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Running. Will make more beans to amount of land than
any other you can plant. A little work to stick them, but
it will pay you.
15c a pint; 25c a quart
PICKENS DRUG COMPANY
The Rexall Store
J. N. IIALLUM, Prop. & Mgr.
Phone No. 8
Time to Buy
M ADE in three yk s to meet the requirements
of evety car owtncr-the all Grey, the Black
tread with grey side walls, and the famous Red
Top (nane registered) Tire de Luxe. Users of these
tires know by ac tlI road experience that there isn't
any greater dollar-for-dollar tire valuc anywhere.
I Wh en yoi pai more than Fisk prices you
pay fr sorndhing thal docs not exist."
. Fisk Tires For Sale By
GUY McFALL, Pickens
-God Gave You Health. Thank
liim For It. Go to Church.
UME pecople nev'er think of God until a loved
one is ill or a great trouble besets them.
Tfhen they seek the SOLACE OF RELI
GlON. A elergyman is called in, and
prayers are said at the bedside for the loved
X~tm one's recoverv. God is MERCIFUL, and
ofttimnes these praye.rs are answeredl, andt
the ]o~ed one recovers.
IT IS NOT FAIR TO GOD, HOWEVER,
TO ASK HIM TO REMEMBER YOU WHEN
SYOU HAVE FORGOTTEN HIM. WHEN EV
ERYTHING IS GOING ALONG SMOOTHLY
I AND THE WORLD LOOKS BRIGHT SOME
MEN FORGET THERE IS A GOD. THEY
NEVER GO TO CHURCH. WHILE THEY WILL RESENT THE
CHARGE THAT THEY WOULD OPENLY OFFEND GOD, THEY
OFFEND HIM DEEPLY BY NOT GOING TO CHURCH. THE SUC
CESSFUL MAN SHOULD GO TO CHURCH TO THANK GOD FOR
-HIS WORLDLY GIFTS. THE SUPREME BEING GAVE HIM ALL
HE HAS--LIFE, HEALTH, HAPPINESS-AND HE SHOULD THANK
HIM FOR THEM.
Tham to te GU. TO QU . R( 11i movc eent, there has been
a religiou aein C g m'er the land. R ELIlO )N N EVER WAS
'DEAI). All hat at requiired wats a stitilus, anid that stimulus
was provided by thei GOU '.' (CH.(.RO11 eampjaign. it shlould not
be necessary to urge IIIen to (GO TOY CHIURCH. There isn't ant
argument that. can be advanced by any miani who believes in Gsod
in favor of staying awaly from church. Take away thle churches
and you will have a condition bordering ont anarchy.
The man who GOE8 TO CHURCH is prpae to MEET
ANY CRISJS, moral, ph1'vsical or finaincial. His faith in a Su
'~ 'premne Being sustains himi in the most. severe trials.
JOIN THE GO To CH1'URCH THRIONG N EXT SUNDAY.
TO YO Who have becen borrowing your neigh
bor's copy of The tBentinol every week~
Sdon't you think It would be better for youj to subscribe for thE
paer o it would reach you every week? Your neighbor doesn'I
lieit-we know because some of them told us so. Come on *and
'subscribe this week. We'll bev deal to have you.
"My Country 'Tie of The% weet Land
Mrs. Bailey Robinson is visiting rela
tives in Greenville.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gantt, of Liberty,
spent Sunday with Mrs. J. M. Gantt in
Mr. William Kendrick of Taylors is
the guest of his uncle, J. T. Taylor,
Mrs. H. A. Richey and Miss Blanche
LaBoon are visiting Mrs. Olga Goodwin
in Rock Hill.
Mrs. B. Lewis of Easley spent last
week-end with her daughter,NMrs. .1. .
Boggs. in Pickens.
Misses Lorena Taylor and Patti Major
are at home again after a pleasant vis
it to Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Swittenburg
The Pickens chapter U. ). C. will
hold its next meeting with Mrs. .1. At,
Welborn Friday afternoon of this week
at .1 o'clock.
Mr. Will Nabors, a good man of the
0olenoy section, had the misfortune to
get his leg broken while hewing cross
Mrs. Butler Grillin, of the oolenoy
section, while going to the spring for 1
bucket of water one day last week. fell
and broke a bone in her face.
About the most attractive little tots
at the old soldiers' reunion here Satur
day were Mildred and Lillian and Lucille
and Leland, double itwins of Mr. and
Mrs. Claud Cook of Catecechee.
N. T. Martin, formerly of Pickens
county, died at his home in Greenville
last Thursday morning, aged 74 years.
lie was a brother-in-law of Mrs. R. A. 3
Hester of near Pickens and lived at Cen
tral many years ago. lie was a Con
Mr. Elija Carson and Miss Buna John
son were married Thursday, May 24.
Mr. Carson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Carson of Central, while Miss John
son is a daughter of Rev. L. W. John
son, the pastor of the Methodist church
at Orr mill, Anderson.
J. 1). Vickery, newly appointed rural
carrier on Pickens route 6, which goes
out from Pumpkintown, was in Pickens
Monday on business. Mr. Vickery was
principal of Praters school the past ses
sion, Hie will make a worthy successor
to Hery Jone's as R. F, D. carrier on
One of our professional men recently
lost a bunch of keys, wvhich loss he im
p~arted to his intimates, with 9.he threat
that he would advertise the loss in The
Sentinel. And forthwith the keys were
delivered to the loser. Which shows
that it pays to advertise in The Senti
nel, or even threaten to.
Rev. Jlohn T. Mann will preach the
fourth Sunday in June at the following
churches: Concord at 11 o'clock; Six
Mile at 3 p. in., and at Praters at 8 p.
mn. Prof. R. M. Bolding wvill also be
present at each meeting and lead the
singing. All singers are especially in
vited to attend and bring their books.
Any one needing tin cans for canning
purposes should communicate with T. A.
Bowen, Pickens, who has made arrange
ments through the department of agri
culture to get a carload of three-pound
cans for Pickens county citizens. See
him at once as they will be sold fast,
the supply being limited.
Mrs. J1. P. Carey, Jr., most delight
fully entertained the Entre Nous club
last Wednesday ."afternoon. Delicious
iced tea and sandwiches were served.
It was decided at this meeting that the
ladies of Pickens form a Red Cross so
ciety and a mass meeting to that effect
will be held at the court house Wednes
James A. Brown and his attractive
daughter, Miss Jlulia, from near P~elzer,
formerly of the Griffln section of this
county, spent from Saturday until Mon
day with his brother, Sheriff H. Brown
of near Pickens, and other relatives and
friends. Mr. Brown says crops are
very good in his section and the farmers
have planted an abundance of food
Lorn, the nine-year old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar T. Catrell, died at the
home of his parents in Greenville Tues
day afternoon, May 29. -His body was
brought to Liberty and laid to rest In
the Ruhamash cemetery Wednesday a&
ternoon. Hie is survived by his father
and mnothier, two brothers and one sis
ter. Mr., and Mrs. Cantrell are well
known'.t'$its county and llave n
friend? Mw3 relatives who .yminatak~e
with than'nih theIr sorrow
WA R f0 N D St
What They Are
Liberty War Bonds are issued by the United. States
Government for the purpose of financing the war in behalf
of Liberty and Humanity.
The Bonds will be dated June 15, 1917, and will not be
redeemed before June 15, 1932, or after June 15, 1947.
They will bear interest at the yearly rate of 3 1-2 per cent
payable every six months, and will be exchanged for bonds
bearing a higher rate of interest should any following issue
z.arry a higher rate.
Liberty War Bonds are issued in two classes-Bearer
Bonds and Registered Bonds.' Bearer Bonds, which are
ssued in denominations of $50, $100,$500 and $1,000, have
nterested coupons attached which will be accepted by any
>ank when the interest has been earned. The interest on
RZegistered Bonds will be paid by the Goyernment by direct
.heck to the owner.
When due, both the principal and interest will be pav
ible in United States gold coin of the present standard of
ralue, and neither the principal nor interest will be subject
;o income tax.
Liberty War Bonds will be issued either to the pur
thaser or in favor of -anyone the buyer may at any time
Why You Should Buy Them
The purchase of Liberty War Bonds is the surest way of doing your part to end the
war quickly and honorably. With the money obtained through them your Government
will equip our own army and navy, furnish supplies to our Allies who for three years
have been heroically fighting our battles.
Without money men are useless, supplies are unobtainable, the war a lost cause.
Liberty War Bonds thefore furnish a form of highest patriotism-for ALL.
If you are not going to war yourself, buy Liberty War Bonds to equip someone
else who is going.
If you're sending your son, buy Liberty War Bonds to support him.
If you hwave no son to send, buy Liberty War Bonds to help the other man's son.
If you want to end the war speedily, buy Liberty War Bonds to help push it to
If you're foreign born, buy Liberty War Bonds and prove your loyalty beyond a
If your income is large, buy Liberty War Bonds because they are free from income
If your income is small, buy Liberty War Bonds because they afford the safest
security and the surest interest for your savings.
Above all, if you appreciate the liberty that your country gives to you and yours,
if you believe it worth while that these United States shall continue to exist in honor
and in peace, you should at least lend your money to that cause as freely as others are
dedicating their lives!
Where to Buy Them
Subscription blanks for Liberty War Bonds and full information will be cheerfully
furnished to you when you inquire at the Liberty War Bond Window in any of the
PICKE NS BANK
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ASK YOUR BANK'