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PICKENS, S. C.
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41 ho a 'ear Invariably In Advance
&ntired t 1 ickens, S. 0. Postoffice as
Seoend Class Mai! Matter.
GARY HI10TT, Editor and Mgr.
A FOOLISI IDEA
- We heard a young man remark last
wivzk that "the world cwes me a liv
Ing." It is hoped for the young
muan's good that he'll get the notion
out of hia head. Lt's a mistake, a
grave mistake. le Pever entertained
a more folish idea nor one which
will bring him a smallei measure of
respe.t. The worl ow.:s th:- young
man nething; but incall I, cwes th
wo Id and scciety vii ,etive, noble
mainhood, a r-ely, hone.at energy,
wh"-ichl will ernlble himi t.) it.scia.te
With dc:A'.t mli alld wt m- in a
trueC ma (, s f cll.u'te that will
muake his ti idship valuable and his
Thei truly i:itelliget.i nrt ivijty, and
this yci.: mrnvi shouIHlcnibt to
society' l ,.; .s and welfzn'e the
r:racc which v. Imes thi o,-h sluidy,
tcil anld h--nest thouiglIt.
TO S.Wl l, AN V lDltl'9l
1icre is a m1iwter who mipreciates
the e-litf;r At a r(efcent c(literial c.l
veition h clfercd the followiig toast:
"To save wi (editor fio-n starvation,
takc his paper andII pay for it prompt
ly To save him fromii bankruptcy,
advc.-tise inl his paerliberally. To
Save hin freiml dispair, send him every
item of news of which you can get
hold. To save himt from profanity,
write your correspondence plainly on
one side cf the she'et and send it in
-s uirly as possible. To save him
from mistakes, bury him. Dead peo
1:le are the only cnes who never iak:
When the trees begin to blossom
Vnd the violets to bloom; when th
bullfrog in the meadow warbles boom
ah.boom ah-boom; when ducks ar.
flying northward and bright butter
flies are out, an(l when the rumns g
housekeeping in the broken wate
spouts; when grasshoppers are hop
ping, and biln.k bats coenl out at nigli
and ven'.urv inl your bedroom attract
1 by the wight, when birds fly dow
the chiimwy, and bens walk il th
door, be-:lles hclI enventiu11 i th
center cS the fleo:'; whe!n t'le tId i
c'er your lho.. tOis as yoi cI.-s th
new plought :1 hild --yu imy coui
eln it eci taiin, r.we t rin: is in th
Not a thIismd iles aiway fror
here on a :1 nt t:la y a farme
in, ehmrch very eloquently su ppli nit
ed to the Lord to help the needy an:
poor* in the community. Whein goin
home his little son very artfully re
marked: "Say pa, if I had as mie
wheat and corn in the barn as yol
have I'd hell) the poor myaself and ne:
bother the Lord about it."
A girl graduate thus dlese-.ribedl th:
manner in which aggesot butte:l a bo;
out of the yard: "ile hurd th0 pro
vious end1: of his anatomy againist th:
l.oy's afteriwardis with an eairnestneos
and veloeity which, backed by thn
imlported a miomentumi that was no
relaxed until h: had lan ded 0.1 terr:n
tirma beyend the pale of thle goat'.
Cyclones andl tornadoes have re
cently visiteJ and I: illedI people and
maide others homeless in Georgia,
I.OUisiana, Texas, IndIiana, andl the
'Missssippi river bas overlowved and
runine:] erols of hundreds of peopile
i'n the Mississippi valley. And here
we are grumbling because wve're lhav
ng a little rain.
All DODGED- A N\AN FUH
DE- L.ONGES T KEE:P OUT
poN' SOM7 WORK FUR
M~ EN NOW ATTEH AH'S
DONE DID E WORK ME
SIN 'DODG11N' ME!
*.pyni -u. w Mcciura ne wspi pae s nd -a
Mrs. L. writ
"I am convinced ther
baking powder. I hb
old powder for ten y
are 100 per cent bett
can of Royal Baking
mend it to any housev
knows all about caki
kind of powder."
Contains No Alum .
Send for New Royal C
Royal Baking Powder Co., I:
S. S. CONVENTION PROGRALM
Bk Held With Fall CrceE Church
A pr il 29-30.
The Twelve Mile Eiver Sunday
School convention will inet with Fall
Creek Baptist church in Oconee coun
ty April 29 and 30th. Program will
be as follows.
10:30 a. m..-Opening exercices by
the president or pastor of the church.
10.50-Roll call of churches, bnroll
men of delegates, reports, etc.
11:15-Address: The Tvo Hemis
pheres of ,the Sunday School.
11:45-Addross: Why some Super
intendents Fail and Others Succeed,
by J. W. Holliday and S. P. Marcn
12:15 p. m.-Discussion: Solvin:g
Teachers' Problems, by D. E. Garrett.
2:00--Seasen of devotion.
2:15-Discus ion: Nc;w to Have. a
100 per cent Teachers' Meeting.
2:45-Address: Let the Children
Grow, by Mrs. Watson.
3:15-Discission:; 11-tM Neglected
,IITeen1 Age, bv E. H.. Broadwell.
3:45-1he Sunday Workers Library,
by 11. F. Wri.ght and R. A. Hudson.
t 10:30 .. r.-Praise- service.
- 1 0:-!5---fh- - T eacher iefore the
Clas.. by alrs. lhrevedlove.
11:15--Th1e Standard of Excellenice,
by C. I. Murphy.
11 :210-Avenues of Approach to the
.Chihi Mind, by Miss Floride Prince.
.C1:00Th dult Department the
Kc .mtone of the Sunday School, 1;y
J.H ,wec and J. J. Hunnieutt.
12:80 p. m.-Open e *aference;
Su perentendents' problems.
2 :00-Devotional serv ice.
2:15-A ,Successful Hiemw Depart
ment in the Rural Sundlay School, hy
2 :45-3aving Souls-The Supreme
Tes;t (of the fRunday School, by Rev.
WV. H!. Nichob..
31::10-R-eports of Association work
er~s, elect ion of (il'icer's, announce
mnts, a nl I~ inal adjourn~ments.
Rl. P'. Prince, P'res.
E. R. flroatiwe'l!, See.
l'NION MFETING; PROGRAM
l'rogram of the union meeting to
beC held with Cedar Rock Baptist
church oni Saturday an~d Sunday,
Ap ~rIl 29 a*ndl ;0.
10:80 a. m .-Praise andl prayer
sevie led by L. I". Smith and Rev.
A. M\. Simmons.
11I:00-] ow~ cnn we improve the
ch'urch life of our dlenom ination ?
Ojp'ned( by IEro. F. S. Childress andl
J1. A. Robinson. general dliscussion.
12:''(-Adjourn for dinner.
when, andl for wvhat of'nees ? Rev. B.
P. Mitchell andl J. 13. F"endley,.
8 :00-Evangelical serv'ice by Rev.
W. D). Hlammett.
Sunday 10:00 a. m.-Dovotional
service by J. Tr. Taylor.
10:30--Our Sunday schools-Their
work, and what we can do for them,L
Rev. F. 'T. Cox, A. P. -Hammond andli
J. R. Connelly.
11:30-Address by llev. C. ,E
12 :30-Adjourn for dinner.
2:00-What Baptists stand Por., C.
8:00-Christian citia~enshi p, 'oy V. E.
lF'ndlecy and1( A. 13. Fort nei
fresh milk eows fromn $25.00 to $35. I
'0, givi' g 2 an-1 3 gallons. Good i
:etoh, (C'ome and, see what I have
A. D3. Manmn, Six Mile, S. C.
is a difference In
ve been using any
ears but my cakes
er since I bought'a
.owder. I recom.
fife who thiika she
Sinaking with any
Leaves No Bitter Taste
:>ok Book-It's FREE
30 William St., New York
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
. Whereas, a petition has been filed
with the trustees of Central School
District No. 9, in said 'county and
state, signed by imo:re than one-third
of the registered freeholders of the
age of twenty-one years of said
school district as appears by the cer
tifcates -of the county auditor of said
county attached to said petition,
praying that the trustees of said
school district order an e!cetion to
determine whether or not bonds in
the sum of Twenty-five Thousand
Dcllars ($25.000) shall b% issued
by the said school district for the
purpose of school improvements;
And it further appearing by the
certificete of the colnty auditor of
said county that the proposed bond
issue of Twcnty-five Thousand DoL
lars (ces not exceed eight per
.cent of the asassessed valuation of
property for taxation in said dis
trict, including outstanding bonds.
It is therefore ordered by the
board of trustees of Central School
district No. 9 that an election be held
in the sai-l school district on the 4th
day of May, 1922 on the ques
tion whether such bonds shall be is
sued or not, said bonds to be issued
inl denniinati2-s of One Thousand
Dollars each to run for a period of
twenty years from the (late of issue
and bearing six per cent interest,
payable annually. At such election
oily qualified voters residing in this
school district shall be allowed to
The polls shall open at 8:00 o'
clock a. m. and close at 4 o'eclock p).m.
The ballots to be .voted must have
written or printedl on them the words1
"For Bonds" or "Against Bonds."
The following named are nereby
appointedl managers to hold said
1E. 13. Ste'hens, C. WV. Young, T.
By corder of the Board of Trustees
of' Ce. ntral School District 'No. 9.
F". B. Morgan,
J1. H-. Ramseur,
Bor fTrustees of Central
Schor I District No. 9. -______
NOTiCE OF" FINAL, SETTLEMEN
AND) ISCHARG~E E'I
Notice is hereby given that I will
make application to N. A. Chrisito
pher Esq., Judge of Probate for
Pickenis county in the State e f South
Carolina, on the 27 day of April
1922, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
or as seen thereafter as said appli
cation~ can be heari, for leave to
maike final settlen'.cnt ef' the Personal
c. tate of' Beirdie Mae Boms Minor,
ard'( obtain diwe~har'ge as Guardian of
NOTICy OF F"INAL SETT1LEMENT
, AND) DISCHARGE
fo iceis hereb v en that we will
n/ake ap~plication to N. A. Christo
'phe'r Esq., Judlge of Probate for
Pickens county, in the State .of
South Carolina, on Saturday, the
6ith (day of May, '1922, at 11 o'clock
in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter
as said appllication can be heard, for
leave to make final settlement of the
reapl and personal estate of J.' M.
Nat i('n, dleceased!, and obtian dis-.
chreas admninistrators of said es
V. M. Nations,
S. W. Nations,
,AII wve (10 is High Class Printing.
So soen u on. ,Jo Wor.
Yes, even the calendar has chim
The first symptom of rejoicing
you haven't caught us unprepai
The Grifon prices are lower the
els at $16.50 to $25.00. Better gra
In the Griffgn line of 1922 you'll
Comc in and see us one of thel
F -LG E R
The home of Walk-Ov
Stetson hats, Inter-wov<
Home Sewing Machines,
Clothing, Shoes, 1]
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. No notice
accepted for less than 25c first time.
FOR SALE-One 1917 Model Ford
Roadster, for cash or good papers.
In gocd shape. $100.00. Robert M.
Welbern, Pickens R3, Phone 2303.
"Offer ene million pure Perto Rico
potato plarits grown from treated po
tatoes, immediate shipement. Dollar
rixty .4: '.housand via express.
Guorantced safe arrival. Pays buy
4ool plants. G. J. Derrick, Lancas
ter, S. C. .
Am c.fering m.y Clevcland Big Boll
Cotton Seed at $1.00 per bushel. No
man can afford to plant sorry seed,
wh' n you can buy .rood seed at this
price. Jnmes B. Craig, Pickens, S. C.
TOMATO PLANTS-One half foot
hii-h, Stone Beauty, Matchless, with
go".l roott.:, 15e dozen or. 2 doaen
fo 25c. Ali Aikeni, Marietta R2,
I can sail any Real Estate you
have in Pickens county if the p~ricoe
is right. LC. L. Hlenderson, Central,
WANTED-T-'o buy sonme good
t:heats. Apply to J. Luther Hughes at
Hlughts Dr os Blacksmith shon. 3t.
A marble head and glass eyes cani
Loll the dlifference between an old1
roast and fr sh roasted coffee. Ask
ycur deale"~ for Dull's fresh roasted
E;M BRO)1!)IDEY LOVERS.--Sendl
fo our catalogue; thread for emi
b~roidery., any color; embroidery
needle, the very latest, will be sent
C. 0. D). for $1.00 on 10-day trial.
Write today. Arthur Flood, 193 Line'
Stree't, (Charleston, S. C. 50
BLACKSMITH* WORK in exchance
for country prodluce.-I will (10 your
blaeksmith work and take pay in
co(untry proliuce. My prices c~rc
ri~rht, too. J. Wesley Garrett, Pick
BATTERIES~ CHAllGED).- I am
still on the job charging batteries.
A l.so keep new neid all the tihiie. From
S0e to $1.25. C. W. H~unter, Pickens
12. tf. 3w pd.
FOR SALE-You can get G;uinea
eggs at $1.00 per setting of 13, at
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S. C., or
Mrs. E. G. MrDaniel, Murphy, S. C.
T1he Sentinel has the exclusive
agency in Pickens for Hlarcourt &|
Co., Louisville, Ky., maker'. of'
America's finest engraved. wedding
inlvitations, ernouncements, cards,
stationry, etc. Tfhel larcourt im..
rint is the mark of highest quarlity.
rfrndsomne samples may be seen at
The Sentinel office.
Tlhe Gr'eenv'ille Daily News ar~d The
'i -kens Senitinel one year each for the
r]ie of The News alone.
The Piel-ens Scntinel and the At
anhta TPri-Weekly' Constitutionon
MAN, ITS. SPRik
ed in with her sanction.
hould manifest itself by way of a n cw suit of clothes.
ed either. The latest 1922 styling s of Griffon Clothes h.ave just r.
n we or you had any right to expect. Palm Beaches and Tropical Worst.
cs at $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00.
find the freshest ideas in correct st yle for men.
er, Red Riding Hood and Endicott Johnson shoes,
m hosiery, Griffon Clothes, Carhart overalls, New
Irun King Stoveg, Chase City buggies, American
Lats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
PICKENS CABINET WORKS
SASH - DOORS - MOULDINGS
LIME - CEMENTS
Rough and Dressed Lumber of All Kinds.
We have a good assortment of glass.
Windshields cut and put in.
THHE UNIVERSAL CAR
Economical Hu age
ial tearing of
Do you realize that the a cd*vo
Ford One -Ton Truck !hahuin
at $430 is not only theo most
wonderful truck value ever
offered but the most conomical
means cf solving your haulage
and delivery .problems, whether
you are a farmer, merchant or
Let us give you all the facts.
H9. P. Sitton, Jr.,
AUTI'1omiZED FoR~D DEA LER.