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The Pickeos Setlll
PICKENS, S. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDA
- $l.50 a Year Invariably In Advant
ntered at Pickens, S. C. Postoffice
Secoid Class Mal Matter.
THE PRODIGAL RETURNS.
Coming back to Pickens and Th
Sentinel is to me like coming bac
To those who know me, it is us(
less to say that I am pleased to b
back. because they all know I am
crank about Pickens. And wh
shouldn't I bl) pleased to be back?
like the work I am ealled upon to (I
on the paper here; I love and ha.
gotod reason to love the people C
Pickens and stlbscrilers of The S r
tin 1, for they were good to mc whe.
I was here before----they were '"t
my faults a little blinid. and to im
virtues 'cr:: H ind hw, old -
kissed and hi.toirie hlg; of lP.iol .
will ever he dl.:ari and an inspira'on
to mi. I never expect to live ,'
of sight o the nountninis a; rein, an
I agree w.th Sheriff Peotark, w.ho s
he doteso't .gee how aniybotly can liv
more than two miles Iron Pie ken
and be sr isfietl.
I hope I can publish a good paper
for you, aid will he glad to have my
old friends drop in to see me a!
The sound of the base hit is
abroad in the land.
The Raven is not the only one who
has said "Nevermore."
It is never necessary for a gentle
man to prove that he is one.
And the fertilizer this year smells
just like it always did.
With the r'eturn to germ
brought about by readjust
prices in all lines, we feel
are on the verge of a most
ous era. Everybody seems
money and are looking f
good, sane investment. W
fore, believe this PROS
Week campaign will brini
your best investmenit oppori
The merchants of Green,
determinedI to share this PFl
ITFY with their neighbors and
and so have set aside one
which to offer some real y
everythinig that is needed ri
in the way of wearing apj
men, women and children, g
house furnishing supplies,
anything. Practically all th<
ville Merchants wvill parti<
this PROSPERITY Week Ca
and agreeed to run some spe
/ gain each day. Therefore
short of a personal visit a
Don't hoard your money
working. Waiting only ii
less eonsumption of the pr<
farm and factory and gent
ness stagnation. Get you:
busy during this GRE~AT PI
TATION TO COM
Once upon a time a man inventi
eve glasses with which people cou
see their own faults. He starved
Y. - In spring time young men's fan<
lightly turns to thoughts of B. V. D'
Health hint: Absorb all the su:
shine you can and leave the moo:
And they told us that when pro}
bition went into effect we'd have I
e rent out the jails.
The Greeks captured Eski-Sharh
Monday, but it didn't create muc
e excitement in Pickens.
y However, Japan will not have thi
1 island of Yap for keeps until Uich'
( Sam says so.
f Somebody said, "1 had rather have
a fool t ,ltaKo Im -. P'rry than ex
'i. l'ratll" .
- anyone needing
'("h n . a.I who will cole
Senator Dial recently sent us a
bag of iovcrnmlent cotton seed.
Now if Senator Smith will kindly
end us a bag of fertilizer from his
Muscle Shoals plant, and Congress
nman iominick can furnish us with a
meiic, we believe County Agent Bow
en can find us a tract of vacant land
and we could go to farming.
A good fellow who had been com
municating a little too freely with
the stuff that revives (and sometimes
kills), walked into Porter's barber
shop last week t6 have some work
done. After shaving him, Bert Par
ter politely asked, "Will you have a
lemon steam?" "Naw," replied the
customer, "gimme an orange crush."
IL 4-9 INCLU
P'T FORGET THE DJ
perit y Xy
al times All
ment, of , cash p
that we B . any on
to have / refund
or some Gl Prosp
e ~there- ' merchs
PERITY iip wi
~unity. To . pent
ille are thisomm
friends, $ee THE
week In CHAM
alues in ING is
ght now -the cit
arel for after
roceries, -you- ni
in fatt- wrap,
a Green- anu brush i
ipate in yus
nothing II his y<
gill avail GREEJ
Get it Week
cans un~ and sti
ducts of made.
ral busi- you ar
r money Y as witl
- C AME
E TO GREENVILLE Dl
'd MISSIONARY INSTITUTE ANI
d LOYALTY MEETING.
The Northwestern Division of the
W. M. U. of South Carolina wiil
y hold an institute and loyalty meeting
s. at Anderson, Friday, April 8th, 1921
morning and afternoon session.
1- Among the speakers will be Mrs
I- Maxcy White, missionary to Brazil
Mrs. W. W. Lawton, missionary t<
China; Mrs. Maud McLure, of the W
i- M. U. Training School Louisville
o Ky., and Mrs. J. D. Chapman, presi
dent W. M. U. of South Carolina.
Each organization is urged to send
r one delegate: each junior organiza
ti ion to be represented by its leader.
This includes Pickens, Piedmont
and Twelve Mile associations.
BAPTIST DAY IN APRIL.
On Wednesday, March 16th, at the
request of i r. C. E. Birch, represen
tative of nerly ;all churches in\ Pick
ens Association met in confer ?nce at
the Pickens Baptist church. Also
there were prc:ecnt four visiting pas
tors anti at id conference it was
agree o ti k ve th third Su'nday
in April as Baptist day; to have serv
ice at el ven o'clock at each an1d
every church in the Pickens As::ocia
tion. A committee was appointed to
airrange a speaker for each church
for that day, and a report of that
committee will be published in next
week's paper. We hope that the
members from each church will pull
together to make th third Sunday in
April a most profitable (lay for our
W. E. Findley.
W. C. T. U. MEETING.
Mrs. Dietrick will meet with the
-Pickens W. C. T. U. at the Methodist
church Thursday evening, April 7, at
7:30 o'clock. Every one who is in
terested in the W. C. T. U. work is
cordially urged to attend this meet
You can get your favorite maga
zine at the Pickens Drug Co.
out of town parties making
irchases of $50.00 or more in
e day, during PROSPERITY
,will have. their 'railroad fare
ed up to 30 miles. Apply for
r~Ity Week Sales Slip. Each
nt whose name appears on the
1 enter thereon the amount of
>urchase and when you have
is much as $50.00, take it to
cretary of the Chamber of
arce, and he will' gladly make
|REST ROOM IN THlE
BER OF COMMERCE BUILD
one of the nicest places in
y to go and rest before and
doing your shopping. Here
ay check your package and
read or write, eat your lunch,
ip after a (lusty ride and make
f at home.
are cordially invited to make
ur REST ROOM WHILE IN
RY MERCHANT PARTICI
G IN THIS "PROSPERITY"
Campaign will have posters
ckers conspicuously displayed.
are .the merchants that have
~his campaign a reality, and
3 requested to patronize them,
out their aid, time and atten
mu wodild not get the benefit of
NT AS YOUR INVI..
JRING WEEK OF
a year ago. 1
df staple mer<
Prices for 192
Best 50c and I
40c Dress Gin
Best quality 5
75c Kiddie Cl
$3.00 all wool
$3.00 Silk Me
82.50 Silk Por
$3.00 and $3.
'i 50c and 60c 3(
All $1.00 and
35c and 40c C
La $2.00 Work S)
$2.50 Dress Sl
All $3.50 and
All $2.00 and
50c hose for c
All 50c Socks
$2.00 Silk Ho;
All $3.00 hose
All $1.50 Silk
$1.50 Union S
less, than a y
p "~The stoire wh<
Clothing, Shoes, I
COMING, GARDEN SEED.
Coming, April 7th, Garden Seed,
Easley School Auditorium.
Coming, "Garden Seed," a stock
company composed of marvelous tal
ent. Among the cast are the follow
ing famous stars: Ruth Taylor, Mar
garet Garrison, Graham Patton, Gary
H'iott, Jr., ad infinitum.
"What do others think of "Garden
"Never h~s an amateur perform
ance in Columbus given more genu
ine pleasure than the presentation of
'Garden Seed' on Friday evening at
Springer Opera House."
Are you human? If so, you will
"Garden Seed" has had a very sue
ce'ssful 'run' already, and has won
for its author much favorable com
nment everywvljere that it has b'een
produced. The Children's Theatre
in Boston, Mass., staged( a most suc
cessful performance of' 'Garden Seed'
a 'few months ago and it has also
been prodluced in Atlanta, Columbus,
Savannah. Augdsta, Greenvillo and
many smaller t'ities of Georgia."
Fort Valley, Ga.
A BARREL OF: FUN.
(L'he auct-ion sales at the furniture
store of E. L. & 'G. 1;. Hamilton in
Easley are attracting large crowds.
Every article offejred is sold at .just
wvhatever is offered.' Mr. Ferguson,
the auctioneer with a forked tongue,
is furnishing fun and amusement for
big crowds at every sale."
a stock, with prices one-ha
Ve give you below prices
handise, as compared wi
0 Prices I
30c Dress Ginghams, now
ghams, now selling at 15
Dc and 60c Percals, now
- - -25
th, 36 inch, now selling a
42 inch French Serge, nc
in, now selling at - - -
uin, now selling at_ _ -
>0 Silk Georgette, now sel
inch Long Cloth, now sel
36 inch wide, now selling
$1.50 colored Voils now s
otton Plaids, now selling 4
--- - ---15
best quality, now selling a
- - -- -20
nirts, now selling at. 7
lirts now selling at. - - -
$5.00 Dress Shirts now se
$2.50 Neckwear now . -
President Suspenders nov
for children now
;e for Ladies now
for ladies now
n Socks for men now - - -
uits for men now_____
$3.50 Union Suits n<w .
and Boys' Clothing, Lad
tdy-to-Wear at one-half
r goods carried from last
in showing you nearly ev
le the best we can biuy,
re quality in merchandis
lats and .Gents' Furnishihg
MR. PERRY DURHAM DEAD.
Mr. Perry M. Durham died last
Sunday night at his home at Tarra
pin crossing in the Six Mile section.
He was about forty-two years old, a
member of the Baptist church and!
one of the country's best citizens.
Hie is survived by his wife, who be
fore marriage was Miss Ada Gonde
lock, and several children. His
father, Mr. Isaac Durham, was killed
several years ago when a mule ran
away with him.
DEATH SENTENCE IS PASSED
UPON EDMUND BICH-AM.
Declares "1 am Innocent. I Know
Nothing of How That Crime Was
Florence, S. C., March 28.-Ed-i
mund Bigham, charged with killing
five members of his family at Pamli-.
co over financial troubles, was con
victed of murder by a jury here to
day and sentenced to die in the elec
tric chair att Columbia between the
hours of 10 and 2 o'clock Friday,
After passing sentence, Judge R.
W. Memminger, presiding, overruled
a miotion for a new trial and-.A. L.
King, sof counsel for the de~fense, an
nlounled~ he would appeCal.
Mr. King, in his plea for a new~
trial, asserted that preivious to the
trial one of the members of the jury
had, declared he wvould like to siee
Bighanm burned. Mr. King also had
asked for delay in arguing his mo
tion before Judge Memminger, but
this was denied..
if and less, than
on certain lines
ha year -ago..
or Spring, 1921
selling for - -
---4 25c Yd.
c and 20c Yd.
c ansd 30c Yd.
t- - - -35c Yd.yr_""
w selling at
- -$1.00 Yd.
ling at - - -
-. --$1.50 Yd.
1ng at 25c Yd.
at- 30c Yd.
Oc to 75c Yd.
-t - - --
c ad" 20c Yd.
c and 25c Yd.
5c and $1.00
-.- - --$1.25 ?s
tihng at /
1.50 to $2.00
=-- - $1.50 t
ies, Misses and N"
the price, and
season, but we
~rything new at
it all times, or
a comes before the p
Goods8 a Specialty
COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALD
The County Board of Equalli
will meet at Pickens court hous
Friday, April 1st, 19?21, to trai
any and all business that may c
before them. Any one having
ness to bring before..the county bt
will bear the date in mind and
H. A. Townes,
Sec. of Boar
If you are thinking of buying
thing in the Jewlery line, It wi
you to come in and let usi sho
what we have. We have most
of SOUTH BEND, ELGIN, and
THTAM WATCHES, all sIzes, irt
Gold, Gold fillecd and nickle cascr
big line of Braclet Watches ju
ceived. Also a big line of Clock:. -
they~ are beau ties. Silver ware In
anld 0(dd plieces. Cut Gle~ss and an .
Anything in Jewlery we have it. 000.0
in and let us sliow you over om i.
Wej are glways glad to (do SO.
Jeweier and Optometuist