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Eutored April 23, 1903 at Pickeus, S. C., as second clams matter, under act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
VOL XXXVI PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, SATURDAY, NOVE1BER 17, 1906.
A NEWSY BUDC
After a Long -ilenc
HAS HAD TROUBLE OF HIS OWN.
SA CA'1i(7H EI i'Cl)'I1" IAI1'1
o Igures - lr t Ii -' M IstI' I rI thu
:911uup F romt thts. G:ot "''alta", I'laet
l t ,elmee" th ' litl sr 1 t.'"1, .\tf I
!..4 n J:'. in ry.
A fter a tilV11r lt It;l "l-nlsh r i fll C t(Ile"1
will etndeavor tt lEt thl manyt11P
readtl'rs (if' IIi ."tti1 -d o r
il(-arll fromt ibits siI}' of thlt Cl 1i 1'
Tlhe ("dlit r:w, "O l lOm itol , t !i.
"devil" andill( theII( read0'rst (,f Ih)f
)a1."r '':ll ('xctl'i (,ur silenc)1e when?1
Ve narratit' ouI troithhl A.
You kinow it i% WI t(tlo, and w
have loien :ltigllt frt ltl till i(tt'alte
that tere is to ie a gmnoral restr.
rection day, a da.v when the riahli
eous shall be separated from the
ungodly. it is not written exactly
at what time such shall take place,
nor how often consequently it has
always seemed t-) us like it was
from October 15th to December
30th, of each year. During such
time the collector is going to and
fro seeking whom he may devour.
"Many are called but few chosen;"
hence that is why we have not
bFen in the ring. Like eyerybody
else we have had our share of
trouble and we had no time to
leave the "mourner's bench." But
as we have received an amnesty we
will by the grace of trouble endea
vor to do better in the future
toward contributing news to this
There is no news of interest at
present to narrate except a little
phenomena that took place some.
thing like a month or so ago. As
wil! be remembered it rained a
good" deal a'out that time ago, so
much so, until the water streams
were swollen and Twelve Mi le'riv
er was no exception to the rule.
One evening while this stream was'
at its best and various looking freaks
of nature were set n to come float.
ing down the river this scribe was
sitting at his place of business en
joying thi scenery when all at
once a horse drawing a buggy co.
taining two occupants was seen1 to
rise over the top of the hill directly
between us and the river. Realiz
* ing that this was something very
unusual we lost no time in ascer
taining the situation for we fear'ed
that it was a reek of natumre called
"'ghosts'' or a sea animal dIrifted
ashore. Tlhe nearer it came on up
toward us the wvorse we felt untilI
the little "boat" stopped at our
place of hujsiness andl we found its
occuplan)ts to be M ir. C. V, F'owles,
better known as "Uncle Zeke,"and
Mr. Ed. Gillespie, the latter fromi
Brevard, N. U. After a few wvords
of "clever'ness" were exchanged we
manalged1 to get over our scare andc
took charge of the "'crit ter" dlrawv
ing the "boat" and assigne~d UlJe
Zeke and his paritner tc a place of
rest and( r'ocujpration. UlJe
rZoke has been nmongst us ever
since and we finid him to be cluite a
c>'ngoemal coimpan ion and ready at
all times to help cast the "luOs''
away. We are sorry to know that
he is soon to take his leave but his
-absence will ho relaiced with his
pen. We are told that he is son
to connect himself again with the
Sentinel..Journal. We take it for
g ran ton~ that he will put on another
c,ontest or something similar to-get
up an interest. Here is inck to
you, UncleC Zeke. lie also knows
how to use the paint brush as-Woll
"B" Writes Again
as the pen. He Ih.S just finished
ii tig the residefI, of Mr. T.
J1. Nrris, at. this pIae. andt also
the Slioi 1 u is , an is now in
;,,e'" it) t:itltillg the i(esb,l';ef- of
llr. W i! aI di'x.
; r". c. \v '. iel. I . \ id, r-ot. is
Iw up1ht " 1fii , I ' I t h ! d-i atL .ntl
hlil\'lv Ie, I li e b I fuf it f tie oung
Ih'. I e l-cat c t gin osial i t iat lO
)i . 1 11 11' \l l; i , ; li l ( l . I. } I ,
,eI" gecir :ti l' 1 wi. 11IIi i \ i to
to' t i I -I' I: t I 'I It r:Ws I I I I ti 1 e
dtcii d:n s ah1+IIIora :ll 1i 'e I tt
Itlt ubti e s pecubItor is li ladli
mtl a i hr e tn lk's Itherwise.
Lvething "hf gmiogh up1y and
1L'ttln going; dI',wn. Isll't it ~nouigh
to mllkL( at p)er'i;er ou s, If' tul,
devil don'*t use mlor) brhnstone and
fire On the sileulator than hie does
on a poor man we'l shall 1chatrgo
him wit, dishone.sty.
The cori ci up is very good ex
cept the retton corn. Woe be ilnto
hiin that buys corn in the shuck
this time. I would want 100 lbs.
to the bushel and the ''pea" to fly
ui) at that. The men that feeds
fodder next year will have to have
a wind mill to get the (dust out of
his horse's lungs.
WWell, as Christmas is coming on
amd every child is looking forward
For Santa Claus to put something
IX years ag<
'S opened ou
of a Revolution in tl
county. Year by y
this year the increas
tations; so great has
been compelled to a
spa~ce to make roon
Dry Goods, Clothini
wvare, Stoves, Farm
B3uggies, 1Furo iturec,
HE GAME LAWS OF THE STATE
I s P( blelcd for infornatuiln of All
The South Carolina game law is as
ollows: "It shall not. be lawful for
liv person ll t.his sttte. be\twee1
he first. day of March and th4) 15tih
ay of NOveme)(!r except ill tho
ounlies of B1onlu(ort, Barn"ell,
'harles8tnn,'13Orkcel(;y, A ikuin, (c.o.
e x. Leington, Fairf('i1d, (eorge.
mvwn, Saluda and Cha-iredonl,
:herein the tim s(ohall 41 b4 t\wieen
h1: \i of A' r1'il :and' 1 the iirct.
:ly of N v m r,inl a11Ny y('tr hlere-'
It(er, to cartchI, kill (,r injurle(, or tO
mru llt ith -Ich inte t an\ fwi'i
nrk1< :', plart rida(', quadtl, w\'m,t'(hk.
11( 11;' 1tll l ' ( tlli.'r I111 ' i i t, ('r
v(\ tllitw w itlinl Ii\'- \'."tr'S I',I
1 bi h 1, I;)U ;, t( S ll, ( i r ir -
0e fi s(l', shipIj) ii' (xpOr fo ri h
1ty (1f i he 1)i(1S .tined I. lii l si
1()t:: aM id ;) , li i"I":,' lli 'O (It lu 11 ll: til
>(b d(l m'd'ut( iltyI ('f a1 miiel-,unan<1 r
:nd( uponll c-oni l oa1i. tIh1 ..l' sha ll
(. find n(ot more ihaln $:0 or be' itin
)is(neSd n t moi)ie t.1a11n : d
I'r,videl, 1111 noth)in;g inl tis aCt
;1hall prevent t.h(' Impor) tatt.ion for
lal) of any of saidi birds. It shal
Je unlawful for 11113 n ident
it any time to catch, kill or injure;
t,any wild turkey, partridge,
luallI, woodcock or other game
nentioned in subdivision one, ux
,pt on lands owne( or leased by
uc'hnon-resident, without having
aken out a license to do so in the
ounty in which said license shall
)e issued by the clerk of the court,
rood for one year, upon the pay
nent of a license fee of $25. All
iscos and fines collected under
,his act shall be turned over to the
;ame warden of the county for tie
inforcement of the game 1aw.'
Millinery Opening, E
On the above date w
H ats ( and ress Goods. "3
D)epartment all the latest 10
owas good material wvillI
athe ladies to0 attend ou r
yuall th aetnovelties ni
&c. an wil hvemany bz
broideries to offer you.
s' Wdnes aiand Thursday,
Did you know that \V
HOPE t THE
A VICTIM OF LA GRIPPE.
Mrs. Henrietta A. S. 'Nlarsh, 769 V.
16th Nt., Its Anllgeles, Cal., 'residenlt
Wom11an's Benevolent Ass'n, writes:
"I suffered with Ia grippe for seven
weeks, and nothing I could do or take
helped me until I tried Peruna.
"I felt at once that I had at last
secured the right medicine and I kept
steadily improving. wit hin three weeks
I was fully restored, and I am glad that
I gave that truly great remedy a trial.
I will never be without it. again."
In a letter dated August 31, 11*1, Mrs.
Marsh says: "I have never yet hoard
the efficacy of Peruna questioned. We
still use it. I traveled through Ken
tucky and Tennessee three years ago,
where I found Peruna doing its good
work. Much of it is being used here
also."-Ilonrietta A. S. Marsh.
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
dnesday and Thursday, le
:h and 11th.
will display our Pattern the
'oui will find in our Millinery D)i
tyies in I lats and1 prices as abl
ermit. We cordlially i nvite 1I(0
openlig. WVe will show 70
1 Dress Goods, Tr imiings, sa
.rgains in Laces and( Em.
October i oth and i i . Plo
agons, Bugglies and ilar
IF you think all ready-made
Cloths are alike, you
hiaven't seen our Schloss cloth
,:s. The way they look is one
dlifference and a big one. Ex
tra good styling and tailoring
is resplonsil)le for that and the
materials are as good as the
Just dre)p your p>re judice.
ag;Inst '"Ready Made" lont,
(nMI"g1 to tr\ On a SChlos;
Suit. "nmi"lI IInd it. far I)etter
than tlh( a\e rag< (01u1 t-tail
W\, h.la ve a ll the'_1; lt- t ;1i\l(::.
Reduced Rates via (
TO AU(; UW.1G, (,A .-Account (eorgi
]i1(i. Round trip rate, including c
Cisas i"are. plus 75 centH. Tickets
sive, with final return limit Novemt
'1'O AUOUSTA, (,A.-Accout Home (
1911(. Round trip rate, One i"irHt, (
October 27, 28, 29, with flina return
TO CH ARLESTON, S. C.-Account. C
tri, rnte, One First ( 'las Fare plus
9 inclusive, with final return limit N
TO JACKSONVILLE, FLA.-Acconu
trip rate, One First Class Fare plust
7,9, with final return limit b'ovemt
s has advanced from 5 to 2a
ked ahead and until Christm:
-gies at the same old price.
W'heat sowing time will soor
heavy rains your lands shoui
e Plow. A fresh car of the (
Disc just received, both ti
ore you sow your wvheat come
our "'Superior"' Grain and Fe
(a you time and mloney.
Our stock's in all dlepartment
pjlete than they have ever bee
yed extra sales forces so you ~
our motto Is, " Unider lBuy, U
Finie othesMakers ,.
120 South Main steert, .
harleston & Weste
-Carolina Air, October 29-NoMnber 3
10 admission to Fair Grounds, $3Fis
on ae October 27 to November ip"lu
Roming W e iek, October 29 "Nov 2, '
nlass Fare; plsi r 25 conta. T o s
limit November 15, 1900.. :' '
ala Week. November 5-12. 1900, on 4
2) ents. Tickets on sale Nov: to
oveniber 12, 1906.
t Carnival, November 5-10, 1906,' .,ttotua ,; f
25 cents. Tickets on sale Novenibdt 4
er 11. 1906. ' "
*I,, r JrI
per cent., but we
is we will sell you....w
be here and after
Id be turnedl with a
vo and( three horse.
in andt let us show
rtilizer D)rills, it will
a are larger and more I
n and1 we have . em
ill not have to wait,
SENSATIONAL, SH OOTING T
Domestic Afrirs, Not PoliticM. Was tto
tasu of the Traiged). I
Frederick Sc.hafrhauser, cival on
;inoe(r of the hurecau of water of f
Phila-.elphia, was shot and proh a
ihly fatally wounded while a w< rk t
on the seventh floor of the city hall (
by Frederick IHornherger, a fire- '
itttti at one of the city pumiping
The slh(it1ing was i(tisatio,al I
11(1 it first hel it e l to -i.ve beent I
I'o re ult (f' po iti es, mi l ,u er it t.
vit l lt ( that it. was the oltttrtf,Iea ; I
>f do s tie h i t ii iir.. l a
ehnt1haufe t ho pat yar hadll l
t en m --h .11 ito ; t b e ly , trin- t
-ialy as t star it., ci
';11 i rn Ip11H''e"Idiiga ugunt,i John"ii %
W . [l ill, t" r1,: r headtt ..f the butr1 au ,
-orintrgr >(id flw imlie pthaertt
yed bttait,r for pioc rtin titll
with hii witt. and tcat her rl a-' I
t ions w:tr him reslted in h r death
r.c"Ptoky tfom ise i f. t
in its stckig Jim ilorn thoght
he w;uld not wait until Santa had
t.oo many to wait on, So iast Sun-1
day about 1:0, p. ll., Jaes ade I
appleation to Santa for his prsent
akying t the same time he prefer
red not to wait for procrastination
was dangerous in case the old wo- 1
man int erfered. J. Alonzo Brown,
N. P., took the same view of the e
situation and in a few minutes Mr.
James Pilgrim had for a lifetime
present Miss Artie Eades. The
happy young couple have the co
gratulations of many friends.
Wake up young people, Christ-I
bn as is coming and we are ready to
e p yo out of "single blessedness
to donble cussedness." B.
>, the 4th day of October, a
unty,nths wasceries begni
1emc aniebsns fPce
a u uITN-B ices
IN hasbee Pf r IonorSxp