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The Picklens Sentinel
PICKENS, S. 0.: MARCH 6, 1913 GARY HIOTT, MANAGER Entered at Pichens Fustofbce a second htOCIi Mail Matter The Sentinel is not responsible for the views of its corres pondents. The Sentinel is always glad to publish tributes of respect and articles in memory of de .parted ones, but we must insist that they be reasonable in length so as not to take up so much space as to crowd out other articles we wish to publish. It is a nice custom, we think, to pay your respects to the dead in this way and we are willing to encourage the custom so long as our friends do not impose upon us by taking up too much space with one article. 100 to 200 words is a liberal allowance for these tributes, Send in your tributes, but limit them to 200 words. Build Better Houses. We have recently talked with some of our large land owners about the condition of the coun try, the scarcity of labor etc. These good men volunteered to give us some reasons why so many people were leaving the farms and going to the mills. We mention the following. The tenant houses on many of the farms are not fit for people to live in, and a good man with a family, especially a family of girls, before he will try to live on a farm and raise his children in a house with no conveniences and with no comfort, he will go to the mill where he can get a good house. We believe it would pay our land owners to build good houses and vet the best people to cultivate their lands. We all know that some of our very best people have never owned any land of their own, but are among our best farmers. A man's property does not make him, it is the principle that makes the man. We know of some churches and schools almost ruined because a __ few men around own property and instead of building good houses and getting good white men to live in the community and build up the churches and schools, they let negroes live in their old run-down houses and butcher their lands because they are not willing to pay out money to build good houses or because they think they can make more out of the negro, Lameness -Sloan's Liniment is a quick and reliable remedy for lame ness in horses and other farm animals. and other horse ailments. I would not sleep without It Inmy stable." 432 West 19th St., New iork City. Good for Swelling and Aluee=. R.F.D.,o.3,wrltes:had amare with an abscess on her neck and one cured her. I kee ital then tiefr gaan omal aein .andfor every. SLOAR'S is a quick and safe remedy for hog chclera. Governor of Georgia uses Sloan's ILiniment for Hog Cholera. "1aa rd Got ro n ho rs oute ho -rm oea a dthta e p hi rem d i n i m t n s e g a l o o f s s d e c r e a ' - Last month Gor.Bonadmsl gave the remedy name as unfan. sAVANNA~?r DAiLY Srws. - At AHl Dealers. 25c.,50c. & 81.00. Hos an dFoiltry setfre'e. Address Dr. Earl S. Sloan, ot. I Our Inquis but even if they can get more money out of the negro for the money invested, they ought to think of the condition of their land after it has been butcher ed a few years than to think about the moral and intellect ual and spiritual condition of the community. We know of one community where the land owners have built good houses and they have the very best class of citizens making ' )d churches and schools. Local Independance The Lyceum course r t Pickens was not a financial success this winter. The inclement weather curtailed the attendance. Not many season tickets were sold, and the gate receipts were smalL Pickens, nor any other town in the county, does not need the Lyceum attractions. They are an expensive luxury. The same energy and money used in the development of local tal ent would furnish better enter tainment, and pay a much bet ter dividend. All .we need is two good managers, one to take charge of the boys and girls and one to take charge of the men. Form two entertainment or edu cational clubs to have their meetings twice a month and search out the talented in each and about four times a year these two combine to give an entertainment. They could discuss or debate live questions of local interest, present dramas, recite dialogues and intersperse the proceedings with lively music. Every one who helped would feel that he was helping himself, his family, his friends and his town. All would soon catch the sririt of the hive. The life and joy of the bee is to work with the others, for the rest. He has a sting for those who would take from the hive. There is an abundance of local talent to do this work well, if we can find some one with the rare talent to organize and not handicapped with a desire to stay in the limelight. In Memoriam On January 14th God in his wisdom saw fit to take from its earthly abode, the spirit of our young friend, Olive Medlin. She had a friendly, lovable dis position and had won many friends, who will miss her sadly. *We cannot understand all of 'God's ways with his people here on earth. why he has taken this young life, seems strange to us. But yet we iust see through a glass darkly, while in this changeable world, but in that Great day we'll see and be hold him face to face that doeth all things well. Then we'll understand many things that seem cruel and hard to us now. While our hearts are filled with sadness, we would not have her deprived of the great joy that we feel sure she is now having in that beautiful home of the soul. Yes, Olive has lelt a very sweet testimony. We h>pe and pray, that by the grace of God. we may some day meet and clasp hands with her on that other shore. To the sorrowing father and mother, brothers and sisters, we extend our sincere and heart felt sympathies. We cani only commend them to the great Father of all. A Friend. TRY SOLACE at Our Expense M- ney Back for Any Case of Rhumatism, Neural gia or Hleadach that Solace Fails to Remove SOLACE REUEDY is a recent medical dis :overy of three German Scientists ihat diss.olves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. It is ssy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomach. It is guaranteed under the Pure 1ondl and Drugs Le w to be absolutely free fromn.piates 3r harmful drugs of any description '. SOLACE is a pure specific in e-:ery wa'y.,u das been provcd b~eyondC pu"ti< t' t. - Le th surest and quiclhest remediy for t'r .\ it . ou bles known to medical scmence, no mat~:er how long standing. It reaches and ren~ ove, the( root f the trouble Uric Acid) :'nd puirmies the blood. IE SOLACE CO., of' latta Creek. are the' Sole . S. Agents andl have' thousa ads of volun tary testimonial letters which hav'e b~een rece ed from grateful peonle i(PL ACE han, re'store FREE BOX sent upon re< uest. R. Lee M!orris. P'resi len- of theC i2rR Naltina Bank of Chie'i. Texas, wrote the soiw-e "m any as follow": "I want you t: send a .ox of s.ihe to my' rather ini Semphis. 'Tenn.. for whidh I es-'lo e l. 'This remedy has en used by some' frien' >f mine here and I must sa it action wa n'lerf ul. (Signed > R. L.. Sorri~s Put up in '25c, 50c and $l.00 bocxfes T'S MEG fiTY FINE TO lIE WELL. ANDS YOU CAN SOON RE- SO ISY TARING SOl.ACE. "No Special TIreatme'nt S'heme's or Fees " .LUSTi SOLA':E A LONEI d'es the work. 'Wrie today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek, Mich itive Pup NAv DNcA 4 o NOL RJW izo Melancho Women who suffer the miseries caused periodicaly a .lng. They endre tars to every part of the body, produ::iug r which make life one long, dreary eziste for these suffering women in DR. Si: Squaw The Woman It is just the thing to overcome the di composed of pure vegetable ingredie.ts the female body. Painful irregularities. tation of the Heart, all disappear before medicine. It brings back the strength, and makes life worth living. Sold by Druggists and Dealt C. F. SIMMONS MEDICINE KEO WEE A LE From Jasper Haw Germantown, Va. Tarrbox County. Sept. S. 1861. Dear Louvina; I once more this blessed Sabbath morning take the opportunity to write you a few lines to let you know that I am svell at this time. I hope this will find von doing well. We are still at this c nimp and I can't say when we will leave it. The cannons are booming now in the direction of Arlington Heights, but it is nothing new for there is picket fighting in that directio in every day, and we are liable to be called at any mllonent to go to their assistance. The health of the Regineut is improving considerable, but not good by any means. Mv health has been better for some time than usual. I have been very hardy of late and can eat as much bread and meat as any dog and I could eat something else if I could get it. but that is all we can get. I have quit drinking coffce. for we can't get sugar and it. is not. good without sugar. i just eat bread and meat, we get beef five days and bacon two days in a week. We can get some little desserts by paying three prices for them. I have not seen a watermelon this season and but few peaches. The war I have to contend with is washing my clothes, it goes M. W. Hester on the Subject of Health and Religion. Statistics show that the ani mal, including man, is infected with germs, and1 when life has left the body it is eithei laid in the ground or on it where the germs may lay dormant, as those do that are visible, until they reach the water we drink or the air we breathe or they may come in our food anud milk. These germs may as'ain reusi tate and multiply. To say one lifeless human contains million of germs would he a small esti mate, consumptive or typhoid or what they may be. All dis eases come front~ ignorance of the human family. The body is composed of water, oxyg'en and carbon, etc., and will be suc mented in a more intelligent age. Why don't the M. D's. and learned men take these up, who ought to illuminate the subject so much better than I can, and let us not see so much ignorance in an age that is called enlight ened? I can join with the most deC vout religionist in an earnest hope for a hereafter where we may again find those loved ones whose absence miakes life a dry pathway through a desert. Many of us are unable to find any satisfactory evidence upon which to base a belief that snech hopes for a future life will ever be realized. Yet the beli(ef of others as to a hereafter is to me a matter of inditferene. While I do not care to dlestroy anyone's belief in the abstract pro'position that there is a life after this one yet I would if I could destroy the beliet entertained by many to the effect that somue ''ertien. lar priest or church is ihe ow ner of the only tturn pike road that leads to Heaven. througTh the pearly gates wher-e beyomnd is all eternal bli a: Whenever a nnm locates a priest with thle p)ower from) the Abnightyv to) (oll1'rc tolls along the street and lnrrow path that leads to Heaven. that man ceases to be in tellectually free. In such cases every num is to keep the i.oodl will of I he: sup-: posed gate kelper to et rnal bli'-s. o~f(1 li f)Irl* a eS: rnt ev ll (i Iis e -''' ill 1n tance wi Ih b Hiv Ghst man co0u1J it Ph on1 ii heite leading to thI kin m 1 GM without p-'ssinl]'h n 0 :! of certain 31ormon leadOrs. ! do not believe Saint PeN- ev H unvIn seate keeper. ai I ms collsider it a rnatte-r of. ignnelc for any~one to assume to have: sup~ercede(d him, he he a Mor mon or a Pope. "As we( n ould ly Women by disorders in the o varan function, are : :.5 their cxh usting influence .elancholy. ter ousnmss, and weaknesses nc3. There is relief ar.d .renewed hope viMONS H1e Wine Qs Medicine ceases which cause this suff:ring. It is which are kno..n to act beneficially on Ovarian Inflammaticn, Headaches, Palpi the ewer and efficacy of this marvelous vigor and cheerfulness of earlier years rs. Price $!.OO Per Bottle. CO., ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI PHARMACY ETER thorne to His Sister. hard with me to wash and not know how. I have been wash ing for myself , for two months and I always rub the skin off my knuckles every time I tried. You wanted to know if I wanted any clothes, I would like to have two flannel shirts, one pair of pants, one vest and a pair of boots or shoes, I would prefer boots, If you can get any way to send them, if there is a box coming to our our camp any time, you can send them in it, but don't start them alone, mark my name on each article. The mornings are getting quite cool here. Sallie wants me to send her some of my hair, I will send it in this letter. Tell all the people howdie and I will be at home the last of April if I live. It seems a long time yet to come. The snow Iie's here three feet deep in the winter. It will be a Col( time. Write to me how the filly comes on, and the Bunch colt and Sambo and mule colt. Tell Louis to 'take good care of the filly and all the stock. Write as soon as this comes to hand and tell mother I am in fine spirits. Direct as usual. J!pe N.Hathorne. after so neither' would we de strov mere belief in the exist ece c of God. Yet as to the point of difference between the Iheist and the Athiest we care very little.' Belief in God in jures no one. The belief in IGod becones injurious only when man undertakes to define God's nature by attributing to him his own passions prejudices and ignorance. - As i have shown what the bouy consists andI one that has the least idea of science and nature must assume that we are only a part of the world after all, and it's only a matter of thought that the body will ever remain here. Now I can't atgree with the Athiest as to the belief that the body is all that there is to man. We have life that leaves the body and just what becomes of that life we have no satisfactory evidence. Neither can I agree 'with the Christian as to the body and soul re-uniting. If such is the case what body will claim the soul, Science and nature teaches us that the body has ever been and always will be used by other bodies perpet ually. The only religion I preach is the place to be happy is here; the time to be happy is now; arid the wvay to be happy is to make others happy. The Easy In justice to yourself you sho money back if you don't like 1 fection that really do give easy Good health is largely dependent Uponf the bowels. whlen they become sluggish the. wste matenial that is thrown off by the systemi arcumu kites. This condition generates poisons which cireuhite throughout the body. tending to create csted tonttux, bad breath, headache, dull brain action, nervousniess, biliousness and other annoyances. Avoid ha-. '' --- - A, h sics. Thev .- . . .. .r relief. The'.v. oen aie.:ravatL t be reald trouble. They are particuiltidy bad for chil dren. delicate cr aged persons. Cone in tablet form, taste just like cany1 an~d are noted for the~ir easy. *otinr netion upon the bowels. The <!,'t purge, gripe, caus mn. u-a, !'m'u~ess5, nor the inconven i&'nce't aat upon the use of prtns. Their action iS SO pleas ant that the taking of Rexall Order lijamst becomes a desire instead ofaduty. Chidre like Rexall Orderlies. Tiay are ideal for aged or delicate (CA UTION: Please bear in mind that I gi-ts. You can Luy Rexall Orderlies only You can bur Rexall Orderlies in this et PICKENS PICK ENS Sh Th it- e~a!l Stre in! n.'r v .err:' " Grea~t win Tisere is a die r"'t 1.0,d lb er.ch es~'ially desigrned for thei part eu!& ill f' Folger, Exclusive I Tailoring 4 Suits rangeing in price We have a large range guaranteed to be all wool. We are ready to take i or the suit is ours. Our opening day is ev Call and inspect our sa Foig AN Clothing, Shoes. Sole agents for Walk-( Iron King Stoves, New Hom ell Wagons and Mitchell Au For Sale 100 well rooted Himalaya plants at 15c each or 2 for 25c deliver ed by mail on receipt of price. This wonderful berry should be in every body's garden A rare chance to get a start of this wonderful berry. This berry is superior to Blackberry or Dewberrv for canning pur poses etc. Satisfaction guaran teed or money refunded. Directions sent with plants. J. C. Stewart, R. 6, Pickens, S. C. To Rent, Sell or Ex change A number of desirable houses and va car.t lots in almost any part of Green -ille that you may desire. Will sell this property on favorable terms, or will exchange for farms situate in this or adjacent counties. W. Ha. IRVINE Attorney-at-Law 311 S. Main St. Greenville, S. C Wells Cleaned Out, dug, blasted and fixed up in good shape. I get larger rock with less per cent of dynamite. I guarantee my work to give satisfaction. Anyone wishing work done drop me a card or see me at Pickens. Am better prepared to do your work than anybody else in town. apr1'7 Dan Blair. Money to Loan. Loans on farms. Three hun dred dollars to ten thousand dol lars. Easy terms. Apply to R. T. Jaynes, Walhalla, S.C., or J. F. Keown, Pickens, S. C. apr23 _____ Laxative ld try Rexall Orderlies,-your em. They are a candy con relief from constipation. pra~ns as well as for the most robust. They act toward relieving constipa tion, and also to overcome its cause and to make unnecessary the fre quea..use of laxatives. They serve to tone and strengthen the nerve. and muscles of the bowels and asso ciate organs or glands. Make Us Prove It We guarantee to refund ever7 penny paid us for Rexa!! Orderlies if they do not give entire satisfaction. We ask no promises and we- in no way obligate you. Your mere word is suffiient for us to promptly and I cheerfully refund the money. Doesn't that prove that Re~iall Orderlies must be right? You must know we would not dare make such a promise unless we were positively certain that Rexall Orderlies will do all we claim for them. There is no roney risk attached to a trial of Rexall Orderlies, and in justice to yourself, you should not hesitate to test them. Rezall orderlies come in conven- [ ient vest-pocket size tin boxes: 12 tablets, 10e: 36 tab'ets, 25c: 80f ~ex'J! Romrlie5 are not sold by all drug t The Rexall Stores. nmu;ty vnly at our store: RUG Co. SStore SOUTH CAROL.INA nand oity In the United state.,'Canada and 2d'- for nearly elery ordinary human lk wh'ch it is redommended. Thornley & Co. agents for The International iompany's line of Tailor Made Suits. from $12.50 to $40 00. of patterns, and every suit they make from $1 2.00 up is your measure anytime, and guarantee fit and satisfaction, ry day. mples, and let us fit you up with your Easter suit. lours tnuly, .er, Thornley ID COMPANY Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods a Specialty. )ver and Boyden Shoes, Carhart Overalls, Hawes Hats, Sewing Machines,Chase City and Babcock Buggies,Mitch tomobiles. FROST PROOF CABBAGE PIfTS GUARANTEED TO SATISFY CUSTOMERS FROM I=E ORIGINAL CABBAGE PLANT GROWERS raa etaIgs ~Se asse state f PNSa iou 16 ht hA oe w~vt Outeal for th e a 1 meas . ebeepaiata l te #sawtrs t a tbg e e ar uype ta ichent whc more fish in and that we are k ~~uing fiftypecntb or mixed goods thal have ever made. - Clemson College analyses and crops both show that we have heretofore made the best>1 goods made. Remember, too, that our 10 3-3 and our 10-4-4 will make every boll of cotton open that comes on the stalk. Anderson Phosphate & Oil Cet D. S. VandiveF, See. J1. R. Vandiver Pres. W. B. FREEMAN, Pickens. ROBINSON & THORNTON, Easley.