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\ ~ 0$ ~ Loca aji Personal Nature,
-T , a jot of sichness in this
. ?1.0 1, and the doctors are
The) ' rVov aent of fertilizers is
f ) oss I- t'n last year at a corres.
f you want to get rid of the grip
got Dr. Webb to give you ;.a iescrip
tion.. A cures.
--J. K. Kirksty is quito sick with
pneumonia. His friends hope to seo
him out soon.
--B. 0. Baker is quito ill with
rheumatism. His many friends hope
he will soon be up again.
--The farmers are getting ready
and anxious to go to ploughing, but
the weather is against them.
-Miss Cora Bowen, who is in
charge of the Mica echool, spent Sun
day with her parents in Pickens.
--That is a good show in the
court house Wednesday and Thurs.
day night, ind if you wat fun don't
fail to attend.
-Rufus Lavender was arrested at
Walhalla (nd brought to Pickens
jail last week. He is wanted for
for ing an order on John Craig.
en an iton of nows happens
in your dommniunity let us have a note
from you giving the facts. Don't
wait for the othor fellow-send it.
-Miss Mary Pilgrim, who liyed on
French creek, died on tho 3d instant
of heart failure. She was fiftv-five
years of age and had been blind for
twenty years. <
-The dispensary after being
closed for'three weeks is again open.
B, C. Baker is down with r-henma.
tism and the board has elected T. 0.
Allgood as dispensor.
-The low price of cotton, the ro
duction of the acreago and the use or
fertilizers for this year's cotton crop
is the almost absorbing topic of con
versation theeO (lays.
-Whit Thomas, n.bo is foreman
for the Cole Aft. Co., of Newnan,
the home folks.
*ng fine and giving
not so goo'd as 'it
*- during the cold
* &. In lt nceU
- ' on
vrougt one man and the outfit to
Pickens; the other oneo got away.
-ito w can you go around all the
days of the 3-ear picking flaws, find
ing fault, mouthing and gru-ubling
about little things, when theroe is so
much to praise and1 love iin this
- -Tho Eureka Mfg. Co., of East
St. Louis. Ill., has al~pointed J. HI
Newton general I gen t for their fac
tory for Greenville, anderson and
Oconce couuties. Mr. Neowton wants
two good men to go to won k.
--All parties whlo have not made
their tax roturns for the year 1905i,
do so at once, no after the 20th
(day (if February a penaly of 50 per
cent. will be added. A prompt an
tioni in this matter means mouey to
-N. D. Taylor, the phaotogr aphor-,
has an ad in this issue. He will be
in Pickens next Wednesday and each
succeeding Wednesday thereafter
If you want nice photographs don't
fail to come on1 thme days advertised.
See his ad and remetmnber the day.
-J. W. Langston has withdrawn
from the firm of Langstoni & Neay.,
Walter is a good business young man
and will probably remain in Pickons
and again engage in business. He
asks all owing the old firm to call in
at once and settle up.
-Hillyor's Cr-ack..A-Jack C.', will
be the attractiomi at the Court House'
tonight and tomorrow night. T1hne
Hillyors have many imitators, but no
equals. An excellent performance
can be expected. Handsome' and
costly presents niill be given away the
first night. Prices, 15, 25, 35 cents.
-E'phraim Gilstrap of the ulpper
section of the county, dica on the
10th Inst. after a lingering illness, of
dropsical ~afl'ections, aged mbout 80
years. He wvas a member of Newv
Hopem church; his remains were laid
to rest on Sunday at the family bury
ing ground near his residence. Ho
leaves an wife and several children, be
- sides a host of relatives and friends
to mourn lis death. His wire and
one daughter is now down with
dautghter of W. D..ounglood,
the up prt of the county, we
very badly burned on the 81st ul
Sho'and her sister took some match<
and started a fire with shucks; an
as they blazed up her dress caugh
5he was burned badly from head I
knee, and is not expected to live.
--Mr. S. F. Curtis has bought
piecrof land in Oconee county, abou
seven miles of Walhalla, on Ocone
creek. It is a good piece of land
with good bottom land, and is said t<
Ue rich In gold indications. It ii
said that before the war it wa<
worked in a crude way by the ownei
who got about one dollar per day
profit from it.
--Tho Crackajack Company which
bolds the boards at the Court House
tonight and tomorrow night is said
to be a clear and most attractive
show with wtmdors of spiritualism
ind mind reading. The press spoaka
bery highly of the show wherever it
ias visited. The prtzes to be
warded are no fakes, they are given
,very night and never fail to attract
-There will be four eclipses, twO
if the sun and two of the moon thi
rear. There will be a partial eclipse
>f the moon Fol). 19 and an annulat
welipse of the sun March 6, both in
isible in the United States. There
vill be a partial eclipse of the moon
kugust 14 visible here 9 to 11 p. i.
P'here will be a partial eclipse of the
un visible in this State the mornin f
>f &ugust 80.
-L. N. Geer who is president o
breo oil mills in the county, has un
ler consideration the advisability ol
>rganizing a soap factory in this city.
:t is his opinion that the cotton seet
>i1 from his mills can be utilize(
nore profitably by using it for th<
nanufacture of soap than in selling il
.o the refineries. He will make thor
)ugh investigation of the matter tc
letermine whether the organization
>f a company is advisabl.-Ander
-An exchange says a female Sarr
Jones is stirring up the people, ani
that recently she stopped in the
middle of a sermon, and picking ul
der bible said: "There is a man ir
this house who is unfaithful to hil
wife! I sm going to throw this bibl
at him." She raised the book as i
ahe was going to throw it and ever;
man in the house but one ducke,
his head to avoid the missile. I
was afterwards learned that he wa
dleaf and dumb.
--"The weather is so changeable.
O~ne may hear that expression ever;
lay. Whether it is raining, or shiri
ng, calm or windy, hot or cold
people inform you that the weathe
is very changeable. Do they wan
the same tempature the year round
Do they want in dry all the time; oi
sold? or hot? The fact is that th,
wenther is alright. Withoutechange
n the weathcr the world wouldl be ai
uinattractivo place. You will pleas
let the weather alone, 1t is airight
--The New Resinol Art Calenda
for 1905 is one of the most boauitif a
salenders ever issued. Six sheets a
heavy enameled paper contain on on
side six he.2 color designs o
babies and children, while on the re
verse sides are drawings depicting
ohild life, with spaces for the nota
tion of baby's "sayings and doings.
It is a work of art that will deligh
a mother's heart. Sent postpaid b
the Resinol Chemical Company c
Baltimore, Md., for two wrapper
from Resiicol Soap or one wrappe
and 15 cents; or for 4o cents a cal
endlar and a cake of Resinol Soa
will be sent.
A Good Show.
Hillyor's Crack-A-J ack Compan
and Reflned Entertainers will gi1
two performances at the (tort I .
Wednesday and Thurn
the 15th' and 1'%t. Aus
The grandest and moe'
entertainment of its him
hours of amazing wend' . t
ing matrvels, almost bore
miraculous, more fasc I
any comedy. Elegant . i
presents distributed fre b
dience each evening, sue
picce tea met, gold watce '
dIreds of other valuable c.. 4
"a live pig just for fnn."
Prices, 15, 25, 35 cen
Mr. Earle Ilunnicuti .
most all of the contents4
on Jan. 28. They sayi
but all the things up at
clothing, trunks and b
Seven of the family (lid
thing left, but no one ~
J. D. Mooro sella me
lots af it s
HE Largest and most magnificent stock of Furniture in
upper South Carolina can be found on our floors and we
bought these goods for CASH and have put K N 0 C K-O U T
prices on them. Below we give the quality and price of some
of our goods.
100-3.50 Beds, five feet high, for $3.00.
125-6.00 Beds, six " " " 4.75.
50-8.00 roll ft. 6 1-2 feet high, for 5.75.
100-10.00 Oak Dressers, large glass, 8.50.
150-9.00 Oak Dressers, medlium glass, 7 .00.
125-3.50 Washstands for - - - - 2.75.
A BEAUTIFUL SUIT FOR $14.50.
The best No. 7 Stove on earth for $10.50. 28 p1e ces
A large No. 8 Stove, 28 pieces, $15.00.
In fact we have nearly everything thit goes into the house.
VMetts & James,4S
PRCES AND TH NCS
Whisk Brooms 15 cents.
Clothes Brushes 25 cents. Combs 5 cents.
Combs up to $i.oo. Hair Brushes 25 cents.
Hair Brushes up to $1.50.
Talcum Powder, Letlows, 10 cents.
Talcum Powder up to 25 cents.
Euthymol Powder, best made, 25 cents.
Swan's Down Face Powder 25 cents.
Gossomer Face Powder 25 cents.
Pencils i cent. Pencils up to io cents.
Legal Cap Paper, the quire, 10 cents.
Fools Cap Paper, the quire, 15 cents.
Pratt's Stock Food, in buckets, 85 cents.
Quinine Hair Tonic, 25 cents.
Quinine I-lair Tonic 50.
, Aromatic Cod Liver Oil, a ?plendid tonic, 75c.
Pipes 5 cents. Pipes up to $5.50.
'ooth Brushes 5c. Tooth Brushes up to 50C.
* Tooth Powders 15c. Tooth Powders 25c.
Tooth Paste 25 cents.
. Family Syringes, a good one, 50 cents.
Nunnally's Candies, the kind to give your
girl, the pound, 6o cents.
When your system or your buggy needs Cas
tor Oil, see us; 10 and 20 cents a pint.
PICKFENS DRUG Clo.
Cabbage Plants and Sea Island Cotton Seed.
Cabbage Panots for saile, tutiti titow readty for 'Iclevry. "lIarly .Jersey wakeflld" and "Ciar
leston I.arge Type Wakefield," I wo) earliest isin,: phenal vai iet ies toil heademi iotiti on ats n i'd
"Succession,"' "Augtasta Trucker" antid "Short S'tet llat lntcl,"' the th ree best ulnt-l ~il vrij
etes anod hiend in rotation as nunted. Prleti's: Sinigle I holistiact idI.i0; 5,00)0 ati over i1 .2 per
1,000; 10,000 andl over, $1 per 1000. 'Terms: ('ili wih onler: or phais i('lit C. 0. D)., pO tihser
paying return charges oni noney. ouar phiit hters tarn py 35 nier Ic tit St hl (enro~liia St I '0ast
ati we unclerstarul growling thiem in the open1 air; tough iiiil litalv: they will stai1 severe cold
williout iInjutry. laints crated for shijinentd weiglh *tt n s. i.r ItN tild we havi~e i- i'hil low rates
or it-ctmpt trat lspotat Ion byv Sotithern, lxpress Co. I knoi . of' ther pinti s you <-tn iinlty (llu-iiec
than mIne. I sell goodl platnts. No cheap "eut rate'' platits lhii pedt froin inv artn. I gutaruntelt
those thait I shuip to b~e true to type anid 1i01ite, ti growni fr'ot higli aile 'e'ds pom-lia' ci frei
two of the most relIable .seed houses In the I'u itetd Stiates,. I will1 refitintipu haise pt iiT to1 aniy
cldissatisfieti customer at ent(1 of season,
Our Cotton .Se.d. Huit of out l~oti Staple variesty of 81.:. Isi. N ID Ci YJl'rON sohl 1th year iii
Chaiiriestoni on 1)eceniber -3, at 3:30. Iher iou tidi. Seed $1.25 1.er hu. ; lots of' 10 bui. a tit ove r:ll p'wt
My spc'ilty: Prompt shipmtent, T'rite varietiles, arit i Naisfilel c itstomeirs. I hiy ive bee in h(
julant buiniess for 33 yeamrs.
Wm1 P EAV "" ^"""^Taa ost atii 'r'elegrapjh Onice, ' o~Silrd .G
Liberty Locals. Notice of Final Settlement.
[iiber'ty, S. 0., Feb. 13th, 191i5. .altpytoT.1.Ni'nyJdc
RanIso, let, slushl, and thoenrh 10, o afu i st
mor rain0 'lh, sleet, snow anld ice. We l~tit(fIh i4~t~ i tuiltov
are getting a little taste of a smiall t~'~~,itdml rh in : tjE
arctic breeze, it seems1 Whilei we F~, b 5i 'X'lt~'
hav sni ic to5 ncesthck will - p-ly-to. ---Nwb -v-Jdg
Oil te rivra alng th ~oa of~ l Pr~I'Obt fovitna oluniW t.' o the
rhia1115 bc~ 'ciigl WIu~t)Oi, b t.l~emtat of t h. Nottre (o Himuetl nwiln
de'ct asedi, lalnd a to es dim i as Ii Ext'
uotco111111 l~ me llotioi ec FebApil 190, 05tt -10 titItCxecutort.(
havese i o '41 to 50101 inches)1 thicdk, tlS11. ~Jm~t~ o 'yIi ~si
on8 the res aon teheen hast.~ ilottton
lyThis as bton rough. w erbut e 1 al~j~' xei o'
have soton n ovard oft w o Wtdisit .0
flfl WlI~f th thw Ct11'), Noticee to DebItor's andhi CredItors.
ug CO ii~1~ llmos ftC~l tii' All pers. ons lu-ving otlaims~t against the
diii n i'~li n nose coiecale-ate of D.I ial K '.mor dceased, tpe
* itfellon bosta frtn Idi e nt tem ealt aised to h'xotte thefl mror
* :t110W800110 tat tere sigtesed for pafymentI1 , by the 1st. (ly (of
noic som old then mntion seeings Aprlil, 1905, am1l tioso indebted to tSou
wosoint'41. ftWo renbe out aid esaAae eotdminitaythoram
t there wre hmertawould -1o~ witho dea 1to -1
'ryahst of ah gshd, iThdewoods a-R -nieExctr
or itoay icoverodwifth broken Al )'a~s A der snt. .
hFeb. 10s, 19ot05.3 r, uttmbrn.k
anirvlwa'opo ol (Itae ~r 1 ilOtwt r!lf
,ri and1 bhenth taiw a i, N1t ltll to Detr a ndr renalors.
nogh ~ic maectlmost ai conti-All, ther.sn h-vin clim agaisth
-.h"it in ghitoorin fmise peil'te Mf Win.iam Sizemoe, ceasd,i arod
it. felli'eioforheausero froumltsihade
-*on ngh smtt eerced is teetp opee ie f
ng inrdo. sp'o onlre goas (slntet sFr a yPeeaP
ii. intbyeratiwas give th fatr
tie eattestod for pamet byl touhe Altway ofg
iii*~ ~f (ain o. ~ y~terayaF( b. 16 1905 36.
r eatof h cooen, rindaoing Ta ion os~it on n
roughlhit~ fthis setinil ins Frsaeb Jan-'. Boy. a
Rocky Bottom and Reedy Cove Rays.
Seeing my last letter escaped the
is waste basket, I will try jind scribble
t. you a fow libes from this part of the
d Married, at Rocky Bottom church
L on Jan. 4th, 1905, by Rev. L. L.
o Powell, Mrs. Kansadia Reves to Mr.
Abner Gilstrap, all of this county.
Married, on the 15th, inst. at the
residence of the bride's father, Mr.
R. A. Gravely, Mr. J. J. Alexander
to Miss Bettie Gravloy, all of this
county. Rev. L. L. Powell perform
ed the ceremony. The young couple
have the best wishes of their many
E. Foster Keith, our popular aud.
itor, visited us on his regular round
recently. Ho is the first auditor to
visit our section, le is a pleasant
gentleman and wo believe the right
man in the right place.
We have two small stores in our
burg and things are getting lively.
We are having plenty of sleet and
snow these days.
Rev. Alouzo Gallaway has rmoved
from near Brevard, N. C. recently
and is in our midst. He has charge
of Mr. W, I. Powell's mill. We wel.
come him to our community.
Prof. E A. Ward passed through
last week on his way to his home at
Flat liock, N. C. He had just closed
a ten days music school at Eastatoe
Health is good and visitors are
scarce, so I will close for this time.
Dear Sentinel-Journal: After my
long disappearance I Nill como again
to give you a few dots of this little
The health of this community is
not very good at prosont.
Mr. Jesse A. Hendricka' little son,
who has been very low with the pneu
monia fever, is improving.
Uncle Jesso Crenshaw fell on the
door step one day last week and
broke two. of his ribs. He is very
Mrs. Cora Williams spsnt one day
last week with her mother, Mrs. Dock
Mica school was closed last week
on account of the bad weather.
Snow and ice has tarried with u
a longer this winter than any othe
time since I can remember. It hai
f been on the ground over a week, and
has ruined a great deal of timber.
j Oh, how 1 long for this snow t<
t melt so we can reorganize our Sunda'
s school. There is nothing I eijo;
more than a good Sunday school.
Just what about it: all of th,
Egypt girls are goneoexcpt one, an:
I think that she is in, the notion o
staying at home.
With love to all, I will close.
Au revoir. Mad Cap.
Wreck on Southern.
No 36 on (he Southern railway
was delayed five hiours last Monday
night on account of a rear end col
I lision between two local frceighi
D trains between Greors and Tay-lors.
-The train in front had stopped to gel
ir up steam, when the tramn following
I crashed into it.
f T1he engi neer on (lhe front trait
n was quite severely injured. One o
f his arms was brokon and cons9idora
bly bruised about the body. T'h
colored fioman on the rear tram: wa2
-badly hurt and not ext'XCol to liv
t Resolutions in Memory of W. T. Mc
Fall, by Pickens Lodge,
f K of P, No. 123.
'horeas;, it has pleased Almight
God iHiAwieProvidence to r-e
move from our midst our bolovet
brother, WV. T. McFall, resolved:
I. That in his death the State a
large has lost a sterling citizon!; th<
county, one of her most enterprising
oand worthy sons, and the town -
* rian atid enduiing inheritatee | E
a in easy reach of them. The ae- 13
mulatod evidence of the blossing~s
Jehovah is securely preserved in
o archives of the church, and the
ffn5 of his prostence are unmistak- o0
10. Under the influence of ease- al
ing, coward'y, skopticail cu1sellors 1'
3 people are (loomed to sulffr andl m
'. The faithful, courageous meu pa
o, like Caleb and Joshuma, lead shi
h the people to obey Glod and in
n are powerless to accompjlishl tho wvil
vaition of their brethern. Deliver- "R
3o will come after a while; but not
til the ungodly, wickeod, rebellious To
ansellors and the hundreds of 'J
>usands of their ready followers
ye perished through their inbelief.
e is of world wide applicationi,
tribes and nations come unde'r " '
* law. No individual or State is
Wpt. Obedience to God meana
and growth; disobedience means '
and destruct ion. U'
~itically, the couroly'dud the C
areose otd, ujduLdhi fi.n
For January ani
Along all line&, specially heavy 'clothing thoes, overcoat.
jackets, blankets, flannels, and woolen goods.
We have a small lot (about 40) of overcoats that we ar('
determined to close out b 'ween now and March ist.
15 PER CENr .DISCOUNT......
If your size is in the lot, this is a great opportunity to g:
a coat at a bargain.
An unusually heavy clothing trade last fall made great Ir.
oads in our stock, but we still have some great values to offei
in suits, extra coats and pants. A big lot of
31ankets'at You.r own Price....,.
We are making preparations for the largest spring stoc
we have ever shown, and to make room for this stock we wi
offer between uow and March I st, some unheard of bargain
Just received a solid barbed vire and nails, also a car (
flour and salt. Another car of furniture to arrive in a few day:
and also another car of
"Those Great Mitchell Wagols"
the best vagon made, as everybody knows.
If you want the best- paint u::.dc, we have it; Harriso:
lown and Country Paint is kn o.vi to be th'e best.
Big lot of furniture, 1, .i dware, buggies and surreys, wit'
See i for anytib , yotu uony aioiel. What we haven't In stock
wo gnt for y , .un ( W are 1awayst pleaiedI to serve You.
POLGER & THORNLEV,
t~illtor. 1 ', ifat, ac111W (i 1nt's'Furie.hing Go da a Sp'ecalty. Agento for
hia. ., Tm. n 1o 1 4 111131 t n 3' P 4i t Stets o n 111004. St n 44 l a111te aid
40 CLOSE OUT FOR
62 pairs ladies' shoes worth $2.00 W $3-50
(mostly small size) ((1 - -- - - --
An entire new stock of ladies' Patent Leath- 7
er $3.50 and $4.00 shoes @ - .. . .
A large portion of our new stock ladies' kid (
welt $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 shoes @i - eV
120 pairs men's $5.oo and $6.oo shocs in -7
all leather at - - - - - - - - -3e7
A great many lots of boys', misses, and children's
shoes are offered in this reduction sale.
GRE2ENVILLE, 5. C.
Wvrites M e. JANE PETrTY, of Roaring River, N. C., Aug .12, 1904
My little I.. y could not wH k a step from RHEUMA'TISM, an
all other.rientheis had friled t,> do him any good. Rheumacide hi
cured(.him and muade him sound and well." H-undreds of other lette
give the same testimony.
cleanses the blood of all the poisons that cause Rheumatism arnd
other blood dliseases, and absolutely cures to stay cured. The m<
powerful and effcctive blood purifier in the world vet it improves t'
digestion and builds up the entire system.
"THE~ ONE ThAT' CURES WHEN OTHERS FALl"
Writo BOBBITT CHIEMYCAL COMPANY, BALTIMORE, for Free Samj .a
Ask your drugght for a "FORGkCT MRC N4OT' "Book.
Don't Burn Yo;
Bring it t.
11 you owe us we will give you
top pvr, foYr your cotton and t
thing here for you. If you don't get it it's your own fa a
We thank you very much for last year's businf
hope to double it this year. Come and see us aga.in
AN YT HING! EVE RTTh1' C
VV. T. Mc M