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Thursday, Oct. 8, 1903.
,TO OUR SUBSCRIBERS.
The accounts of both The Sentinel
and Jouinal, whether of recont date
or old accounts, are duo and payable
to me, and Y kindly ask oech and
every person to at once come forward
and settle up. We have too many
sots of books to look after and must
wind them up and reduce to the sot
now being prepared for The Sentinel
Journal. A prompt and early settlo.
anent of these old accounts will save
trouble and court costs.
All suabscriptions to The Sentiiel
Journal are due this fall and we ask
all subscribers to come in and settle
up as soon as they put their cotton
on the market.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON,
For Thompson & Richey, Props.,
Sambo's Version of Children's Day at
Yes boss, I'so dare you bet, and
seed do hole thing fru too frum de
singing ob do fust song till do spred.
din ob do dinner. Wall now, hero's
do wNay it went by. Do fust thing I
knowed doy wuz a singing "Jesus
Lubber ob my Soul," en fore I
knowed it I wuz des yellin wid do
white folks, only I'me des a heap loud
or, case it mado me feel des -like I
did when I wuz converted in do
white folks' church in slavery time,
and den come redress ob welcomo
frum do superintendent, which made
me feel des like I wuz to home.
Next, dey read scripture about hov
we all ought to lub God and do big
class recited do Ton Commandments.
A little girl said -reastation 'bout "lest i
which wuz des fine, and
after a prayer four little girls said
00 'bout d Holy Scripture which
wuz enjoyed bess by dem dat wusn't
dare. Next wtuz a putty song, don
aniother pice-De Bible says I May,
-wuz a good on, if I does say it.
Don teln galseon boys stood in line
and said "God can change the nat
ural heart," each one had a heart of
pasteboare black on one side and
white on do udder, en wvhen dey'ed
say dero part dey'ed turn do white
Ride 'roun, and I des tell you it des
made more presshion on my conster
lntion dan anything I'se eber seen),
case it 'minds me how God can
change my heart to be es whiter an
snow. Two mfore resstatiohis, one
'bout "Peace in do heart," an de ud
der 'bout "Now in my yuth," don a
prayer for do salvation oh ebery seal
in do Sunday school which I hartily
jined into, case I'se speshully enter
ested in dem young folks an den dey
read letters frum de heathern land en
country, den dey took or colecshun
en got $7.19 for to send Bibles to do
Wa'i den, (1e sistant superntmdunt
made a short talk an presented a
teachers' Bible to do superntendant
as a gift ob do Sunday school fer his
faithful wourk. I know ho preeshated
do gift from do way he .blushed anid
thanked 'em. Den come de good ole
time feast-dinner wuz spred on a
long table-my at do rashuons! Ebery
one des oat all day wanted en more
en doy wanted, en dey bud plenty lef.
In de ebening dey had some good
singing and a talk on influence which
wuz well listened to by all.
Do crowd wuz dismissed en each
won wended his homeward feeling
glad lie had coma. I'so glad1 I libed
to see sich day en 1 wouldn't keer if
dey cum oftener, say boss, wouldl you?
WVell, I hear my ole cowv a be'llerin
an cyclone a brayen, so I must b)e
gwine, I'll tell you dea res sum udder
Cheap Rates to Columbia to the State
Fair Oct. 24-29.
On account of the above occasion,
the Southern Rtailwvay will sell tickets
from all points in State of South
Carolina to Columbia, 5. 0., and re
tori) at rate of one first class fare
plus 75 cents, which includes one ad
mission to the fair grounds.
Tickets on sale daily October 24th
to 29th, inclusive, an~d for tramns
scheduled to' arrive in Colunibia
prior to noon of October 80th, limited
to return until Nov. 2d, 1903.
For full information, schedules,
etc., apply to any local agent of the
company or to
RI. R. Hunt, D. P. A.,
Charleston, S. C.
Tuesday morning, while working
at Mr. Gus Hawkins' sawv mill near
liigh Falls,. Mr. Louis Elliott accl.
denially shot himself with a shot gun,
the entire load entering his head,
killing him instantly.
The piarticulars of the sad affair as
we have been able to gather them are
Mir. Elliott had carried his gun to
bhe saw mill, and stood it in the fork
of the. tongue of an ox wagon, when
by accidient ho struck the hammer
agniaist the tongue and caused the
g'' to fire. The load entered his
bdd tearing one side entirely off,
86evofa1 other handa were employed
at be ill, but none were with Mr.
.$ktabon the abot was fired, and
bohtiy heard the report they
t ~him, only to find that their
' dn dn4 owoker had met death
~ ~~nnot above described.
$ ~ I~ft )4* ahard working,
J*r eaves "a wife anid
~~?m'IJ eside8 .many
beo: of thetr
"Shall We Meet Again, Clementhe."
There is no-appeal from the great
law which dooms us to the duet.
We flourish and fade as the leaves
of tho forest, and flowers that bloom
-wither and fade in a day, have no
frailer hold on life than the mightiest
monarch thbt ever shook the oarth
his foot steps. Generations of mon
appear and disappear as footprints on
Men seldom think of the great
Ovents of death until the shadow falls
across their own pathway, hiding
from their eyes the faces of loved
ones whose smiles was the sunlighiI
of their existence.
Death is the anitagoiast of life and
the thoul'ht of the tomb is the skele
ton of ah feasts.
We do not want to gb down through
the dark valley ilthough the dark
passage may lend to paradise. Wo
do not want to go down into the
damtp graves oven with princes as
In the beautiful dramai of Isom the
hope of immortality so ploquenly ut
tered by the death devoted Greek,
who finds deep repose in overy
thoughtful soul when about to yiold
has a sacrifice to fate. His Olemen
the asks if they shall meet again, to
which he responds, I have asked that
dreadful question of the hills that
look eternal-of the clear stroams
that flow forever-of the stars among
whose fields of azure raised spirits
have walked in Glory.
All are dumb. But as I gaze upon
thy living face, I feel that there i.
Homothing in luve that mantles
through its beauty that cannot wholly
perish. Wo shall meet again Clem
Death of Mrs. Clara Gassaway.
Died on Aug. 24, at the residence
of Thos. H. Gassaway, near Liberty,
Mrs. Clara Gassaway, the widow of
Thos. H. Gassaway, in her eighty
fourth year. She was buriod the
following day in the Gassaway come
tory near Central. ier husband had
preceded her to the grave forty-eight
years ago. She was a daughter of
Benjamin McGee, of Fair Play, Oco
nee county, who died there before the
Confederate war. She has one sis
ter living, Mrs. Laura Mason, of
Wallhalla. who is in her ninety-sce.
Mrs. Glassaway was a member of
the Methodist church and had been
for over a half a century. Hr mem.
borship at the timo of her death was
in Fairview Methodist church near
ateechoe. Three children survive
ber: Mrs. - Rosa Madden, of Cal
houn, J. E. Gassaway, of Sherman,
Texas, and Thos. H. Gassaway, of
Liberty, who is one of the best citi
zens and farmers in Pickens coui ty.
The grand-children are Tecos, Hat
tie, ,Josie and John T. Mladdeu, of
As a wvife she was a true -compan
ion, loving and faithful; as a mnother,
she was consecrated and1 (devotedi to
her children; as a friend, kind and
Farewell kind friend, we will live
with the sweet assurance that our
loss is your gain.
"His owvn soft hand shall wipe the
From every weeping eye,
And pains and groans and griefs and
And death itself shall die."
The call of the County Board of
Education for Saturday, the 26th ult ,
was hear-tily complied withi by about
twenty progressive teachers of the
county. Considering the inclemency
of the day, the attendance was grati
Helpful talks were made by Coun
ty Superintendent Hlallum, Miessrs
Stalvoy, Stoddard and Dendy. The
teachers concluded to organize them -
selves into a permanent association
for self-improvement and advance
The organization was perfected b~y
the election of the following ofhicers:
R. T. Halium, president; A. B. Stal.
vey, vice-president, and Miss Marie
The organization passed a resol o
tioni that will not only be of intereast
to all the teachers of the county, but
(f positive adlvantage if observed by
the teachers. The resolution is as
"Resolved, That it is the sense of
the teachers ot Pickens conoty in
con vontion assembled, that the Iaab
itual pr-actice of allowving interrup.
tions of pupils during recitations is
hurtful to the progress of the school,
and that it be forthwith discontin
ued." A. B. Stalvey,
WV. E. Dendy,
(Miss) Mary Fike.
The teachers will meat about once
a month, and after the next meeting,
w'hich will be held at Pickens, will
meet with the different schools
tl-reughout the county.
Scott's Emulsion is the
means of life and of the eni.
joyment of life of thousands of
meni, women and chiildrien.
To the men Scott's Emul
sion gives the flesh and
strength so necessary for the
cure of consumption and the
rep)airing of bodly losses from
any wvasting disease.
For women Scott's Emul
sion does this and mor-e. It is
a most sustaining food and
tonic for the special trials that
wvomen have to bear.
To children Scott's Emul
sion gives food and str-ength
for growvth of flesh and bone
and blood.. For. pale gir-ls,
for thin and sickly boys Scott's
Emulsion is a great help.
-' encl for free sample..
scoTT * E3oWNE, Chemtsts,
AO-.48 Parl- $tret- ...- Ma r n
.KS AT HOME
Peruna in the House
NSON, INDEPENDENCE, MO.
I In a letter dated January 1, 1900, Mr.
Atkinson says, after five years' expe
rienco with Peruna:
'' I will ever continue to speak agood
word for Peruna. In my rounds as a
traveling man I am a walking adver.
tisement for Peruna and have induced
many people during the past year to
runa with the most satisfactory
results. I am still cured of catarrh.
John 0. Atkinson,
Box 272, Independence, Alo.
When old age comes on, catarrh al dip
cases come also. Systemic catarrh is al
most universal in old people.
This explains why Peruna has become
so indispensable to old people. Peruna
Is their safe-guard. Peruna is the only
remedy yet devised that meets these
Such cases cannot be treated locallyj
nothing but an effective systemic rem.
edy could cure them. This is exactly
what Peruna is.
If you do not receive prompt and sat
isfactory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus
I wvill give you a few scattering dots
from this section.
The Eastatoe school which was
taught by John 0. Field, closed a
few days ago.
Mrs. Lewis Camel and daughter,
Mrs. WValter Anderson, and also Jesse
Kay and daughter, Miss Minnie', of
Anderson county, visited the family
of 0. P. Williams recently.
Rev. B. loder delivered an excel.
lent sermon at Concord last fourth
Sunday to an attentive congregation.
By the way, come again "Old Rid.
die" 1 do enjoy reading your items.
Hello, wvhat has become of our Moun.
tain Boy, Old Riddle? If you had
p~assed the compliment on the Moun
tain Boy's sister I would have sanc
Jesse Kay and daughter, Miss
Minnie, one of Anderson' county's
most charming young ladieE, spent
last fourth Sunday at Mr. and Mrs.
Hampton Field's. She also spent a
short time with Miss Maggie Field
and brotL -Bradley.
Wishing much succass to The
Sentinel-Journal and many readers.
Moun taira View.
A Boy's WiIld Ride for lafe.
With family around expecting him to
dlie, and a son riding 18 miles for life, to
get Dr. King's New Discovary for Con.
sumpjtion. Coughs and Colds, WV. H.
Brown of Leesville, Ind., endured death
Kagonies from asthma: but this wonder
ful medicine gave instant relief and soon
cured him. He writes. "I now sleei
soundly every niyght." Like marvelouu
cures of consumption, pneumonia, bron.
chitis, cougha, colds and grip proves its
matchless merit for all throat and iung
troubles. Guaranteed bottles ~50c and
$1.00. Pickens Drug Co.
Texas Boll Weevil in Greenville.
It may be well to say at the outset
that the Texas boll weevil has made
its appearance 'ini Greenville not ol
its own accord, but unas sent through
the mail to Mr. Geo. W. Sirrine, of
this city, securely packed and effect
nally caged. The wveevil are nowi
hemeotically sealed in a box with a
glass cove,:, underneath which can
be seen the tiny inse'cts with their
long bills and cotton bolls that have
been emptied of their contents, while
in other boils are the nests where
the weevil hatch out the worms that
in course of time develop into the do
Mr. J. B. Rylander, ~of San Mar.
cos, Texas, sent thoe specimens of
the boll weevil to his friend and relu.
tivo, Mr. Sirrine, who in turn has
exhibited them to his friends. Mr.
- ylander is a large planter on the
Giaudelaupe river, about thirty mile:
from San Antonio, and his crop ha:
suffered immensely from the boll
weevil. Usually he makes 125 bale:
-of cotton, but this season he will nol
3 get more than 25 bales, and hie ih
- right in the heart of the cotton
.region. This is an indication of the
destructive power of the boll weevil,
and also denoS.4 the shortness of the
cotton crop in Texas.-Oreenville
We orfer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot he
cured byUall's Catarrh cure.
FJ. CHIENEY & CJo.,Toledo,0.
We, the undersigned, have known F,
J. Chenoy for the l at .15 years, and be.
1ieve lboprfectly honorable in all b.1st
ne*ss trane.actions andl financially able tc
carry out, any obligations made by thoh
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesak
Druggists, Toledo. 0.
HallI's Cat-arrh Cure is taken internall3
aeting dlirectly upoa the blood4 and mu
cous surfaces of the system. T1estimo
nials sent free. Price '75e. er bottle,
- Sold by all Druggists. Hall's Famly~
R lls are the best.
,To Mothers In Town.
Child vho are delicate, feverish and ecs
will get mdaeelef from Mother GrM '
sweeot l'vi ru for Children. They eleanbe t
stomaeh, a on the liver, wnking a siekly ehiki
stron Eand alihy. A certal n cure f awr'
Sold le an uggis. SpSapi Ad
Pickens Gradzd S6hool
1ext Session Begins Oct. 26th,
Pupils liviig cutsido of town and not logally iransforrod will
be roquired to pay a itiiioln fee of fromn 500 to $1 50 per monthI.
ItEMEA BER: "Ai investment Im knowledgo always puyS the
I eat interest." Soloiman stiys, I Rleocivo knowledge rathor than
choo gold." Obey thi Bible, sacrilice sonwt liing and givo your
children a chance to rt ceive k nowhige Put, t-hom ii sehool ati
the beginning and ke,:p thum there ut iil hwi eding. Ed ucate
them that their minda may be freed fronm tiho prdjudices of ig
norauce, the greatest fie to humian pro'gress. Educato theml to
the end that they may be good and intellgomit citizeis.'
For further Information, -e
MADE FRAUDULENT INVOICE. FOR SALE
I S-vn Loimtri .1 (7o0) llre inl K stato
Man Came From Germany and Volun. Tonii %.A li1bort-d and well wait.
tarily Surrendered. ered. (lod Tite..
New York, Oct. 2.-Coming voluli- Two buirehvdd an.1 mwenty-four (224)
tartly from Nuremburg, Germany, to noren in Co.Aril Township, wo!I timbor
surrendor anud answer to a charge td uind we-ll watered. (G1;oI Title.
made by the government of ontorI-ng Both thr tracls of I mid oro offOred
a fraudulent involceo, Paul Reinemiann bl% Vtai We I i.i.en, either all cash or
has been arraigned before Unitoi .ln'-ha e, IanIo in ono year with
States Commissiooner Silields and on- i11:(st it 8 per contu, sectred by mor
tered a plea of not guilty. ie fur -'i'd. An inspleon of t'ais
.epe )vrly I invited. If not 841od by DO
nished cash ball in the sum of $2,W.00. e I t, will be takvu oil the man kot.
According to the complaint, Reino Unil oa o- Write '
mann, who In engaged In the export MAULDIN & MAULDIN,
hop business and had a New York of. ,1w8. Pieckens, S. C.
flee, shipived a quantity of hops to .-- --- --- -. - .- .
Carl NeIldhart, at Chattanooga, Tonin.,
valued at $5,000. In one of te bulcs t
of hops, the complaint says, the expor) t
er placel two dozen toy trick watchos B 1 I
valued at $2 each, which were not on
,he invoco. The presence of these -A
watches In the hops was in soie un
known manner discovered by the gov. 8 cycic Material of l
ernment agents, who permitted thcm
to remain that they might arrest Noitl. F ine Cigars & Tobaccos
hardt after he had taken then out. n Goods. Sugar, Cifee
The latter pleaded guilty to the
charge after indictment by the foderal Machine Needles,
courts of Tennessee. The motive for
sending tie se-called t'rick watches in' aid many other things too
the- hops was not, It is stated, to es- tedious to imnlition .b
oape paying the duty,-but to get them B
ino this country. BicycIe Repairing C&afully Do0e, .
Calculated to Remove Suspicion. All t te lowest Cash Pico.
Paris, Oct. 2.-Information received Call on
herO through official sources at St.
Petereburg show that the explanation *. C' F HICS & CO.
given of Japan's moving troops to Co. Wext E.n11d. CENTIIAL, N. C.
rea is cacailated to remove suspicion -44644 k :
concerning her intention. The num -
ber of troops moved is estimated at
between 8.000 and 10,000. Japan ex
plains that the movement is part of STATE OF0 SOUTH CAROLINA
& plan of experimental mobilization, Cqnnty of 1ickois;
for the purpose of showing her ability IN TI[E COURT 61? -'iIOIIA'1'a:.
to mobilize a considerable force in By J. B. Nowbery, Esquire., Probate
connection with the friction between Jilge.
Japan and China; but that it has no Where-i-, T. M. sil l
ill to grait, hilm L-jt teCI of dli~itri
connection with differences between tion
Japan and any other power. The of- Ragsda'ecCIsel.
filials refuse to comment upon the ex. lme aro therefore it (;t lind Ittliuoii
planation. )al all id sii ar til kaired and
Poiitics Perurbed tienorto Bogotaoli.hl ltP1k
New York, Oct. 2.--The senate con- eii os,~.Co h d a
ties its attitude toward PresidentofO.10,ateIli)itjl mrI,
Marroquin, says a Herald dispatch a 1ocoki h oeon oso
from Blogota. Its latest hostile movecaei lYthyhvwyhead
was the allegod illegal election- of Amnsrto hudntlegatd
five magistrates of the court of con- IE iit yhadadRati
trol. The houso of representatives21t(yofS'.10,nth18yerf
resolved to follow suit as the present 0.1 ~ilClele
magistrates hive still three years to ~ J .NWJ'fy
serve. Senatur Perez Soto has pup1' -v-' ikn oitS
lished another violent article against__________________
Domingo baldiagovernotofofPPi.ek-n.~ -
ma.. . Nwryas Emno.,rbt
Alhier~o,.T are Sterwar d nt t
Mayftid Reign. 4.me.to gant ihim Lt ter, of 'k Annra
Monnofgomeryo ndAll'a., ofc.t.
yesteray ele Th .laeseLar teressi t ity a upon
edsh allhanlegislataretas konmirsionn
r tocodif thestat.laws hasedaitors ofr lheasi or an . landsdale,
ed is osiionofjude o thco dycns.to, tunde pear obte l'ow. i
court o TushaeoCo.uroernfrProkbate, toie Cohldat Pk
apponte Heoyf1OcFotera190d3, ator puliton hoof
MrFstr asth sliitr.t 11 o'coc i th. foreno,tosw
Vernr, wo isaaeberefthfleany~ the hae ,,ytesi
islaure wa appiGIVEaNsounder 0 my hadaseathi
to uccedFo21r.st dayofin Se. 190, ineth 128yer of.
Mouagefand lesmin; eaute. orD
MtgmrAand Ocheerf-ulne son cmeJ.t,10. Albd
J.Myeyd wows aetrda oel idcs'ldt-( adese t h
ed byte oeiltrdieased Coummiussvon-r
er tocod~fyt Kst neyws hatrobesign,
edhboctin omude o pevaounty 1horaswl b ySho
cortohTs aloo soerncornmnDitJcsendoeike~lrca i
foone: e r a childFote be bononoudger.dstit o~ on
Mr.Foser affhelic ithr wea kidB.
Venrn~oi e'be If the legn p rlitiicmtiili t i
ate to ote, f tle~Al eslos areherebyd warned not
win scldsthefleh o if whn te cil hunt, fish th miber, make onda,
control thepassageaioistyetoafficted withnytumanner
bedwetin, dped uonwththecaseefr trespas inay a uo
these imyootantrorgans. Thisnunpleasant oor
troule i du.to adisesed ondiiontfoth.. under...penaIltyjof (hirn law.
most people suppose
-Women as Well as aeMens Sind
ebiwtKidney anT le rouble h otatr~vl erqie
andbone te smey upon t themd, tornis-i wnh tc
The m~l andath immeaeffect sofn
by dru-,g...., isappea reqhrdnt kepep klid-go
cen andonedolare u of tren eti eghadudr
ing all about at iis n unofmmon e o a( tercmiitt
~om uffeers cred.Icte writh wea Kid
&o. . hatnoy. Yf the chlurind-geduo vtl h evsr
echeson iaer whenllit rehoirddtbeigabletrto
ont mae panyge mitae bsuyt ffmcted wto vr .1ke a ear
Swa-Rott, depnd upon addes, Bihe amton of r~ ~il ods~' ei~t
theY..ionievey ottldey.rulan h is
stpsol b oad th treatent tte mdofec tofmom a
trubelsdera dsae. dto [fthe~~C~khs onpr1uc
kidneys and b Paddern. bnot to ifaot; hhabitleywias
Women asMo ell Pasntif areon. madecntrctrmist
er.A.le thidnke ad, bladdrtouble, al id t
adTi h rne the aereat oremaedy. .STPLE
The tmil and tted easedbyate effect- ofily onmflin
bSw amesoo Adaoon preasid. Itge is t soldsS.C
by duyg18t, 1in fnifty- einth
Clntand oe dowllarl otehget
sizes. Yon maay a Noeba 03
sairmie tlegb al usfrsaea hkn a~~~Cnay
Alle tat pimet trel nortac o landos.sdRiim 1aleN.2
ling ad abeing situanchdin m aaof thetv 1:1A i. c.4ta
ihowush. unyands ftsiosaeter afresidead lovi ~ n
a'oiingflans ofrsd. ndytn Dr.KomeR o 2 o O T'ri.N.1 o
&I Co., Wghmtn N. Y.,drok and sur Cand d.Mxd.Mxd.Mx
maetonti acp anner.yon 6)~44 i 0:0ati.Pcem a.:n :0ia
on't, mre any lestake,56pmi buta *a remembera 645ga
all name, and -ReordingDr. Kiamer's0 aa~ak~a :0p :i
SwameptRoot and the aboesil Bnhmston,*Pa Saio
N. Y.,eon wvery bonttl fsaeoe. ir*Alirli hll xetSa ia
Clerk'sac Sale.~otmerihalwy a.1
W. T. Mc e alales ilPlaintiffalwa N.
Decmbr 1s,.104.Al id
THE OLD F01
Are Never Without
MR. AND MRS. J. 0. ATKI
U NDER date of January 10, 1897, Dr
Hartman received the following
"My wife had been suffering from t
complication of diseases for the past 2
" Her case had baffled the skill of som<
of the most noted physicians. One o
her worst troubles was chronic consti
pation of soveral years' standing.
"She also was passing through thai
most critical period in the life of a
woman-chango of life. In June, 1895,
I wroto to you about her case. You ad
vised a course of Poruna and Manalin,
which we at once commenced, and have
to say it completely cured her. She
firmly beliieves that sho would have been
dead only for these wonderful remedies.
"About the same time I wrote you
about my own case of catarrh, which
nad been of 25 years' standing. At times
I was almost past going. I commenced
to use Peruna according to your instruc
tions and continued its use for about a
year, and it has completely cured me.
"Your remedies do all that you claim
for them, and even more. Catarrh
cannot exist where Peruna is taken
according to directions. Success to
you and your remedies."
John 0. Atkinson.
Another Alleged Assault.
Charles Patters:rn, white, a mar
rie(d man who lives at the Mills mill
was arrested Thurslday afterotonaud
is now in jail upon a charge of rape
upon the person of Ida Reeves, 20
years old, daughter of E. W. Reeves,
of Pelzer. Tle girl came here on
rTuesday afternoon in search of work
at the mills and was taken by a for
mer acqjuainitance in a hack to a
house of il famie, whore she spent
Yesterday afternoon she met at
this house with twvo men who told1
her to got away from there, and ii
she wvould take a car for the Poe
mill, they would finid her wvork and a
home. Acting upon their advice she
left the house and wvent towards thle
trolley line, but met with Patterson
on the way, who said he wvas going
to the Poe mill, and would take her
there. The girl was never hero be.
fore, and accepted the offer of an en.
the Woodeide mill into a piece of
wvoods, where the man accomplished
his object. He then wvent on withi
the girl to a boarding house at Mon
tighan miiills, wheIr() ho obta(inled lodg.
igs for Ile girl at miduighI., saying
she wvas his cousin and had just come
in on the train.
The facts were developoCd afte:
Patterson left the boarding hiouse~
and the next morning there was
some agitation amon~g tho mill peO
pie at Monaghian, but no ('fort wait
made to find Patterson.
Thursday afternoon the girl wva
in company of a wvoman who wvas be
friending betr and who had telephonei
lo the girl's father at Polzar, whlor
they saw PaLtterson and spoke to him
Theli woman asked him to go witl
them to the Huguenot mill, and or
the wvay she wont into a house and
teleidoned Chief Kennedy to send
policeman to the mill. On: arriving
theroe Patterson weont on to the p~ost
oflice, and1 in a short time the police
man caime, whon it was arranged thal
the wvoman should follow Pattersor
and walk up) to him, which was
signal to t ho policeman, wvho speedily
secured his manl and took him to the
In the meantime the gir-l's father
arrived from Pelzer and sworo out a
wvarriant against Patterson, when he
was transferred to the jail. Patter
sotn denies his guilt and rays ho saw~
the girl at the house first men tioned1
and J alked with her on the ptorch, bt
did not go with her to the Monaghani
Ho is a young man and says h<
has been living for eight or nin<
years in and around Greenville ani
Spartanburg. T1h~e news of his ar
rest wvas not generally known and hi
was marched quietly to jail under the
escort of two deputies.
,Patterson was given a preliminary
hearing befoto Magistate Clyde yes
terday morning, and the case wai
s~ent to the higher court, the defend
ant not being allowed to give bond
--Groenville Mountaineer, 3d inst.
It is a gr-eat convenience to hav<
at hand reliable redies for- use ii
cases of accident and for slight injuriel
andl ailments. A good liniment and omi
that is faint becoming a favorite-if not
h~ousehold necessity is Chambercmlain'i
Pain Blalmi. By applying it prompltly t<
a cut, bruise or burn it allays the paim
and ecauses the injury to heal in a boe
one third the time usually reqjuir-e.l, ani
as it Is antisoptic It prevents ainy dangel
of blood poisoning. When Pain Balm is
kept on hand a spr-ain may be treatet
before I nflamnation sets in, which insure
a quick recovery. For sale by Pickeni
Drug Co., Ear-lo's Dr-ug Store, T. N
It Keelpa the F'eet wVarm ami D~ry.
Ask toiay for A llen'.s Foot -1-ats, ai power. I
cnres Chilblains, Swnllen,, Sweating, Sore, Achi
lng Damup feet. At tal druggists an:d shit
Ilnea a n ura t 'o ohat
. .... IFor You
are easy to find-to wear-to
pay for. We have your size.
The label on the coat
Small thing to look for-big
thinig to find-mecans this:
and if you don't fmd them so,
your money back.
Large shipment of New fral
Styles coming in daily.
T HE IS AND BOY'S OUTFITTERz.
Greenville, S. C.
Styiscomng i aly
An Oxford Feast.
000 pairs Womeons Dongole Oxfords at 49c.
Big l t of Ladims Kid Oxfords in all styles and toes M; 89c.
Every pair of Zeiglers Oxfords in the honso will go a. Cost.
All Alen's Ovfords including. Crussets-Pakard & Field and sever
al other lines will be closed out at and below cost.
Big Line of Summer Pants.
1 Lot Men's all wool suninr woight. Pants aasr'd patterns 98c.
1 lot imedlimn weight dress paints worth $2.00 to $1.24.
Every straw hatt in the houso will be sold at exactly half prico.
Tle largosi. lin in the city to pick fton at a cut price.
1 lot Stoeil Roml Parnsols :1e
1 ' ' Uulmbollas 48., and on up to $1..98.atin cut
Our stock 1O wilih goods wil l be slaughtered. We n- can to
cl(va outverythi lftore our fiall goosl .arrivo. You en n't
affordI to) mi!.s it
The Little Bee Hive.
o6 N. Mai~un Street. 'Greenville, S. C.
,We hauvo bought t II '- h ugetud most comuplete stock~ of Reliable Meir
chlambd sI t his l4i -d hat we hav eve carid wit h the ircaitest attractions
in Now' Goods :1:1i Low Picee. We invite a comparison with any honse
mn South Carol i m in Si yles, Qimdity, Quaut ily and Price. We inean t,
lead the procession this Fall an I will not be un idersold by anybody. I
will be easy for you to buy at Richiey's when you stop) and examine thr
iret I)y gaors and2( get the prlices, and it certainly will pay' you. A dollar
saved is a d lar made. D o your t r'aing at Richcy's and save the dollaE'
We emi i show you except oal va lues ma Dress Gioods in Black and Colors
all Irade~s and Prie*.. Ib'utifulta Waist Flannaels in Plain and Fancy. Am
elegant lune of Dresses' and Trimmiings-special values.
We maike ai spec(ialty "of our Slc Do1 admonicrt. We~ have thuem in a]
grades for Ladies \l eu and Chi ldren. Thle heat makes from the leadini
iactories in Amermiua. Duy your' Shoes from us and in will be pleased
We guarantee satisltietiont.
DOM EST!'IC D)EPARTMENT~ COMPLETE.
Good CJalicoes, (Good Outings, Good Red Flannel, best yardl~wid
White HIomeIsp)un, best Canuton Flannel, best Checked Homespun.
No matl ter w hat pr ices are quoted you we will scll you for less.
H. A. RICHEY.
x1ITHE CHIEAPRJST STORE IN PICKENS. jia
Stelin Silvr Hlo l m.ware,
Cu Glasts, Art Pottery, Bric-a-Brace ain __g
Diamonds, Watches and .Jewelry.
J. F. BRUNS & BRO.,
109 North Main Street. CREENVILLE. S,.C.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
F"or Ciut Pzrices to anit the Dull Season on
GLASS \ CROCKERY-WARE,
TIN-WARE, JEWYELRJY, ETC.
A ulline or
Caniined GAoods, Pickies, Oat Meal, Crakers,
Cakes, Candies, Fruits, Nuts, Tea, Coffee,
Mohasses. e : r1 The Best Cheese oni Earth.
Tvafi Sock and Poltr Food.
Use~d and rectmomded by all the Stock and Poultry raiser.
Ampi Linid Shoe polish.
Country Produce taken
*MRS. K. 1. CVlRETON & 00,