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'ihe Pickeu Sentinlel
* PICKEN , S4 C.
0V L 1 111,E' H W E1 K L Y
JUNE 14, 1917
nte'red at Pickons Postoales as Second Class
$150 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE
GARY Hio'rr. Manager.
Obituary tioticts %4 tiouteis of respect of
not o-grone huLwAI VAd.4 wrtt te p riuted free
of charge. Al iet that aumabi must be paid
for at the mWate on ceat a word. Ush to
accompa ns a)nes. ~C ,Cdfs of sak pub
I Iehed foi ra-bi Ce e a wO
"fW cflv ry i7s e Th4e. S veeit Land
w tet - a k.y you: can't cateh.
N : still have with u, a few .ludases
PICKENS county is "all broke out
with good people.
SoMNioDy certainly put the "wed'" in
* Tm: Coward shoe would not suit
American soldiers. 0
(;)oi) buy', "said the wise man as he
r-:r.hased n Liberty Hlond.
IN spit" of reported starvation, the
'ermans seem to take life easily.
Tnt: way of the transgressor may be
i-ard. but it's.easy enough to get into.
''T m:-s plenty of room at the top, i
remarked John Barley Corn. as he flew
to the young man's head.
Now. t the United States army is
going to use those gas attacks in France I
we think the Colonel ought to be there. f
ONi-: reason, we suppose, that con
gress is in session such short hours is to
keel) the member.s from being asphyxi
EDITOR I IAROD Boolma'I of the Spar
tanburg Journal has been in a hospital,
sufferjng from buttermilkitis, we under
WHENEVER a man keeps hanging
around you telling how honest he is' c
you had better keep your hand on your T
Wa had hard enough time finding the I
way from Pickens to York last year.
Goodness knowa how we'll ever find the
way from here to Heaifort.
AN Anderson man who came to Pick
ens via Liberty last week says he I w
doesn't see where a small town like Jfc
Liberty got to many bonds to sell.
WVe never heard of so many line
- people getting marr ied in one week as
did in Pickens county last week. MIany~
weddings, and every one among our i
EDITOR DECAMP' of the G;affney
at of good things, hut
is this: "'Automobiles
man beings, after all;
ey make the less they
me people will never (
not publish ant article ~
Say amuia unless we know who wrote
it. Two good lettgra received this
wveek and not a name signed to either.
* They are now in the waste basket.
Tin. State Press Association will hol
its annual meeting this year at Beaufort
June 28 and 29. We would like very
much to attend this meeting and meet
the good newspaper brethren again, and
we expet to if we can make the neces
'mAT (;ary Iliott hats an astonishing
fund of information for a man who lives
in Pickens. lIe even knows that Noah
Wrote the dictionary in the Ark, instead
of Dan'I writing it in. the lion's den, as
some people had an idea was the case. -
Aiken Journal and Review. In that
.James Edward saidi that Daniel Webster
wrote the dictionary, he reminds us of
the New England senator who thought
the sun use to rise from D. W. 's brow
and set under his coat tail. On one oc
casion the senator was making a speech
and referred to Daniel Webster writing
the dictionary; when a friend sitting
behind him tugged at the senator's long
coat tail amid whispered: "No, n'o, not
Daniel; Noah wrote the dictionary."
"Noah, hell!" scowled the senator,
furious at being interrupted; "Noah
built the Ark!"
OUR WEEKLY R1DDLF.-What is it
that no locomotive is heavy enough to
A train of thought.
TA'hbdis and ,June bugs
aArs not the same;
fu i ou don't kl e
They II spoil the tater gamo.
B Beauty Secre"t
Ladies desire that irre
sidtible charm--a good
complexion. Of course
they do not wish others
to know a bearitifier
has been used so they
buy a bottle of
EJQLUD FA CE POWDER
gai tte according to simple diredone. Improve
@ notice at once. Soothn,,coinU and
i.ng. Heals Sunburn. stop. Tan.
PInk. While.P ose-Red.
75c. at'Dniuas or by mall dret
Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp.
Lyon his. Co.. 40 South Fifth St.. Brooklyn. N.Y.
WE sincerely trust that this country
vill not have to send so many young
nen to France that the ladies will com
,lain of "po'or male facilities."
PooK old Illinois! Besides having to
ear all the ordinary burdens of life,
he is afflicted with race riots, prison
rs' riots and the editor of the Chicago
lv there is any man who was willing
o jay $1.00 a year for The Sentinel last
ear. but unwilling to pay $1.50 this
'ear, we will sell the paper to him now
t the same price as last year, provided
e pay us in corn the same way. That
i, one bushel of corn would pay a year's
ubseription last year. and we will take
ne bushel for a year's subscripton now.
Berry Large Crop
The people of Pickens are happy. In
lications point to very' large mulberry
rop this year.
Bad Time to Get Bit
It is reported that the young men of
ickens have formed a "Barefoot Club"
>r the summer months. Look out for
"Would it be proper, " asks The
ekens Sentinel, "to call a man from
irdinia, S. C., a sardine?" Yes, it
ight be lroper, but not safe.
n Editor Will Tackle Anything
Gary Hiott of The Pickens Sentinel is
nducting a "go to church" campaign.
rying to get Pickens people to go to
iurch is our idea of an up-hill job.
What has become of the old-fashioned
>y who used to save tobacco tags?
ek ens Sentinel, lie was in to see us
e other dlay on the hunt for tags, but
L' didI not have either tobacco or tags
Bell May Have All the Okra
The grape is ripening, berries, too;
we will have plenty of juice, despite
ec quart-a-month. We pass the okra
d buttermilk on to Gary Hiott of The
eckens Sentinel and WVat. Bell of the
That Belied Buzzard
lerald and News.
The Anderson l)aily Mail wants to'
now "What has necomte of the belled
uzzard. " [Dunk Blotts, our Hlogwallow,
orresp~ondlent, says he "seed one" the
ther day. Pickens Sentinel. We have'
everal spies out in the old fields of :
Jewherry watching for the next visit
I' that santo old helled buzzard.
The Pickens Sentinel repor ts the belled
muzzard in that county. Glad to know
t is at home.
The Luzianne Guarantee: a C
If, after using the contents L
of a can, you are not sais fied ge:
in every rqspect, your gro
der 4i11 refund your money.
The eilyv.Taylort 4
ARESHO PRICED TO HIGH?
Read These Fads and Figures and You Will
you will wonder how it is possible to produce them at the prices asked. You will
wonder why they are not priced higher.
Compare shoes, the wear they got and the pleasure they give you with any other
article of wearing apparel and you will appreciate that shoes are really the cheapest
article in your wardrobe.
Sihoes are made from skins that grow on the backs of animals. These animals are
niot raised for their skins, but for meat, for milk, or for beastsof burden. The skins of
amnals are available for shoes only as thiese animials are slaughtered for food.
Consider the price you pay for meat at the butcher shop. Does this tell you any
t11ing?' Consider the plice a farmer or stock grower gets for a beef steer.
Do you know why? It is the ever increasing world demand for cattle for food and
hides for leather. Highei-prices for beet, hihvher prices for hides which go to make shoes,
iarniess, oelts, upholswrv, and hundreids of Other articles which cost you mqre money
Leather is not all. There are 65 other items of materials necessary to make shoes.
But leather and supolies are not all that go to make shoes.
There is labor. Men and women, boys and girls, must do their part. Labor is one
of the big considerations. You know how everyone is employed. Never in history has
there been such complete employment at high wages. Did you know that it requires
the hands of 300 people to produce a woman's shoe and get It ready for wearing? Did
you know that it requires 110 machines? You may have an idea that shoes are made in
one machine-that the shoe was completed in one operation. Did you know that there
are 135 separate and distinct operatiops necessary for each shoe, or 270 separate opera
tions fr each pali?
Why are shoes priced so low? Because shoe manufacturers and retailers have used
brains, skill, scientific methods, and kept prices (own. Think it over. Shoes are priced
too high. By every rule of economical producton it is a wonder'they are not higher.
FOLGER, THORNLEY & 00.
+ 481 88 1 444 = 44
of the Nation
DESTROY the home, and what
have you left?
t A town is made up of HOMES.
.The SUCCESS OF A TOWN de- X
% pcnds largely on the success of
$ ITS MERCHANTS.
$ The success of the MER
X CHANTS depends on the pat- $
ronage of the INDIVIDUAL. t
Trade in your home town.
You can tell who the live
merchants of Pickens are by
reading the advertisements
in this paper. Trade with
those who advertise.
Along Pickens Route 3
The Sunday school at Montvale* is
still in a flourishing condition with 71
Gertrude, the little daughter of .Mr.
md Mrs. W. A. Price, is ill at this
Mrs. Nancy Porter is seriously ill.
Mrs. Mattie Powell of Easley visited
it the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cannon
saturday and Sunday.
W. H. Chastain and family are plan
iing a mountain trip to the Morgan
Alace for a week or so. We would all
ike to go camping if we knew we would
nave plenty of fish and squirrels to fry.
The good people of the Montvale sec
tion have purchased an organ for their
Mr. and Mrs. John Gravely of the
Holly Springs section visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. MeD. Chappell
Saturday and Sunday.
Gain Cannon and sister, Miss Ruth,
spent several days in Georgia recently.
Miss Inez Glagener of Rosman, N. C.,
is spending some time at the home of
Dr. Cannbn. BROWN EVES.1
Opinions from 'I
Folks Who Knovi
For malarial headache, Grangd
Liver Regulator entirely relieved n-'
trouble.-J Heigt Wetumpka Al
Had heavy hedache. Vomittj
twice to sixc times a day. Four dose'
fGranger Liver Reguator made nt
1.----Loundas P. Brindley, Somez
!Mother had sick headache.. Grangej
Liver Regulator' did her more goc
than all the medicine she had take.
before.--Pearley Davis, Pacio, Ala.
I never expect to be without it i:
my home.-Jepie Usey, Gadsden,, Alal
It is a great saver of doctors' bills.
--Louis N. Kent, Honeraville, Ala.
There is none better.-Dr. T. E.
Cothram, Alexis, Ala. .
*All druggists sell Granger Livet
Rtegulator-25c, Try it.
he best percolator and the finest
pe cannot produce a good pot of
ee if the dry coffee isn't exactly
Fit to start out with. If the same
colator and the same recipe do not
duce th~e same results every time,;
1 can bet your boots it's the coffee
.t's off-eel Luzianne is uniformly
>d coffee, There is no guesswork
>ut it---ever. Give your percolator
hance to make good. ~Buy a can of
zianne today. The guar'antee Is
numne--means just what it says.
k for profit-sharing catalog.
jompaniy, .NJew Orlean?
FIHE MAN WHO READS IS THE MAN WHO LEADS
Says Mr. Clarence Poe, one of North Carolina's foremost citizens.
Tie Pickens county men who read THE PICKENS SENTIN EL have the advantage over
those who do not. The.Sentinel is primarily a county paper and purposes to serve the people
of Pickens county, irrespective of class or politics. $1:50 a yr., $1 for 8 months, 50c for 4 mos.
Fern Shirt Waist Overalls Special
We are agents for Made of best qual
the celebrated Fern tB
Waist. New ship- r gine, sizes run to 44.
ment received ev- $1.50 value. Special
ery Mnday Thethis week $1.19.
ery Monday. The
best waist in the
world for only $1
Children's White 2 l)1L u OD
Lawn and Embroid- mOde. bes 6c.
ery Dresses, 3 to 13
year size, 48 and 98c e
Ladies' Silk Skirts Match Specil
Bolt's Store necessitieshave
in Poplins, Taffetas gone up. We are
and Satins, made in still selling 2 boxes
plain and sport for 5c
stripe5. $3.50 for N
the:plain and $4.98
for the sport stripe. 7 bi ca Sda
Business is moving on just the same as Soap, 35c worth for
Ladies W hite Skirts before the War. We are glad to advise that 25c
our Business is showing an increase every
made of good quali- month over corresponding periods of former Apron Ginghams,
ty white twill, val
ue $1.50 for only 98c years. good quality bought
-- *. ..We think it is the Patrotic duty of every before* the advance,
9 guaranteed colors,
M en's genuine palm one to keep business moving and keep the special 8c.
beach suits. A va- American Dollars turning over.
riety of patterns To Remember you will find no scarcity of Matting Rug Spec
select from. Buy
one and keep cool. 2
$6.18 ~ $.0 wth everything in the Dry Goods line,2c
.08 and $7.3 0 -W ..
- -Shoes, Hats & Millinery, and bright, new MtigAtSur
Ladies P1ali Beach ods comin It will paY you to
Suits $3.98 to $6.98. keep in with this store and read our pretty deftgrs, size
- - --- --store news each week and visit our Store 9x12 feet, A $5.00
value on to- day's
Me'sal-wolblewhen in Easley. market. Our prico
Men's all-wool blueYO
serge suitts. On to. Remember we will be glad to see $3.48
day's market they and show you through wheter or not you
a r o easily worth ma o buy. Parcel
$12.50 to $15. Our
special price $10.00. Please note the special prices quoted on Carefully filled and
goods listed in this advertisement and re- shipped pronmptly.
Lades hie cn-member that this is only a few of the* many Wd Pay Postage ex
Ladies white can-soap, match
vass rubber sole ox. hundreds of such values. e, soda, etc. If you
fords, $1.50 yalue.. We are sure we can make it to your can't come, order
0 u1 r special price
this week only 98c terest to o youria
EdwnigL. Bolt Co.
The Store That'Os Always BusyV
Easley vuS C.
i~Iu U2Ub I spec und
------boxes best SODA