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The Pickens Sentine
PICKENS, S. C.
, u,,jsuvvE WEEKLI
W. L. MATIIENY, Editor and Manage
Itrd at 'ikens 'ostolICe3 its Second CIs
1.50 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCI
OCTOBE1R 24, 1918
You might profitably utilize you
sIre time licking Thrift atamps,
Oet-rich-qiulek promoters should not
livo in plate-glass houses.
Considering the brotherhood of man,
this war is ii very notable family row.
The tling t i. we jokd about has
comle uiponl us-theo "heoathoss (hlly."
An itv famnine Is prediicted for next
Sunun11er, but1 who cares for)1 that nlow?
Thius w-rbi, iing a little bit partie
U1rI, wans oly a leace woth hay
'lTese wiriless idays give Win e a good
Opprill)ity fY r 4leiullng oIt the fur.
lIut e4n Nitli itll the coal conserva
tion we c'1an,( ltaillge to halve i smoke
Lolfing on workIess 1'days Is a form
of aio 011tim taI will apl)eal strongly
Bisiliess is Inisiness. And the btusi
neSs, of till cou1ntry at the present m1o
menolt Is war.
Iear yur urnii Clieerfully and be
tillllktl u ill an1t heari the boom of
As Quveen .\ri' Anoinlett e might
have sId :hl: "i the1y ha1ve no coal why
d) they it lurn g:o;'
Maw'b4l4. din' in'-t thinkiY thlt wiar
will ilevelip ar t ' i ntlb-1 t. T reh
Il f l il )1i.t Itt i i l t lre
2.u'ark 45 that it lennn la ii- hun 14g for thel
sort. f winer weare hving.
that 1hon I-- t hnil sl1ar will be d1afted
11 (ope that thp. .viIn - wtr y wi ll y
An(' V4'rn-y1 54wer rei'i thaIslt :arrid
f 4ri llsillN1 Ihll l ow k he'lt r t h~lsiil thi.
Twelve n11 gertus ,Ipivs arllt sadll to
bII, loos inl l ts vountiry. W y oily
twelve't Any '-rt of at Spy I,, danger~t
Tin'averge ctize i I 'll lind
Wants io ll- b1111 11 to )s ynand by Ihs
ith-rIUin4' li interunIient entp1 in hi
leIt thatliiles thni a ricdhane skyc.
iahther 41 itznth t1hin rieg.o
Lodo report~'i' s thae itsl etIs sktew
cenl the iavyei' nts, whle I ''i'ckth
Ir'lt thI4rs avl liaodte $1sky14'l$."5
'gsalt I winenx biyera in tely' are
nhtt e rantei?ud the' prlege tofl
An "aker"isai ('011114 evsserv- b
00 in the arl',y o 1))for nav, wil a"lik
lee goes'1 near l1 th o biin l ine, t
~ Loylty rasrsuti l th elhile ors
r0edit t' thl e 81Amed evenl bo.2
-oggs i'i'bhindx year. 'ltre's one
onlathe:11 Tter wo'the ma~sny.o
rnt way0 tould ba ditaerin Aorle
goods nnntIal threimnrufacture
110 hi0z1rd1 tnow ie-got wether, stat
hotaes nd crippand gransport tin
wiard prize of $1,st0 f anotera.
h eighinublethriz 100a ions, at
- 1yboeve knowm tha tbe wortoh
t ow hon egsbt1
Spar nosfi ith Amiea ma o
hA an firmo bhied he thiir
ow n toerat trofwthe cothers ot
t esere to haeegt wthi tartui
hlt eat of cne Misspaio. The n
a wehing~ lonesstan 00-ousra
We hope that Foch will fix it so.
That Belgium lands the knockout blow.
The Kaiser to Hindenburg-You don't
seem to know where to draw the line. 1
Woodrow Wilson was born in Virgina
r but after his notes to Germany, Missouri
will probably claim him as her own.
Foch, Iaig. Pershing and Co. also
3 made importait replies to Prince Maxi
A Letter From the Crown Prince
To His Pa, the Kaiser.
"On the Run Somewhere in France,"
"Everywhere in France."
'All the Time."
I am writing on der run. as der brave
and glorious soldiers under my command
have not seen the Rhine for so long dat
they have started back dat vay, and of
course I am going mit dem. Oh, papa,
dere has been some offel dings happened
here in France. First I started in my
big offensive which was to crush do fool t
Americans but dey know s,, little about
military tactics (it (ey vill not be
crushed just like I vant dem. I sent r
my men in der fight in big waves and
ven dey got to de Americans de all said
"Boo" as loud a4 (ey could holler. Vell, t
acor'dintg to vot you have always told C
me, de Americans have turned and run
like! blazes, but. vat do you tink, dem n
fool Americans don't know anything
about war and instead of running de
odder way, dey came right towards us.
Soie of dem vas singing about "ve y
von't come back till its over, oN er here" 2
or some odder foolish song and some
of dem vas laffing like fools. Dey are
so ignorant. But dey are offel reckless
mit der guns, and ven dey come towards
us it vas den dat my men took a notion j
dey vanted to go back to der dear old
Rhine. Ve don't like the little dirty n
Marne river anyhow. And Oh, papa, t
dem Americans use ofTel language. Dey
know nothing of kulter, and say such r
offel things right before us.* And (Iey C
blasphemy too. Vat you think dey said
right in front of my face? One big h1
husky, from a place dey call Missouri, t!
he said - oh, pap I bate to tell you vat !
an olfel ting he said, '"To hell mit the
Kaiser!" Did you ever hear anything s9
SO orel: I didn't tink anybody vould
say such an offel thing. It made me so -
mad I vouldn't stand and hear such an
offel ting so I turned around and run 20
mit I )odder boys. Vas I right? Vat? -
And, Oh. papa, you know dem breast
plates vot you sent tis-can you send S
some to put on our backs? You know
ve i; going de odder vay now and breast- B
plates are no good for the cowardly
A mericans are shooting us right in der t<
back. Some of our boys took off der ti
breastplates and put dem behind, for A
de fool Americans are playing, "De Star n
Spangled Banner" mit machine guns on c
dem plates. Can't you help us? b
You remember ini your speech you h,
said nothing could stand before de brave o
Ge'ran soldiers? Oh, papa I don'*t be- c
lieve dese ignorant A mericans ev'er read
your speech for de run after us like ye b~
vast a lot of rabbits. Vot do you think.
of dot? Can't you sendI doem some of d
your speceches right away? Deoy (Ion' t
knowv how terrible ye are. Can't you have
my army back to Belgium vere ve von -
My men can vip all (de vimmen and
children vot decm Belgians can bring us. .
But (lese A mericans are oo rough and
ignorant. Ve can't make decm under
standI dot ye hof (de best soldiers on
(arth and von ye try to sing "D1eutsch- ~
land Nbers Allies'' (Icy laugh like a lot h
of' monkeys. But ye are getting the 1
best of (Ie Americans. Ve can out run j
(lem. Papa if ye are niot do best fight
ers on earth ye sure (de best runners. r
Nobody can keep up mit us v'en ye tink
of de (lear old Rhino and my army never I
dlid tiak so much of do (lear old river. S
I et me know right away what to (10
by return post-oflice.
C I,0W N PR INCE; W IL,,IE.
Editor ii.kens Sentinel:
It has been some time since I saw a
copy' of' the air! home paper. Enclosed(
find $l .0t0 for. years subscription. I f the
rato hav'e been raisedl I will be gladl to
sendl the balance whatever it is. Pick
ens is my home, I am the oldest daugh
toer of Jlames 11. Clayton of Liberty.
My oldest son, Corp. D~eIorest Clayton(
Parrott, is with the 13f3 Infantry supply
train, Ith. Division, A. E. 1". Some
where in France. lHe enlisted the (lay
(aur Presidlent declared war April 6th.
n~ 1917. H~e was only 19 years of age, but
anxious to help Uucle Sam whip the
s lloping to receive the next copy of
~. your paper, I am,
lo Mrs. lola (Pai rott) Jarvis.
(618 4th. Street, Des Moines, Iowa.
Tihe heirs at. L law willa sell at. public~
lands of Capt. G. A. Rankin estate on
saiesday in November, plats of which
ot lainds can be seent at F'ar'mers' anid Mer1
es chants' Hank, Anderson, S. C',, and o
co application to Cliff Rankin, R. F. 1). 1,
Liberty. S. C., W. C. SmIth, Easley,
A.C., or to ,J. Robt. Martin, Green.
es: 'ville, S. C.
Also, house and1 lot situated on Cray
t ' sret, No. 202, Anderson, S. C.
Terms-10 per cent (lay of sae bal
ance December 1st.
Folger, Thornley & Compny's
Fall Showing of
Ladies' and Children's
RE4D V-TO-ME ER
We have been receiving almost daily for the past two weeks shipments of
Ladies', Misses, and Children's Ready-to-Wear, consisting of Coat Suits,
Sport Coats, Cloaks, Skirts, Dresses and Shirtwaists.
Prices on Ready-to-Wear is very little higher than last fall, cheaper than
the-goods will cost you, and you also save time and trouble making up the
t We are showing a complete line of Coat Suits in many different styles
from $15.00 to $35.00, Cloaks from $10.00 to, $32.50, Children's and Misses
Cloaks'from $3.00 to $15.00; Skirts in Silks, Serges and Poplins from $4.00 to
$10.00; Dresses for Infants, Children and Misses from $1.00 to $7.50, and a
beautiful line of Ladies' Dresses in Silks, Serges and Poplins from $7.50 to $20.
Our business in Shirt Waists has been the largest we have ever experi
enced all the year, and we are constantly receiving something new in Shirt
Waists. We have just received a large assortment in many different styles
s from $1.00 to $6.00.
We will be more than pleased to show you through our line of Ladies',
Children's and Misses Ready-to-Wear, and we think we can please you both as
to prices and quality.
FOLGER, THORNLEY & 00.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gent's Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Sole Agents for Walk-Over and Godman Shoes, Cairhart Overalls, Iron King Stoves,
New Home Sewing Machines, Chase City and Summers' Buggies, Mitchell Wagons.
No better lines made in America. Therefore there are no better lines sold.
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Suits, Coats and Millinery Opening
At Bolt's Department Store, Easley, S. C.
d We are now showing our entire line of Fall
Goods, including Ladies' Suits, Coats and Millinery,
and we cordially invite you to come in and see the
new styles and get our prices.
Millinery and Suits
We especially invite you to visit our Suit and
Millinery Department. You will find it to be one of
the most complete in this section of the State, and
our milliners will be glad to show you, whether or
not you may be ready to buy. You will find our
styles correct and our prices reasonable.
EdIwin L. Bolt Company
"The Store That's Always Busy"
weat (lni( inm at on restaunrant OLD FALSE TEETH MCSWain & Craig
merly y gin o aothr.broen or not.) Weto 50peactual L AWYERS
4' instead ofh eal h ou givIng that cal Lridge-vork. Send at once by parcel Practice in state and Federal C'ourta
a chanc to grw into ful steerhod post and rceive cash by retr n iiT Gr. eiv I fe Phon 1(
Wilson to the voice from German;
"To whoin am I speoking-to whorm.
'Tis an old stall. Capt. Kidd'also wh
;hey got him, said he only fought i
State of Ohio. City of Toledo,
Lucas County. as.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ht
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J3
Cheney & Co., doing business in tho City
of Toledo, County and State aforesaid,
and that said firm will Day the sum of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for eack
and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to beforo me and subscribed In
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1886. A. W. GLEASON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken in.
ternnily and acts through the Blood on
the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send
for iestimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. 0.
Sold by all druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
state of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
1y J. B. Newbery, Esq , Probate Judg<
Whereas, Lloyd 1. Smith made su
o Ine to grant him letters of adminia
ration of the estate of and effects
prank 11. Smith, deceased.
These are, rherefore. to cite and a(
ionish all and singular the kindre
nId creditors of the said Frank 11
mith, deceased, that they be and al
car before me, in the court of probatt
o be held at Pickens Court House, 1'
on the 7th day of November, 191
ext, aftes publication hereof, at 1
'clock in the forenoon, to show cause
r any they have, why the said admit
stration should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal thi
3rd day of October, 1918, in the 143r
ear of our independence.
J. B. NEwunWy, (Seal)
; J. P. P. C*
tate of South Carolina,
County of Plckens.
y J. B. Newbery, Esq., Probate Judge
Whereas, Silas Kirksey made suit t,
ie to grant him letters of administra
on of the estate and effects of J. R
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
ionish all and singulai the kindred ani
reditors of the said J. R. Kirksey
eceased, that they be and appear be
re me, in the court of probate, to bi
eld at 'ickens Court House, S. C., oi
ie 7th tiny of November, 1918, next
fter publication hereof, at i o'clocl
the forenoon, to show cause, if an;
iey have, why the said administratioi
iould not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, thi
nd day of October, 1918, in the 143r1
ear of our independence.
J B NFWIIERY, (Seal)
J.- P. P3. C1
tate of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
y J. 13. Newbery, Probate Judge:
Whereas, James Hendricksmade sui
> me to grant him letters of adminih
-ation of the estate and effects o
ugustus Hagood, deceased.
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
ionish all and singular the kindred an
reditors of the said Augustus Hagoot
,ceased, that they be and appea
ofore me, in the Court of Probate, tob
eld at Pickens, S. C., on the 7th da
f November, 1918, next after publi
ation hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fort
oon, to show cause, if any they have
'hy the said administration should nc
Given under my hand and seal this 19t
ay of October, 1918, the 143rd year c
J. 1B. NEwBERY, (Seal)
26 J. P. P. C.
Notices lierted1 in this ciolumni for ona'ecnt
or'i for lirst insertioni antii one-half cent a wvoi
r each Mibsequenit in.',rtion.
F~or' Sale-One only non-ski
lincher guaranteed tire, 34x4; nevt
een unwrapped, $37.50. TV. D. Harril
ULst. St rayed or Ntolenu -R
nd white spotted yearling. Any ii
ormation as to its whereabouts will I
ewardedl. B. F. Riggins.
OntN foi Male-I have a few Re
tust Proof and Hastings' 100 Bush,
eed onts for sale. Robt. Stewarti
Te4acher(.,-You can secure an e:
elient position through us. Thousant
laces direct from schools paying $501
200 a month. All persons qualified<
vith necessary education can render
treat service by teaching. Write ti
lay. Sou thorn TLeachers' Agenc;
solumbia, S. C. 25
F'or Male-TPwo Ford Touring ear
lenry WV. Garrison, Easley S. C.
For' sale-One Busha Shingle Mil
dlso Peerless 5 h. p. engine, both
rood condition for work. Apply G.]
3renshaw, Central, S. C. 23
A otice to Farners-We w
'urnish you bagging and ties to coy
our cotton for $1.00 per bale. Pickel
W ~ill. 21 tf
Vorn Wantted--Will pay $2.00 p
ushel CASH delivered at Easley.
Finley & Whitmire, Easley, S.
Beginnlig October 1, 1918, t
yearly subscription price of lhe Ladi
HoeJu'al will be $1.75, and oft
Saturday Evening Post, $2.00. Give
your ordeor before the raise. We tal
orders for anyr magazine publishe
Pickens Drug Co. 1f
For Male --One good horse and tv
good colts. Apply Mrs. B,. C. Blakt
A 19141 nandel Overland Touril
Car, in good condition; ho niot he
ur'd eneb. I will noll for edvJ
trade - it. A. C. Sutherland, Pickel
S. C., R-4.
F"Or Sale-FIne f resh milk cow.
2G IH. E. H-amilton, Pi'ekens, I
For' Mate-One Chevolet Touri
car in first clans condition. Has bc
run less than 500 miles. A bargain.