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* PICKENS, S. C.
s UJWiSHED EVERY THURSDAY.
.6. a Yeasr Invariably in Advana
wref at Fickens, S. ~. Postofilcea
Se':ond Class Mail Matter.
GAI4Y IIIOTT, Editor and Mgr.
"THAR'S MORE IN THE MAN
TlAN THIAR IS IN THE LAND."
Sidney Lanieir was not only a great
poet of the spirit and the heart, but
he is alm1ost. telq'NJuale1d among South
iet n writers for his homely rural dia
let verse. What thoughtful Southern
J an cr, for example, will ever forget
th"is striking picture of two farmers
Vne shiftless, the other enterprising
and the .Pertinent conclLion embodied
in the title? If youl boy or gil is
looking for a "spoteech'" for recitation
in school, we .u;,gest this:
I knoiwed a norn, wiliclhi he lived in
Wiich Jene.,. is a1 counlty of red hills
A nd le i eJ elt ty miuch by gittinl' of
And his inules was nothin' but skinl
Anl Iiis hogs was flat as hisl cornbread
And i had 'aboIut a hliou sanird acres
''his m -whithl his int it was a1ls1o
,ones - -
Ie s;wore Ihat. he'd leave them old
red hiill and stones,
For he couldn't. make iothin' but yal
And little ' at.hat aid Ilis fences was
And what little 1 orn hec lial, hit was
And dinlgel of :k livin' was in the land.
Amil tht longer lie .were the madder
And lie riz and he walked to the stable
Andi he lollered to Tom to coeic thar
andI hit cih
I"r to (ii somewhar land was
And to quit rasin' cock-burrs, thistles
Anl a wa ist in' ther time oin the Cuss
So himl, and,(I Tom they hitched up the
P.rtestill' that folks was mighty big
T t d11' stay ill Georgy ther lifetime
dcst literlltchiig, a livin' when all of
Git pla.ces ill Texa whar cotton w.ul
By tile timllet you Could plant it inl th<
And lie driv by a house wi'har a mar
Was a livin', not fill fromt the edge o
And he bantered Brown flur to buy
And said thati beino' as money wm
And bein' as sheriffs was hard to face
Two dollars an - would get th
andit fifty cents
him a wvaggit
un, and14 his wimmini
ndmov'ed to Texas, wvhich it t uck
H is entir'e pile, with the best of luck
To git thar and git him ai little land
But Br'own mov'ed out oni the 01h1 J one:
And he r'olled up his breechles am1
bared his arms,
An lie rooted it upj anid lhe plowiedi
Then lie sewedl his c'orn and when
in the land.
Five years glid by, and Blrown1 one da:
(Whieh he-'d got so fat that hi
To the bulliest. (dier' you ever' see
When one o' the children jumped o1
Anrd says, "Yani's Jones, whlic'h yor
bought his land.''
And thiar was Jones, standlin' out a
And he hadn't 110 waggin, n1or mules
Fur he hand left Texas afoot and( euin
To Georgy to see if' het couldn't gil
*1 Employment, as he was a lookin' as
Bl1e as of he had1( never' owned'c any
But Browvn he axed himn in, and lie goi
* ~Him donwn to his v'ittles Smokin' hot
And when he had filled hlimlself and
B~row'n looked at him11 shairp and ii
That "Whether men 1's landl was riel
Tharw~as more in the man than thai
wais in the land."
WAe have stated probably a huni
,(dred times~ that we caninot publisl
an article of any kind in The Senti
nel unless we knowv who the autho:
is, yet every week we r'eceive letter:
for publication with niothiing to tel
us who wrote them. ' Unsigned let
ters go to the waste basket.
'We will ndt publish a correspon
dlent's name If requested not to de
so, but The Sentinel must know who~
sends In every article We publish.
A n eut. v, tbll ves-atI
An' summel' "comes a-fluttrl .
AroUil' with birds an' everythll. .
Is Jest ter dig some bait an' git
MUy flehin' polo an' go An' sit
I lovese er hear th' happy song
Ti' erlic keeps singlan' all along
Th' bong that sonteIl)ow socas tot 1ay
"Oh, nin't it title anl' gran' ter day.
An' ain't Goi goot!" While all th' Ahne
Y'. watch til' bobber onl your lino
it's kitilt Ilt lven jes' ter stretch
Otut lazy oil th' grass an' iiotch
A whitY o' vr'iets; now (n' then
There ain't no trick ' tonguo or pen
'At ever coul express 'enm all,
Ti' things I feel when I kin sprawl
Oh, lot. o things 'it fellers do
j. nute-iWuI saty. 'twixt tie and you,
T'- whool etiloo(le, bunched in one,
Ain't go rtoil-ihaf th' stire pop fun
'At I 0ii get 3"ro)ti beatin' it
Awiy fromi all o' this ter sit
-John 11. Styles. Jr., in the Christian
I il ab.
THIS DOLL REALLY TALKS
t'igenious Toy That Has for Its Prin.
ciplo a Phonograph Concealed
in the Body.
TIt' efort to tuke i a talking ddl1
prhhly3 tinies back to the time soon)
a i er' t Ie first doll Was ilade. 1Qnl1s
dug up inl tie nienit rins 1. '0have been
fo untl 4) to e etaI i strfings inortpor.
nie t'd iii conis.tructio 1n11( the II
frten.e is that this wAs 1ni early ef;
or1t i 1 make the ettigy emit some
tlhinig like the sound of the human
vtiC'. The perfection of this iden has
)eenl refCntly attaine(d iII th. Inve
Complete Phonograph Contained in
lti) of n dioll inl)t) the botly of whleh
a) 4omlete phnograph has b'een dik
pose'd of. Thell di-ving meh1itu9
on(1ain4ed iII Ite ti'unik portion (of the
doll, while th1rolvng pilaitorm1
wi cries 11,8 11th reord is contaiied
i i, the iead. The flare of the horn is
1ilin in th l i', wleith doetsi.; not oh.
StMt (he a 1ISIge o' tile sonndl(1 but
yet is snillelent 44) hide thi pr of
t.' mechaniism. This rer opening of
the ievul 11lo ert)('i' its of Ihe (hanging
of the retors( as ttsi'e.
I Quake's Advance Guard.
03) th lt~ heuoryb t haitt Ihe1 lt'tvement o f
t he (a's1 )' rnIs 'lit (constitutinlg anI l enrlh
quoake be'gins on a) very' sil~i sea le. to
be4 followed', Ia ter by3 thle gr'eater' ad
.lstmet' s ta t) o ) the dmuage, Oi'lts
I.. Keinedly of San 0 etrnari'to, C)al.,
htl ievets thaiit lie enn givte earthlqunk e
-V) wrin gs by observ'ing the0 erne1(ks in
('uiilfor'nhatdilstiteis. It Is naserltd
that) in li th'i a t'ir. KennedCty prelet
eil lhe quake 413)atQ8 des3tt pMIirt of
I hemet andlt Qltn) Jnhin)to, Cal., soe-e
inlg more'' hnt a yea0r ngo. Uie Ia
4'3imen3t nhlont a foo)4t llhlek and L,000
feel itong fto' lnhorntIory' 33 purposes.
.1Archere Hunt Sharks.
Tliunting shariks. witlhid14 a n'ow
Is the hatest spot to he' introdued~
D'. 1E. K. Robetrts na Tlniry V'an 13e
I tider' repted3i4 exet'inlg texp)'eences
$aft er n day at l'olntl Mangt. passedh in
huntin lg shiar:ks in thIis.333 manneri.
Ini many33 1)1* 1C intncs lhey said., th)e
sharks ~tar 331ted ouit to sen) w~Ith the nr
t'owts si beking In teir bodliet, nind It
Irequiretd speed on) Ithe part1' of the hunt
ers to ov'ertake them.1)
Thllese shar mks are not mtitens,
whieh are ntknlown so f~ North.
DrIves Bull to Harness.
August Rt. Berg of Aubiurn ha3s an
Ayrshlre hull nearly two y'ears od~r
that he drives to har11ness like a hio's.
In Sweden, Mir. Berg uised ti) troain
e'nttle nnd1( horses for the gov'ernme'1t.t
le enlis thle hul11 Rlosenber'g and4 wtht'n
he0 drov'e him11 to Worcester 03ne day i'e
"0en1l' t hte bull th)rendetdt his wy~ peace.'('
fully almonig the automilelts, but1 Mar.
ilei'g wals dl'ele in gettIng home1) he
('nus1e s0 many13 phottgraphers'3' w1''nIted
to take 1 shiO'.-fl0stoni Globe.
ilrst ArtI1st-Well, old muan, how?s
Second)t Artist---Oh, splen1did! Got a
cotn43)isIontl) ibis mornin33g fromn a mil1
lloniaire. Wants1i hIs chlldre' nlaited
Flirst Arltis.t (piensantly)-Well.. my
boy,' you1'ret the very~3 mnnH for the0 Job.
"Whal3t do you think of thIs:Untyer
siI 1en3ce mov01eme(nt ? 1)n you thlink
ihuun beings will ev'er give tup Iight
ing wvith .inet another?''
'C'ourse 1 don't. Ain't I maured?'
Noties rup undiir tis head at the
oi ne cent 'wi4 ts r it inw
n one-half cent a word for.
eaei subsequent insertion, No notice
acepted for less than 25 first time.
FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred Poland
Ghina pigs. D. S. Thomas, Murphy,
FOR RENT-One horse farm, near
welve Mile Camp ground 5 room
house, 6 acres bottom land, rest in,
stubble land. T. B. Robertson, R 5.
STRAYED from my hoine, on Sat
urday, March 4th, one red duroc pig.
L inder please notify J. T. Crow on
Lige Chastain's place. it -
FOR SALE.-One good Chevorlet
ear in good cotidition. New tires all
W ound. See W. J. ilson, Pick-.
.Q) TERIE$ CHA4JED.- I ani
still on the jb cha ing batteries.
Al3o keep new acid l1 the time. From
50c to $1.25. .C. W. Hunter, Pickens
R2. tf. 3%4 pd.
PELLAGRA SUFFERERS: I have
it remedy for pellagra which has been
most, -successful wherever used. Am
treating sevoral patients now, and
anybody sufforing from this disease
should see me. J. S. Barker, Calhoun,
NOTICE-Store opening March 12.
New-line .of Millinefy. Sewing shop
prices right also take orders for ladies
Tailor made clothes. I will open up
sisirs over Mr. A. M. Morris store.
Mrs. Lola Manley. 'it
WANTED--No. 1 pine lumber.
Pickens Cabinet Works.
Seed Corn For Sale.-Write for
information about Douthit's Prolific
Corn. It tops the list at all Experi
ment Stations in this State for five
year period. J. B. Douthit, Jr., Origi
nator, Pendleton, S. C.
FOR SALE--Good house and 'lot
in Pickens. Terms reasonable. Apply
to Mrs. Sallie Sutherland, Salem, S.
1'The tie market at Pickens is open.
ing up and the people are taking
advantage of it to get ready cash tc
tide them over these tight times.
H AVE YOU a place like this you
would like to rent? A good one-hors<
farm, standingr. rent; must be good
land on the river; some bottom land
that doesn't overflow; with averagt
geod orchard or some fruit; average
good house; rent must be right anc
cood neighborhood. J. E. Payne, 11
Iatch St., Greenville, S. C. 46
FOR SALE-Fresh milk cow. Ap
ply to A. G. Reece, at Reece's mill
Cross tio checks are money. They
will pay your taxes, buy provisionm
and clothing. What more can a mat
expect these (lays?
NOTICE.-I have for service
Thoroughbred Shetland pony 'studl
two miles east of Central. Wiltot
IThe tie market at Pickens is open
ing up andl the peop~le are takins
adlvantage of it to get ready cash ti
tide then1 over these tight times
FOR SA LE:-One thoroughbre<
Pucheron Stallion six years old, bret
and raised at Clemson College. Wel
broke, wvill wvork anywhere, show:
tine colts. Will sell for cash, goo<
paper's or trade for other stock. Se.
R. G. Gaines, Central, S. C. 6t
Do you need1 money ? If so thor<
is no reason why you can't get it
Cross ties at Pickens are bringing
703 cents. This is a good price an<
withi the last twvo weeks the wagom~
are hauling them in.
The Taylor Colquitt Tie and Poh.
Co., announce that they are now ii
a position to handle all the Whit<
Oak ties brought in and pay CASEi
for them. Brothe-:' that sounds goot
for the CAS.H is wvhat 'we are need
ing most these (lays.
FORI SALE.-Brackets and insula
tors aulso Telephone and Electrica
supplies, see, Walter Hester at Th
boar service $5.00 or pig. WV. A
Mathews, Pickens, S. C.
The tie market at Pickens is open
ing up andc the people are taking
advantage of it to get ready c'ash to
tide themt over these tight times.
IYDR1A NGEAS, pink, white ,blue,
good roots, 15Jw eac'h; red fuchima, root.
edl, 1 5c each; red and whbite begonia,
ever-blooming, good roots, I10' each;
single and double geraniums, all col..
or'S, ready(I Io bloom, goodl roots, I15c
each. evr-- blo'ming blue liumbgo,
i'oodl roots, 20e each; pink pine burrs,
w'ell rooted, 15e each; ever'-blooming
A ugust lily, white or blue, 10c each;
ever-blooming surprflise lily, l0e a
bulb: .9 c'olors of WVandleri ng .Jew, leC
al joint ; ('tting of any of these 5e
.ach. Arttie Aiken, 1R2, Marrietta,
irst 0howigof Ladies Read toWear
and Summer, 1922, Fri. & Sat., Maic 1 & L
We have just received and opene d up for your inspection a coMplete 1in( e I tit s F
Silk Dresses, House Dresses, Shirts, Middys, Shirtwaists.
Copt Suits for spring are cheaper by 30 per cent than last season. Our line starts at $10,00 and g
high ai $50.00. We are showing all the newest styles in English Tweds, 4orges and Tricotines, In a wide rhnt
of styles and colors. Tweed suits for spring are very popular, and we ha ve thqm in all the different colprs.
Silk Dresses in every imaginable c'lor, and latest styles, starting in price at $10.00 and going to $25.00. '1
They are here in Crepe De Chenes, Crepo Metors, and Taffetas. A line that will .surprise and please you .'-Aj
complete stock of Gingham dress for children and ladires at $1.25 to $3.00. New Skirts, Middys and Sh rt
Waists. All at new pricos.
We are not showing a single' old garment carried over from last sea scn, for we have none to show, but
overything inl ladies Ready to Wear t hat we show you this season will be b rane -' r . i
FOLGER, HENDRICKS & u0.
The home of Walk-Over and Endicott Johnson shoes, Stetson hats, Inter
woven hosiery, Griffon Clothes, Carhart overalls, New Home -Sewing.
Mach'ines, Iron King Stoves, Devoe Paints, Chase City buggies, American , .
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
Call for Pletorial Review Patterns.
bolls reac, gnatult e 11401laE. yields
fore hvi~a4 attatAcd by of lIto grade Gottenl
Yield and quality decide profit ETLZR h
SOMEpeole nlytake the extra yield from the use of4
ferilze itoconsideration when figuring profit.
However, thousands of southern farmers know that the big
profit they make from better quality crops is due to the use of
Swvift's Red Steer Fertilizers.
Certainly it is important to consider every factor possible
this year. Use fertilizer liberally to grow the greatest possible PieI o h nyti~t
aceyed-i ies of high grade cotton which bring thebecndrdInh
top prices,.oddtrie t elvle
Yield and quality decide your profit-yield-how much you w:ReStrFrtTes
have to sell; quality-the price you get
Swift's RdSerFertilizers gieyou a betrstand, increaseputon min
the yield, improve the quality and enable you to make the most ras fmkn vr wf
Place your order today with the local Swift dealer or write Swf&Coanhate
us direct. eoreteeimntth
Swift &. Company .adsi.
(FERTILIZER WORKS)ntiin 4%o mr
A tlanta, Ga. New Orleans, La.
Yielbe con qudit dedd nrfi fent4r.h
dsstwrits aice 's en
Elc~tran.nfaarkraptn t o'knowa
( roweHDaytn, ionFlati~ok Nticeis ereb givn tat te assoo thereft'r s sid teer. e
Reunohar vlote, Manadbenduydjdgd banp, ad testlmnt ofor youronale t
Ted tRustesofthehm folowinShoe UITmEetnD fte rd STAESOFsME iA .Snel ~~sd n ba
Gtutes Lons erancho Psuld , anrpt~v be held intenatrfC the Hodg e ofdichag sAdiituti fs
acoingto aethne, SiuMle theaGeers, ths undsge5ad i5cit ore., esate. F
Eoetaio Og, oeny A Ankrup2, t. eleven atc11k inctoeAd nit..rx
brgoel, DaTwel, ilMrfroon, Fat IcNoie ihrb tieand place the -assoonthereafter__assaidapy_.
Rmilahee, Symmes, Tadyr roeo, cabors ay prop oim)scnbeardmn teNTC Ofo leave SEtLmefn
Reumio, Farrst, Dacovly Spaynard, bankrupt, adjudgedebankrupt, and AetlmnD ofChAProaGett
oCkdarRoc, RkBettm, Rostaoke, first meetin ofthe busiedios as maid A.J eneldcae ,?ot
CatesCe, New Twnc, Mlasntll, baroperl come befoe sid eetfice. ofodichag is herbymintat of sa
Kigs PletieSi Mle Patrs te Rnefgere inh Banutyof Green-,estate. o rbt frPc
WolfCeek TOwnTR Creek Classy viller.dC.,ohthe11th day of March'MsHateSne,
Monti, icOlga, NeoAm .D,92 tCElee 1922,ock in thel Adinstfrenrix
ller, onag oldinwelveime, aaintforenoon, Mtwinie andlac than ~1 sso hratra ada
Mie eek ofelae sad Grgiae, eitorshmay apar exithou caue caTInCan be FIA forleEN
Aioh, HapnHlly Sp~fC rbfrns thbh~anduto wrn allhersclais tand Af.N CodeSCeAREadba
Rockla Gofe Mroch, 1922o, obEaatoe, l trnoat besuhonhrsibess adts dicageaayinsrtix a
Cane Cryent, aNew alln perontvalbed pronrat cof befor aid meetinge. esttei eeygvntaIw
to V.i~ estatn mu sup.odE .Byh make paapplclaeCatel.Ms.ratit N.. Croph
Referefore BaheuptcyvEsq.,Judge of ProAditeorPike
NOTICEWernerTORSouAneedRmoney IfsothueWntDnth Stteof youth Oltril
Admnisratr. noreaonwhyyoucant gt . ork FiAy cmthe 17tocka of fMatr<
CrossRties OTPicE are922,n carre 11 stock inothe wiringo
AIf yousonows hodnw claim, telgais 70 ce Thinnis antodre hangdraonteeatraadap
Garvmine about i t. wisnttethini theotf las lpot twwekthwaon sreialsttleen Walte Heeroa tt
er , dly pove, e or efoeat e hauin theman. l esnht1pft.iN. ookic, phesd 27. ota