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HE VOTERS OF PICKEN
1; w(''ry one that voted fc
vote, your kin~~ivord
a.nd will greatly appreci
port in the next priniar
ank those who voted fo
ones who will not be i'n second rac
for your vote and pledge you Im
word that I will work hard not t
betray the trust.
I have made a good race, consider
ing the chance I had. There was
bunch of fellows that went with u.
to every meeting that'I am saitisied
was working for some one, or against
tsome one, or both. Some of themr
came to me and tried to get me te
them to work for me, but I tol(d
that if the people (lid not give
me I did not want it. If my
s will work for me half as hard
I my eemies have wo'rked against
me I will go over the top' with a
J. M. GARRETT.
A teacher with Winthrop training,
filst grade license and four years ex
perience wants place at once, either
rural or town work. Address,
"Teacher" care of the Sent;-nel,
Renew your health
by purifying your
Thn rurified and refined
catromel to 1ct- that are frec
from a a:cand danger.
No t.o cr.Tay, as
Ca ot.%s .l &ho calomel
and a.it:, cornb';ce. De
mand the genuine in 10c
and 35c packages, bearing
Arnecunces Greatly R~educe
ALANTIC CITY A
(illowing Hound~ Tr: Far
A >v i e . ( .
Ga(;ll'ney. S. C.. .~ .-.
Greenville, S. C.
Gr3(beer, S. C.
Iodges, S. C.
IiLcaster, S. C.
. Lockhart, S. C...
Newvberry, S. C.
Pr osperity, S. C.
Rid~gewafy, S. C...
SRock Ilill, S. C...
Spartanbhurg, S. C.
Union, S. C. ....
GRAND OPPORT'UNITY TO V
Tickets Good for Eighteen
Dates of Sale-July 12th,
23rd, 29th, Septembewr 6th and
Tickets gCood on all retIIulari
inton, on hreturn trip nl, n
fllimit of ticket.
Call onNeare N Tike Aent
tckeor added stoera
D. ., n dys ollwin C.atO
ever atBuffloPhi ade thi
Bible Thoughts for
0 A . UN AND ilIEng. - 'p
I Is a sun and shield: the
lord will give grace and glory ; no
(ood thilng wil lie withhold from
tI n 1ht walk UlPigtly.-1al
'TIl' PItINCE OF PEACE :-For
umto u1s at child Is born; mid( tIhe
governmenplt shIll be upon his shoul.
er: a..d his name shall he llled,
Tihe Prilce of lenee.--.1a111a11 9: 6.
3IElI(CY AX88U1t1.:> - lie t hat
covereth Ilis 8111.4 shall not 1wrspor
but whool colfesseth1 anid forsanketil
them shall have mIercy.-Prover1i;
IAVARI) OP IUMII'
WhoOeverv exalteth himii.self 8111111
be aIbasel; and lie that litihuiblth
hiniiiself shall be exalt(ed.-Luke
SAFE' ST:l'.S:-The seps of at
good limm are ordlered by the Lordl:
and hIe dligh1teti In his Way.
'salm 37: 23.
IHOW TO 'ET (IN:-Ask, aund It
shall Ie given you; seek. and ye
shaill finr hi. la bew 7 : 7.
WITIHHOLD) NOT GOO D:
withhohl not goor frot them to
whoiii it Is IIeI. when It Is In the
poer (if thine hand to do it.-Prov
erbs 9: 27.
BAPTIST BUNDLE DAY
Friday, September Ist is Baptis
Bundle Day. The la(lies of the Bapl
tist church i are gathering up clothini
for the suffering ones in Russia an
wish to get the box off so it wil
reach tle people before cold weathei
,Anyth'.ng that will keep out the col
w'l be acceptable. Gather Up all th
clothing, shoes or bed coverings an
have it ready September 1st. Th
bundles will be called for by tile coml
Ir. Wv10do Hunter and family iar.
vi'sitinig with rClatives at Clarksvill
Romund T J)rip Excursion Fares
D) NIAXGAfA FALLS
s Will Apl1y fronm St at ions Shown
-.J. To.1 Niiara Fatlls, N. Y.
-- -- 2465...----........- 45
-.. ') --- 24.- 5--- --.. -........ 34*.50
.. .21.50. 31..
...--.- 23.3--- .....................--... . 3 .15
.. -. 2 .0.........-........---:.. 33.0
--... 22.5......... 31.85
C- CITY ..-------.0
Phianluhing atmoe oae. ah
.8th, 27th, August 1st, 10th, 16th
h,2t 7htb r t iha~
lrartrains eaPnnvin-..: Ra il-on
y.t to Pex end (ln das, withinnl
nbr1 S., C.h \':s 111 tI(t
SET1BJ El FAlRM' CALENDAiI
Thin'gs to )o 'Tids Month
Pint alfalfa on land that has
beII plowed, harrowed, limed, ferti
Hzed and)( inoeulated.
Fight the boll weevil and imnprovC
the land at the same time by putting
a winter cover e.rop in every cotton
Treat thie land fairly by turnin
under soie of the summer legunes.
Put rye, vetch, crimson clover, bur
clover or oats into every cotton mid
Pick cotton rapidly to prevent loss
by weather damage.
Fill barns with well cured hay.
Prepare land for wheat and oats.
If necessary to break the land (10 it
nw so that the grain may be sowed
en a well settled seed bed.
Cut iand shock corn for shredding.
Seltet and prepare land for straw
Sow beet seed in late September
to produce early spring beets.
Plant spinanch in late September
for winter and spring greens.
Sow turnips up to Sept. 20, the
Seventop variety for greens, and the
White Egg for roots.
Plant a final cro) of snap beans.
Keep the fall garden crops well
Study varities and make arrange
ments to get trees for the orchard to
be set in the late fall.
Prepare land and sow forage crops
such as rape, rye, crimson clover and
barley. It is important to get these
winter grazing crops in by the midkdle
Make preparations for the care
and management of sows which Will
t farrow in September.
'Give extra attention to those hogs
which are to be shown at fairs
:1 Accumulate sufficient feed to c-1 ry
ithe livestock through the winter.
Make plans for housing liventeck
ringthe winte n(r.thS.
Plant rye latter par1.t of Imonth i Or
winter and spring :.r -1zing.
Remodel old barn or build a new
one if needed to protect dairy cows
frem the winter winds and rains.
Make and store in barn at leas
one ton of goo(l legume hay for eacl
cow. This will provide 12 poulnd:
per day from Novcmber 15 to May I
& Dry off cows due to calve in Oc
t 1er an(d give them six w.:eks' resI
a bull assneiation or buy
, purebred bull whieh cmes fror
high producilg anc(e.stry.
Cull the non-producers and th
S Do not force the pullets into hear2
lelin until they are ma1ture.
[ (can up the huuse m'.id yard..
Wadtch flut for~tL' disase in the flock
Nciyytrdai ha ol:
mebyp~kig i from h:mt Vb
LP ftart thle Ifall ch-an?1ing of1 bmens
stables. *trainm~ its, etc., to rid tin
Sireist 5 (of rats.
P re larue for fu miga tion of corn t
preve'(nt the e'rrn weevils from d~e
st roying storwed grain.
Trc~at smiall am<ii.lunts of valuabhl
~seed by heat method instead of funm
jigation to precvenlt wveevils,
I HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS
IDE OLE OMAN MOPPED
U tP WlD ME D5 MAAwVNIN'
SEN DEN SAY SHlE TH')
Wib ME , EN AR1LL TELL
D E woRL' AR SuT'NV
2 LOOKS LAKC AKS THU)
l pyr ght, 1920 by McClure Ngspapet Syndtiece
The an wvho 'an drink it<
Ieave it alone:" is leavi *g it alon
cow. thank you.
A "WONDERFUL TIdlE*
lie ILI late for dinuer nad Is Dawled
1le waits for hI wife to finish ho
lie stuirts for tle theaiter thirty min.
le gets cauglit iI a subway J11m and
loses fifteen liniuittes Inure.
lie gets to the 1ltater taid fis they
have saved the wrong seats.
lie doesn't like the show and argues
with his wife.
Ilk, goes to a Jm.z Joilut ind gets a
lic walts lin hour for $1 worth of
fooui whichi vosts $1O.
lie lmws his hat check aimi has to
identify himnself .( lhe ollice.
lie gets pit ot just when lie is be
giniinhI41; to enijoy hiinisll'f.
liv giets oit On Ilie street and finds
the 1ift8 aI iire 1ll out.
lie g"ets inito te sublwiay and fibds it
Is tid up 11.
lit- et.s Captaini Kidd, Jr., to drIvo
hiim imt Inl a taxi.
lie wlkes lip A neighbor and borrows
the $3 for tilie Iaxi fare.
Ile goes shivering to his apurtinent
and finds the stenan otT.
I1to gets up In tilie morning with a
ilu says: "Never agaiin."
11o does it all over agaii that very
And thit's his iden of a "wonderful
thne."-New York Mall.
BITS OF WISDOM
ihuise into your faih forcefuiless.
Nl' true to sel1f-anil most people
will lie true to you.
IA-rehllnce is useless unless you
hn'e ititle yoirself reliable.
Tro :o forwar i is importaIt. To go
traighnt is imlore importalt.
Plowt.> comes froml nilitly lintelil
gently and lersi stenilt ly appiilled.
A wel l-formned ltfe is of more mo.0
- linet 11han thet best-formei statu111 ever
A niton Is 1: rivy-- u
h your ntives, yo'urm pirinciples.
VtUih 'n e erytihi ig - i'very thini .- ev
erythIi:ne ene s ugn~ ist you iii;II yiiu
Den all s' .litush'. See I your ir oa
AXlOMS' CF TODAY
y-on hav th .sme aountin
The sort u! todo~n you
hei i o re o v naisly t
ersevrnne is ersitenc
Jinl progress;~ ilbstitey is per
sa.'lencuy in puanlysis.
- -Mound;sy-I1t is ruomored.
-u.wdily-lt Is zeuiernhly helieved.
-- -nesdazy-t Is slIdi i wl ll-n
-- 'i iny*~- -It IS iiitiiatlly aidmlI wd,
-SaiI tirday-- i is detht Iely un-1
- Sam'n Il is lha Ily h-niI.Nw
Whatt you engerly wIsh fo r will bt
likely. to *n t you.
W is in niland oft hnoy. wpihi't look
lng ait thei load hngninI tn. your wish
wi il e- tot pas5.
.' heevr you wvish a good thing fo
-- steieody -l4. n hh'ssin~gt wvii eomne t
)ar you ;' au ifC youi w:hdi eril to somel on
e, elMe it will .i.'el reboniti 11pOnl goi
Wishes are ltke boomnerangs.
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C.
1. F. Martin, Sam B. Craig
E. M. Blythe 0. C. Keith
Greenville, S C Pickens, S C
Martin, Blythe, Craig & Keith
Pickens, South Carolina
Practice in State and Federi Courts
Pickens Office Phone 39
J. R. Mlartin J. 11. Earle
Greenville. S. C. Piekens, S. C.
MARTIN & EARLE
Pratieme in all Courts.
Pickens Olice in Court louse.
Greenvile Olice ,ppoite PCstoficC
G. Gs. CIIISTOPHER
Pratie.e in all Courts.
Office over Pickenr Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
F. C, Burnett, Main S
La-rge Stock of F-ixtures (n Hland.
th 'fllwi: __rit- __:
- orn -a, p /, in
LRe ster, sf-sitarter and lidn
* h s i , l i - -
ring CA i u-at ho+. or i
.(huri, ~~ Sheriff, Sale.man
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farms In Pickens,
Oconee and Greenville counties. City
in operty, G cenville, Easley and
R. E'. BRUCE, Pickens, S. C.
Office Cver Keowee Bank.
Ciptaln Paul A.
Editor of Field
a nd Stre a m
says: "The first
gou n I ever
ought was an
Ithaca. It Is
Just as strong
and shoots just
as hard as it
did when I
was a boy."t
Double guns for
alamo $37.50 up.
31i n glie barrel
trap guns $75up.
treet, Pickens. S.C.
, , l A I NG(- x
Elstimnates Furnished Free.
R SAL-CAR R.
CmoniJtale rc is -------5 16.7 1*
- 460.55 .
unta~le rims-- ...-- 490.:16
tale, rims,-----. - - .-.. 448.92
- - G159.10
-----------. 720.53 *
800O f. . b. Detoit.
md Iinucoln D)ealer.: