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' The Pickens Seutim
PICKENS, 8. C.
DECEMBER 7, 1916.
Entered at Pickels PONW1toIe Al SecOnd C
$1 PER YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVAN
GARY MIOTT, Malager.
bittiary loti(es and trimits of respec
not o-r one ho ilm ed woroi' wil be lprinted f
of char.. Al over ti:t numier uloiat ) p
for at w rate of one cent a word. Unshi
ia o t p a i m aiwriit . rtls iof thitnks p
lisytedc for one-half cent a word.
Dol*s Pickens need waterworks?
WILr, the Thanksgiving turkey has
last till Christmas?
Now IS TIHE time for all good citizer
to come to the aid of their county papei
TIIAT big noise you heard the otht
day must have been tle "fall of Mot
"K" IS THE best story we have evt
published. Not too late to begin rea<
IF you think Pickens ought to have
system of waterworks, say somethin
WiHERK is Pickens? Spartanbur
Journal. Ask tie- pickpocket. H1
WONIDER ) lWhat Would have become c
that Democratiecamipalign debt had Mr
Wilson been dfea ted?
Bir old Villa gave a sigh of relic
when he leard that, the South Carolin
troops Were to be seit hollie.
A LA 10 1hoiler in the Oranagebur
lindry exploded Ist week and cleanc
up severalne-by negru eabi uS.
MIRIt- I! t'l may have been it 1(
per cent judge and a 1I0) per cent ca,
didate, bout he is about a 2 per ce
'"Cou0I. sit up after taking one b(
tie, "' rads an advertisement. But oi
bottle Often makes many people L
I I. this Miss Rankin is as goodI lookil
as thec papers say she is, the lady w
h~e a majority as soona as she enters t
halls (It congress.
As wR predicted several weeks ag
lill! F'olger of Pickens county defeat
the Unliversity of Virginia football tel
ONCE more thle "'last survivor"' of
bandI of soldiers whichl captured Jeff
son D~avis is dead, lHe was from Oh
as a matter of course,
TuHE advice many newspapers are 1n<
giving the farmlers to plant more whc
so the price of bread wvon't be so hi
is very good, but that doesn't help a ht
gry man any just now.
A1'TER telling all about when the w
would end, the column and a half
wisdomn in one of our b)ig state dail
but we thought it was worse than th
a, PRE~SS dispatches say there is
much gold coming to thlis country fr
abroad, and the same agency says
poor people of the larger cities are f
ing starvationl because they haave I
gold enough to buy rations. As tl
would ask in No'th Caliny, "Howveum
OUR W EEKILY RuII)II. Why (lid
Because he saw thle spoon1 holder.
A P'OrtAnI maan
Is Mr. Ladd;
Hie never dloes say
"'m i feeling bad."
The Legare proj
These are the c
close in, smoot
el _-.An Exceptional Offer
Tte' Oentlnel Is now able -to offer t
the people of Pickens county the bes
reading bargain it has ever offered an
%ye are sure it will appeal to those wh.
W want good reading for every membero:
the, family the year round. We wil
call it our "All Winter Reading" clut
and you will agree with us. that it's a
dandy. We are offering The Sentinel,
The Weekly Kansas City Star, The
or Progressive Farmer, Today's Magazine,
roe The Farmer's Business Book and Alma
to nac and four selected grapevines, all
bfor $2.50. The cost of this club if sub
scribed for separately would be more
than $4.00, and we are very glad to be
able to make this exceptional bargain
just now when everything else is going
up in price. The family which sub
scribes for this club will not need any
other reading matter, unless it is the
the church paper. It will keep you
supplied with good reading matter the
year round, doesn't cost much and will
greatly aid in keeping up your rural
route. Read our auvertisement in an
other column and take advantage of
this ofter today.
Mr. Miller and Mr. Martin
On page seven of The Sentinel today
is an article written by Editor C. T.
Martin of the Easley Progress and a
h reply thereto written by Mr. Joel H.
Miller. We publish these articles
at the very urgent request of Mr.
s Miller, who came into our office last
week and stated that he had offered his
article to the Progress for publication,
r but that Mr. Martin had refused to
i- publish it in full. Mr. Miller want
ed it published in full and says he
is entitled to a reply to Mr. Martin's
article, and has no other way to get it
before the people of Pickens county
except thru The Sentinel.
a As the article which precipitated this
g controversy between Messrs. Martin
and Miller first appeared in The Sentinel
and as we have published several ar
g ticles by them since, we have agreed to
e print Mr. Miller's reply. However, this
controversy is not The Sentinel's, but
f we want to treat both gentlemen fairly,
and after this week we beg to be relieved
of printing further articles in reply to
anything heretofore printed in the con
That $All We Know About It
What does Editor Hiott know aboot
d that big still that was found in Pickens
county by the revenuers one day last
week? ---Newberry Observer.
All we know about it is that some
Greenville revenuers came down here
- from the mountains and reported that
[ they had destroyecd a big un, and one of
them called up the Greenvide News and
t- asked for a "big write-up." He evi
se dently was telling the truth about it, nw
ly ie had sonic evidence on his breath.
AN exchange says that "Flourishing
g women's clubs exist in Manilla and
ill other p~rincip~al cities of the Philippines.'
he At that they haven't anything on the
clubs American women flourish some
of Grocery Bi
at- -that's what comes o1
famous for its flavor a
oSouth. Try the entire
Ii can according to directia
-with it in every way,i
iot two pounds of any chef
used-tell your grocei
back and he'll come.
Write for premium cati
>erty in Pickens is no'
Lioicest building lots i
h but well drained,
f the mountains. I
RUB OUT PAIN
t with good oil liniment. That's
I the suredt way to stop them.
The best rubbing liniment is
Good for the Ailments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Good for your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism Sprains,
Cuts, Burns, Ntc.
25c. S0c. $1. At all Dealers.
Now that England, France and Italy
have given Russia Constantinople once
more, all that is necessary is for Russia
to take possession.
SOMETHINc not to worry about just
now: Four hundred and forty-four
years from now the timber of the United
States will be all gone, according to a
late government report.
TAMMANY HALL officials don't want
President Wilson to mix in the mayoalty
election in New York city next fall.
Tammany didn't mix in very much in
the election of the president.
COLONEL RoOSEVELT "cussed out"
quite a few voters during his speech
making tour of New Mexico. Result:
Wilson carried. New Mexico. And so it
was most everywhere he spoke.
AFTER thoro investigation we are
able, to state conclusively that the
Spattanburg Journal was in error in
showing a white speck just above Pick
ens in its recent prohibition map.
Tn Greenville Daily Piedmont's
printing plant was badly damaged by
fire last Friday and that paper has been
printed in the Daily News' plant since.
We sympathize with the Piedmont.
AN Atlanta preacher says the "Old
Time Religion" is not good enough for e
this generation, and is not as good as c
the new. However, most of us will
continue to be satisfied with the old
Tim editor of the Cherokee News of
Gaffney threw several fits last summer
because some of the boys at the York
meeting took a few drinks of likker,
but we notice his paper is one of the
very few weekly papers in this state
which carries whiskey advertisements.
It advertises more likker than any other
weekly paper we see.
You don't have to ride the
Pertect ion Plows tokeep themn
in the ground and they neverj
choke up. Sold by Pickens
Hardware & Grocery Company.
and more of it
using L.uzianne Coffee
nd economy all over the
contents of a one-pound
ns. If you are not satisfied
f it does not go as far as
Lper coffee you have ever
you want your money
Itraight across with it,
yv for sale in lots.
n Pickens, being i
and affording a
'rices reasonable j
Just a Fei
We Have Had
But What W(
In the Bu,
You are going to need
pretty a line as we have ev
dines, from $10.00 to $25.00
at some special prices from
A complete line of chi
from now till January at s
Bear in mind that thes
can buy one today for less
When it comes to boy
nishings, we are fixed for,
We handle the best I
women and children, and
off buying all the shoes y<
a pound and the United
where the prices are going,
See us for your needs
Service" are our middle n
Sole Agents for Walk O
King Stoves, Chase City B
The Rook club delightfully entertain
d at a Thanksgiving party Wednesday
vening at the home of MissOraMcFall.
n this lovely home the color scheme of
ed and green was taste fully carried out
ni pot plants, ehrysantheiums and
ututnn leaves. While the guests were
rriving a number of instrumental and
Ocil solos were enjoyed. Soon the
:uests were given clothes pins and crepe
Now is'the tii
your friends an<
are about $1,60(
tion to the Pian
It will certain
in this contest, i
ASK FOR BO:
Correct Styles for Fall an
Our Clothing D)epartmec
of good values for you.
Bolt bought mien's; clothi
other merchandise, befer
came on; so if you are goi1
whly not take adlvantage
We are offering you i.
"'Prince Chap" clothing
Every one guar'anteed to p
isfaction. We have all th
andl "D)ouble-Breasted" mc
Men's extra heavy Di
suits, $10 value. Our pric<
Men's blue and black|
$15 value, for $12.50.
-Sillk Knit Swei
Norfolk and Sash Solid
and Stripes. Be sure an<
dtisplay at our store-$4.98.
If We Could Ii
A personal talk with yoi
about our niammoth stoc]
partment a store within
"Te Store to Put Your
Quite a Touch df
eket to What Is
)er, January and F
that coat suit yet, and don't fo
er shown, at the old prices, in all
',and we are going to offar thenm
now till January 1,1917.
Idren's, misses' and ladies' cloakE
omo attractive prices.
e cloaks and coat suits were boug
than we can put them back in ot
!s' and men's clothing, overcoats
you and fixed right.
ine of shoes in the world, amoni
Endicott-Johnson Cornpan y's for
)u need for the coming year. W
States shoeing the world, it does
We are right on the job to sup
es, Hats and Gent's Furnishing G<
ver and Zeigler Shoes, New Ho
uggies, Mitchell Wagons, Carhar
paper and asked to dress the clothes
pins to represent their ideals. Miss
1sadora Williams and Mr. Earle -Sea
born wvere presented with (folls for their
artistic work. Turkey score cards were
next distributed and when partners were
found the couples engaged in Rook.
After several interesting games the
hostess suspended a large picture tur
key and asked the boys to try their skill
.Bolt & I
eto do your best
I have them to save
t in addition to the
in prizes to be gix
ly pay you to put
is you are almost su
LT'S BIG BARGA
gyou give us ti
d Wnte 116a Iies' all
d Witer ~lt. black, they
t is chock full Bolt's price $
Vhy? Because - Dixie Broa<
ung, as he did brown and ger
e the advance yd. everywhc
rig to buy a suit Remembher
of Bolt's low vertised so e
ne wvell-known it is going g
@99 up to $17. cler-k to show;
:ive perfect sat-e
B newv models- . Some
>delIs. White and
ckey's Kersey Coat, $5 valu,
3, $7.98. * Mixed flam
Berge, all wool, Bolt's psrice, 3
aters Check voh~
s, large Plaids Bolt's price, $
:1 see them on Railro
[ave your purchase
lan telyu rs) or more1
Cs. Every de- Fpre.a ad
itself. Won't Go0od until i
Faith In" "Distributors of
Easley, S. C
Is Only a Drop
.o Come In
rget that we have tI,
wool serges, popli,
to you, what we h'
, from $2.50 to $15.00, to go
ht at theo old prices, and you
shoes, hats and gent's fur
e them H. C. Godman's for
men and boys. Don't put
Ith green hides selling at 30c
n't take a Solmon to fiure 4
ply you,. and "Quality and
FY & 0o.
iods a Specialty 4
me Sewing Machines, Iron
t Overalls. Call for Butter- +
with bow and arrow. Mr. Hal Hiott
proved to be the most clever marksman.
Af ter this interesting contest the guests
were invited into the dining room where
a delicious salad course was served.
The tables were very attractively ar
ranged under the red shaded lightr.
The color scheme was delightfully car
ried out in the hand painted place cards
-autumn leaves tied with green ribbon.
work. Speak to
en away inad 4
forth some effort
re to win a valu
YvoI serge skirts, navy and
are worth $3.00, all sizes.
icloth, 54-inches wide, black,
ey, absolutely worth $1.00'
re. Bolt's price 69c yd.
bhat- Kumfy Kioth 'we ad
xtensively last season for
l' and children's copts? Well,
00(1 this season. Ask the
rou Kumtfy Kloth at $1 75 yd
Pretty Sport Coats
gray check cassimere Sport
3. Bolt's price, $3.48.
iel Sport Coats, $7.98 value.
k wool plaid Sport Coats,
Bolt's price, $5.98.
et Sport Coats, $10 value.
ad Fare Refunded !
this coupon and making
a amount to $5.00 (five dol
we will pay Your Railroad
is of fif teen miles absolutely
EWIN L. BOLT & Co.
r anu ary 1st, 1917.