Newspaper Page Text
THIE PICKENS SENTINEILJOURNAL
Entered April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. C. as second class matter., under aet of Congress of March 3, 1879
39th Year PICKENS. S. C., APRIL 15, 1909. Number 2
say take Cod Liver Oil-they
undoubtedly mean Scott's
It would be just as sensible
for them to prescribe Quinine
in its crude form as to pre
scribe Cod Liver Oil in its
natural state. In
the oil is emulified and made
easy to take-easy to digest
and easy to be absorbed in to
the body-and is the most
natural and useful fatty food to
feed and nourish the wasted
body that is known in medicine
Nothing can be found to take
its place. If you are run-down
you should take it.
Send this advertisement. together with name
of paper in which it appears, your address and
four cents to cover postage. and we will send
you a Cozmplete Handy Atlas of the World."
SCOTT & BOWN, 409 Pearl St., New York
A lecturer m New York advises the
women there to be home-builders.
What can this singular man think that
Gotham is for?
It is only after she has married
him that a man thinks he is being
talked to death by a woman.
Do You Get Up
With Lame Back?
KidIney e 's YozMerable.
everyone knos of Dr. Kilmer's
p-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, be
cause of its remark
able health restoring
-V Root fulfills almost
every wish in over
c oming rheumatism,
pain in the back, kid
neys, liver, bladder
and every part of the
urinary passge . It
corrects inability to
hold water and scaldingpain in passing it,
or bad effects following use of liquor,wmne
or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
through the day, and to get up many
times during the night.
Swamp-Root is not recommended for
everything but if you have kidney, liver
or bladder trouble, it will be found just
the remedy you need. It has been thor
oughly tested in private practice, and has
proved so successful that a special ar- I
zangement has been made by which all
readers of this paper, who have not al
ready tried it, may have a sample bottle
sent free by mail, also a book telling
more about Swamp-Root, and how to
findoutif youhave kid.
ney or bladder trouble.
When writing mentioni :j.
reading this generous ".
offer in this paper and
send your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Home oimamp-Root.
Binghamton, N.Y. The regular fifty-cent
and one-dollar size bottles are sold by
all druggists. Don't make any mistake
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Binghamton, N. Y.,on every bottle.
Amenities of the Fair Sex.
Mrs. A.-I thought Mrs. C. was a
friend of yours. Mrs. B.-And so she
Is. Mrs. A.-WelI. she isn't. She's a
hypocrite. Mrs. B.-How do you know
that? Mrs. A.-Because she tried to
get me to say something wean about
you. Mrs. B.-She did? How? Mrs.
A.-Why. she asked me to tell her what
I really thought of you.-Chicago News.
Women Who Wear Well.
It is astonishing how great a change a
few years of married life often make in
the appearance and disposition of many
women. The freshness, the charm, the
brilliance vanish like the bloom from a
peach which is rudely handled. The
matron is only a dim shadow, a faint echo
of the charming maiden. There are two
reasons for this change, ignorance and
neglect. Few young women appreciate
the shock to the system through the
change which comes with marriage and
motherhood. Many neglect to deal with
the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak
nesses which too often come with mar
riage and motherhood, not understanding
that this secret drain is robbing the cheek
of its freshness and the form of its
As surely as the general health suffers
when there is derangement of the health
of the delicate womanly organs, so surely
when these organs are established in
health the face and form at once witness
to the fact in renewed comeliness. Nearly
a million women have found health and
happiness in the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription. It makes weak wom
en strong and sick women well. Ingredi
ents on label-contains no alcohol or
barmgpl habit-forming drugs, made
wholly of those native, American. medic
inal roots most highly recommended by
leading medical authorities of all the sev
eral schools of practice for the cure of
woman's peculiar ailmnents.
For nursing mnothers.or for those broken
down in health by too frequent bearing of
children, also for the expectant mothers
to prepare the sycstem for the comning of
baby and making its advent easy and
almost painless, there is no medicine quite
so good as "Favorite Prescription." It
-can do no harm in any condit. an of the
system. It is a most potent invigorating
tonic and strengthenmng nervmne nicely
adapted to woman's delicate system by a
physician of large experience in the treat
ment of woman's peculiar a:lments.
Dr. Pierce may be consulted by letter
free of charge. Address Dr. R. V.~Pierce,
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical InstitutA,
anffalo. N. Y.
By Colonel HUGH L SCOTT. Superintent
" OLLEGE students
The system i
ING of the stud
<irection of libern
rule, has had a military training
here. The freedom of the Geri
habits and character already have
The American boy, who has
should have the character FOR)
his individual caprice.
THE NATION GREATLY NEED
DISCIPLINE, SUCH AS WEST PO1
SPECT FOR LAW AND FOR TH
THE COLLEGES OUGHT TO FURI
By Dr. WILLIAM ELLIOT GRIFFIS of Ni
HE basis for the trouble
the CONGESTION 01
whole matter can be hap
Chinese will but SC.
UNITED STATES. The same
country where any foreign race
are waste lands in the gulf regior
develop. He would have a flouris
But do not misunderstand th
THEIR NATIONAL PRIDE
THE WORLD BUT BY OUR
and they will play no part nor w
any nation which gives them a sul
THEY INSIST WITH ALL T
MARKABLE PEOPLE UPON SOCIA
AND TO GET IT THEY WILL F
They would cheerfully enter i
any time if that equality WEI
OUGHT TO HAVE IT. And i
California, the tail of the dog, wE
SERVES TO FACE A CONF
By Governor JAMES I
CODAY the relations beta
are very friendly. Botl
tions of .the world. Botl
to DOXMINATE AND
OF THE PACIFIC.
ACTING TOGETHER THEY CAI
OTHER NATIONS MUST PURSUI
PRESERVE THE TRADE THERE
BENEFITS WILL INURE TO BOT
MERCE CAN BE CARRIED ON B
TAGE OF OUR PEOPLE, BUT A
BOTH CAN BE DRIVEN FROM TI
Every reason, therefore, exis
tween Japan an~d our government
is the expressed wish of each nati<
Marriage Is N(
By UPTON SINCLAIR
MARRIAGE in this di
SLAVERY. The A
IS BOUGHT just ex
dog is bought--this los
at half price; this gorgeous brune
$20,000 a year will buy her.
That's what it all means, this
feasting and flowers. Every wc
maker, and she is LOOKING F
WOMEN WILL NEVER MARI
ALONE, UNTIL THEY BECOME
THE MARRIAGE OF TODAY IS
HIDEOUS TRAGEDY. ABOUT C
THOUSAND IS HAPPY.
Cities Will Soc
By Rev. JOSIAH S'l
SHE time is coming when
BY 1940 THERE WILl
THE CITIES THAN IN A
The cities will no longer go<
mures, but will GATHER THE
VHTETT OWAT HA NDS.
WHIMSICAL ADVICE. I
To reduce your Ueh, Increase your
To develop your bust, get on the
wrong side of the market.
To remove freckles, pry them
gently out with a nut-pick. Should
this fail, try blasting.
Brilliancy may be Imparted to the
complexion by powdering with dia
Hair on the lips may someties be
avoided by requiring the young man
to shave before calling.
For developing tle grace and beau
ty of the fingers nothing Is equal to
piano exercises, provided police pro
tection be available.
When "crow's feeV will not yield
to massage, fill them suddenly with
cement and smooth quickly with a
Falling hair may be avoided by
stepping nimbly aside whenever you
see it coming your way.
The "drooping lash," so much af
fected by some, may be encouraged
by sitting up late o' nights.-Thomas
Speed Mosby in The Bohemian.
The weakness of an individual is
shown by the colors used in dress.
If you dislike a person show It only
when a point is to be gained thereby.
Too much self-will warps the imag
ination and stunts Intellectual growth.
Showing respect to those over you
does not require evidence of servility.
Prejudice can be carried to a point
where it will act In an opposite direc
A hasty formed opinion on a deli
cate subject should be held for re
It is what you remember rather than
what you read from which benefit is
Some people know how to decline
taking no for an answer to a request
for a favor.
An appreciation of that which you
have enhances the value of whatever
else may come to you.
There Is a satisfaction in knowing'
you have done something worthy of
A STUDY IN EYES.
Michael Angelo had hazel eyes.
Mohammed had coal black eyes.
Milton had gray-blue eyes, clear and
sethoven had small brown eyes,
Dante had, according to Boccarrio,
large black eyes.
Isaac Newton had blue eyes, small,
bright and piercing.
Cowper, physically timid, hadl weak
blue eyes, devoid of animation.
Harvey, the discoverer of the circu
lation of the blood, had small eyes
full of spirit.
Bismarck had eyes of steely gray,
deep sunken, almost hidden ander
Carlyle's eyes were described as.
"the very handsomest ever seen In a
man's head-dark blue."
Dr. Johnson's poor health goaeee
his eyes that they were dull anid life
less, of a watery blue.
WISE EASTERN SAYINGS.
Let me see thee at prayer, but pray
to get the better of them In all deals-I
Ask twice the value when you~
would sell, and offer one-half the value
when you would buy,
If thou losest thy, purse have hopes!
that it will be found and returned by
an honest man. If thou findest a lost
purse remember that the loser can
scarcely hope to recover it.
He who loseth his dog may lament,
but not too much. He who loseth his
wife may rejoice, but not too greatly.
Were it otherwise, one might come to
think a wife was of more value than
a dog, and we know that such is not
BROTHER DICKEY'S PHILOSOPHY.
Some people swears by des sl-s
min' de do' en kicking de cat.
Et a man don't even know hi. wn
se'f, how kin he hope ter know da
worl' he's livin' In?
De bes' thing we kin do is ter kip.'
fer de best-even ef we has ter baa
row de money ter git ter It.
We ax de Lawd ter make us. thank4
ful fer what we receive, en den as
Him fer mo' dan we kin tote .away.
Ef dar wuz a elevator gwine : traigh9
ter heaven some folks woukl1 say 19
ou maire dey head swim ter ridS
When th' Ice Goes Out.
%ey ain't much doin' in th' spring
Afore th' ice goes out.
Us fellers sorter sit eround
An' watch th' thawin' o' th' ground
lut- when th' Ice breaks loose-ke-BING!
pubremoves our doubt!'
Wr that's a sign thet spring Is niih
An' things is on th' sprout.
Th' hull blamed town is in th' jam
A watchin' ice-cakes jump th' dam
you ought t' hear us fellers cry
ice goes out!
L11 wintter long we've fed our hay
Ar' lived on sauerkraut;
An' when we've finished up th' chores,
Weve ot iround th' village stores
And scylated on th' day
fee go out!
is git bout this time o' year
sAe livet so ful stout.
Us fenlle we takes turns each day
A watchin' hqw th' prospects lay
WHAT'S THAT YOU SAY? H1, fellers?
u whiskers. What a sleepy townd
Go ring th' bell-an' shout!
I'm 'fraid thet sum'll miss th' sight
Btecus by 8 o'clock it's night!
WhoopT Yell th' tOdin's up an' down!
.e wh, eS htasep Tw!!!!
I' go-cart thet wo't goisnt't sigh
Onec bay to'lock wit'iht!r st
Whoop Yll'ticianhs uch an down
Tikm ck anGmrasso spp
When wa man lias wisou lived tha th
orf iso etmebd asomen osn
Leap yteas ough to bue tat he ta
aiden indien! t dul cis
Ah nuseroma oupriting akeu
yer goo, altracticed Is sce aedi
orm menhare on tht oldhaed woflth
ae, mucifanl impessiorths aeir
hen "To manyha sook spoiltha th
bofth" every gtte sene pieanth
ok Itw ae had asumee tan theh
he csom cofoks.ig c
fmthe newadpto Hapiess. fr
lg, epercan wen birhsapy r
r wovne wher t e felws w
Who ae "Tort man coosm pl
ther weopad lad.we adt
ine wineha ivenla noties nothen
Mre toohanny, ostk md
c.s.you rant can bie htarigh
Hlasinme ohre but yorelf.
Fiendhipr anot olaeom els,
Loe ins nojt a odncon
g hs ote feolegtlhad mne
ght t' boguoylan Cspvd down
u yoa want to line at right
cutp oothe oer craie beart.
Lie-that's fiast-t Uveon' yougflgur
That mes othgoele butowond
"Ieand le lie." whatsnh mo
f you'wan to wdice ao boart
eighte felo bon idsdown!
Tht the livneyg-ing pat.
ThnI uesthat'itbtnt you happy,
Platn nothirng .youse btld.
Who are short of 'gladsome. peif.
iHappiness is just a fad
s-Making other people 'glad.
I ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT.
I, mms*W n
- Pc Sile Si2ahUTe Q
Eact Copy of Wrapp.
Language and Nationality.
Since the beginning of history no
nation which has not been saturated
in all parts with one language has en'
Joyed a secure and peaceful solidarity;
and subject nations and races have
sometimes regained independence bY
preserving their mother tongue. Po
litical divisions between the nationi
follow differences In language rathel
than differences in race or religion
One language may do for two nations
as in the case of Belgium and France
Austria and Germany, Great Britait
and the United States. But two lan
guages seldom subsist together in har
mony inside one political unit. Th(
Magyars of Hungary for years hav
protested against the use of Germaz
as the official language. Poland, politi
cally divided into three parts undei
Russia, Germany and Austria, is uni
ted by the Polish language, and fro=
the Polish point of view, no othei
act of the German government is 54
oppressive as the effort to impose the
German language on Polish school
children. The appeal of Henryk Slen.
kiewicz, the Polish novelist, in the
name of literature, to Intellectual per
sons in all countries for sympathy
with the Poles who are being dispou
sessed of their language strikes deep
er than politics, and has subdividei
political camps. From these conten
tions in Europe a hopeful lesson car
be drawn and applied to America, re
marks the Youth's Companion. W4
are putting the children of Immigrants
through our public schools, blendini
them with the children of earlier In
migrants through the great solvent c
language. We do not force them al
if they were conquered people; the:
Syield willingly to the amalgam; i
penetrates even the clotted ghetto
and foreign colonies. The measure c
Poland's fear of losing Its tongue i
the measure of our hope that by lar
Sguage, and all that it carries, we sha)
~bring many races Into homogeneity.
eThe beginning of regulation fa
moving-picture shows offers a doubi
opportunity. Those who become ri
sponsible for the worst such show
ecan do ought to have an opportunit
~to reform in an isolated part of th
ejail where they will not corrupt it
average morals. Those who get tl
best results possible from the bus
ness, says the St. Louis Republic, ar
entitled to rank with college pres
dents as educators and also with m11
timillionaires if the visible supply
nickels and dimes can reward thel
for the best the moving-picture sho
of the future may do for the public.
A man in Pittsburg Is suing a pe
Odious fair one, who, after he ha
bought her a trousseau for $23, ma
ried his rival. So others In the Smol
City have their troubles besides tl
millionaires. In the case In questk
the defrauded bridegroom's lack
gallantry is condoned by the mad 4
asperation of finding It was literal
and financially "23" for him.
"I'd Rather Die, Doctor,
than have my feet cut off," said M.
Binigham. of Princeville. 10:. "but yoi
die from gangreen (which had eaten
wvay eight toes) if you don't," said
doctors. Instead--he used Buckie
Arnica Salve till wholly ctured. Its cu
of Eczema, Fever Soras, Boils. Bui
and Piles astound the world. 25c.
For Infants ChMildren
The Kind You Have
A Republican Quandary.
The Indiana Republicans are in a
quandary. If they heartily indorse
Roosevelt, the Fairbanks crowd say
it will be equivalent to indorsing
Taft, who Is supposed to be standing
for the Roosevelt policies, therefore,
they want a very mild indorsement of
the president. If they fight a gener
ous indorsement of the president it
will lead to trouble in the campaign
and perhaps at the election. Then
there is an important faction of the
Republicans of Indiana who favor tar
iff revision and are determined to in
clude a tariff reform plank In the state
platform. Whether such a plank is
rejected or adopted by the party it is
pretty sure to manifest a division In
the ranks and this would be a weak.
ness to a presidential canvass. Why
should not the Indiana Republicans
adopt tariff revision? Why not favor
a maximum and minimum tariff aq
Senator Beveridge suggested? Then
If the G. 0. P. Is lucky enough to win
out, It will be easy enough to agaIn
tool the people by preserving the pres
ent tariff schedules as the minimum
rates and make the maximum rates
20 to 30 per cent. higher. Nothing
would please 'the trusts so much as
. Up Before The Bar.
N. H. Brown. an attorney, of Pitts
field. Vt., writes: "We have used Dr.
King's New life Pills for years and
fied them such a good family medicine
we wouldn't be without them." Frr
Chills, Constipation. Billiousness or sick,
Headache they work wonders. 25c at aV
He Couldn't Tell.
"What do you consider the six best
books of the year, Mr. Ego?" asked
the young woman.
"Well-er-really," replied Mr. Ego,
i the novelist, "I've written two books
l this year, you know."
- He Does.
LI "What looks more ridiculous thanu
a peek-a-boo waist?"
"Well, a man in white canvas shoes,
r passionate socks and turned-up trous
ere,1 smoking a cigarette, crowds It
mighty close."-Houston Post
(L.B. B,) Cures'lbroughtle Blooll
B.B. B. (Botanic Blood Blo.od) is the
0only Bloo Remedy that kills the poison
ein te bi.a and th'en puriine it-send
n ing a fk. d of pure, rich blood direct to
f the skin surface, bones. 'oints, and
wherever the disease is -oatd In this
way all sores. ulcers. pimples, eruptions
Sare healed and cured. pains and aches
of Rheumatism cease, swellings subside.
B. B. B. comnpetely chan~e the body
into a clean healthy conditionl, Egiin
the skin the rich, red hue of perie
L. health. B. B. B. cures the woist ol
.cases. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM-B8B88
m,is pleasant and safe to take; compoe o
,Btani ingredients. It puriie nd n
attions for home cure.
at Sld in pilgOSS0 2Bt&Coe
e Too Much
lent of the United States Military Academy.
in this country have too much
i based largely on the German,
RD FOR THE MORAL TRAIN
ant. This is going too far in the
dity. The German student, as a
earlier. There is no such training
nan system is for the man whose
not had such formative training,
SED FOR HIM and not left to
'S LARGER LEAVEN OF MILITARY
4T GIVES, TO INCREASE THE RE.
E DUTIES OF CITIZENSHIP, AND
.w York. Founder of the American System
is In Japan.
with the Japanese in California is
' THE RACE in that state. The
pily solved if the Japanese and the
TTER THROUGHOUT THE
problem exists in any part of the
gathers in large numbers. There
, which no one but a Japanese can
bing rice field there within a year.
a attitude of the Japanese people.
IS EQUALED NOWHERE IN
OWN. They will be LEADERS,
ill they enter into any treaty with
HE DETERMINATION OF A RE.
L EQUALITY WITH THE WORLD,
'IGHT ANY NATION UNDER THE
ito a war with the United States at
tE DENIED THEM, and they
i the United States is willing to let
g the dog on this question it DE
r, Japan and
>nl Over Pacific.
I. GILLETT of California.
veen the United States .and Japar
1 are great powers among the na
1 stand in a position .geographicallj
CONTROL THE COMMERCF
N DICTATE THE POLICIES WHICHI
E IN THE FAR EAST AND CATS
.AS FRIENDLY ALLIES MANNw
H NATIONS AND A GREAT COM
ETWEEN THEM TO THE ADVAN
.8 ENEMIES THE COMMERCE Of
ts why there should continue be
the most friendly relations, and i:
>nl that this shall be so.
.Socialist and Novelist.
y is nothing but LEGAIZEI]
7ERAGE MARRIED WOMAli
actly as much as any horse or any
rely blond for half a million, goilg
tte on the bargain. counter today
display and parade and music and
man with a daughter is a match.
OR BARGAINS too.
RY FOR LOVE, AND FOR LOVE
WORSE THAN A FARCE-IT IS A
INE MARRIED COUPLE IN TEls
CRONG off New York.
he CITIES WILL DOMINATE
L BE 21,00,000O MORE PEOPLE IN
LL THE REST OF THlE COUNTRY.
lown on their knees to the legisla
REINSOF GVER~MNT -