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'149's Plostoffiee as Second ClaKss
210KENS, S. C,
T Ahurslday, July,9, 19011.
y not call it slaughtermobile?
B. 6,',rass Foud" is Kentucky's
now breakfast food.
The lynching fever is invading the
nborth withi the' velocity of a tornado.
There were twenty lynchings in
Juno. We are afraid to estimate the
Of courso lhe-r is nothing in a
name, but what's the matter wit.h
mnaking it "Oyiy john Rockefeller?
Hang a brook trout up in the
White House and Grover will make a
bee line for the presidny.
President Francis should geot bu y
and arrapgo for a "nigger lynching"
at the St. Loui E xposition, just to
vary the monotony.
General Miles will retire from the
commIanhd of The army next mo ' nth,
and will then have ample tio to at
tend social futtions and wear his
Saints preserve us! Theo ]Rocko.
fllers have agreed to pay the taxes
assessed against then. But Stop,
don't jolliry. They will rais the
price of oil.
Newport society lenders have an
nounced that they will wear t
onl the outside of their b
eason. This wil n pr?
Hanwh a br the rest of their
a a ung jury in that murer
easo down in Breathitt county, Ky.
But then tlo jury is about the only
thing that gets hung in that counity,
U. va . r nt, Jr., Son Of hi father
says tho vic presidential nomination
shoulad of the Parii coast, andth,
and ofvis fther halo apleunces that
-* ..ftend socialpfuations aan, ad ths
Saints resorv us! aT e upke
fellrs ave gredt payth txe
assesedagaist lzez. at sto
Newrtciety towarsav cosrutn
nouncd tasfydnt theywlierntw
ontakeyo outd f atspir inorh o
seJo. hieron Mognil rsig a
tofferea hr nkage restg theias
fwmns hichjur i vn that mre
But thn the jhrinag i auoh onlyi
tang thmath gets hn ins th roy
Nevadae te presdentialomisatioin
shud othe Unon ait osa ndsomeo
hor oaf higaters andnunweleh brthrs
he as apprpriteathlsu o
Mi2,00 Stone isnt mexBugatiathert
fiso eostion .afgwin, and,000
evaleha wilresdonuth arnovina
S yort bilios tnoubedy costucing
agood roas.ing outo don' rltink we
theied ttes comgavr and lto.s
bart. oohrdyepreda l
fJw Pyerspag. Thorsandrtg ha n
chanee ainkagmeiting wthe lua
few moth ich is eendinge arok
de tan ofthhikg commodite tof this
coutry, thesidessdvlpn rd
mNovalled Panam beasts andl stat frin,
the pnam, haptt shame formbof1
Harger'an Weel wealthy brothes.
peree awapopiae the ghyhmbof
ma)id xsto, of inhlig T$7kg00
Initutoe sle par forat iprl o
givtne? resfrueullvs d
Paorthe ywoiungwomet bten cam
abermatidn ou selatins. Proba
the Unthed tso ntttes. ua n o
fwuldr go. supThe iland foi
younce inwomslein ithe Ca
up~ thenaivsn Inis nd quiood
nue of bofthe comodiers arton th<s
countmov e Widen Taner froma th<
ine0 ated penitnaryat and inppoit,
anera aniehs sel Smihhi abou1
arpgeers t te t'udensip .p
tion ithBokes hadn'ntovd s they
prienera mith waught downme
heid of vle iut hepnd TuGeea
In titoteolv thrat rofle ohn
woud nt sppl thet deomg in
* ubro ohic hr a oneu
~nxiue eat A hor tie aoca.
remve Wae Tane fro toh.
Maolen threatens to tell thing
By all leans let him tell.
,An exohange announces that sl
eles are Vnore prevalent among It
e4 T,6 busy to die.
Public sentiment in Delaware
said to approvo the burning of Whi
at the stak'. But then it was a o
of White being black.
The St. Louis exposition will hal
sonie genuine Japanese geisha' girl
Now what in thunder Is a gcis
Kansas wants 75,000 people 1
work in the harvest fields. Some
our delinquent subscribers bt tter
out there and get a job.
Tho South won't let thQ negro vol
but permits him to work for a livinj
while the North permits him to vol
but won't let him work.
It is announced that the presider
"will go to the bottom of the posto
fice scandals." He will need a w<
sponge over his nose if he makes tho
The Canadian minister vho share
his bed 'with a negro who was ur
able to get hotel accommodations ha
not as yet received any voluntar
The prosperity of the farmers o
Indiana is shown by the fact the
their earnings, deposited in the stat
banks, have created such a surplu
that it cannot be loaned.
A negro preacher in Chicago i
calling on his brethren to drink bloo(
ind annihilate the poor white trasi
Such fools only aggravate an alread
If Clovoland should be electe
president ie would be confronte
with the alarming possibility of
fourth term. Politicians with th
presidential itch could never stan
anything like that.
t is out at last as to w
re president won't at v i iss Alic
to hava an automobile. 'he darne
thiig is too streenous and Tedd
doesn't want to be the cow's tail i
A Swiss scientist has revived den
dogs and given them a second ti
on eart&, in several cases of twenitj
four hours duration. It is not state
just what benefit was derived eithi
by the dogs or tie Bcientlist himal
In the change of venue grantedi
tihe Tillmnan case, a good deal of il
vectivo and animosity was showi
Statements were made relative I
certain newspapers that could not l
substantiated. We believe Jim Til
miarn could have gotten as fair a tii
in liichland county, if a fair (?) ti
was what he warnted, as he couldi
any county in the State. This mos
is just simply tire first link towar
acquittal, for political prejudice i
We frequently hear of some your
man temp~loraily discharging the di
ties of his chief in a manner bol
creditable to himself and his suporio
A case of this kind has been brougi
to light in Illinois, where Col. Jol
D. G. Oglesby', private secretary
Gov. Yates, is practically governor <
Illinois. Bef~re his departure f.
Europe Gov. Yates left many matte
of importance in the hrands of la
secretary, an)d although LieutI. Oc
Northcott is bottoming the executia
chair th.e responsibility is really (1
volvirng upon Oglosby. He is aboi
25~ years of age. anud is a son of formE
GoV. Richard J. Oglesby.
Governor Heyward has proven Iri:
self every inrch a manr ar.d is faithfu
13y carrying out with thre people ti
promises hoe made to them on tI
stump. He is a clean man aind
true one, and furthermore, he is
man thrat is' easily appro)ached at
lends a listening ear gladly and ii
inigly to any appeal that will help h
State or his people. Pickens courn
people are proud of him and proaid
tire record hre is rmakirng arid will evi
be readly to hold up his hands in I
discharge of Ihis duty. Long lif
good luck, and several terms ini (i
gubernatorial chair, for the mant
of Staito is on mnost worthy at
When congress passed the Dh
lawv reorganizing thre militia of tl
several states, and placing it und<
government control, it omitted or
foatunre which shrould not have bee
overlooked. That is tire matter
postage on official correspondene
The National Guard of the Distri
of C)olumrbia is allowed, thre privils
of using tihe government free frar
on all envelopes car'ryinrg official p
poe or documents of any niature, at
this privde'go shrould be extended
the niaval and mrilitary forces of tI
several states. Tire officers and mm
of thre militia give their time ant
energies to thre governmrent and tire
respective states without compens
tion, .and it is hrardly just to au
threm to meet expenses that~ shou:
b)0 borne by the government. 'If tI
militia of the District of Columbia
entitled to this privilege, certainly ti
forces of the states are on titled
the same, and .they should have
granted to themn at the next sessic
A pt. diar andi to somo people em
barassing state of affAir lias devblop
ed from otr occiatid oC4tbi IlIp
pines. Quit a nupiler of army offi
ces and at liger nuMber of onllted
men contracted Filipino, morrivgges
a with some of 'the young and pietty
;o native women, never thinking tliat
10 they would l49 held valid :in the
mother country. But the powers that
be hold otherwise, and the officei Itid
P men will be compelled to receive and
* support their native sponses, whother
a they like it or not. Tli department
is right, The matrienonal bond is
,o too sacred to be handlied in such ait
if manner by an American soldier, or
o citizen, and especially n our dealings
with people to whom we should sot
an example in morality. These gay
e Lothorios have made their own beds,
now let them lie on them, whether
;e they bo of feathers or stone-.
I esolutions by the Suimmer School.
t Pickens, S. C., July 4th, 1903.
Whereas, the Pickens County'
Teachers' Institute this day closes a
it term which, to all of us, has proven i
most beneficial season of instruction,
and whereas, we are desirous of tes
d tifying openly as to our appreciation
. of the many courtesies shown us by
our instructora, Ptofs. Dominick and
Dendy, as well as to their untiring
Y labors in our behalf and their most
efficient services without which our
efforts miust have proven failures.
Now, be it resoived, by the teachers
t of the Pickens County Teachers' in
E stitute in special meeting assembled;
First. That we tender to them our
most sincere appreciation of their un.
tiring interest and zeal in our behialf
Second. That their instructions
have been such that they will success
fully show forth throughout the coun
ty, and beyond Its limits, in practical
y results, the timely benefits of this
County Institute and demonstrato
that our earnest labors, in this behalf,
: under their directions, have not been
Third. That we hope to have these
a instructors to conduct our next sum
0 mer school in this county.
1 Fourth. That we desirespe6ycially.
to testify to poggi4e-bE:iefits derived
fromjka". e'1resting feature of sum
1iber school work kn6wn as "Round
e Table Talks," and believe that through
d these talks, we have derived helpful
suggestions which, in duo season,
Y will crystalize into material good to
n the schools of Pickens county.
Fiftl. That this opportunity be ap
propriated to the fulfillment of the
desire of each teacher of this summer
a school to express our appreciation of
,. the kindness of our County Superin
tendent of Education, R. T. Hallum.
Sixth. That a copy of these resolu
,r tions be sent to each of the instruc
f. tors,also a copy to Superintendent
Hallum, and a copy each t.o the Pick
n ens Sentinel-Journal and the Easley
r. Progress with the request that, spaice
permitting, the same be published in
ordler that our people may knowv of
0the diligence with which their teach
O rB are laboring for the chuse of edu
IBy the Committee:
i (Miss) Mamie Ballentine,
(Miss) Ola Major,
(Miss) Daisy B..roughs,
0 WV. T. Earle,
wVorksng Nignt anad Dar.
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
g Life Pills. These pills change weakness
into strength, listlessness into energy,
h brain-fag into mental power. 'They're
r, w rnderful in building up the health.
SOnly 25c per box. Sold by Pickens D~rug
O Mica NewsN Item.
f A.s I haven't sawv anything from
rthis section in so long I will try to
scribble a few lines.
.Farmers are getjting very near up
to ith their crops; crops are very sorry
v- this time.
aBorn unto Mr., and Mrs. Wmn.
e Barnes on-the 2d inst., a fine boy.
it We are glad to hear that M ra.
ir Harlston Chapman is improving some
after suf'ering so long.
Mr. J. Lucian Hendricks wvent to
t- Greenville last Monday on business.
1. Miss Evie Hendricks has been very
e ill for the past two wveeks, but is im
e proving some.
aI Mr. J. J. Anthony and Mrs. Millie
Hendricks have gone to Easloy today.
aPrayer meeting at S. M. Looper's
d last Sunday afterinoon was well atten.
is The Sunday school at Mt Tabor is
Ly in a flourishing coudition, with W. J.
SB. Chapman, Si perintendent. The
Sunday school scholars are looking
r forward to a Children's Day some
30 time in the near future. It will be
e, published later.
ic Miss Cora. Chapman 'visited her
le ibrother in the Lenhardt section Mon
Miss Fannie Looper visited Miss
Ellen Garren Sunday.
k This section was visited with a
e splendid r'ain last Sunday afternoon.
.It evidently was needed.
SMiss Lenora Looper visited at Mr.
Garren's last Sunday aind reported
an enjoyable time.
>fMr. Wash Bowen wvent to Pickens
a- on business Menday'.
3t If this does not find its way to the
oe waste basket I will write again.
k A Blue Eyed Giirl.
Liber by Local.
d Ever so quiet In this littble neckc of
to of the, woods: most everybidy has
e businehe and giving it their attention,
n~ if nothing but gathering blackberries.
You can't hire hands here.
rThe county road hands Ar'e work
i ing the roads around Liberty.
'i We have had good uains the past
k week and the farmers are .pntting in
d good time in their crops. -
e Constabl, McCraycy, *lth; Mack
is Stewart anid R. \V. ThinaR, cacught
some blockaders with sorn': whiskey
and horse and buggy one night last
j. U Stewart, son of N I. 8ts ar
n' hast itio$n at -PIttMbeg, i'a.
* ~%o.P~tm o ~imston~ >~Is
"Two years ago mny hair was
falling out badly.; I purchsed a
bottle of Ayer's Hair Vigor -and
soon my hair stopped coming out."
Miss Minni 'Hoover jls,Il.
Perhaps your rpotpQr
had thin hair, but that is
no reason why you must
go through life with half
starved hair. If you want
long, thick hair, feed it
with Ayer's-air Vigor,
and make it rich, dark,
$1.00 a bollle. All drag!sls.
If your drugist Cnti t supply you,
Bend us ono doTiliar and wo will oxiress
you a bottle. Jo slu:mo tu ive th0 nmlio
of your noareat ex press ofl ec. Address,
J. C. AY IC CO., Lowell, Mass.
One of the social events of the palit
week was the family reunion of the
Boggs family at the olk home of T.
0. Bloggs, deceased, tho 4th. 'ht ro
were fourteen Boggs' and seven closp
connection present. Addressba of
welbome were made by Rev. W. L.
Boggs, of Greenville, and Solicilor J.
E. Boggs, of Pickens. The occasion
will be long remembered astlhe crowd
was composed of all ages from the
wee tots to the hoary heads. The
dinner feature was complete in every
detail. They formed an organization
to meet annuallY and Re. . W. L.
Boggs, M. A. and W. L. Boggs was
appointed a committee to fix a date,
e tc,, for the next abnual meeting.
Death of Miss ida Webb.
Miss Ida was born at Rockingham,
N. C., in 1857, and departed this life
July 3d, 1903, at the home of her
parents in Pickens, S. C. --Besides
paronts she leaves two perrowing
brothers, both of whom are physi
cians. Dr. E. B. Webb was'with her
to the last and all that medical skill
conid do was done. Her tis 1%. go
ra omu_ -Sile'died.as she iv0<--a
consistent (bristian sDad uewnbei bf
the Methodist church.
As a child she was obedient, cheer
ful, gentle and freo-hearted. So de.
voted was she to her parents' home
that she preferred their protection
and 1.>ve to that of all suitors with
their flattering oftors. sh never
gave her parents one monue'nts' aux
ions care or pain but was affable, do.
cile, humble and charitable. To see
her was to admire her, to know her
was to love her.
As a sister she wt s as true as
gold purilied; one mor kind and do
voted no individual ever had. Bo h
in health and sickness, sorrow and
pleasure, she could not do too much
for her brothers.
She was a christian in) deed and
truth, "full of good works andl alma
deeds w hich she did." 'Hers was not
a mere profession but a recal possess.
ion. She livedl for others, niot for self.
IFor more than twenty years shelived
anl active, consecrated chr'istian life,
though during her last years her
sphere of activity was limite'dbecus
of physical infirmities. While rosi
(lent in Asheville, N. 0., she was con
stantly seen visiting the sick, cauing
for the poor and needy, filling an n
tive place in Sunday school, Mission.
atry societies, prayer meetings, etc.
1Hcr works do follow her, shle yet
speaks, Asheville calls her blessed.
As a disciple she was exemnplary,
trustful, quiet, always the same yet
over growing in grace and knowledgel
As a sufferer she was patient, un
complaining, submissive as a sermon
Hecr last testimony w as ione of faith
clear as the noon-day sun. "I am
ready to go, I waint toi go."
May the God of Comfort be witt
the loved ones. Idca is not dead, she
only reacl'ed heaveu before you.
The funeral took place at the hom<
of her father, HI. Hi. Webb, and thi
intermnent, took pla1ce inl the cemieteor;
tlhe day following her death i th<
presence of a large conictote 'bf po
roninlg relaitives anid fridnds.
- Ooluinoy itemsi.-.
Mr. Editor: Not seeing anythini
from thlis section, in my life, I wil
endeaivor to give you a fe-v dots.
I Ent to say that General Greet
is holding everybody's hand to th<
plo0w and hoe handle these days. A
this writing the crops are looking
backward in this valley.
The so called Pickens Ark sailed tc
Pumpkintown last week, and stail
there about a wveek and hatd a fin<
time smioking cigarettes. From th<
' ay they (lid while there it seemni
that they think we do not need roadi
up here. TPhe'work they di'd whuih
at Pumpkin town was -nothing. II
is there to show for itself. If this ii
the way they have dlolie all over th<
county, then, I say, awaylI awayl wil
the ark an I its inhabitants.
T. M. Jonos, at Rock,'potoffice, ih
turning out some fine furniture andi
any one needing anything in his lina
will (10 nell to give him an order.
Mv. T. J.
SBicycle Material of all kindIs,
SFine Cigars & Tobaccos,
Can.Goods, Sugar, Coffoe,
and many oilher thin~g' too
tedious to mEntion .. .
BicycleReparing OCref 11 De,i
All n't the lowest Cash- 1ice?
S0.0C. FICVKS& CO.,
West na creruL s e
W. T. MoFA
* PICKENS I
PROFITS, - -
I-terest paid on time Deposits. (
Liberal Trea~tment to all i
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OFSMA
J. V'. )1.%(10()), .1. P'. CAR IN.K
NV. hi. ilAGOMI, . V LI
. A. it, .. I. 81111W
J. L. Bolt, M. ).
Pickens Drug (
A NE-V W
..S PE1-. C J A
Plenty of Stationery, Tablk
and Time Books. . WTe awa
you want. , . . . . .
Yours for "Hustli
YOU'VE BEEN 'Ti
ALL OF 'EM SMA8H I
* SHOE VALL
* $2.00, $2.50,
Pride & Y
GI I E N V I F1, C
Sterlingr Silver 1te
Cu Giilass, Art P'ottery,
d. F. BRU N'
109 North Main Street.
*Or mal 2conta toC.j. MO
wih our baby when l as ba tvery youn Infnt,"as arprrventi
La eriwa sefu iething trouble, anaiseffect nhas een loa
"hidrnas *n|f he*.e"essi when theei a n bab in or ie hr
baby quiet. H AliTWELL M. AYER., (Manag~er 1
CRACK OOES TH-E WHIP
IN COME THE ORDERS
SELLS THlE VERY BEST GRADES'
AT THlE VERY LOWEST COST
It pays to fertilize yousr lanidsw
The Vlrginia-Caroiina Chemical Co..
CHA RLESTON. 8. C.
Bridge to Let.
On the 21st day of July, 1908, at 11
'clog~ok a im I will let to the lowest re- M
n lslile bidder, th e re irinig of the
,g ear W. J. Ponder 8 old mil, and
severKd ther smaltl bridges to let nearby .
on the e~~i day' A. J. Welborni, ant(
9.jnl w2 g Co. (iormmissonor.
....VIIfCINIA LLEGE... sAo
For YOUNG LAV*ES, onnmoke, Vn. 'lRe(
for oung 1diusi h SouhN t lliltH,
F iitano e qtipneoi. O m us er 'cteu.
Red for health,1u ea ti rioI
.teachera; 1il cott' ~ 6se e~r nId .r i
L, LOANS TO FA RM ERS.
J. .. tIJu(s,
T. N IiUNTii't
J. N. Halium, Ph. G.
)-I>I OR PLAIN.
s have sonething
anIl Je welry.
CREEENVIL LE, S. C.
B. Cures Cholera-Infanlum
the Bowel Troubles of
Children ofAn Ag.
Aids Digestion, I~~uate
the Bowels, Strengthenj
-the Child andI akes
liggistS, TEEThING EASY.
~FETT, M. D.. ST. L.0UIS, MO.
of elloe and to Carm eanti s weeto thestoniac
rrl sufl thato * " n *"ny peo le uet ep*j
ally Times and Weekly rmes-Messenger.)
Fertilizers on Balth"
s o call on J1. D1. MOOR E
and get, ai 10 poundic Caddy
Reliablo, $2.95 per box.
wn's Mule, $3. 10 per box.
Lhet, $3.00 per b)ox.
nappe, $:3.90 por box.
I Elephnt, $3 50 peri box.
a Frde, $3,40 per' box.
at Tom, $3 40 per. box.
or goods at equailly Ae 1on
I'Candy 150 a bon.
R Hauwi mewi ~u~FdtO%
-E4 RI N(
Full line of repairs for Deerii'
Sample Organ for Sale (
Suimmer Lap Robes 25c.
Wheeler & Wilsbn No. 9 ball bearing
Full line Shelf hardw
DeVoes Lead and Zir
Fewer Gallons wear; 14
Easley, S, C.
Do You .
if so coume to SEE U,
We hiaye the I
China at a Sa(
STOVES and RANGES, We mak,
FRUIT JARS; JELLY GLA
Summer Saving is Winter Pi
The BEST APPLE and PEACH P
in Easley. Save Fruit.
PAINT, OIL; METAL
Vtj-Come to see us to save mon
W. H. Pickens
H. A. RICH
We have honght tile largest all I mlIost con
cianlthse this 10l that we have ever.carried, w
in New Goods and Low P'rices. We invite a c
in South Carolina n S yles, Quality, Qiaitiy
lead the In-oceSsion this Fall and1c( will not be
will he eisy lr you to buy at Richey's who
pretty goo-!s anid get tihe p1rices, 11nd41 it certa
saved is a d"1lar1 made. Do you1r tra Irath - at I
We can show .oit exceplional vn111 ies I in D ress (
ill Gradles ais . Biea citiltil W aist Flanm1110
elegat lino of Dresses anl Timing iiecia
We ma oke ai pci ally of ourF Shioe Depacrtmci
gradesa for Ladii s, Men cam Chiilren. The hca
facloies iln Amearic'a. Buy your Shaoeroml
We guiaaico satisfaction.
D)OM1ESTIC D)EPA l'M1
G;ood Calicoes'. (GoWnin ,
WV hiite iI< me)Cspunl, best C mtion1 Flannell, best Ci
No mlatlter whait. jriCces are gno td youi we
H. A. R
M~'1iITE CHIEAPE~ST STO Hm IN
--FOR T E
For Cut Pt ices to suit the Dull
SGLASS \ CROCKER
TIN-WA RE, JEW
A Full line of
Cannied Goods(1, PicklIes,
Cakes, Canidies, Fruiiits,
MNllasses. e The JI
U~sed and recommended by all the Stock
Affps Liqiid Shoe0 polislh.
M RS. K. L CUR
A. K. P1
The Oldest Dry Goods Firn
The Original West End D~r
I can supply all of your wvants in
Dry Goods, Notigns
My house is full of 'new Spring ai
bought at the lowecst Market price an
cheap as good reliable goods can be
sileh to tell you intelligently or dlescri
advertisement, but, if you will call at
give us pleasure to show you what w
lowest p~rice that such goods can be
in ladies goods from a cheap lawvn tc
White Goods are very strong. Men'
strong line of Men's and Womens U
suit all-High Cuts, Low' Cults, Fint
Shoes. It will cost you nothing to kc
Some people saythey save money by
buying. Polite attention guhiianteedl
Specialty of them.
ARERS ever sol
11te s'ock of lle.able Mer,
th il-( rcat'ea st altractions
oinp'Irison wit h aiy holuso
nii ii ice. We iuenn to
undrt'Isol by anyhody. It
it you stop !nd1 examine the0
Ily will pay 30. A dollar
i(er's and e dollars.
loods in Bl k and Co lors, -p 4
'I in PIin ai.d flcy. An -
as anid you i le3ased.
Y-WA R E,
Oat Me~al, (Craker's
Nuts, TenQ~, (Cotee.
3st Cheese on Earthi
schiang~e for Gloods.
ETON & CO0
i in (reenville.
y (;oods Store,
Id Summer G~oons,
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