The, Pickells SAIIfiRO
PICKENS, S. C.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
53.5(1 a Year Invariably in Advanc(
Entered at Pickens, S. C. Postofcee a
Sec'ond ;lass Mai: Matter.
TELL HIM NOW.
If with pleasure you are viewing
Any work a man is doing,
If you like him or love him, tell him
Don't withhold your approbation
Till the parson makrs oration
And he lies with snoWY lilies on his
For no matter holw you shout it,
He won't really care about it,
He won't know how many tear drops
you haive shed;
If you -think some praise is due him,
Now's the time to slip it to him,
For he cannot read his tombstone
when he's dead.
More than fame awd more than
Is the comment, kind and sunny,
And the hearty, warm approval of a
For it give= to life a savor,
And it makes you stronger, braver,
And it giv's you heart and spirit to
If he earl.. yotu' praie , bestow it;
If you lilke him, lot him lnow it;
Let th" word of true encouragement
Do not wait till ife is over
Anal he's nlidii rnath the clover,
For h' caninot, re:l his tombstone
w\hen ht''.: 'h.;a.
PlCKEN TU(~l.T HOYS AT THE.
UNlily...IV 'lTUY OF S. C.
.ank l it h :V - 'i:v if 1ui
('arotlina:, boitht in th"."ir %h-I : - a id i
.\lr. \'\ . ('. .el-inn, .-tm of .\lr. and
All:. .\. t). ' lni, of Stix .\li , i, ton
cidnr- tilt rtheest de0hnters: ;hat
lie \:- 'et nIl; vitoriotlu s in thae 1ig1
1.riande"; tt a:. embrac1:ling-.; the ui.:1
versi',t lis ofI TeVIm1l"e , Flor'ida: aIl
South Carolina. lie was also o
the debaters that conted -d with th
team of the University of New Yoii
City reently. lie and his eolleagu
won the debate by a u nanimous vot
of the judges. 11r. Mann is als
making aln excellent record inl th
law school at the tniviersi(y.
AMr. Ray R. Williams, son of 1r11
and ilrs. Grady WVilliams, of new
Easley, aliso takes a high ran k ini hi.
class and1( is considered one of t h<
most brillianlt students at the Uni
versity. Hie is securing his educa
tion und1(er great handicaps, having
lost tihe sight of both eyes when
popular Pickens county boy, beside.
being a good student at tihe Univer
sity and1( active in all student affairs
is ai member of tihe legislature.
A letter from Dr. Ourrell to th
editor of The Sentinel says: "Pick~
enls county has reason to be proud o
her record at the University and w
hope that she wvill continue to senl
goodl men in increasing 'numbers i
The money inl tihe banks (does n<(
belong to the banks. It is the pC<
ple's money. It is PutL in the bania
for convenience and safety. TIl
banks usC it and the business me11
borrow it. Tile great share of ti
business if the country is done wvit
borrowel money. If tihe peop
withdraw their money the banks can
make loans, and- thle business me10
unable to borrowv, go by tile boar<
This condition of things continue
any great length of time produces
panic, andl then those who hav
* drawn their moniey out of the bank:
andl in reality produced tile panic, wi
fmdo that they are the first to sui'ei
If you have any money you are ne
usinig, putt it inl the banik.
Pay as you go. This is the goldle
advice that will keep tile butsinles
worldl mloving, tile whleels of' inldusttr
from rusting~ out, and( the mloney? wil
surely comel back to yo~u. It shioul
not b3 forgotten that the earthi
round(. Stand tile people10 all in~ lini
and~ thley will reach around, the Ias
touinilg tile first. Now pay youi
neighbotr (in your right the (1ollar1 yoi
owe him, and h~e wil pay his neighboi
onl tile right and so on the dollar wvil
travel untii it will come arouml
again to your' handl from your neigh
bor on the left, Try it. We make
no charge for tihis receipt for thiese
BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICES.
There will lie preaching at Pick
ens Baptist church every, Sunday
night at 8 o'clock, and every Sun
ay morning except the fhrst Sunday.
HOGVLLE LOCAL NEWS..
The citizens of IHogville have
grown panicky over the fact that the
- recent bold weather has probably
. auW ' d the wild grape and peraim
mon crops. 'These wild fruits are
what the people of this section rely
upon. There have been many ru
mlors as to the condition of this fruit,
and. in order to settle the mattr defi
nitely the Hiogville Loafers Club has
appointed Zero Peck and Gape All
01) to investigate and report to the
club in regular sessions daily at the
Bulger Smothers, who cannot write
very good, ordered a pair of suspend
ers with polished buckles from a mail
order house which advertises, "no
goods sent on approval or returned."
le received something he (toes not
know anything about; does not know
if it is even intended to wear. Ile
wrote the order as plainly as h? could
but presumes the one who got it
could not read very well. According
to the advertisement he will iave to
keep it, little use as he has for it.
Zero Peck has had a boil on his
neck for several days and has been
cutting all sorts of capers. A
st r: iner was here yesterday who was
sulering from a cancer which had
eat; n one side of his head ofl. Zero
is nlow behaving' betterl' and seems
thanktutl that le has a boil.
.\ :traiger was in Hlogville this
w -(k sellin a recipe for making paw
paw nie. .\ large number of our
peophe ioul:ht from him, and are now
:i hl l:itv over it, as there will be
:n, .a; ,ws to try it on before fall,
:l! 'hey ear before that time he will
h, -o far gone that they cannot catch
h:m. in1 case it (oes not work amnd
thy -hauld want their money back.
The P''itmaster say:s It who th
not .et. on the watt.r w---orn ot rn'
Iver iby it. The tate( milel wa'2oa
' e(ems to be .:> design -d and14 built
that none ev(e'1 r f'i!! otf.
Hiulb .llttrhers started a few layr
- t 'mtitke a note of 1l1 the tlint..s
in- toul. tin k (I that :n-e :tnn oying
'a himl IuI he :',oln van ()ut of paper.
lie has ine been tryin to think of
somethin piasing to hiimselft, but
h:1s not. succeeded as. ve t. he thinks
probably fldue to the tact that about
the ti oe he beoins to colleet his
thoughts his 'wife (uII in on him
'ThU :\ssistant Constable has put in
a great deal of time the past winter
> and this spring collecting data to be
L used by him in his work in the future.
lie has managed to get the mleasure
of every person's foot in town except
the Postmaster's, who is not supposed
t~o get into any meanness.
.IDag Smith, w~ho has always wvorn
.his ear mutfs both winter and sum
mer, has thrown them in the creels
andl says he never expects to wveai
themi again. Bill Hleliwanger offerec
him a drink a fewv days ago and witi
his muffs on he failed to hear him
He says the booze drinking fratern
,ity is now speaking too easy for a
fellowv to wear ear muffs.
.. SINGING CONVENTION.
e Trhe Piedmont District Singinj
il Convention will be held at Clenmso:
a College on Saturday and Sunday
May 7 and 8. Meet on Saturday a
10 a. m. The convention is compos
ed1 of singers from the followinj
con ties, viz.: Laurens, Spartar
:s burg, Greenville, Anderson, Ocone
Sand Pickens. Each county wvill fut
nish a quartette, and of course eac
e county wvill do0 their best. Suel
hsinging has never beeni heard befor
in that section, and all lovers of sing
n~jg ought to go if p)ossible. Enel
ndi~ivtiuat is exp~ectedl to provideC fo:
their own entertainmient dluing tha
(Iii(etintg. Pickens county feels hon
a oredl in thi sconvention from the fac
ethat Prof. R. M. Bolding is the belov
edl presidlent of the convention.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CRED.
A\hll)personis holding claims agaitnst
ni the estate of the late J1. 1). M. Keith
s mu tst presetnt the same, dluly pro~veni
v on or before the 1st (lay of JIune,
1 192 I, or be dieba rred payment; and1(
Iailt pe(rsonis indlebted to said-' (state
a miust make paymient ont or befor thle
tlabove (tate to T'. J. Keith and G;. M~.
b eith, executors attorney, or to thle
i undtersign ed.
r T. J. Keith,
G. M. Keith,
NEW CORN MILL AT PICKENS.
We have .iust installed a new corn
mill at the Pickens Oil Mill and are
now readty to sorve the p~ublic. Mr.
W.H H.I arbln, an experienced mlleoi
from Seneca, is with us and we can
give you goodl service. We grind
4t Pickenna Oil Mil
TAX BOOKS CLOSE MAY 15.
On and after May J. a penalty of
7 per cent will be added to all un.
paid state and county taxes. r'ho
tax books will close May 15,. after
which ill unpaid taxes will be placed
in the hands of the sheriff- for collec
If you are thinking of buying any
thing in the Jewlery line, it will pay
you to come it and let u3 show you
what we have. We have most grades
of SOUTH BEND, ELGIN, and WAL
T1AM WATCHES, all sizes, :n solid
Gold, Gold filled and nickle cases. A
big line of Braclet Watches just re
ceived. Also a big line of Clocks and
they are beauties. Silver ware in sets
and odd pieces. Cut Glass and China
Anything in Jewiery we have it. Come
in and let us show you over our line.
We are always glad to do so.
Jeweier and Optometrist
EASLEY, S. C.
DR. J. L. AIKEN
Masonic Bldg., Pickens, S. C.
C. L. DEAN
Sgrveyor and Civil Engineer
Seneca, S. C.
Farm Loan Act Decided Constitu
tional. Get a Government Loan.
G. G. CHRISTOPHER
Practice in all Courts.
Office over Pickens Bank.
Pickens, S. C.
J. J. McSwain Sam B. Craig
Greenville, S. C. Pickens, S. C.
McSWAIN & CRAIG
Practice in State and Federal Courts
Pickens Office Phone 39
Expert in the Treatment of
all old-standing Nervous, Blood,
Skin and Pelvic Diseases of
Women and Men.
I Give a $10.00
"606" and "914"
Administered Intravenously for
, Catarrh, Asthma, Pellagra,
Bronchitis, Stomach Troubles,
Neuritis, Rheumatism, Dropsy,
Deafness, Varicocele, Bladder
and Kidney Troubles, Stricture,
Hydrocele, Prostrate Glands,
Piles, Fistula and Male and Fe
male Weakness, High Blood
Pressure and Kidney Disorders.
I I employ in mn? practice all
the latest Imnportedl Serums,
Vaccines, Antitoxins, Bacterins,
.r Importedl European I ntraven
ous Specific Remedies andl the
latest and best app~liances for
the speedy cure of stubborn
You pay for results. No
.flas~e hopes or pr1omnises, but
lasting results. Come to me
alnd let me offer you the results
Iam giving daily to others and
leave the payment end of it in
your owvn hands.
Consultation and Examiina
tion FREE. All dealings Con
fidlential. Hours: Daily 9 a. m.
to 7 p. mn. Sundays, 10 to 2
p. mn. only.
207 News Building
(One Flight. Up)n
193~ CI ie rI -I . y I cu b C
Once more the time has :
shoes begin to feel uncomfort
light pair of Oxfords.
We are showing this sea;
misses, boys, men and women
with prices much lower than ]
Walk-Overs for both me
$6.00, $7.00 up to $8.50. 'The:
and few as good. We do not
: fled customer on a Walk-Over
Cheaper grades for both
to $6.00. We always take pl
customer is our best advertis
lit% I.r"he store where quality
(lol ~ Iia. ho s. h1ats ail (
~ In town come from Bei
..for tailored or sport wvi
plete th'e fluffiest of
tumnes, the hat you wiai
( Which are perfect ii
finish--in all wante
sdes and combinatior
-.iOur.line o Spring
copeeand you are
thesut ouneed. W
You Can Not do Better T
For Men and Bo;
I Fits better, looks bette
'longer than any clothes yoi
g The time is at hand when;
sider the change of your hig]
the comfortable Oxford of iP
For Ladies and Gii
For Men and Boy
9 We have left nothing undo
patron this season.
T. L BENSOF
'oiled around when our heavy winter
abe, and we begin to think about a
'on a complete line for children,
in all leathers and all the new styles
)VERS ARE HERE.
n and women in the latest styles a
Lre are none better than Walk-Overs,
believe we have ever had a dissatis+
men and women fr ..m $2.50 the pair
easure in showing you. A satisfied
in merchandise comes before the
ison's. If it's
ar, or to comn-I
t is here.
Suits is still
sure to find
3 will be glad
han to Buy
r and wears
1 can buy for
you must con- j
1 cut shoes to "
S. - '
ne to make every buyer a pleased
I & CO. Pickens
To The Sentinel
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