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From Spencer Idaho.
Spencer, April 24.--: will give
your rdaders a few dots from the
range of the Rookies where the bum
lamb takes the lead.
The farmers are all letting the
twister down and everything points
to the most prosperous year that we
have ever experienced in Idaho. Al
kinds of fruit looks favorable. The
high mountains are still covered with
from two to four feet of snow which
will furnish plenty of water for irri
Stock of all kinds wintered well
here, especially sheep, and they have
been on the range since March 17th,
all doing well. The range is the
finest we over saw at this season; all
the bum lambs look like stuffed
We can tell a sheep man as far as
we can see him; he looks like one ear
was gone, but it is not gone, it is
only hid with a grin; wool is 25 cents
a pound and most of the ewes have
The season is well advanced now
and most of the farm land is in good
condition. Beet planting is well on
and an immense crop is expected.
The creeks and rivers are rising
fast caused by the melting snow on
On all corners we see cards that
read thus: "Men wanted, to farm,
haul lumber, work in beet field or
herd bum lambs; wages, $40 to 60 a
month and board.
We now have several lickens
county boys here at Spencer: Paul
Ligon, Ivy Kelley, Chas. Alexander,
Thos Lynch, Pistol Jack and Rocky
Mountain Sai, all are with ti bum
Iambs anid all are proud to be in this
prosperous counirv. We ba:e had
several let ters of inquiry the last
month from the readers of the Sonti
nel-Journal, wanting to know when is
a good tine to land in Idaho. We
will say to them through the Senti
nel-Joirnal, if the editor doesn't
kinck, 'that when the heart gets
right to coine West any day in the
year is a gocd timi,e to comin here
The w"ate' is good and the people are
healty, and there are no snakes here
unless you get to() much bouzo. Ve
know of several young"men wanting
to come 1Nist, but they must first get
their hieart5 right and say here goes,
for I am boo ud to Seet John Tiglanu
When two Virginians Meet.
The lirst thing t wo Virginians (10
when they meet~ is to take a mint ,ju
lop together. They next talk kini.
If they are strangers to one another
the first regnisite is to locate and
thus idlentify each other; then they
take another julep. Then the wild
hunt for relatmonship begins and
generally ends in establishing a cous
ins~hip of from the first to the tenth
degree of a marriage somew~here be
tween 1650 and the present. Thea
they take another julep, and t,be con.
versation takes this turn and goes on
"You say you are of the Rtandlphs
of 'Curls?' "
"No, but my mother was a Page.
Her mother was a Burwell. My
great-grandmnother was a Carry. My
great-grandfather wias a Leue. My
great-gr*eat-grat-ran)dmother61 was a
Washingtoni, and my great-great
great grandifather 'was a Randolph
of Tuckahoe, and1, atn" --.
"Hlere aiot her maint julep stops
In G reece t he nsual price of oliv'e
oil is only about. 20 cents a quart at
wholesale. W lien the yijeld is excep.
tionally largew, pure oil is stl
cheaper. * Lii
This is to eertify that all druggists ame
authorized to refun id your nioney if yo',.
Joy's . lloy andt Tar fails to curo your
cough or co0ld. It stop 'the i cough,
heals thle Ilugs and preiven ts serious re-.
suIts from a (olId. Cures Ia grippe olughi
and predvenlts~1 peunia and ti( (colnup
tioni. CJonta ins no otiat es. 'The Geu ,
inc is ini a N(elIOlow pckage. Rjefus' suIb
itituteos. Parin is Ph armacy', L ib erty,
and Piekens D)rug Con.
stons th. oou&dh and heal. 1ung,'
A stranger came one night to Yus
Saying, "Behold one outcast and
Against whose life the bow of power
W ho flies and hath not where to
lay his head;
I colne to thee for shelter and fot
To Yussouf, oalled through all our
tribes, 'The Good '"
"This tent is mine,'' said Yussouf,
but no more
Than it is God's; come in and be
Freely shalt.thou partake of all my
As I of His who buildeth over
Our tents His glorious roof of night
And at whose door none ever yet
So Yussouf entertained his guest that
And, waking him ere day, said:
"Here is gold;
My swiftest horse is saddled for thy
Depart before the: prying day
gro a bold."
As one laup lights another, nor
grows less, .
So nobleness enkindleth nobleness.
That inward light the stranger's face
Which shines from all self-cou
quest; kneeling low,
He bowed his forehead upon Yus
Sobbing, "0, Sheik, I cannot leave
I will repay thee all this thou hast
Unlto thtat Ibrahimn who slew thy
"Take Ihricie the gold,'' said Yus
tutl', "for with theo
Into th," desert, nevur to return,
M ly tne bi lack thoughtt shall Il
Itwaiy 11rom1 m e;
I 'tO ur whoin by <il}y an
to ghit I ye:arn,
13h11ltc a ld just ato all of (lod's
Thou art :tieut tl, aiy fist-bl,rl;
slep ill pelce."
- - 11a1 S l" s'18e! Lowell.
Doesn't Know it All.
"WVinr. do you st ily at school, mxy
"'Ildeedl! WA'hat can you tell mec
aibou t C harlernague'''
"Oh, sir, we have only got as far
as Atlam and Eve."- -[fFiaaro.
To A Bold Step.
Toovereco the well-grounded and
reasoniable objections of the more Intel
ligenit to the use of secret, mnediinal comn
pounds, Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Ruf falo, N,
Y., seome time ago, dlecided to maiiike a bold
departure from the usual course pursued
by the makers of put-up medicines for do
mestic use, and so has published broad
eat, andl openly to the whole world, a full
and compjlete list of all the ingredients
entering into the compositIon of his wIdely
celebrated medicines. Thus he has taken
his numerous p)atrons and patients Into
hIs full confidence. TIhus too lie has re
moved his medicines from among secret
nostrums of dIoubtful merIts, and made
them Remedies of Kno it wnmpostfhlo.
By this bold st(ep Dr. Pierce haos shown
that his formulas are of such excellence
that lie Is not afraid to subject them to
the fullest scrutiny.
Not, on.ly does the wrapp,er of every bottle
of Dr. Pierce's Gioldlen Medicai I scover,t? the
famousit med lcine for we.ak stomnach, torpid
liver or hl1limosness and all vat arrhcal dlIseases
whierever located,. have prited upon it, in
Pluinl Engolish, a fu,ll and vornliete' list of all
the itagredllients compijosin ~it, but a small
book lhas bjeen comiipilt frotnm an-tos
st anda rd moedicle works, of all thle dlifferent
otis cxi.racts fronm tho writ ings of leuadinig
pn'ruiIt ion ers of miedlicitne, endohrsinig in the
24trioiIet pi l,lcfuI terms,.t eac n dl ti2 e'ver V'iiM re
cdIent, con2ta Iied in IDr. Piert'( 's 5 M- iiies
Onc of these little bookils wi hi mii.ledi frio
to ainy one1 seiniig aidduress 1n mo~t al etard or
hy let ter, to lDr. (. V. P'ierre, lf lo,ht N. Y.
andu rineuist ing t ho sarn. i-ro,nti s litt ic
btotok it wrill ho learned tht. Dr. IPIire's nu,d..
ttemes etint olonino ih-ohol, Iiac, t iri. n rineral
agoets or (it her ttoh,onttous or injurite,ius tit
and1 that tey arte made fromt nt iv', it,cl.pi
itil roo1 ts of reat itine; also tht. somei of
the nti, vahltoable iingridleitmci m une it
lir. I !itrji.s l'avite Prtesipitin for weiak,
and dili ta:ted w<lnttin, were eitit ol,l lcng
atost lng t heir s)tuatws. Iin fact, (tie of the
i~~21Upositin of D r. P'1i.ee's PaaviitIe Piro
"Sna9 l",,row to thei iianuis as
of noa. c.1 " (Ounr knowledlgei of t uses5
odila hyw of ou nmost valuabile liuive ro
As i ni iut s was~ cta ed frcom I he 111inians,
('(ssis, thle j! liito'edItii and et ,ro
ettli lent reltil bIr it Prel'iserlt l "i it"s ti muost
anIy funtc.tin5 foeultig till the wom-i
proi (lapsus, 't orrct ing disla eenits, as5
nervcs and h u ln periods ta ninfgc stat hO
health. S0 o ir\al houtjr a perfesaeo
Cures Coughs, Colds, 4
and Lung Troubles. Prc
Pickens Drug (
Notices of Sale, Wants. Swaps, etc,
inserted in this Column at 6 cents per
line for each insertion. Nothing taken
for less than 10 cents.
For Sale-A valuable upland farm
with 6-room dwelling, barn and sta
bles, 200 yds. from church, store ind
school house. Address, B. 0. Jones,
Greenville. or F. R. Moon, Liberty.
Sugar and coffee at J. D. Moore's.
Wanted, to buy 1,000 iens, 1,500 doz
en eggs and all the roosters that we can
get. W. E. Freeman & Co.
Flour and meat at J. D. Moore's.
Wben in Easley put up your stock
at B. P. Martin's feed and livery sta
ble. He also handles all kinds of
Muscavado and Portorica molasses
at Craig Bros.
Tobacco & can goods at J. D. Moore's.
I will pay top prices in cash or trade
if you will bring me your chickens and
eggs. J. D. Moore.
I would like to fill a limited number
of bills for houses with first-class rongh
lumber ht $1 per 100 at mill. 4 miles
west of Pickens. A. W. Gravley,
Route 3 Pickons.
Bran, shorts and chops at Craig Bros,
A few first class sewing machines,
slightly used to be sold at grently re
dueed prices. Also sewing machin'es re
paired. Call at Craig Bros
O. P. Knight.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors
Not lee is herelby given to all persons h,Ie ing
eltirns nitnst the estale of Jlese ( 'renshrtt'a w lt
eensed. that th"v mtiust tile the stntc with the
unidersignei pruperly llPprove< on or hefore
the first dtl (it :lay ticxI. r h,e hnrre<d.
.I. .\. s'I'\\ \ r T.
A CI;It'T'AIN CUItI; FO 4 aCI IIN(: Ii"El'
.\11ett's I'Unt"I-1l Se. It ;~+wder,,"itires Tire<l..-\eh
11 . sw '8titt?. swo!b'ii feet. S11a1in, sent I-' . -:
itrw il1Vr 10iot. .1,tttre"S. .\!ient S. <tlnitt! ,I.e
tm, N 1
Land For Sale.
\Vo h;tve 7,5011 aeres of lItntl for sale
in I rtots o; from 200 to ],;500 acres i) I
(ireene .o"'ity (h'orgia. This land is
fertile mt I will Iprodulttce good cro)4s.
We will "lie t th,' Ilrge tr.cts into smuall
farmus 'nI1 give f:v' year pvt''ients with
111w fir st ( Iayriet ((ash. ['ie i81J0 to
$*12.5) per aerte. For futher inftorma
M4CO\DMONS & RET'D
Call on W. HT. Chasfain, R. F. D. 31,
5 miles 1North( of Pi()kens, if in) uneed of
bunildmng himbe:r, oak or inei. All orders
will ireceive prompt aittentioni.
81111111101s forl' elief.
ST ATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA,
Court of Common Plea'.
Suii' H-ester andl Blanche Messer,
Matry E. Martin, Lettie Newton,
Mattie Hester, Myra Lay Cox,
Mrs. C. M. Martin, WV. V. Clay
ton, Mattie Dickson, Lettie THot
andl( Jessie Dobbins,
SUMMON~S FOR RELIEF
To the defendants above named:
YOU ARE H1ERE~BY SUMMONED
andI requiredl to answer the comp)laint in
this action, of which a c~opy 1s herewith
served upon you. andr to servo ia copy of
your answer to the sidt comp)laint on
the subscriber at his office Pickens,
South Carolina, within twenty da a of
the service hereof, exclusive of the day
of suchl service; and if you fail to an
swver the complaint within the time
aforesatid, the Plalintiff in t his action
will apply to the enu trt for the r'elief de
ma~nded in tis~ complaint
Dated March 21st A. D). 1907,
A .J. Bioggs, C. C. P.
Julius E. Boggs,
To Mrs Lette Newon:h1ff s A tt/y.
'Tako notion th at thle stunnon and ~it
c'omiplainit ini t his nlot.ionl were liled ini
the Clerk's office on t.he 21st day3 oIf
March. 1907, a nd, thei 1 oje)ct of this ilo
tioni is to pattitLion the landi( (dscribed in
thet comiph~iint and1( not personl claim is
made aga ist you.
Juliuis P1. B')ggs.
The IirutenC electii for Six Mile
school district hais b ieen changed from
May 11th to May 18th. Polls oponi at 2
p. m . and close at ~ p. mn. Elctioni to
be0 hold att schiool house. By ordeor (of
the county Board of Education.
30apr2t R. T1. lallumn,
Sec. and Chrm.
,roup, La Grippe, Asthrma,'
wents Pneumonia and Consui
ompany, Pickens, Parkeu's Pharm
e AeNaW Re
Nothing but expense was spa
goods. We are satisfied that
right styles and the right prices.
Don't Let Cheap Talk j
If our goods are not as repr<
them. Some goods are high<
divide with you. We have evei
Dry G00s, Notiono, UndQr
that the average customer want
the price as low as same goods
When you come to Greenvi
make it pay you.
ithat you "plough
for that is your business, th
/, See that you get the most m
for your crops-by using libera
They will greatly "increase your
obtain the lasrgest possible amount
your acreage if you wiall, but dou
Fertilizers, and you' will see, feel
your increasedi profits. Did yo
dealer a copy of our free alman
rug -Richmond, V
Fer i scharleston,.s
'a lii Memphis, Tc
Wholesale and FE
We have just received three
f Flay. We also have a [full
Ohops, Bran, Shorts, Oats and<
sole Guano Distributors and C<
'ou money by buying from us.
Phone or write ns. Your oi
GARRISON WY A
P'rensit, V n 5 r<
Acconit of Mcnan uin o ri , . i n
HONEY and TA.
nption YELLOW PACKAGE
acy, Liberty. . _
red in the selection of these
we have the right goods, the
Sell You Goods,
iine the quality.
sented, you don't have to buy
:r than last season, but we will
Ner &osiory ad shoes,
, and we absolutely guarantee
are sold anywhere.
le, come to see us, we will
e noblest occupation oq ear:h.
ney out of your ploughing--~or
Ina Fertilizers. -
yields per acre," and help you to
of money for your labor. Decrease
ble your use of Virginia-Carolina -
and hear your pockets jingle with ___
.1 get from us or your fertilizer
ac ? It's a beauty, and full of
a. Norfolk. Va. Durham. N. C.
C. Baltimore. Md.
nn. Shreveport, La.
Vyatt & Co
etail Dealers in
r1 All IK~indsl of eed
car loads of Flour and three
stock of Coitton Seedi Meal',
orn. \'Ve sell the celebrated
>tton Planters. We can save
ders will receive promplt at..
Yours for business,
11. . S. :C.