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PICKENS, S. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
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entered at Fickena, S. C. Poatofice as
Second Class Mai! Matter.
GARY IIOTT, Editor and Mgr.
Wc arE .:- :o arrare to print
Th. Sert I :- Win_;; !ays, instead
of Thurs'!ays a at present. We find
that m, : eers (.n the rural
rot,: dt ather get the paper
TI'. . - ti.: v ri In ed : .. o i
E ..., :.:,nrat',n ot' all ear- i
y ~ ~ t: ;t:. ra mal othe rs <
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1: Ti. Get y'..ur Zopy :
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T I co Serntinel announced an
e .(.tt(n two wens after
?' f n i: wo. seen in Oconee.
We. a w:::. '.;ht Pickens was first
- n eeryth p.. Perhaps the horn!
.ae r.k(d iff t~ie early bolls in11
the P' rXia s.tion.
In Loving 1tt membrance o' My Wife
Who )it d August 1. 1921
She agn . I reenmlber her last
woui'. I know that they carried
ht-r body c.:t the door and up the
aod nnd la iiit away in the church
yard. Yet again and again I ask
.ryself the qut stion, Is she dead? It
eems but y. sterlay that we played
togrc:her around the old school
house. She nas so happy and care
free. Her hair was one mass of
curls that hung 'round about hr
neck. I s((e the shaded paths where
we walked in lever's old sweet days.
I feel the clasp of the htnd when
before God and man she vowed to
" love, honcr and obey. I see the
years that. ti : &we ' when tha: prom
ise was so fraithfully! kept. N:;+ a
harsh word; never an anry look;
but love, pure,. simple anid true. Yes,
dlear heart. we sacrifi ed all for love.
- Godj gave~ it. WVe cared notL for
wealth. Our' humble home wvas a
par'adise of love, but new have you
:gone ? Anrd, ch! so soon ! yes, I
am sure that I saw :he u a k..r low
*ered into the gi ave. I am sure that
I heard! the sand falling4 on the lid.
* ~But su rely-.s, indiei. you are
* ziot dead. Aroundl me our children1
play. Upon my:. shcuIler th're nest
es , Jittle cur'ly, head,. it is not
* ~unl ike the onle I cherqishedl in~ th old
.s(hool tdays. But you who( suf'ferkl
that these mtight live. you who knew
inught but loving kindness, you who
mingled with humanity without
gaining enmity, you who madl~e eonl
.mmate the wordl love; you, dear
bea for wihomn my tears flowun
bidden, you have gone and in my
Ieart of hearts there is a loaliness
that nothig but your going couTh
have brought. But I knowv that II
who ordainedl you to live such a life
of perfection -here hath preparedl a
place where we -shall meet again.
4 Whil~ here you lived, 'twas with such
amen~e and earth were ble-:1edq
~o happily, petacefully, sleep) on, dear
,For all your trials have ended.
Arthur IHerbert Arnold.
'Camden, Aug. 30, .1921.
B. F. Martin, Sam HI. Craig
E. M. Blyh~e 0. C. Keith
Greenville, S C Pickens, S C
Martin, Blythe, Craig & Keith
Pickens, South C'arolina
Practice in State anid Federal Courts
Pickens Office Phone 39
For Best Results
TER LIVE STOCK
RMR E ME DIE S
MMM 5old by Druggists and Dealers
Began Sunday Morning and Will
Continue Two Weeks
The tabernacle meeting at Pickens
began Sunday mornhig with a .ser
rno by Rev L B Compton, and will
"on dle 'two weeks. Great interest
8 b ing manlifest-d in the meeting
md large audiences are attending the
Three services are being held daily.
on ; scrvi':e each morning at ten
'cIock, fcllowed by a discourse by
dr. Miller. the Bible teacher, at 11
'clock. Song service each night at
:3O, followed at 8 by a sermon by
Jr Compton. "Uncle Charlie" Donle
alks to the children each afternoon
t 3 o'clock in his interesting and in- f
One cf the pleas ..c features of,
he meet!'; is :ht M is Inn l3oggs
s able to ssume her duties as or
anist. . h.as been unable
l leave o.r h:n for nmany weeksc
P ea-:u; > illner l and Many
Our .:a I' Doldingu i.
iA 3SVILLE ROUTE ONE.
*. . . . . .*. i c: 0i a
Pet ' Crce h-A'l will cvase a
- Iummeii term on Friday,
: . ('t . I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Alexander and
h' rn spent a few days with Rev.
E. : oster this week.
Eren Ab-:rcrombie and Ge
LV Wei:ne: .pent Saturday with'
he isses Hunt.
Louis and Lumas Looper spent
unday with Anthony Simmons.
Mr. Grover Freeman and family
'isitel Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Robinson
MisOrin Abercrombie and Geneva
Weisner visited the Misses Robinson
Mr. and Mrs. Earle Foster spent
Sunday at Mr. W. E. Simmon':;.
Miss Elenora Singleton spent the
week-end with home folks.
Miss Aileen Baker spent Suniay
with Miss Elen ra Singleton.
Cotton i3 brinring 2" 1-2c on the Pick
mns market this; (Thursday) morn
Sow Wheat thi
pare for tlu
Thspest is almost certain to do
county next year. We will sell th
farmners at cost, which will be abou
T. A. Bowen your order.
Below yon wvill find wvhatt we cor
the South of todlay, written by tU
"When every farmer in the Sout
and nienat fromi his own pasttuires
slaved by no debt, shall sit amid h.
vineyardo, and dairies, and barnyar
dori -and growving them in ihdcepen'
plus, and selling it in his own tim
at a master's bidding-getting h
mortgage that disecharges his debt,
then shall be bredking, the fullness
One car of Red
We are expecti:
~this week. If cot
'flour will also adv
is to buy now.
Proposition to Relclaim Much Rich
Pickens County Land.
'There will be a meetng at Friend
ship church in Greenville county,
Friday, September 23, at 3 o'clock,
for the purpose\ of discussing the
draining of Saluda river and Oolenoy
river up to Pumpkinton. Proniment'
drainage experts will be at the meet
ing and all persons interested in the
natter are invited to attend. This
neeting is being called by the super
'isors cf Greenville and Pickens coun
The proper draining of Saluda and
)Llenoy rivers would reclaim about
500 aerea of rich bottom land in I
ickrs county and many acres im
Ciarhe Arr.c!d and Daisy Cannon.
lor ei, were married by Rev. W. C.
',D:' t hi. re.-iden'ce Sunday.
W':li Bo..-; an1 Pauline Johnson.
ci : ed.' w'r mar" rice by Judge Chris
2'" .un . Both <.F L y
YOTis FROM (RIFFIN
(ntrK- d f'or last wek)
'.1 Mr~s J R J Antho ny at
:..' t.' bari:.in: .t Oulenoy las-t
"i-s Licy Dodgens had as her
u... Sunday Misses Nora andl Sa
.ah Jane Trotter.
A large crowd from here attended
he Clark reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. S G Dorr attended
the baptizing at Secona last Sunday.
A party conssting of Misses Ag
nes Lelie, Pearl Childs, Florence
Uendricks, Messrs. Ivy Hendricks,
John Ed Childs, Furman Simpson,
Mr and Mrs J F Childs, Mr and Mrs
Mese Simmons composed a recent
party that went from here to Table
A large crowd attended prayer
meeting at Dan Hayes' Sunday night.
Messers. James and V G Hendricks
att.er.:ed the camp meeting at Ashe
ville last wcek. S S N
'the Gantt Furniture Co., of Lb
erty, has on a contest in which they
are gring t.> give a piano to some
church, school or individual in a
veting contest. The piano is first
prize. Other prizes are parlor suite
of furniture, and felt mattress. The
'contest is now open and will close
December 20. 'Get particulars from
s Fail and re.
e best seed wheat for this climate t<
t two dollars pern bushel. Give us oi
s der appr"opriate words concern ing
e well known Southerner, Hle:a'y W
S OP OURf DAY
h shall eat bread from his own field
anad d istur'bed I by noE creditor, and en
.s teeming gardens, and orchards, an
1 s, pitching his crops to his ownI wis
dIene, making cotton his clean sur
:, and in his (ehonen market, srnd no
is pay~ in cash and not in a receipted
but does not restore his freedom -
of our (day."
ig a car of Flour
:ton goes higher
ance. Our advice
Isaac Hamburger & Sons, I
Highest Type of Tailored.
Thursday, Friday and Satui
You are cordially in
We will show for the fall and winter <
complete line of men's and boys' overcoats
we haee syown for years, with prices less L
Don't think because cotton has advanc
sight. We don't look for higher prices on
regardless of what cotton does.
The best line of clothing for boys in tl
and look right, reasonably priced from SG.(
Suits for men at $20.00, $25.00, $30.0(
Our line will be completed by Oct. 1st.
at the right prices, to sell right,
FOLGER & I
"The store where quality in me
Clothiii. Shoes, llats and Geits' Ft
Call for Pictorial Rovi
Mr. Edsel B. Ford, President of the Ford I
We are making another reduction in the pi
effective today. The new prices average $70.0
lowest at which .Ford Cars and trucks have evt
Detroit, are now as follows.
Touring Car 355
This is the third price cut during the last
1920, the price of the Ford touring car was red
.j415, and now to $355, making total reduction:
The same proportionate reductions have been i
the price of the Ford Sedan was $975, today it
We are taking advantage of every known
products in order that we may give them
price, and by doing that, we feel that we are c
this country into more prosperous times. Peo
buying when prices are right.
The production of Ford cars and trucks for
records with the total reaching 117,696. This
which our output has gone over the hundred th
*months being 463,074, which has gone a long
reductions. June this year, with an output
One noteworthy feature of our salIes is the
cars for salesman. This class of commercial bt
1the past sixty days and we interpret it as
.f No reductions have yet been made in the p:
IGo over these new p)rices. See howv little it
1car or a Ford truck. Can you really afford to di
Let us tel you more about it, and advis'
particulrr type of car in wvhich you are intereste
ft P. Sit1
AUT1ioIiZED FoRD DEALER
Advertising In The Sen
roducers of America's
'day, Sept. 22,23, 24
vited to attend
>f 1921-22 the largest and most
extra trousers and rain coats that
y 40 per cent than a year ago.
ed that clothing will go out of
clothing for some time to come,
le county. Suits that will wear
0 to $12.50.
up to $37.50.
Boug[ht at the -right time, aud
rchandise comes before the
I!'l irn iin:. Goods at Specialty
Motor Company; makes the following
-ices of Ford cars and the Ford truck,
0 under former prices, and are the
r been sold. - List prices, F. O. B.
Old Price Reduction
$345 $ 50
760 . 100
twelve months. On September 22,
uced from $575'to $440; June 7th to
3 in this type of $220,' or 38 per cent.
nade in all other types. One year ago
lists at $660 with the same equipment.
economy in the manufacture of our
to the public at the lowest possible
loing the one big thing that will help
ple are interested in prices, and are
August again broke' all previous high
is the fourth consecutive month in
ousand mark, the total for the four
way in making possible the present.
of 117,247, was the previous record
~ncrease~d demand for Ford trucks and
tsiness has been gradually increasing
a very good sign of improvment in
-ice of the Fordson . tractor, and none
costs to become the owner of a Ford
D without one any li'nger'?
3 Jou regmuding the delivery of the
Lon J r.
tinel Gets Results