Newspaper Page Text
Happelliings a LOx dlid Pe soll Nature.
-J. E. 1irs'ns continue(s to im
.W Tr. Princo tnid ftm11ily hav
Imoved ):rck to thiri twopertv itwn.
-Mrs. Lila Cox, (f Boltoi, is ont Ia
visit to her sister, Mrs. . V. Earlo.
If vo want Lit t_)o of the mar
ke-t for 'your cotton bring it to Pick
Johnt [ (rifilin, who has
qilo sick with fcrt r, is able to ho
-Tio road from Pickens to Pmllnp.
kimto.iti is reportied as being in fil'
Th11k Pickens Biod has, 'rented
ti slore rooml ill th0 Anthony build
ing fo;r i practice roo . .
- Triplels born to titt wife of
Or1)antge Cole, of Lola, Via., werO
naetd Alphionso, (laston and Leon1.
--Remlel ullmlr J. 1). Moore is in the
mtharket busintess. Call on him when
in need of m11eats or a1ny other goods.
-Henry Bolt, whilo playiig last
vok fell and broko his arin butweern
1he elbow and wrist. He is djin~g
--Booker Washingto'lis wife has
taIght a class of colored gilla eIigh.
teen dift'-rent wily of preparing cow
-armrs aro now busy pulling
fodder, picking cotton, mowing hay
and making ny their 'long rsweten.
-When itn town Como in aril sire
us. Wo always h bavo something new
1111d soliething that you want.
Pickens-- Drug - o
--.1. Wesley Curtis, of the Mile
Creek sc'ctiont, is cuite sio: said to
be fever. As yet he is not. dange.Vrous
al his friends hope for him a specdy
-When you Como to to vi, drop
inl at The Sc.ntinol-Journal olico antd
square your subscript ion with till
printer's devil and lavoid trouble with
--Lost a black capo wvith blue lin
ing between McFall's storo and A.
Kolley's on -the 26th tit.. Filder
wil b... rewarded by leiving Same at.
-There wili be an all day singing
at Geor.. e's Creek chu-ch on the
thbird Manfl *day inl October. EVvry
body ivl t :;l 1 1 ring i4iing )00 boo
--F. 4.. i k, 'f ibAer ty,
ill Picke:; Tns'lay and callel to se
11:1 anulhisu, ciim ae
mid ilmi.-i': mTt 1hi nihboho''.
Ilived i on. Chal Iie ~ii ureton1's p1lace, nearOl
to wni, whIile out 'possumi l hnt ing l ast
'Torv iuight, dropped0( dead1(.
.1earLtfailutro w'aa the cause of hiis
-iM iss Entla Cox, of near' Cox
Bridge, has returned home fromt
ChIIaiaoegn, 'oTennt., and1( Biriing
ham, Ala., where sho has been visit
ing her sister and other relatives for
the past several weeks.
-RI. C. Carter, Liberly, has renftedl
the Brown House store o m ant1dii
carr'lies ai lomple te lineo of buggies,
fail to1 seeO thtemt and( get his priics.
'We are i' rlably informt i th bat I ,200
cotnviets arie at work ont the Sout1herni
Railroad from Knoxville -to WYalhlta.
Itf is no0w anl aisured fact that this
road will b)e pushed to completion."
-All personsl wrho are no0w on
turual routes1 are~ r(leusted to so not i
iy this ((dic( so that we caln pr'opely
atddress and1( get their paper to themi.
RIural ro ute carrierts do no~t carry out
a~ny matil Luless it is 11nariked for
-O old1( friend, D. F. Suithla ltndl,
of Mica, was in Pickens Tuesday Onl
business and1 whtile itn town hte moved
htis sitbscriipt ion up l a peg. Dan11 re
por1ts every3thing in) goodi c'onditiont
ut his stetion. Hie is suft'ering from
' -'Untder the e-xistinlg lawvs of this
State all the ntomaidio and gregarious
Gy psy hor se-traders that habitually
infest the country during the montey
.season, may he classed as vafgrant s
and- 11( punlishted. Let the law be ro
mecmbered an 111 nltforced (spcilly
against such as these.
htount, w~as in icikets JTuiesduay on
buIsinessf. While here ho( calledf onl
TheI) Sen tineol-Journtal and1( mtoved( his
subscrip)tion a ntotcht ahead. Ho~ ros
p)orts every thing qJuiet itn his baili
wick and1( says crops ar-e a littlo shiort,
and( awful (1rty. Call again, '&pitire,
glad to see youl.
-W. HI. Johnlson has a full line of
M usical 1.istriumtentts,Clocks, Watches,
Chains, P'clket Cutlerv-, Ratzors, eftc.
You will also find in~ his establish
ment one( of thte nicest lilies of Pie
tures', FrameslO and1 E!asels, you
have ever se-en in Pickenis. Whlen
you wat to (decorate our,1 htomto m111
on1 him atnd profit thtereby'.
bidO'4 miother', onl CrowV I ck theC
~30th tilt., Miss Laoura I.!L~ne
to Mr. lolb-if L. Rledmliol, of Oco.
neet, 50on of 1(lthe fa famtedt M4 :R ed
moitI, whlo proved ai Ihornt o t he
athal. Bob, 11nlik e Itis fathi-, is a~
thteir, lives hn long andtt happy, in the
wish of their ft'iendIs. 'PThe ((~ ilrnrmy
wasB performedO( by R1ev. B 1'. Muii.
- AllI of our1 corso nden0t(1ts are
earnostly nrtged to get their matter'
to us by Saturiday's mail, sure. T1his
applies, part iculahirly, to out country
corr'espontdenlts, asR our correspondl(
en)1s iwho reachi us8 by railr'oad mail
htave the advantago of' the Sunday
schetdulo to Pickensh When commu~lh
nicafionis r'eachl us lator thtan 8:30
Monday(113 mornintg, wo cannotft conis~it
ently hafndle them then1, and1( have to
run them over to the next issue,
which oftimes ennso~s thtem to be stale.
P~lease beart in minid the above and
ot. y'our lotters to us as5 soon na8 poat
-Crops in the rumpkintown and
[ibera i tions a-0 generally good.
. MIson Sinimolns, who lives on
th Oolotny, aIi two eloven monti
old hogs tl't Vill veigh 300 pounds
- -As usual Pickols county is well
rupreseited this fall at the various
institutions of learning throughout
-FOR SALE:--I have a lot of
pigs ready for delivery. Prico four
weelks old, three dollars. Eight
weeks old four dollars.
--RL 0. Cartor, Liberty, is receiv.
in1g one of the Ilagest stocks of dry
goods3 and notiols from New York
.vr brought to that place, and when
you want. bargains call on him and
le will savo you m1oneoy.
---This paper is published to dis.
siliminato tle news, and we can11 only
give the news whenever we learn of
it. .We want to give you value re.
ceived for your money and all the
news wVO call, so will appreciato very
muchi any items you will send us.
While they may not be news to you,
remember that othors will appreciate
reading them. Just send us the
skeloton on a postal card and we can
put tho clothes on it. tf.
-Seo change in tile schedule of
the Pickens Railroad. The after.
noon train now leuvoa Pickens at 4:40
and arrives in Pickens at 7 p. in.
Tis change is made to give closer
connections with Soutiern trains.
No. 11 on the limin lino does not
leave Greenville until 5:18, and ar.
rives at Easley at 5:33. This gives
ucauly threo lioirs in Greenvillo bo
tween trains and will suit the publoc
better, as doos the change on the
-We lope that all the mothers
of our communitv have read the ad.
vertisement of Dr. MoffeLt's teething
powders, (Tecthina) that has boon
appearing inl this paper, as it comes
to us higzhly endorsed by the best
People of the land wV'ho have use~ it.
'Peethina is not a patent medicine,
but a favorite prescription of Dr. C.
J1. 1.olftt, who graduated at Jeffer.
60on Mledical college, Philadelphia,
.t-, and has had much expe-rience in
tlhe treatment of childien, and his
Teethin becoming so popular he wits
forced to abanldon the general prac
tice to devote his time to the manu
facture of these powders that have
saved the lives of thousands of chil
drenl. It is claimed that nothiing
iquals them for the irnitations of
t ething and the summer troubles of
children of any age, and no mother
wiNti snmial chifldren should be with.
Last Monday night, October 5t1,
tie recently erected and commodious
hotel building, the product of the in
lth fatitgable bubors o f the pror('ietor,
Mr. T1. D). Harrni, was thbrown open
to, the public and ch risten al "'Hotel
H-iawaitha."' Mr i. Harris was haippily
fortumnato in the selection of' this
beCauIifuil name, and this enterprise
helps to commend the towvn ot Pick.
enis to the puLblic and gives inicrea3l
assurauce to thbo traveller, and the
seeker alter health and the pleasures
<>f a modernly equipped hostelry, with
all the necessary and proper accom
modations, that his wvants, whatever
they may be, may be fully satisfied in
F .romn eight to eleven, a reception
waos held, and to this, by announce
mnent publicly made, all were invited.
And the people of the towvn turned
ouLt to see for thecmselveP, wvliat, in
many respects was a surprise, yt not
not ani unmpionsan t surprise, for those
w'ho know Mr. T. D. Hairris anmd his
lady and their rep~uted hospitality are0
always ready' to accord to them that
mrerited1 praise wvhich, to the pub~lic
spirited citizeni, is often the chiet
compenisationi for p~ersonal study and
the expenditure of means for the pro0
mlotioni of the interests of the comi
Declicious refreshmients wyoreoserved
in tihe ample dining room an-1
all through the evening the
guests rozamIed t hrough corridors
widle inspecting the lovely apartments
mindc spendinig praiso up)on the con
venienco of the arranlgemnent and1( the
home-likce anid inviting asp(ect of all
the house, whlile that indlispensable
adjunct tol every creditable unmdertak
inig in Pickens of t his character
Tlhe Pickens Band- discoursed swveet
muii4c and( made the p)eople feel tant
here indleed had some of the hops
of Pickens been realized ini this time
ly business venture.
News From Liberty.
Libert y, S. C., Se pt. 28, 1903.
JLbrty is (In a bIom. Several newv
lunildings are beinig Crected which
will soon 1)e compi1leted an~d adld to
the looks of our little town).
. Well, Liherty has about got her
knitting mill. Will begin to workc in
the near future and If. L. Clayton
will lho presidlent.
Mr. and M~rs. ,John Striecland, of
Atlanta, are the guests of Mr's. J. HI.
Visitors at the Willard Hotel Sun
(lay were: Messrs. Lucius Grant,
Arthur Werner and James Brown, jm'.,
all from Central. There seems to te
some great attractions for the young
men ini Liberty.
Mr. Chianey has accepted thoe posi.
tionl as depot agt-nt, here for Soutth
imrn Railway. We are glad to have
MI r. (C.ian cy with us8.
D avid Moe re, of Ph-keus, visited
frienids amnd relat ivos ini Liberty Stil
dany. Come again D~ave, we are ail
wanys glad to see yoeu.
Mrs. J ulia Chapman, of Green
ville, is visiting 11er sister Mr's. W. F.
Miss Nora Boggs, of Easley, is the
gtuest of Mrs. 8. 11, Ford.
Mrs. M'. J. Chapman and Miss
Lila Ford returned laat, week from
A tlanlta, where t hey spent a week
very lelasantly. Mrs. Chapman was
on busmiess, b~uy'ing her fall and win
telr stock of millinery. Shle hasm so.
cured for thlis season, hler trimmer,
Miss May Mlurray from t.he first of
Max, lKutz. & Co., of Atlanta. Miss
Mturray is an extollent young lady
and we assure lien we are glad to
hlayo lien with nla this season.
Messrs. Johnson and Whitmire, of
Cateecchee, visited Liberty Friday
nlight. There is quito an attraction
for the yotng men hiere, especially
Mr. Johnson, "Blue Eyes."
IVWe are having beautiful woathe:
for gathering the crops, although w(
had some very warm weather las
wook. Rather warm to pick cotton
but wo did it jnst the same.
The health of our community it
exceedingly good at this writing.
Mrs. Lula Simmons and daughter
Addio, of Eas!oy, were the guests o
the formor's sister, Mrs. W. B. Maul
Miiss Elizabeth Crensliaw is visit
ing rolatives and frieuds in this com
TLe infant of Mr. and Mrs. J. P
Alexander died last Friday and wa
buried the day following at Keowee
Misses Mattio and Lora Craig, ol
Catecohee, visited their parents, Mr
and Mrs. Jno. Craig, Saturday.
Miss Tina Cook, a charming young
lady who has been making her hoim
with Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas foi
the past month has gono to Birming
ham, Ala , to make her home with
her parents. liss Tina is a lovabb
young lady and has many friendl
who regretted to have her leave.
Ola Mauldin, who is attending tbc
Pickens Graded school visited hi
parents, Mr. and Irs. B. D. Maul
din, Saturday and Sunday. Ok
seems to be well pleasod with the
The infant of Mr. and Mrs. C. R
Abercrombie is quite sick.
V. B. Mauldin went to Easley or
business last week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Tollison waE
the guest of the lattor's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Collins, recently.
Picking cotton, making molasses
and mowing hay is the order of the
day in this part of the county.
Miss Lucy Mauldin was the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. V. M. Long, of Ca.
teechee, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Plumer Hyde, of
Cateechee, visited relatives in this
cow munliity recently.
Rev. 1). A. Lewis preached an in
teresting sermon to a large and at.
tc-ntive congregation at Gap Hill last
Sunday afternoon. There will be
preaching there next third Sunday
at 11 a. in.
Mrs. B. C. Manl~din who was sick
at last writing, I am glad to Say has
Mtra. Minnie Craig and daught--r,
Sadie, visitedl Mrs. Craig's -mother,
irs. Jane Rtobbins, last week.
Most everybody around here at.
tended tho old folks' singing at Six
The Kneowe school, taught by N' iss
Greta Gaines, closed, and ilho has
gotnc to her home in Central.
P. J. Mauld ill, who is amiicted with
a concer on his face, has gone to Vo!
zer to tako treatn.et under Dr.
Wideman. The nany friendsl of Mr.
Mauldin hop for his speedy recov
ery. HIi.s daughter, Miss Ada, hasi
gone with him to he his nurse.
B. D. Mauldin visited relatives and1
friends in Andlerson county laBL
week. White Rose.
If constipated or bilious, call for Ra
mon's Pills and be certain our clerks give
you the genuine Ramon's; Complete
treatment 25 doses 25c.
Pickens Drug Co.
Dots From Calhoun.
Health of this community is very
good at present.
Rev. J. E. Beard, wvho has been
running a mee'ting at Calhoun, closed
it Fridlay night.
M rs. A lice Cochran bas ~just r-.
turned from a visit to her- dlaugh ter,
Mrs. F". 0. Mattison, at Easley.
Bruce Feninel has been qjuite sick
the p)ast week but his many' frionds
hope for him a speedy recovery.
Miss Nellie Harris left last welk
for Anderson whore she goes as an
assistant in the graded school at that
Claude Boggs, wvho has been ffre.
ing for the Southern Railway Coir
pany passed through here last Thurus
(lay onl hits waiy to Ho(ustoni, Texas.
Mrs. Etta Dillard has been visiting
relatives in our community.
Norman Boggs madle a flying visit
to Seneca one d1ay last week.
Our Sund~ay school at this. place is
TIo Oure a Cold ini One D~ay
Take Latixat i v Bromo QuIinine Tiablrets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure-. E. W. Grove's signaturle is on
each box. 25c,
Camp Creek lIems.
WVe are glad to say that the health
ini this soction is very good.
Mi-s. L. HI. Vaughn is improving.
J. H. Vaughn, of*Gr-eenvillo coun
fv is visiting fiencds and relatives in
The baptizing at Camp Creek the
fou rthl Sun day in September passed
Walvy and illie Craig were with
their best gir-ls Sunday
Waddy Collins and Pickens Ahor.
crombhie, of Oconee, wvere in our see
Rev. B. E. Grandy wvill preach at
Camp Cr-eekc church the four-thi Sun
dlay. We hope everybody wvill come
ont to hear- Bro. Girandy as lie is one
of our best p~reachiers.
Prayer meeting every Sunday night
at Camp Creek church. Come one
and all and workl for the Lorwd.
R. W. Va ughn is spending a fewv
days with his uncle, J. B. Trammel.
-' J. 1B. T.
ias Meld a Plhie of ChjamberJlain's
I have sold Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy3 for mor-e than twenty years
and it has always given satisfaction. ]
have solud a piile of it and can recoim.
miendl it highly..-Joseph McElhiney,
Linton, Iowa. You wvill find this reme
(y a' good friend when troubled witl1
coughl or cold. It always afforda quiclk
relief and is l,leasanit to take. For sak
by Pickens Drug CJo., Earle's Dr-up
Store. TI. N. Hunter, Liberty.
I.OOKI WEt HAVE- IT NOWV.
After people visit larger cities
they always tell of the great 5 and 1(
cent stores they have visited, and the
bargains oflered. So to fill thiu
much needed want, I have establish
ed a 5 and 10 cent department, ushere
you can get the same big values
found in larger cities.' Come and sep
you will be surprised what 6 and ''N
cents will buy. WV. fi. Johnson.
: We Want Your Trade
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, Pants, Overalls, Buggies,
Wagons, Harness, Saddles, Blankets, Laprobes
And All Kinds Of
HARDWARE, TINWARE, STAPLE AND FANCY CROCERIES.
We have just Received from New York the largest line of Dry
Goods and Notions ever brought to this place. We get our buggies and
wagons at car-load prices.
We will save you money on anything you want to buy. Call and Y
seet me and bring your butter, chickens and eggs.
Yours for Business,
R. C. CARTER, LIBERTY, S. C.
fGrand Millinery Opening
Friday & Saturday Oct. 2nd & 3rd.
Jon't fail to attend. A grand display of -ats and
Dress Goods. The largest and miost varied selec- $
tion we have ever shown and the prices are right. 0
Watch this space. for add. $
e To ure a Cold in One Day cuos.
TakeLaxative Bromo QO inine Tabets. On every
Seven Mllion boxes sold In past 12 months. This signature, - box. 25c.
UH RLEB D M
RUNNNG T S ED ixT POR MLESAN
thtto oouh C roiat Au-4 - -- - -' -
an Nvmbr18h1N a one cent)4YFU NIE A 1u
a mle lustwety ive GC cents th0nw to YYO U-. Her watst' tl
Excursion Ratmes o Augusta,Ga., yuto reparefor th winterd~ysb
Nov. 9thn 10 lwah, and p oil wiohn
1th ,i nd f o t inssc eulied to ar. St ve or C ok n
rive, in. ga, Garetr non or
urNovehm te 1 t Nov. 1t. 0cnt84
Fiksor full parmpts)0ticularsappu to anyrHeates for heaitr dasb
aent of 100 company o Auto,(n,~
No..t W.d Hnt, d. Pi. A.,h ~ brteyingarin
radius of 100 rle stNov ,. 10ha.
11th, an for tratAslstouluroduceiigoodSovesefo
n 1 e2th, ennaren0 t ro Noev. H w nt1t8sy1o ou
Mothr frnyl gSwtllr nPo lyt ai H ters for Heatiren,
vgenstie of t e StomnI ach troul, Crae'orWar in
R.d eV R unt N . P.
CharlesHetnw invieAYO to visitegod her
IliySheriff1111tl11 Sa le j. Y ur'tu
Inw Y c ommon Plea, o1 s c24Iourt. NorHthU i St.~Jh~JII~li E S E, I.IC
Fani, c Hniopleb ua et al. Defendats.9U
Iooao Jae Aldrich pr sidingivie Y Utovsi
Sugo her20fh a fly, 1o03,ruly
i om onth hPes idd. othMi t ES in frnto
thy cour thue o oor fo foalyonon CNo- J J i J J.L
muhloi th fbOvloin sribed r)l(e
Iloeramle.JaosAldich prsidng an~d ,see us before buyinig D.ry Goods andl Grocories. WVo have
jude, n tle20t da ofJuy, 903 1 julst opene)d up t.sew goods and lots of 'em. WeT havn't t he
~vi1 o~ltothe1i~h~t uddr i) rot. l spaco to quoto prco but com-'. and see Cus. Our' prices are
rih.Bargainus in our DyGosta ilsrrs o n
suc sac, he ollwig dS~rhi~ 1011 our notions aro new and( at variety 0of theml. Pri3es are down
estate, to wit: - ant the0 bottom.
All that ciertalin piece, parcel, (or tratt ~ aeo11C110o onfreadBakt htw a
of land, situate, being and hying in tIAe, pl ~ ieprt~i O ~ooe ~lw ~~o o
county and stato aforosaid1, and( bounded ctlrpilrol$.0prpa.
by. lands of WVhit A. Ifamilton, James Orgoeisaca vy ohadpie iht. *ht I
Johnson, H~enry' White, mind others, con. )fq~(1 lycm n ieu tlo. Cuty p'de
tining one hundred and fifteen (i115) 1)nlt id8hd
aorns, more or 1es8. tushvyoriuniy. ClasIech iA hrst.
Terms Cash. Purohaser to pay for all ea rthnay0101). odIorgu ate.
papers anld for recording the same.
If tho purchaser does not comply with Yusfrtae
the terms thereof on the (lay of sale, it
will be resold on some subsequent salo
day at the risk of the former p~urebaser, WA T & G I F N
and so on from time to time uintil a res
ponsiblo bidder ho found.
J. . . MoD)AN-I,EA L Y SC
Ou gocriskreawassreh ndirct igt. .W eni
nedofayco oad ieusalok outyprdc
Watch this space.
Folger & Thornley
Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Gents Furnishing
W. T. McFALL, J. McD. BRUCE,
OF PICKENS, S. C.
CAPiTAL, - - $ 20,500.00.
PROFITS, - - $ 10,312.09.
DEPOSITS, - - $100,055.29.
Interest paid on time Deposits. Careful Management,
Liberal Treatment to all it's Customers.
WE MAKE A SPElIA UTY OF SMALL LOANS TO FARMERS.
.I. 1E. U.\GOOD), .l. c I.n % y.l((t
W. M. 11AG001). W . T - . % T. \. 1W Tp
fl. A. RICII FY, .1.. T i'iW .\ lT
Too <' Small.
OR the last two months we have
hardly had time to get a long breath
tryng to handle so many chickens
and we wish to say to the poultry raisers
for their good and ours5 to stOp) selling
-your chickens so small as they arec not wvan
~~ ted anywhere at any priice. Large chickens
will bring a much better price and are al
w ~ ays wvanted. H-ens are in good dlemand.
WeV wvant all the eggs we can get and will
give the~ highest market price for them.
Call on us for all kinds of merchandise
at the loweat cash price.
One-Price Cash Store
J1. L. BOlli, M. D-. J. N. HiA L LUM, Ph G.
Pickens & Drug ?Company.
of going to Greenville this Fall to buy
your CH-RISTMAS GOO.DS. Just
bear in mind that we are going to have
a full and complete line right here in
Pickens. T1hey wvill b~e nice, choicey
and strictly up1-to-date.
You know we always treat you
Pickenis Drug Co.
of that ex\cellent Flouri to arrive this week, also
* a lot of wheat b)ran andl shor ts. Good feed for
any kind of stock. I lomemadle Apple Vinegar
and spices for pickling,
New Olothi lIg, New Shoes,
New Dress Goods, New Hats,
Furnitur e, Stoves, Trutnks, Ir on Beds and
Sp~i ngs, Cots and Mattresses.
We Are Fixed For You.
Come anid see us.
FR ESIH...and...R ELIA BLE
The Groeorie4 you buy', at miy store will ahvays be the best.
I keepj them going and( see that they neer get stale'.
You Will Be DelghtedM~
wvith the class of Goods f sell and pleasedl with
tho attention I give to your interests. It will be worth your
Limo to comoi andl soo me whein in town.
My Aim Is to Please=:=:::
my customers and if at any limo your pure
chase is no~t satisfactory bring it backc and I will anid I will
not omnly make it satisfacetory but thank you for your trouble.
R. R. RO ARK.
Freshchoclates just~ ar rived.