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PICKENSe S. C.
1 P U B LFI S H D WE E KL
JUN19 7, 1917
steretd at Pickens PotIoiee its Second Clai
$1.50 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANC
GARY HoroTT, Manager.
)bituary notices altd Irioutei of respect o
not o-'r one hundred words will be printed fre
of charge. All over that number must be paid
for at the rate of one cent a word. Uauh tC
a'con)paRlly Imaunscript. cards of thanks pub
lished for one-half cent a word
Design of button to be distributed in
Sauth Carolina by banks, chambers of
commerce. business firms and others.
The badge has been adopted by the
South Carolina Preparedness Commis
sion. Any farmer should be proud to
wear one of these badges.
Nt'xr stop: Fourth of July.
SPRING fever is in "our midst."
A coon foot rule -wash 'em occasion
TiltE perfectly contented man is also
PICKENS is "all broke out'' with gar
JUNE brides ire the most popular
things we know of.
TAKE it from us, the heart cannot be
light while the head is heavy.
WE. reckon the best people in the
kvorld live right here in Pickers county.
REMEMBiER this: the cork-screw has
sunk more than the cork-jacket will
HEADIANE says there is "Room for
Roosevelt." Yep. Over among the
patent medicine ads.
WELL, girls, We're all right now.
'rhe gov'ment says there ain't gwine to
be no tax on chewing gum!
TiE school is the electric light plant
of life. It is in the schoolhouse that
darkness is turned into light.
JUNE is with us once more, and sh(
brought with her, besides the sweel
' girl graduate, the lovely June bride.
WE'n feel ungrateful if we failed t<
mention the fact that June, flower'
.June, brought five paydays with her.
WE hear a lot abo~ut this Gienera
Haig. But what we want to know is
what has become of the firm of H~ai
Goon business men are adver'tisin
more than ever right now, because the
know it will do more than anything elat
to keep business good.
'"OIO MINISTRr PECANH-AOf Bril
.vil declares there is no neessity for wa
with Germany," aya an Associate
Press dispatch. Another sound Briazil
MosT every citizen with nothing els
to do has a scheme to do -away with t~h
submarine menace. We hope all o
them will succeed. But Dr'. Earl Lewi
says there is only one way to do it
.A'minister' one of his pills.
''rRAW hats can be easily cleane
'with dampened corn tmega," says an ex
'change. Maybe so; but it would b
'cheaper to buy a new straw hat in thee
times of high-priced rations.
AFTER we get up the local news fo
The Sentinel, put it in type (by hand)
1print the papei's, mail them, wvash th
forms, distribute the type for the nex
issue of the only paper in Pickens, d
some j. printing and b. binding whiec
we promised a month ago, sweep ou
the office so that visitors can mov
around'without falling down--we say
afger all these little chores are dispose
of, weouse our leisure time in filling u
this hero; colyum.
From Toccoa's "dewy" mountains
From Georgia's bone-dry strand
'They are drying up the fountains
Of the "irrigated" land.
-Toccoa (Ga.) Record.
Ditto South Caholina;
But we get ouir share
From the hills of Carolina
It's in the mountains everywhert
QUR WEEKLY RIDDLE-Who alwaiy
enjoys poor health?
"Fulill your works, your daily tasks."-Exodus v, 13.
Whenewer trouble .eemj to be
Too plenty in ibis life qf mine
I mind th* hint that come to me
From one .smart mornin' glory wine.
It .started jrobln' in b* yard
Three feet abvayfrom an ol' .stump;
I .si to it: ".Your luck'.s plumb hard.
"au.se mornin' glorv wines can't Jump."
Well, sir. it didn't hesitate
Jest .tarted right aWav to climbs
It fkund a aveed that bore its Weight
An' kept a boostin* all the time.
Vntil at lait it struckt th* top:
It seemed to jet some Worried there.
.se: "Old man.you'll hawe to drop
You can't climb. nohote. through th' 060 -4
Looted like *, right ; it .saged and drooped
An' tiwisted half a dozen tways
Till it wa.s Anotted. 2Wrapped and looped
It .ept this up for four -fl dayi.
An' I vas ticAled: I says I:
"I've often felt the same a.s you
Found out I couldn't jet up high
'Ithoutno repe to drip on to/"'
Seem' like that mornin* jloryp AlloWgedg
That I vas weabin' it QWith doubtg
It sent out feeler. till It .eho1wed
It knebt Jest twhat It a.s aboutg
At last it struck th' .stumpi An' then
It seemed to laugh at me all day
An' sort o' chuckle notW an' then:
"You .see. I got here. anywvael'*
A moral goes with thi., I juesj:
It i.i that almost any man
Won't climb so W.ery much. une.s.s
He grab. to somethin' awhere he can.
Them plucky morn in' jlorie.s, nobu.
All they ask is for elbot room
An' they'll keep golng up. .somehob..
Until they laugh them.selue. to bloom.
(Copyright. 1911. by AV. U. 6bap"an)
NICK CUILEN, writing in the Toctoa Old Soldiers' Reunion
(Ga) Record, says he doesn't understand
this negro exodus business-doesn't see Saturday. morning bright and early
why a nigger wants to leave the Cracker people began togather in Pickens for
State. The answer is easy, Nick- the fifteenth annual reunion of the
Georgia. IConfederate Veterans of Pickens county.
"WILI. tax sugar, coffee and tea," Before noon a large crowd had assem
says a Washington dispatch. Uncle bled in-and about the court house and a
Sami may neced th moe all r'ight, but serious spirit of patr iotism prevaild,
he had bietter go a little slowv on that and quiet order was maintained thruout
ten tax piroposition. TUhat's what caused the day.
that big rueus in BoIston harbor a f'ewvi At 10 o'clock the Veterans, fif ty-seven
years ago. innumber, commanded by the "old re
- --liable" Capt. W. B3. Allgood, assembled
Mrs. Eliza Davis Dead on Lewis street and marched to the
Mrs.~ -*court house. The court r-oom had been
Mrsl' . Flint 'hvi wife of the late beautifully decorated with flags and
Gerg W avis, died on the 2d1 inst. flowers by the U. D. C's. Judge T. J.
fat her hlome near Farr 's bridge from Mauldin presided, and after the open
the imfrmities of old age, beinig between ing prayer by Rev. E. T. Hodges, in
86 and 90 years old. The funeral and troduceed Rev. W. H-. Mills of Clemson
itren took place at Mt. Carmiel, on College, who made the address of the
t henord int., of which chiurch she wa an occasion. He took for'his suoject the
.hnrdand consistent member for matchless character of Robert E. Lee,
inany years. She Ieaves~ six sons~ and whose memory is an inspiration to the
two daughters and a large number of younger generation as well as to. the
granchildren and great grandchildren~ to) veteranis
mourn her death The family has the A'fter the speaking the veterans en
- sympahune a hoi~st of frndund. 'ioyed a good and bountiful dinner, pre
her pastor, llev. W. L. (Coker, ther~e 'me n aevdbn tePcen hp
being a very large congregation pres- tar, U3. 1D. C., ad other loving hands.
peat e wai oer hr at resting M use was furnished by the Pickens
* -t0 Tpi-off
What could be better than a
cup (or two) of good, old
LuzinneThe aroma willitickle
t A your nose; the taste will tickle
t your palate; the price will please
, *, your purse; and all will live hap
pily ever after. Luzianne tastes
p SN~1J~. ~NStastehbetter and go twicedmana
- ~ as any other coffee at the price,
The Luzianne Guarantee: go get your money back. NOW
if, after using the contents --getacnofL ia ead
of a can, you are not aatialled . cno Lzan n
in evr epeyour gr. mak e it do what we say. Do that.
cer wi rf n y u m n.. A sk for profit-sharing catalog.
1 The Reily-Taylor Comnm, .wO..en
J US RE
Another Car of t
All sizes, from the ligI
heaviest three-horse. Th
no introduction in PickE
see them.on every road ir
ever you see a Mitchell V
will see a man more t
. . wagon.
We have sold them for
we have yet to find a disk
A little higher in price, p
age wagon, but remembE
Just ask the man who om
Clothing, Shoes, Hais and Gent's
Sole Agents for Walk-Over and Queen Qualit
King Stoves, Chase City Buggies, Mitchell W
THE MAN WHO READS 1.
Says Mr. Clarence Poe, one of Nor
The Pickens county men who read THE PICKI
those who do not. The Sentinel is primarily a <
of Pickeris cautity, irrespective of class or politics
Fern Shirt Waist
We are agents for
the celebrated Fern
Waist. New ship
ment received ev
ery . Monday, The
best waist in the
wrdfor only $1 w
L awn and Embroid
ery Dresses, 3 to 13 ~ 1
year size, 48 and 98c
Ladies' Silk Skirts Bl '
in Poplins, Taffetas
and Satins, made in
plain and .sport
stripes. $3.50 for
for the sport stripe.
. Business is moving
Ladies White Skirts befoe t~he War. We ar
mad ofgoo quli-our Busmness is showing
ty white twill, val- mnhoe orsod
ue $1.50 for only 98c yas.
- We think it is the Pai
Men's genuine pah one to keel) business mi
be~ich suits. A a American Dollars turnmr
it ofr paternR to Remember you.will
one and keep coo. goods here. Our imme:
$6.98 and $7.30 with everything in th<
Shoes, Hats & Milliner
Ladles Palmi Beach goods coming in Daily.
Suits $3.98 to $6.98. keep in touch with this
__-store news each week a
Men's all-wool blue when in Easley.
serge suits. On to. Remember we will
day's market they and show you through '
a r e easily ,worth may wsto buy.
$12.50 to $15. Our ws
special price $10.00. Please note the spe
- goods listed in this adv
Ladies white can- member that this is onl:
vass rubber sole ox- hundreds of such values
Su r' speialyprie We are sure we cara
this week only 98c terest to do your tradin
. The Store Thath
he Old 'Reliable
itest one-horse to the
e Mitchell Wagon needs +
mns. County, as yo.u will
i the county; and wher
(agon,. right there you +
han satisfied with his
over fifteen years and
erhaps, than the aver
r there is a reason.
rns a Mitchell.
RNLEY & 00.
Furnishing GQods a Specialty
y Shoes, New Home Sewing Machines, Iron
agons, Carhart Overalls. Call for Butter
THE MAN WHO LEADS
th Carolina's foremost, citizens.
NS SENTINEL have the advantage over
,ounty paper and purposes to serve the people
$1.50-a yr...$1 for 8 months, 50c for 4 mos.
Made of best quali
ty Indigo Blue Den
ims, sizes run to 44.
this week $1.19.
e glad to advise that .5
an increase every
ig periods of formerApo Gihas
;rotic dut of every eoeteavne
ving and keep tega'ite oos
g over,.pca c
find no:',scarciy ofMatnRuSpc
rise stock is complete a.lresz2x3
a Dry Goods line,2c
7r, and bright, new
It will paY you to MtigAtSur
store and read our pet einsz
nd visit out' Store 91 et 50
be glad to see you $4
vheter or not you
eial prices quoted on Crflyfle n
ertisemnent and re-shpeprmty4
7 a few of the many W a otg x
make it to your in--cntcme re
her.2 biall pun
MaAl ysBs lk os
gone up We ar