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PThe Pickeis Sentinel
PICKENS, S. C.
1, U R L t 5 1[ I: 11 V 11; h; I I. Y
SEPITE'M Bi 21). 1917
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obituary notices a.iti Irianites of respect of
not o"prone hundrel woitii wilt lbe printed free
of charge. All over that number mast be alit
for at the rateo or ne cent it wort. "As I to
acconpany manuscript. Cardis of thaniks pib.
Imhed for one-half cent a word.
"My Country 'Tis of Thee, Sweet Land
TiE wages of a well-digger are well
A PECK of trouble often comes out of
a pint flask.
Cuunci belles are sometimes found
in the choir.
Tii soldiers fight and Ihae kings are
heroes. -The Talmud.
Soni i people are good lecatuse it pays.
while others are good for nothing.
A 'AIuEN'' with i vigorous, wi(e-ia wake
Laby at night is aa-parently all right.
\Vil a wanking in the sunsline ladon't
forget that the shA low is only across
TilElti.: are all kinds of people in thi
world, including those wha think they
caln beat a carnival game.
TiIA'T man from Missouri who per
forme(I his own inarriage (ereni'iy lhas
w> one to baie but himself.
V 1 are glad the Anderson Duily Mlail
"doesn't think there is much langer of
the government suppressiig The Pick
SATURDAY, Septenher 22, i- tihe ollicial
beginning of fall, according to the red
figures on the calendar. And it was
more than prompt in arriving, too.
WE. know this stuf' is pretty punk
this week, but the carnival was in town
last week, and besides, our new type
writer ribbon is not working good, any
"IIISTORY teaches," recently an
swered the youthful aplicent for en
trance into college, "that the UInite(
States has never heens whipped ant
never will be."
TEl'K ERAN(CE pueople .'hould lie sat is.
fled with the brand of bott lcd coca-cobia
being dlisptensed these wvar times. Thtl
'mncoction now tastes lik e branch water,
*with per'htaps a dash ofI sorghtum 'lasse~
WV rruoUT in frinagin on 1it Da eCalmp'1
copyright, we wish to say that smilet
of appreciation glisten as beautifulli
anal as radiantly andl as re freshi ngly a:
dewdrops at morning. giving vigor anm
vitality to the flowers.
Tll: Frenchmen have discovered tha
Amterican baseball fits nmen for throw
ing hand-grenades with precision am
* eflicncy. It will talso mnake them use
* fulh in pitching hay and pulling the hell
cordl over a mule at home.
Guv Mc FAM.'s hearse house
Is just next dloor'
T }o Tfhe Sen tinel of lice,
.And it wold(
Suit us much bet ter
.If he would not
Rtoll the hearse out
And leave it
Rtight in fron t of ou doorhml
When we feel had.
* ~tmi WVElmIA liiuri.. why is
* isherman't thet moist luerattive emloy~a
It is all net profit.
Tn SE weeps are for dear I lenry Rti C
Twsaweek algo tonaight
Hie interferedl with man and wile
When they were in a fight.
Th1E CNEELRNL C-ER
The ronpipe,hi, well1.
And dithe little.
Come.4 ouS dl..
s Sprirs -
,RUB OUT PAIN g
with good oil liniment. That's
the surest 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, Etc. C
25c. 50c. $1. At all Dealers.
WITH THE BRETHREN
The Blushing Flower
Journal and Journal.
An American beauty named Zoes
Who was all diked up) in new clothes,
In a chair with i a pin in it
Sat, and in less than a minute
The American Beauty rose.
- Pickens Sentinel.
She was trembling and blushing and
IBt she snapl)ped a she rose from the
"These people from I'ickena
They do heat the dickens
The idea of pointing me there"'
Table IRock, Pickens. (oun ty, Se ptein
ber 7. No soldiers here. but forti ica
Ex-pounler of the Gospel
The I'icken. :-entinel says that Pi'ek
en:. has a " lIacksmith" preacher. We
hole the lieverend ias a good supply of
sledge hammers if he is going to instill
any religion in Pickens county folk.
o are coroiat
JF ld an'
Zt4,urs&Ia? ana Jfrid+
TO( IN VEST
0-"'~ I to-it
The Luzianne Guarantee:
If, after using the contenta ou
ofa can, you are not eatiatied go y
in every respect, your gro.
cer will refund your money. prOfN
'The Original Wise'Me
Grcensboro.(Ga.). Herald Journal.
A wise old guy,
Is Zabeth Buff:
le knows when he
fis got enough.
The Pickens (S. C.) Sentinel.
A Wise.old owl.
Is Abraham I)eUink.;
lie knows just how
Much to drink.
Try Us With What You Have
Aiken Journal and Review.
The Columbia State shares with the
Cincinnati Enquirer the witty sayings
of Luke McLuke. For our part we be
lieve in patronizing home industry and
if we had the kale would barter with
Yes It Does
The Pickens Sentinel is of the opinion
that "If the women love dress like some
people say they do, it looks like they
would wear more of it."
Let's See the Freak
Gary Hiott says the beauty of the
Pickens girls is intoxicating. And who
minds being intoxicated in that way?
Not Beery Much
'that headache we had last week was
no sham pain. - Pidkens Sentinel. And,
of course you didn't wine over it
The bread you get from the flour you
make from the wheat you grow is better
and purer than any you get from the
I!'ur you buy. There is very little al
)endicitis in sections of the country
which produces its own corn and wheat
and meat. And there is a reason.
The superintendent of the South Curo
ina penitentiary makes a contract for
fertilizer every year with the Anderson
l'hos phate and Oil Co. Clemson College
buys fertilizer from them every yar.
These state iustitutions want the best
and it seems they know where to get it.
l1 invites to our
a . September 20-21
,nty 29 Co.
I, S. C.,
s, Rugs and Art i
at a BARGAIN 3
irt the day with a cup of
old Luzianne. There's cheer
very aroma--spunk and go
in every swallow. You'll
zuzianne. Buy a can today
if you don't agree it goes
er and tastes better than any
r coffee at the price, tell the
er and he will give you back
tly what you paid for it, with
argument. You simply can't
,rong on Luzianne. Ask for
We would advise anyone who will need a wagon
any time within the next two or three years to buy
some good make at once.
With timber, iron and. steel, paint and everything
that goes into a wagon about 100 per cent. higher in
price, you can readily see that wagons are bound to
+ be much higher.
We recommend the Mitchell Wagon to you for the
+ reason that we have sold them for over fifteen years,
and have yet to find .. dissatisfied customer. They
may cost a fraction more than other makes of wag
ons, but they will wear longer and save you quite an
item in repairs.
We have a full stock in all sizes, and the prices are +
very little higher than in former years.
If you are in doubt as to which wagon to buy,
just ask the man who owns a Mitchell, or your local
FOLGER, THORNLEY & CO.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Sole .\gents for Walk Over and Queen Quality Shoes, New 1-ome Sewing Machines, Iron
King Stoves. Chase City Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, C'arihart Overalls. Call for Butter
"T \ v \Who have been bon owing your n ighi
T I LIbor's copy of The Sentinel every week:
don't you think it would be better for you to subscribe for the
paper, so it would reach you every week? Your neighbor doesn't
like it-we know because some of t hem told us so. ('omie on and
subscribe this week. We'll be vi''1 to have you.
Dress Goods Special Ginghams Special Amoskeag Ginghams
b i fl rit n an Today' s pric e about 18
the n. ip i - Ir 't blue. Value on today's market. cent s a vard.
tv ms 12 1 "2.
Only 25' yarid. Our s'pcial p ice, X 1 -;: Our prie 111 ivrd.
SoapSpeial B Men's Genuine Palmi
Six big c akes ofcaia g nsltlIrneofiz.
I aunidry soap. Val- P In Paln Pench color
lie oin tod1ay's mna r onily. Hepular Price
ki 2'2c At BOLTJ'S For, Sp
Match Special' sLi skrt
S ta li rit 1 0 0 g o d o i T afet< $ 0 0
SSafe ty Matches for During this month we are offering some value.
10very Special Bargains from the different Ouri special price
lc departments of our store.
The goods you find listed in this adiver- $3.98.
tisement are priced at less than we could
Soda Special buy the same goods back from the manu- Ladies' House I
facturers. However, we bought these Dresses
I big full pound goods before the advance and we are of-.
iole best 8 o d a fering you the advantage of our foresight ~Ia(1 of good il
5c buying- gandies. They ar
5c It will pay you to come to this store and worth $1.3~0.
make your purchases for At once andl future Our special pr ice
~use. You will certainly save money as 98c
Washing p4ar s are much lower than they wil be________
P'owder . Buy now and save money. Scadi'xlr
Special 200 paih's adies'
Sixlu bxeeo PumpS and Oxfords
.i1bgbo sori Tn,fl Patent and
Grandma'st&Lo Wah(idl. Values range
i vgPder. \ alue ' ronm $2.00 to $4.00.
avc sii m~alet lay DS Mostly small sizes.
uric peilThe Str htsAwy u y ou hoice while
25c Easley, S. C- 98c
Men's if eavy Indigo Blue Matting Art Square Ladies'Shir Waist
OverallMade of good (luality
Cutgood1anfull. Sizes Large size, 9x12. Value to- voile in plain white and
32 to 44. Value on to- day about $4.50 to $5.00. dpolr stre.Areua
(lay's market about $1.50 - dollrval'. ~'
Our special price $1.15. Our special price $3.48. O'n.el~ l pra'.'-il