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iARY 4, 1915.
ens Postote as SecondC
Per Year in Advance
and -Th Progressi'
Year each, both br $1.A
Y HIOTT, MANAGER
s not responsible for
of its correspondents.
sap is rising.
is an inch, but a chinch a
new paper money is not c
it is also scarcer.
an dropped dead the ot
he heard his mother-in
t has become of those old-ff
newspapers that urged its reac
Y:t&4uy a bale of cotton?
E-vidently those Russians enjoysh4
inTirkc as most
" iJo shootingc .
The Columbia State says the b
1-kAmerican has been "shocke
We.are still "from Missouri."
if a lunch is dinner, and luncheoi
S. -per, as has been explained, what
i ceisis a luncheonette? A handc
Ssome departments of the teleph
,jpany may be a little on the bi
but the collection department is "ri
1.4s superfluous for the generalh
tonish the troops to "keep co
w 'e the trenches are filled with
The rkville Enquirer calhsi the stal
mtrhod of taxation "unscientific
_C1 "On." Kind of an amateur stro
'me one had slipped a bad egg
- &.-genator Burton perhaps that s
'iwhere it belongs. Rev. Bill:
German government is said to
.on iron as well as copper. It c
does take a lot of metal to ti
of Work" is the head
to a lmn-long editorial in the And
son Mail. Give us some of the glo
p~ ease; we know all about work.
ashame to waste perfectlyg<
e.ggon such rot as those fiibusteri
senators are giving out in an effort
a the ship purchase bill to death.
~'sdispatches tell us that a Chici
-, ~2sentncedfor-life a man who i
-two fhams. And there are m<
allegro of The State, according
he~ insiutione 'f 'h 'n- -r
?howl has been raised in Chica;
aeountcf cruelty to hens" "observ
EgI~encer of Anderson. It's:
h-gt Brtntier Smoak, as long as th
o pester our chicken.,
eflin of Alabama,i
c onIQgress the other day, i
dictec that ce two would be sold "in
winte of 1915 around20 cents a poun
WeIk M+-. Hef'in, isn't this the wir
To -nie' garibler character witnes
3 e eais, n reference to the
tvi4~ion of the American ministe
h~e San-Dominican republic, speak~
Bald Jack'' Rose's testimony in
n.rister'.bIehalf. Which should be
*talk was cheap? The trE
ta tglephone service, wi
ioera'iin about Marci
42.70 for a three--minute I
evYork to San Franicisco,
each additional'minute. 1
:ncanean who says he has b
- erica only two months says
- tknow what is best for thisceo
Then don't tell us what;
e ouldle best for us, MonsiE
W e spell-binders of our own,
b wwhat is good for us.
-h. om heaa to tau, ano w a s
. alng each side of its body." I
4 inat is the very syne
w-.4tdescribes as ing an<
- e - '. mstle.
noted for its way of nr
justice to convicted cr
ere is always a chance
-A negro was e
heinous crime in that st
..the judge sentenced
r life and added ten m
1heswan1tedi to make s
, live forever, and tl
ames M. Sheean, a railr
s locomotive engineers
as much pay for their s
verage run of govern
of the union. Maybe
e, and have been, so
have read abouttha
alf as much to st
as is-th .-sect
Oratorical and Ath
letic Meet in Apri
A meeting of the principals o
Pickens county was recentl:
held in the Easley high schoc
building for the purpose of at
ranging for the oratorlcal an<
athletic contests to be held i1
the spring. Officers for the en
suing year were elected as fol
lows: Walter W. Benson, Eas
ley, president; F. V. Clayton
Roanoke, vice-president; W. 8
Richbourg, Liberty, secretar
and treasurer. Roanoke hig]
school was admitted to the as
sociation. This makes the 7t]
school to enter the association
It was decided to have the boys
oratorical contest on Fridai
evening, April 2d, in the Easle7
school auditorium, and the ath
letic meet at the Easley mil
park on Satuiday, -April 3rd
The girls' contest will be held a
Liberty on Friday evening
Pickens county is one of th
first, if not the first county, t
give the girls a contest of thi
kind. The first contest wa
held last year and there wa
quite a little enthusiasm mani
fested. All these contests do a
immense amount of good i
training the boys and girls o
the schools. No one can ente
any of the contests unless he o
she has the average in scholar
ship and conduct required as,,
pass mark in the school.
The following schools are ii
the Pickens county association
Liberty, W. S. Richbourg, prin
cipal; Dacusville, E. B. Crain
principal; Pickens, W. M.. Mel
ton, principal; Central, J. W
Wallace. principal; Six Mili
Academy, F. W. Mitchell, prin
cipal; Roanoke, F. V. Clayton
principal; Easley, Walter W
Last year Pickens won firs
place in the athletic meet. Mr
Roy Ellison, of Easley, wor
first place in the boys' contes1
and Miss Lidie Thornton, ol
Easley, won first place in th(
Mr. Jesse A. Hendricks - die
at his home near Mica, i E
upper section of the county, on
Sunday evening last from hear
affection. He was 35 years of
age and is survived by his wife,
who was a Miss Mull, and fivE
children, the eldest about six
een years of age. His.other,
Mrs. Millie E~endricks, a sister,
Miss May. and two brothers, F.,
. and Crocket Hendricks, re
side in Easley. Mrs. John An
thony, of near Easley, and Miss
Eva Hendricks, now of Phila
elphia, Pa., are also sisters.
The funeral and interment took
place at Mt. Tabor church on
the 26th instant.
Mr. J. L. Sarratt died at his
orne at Glenwood mill village
ast Thursday morning from
rights disease. Age 44 years.
e is sure ved by his wife, who
T'he rem ' wer
~1Z~ ~cemetery, Rev. J
d-K~1er conducting the funera
ervices. The bereaved famil'
have the sympathy of the com~
munity in this hour of sorrow
Mrs. Elizabeth Garrett, wif
of the late T. P. Garrett, of thi
county, died at the home of he
son, L. T. Garrett, of nea
Pelzer, on the 19th inst., fron
pneumonia,. Age 74 years. Sh
was a useful and consisten
member of the Six Mile Baptis
church for about fifty years
She is survived by six children
three sons and three daughters
all grown. W. R. A. Garrett
of Easley, is a son. The remain
were buried on the 21st instan
in Six Mile church cemeters
Rev. W. C. Seaborn conductini
the services. She was a goo
woman and has gone to her r
ward.- Easley Progress.
From Rev. M. L. Jones
Mr. Editor: Please have m:
sincere thanks for this privileg
of speaking to the good peopi
of my native state thru you
most highly valued paper, Thi
Well, I am back at horn
again and started in the busi
ness for 1915, a year in whic1
we are expecting the war tV
cease, and peace on earth, gooi
will to men will be the topic il
every neighborhood, and soul
may be sayeal instead of lost
What a pity is war. It ough
not to be.
Such a panic makes it hari
for one chicken to scratch fo
itself as'we are still trying it. W
don't see how a man with
'family is to keep out of debt an
~keep plenty to live on. Th
good Lord is hearing the cry o:
many today that would pay bu
can't. The Lord has alway;
helped in times of trouble.
If any one of you will corn
over you will find me at born
or at work.
A happy new year to all.
M, L. JONEs.
Penrose, N. C., Jan. 29.
We offer One-Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh thai
cannot be cured by Han's Catarri
F. 3. CHENEY & CO., Toled,, 0.
Wch e undersiged , 1e ~n .)
him perfect honorable insalnl busites
tactions financially abl toc
Hal's Catarrh Cure
sen re orfe'
Newspaper Forded to the Wall
The last few months have been peril
ous ones for many businesses, newspa
pers especially, and many of them have
been in dire straits.
ass Among the newspapers in this state
which failed to weather the storm was
the Newberry Herald and News, Col.
E. H. Aull, editor, and a mighty good
In a statement made last week Mr.
- Aull said he was sure he could pay all
the indebtedness of his paper if allowed to
continue it, but some of his creditors
would not wait and the plant will be
sold this month.
Mr. Aull gives as one of the chief
n't reasons of his inability to satisfy his
creditors at this time that he has been
a poor collector and that at one time he
nly charged off of his books between twelve
and fifteen thousand dollars of subscrip
tion accounts which his subscribers
her owed him and which was never paid.
law Newspaper men are the only people
in the world who credit anybody and
everybody and it is the credit system
ssh- which keeps a great many of them "in
ers the hole" all the time. At the present
price of paper there is no profit to the
jublishers, and every time a subscriber
*t- fails to pay for past due subscription
ne- the publisher is that much behind.
A newspaper publisher who runs his
paper on the credit plan stands about
ew as much chance of coming out on top as
i." any man who daily wrestles with John
Barleycorn stands of winning.
Col. Aull had been with the Herald
1 is and News about twenty-eight years and
the we can imagine how he feels. to be
ut? pushed out after all these years of labor
for his county.
ne The Sentinel hopes that the future
un, has in store something good for Mr.
We haven't heard of anybody refer
to ring to it this year as the lagislature.
ice The beef packers intimate that beef
steak may be a luxury before long. It
may be a luxury right now, but the
e's kind we have been getting lately should
e- be used for sorniething else.
While we have been giving our means
and time to help relieve the sufferings
m of the Belgians and the vast army of
unemployed at home, it seems that
ire overlooked one of our
- S! the orphan- children of
6 try. The orphan is the
unfortunate we have, and
tnere arc great possibilities for good or
is evil in him if he receives the proper
care and training. If he is reglected
he will probably cost the statiore to
be convict and punish him for 0es than
er- it would cost to give hGnfp;;i1*ain
"r ing. By all means give all you can
afford to give to all unfortunates; but,
nfor the protection of society in general,
"do not neglect the orphans. If they are
er- trained right we will profit thereby; if
3Y theysare allowed to shift for themselves
they will fill our jails and almshouses.
ngUnited Action Is What Counts
"Iron sharpeneth iron; so a man
sharpeneth the countenance of his
Sfriend." So wrote Solomon, the wisest
ad of men, thousands and thousands of
ryears ago; but it is an observation to
which our farming classes in all ages
have given little heed. They have pre
to ferred to work alone, each man f'-" M
~ y contact with others. Solo
2.2saw that you could rub two pieces,
~ ron together and make each pi.
k- arper than it was before; and je
we can bring two men togethe'. for dis
cussion oraction, and gi o th of them
o greater efficienc te a eoe
es So a m thyhd-eoe
i1 of h- sharpeneth the countenance
Make Us Smile
n-a The Spartanburg Herald males fun
ire- of the weekly press and the wkiies
the consider some dailies a jokes-York
iIt may be that some persons buy
m- away from home because home mer
ichants do not seem anxious to sell and
do not tell the people what they have
We Hope So, Too
jch Hope the legislature won't try to
1, regulate every detail of the universe at
a their first session, but will get through
md without unnecessary delay and return
alk home. There will be another session
next year. -Newberry Observer.
mn"Wearing Aprons Now"
rou We take the liberty of pub
ur. lishing the following letter which
md is appreciated and self-explan
Miami. Arizona, Jan. 2.5, 1915.
date ours of recent
'er- daeunder neading, (Wearing
SAprons Now) am enclosing here
ise -.ur check number 630 for
one dollar to- apply on pants,
and for which I- would thank
-you to send me The Pickens
et entinel for one year.
"Regretting that my negligence
*n- has caused the donning of the
ne apron, and with kindest person
.t al regards and best wishes for
um your self, I am,
a- Yours very truly,
are .C. V. LATHAM.
en .Latham has done his part,
but we might get arrested for
)wearing a $1.00 pair of nants
-and we hope some more of our
good subscribers will contribute
olloingi is the article re
;ferred to by Mr. Latham:
eBuy a year's subscription,
te Pay it in advance;
on1 Then your friend, the editor,
Can buy apair of p'
Pickens Route Four
(Too late for last week.)
The health of this communii
is very good with exception
Ray Lynch put in anew phoi
for Mr. W. F. Heidricks on 0
2 thirty -one-hifndred line last Sa
Charley Jones and sister, Mi
Anita, visited their- sister, Mi
W. H. Jones, recently.
Mrs. John Ferguson spent la
7 Saturday and Sunday. with h,
i daughter, Mrs. James Edens.
- R. J. Jones went fishing (
I the 18th and hooked a nice strir
Newtown school is progressir
nicely, with Mr. W. F. He3
dricks as principal.
Messrs. Wade and Tollivi
Powell enlisted in the U.S.arm
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Edens ai
now occupying their new hous
a Mrs. J. D. M. Keith and sc
> Earl spent Saturday with S. 3
3 The Table Rock telephone lir
3 will be repaired at an early dat
- If this escapes the waste ba
1 ket I will let you hear from th
I side again. BrL.
From Rev. Elzie Myers
L We take the liberty of publis]
ing the following appreciat(
i letter from a Methodist preache
Dear Editor: Will you plea4
. publish the enclosed notice i
regard to the Central circuit a]
pointments for 1915?
I do not know you personalli
a but feel as if I knew you, bi
cause I have been reading TI
Sentinel for a year. This is m
second year to work for the ul
building of the part of . Picker
count'- covered by the Centra
circu' '4 I hope it will cou
for something worth while.
From the, reading of yot
paper I know -vhere your hea
is and I wan to join hani
with you to help . "ake this ti
best year in the hiw ry of th
Pastor Central Circo 4.
The Sentinel was glad to p!.
lish the appointments referre
to above, and will be glad t
publish appointments of an:
other pastor in Pickens county
Registrars of Vital Statistics
Last week we published th
names of the gentlemen in thi
county who were recommendet
as township registrars of vita
statistics. Some of those recom~
mended desired not to serve an<
others were appointc~d. Belov
is a list of registrars appointed
in each township . in Picken
Central Township-L.D. Bear
den, Central. -
Dacusville T ho. '- .
asle~y Township-J. A. Rol
Eastatoe T ow n s h i-J. 1
Hurricane Township-P. l\
SDurham, Central, R. F. D. 2.
Pickens T ownship-J.
Sr F. Keith, Pickens, R. F. D. 4.
SSuccess With Creamery
t Few enterprises in South Catr
t lina, public or -private, ha:
-ever enjoyed such rapid growl
as that which the cooperati,
Screamery of Clemson Colle
4 has had in the few months sin
s it began operations. Its i
t fluence is being felt in all par
'of the Piedmont and crea
Sroutes are being called for
Sneighborhood after neighbc
hood, almost faster than tI
three dairy field experts of tl
college can get about to arranj
for and establish the route
State Agent W. W. Long, hi
y expressed the belief that th
e creamery plan will prove to 1
e one of the most popular as we
r as most beneficial steps that i
a government and Clemson Uc
lege have ever taken for tI
e farmers of this state. Ever
.farmer having a surplus
a dairy products, however smal
o should inform himself of ti
3 details of the plan.
s Tribute of Respect
Whereas, Soy. Robert La:
i has sustained a great loss. 1
r the death of his beloved wif
L Whereas, we realize that h
I bereavement is great; therefo
i Resolved, 1st, That Oli
t Camp No. 585, W. 0. W., her
by extend heartfelt symnpath
to our brother in this very dai
a hour, and we would advise hi:
to look to the Great One wI
doeth all things well; and
Resolved, 2nd, That a copy<
this resolution be spread on 01
record book and one sent i
Sovereign Lark and publish<
in the county papers.
S. C. Chapman,
B. N. Glazener,
G. W. Childers,
SLady-I'm afraid you don
l ike work, my good man.
Tramp-How kin I, mun
O ~ork's wot killed my pore wif
Louise Waldrop Dead
As t e shades of the night
spread over the earth envelop
Y ing the earth in darkness, on
Af Monday, the 25th inst, the dark,
winged.Angel of Death came-in
le to the hore of Ar.Ida Waldrop
ie of Easley an4d crfle0 away:the
,t- spirit of Miss Louise, her six
teen. year old daughter, and left
ss the cold tenement of clav, over
s. which the mother, sisters and.
brothers shed tears of sorrow
st and grief.- On Tuesday the
ar 26tb. after brief funeral services
were held, her body was tender
ly laid to rest in the West View
g Death is always sad but when
a young life is snatched away it
ig is doubly sad, but the Father!
who called her makes no mis
,r The family haye the sym-.'
y pathy of a host of friends. H.
e Central Notes
n Ed Wilson. a well known
. young man in Central, became
mentally unbalanced several
e days ago and is yet in a critical
e. condition. Chief of Police Hal
s. combe will leave with him for
is the state hospital in Columbia
Mr. C.'G. Rowland is wearing
a suit of clothes which is a
South Carolina product from
the wool of which it is made to
the. dyeing process. The wool
d came from sheep raised in Cen
r: tral and the cloth was woven by
e Miss Laura Maw, who lives on
n Twelve Mile river. The tailor
ing was done at Clemson Col
lege. It was dyed there also.
Farm and Factory.
y Sell Poultry by Weight
is F. 0. Hare, poultry husband
il man of Clemson College, is
t urging farmers and poultrymen
in South Carolina to sell poultry
ir by weight and not by the piece
t or pair. This, he says, is the
Is only equitable way. Selling
.e fowls by the pair, Mr. Hare says,
.e is usually unfair to either buver
or seller. In several communi
tWAbre hj .j~ vmentI
0 0a --T7P~Teof 0
selling by weight. .1
d Appointments for Central Circuit t(
0 for 1915
1st Sunday-11 . m., Central; 7
3.30 p. n., Gap Hill. 1,
2d Sunday-li a. mn., Larw.1
rence Chapel; 7.30 p. in., Iclissa-J
e queena Mill. r
s 3d Sunday-il a. mn., Central;I
S3.30 p. mn., Gap H iii.
14th Sunday-1i1aim . ,1trahat
3.30 p. in., La re ce Chapel;
S7.30 p. mn., Iss ueena Mill.
~Let everybo y come out to the
Sservices. ELZIE MYERS,
s - Pastor.
No Position to Kick
Tom-Did the old man kick
,when you asked him for his
~Jack-No. I made it a point
to ask him when he was up on
.the step-ladder hanging Christ
r. Porter's Barber Shop
FIRST CLASS BARBER
E.WORK OF ALL KINDS
People living in the country are especi
ally invited to call and have their work
oRAZOR HONING 25 CENTS
r'e Next door to Keowee Pharmacy, Picken
e J. J. McSWATN S A M B. CRAIG
e Greenville, S. C. P'ickenis, S. C.
* McSwain & Craig
iPractice in State and Federal Courts
r- Greenville Office Phone 210
1e Pickens Office Phone 39
Notice to Old Soldiers.
e Drawing pension from the CountyBoard:
dAfter January 1 the board will discon
'tinue paying $3 a month to old soldiers
ie until further notice. Board of County
i Dr. L. L. Jameson
( Phsysician and SurgeonI
Easley, S. C.
Diseases of the Stomach a Specialty
Office over Easley Bank. Res. Phone 135
>yNotice to Pensioners
is I will be in the coust house
ce eyery day in January, 1915, for<
-the purpose of making out ap
re plications for soldiers and wid
e- ows who are not getting pen
y sions and wish to apply for same.
k All now drawing pensions will
n continue to draw same without
o further application.
J. B. NEwBERY,
ir O ur Ne i ghb o
o . 1.N L ~'~CT~P
~$~EEDiU& Auo R~t4E
Of Coat Suits
This is no fake sal
rather than carry them,
One lot Coat Suits, in al
One lot Coat Suits, in al
One lot Coat Suits, in al]
These are nearly all nei
this opportunity to buy one
overcoats for men and boys,
the regular price.
Sole Agents for Walk Ove
Machines, Iron King Stoves,
Notice of Bridge to Let
The Board of County Com
aissioners of Pickens a n d
rreenville counties will meet at
he Carson Mill bridge over
aluda river on the 10th day of
'ebruary, 1915, for the purpose
f letting the contract for a new
ridge at that point.
Plans will be made kaWn on
ayf. tt. I i reserved
> rejec anly 1bids.
JAMES B. CRAIG,
Suervisor Pickens County.
When ordering a naddress
~hanged always give old ad
resses as well as new address
Don't forget to read the ad
rertisements this week. It may'
See The Sentinel for Printing
lMOTER GIES OUT,
hat Then?-The Family Suf
fers, the Poor Mothers Suf
fer-Mrs. Becker Meets,
This Distressing Situation.
Collinsville, Ill.-"I suffered from a
nervous break-down and terrible head
aches, and was tired all over, totally
worn out and too discouraged to enjoy
ife, but as Ilhad four in famil'y and
sometimes eight or nine boarders, Ikept
"Isaw mo verid and diecide
to try it, and within two weeks I
moticed a decided improvement in my
mndition and now I am a well woman."
-Ms. ANA BECKER, Collinsville, Ill.
There are hundreds of nervous, run
lown, overworkedwomen in this vicinity
who are hardly able to drag around and,
who we are sure would be wonderfully
benefited by Vinol as Mrs. Becker was.
The reason Vinol is so successful in
building up health and strength in such
esses is because it combines the medici
sal tissue buligand curative elements
f cod's livers toehrwith the blood
making, strengtenn properties ofi
tonic iron. W*ask every weak, ner
vous, run-down man or woman in this
vicinity to try a bottle of Vinol on our
gaatee to return their money if it
'sl to benefit.
Pickens Drug Co., Pickens, S. C.
Free Flower Seed.
Tells You About It
If you are engaged in farming, or
you plant only vegetables or flow
rs, you cannot afford to be without
he big catalogue published fresh and
iew every year by the great South
rn seed house,' H. G. Hastings &
ompany, of Atlanta, Ga., and sent ab
lutely free, postage paid, to all who
rite for it, mentioning the name of
In this catalogue we tell you of a
plendid offer of free flower seed to
11 our customers, five magnificent
rarieties that mean beauty about your
rome and a pleasure to wiyes and
laughters that nothing else can giv'e.
This catalogue tells you, too, about,
>ur big cash prize offer to the Corn
31ub boys of your state. It tells all
hout our fine yielding varieties of
:orn and cotton-the kind we grow on
mr own 3,200 acre farm. It tells
Lout the best seeds of all kinds for
lanting in the South. It should be
n every Southern home. Write to.
Lay and let us send it to you.-H. G.
-ASTINGS & CO., Atlanta, Ga.-Advt.
D N. 'TMOUGA~T1
TMAT WAS A PIL.
or= ANGLE woRMS AM
se~ rr'5 ONLY A.
-- g USTE9~ CAM 0O=
I, ~ SPAGiEmn.
i AI.0u14D AS W4E A3 CVEA WIIE N
manR YvOn AR~ H: o AN4GL&. woRtUM
'HORNLEY & COMPANY'S
Ladies' and Children's Cloaks
, but simply a sale to move these suits and cloaks,
through the summer.
I colors, former price $12.50, . 850
Now going at e_105
[ colors, former price $17.50 to $20,
Now going at
[ colors, former price $20 to $25,
Now going at
v suits, -in perfect condition. If you need a suit don't miss
for about half price. All cloaks for women and chi
and heavy clothing for men and boys, to go at one-thi 6r
, THORNLEY & 00.
, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty
r Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalls, New Home Sewing
Chase City and Babcock Buggies, Mitchell Wagons and
All PEPSI-Cola crowns bearing
the word "Greenville" on inside
under cork disk will be redeemed
Ask the Merchant
There's a great reason why you should
drink PEPSI-Cola. It is healthful.
EVERYTHING which it brings you~is 100
per cent. PURE beniefit and enjoyment. Flavo~r is
deplicious---rare. Effect is wholesome, satisfying
"Thre' PES-a cifrneae"
Gene a skMer hie, Merhant S.
keep nk andSatCallame one is thetls.
GEVER YTrhns whic it brnding yohis cti
te cn PUE beght anwhenjent.lvri
Deiits-manres, Effe i St.holesm, satisfeng
quickwtorefrh th QoNey.S anthrst withkes
tart,frit leahnsv Udrearo.mn omna
childen. e's ra mdfeSrtsne arts
Cofeneral Canercds, Nacorristc . had
Io ihtffr the buyingelf-rilig flotrs
I kel)o hand ma a times ondfh best cotton oand
coto Genel Meandaiet bakie founrti seo
Yo hanl good gsandhnefllin tmasn a atse
wthey fb boght at18cher. lln
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