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Talks.
. -Of DWMl A. NY .
APPREcnoN.
Dear Sir and Madam:
This Is a short, old fashioned lecture
on the Interesting theme, *How to B(
Happy Though Married."
'You, sir, Erst:
Do you ever thin! how mbuotonou
an bleak e l 0am s the round 01
you wifs aslytask? Cookng, clean
ig ewing sewing, elasnin& cooklnJ
-ties as dul as the dishwater 8h1
uses three times a day.
"Can't be helped," you-say.
SPerhaps not. Somebody, must M
the blank, weary service of the house
hold. And so far as the work is con
cerned she does not mind that. Sh
undergoes privation and saerific will
ingly. She gives her body a livin
-sacfce to her famly.
But do you know what hurt? D
you know what makes her humdrua
life dull and spiritless? Just On
thing
Lack of appreciation.
Let me tell you an open secret: J
woman will work tier fingers to th
bone and count herself happy In tb
service oftthose she loves-if somebod
cares.
Try this: put your arm around he
and tell her she Is worth a dozen youn
girls, touch the worn hands som(
times willr your iups, tell her hol
much you appreciate your helpmate
and the din world of duties will gro
beautiful to her.
And you, madam:
Do you know that In these days 0
competition your husband must us
every oune,..hls energy and utlil
er he can make and qcrap
to make a good living for his familY
You do, of course, but do yo~u apprI
edate hWs service and sacritice? An
do you tell him so?
How many times have you told hi
be Is the bravest and finest husband I
the world?
He puts in the best licks that are J
him and begrudges his family nothir
he can afford. Only. though lie -wn
not realize it fully. he sometimes grov
disheartened because you begrudge
pitiful a thing as a word of praise.
You see, a great. strong man ma
have. a heart just as tender and
sensitive as a woman.
And you, both of you:
Are you going on steadily, but hop
.lessly, your married life a threaten(
failure, when you could change it a
by the one thing that makes life wori
while-appreciation?
Heartto Heart
Talks.
ByD EDWIN A. NYZ.
HE WIL EARN $250,000.
The late John W. Gates, Americt
multimillonaire, who recently died
Paris, was'worldly wise.
Among those remembered in his w
Is Henry W. Baker, a nephew, who.
to receive a quarter of a million d<
lars provided he does-and does not
-certain things.
For brevity's sak~e the "dos" at
"don'ts" are stated-as follows:
Go through college.
Box and be strong.
Study hard and earn a degree.
Keep clean in mind and body.
Obey your parents.
Get the respect of your friends.
Be kind toward all eanias
Make your parents proud of you.
"DON'TS."
Don't marry until educated.
Don't play football.
Don'twmonkey with Wall street
Don't dirink or gamble. .
Don't be dishonest.
Don't be a quitter in any game.
Don't be disrespectful.
Don't be ashamed of honest work.
In explanation It Is stated your
Baker became tired of school tvi
years ago and quit and that h'e is el
gaged to he married.
Further, that Mr. Gates was preji
diced against -football and believe
that boxing Is the best exercise; als<
knowing the peril of the- Wall strei
game he warned against it.
Now, supposing you did not want t
go to school, were in love with a pre
ty girl and obliged to obey the "dos
and "donts," give up your plans an
ask the girl to wait, would you .do a:
that for $250,000?
Young Baker says he will.
The "Wall street plunger" has ial
down a set of rules which If followe
will make a man of the nephew.
A boy who will go through colleg
and study hard, care for his body
keep a clean mind, obey his parenti
neither drink nor gamble, be honesi
kind and respectful, persevere and b
proud of any honest task-why, suc]
a boy has established a characte
Worth many times a quarter of a ml
lion dollars.
Credulous.
Winks-Your little wife Is a vertiabi
ray of sunshine.
Mlnka-.Indeed she is. She believe
everything I tell her.-New York Week
a ly.
Secret Order Meetings.
Masonic-A. F. & A. M. meet:
Saturday nights on or befor<
the full moon
Chapter-R. A. M. meets Fri
day nights on or after the ful
mboon.
K. of P.-Meets every Mon
lay night after the first ani
*Aird Sundays.
W. 0. W.-Meets every firs1
md third Tuesday nights.
City Council meets Tuesday~
iights after first Mondays.
Take Dr. Miles' laxative Tablets for
:onstipation. They 3rlU help gon.
PENN'S CHAMPION is a
'kh man's tobacco, bui
-o can get it at a poor
man's price from S. i.
kelly, Central, . C.
(prickly Ash; Poke Root and Potassum)
Prompt Powerful Permanent
its beneficial ef- Stubborn cass G'od restilts are
emts a.re us'Ially Yil to P. P.?P. 1-~-cues
cics =re uw-kss
-P. PC PO
nac rc, redl , pure b~lo!clea- th-e e-itirc
stem--- cla,- th dir. -strcnen dg est nd nevs
A positive specific for Blood Poison and in diseases.
Drives out RheuWirVsm and Stops the Pin;t 111ds Malarla;
is a wonder-1ncr! . ndbd-ule.dosn-sedr~
F. V. UPPMAN, SAVANNAH GA.
INVESTIGATE
BURRISS
TIN dGALVANIZED
Shingles.
Als.-o Barn Roofing anid
Sidingf
Cheaper than wood shingles.
Will last as long as the house.
Lower Insurance. Will be
glad to call and show samples
and give prices. For particulars call on or address
JOHN L. THORNLEY,
PICKENS, S. C.
SALESMANFOR JOHN T. BURRISS & SON.
THIS MAN'S STORE IS CROWDED
BECAUSE WE DO HIS PRINTING
WE CAN CROWD YOUR STO.E IN THE SAME WAY
Catalogues, Handbills, Folders and
LBCommercial Forms Our Specialty
..Call at rhis Office Fbr Jobvinor..
OvU. LETTER HEADS ARE
0 0
COME IN AND PLACE YOUR ORDER
WORK IS RIGHT - -- PRICE IS RIGHT
1- New Tinmes,
New Things .
The dld fertilizer
f ormulas are giving .
way to tenew. At
- everyfr.rmers' meeting -.
a one subject should be -
ii the fertilizer formula
that will furnish a balanced ration to the crop and keep up the fertility
of tesil. Tod his the frizrshldconti atleast amuh
as Phosphoric Acid. Our note book has condensed facts essential
in farmers' meetings and plenty of space to record the new things
that you hear. Let us send one to you before your Institute meets.
w ~e wi be glad to senda upply dliveefree of chae to everIstteGag
or Farmers' Club Officer on request. It contains no advertising matter.
GERMAN KALI WORKS, Inc.
Continental Building, Baltimore, Md. Monadnock Block, Chicago, Ill.
93 Nassau Street, New York
This space belongs to
G. W. CORBIN,
The rnan who furnishes Square Meals on short
notice and at right prices.
- Open Day and Night to Serve You.
Fresh Fish Every Week.
Leave your orders or call and see us.
I G. W. CORBIN,.
FINE JOB WOK:
tsN
Cotton is
T HERE is no use to beai
prices all to smither
RAISE IT BY SELl
TO DO WE DO!
and graphnell. Corr
November 23rd and lasts tli
all in plain figures so that h
DA
SHOES.
We have one of the best
lines of shoes to be found,
and quality, wear and com
fort are what we seek in this
stock. Our leader is the Bea
con, in all leathers and toes,
and a regular beauty at $3.50.
During this sale only. $2.69
The old stand-by in a Wo
man's Kangaroo, with and
without c- 2els every
where-at $1.50. Duiruthi..
--itle at - _98C
Men's Brogans, solid as a
rock, the old $1.50 shee sold
everywhere. D u r i n g this
sale - --9C
Lion Brand, extra heavy
shoe. Sells for $3.00 to $3.50.
During this sale $2.50
Plenty of shoes for the chil
dren and at a great reduction
during this sale.
CLOTHING.
This isp line we want to
sell. These Suits and Over
coats are of to-day's fashions
and fine quality. Whatever
plans you have made for
Winter Suits and Overcoats,
a visit here will interest you.
From the standpoint of fash
ion anld Quality, the proper
cut and elegance of the quali
ty of these garments will meet
your ideas.
Prices from $3.50 to $17.50,
which is at least a 33*. per
cent. reductien.
Coil
S END your children; the;
LCotton is low but 01
Noivember clearance J
py New Year,
THE F
Cold Weathier
And you want .your feet and bodyi
Keep your feet dry with g< od sho
son Brand Shoe for men aind women fr<
HATS-The J. ff.-rson Speci l up,
worth twice the~ prie, As good as stet
Mufflers and Swa.ters a fol: line, a
and dry. from 25e toi 75c. Trunks
many 'tlwer things w hich we cani not n<(
Ify ux are lo .king for genuine bar
don't fo: g..t to b'ring us your produc
SW e p ty 11hL highest price. Yours
PARRISH, SL(
If you are contempi
Piano, C
urniture, - Stov
Sewing Machines, Mattresses,
Cases, Hand Bags. Rugs, Carp
come to the
[BRT MUIC AND FUM
~Te are in a position to save you mor
e sell the the ADAM SCHAAF P]
he world. This is a big assertion, b1
)r price is right, and terms easy.
Liberty Music anidut
LIBERTY,
5ubscribe Inr t
Low, and You 1
around the bush. An honest
.ens---all because we want so
,ING THE GOODS., You kr
During this sale there will be a
e in and take care of the maime
rough December 2nd, and a ch
a who runs may read.
ILY SENSATIO
HATS. B
We have got the hats but
would much rather have the
money. They are alright, e
style is right up to the minute, ti
but we must turn them into
cash. They run from $1,00
to $3.50. During this sale S
they will be marked 40 per
cent. off.
Staple
Goods a
Good grade Sheeting @ per a
yard -- .---5c s
Extra heavy Drills @ - C
Heavy Chambreys --- Sc
Fancy line of Checks @-- 5c a
Kentucky Jeans 15c, 20, 25c.
OVERALLS.
THE UNION SPECIAL, r
as good apiece of goods sis]j
made at $1.00 the country
over. During this sale-78C
-President Guaranteed Shirt
-the best work shirt on the
market today. Sells every-.
where for 50c. During this U
sale to go at -.---------39c n
Our line of SUSPENDERS
embraces everything usually
made and worn. The Cele
eAny Ti
Swill be treated as courteot
~r prices will make up to yoi
age Thanking our custon
EOPLE WHO SE
Offit
COming
rotected. -Oou
s and we hise themn. Samn-o
m 51.50 to $2.50 as good as ry
who
to-date hat. Stylish an I do
~on for $3.00. pref
~d they wall keetp 1':":; cent
Dr3y Go tilt, Groiet ri's antia
w name. in xE
aims 2omie to see us. An! whic
. Any:hing, Everything. ver
to ple& s corn
Dec
)AN& (C).,
SetE
~~ase
atimg buying a
Leva
~rganl, Se
Spec
Springs, Trunks, Suit g
ts, Art Squares, Etc., s~o
lITIUlE 00MPANY. E
Spec
ey on anything in our line. Specg
ANO. One of the best in spec
t nevertheless it is true.
uture Company,
.S e.
L. Speci
Lew
he Sentinel,
. Po
-ANID=
[ust Make Your
confession is good for the so
me of your "filthy lucre "
tow our stock-there is no us
regular battle with high prit
,d, the halt, the wounded-an'
-an sweep of everything in tl
4S IN OUR N(
cated President and Warren
rands. During this sale
15c to 75c
Fancy Knit Ties, sells ev
'ywhere for 50c. During
iis sale --39C
A full line of Windsors,
brings and Four-in-Hands at
per cent. discount.
)uilts and Blankets.
Cold weather is here and 1
,e must keep warm. We '
' 1 do our part by selling you I
Wool Blankets, Quilts
k Coniforls at less than
rese 'facturer's cost.
Good all wb blanket, guar
ateed every t wnol full
ze and regular $5.OU-ality.
uring this sale-- 3.39.
Splendid full size Comfort:
_ .....--...-..-.$1.89:
Fascinators and Scarfs, all
>lors, good zephyr thread,
st dyes- - --38c
l'he Hunting.
Season is Here
We will do oar part by sell
tg you the guns and ammu
ition. A splendid shot gun<
Shells: Peters and New ]
Club- - -3c
me ulil
sy and as much attentiox
i for that lossage. You'a
ters for their past patrona
for a Big Ti
ILTHE GOOD
Tax Notice.
e or County Treasurer, Pickens County.
Pickens, S. C., September 25th 1911.
e books for the collection of State and
tobe e th 1911 to December 31st 1912.
ose who prefer to do so can pay in Janua
912, with 1 per cent additional. Tio-e.
oG ih 2r per cent additional. Those wh
er payinfg in March 1912, to the 15th of said
ter sai n date the books will clos.7 e
13-ahayers wi ng eproperty or pying
ach township' or special school district in
h he or they may own property. This is
01dsrcts. Those who do no wiht
etthoce cawrt me, not later than
tmount due sad they can remit me by
k, money order or registered letter, If
ps -are sent do not send above two (2)
as I cannot use them. Please do not
me cash without registering same, as it is
e to get lost; if sent otherwise it must be
nder's risk.
for Constitutional'Schiool t'ax . 3mil
for Ordinary County tax. ...6 mills
for Past Indebtedness......... mills
for Stae Constable...... ....4ml
Tot3 19'% mills
SCHOOL TAK.
lal Levy for School District No. 1, 2 mills
lal Levy for School District No. 2,.. .2 mills
tat Levy for School District No. .....2 mills
lal Levy for School District No. 4.. ..2 mills
lal Levy for School District No. 5 ..2 mills
Ii Levy for School District No. 8,.. .2 mills
ial ..evy for School District No. 9,. 10 mIlls
al Levy for School District No. 10.,2%I mills
al Levy for School District No. 1i,'7% mills
ai Lcvy for School District No. 12,...2 mills
al Levy for School District No. 13,. .8 mills
al Lev for School Ditrict No. 14..7 mill
al Levy for School District No. 16.. .6mills
ai Levy for School District No. 1,..7 mills
al Levy for School District No.2,. mills
al Levy for School District No., 22mills
al Leyfor School District No. 2,..2 mills
al Levy for School District No.2,. 2 mills
al Levy for School District No, 2,..2 mills
al Levy for School District No. 24. 3~ mills'
al Levy ror School District No.231, 15 mills
al Levy for School District No. 27...3 mills
l Levy for School District No.29. mills
al Levy for School District No., 15 millsI
al Levy for School District No. 4 ..3 mills
l Levy for School District No.31,.2mills
al Levy for Sehool District No. 49,..2 mills
al Levy for School District No. 52, 3 mills
al Levy for School District No. 53,...4 mills
for interest on Pickens R. R. Bonds
rricae townhip. ......... milla
ckes C. H. township.......... 2 mills
I Tai, One (1) Doller. Every male citizen
~Iii
Dollars Do Double
ul. We are putting on a riptIfoi
WE NEED THE MONEY A
e to brag on our line. WH
:es and we expect to put them t<
[ dying. This great battle beg
e store is anticipated. We hav<
VEMBER SALES
rrunks, (
- Hand Bags, deA
Valises.b
A nice line, but it doesn't
-uit us to handle them, so we
will sacrifice our stock to
lose them out. $2.00 to $8.00 pom
or trunks; $1.00 to $12.50 for
ralises; $1.00 to $2.00 for hand $1.0
)ags. Cofne in and load up.
[he goods are yours when you Th
iame the price. -
Thr
Crockeryware. o
3P11
This is a line we are top on. b
[t embraces all those things
is1stly carriedinsuchastock. 0
[t isI-Standard ware, and it hay
s a shame if'yon do not buy 'N]
i~t the prices we are selling at. By,
Plain White~flates, per you
Plain White Cups adet
3aucers, per set------35c of t
oil f
Flowered Plates, dainty The
patterns, per set--55c 100:
fc
Flowered Cups and Sau- 01
:ers,per set -----S55c dow
Extra large plain Whiteoft
3owl and Pitcher, worth $1.50
o go at--98c
ig ThisS
tgiven them as if you came y<
ifll always regret it if ypou do
ge and wishing them a Merry
'LY Co.
S FOR LESS MO1h
tCommutation oad Tax, $1.50. The last Leg
couny o Pickens shAll bsrequie annuall
tro *ay n olrad ftentsd com"uatio
or roaan eeaptineser te gope
tuall~~Cuny Tncag facn regaesonsrer
maenl ale, In h miliayfroc cof
thos ae, 1-2es h clerved balance lat
lypoyeina th qoakfrastjinerice ofand
Mtaedi and tes. ho isprop-nin
erny so for cole at tadie hnd sm
mtatio taphretiesnpae prvdfor alc
beome dru shallens ure pandh
County Treasrofaide conytee the
Hethdyober, ndThe 3l1staatf ecem-n
beric de ea, a nnaC.mu
taio r relly, taCfoedla itentra, sC
shellsb a midbnrand thoffedrcon t
cnitosal biee pug wihedb fin s no
lssoth fie5clar an notg mor ta fift
aPN'io DogHaxP. esnwi
dog ar rqultoARKER'S ity(5)cet
onechdg. RsAfllSA
Duty.
rting sale and smashing
ND WE CAN ONLY
kT WE ADVERTISE
rout with shot, shell
ins on THURSDAY
marked t1iesec6s
rfocery Line
big cut in eyeiything un
bhis head. Coffees,annnd
Is, soaps, washing pow-,
-in fact everything has
iknied,
Good Green Coffee, per
ad- - -16c
Good Parched: Coffee, per
ad ----22c
Ground Coffee, in cans,
D size --8-4c
['r'ee
The
der
e packages
kes Laun
es Washing
igs of good C
Lo--.
e of the best
e to offer
NVR
ia
ons a.infer
will give you. one.
ese cans and fill it full of'
an alone for--103
ound sacks of good salt
r stock has been matre
. You get the bn
ese low prices.
~urself.
rit attend the Qre
Christmas anda an
Y.
'ofnemn, trkt, t. o h
SION COL
wih be enrbingi beuy ehn thr
ewlr oonntinedrinkeour exhtc.ot
tovsitn itade noyree.asr o
mmininmore anyi beautify thngh
it includes. The looksAof theOjweh
speak for themselves. We guaran
rethe quality.
H. SNIDER.
3asey,
One plug of - ENW'S
:HAPO tobacco bought
orn S. R. KeH; Central,
C. Will conlvii you
the best loc plug e
The Pickens 'Sentinl Iper
ar in advance..~
-Why scowl when you can smile f
j.icng Dr. Miles' Lakativ - -3tS

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