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The pickens Sentinel
piCKENS, S. C.
p I S If e ) W W E K L,
FEBRUARY 28, 1918
niert i i tPIckens P Lositl ie its SC '4 ' t cUm
1.50 A YEAR, INVARIABL.Y IN ADVANCE
GARY }0'"1 I la r.
"My Country 'Tia of Thee, Sweet Land
Almanac for March
March begins on the first and lasts
until the ;U st this year. M any bibies
will he born this vmth. Look out for
March 1--Menlay. Look out for wind
and candidates. Plint more radish seed.
Mustar pilaters invented 162-4. Short
,lkirt:; make wom n lok shorter, but
men look longer.
March 2- Saturday. 'orkless diy;
still windy, symptonm of' more; baseball
fever epidemic expected; first prohibi
tion resolution introdutcd in the Year :1.
March 2--Sunday. A day upon which
our forefathers iseid to go to church,
but now us(d for at omtobiling. Not too
Windy and cold for aitombililes. Theo
dore lioosevelt stepped oil carpet tack
while wa1lking his baby 1888.
Mareb .1 --Monday. Wheatless day;
cold and windy. A braham Ii ncoln in
vented Republican party I SO; bloomiig
'Poets may he looke(i far.
March 5-Tuesday. Meatless day;
congress in session; more wind; "I)usty "
Miller probably bolrn about this time (of
year; eggs are soarco. .;o is ioney; save
Mlarcht IG Weo.day. WheI atless day.
warmer and higher wind- ; Lwins in
vented bu! no 1)itin t taken out; eggs
-;till scaree. Plaint corn fI or early whis
March 7 ...-Thursday. Snow in north
accompanied by wind. FIggs still scarce,
coal too;27 second Ty (obbs discovered:
salted peanuLs shoubl njot be planti,
M arch Fri.lay. (;reat drouth it
Sou thern st ateA, 'x cept I a. ; eigh t team:
win National league pientiant; wind i:.
:aying butL hens are not ; save food.
March 9 --Saturday. Dry and d1u1ty
tager beer spring discovered in South
Carolina; special Session 1f hegislatu ri
ca1lled to Imeet ait th spring an Iupi
press it; Iiemeln'r.1 ruin to meetinl,!;
igreat excitement; porkhus,.~ daly.
Malrchi 10 Sunday. .-qiar. mieal dhy;
ltion Mcli-sick- iccuhu. puilpit of ioun
(coie street churtch; hiad day for the
levil; istill windy bumt allit tie damp; le.
islature holds Sunday session.
M arch 11 - Monday. FVat cornbIreadl
itday; l(aiser of G (erm':uny celebra tes
*tli anniversary- if estabhlihme~nt ot
ir.m oi "'ie undl Gott" by having
lFrenchl hoispit al bombwd ; weaLter (-lear,
war sit iiat in not. Vtr) 'l eople from ev
ery :retion tIeinga to the ne(wly di-o
1)vere.d sprin g. buit 10-legistureO d1ecrees
hat no ione but miembler, (if that bodly
hulgo near it; great h wi fronm litder
March 2i TIuesday. hat noiimeait 1'
'Jay; wvind is rising, soi is cost4 -, lhving;
l'he Sentinel will dliscontin:. subscrim
tions not p'aid up to Feb't. 1.
M arch 13 Wedlnesday . IJam P a n dI
w i ndy; legisil ature still in session; well.
-(nown gladliator named Spart aeus wins
iatc-h-as-eatcuh-cani wrestlIing chaonpio: -
hipi of thie world; ('at mlore earhnbreaI.
.\r'ch 141 Thursday. liigh windl;drit
t taxes ; food lllll admiistrator' issues ordec
for allihens to lay one t'gg a day ('exet
M!arch~ 15 -Friday. Clomh- - mis
pher Columblus gets seasick an.t abmiu
bro'ws upl hki job; sehV fod
,March I16 - Saturday. Not much wimnl
. l'Ty Cobbs laying br~ li.
Mlarch 17--Sunday. WVarmer.
-ola and automobiles in gretde
two lhens arrested in I ,ibertyv for bireak
ing Sunday laying law- weai .o
- March 18 Monday. I )amipday-unml
ing heard from legislature in severt
days; editor considering going to sprin
and finding out about itifor'henefit
-his readers; wheatless day.
March 19-Tuesday. Still (lamp; egg
-easier; hens~ escape from p~risonl and at
at Liberty; great uneasiness about n<
- . hearing from legislature and peop
!locking to the recently discovered sprir
to look af ter their safety; meatless das
March 20-Wednesday. This is tl'
(lay to eat more corn bread; rain; Cs
Jones born 1884; save food.
March 21 -Thursdlay. Stormy; IaFo
eotte speaks in Congress and dlenouncu
Kaiser; newv corn remedy dliscovered i
March 22- Friday. Still storminl
liens recaptulred andf sent to pot; wor
from legislature says they are' huntin
for source of .spring; S Tfy C'obbs no'
a~rc h 23 -Saturday'. Ciloudy, wit
symitoms of storm; Columbia Stat4
prints editorial endorsing Cole L. Blease
eat no pork today; Raz Barlow visit
editor and beings him prescnt.
March 24--Sunday. Editor has head
ache this morning; quiet day; save food
March 25--Monday. Legislature un
decided what to do; appearances of
frost; eat cornbread today; bull frogs
invented; Ed DeCamp and Watson Bet
sign the pledge.
March 26 --Tuesday. Clear and cool
checks on Faro Bank found to be no
good and depositors lose money; Watson
Bell breaks joledge; plenty eggs and
early onions; Americnns lick Germans
in big light; neatless day; save food.
March 27-Wednesday. Cold waive
with symptoms of frost; Geo. \Vass
ington foreseeing the present shortage
of fire-wood cuts down his father's fa
vorite cherry tree 1740; Postmaster-Gen.
Blurleson learns that The Sentinel dis
approves of his methoes and resigns;
only one Ty Cobb playing hall now;
March 28 -Thursday. Stid .cool with
frost breaking out in Idaces; doctor.1
advise quarantine to prevent spreading:
Pancho Villa, pases the liubicon and
sinks Cevera's fleet :it \aterloo in 1192;
eat heart ily toda : hig Germa n otlensive
expectet n western front
iM ar-h 29 - Fridav. E very body knows
What to d. on Good Friday; save rood.
Mareh .0 S:iturda y. Warmer, much
lust anld war talk: tirst ship IIlad of'
hole imported at New York for manu
facture of Swiss tcese in this coutry
1791: legislature afterll an uninterrupted
session 'decides that lager beer spring
Shoui he su pp11)res-sed, passes law to that
ell'eet and appropriates $19,7.51.02 for
March 31 Sunday. First warni East
er Snday oil record; big dress parades
all over the country and large church
congregations everywhere; not much
headway made against the devil, how
ever; eat one mo0rae square meal as
March ad journs sine die, ab initio. in
linitum, e pluribus unum, etc.
Horn Family Now We
Iron Mineral Righ
Most everyone has read of the
reat medicinal iron deposit un
earthed on the Horn farm down near
Hickory, Mississippi and today the
highly concentrated product is put
a up under the A-I-M trade mark of
the Ferrodine Chemical Corp. which
has stood for quality and strength
in medicines for over thirty years.
Dr. R. C. Johnson, of Stringer,
Mlississippi in a letter some time ago
said: "I have used Acid Iron Miner
aI in amly practice for a number of
years and find thdt it has no equal
as a. nervinte, blood purifier and liver
mledicinle. Ina the treatient of indi
gestioni iad tdyspepjsi~a nothing~. can
.Just a teaspoon ful or less of Acid
Iron Mlineral miixedi with a glass of
wvat er after nmeals has relieved manyv
a man andl woman of severe stomach
trolublles and pains, indigestion and
the various other symnptomas of stom
ach (lhsordlers ad after a short
treatmient not only has their appe.
The Right T
T at tiatn.
1 00 a a - \ta ~a h ie a I.
PICK ESM AN
10110 No. 1 2 - P(j
e / s
- - and
WE ARE ALRE,
.SHIPMENT of Spring S]
+ are no higher than last sea
for shoes today are cheape
+ Of course at some pla
+ pair, but if you pay such
+ not a shoe made worth th
Of course there has b
o been small, comparatively
For instance, a Walko
we vill sell you today for
those at 6.00 are today 7.0
three years ago for 4.00, a
In other words, the ad
f you are paying more, yo
,is altogether unnecessary.
It xvill pay you to see
dIle such well known line;
Wood & Co.'s line for chik
# men, and the well known i
our prices are right.
FO L.G E R
- f(-11 :\\Vs 'o 1Wak Over
m el .\meri i.Therefor. tC
Free Flower, Seed
LTells You About It
No matter whether you farm on a
large scale or only plant vegetables
or flowers in a small way, you need
Hastings' 1918 Seed Catalogue. It's
ready now and we have a copy for
you absolutely free, if you write for it,
mentioning the name of this paper.
In addition to showing you about all
the varieties of vegetables, farm
grass, clover and flower seeds, our
catalogue tells how you can get free
five splendid varieties of easily grown,
yet beautiful flowers, with which to
beautify your home surroundings.'
Good seeds of almost every kind
are scarce this season, and you can't
afford to take chances in your seed -
supply. Hastings' seeds are depend
able seeds, the kind you can always
depend on having "good luck" with.
You are going to garden or farm
this spring. Why not insure success
so far as possible by starting with theq
right seed? Don't take chances thatc
you do not have to in seeds..
Write today for Hastings' 1918
Catalogue. It's free and will both in
terest and help you to succeed in 1918-.i
-H. G. HASTINGS CO., Seedsmen,
A dortisinig in) The sentinel ays big.
( Our Country.i
needs every pouni
ready to pay har
/ Southern farmer]1
and at the same ti
essary now than<
yield its utmost.
quantities of ferti
" ertilizers constitt
and hasten fruiti
ways give unive
1lie Sentinel always notifies sub
scribers when their subserigtions- to
this paper expires. When a subscriber.
pays no attention to lis *notice we
take it for granted that lie does not
wath t ive piaper iny longer, so we dis
continue sending it to him.
We want every good citizen of the
county to be a subscriber to The Sen
tinel, but we do not try to force it on
any mwn by sending it a year or so and
then expecting pay- for it whether the
pnper Was wanted or not.
We Hope Not.
I Sprianburg -Journal:
T Pm Piedmont section of South Caro
Inli has lost the services of l'astor 1).
W. lliott but Pickens county will never
be able to get rid of Gary lliott.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any casa of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine.
Hall's Catarrh 'Medicine has been taken
by catarrh stifferers for the past thirty
five years, and has become lnown as the
most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Iall's
Catarrh Medicine acts thriu thr, Ploo on
tho Mucous surfaces. exprlling the P'
son from the lood and healing the e!s
After you have taken TIall's Catarrh
Medicine for a short tinic y-a will se" a
great improvement in - reGe' meneral
heah. Start taking H4ll's ~'antarrh Mcdi
cine at once, and get ri of catarrh. Sore
for t--stimonials. free.
F. J. C[IWNEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Beid by -.11 Druggists. 7ic.
Sale of Personal Property.
I Will sell at public ni tion to the
bishest bidders otn Saturday, Mareb 9.
all personal property, including house
hold goods, lot of corn and milk cow.
belonging to estate of IHarriet Adaline
Freeman deceased. Sale will be held
at the late residencte of Mrs. Freeman.
be-ginninning at tenl o'clock , a. m.
T. A. .VIt-.AN. Admilnistrator.
althy By Lease of Acid
ts To Corporation
tite been revived but uric aci(d seem
ed to disappear as if by magic, leav
ing people long troubled with rheu
matism. strong again and free of
"Dr. A. L. .Johnson of this place
prescribed Acid Iron Mineral to me"
writes E. C. Keen, ). D. S., of Hen
ry, Va., "and for the past two win
ters I had excruciating pains from
rheumatism in my left arm. I could
not raise my arm, it was so bad, but
after taking about three quarters of
a bottle he prescribed for me I.was
relieved and haven't been bothered
since. In my opinion it is a wonder
fil blood purifier and remedy for
rhenmatism,'" E. C'. Keen, D. D). S.
Note :--Neither D~octor Johnson
referred to above knowv the other or
are of any kin. The files have many
people of same name wvho endorse
it. The local drug stores have it or
at lirge bottle will be sent anywhere
up~on receiplt of $1 by the Ferrodine
('hem icatl Corporation, Roanoke, Va.
ime to Build
as5 iiOW. It I :j kes only abtlii
117ii I Ii l mt' .iu1< a f ilot il. of' lii it
!iii ii iklt'4i Igl t' i'.tisi) \ lit \I '.
In:' I .Li I -i (1 stiplyl' 70 1' it IS
I1LE & LUMBER CO.
iNS, SOUT'II CAROLINA
:M,.wijamn q masnamie
r the end of a hard day, just sit
down to a cup of ~Luzianne
ee. See how you pick up with
y savory sip. Luzianne is far, far
rent from any other coffee. It's
something that all the others seem
eck. And it's packed in dust-proof,
sture-proof cans that bring
ianne to your kitchen just the same
'hen it left the roaster. Buy a can
try it for yourself. An iron-clad.
ight guarantee says that if you are
entirely satisfied with Luzianne,
r grocer will give you back your
Fey. And he will,
4G SHOES OXFORDS
NO HIGHER THAN LAST SEASON
ADY BEGINNING TO RECEIVE
ioes and Oxfords, and we are glad to say that prices
son. All the talk of high prices on shoes is all bosh,
r than anything that is sold.
3es you see shoes priced $12.50, $15.00 and $18.00 a
prices you are simply paying too much, for there is
it much, and if any dealer charges such prices he is
,en some advance over a few years ago, but it has
ver shoe that we sold you a few years ago for $4.00.
$5.00, the ones w. sold at $5.00 are now $6.00 and
0. The best work shoe on earth for men, that sold +
re worth 5.00 today.
vance in the price of shoes is about 25 to 33 and
u are being separated from some pocket change that
our line of shoes and oxfords for spring. We han
as H. C. Godman for women and children, I. T.
Iren, Endicott, Johnson & Co.'s line for boys and
mnd reliable Walk-Over line for men and women, and
THORNLEY & 0o.
Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods a Specialty
andl Godain Shoes, Ca rhart Overalls, lron King Stores
s, ihase City Pleuv6s, M ilchell Wagons. No better I lines
bIero are no )etter lines sol I.
One hundred acres, good five-room house and outbuild
ings near good school and churches, six miles fron court q
house, only twenty dollars per acre.
Linwood Land & Investment Co.
PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA
Singing Convention N~~o 1is'o~ ~c )c~r
All thIose~ in terested( are earneO.th' - e-I 4 10 ..
uested to mre-t at M..unitain~ V *iew\ a .:*. (
butrehl :ext: Sunday attftroon. .'lareba I.I, ~ :
:1, at 2:30) o'clock,. for te pii.e f 1C I I444~.(z'
rganizing a HuirrciaeIoviip S iai() .
lg(fVfIif. ..11. Rigginis. ...t f h es;. ', i-jqI :;4p
A. .1 . Ramnpey, IIC O( ~ 4fII(hti ~~i~ T'1 '
SN. Holding. uix(I ljIQ tt.r
M. oldning, t~filitr~~X
C. sT.LOUI ,, K'IANSAS CITY SO. OMAHA
-. A ~ OKL-AHOMA CIT
AND TAKACE ERPN
IOME-OF'VIE 0RAr4CH OFFICES
cker Acres to Work
s calling for bigger yields of all crops. The world I .,
d1 of farm products the South can furnish, and is
dsomne pr ices for them. Never..before has the
gad such a golden opportunity to serve his country ""
me build his owvn fortune.
etilization of every acre in cultivation is more nec-. -
3ver before, because each acre should be made to
This cannot be done unless the proper class and
bizers are used. Low producing acres and inferiorg
ite an inexcusable and unpatriotic wvaste.
S BRANDS resist leaching prevent shedding
ul maturity of the crop. Only the best class of ,/
Into their manufacture. That's why they al
FOR SALE BY
IS & COMPANY, PICKENS, S. C.