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PIUENS, S. C
- M3 cH 5, 1914.
ntered it Pickens PSomce szSecond Class
The Sentinel is not responsible
for the views of its corres
The slit skirt is not a closed
incident, by any means.
For our part, they can keei
those old Chinese eggs at home.
We have got out of the habit,
The State wants to know what
bas become of the old-fashioned
man who used to snicker at thE
jokes in the almanac. They'r
still snickerin'-in Easley.
An enpty st6ve is a mighty
poo elace to .hide whiskey, es
pecialy during the progress of a
bfizardorwhen there is athirsts
nigger about the house.
'Woman can- handle the sew
Ing liacbine, the washing ma
chinda -the typewriter, by
she should beware of the poit
ical machine-it's dangerogs!
There isn't much di.erenc
between the Huerta piowd an(
4he Villa mob-the whole bunci
are 'murderers, --lcoters an(
thieves according to all accounts
There's a new-U~ngled Frencl
slit skirt, desi gng especially fo:
erican. women, on the wa'
- - from gay Paree." d:
theseWgngn' ' tistes" keep or
there will nothing left of tho
skirt tut the slit.
W. S. West, a lawyer of Val
dostaf Ga.., has been appointe<
by Governor. Slaton as Unite<
'tats seidator to fill out the un
exired terma of the late Senato
0. 1B.con. Mr. West wil
&e~1Itil No -ember, when
election will be held.
In Chicago last Tuesday thi
'women voted for the first timi
n a regular political primary
In some of the voting precinct
the, gallant election clerks put ui
mirrors, so the fair voters coul<
see that their votes-and hats
'were on stright.
Commenting on the fact tha
there was only one holiday fo
the banks to observe in th
month of February, the Char
lotte Observer suggests tha
Ground Hog Day be made ai
excuse. What's the matter wit.
Goosebone Day, making thre
There is a great-so-do in som
quarters because it is said tha
there is a million-dollar deficit i:
the postoffice department. Hov
about the deficit in the war, the
navy, the pension and the othe
departments? All of them are
supposed to be operated for thi
benefit of all the people; why
single out one department tha
*Senator Owen, of Oklahoma
has introduced a bill in the sen
ate that, if mad'e into law, wil
be a blessing to this country
The bill proposes to shut out o:
interstate commerce all the pro
ducts of child labor "in mine anm
quarry, in mill and cannery, ir
workshop and factory, and guar
antee to the children of the na
tion the opportunity w h i ci
should be afforded by the re
'' a'How's Tiis?
We offer One Hundred Dolars Re
yrard for any case of Catarrh that
cannOt be cured by Hall's Catarrh
. 3. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. 0.
Vharey orthe last2 years, and be e
him perfectly honorable in all business
transaetions and financianly able to carry
out any obligations made by his firm.
NATIONAL BAK OF CONDIERCE,
Ball's catarrh Cure is taken internally.
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials
sent free. Price 'Z cents per bottle. sold
by all Dra~ggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
HOUSEHOLD expenses mount up.
ical, is liable to LACK BUS:
methods in your home by teac
3ANKING. She will enjoy her new
ably surprised to note the saving at t:
A BANK ACC(
Pickens County Ministerial Union
The pastors of the town deem
ing the time propitious for closer
fellowship. urged each other to
come together and discuss the
matter of permanent organiza
tion. The meeting was held in
the pastor's study at the Baptist
Rev. D. W. Hiott was elected
president, E. V. Babb, vice-pres
ident, and John D. Hailer, sec
The time and place of meeting
will be at 2 o'clock following the
first and third Sundays in the
pastor's study at the Presbyte
- All of the preachers of the
county were invited and urged
to join us, "That our coming to
gether might help each other
with his peculiar difficulties.
promote Christian fellowship,
and advance the kingdom of our
At the reglfar meeting the
followin- preachers were pres
ent:. John A. Sander, W. P.
Hdland, C. D. Waller, W. T.
bbot, R. H. Lupo,. D. P. Hud
son, T. C. Durham. E. V. Babb.
D. W. Hiott, John D. Holler. J.
We are expecting every preach
er in the county to be present ai
our next meeting. Topic foi
discussion: "Sunday S c h o o
Work." JNo. D. HOLLER,
Easley, S. C. Secretary.
Following is the program oj
the fifth annual convention o
the Pickens county Sunda3
school association to be held it
- the Methodist chui ch, Pickens
S. C., March 12, 1914:
r 10. Song service.
1 10.20. Scril ture reading an(
prayer by Rev. L. E. Wiggins
The Needs of Our County
E. V. Babb, county president
11. How Organized Sunda,
School Work Can Help U
SMeet Our Needs- I E. Wallace
11.30. Appointing commit
tees, announcemnents, by th
t 11.45. Open conference, le<
1by B. D. Jones,
S2. Song service.
t2.20. Reading Scripture an:
S2.30. The School Outside th
Walls (a) The Home Depart
Sment -John C. Bailey Jr. (b
The Cradle Roll.
3.30. Reports of Townshil
Presidents-H. A. Boggs, W
i4. General business.
7.30. Song service.
7,3.5. The Organized Class
What It Is, How to O-ganize I
-Capt. J. T. Taylor.
8.15. Our Teaching Force
Improving It, Recruiting It
W. S. Meyers.
8.45. Song. Onward Christiar
Soldiers, by the congregation.
Chamberlain Tablets for
Fo constipation, Chamber
lain's Tablets are excellent.
Easy to take, mild and gentle
in effect. Give them a trial.
For sale by all dealers.-Adv.
aIk T6is Over
The wife, no matter how econom
ENESS METHODS. Install business
hung your wife the simple ART OF
responsibility and you will be agree
e end of the month.
~Pickens. S. C.
You Can't Earn Money
When You're Laid Up
There aie a lot of people in
this town who .'annot afford to
be sick. Perhaps none of you
feel that you can, but certainly
some of you can't, for as soon as
vou are sick your wages stop
and worry and debts begin to
pile up. The sensible thing, for
you to do, as soon as you feel
run down and worn out, no mat
ter what the cause, is to take
something just as quick as you'
can to build up strength and I
health. Make yourself morel
comfortable and provide against
We don't believe there is any
other medicine made that will
do as much towards saving your
health and thus helping vou save i
your money as Rexail Olive Oil'
Emulsion. Is is a medicine thati
gets right at the trouble and re-!
lieves it by toning the nerves,
enriching the blood, and giving i
new stiength and health to the
whole body. It doesn't do this!
by means of alcohol or habit
forming drugs, because it con
tains none Its strength and
health-giving power is due to
pure Olive~il and the Hypophos
phites, long endorsed by success
ful physicians, the one for its
food value, the other for its tonic
value. Here, for the first time,
they are combined,'and the re
sult is a real nerve, blood and
body building medicine-a real
strengthener that we are proud
to tell you about. You don't
need to hesitate in using it, be
cause if it doesn't do all we say
it will and satisfy you in every
way, it will cost you nothing. If
it doesn't make vou strong and
well again, come back and get
your money. It will be given
vou without word or question.
Sold only at the more than 7,000
Rexall Stores, and in this town
only by us. $1.-Pickens Drug
Co., Pickens, S. C.-Adv.
Twelve Mile Locals
There seems to be a general
epidemic of colds in this com
munitv and several cases of
We are glad to state that Mr.
Ralph 'Murphy, who has been
very sick with pneumonia, is im
Friends of "Uncle Nelse" Bol
ding are sorry to hear that he
has been suffering with a severe
case of pneumonia. We hope to
- see him out soon.
N Mrs. J. M. Gillespie, of Pick
ens route 2,is visiting her daugh
ter, Mrs, J. A. Robertson, of Sa
lem, S. C.
The first quarterly conference
of the Norris circuit will be held
at Twelve-Mile church on Sat
urday and Sunday, March 7 and
8. Let everyone who can come
and hear Rev. P. F. Kilgo, pre
siding elder of the Greenville
district. Preaching at110o'clock
.A number of the people from
Sthe T welve-Mile vicinity attend
- ed the singing at Mountain View
) Sundiay, Feb. 1.5.
The friends of Mrs. Kate Bol
ding were sorry to hear of her
sudden illness on last Thursday
-Rev. J. T. MacFarlane preach
ed an excellent sermon atT welve
Mile on fourth Sunday afternoon
to an attentive congregation.
For Tnfants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought1
Signatuzre of aX(4 '
This is one of the ma
important events we ha'
ever announced, and it pr
sents an exceptional oppc
tunity to all range users1
know more about cookir
and baking and the oper
Stion and care of a range.
This event wvill take pla<
Lat our stor e Friday and Se
Surday, March 13-14.
We have s eeu r e
direct from the largest sto'
plant in the world, the Je'
Sel Stove Expert Demionstr
4tor,to conduct demonstratic
To add interest and cu:
Shere, we will offer free with
This Free Premium Offi
IBut don't stay aw'ay frr
injg a range. It is an evenut
| 4 Free S
Remh1lembe the dates.
J. J. GANTT
For Second Time
Thomas J. Mauldin, of Pick
ens, has the unique distinction of
having been elected judge of the
new Thirteenth judicial circuit
twice within the past two weeke.
both times by a unanimousi ote
of the joint assembly
The two electi eor judge of
the new Thirtgenth circuit were
necessitateO'46 the fact that an
error ocet-red in the act creating
the-fiTrteenth judicial circuit.
which it was necessary to cor
rect by passing a special act.
Judge Mauldin waselected judge
of the Thirteenth judicial circuit
the second time to insure the
validity of his election, since the
first election was held before the
passage of the act correcting the
error in. the law creating the
Thirteenth judicial circuit.
Senator Earle. of Greenville,
who nominated Judge Mauldin
two weeks ago, again placed his
name before the joint assembly
k riday night on behalf of the
delegations from Greenville and
Pickens, the two counties em
braced in the Thirteenth circuit.
Although there has been no
definite announcement, it is ex
pected that Kurtz P. Smith, of
Anderson. will be appointed so
licitor of the Thirteenth circuit.
The Pickens Sentinel says that
lumbering is the second most im
portant industry in the United
States. It is a very active in
dustry in South Carolina just at
this time in the form of log roll
It is to be hoped that judicial
distrct No. 13 will not be so un
fortunate, with its two counties
of Greenville and Pickens, as to
suffer with congested dockets.
Less Dyspepsia Now
-Here's the Reason
The fact that there is less dys
pepsia and indigestion in this
community than there used to
be is largely, we believe, due to
the extensive use of Rexall Dys
pepsia Tablets,hundreds of pack
ages of which we have sold. No
wonder we have faith in them.
No wonder iye are willing to of
fer them to y'ou for trial entirely
at our risk.
Among other things, they con
tain Pepsin and Bismuth, two of
the greatest digestive aids knowu
to medical science. They soothe
t he inflamed stomach, allay
pain, check heartburn and dis
tress, help to digest the food,and
tend to quickly restore the stom
ach to its natural, comfortable,
There is no red tape about urm
guarantee. It means just whal
it says. We'll ask you no ques
tions. Your word is enough foi
us. If Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets
don't restore your stomach tc
healthi and make your digestior
easy and comfortable, we wan1
you to come back for your mon
ey. They are sold only at thE
17,000 Rexall Stores. and in this
town only by us- Three sizes.
25c, 50c and $1.-Pickens Drug
Co., Pickens. S. C.-Adv.
The Number of
md Saturday, Mar
uminum Set Wori
th Each Range Si
e those who intend' bingii' to M(
each Jewel Ranie sod a fine s
r . positivelyJ wit hdrawnu after ' K
m the d1emlonstra t ion b1ns ~Cl'Vt
planned for the benefit of all oul
ouvenir to Each Lady thra
7wo exhibits daily, morning and
Sloan's Liniment is a speedy,
reliable remedy for lamenese
in horses and farm stock.
"I had a horse sprain his shoulder by
pulling. and he was so lame be could
notcarry foot atall. I gota bottle of
tor eeitan put it on fer times,
an nthree days he showed no iam-,
ness at all, and made a thirty mile trip
beside.-Water B. Alorsford, La Safls,
For Splint and Thrush
line mae for lint and cured her. This
makes the third horse I've cured. Have
recommended it to my neighbors for
tbrish and they sayit is fe. I Aind it
the best Liniment I ever used. I keep
on hand your Sure Colic Cure for my
self and neighbors. and I can certainl]
recommend it for Colic."-& ES
is a quick, safe remedy for poul
try roup,canker and bumble-foot.
For Roup and Canker
"Sloan's Liniment is the speediest
and surest remedy for poultry roup and
canker in all its forms, especially for
canker in the windpipe"-E.' P.S=k[
64; Jaffrey. NA H.
At all Deaers. 25c.. 50C. & $1.00
Read Sloan's Book on Horses, Cattle,
Hoss and Poultry; sent free.
DLARiS.SOA, Inc., BosiVAss.
Twelve Mile Union Meeting.
The union meeting of the Twelve Mile
River Association will meet with Anti
och Baptist church in Pickens March 28
and 29, 1014.
Devotional service at 10.30 o'clock,
conducted by D. E. Garrett.
Preaching at 11 o'clock by Rev. H. A.
One hour for dinner.
First query, discussed from 1 to 2:
What , Should Be the Attitude of the
Church Toward Its Members who Dance,
Drink and Otharwise Break the Church
Covenant? Opened by Rev. E. M.
Second query, discussed from 2 to 3:
Who Was Diotrepees, mentioned in III
John, 9-11, and Have We Such in the
Church Today? Opened by Rev. B. F.
3 to 3.30-To be supplied.
Preaching at 7.30 by Rev. C. R. Ab
Immediately after preaching the min
isters will organize a ministers' confer
ence. All ministers of the association
are urged to be present.
Sunday--Devotional service conducted
y James Winchester at 9.30. An ad
ress by Prof. S., E. Garner at 10.
reaching at 11 by Rev. W. E. Wilkins
f Greenville. Song service at 1, con
uted by Prof. R. M. Bolding. A full
elegation is urged.
M. B. GARRETT, for Committee.
Chronic Stomach Tronbie Cured
There is nothing more dis
ouraging than a chronic trou
ble of the stomach. Is it not
surprising that many suffer for
years with such an ailment
when a permanent cure is with
in their reach and may be had
for a trifie? "A.bout one year
;jao" says P. H. Beck, of Wake
lee. Mich., "I bought a package
f Chamberlain's Tablets, and
since using them I have felt
perfectly well. I had preyious
ly used any number of different
medicines, but none of them
were of any lasting benefit."
Fe cic h'v all dealers. Adv.
1914 MARCH 1914
To havxe ranges eg ie
an expert isan unusual
rvilege, and you will be
eighted with the instruc
on and advice he will give.
nali sections of the country
jusands have attended
Arrange your work to be present:
you don't you will miss a rare treat
During this demonstration of the
ewel Ranges we will have on ex
ibt a large line of Cook Stoves,
'hch we will offer at attractive
ries. We will also offer some
arains in Rugs and Art Squares
urng these two days. Remember
'carry a complete line of Furmi- 4
r. Feather Beds. Sewing Machin
while the Jewel Expert is
piece Aluminum Set.
iiare not interested in buy
customers and friends.
afternoon, at our store.
Lberty, S. C.
They are here in every
The H. C. Godman lin
The Zeigler Oxford fo:
The R, T. Wood & C(
The Walk-Over for m<
There are no better lit
than Lhe bo-e lint s.
W have about twice 1
ev. r\ tI ing in White Bucks
Call on us ai
of Oxfords ever
Sole Agents for Walk Ovt
Machines, Iron King Stoves
R. D. Horton of Nashville is
re guest of his sister, Mrs. J.
isses Willie and Net, Par
sons left last week for Balti
Miss Eula Attaway visited in
Pickens last week.
Wayland Hutchins, astudt nt
at Clemson. spent the week-end
with his father, C. T. Hutchins.
A meeting of the high school
girl's domestic science class was
held with Mrs. W. C. O'Dell on
Tesday of last week. Several
ripes for candy were tried.
On the afternoon of the 20th
aeeting of the Keowee chap
e, U. D. C., was held at the
me of Mrs. Oscar Boggs.
ter the programme was carri
dout the hostess serve-d a
Mrs. Biryant of Asheville is the
uest of Mrs. J. H. Brown.
n the evening of the 20th
Miss Nellie Irwin, teacher of
e fourth and fifth grades,
ave a very interesting Wash
gton entertainmient. T h e
hildren had been carefully
The Ladies' aid society of the
ethodist church met at the
ome of Mrs, Parker Brown on
e afternoon of the 23rd. An
ction of officers was held at
this meeting. After all busi
ness and been discussed ref resh
ments were served.
Miss Belle Rowe left Tuesday
Entertainment at Dacusville
The Mountaineer Quartette
ofFurman University will give
n entertainment at Dacusyille
shool house, Friday evening,
March 6th at 8p. m.
An interesting program, plen
yof fun and amusements.
Come and bring your friends.
dmission 25 and 15 cents.
One fourth of the receipts go tc
the Dacusville library.
At Reunion School
Through the co-operation of
te Progress Garden Club, the
Grls' Home-Keeper's Club and
te patrons of Reunion school a
jint farmers' and school rally
isto be held at the school house
n Friday, March, 13.
Dinner on the ground. Re
feshments for sale.
Opening at Big Store.
'he Big Store is expecting to take
mny orders for spring and .summer
suts the last three days of this week.
r. Sloman, who will be here to take
yor measure, is not only an expert fit
te. but has also served many years as
cter, and therefore knows exactly
wat kind of information to send in so
asto insure a perfect fit. 'The Ham:
beger line of clothing is well known
- In Easley -
A Burgess, who runs a rest
rrt in Easley, writes in the
f you are ever up in my
trwn call at my house and take
dner and I will show you;
s(nething worth all your trou
l-That is how to star fat on
drned little to eat.
"A ide Circulation."
The Senti&1l receined the following:
lettr from a adverptiser, and it speaks
- Dear Sirs: I are enclosing letter
ecived from etroit, Mich, in answer
to ant ad. ine rted in your paper. You
nee to have very wide circulation.
iornley & Companys ..s
Of Spring Oxfords
conceivable style, in all leathers, and at all prices.
e for children and women, frcm 75c to $3-00.
women from $3.00 to $4.00.
mpany's line for children and misses, from 75c to $3-00
ompany's line for boys and men from $2.00 to $3.50.
n, from $3.50 to $5.00.
es of Oxfords made in the United States, for th oey
he stock we have ever shown, and we tare showing
Tans, Gun Metals, Vicis and Patent oltsin a the
d let us show you th snappiest line
shown in Pickens.
, Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a SpecialtyN\4
r Shoes, Hawes Hats, Carhart Overalis, New Ih riS wiiI
Chase City and Babcock Buggies, Mitch. I XV ;..' ii
Garden and Field Toois
and agricultural implements of
all kinds are here in the best
T qualities at the most tempting
prices. Whatever you want. far
t farm or garden you will find here
in the right qualities that may 1e
depended on to give good servi. e.
We have a very large asso- tMe t
and you are invited to look: th'u
the stock. The spot for 'eal
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