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PICKBNS H. C.
PUBL'ISHED EVRY THURSDAl
y1.50 year Invariably in Advanv
gntered at Fickens, S. C. Postofiice am
Second Class Mai! Matter.
GARY H1IOTT, Editor and 3fgr.
Some of the current news is shock
This is the unheathy month for
Sometimes our shoi tcomiings are
No doubt the brewers are thinking
ot' hoppy days ahead.
B. P. 0. E,. stands for ot Pick
ens On, Everybody.
Solve 1eople get into stralits on ae
count of erookedness.
isaqueena is not the only queen
that Pickens county has produced.
A homely girl is not necessarily
one who likes to stay around home.
Many a man who thought he was
marrying a chicken has got henpeck
Judging by pictures of sonie of its
leading citizens Russia is not a bar
Some people say peanuts are good
brain food, but we don't believe it
We eat 'en every day.
Four people were killed by poison
V41 water in Augusta Tuesday. It'
1ltting dangerous to drink anythin
Presidentl Harding has beer ap
pointing newspaper makers to goo
jobs. We respectfully suggest th
he send the "devil" to Pussia.
With workers striking all over tU
country we wouldn't be suprised ati
time to see in the papers that ehort
gils are kicking for more pay.
In a speech at Greenville last we(
M1r. Theo H. Price said that th
country was run "too much on s<
ence and not enough on commi
sense." Shake, Theo, shake.
Iere is a good one wt- saw in son
paper the other day: A minist<
was inviting a man to attend servi
at his chur.h Sunday. The man sa:
to the minister: I would attendl ht
there are too many hypocrites r
the church now." The minister pa
ted him on the back and said, "Ol
you come on. There is always rooc
for one more, you know."
A school boy conmposit ion on "Th'l
Editr, ran as follows: '"The edit2
is one of the happiest beggars in th
worldl. Hie can go to the circusi
the afternoon and evening withou
paying a farthing, also inquests an
hangings. Hie has free tickets to ti
theatres, gets weddling cake( ?) sei
to him and sometimes gets licked, hb.
net often, as he can take it backi
the next issue, which he generall
does. While other folks have to g
to bed early, the editor can sit u
every night and see all that is goin
A wvise young boy
Is Jonny Geers,
He keeps his tongne'.
But gives his ears
Do you know the history of you
(county and se'ction.
~COEE TO GREENVILLE
on November 11th and see the bii
THE KEOWEE TRAIL.
whiwh is to be staged both at 3 o
clock on that afternoon and at 7:
o'clock that evening at the Greenvill
County Fair Grounds.
This beautiful, stupendous page
ant, wvith more than 2,500O takins
part, will cover the history of Green
:ille, Spartanburg, Anderson, Chierc
cee, Pickens and Laurens Countie:
It is a par' of Greenville's Horn
* jt jthe Keowee Trail Novembe
Greenville Community Service
~Gretiille Chamber of Commere
AlIlI my pens and my ink,
They're thrown in the sink..
And my paper is out in the gutter
On my tablet there's soot
'Bout the size'of your foot
And my pencil is stuck in the butter
On my desk there is piled
An assortment so wild
That to "name all would not be a
What caused all this mess?
Why! can you not guess?
Twas my baby my darting, my
'Tis his joy to o'erturn
Or to pour in the churn
AllI my ink as I'mwriting a letter,
Then I look up, and say
"New my chill please. go way
"And don't do that, you should
have, known better."
Then his mother says "Sile
"Bon't you dare scold that Chile,
"Though he's not mean as his
Then I swallow quite hard
And go, out in the yard
And think of when I was a laddie.
Now befort I was wed,
I could sleep sound abed
And could rest up"my tired old
Now my wife ope'scmy .eyes
And bids me to rise
And draw wath fcoar baby's a
Then my house was ,so still
You could bear (against your will)
Uttle miwi& as -they climbed up a
Now the sto 6 may arise
And descend 4m the skies
But he o out their noise with
his i ter.
As I sit dy pen
In my o 4.1frivate den
And 1 .. hard to write or to study.
He climbs up on the door
Then falls flat on the floor
Where .his nose hits the plank, it
As I help him,to rise
t He sends out sweh cries
That his mojher domes in a hurry.
And she says to my son
e "See what Daddy has done!
y "But I'll settle with him, don't you
By "Uncle Sile."
k -. SCentral, S. C.
PICKENS COUYIV TEACHEIRS
About 150 teachers of the county
met at Easley Saturday in respunse
-to a call from the county superinten
dent of education, F. V. Clayton. The
Principal speaker of the day was D.
tI '.Lws. His talk was practical,
t one and full of helpful sugges
Supt. Chlyton, in speaking to the
bod, addl~ressed them as the progr'es
sive teachers of Pickens county. Rev.
D. W. [Iiott rea'l the scripture les
son and made some appropriate re
rmarhks in his peculiarly happy man.ti
The most important bushtesi enact
tedl during the meeting was the in
Iaugur'ation of a : (lays' teacher's in
e situte to be held the tirst of Decemii
tx herand of a monthly teachers mee
Prof. L. M. BauknigTht, l'ead of
the Easley Chamber' of Commnere.,
oard also teacher of agricuitujre in
EnIsley high school, gave an invitai
tion. inludl~ing free enster'tainmenit
a nd a heaty wele'nme, for1 the insti
tute to he held at lIasley.
After the adjournment of the meet
ing delicious refreshments were serv
ed by the domestic science dlepart
ment of the Easley. high school.
The place o'' holding the institute
has not yet beeni decided upon.
PLANTING SMlAILL GRAIN
Clemson Cdlege Nov. '7.-The re
cent rains have put a good season ini
the ground and madle fall plan tina
of grains possible in many places
where it has not been possible so fat'.
It is not too late to plant wheat, oats,1
rye, or barley, where they are to be
gi'own for hay or grain, suggests
Prof. C. P. Blackwell, agronomist.
SThere is, also, still time enough to
where they are to b.e followed by
- It wouldl pr'obably not be advisable
to pilant cover cro0ps this late on land
- that is to be planited in cotton next'
- year', as the dover crop wVouldl have
,to be0 plowed undler so early that it
wvould make' atlall gr'ovth.' Cover
e crops should always be planted early1
Ion land baL/ipio he ;uaed for cotton
r .nx year.
It is g~epgir~ d aIble to plant
oats much erheri n1~ 'this, though
they wil1nake a good crop planted
After hearing the testimony of the'
three young Greenville girls, alleged
to have been assaulted by Luther
Rainey and S. J. Young,..white..men
of Greenville, on the night, of ,Octo-!
ber 29 while riding in'an automobile,
in Pickens county, and liearing *the
statements of Dr. J. E. Walker, at
tending physician, Magistrate J. M.
Jameson of Easley Monday ordered
the release of Young from implica-;
tion in the affair. Rainey is being
held for further investigation.
Notices run under this head at the
rate of one cent a word for first in
sertion, one-half cent a word for,
each subsequent insertion.
AM BUYING seed cotton. A. G.
Reece at Reece's gin.
FRESH COW FOR SALE. T. A.
Kelley, Pickens R-. phone 2712.
STRAIGHT SALARY: $35.00 per
week and expenses to man or wom
an with rig to intreduce Eureka Egtn
Pr',.-ucer. Eureka NMfix. Co., East St.
FOR SERVICE--Thorougi bred
Poland China Bcar. P. M. Brazeate
WANTED-Man with car to sell'
low priced GRAHAM TIRES.
$180.00 per week and commissions.
GRAHAM TIRE CO., 3159 Boule
vard, Benton Harbor, Mich.
boar service $5.00 or pig. W. A.
Mathews, Pickens, S. C.
LOST-Several weeks ago betweci
residence of E. A. Lewis and Pickensl
one brown leggin with one strap
broken off. Finder please return to
W. R. Lewis at Pickens.
I have a full-blooded hound dog
that I found caught in fence Tues-1
day night. Dog has black back, tan
legs and left ear split open. Frank:
Smith, at Mr. Ben Hagood's pine,
SMALL FARM WANTED.-Wouldl
like to hear from owner of small
farn on river that would sell for
small cash payment down. J. E.
Payne, No. 11 Hatch St., Brandon,
Mill, Greenville, S. C. 4t
LOST--Saturday, in Pickens or be
twe'en Pickens andi my home, a black
folding pocketbook containing six or
seven dollars and warehouse receipts
for six bales of cotton and otherl
Spapers. Finder please return to me
or The Sentinel omice and receive re
ward. ,J. E. Durham.
LOST--Between, Fiasley and my
residlence last Friday, a pair of boys'
new tan shoes andI pair of' stockings
mn same package. Finder please re-1
turnto e o toThe Sentinel omcee
and get reward. J. W. Cauley.
IGINNING 81.50.-The Pickens Oifl
and Fertilizer' Co. is nowv ginning cot-I
ton for .31.50 a bale and putting. oni
heavy weight bagging and ties.
FOR S ALE--T wo black mare
imules, 7 and 9 years old, weighing
about 900 pounds each; 2 buggies and~
harness; two-horse wagon, wagon
andl buggies in good repair; three
year-old Devon bull, weight about
1200 pountds; also one Pu tma n organ
good as new. Reason for sellin.,
am planning to leave this state. J.
W. Cauley, Pickens. S. C., Route 2.
FOR SALE--Black~ mare mult,j
three years old, we ighing between
.seven andl eight hundredl pounds.
Wo~rth $200, will take $140 cash or
gOOd paper. M. D. Chappell, Pick- j
enls R 3. --
I WILL BUY your poultry, eggs
and multiplying Onions on SatuIrday.'
E. H. Craig, Pickens -U
FOR RENT--Oe or two-horse
farm, near Mountain Grove church.
T. A. Kelly. Pickens R8, Phone No.
.JUST RECEIVED two cars oL
wheat grower. Will sell for cash.
only. J. ID. Hlolder & Son, Pick:ens.
CHICAGO'S FINEST WHOLESAI.)
Banner Tailoring Co.,*
Will be glad to show samples of
tailor-masle clothing at my home or
elsewhere in the couin'wv urou req test
elsewhere in the county upon request
SAM'L E. ERVIN, Agent
lerris, 8, C.,
FA.LL AND W-01
AT PRICES Ll
The day of high priced clothing ha
$40.00 to $65.00 to get an all wool su.a
We are specializeing this fall on You:
shown from $20.00 to $35.00i A bi;
Suits for the older men on more com
boys and the big boys. A big line of
18 and. 19 year. A big assortment of
At least that is what all the weath
need one. All wool overcoats for b:,
fellows and older men, all sizes and al
tive models, from $15.00 to $35.00.
A big line of Rain Coats, Sheep Sk
Look at our line of clothing and ov
of that bad habit of paying high pric
"The store wherE
Clothing, Shoes, Ha
VAUGHAN MODERN NORMAL
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
EAST PARK BAPTIST CHURCH
Greenville, S. C.
Term of four weeks
Beginning November 21, 1921
Under the auspices of
JAMES D. VAUGHAN
Tuiton, full term-----------$1 0.00
Board, per day --------------$ 1.00
R. N. Grisham, Sec'y.
B1ox 319. Greenville, S. C.
.A study of ti
in the general nr
of our customers,
store chock full o:
and at prices that
and waists; mens
caps, etc., all in t.
We can outfil
the oldest memnbel
clusive models tha
img appearance of
You are alwal
ESS BY 40 PER
A YEAR AGO
5 gone, we hope to stay. A yea
t of clothes, while today you cain I
.g Men's Clothing. The snappiei
range of patterns In all the,late,
servative models from $15.00 to $31
boys' clothing starting at .the 3 1
styles and patterns from $6.00 t<
E GOING TO HAVE A COLD WIb
er prophets say. 'We are fixed fo
is from 5 year to 18 year at $6.00 I
I Pure wool, in the new belted moc
In Coats, and Sweaters, that you m
arcoats before you buy, for we e
es, for you don't have to any more
quality in merchandih
ts and Geuts' Furnishing
fall for Pictorial Review Patterns.
The most beautifully located and
oughly practical courses of study.
guaranteed to graduates or money
Write today for catalogue. Add
W. S. PETERSON, Pres,
F. L. WEBB, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Cateechee, S. C.
doesn't it; but bet
te tastes of Picken:
ierchandise line he
especially for the ]
and as a conseqt
E' brand new fall a
will please your p
-to-wear, coats, co;
and boys' clothji
die very latest mod
the family from t
i for discriminatir
,t subtly contribut(
youth and grace.
) yards of Sheet
s welcome at Beru
CKENS, S. C.
e ago you had to Pay .nywhere from
)iy the best from $25.00 to $40.00.
;t, most up.to-sats 1i09. wp have ever
i.00. We haVen't Vt6rgoten the littld
Pear olds, and going to extra sizes in
you in Overcoats and you-will surely
o $15.00, . Overcoats .. fon- the young
els, and also on the mo're conserva
ill surely need in December, Januany
n surely save yott money. IGet out
ie comes before' the
Goods a Specia ty
equipped 'sch6ooi 'in tfe South. Thor
Most reasonable rates. Positions
GREENWOOD, S. C.
DR. J.. L. AIKEN
Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C.
ter' still, it is a
3 County people
ts enabled us to
leeds and wants
tence we havea
nid winter goods
it suits, dresses,
ag, shoes, hats,
es, fashions and
he youngest to I
g women. Ex
to a slenderiz-.
ing at 7 e yd.