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AnIL 10, 1913 i
r GARY HIOTT MANAGER
at Pic:ens Futomce si Second Olas
&ntinel is not responsible
,he views of its corres
h:e following article on tem
perance was written by A. L.
SSmethers, M. D., an honored,
deacon and superintendent of
the Sunday school of the First
Baptist church of Anderson and
read by him before the Saluda
Association at Barker's Creek
church in August, 1912. The1
'_ editor takes great pleasure in
giving it to the readers of The
Sentinel believing that it will
be appreciated by all. We
earnestly hpe that it will be
-carefully read and studied by
all our ren ders.
Report-on Temperance, read
e Saluda association July
We have passed the age of
timent in dealing with tem
rance problems, and nothing
ut a scientific, educational
campaign will accomplish what
ought to be done along this line.
Such a campaign has been be
in :the Saluda association.
emperance addresses have
been made by ministers, law
yers, doctors and others, during
the associational year,which we
feel sure will prove to be good
seeds sown .in good soil, and we
pray that it shall grow and grow
until there shall be gathered a
rich harvest of total abstainers,
who shall not only never cast,
their vote for rum in any form,
but who shall, in a loving!
Christian spirit, try to prevail
upon their neighbors and kins
men to do likewise.
Alcohol is a poisonous drug, I
and, as such, should be cofined
to the drug store, and never sold
as a beverage.
Effects on the body-The ali
mentary canal is a long. hollow.
be, extending thro~ugh the
.y-cavity, in. the economy
nature t tedfs of this tract
e b thfferentiated, so that
g teprocess of digestion,I
*assimilation and absorption, the
complicated human machine
grows and is constantly repair
S ing losses caused by labor.
Situated within the walls and
inl close proximity to this tract
are many glands, each of which
has a special duty to perform in
the above mentioned process.
Alcohol, (and by this term we
mean any beverage containing
alcohol, from the mildest beers
to absolute alcohol), by extract
Sing the water from the mucous
Smembrane lining of the mouth,
- ithroat and aesophagus and
-stomach, causes such thirst that
-one drink calls for another; also,!
s. because of its poisonous proper
. y, it~acts as a local irritant.
- . This local irritation long con
tinued, tends to produce chronic
you infiamation, which always mil
as the itates against the glandular se
Experiment has proven that
the hardening influence of alco
Ion dead tissue (the food) re
~ in and process of digestion
adcauses dilitation of the
stomnach This, in part, accounts
- forJ the rruding abdomen in
so r.:n - ersons addicted to the
a r r mg drink.
. peak of the infiu
acce lhol only on one of
the. :Calong the digestive
tr -M :Ever, that organ we
a..a when we are stupid, list
less and ill, though the fact is.
that we ourselves are to blame
Ifor having imposed on a good
organ that knows! no better
'1Tan to d~om i est under all cir
Strong drink is by far the
Dis~ate girls who are approaching the age
this iase. They are pale because th
eamplazion has a sickly greenish cast whi
ha. tK~~itality and if exposed to any iu
cold -dampness are liable to contract sorr
their whole future -lives. It is a most
relieve this conditi9aand bring back the
Itm palatable remedy, a fine, pleasant ta
seftVer, is no criterion of its efficacy.
- drmtly than the harsh, bitter tasting med<
- sitigsfirst dose and if used for a reasons
-:&appear, the spirits rise, the appetit,
the thin, vitiated blood is revil
cng ney life, strength and ent
SU'.IMONS 1DIE~NE C'
host frequent cause of cirrhosis
f the liver, a disease which is
bsolutely incurable, either
nedically or surgically. In this
lisease, the soft pulpy liver cells
hat you are acquainted with,
re replaced by connective tis
;ues,Sand the liver becomes a
small hard mass, almost entire
.y functionless, and the owner
ills an untimely grave because
de has lost the power of mastery
The blossom-I mean the red
nose of the tipler-is due to the 1
influence of alcohol upon the
circulatory system-the heart.,
arteries, veins and capillaries.
Here let me pause long enough
to say that in certain diseases,
as pneumonia, alcohol may be
used to an advantage as a stim
ulant, but should never be ad
ministered except at the direc
tion of a licened physician.
Effect on the mind-On the
mind, alcohol acts as a stimu
lant, and this is one of the chief
reasons why men drink. They
find it pleasant for a short time
but soon need more and more ot
the drug to produce and main
tain this pleasant sensation, and
so is brought about such dulling
and beclouding of the faculties
that a man does not begin to
equal his original self in mental
capacity, and loses all power to
control his own body.
Then, finally, because intel
lect and reason and judgment
have been dethroned, all the
centres except those controlling
respiration and heart-beat are
overcome, and he is paralyzed
in body and mind-a pitiable
creature, lower than the brute.
Effect on morals-S t r o n g
drink produces a pernicious
drug habit, and any evil habit
blights the moral nature, be
cause the individual loses con
trol of the will and consequent
ly cannot resist the power of the
habit itself, nor s ibdue the
stormy passions that are the di
rect out-growth of the same.
A little alcohol will often be
numb the moral sensibilities to
such a degree that men commit
sin and crimes that, for decen
cy's sake, we must not even
mention here, and which they,
in their sane moments, regret
many times with deep yet inef
The long continued use of the
drug, however, will make even
remorse impossible, and will
bring the helpless victim to the
place where he cares absolutely
nothing for his own good name,
nothing for his influence in the
community, nothing for the
awful tendency to wvard im becil
ity, in himself and in the gener
ations to follow him, nothing
for the probable criminal char
acter of his children, nothing
for the awful responsibility and
danger of leading men to hell,
nothing for his own soul, noth
ing, absolutely nothing that he
has forever shut himself away
from a gracious forgiving Fath
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of womahood are usually subject to
e blood is weak and watery. Their
sh gives the disease its name. They
nusual excitement. excessive labor or
ee disease that will disastrously effect
critical period. The right remedy to
rcsy hue of health is
tsting medicine. Its agreeable flavor,
It does the work expected of it more
:ines. It begins the restorative process
ble period, the misery, weakness and
becomes good, the sleep sound and
alized and goes coursing through the
ggy' to all parts of the body.
Price $1.00 Per Bottle.
newarry " a Kodalu
:Congre;man A. F. Lever of
the severth district has been
appointed .i life men:bar of tw e
b:ard of -rus. o Clems'.n
College to succeed the late R.
Fred H. Dominick. an attor
ney of Newberry. and Governor
Blease's campaign manager, on
last Thursday assumed his du
ties as assistant atorney gener
al of the state.
In the priniary on the 1st in
stant for eongressmfan to suc
ceed Hon. George S. Legare,
deceased, in the First congreS
sional district. R. W. Whaley
led with E. W. Hughes a close
second. These two men will
At a meeting of the b:aid of
trustees Wednesday, the gov
ernor introduced a resolution
calling for the resignation of I)r.
S. C. M itchell. as president of
the University of South Caroli
na. The resolution was put to
a vote and was indorsed by the
governor. the other members
The South Carolina 13.iptist
Hospital, an institution to be
supported by the Baptist de
nomination of the State, will be
established in Columbia at an
early date. Other cities made
liberal offers to secure the sani
tarium but the committee felt
that the future growth and
development of the institution
would be greater and that it
would be more conveniently lo
cated in Columbia.
Sloan's Liniment gives
quick relief for cough, cold,
hoarseness, sore throat,
croup, asthma, hay fever
M r. AL.ERT W.PRICE,of Fredonia,
Ran., writes: We use Sloan's Lini
ment in the family and find it an ex
cellent reii for 'olds and hay fever
attacks. it stops coulhing and areez
ing almost instantiy.
RELIEVED SORE THROAT.
Mas. L. BRlEWER, of ode lo,Fla,
writes: " I bought one bottle or youur
Liniment and it did me all the good in 1
the world. 31y throat was very sure,
and it cured me~ of my trouble."
GOOD FOR COLD AND CROUP.
Mn. W. H. STRANCE, 3721 Elmiwod
Aveue, chicago Il. writes: "*A it
the mother sloan's Liniment to try.
She gave himi thre e drops on. sugar
before going to bed, and he got up
without the croup in the morning."
a ,.*. EarlS.Sloanl
Colored People Express Thanks.
To the Trustees of the Wolf
Creek, District 29, Colored
School, Messrs. S. Simmons,
A. Mann and J. P. Whitmire,
Trustees of Wolfe Creek Dis
Sirs-We, the patrons and
guardians of the colored school
at Cross Roads in Wolfe Creek
District, No. 29, in mass-meet
ing assembled, March, 81, 191:3,
hereby express our appreciation
and gratefulness to von in your
unstinting interest and liberal
consideration of our school, in
the extenuation of its term. We
have been made to feel that you
are magnanimous in spirit and
considerate in the scholastic af
fairs. We potently affirm that
our boys and girls have been
improved and greatly advanced
because of your sincere disposi
tion. Since we are the happy
and sensitive recipients of these
visible and substantial results,
we have sought this medium to
acquaint you of how orofoundly
satisfied we have been with the
school, its management, and
teacher, and offer here our sane
thanks to you, and further. gra
cioslyv ask that you continue to
feel and see our mioral and edu
cational nieeds and1 in your wise
and fahir way helo us continu
osly. to ajmeliorate ti'em.
Jonni C. Gibbes,
A. G. Bowen,
Pains In the Stomach.
If you continually (comfplain of
pains in the stomach, andl you~r
liver or kidneys are ont of order.
Neglect may lead to dropsy.
kidner trouble. diabetes or
Bright's disease. Thousands ree
ommend Electric Bitters as the
very best stomach and1 kidney
medicine made. T. H. Alston,
of Raleigh, N. C., who suffered
with pain in the stomach and
back. writes: "My kidneys were
deranged and my liver did not
work right. I suffered much,
but Electric Bitters was recom
mended and I improved fr
the first dose. I now feel
new man-" It will imp
too. Only 5%,O,
No. 74 WALKING WI
(Dedicated to my friends, N. B. Hluggins an
LArn E. NEWELL. 1
1. Stead - fast - ly walk - iu.; my
,. Waik -jir with Je - s: ibrout
3. Lord, I would prai'o Thee, Thy
' - - - -A -
vis - ion of beau - tv to
cure till the jour- ney is
tol Thee, and crown Thee my I
-- ~-JA-A--- -A- -
love lights the way, Home-ward t
ii - cient for ine, Joy - fill - I
con -fort - ing me, While I a
CHonUs. D.S.-Bless us, wh
On - ward
Onward and upward Thou leadest Th
near Bv Thy throne,There to a
Copyright, 1913, by
Mc). \Weams, the autio
)opular songs; a iisic teach(
several states; a soloist, and d
rable note will have charge (
ival services to be held at th
entral, S. C., beginining Ai
All are invited to atte n.
fr. Bowen Spoke
A very enthusiastic meetinei
-as held at the Dacusyill.
:hool house last week in the in
:.rest of the Boys' Corn Club
nd the Girls' Tomato Club.
fr. TI. A Bowen made an ad
ress telling of the work of
[ese clubs. P'rof. James L.
atson, principal of the Dacus
ille school also made a talk en
orsing the work. Nine boys.
iz: Argus Looper. Sam Hunt.
am Aiken, Henry Hunt, Ollis
utherland. Baily Looper. Joe
[unt, Kent Hogsed and Clint
ot inson applied for : nembe~r
sip in the Pickens Coni
~oys' Corn Club and ten gdis.
~iz: Lillie Ferguson, Cora Juli
~n, Lizzie Robinson. Bernice
Eooker, Louise Jones, Nannie
[ae Jones, Gladys Hill, Myrtle
alley, Essie Looper and Nettie
utherland applied for member
aip in the Pickens County~
irls' Tomato Club. Tih e i r
ames have been forwarded to
:e county superintendent of
lucation for enrollment. Thley
rill meet and elect their local
Youcan buy clothes in t
choose the cloth from
have your measure ta
Smay or may not know how; a
Sweeks to get them. You c;
Sthey will be; you take a chan<
know whether they wvill be w<
The other way is to 1
SYou choose the finished garn
Sduced by the best designersi
a few minutes if the clothes fi
see our mark in them, tha
h fnely tailored.
You can do it all in less
Sthe clothes home.
When you come to Gree
Sshow you. REMEMBER we
SMITH & E
~) "Increase YOUR 3
(They Have Stc
WVe arc exclusive a.
goods. in Pickens and 1V
( lass trade on they.i
which cannot beec
corn Fertilizer.: Cor
rices on these g-oods.
1 0. S. Brock, Hendersonville, G. C.)
:c D. WEAM, March, 14th., 1913.
Say - iour with thee, Life is a
1 tempest or sun, Safe and se -
good-ness would sing, I would es -
me, Joy gilds the jour-ney, Thy
one, Trust-ing Thy grace is suf -
dug, Ev - er Thy pres-ence is
mansions of in - fin - ite day.
walk- ing my Say-iour with Thee.
n walk-ing dear Say-iour with Thee.
ile walk-ing dear Sav-iour wi th Thee.
iue own, Un - to the por-tals that are
lore Thee, for - ev - er we'd be.
%fc D. Weans.
1 of T iIS and many other
,r that is well-known iII
irector of music of consid
f the mullisic I n- L l1g the re
e Frst Baptist churttvch at
wil 1"tI h;t, and con1tlinuirn
If you sueer Stomach Troublo
and you try our rerneiy, t won'
cost you a cent if it fails.
To prv to y":; th:.t i::dar-:tion
and dyson. !h t:r-uhliy re
1ieve.d :od a t i :1 ?) a
Tablets wili do it, we will furnish
the miedicine absolutdly free if it
fails to give you sutidaction.
The remarkable success of RoxalJ
Dyspepsia Tahlets is due to the high
degree of scientific skill used in de
vising their forrmulat as well as to the
care exercised in their manufacture,
whereby- the well-known properties
of Bismuth-Subnitrate an~d Pepsin
have beenf properly combiined with
earmninatives and other agents.
Rismuth-Subnitrate and Pepsin
a, constantly employed and recog
ize.d by the entire medical profes
sion as invaluable in the treatment
of indigestion and dyspepeia. Their
proper combination makes a remedy
invaluable for stomach relief.
we are so ecrtain that there is
noti:.g so good for stomach ills as
RexallI Dyspepsia Tablets that we urge
you to try them at our risk. Three
sizes, ::5 ments, 50 cents, and $1.00.
You ca~n buy Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
in this comm~unity only at our store:
PICKENS DRUG CO.
Icken ~. EO.~StoN South
_ckns ' _h _ So_ Carolna
There is a Rexall Store in nearly evere town
ir.d city in the United States. Canada an'l
Great Britain. There is a different Rexali
Remedy for nearly evecry ordinary human ill
mach especially designed for the particular ill
l'or which it is recommended.
The Rezall Store. are Arnerica's Createst
wo vays. One way is to
a piece of goods andl g
ken, by somebody who 3
nd wait ten days to three 2
an't tell how becoming 3
:e on the fit, you don't 3
all made or not.
>u ready- made clothes. N
e~nt, the styles are pro- n
n the world, you know in M
t, ou know when you y
tthey're all wool, and y
than an hour, and wear
:nville drop in and let us
refund railroad fare,
ields Per Acre"
~od the Test (~
gents fori the \- )
.a built upI a hrd
Alled for a cotton or
ne [in anid ge ou)
y & Company
Of one lot of dress gc
This lot consists of
Dimities, White Goods. V
These goods retailed
them at exactly half price.
They are not damage<
you will find them on our :
Don't miss this oppor:
every time } ou come in ou
that we are closing out at a
Sole agents for Walk
Iron King Stoves, New Hon
ell Wagons and Mitchell A1
Pickens Man "Unbelts" Gold.
H. H. Hunt, district passen
aer agent for the Rock Island
lines, in Atlanta, had the shock
of his life when a man who said
he was a native of Pickens, S.
C., walked into his office andi
literally unbelted 24 ounces of
gold coin on his desk.
Hunt was busily engaged
(luring the morning. Looking
up from his desk during the
rush hour he noticed a tall fel
low in the dress of a farmer
standing at his side.
"I want two tickets, first
class, from here to Gridley, Cal
ifornia," said the man, "how
Hunt named the price.
The stranger leisurely unbut
toned his shirt and pulled out a
money belt. From it's leathern
fold he shook out 24 ounces of.
85 gold pieces. The money
weighed just that much at the
Coughs and Consumption.
Coughs and colds when neg
lected, always lead to serious
trouble of the lungs. The wisest
thing to do when you have a
cold that troubles you is to get a
bottle of Dr, King's New Dis
covery. You will get relief from
the first dose, and finally the
cougah will disappear. 0. H.!
Brown, Muscadine, Ala., writes:
"My wife was down in bed with
an obstinate cough, and I hon
estly believe had it not been for
Dr. King's New Discovery, she
would not be living today."
Known for forty-three years as
the best remedy for coughs and
colds. Price 50c and $1. Rec
ommended by the PickensI
Drug Co. adv.I
! 1st, Piano; 2n
S4th, Steel Rang
u At Your O0
Our plan is this: Yo
in envelope and mark BIE
Sopening bids. Mail this 1:
(all the bids will be turned
The party making th
Sabove articles that he may
Be sure to state in Yo
name and address.
Should yo bid on m<
This is no fake, but w'
he hihest bid.
Remember, no bids et
The above articles are
u~ G. B. HAMILTON, Se(
~ebuy and s,
Thornley & Co.
:cIAL SALE -
gods carried over from last season.
Percale-, Dress Ginghams, French Ginghams, Lawns,
forsteds and Cashmeres.
from ioc yd. to $I.oo per yard, and we are going to sell
I any way, but we have decided to close out one lot, and
tunity. It will pay you to look over our remnant counter
r store, for you will always find some good things on it,
bout half price.
Thornley & Co.
.Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty.
Over and Boyden Shoes, Carhart Overalls, Hawes Hats,
ie Sewing Machines,Chase City and Babcock Buggies,Mitch
Pickens Railorad Company,
TIME TABLE No 12.
SUPEREDES TIME TABLE No. 11.
EFFECTIVE JUNE 15th, 1?11.
No. 1 No. 3No. 5 INo. 2 NO. 4 No. 6
Mix'dMix'dMix'd 3I Mix'd Mix'd Mix'd
A. M. A. M. P. M. Lv. Ar.'A. M. P. M. P. M.
7.3011.0oo 3.15 PICKENS 9.10 1.50 4.35 "'
7.35 1I.05 3.20 *:FERGUSON 9.05 1.45 4.30
7.45 II.15 3.30 *:PAsoNs 8.55I -35 4.20
7.50 I1.20~ 3-35~ *ARIAIL 8.55 '-30 4-15
7.55 1-.55. 3.40: *MAULDIN 8.45 1.25 4-10
8.oo 11.30 3-5 EASLEY 8.40, 1.20 4.05
_______ Ar. Lv.
"Flag Stations-No Agents.
No. 1 connects with Southern No. 42
No. 3 connects with Southern No. 39
No. 3 connects with Southern No. 39.
No. 3 connects with Southern No. 12
No. 4 connects with Southern No. 12
No. 4 connects with Southern No. 39
No. 5 connects with Southern No. 11
For any further information ap~ply to
J. T. TAYLOR,
dI, Organ; 3rd, Sewing Machine; R
e;5th, Victor Talking Machine H
Make A Secret Bid
u make a bid on any one or all of the above articles; seal J(
, so it will not be opened until May Ioth, date set for )(
id to us and we will file it away until the above date, when
over to a disinterested committee to be opened.
highest bid will be the purchaser of any one or all of the
air bid, what article you are bidding on, and sign your full
re than one article, use a separate sheet of paper for each )
ill be a positive sale, to any responsible party sending in
m be accepted after 1 2 o'clock, May t oth.
now on exhibition at our store. Call and see them.
Yours very truly,
11l milk cows. INTI.'j.TPAID 01% DEPOSITS .