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UDIJIIED EVERY THUVSD#Y MORNMNo
Tho Sentinel-Jouraal Company,
T10M PSON & RIOUEY. Pitori.
J. L., 0. Trifl'SON, Em'ron.
lLubsecriptiou $1.00 Per Anu.wi
Advertising Rtes Reasontbh
Entered at rickens rstonce as Secont Ciant.
M all Malter
PICK ENS, S. U.
THIURSDAY, 3AltC11 1', 1908.
Notice';of 8:ale, Wansts. swaps, etc.
nerluted in this Column ti 5 cents per
line. or eci insert ion .Nothi takeH
for less than 10 cents.
FoR SA u.-17 iteres, original forest,
11 miles north of Pickenis, $30 anl acre.;
75 acres wes(-t of Woodall Mountain, 10
acres birali bottom. baiantce in timber,
Sric( $10 ntere, cash deal. E. F. Ki.rrn,
r.1". .D,, No. 4, Pickens, 8. U.
Carload of Obelisk Flour just recived
at H. A. Riebes's.
Pay your guano hills at once. I can
not cally these ficcun1ts any longer.
Come to see us prepareil to makc sittlo
ment. H. A. RICHEY.
Improved Cotton Seed for Sale.
BROA DIW ELUS DO UTBLE-JOINTED.
This cot ton is extra early and ndapt.ad
to shmt senso- s. Also Truitt's Improv
ed Esrly Dig Holl.
JAMES M. BARR.
febelwf Easley, S. C.
TI IE WAT I VORD 1
should be "Exact." A timepiece that
108114 01 gails IS not relal.'.
A ioderate amoint of muoney will
put( youl watch1 ill good lealth.
w1ork done herte i'( not exptensive, but it
is th'roughly good wml 1k.
Ext" rinte'. knowledge nnd ;hill are
put to) goodunit u a 1111ombine h
exceldh~ faiites, nalt to doJClj2S wa10c
tild lock .tl p tiring oi very hig grad,
fe tf E2lyleC
Tl TME)~pj1?'' IS SUTON E
maRltte hw~1'c we a e, yo are c t-l
btiwn [' way'I thre hour. Is oult sf tve I
11WTEmt$1t' 4 ''f STANND R)OT1' RUUTL
BE''i S IN M.\CilINEitw
illi mnkif t. itches( fil the same stimte
Long h~ Pum 21 Mhinesi til'ke0s on 400.l
iT. '1hl h..hr Rotar Prit npl e i~~j~ s mostd
sce t(3 iOl y corctlw ih($ ~
benRoadnd 5 s ke suctcesu
iTse 1 al art of C t wCrbi atnd v rm
compvt liorse cont 'intIoIlstye rying toco
BETs 'hod SE IC ayb MA hatNE tist two
benrchir to mor--k (and ('ain throh
thepayn.00 or the pasete. s iet
ARD OTAR. '' demLOtrni
__ng Maciner.92.0 up
Mopt people ki
been sick they ne
ajor to bring bac
But the strongest
Emur/son is that
sick to get results fro
It keeps up the att
on thin people, makes
brings color to a pale
vents coughs, colds an
Food in concentra
c&?. well, young and old, ri
And it contains no
If you would be friendless, be
How easy it is to tell others
it's no use to worry.
Keep both eyes on an enemy
who is anxious to do you a
Sympathy may be all right in
its way, but it doesn'lt weigh
Once in a great while you
meet a man who thinks original
If usgliness; was only skin deep,
lots of women would try to shed
People lan no more help grow
in., old than they can help
It isn't necessary to mention
your lawyer in your will; he's
sure to get his share.
The man who makes a good
living for his family is seldom
of much use around the house.
Japaneso Now Year Cakes.
An annual event in Japan is the
making of the New Year's cake, which
every family must have if good luck
Is to follow it during the ensuing year.
This cake Is made of a peculiar variety
of rice, boiled and pounded in a great
wooden mortar until it is of the con
sistency of dough. Although the pure
white douh Is often colored yellow
or pink, the shape of the cake is ail
ways the same-that of the sacred mir
ror-, one of the three sacred symbols of
the Shinto faith. A piece of tils cake
is offered to the Shinto dlelties because
it s f heshape of the sacred mirror
wchwoed the sun godldess to come
out of the cave where she had hidden
herself in wrath and thus saved the
land fronm total darkness. Each mem
ber of the family takes a hand in the
Imanufacture of the New Year's cake.
Even the baby is carried out and his
baby hand guided in lifting the heavy
wooden mallet for a "good luck" blow.
Enough is made to last nearly the
whole year through, and it occupies
an important place in the daily menu
At first thought the electric chair,
Iwhich sends the criminal to his doom,
would seem to be a refinement of in
vention possible only to man's genius.
But the electric eel can benumb a
horse so that it will drown before re
covering from the shock, and the
fiercest fish is rendered helpless by the
gentlest touch of this creature. Small
wonder these eels flourish in their na
tive waters and seldom fail to find
food enough and to spare!
At any rate, the gentleman angler
casting his fly upon the ripple is
unique. Surely no animal can match
the rod and line! Yet there is a fish
with a long, slender filament drooping
forward from its head, tipped with a
fleshy, wormllke appendage. The. fish
lies quietly on the bottom and awaits
a nibble. Soon a minnow makes ni
(lash for the waving luscious morsel.
The lhuge mouth opens, and-the flnny~
angler haas dined! A v-eritable Shyloc<
this, with rod(, line and bait of Is oiviu
flesh anld boee!-Ch icago Rlecor-d-Heir
One Breadwinner Enough.
"Rlastus, you old scoundrel. didn'
your wife tell you that I wanted som11
cord wood cut this afternoon?"
"Sc-use me, jedlge, but didn't my mis
sus git yo'r family wvashi ter do di:
"Well, undah demn circumstances
jedge, malh wife am a woman ob mc
sainse 'ni ter fetch me enny sech mes
age -tje at dn time...:rnudg.
low that if they have
d Scot'sv Emul
k health and strength.
point about Scott'S
you don't have to be
iete's strength, puts fat
a fretful baby happy,
girl's cheeks, and pre
ted form for sick and
ch and poor.
drugs and no alcohol.
Soc. AND $1.00.
Do You Open Your Mouth
Like a young bird and gulp down what
ever food or medicine may be offered you?
Or, do you want to know something of the
composition and character of that, which
you take into your stomach whether as
food or medicino?
ost intelligent and sensible people
ow-a-days insist on knowing what they
employ whether as food or as medicine.
Dr. Pierce believes they have a perfect
right to insist upon such knowledge. So he
publishes, deast and on each bottle
wr er,cwha i elues are made of
an v fies I a ThIs be feels
can w ord to do because the more
t e r nts of Iwich his medicines
are made are studied and understood thd
More will their superior curative virtues
orthe cure of woman's peculiar weak.
nesses, irregularities and derangements,
giving rise to frequent hea(laches, back
ache, dragging-down pain or distress in
lower abdominal or pelvic region. accom
panied, ofttimes, with a debilitating,
pelvic. catarrhal drain and kindred symp
toms of weakness, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription is a most eflicient remedy.
It is equally effective in curing painful
periods, in giving strength- to nursing
mothers and in preparing the system of
the expectant mother for baby's coming,
thus rendering childbirth safen and comn
paratively painless. The "Favorite Pro
scription" is a most potent. strengthening
tonic to the general system and to the
organs distinctly feminine in particular.
I his also a soothing and invigorating
nervine and cures nervous exhaustion,
nervous prostration, neuralgia, hysteria,
spasms, chorea or St. Vitus's dance, and
other distressing nervous symptoms at
tendant upon functional and organic dis
eases of the distinctly feminine organs.
A host of medical authorities of all the
several schools of practice, recommend
each of the several Ingiedients of which
"Favorite Prescription" is Made for the
cure of the diseases for which it isclaimed
to be a cure. You inm y read what they
say for yourself ly sendingr a postal card
reqiest for a fre,- booklet of extracts
from the leadint authorities, to Dr. I. V.
Pierce, Invalids' Hotel and Surgical In
stitiite. Buffalo. N. Y., and it will come to
you by return post.
Here is Relief for Women.
If vou have pains in the back. Urina.
ry, Bladder er Kidney trouble, and want
a certain, pleasant herb cure for wom
an's ills, trv Mlother Grav's AUsrTR~u.i.~
LEAF. It is a Hafe anid never-failing
regulator. A r Druignists or by mail 500.
Sample packalge FREE. A ddres, The
Mother Gray (o., Le Roy, N. Y. f20tA
To Break In Now Shoes Always Use
Allen's Foot-Ease, a powder. It pre
vents Tightness and Blistering, cures
v-ollen, dwveating feet, At all Drug.
gists nndl~ shoe stores, 25c. Sample mail.
Roy, . Y.feb20w4.
J J McSW AIN
L AWY ER,
Greenville, 5. C.
Then your blood must be in
a very bad condition. You
certainly know what to take,
then take it-Ayer's Sarsa
parilla. If you doubt, then
consult your doctor. We know
what he will say about this
grand old family medicine.
This is the first question yourt doctor' would
tmtch~y action oftha be isabs"ole
o1( y(I n bowlc vreg;ul by taking laxativ
do0s05 of Ayor's Pl'l.
Mado ,7.O. Ao C, Lowel, Mass,
P HAIR VIGOR.
ii rc AGUEB CURE.
, a CilERRY PECTORAL.
.' We have no seerots 1 We publish
the fo,.mulas of all our medloineos.
We are now winding up
for Spring opening. In the
on any goods we have in ste
We are receiving now soi
Last year's business wa,
hope to make this better.
Our motto: The best an<
consistent with honest mercl
A great many
Bolt & Co.'s )
one of the BES'
k- t for this t
blood and puts
by putting the a
i-I. A. I
can run throu,
or clim b over
This is the season of the y
or '1lopcoat, or a heavy weij
more comfortable than a do
on the temper and more coI
Owing to the stringency o
ing our vast stock at greatly
:ur Winter busmess preparatory
meantime, we will give
ne early Spring shipments.
the best of my experience......we
I most goods for the least money
Greenville, S C
people sufier with Rheu
the winiter months.
theumatic Compound is
[' Remedies on the imar
rouble. It chanses the
new life into the patient
ysten in good condition.
?js, s. c.,
E AND COUNTRY PRODUCE,
I THE BEST
NIG ON EARTH!
~h it, crawl under
ear when you need an Overcoat
ht Suit, and it is cheaper and
otor or drug bill and less wvearing
iducive of cheerfulness.
f the money market we are offer
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