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e Pickens Sentinel
PICKENS, S. C.
P U B L I BI 1 l: ) W Km i, Y
W. L. MATIHENY, Editor and Managei
. mtered at alekeux 'stollee ms SecoOli Ciusi
1.50 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE
NOVEMBIR 7, 1918
SAYS THE OFFICE OWL
With the kaiser it seems to be:
Kill the women and children first.
The only way you can get along
with some men is to walk the other
We have never known a truly wise
man to brag nor a braggart who was
Money may b(" time root of all evil
but most people wouild llke to hive
a1 lot of it to plant.
Unfortunately wvhen people find it
no--s'sar. t eonmi zoi1 '.. 'h rity is
the flr t thiag to get it in the neck.
W'c ti brief for incratitul lot
nelit - I) we think that the doer
of a kin-mHess has a right to de:at nd
ahject servittu'e in return.
The reason some men r"1't c. cre'*
it for what they can (o is b'',ne they
never (1o the thin -hy : :r. fr'.il
someone else will e ,h 'r+e, f'r.
I ',ekens Se'ntine!,
P'icken , S. C.
I had an att:ack of mnluerza about
two weeks ago mral s.n,(. .f your cor
respondent s pulise ed ;. :otice t. your
loafer that I was dead It. is to i:.
form you that 1 :I a r : Ir.-tead. I
have t i '(iitsi s: \ ixt :'. intiu(nzu
11: -" to days . Wvil a;" .i att :i.
t i.- , you aike hi e (rrt:ti r
C C. I '!OR "TO0N, M.D.
rectior rtnd(c w i. L to coingrnatulauat th'
doctor (;Id we w re in <rror.- P"d.
Corporal P arrott Overseas
The following i temti is ta(en fIro a
recent isstue of the D1es %Iones I (.w a
"Mrs. Wmn. .1larvis, of the Brown An
nex, received word v sterdlay front lie
son, Corporal I). C. Parrott. of the Om(
Hundred 'T hirt v-third suplv train. that
he had arrived .afe'ly overseas. I h
had been stationed at ('arnip Cody.''
Corp. U arrot t is a furmoer i'ceken.s
counttv young manlt. HeIt is a granditaon
of ..iiH. (Claytorn (of I ihety. ailso the
grandson of Rouben 1. Parrott of [Six
Mil(e. He enhasted April t6th, 191l7:
wanIted to be' one- of the first to4 go
five rseas, buat insrtead has been in ser
vice down 'in the border ini New Me'x
Ice u nt r.ecently when hie was trans
ferre-d to (Camp IDix, New Jersey, thena
D~eath of Mrs. J. M. Hayes
Mrs. Aurie Hamyes, wife ((f , M.
i ayve. died Saturday of complications
fowgan at tack oif Spanish irntu
ena Mrs. Hayes was before her rnar
riag'e Miss Aurie Bagwei!, daughter of
C L Bagwell, and wats about 3l years
old at the time of her death. She
leaves a husband and six small children
toL mourn her departuore. Mrs. Hayes
wea memrber of Griffin church arnd a
o !istenrt Christianr woman 1Her life
was p'ntle. but like stil water, it was
dAeep1 Ih. her hoeart of hearts she car
ned thoise tne loved. andS her hand was
rneier wodty. her step never failed in
mntering unti. cauring for andl wait
ing upon tnose who in any way were
dependent upon her. 'Truly a good
woman has been taken away in the
prime of life to her et'!rna; re.-ting
place. .%re was buried att Giffin
church, the services being conductedi
hfy her pastor, Rev. F. S. Childres~s.
Tthe bereaved father and children we
extend heartfelt sympathy irn the loss
of their good wife and mother.
1 wish to thank the many friends and
neighburs for their kindness during the
sickness and death of my beloved wife,
and also wish to thank Dr. Porter for
his earnest attention. All that loving
hands could do wvas done, and it will be
impossible to ever repay them for their
kind servics. 1 pray that God will bless
each and every ono of them.
.1. M. Hayes.
M)NE SWEPERS BEGIN THE
London.-A large fleet of the latos
types of B3ritiah mine-sweeperg begat
the tedlious task of clearig the Dar
daLnolles ofi ilutu andu ijk obslitutc
tione. This work, together wkth othe
safeguards which the allies conside
to be -necessary before the nlled flee
eontemfjte tortuous ewaterway leadin
past Contteantinoplo and through th
.Bospoe to thae'Black eea, will tak
saeveral days, in -the opinion" of th
RED CROSS NOTES
Tihe colored friends of the Red Cros
have given excellent service in the re
cent linen shower. They contributed
large number of eggs, many sendinj
notes saying how gladly they did thei
bit. The local colored auxiliary laun
diered the articles sent in. The count;
chapter is most appreciative of thei
A large allotment of knittlng is .1
hand-220 sweaters and 242 pairs o
socks. The sweaters are needed .rst
so everyone who is willing to
please see the led Cross at once A
branches will please notify the c
of woman's work how many the'
take. The winter is upon us
boys are needi:ng their wr:
:,o Niiase be prumrt.
The!: homre erv'ice d ." na - i
ready to :e 'p Are yo: a ...
See.he ~ ..
wll r nDeath of M rs. L nn e B~ c n.
a huba en-. t we srra c.hiildrem 1
mon~urn tetr deat. Sne was ;aid i re4
in the Secor,a ': cis: ermeterv or :.I
folic . ing Saturda after a snort se
vice conducteo b Rev. i G. Fieid
and Good Ch,
like tPossum at
cup of cc
"'' en It just right. T
urs, It And th. Savo
spot, for it's I
If you don'i
is worth who
and he'N give
Y: ourv Lib<
When you bought
your money to the
4 might "do your pal
2'You gave the Gov(
the boys ''over the
ot' your support.
You shared the bui
lands who are heav
Keep your 'Bonds fo3
To dispose of them,
f necessity, is unpati
as not to buy!
*surance for your fu
This is friendly, tin
ten to those who m
in exchange for:
Hundreds of millio,
-lo..t during the pas
S parted with their:
Two Deaths in One Family
On Tuesday night of last week Paul
ine, the daughrer of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
B Durham died. Her death was caused
by influenra followed by pneumonia.
On Thursday a son, Herberta tcmbt: ed
to an attack of the same disases lin
r terment was uiade at Mt.. lttel ceme
tery. lev. W. 11. Lrwis of Greemill
, and the pastr .d)cted the' f'unecrAl
r service.,. Both P'auh~ne 4mde Hrbe rr
were members of Mt. 'eithc.i The
dclastsof t h( Sunday +chool' we"re
the ;all earrs.
Brother Drham And hic ert .i f,
ily hAw had infletnza, bul t mst l
them Are rcovering. auline .
erbc'rt w cre bright C hristisan s as
e'r ^ regular in, attendCance at : f ;::
cs -t and t S1ny s cho~ol
hr;ther Durham and wife Are s :
bristiar~s and loyal member t MN
Bet.hS. He is superintendet; r:h
unAr:. hool. A t All gat1eurigs
serMes Rr Durham a
,%rc prese cr.t. They carry t-heir chi ldre
uer the ouse of the Lord s,.
La ne r. thewo be-as r -
je you ov,-er derec. his rot~r! e
hra' r andyo rl orgng it..:
'. kne tit Lum~e heavy sor trot
.'l of pnh and piy ep. e ymp
tAn that this oodaol Luanthn4
tocafy w-:. ie worth SS Cli onr .la~nuary 1
s y: An:d, on hat date i urcrhas
Sa. eory st. a. preas
rtvadrente unconditional surre
oe -:brcy W .S . ar.;: help bring
Go Sweet tatoes
Luzianne rnakes the beat-tasting
Kee you ever drank. It's roasted
he fragrance-you can't forget it.
-s new that Lueanne jest de the
all of punch and pep,
think that this good old Luaianne
t you paid, thn tell your greeer
you back every coat.
3rty Bonds! n
rnment dlars h'ome bend
rear tagble peplenceo
Lrty Bondsren in
tely advce no *ols
Buy Your W
This is the advi
give it is not only
higher in price, b
E One well known shoe c
for next spring, and other
need, but no more, and bt
Our shoe business for
'ntire shoe business for la
We attribute the reasc
n the Walk-Oveer shoe,
t a we are handling thre
For we have a very good
and we are endeavoring t
we are ordering constantl
When you buy your
buy the best: cheap shoes
and all the time.
Sole Agents for Walk-Ove
-New Home Sewiing Machir
No better lines made in Am
At Bolt's D
We are now
and we cordially
new styles and g
the most comple
Rour milliners wi
not you may be
styles correct, an
more uniformity in observing meat
less and wheatless days would pre
Svent a marf from getting meat or
wheat denied him at 0on0 restaurant
merelyv by oing to another.
Every time a housewife orders beet'
Instead of veal she is giving that calf
a chance to grow into full steerhood.1
A three-year-old will feed mote Amer
ican by hav e fron+ tan a calf .ill.
ce we give you, an
from the fact th
ut tiey will be sci
oncern has allotted us to a
concerns will fall in line.
ty the best quality always.
the month of October wa
n for this to the lines we a
Endicott, Johnson & Comi
e of the best lines of shoes
Us For Your Sh
stock at present, with price.
a keep our stock up so we ca
y to be shipped by express.
shoes consider quality mor<
are cheap at any price. S
~, T HORNLA
., Hats and Gent's Furnishing G,
~r and Godmian Shoes, C2arhart
es. Chase City and Sumniers'
rica. Therefore there are no b
apartment Store, I
showing our en1
Ladies' Suits, Coal
invite you to co:
et our prices.
y invite you to vi
ment. You will flu
te in this section c
11 be glad to show
ready to buy. Y
d our prices reason:
ore That's Alway
EASLEY, S. C.
OLD FALSE TEETH
(broken or not.)$. Wetoalso50 pye aca
value for Diamonds, old Gold sali ver and
pos and receive cash by return mail.
Dept. X, 2007 so. 5th st.
- . A t . ..., , .y.',:
id the reason we
at shoes will be
,rce and hard to
certain amount of shoes
Buy such shoes as you A
s nearly as large as our
e handling, as we think
any. and H. C. Godman,
made or sold in America.
s the same as last year,
.n supply your needs, and
than price. It pays to
tick to qualify first, last
)ods a Specialty
Overalls, Iron King Stoves,
Buggies, Mitchell Wagons.
etter lines sold.
asley, S. C.
ire line of Fall
is and Millinery,
me in and see the
sit our Suit and
ad it to be one of
f the State, and
you, whether or4
ou will find Our
McS wain & Craig
Practice in state and Fe"-'"
See The Smi