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PJ1CKENS, 8. C.
'L (I $SUE: EVERY THURSDAY
i~a hot a Yeair Invariably in Advanco
#a.red at I ickens, :t. u. Postonlee as
'? Svond Class Ma Matter.
A RY 1IIOT'T, Editor and Mgr.
0 * '1 * * *
IE OPEN FORUM
s heading Thy, Sentinel
to publish' from time to
of reasonable length by
uestiCns of public in
, tiele"s for publication should
ti x :ainly written on one side of
per only. Ieretofore we have been
)'blishing al'ticls S ':. i with a nonl
Ite plume. but hw wwill imb
ish no) si1:lo .l c !1:mn1 un1less
:he author's me :;11 Jae'.omp;anies
VId. TV I :'- > \ 'S ON
lis articl' ' is w 'l i.rt ti. tim '
give liciel in." c'olut a miuch heueLir
point t l elc' ha:s n iw.
lr' th' lpasI ltu ew y 'ear a'l:t schools
havek ben : n1dc in the cn11ty
for the iun'ise fi t'.a:ch'iIg menl and .
womel to r(a. l wite, thereby.' i
stai in T u- t i lit racy. tle'sides th is
woik man' th(" ings have been eeo
ti'bhut ia: their influenre'i toward th
edthtitionial advanicement'it of our citi
zns, for e'xampole the past. Worl
Wanr, good roads, miovine- pictures1.
et'. this work and influ:iine wni'.'i
show its Bsesults this com1r . i ter.
June mth t he club rolls of the coun
ty iill open and eve ry quaiie' d voter
is (duty bound~ to plan. his; or her'
nlai (n thie roll book, it is equitily
hi is or her dut to write thir names
:hemselves Mt ty people w1ho think
hia~t thiey do~ not ihave the time to
Jpare to g t the prlace of regicou
rat ion ask t heir friends to signi for
he0.n. As a re -uit of this t i.'y are'
ltssil as iaiitinte's. ior' xamopee.
here is a vce:': ifluntial ma iliIving~
n Ccntr holl did lit sg-i his own
iame on the rlub bo!k last 'ectiuan
..nd is chssed as an i! t:rmte'. Tmhis
:nn is aar sueesle Whio. man,
voll educate:I, ami. istere-,ted inloi d
ientional imp oveeont b t bi hav
as friend to sign tfor im, has place I
imsel f with the illitrates a ind in
r'gasedl the illiteracy in l'ie'kens coun
While the club rolls of the 'olunty
o net gie a correct percentage of
literacy, yet it is almost crlect
s the census report. It gives a
orr'ect account of tihe votiig popu)11
ition and this is about as correct as
ossible to obtain.
I believe that it is as miuchi a ceiti
en's itit toi sign his Owni na1e onl
heil clu rcii a it is for hi to vote.
n tpace of makiiu'. such exi'uses as
I am i~i nrous," "1 do not have my
:lesres,"' "hands are ( dirty," "'You can
ign het toer thianti " ', "You go aheadl
ndl sign,' let ev'ery man andit woman
.'ho can wvrite do their owni wiriting',
vhether it is good er' bad. If there
IC anyic inl Pickenis counity 'that cant
itt wriite their names let them get
)0sy and~ learn how before time for
registering. Our mlotto shoul be
'NO MARKS ON TIlE 1922 CLUB
ROLLS." It wouild he ai g~ood idea~ to
star't to organize "SIGN YOUR OWN
MAME CLUBS." If tour people' would
nterest t hemse'lves sutficienecy cari
jooks could1( be so c'lear' of miarks that
*)ur peir'entag e would drtopi be'low 5
You ean hear' the qiuestiont on aill
siides. "WVill ther'e bie any ro:u-ks (on
:he 1922 Club rolls?" TIhue aniswer'
is for all. Let everiy v'oter' se that
hie teaches some o'e to write t K'ir
anme, andl this quest ion willi cease'
to be. F". V. Clayton.
* ENFORCING THE LAW
Mr. Editor: The biggest trouble
r s I see it today in eni forc'ing the
prohibition law is that they go at it
ii the wrong way. If they would
tko half of the money spent as
they do andi give it to Christianizing
the people we would accomplish a
great deal more. Sonid good men to
tell the outlawvs (if you may en!!
themi that) that they are doing
wrong and tell themn wvith br5otherliy
ocve, andh I can't help but believe that.
miore good Canf be dione than for a
c .out his
cor thought some boys had some
linuor and just n~ulled his gun out
and shot one of them Just bceause
the boys were running. That is our
t:oublc today. Some of our .licers
(nct v1 of them) have not got sense
encugh to apprcaclh a man. We are
:ll humon Leints. Take a little two
, by..four officer an'd give him a pair
<.f legpil.s and a1 pp gun and he
th'nki the world has to tremble when
h1 1walks. I do think we should have
broa'i men as our cificers-mten that
S:ntiw what to do, and whcn to (o.
I do think every man should respect
a decent officer and the officer should
I 1spe:t him. I can arrest any man
in Pickens county today, without a
un ea e. VWhy? Because i have
the lw behind me. A Citizen.
A IIRESENTATIVE VOTE
13y a vte of 5S to 2 the people of
Central have voted for a .25,00O bond
is ue to be expedtldcl in the improve
meitnt of their grammar and high
Selh:ol. it will cnable the high school
to ad'i~l a:n clevcnth grade, a 1 domestic
::ience ' diprtlmcl( and other features
that will bring the school to a parity
'I he' pe' pie (,f Central .e to be
h've hown the::lves squardy., in
mln( wit a. i ~as c (ducan. n. Th }ey
have a.)ly d( on1st :t riated I. thcir concep.
tan i t e:ltc: tien' es an invcstmtenI
1n1d not 1s an exxnse.
Nt e'ny in Centra!, but "v:ry
vhre t b.;e in South Carclint wherv
nil r electn !& have been held, the
(ieision has been in re(ent years
eve('rw'.I h1hninHgly in favor of educa
tion, The pe ople want good schools.
Alth )ugh times are hard, they are
willing t' pay for them. They have
coma to the rcalization that they can
not use their meny to better advan
tage than for education.
Hlow then do legislators get the
impresien that the public wants ed
uaetional approl:riations pared dlown?
They have mat got this impression
from the people themselves. The
Central vote is representative of how
the people of Scuth Carolina stand
in the matter
FOlDSON TUACTOR SALES IN
M!ayv Exp cte d to be Iccord-breaking
Al!thcuh the' Ford Me tr Comany,
D etrcdt, has been increasing the (ut
Put .f iF Iordsons daily since the first
of th;. year, c tal sales lave main
tainiel en" n a greattr tivance.
Ma:: reqtuiemiets lin':csitate the
'buitldin ( f.u' hundred Fot'dscn: a
:ry. an ii prsductinc : is being furthea
icr. :sed as Varaidly as lossibile.
TIh~s is th -lFord Cinmpar.y's largest
output ince 19. andi~ it i- exp~ectedl
thanit proc .t ion awill have bireken all
previ-.us recordls 1 efore the end of
inidica'tte that th -i larmer' posit ion)
is bet teri andI a Ise is th arm aer's en -
dOrienl ut cf the Ferdason prticeL-cut
wh ich createid considerable conun tientl
throughout the counatry.
-IBesid e thet F'.r.1dsons be'ine 'hld for
farm use, many are being'. sold in he
cities as p.'wer~ units for haulinu.
excavating, grading andi tther kinds
of inadust rial wvork.
NOTiCE TlO F"AUM ElS
W~e have onl~y Y :1,000.00 allot ted
te our' OssociationH and will b: glad
to get the a ppl icationis o f farmers
who are needing thec moniey.
We wilhl have anothcr atllotment in
about niniety days, so those who can
wait until fall, wait untIl later to
make your'appliceat ion, but those
wvho need their moneoy inw, comee
in and make youri applicat ion at
See-Treas. P. N. F. L.A
May 15, 1922.
HA MBONE'S ME DITATIONS
A MANW 'viSE MB wEN AM1
SEES A H-A'NT JES' 1'
TELL MAH-SEP AN AtN
SKEERED BUT SHUCKSI
AN KNOWS WEN AMS
TELLIN' A LIE!f\t.J
pytti.321bye~eN /gt~ yv*
Candidates' cards of the ordinary
length run under this heading until
first or oiond primary for $7.50 each.
payable in advance.
FOR STATil E dNA'OR
J. S. LEOPARD is hereby announ
eas a candilate for the office of
State Senator from Pickens County
in the approaching priimary, subject
to the rules and regulations of the
FOR PROBATE JUDGE
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Probate Judge of Pickens
County, subject to the rules and reg
ulations of the Democratic party in
the approaching primary.
R. A. HUDSON.
I hereby announce myself a candi
(ate for reelection as Probate Judge
of Pickei.s county, subject to the rules
and regulaticns of the Democratic
party il the approaching primary.
N. A. CHRISTOPHER.
F:OR SUI'ER!SO H
W. E. STEE'IINS is hereby aul
nounce:l as a catulidatc for the office
of' Survisor Of Pi(cke:s County, sub
to the ruuts and regulations of
tI Dcmlteeratie lirty in the approu:ch
FOR COUNTY COMMI lSSIONER.
W. S. MASTEl1S is hereby announ
etd as a catdidate for County Comn
missi-ner of Pickens County, subject
to the rules and regulations of the
Democratic party in the approaching
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.
LOST-Bank book and checks.
between Six Mile and Easley. Checks
are loose in bank book. Are very
valuable and will give reward if re
turn-.d to The Sentiel office or L.
W. Evans Six Mile, S. C.
If you have been unable to find
a chew of tobacco to fit your taste,
try Taylor's Best at Pickens Drug
WANTED--A geod man to rep
resent up in Pickens and adjoining
counties in handling Monuments and
Memcrial work. We have a good
propesiti(.a fer a goc(l man. Addre.
OWVEN BROS . MARBLE AND
GR.\ NITE'; CO., Gricenwvood, S. C.
WANTil)---To buy one grown
white buck rabbit with pink eyes.
Mlen and womren wantedl to handie
cit:y tradme and retail the original and
genu ine Watkins l.ralduets, Remedies,
E'xtracts.. Spict s, Teilet Requisite:,
Ilousch '-l Sp(eialtiLs. Automobir.
Accseres.etc. Ov.er 150 guaran
t.e. dIroducits. Our values are un
rjualle mI o Watkins Quality is in
a c(lass by itself. Wriite today f1)
freeL saml.!c and full details of our
odr an.1 what it mn.ans to you. The
J1. lR. Wantk.in: Co.. IDept. 78, Newv
Y ., . Y. 5t
l"( R SA. i-.-Nane: H all Potato
iutsa l.M pe 10n f. o. b. Banx
ley. Gai. Trhimas Illunter.
'( )it K A>E---One, rix horse.1 gaso-.
lie. 0niee tiucks. also en' !leab
ict~hhe, on tr'ucks. Will sell
ville.. S. C. P'hione slJ. 8t.
I.OST--Aboutt tena days\ ago 4Cip~
ho'.: u-. ntain'.n $..2.: wort h of setrip.
F"inder re tur to Seni~ inei oie an
as r gron pareprs. Ju~h: C'hap
I can sell an Reial E-tate you
hafve' inl Piens coutyt if the pric'"
!s ight . EC. I.. IHendeL':'on, ( entral,
A marbie head and glass eyes ean
tell th~e d ifferene~ betwecen an old
roast and fresh roasted coffee. Ask
your dlealer for Bull's fresh r'oasted
TAYLOR'S BEST, one of the most
popular (cwing tobamor(s ever sold
in Pickens, is nowv being sald he re
aga in for the first time in sevvera
years. it has been so hardl tiobtain.
Get it at the Pi'hkens Drug Co.
The Greenville D~aily New's and The
~'iche.ns Sentinel one year each for the
wrice of The News alone.
The Pickens Sentinel and the At.
'anta Tri-Weekly Constitution one
IN COES SP
If you have h't circad: r changed f r<
short time. We have never shown a s
we arc showing this season. We ha d
Oxfords for children and misses a t
all the wanted leathers, with rubber 1<
'Th2 a people are the 1ai
Amc-: ea. b hetter line made at th e
have y( t to find one lissatisfied eus to
:tyle f 6r beth meni and women, at $ 6.
We have lately added to our al rc
(~hildren anQ isses. A mighty pret t:
A comipk te stock ci Keds fcr b o
The home of Walk-Ove
Stetson hats, Inter-woven
Home Sewing Machines,
Clotliixg, Shoes, IiN
FUNERAL SERION POSTPONED
The funeral sermon for Miss Ella
Gravely which was to have been v
preached the third Sunday in 'May has I
been postponed until the third Sunday s
in August, on account of sickness in a
the Gravely family. It will be at I
Holly Springs church. b
EFFECTIVE MAY 8, 1922, THE E
HOT'III CASINGS AND ) ITCHES IS A I;
PRICE. UNITED STATES RUmli
H EN the "CU
its new price
A price reduction rn;
using all the U. S. advaz
ring not only to get the
keep the quality tip.
Today $10.90 is noti
rprice it was last Novem
rBut the "Usco" Tire
Ufmcommflon tire vailue i
Because in carrying
rthe"Usco" price reductik
in good faith, we learnedi
r something about rais
ing the quality, too.
United States Tires
Where You J'eKN S
Can Buy eHnas F
>m hot heavy shoes, to a pair of lig I
large a line of Oxfords for childre r
to buy a large stock, as we had en t
$1.50 to $4.00 For boys from $2.5 5
'els, at $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00.
ers For Men and
'gest manufacturers of men's and w o
price, and few as good. We have s <
mer. We are showing a big line t L
50, $7.50, up to $10.00.
ady large stock of shoes and oxford s
line, and a mighty good shoe.
s, girls, men and women. Just th <
IRST IN MERCHANDISE-PRICE
r, Red Riding Hood and ]
hosiery, Griffon Clothes,
[run King Stoves, Chase
ts and Genits' FurnIishuing
,all for Pictorial Review Patterns
The Liberty Township singing con.
ention will meet with a'lat Rock
laptist church two and onc-half miles
cuth of Libtt. the third Sunday
fternoon, Max' 21, at 2 o'-ok
verybody coeiA. and bring your sorg
ooks and singers
No War Tax
CISE TAX ON UNITED STATES
'SORBED BY THE MAKERS AND I
co" Tire announced
of $10o.90 it carried
od contract wvith the
ide in good faith
iced art of tire miak..
price down, but to
he uncommon 9
is still the
d States Tires
tates @ Rubber Company
[OTOR COMPANY, Pick ('3s, S. C.
NVIRtNE x'n rty S.. C.n
it coe foids, ycu will in a very
, mcsed, boys, men and women, as
irely closed ut all of our old oxfords.
0 to $4.00. A big line for omen in
men's medium priced fine shoes in
id them for over fifteen years, and
is spring in all leathers, all new
The Red Riding Hood shoe for
thing needed for the hot months to
Endicott Johnson shoes,
Carhart overalls, New
City buggies, American
Goods a Specialty
MR. CLAYTON'S APPOINTMENTS
Rev. O. L. Clayton will preach at
Bethel church every first Sunday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clcek; at Twelve
Mite third Sunday- at 3:30; Salem
fourth Sunday morning at 11:00, and
Beth h.:m fourth Sunday afternoon
TiRFS FOR PASSENGER CARS,
S NOT ADDEI) TO THE SELLING