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- PICKENS, . 0,
PU B L f1 t j) *W r EiK EK
OCTOBER 4, 1917
Sitcret it Pickens l'oStntoit' as Seconl CItu
.50 A YEAR, INVARIAHLY IN ADVANC
GARtY HIo'r.1 Manager.
Ibititary ntotico t.. . I : ture 'et (9J..% .t
not o' rone huttredi wo hs will tie printa.l I ri
of charge. All over that number :nunt he pal
for at the rate of one cent a worst. Uei'sil
accoinparty tunatustcrtlt. Cardti of thaike ut
lished for one-half cent a word.
"My Country 'Ti. of Thee,'Sweet Lan
Let's see, is Turkey still in this wa
Evidently Uncle Sam1 has. son
No, Reader, all mnobiliz;ed mien a1
not from Mobile.
There is no work in the m:n wt
isn't working now.
The people are becoming bore
w'th so many boards.
Ihe less a man.has in his head th
rirt'e he puts in his stomach.
The Kaiser may be wild and wooly
out we know who can curry him.
Prices are soaring, and the ulti
mate consumer is also up in the air.
If the speculators keep on they are
going to take the eat out of meat.
Pair 'o dice and paradise mean
about the samiie thing to a real negro.
The "Situations Wanted" columns
have about disappeared from the
da ily papers.
What has become of the old fash
<onedI red kerosene our fathers used
suess that "Jason" the Anderson
!.-til is always talking about works
.. that paper.
What has become of the old time
traveling show tht used to play
"Over the River Charlie?"
Sometines we feel like we have
dl:e about everything bad the'e is
to do and never done any good at all.
Then there is the fellow who can
borrow a dollar from you and make
ycu think he is doing you a favor by
The main difference between pho
nographs and some women is that you
nave to wind the phonogragts up to
>:eep them talkinig
Some people hate the Kaiser so
much they .would like to see him ex
iled in Anderson for the balance of
his natural 4ays.
The government has put down the
price of wheat, but the ultimate con
sumier is still payig ten and fifteen
cents for loaftof bread.
WVe see that Clover, S. C., is to
have a . newvspaper. Well, wve never
* saw a newspaper man in clover, but
we are glad to hear of one.
Congressman Webb wants the gov
erinment to coin one-half cent pieces.
* f prices advance much more there
will be no use of a coin less than a
.f the Kaiser wants to talk peace
nowv is the time for him to enjoy
himself, for when p)eace terms are
decided upon he will not be at the
We dlon't mind a fellow borrowing
- our tobacco and we don't mind him
smelling of it, but doggone if it
doesn't make us mad1 when he wipes
his nose with it.
Those food-saving advisers arae ntow
* telling us to have at least one meat
less day and one wheatless dlay each
week. We wijll soon have hoeg tless
days and wve reckon the next thing
'i be entless days.
- Barley Corn,
Ovn W1elsIy RImDLE. -Why Is,
treet egr, like the hear t of a coquette
deaus'e there Is always room for on
more to be taken in.
They ought to take
From every man
Who is a slacker.
."'rm the. dreepyvile eniont "An
the man *ho teddens his riose wit
ryie Mals fun of the woman who
ruddies hOr cheek with rouge."
SFUNCTION OF A JOURNAI~S:
F T In speaking of Maximilian Harden, o
Germany, Editor Koester, of the Green
ville Piedmont, says: " He has th
proper conception of the function of
journfallst, of his duty to say that whic
he believes in hi; heart, no matter ho'
unpleasant the saying may be to th
I powers that be.'"
We had always thought that was th<
proper function of a journalist and we
are glad to have our opinion confirmed
by Mr. Koester. A newspaper whieh
allows its news columns to be colored
and editorial expressions made to cx
press other than what is in the editor's
heart is little more than a handbill.
Still, we do not believe it is correct to
criticize and find fault with the powers
d that be or anybody else simply to show
that you "do your own thinking" anl
are indeperi ent.
SWFok ho K 1
For malarial headache, Gra:0
0 Liver Regulator entirely relieved n':
trouble.-J. height, Wetumpka, Al)
11n1d heavy hedache. VomitsI
X twi:0 o !x time:, a day. Four dosili
o r:m:er Liver R:-ulator made n"i
wtell.--"Loundas; P. D~rindley, Somet}
Mother.101 had sick Ne!:che. Gr.angc(
Liver Regulator c: hwr more goc
than all tho medicine ::he had take
before.-Pearley Davis, Pacio, Ala.
I never expect to bo without it i:
my home.-Jenio Usey, Gadsden, Alai
It is a great saver of doctors' bills.
--Louis N. Rent, Ionoraville, Ala. I
There is none better.-Dr. T. E,
Cothram, Alexis, Ala.
All druggists sell Granger Liver
I[egulator-25c, Try it.
If you -are in the market for
a mowing machine be sure and
see the Walter A. Wood ma
chine before you buy. We have
some of the machines on hand
that we can save you money on.
Pickens Hardware & Grocery Co.'
There are three I
the trained operator,
answers. All three s
sibility for quick an<
The calling part:
rect number in- a di
ing directly into
wait at the telephone
swers or the operatoi
party should answer
Patience on the
user and the telephol
sential to good servi
Whben yout T'
SOUTHERN BELL T
Ij~zr "~ and
Tb Luxlanne Guarantee i noti
11', after uaing the contente
of acan,you aremaot eadiefedas
In every reepect, your gro- like
der will refund your money. Ak
fFOR ,ALE BY
- PIoKENG DRUG CO.. PIOKEn, 8. O.
AND ALL GOOD DEALERS
Save your wife's health by buying a
McDIougtl Kitchen Cabinet. J.J.Gantt,
..1 .ilWAI II.SA M i URAIG
rrrn n i' . . C'. 1'ickeum, S. U.
McSwain & Craig
I Ptractice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Ollice Phone 210
l'ickens Office Phone 39
MA14TIN cs. I1I2ity
(;enrat Practice of Law,
n.: .r t f n~iI :tttl t an si,". l'hone~l ltal
SHESTER SP LLS
Ask y.. )wurglaI for CH!-Cu11$s"'rI R SA
J)IAMON[) IIRAND PILLS3 In RED anid A
Gor.n uatalic boxes, Scaled with Illue
Ruibon. TAcKz: NO 0mmr. fluy oP oar
1)ausr~gtsb and nqk f.",. 0I1.OIIER.-TEII H
L)1.1MONI 11 1311A NI'! T.. for twenty-live
yeairs reganrded as Besto'afcst, Always Reltiable.
3OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
MiLU EVERYWHERE M
If .you want to see the best line of
F urniture in the county, go to J: J.
'4otice of Final Settlement and Discharge
Notice is hereby given that I will
nake application to J. B. Newbery,
dsg., Judge of Probate for Pickens
ounty, in the state of South Carolina,
m the 15th day of October, 1917, at 10
>clock in the forenoon, or as soon
,hereafter as said application can be
teard, for leave to make final settle
nent with my ward, Pearl Craig, and
)btain discharge as guardian of said
ninor. JOHN B. CRAIG,
)arties to every tele
-the party calling,
and the party who
pare alike the respon
I accurate telephone
~r should give the cor
istinct voice, speak
he transmitter, and
until the party an
reports. Thle called
part of the telephone
ie operator is also es
s knows coffees-has suixed them
sold them for years. H~e knows
anne. Ask him what he thinks
:. Ask him what most of his
omners think of it. Luzianne Will
d or fall by this test. If the re
Is favorable; take home a can and
it yourself. ' Make ugD a pot, ad..
ling to directions. Yon have
ing to lose, for the guarantee
res your money back If you don't
Luzianne. Buy a can today.
for ptofit-sharing catalog.
NEW FALL (lS T
With Prices Right!
On account of the congestion in freight, our Fall Goods have been rather slow con
i: in, but they are boginning to arrive now, and we are receiving shipments of. new
O~ goods by freight and express nearly every day.
We are glad to say that prices are not as high as we expected them to be, and taking
? into consideration the price of cotton they are not as high as they will doubtless. be
A big majority of our Staple Dry Goods were bought last spring-all of it brand
n W. pretty stuff that we can sell you at old prices.
The Ra1 i. ft0 P I lines cire as ihat,, 01' cheaper, than last season, andi we have
4bought, it beautiful linie of Shirtwaists to seil from Soc to $3.50. 4
4 Skirts, in all colors and styles, from $2.00 to $8.50.
p Coat. Suits from $10.00 to $32.50.
Cloaks for children, misses and ladies from $2.00 to $16.50.
Watch for our fall announcement that will appear
later, and remember we have bought the best mer
chandise that money can buy. Cheap goods in price
means cheap in quality. It pays to buy the best.
Pay more attention to quality in merchandise, for it
means dollars in your pocket.
- Yours truly, +,
FOLGER, THORNLEY & 0O.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Sole Agents for Walk Overand Queen Quality Shoes, Now Home SowingMachines, Iron
King Stoves, Chase City Buggies, Mitchell Wagons, Ca rhart Overalls. Call for Butter- q *
TO- YO U Who have been borrowing your neigh
TO bor'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 V v
like it-we know because some of them told us so. Conte on an,
subscribe this week. Wte'll bp sri:l to have you.
Dress Goods Special Ginghams Special Amoskeag Ginghams
10-in. white \oile. 'AG
bseautiful quality - just )lelar Apron G inghack 3l ,Toay's rice about 18
the thing to make a ret- aron style checks in black anddays ri
ty mid-sumn1r dress. "u. value on today's market, cents a yard.
Only 25c yard. Our special pi ice, 8 1- Ot r price l c .
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Soap Special BechSut
Six big cakes of ii r a n ~ ~ o
LanrSoap. Vaul- P iPl ec oo
uie on today's mar. ~ ny ~plrpie[
ket 4c0 At BOLT'S~1 For 7,0
Our ii~eit D~ LI~ roeOurspGeninPalm ric *
Match pecialreSil Sits
Safty atcesfot Durngthi moth e re ffeit g omefiul Tanfea $6sie.0
ver Secil argin frm he ifer n val e c oo
1 Ocdeprtmnts f ot' tore ths ~Our special price
___________ Te oosyo lsedih~$3.98
Soa Special S h aegoshkfo h au aies' Hourse
The boxesil on. gooddbeoretheidvaceanddw arfof
boxesn bes200 god a eig oohoavnaedforoeih uade t of Cho qaif.
madeyMae for Dn uying. thsmnhteaeofeiysm fo nata Or-00
10 erySpcia Bagans romth dier nvalu. Te r
meatent our purssf At o e aftr Our special price)
us. You goods crtinly lsae oneyi asr 39
pismn are picoer atnes they wil e uld
Powderurers. n owesver woey bogttee Ladies OHose
2 bg fl oun gods efoe te avane ad w ar0of parssLes'
Si llgbo m ofmg iy as and Or
radmasakeh our urcaseAfo Atonc Rand future Our:ns sPet andc
igWder.n ari'sae muchV ilowe thanthe will be 98c
o wdr yowaday've morke- Lies' oxford00
4c*Ot'Spciat helyral spe
e "" """'"'TheStore That's Always Busy Yo'ur choic whil
25c Easley, S. C, th''''l98c
Ov'steraniglue Matting AtSquare Ladies' SItirt Waist
Cut good and full. Sizes Large size, 9x12. ValeIo Made of good qualityrt
32 to 44. Value on to- da bu . aet- voilo in plain white and1~
day's matket about $1.50 dyobu $4.50 to $5.00. sport stripes. A regular
Our special price SL.15. Our special price $3.48..dla value.