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The Pickens Sentinel
PIOKE N9, S. C.
P U L I1 8 1 D W EE K L Y
MARCH 8, 1917
Entered at Pickens Postollce as Second Clasi.
$1.50 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE
GARY HioTT, Manager.
Obituary notices aiad trioutes of respect of
not o-r one hundlred woids will be printed free
of charge. All over that number must be paid
for at the rate of one cent a wont. Cash to
accompany nuscript. Cards of thanks pub
lished for one-half cent a word.
JOHNNY, get your gun!
NEXT stop: St. Patrick's Day
HE's with usonce more -ouroId friend
Colonel Five Paydays.
Oult ex-congressman is Aiken, but we
don't believe he's sore.
WE, understand that Governor Man
ning will veto that overt act.
"OPP'ORTUNITY Knocks, " says head
line. Wrong. Opportunity boosts.
IN expectation of war we have7gone c
into training-for the 440-yard dash.
Io-rs of fellows could have better
.'sitioii f they had',better dispositions.
Tl.: world iay owe everybody a liv- u
ing, but it takes hard work to collect it. r
Som i-rim-:s fashion uncovereth a mul- t
titude of sins.-Anderson 11Mail. And
Mos anybody can guess what that
"J" in Senator W. .. Stone's initials
ILAS week Clemson College sent us a
bulletin on '"orn;" but we are not in
terested in it now.
"GICNMANS don't know"--headline.
If she keeps on fooling with Uncle Sam:
she'll surely find out.
AITi:iR going over a list of friends we
know we fail to fiid Ily with whom we
wish to sever relations.
ONI: of those crank scientists says
this world war is a blessing in disguise.
Well, the disguise seems to be perfect.
Wi: suppose it would be proper to re
fer to Private Secretary Ramseur as
Congres.sman Dominick's write - htand
SOMiEn1Y has evidently taken us for
the.,South Carolinalegislature, judging
by the nuniber of biill we received last
[P the lritish have given us $100,000
we Wouldn't have had to work every
- night for the past four weeks like we
hav'e been (oing.
THu- Kaiser may not have bitten off
mnore~ than he can chow, b)ut it's going
to give him the wvorst case of indiges
tion he ever had.
l'r is our opinion that for a mere
buttermilk -drinker, Major Bookeor takes
entirely too much interest in our distil
Jeries of other fluids.
MAN telep~honed'The Sentinel the other
"chicken'' becomes a '"hen. "' He prob
ably took this oflice for Mr. Craigs
TlS wvar business has caused cottoll
to "break" and miendl itself several
times recently. But even if the wiorst
p comes it wvill never get back to the
A NEWS item from Washington says
than ex-Congressman Aiken may run
for the U. S. senate next year'. Should
he decide to do so there is no doubt that
he would make somebody "'hump"~ to
VE 'haven't heard from the Hlouston
~Tsx.) Post since Germanny gave the
Lone Star State to the Mexicans, but
we imagine we can see Editor Bailey of
that paper sitting on the banks of the
Rio Grande with his trusty rifle in hand.
IN4 the midst of submarining and the
excitements of internationalj trough
housing, the U. S. department of agri
~,culture sticks to the job of informing
all the farmers in this nteck of woods
who inquire as to the best method of
killing bugs, in preparation for the
* spring planting. Slaughtering bugs is
one kind of slaughter that everyone in
Pickens county will believe in. Andl
you don't have to have to have a sub
rnrneor dreadnaught towin the battle,
. either; just a bit of common sense.
OnR WEEKLY RIDDLE.--In what place
k did the cock crow so loud that all the
people In the world could hear him?
In Noah's ark.
So MUCII rain
0 ~',Had addled our brain
And our dome
. Won't furnish a pomel
'"'UB OUT PAIN'
with good oil liniment. That's
e = a to stop them.
The best rubbing liniment 16
Good for the Alments of
Horses; Mules, Cattle, Etc.
Qoodfor your own Aches,
Pains, Rheumatism Sprains,
CUts, Burns, tc. i
25c. 50c. $I. At all Dealer.
TELL US ABOUT IT
If you know something that's inter
)sting in the way of local news, tell us
kbout it. If you can't call personally,
:all us up on the telephone-No. 27.
)on't blame The Sentinel if something
,ou kept under your hat does not get
nto print. You may have been the
mnly person in Pickens county with the
nformation. When you come across an
nteresting happening don't expect some
me else to tell us about it; he may be
sxpecting you to do it. The Sentinel
vants all the news. Let everyone do
Tin Greenwood Index has changed
romni a weekly to a three-times-a-week
iaper. The Index has long borne the
eputation as being one of the best
veekly newspapers in the United States,
nd we expect it to take the same
osition among the tri-weeklies.
Haven't Noticed It
We understand that the capture of
hree illicit stills in Pickens has caused
, general business depression there.
We'll Bank on Wallace
The Anderson Mail looks for Editor
Wallace of the Newberry Observer to
ret into a dispute with a new grammar
somebody has sent him.
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 I
o'clock; Mt. Tabor at 3.30.
Second Sunday-Bethel at 11 o'clock;
Salem at 3 30.
Third Sunday--McKinney's Chapel at
Fourth Sunday-Gap Hill at 11 o'clock
Twelve Mile at 3.30.
Rev. C. R. Anderson preaches a
Friendship every second Sunday at 1
o'clock and at New Ilope every fourt]
Sunday at 11 o'clock.
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharg
Notice is hereby given that I wi
make application to .. - . Newberry
Esq,, ,Judge of Probate for Picken
county, in the state of South Carolina
on the 6th day of April, 1917, a
11 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soo
thereafter as said application can b)
heard, for leave to make finial settle
ment of the estate of la. Ross Eaton, deC
ceased, and obtain discharge as adin
istrator of said estate.
47 I. M. MAULI~fN, Administor.
The LUJZJANNVE somet
Guarantee: we 6i1
if, after uaing the made
contenta of a can, you on its
are not aatisfied in out at
every reapect, ybur a can
grocer will re fund say ti
your Ifuoney. frh
'The Reily-Tavlor C
WITH THE BRETHREN
It Can't Stand Work
"Senator Works." Works who?
Pickens Sentinel. Works his mouth
overtime, but gives his brain a rest.
Gossett's Peculiar Pig
We are going to name our Pig Vir
ginia. She-roots. - Pickens Sentinel.
Weare going to name our pig "Old
Take the Bull Away
Editor Hiott of The Pickens Sentinel
may have been given $100,000 by the
British to side with them, as charged
by Congressman Bulloway, but, if so,
there is no evidence that he has squan
Three distilleries were seized by reve
nue officers in Pickens county last week,
which was unusually tough luck, in
view of the near approach of the. date
when the quart-a-month law for med
ical use becomes effective.
Col. Cheatham Didn't Get His
Edgefield Chronicle. ,
If the Gaffney Ledger, The Pickens
Sentinel, the Spartanburg Journal, the
Sumter Item, the Edgefield Chronicle
and the Greenwood Index have received
any share of the British millions that
Congressman Calloway says that J. P.
Morgan & Co. has been distributing
among news papers they are treating us
shabbily. -The State. Well, Ed De
Camp, Gary Hiott, Harold Booker,
Hubert Osteen and Harry Watson may
have "mopped up" on this deal, but we
failed to "pull down"-much to our
chagrin and embarrassment-especially
since we have to "father" new Colonel
George D. Walker of Johnston and
Brother Davies of the Barnwell People,
at Woodrow's second induction into
White House mysteries next month.
Bro. Aull Cusses Some
Newberry Herald and News.
Editor Aull of the Newberry Herald
and News says he works twenty hours
t day. le must be the whole cheese in
that printshop. -The Pickens Sentinel.
Wrong, Gary. Elbert is simply an hon
orary member of Colonel Roosevelt's
Ananias club when it comes to talking
about work. -Gaiffney Ledger. All we
have to say to Ed is: "Honi soit qui
imial y pense. "
Calls McKissick'Lapsus Memorim'
"A Pickens man has just married at
the age of81. According to the closest
calculation we were able to arrive at
last night, Editor Gary Hiott of The
Pickens Sentinel will fully be that ripe
before he is plucked by any female of
the species."-Greenville News. "You
are pretty good at calculating, too,
Colonel. We made exactly the same
calculation about two years ago, so in
stead of waiting to be plucked we went
_ ahead and did the plucking ourself.
And speaking from experience and to a
friend, we advise'you to go and do like
I1 wise. Of course, however, there are no
,jmore like the one we got; but the re are
!any number too, g(ood frt a man w~ho is
,content tolive in Greenville."- Pickens
t ISentinel. "'We kncw Colonel McKir
1 'sick wvas laying down the bars when he
e' permitted himselfI to sulfer a laptsus
- memorime in the case of Gar liiott.
- Why, man, that Pickens guy must bie
- one o f the smoothest-tongued scoundrels
unhung, judging from the peach he
plucked. Go thou and do likewise."
iour' grocer will make good to you,
last penny. We knew you expected
:hing unusually good in a coffee when
st had Luzianne in mind. So we
Luzianne so good that it will stand
own feet, without apologizing, with
knowledging any rivals. YOU buy
of Luzianne. If you can't honestly
at Luzianne tastes better and goes
r than any other coffee at the price,
~ou are entitled to your money back.
iour grocer will give it to you upon
st. Ask for profit-sharing catalog.
omp any. New Orleans
Tai o rin
Our Store, Mo
AND we want you to come in and ii
for a SUMMER SUIT. Better Cl
HAMBURGER & SONS: the fabri
the fit must be perfect or you slip I
are interlined against breaking dov
you are slim you need one of these
hugging curves and brisk effect.
suit you and make you appear slim
and the outlook now is that we wil
while, so come in and pick you out
Good." Remember the date
don't you t
paper, so it
AT j~lED WIN L. BOI
We wish to announce to our cu
Goods have arrived and we have or
Dry Goods and Ready-to-Wear eve
you to visit our store and see the p
find all our three floors overflowing
deal about advance in price for S]
here!over old~pricesland a lot of th
Amoskeag Ginghams, nice new spr
patterns, same old price
10 cents yard
'25-inch wide, small black and1 blue chi
8 1-3c yard
Black TraffTeta Silk, one y ard wvide, pre1
chiffon finish, $1.35 value, special
for this week only,
Our new sliippers and oxfords i
here and1 we can show you a pretty li
Our ordersliwere placed before the a
vance and we can sell you shoes at <
It will Ipay you to get the habil
to do yourlshopping. We can mi
average of 10 per cent on your pur<
We Advertise What We Sell
The Store TA
iurger & Sons
Clothing Will Be Held at
irch .8, 9, 10, 1917
ispect the line and have your measure taken
othing can't be made than that made by
es are the best; the tailoring is snagger; the
he suit right off and say "good-bye" Coats 4
in-vest and trousers cut to fit better. If
suits that looks so well on you with its close 4
If you are stout you can have one made to
mer. Wool is getting scarcer and higher *
I be wearing cotton clothes before a great
a good wool suit while the "Picking is
riday and Saturday 4
B, 9, 10, 1917
]1ey & Company
M 01X$040 OX4 0
Who have been borrowinig your neigh
bor's copy of The Sentinel every veek;
hink it would be better for you to subscribe for the
would reach you every week? Your neighbor doesn't.
know because some of them told us so. Come on and
us week. We'll ho t1lw- to have you.
-T & CO., EASLEY, S. C.
stomners and friends that our New Spring
i display one of the prettiest lines of Spring
e shown in this section. We cordially invite
retty things we have to show you. You will
wit new goods. You are hearing a great
ring, but you will find very little advance
imgs at old prices.
Ladies' Spring Suits and
.We are showing all the new things
in saits and dresses, ranging in Price
fromu $10.00 -to $25.00. Also a beautiful
lkine o. new Spring Coats and Silk
3J(;-inch Sheeting, a nice, smooth qual
ity, regular price on today's market
10 lc. Our price,
8 cakes best laundry soap made
2 lioxes best matches
Ld. fi big full pound boxes Eagle Thistle
>ld Soda i r
of reading our ad each week and come here
ske it profitable for you by saving you an
And Sell What We Advertise
Bolt & Co.
at's Always Busy