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c4'Danger Signal
One thi ,tI th t P;ck--n: oii
ty needs, .tnd needs bia
two or fo r 30:1 iural I
to help the 4)i"rs
to suppress the wnk i
and other misde:eann
sonethiug is not dtn
than has vei b'een:
bition is in .
ground, li. in (.
Many of rib i i re
coming dlisust i' 11 I ,' .c
kv traffic in prohibition terri; rv
Many of our farmers who a'
themselves prohibitioists d
have money invested in t ir
business are imposed uomn whilk
their backs are turned fr on one
farm to another, by som. ir
violator the law who u i t la
and sell his hanId; aml h
next few (ays hi l' ,",
drunk and sick
disunsted with such n
and concI-S tiit i t i
is a failure, and n:
are reap to try son; bh
that pi nises reli , when in
fact nrirohibition i
relief theV Wan it \\ ti'
only enforce the law. And if
the law needs to be- amended as
some claim, let the amendments
be made so that the law can be
enforced by our officers.
Could not our members in the
legislature give us some relief
along the lines suggested? We
want the law that can be en
forced and we w-nt ef5-r
community to lootk out for :
report all violators C .
would be a good n.
pointed a Nr. Tn'muhy ls hi:
secretary. 'This is one tin 8w
hope there is no hing in a nvo:.
We do not like t be too in.
whov th$i Pia :s cC1meowMIt
ent is?
Just because T>ea f-:id ra~ss
other things 'r'n pa's is not
.planles dt T' '0-47
tion r6
fery~ n -
pinls in t
The : 1
it in -
We carwm y> hor'e that the
strait pensin' hi! to prn ior:
the old sol- ill i('ecme aw.
The St" *.. n j Card'ina~ is
to courw"
to the no
tionf of:
boy '
bra' h , I
to -; '**
who ca mno tramp
ing home to uhd vtheir farms~ all
gone down, h rs-s edl stolen1 by
the thieves who followed1 in fue
wake of the army, arnd some of
these old soldiers were one~ a;'-m -
ed with one leg. Many of them
had to hobble along after the
plow on a wooden leg, others
with one arm hadl t n a rp
1( tue Iei' \ 1had~ il f..en
the othier end around their neck
and plowed to make th'ir' crops
in this way. It .wvil be an r
lasting shame if the miOe 'do
'not djo someth1ing foIhm
Our ig
hfWOi1F5 ft1 r ii-:a
g w It en
- r i'
21c ravv's iI I i- no doubt
looking to tho tnd
The 0od r-ad question is the
mi u:esti~n no~w. If Con
rs w'ouli only appropriate a -
large sum-, then let the state
appropi te a good sum, then
let ever vmanty issue bonds
sn m? r; to :ake good roads.
. " iI, would be the great
. done for our
It be iegislature
h 'te f irnm
l" conviets out
- be a .vise
, : : 14 _ r . " w js in to
_~ n m m k imsf inmor
b , ,;V: in thru the leg.isla
That lsmildS Me"
Have von ever seen one of
he old iie corn mill, -the kind
b4 iuse* d before the war
w hre' was a long pole
rninoi: thi the top of the
builin antd the lower end was
f venA l in ! stone and turned
by 1h grind corn into
\ I at. th le corn expo
C;iunbia last week
: : of an inci
u :h41 we hadt heard.
.\ carptbaggers had
cm ir 1t l: iture in
'-.'8 rlina there were a
::: 1:embers of
the lm i animost of
these negro members were ex
slaves ~nd Verv ignorant.
The Afric an legislator to
which this iicidt nt relates to
n. as a re't,. m'entative of a sec
tion r:, I w ieh runs the Cum
bah and Ashepoo rivers and
which t~s hickly settled py
h - m,. iits of H ipm .He
r ' mills" as
h-~f ut only as
-M. o be g:inding of corn;
a' wh;en a miWembr from Char
oneaeand mlade a motion
-n y mi!!s on the
'A r 41..o r4- ise oney for some
-the4 dtsky delegate
t h Cumbahee arose. and
*Mje~r sneaiker, I a&gr'es
t~on, k; ;' [ knl:7 we'l l("d at
least t wemy milis oni de m
hahee, and Gad knows how
nu<iny cn de .A he'pou.
We noticed in a paper last
week that'a Missouri legislator
had in'roduced a bill to pro
hMbit 1i.dies wearing dresses but
toned an thec back What this
legisloor's obiject was we do
not kwnw. We causally men
neaLd the fact to Hon. J. E.
Boss, whereupon he said,
Thai reminds me of a time
whl asmkn a speech.
The c:omi' was extra large; and
a bout ime I had gotten half
ihru, a ha by, in t he arms of its
mother. began to- cry very vig
erously. 'Lady', I asked, very
kindly, can't you quiet that
Labri 'No sir,' she replied.
'Why can't you? asked ouir dis
iinisihed jurist. 'Because',
replied the mother, 'my dress
buttons in the back'. Where
upon Mr. Boggs resumed his
TRY SOLACE at Our Expense
Mr ney la ck for Any Case of
Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Hecadache that
Solace Fails to Remove
011 eC p' E -I E; DYIs a recent medical dis
(*c .4yf thret Ge~rmn'T Scientists ihat dissolves
-- id Cr--~ and !'arities the Blood. It Is
- y to take, and will not affect the weakest
:I ie4elee under the Pure Food and
:.: bw to be abolu tely freec from opiates
or '-imu dru:: of an de(4. erj tion1.
-.14 1 ; i, I pur .s. !ei verty way 474
:.-. - ...........:...r-'y fr l'ri. .teid Tr'u
. e s a ":dremove-. th-- root
-- ta 1:..:6:.. ,: : e . : 1 p-.ri:ies the
TV1F(E am . C ,of:t:'e reek, :are the
:e r. - -. ::; :: ..v .-usnuds o*f volun
try testi'......:.ini ':ti hc h:tve biee-n rec-iv
-l fromn :al. pe .e. %4ob.W has Te-tored
t. hat. T . .d:.:i:il letters, -literature andl
FRE|-:~0 I~.en uis.n request.
V. L.e -ri,. Plesident of tbe First National
;..:: of .hi-. Texas, wrote the Solace Comn
--I wan v te~ send a box of Solare to my
fathor in4.~ 'fe: hi Tenn., for which I enciose
.AThs em v 44as becen used by some friends
of :.ie 3se ':- Itzust sa? its tiction was
-.ma~~fu- .iged:. R. ?.. Norris.'
- . I :2 5 :tw'-4;.0 b o es o
SOL"CE REMEDfY CO., Battle Creck, Mich
myve Pup
5I(a ND OT
( g> i y is j
are relieved a: once by an appuca
ton of Sloan's Liniment. Don't
tab, just lay on lightly.
sloan's Linirert has a n mor
good than anything I h.e ever ied
for stiff joints. I got r.y ;d hurt so
badly that I had to st.p .o. right in
the busiest time of the year. I thougnt
at first that I would have to ha-oa m
hand taken of, bts I got a bottle at
Sloan's Liniment and oured my -
Good for Broken Sinews (
G. G. JoNES, Baldwin, L.L, write .:
-"I used Sloan's Liniment for broken
sinews above the knee cap caused by a
fall and to my groat satisfaction was
able to resume work in less than three
weeks after the accident."
Fhe for Sprain
Ma. Houmy A. vozuL, 84 Somerset C
St., Plainteld, N. J., writes - " A
friend sprained his ankle so badly I
that It went black. He laughed when
I told him that I would have him out
in a week. I applied Sloan'fLiniment
and in four days he was workingan
said Sloan's was a right good -
Price 25c..
S0c., and $1.00 -
Sloan's Book
6n horses, cattle,
sheep and
poultrysentfree. f
Address C
Earl S. S
Sloan C
Boston. Ma.
A Bill of Interest
to Pickens People
The following bill has been
introduced in the li a by 1
ripresentative Williams of this 1
this county.
A bill to provide a system of
overnment for Pickens county.
Be it enacted by the General
ssembly of' the State of S5outh
Section 1. At the general
lection in the year 1914, one
ommissioner from each district,
as hereinafter designated, shall
be elected by the qualified elec
ors, voting in the district, who
hall constitute th~e CounItv
oard of Commuisioner for
ickens countyi wh--n organiz
d as hereinafter provided, who
hall hold office for two v'ars
eginning the lbt day of Jan
ary, 1915, and until their suc
essors shall have been elected
and qualified.
Sec. 2. That for the purpose
f such election the said county
hall be divided into three dis
ricts as follows- No. 1. To be
omposed of Pumpkintown,
Dacusville and Pickens Court
ouse townships. N'o. 2. Shall
onsist of Easley and Liberty
ownships. No. 3. Shall consist
f Central, Hurricane and East
Sec. 4. That said commis
ioners as soon as practicable
fter qualification, shall meet at
he courthouse of said county(
nd organize by electing one of
heir number chairman, and a
lerk, not of their number.
Said clerk is required to keep.
ommissioners' office open dur
ng business hours during the
ear, probate and file all claims
oming to the commissioners'
ffice, the custody and care of
all papers pertaining to the
ffice and keep correct minutes
f the proceedings of each meet
ng of the commissioners, and
hall issue all warrants ordered
aid by the commissioners.
Sec, 4. That before entering
For Loss of Hair
We wilH pay for wha you use If
Rexail "93" Hair Tonic does not
promote the growth of your hair.
In all our experiene with hair
tonics the one that has done most to
gan our confidence is Rexall "3
Hai Tonic. We have such well
founded faith in it that we want
you to try it at our risk. If it does
not satisfy you in every particular,
we will pay for what you use to the
extent of a 30 day treatment.
If Rexall "93" Hair Tonic does
not remove dandruff, relieve salpi
irritation, stop the hair from falling
and promote a new growth of hiair,
come back to us and ask us to returni
the money you paid fornt, and we will
promptly hand it back to you. You
don't sign anything, promise any
thing, bring anything back, or in any
way obligate yourself. Isn-t that fair?
would not m'ake such a liberal ofier
if we did not truly believe thiat
Rerall "093" Hair Tonic will do all
we claim for it--that it will do all
and more than any other remedy?
We have everything there is a de
mand for, and are able to judgc the
merits of the things we sell. C'us
tomers tell us of th.'ir succes. Thr-ro
are inore satisfied users of Rcxal
"93" hair Tonic than any si::m!ar
preparation we sell.
- Start a treatment of Rsal! M"
Hair Tonic today. If you do, wo
believe you will thank us for this
advice. T wo size bottl'es, 500 and $1.
You can buy Resell."93" Lair Tordo
In this community only at our store.
Pickens a y mtor Carolina
There is a Rezall Store in nearly every town
ad city in the United States. Canad.1 and
3reat Britain. There is a different Rezall
lemedy for nearly eve~ ordinary hunn-ill
meh especially designd for the particular ill
uties -ach of said comm:in
rs - l enter into bon.'.
urn s: t:"".
[Lti -
See:. 5. T
ball j:n
he ci;uiiy 1 1l
he cou'ly r
nates Oi LdOUi.t (rh n
ie'twceen adijoinin' renah
Sec. 6. That ealch Di-ri
.omnissioner shall :a m oVn
rol and supervision ,ver ili
)Ublic roads. brid 's :. d ferris
within his district.
Sec. 7. That the
Toners shall first, jointly, r
erve from the <.:en..ral unr.t v
und a sun sufficient .o - i
epair the courthoie n:d
round. county jil :
n'ounds, poor fa rmi: ' ,u":r
it illmUttes tlrieof, .- i or i '
';ai1 and rnmaintl.
)1idlg(-: anel rTI:' -
mice of the c .
ma aption'u~n thi):u.ar
a.id fund amn3 (iL e':
aid disi t e n i ' i:-c i O
niles of ic rI a:i
listrict. which man; h ' .
>f public roads shall b >m
)y estimation by the eunoiis
ioners jointly, to be expf)ee.d(
mn the public roads an1 b
vithin the respective dtL-ic .
Sec. 8. The county h: in
rang shall be mainaini out of
he general fund, a n
worked under the :,upvi Ini(iii
)f the commissioner of the (i"
rict in which it lLy I e \wr
ng, ini the same J:t)' ion ' ;:S
o t-me as the mile f
-oads of the sev' n *i'
tand to'ward: each'.
vorking cofming
+0 '1.-1 ; lct
>CCLrm:: m an irId, in!
hat case thie' bin )IaI :' shall'
york that dis rict wa-? such
pecial (ama -s may 'Or un
il the same may h
rovidced, ho delay lrai :
ause shall cause any tuct n
rom the time the chain gan.: is
'equired hereby to perform
york in any district.
Sec. 9 That said comie
sioners shall meet in joint ses
ion at least once a mont h ia
assing on claims, mnakinu'e
racts and pui~rchases of man-i'a
om ity i or i '*o
;halli -MIe
Sec. 10. That to -
each commiissione he
four hundred and t" !5(0,
lollars per annuin. adi
alary of their clerk ii be
eventy-five (75) olars "~r
mnnum. All acts and paris of
a.cts in conflicts withi this Act
e, and the sanme are hereby
Keowee Courier :Thomas
Wyly, a well known citizen of
3conee, was in Walhalla for a
short while last Monday having~
:ome up to attend the meeting
>f the County Pension Boird
mnd to look after other matters
>f business.
Mr. Wyly for the the present
s located in Pickens county,
wvhere he will be with his son,
wvho resides Central, for some
wveeks. He has numerous
~riends here .who are always
lad to meet him.
Subscribe for The Sen tinel.
A Palatabmle Mcditino eecially
preparezi to relieve 3rd c;ic the
disccsts whicb a5:c1 waom
This excellent mnedicine is not anly
successful in corq~ouer incG pui...
ui and prostratir.g na i.
attack the femnale generatvL es r
but it is exceptic,- : n- to
take. The usual riu :.i :te
the medicine the more e~~a it
is, is reversed in the case of Sqaw
Vine Wine. It is one of thep -
antest of medicines. The fre
.juice of a well ripened sweet oran
is not more agreeable. It isin
a happy combination of est -
compcunded w~th jae
_spirits to keep it rean
its medicinal effect. P.t
mothers, wovrn out ":. - e - c '
of a family an~d
fering fromr thaose
bearinlgc dow pno
whci oa
wcoderfull un
a .strong,
brzgntness to the .: ,.e .
the cheeks.
Sold by Druggists and Daa~7?;
Price $1 Per Rot
ST. LOUIS, M&ssougj
Sole Agents for the c"1 ..a Mitchell Wagon.
The most endurable, ligl-test running wagon on the market.
You can buy cheaper wagons. but you cannot buy a better one.
In buying a wacon. there is but one thing to consider, and that is "quality.
We have old nothing but The Mitchell wagon in the past twelve years, and
ia .n't a dirsatisfied customer,
This record speaks Rar itselt.
Buy on.. Mitchell, an you wi!! never own another make.
I hive lately received a car, and can give them to you in any size.
Yours truly,
Folger, Thornley
Clothing, Shoes. Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty.
S19 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.
Avery A. Stewart.
Or the 28th of Jonuary 1913,
Mr Avery A. Stewart died in
Glenwood at the home of hi:
brother. C. R. Stewart, after a
on, illness, with tuberculosis,
and was carried to Holly Springs
'hurch the next day, where his
uurral s:-rvices we'e held by
jV. 1. '. miott, in the pros
;~~ i 1 iit a: e
he hi bd :t s lai awa," i.
heemstrynarb. Mr.
. S t "':u v f te'a. b( i t :;u y ears otC;
and had spent a tood deal of his
tie iii t he west. 1e professet
rel1ion a few das ieforg hi
death, united with ihe Baptis
church at Glen wood and desire'
,ery much to be baptized, bul
was never, strong enough. H(
seemed very happy and said t<
the family that he was saved
It was very touching after hE
had traveled around so mutt
when he felt that the end wa.
near he requested his brother t<
carry his body to the old churci
which he had attended when a
boy, and where other loved one:
sleep. He leaves an aget
father, Capt. W. K. Stewart of
Eastatoe, three brothers, viz
C. R. Stewart of Glenwood, W
M. Stewart of Pickens, R. D
Stewart of Dillon, Montana
and three sisters, Mrs. Elmira
Stansell of Liberty; Mrs. N. D
Chapman of Eastatoe and Mrs
N. M, Chapman of Easley-. T<
all these loved a.nd breaved )nei
we offer our sympathy.
In Memory of Mrs. Joseph
At no time do we feel so Un
equal to our task as when W(
attempt to give expwession tc
the life character of a deceasef
friendl. What ever phlral~tno<,
we may use, we can only hope
o fali far short of dopict in the
al charactr of her. whose life
was nade so noble l) those
\Vomanly vch uratr(istics.
Th)l1.i sh - i de:d, v. she
iveth -liveth in th hearts d
all who knew her. She rero
snted the highest type cI ir
ties that ma:ke' huma~nitV
hers to promise: whatever of
the best he could conceive, it
was her part to be. From her
through all the world's clamor,
he won his praise, in her
through all the world's warfare
he found his peace; from her
through all their life, beamed
his sunshine.
As a mother, it was her part
to love and be loved. She
showe:red a ray of maternal love
'upan her posterit that reflects
it self i-i every childs heart.
he cheer ished a hope for them
that only the noble, the christ
an hear ted can conceive of.
She early planted in their heart:
the seed of devotion, that wher
s thoroughly assimilated alsorbs
the natural inclinations of
humanit y, thus leaving them
I more susceptible for the develop
ment of christian characters:
Then why should we grieye
As grieve we do,
O'er this departed friend?
Is not she now
Much happier than you,
Who rests in a gloriods land
Sne has crossed death's river
As cross we must,
Before her face fe shall see.
Then may we live
As noble and just,
is the n
lighting device
Will not blow out or
thumb screws, so that
detached. Throws a c1
Extra large red danger s
It is equipped with handle,
good hand lantern. Strong.
At Dl.rs
?ewar!:, N. J.
WE' 'o Vthre tonsD. of:S Cabbag
Fri t'n es~ an ad oroin Wrt orre es
nnd i'egetable gi'owinr. Prices on Cabae P1a
j 1A~oo~~i Pest o~d5000 to .uOL! pe
As Thou woulds't have us be.
That when we cross
Death's rugged shore,
Her face we all shall see.
Whose face we-love
As of yore,
With whom we love to be.
A Friend.
The public is requested not to
do any work on the ro ..
pair any bridges unies
ized to do so by a r "
the County Board.
County Board of C',m!; x. .
ers of Pickens County.
+ - -
Between Greenville, Anderson and Green
Trains leave and arrive Greenville, erner "j.
Main and Washington Streets. Effective Sun
day, January 12, 1913, as follow
No. Time
8- 7:45 a. m.
5-10. a. m.
7-11:45 a.m. .:
9- 1:45 p. m. " .:L
11- 3:40 p. m.
15- 455 p. in.
17r- 6 :35 p. m
19- 8:10 p.n. C.
*21--1:00 p. m.
*Saturdays only.
Tickets on sale at G. S & A. Terminal
Main Street.
General Manager. Gen. Paas. Agt.
For the
st compact and efficient
for all kinds of vehicles.
jar out. Equipped with
it is easily attached or
ear light 200 feet ahead.
,ignal in back. -
and when detached makes a
Durable. Will last for years.
ia New Jesey)
Babmrm., M.
~I3AGZ~' c CZu s' NE
ca~,ita! stockss$-0.c.o 4
in 1558. Now have over twenty thousa:M r~tis~ed4
ibbue plants than all other persons in the Southwer
ist please or wesend yourmo -y best. Jlvirnow:
o getZ extra early cabbagre, and they are ta ones5
Seed per season Stawber"s' -l.l5
b*.0& COtnnvluale information about frit
.ns-By mall Pos'te Paid 4o cents per 200 plaats.
in under special rate is verylow: 500 tor SLO; .00
thnusand: 10.000 and over $1.e per th -*.

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