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PICKENS, S. C.:
MAY 29, L913
GARY HIOTT MANAGER
,:,~ t rcd at p1,Cgen% restOice ad Srrotid a
The Sentinel is not responsible
for the views of its corres
The U. D, C.
'he work of the U. D. C., is
of inestimiable value and far
reaching in its scope. Fro1
the time of its organizationI
twenty yeats ago, its growth
has been phenoininal.
\Vith the imneory of the pa
t riot isni an1d heroism of the
womten of the sixties as its
heritage, the U. D. C. has
pledged itself to much: -The
care of tih living, devotion to
the lead, loyalty to the past
and its traditions, and a faithful
effort, to instill into the youin11
of Ihe country its true h istor',
with a loving reverence fori
those who made it.
The South Carolinai. (i ivision
and the Pickens ('iapter U. ).
C. are not in the leatst behind
their sister Ilhinght ers, anid not
the least work o the 1'ickens
Chapter is the day of pleasure
which they\ annually give to
the \eerans of the ('onivt.
While they are interted'(1 in
all co-operat ive work and the
erection of itnonit ninents, and con
titniie largely to Ihe cause of
edeation, their nist loving
service is gi venl to hie \'eterans
of their own ('oint V. The little
btoniz(' cioss worn b)y one hunii
(redl and1(1 (iglhty-two of thenm
hear Ieslitnoiny to the apprecia
tion of their valor by the Pick
ens Chapter. I set everV Veteran
1) present On J une 3rd and let
the descendants of t he noble
nien and w\olnien who uphel(I
the rights of the onuth join the
U. l). (. in lah ilig the eleventh
annual re-rIlliol of fit' Sirvivors
a day.V(Of real pleeiire.
c4 Glorious 'Record.
Ini a1 speech of greatOi (lIoiene
and p11 ower dlli veied b lefor(e a
very large auidienice of Picken1s
A Palatable Medicine especially
prepared to relieve and cure lhe
dIseases wblch ulteci wemen
This excellent medicine is not only
-successful in conquering the pain
ful and prostrating diseases that
attack the female generative system
but it is exceptionally pleasant to
take. The usual rule that the nastier
the medicine the moro effective it
is, is reversed in the case of Squaw
Vine Wino. It is one of the pleas
antest of medicines. The fresh
juice of a well ripened sweet orange
is not more agreeable. It is indeed
a happy combination of sweet herbs
compounded wvith just enough
spirits to keep it fresh and active in
its medicinal effect. Poor, tired
mothers, worn out with the cares
of a family and househol, and suf
fering from those distressing aches,
bearing down pains and nervousness
which women only know, revive
wonderfully under its strengthening
and exhilirating influence, it eases
pain, strengthens weakened parts,
corrects irregularities, builds up
a strong, vigorous body, restores
brightness to the eye and color to
Sold by Druggista and Dealers
Price $1 Per Bottle
C.F.SIMMONS MEtDICIN8 CO.
ST. L-OUIS, MISSOURI
KEIiOWICIC PH ARMACY
noNorEPS WhAK rr~~
county people the' Hon. Mendel
L, Snith :aid, "I thank God
hat I stand In the presence of
)eople whom the court records
leclare to be the most law-abid
ng people in the state." The
)eople of Pickens county ought
o be proud of such a record.
'hero must be some cause to
)roducc such results or to create
Such a condition. What is it?
We would like for about one
hundred answers to come from
our readers telling us in a few
words the cause for this good
state of affairs. Some might
Say it is because we have fewer
-olored people. That won't do
ecause other counties have as
Few as we have. Surely our
awyers and juries have some
>f the honor. Then the news
papers must come in for a share.
Then again our preachers and
churches must have a hand in
this glorious work. Surely our
schools and teachers have done
some good work. Pickens coun
ty has a good, sterling citizen
ship who stand for the right
and fight. against; the wrong.
Let our readers send in their
o)iniOnis (In a postal card telling
1us wlhy V(' have the best county
in tih state and we will be glad
to gi v'0e their answers in The
Senitinel. We think it will be
interesting and helpful to all.
Old Soldier's Day.
On the 3rd (lay of June the
wvonen of this conlnunity will
join with the men in celebrating
in honor of the Conf ederate Sol
liers and in renmebrance of
the birthday of the chieftain of
the Confederacy, Jefferson Da
When we see the "boys" on
that day with tottering steps
and husky, faltering voices it
will till our hearts with love and
reverence for them, and give mi
great pleasure to do what we
can to cheer them and maki
them feel their services in th
Past a'e appreciated, Only a
few short; years, at iiost, shal
pass unt-il these re-unions wil
be o m lore0. The feeble fornu
of those wvho are left are ben1i
wvith the wveight of year's and
one by one t hey are cr'ossing
T1he dau gh ters of the Con fed
er'acy ask that the citizens of
tihe surrouindling country join
them in showving love and honoi
to those who shoulered a mus
ket for' us andl help make this
on1e mor0e good day.
These (lays are fast passing an(
the dear old soldier will not b(
here many more years. It h
our duty to showv love and( r'e
spect to them andl teach on
childrIen to dto likewvise.
A nlation 01' a people neOve
amoun11t to mullch who do 1n0
pr'eser've its t radlitions and re
membl~ler its great leaders. Then01
too, we want to r'emeimber' thos
wvho were not great leaders bu
pri vates wvit~h hlearts as great a
(oer bea~t beneath t.he tattere<
coat of gray and( whose chival
r'ous blood was spilled for
Come everyvbody andl help u:
make this a great day for th<
Mr's. C. E. Robimson.
For' Sale-One mule, t w<
mIInhes to pick from. Can hava
chi~ce. Weight about 700 lbs
Ages 10 and 6 year's. 1-ealti
ages and wor'king qualities guar
anteed to be just as I irepresent,
Cash or good papers. C. L
Cr'aig. Pickens, Route 4.
On April 21st 1913, the death
angel visited the home of Z. H.
Smith and took from them their
youngest child, Alonzo, who
would have been 21 years of age
some time in July. Alonzo was
a good boy, but never professed
religion until about two weeks
before his death. He then said
he was ready and that lie had
been with the Lord. His body
was laid to rest the day follow
ing his death at Nine Forks
cemetery. '1'he pallbearers
were: Willie Hunt, Roy Aiken,
Doyle Dacus, Frank Trainum,
Thornas Hughes and Frank
Smith. The funeral services
were conducted by Freeman
Epps. 'rho family have the
sympathy of the whole con
Miss Maud Looper who was
burned April the 6th, died April
the 25th sufering 11) (lays. She
was buried the day following
her death at Nine Forks ceme
terv. She was a member of
Nine Forks church and was
about 17 years of age. The
family have the sympathy of
the entire community.
On May the 10th while Mr.
Jack M. Looper was preps-ring
to re-cover his barn the scaffold
on which the men were working
fell and seriously injured two
men. Mr. R. J. Hughes, age
50 years sustained a broken leg
and was otherwise considerably
bruised, Mr. H. A. Looper also
had his ankle broken and was
bruised up. Dr. W. M. Ponder
was quickly summoned and set
the broken bones. Both men
are resting well at present.
S. L. Robinson, mail carrier
on route 1 has purchased a new
Ford automobile. We guess if
he intends to carry the mail in
his car he will have to carry
suitable tools and work out th.
hill from Carpenter's creek tc
Steve Raines, foi Bowen an(
Craig have not worked it and il
doesn't look like they are going
There is very little cotton ui
to a stand in this section on ac
count of the dry wveather anm
the farmers have niost got~ th<(
Best wishes to the Sentine:
and all its readers.
Johnie on the Spot.
For the Weak and Nervous
Tired-out, w eak. nervous mer
and women would feel ambi
tious, energetic, full of life and
always have a good appetite, i
they would (10 the sensib~le thint
for health- take Electric Bitteis
Nothing ketter for the stomach
liver or kidneys. Thlouisanid
say they owe their lives to thi
-wonderfuil home remedy. Mrs
|0. Rhinevault, of Vestal Cente
N. Y., says: "'I regard Electri,
Bitters as one of the greatest, 0;
gifts. I can never forget whai
it has (lone for me."' Get i
h)ottle yourself andl see what i
(difference it will make in you:
health, Only 50c and $100
Recoinimend(ed1 by Pick em
The Very Latest
in the useful little ornamnents
and accessories that add sc
much to the success of a wo.
man's appearance are all In
cluded in our new stock of
Come In and look oyer some
of the new things we are dis
You will see many that are
wvell within the means of those
whose incomes are limited.
Whether You Use
Calomel or Not
You Will Realize How Much
Better for You This Safe
The liver, is such a delicate
organ that most people have
learned from experience the
danger of flogging it into action
with the dangerous drug calo
mel. Pickens Drug Co., sells
and recommends Dodson's Liver
Tone, a pleasant-tasting, harm
less vegetable liquid that en
courages the liver, relieves con
stipation and biliousness with
out restriction of habit or diet.
There are no bad aftor-effects
from taking Dodson's Liver
Tone. It does just what it is
intended to do and no more.
Dodson's Livt r Tone cannot
harm either children or grown
ups and is an excellent preven
tive of chronic liver troubles.
Pickens Drug Co., sells Dod
sons Liver Tone for 50 cents per
bottle and every bottle sold is
guaranteed to give satisfaction,
and you get your money back
without a question if it fails
you. Some remedies are sold in
imitation of Dodson's Liver
'Tone-look out for them. Re
member the guarantee.
Farm for Sale.
FOR SAL iE-One farm situat
ed 5 miles from Pickens, Pump
kintown road, 100 acres, 60 acres
in cultivation, balance in pasture
and timber land. Land in good
state of cultivation. Terms i
cash, balance easy
Apply to J. B. Jones,
15-jul Pickens, Route 4.
Folger, Thornley & Co. X
New Spring Oxfords
A complete line for men, women, boys and children.
The Godman & Zeigler Oxfords for children and ladies.
The Walkover andjBoyden for boys.and men.
Endicott, Johnson & Company's line in a cheaper grade for boys and men.
Inlall leathers, in all styles, and at all prices.
T CLOSE OUT
We have about sixty pairs of Boyden Oxfords carried over from last season, in
good styles. Former price $6.oo to close out at $4.oo. Let us fit you up with your
spring oxfords and make your feet glad.
Folger, Thornley & Coe
Clothing, Shoes. Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty.
Sole agents for Walk-Over and Boyden Shoes, Carhart Overalls, Hawes Hats,
Iron King Stoves, New Home Sewing Machines,Chase City and Babcock Buggies,Mitch
ell Wagons and Mitchell Automobiles.
Dr. King~s Now Life Pills will
relieve constipation promptly '. '*="=' PICKENS BAY'
and get your'bowels in healthy
condition again. John Supsic, PICKENS, S. C
Sanbury ,Pa., says: "They are CAPITAL
the best pills I ever used and I 4NDSURPLUS XJLF, W
advise everyone to use them for '
constipation, indigestion and INTEREST PAID ON DEPOT _
liver complaint." Will help J. McD Bruce President..
you. Price 25c. Recommend- 1. M. Mauldin. Cashier.
ed PCy Pickens Drug Co.
ARE THE KEYNOTE OF YOUR APPEARANCE
and a graceful carriage.
Including all the very latest Spring models in -
Oxfords, Slippers and Pumps.
Ladie's low cuts in white canvas, white nu
buck and white linen.
Ladie's lo w cuts in tan.
Ladies low cuts in black.
Men's Low Cuts
In all leathers and all styles from the low flat heels
of the English. lasts to the fuller toes and higher
heels. If it's new, stylish and worth wearmg you
will find it here, and, at a price that yo. will
School Shoes for Growing Girls and Boys
We make a specialty of children's Shoes, from baby's first soft I A
soles to the hard wearing, tramping Shoes built to stand the rough
usage of the healthiest Boy Scout.
When in Greenville give us the pleasure of helping you
solve the Shoe question. We are near the corner of Main and
Washington, the busiest corner between Atlanta and ,harlotte.
All interui ban cars arrive and leave within four seconds walk
of our door.
Pride, Patton & Tilman
~The Shoe People]
GREEN VILLE, S. C.