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The Pickens Sentin(
PICKEN$, S. C.
P U B L Ii I l) W)M E K L
JUNF G, 1918
Kutered at I'Ieken'. ,I ostrthee itN Secoud Clini
1.50 A VIAR, INVARIA B.Y IN AlDVANCl
GARY Hio'i'. M ttaager.
Buy Them And
Help Win The War
POR SALE EVERYWHERE
JhUNI: is the month of lhs atl mar
Jt: N t will he ye editor's annual
5 1)1.1 1li ('onzales used to say,
June is the present month.
(:N. Foril has a .short name but a
Apt IatCAN soldiers took the "cant
out of Cantigny.
Y't~ may have notic'ed that tempm:
is still fugiting.
\W AIt AvINS STIAMI's tre eqjuivalen'
to tickets to H'rlin for our sal diers.
MAN 'ros a(n5d5 ; wotattn niakes hin
repeat it until sie learns it by heart.
it's hard for tiat fellow in Jack
sonville to write a sutshine colyumt now
W E Now have in our midst the cheer
mul idiot who asks "Is it. hot enougl
Hi.ESSIN;s upon Rockefeller 11
forgot to raise the price of gasoli
Goi dloesn t look so much at who
you give hit as h' does at what yt
} W l oaitltVI Mother's )ay and tat
' er's I )ay, hot the nights are reservt
for the babies.
W1: wotu.n be willing to forgive
few hill collectors if they would colle
'THii won n wv'ho miaketh a , good pm ...
dmng in silkee is bett(er than s he wh
mnaketh a tart reply.
Ti i. Ei EAlT HiEN, hate fuil, hel l-houni
Hluns boaust of their bar'barious bombin
of another hospital.
WihEN you meet a man whose give
name is Zebulon it is a safe bet that hi
is from North Carolina.
IFARMEits in this action made a sut
cessful drive against Gen. Green lat
week antd routed the gentleman.
IT D)oISN"'T seemI pos5ible no0w, lbu
less than five months ago we were ur
comfortable because we were out C
Now that school is almost out w
guess it will not dto any harm to mer
tion the fact that a boy in Virginia lot
his mind from overstudy.
'THlE season is about over and wve hav
heard nobody refer (o it as shortbierr
straweake. Yet some people say th
worldl is not growing better.
WE ARE glad to see that Mr. Hurl
sonl has inaugurated airahip rinail se
vice between Washington and Ne
York. He is evidlently using wheelba
rows down thmis way.
IPHEE'S an old Connecticut coup;
who have Hoover skinned a mile. F
twenty years they have abstained fro
eating the morning meal. Which
30e per would amount to about $2,19
.$ome economy, that.
"THE latest paper to come to our dei
is the Virginia Gazette, published
Williamsburg. Va. The Gazette is 1
years old and was the first paper
publish the Declaration of Indepe
<dence. Mr. Lewis Burtnett, former
of The Sentinel, is now with ti
RIDDLE --What stato is round at ean
'end and high in the middle?
The time draws neatr,
We blithely wait
To greet the sweet
NER,..HEYeS scAos OP
eooo FBLER.1S ARO J \ 1Ht0
HERE TOWN, 1uf TNT BEST
Y OF'6M ARg -e PELLERS WVO
BRING IN.THNEt COPY AN'
aos E Ap1y so w AtN'
-uSweE 1o0 oEAH Gt'C'[N'
out -n1e NE PAPeR ON
"tuwa \ NO ?
you SA /o
- some-rIf i/O
11 Y'ci' borrowed this aper fron
your neighbor it is all right with m.
but we douit if it is with your neigh
bor. Of ciourse he wouldn't refuse yo
the paper if you asked for it, but on!,
last week two subscribers told us the
did not get ti) read The Sentinel be
cause their neighbors borrowed it be
fore they had a chance to read it. 1
you want to read the county paper sub
scribe for it. Do not bother your neigh
bor in order to save three cents a week
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharg
Notice is hereby given that I wil
make application to ,J. 13. Newbery
Esq., Judge of Probate for Picken
county, in the State of South Carolina
on the 27th day of June, 1918, at 1
o'clock in the forenoon, or as sool
thereafter as said application can b
heard, for leave to make final settle
T ment of the estate of 1). W. ('antrell
deceased, and obtain discharge as adl
ministrator of said estate.
C. C. CA NTnIIILL,
State of South Carolina,
('ounty of Pickens
1y .1. 13. Newbery, Esq., Probate .Judge
Whereas, Frank Reid made suit I
me to grant him letters of administratic
of the estate of and efTects of Robe1
C Reid, deceased.
These are therefore, to cite and a<
monish all and singular the kindred at
it creditors of the said Robert Reid, d
ceased, that they be and appear befo
me, in the Court of Probate, to be he
at Pickens Court Ilouse, S. C., on t
13th 'day of June, 1918, next, aft
i. publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in t
,d forenoon, to show cause, if any th
have, why the said adim inistration shou
not be granted.
Given under Imy hand and seal, th
a 2lth day of May 1918, in the 1
t year of our Independence.
.J. i. Ni.:wniny,
,Judge of Probate, Pickens County,
S. C. 5
Notice of Forfeiture
One bay mare, one sorrel horse, 01
dtwo (2) horse wagon with box bed at
spring seat and two (2) sets of plos
gear harness, same being seized of W
ICrow near ,Jocassee, in Oconee coun
d oistrict, of South Carolina, on the 231
n Iday of iMay, 1912, for violation of Se
etion 3453 R. S. Internal Revenue Law
One single-barrel shotgun seized
W. E. Elberson neatr Jocassee, S. C
on October 14, 1917, for violation
-Section 3281 R. S.
t One double-barrel shotgun and o1
single-barrel shotgun seized of' H
IHawkins unear D~acusville, S. C.,
November 24th, 1917, for violation Se
t tion 3281 R. S.
.Notice is hereby given that any pe
son claiming above-named proper
must give bond to the Collector of I
ternal Revenue on or before the expir
tion of 30 (lays after the appearance<
e notice or said property will be declare
forfeited to the United States.
'T. ,J. M. ScoTTr,
t 8 D)eputy Collectc
S-Of pop at
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Services at Grace M. E. Church
. Sunday School-10:15a. m.
Preaching-11:15 a. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday afternoon
at 5 p. m.
I The above schedule is according to
the new time. E. T. HODGES,
Notice of Election
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
Whereas, the resident freeholders of
the age of 21 years and the qualified
electors residing in Pleasant Hill School
District No. 24, have petitioned the
Board of Trustees of the aforesaid )is
trict to grant an election within said
District for the purpose of voting upon
the question of issuing bonds for the
purpose of erecting a suitable school
house within said district. The peti
tion further asks that the amount to
be raised shall not exceed $2,0O0.00.
A fter examining the aforesaid petition,
the Board of Trustees are satisfied that
the petition meets the requirements of
Therefore, an election is hereby or
lered by the Board of Trustees of said
lDistrict. to be held at the school house
on Friday, June 7, 1918, to determine
whether said bonds Shall be issued or
not, and that the trustees are hereby
appointed managers of said election.
''ho said managers shall declare the re
sult of said election and make return of
- same to tLis board.
It is further ordered that notice of
saiti election be published in the Pick
ens Sentinel, the election to be eon
ducted in accordanco with the law
1 governing school bond elections.
y May 24, 1918.
W. II. KELLEY,
W. J1. WERNER,
J. W. STEPIHENS,
-J..M'SwAIN SAM H.CRAiG
Gacenvile. S. C. Pickens, S. C.
McSwain & Craig
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Greenville Office Phone 210 .
Pickens Office Phone 39
Porter's Pressing Club
- Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, Al
Suits are sent for and delivered when
promised and the work is done by an
expert. Work guaranteed.
Suits pressed at 25c per suit; cleaning
and pressing, 50c suit; dry cleaning, $1
suit. Special attention given to ladies'
n We appreciate your patronage.
B. B. PORTER, Proprietor,
At Porter's Barber Shop.
< Who Need Glasses
ill Railroad fare paid one way to our
I Ptckens Connty Patienrs
Who Purchase Glasses.
I Eyes examined by specialists and~
. glasses made while you wait.
Kodak Films D~eveloped by
c-A. A. OnoMi, A. H. SonIAnI.
r-President, Sec'y & Tress.
y Consulting Optornetrists,
GREEN VILLE, S. C.
r. Road the Special Notice column.
I yo uttseta u fgo
ruuc anIt P brigtcla
Lzianne Coffee tSteeamifg hot
ilyt give you a wher centyoul
zinn TryLuie ' tere. and yoe
hty good it is.
These hot days make us think of laying aside our
Winter Shoes and getting into Oxfords
0 We have a complete stock for men, women and
children, in all leathers, in many different styles, and
the extremely low prices will surprise you. Try a
+ pair of Walk-Overs, and you will get a stylish and
: comfortable Oxford, as well as a durable one.
0 A few Cool Cloth and Palm Beach Suits to
close at $7.50 to $10.00, much less than we can
, Ip buy them for today, and we advise you not to
VI amiss this opportunity to secure one of these
y rae $. comfortable summer suits if we have your size
,3cwmerr in stock, for the late advance in the price of
_ _ _ _ clothing is amazing.
Buy Them And See us for your needs in Oxfords and light
" Help Win The War Summer Clothing and we will help you to keep
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE cool these hot days. --
FOLGER, THORNLEY & CO.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods a Specialty
S3ole Agents for Walk-Over and Godman Shoes, Carhart Overalls, Iron King Stoves
NewS Home Sewing Machines, Chase City and Sumniers' Buggies, Mitchell Wagons.
No better lines made in America. Therefore there are no better lines sold.
THE MAN WHO READS IS THE MAN WHO LEADS S
. Says M'r. Clarence Poe, one of North Carolina's foremost citizens.
'lie Pickens county men who read THE PICKENS SENTINEL have the advantate over
those w do not. The Sentinel is primarily a county paper and puriPI o s to serve the people
of Pickens county, irrespective of class or politics. $1.50 a yr., $1. for 8 months, 50c for 4 mos.
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"The Store That's Always Busy"
EASLEY, S. C.
You are cordially invited to make
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Easley. You will find every depart
ment of our store complete with all
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Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Clothing,
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.Remember we are glad to show
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you money on your purchasds here.
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EASLEY, S, C.