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-J. T. Iarmon, of Beaufort, Vas
hor on business last week.
-I have four nice milch cows for
sa111. J. D. Holder, Pickens, S. 0.
---crklshire pigs for sale. Ivy B1.
Mlauldin, Pickens, S. C. 2w.
--Dr. WV. F. Austin, dentist, will
bo in Eailey August 4th and 5th.
-Clarence, the little son of D. F.
Paco, is quito si-k with typhoid
-Don't fail to iec the chango in
the Littlo Beo Hivo'u ad. They offer
-Miss Stella Harris, of Pickons,
is visiting Miss Mary Dagnill, at
-Mr. and Mrs. A. R. N. Folger,
of Gafihey, visited relatives in Pick
ons last week.
-L. S. Grandy, wire and children,
or Gr(sonville, visited relatives in
Pickens last week.
-Elijah Gilstrap, a good citizen or
Alpharetta, Ga., is on a visit to rela.
tivos in this county.
-Savo your forago with tho up-to
dato Plano Mower and Rake. R. 0.
Carter, Liberty, agent.
--Willio Mauldin, son of E. E.
Mauldin, who is in Greenville, visited
relatives here this week.
-A. J. Walker, a substantial citi.
zen of Alpharetta, Ga., is on a visit
to rolativos in this county.
-Misses Mary and Feddie McDan
iol returned \Vednesday from a ten
days visit to relatives in Greenille.
--Miss Sue Gaines, of Central, S.
C., visited her sister, Mrs. Jean Zach
ory, last woek.-Toccoa (Ga.) Record.
-Read the ad. of W. H. Pickons'
sons and prolit by it. They offoryou
good goods at the lowest market
-Dr. W. F. Austin, dr.ntist, is it)
Asheville, N. C., this week attending
a meeting of the National Dental As.
-Aliss Corric Murphy, a charm
ing young lady, from Thornwell Or
phanage, is spending awhile with
Mrs. Flora Lathen.
--If a woman can't find anything
else to brag about her husband, she
will tell how dignified he was when
hiis landlord insulted him.
--The site for the Pickens oil mill
lhas been selected; it will be located
on tho nort~h side of the railroad, ad
joiniiyg H.'B1. Hendricks' lot.
~'-Mr. Douglas Jenkins, a promi
nent member of' the Pickens bar, w~ho
studied law in Cljarleston, is here for
a few day3s.-Chagj~ton g'ost.
-Mrs. R. (. Lawrence, of'lentii,
is ini the city to attend the funeral
services of Mrs. H1. M. Shumnate.
Greenville Daily Herald 20th inst.
--Miss Maude Griffin, of Belton,
who is visiting her b~rother, J. C.
Griflin, at Easiey, paid a visit to Miss
Sadie Richey in Pickens last week.
(800) cords good four (4) foot pimc
wood. Goodl price. Apply to Fiar.
mers' Oil Mill, Greenville, S'. C. 323
-Elbert (flub) Mauldin, wvho has
beeni in Texas for some time, but who
is now located at Newry, was on a
visit to relatives in Pickens last week.
-Mr. Barnett Cely, of Brushy
Crookc, Texas, accompanied by his
uncle, Frank Elrod, of Anderson, S.
(C., are visiting the latter's sister, Mrs.
\V. Hi. Ashmore.
--Rev. J. B. Trammecli w~ill preach
at TIown~ Crook school house on next
Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. He is
a good preacher and should have a
-Alonzo F. Galloway a prominent
planter and agriculturist of the Eas
tutoI section accompanied by his
brothetr in law,' (G. McD). Do~dgemns are
visiting relatives in N. C.
--N. D. TaymLlor, phlotographoer, will
he in his studlio, Cniroy boilding, on
Tuesdaly..and Wedne1sda~y, August 4th
- ami 5th. Re1lmnembier the (late, and
tall on him for. mc wvork.
.N-liss Ruth Willimon an~d her
friend, Miss Essio Alexander, left for
G*reers to spehnd awhuile. Th'ley will
bisit relatives and friends in Green
villo before they return home.
-An exchange says, "When co
nnndrms run low the question
tarises, what will they do with Jim
Tillman?"' This question has been
settled ini the minds of many already.
---Give us your order for job print
ing. Our line of stationery is com
plete and we can do your work withl
neatness and despantch. (Call and get
our prices. We can save you money.
-Blookcer Washington say's the
way to deal with the nuegro vagrant
question is to keep the back door of
your kitchen locked. Yes, and keep
the vagrant's sweehar-t out of the
--Hore is an obituary printed1 in a
Kansas paper: "She reared nine
children; she darned 10,000 socks;
- ho cooked 100,060 meals; she n asihed
,0,00 dishes and died andl went
---Mr. and Mrs. Moss Taylor, of
Easley, Misses Nellie West and
Louise Mackey, and Thoron Ballen.
gor and Perry Earle have returned
from a woomk's visit to Caesar's Head.
-Grecenvillo Daily Herald.
--Married, on Thursday July 23d,
1903, at the residence of C. H. Clas
sell, Mr-. Thomas Masters, of Trans.
ylvania counlty, North Carolina, to
Mis's Aurie Cassell, of Pieketis coun
"4"ty. John L. Graveley, N. P., oficiat
-S. N. Wyatt, of Groeenville, is
circulating in Piekons this wook -and
shatking hands with lisa many friends.
He is-ii h' sth ook huRnose5 andi hiji
visiting her bousie0, t 6 6 s Ah.
-Rev. George Nalley is cond alt.
inga glorious meeting at. Mount
Olivet this week.
---B. O4 Carter, Liberty, has . re
ceived a complete line of buggies, hai'
ness, saddles, vbip, laprobos, etc.
-A large crowd of' the young peo.
pie of Pickens are enjoying the sights
and beezos around Table Rock this
- Miss Ollie King, an attractive
young lady, of Charlotte, N. C., is I
visiting Miss Essie Earlo and the
-B. E. Gran~dy is rushing the
complotion of the elegant home he is
building for B. A. Hagood. It is i
nice plan and he is doing a nice job.
He has several other contracts; some
at Easley and other places.
-Married, at the residence of tE
brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Prince, on Thursday evening, July P
16, 1903, Mr. Rufus 0. Spearnan to
Miss Lola Prince. All of Pickens
county. B. J. Johnston, N. P., offi.
--Lost--On Wednesday July 22d,
1903, between Towa Creek bridge
and Hagood's Mill, one Brown check
ed coat, containing a pair of glassos
in a tin box in the left hand pocket.
Finder will return to The Sentinel
Journal offico and be rewarded.
-John Hunter, colored, living on
the Twelve Mile side of the county, t,
ot himself in the shoulder Tues. r
day. He had mounted hjhorse and
reached down for his gun and as ho
drow it up it was discharged, the
load of shot taking effect in his
-Married, July 19, 1903, at the
residence of David Bolding, Mr. Mar
shal Martin to Miss Dora Lord.
After the ceremony, by Rev. S. G.
Sloan, homo excellent music was en.
joyed. The young couple have our
best wishes for prosperity and future
happiness. All of Pickens county. t
-A kiss is a peculiar proposition. a
Of no use to one, yet absolute bliss d
to two. The smail boy gets it for
nothing the young man has to steal
it; and the old man has to buy it.
The baby's right, the lovers privilego, g
the hypocritic's masc. To a young A
girl faith; to n married woman hopm, t
and to an old maid, charity. t
-According to an exchange, the
man wiho went out to milk and sat on
a rock in the middle of the pasture
and waited for the cow to back up,
was a brother t, a man who kept a
store and %ouldn't advertise because P
he reasoned that the purchasing pub \
lic nould back u) to his place of g
business when it wanted something. 0
-Mr. and Mrs. William Plummer,
who have been at Easley for some h
time, have come to Pickens. Mr. ~
Plummer is Deputy Grand Supreme b)
Organizer of the "Improved Order of ~
Heptasophs" and is orgaihizing a
lodge in Pickens. He is meeting
with good success, as representative
citizena of this community have ex
pressed a willingness to go into it.
The order carries an excellent, insur- tl
-Every farmer's son wants to be t'
a school teacher; every school teachei' v
wants to be an editor, every editor I
would like to be the president of a r
bank and a large stockholder in tho b
same, every banker wvoul.1 like to be a
a trust magnate, and every trust b
magnate hopes some day to own a r
fancy farm and have choice breeds of a
chickens, cows, horses and pigs to
look after. Every old sea captait,
wishes to end his days on a nice farm ~
when he retires from sea. We end s
where we begin. b.
-Those who attended the Farmers' ~
institute at Pickens last Friday, the
24th inst., were well paid. The ad a
dresses by P'rofs. Newman, Morrison
and Upton were both entertaining I
and instructive. Prof. Newman, in ,
his clear, simple and impressive Bstyle,t
told of the necessity of thorough a
prleparation and rapid and shallow q
cultivation in raising paying crops. ci
"T'o kill the grass and wveeds," says i,
he, "should be but a secondary object ~
with the farner. But stir tihe ground
that it may retain its moisture-." By g
recently collected statistics, Prof.
Morrison demonstrated the ad van.
tages of, and demands for industrial
education. Dairying and stock
breeding were discussed by Prof.
Upton. '.'he meetIng was opened
wvith music and called to ordier b~y J.
The Eastatee singing association
met with Holly Springs Baptist j
church last Sunday. Tihe president C
being absent, the vice-president took ~
charge of the choir and called the as.
sociation to order. We had some
sweet music, arnd that good christian
hearted and noble Sunday school t
worker, Maj. G. M. Lynch, took \
charge of -his Sunday school. All 5
had good lessons and it was interest, a
ing to hear them recite their lessons, I
-more especially the little fellows.
They have a good Sabbath school at ii
Holly Springs and it speaks well for v
the people. We are always glad to
hear the welcome advice and instrue (
tions the superintendent gladly and a
An intermission of ten minutes was
given before preaching; after which,
all listened to a very impressi ve ser.
mon delivered by Rev. A. J. Manly.
After the sermon one hour was an
nounced for dinner. Thvn all par.
took of the good things that conul be
wished for, and the ladies round
about Holly Springs know how to fit
things to suit the inner man.
After refreshments, all re-assem- I
lhed in the house for music; which d
we certainly had, too.
The leadems were Messrs. R. M. 1
Bolding, A. TI. Winchester, John t
Bakcer, WVillie E. Thomas and Mason n
The organists were Miss Lizzie
Ohastain, Mrs. Flora L,. Winchester -
and Willie E. Thomas. The organ.
ists did themselves much credit in I
performing S ho organ. l
The g~ o pie of Holly Springs I
have our t'i o k entertaining the C
association so and giving them
aulch a-hearty m)ne.
We hope to he. the pleasnre of u
mting with th~i in W
Mrs. 13. Willians is improvli
Rev.Lem Fre"mran lilled hip regu
r appointment at Mount Tabor las
The wedding bolls will ring arouni
Scohool convened at the Mica schoo
:uso Monday morning with Elber
Wash Niminons, J. L. Hendrick
id Robert Ninitnons went to Oreo
lie ou% buuiiness Monday.
Miss Anna Hughes visited Mis
l[aggio Chapman Sunday.
We are having somo very dr;
'ather, but think it will rain befor
1e crops dry up.
Mrs. Lenora Feucley is spendino
lit week with her mother, Mrs. Mil
e Hendricks. We certainly ar,
lad to seo Lonora-tack again.
A grand time was reported at th
ionic Wast Saturday.
There will be prayer meeting A
[ount Tabor next second Sunda
ight, Everybody invited. Let
1i come and have a nice meeting.
Liberly, S. 0., July 28, 1903.
Yesterday the first dog day, no'
>r rain forty daye, as it rained 3e
High dry winds lask wook drie
10 landa until crops are needinj
There was a barbacue here Satui
av gotten up hy the unbleache<
'mericans of this section. No on
'as killed, but a three-woman roa
nid fight and a one woinan cuss 'er
ut, which rucruited the town coffer
Farmers' institute was bold lir
londay. Was well attended an
msiderablo intorest manifested.
Protracted meeting in progress n
Lie Presbyterian church this weel
'ev. McLees in charge. Preachini
b 9:30 a. m., and 8:30 p. m., eac"
,ty this week and next Sunday.
Edgar Templeton is critically ill
Jas. Oats and Tilimnon Smith hav
oue to Chattanooga, Tenn., where .
. Smith, tho latter's brother, wa
urned to death in a warehouse c
je Keyser Manufacturing Co., th
There are several cases of fever ii
is section at present.
No watermelons come this way yel
The store of T. S. Glenn and th
ostofilce at Slabtown, was lootoi
londay night and some money an
oods taken. The robbers hav
ade their escape so far.
Our town dads are having materit
tid un the ground to build a ne
rick station house, as the ol on
as consed to be secure or a de~sirI
le lodging place sor on'onders, et<
Easley, S. 0 , July 28, 1903.
Newvs was received here last Frida
tiat J, A. Smith, of Chattanooga
ad been burned to death in a fa<
ory wvhere he was emplloyed as nigli
,atchman. Jay was well known her<
s a brother to Messis. Ashley, Tul
aan aind Bennett Smith, and
rother-in-law to Messrs. Janmes, J'.
nd( William Oats. .James Oat
3(t for Chattanooga Friday, a"
ews received from him confirms th
Mr. Cemp Johnson has received
ow automobile, which caused
rent deal of excitement amnoug tih
nmall boys and the colored populace
eing tihe first of the kind ever i;
Thelj county road gang is doin
omie needed work around here nov
Four wvhite boys were arrested hem
ist wveek charged with vagranc'
L cheap pistol wvas found on onie<
bem, which caused the young ma
whole lot of trouble and anxiet'
'lhe mayor. fined him $15 or thirt
ays. Not having the dough hie la<
a take the dlays. Thme other thre
roved true to their pal, as they a
PenZ on to Piokens wvith tihe inter
ion of helping him work out hi
The store of (Onllahanm Bros., wa
rokeni into last Thmurs lay v'ight am
etween thirty and forty dolirs wort!
f jewelry' was taken. The jeweir
oiongedl to Harvey Snider, wvho ha
art of the room for his jewelry an11
elpair shop. No clue has b'Len fouwi
a yet. The robbers mnade their er
rance by forcing the back do(o0
hey took groat pains in closing thm
oor's wheni they got wvhat they wanrmt
d. This is a sevoro loss to M
nidler and we hope the rogues wi
Tihe colored B3iptists dedicate
heir newv church yesterday. Rev. 11
V. Hiott preached tho dedicatio
ermnon. This church is a nlice onc(
nd speaks wvell of tihe colored pet
lo of Easley.
Mr. H. A. Richey, of Pickons, we
o Easley 0on business one day lam
Tihe Easley ball team wvent t
freenville Saturday where they plan
d a game against Poe's Mill, resul
ug in victory for the Easley boys
score 5 to 2.
Mills' Mill team wvill pilay' the loee
mere next Saturday.
Miss Sadie Richoy, of Pickens, an
4iss Corrie Murphy, of Clinton, via
ted Mrs. J. C. Rlagsdaile, a few day
A sociable in honor of Miss Maud
*riffin, wvas enjoyed by soral younmm
100op1e at Mr. N. D,. Taylor's rer
Lenco Friday evening.
Mr. Editor, I hear that Nautim<i
mliss coimng and I will have to do a
ho budget for this time and go or
llridge to Let.
On Monday, August 5th, 1908,
.0 o'clock, a. mn., I will let to tI'
owvest responsible bidder, the r
mlading of the Possum Valley brldy
n Ouonoy river,
A. B. Talle, Jr,,
Opened at iR. C." ARTER1'S Liber
St1111til 11 t011i' stbek of
We can tell you here of but very fow of thi
9 . appreciate them. Prices will be speocially redt
gardless of cost. Road every word and then
W Look for the tickets, goods marked in plain i
V less than half price.
Umbrella's heavy twill steel rod worth regulai
, 75c this sale they go at 45c.
D 0 00 inch red Table Damask warranted bost
turk'ey red regularly priced at 65c per yard
e going during this sale at 24o.
1000 yards calico; standard, going long as it
lasts at 44c the yard.
15 dozen Men's Dress Shirts, regular $1.00
kind to go during this sale at 65c.
10 dGzen Men's Dress Shirts, 75c kind to go
during this sale for 65c.
My immense stock of shoes all to go In this
sale at great money saving prices.
V One lot of men's shoos regularly pricoe. at $1.50
to go for 95c.
R. C. CARTER
*~4D~~S#R. C 0C1
Bgi ning Friday June 26 2
Are going to be sold for a song. Yo
does not mean old hard stock but everythir
intend to carry over anything in these dep
,,,Ribbons Reduced About One Half,,,
No. 16 Taflta, sold for 15cts to close out at 8c.
y No 40 " " " 20cts to " " " 12c
, No 6() "' ' " 25cts "' " " '' c
- No 80 " " " 30cts " ''" " 35c
t No 40 Satin Taflta sold1 for 20c to close at 1
. No 60 " '' " " 85c to
I No 80 " " " " 45c to " " 25c
a No 40 Moire, sold for 25c to close out a t 180
e No 60 "' " " 30c to '' " " 20c
S No 80 " " " 35c to " " " 25c
A few pieces of No 120 Lousine Ribbon the
0 60 cent kind to close at :30 cents.
These are docidedly the biggest ribbon bar
a gains ever off'ered and you should not miss them,
Big Reductions in a
STORE is full of B3arge
backed by our ironl clad
"Your Moneys Wortlh
To Cure a C4
Tolce Laxative Bromo Quini
1 Seven Million boxes sold In past 12 months. *Th
Ata NOTICE, W.~ T.' McFALL,
Atameeting of the Board of D~iree- Preside
tors of the Liberty Cotton Mills held
Juy2,10,the following resolutionsP
were adiopted: Re'solved,
L. T.'hat tho President and Treasurer
be hinstructod to eall a meeting or the
Stockhlolde0rs of the Liberty Cotton Mills C
on the 29th day of August, 1903, for the C
purpose of considering the issuing of 800 PR C
shares of Preferred stock in the parDE
gvalue of $100 cach.DEF
L i That the Preferred stock be eni
titled to a cumula~tive dIividend of 7 por
cent per aninm.
o IIl. That the hio'ders of Preferred Iners j
.stock shall have the right at any time L
within ten years to exchango their P're
t- ferred stock for a like amount of Comn- WE MAKE A
-monl stock, and upon exchange they
shall only be entitled to such rights,
Sprivileges and dividends as the Common
astockhlolders, but the Liberty Cotton
Mills reserves the right at an.) time after -*E -,^OOOI),
five years, and b)efore the exchange Is
miade to retire the P'referredl stook or __________
any part thereof, as the Dlre rs shall -.
select, by paying the holders of Prefer..
red stock the face value thei reof, wvithl
e any unpaid cumulative dlividenlds to
datn of' such p)aymntt.
IV, In case of liqnidation at any time,
1- the Preferred stock sball haove pr.elerence-*
over Commilon stok that is to say, theo
alnl unpaid cumulative dividennds thereon,
P befre any paymnent mai mouo
V. That tl ,ferred stock shia b~o
entitled to ~.ri me voting privile as
thle Comrnebn stock,'
VI. 'Lat each stockhlolder of the
Scom lpny shall be entitled to subscribe
Sfor Jspro rata share of said Issue of
o Pr erred stock.
J. P. Smith, Pres, and Tres
W. H. Chapman, see,
ltIdge to Let. P
On Thursdah' August 6th, 1008, 1
at 10 'oolock a. m., I will Jet to the
y, 8. C., July, 1 and will continue
SUMMI4R GOODS are sold.
e aRionishing bargains. .-You must see them to
icod on all goods. Many things will be sold re
rome and see that the half has nevet been told.
gures, that means that the article is offered for
One lot of fine footwear worth $2.00 to bo
sola during this special bargain sale for $1.25.
Large lot of pants, ovoralls, going at prices
Alarm Clocks 65c. Eight day, half-hour strike
clock for $1.95. Food choppers, crockery
onamelworo, tinware. I would like to tell
about my special prices. Remember special
prices will be made on every articles during this
sale. Best Spern sewing xiaQhine oil wairantod
not to gum, good for bicycles, large bottles
only 5p "Foico", Grape Nuts, the new food
for ti red nerve!, needs xio cooking only 15c. It
would take twice as much spaice as I have afid
then I couldn't tell all. Call and see me if you
LIBERTY, South Carolina.
md Ending Saturday July 4.
NS and SILKS.I
i can't afford to miss this opportunity. This
ig in these lines will be included. We don't
Lrtments, so be on hand and get youir share.
SILKS 4 SILKS.
-- Be Sold....
ict plaid silk to go at . . . . . . 25c
50 and 60 cent Silk to go at . . . . 37h
1 Lot 85c Silk to go at . ..... .. 6c
1 Lot $1.00 and $1.25 Silk to go at . . , 8c
**Don't Fail to see...
Li departments. The BI1G
urns. Every purchase is
or Yeur Money Back."
>1d in One Day ao?,,s
o1e Tablets. AI2 6on~ every
8 s agnature, .. . gwara., box. 25c.
J. MoD. BRUCE,
OF PICK ENS, 8. C.
'I T AL, - - $ 20,500.00.
>FITS, - -- $ 10,312.09.
'OSITS, - - $100,055.29.
>aid on time Deposits. Careful Management.
beral Treatment to all it's Customers.
L SPE~CLIllY OF SMALL LOANS TO FARMERS.
THEY MUST GO
e0 are now offering our entire stock
Low Cut Shoes at G 0 - Q U I C K
ices. 'fake a look at our Bargain
on our entire line c
ingand Low Cu
Wo have a few pair of paton
We will offer our entire line
discount. We hope by that
we want to move as few goo
Don't Miss This
FOR BARGAINS as it don
time. Our prices are alway
them down cheaper than the
for country produce. Your
Clothing, Hats-, Shoe
J. L. Bolt, M. D.
This space is
week for the
for the want c
\,.A 15 cent pac
is extended to the tradiri
line of goods I carry. I
ces don't suit you don't
I want your produce, eg
the highest market price
trade-Give me a trial a
SPECIAL: The best parch
For The Pas
Our store rooms have hr
Everything topsy, turvy,1
tear down, change about, ren:
9~ROON POR I
and while at this we found a
particularly need and wvhich
We have now about complet4
glad to have all our friends c
come at once.
You and Your Folk:
Bargains on all the shelves.
what You want.
New crop of turnip seed jn
W.. T. It
*We are going to sell e
ent decorations in Por<
-Dinner sets at 25 perc
price. We have arran
one of our sample cotu
come and see them.
Here Are Some Prices-.
Tiurkey Dish, large size, Blue
Covered Steak Dish,"
Six Dinner Plates
Tora Pots, Green D)
Milk Pitchers, .Blue
All these goods are E
cannot get them anyw
We are selling fri
in lots of 3 doz. at Jol
neighbor to buy with 3
All goods under
\IYCome and we ~i
f Dress Goods, o
Shoes for Men,
t leather oxfords for Men lo; to
fill S'ept.. I1st
of General Merchandise tait 4 y
tino to be in new quarters al
Is as possible.
't come but about once in a i fl.
8 right but this reduction bngD
cheapest. Hlighest prices pigi
s and Gents Furnishi
J. N. Hallum, PI .
in mourning this
rruit that is spoiling
kage will preserve
What better could
ag pub all and se
f eithr t ds or the
haveto buy ! KI
(s. chickens, etc., and will
for same, either in casia ou
rd you will never regret ii
ad antl green coffees I can
t Few Wee
d somewhat the appearan*
ipside down, mixed up, a regi h,
odel. Making moro room--i t -
10RE DUJINEJJ- -
lot of usoful articles that we di
you can have powerful cheoap.
d all this dlusty work and wvill)
all in and see us--but don't A
and his Folks TOMOR110W.
Tell thoem about it.
HlING I No trouble now to 0
st in-Don't negloot the turn
very piece of 1o differ..
elain and Semi-porcelainA
ent below the present
ged these goods upon
uters, and want yc,,i to
decoratedi, for 75c worth $1.(0.
" for 50lc 4 (05c
" for 55c " 75
ecoratedI, for 70c "'\90c
" for 85co '' 45d..
riglish make, and you
lit jars and jelly tumblers
>bers Prides. Get your
'ou and save money.
:he~e prices for CASW
l treat you~ rig1ht.