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the Pickens Sentinel
PICKENS, S. C.
P U 1 LI1S H D W EE K L Y.
FEBRUARY 1, 1917.
..ntered ait 'lckens l'ostofinee as Secouit Class
S 1.50 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE
GARY HOTT, Manager.
O(itoiry notices and triottes of respect of
not o"rone hundred words will be printed free
(if charge. .l over that nbmber must be paid
for at the rate of one cent a word. cnsa to
aceomaniny manuscript. Cards of thanks 5(ulb
livhed for oine-half cent a word.
NEXT stop: St'. Valentine's Day,
I' ebruary 14.
SOM' of the stuff advertised as
"bottled-in-bond" acts like it was
bottled in hell.
TiHEiiE may be something else as
uncomfortable as a corn on each little
too, but we doubt it.
WHAT has becone of the old-fashioned
horehound stick candy like we used to
eat when we were kids?
A STORY comes from York that. they
have a ghost in that town. Which is
not so bad if it can walk.
You can see who are the live mner
chants of Pickens by reading the adver
tising columns of The Sentinel.
Wn hear there is some complaint
about the looks of the new fifty-cent
pieces, but they look all right to us.
TOBACCO is Supposed to be well cured
hefore it is put on the market, but a lot
of it smells like it has had a relapse.
TiLE dove of peace knows how to fly
all right; but, like Uncle Remus' nud
turtle, he doesn't know how to light.
Pr might help some if manufacturers
of ladies' shoes would leave several
dollars' worth of heel oIl of (ich shoe.
To "'Corresponldent" With mn 1111y
blushes we make our Itost polite how
in acknowledgement oftyour nite oif re
THlA'r booze the Arizona amtimrities
conflscated and used to sprinkie tle
streets with probably earne froin tihe
Sprinkle Distilling Co.
MEMBERS of the legilature visited
Charleston and spent a day there last
week, but we bet they never do it
again. Charleston served theta ginger
SUBSCRIBERS will please 'renew their
subscriptions promptly. Our parents
moved from Pickens to Easley this week
and we have to buy our own rations
WE understand that the people of
Spartanburg are petitioning the legis
lature to pass a law forcin~g mierclizmts
to "'throw in'" a few erackers with each
5-etcan of sardines they sell.
TliilE original foolish <question was
when the first dlentist asked. "D)oes it
hurt?"'- Greenville News. And the
second fool question was when the first
barbelr asked. "D~oes the razo'.r putll?"'
South n wmnwrt t e
maore fr ora oak Wa
al if ot ee yclvsfo
fraeeing?" get ao lnornwwa theul
is theman wh hw padspits out
tov pcenbt woth eon ofbad vertising
ains that resemblepa the censam
"wtop oo lseonty contrtaths wfe
railroading A fa good unewsmucher,
Nebry payserverttentiloustraed andor
of akdnger itsalig hil out joy-ridingbu
itwould aot tollacthin ifllinged.
thathwer vale morei than licte, fea amr
thaOdeath tohe ch man wAtsoitthe
pbor man thas leiture wumiser spenit
die woe taearing.hus
Whave heard of alotof mean tricks,'
uts about the meanest one we ever
e -qf was perpetreted by .A. M.
larpenter.of the Anderson Daily Malil,
ZZ, kg6, when he was a printer on
theGreenwood Index. Forsome reason,
or other Carpenter was not feeling very
good one day when a fellow came into,
the'printing office and said he just had
to have some circulars printed. When
the circular was "set up" it looked so'
burn that Carpenter was ashamed of it,
and he didn't do a thing but print the
Greenwood Journal's imprint upon the
circular and palm it off as some of the
Journal's work But of courte he has
since reformed and wouldn't do any
thing like that now.
COLUMBIA newspaper correspondents
are continually referring to F, M. Carey
as being of Pickens. While we wish
Mr. Carey was "of Pickens" he isn't.
His home it at Seneca and he is in busi
ness at Anderson. He'is a brother of
J. P. Carey, Sr., of PicKens and a
mighty fine man.
IT is now time for all good citizens to
begin saving up money enough to buy
an' Easter egg.
AFTiR all the earth has gone "bone
dry,"' what vill be used to-christen new
Tiin. Society for the Prevention of
Useless Noises should get busy with
one T. Roosevelt.
Praters School Honor Roll
Following is P'raters school honor roll
for month ending January 26:
First Grade. --oyt Pilgrim, Edna
Watson, Wade Brazeale, Fowler llra
zeale, Joe Massengill, Ira Porter, 1ler
man Stephens, James Iloward.
Advanced First Cralde.--Ralph Ilun
ter, Royal Lewis.
Secol Grade.- Clarence liolding, Cleo
lolding, L eia l"olding. Ilerlert Fergu
Sonl, Florene Ga Lrret., H o I ooper, Des
sic Pilgrimn, O ive Pilgrim, ames Sea
horn1, Eunlice Wvatsonl, Jamnes MNassinlgill,
Th(ird Gcrade. Eugenie Lewis, enia
Pilgrii, (Iteeni Waton, Pella lIow
Fourth1 (owale. Ala, 1mpler, Pau11lne
Fi I'th G rade. - Cromer Looper, Lucius
Mlurphre, Ira I;oldilg.
;ixt h G radeL.-Ma MaN~ssingill. Itosa
Lewis, Flora liolding.
Ninth Grade.--liatic Simmons.
MIss IDA HAKEIR,
J. D. Vlcateaty,
Appointments on Pickens Circuit
Following are the regular preaching
appointments of Rev. S. M. Jones, pas
tor in charge of Pickens circuit:
First Sunday -Porter's Chapel at 11
o'clock; Mt. Tabor at 3.30.
Second Sunday.- Bethel at 11 o'clock;
Salem at 3 30.
,lThird Sunday-Mec~inney 's Chapel at
IFourth Sunday--Gap Ilill at 11 o'clock;
TUwelve Mile at 3.30.
Itev. C. 1R. Anderson preaiches at
Friendship every third Sunday at 11
o'clock and at New Hope every fourth
Sunday at 11 o'clock.
e - and
* at t
-. ~ sold
The Luzianne Guarantee: ba~c
if, after using thne contents misi
of a can, you are not satisfied -e
in ever9 respect, your gro
Cer will refuind your money. prof
the 12eily-Taylor Cc
( is COMING
E~ N IT WITh
RUB OUT PAIN
with good oil liniment. That's
the sureft way to stop them.
The best rubbing liniment is
Good for the Allments of
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Good for your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism. Sp~ains,
Cuts, Burns, Etc.
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
Dayton School HQnor Roll
Below is the honor roll of Dayton
school for the month of January:
First Grade.-Roma Burns, Queenie
Burns, Elizabeth Couch. Margaret Day.
Second Grade.- Ruth Couch, Ada
Froeinan, Oliva Stegall, Alta Tanner.
Third Grade. -Gr4ce Freeman, Her
man i awkins, Nellie Leslie. Florence
McCombs, Clarence Thon pkins, Lola
Tlhompkin, MilIman Satterfield.
Foulrth Grade. -Bertha Burns, Hessie
Burns, Eva lawl: ins, Il Leslie, Pal
mer Stegall, (Genlet Tanner.
Fifti (;rade.--- Roy Burns, L. E. Free
Iman, Ben Wilson, Marie Wilson.
Sixth Grade. Villie Burns.
Seventh Grade.- Rosa Satterfield,
Terne Thompkins, Della Thompson.
Ninth Grade. -Willie Duncan, Ernest
ADA 11. MILLER, Principal,
GERTRUDtm D. FOSTER, Asst.
Teachers' Meeting Postponed
We are requested to announce that
the the teachers' meeting that was to be
held Saturday, February 3, has been
posti oned until Saturday, February 10.
Tacher s will pc e t ike notice that
tY . may govern themselves accordingly.
Free Flower Seed
Tells You About It
No matter whether you farm on a
largo scale or only plant vegetables
or flowers in a small way, you need
Hastings' 1917 Seed Catalog. It's
ready now and we have a copy for
you absolutely free, if you ask for it,
mentioning the name of this paper.
In addition to showing you about all
the varieties of vegetables, farm
grass, clover and flower seeds, this
catalog tells how you can get free five ..
splendid varieties of easily grown, yet I
beautiful flowers, with which to beau
tify your home surroundings.
Good seeds of almqst every kind I
are scarce this season, and you can't I
afford to take chances in your seed
supply. Hastings' Seeds are depend
able seeds, the kind you can always
depend on having "good luck" with
You are going to garden or farm
this spring. Why not insure success
so far as possible by starting with
the right seed? Don't take chances
that you do not have to.
Write today for Hastings' 1917
Catalog. It's free and will both inter
est and help you to succeed in 19-17.
--H. G, HASTINGS CO., Seedamen,
as, Ma'arn; and you don't
to take it -for granted, either.
can prove the first by taste,
the second by arithmetic.
a c:an of L-uzianne. U.se
the qu~ntity you ordinarily
id. If it dcesn't go farther
taste be'tter than other ;offee
he price, tell the man who
it to you and he'll give you
Syour mone1y. Make no
akce, Luzinnno is great coffee
xceeding great. Ask for
mxp any, .New Orleans
Approved By Three Gene
Faithful Service and Hone
of the Mitchell Wagon a
We have sold The Mitchell Wagon fc
Pickens County, and can truthfully say
4 dissatisfied with his putchase of a Mitchell
4 not a hundred miles from Pickens, cam
4 Mitchell Wagons, saying that he would
that he )ought a 2 3-4 two-horse Mitchel
day bought a 2 3-4 two-horse wagon of ai
ularly an(l the Mitchell is as ()ml today i
+ ready for the scrap plIe.
4 Yo01 will had)( ot'lhi-S, tarmc'r-; and III
Mitchell Wagon by tst.
W\e know from experience that the T
States, regardless of price. If you (Ion't
A little higher in price, perhaps. tht
ference. What does a few dollars aiou
in the wear of a wagonif
4 When better wagons are built, Mitchi
Clothing, Shoes, Hais and G<
Sole Agents for WAalk-Over and Zeigle
King Stoves, Chase City Buggies, Mitcelie
don't You thil
paper, so it wo
like it-we kii
V A IN
You to Know that You Cr
ED WIN L. f0)
At the same low price yoi
have advanced from 20 to 4
We are going to give our cri
buying. Below is some of o
Women's Cloth Top, High Heel, wort
Women's Vici, High Heel Button, wo:
Women's Vici, High Heel Lace, worti
Women's Box Calf Button for.
Women's Vici Kid!B utton for.
Men's Ruana, English Toe
Men's Riana, English Toe
Men's Gun Metal, worth $4.00, for..
We have jnsi. finished taking inivent ory
,a huger than we thought, so we are prepart
In this doepartmentI von will finad ever
(luality wvith plenty of variety of colors.
All WVool serge. 36l inches wide, all c
dleal hetter one for $1.00 yard.
Crepe (Ie Chine, :36 inches wide, wvortl
Silk Stripe Poplin for 25c yard. Also
white for 25c, and many other things I
will save vou money on every purchase.
All of: our Ladies' Ready-to-Wear at
Coat Suits, made of Ali Wool Poplin, in n
prices. Ladies' Skirts in blue, black, and
Ladles' Waists and Middy Blotuses. Y y
room for spring goods that will arrive in
(customer' alwas s a customer.
rations - Eighty-Four Years of ,
st Goods-That Is the Record
nd a Record to Be Proud of
r fifteen years, have sold hundred of them in
that we have yet to find one cus omer who is
Wagon. A few days ago a prosperous farmer,
e in our store and inquired about our stock of
want another one in a few day3. He told us
I Wagon from us five years ago, and the same 8
iwther make. Both wagons had been used reg
is when he bought it, while the other is about
.nher mn, just like this man, w11o know the
4Iitchell is the best wagon made in the United 8
believe this is so, just ask any man -who hasq
mi other vwagons, )ut more than worth the dif- 8
it to, when it means several years' difference 8
ll will build them.
rs titil1 ,
DRNLEY & 00.
,nt's Furnishing Goods a Specialty 8
r Shoes, New Home Sewing Machines, Iron 8
I Wagons, Ciart Overalls. Call for Butter- 8
O Who liave been borrowing your neigh
bor's copy of The S2ntinel every week;
ik it would be better for you to subscribe for the
>uld reach you every week? Your neighbor doesn't
ow because some of them told us so. Come on and
week. We'll hu sIl-1 to have you.
Buy Your Winter shoes from
i could last fall, although shoes
0 per cent. in the last 90 days.
stomers the benefit of our early
ur shoe specials:
h $3. 50, for__ $29
eth $4.00, for.. --$34
- ----.-*--.- $2.48
and~ we find ou stock of Men's Work Shoes
d to save you moncy on every pair.
ything marked! at the same low price and high
lors, worth 65 to 75c, our price 50c. A great
65c vard. Our price 50c yard.
solid color Popl ins in black, bhie1, red, tan and
30 numerous to mention. Jutst remembier' we
~reat reductions. We have a lot of beautiful
avy, black, blue and garnet, at very attractive
black and wvhite check. Also a pretty line of
e want to reduce our stock in order to make
he next tew (lays. Give us a call. Once a
Bolt & Co.
t's Always Busy
v, S. C.