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PICKENS, S. C.:
MARCH 20. 1913
Y HioTr, MANAGER
at Plokens Fostomcc as Second Clas
e Sentinel is not responsible
for the views of its corres
uld make Pickens one
' the prettiest towns in this
state with a little effort. Let's
try. Spring is about here and
o ' -agood time to begin. If
want to do the thing right,
0, we should have a civic im
p ovement association. There
is no one else like the ladies to
plan things like this. The town
authorities, we believe, would
o-operate and lend aid to an
a -sociation of this kind. Let's
iave the association.
The Hope of South Carolina.
T "hope of our te is in the
- . bill to us from the
If the Webb
ibiting liquor from be
pped into dry territory
be considered constitu
hen our state, at least
ounties, will be com
rely free from the curse
liquor traffic. The reve
f ficers can manage the
ders without much
. It is the liquor shipped
xpress and sold by un
P. ous people for the sake
that gives us trouble.
are informed by men who
r are position to know that
. above the court house at Pick
ens there is very little trouble
caused by liquor. Most of the
iawlessness caused by liquor is
in the lower part of the county
where the whiskey is shipped in
That there is a spirit of law
lessness abroad in the land, there
~can be no doubt. Men who d
r not regard law, * o -
-u ' qf c scie e; when
the only thing
t seems to gi've them concern
onv to evade the officers of
law, and when caught, they
1 tell any kind of Luc
p from beingT pr
janatlawr i' m 1 punish~
~e awb k.,and thereby
as~i men from the v iolation
ft law. One of the most alarm
nmg things about the whole mat-I
rithat men who claim to be.
odcitizens. and want others
ok upon them as such,
symathzeand even take,
si'des with the law breakers. It
certainly shows depravity and;
a lack of moral conscience. The
~~estion...axises, what will be-:
come of our civilization if the
disregard for law and order con
tinues? The answer naturally.
comxes, it will be but a short.
time until those in favor of law
and its enforcement, will be in a:
Shelpless minerity. It is high:
~tim thaihe good citizens ev
7ere should throw every
ounce of influence they have on
the side of law and orider.
.Oranges are not the only
things that grow in Pickens.
Peaches grow here too, in the
winter as well as summer.
The Greenville papers want
~D ...at Sen to lecture in
erreenville. They evidently be
neve as we do. That even a
(Jhinaman can help that town.
A Woman Is
The delicate structure of a woman's body
So comolicated are its parts that only the
~ing it. Wonien do not know themseh
'means when any of these delicate parts ge
the suffering, the misery. the prostratin
becomes irregular. The disturbance nol
enjoyment of health, but they have worki
body that is weak and suffering and a mn
invalid's fate. Happily, most of these ai
the most dependable medicines for the rel
Squaw Vine Wine. It is prepared ext
a successful medicine. One that builds u:
and regulates the generative organs. It
tones up the nerves, makes the body strc
feeling of wellness, of power to perforne
Ailing women should try this remedy. It',
d na'or of girlhood days.
'S30'1by Druggists and Dealern
c. r. SIMMONS MEDICINE 4
KEO WEE P1
There are not enough Daniels
in President Wilson's official
family to save the L'emocratic
party from the lion's den of de
feat four years hence if the poli
cy enunciated by Postmaster
General Burleson is enforced.
The white people of the South V
will no longer give their time,
means and effort for the success
of a party that retains in office s
the negro and that element of t
white pe -ple who affiliate with c
the minority and the Republican
party for the sake of the spoils c
Keep your eye on our classified
It has certainly been raining I
on the just recently. 2
Why can't Pickens have a
civic improvement association? f
We should have one. C
The Atlanta Journal says, t
"Lots of people would be more I
truthful but for their uncon- a
trollable desire to talk." Think s
The man who loves his fellow a
man is the happy man, but it t
doesn't necessisarily make a r
man unhappy to love his fellow- t
Pickens could have a pretty ii
good base ball team this year, C
but all of our players are pro- y
hibitionist. They don't like o
high balls and never touch a
If Miss Booker, the new milli- d
ner at the Big Store, is as good a
milliner as a certain fellow by
that name is an editor. we feel
sure her customers will be pleas- r
ed. And we believe she is.
We haye never owned or ran
an automobile, but it seems to
us that much wear on tires
could be saved by traveling at b
high speed and running on two h
wheels around sharp curves. h
The Greenville Piedmont d
should be immediately arrested b
for this: "A man from Pickens f
county is going to run for the a
United States senate. In this ec
Jay and time enterprising men
let no obstacle stand in their
Since Postmaster CG~
Burleson has ann
Day by Day i
Let me be a little kinder, p
Let me be a little blinder n
ro the faults of those about me,
Let me praise a little mo)re.
Let me be, when I am weary,t
rust a little bit more cheery, b
Let me serve a little better al
Chose that I am striving for.
Let me be a little braver
When temptation bids me e.
waver, . t
Let me strive a little harder a
Co be all that I should be;
Let me be a little meekera
With the brother that is weaker,b
Let me think more of my t
and a little less of me. ir
Let me be a little sweeter, t
1ake my life a bit completer,
By doing what I should do
very minute of the day; R
.let me toil,without comiplaining hi
Kot a humble task disdaining; ce
Let me face the summons
When death beckons me away. i
-Detroit Free Press. a
- - h
is a sorce of w.onder to rmedical men.
most learned are capable of un'derstan
-es. They do know, however, what it
t weak or disordered. They alone know (1
g effect when the generative system rr
only robs them of strength and the
o do and it must be done in spite of a
*nd that is harassed by the dread of an h
ients of women are curable and one of II
ief of such troubles is Dr. Simmons
ressly for the diseases of women. It is t
>the Nervous System and strengthens h
stops the painful symptoms promptly,
ng. the digestion good, arnd restores aG
the household work without fatigue.
vi give them back the health, strength a:
.Price $1.00 Per Bottle.
:0., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
if4 ISURDWNLY h@SP OUT.
For twenty years whiskey
as the battle song of the poli
cians of South Carolina.
Now in this good year 1913, it
.ems as if compulsory educa
on is to be made the slogan. It
as left for John G. Clinkscales,
'honest and iovial John," the
dlege professor and man of the
Voodrow Wilson type, to sound
ie bugle for the new fight. He
as announced definitely that
Le will make a fight for the
overnorship of South Carolina
n the compulsory education
lank. Like thousands of citi
ens of the state, he realizes the
reat importan e of education.
John G. Clinkscales is pro
essor of mathematics at Wof
rd Collegt. He has spent 30
r more years in the schoolroom.
here is not a better known or
etter liked man in the state.
[e is a fighter. He is a scholar
nd has always been a close
adent of the government af
airs, Ta know him is to like
im. He:e is another secret
bout him. There is not a bet
r story teller in South Caroli
a. Another feature is that
1ere are few people in this
;ate who haye not at one time
r another been within the hear
g of the voice of John G.
linkscales. He is a man that
ill hold his own with the best
The campaign will be held
uring the summer months of
914 and to date seven candi
ates have announced for gov
rnor. There are several tied
st around the corner. They
ill come hopping into the ring
efore the present year has
assed into history.
John G. Richards, Jr., of Ker
aw, was among the first to t
idicate his feelings toward the '
ice. Mr. Richards is a mem
ar of the railroad commission,
as served twelve years in the 0
Ouse. He is well known f
iroughout the state and in the V
)ys when whiskey was the Y
ttle song Mr. Richards stood i,
r prohibition. He was first a
>pointed a member of the f
mmission by Governor Ansel.
Mendel L. Smith has served g
~veral terms as speaker of the v
ise of representatives, He is r
1ble m: n, a capable speaker
stands high in secret orders.
Smitn is an excellent speak- (
1s a commanding appear- e
and numbers his friends t
thousands. He has not I
mounced the plank in his y
Chas. A. Smith is the present c
utenant governor. He is a_
el known business man and
advocate of prohibition. His
atform has not yet been an
R. I. Manning is well known )
roughout the state. He is a
~sident.of Sumter anid an able
isiness man of great executive
R. A. Cooper has made an )
cellent record as solicitor in )
e eighth circuit. He is able )
d will make a hard fight. )
Thos. H. Peeples is the "boy
;torney general." He has not
en in public life long enough
show whatever ability he
tay have. He has two years
which to demonstrate how )
uch lawv he knows. He was )
te first candidate in the field. )
It is generally believed that G. )
Rembert, member of the
use from Richland, will be a
Lowndes J. Browning, of Un
n, who made such a fiue rec
d as chairman of the ways
d means committee of the
>se in 1912, will very prob-a
y enter the race. He is a-suc
~ssful farmer and one of the
st known men in the state.
Dacusville Route 1.
The farmers are behind with
teir work on account of so
uch rain and bad weather.
Mrs. Margaret Mull, who has S
en1 very ill, is slowly improv
Miss Florence Sutherland en- r
!rtaied last week in honor of
.r school mates.
Misses IRuth Cannon anid
race Hutchings. of Pickens,
id (1uite a number of young
ople enjoyed the hospitality of
iss Sutherland d urii ne the
Avery Looper has accepted a a
)sitionl with the C. D. Stradlev
. in Greenville. We wish
m much success.
Miss Christine Sutherland, of
eken-, is visiting her parents,.
Ir. and Mrs. D. F. Sutherland,
Mahel, the little daughter of
r. and Mrs. J. M. Chastain
s been very sick with cold.
Mavin Hunt has been in
reenville the past few days on
Master William Suth6 land
d the misfortune to puta
t of place last Saturday mor
Mr. Ben C ffin visited his
Lother 1 . ela Easle'y.
Best wishes to The'sentinel. L
usMs C. 3 LtlOsLy, of -:0S K. St.,
W. VashingtviL, 1). C., writes : " I suf
fered wVita rheun tisin for tEve years
and I ii t j5 g. t bld of your Lin
g 1 0 l y kees do not lu in ant the
sw lling has gone."
Quiets the Nerves
ItS. A.WEIDAN, of403' Thom on
St., M1aryville M ., wits : -- " The
ierve in my leg was de.roved tiv-:
Years ago and left me with a jerking
at night so that I nculd tint sle!. A
friend told ine to try Your Liihaueni
and now I could Lot'd vt!tO. it. I
ind after its use I can deep."
"Is a good Linimen it on.
hand all the time. !:y.!}uiter
sprained her wrist and used your
Liniment, and it has not hurt her
of Selma, N. C.,
R.F.D., \o. 4.
At All Dealers
25c., 50c., $1.00
Sloan's book on
horses, cattle, hogs
and poultry seint
Oranges Grow in Pickens.
There are probably few people
rho kno ., that oranges, real or
nges, grow in Pickens, yet
here were some grown here last
ear and this.
Mrs. H. B. Hendricks, tihain
hom thereare no better women,
ns an orange bush thait bears
ruit regularly. Last year there
ere 77 oranges on it and this
ear there were 45. The fruit
not as large as the Florida or
nges, but has a very pleasant
As is well known. d--rs. Hen
ricks runs the Pickens Inn and
e traveling men are always
d when they get to Pickens
ere the can stop at this hos
Foyd Allen and his son,
tude, will die in the electi ic
air March 28, for shooting up
~Hillsville Court in Virginia,
t 4arch. Goy. Mann has re
ed to commute sentence.
atronize our classified col
SYOU can buy clothesi
choose the cloth fro
I have your measure
Smay or may not know how~
Sweeks to get them. You
they will be; you take a ch:
know whether they will be
The other way' is to
You choose the finished ga
duced by the best designer
a few minutus if the clothe
see our mark in them, t
h fnely tailored.
You can do it all in le
the' clothes home.
When you come to G
show you. REMEMBER
This will inform the reade
l at the old stand in "West
oks of Dry Goods, Underwe
ave ever carried, and my pric
oods can be sold for. A few
ght on prices.
A good Calico 5 cents.
A good Cotton Check 5c
Canton Fli.nnels 5, 8 r -3,
Men's heavy Fleeced Shir
Ladies' heavy Fleeced Ve:
Prepare for cold weather
good blanket. My shoe stoc
dprices the lowest. Don't
II have just received
best material in wood an
gies, wagons andu all kinu
how to (10 the work.
T also (10 first-class I
""" ou have no work.
way anc ' ver ouri
is orbw th, 1*
Pickens Route 1.
Mirs. S. H. Brown has been
Quif ick for awhile.
SAdie Leslie 5pent lact
aturday night with Miss L.
i11 Ada Haves spent last
Suda e~vening~ with Miss
31iss Nora anti Ada Sim
Ilons of the Enon section spent
last Saturday night wi\ithl lips
Mrs. S. P. Freeman has been
quite sick with grip.
Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Banks
spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Freeman.
Mrs. D. F. HIendricks visited
Mrs. S. H. Brown one day last
Miss Nora Simmons spent last
Sunday night with Miss Addie
Daniel Hayes gave the young
people a singing at his home
last Sunday evening. -
Tommie Trotter visited Char
1ey Freeman last Sunday after
3iss Ada Simmons spent la4t
Sunday night with Miss Ollie
Sam Chapman visited Fur
man Dodgens last Sunday.
Frank Smith visited Ernest
Trotter last Sunday evening.
I want Vou to cmei and gu
V ith mlie today. We :ar"e going
(1 : long journey: we are going
to travel with the aid of imagi
nation, we are going to get a
ticket and get on the fast nov
ing passenger train and we are
going through and we are not
coming back. See how fast we
are moving! If the train dots
not slow up for this curvye there
will be ianger of leaving the
tryk.~lt Oh hrorofh: Trs, it.
has left the track: CZ:n von not
hear the groans of the helpless
and dVing! Quick send a mes
sage to headquarters for help!
Here, help me wit.h this poor
man who is badly so crippled.
Young man, the above is im
aginary, but what I am going
to tell yo Inow is the simple
truth. If yon are goin through
this life drinking and gambling
our time away, if you are fol
lowingiwafter the deceitful lusts
of the flesh, if you are lying and
cheating your way through the
wxorld. I want to tell you that
yiou are moving faster than any
trin -oaid hell and eternal
rui. Sop!turn around and
look at your poor helpless body
that you are carrying to eternal
damnation. Send a messag e to
heaven for aid and when you
are satisfied that heaven has
answered your message, get up
i two ways. One way is to
m a piece of goods and
taken, by somebody who
and wait ten days to three
can't tell how becoming
mnce on the fit, you don't
well made or not.
buy ready-made clothes.
rment, the styles are pro- g
s in the woarid, you know in g
fit, You know when you y
at they're all wvool, and
ss than an hour, and wear
eenville drop in and let us
we re'und railroad fare,
~EENVILLE, S. C.
s of The S::ntine! Tm
End"', with one ot the Lest
ar, Notions and Shoes that I
s SHAL BE the lowest, that
price: will convince you we are
10oand 1:: 1-z cents.
ts 50 cents.
t and Pants 25 and 50 cents.
.hich is sure to come by buying
s complete, quality the best
fall to come to see me.
a comlelte line of the very
d iron for repairn g bug
s of vehicles, and T kn~ow\
oso-shoeing andl general
yout wish dlone call in any~
10e of material. '
iting office. PICKENS.
Suits rangeing in price
We have a large range
S ouaranteed to be all wool.
We are ready to take
or the suit is ours.
Our opening day is ev
Call and inspect our s,
Sole agents for Walk-'
Iron King Stoves. New Hom
Cll Wagons and Mitchell At
and repair the damages that
you have done to your body if
you can, but if you can't, start
towtrd heaven, though crippled
you are, and Jesus Christ will
I iold you by the hand and lead
You safely on into heaven from
whence we will take no more
It is my earnest prayer that
these fer words will be the
means of saving some poor soul
f mthe down ward road to hell.
The above is the writer's first
attempt at putting his thoughts
on paper, T. G. L.
INo one ever worked as hard
to be good as some men work to
be a "devil of a good fellow."
TRY SOLACE at Our Expense
M- niey Back for Aniy Case of
Rhamnatism, Neuralgia or Hleadach that
Solace Fails to Remove
SOLACE RtEMTEDYs is a recent medical dis
covery of three German scientists ihat dissolves
iriV .\id trystals and Purities the lBlood. It is
eatyy to take. and wiill not affect the weakest
It is :.uaranteed under the Pure Food and
i'rm;azs L:'w to be absolutely free from opiates
or hartnful drugs of any description.
SOL ACE is a pure specitie in every way, and
hats been proved beyo nd question to be the
su rest and quickest remedy for Uric Acid Trou
b:es knownm to medlical seience, no matter how
lor t:mmmlim:. It reaches~ and removes the root
ofthe trouble Utric Acidl) andi purities the
T H E iOACE CO.. of lhattle Creek. are the
Soet l'. S. .gents and have thousands of volun
t:ry test ihmonial iretters which have been receiv
ed Ifrom :grateful peOlde SOL ACE- has restoredI
to ~hti. Testimonoial letters, literature and
1i-:- E E n' sent u ponh request.
iI.ee Mlorris. Pre'-ident of the First National
Itank of Chico. Texas, wrote the Solace Comn
pany ams follows :
"want you t'o semi a box of Solace to my
faibe in Ilfemphis. Tenmi.. for which I enclose
i. Thi edy has teen used by some friends
if mine here and I must say its action was
i tern ut. (Signmed R. L. 31orris."
I'ut up in ''5c.,Oc and 51.00 boxes
IT'S MIEGHTY FINE TO BE WELL AND
Yor' CAN NOOiN lBE, So BY TAKING
SOLA CE. "No Specia! Treatment Schemes or
i-ees ".I CST sobACE- A LONE- does the work.
Write today for the free box, etc.
SOLA CE REM'vEDY CO., Battle Creek, Mich
Sate of South Carolina
County of Pickers
.. W. Cater, Plaintiff,
John Ellenburg and W. M. Brown, De
In pursuance of a decretal order in
the above statel case -by lHon. 3. W.
Devore. presiding judge, dated October
4. 1912. and! on file in the Clerk's office
of Pickens County. S. C., I will sell to
the highest bidder on salesday in April,
this being the 7th day of April, 1913
during the legal hours of sale at Pickens
Ciurt HIouse. S. C., the following tract
of land. to-wit:F
-'All that certain piece, parcel or*
ract of 'and situated in Pickens county
and Hurricane township. and having
the folio.wing marks and bounds. to-wit:
d:gitnw'g on at pine on Jeff Crenshaw
ine, thenmo south to mouth of Clark
lbanch. h'rnce up Clark's Branch on
north suid- of said branich, N. E. to Jeff
(rnhaw line, thence Jeff Crenshaw
lne to beginning ccrner, containing
-wfny-five (25) acres, more or less; it
belin;g a part of Billie Crenshaw land, or
fomeri1v owned hy kim.
Terms cnsh. Purchasers to pay for
pa pers and for recording same.
A. J. BOGG;S. I
Clerk's Sale. C .P
Sta'te of South Carlinma
Courtly of Pick--ns
In (Court of Commzon Pleas.
H. C. Hao'd et al. Plaintiffs
E * 1. 'ii5 et al, lefendants,
in. ousane of a decretal 'urder nade;
in J..m bhae stated case by His Honor,
s. W. . Shipp, ptresiding judge, dated
M m- 4, f11, and on file in the Clerk's
oe Pickens county, South Carolina. I
wusl S.41 rn a!esday in Apri3, 1913, dur
ing ' he legal hours for sale at P'ickens
. H .S. (., a five-ninths (.S-9) interest
i the following described tract of landi
Ito wit: All that piece, parcel or tract i
of lano lying and being in the State and
County above named. adjoining lanids
on the North, of Mrs. Elmira %artin,
on the East by Martin Terrel., on the;i
South and West by Miles Burgess, and.
containing sixty and one-fourth (60 1-4)
ares more or less, anid being the same
tract of land conveyed to James Day~
port by deed recorded in the .Cle'
ofice of Pickens county, S C - E
Terms of eale Cash. Pure aser or
purchasers to pay for - 'I papers and
recording of same.
A T . C.~C. P.
Thornley & Co.
ents for The International
ompanys line of Tailor
from $12-50 to $4000o.
of patterns, and every suit they make from $12.00 up is
your measure anytime, and guarantee fit and satisfaction,
tmples, and let us fit you up with your Easter suit.
Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty.
)ver and Boyden Shoes, Carhart Overalls, Hawes Hats,
e Sewing MachinesChase City and Babcock Buggies,Mitch
"Increase YOUR Yields Per Acre"
They Hzave Stood the Test
We are exclusive agents for the V-C
) goods in Pickens and have built up a firs~
(class trade on their "WANDO,' Brand,
which cannot be excelled for a cotton or
corn Fertilizer. Come in and get our
( pices on these goods.
SFolger, Thornley & Company ~
the public to know that I keep on hand a full stock of
GOLDSBORO and CORBIT BUGGIES, OLD '
HICKORY WAGONS and ALL kinds of FARM
I will sell top buggies, open buggies, end sprint
and side springs. One-horse wagons, two-horn
wagons. Every buggy and wago:n guaranteed to '
just as represented. I sell Meal and Hulls, also
CAPITOLA FLOUR. I handle High Grade Ferti
lizers, in fact Fertilizers of all grades. My motto is
a fair deal to everybody. Come and try me and be
I handle coffins, caskets and all burial supplies.
R. N. BA KE R
Norris, S. C.
You Know. Us
We are in business right here where you live. You are an
acquaintance, neighbor or a friend of our- This money-sc-'
if-'not-satisfied offer should prove the sincerity of otur claims.
When we say we believe we have l eiv :
the best laxative and back up our oecm -ec~e~ca:
statement with our unqualified prom- Thytd oein-eti
ise to return without uestion or ofsc hedhe bionc. d
formality the money paid us for it, betnrosesadohril
if it does not prove entirely sati-a ttna-uo natv oes
factory to you, we believe we are en
titled to your eenidence. - MkUsPoeTi
Our business suosesw and prestige
depend upon your eenidence in us. W at t oet u tr
We know we must seure and hold O
your confidence in order to get and adgtapcaeo ealOdr
keep your patronage. Therefore, we ~Ueafwo s pteetr
would not dare ake this offer if we bx hn fyuar o niey
were not Pesitively Gertain that we stsid oebc n elu n
sam pove ~z caimsfor o wilercompt rturn :. he mn y
youeah, neusns and otheeim.
YouMak prmse Pongyo Thisn
A.. i~ W wnotgyou oblicoe yourl torus
Ourexerinc wih hemanltes.ou mere afwor useuptheenir
oTnt yfoua notetre~ly
man reors w hve eceve frm rdlis ati e o rth f a tl ? n
that troe aoral h la m st pleilasmtyietrgemoe
andsaisacor bwe rme you paTs hem .
noowhofngTyo obiate Ourel Roisk
Theyaresoohin aneayiaeion Wo way aecoend Weaep
Thoe dohavcaused themng proe Orderhles fr orthen age rias
purgin oh re eassive ostpleasin ol an oer bae peole far
teuulpyiorlxte.Rexall eal Orderlies taote lie candy
Ordeyre soothing act easy in aton. Woeet tinrl boes.mmen teallc
srthe e ual th e er ve andal 8 teales 2c; 0 abl et, - o
musces of the bowels. Theyprempt Usaoe etbl
CTIOsts lae bea i Ordhat a Orerlies are ot sold by all drug. l
Yo ca uy Rlexall Orderlies la this somamunity only at our store:
* ..~ PICKENS DRUG CO.
There is a Rexall store in a 'q ,
eahespecian1y desi4e fear g
The Rexall Stor ilfr #i '"
3 ...... ..Ameleaa cratet Drg sore