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Tae Pickens Sentinel
PICKENS, S.. C.
PU BLIS H iE D WEEKLY
JANUARY 24, 1918
Entered at 'Ickens l'ostotuco as Second Clse
1.50 A YEAR, INVA"IABLY IN ADVANCE
GARY HIO"'. Manager.
My Country 'Tie of Thee, Sweet Land
For God looks on the naked heart
And not on silks and Iaces; 1
And when he makes men true, he staml)s
's trade-mark on their faces.
Will 1). Muse.
lIT looks like snow.
Or K ING ('oA. is a scarce old soul.
IN other words, (ermany wants to
add an "e'' to Slav.
SoMl e poo Ie's popularity is due more
to their purse than to their personality.
Wa have wh('atless, meatless and
eatk'ss dlays. What we now need are
a few sleetless (ays.
Soiat of our Iaw-rtakers seem to have
been eating too much of the kind of
f >od that makes bone.
Wil.':ns a lot of us missed it this timo
wits in savingi for a rainy day when we
ou.ht to have been saving for a snowy d
v .: call L.ake Meluke's attentin to
the fact that in Atlanta there is an in
tFrance agent namt'l I )rinkhard, hut he
Wi- are sorry 't. s, but if sugar was y
pleintitul anl selling at one centa pound 0
it wouldn't sWeC't.'t the diSpoiStion of fl
Ii.' a fellow didn't have to take time
to sleep and eat ai (lidn' t have to pay
out his money, lie could rohably save
up somliethinitj f.,r that w. k rainy day.
'Tit.: local exemption board went. and t
put Us in tIoutrth class, hut we would I
have them understand that we are first I
Class in every par ticu lar.
Ta governie'nt says the libe1!rty ma- I
to's mutust have easto'r oil anid it is p
searce. Well, we area 'ven willing to do 1
without castor oil to help win 1(he war.
''i ii farm I'ers are now heing adv iserd
to raise e'astor ott beans, but we. want
to warn themt in timie toi bei pairtic'ular'
not to make a mnistauke. and eat a mess
CiOMP tAREt- to thiosi' brave fe'llowvs in
the trenches fighting for uts, the people
aroundI here are having a pin i1'. Yet
somec of us kick because we' have to) (1o
withou t a ' oon fol 0!f sugar renasiondly.
Wi- understmiol that the people of
Spartan hurg have rentewed their efforta
to have the hegislature* pass au law to
make mearchiants .''throw in'' a few
(erneker- w ith each can of. sa&rd imos 5ohl,
Alt(osT of, our nautiontal legisla tors are'
e'videt lv mtarrtiedl meni and know biy e'x
pierier. that the old1 satying about two
livint a s caply as one is the mistaken
idlea of sonme theoretie bachelor. 'Thait' s
why they allow an unmarried mian only
$1,000t inc(omfe fr'ee from tax while they
allow a tonarriedl mnan $2,..
Tls I:first ear of I coat for diomiestie us -
to arrive in l 'iekents ~t in i a while ar
rived last week, andl judging by what a
great manuty ci tizen- say abtout the waly
it was distribute, P.lickens ailso nceds a
fuel admInitnisttra torl Popl~ e who hadl
c'oal ''n hand, wa. ll! were able to
get a t'on or unir0' om' ,. this car, while
othens wh o had no~ oal at ll Were' unt
able to get any., We don not at all bilatme
anybody with soim'e coa on harnd for
wantintg to add ctnough to it to o1 them
thru the witnter, btut I hose pteopile who
wecre enttirely wvithtout < at and uuff'ering
for want of it <bouhi have been the first
served. Thle methods b~y which this
coal was handled, in its small way,. is
practically the sam'e larger dealers use
in a Iar'ger' way, and1( moade it necessary
f'or the gov'ernme'nt ho establish the
oFN'e cf fuel adlministrat(or.
Iinve to quit pinting
Ass. Editor ,lones
Of the L~incoln (Ga.) dJournal
Says he doesn't
OUR Weekly Riddle-Why didn't the
last dove return to the ark? Because
it had sufficient ground for remaining.
THEi. "oldest inhabitants,".
And they ought to know,
Say they can remember
WVhen we had tnoregnow.
The Pickenss Rf. R. Tone Table
We see by the Pickens Sentinel that'Gua
the Pickens. Railway Company hpe a !in o
time table. Why does a system need a. Inter
time table when it only runs trains every thet
other day? Sylt
The above paragraph is taken from re
an issue of the Spartanburg Journal pose
just after Christmas and shows you coi
what mean things an after-Christmas Se
headache will make a usually sweet- resul
tempered editor say. The Pickens Rail- teat
road Co. runs thirty-six trains a week Alt
and of course needs a time-table for its
"system" just as Watson needs about O(
three lIallum's liver cleansers for his trad
P, S. The Pickens Railroad trains you
are the only ones in the world running
on schedule time now.
WITH THE BRETHREN I drug
Many Thanks Zzug
'ugalo Tribune. cont:
Merry Christmas to Ed DeCamp, not
;ary lliott and Watson Bell. dose
-- _------- ache
Hope You'll Break It nent
;aflney ILedger. tircl:
We rsoIV. .1 an "Januarv 1st that we I
vould pay no more attention to Watson
Bell, Gary Hiott an(l Rion McKissick, and
uud their damphoolishness. med
We Know What Outgo Is, Tho
It is wasting time to send an income i
ax collector to Pickens county No
ody over there except the moonshiners
now what an income is.
Correct Diagnosis I
Editor Hiott, of The Pickens Sen- I
nel, correctly diagnoses the situation in
claring, "This is still the home of the
rave, but no longer the land of the
Well, That's Us
An exchange says that a folded news- I
Lper placed under the coat in the small
I the hack is an excellent substitute
>r an overcoat. Now is the time to E
ibscribe. -Pickens Sentinel. The pa- gli
er should he kept up to (late.
Notice of Dissolution '
t ate of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Notice is hereby given that a meet- A.
ng of the Stockholders of hiEATII
.RUCE-MORROW ('OMPANY, a cor (
)oration, chartered under the laws of
south Carolina, is htere'by called to meet
it Keowee lank, I'ickens, South Caro
inn, on "ebrua.ty 16th, 1918, for the I
urpose of liquidating its business;
vinding up its affairs and dissolving
aid corlporation according to law.
U. E. IlW[CE i
iD. Tr. McDANIEL
Mtanger anda ownerl~ oft moire thani
2( per~ (cent oft 'aid 'atoc'k af atsaid T"I
J anuary 1 5th, 1918'. :1 crow
leip to Win the War ~
We. an all helpa a little by~ raising
our sutppilies~ at home. P'ickenls F
counlty helped last y~ear and the re'- Fort
suilts are here to showv ick~fens to at
never had muore oaf the necessu ais I F
Jur advicae woulId be' a t try againi grov
for a bumpfer crop aof suphpl ies.W
May we figure w.ith yoa Onl yo) ur Gra
lorris & Company.! T.
P'one 31; se it.
b with a4
I Luzianne tc
clips, your gr
aMP~tI~SAOSL'a 'what you 1
~U~t..,g.:a - quest ions.
"When' It Poura, .
LOCAL APAALCATIO't3, Luc
ot reach the as t Of the dlaaae
rrh is a local dtase.ra in
cod by conttutional conditions, a .
rder to cure it you must take n
sal remedy. Hall's Ca rrh Met.
is taken Internally ani ante thru
)lood on the mucous Surfaces of the
im. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was
:ribed by one of the best phYsicIans
tis country for years. It I. 9om
I of some of the best tonies known
pined with some of the best blood
era. The perfect combination of
ngredlents in Hall's Catarrh Meda
is what produces such wonderful
ts in catarrhal conditions. Send for
CHENEY & CO., Props.. Toledo, o,
is rFam1y Pills for constipation.
>mo to Pickens to do your
lug. Our merchants have
goods and they will treat
sid Daugerous Drugs
n't dose yourself with poisonous
s that destroy the delicate thing
h stomach and the intestinal
when you can stimulate your
ish liver by using Granger Liver
ilator. 'this standard medic:no
gins no poisonous calomel. It
ins no inj urious alcohol. It dcc::
ause un pleasant aftc-' effects. A
or so will soon relieve sick hcd
indigestion, consuipation, do
ion, languor and nil other nil
s cu :d by a torpid liver. Grr.:i
ivcr Regulator ms composed en
'f selected roots, bar;: an.
o,: :pecial mnese'n"i:: value. It
be -:ce' ''ken by :n7 member
e family. Jun; try a'few doses,
sec for yourself vhat a splendid
cine this and how thoroly ii
ses the ;yste of impurities.
S.50c a box. Sold by all druggist:;.
:nd Grm gcr Livt r e: uator and
i, u. :ubsxtitute.
yho Need Glasses
jlroad fare paid one way to our
ickens Connty Patienrs
Vho Purchase Glasses. ..
yes examinied by specialists and
sses made while you wait.
Koilak lilms Developed by
he Globe Optical
A. O)noM, A. ll. SclAm.I:,
I'resident, Sec 'y & T reas.
Alasoni e Temple.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
io patriotic duty of farmers and
ceiers everywhere is to increase
and food production. Inten
farming and gardening, and i
berat use of fertilizers, togethe ji
proper rotation of crops, so
increase and improve the fer
and productiveness of the
are all vital and necessary
iderations at the present time.
ood's Descriptive Catalog
L918 gives the fullest and most I
>-date information in regard
rm and Garden Seeds
tells about the best crops to
r, bo th for profi t and home use.
Ite for Catalog and prices of
is and Clover Seeds, Seed
atoes, Seed Oats, or any
'arm Seeds Required.
alog Mailed Yree On Request.
W. WOOD & SONS,
EDSMEN, Richmond, Va.
Oup or Two
ND-EGGS and a cup
What better start could
re for the day's work!
ary, air-tight tin locks
in! Buy acan of
>n't agree it's the best
a that over passed your
ncer will give you back
aid for it, and .ask no
HE report has been
of busiuess. but the
and these people wi
is hard to believe that the;
that we have sold for tii
who have gotten in some
than the old Mitchell. T
every one will be strictl'
higher in price than form
products and they are thr<
Take the price of the 2 1
was $55.00, and cotton i
one of these wagons. '1
new Mitchell wagon of c
expect them to be higher
wagons, and you will see I
in price, perhaps, than otl
has taught the farmers
made todaythat will wea
Sole :\gents for Walk-Ov(
New -oie bewin C Machin
imale in Aniersca. therefoir
lS % G o011
P RINTIN f
[TIE MAN WHO
Says- Mr. Clarient
The P'ickens conty men wvho r
Ihose who (1o not. The Sentin
of Pic~kens counit~y, irrespective
sive rains like ord
soluble, insure coi
* Tane 7 in them
crops without ext
in our Year Book,
* We use the
ER CAR OF i
E Shipped u,
circulated that the Mitchel
y have sold their plant to th
11 continue to make the sam
y can build a better wagon th
e past fifteen years, but fr
of these new Mitchell wad
hey are building the standa
r guaranteed to the trade.
erly. But what hasn't advai
ae and four times as high as
-2 Mitchell two-horse wagc
vas lOc lb., taking a 550 lb
'oday a 550 lb. bale of cot
ourse will not be as high
than they are today. Wa
;he best made wagon ever sh
ier wagons, but cheaper in
of Pickens county that the
r with the Mitchell.
Hats and Gent's Furnishing G
:r and Godman Shoes, Carhart
es, Chase City Buggies. Mitch
there are no better lines sold.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION Of
State of South Carolina,
We, W. C. Hamilton and U. G
Gaines, by mutual agreement an
for valuable consideration, hereby
dissolve the partnership of Gaine
and Hamilton, and no act of eithe
Df us will bind the other. This the
21st day of November, 1917.
(Signed,) R. G. GAINES.
43. W. C. HAMILTON
IF YOU Like to do bus
gives you whal
you, and always appreciates y
The Pickens Sentinel when yoi
Phone No. 27.
READS IS ThEA
e Poe, one of Noritlh Ca rolin)a'
('ad THE P.LCKEN8 8lMI'IN
cl is primarily an count[I y paper
)f class or' polities. 1 .;5t. a yr.,
E. ST. L~OUIS .)' (AXSAs cI'
ME .and PACKZING HT OUSi
& with thohe stgdso
unkage and Blood, ar o ach<
mary fertilizers. Theli amni
lstant feeding cf the plan~t tiil l~
is~ rich im p)ol ch and al~-o ie
plying the potash requi 'rements
ra cost. Rocad what our cutor~(
same grade of Tankar~e and lb
S which insures their high qu
FOR SALE BY
~I & COMPANY, PICKENS,
[Wagon Company are out
e John Deare Wagon Co.,
e old Mitchell wagon. It
tan the old Mitchell wagon
)m the reports of dealers
cons, they are even better
sized Mitchell wagon, and
They of course, will be
iced in price? Take farm
they were four years ago.
n in 1911 and 1912, which
bale of cotton to pay for
ton brings $165.00. The
as $165.00, but you may
.t 'till we get this car of
ipped to Pickens. Higher
bhe long run. Experience
are is not another wagon
oods a Specialty
Overalls, Iron King Stoves,
eli Wagons. No better lines
Why will you suffer from the most
dreaded disease, when L-Rheumo has
proven the greatest remedy for past
1 25 years. Thousands of people testi
fy to its Wonderful Cures. Thhi fa
mous prescription should be in your
home. Have it ready. Take it when
- you feel that first pain. L-Rlheuno is
your friend. Ask-Central Drug Co.
Central, S. C.; Pickens Drug Co
Pickens, S. C.
mess with a concern that always
you pay for, always tries to please
>ur patronage, do businesd with
z needl anything in its line.
IAN WHO LEADS4
l u:l li tq the ;.ivlintate m-e
IUd) url)oses to) serve the people
$1 for S Inonths. 50c for 4 rnos.
SK-AHOMA CiTV I
genuino~ old tim
~to rmaturityz, u
>od in our GOLD k/
ality atnd contin