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Nelected Colds Lead to A
.3 How Pretty Misk
Powell Was Re
stored to Healthi
Miss Lillian Powell, Aurora, Ind., writes:
-f..ast spring I caught -a severe cold from jrMt my feet wet and being
In the rain, and In a day]I had a most mixerable cak, but I neglected it,
..king It would soon leave me. But it hung tome tbr two weeks, when
t something must be done, as my condition was sribus.
Ihad heard so much about Peruna and in its praobe that i bought&a bottle
began taking It regularly. I was gratified to Rond that In a week the
;(,,and cough was broken up, and three weeks' treatment completey re
Ernest Freeman of the Coleman
Wagoner Hardware Co , is. s1ending
amlJ. slioraoeflWiAchara, te GogaScolo:ecnlg
P Te ri, aspnd in taheoldasAtan, miserbecN spedigte hldayt
k smithn mist aene wsmcition pans seiouics.
h.hernd sof mucken abotll and-A good prase citibzenst' botple
he ea tkin het ruarly tis ratiiei tx findthtis week thvaiel
now an cough wastoryofp andckene. weksa trtendtax cmpytwho rae
ted my usualsayinghealth.ha--Lielianowowdll
'V ~ ij q -Robest Hinton of the Dcslea
sideQoffthe-countyCo, Miss Roersn
county o wer Loana Picken Nate -Aomew ofran Roes, prfatheor o
'am and weire ofileasaAtant acallers atn the brieoeaiom hrhindAyn
n T isl-Joundin offie oldrsocuny
hereV res ech h ee marnts juithhcyrns nPco
items whchntsc of uros an'dce, itzes' e
w~ae adkh our trde thi aisthertxsti ekadivra
cnorraling the hisoal ofapiens, ika h otx aywohv
L asa hioopeIsy tha ' aigte a ee we
la s ometyhwer is rng PIkns monthehm fFakRgrft
-~ -ray wer plehsan d.lr ttebie na iomcuc nA
* . D. MciNel* nly office deroncouty
-. ~'hre rc achwee miy jicy -Ja'. 13. Craig is spepding th<
ites wichescpe ur ot(elatter part of this week in Souti
we ak or fiens t aqlutGeorgia; we are unable to find oul
* crrllig he ocl hppninswhether he is looking for invest
ments or for a young - lady that i
* :~marred wmanusesher iv-matrimonially in~clin~eu.
* . e ilsta(1of hr hsbad's -The oyster supper given by th
* I soetingis rog. n mstMasons last Friday night was
* prbaby i i~ he usbnd, enjoyed by all members of the craf
that were present. Brother J, E~
2 D. Me~ely f te Ecet& Boggs made a great hit in his speeci
it) eftTuo~aymornng o vsitafter the sapper and it - was greatl:
'ot er ohn wholies t C ntrl, enjoyed, even those who were hit en
* It hn~ een 5 y ars incethe joyed the laugh at their expense.
Ivan Valley News. --Don't advertise if you believ<
A tale'pocn of vine:;ar added t OUaewsigme.Ltyo
* ng turnips, onions or other illeoetoratehsmnynade
ling vegetables, will kill the tsnadprasi hsw
I. Burning papers in a room, wvi~ull hmoto uies
fy it wonderfully if coffee, cam- su akadluha i ve
or spices are not handy. yusehmsuneighswn
'Th yun ldie ad ouh ou rnerwasing oey.etyu
ndng shoo wa fro hoeholpidoi-n wse is ony for adere
Sgvena fw dys acaionandtisg wend peaps in the the da:
Chrstnaqdiner t ome lyu'l soonppot m ouf om hasie
-Pro. W.fl.Dend ofI~o Fia x alrad cockwr foran phidmtu
~niu, a.,apnt atuda inPicetst10and ank Janauhay 19im whe
'ii isay o sendChrstia, ithoune hiqand er ishyog hisp mane
lTheyovldes inandie youth rofsor prinerus yiar.
*own angd scholnt whouavben
-Thefutue mut l edcate. -h Cbyos haviiertyha tonhaiv<
ourn boscno t awayefro he ObitnsDywa h cn i
e iventa foegw dasstationan hla and happ gssuhorng four pge
''ns adfanagicultra poruity t on eiknoga te givie of theda
drintmae iner ahoeve.g n o of Wietiank u atrous fothei
L~e imecoud nt b betet em loya sup . prman of whom hav<i
-ThPnrouW.E.iDnd of woeugioflat-iread Tome our n copid int<
tiu, G., pen Sauray n Pckes107,an oiints tof any 1908.T<f
indist, ays osn Crsta ih prns and te wiheat youn'happuan
t Iies, is workigcall adde. ThPof onrofspeir yri d i
s ianc ino shomeatia souale Snie.oma c
life wftel pnae i i ation. Tenfrthem teret uly home ofr ad jrs
bl duariagn tepcawin eveing and blsigofaonhpyn
et timbo codent eibtter e proprosyie
--h'nt o u tono.om n i t
How COnsumption Develops
Nine aen of consumption out of tea
ocur in this way:
A person catches cold. The cold is not
properly cured, and another cold is
This cold Is dilly-dalled with, either
by no treatment whatever or some treat
ment that Is ineffectual, and the sold
Then another cold is caught and a
oough develops. Cough syrups are re
sorted to, but they give only temporary
By and by the patient gets tired of
Uking medicines and cough syrups and
give. up in despair.
The cold continues to develop and &a
cough grows worse.
Then the doctor is called in, only to
discover that the patient is in the first
stages of oonsumption.
It was just in this waY that MiMM
Powell, of Aurora, Iad., became sick.
She caught a cold, and not considering
it serious, neglected it, thinking a.
many other. do, that it would "wear off."
However, it clung to her tenaciously,
and in two weeks she found her health
in a serious condition.
Fortunately, Poruna had been brought
to her notice, and she took a coursesof
this remedy before it was too late.
In a week the cough and cold were
broken, and a three weeks' treatment
completely rectored her to health.
This is what Peruna Is doing all the
while. Not a day, and probably not an
hour passes in whieh some one does not
have a similar experience with Peruna.
Cure the Slight Colds aad Avoid
-The first step toward consumption is
1 henextatep is a failure to euro
,ly. The third step is the de
nt of catarrh, which gradually
chronic. The fourth step, the
beginsto spread from the head
throat, then to the bronchial
and finally into the lungs. It in
then consumption in the first stage.
At any time during the progress of a
tarrh, from the first onset of the oAld to
its final settlement in the lungs, PerUna
can be relied upon to stop the dineafe.
If you have taken a cold, buy Peruna
without delay. One bottle in the be
ginning will do more good than a half
t dozen bottles after the eatarrh has
fastened itself on the lunge.
Thousands of Testhknonia.
We have on file thousands of testi
monials from people who have beo
cured of catarrh of the lungs by Peruna.
We can give our readers only a slight
glimpse of the vast array of unsolielted
endorsements we are receiving every
month. No other physician in the world
has received such a volume of enth.
uiastic letters of thanka as Dr. Hartmaa
-Fields Hayes of Glassy Moun
taim sectionl, is rep rted low with
--The latest census bulletin on the
subject shows that Orangeburg is the
largest cotton raising county in the
State with Anderson second.
-John T.. Gasaw~ay, who has
been in Te~xna for the pout fifteen
yeanrs has returned to this county
and qnite recently rernarried his wife
from whom he bad been separated
all these years.
-We again request our subs.
cribers when ordering the address of
their paper chanped to give the name
of their ol pottofiie as well as the
one to which they desire it changed.
Trhis will save us both time and]
-The Ocrmee farmers have sued
Clemson College for $26.000 for
alleged damages to their lands by a
dyke built by3 the collegn. Theg
defense of the college is that it can
not bo sued without the consent of
a the State.
-Lis. Lida Hendricks, died at
t the home of her husband Sank K.
Hendricks of the Fallow section, on
the 23d inst., from pneumonia, after
an illnes of about ten days. Sbe
leaves a husband and one child be.
sides a hos', of relatives and friends
to mourn her untimely death.
r --WV. J. Mull and family left the
Reba section this week to make their
future home near Easley S. 0. Mir.
Mull thinks there is more pay in
Sraising 12.ct cotton than in cultivat
lng a farm in T'ransylvsnia county.
The News follows him with kind
wishes-Sylvan Valley News.
--Horses now take no more notice
of automobiles than of bicycles. There
is nothing like getting used to things.
A few years ago all the horses and
mule. as well tried to get out, of the
road when a bicycle came along, and
only a few months back the horses
were frantic with fright every time
an automobile made its appearance.
.-~The attractions being put on at
u Pickens by the Lyceum Committee
a are not meeting with the success
t- they should, the attendance is too
r email. These attractions are all high
l- class and are deserving of better pat
,~ ronage. The near by country people
, do not turn out;'they should come, as
o they are~ educated up to, enjoy
al high class attractions as well as their
I city brothero. The committee have
b dathsf. r three attractions yet and
g the country people are specially
'a urged to attend those attractions;
d the nights are long and they can w.
loose a~ little sleep. E~verybody coine.
And a happy N
We Thank Y
vors and Solicit
-Some house flies still linger a'
round and occasionally they "get in
--Eleven cents cotton is a stimulus
to the farmers and brings about a
good feeling in all.
-The modical doctors are having
an easy time. There is very little
sickness in this section.
-Reader, do you owe us for the
paver you are reading? If you do,
please call at once and settlo your
-What Is the longest word in the
Enalish' language? Smiles; because
thero is a mile between the first and
-A liver cooked and rubbed up
fine or put through a sausage mill at d
then mixed with the feed is good to
keep ha.ns laying the year round
-If buying new boggies and wag
one can be taken as an evidence of
prosperity, the colored people of this
section are riding upon the crest of
the wave of general prosperity.
-This paper I has not heard
from several of its county correspon
dlents in sone time. Wake up, friends
and let the people know what is go.
ing on in your resrpective sections.
--We want all our subscribers to
burry and "aute up." Running a
newspaper on promises is up bill
business. Your subscription is not
mucht, so bring it in. We need it.
--Newspapters that print the list of
prizes given at wist and euchre par.
ties, raffles at Church fairs nd
similar things will be barred from the
mails wherean admission feehas been:
-Mrs. I. T. Balentine, a ft rmer
resident of this place has been left a
fortune in a peculiar manner. It
seems that an old lady at Little Rock
Ark., put an ad in the State asking
for Mrs. Balentine's address, when
Mrs. Ilentino's aon-m-law, Mr.
Bemis, who works in the Columbia
Postofflee saw it and notified Mr.
BAlentine who now resides in Lau
rene. She left at once for Little
Rock. The peculiar part of the
whole b~usiness is that while in Co
lumbia Fair Week a Gypsie fortune
teller told Mrs. Balentine that she
would shortly receive a fertune.
Mrs. Balentine's Pelzer frien&1, are
glad to hear of her good luck.-Pel.
The college at Central is now
a certainty. Tihe leading members of
the WVesleyan Methodist church hiave
had the establishment of a college at
this point under advisement for two
or three years. Dr. L. 0. Clayton,
with aid of several others, have been
collecting funds and awakening
interest locally and generally. T'he
idea has met with hearty
support both at home and in many
adjoining andf distant sections. many
poInt. could be f-:und equally well,.
but none BETTER suited to such
an establishment. The section is
healthful, water pure and the climate
is an Eden in comparison with the
north and north west. The immnedi
ata location for the college hnilding
is admirable, with natural drainage.
the location enjoys another vantage
by being a quiet rural district, far
remove*d from deinoralizing influences.
Suflicient funds a: e now asstred
and materials are being contracted
for and placed on the gronda. The
actual work will commence at ar
early date and it is intended to have
the greater portion of the buildinga
ready for use by Se'ptember 190.
Farm and F'actory.
.a.. Aih Kl van zit ~a a
ew Year to our
ou for past Fa.
Croup, eoughs, colds Whooping.
sough, ect., have no terrors for children
or adults who evacuate the bowels with
Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar.
This remedy expels all colds from the
systemand stroogthena the thoat, lungs
and bronobial tubes. The Original Lax.
afivo cough Syrup and Liquid cold cure.
Sold by Pickens Drug oo.
Car load fresh lime. B. U. Grandy.
Car load of the best flour on the
market, "Obelisk" to go at close prices.
Come and get some. H. A. Richey.
Yes, I sold 'em. Now I wast to
sell 4 more good males and one wag
on. A. M. Morris,
FOR HALE-At public auction on
Salesday in January a well broke gen
tle horse, a second-hand buggy and
set of harness. This property be
longs to a travling salesman and
may be seen at our stable in Piekens.
Bates and Robinson.
-I have in my charge one brown
borwe mule that was found in our
field. The owner will please call at
once and pay damages and get his
propertj H4. F. Jotes,
Route 2, Central, S. 0.
An Itnergency ledieue.
For sprains, bruises, burns. aoalde and
similar injuries, there Is nothing se
good as Chamberlain's Paiu Balm. It
soothes the wound and not only gives
instanf reli-f from pain, but causes the
parta to heal in about one third the lime
required by the usual treatment. Sold
by Pickena Drug Co..
North Pickens. Charge. J. P. Attaway,
Preacher in Charge.
Ileginning with the first Sunday is January:
Itt .Sunday 1i a ni Twelve Mile
3d " I I a mn Mtc( tuney's Chapel
"3:30 p mn Friendship
4th It1 a mi G'ap 11111
"3: 30 p ma Fairview
3d Saturday 3 p mn Jociasue
The pastor requet that the stowards of the
abovo nam ed chnurcihes meet at'ITwelve MNile on
Saturday bofore the first Sunday in Jrnuary at
11 a mn, to attehd to important aaters. Lot the
trustees of the parsonage ho present, Leot the
popleI rally to the church and mak se tho next
year a groat cue under the blessing of God,
When you want a pleasant laxative take
(bamberlain's Stomach and Lirer
Tablets. For sale by ickens Drug Co.
--The following patrons of the
Se'ntinel .Joturnal remembered lb.
editor to help matke Christmas merry
for which they will please ace agt our
G. B. Looper, RI. T. Stewart, A. B
Riggins, J. 0. Brock, J. P. Fa-r, (1.
Lj. MeWhorter, W. A. Hemter, A. Bi.
Chastain, WV. 0. Riohey, 8. 8. 1M~en.,
W. A. McDonald, B. B3. Mediun, WV.
B. Bramiett, A.. R1. Wood, J. IL Free
man, Jas. U. Davis, D. P. Monitgom
ery, J. L. Barrett, Tr. H. HBalliday,
John E, Holden, WV. J. Clardyr, N. R.
MIN3STBR TELLS THE TRUTK
Personal Experienceeof Aged anad 1Well
No other man in the community is so
well-beloved or whose words have such.
weight as the miQieter, who has devoted
his life to the service oft mankind, in
Maryland one of the most nioted Meth
odiat ministers in the State snffered
severely with rhtenmatism. He found no
relief until a friend recommended
RH EUMACIDID. He was so delighted
with the restults that for the benefit of
other sufferers, as a duiy to munkind,
he tells his experience in the fellowing
"Reisteratown, Md1.. February 27th.
"I was taken with Inflammat' ry
Rheumatism in my 1. ft hand and foot in
the beginning of thi4 winter and suffered
greatly. A gentleman in Baltimore who
had tried Rheumacide for Rheumatism
recommended it to me. I eured thre
bottles and took it in smaller doses than
rescribed, and am new entirely enred,
Can use bo0th hand and foot without the
Pastor, fleimferstown M. E. Church."
Your drtuggist sells and recommends
The First Requisite ef Beauty,
The first requisite of beauty is a clear
complexion. Orino Laxative Fruit Byrup
olea a sullow biotched complexion as
it stimulateq the liver and bowels, and
the eyes become biright and olear. Yeu
owe it to your friends to take it If your
complexion is bad. Orino. Laxative fruit
Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is
very pleasant to take. Refuge substitutes.
Notice of Final Settlement
We will apply to 3. B. Newbery
Probate Judge for Piekens eontnyon
the 24th daty of January 1908 for a doal
settlemo.it of the estate of W, T. Feld
and ask to ba dismissed as exeentora,
Dec 2tH1.0 34 Q. H. Brown,
BH . aromer,
JUST RECk/V 2
-lnotner COr' of
THOSE GR E 4 T MITCH E L L W4GO
See the bargains we are of
fering in Boys and Men's
overcoats, clothing, Jackets
and Skirts from now to Jan.
Folpger & Thornley
Clothing Shoes Hats and Geuts Furnishing
Goods a specialty. Sole agents for Stetson shoes,
Stetson Hats, Chase City Buggy, Mitchell Wagons.
Notice the Insurance Features
of the Liberty Bank
Burglar Insurance Cashier Under Bond
Fire Insurance Depositors' Insurance
It a burglar blows the safe, and fire destroys the building, and the cashier
skips out with what he can get-notice the result:
The Burglar Insurance Co. replaces what the burglar got; the Fire Insurance
Co. pays for the luilding and fixtures; the Bond Co. replaces what the cashier
took; the Deposittro' Guarantee Fuid pays the depoitors-and the bank would
resume business at the old stand.
Your depesit is insured in the Liberty Batik and it costs you nothing. A
werd to the wise is sufficient. Respectfully,
It. C. SHIRLEY, Cashier.
A Sure Cure '
B is- Contractd Muscle., Lame Back., Stiff Joint,
AN AETISEP lC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam
mnion, and drives out Pain.
PENETRATES thle Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tieues,
premotes a free eirulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles
*BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH
ONCE TRIED AL.WAYS USED
OURED SOIATIO RHEUMATISM
Mrs. R. A. Sim .n, 500 Craig St., Knoxville.
Tenn., writes: "I ave been trying the baths oc'
Not Springs. Ark., for sciatic rhe'umatism, but I.
get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment a
haM any medicine or anything I have ever tried.'~
Inclosed find postoflice order for $1.00. Send me
large bottle by Sonthern Eixpress."
TH4REE S1ZES2 25c, 50c AND $1.00
BE SURE YOU GET ThtE GENUINE,
Ballard Snow Liniment Co.
ST. LOUS. v1. S. A.
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
I have a good line ofg
Among thtem are the recommendable old style Seth Thomas
Clock. with we'ightis, which I am selling at special bargains.
And a rtew line of SILVERWARE. Also solid Gold and
Silver WATCIIES. A nice line of Spectacles; I guarantee
glasses to fit eye. All kinds of repair work in the jewelry line.
HI. SNID)ER, - - Easley, 8. C.
ON THE RIGHT N
The better class of people appreciate Good Quality, Good Treat
maent and Right Methodu. Of this I am more convinced overy day.
My Busineess is run on~ these principles and is growing rapidly.
I am especially pleased with the growth of my trade. My custom-l
era KNOW that I handle only the BEsT1
And that every transaction is on the Satisfaction Guaranteed plan.
Buy your supplies of nie and be convzmced.
YOURS TO0 PLEASE,
R. R. ROARK.