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The Pickens sentinel. (Pickens, S.C.) 1911-current, June 06, 1912, Image 4

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Transportation refunded on
purchase of $25 or over.
Monday, Jun
On Monday, June
in the State.
We will have just
for Ladies that we
The garments are
to see this Merch
Our one aim in h
try the greatest v
The prices are
are at about actu
211-13 N. Main Street
GREENVILLE, S. C.
BURRISS METAL SHINGLES AND
GALVANIZED BARN ROOFING
Shinges inis t ion. or weve or e noe coere
her ith r od hn an ter shinl other b
un h eo r e i tha e a ve a c suioto an r l
lo in for *Otato rn xazin hc teshv
BWM JOHN L. THORNLEY, Salesmang
.t KIFN S. S..
Manufacturediby
J. T. BURRISSI& SON, Anderson, S..
ColeT RIGH
MET0(LSHIGES:
Ay1EOTHEUN
LOOK FO~R MP
zCRRGT.Rg .S a.Of
and acep no susiue *fyuwn ofta
wil at slogast e uIdnadnvrne
ur A * THORWn MOROW CO., PNice .C
3. Ffrc-pwof Stom.proof - LigIdnb~g-proof
HEATH, BRUCE, MORROW CO., Pickeus, S. C.
mnd
e3A
have ever sbi
the very bess
indise in ort
iving this SE
ilue ever offe:
marked 011
il cost to us.
:YERS
LIQUORS AS FORM OF POISON
Produce Abnormal Conditions of Cir
culatory System and Destroy Func
tions by Subtle Paralysis.
If reports are to be trusted Profes
sor Whitney, of Wesleyan university,
proves that liquors are poisonous after
all the alcohol has been extracted
from them. The "old nick" seems to
remain in liquors when nothing but
the odor Is left. The Scotchmanl's
verdict is that "whisky is good in its
place. If you want to preserve a dead
man put him in whisky. 'If you want
to kill a~ live man, put whisky In him."
Professor Whitney, like Professor At
water, contends that alcohol is "food,"
that it raises the temperature of the
body. He might have added it raises
Cain at the same time. We prefer to
believe that alcohol is a miserable de
ceiver, and whosoever is deceived
thereby is not wise. Professor Jor
dan says liquos make you feel wai-m
when you are not warm, seem to
yourself wise when you really are
quite simple. The experiments in
Russia, where liquors are used as a
supposed substitute lor food, have
proved that liquor has the direct ef
fet of releasing the blood from the
heart and arteries and flushing the
surface of the body, producing the
temporary effect of bodily warmi'th
but in reality weakens by a form of
paralysis the whole circulatory sys
tem. We think the government tests
not only. of the United States but of
the leading nations of Europe can be
relied upon. These experts agree that
iquors are a form of poison, pro
ducing abnormal conditions in the cir
culatory system and in a comparative
ly short time destroying the functIons
of the smaller. finer vesicles of the
circulatory systern by a form of subtle
paralysis. The man who tah~ee even
one drink can never be~ the perfect
physical- man. The physical effects
are matters of observation. Thea men
tal prospective is changed. The finer
restraints, the self-inspection, the self
judgment, the bashfulness, a real qual
ity of growing manhood and growing
womanhood, are broken down. The
flush of liquor sweeps away these fine
spiritual barriers, and the young man1
finds himself without moral harness
and under the hallucination of this
paralysIs of his higher, truer, better
impulses, he "enjoys" making a wild
fool or himself. It is not due to the
stimulus of liquor but to the release
from the self-controlling apparatus of
his system. Liquor does not really
stimulate, bujt really paralyzes re
strant. It is primarily &form of
physical death, incipient (eth to the
circulatory system in and around thej
nerves. This, we believe, is the con
sensus of scientific scholarship as
reached by government experts in
this country and in Europe. This view
has the authority of experiment and
observation. The effect is not tem
porary and recoverable. The effect is
absolute death to a percentage of the
crclatory system. One drick of
hite ash
==BHUINS
nD CONTINU
agurate the Greatest Musi
it 85,000.O0worthi of the fi
I that mnoney anld experiell
ler to j udgel ts merit aild
Lie is to give the people of
red for your molley.
a very low margillof proj
e Prompt Powerful Permanent
Pt (P nic al Ash, tbo nae Goo d res t sam
Pfe cts ar u a i to P.P. P.o s tigts re s
felt very quickly whe othcer i you to stay cured
Maesrihre, ur blood -cleanses the entires
A positive specific for Blood PoIson and skin diseases.
isDries out heumatism and Stops the Pain end Malaria;
F. V. UPA, SAVANNAH, GA.
PICENSDRUG CO.
-COLLEGE OF CHXARLESTON
127th YEAR BEGINS SEPTEMLER 27
t offers courses in Ancient and odr n a aes, wa hmttics. History, Pol
ticl Science, Debating, Chemi 4ry, I asics, iology. and E - ineer ng.
chdree tuition scholarship to eah cotinty of Suth Carolina. eant Bo. c
Epensesreasonable. Terms and catalogue on Appication. write to
HARRISON RANDOLPH, President
Charleston, S. C.
- - - - - - - - -
PICKENS BANK;
PICKENS, S. C
CAPITbAO
AND SUIRPLUJS$ I
INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS
J...Mc..P.r.c.,.Pr.s. ent.
The Drink Problem
is a big one and the best answer is a drink at our Soda Fountain.
OC LD Everything isivericold- the water, syru ps, couh
---~JLJed fruits and the ice cream.
C LEAN--From top to bottom inside and out
DuD v Everything we serve is absolutely f*neT, eery
P URE---drink is delicious. We serve it right
LEAVE YOI7R THlIR)ST WITHl VS
Keo wee Pharmacy
UllSill
ESlO0
Ill Underweai
nest aild dail
ze can produ4
[value.
Greenville su
1i ail in S01
COMI
ARIFF AND THE TRUSTS'
gh Authority Gives Voice to Opini
ions T~at the Country Will
Do Well to Heed.
Joni H. Davis, head of the 11)nk
g hoase of John H. Davis & Co.,
leves that the long session of con
ess that will conveae soon need not
looked forward to with apprehen
ion, for he belives that it will take
tional ationi upon big public ques
on, including a consideration of
gsiation to regulate "trust" activi
ee and probably a reduction of the
ariff. In the November circular of
i house he says:
"What the counter sem to be los
g sight of is the ob'rious fruth that
e root at the American trust evil
3the protective tariff law. Olu- trusts
e efects and not case. They are
e dr c outca ofthe tedff The
igh ces by wisih they pro~t and
r which they are blamed are the r.
upof the prohilbltive &itles uponl
awithout which such prices
muld not be malatained no mater to
what srtent monopoly might be prac
Iced. It is most unfortunate that
his baslo fact ls not.kept more prom
ent before the American people,
rhose anti-trus sentiment is only the
xpression of a proit against high
cets.
"It is relie from th9 pigh cost of
lying that the countryJgemnands, and
e agitationi sookl be, first of all,
or tariff reduction. W'Lth that acom
1ished, the trust question will take
,are of itselL Wflo it, neither
ices nor moncooy Will Jp con
rolled, It may be doubted that
:heaper tobacc6 will result from the
lisintegration of the tobacco trust.
u it Is certai that it would follow
e lowering of tobacco duties. It is
nlikely that steel products will fall
nuch in price it e steel trust is dis
;olved, but no o will queetion that
.he would be mp ~aly lower if the
luties on lmrA stee were so
luoed. Indeed, the propoion is so'
~bvious that ~admit no argu- .
ent. Lowe~i tarif and inflation
ill cease. Monopoly estortion, enr
~essve capitalization and high coste
will disappear. Competition of the:
proper sort-that of America with the!
whole world-will be restored and t3ie
natural development of our superior
resources and of otv commercial
bilty will follow."-New York Times.'
An esteemed contemporary starts
ut to prove that Taft is a greater foe
of the trusts than Roosevelt. Mr.
raft is surely entitled to any comfort,
that cain fairly be extracted out of se~
modest a distinction.
Mr. Taft's Confession.
Explanation and ar- g# are
eeble plagp for a pla: on wich
ipreside ntmust ?tand! for re-election,
3nd Mr. Taft's confessionl shows that
e realizes his mistake6. This is
~reditable to the man, but does not
ustify the3 president.
viv- should the people re-elect to
he greater office of president a man!
ho frankly avows his serious blun-4
lers but pleads that they were due
to ignorance and lack of thoughtful
leliberation? Would Mr. Taft ever
are tried to amend or even have
iscovered his errors if popular com.
lemnation had not brought him toj
i.realization of their importance and
iL bown responsibility?-St. Louis
n erwear
Transportation refunded on
purchases of $25 or over
DAYS ONIY
Sale ever known
itiest Underwear
,e. You will have A
.rroundnlg coun
~e eases the goods
'V North Main Street,
I GREEN VILLE, S. C.
CASTORlA
ForlInfants and Children.
The Kind You Have
CENTAlways Bought
- Ae pa~t~nf~sBears the
I fSDgSOUefI of
. In
Use
p~sanLOS~kSLEPFor Over
NEW ORK. Thirty Years
OASTORIA
Phone 45
FOR THIATKEG OF
HTTOM
TDE RINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottling Works,
R. L. Davis Proprietor
'OF TITAIC
SOL" A. M. JONES
AT T HSOFFICE
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