
biggest line we have ever shown. Bit
ry Goods is the largest in the county.
Nothing but the best always. and pri'
erybody--the Little Folks,
en not blessed with stoutness. No ma
we have a fit for you.
lu may need. A nleased and satisfied ci
e guarantee entire satisfaction on ever
es, Hais and Gent's Furnishing Goods a
Iver and Zeigler Shoes, New Home 8
uggies, Mitchell Wagons, Carhart Ove
Capt. E. W. Ragsdale, who has been Th4
supenntendent of the Pickens county illust
chaingang for mary years, has resigned Meth
and Claud Welbo-n has been appointed was
to fill the position. We understand tha t The I
Mr. Ragsdale will move to Anderson joyed
county. able I
SBolt & Cc
re That's Always
ne to do your best woi
I have them to save Cot
; in addition to the Ifirs
) in prizes to be given
ly pay you to put fort
is you are almost sure I
LT'S BIG BARGAIN
gyou give us the opj
dWitr11. Ladies' all wool
d Wnte 196. black, they are
it is chock full Bolt's price $2.48.
Vhy? Because Dixie Broadcloth
*ng, as he did brown and grey, a
e the advance yd. everywhere. I
'g to buly a suit Remuember that
of Bolt's low vertised so extensi
making ladies' and
-se .well-known it is going good t
~9.95 up to $17. ('lerk to sho w you K
:ive perfect sat. Some Pret
3 new models- Jut
idols. White and gray
ckey's Korsey Coat, $5 value. Bc
,$7.98. Mixed flannel 8p
3erge, all wool, Bolt's price, $5.98.
Large check wo<
$7.98 value. Bolt's
hters Check velvet si
4, large Plaids lHolt's price, $6.98.
I see them on Railroad Fi
By clipning thia.
ave your purchases amc
m and toll you Fare) oradore wwI
Es. Ever'y de- Fre inaraiso.
itself. Won't Froo. EMitl
L. Bol 4
Faith In" "Distributors of Reli
Easley, St C.
V/I N 0j
merchant who bought
you - goods at reasonale
3etter grade f (
for children ,
'o $15.00. Sport Coatts
line of Rain Coats for
is we carry everything
.es always right.
the Big Boys,+
*tter what your shape,
istomer is a merchant's
y trade we make with
ewing Machines, Iron
ralls. Call for Butter
last of Pastor Wiggins' series of
rated lectures was given at the
odist church here Sunday night and
'ntitled "The Slums of Chica o."
ectures were well attended an en
and we hope Mr. Wiggins will be
.o give another series.
-k. Speak to
Lponls f '
t priz t
away mn adui
;o win a valu
serge skirts, navy and
svorth $3.00. all sizes.
,54-inches wide, black,
bsolutely worth $1.00
solt's price 69c yd.
Kumfy Kioth we ad
vely last season for
children's copts? Well,
his season. Ask the
umfy Kloth at $1.75 yd
v Sport Coats
~heck cgssimnere Sport
It's price, $3.48.
ort Coats, $7.98 value.
>l plaid Sport Coats,
'ort Coats, $10 value.
coupon and making
utnt to $6.00 (five dol
11 pay your Railroad
if teen miles absolutely
~IN L. BOLT & Co.
ry 1st, 1917.