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PICKENS, S. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
$1.50 a Yor Invariably In Advance.
Entered at Fickens, S. C. Postoefic a
Second Class Mail Matter.
GARY IOTT, Editor and Mgr.
The pen is the thing for the forger
A fool and his Ford are soon wreck
Not all capitalist are capital fel
Milwaukee may yet be famous
Charity begins at home. And often
It stays there.
Now, maybe Mr. Blanton will quit
.o much rantin'.
Love at first sight usually leaves
ut first slight.
But most of the slips occur aftet
the cup has been to the lips.
It dosen't take any keeley to mak<
a man quit drinking near beer.
The beautiful Blue Ridge is turn
ing td red and brown and gold.
Remember when you used to ge
a whole pound of stick candy for ter
We gather that the secretary of
the U. S. treasury is not a watet
One good thing about bobbed hair
is that the wife dosen't find so nany
long hairs on hubby's coat.
A man is never so unsuccessful but
that he can tell a rich nian what h
ought to do with his money.
What has become of the old-fash
ioned subscriber who used to brin
the editor something gool to eat?
In order to make a living a lo
Of us have to seratch like the dicken
whether we've got the itch ot' not.
We trust that President Hardinp
hnows more about zther things that
he does about the rite problem in the
Out' good friend Mr. Slhe"ity Browin
says that the boy who use(d to get 'p
early and make f'ires for fa ther and
mother' has now grown ohl aind gets
up early to make fites fo h'Itis ch hld
If' Presidentt Hlardmt t hints thle ne
ar should have t he same rights and
Ivanttages as thle whites why doesn't
e' pr'ov.e it by putttitngc a big black
'y in his cabinet?
Pete horns in aiga in longi enough
0t'(remar'k that he dloesnt't know
whether C oach "'l)o"' Stewart of
Clemsen is a sure enough "'doc" or
"ot, hut if he is he had bet ter give
ms1 boys some miedicite.
Did you ever hear about the fellow'
who wvent4 out West an~d stayed sev
eral years and when hao returned
home the people asked him so many
e;uestions about himself he became
Lred of it? Finally an especially
inquisitive person asked him what
kindl of business he was in. "Minin'
usns"was the reply." "What kind
of mining business?" "Minin niy
own d---- business."
l'he article itn ano)ther' part of the
paper entitled "Rlaih'oad Plan to Get
Rates Dowvn." was printed before the
editor noticed it. It is railroad pro
paganda pure and simielt atnd is an
effort on the par't of the railroads to
get the sympiathy of the' public ini
-their fight to reduce the wages of
t heir laborers. You may believ.e the
statement in the article if' you want
te. We have seen so tmatny misstate
mients by these satme railroads that
we have ceased to have''('~ conidence in
wha t they say. Wages of t'a ilroad
workmen have been r'educed about
25 per cent sin'e~ the war and ft'eiglit
rates have been itncr'eased about that
much. It is not wage's thait is keeping
the freight rates up: it is the fact
that the railroads want dIividen'ls 'in
The weather man has guided us
Into the winter channel
And caused the people hereabouts
To hunt up that old flannel.
"411 PA P 1:,: V I..ir"
With The, Sintinel every day is
Pickens Coonty Sgy and every week
is Pickens County Week, but for the
week from November 7 to November
12 we want every reader of the paper
to make that period a "Subscribe for
Your County Paper Week." During
that week let all who are behind with
their subscriptions pay up and let all
who are paid up get a neighb.or to
subse.ribe. Let's all work together
to make The Sentinel of larger in
fluehce for good.
During the month of October hiore
than forty new subscribers were add
ed to The Sentinel's list and many old
ones renewed. We appreciate this
interest on, the part 'of the people in
their county paper, and now we want
to run the list of new subscribers up
to at least a hundred by November
12. With the aid of our friends we
can do it easy. - You will find uE
pulling for old Pickens county all
the time and we want you to help uE
pull a little.
The Sentinel now has the larges
circulation of any paper in the coun
ty, but there are many good citizenm
who (o not take their county papet
who ought to. Let's get them all i
PiOMINENT EDUCATOR HERE
Mr. D. L. Lewis, State Supervisor
of Rural Schools of South Carolina,
is making a visit "of the Pickens
county rural schools this week. It
is a great pleasure to have the State
educators visit Pickens county and
lend us all the co-operation they can.
Nir. Lewis is a very capabale man
in his line of work. -Previous to his
taking up his present work he was
county superintendent f education of
Darlington county, and his success
while in that 'capacity canl best .be
found out by visiting some of the
Darlington schools. The best rural
school in the State is in Darlington
county and was built during Mr.
Lewis' terni of office.
We are glad to have you with us.
Mr. Lewis. and extend to you a hearty
invitation to come again.
TO ORGANIZE COTTON MARKET
ING ASSOCIATION IN PICK
The Ameican Cottoll a.ss.ociatiol is
planning to put Otn a1 campaign
through County. Agent Bowen fdr the
purlpose of or'ganlizing a cotton mar
ketinq' associatioin in Pic't'kens county.
Son'e time in the near future a
me'eting will be held at the court
house and some able speakers will be
present to explain the plan in detail.
Tho cooperative narketing. plan is
creatitg .(reat interest aill over. ;:
South and all farmler, merchants am1
baniketrs are ure-ed to attenud the Ph -
:atnnounrce i lat erm. .
Friends atnd relatives~ of J. H. Lol
l is (lebr)tatedl his 70th hitrthdayv r'e
'ently nlear the foothills of the Blue
Ridlge mrountains. a shor't ways from
her'te. A total of l'7 pers.ons were
pr'esent., thre mrajor'ity of them being
r'elativs of "Uncle Jim", as Mr. Lol
Ilis is 'omumonly. knxown.
A var'iety of subjects were dliscuss
ed, inc.ludinrg the approach of the boll
wveevil, the aftor-effects of the war
with Germany and other' problems
before the nation. Later all present
gathered about the organ and joined
in a number of popular selections.
A most sump~tuous dinner was
served beneath th~e spreading trees.
the table being loaded with all vari
ety of things to tempt the appetite
Among those ptesent wer'e: Mr.
andl Mrs. W. B. Clark, of Simpsotn
ville; Mr'. and Mrs. J. A. Tripp, of
Piedmont; Mr. anrd .Mr's. R. B. Bur
r'oughs, of Pickens; Mi'. and Mi's. ,J.
W. Garriison, of Piedmont; Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Lollis, of Greenwood; Mir.
anid Mr's. E. A. Porter, of L'fterty;
Mr. and .Mr's. B. M. Hopkins, of Lib
er'ty; Mr t. andI Mr's. E. C. Hopkins, of
Ter'e H aute, Indl., and others.
Tlhe Hiurrtic'ant Towntship si nginrg
conv~entionr will menet w"ithi K ing's
Gtove chrc'h nrext Sunday rafternoon
at 2 o'cloc'k.
Car of 100-lb.
1sacks of Salt at
Morris & Co.
Notices run under this head. at the
rate-of one cent a word for first in
sertion, one-half cent a word for
eac-h subsequent insertion.
LOST-Saturday, in Pickens or be
tween Pickens andmy home, a black
.folding pocketbook containing six or
seven dollars and warehouse receipts
for six bales of cotton and other
papers. Finder please return to me
or The Sentinel office and receive re
ward. J. E. Durham.
LOST-Between Easley and my
residence last Friday, a pair of boys'
new tan shoes and pair of stockings!
in same package. Finder please re
.turn to me or to The Sentinel office
and get reward. J. W. Cauley.
LOST-On Oct. 29th on road from
Pickens to Punpkintown, upper false,
teeth. Finder notify M. B. Evans,
Central, S. C. R. 2.
LOST-Thursday, between Folger
& Hendricks' store and my home, a
five-dollar bill. Finder please returni
to me and get reward. Bennett H.
FOUND.-A stray, red, male pig
can'e to iny place October 23. Owner
may get the same by .paying for its
keep and this advertisement. W. R.
Morgan, Pickens Route 2.
GINNING $1.50.-The Pickens Oil
and Fertilizer Co. is now ginning cot
ton for $1.50 a bale and putting on
heavy weight bagging and ties.
FOR SALE-Two black mare
mules, 7 and 9 years old, weighing
about 900 pounds each; 2 buggies and
harness; two-horse wagon, wagon
and buggies in good repair; three
year-old Devon bull, weight aboub
1200 pounds; also one Putnan organ
good as new. Reason for selling,
am planning to leave this state. J.
W. Cauley, Pickens. S. C., Route 2.
FOR SALE-Black mare mule,
three years old. weighing between
SeVen and eight hundred pounds.
Worth $200, will take $140 cash or
good paper. M. D. Cha ppell, Pick
en R .
FOR SALE-One pair of mules or
horses at a bargain; also :30 bushels
of peas. several tons of Peavine hay,
about 100 bushels of corn, 20 bushels
of eanluts.- -
1H. E. Hamilton, Pickens Route 4. 2t
FO R SALE-One 19f 16 Ford in
goe! shape. Just made a trip across
the mountains a distance of 186 milos
on S gallons of gasoline. Will t IKO
in trade a good top buggy and har
ness. R. L. Henderson.
I WILL, BUY yourl poultry, egg
z'nd mu'tiplyino .oniors on Saturda.
E.!H. Craig. Piekens - t
FOR RENT--One or two-horse
o arm, near Mountain Grove church.
T. A. Kelly, Pickens R2.. ''- e No).
I HAVE sufficient timber to saw
from two to three million shingles
anid would like to make a trade with
so)me party to (10 the sawing. See
me at once. Robert Stewart, Pickens
JUST RECEIVED two cars of
wheat grower. Will sell for cash
only. J. D. Holder & Son, Pickens.
NOTICE.-Battery charging $1.25.
I keel) new acid for them. All test
ing free. It is better to have themi
charged than buy new ones. C. WV.
Hunter. Pickens, S. C., R2. 4t
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-~
Several farms in Pickens county for
town property. Can arrange terms,
on purchases. Can also save you
money on first class Georgia marble.I
See me before buying. Will T.
Freeman, R. F. D. 4, Pickens, S. C.
CICAGO'S FINEST WHIOLESAI.)
Banner Tailoring Co.,
Will be glad to showv samples of
tailor-made clothing at my home or
e'lsewvhere~ in the ennm .v u n 'io .mIst
elsewvhere in the county upon request
SAM'L E. ERVIN, Agent
____ Norris, S. C.
PRICES RIGHT ON EVERY
THING IN 'THE FFED AND
HEAVY GROCERY LINE.
Ready To Wear
For Ladies, Miss
Every line of merchandise is chea
more in price than any other line c
line of ladies Coat Suits started at
$40.00, in all wool suits, in the very
The biggest line of children, miss
values. Ladies coats in all wool, a
Misses coats in all sizes from $4,
' Our line of dresses for misses a
dresses for msses in Jersey and S(
es for ladies at $10.00, $12.50, $15
styles and colors.
Sweaters in all wool, for childr
Our first shipment of Sweaters wt
nients coming all along by expres:
DON'T PAY HIGH PRICES JU
HABIT OF DOING IT. IT'S A Bj
BEFORE YOU BUY, AND DON'T
don't believe prices are going much
See our line of Ready To Wear f
"The store whei
(lothing, Shoes, 11
Along Liberty Route 3
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Stewart
and two charming little daughters.
Eileen and Clara Lee, Mrs. L. C.1
Gassaway and Miss Jessie Madden
were some of Oolenoy's tourists last
Miss Josie Madden of Clemson Col
lege is visiting her aunt Mrs. L. C.
3assaway of Liberty R. 3.
Mr. S. W. Odell is in. an Atlanta
iospital for treatment. which has im-4
n oved his condition.
Mrs. Coda Stewart and two daugh
:ers were spend the day guests of
ITrs. S. W. Odell.
Mr. L. C. Reid of Atlanta Ga, is
visiting his daught'er Mrs Coda Stew
inAstudy of 1
of our customer
store chock full
Sand at prices th:
and wais'ts; mer
caps, etc., all in
We can outl
the oldest memb
clusive models ti
mng appearance (
You are aiw
ForFa And Wit
es and Children, at pri
Less Than a Year Ago.
per by far. than a year ago, but all ii
f merchandise. In fact the bottom h
$25.00 and went to $70.00. Our line ti
latest models, in all colors.
es, and ladies coats we have ever show1
nd a big range of styles and colors al
00 to $15.60. Infant and childrens e
nd ladies embrace all the newest thin:
,rge from $5.00 to $7.50. A full line o
00 up to $20.00. A big line of Shirt W
en, misses, boys, men, and ladies. An
re sold out within a week after we rei
ST BECAUSE FOR THE PAST YEA]
kD HABIT, AND BESIDES YOU D(
LISTEN TO ANY CROAKER WHO
higher, at least not soon.
or ladies, nisses and children. A sur
R & HEN[
.e quality in merchandis
ats and Gents' Furnishing
Call for Pictorial Review Patterns.
The most beautifully located and c
oughly practical courses of study.
guaranteed to graduates or money
Write today for catalogue. Addi
W. S. PETERSON, Pres.
GOOD FLOUR $7.50 to $8.50
MORRIS & CO.
I doesn't it; but bet
:he tastes of Pickenv
merchandise line hi
,especially for the i
s, and as a conseqi
of brand new fall a
at will please your p
ly-to-wear, coats, co
is' and boys' clothi
the very latest mod
~it the family from1
ry for discriminatii
1iat subtly contribut
>f youth and grace.
00 yards of Sheei
ays welcome at Ben
PICKENS S C.
ces 50 Per Cent
ius of Ready To Wear have declined
,w just dropped out. Last fall our
is fall starts at $12.50 and goes to
i, and we think, the best styles and
$12.50, $15.00, $20.00 up to $35.00.
>ats from $1.50 to $7.50.
ra shown for this fall. Jumper
I all wool Serge and Tricotine dress
iists. and skirts in all the latest
)ther line that has been cut in half.
!eived them, but we have new ship.
t OR SO YOU 'HAVE FOMED A
)NT HAVE TO ANY MORE. LOOK
TALKS HIGHER PRICES. We
prise awaits you.
comes before the
Roods a Specialty
quipped sphool in the South. Thor-.
Most reasonable rates. Positions
GREENWOOD, S. C.
FIVE TONS OF SUGAR
$6.50 per hundred
MORRIS & CO.
ter still, it is a
3 County people2
ts enabled us to
1eeds and wants
ience we have a
nd winter goods
at suits, dresses,
rig, shoes, hats,
es, fashions and
:he youngest to.
ig women. Ex- ~
e to a slenderiz
:ing at 7ic yd.