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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-current, November 09, 1911, Image 4

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than fea1
trage
age. MosI
to become old
end of earning
crutch, pain, burder
son or impatient daugh
a longing for the blac
Charint that will not stop at your dooi
because you wish for it. "Backward
turn backward, 0 time, in thy flight,
is the prayer. But even God cannoi
tun back the universe and give U,
yesterday. The soul must sit on th4
western porch and wait for the twi
light and evening star-and after tha1
the dark!
Facing the Inevitable.
We must not, dare not, surrender t<
the years. Don't haul down your fla
too soon. Don't quit your day's worl
at 3 o'cloek. Says Fannie Crosby a
ninety-three, ' do not intend to groV
old." Says Sarah Bernhardt at-wha
age does she confess? "It is for mel t
laugh -at age." Whether the grea
Christian song writer or the ga
french actress, both have the secret
"I will not grow old." Mind and chat
acter are the two great exceptions t,
e-asof age andigesy, for-t Is no
snow on thw-Vifd,- but In the heart
that gives old age. A woman is a
old as she looks, a man as old as h,
Titian at 100 was at his greates
, while Louis II. of Hungar
dIed of old age at twenty. When yol
afimit you are old you are. In m:
proflession no man is wanted beyoni
forty, and at fifty he has crossed tb
ministerial "dead line." And tb
church is paylag'the penalty. O
course minister stops studying, tie
ledge In
sy,"I am done,e
the r of the to gations
chur~N4~ Boston died In 1663 th
church decided it would dall a young
man, and it elected Mr. Davenport c
yen, then seventy years old.
The Great Secret.
God has made our spirits immorta
Age of spirit is a voluntary thing,
matter of mental habit Men and wt
men grow old by thinkring themselve
old. They drop anchor with no inter
tion of putting out to sea again; the:
energies decline and interests fads
The tragedy of old age lies chiefly I
closing the doors, shutting the wi
dows, barring the house against nel
faces, newr ideas, ne-. enthusiasms
When the years begin to multiply on
Len back the shutters, leav
latchstring out Don't get soure
and Imbittered at the world. It wi:
only jostle you to one side and jeer
you. Keep in the swim.---Don't gel or
of step. T~hefd'i nowhere to go bi
inoa gffney corner, where you wi
-e~i before your burial. Don't ge
the attitude of protest against nel
things. Conditions .have change(
methods have improved, the world:i
growing, and you must grow with
or die. Join in that 'world progree
even though that progress seems ur
real to you.
Keeping Rose Fresh.
Wateh your~1|ersonal appearane
The slovely, slouchy old person flnd
the world drawng'away its garmeni
him. 2,' 'your teeth. Kee
beard trimmed. It's a
ck process from gentle
to -Brush yo.g shoei
fr dinner ThaggAn mnaltel
unexplainable - coginection be
the external and he interna
e world is mightly impresse
b . the external. You've done a doubl
tSyand you've impressed ti
ternall' and you've,.4mpressed thb
world externally. I know a man
ninety who is the charm of his neig]
borhood. In middle age he stored hi
mind': with literature and currez
events. He still discusses importaz
_-events in town, In nation, In churc]
-At an age when moot men ar
peevish and cynical he is surrounde
by young people listening to his rem
-nIsc uces and discission of the world
~~ys~ And here is the great se
eret-e.olors do not fade. TIhe pel
K.ceptions become duller, but colors ar
colors stilL Det it? Life Isn't stali
it' fresh. It isn't dill; it glows.
Some day you will reach the last hi!:
top. From there you'll view the .lan<
of promise. If life has been swee
-heavefr will be sweeter. Has religlo:
been a glorfous thing here? It will b
-thogarment of eternity. The snows c
- arth's winter will be exchanged fo
the iprance of heaven's eterna
sping -Age? You know nothing {
it ano were a child not of time, bt
os amnity.
Southwest Georgia Farm and Pe
- can Lands for Sale.
Any size tract desired. Our lands are fe
til ad rsuts resatisfactory. Farmers al
heahd tis ay o gt atheground too
write for innustrated a - t to-day.
rIeweas-.Pafer Realty Companyj
nov-2-3t Thomasvlle. Ga.
Why do you spend yous
moaney for inferior tobacca
when you can buy PENN'1
CHdN(NON from S. R. Kel
ly 'Centa, S. C. at thk
same price the commoi
kind will sost you else.
The Pickens Sentinel-$1 pel
year in advance.
K lXfSOR~INOLDATM
A. C. BRISCOE, Pres.
One of the Teaching Staff of the i
S. & B. V.
Important Information.
Four Male Teachers.
Thre.e Female Teachers.
Use of Typewriters FREE
Heads of the School, Teach
Pupils May Enter at An;
t Time.
We Have a Teacher Exclu
sively for Typewriting.
We Have Special Offic
Practice for Pupils.
We Teach the Best System
S of Shorthand Yet Known.
We Are Able to Locate al
of Our ?upils Wh-Bcom
TH . . aN
.One of the Teaching Staff of the i
its.& &.
To the Corn Club Boys.
SGather your corn according to*
the rules sent yoci, and bring
your exhibit to this office Nov.
~.11th, at 11 a. m. . Piof. C. B.~
'Hadden, of Clemson College, is
sending out report blanks to be
L illed out to every boy in the
club. If you do.neit i-eceive onie f
Ff
rightway write him and one
Swill'be sent you.
R. T. HAUXM, Co. Supt. an
ral
-~ ~ an
Ibu
h la
I~uI Ichi
-sui
e me
fMY LADYV'S JEWE L
COLLECTION
Swill be superb if it is made up entire-.
ly of ornements, trinkets, etc., of ther
same high character as those to beI
seen here.
NOT HING COULD
BE HANDSOMER
with more enduring beauty than the
-jewelry contained in our exhibit. Bo:
YOU ARE CORDIAL LV IN VI TED
'to visit it and enjoy the pleasure of
,examining the~ many beautiful thinge
it includes. The looks of the jewelry I
speak for tbr mselves. We guaran
cee the quality. lab
Hi.SNIDER.f
Easley, S. (2
40 acres, i mile from court
house, 1-2 cleared, balance in Pa
original oak forest, joining land Pa
of J. H. G. McDaniel, I. M.
Mauldin and-others. This prop- g. E
erty is for sale or trade and is
the prettiest place for a nice
home around Pickens. Price and I
terms reasonable. See H. M.
Hester, "The Real Estate Man"
Picelns, S. C.
- Latest Mod
========= ====JUST
Southern Shorthan
Remington - 1
0.e*
The 5 Tpewrter Beig Dliveed 0 t
On Wdnedayaftenoo whn te eas o th th
swee stain ofWedeyers Bnd hichpardedthestr
circu had rrive in twn ahad o tm ,c.'. bu -hnte
bandon heirwayto te Suth' grat Bsinss Shoo, t
Tinit 75Tpwtroeng esabihedleuttine"HRUHESS tot
Onuipedsda deaftenoo whnth earcics mofdte and
seThris ag uaeof typwriterssBn wahih paraie r
tiand ton thei wayr o tipewSu'ri e atBsiess.oot
andsitunouns ote estaeif ou'v betried
EVR BOGTSYALSNGEC
eqipedits Athrdepfarme, w-ies pract ical oensan
ouTis lare curch o tyewiter isaubg mlicmeu
tot n ttelerotpho erie0res.cerdb
in oiinsa retsily obtnd twostoyoue enwrihc
lins; 6,00 ft.of aw tmbe oplc. TisCI
Shave a cre fnarm, secties etof the c n Le
[no Mouwntsin hr, onsan pice. r
2li;60,04. o a imenPackens . Thi
Ld ie wel ndies inan uldising. Wl
t me foriteallr peinance ; wi'll plceut igo racs do
tLurher. Frce.n ARTErs wrteorse
eio you wantsa eier ereal estateR ii:
I0G M.. HESTERE
Picen,4 . Pikn,..C
OfPickensrBankkBuilding.
1et me wriluePritedyoP.'areinsuancedaeyui oompet Spei
Dentist GREEVILLE,S. RCTIA.
Libert, s. c ARCHnEGT and
Li~eat Cntrl eiery edndays BUIDER
l Visible Remingto
PURCHASED BY THE
d and Business L
=OF THE
ypewriter_
.. *-'"'""... "
MNTON TYPEWRITER 75
iol s ol~ Sk~hand nktg
~THE SchsoL T4A t$ ESUL '
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isands of pedestrians who crowded Atlanta's thoroughfart
~ets in Newsom's big tallaho drawn by four white horses, th<
eheld a pyramid of 75 brand-new typewriters on a mammoti
e Southern Shorthand and Business University, they were
ollection of Tyi
INCERN SOUTH OF THE MASON ANI
:hat this well-known business ~ chool of 45 years' st
[F INSTRUCTION" by adeqw~ ng its typewriting
high-class business college mache -.y and devices.
t to the Remington Typewriter Company, whose latest model
at the Southern. Enter now. Catalogue FREE. Addre
E, President, 10 1-2 Mitchell Stre
A. K. PARK,
West End Greenville,
I am now full up on all lines
of
Drfy I 0ods, UlIdorWear,
Hosiery, Gents' Furnishings,
Blankets, Quilts, etc. I have
shoes to suit all people and purs
es. I have the same old mnotto:
x "Same Goods for
Less Money."2
My prices SHALL be in keeping2
with the low price of cotton. I2
liromise full value for your mon- )
ey, or your money back. My )
-old customers know that I make2
all statements GOOD. Those who2
)3 have never traded with me,
come and see what I can do for2
you.2
Phone 45
FOR THAT KEG O
HO T TOM
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT .
Pickens Bottling Works,
R. L. Davis Proprietor
&e do Job Prinis
as-75
Iniversity
impany
e-Ton Motor Truck.
s were greeced with the
Speople thought that the
1motor truck following the
amazed at the uniqueness
ewriters
)DIXON LINE.
inding is determined to sus
epartment, as it has also
Visible machine is a revela
t, Atlanta, Ga
rTo0oLIT~
Will not buy
_Too Mi
Does Not Nece
THE"JOIINI
S Strikes a happy med it
maximur
~ ' This Piano is buil
tions in one of New
tornes, and contains ei
entifically built instrun
SL The One
in which you
SGuaranteed for a life:
I tory o
[ John H
THE P
Phn 682,
Victor Talking:]
Citation.
State of South Carolina,
County of Pickens,
By J. B. Newbery, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Carlisle Newton and]
Hester made suit to me to grant i
letters of Administration with the
annexed of the Estate and effecti
Sarah A. Alexander.
These are therefore, to cite an<
monish all and singular the kindred
creditors of the said Sarah A. Alexa
deceased, that they be and appear b
me, in the Court of Probate, to be
at Pickens 'on the 9th day of
-1911 next, after publication hereof,
o'clock in the forenoon, to show ci
if anay they have, why the saidadir
tration should not be -granted.
Given under my hand this 24 da;
icC. Anno Domini 1911.
S1
V~ - C-7
oA
L. W. ARNOLD, VIcePese
One of the Teaching Staff of the S.
S. & B. U.
Important Information.
We Have an Expert Pen
man.
Use of Adding Machines
FREE. .
Pupils Go Direct From Our
College and Keep -Books as
They Are Taught Here.
They Go Direct From Our
College Bank tO Hold Posi
tiens in Banks.
We Place Great Stress Up
on English and Spelling.
We Are Able to Place a N
jority of Our Pupils in
lanta..t
A..
- N. T. 40ONNN
One of Elhe Teaching Staff of the S.
[JE ONE
a Dependable Piano.*.
cli Money
ssarily Guarantee One.
I WHLAS PINO"
im in Price-and insures thej
intrinsic value. - A
t according to strict specifica
ork's most modern Piano Fac
ery feature possible in a - sci
ent..
Artistic Piano A
do not pay for name.
ime. Sold Direct From Fac
dly by
Williams
JANO MAN,
GREENVILLE, S. (C.
Iachines and Supplies.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
ALLa persons holding claims against
.the estate of the late C. N. Parkins must
Spresent the same duly proven on or be.
t - ore the 1 day of December 1911, or 1te
em debarred payment and all persons indeb
wil ed to said estate must make payment
of on or before the above date. to theun
de i e Mrs. D~ora Parkins,
and W. A. Sheldon,
doe Admrt.
eld
Tov. PARKER'S
#11 HAIR BAL.SAM
use, a--m an tuuantn.e growth
Ii" o1 toeostore Gray 4
Erto its Youthful Coor
-of .e, ta
n. Suncribe for The Sntinel.

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