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Entored at Piokens 1ostoaco os second Olass
Manl Matter Ii
PICK ENS, S. C.: o
Weduesday, March 22, 1905.
The Department of Agriculture is a
satisfied that an (lhicient cotton piic.
ing machine has been invented. The
Apparatus was designed by G. A.
Lowry who invented the round bale
cotton packing outfit
There are but two doctors of Medi
cinoin the entire Congress of the
United States, and both of these are
in the Senate. Almost every other
occupation fi om log rolling to pagi
lism is representLed in the lower house.
The Kansas Ligislature proposesI
to have its convicts work the oil re
fineries in opposition to the Standa.rd
Oil Company A ccoding to Tom
Lawson the competition will be bot.
ween mun who are in j il and those
who ought to be.
It is difficult to understand why
otherwise intelligent 1nen ill allow
five hundred or a thousand dollars
-worth of cotton to lieout in the weath
er all winter, when they would not
let fifty cents worth of corn ho out
over night. One thing certain, western
farmer-3 do not treat their hay that wa.
"Why everybody knows that lie
Devil and his political benebmon are
on the Dispensary t-ide of the ques
tion. It was Conceived in the womb
of Hell, and born amid the shouts of
demons, and has draggad its slimy
tail through every phase of South
Carolina politics for twelve long
yearg."-Rev. H. L. Baggot in South
Gaffney News: Mr. Toyfor Petty
was in the city yesterday and said
that ho hnd 125 bales of cotton that
could be had whenoi it went to ten
cents, but that it could not ho had tat
one cent less thanc that. If all the I
farmers w~ouIld go out with that detOr- <
intation it wvill biring ten cnts-- e
wvhat it, is worth. We need more men
with the grit of' Mr. Potty.
'.ihe Deolton correspiondent of the 1
State sayB: "1Rev. W. TI. Tate has
placed on exhibition in Hooper's D)rug
Store a curosity. Ive rats were dis
covered by lhim in his barn wvith their
tails so interwoven withl a c'oth string
that they could1 not get apart They
were ats compiiletely tied together as a
whip, though all alive and each doing
their best to get relased. It is a
mystery howv th'*y c 'told have worked
their tails in to sucoh ai kn it It ha s
been a som11Ce of c-maiderable com-.
ment (in Ithe btretds by all wvho saw
Peo~ple who hiave given close rtten
tion to the miat ter hcave ver*y lhttle
roar on) to donii, the c .rrect,ieess of the C
assump 1t io,1 by the G re~n ville -News
that much of the whiskey sahl tby the t
State dispensuary is deadly poison. A
Everybody L nows thaet the chemical e
analysis legend is only) a myth, and1( a
that thousands of gallons of cheap
whiskey go to consSomlers through the .ib
dispensgry just es they comeo from the Ii
wholesale dealers. Inth ad of I eing b
chemically pure these so called wis. ni
kies arte really pur1e chemicals. T'he 0
purest whis-key will kill in time if oi
used in suflicient qluanltitieP, but these t<
eneaper comnpoumnds and imitations a
do their work ini short order. -York- a
Two thousand weekly papers ai~d
250 daily papers, reaching every h
household ini the South, have taken o
part in the great cotton holding moe
men t, airginog on thtefarmers the nee
sity of reducing their acreage and fer.
tilizer bills din-g coming year. Yet,
in the face of this fact, one of tihe first to
*propositions made, after perfecting
an organization in Columbia last week
was to mnvest a lot of money in estab
lishing a new paper)O as an organ for
the cotton growers. What more could
an "organ" do than the newspapers [11
have done, are doing and evintie -a thg
readiness to dou? If they are going
have moro c~nmtribute1 . noney'-t)i 0
they can de-cently approprigtte tp sat fre
ries, let them buy spn ui thmopobli 9
' pirited papers tbaL'bk t
ofor nothainp A4~ok
ning tle'jury s5tw. of (ar
Pie it is said two, or thr
urs are sworn in when a che is tA
tried, and they sit with the other
ors during the pr(ogreen of the pro
dings, having tqual rights and
ties with the original twolvo excOpt
sy cannot vote on the verdiot; but
onld one of the twelve becom' e in
pacitated and have to be .x msed
supplemental juror is at once in
is place and the trial proceeds.
This is certainly an improvement
u the practice in this country, where
case is liable to be balked at any
imo by the sudden illness of a juror,
iut a blight change in our jury system
vould give us a still bettor law. We
ow have a grand jury panel of eigh
cen, any twelve of whom agreein'
tay retulrn a true bill of indictment,
qOw, let tho law be so clIalged that
bo petit jury panel shall consist of
ighteen men also, and provide that
my twelve of them agreeing may re.
urn a verdict. This will insure
tgainst mistrialb on Account of a
lror'si illness, no-thl obviate the rec
>giized difliculty of securing a utinani
nouis verdict, at thi sime time would
'naintain th 1 time honored c'a*t >m of
laing twelve mien to agree ny1 a11
erdict. The c.tmso of rig moi.d
ustico woulT In no wiho be imperio.
111d there would 1)( Ior i I I t i vIII (if
1on0victing evil doers.--M nning Far
Jim on Dispensary-He Handles it
Looper, S. C, March 11, .1905.
Mr. Editor: Please allow mue a fow
wor(Is in the columnis of your paper
,m) the whiskey questioin, as I see
Silimany letters about doing away
vith (ho dispensary. I am ono
vbO thinkis it would-be a wiso step
o make, for the stuff is so rotten
t stinks; it makes soino nen such
ools tint they don'l know whether
he are on their heels or on their
Leads. I think the citizens ot
lickons county should hold an
lection to vote it out, as it is a
-urse to the county and a disgrace
;o the town of Pickous.
When I seo a mian who Ias (I rank
he devilieh stuff until he is drunk
Ind staggering f'romn ono sido of
he street to the other and cnrsing
vCry man h1e meots and using pro
a nO lnguaige mi the pre'sence otf
adies it reinds me of the devil
ntoro thant anaythinmg else that I canI
omapaire in to, anid old disponm
ary lhquor is the causn of it. Why
ot (10 away with it? We have
cople that profess to be christians
hat will go to Pickens and canu't
cave without going mn the dispen
sary and getting a bottle of "'fuss
K." or "'Hollering John"' or what
wver you may call it, beforo t hey
3an come home, and theni C~ co
home about three sheets in the
wmnd and the other sheet a shaking.
~Some mieni will got drnnk ont
:lispensary wiskey and. fall out
withi his neoighbor and someotimes
kill himi, andl~ the causeo of it is
w'hik'-y. Why ntot do away wi'th
he d ispensnr y at Pickq'u and1(
jave a civiliz.'d count'yt and say
lhat Pickenas countly will not have
So long as the faithers of good
biIldreni and the husbands of good
Vivyes v'ote for it ando drinki I it when
bey can get it, many men will
pond all their wages for dlis;>en
ary whiskey wvhile theiri fianmlios
re at home crying for breid.
Some w ill ask what abo.ut theo
lockade whiskey. Why, if there
as a blockade si~ill on~ evory
ranch in Picker s county it would
ath be much scandal to the
>un ty as the dispensary dtuck up
Sthe side of main streeat in a
>wn, with the dloor stand1i .g op.,n
id the bottles in view, It will
loost t'3mfpt a man waen ho
ouldn 't think it would t isee the
svilish stuiY hofore him..
It would be a long wvays more
onorable for the town to havo an
Id ox wagon loaded with foe ilizer
stand on the side of Ma in street
tan to have a dispensiary stuck
I am not ashamed for th people
know that I am aginst, it.
.James Hf. Hughes.
Rocky Bottom Racket.
wish to say to the roaders of
e Pickens Sen tinei-Jouirnal that
good people of Big Eastatoe,
Soi, Reedy Clove anid Rocky
Om met to build a graded road
m near Richard Gravloy's to J.
Giailey sand to their surprise
blok uayfa Appeared, and after
4et fiko e the boys: slie
thave been old ngo; ad
\. he4?: a
-~ ~ t.i
Barrel of Whiskey Contains.
t barrel of 1.cudi chl, h< attes, of
k barrel of ciirses, a barrel of bllow
k barrel of sorrow from a loving,
k barrel of care, a barrel of strife;
A barrel of unavailing regret,
A bairel of cares, a bairrol of debt;
A barrel *of hue-ger, of poison, of pain,
A 1-arrel of hopen all blasted and
A barrul of poverty, ruin and blight,
A barrel of tears that run in the
A barrel of ci ime, a barrl of gr ans,
A l'arrol of orphan's most pitiful
A ba'rel of serpents that biss as they
That giow fro'u the ;quor in the
head of the glass.
A barr(l of falsehoodi. a barrel of
That falls fUm Ih e nmiac's lips as
The Church as a Social Meditm.
Esperaace Godlove, spoaing of
society as it Concerns business wollel
in the Now Idea Wont'u Magazine
for April, says that where societ-y as
it, i- generally ICnoiwn is not possible,
-1 :1o aicknowle.dges it is all im
) )Mib.le to mny bo-.iness womnIo in
bir i c .t', Ilit re $ro ther things
which ae4 smli-aciat ini their naturo
and which will do tlie work of sub
stitutes for society if they are so ap
proacied She instances books, c I
certs and churches. althongh 8be de
precates iniug uso of the lattet
solely on iaccount of its social advan.
tages. Of chnrches she reintrk3
"Let her" (the busim1 as womi:) "seek
first clergyman u hose oroaching lielps
her, whose spiritual inspiration as
sists her to bear the sorrow of lonli
n88, andl by some11 miracle, humin or
divine, she wili often find the lone
liness supersedes by kindly acqu1iuut
Death of a Little Boy.
Robert, thu 5-year old m->n of
M r. and M rs. N. M. li0oo,Cr, passe(l
OVer the co'd Iive o( (eah on the
14th insta. at the Cou!nIit ia asylim.
H-o ha1d beoen there for a1bout teln
mon1c ths. 'I'he Cualis of Ills death
is unknown at. present. 'Ihe coirpse
arrived at Easloy on tho 11 [afl
lowintg hiis deathi. it was tak en to
its formier' homeg. wherie a hirge
nuiimbl 413' fri ends hiad gathoi'redt
Tlhe illtercmont took pl ace at N inn
F'orks on t he 11.h. Theli whole
commnunity sympathizes with the
bereavedl parenIts. J. ..
U)uaiii niously ad(opted by first Q uai
t. rly Cnference of .Pickensa Circuit
heli at T'abor, MIarchi 18th.
WhAlereaq, Packens counlity is muak
ing ani. (ifort toe remjovo t ho( dispen
salry ou11t of Itie coutiy i nstLIj111itu
tion leglize!d by3 the State4 and11 thleri
b~y matkiing all of hier eitjz' osi deaeler8
in the ;iqiuor bus~iiness whiich is dei
bauebinig to bthl youn11g andt ol,
briig'ing s14I~ei ing and11 sorro w it
nuoliiy of our hom s, and4 821( ,sning
souls8 to pe'rdlion where craing
ca int he satistied, and
Wh Iereals thli, Confe(renice comos
parlit of thle (cit izensi~hip) of Piekon
coutyi anid thereby~ deleltra in spiit
11ou. liinois, ni hici iA eeritainly con
tro ry to thle spirit of Chr istiaiiity and(
the word of Glod; I herd f',re be it
liusolved, 1iret, Lthat this (onefer
enco end orzses thlis mnovemien t and1
hereby pledi(ges it its .upperCit and11
Second,. T1h at wo v'ot( as we pray
aind urge others to do likewise.
Third, That ia copy~ of these28 resol u
tionisi be puiblbi~d in our counity'
paiperI' anmd sprl ead1 uipon the pages of
our mn u t [e. 0 M. Ahsbuey,
It. A. .i4wen,
A. E. Ke.lly.
If your blood is thin and ini..
pure, you are miserable all the
time. It Is pure, rich blood
that invigorates, strengthens,
refreshes. You certainly knowv
the medicine that brings good
health to the home, the only
medicine tested and tried for
60 years. A doctor's medicine.
"I own iiny ilfe, without drnhit to Ayer's
Aanparnbla. It is then maost wiouneIerful mll-~
eino bl'te world for inervoulhsness. My cure is
1'orniaiont, Mliii I Cananot thaiuk Von ouagh."
M Rn. Dut.IA Meotr., Nowark, N.J.
-00 aihott Jf. 1 I. AYJCItE0..
Es.- for -.1,01=Ma.
A high-class preparation for th
glossy and prevents splitting am
always restores color to gray
Death of a Little Child.
On Tuesday morniing at 4 o'clock
the death Anigel boveredl around tho
home of Mr. ItIad Mrs. John Fin'ley,
and Claiimed for its victim their only
child, little henry, borned July 24
1904, Died March 17, 1905.
We axlend our heart- felt tnytlpl
thien to the bre-tved paronts.
Th hearse was drivon ( onc door,
It- brouiglit a c-4lin a 1 . le ats Know;
Such coflus we had sewtn before,
But never one concerned as s-).
They took the cover from t he camiae
And placeo a row while formi irie,
We look once more-it was the last
on lanhi w ho once had len our pride,
Our precious child! --1h is it true
That we shall s! e Ios facie no more?
[Hi life was like the morning dew
'Tis gone. our liartis are bleciniig sore
A voice that w's-wred from above:
' I gave , I alio take a'way;"
It va our Fl'ather's voice ot' lovi
OGir consol I ion, h ln a nd st :y.
$714 It ar i134 Phing t : I Iling I MVrt (y. 1'
from append-iit is andt poi iton it i 4 Tc
Prevent anld curei tinl-se aI.% fi diseasem
thero is jiist, -in re-liale i rem* I v, Dr
Kiiig's Now L fe PIh. -M Fl ieiurY
of 14 Csli . t lhico, Chlienlg..,
bnys ' Ti.< Ni, I 1.. o is f. rboW
js ti aull I 1 ~-e4 25 at
Ani All.mba w-muin, i.i f'iling at p)(
lition for -1b% io, dec ibe ..r hur+
bandt 11. "a hli:'- !,mu I tramlp an.1 it
b:r-1 (if 1,.-ssg, lie suire i8 at bird
to be ;ill that find th ., fo it a womI-to]
Card of Thanks.
We w.Ih to tak0 Ie till oihod ol
I hikin r l alil 11 It it 1d4 and neighl
bors for Ihir kim Ioitu en- lirabl'
stlrvie(: rendted us dIirinsg tLhe fatal
illiesI of our litl s n IIaury.
7 PWCKENS MILLIl
MRS. FLORA R. LAI
SAt Mrs. Lathemn's old
* FINE 000ODS,
All z.re MOST CORDL
A useful present given wv
ing to one dollar. ]
Loca~ltet ll ite let<Z1
ta ids, ('ochisti C~ounti
This city, Monte Cri
istence in the y'ntre of
the Monte Cristo Conser,
las, Arizona. and stock he
wvill have a real estate an<
their stock making it a
wvill own the town site, w;
power~ plant, telephone,
TIhis sa.9ck still selling at
inlally soli for before the
of, but its bound to reacl
soon. For a safe investn
is your opportunity. \Vil
for free dlescriptive matte:
N OT the temporary
searching cleansing o
every vestige of the di:
We know thet it sh<
the most scientific ma
cannot harm, but buik
it d'oes cure because hut
that it has
Fre ale bottle from B80
!f You Advertise In 1
e hair. Keeps the hair soft and
the ends. Cures dandruff and
Como and see our nico lino or Ah .
J)- T1. F (nn1)ols & E Co .
A nice line of Inen's and yoiths
collars it J. T. Fenni-ll & Co's Store.
One 15 h p. onfine and boilor for
sale. Jas. A. Whitin, Norris, S. C
For Sale-A limited supply of
Hawkins cotton seek pure sto, k. 75
couts per bushel. I. A. Hester, (
Pickenls S. C.
liglet priCes afid for. chichnis,
eggs and country produce,
J. T. Fennell & Co.
Thle nicest lino of liarps, gliasswao ]
and decorated dishi:s to go nt cost. ,
J. T. Fonnell & Co.
S ill sellinig ont at coat at tho Cure
ton Itand. CoMo at on1ce As this I
stock must, go. J. T. Fennell & Co.
WANTED--10 mon in eciih Stitc ]
to triavel, tack signsi and distribut.o
smle )i's aind eicrenls of our golds.
Sitlity $75 00 per tniith, $3.00 per
dIly for' eNxenses. KlianCo.,
Dept. S Atlas Building, Chicago.
This is a reminler that I am still
oigbusines-s lit the obd stbnnd (..vt r
Pick4ns D1rug Store) wi.lu r I 'M
;tjidwa elad to Berve wry (0ti l w ll
:1s Il-w friedil1. Wiheni vou vanl t i (
luick lmal viasy shave, or tin up,-tn date(
haii (it,, aive mile at eoll
Ei, T Iluiter, The 13arber.
Wnt NO Te e in c-neh .it
to traivel, tack Si and ( ll shi'aui II
eiri'culaiiris ufd smiiple.'s of 'or i!ood s.
Salaryv 875 por' month. 83i per dy'
fr exr- 1.. KR1hilman1 ConApany,
Dpt. P, A this BJuiling, (ineng4o.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors. \
Ail per oms having o'ims a g.rin)t the
stiate of 1). K. Norris deceased wif prn
son) t them pryerly proven to the uniider
signed within th e ihn1o pres-cribed by \
haw-, andithooilb to Nh"stt
vil1 umake ptyn ent it, onc to
J. Ri. Vadivi I, Exvecltor, C
Aulerson, S. 0. v
Mari ich 1, 1905 4t..
4ERY PARLORS. 9 I
'HEM AiND MISS LOIS
Stand Near Mc~Fai's. 9f
LAT EST . STYLES, *
AL.LY invited to visit us.
th eve'ry pu11rchase amnount
.ook out for the anl
E our openings.j
f the (Oh i rienbin Moun
y, A~ lPiZ~il in Ilibe biggest
ng Diictin t he World.
sto, has just sprunig into ex
a group of claims owned by
iative Mining Co., of D~oug
lers inl this mining company
I indIustrial value attached to
tilt edgre i v s m n ,as the"
iter sy4.tem, electric light andi
ice and coldi storage plant.
65 cents, the amount it orig
town site was even thought~
$i . 50 a share, or higher, )
iitentandl clean cash profit this*
1 you grasj) it? WVrite today
imp rovemecnt resultinig from dangerous
, alcoholI, or potashi; not the mnomen
harp paia given by liniments ; h~ut a
fthe blood tha~t clears the system of -
iease, and absolutely
)u1d curo bcenuse it is comfpound(ed in
nner, of p)urely vegetabbi: drugs that
up the entire system. WVe know thpt
ndreds of those cured have written us
ALL OTHERS FAJLED.
BBITT CHEMICAL CO., DALTIMORE.
T SELLS RHEUMACIDIE.
70 I , WO
KEEP YOUR EYE -\j 0,IAt JA~ 1~ 0~f
1414 Votes Cast in Contest this Week --It Will
Take Work for Ay Cotestant to Win.
coording to the Check on the Coupons, There Are Over t 25
Coupons in the Hands of Subscribers--Where Are
They, and How Will They Vote?
entral Baptist-Ce-.ral 2736
'ickens Methodist-Pi ejs 2288
)olenoy Baptist 9C0
lickens Baptist-Pickens 848
ion Methodist-Easley 711
;ix Mile l a)tist 400
Iile Creek l3aptist 315
iross Roads Baptist 286
uhamah Methodist 278
;ap Hill Methodist 266
;alen Methodist-North Pickens charge 239
;econa Baptist 226
iberty Baptist 201
;riffin Baptist 118
welve Mile Methodist 79
aml) Creek Baptist 64
oncord Baptist 64
;olden Creek 50
Ceowec Baptist 32
SCH1OLARSI-IP CON TEST.
Iiss Leila Ballentine-Central 2535
liss Lois Newton-Pickens 2380
liss Kate Hester-Pickens 2253
liss Eva Clayton-Liberty 1821
liss Nannie Wyatt-Easley 6oi
liss Lucy Mauldin-Central 434
leo Mann---Meet 280
Jalter Cantrell-Liberty 209
rank Farmer-Pickens 172
Irs. Joe Brown-Liberty 64
). D. Winchester 48
H. Grant-Cateechee 32
1. F. Wright '
Cabbge Pants AllVarities
Prics: 1000~ $i50; ,Oo@$I.5 ~ ~oo;~ 2760
I.F Wrih pe15oo hpe . .1.i erd
Plants arrive at your Express Office in good condition..
----WRITE FOR MERCI IANT'S PRICS.s-~
Jabbage, Beans, Sweet Potatoes anl~ Turnips in season,. Onders for ship)
ment of Tomato Plants, Sea Island Cotton Seed, and Sweet. Potato Draws
hould be booked in advance.
JAS. RAY GERATY, Enterprise, S. c.
Express Office, Youngs Island, S. C.
During Holiday Fine Line of Watches, Chains, Pins.
Season Broaches ini Solid Gold and Solid Silver.
Prices Reduced Nice Line of Table Cntlery in plate and
Solid Silver...:.:.:.-.-.-.. ..
Onl all Nice selection of Ring's, in Plaiin Gol
.....Jewelry ... and Mounted Stones.~
H . S N ID ER, ,WEIgR.
VcNTYRE PAYS THE EXPRESS.
Send me Money Ordelr for $2.50
and I will ship 'yon. by Express
PREPAID), in plain package if
desired : : : : : :
ONE? G-A LLON
--OF THE BEST
JORN W HISKEY
THAT IS PROD)UCED) IN NORTH CAROLINA.
C, B. MCINTY RE,
Postoff ice Box 207. -Asheville, N. C.
N. D. T A YLO R, Photographer,
.-THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS..
Thle kdind that are mado at the best studios~ of the large~r citieo.
TVho kind that will not fado. That are natural and lifelike,
and fluished oni the latest and prettiest cards to be had.
...PICTUR ES ENLA RGED...
Nico lino of mouldings and frames of' any size made to or der.
...0 MEO N W E DN ESRD AYV s