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PICK ENS, S. C. P U 1, 1 8 11 1 W tEE K L MAY 3. 1917 lintered it Plekeis l'o)stollive tis Sevotid AlnS \laill Muttier. S 1.50 A YEAR, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE GAnY HLIOTT. Manager. Oltuary notiCeS h.141 filouteii of respect of not ofronae hotidred woia winl ie printed free rif charge. All over that riittnb r intist IMe iUid for at the rato of one cent a word. (hIt to accontpatuy llntuacripit. ' irdso'f thesaks puItb. Wheel for otne-half celt i word. Design of button to be (istributed in Soutih Carolina by banks, chambers of coiierce, business; firms and others. The badge has been :tdopted by the Sotith Carolina Prepraredness Comnmis sion. Any farmer should he proud to we'ar (on of t bali(5 dges. PiANT somne cotton, too. WAs'ri* not and you will want not. TIits latest thingout Som'e husbands. Som:i inh tre born kickers. So are rules. DowN in Aidersoin they call it the "Star Spangled Bananner. GEN. VON HiNDENnURG seNII eems to be a retiring sort 'f fellow, after all. ARDENS were planted this year by 1:eople who never lanitted one before. Now that we've got likker down to a quart a month, let's cut cut coffee down to,) a cup a (lay. A .ADY writes us to know what she canl us, to clean carpets. Might try friend husband. Till. (ermans could go a long way to wards redeeming themselves if -.,bny would subnarine the price of flour. WAR seems to be pretty much of a honb business. 'Pronounced "bum." So1t1)IEss fight in Champagne. - head line. That's the stuff which has i'aised many a fight, and they were not all soldiers, either. lN these times of high cost. of soap barbers should save half their soap by leaving off the lather they usually put in the customer's mouth and nose. PICKENS county has already begun to feed Spartanburg. Mr. Wood, a trav eling salesman from Spartanburg, was in Pickens last week buying hams. T old-time ploet wrote "Love makes the world go 'round." People have later discovered that La small amount of cheap likker will produce the same efifect. CULlrIVATE c'orn-but not the liquid Viaty.-aYney Ledger. \Ve have cultivated one on each of our little tosit, antd we believe they are worse than the liquid variety. ONE of the most pa the tie little features of these high price of corn days is the fellowv wvho expected to shift over to coim bread wvhen flour got to twelve dollars a barrel. Fioun is selling at $ 5.50 a b'arrel and still rising, and the price of oa f breadI has juhmpedl to ten cents a loaf, Isn't it about time for that government regu lation board to get busy? IF. Harold Booker will furnish the cornbread and buttermilk we will agree to .furnish the beans anud onions and wveill go in together and have one more square meal, anywvay. What say you, Harold? Is' we ever got to feeling "chesty' wve hope something will cause us to re member that Editor Wallace of the Newberry Observer called us a nmoun tain galoot, Editor DoCamp of the Galf' ney Ledger said we were the slickest tongued rascal unhung, and Editor Me Kisaick of the Greenvill'e News referred to our poetry as pathetic. Oun WEEKLY RIDDLE. -Why is a watch like a river? Because it doesn't run long withott WvindIing.________ WE are Wishing To go Fishing. The Beauty Secret. Ladies desire that in - sidtible charm--a good complexion. Of course they do not wish others - to know a beautifier has been used so they buy a bottle of Magnolia Balm LIQUID FACE POWDER .nd use according to simple diredions. Improve we, w cooling and4 <,fnei noticed at once. Soothin Ia.oinad reraIng. Heals Sunburn, otope fn Pink. White. Rose-Red. 75c. at 'Druggists or 6V mall dintc. Sample (either color) for 2c. Stamp. Lyon Mfg. Co.. 40 South Fifth St.. Brooklyn, N.Y. A BUDDING spring poet went into the Greenville News oflice recently and says to Editor Ition McKissick, "I have a nice little poem here -just the thing for your paper." "Sorry," says Me, "we are full just now, but-" "Well, then,' says the b. s. p., going out the door, "I'll call again when you're sober." RI.MIEMaiN when you used to pull your boiled shirts over your head?-Buffalo News. And hooked on your bow tie at the back of your celuloid collar?- -Pitts burgh Post. And went out buggy rid ing Sunday afternoons?-Boston Globe. And bought three pounds of pork for a (quarter?--New York Mail. And wore 1 a fancy vest with nearly every color of the rainbow? - Spartanburg Journal. And twisted knots in your socks to keep 'em up?-Aiken Journal. And bought strawberry milkshake for a nickel a glass? WITH THE BRETHREN Making Fun of Us? Gaffney Ledger. Even an old fossil couldn't read Gary Hiott's Pickens Sentinel without crack ing a smile. How Was That? Seneca Farm and Factory. Has anyone ever found out what Rep resentative Hughs of Oconee county did with that quart of Haig and Haig there was so much rucus about?-Piekens Sentinel. H1e done his'n like we done ourn. Come Over and Cheer Up Spartanburg Journal. Sometimes we get a little despondent and wish that we lived in Pickens coun ty, where they don't know anything abdut the war, etc. We Are Forgiven Neewberry Herald and News. But, now, honest, Brother Aull; didn't what you said about Ed4 DeCamp look like cussin'?-Pickens Sentinel. Well, now, maybe so. And we forgive you. The infernal Journal Anderson Daily Mail. Gary Hiott is going to get mad and say something mean if the Spar t anburg Journal doesn't quit picking on Pic~kens. Behold, I Have Played the Fool! Yes, these are hard times! We throw away ashes and buy soap. WVe raise dogs and buy hogs. We grow weeds and buy vegetables and brooms. We catch fish with a $1 rod. And at last we send our boys out with a $40 gun and a $19 dog to hunt ten-cent game. -Ar kansas Picayune.' Yes, and we mortgage our homes to buy automobiles, and go head over heels in debt to keel) up with the JIoneses. Commerce News, You may subscribe for The Sentinel eight months for a dollar. hav - You and Buy half wou. MR organd - ORER M"OIR at t - ' sold The Luzianne Guarantee: bac if, after using the contents misi of a can, you are not satisfied ---. in ever9 respect, your gro cer will re fund your money. prof 'The Reilyv<tayor Cc Trustee's Sale . Pursuant to resolutions passed at a it ineeting of the directors and stock holders of the Pickens Oil Mill Co., he'd :)n the 30th day of March, 1917, we, as trustees of said Company, will sell to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the court house door, on SALESDAY IN MAY, 1917, the same being the 7th day of May, L917, during the usual hours of sale, the plant of the Pickens Oil Mill Co., con isting of machinery, buildings and real ,state. At such public sale the bid of no 'bid ier shall be considered except such as uiall deposit before the sale with the P)resident of said Company a certified ,heck of $1000 as guarantee of good faith. J. McD. BRUCE, R. E. BRUCE, I. M. MAULDIN, W. F. MAULDIN, L. N. GEER, J. S. WILSON, B. T. MCDANIEL, Viarch 30, 1917. Trustees Iotice of Final Settlement and Discharge Notice is hereby given 'that I will 'nake application to J. B. Newberry, Esq,, Judge of Probate for Pickens ,ounty, in the state of South Carolina, )n the 17th day of May, 1917, at, L1 o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon 'hereafter as said application can be weard, for leave to make final settle nent of the estate of M. M. Holder, de eased, and obtain discharge as admin stratrix of said estate. 1 MARY M. HOLDER, Administratrix. Citation State of South Carolina, County of Pickens. By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge: Whereas, L. C. Hart made suit to me to grant him letters of administra tion of the estate and effects of James L. Barrett. These are, therefore, to cite and ad monish all and singular the kindred and ereditors of the said James L. Bar rett, deceased, that they be and appear before me, in the court of Pro bate, to be held at Pickens, S. C., on the 11th day of May, 1917, next after publication hereof, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any they have, why said administration should not be granted. Given under my hand and seal this 24th day of April, Anno Domini, 1917. J. B. NEWBERY, (Seal) 52 J. P.P.C. Notice to Increase Capital Stock Pursuant to a resolution passed at a recent meeting of the Directors of the Norris Cotton Mills Company, a meet ing of the Stockholders of the Norris Cotton Mills Company is hereby called to meet at the Company's office, Ca teechee, S. C., at 10 o'clock a. m., May 31st, 1917, for the purpose of voting upon the proposition to increase the Capital Stock of the Company from Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand ($250,000.00) Dollars to Three Hundred and Twelve Thousand Five Hundred ($312,,500.00) Dollars. NORRIS COTTON MILLS Co. T. M. Nonnis, Pres. and Treas. Cateechee, S. C. April 30, 1917. 3 Notice to Debtors and Creditors All perstons holding claims against the estate of the late V.A. Watkins must present the same, duly proven, on or before the 10th (lay of J1une, 1917, or be debarred payment; and all per sons indebted to said estate must make payment on or before the above date to the undeirsigned. MRs. W. A. WATKINS, H. I,. WATKINS, 7 Executors. Notice of Election Whereas, a petition from the free holders and electors of Garvin School District No. 24 has been filed with the County Board of Education asking that an election be held to determine whether an additional levy of 1 1-2 mills shall be levied on saidl district for school pur poses Therefore, it is orderedl that the trus tees of the above-named district do hold an election in said district on the 19th (lay of May, 1917, at the school house. Trho trustees are hereby appointed man agers, the election to be0 conducted in accordlance with section 1742 of the gen erail statutes. By order of the County Board of Ed ucation. R. T. HALLUM, Secy. and Chairman. Vo to One in CQuality end Quantity es, Ma'am; and you don't a to take it for granted, either. can prove the first by taste, the second by arithmetic. a can of Luzianne. Use the quantity you ordinarily Lid. If it doesn't go farther taste better than other Coffee he price, tell the man who it to you and he'll give you k your money. Make no ake, Luzianne is great coffee. xceeding great. Ask for it-sharing catalog. UNEcoffee mpany, .New Orleans N EW. S' DRESS The season is right here for New Spring Goods, and we are well supplied to fill your wants, and the - best of all is we are happy to say that we can sell you our entire line at Dractically the same prices as last season, notwith standing the big advance in prices on all dry goods, and the reason of this is, we bought a large part of our stock last fall. 4 We can show you as pretty a line of D Dress and Apron Ginghams, every yard guaranteed to be fast colors, at 12'c yard A large stock of 'Percales, Lawns, Muslins, Voils, Gabardines and Poplins at exactly the same price as last sea son. We believe we can show you the prettiest line of White Goods in Pickens County. White Voils, Flaxons, Lyke Yours tr FOLGER, THO) 4 . Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Gent's I Sole Agents for Walk-Over and Queen QIluality 4 King Stoves, Chase City Buggies, Mlitchell WAa 4 ick Patterns. TO YO don't you think it paper. no it would like it-we know L subscribe this weel E"~ Na "lm& "a n I I" E LATEST STORE P Below we wish to quote y Special Bargains we will ha will pay you to come and lo< your wants for at once and: prices are much lower toda; be later: Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Department laadiets' Silk Waists. $1.50 value. Special, 98c. 91.50 value. Special, 98c. Ladies,' White Skirts. Gabardine and MidJdy T will, $1.50 to $2 0(0 value. Ladies H-ous(e Dresses. made of goodl value. Special, 98c. Men's and Boys' Clothing A full line of Meni's Suits, $6.50 to '$15.00. We sell the best All Wool Blue Setrge Men's Suits for $10.00. Come mn and see this suit. We helieve you w ill find it equal to anything you have seen at 912.50; and renmentber. our pr ice is only $10.000. A full line( ofi Boys' Suits in Ser ges and1 Wor steds, sizeS 5 to 20 years. PrIice(l '$2.50 t o "10.50. Edwin L The Store That's Easley, pR 'f lN a 0 ti D ions, and 1tistes for waists and dress 38, and a big lineof White Piques and Jabardines for'skirts. When in our store don't fail to see >ur RemnAnt. Table, for you will al ways find 1s6the -dry goods in short. lengths that we are closing out at less bhan half price. On this. tbis table now you will find some wash sflks worth 50c which we are offerinj at 25c yard And a sm'all'lot of' French Ginghams, worth 35c yard, Wve are offering at 20c yard The warm weather we are haying will causea big demand for light sum mer goods; -so come early before the best of our stock is gone. uly, :?NLEY& 00 Furnishing Goods a Specialty Shoes, New H ome Sewing Machines, Iron gons, Carhart Overalls. Call for Butter- + Who have been borrowing your neigh bor's copy of The Sentinel every week; would be better for you to subscribe for the reach you every week? Your neighbor doesn't. ecause.sone of it hem tol( us so. Come on and r. We'll'Jhw A,-1 to have you. M-INI R~ Cm. C. . =u~I I CI Cm Cm CLA..in EWS FROM BOTS rou a few prices on some ye on sale this week. It )k them over and supply i future use, as we believe y than they can possibly Our Millinery Department Is Complete With every thing -that's new in Ladies' HedIwP; r. We are showing a full line of ladlies' medium price Hats, ranging in price from .$1.00) up as high as you wvant to go. Be sure and visit this de 1)artmeunt --up stairs. Shoes and Oxfords . We have good news from this de Un rtmient. We bought our spring Shoes before the advance in price and have marked them) at old prices. You will only find a fe w numbers with advanced price. X ou, witl find here the most com-. plete line of Shoes and Oxfords to be found in this part of the country. You wvill find our Shloe: Department a) store within itjelf. Dry Goods Department* Here you will find anything in the sloth line from th'e finest silks to the :heapest calico. You will also find the >rices very reasonable. Come and see. We shall be glad to show you wvhether >r not you may wish to buy. ut& Co.| Always Busy S. C. t'