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Conducted by the
Short and Timely Articles that will b
Rocalved, and are Solicited for t
On any Phaso or Subje t of
THE ALDRICH SYSTEM.
Gather in Hay and Hominy Between I
the Rows of Cotton! More Co'op
eration at Home in the Field 4
With Cotton, Corn and I
Fariers, don't. trust teo muchi to I
others to help you, make an etffrt
each anid every man of you to hel )
youlselves, try a few acres on the
Aldrich system of growing two
rows of cotton alternating with two
rows of corn. There is nothig to
lose in giving this plan a fair trial.
Wo are suie that the two rows of
early corn will not materially in1
jure the cotton We have been
watching this syste m of plan ting
t wo rows of Cotton and two rows
of corn since this pl1an first con'e in.
to notice, and have come to the c.m,
clusion that there is somotliing in
it, or about twonty good men we
know havo Leen doiiig some good
lieiing about this thing. At least
four of our neighbors, as well as
curselves, are to try several acres
on this "Ald rich plan" this season.
Some how or other we have got it
into our heads that. there may he
too much cottou on next fail, and
inl case 4"omethit drops" we hope
to have 1aoie food for both mian
aid beast, and not trust to others
for our fea8t.
Our plaus are as follows: Whero
our lands have already been lerti
lized and prepared fur cotton, take
a large (louble Jack plow aid
throw dowi the whole cotton bed,
with one furrow, mn two rows and
plant early corn in bottom of these
furrows, covering corn with small
double-foot plow, then leave two
rows for cotton, con t inuing t he
whole field in this plain. This
early corn will mature and be out
of growth by the time when cotton
needs all help possibe to I,-t on a
good crop of fruiit anid retaini it. At
the last plIowing of the corn rows
wie are to sowv inoculated cow-peas
in these corn) rows aheadl( of thle
plow3. By this plan an acre pack
nge of ijitroeniture will incolate
two acres of land. Of course, we
w ill not be able this season to bi:
oculato all our pes but we will do
as8 much as possible.
Quite a nlumber of practical far
mfer's report that they have made
as much cotton to 11h0 acre undelr
the Aldiich plan as they did by
p)lant ing every row ml cottonl and
have thu corni and peas as a profit
to Le: credit of this pilant. Now,
farmiers, be honest to everibs dy,
cut a gooud n iumber' of acres ont this
plan and let us hear from you.
Yes, we may say to those who
hav; no;t cut their acreage and are
fe'eling bad about it, that this Ald
rich plant will givo them a good op
por tunity to reh ove their conscience
anid at the same~i time1 give themi ai
splenldid chance to imatke a pr< fit
able cotton crop at mlost any old
price and haive more corn, pOens andr
fodder t hat br intg good prices aill
t ho whil, atnd niever fails to brin g
go'xd, fat hiogs, horses and cows.
Ab >ut hook farming. It h as been
(qiitd an hi Ie sin ce we heard much
abou~t the once lonely fellow called
' book farmer,' but s.nce we have
beuen put ting tiho subject of t he n ew
discovery of inoculating lands n ith
mitrogecn producing.Lacteria before
the peop'.e ov~ery now and theni som11
fellow has Home Smart things to say
abouit t hese visionary book farm
era I" But as this name cannot be
appltied to one who has ditched in
water up to his knees and led teams
of hands dus s and woeks at a
stretch with Ci ther the plo0w or hoe
we take no acceptions to this accu,~
sation but fling it back into the face
of every one that uses9 commercial
fei tilizers and call the whole army
of cottor, growers who use com
mercial fertilizers more or less E
great mass of "book farmers."
This may or may not be to th-ii
cr-edit. The credit rests with thi
euccepsful partiesa only.
The older cotton growers thIm
*gro at it duiring the latter part c
o0's may be able to recall the man;
fnny remarks made by Dr. Rave
nehl'a gicovery of how to conver
~ ,~i~blnckt rocks on the coast intog
-~w~ ~tnn op11 magec stmength tha
AOO 1nunde ir400 pounds wvoul
Farmers for the
e of Renofit to our Readers Will be
his Page. Artiolos aro to be
Farm*ng or Farm Life.
0o as far ani(d produce as good re.
uIts in a cottoi field ats 10 to 20
o)n( of barnyard maniure.
This discovery was then reckoned
Ls a kind of seientific, theorotical,
risionary book. farnier's dream or
light mare that might do for the
Iroad street tarmers of Charleston,
)ut it would niever work out thise
.v.mders onl tho fields of the practical
WVhat (10 we see today on this
line? Lait voar the farmers of
South Carolhua used 427,000 ton,
Af commir.-ial fertilizers at an ap.
prioxima1e cost of the enormous
Thm youiger notion of cotton
growers iii ouit Stateo have growln
ito t i4 kiwd of thoughtless,
Itin'kent habit of hook faringll
until they n more now think"oi
plaiting cotton without bougil
ferilizer thll a b'esotoALud ram
drinker would think of tahing a
meal without his dran. 1I. th are
habits of doubtful good resubs it,
Since writing tih,) foregoing we
haye had an interview with several
farimera not far from Peidlet, om
that tried this Aldrich system last
season, and some of them will
plait their whole crop this year oi,
S. L. McCarlev, J. W. Durbarj
and 0. Brock are among the farn
era who have been successful with
this system of mixed crops. These
farimers explain that the corn
roots feed near the surfaceo of the
soil and the cotton roots go down
deeper for their mai support.
Now thero is good solid sense and
reason in this, and another g-od
reason for the remarkable results
is that wido spaces betweei the
double rows give more air space
and sunlight, which is of great ad
vantage to the fruitiiig of both
corn and cottong.
Liberty, R. F. D. No. 3.
SThe first Quarterly Con'ferene
oif the Liberty Circuit was hold at
Fairview church Saturday, April
1st. After the religious worship
Conference was enlled to order by
Presiding Elder Jonlos. A fler the
busi ness of the church was tranis
acit..d R1ev. Jones took the trin for'
Born unto Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Bi issey, on the 2th ui it., a girl.
Mrs. Newt Jeans, who has been
(quite ick, is a blo to be out again
Mr. .J. K, Hlolcomb lost01 a fine
cow last week.
Mr. and MrP. Will Smith of
Pickens passed throughi this bnrg
last Saturday en their was~ to Mrs.
Smith's father's, near Norn is.
Messrs. J. A. Mullinix, Johnu
Massey and C. N, Jolinson, all of
A nderson cou nty, attenudedl the
Quarterly Confere:,ce last Satur
Theli farmers axe moving al sng
nicely preparmng for their crops.
I htope the people. (f Pickens
county wdl pr'acticaO what th y
preach, and when I i i ho imo cOmui s
fo)r the election th--y wvilI v'O~o the
dispensary out. I saw two Inica
looking young me. pass here 'uluit
week,'' and they had on so much
"Fs X'or "Hto r ing .J ohn," or
wvhatover you chi -.>se to calil it,
that they werec left to the sole care
of a negro protecto.r.
Some think prohibition cannot
be enforced, but w. think any girl
would bo .justifiled in slighting any
young man, lnt imi~ ely for paltroni
izting the ''blind iig.-r,' ' but to rt
fuse tI e call of an. 'flicer to arrest
a blind tiger. 1
Misses May 10.l'e a'*dl Kato
Stewart visitedi at tse hiomle of 1Mr.
Z/. C. Smith oneO day last woek.
Gr .-y Eyed Girl.
It would have11 been inicredibleI
bru'.ahty if Cihas. V. Lemnberger of
Syracuse N. Y. had not dlono the
best he could for his suffering son.
"My boy." ho says, -'cut a fearful
b gash over his~ eye, so I applied
i Buclen's Arnica Saive, wvhich quick
'Goo3d for bul~rns ad ulcers too. Only
-215e at Plekens ar's store.
Bears the 101d .018 0tt
When the nerves are -weak
everything goes wrong. You
are tired all the time, easily
discouraged, nervous, and
Irritable. Your cheeks are
pale and your blood is thin.
Your doctor says you are
threatened with a nervous
breakdown. He orders this
grand old family medicine.
"For nore than 50 yora I hive itsets Ayer's
Sarsam rilla in tuy faiuilv. It i a irmtl tootic
at all 1nos, ani a watiderfial ineie'nh for hI
pure blood.'-1). C. HoLT.r, Wst iiviet. on('01i.
81.00 a bottle, J. c. AyKI CO.,
T - st-- for L-""l" ""c
leep the bowels regular with Aver's
Dille, just one pill each night.
All Day Singiug.
Mr. Editor: I am r(quested to
moOunce thrwo h the coiluns of the
;entinel Journal that there will be an
III day singing at Pleasantl Hill on
the -fil'st Sundlay in Moy. Prof.
Stansell will be there, and all other
iingera are invited to cooie and
bring tsinging books. Let everybody
bring wt Il filled baskets, too. Rev.
D. I.. IItceli r will preaich on tha
ily At 11 o'cl ek, but the remti inide
f the dav will 11 devoted to song
lReipect flly submilit t<d,
S W. Spearmuan
To MothelS in Ti 'I'I S Towin.
Chih1ron wlho are delicate frevieri1 7m
er.ssq , will get immediate rn lief fr.i
Mothe.T ;ray's sweeot powi'ders f,r chih!
Til. Thevy cleinse t he' Stonuch,. nei 1.
the 1iilr, makinig a sickly child stl ro al
'md tedtlily, A certain eure for wI m. '
The farmers ure very Iui puttill.
in fertilizer, preparing to anale miort
live ceit cottoln.
Sovaiii fatihr S of 1bis coinmunit%
are veiry sick with t he measle:;.
A Sunuhiy scool his l((n orgai
ized lit Cros's Rolads chuurchI, will
Allr G. II. oper as supvril on Ilit. (
The Missioliiry and; 1 Sunday Ht(eb)ho) I
1mass.4 inetting w.ll ietet with Cross j
R adls Uiptist. ch n rteb thu third Sun
Iy, A pril 1(, 19 )5 S -vei al goecd
I)eaitIS ar xpec to be pr(sents
Mlerybo,1y i.. inivitedl 16o alttend( 31nW
br )0w1 mell 11;h-.ll baiiiets. Fith 11.
A pril 10), 190.1.
12. ble(ts for' ind(igoSliion anid flid that tiLe'
enit imv c'aise better than~ any dysipepsin
renll' I I hav~e ever* trie'd andt I have
neny lift :: yeaUr of tngo and haive _
Siferia)l a. 1n''t deal from1) in~dige'stion.
--<o. WV. Emory, lEockc Mills, Ala.
l'or sale b~y Pickens D)rug Co Ei's of
Clerk's Sale. m
ST1AT'E OF NOU'i'i CAlUOLINA, -
1". A. Itinehiarsh, PlIainoffi
\F.! / izabei Caeter't De*~!1fendan t. hu'
lIn put'snan tce of an ortier of foreclos.-o
are ini thes ab~iovet tatedl case by lion. (on
Erne r , Gar , P residingi& Judge, dated thi
hla rch :2., 19.)'5. andc on file in the (Clerk's
tffle.', I will Isell to the highest bidder on -
NA bLESD1AY IN MAY, 190~>,
luri ng t he legal hours for sale at Pick
na e. 11 , N. G , aill theo interest of the
)elfenient 31. l'lizabeth Carpenter in
itnd tG all1 that ice parcel or' tract of Pl
tu l in Piekeu'tsr Cen~t~. , ed Mtifs~ afore- b)(
aits h aule ont the north by lands of
C. E'. IWw-'i, on thwe ast by lands of
i'dina (:. luii amtd M. A. Ownly, oni the
outh: hy landss of la'n ton S. Freeman,
in I onl ihe wve':. bay the estale of Log
~is, cotin-ntttg oine huiind ied( and sixty
n~t chatseri muts. comply)1 wit h terms of -
m' a s* dd. Puirchaistr tot p 33' for )tppers
mdl for' record in g of t he montei. of
A. J. 13000i, ( - f
Clei k ofC tourt, -SEIAL ofl
P'iekens C.outnly, - .~- m i
31 re ith :1i, 1903i:-:t nr
Theil unsie sicned hive been' ail p~ointed Pi
Ohfhinit noiors of' t hl e staite of the inte ent
hei.w' Hi i e bylv i note, acolunt or' othier- of
r ise, aii ein~estedc to e-iii and settle or ini
J. M. Mtaulin,
ami s-ratorjs of' the Estate of W. T1. Tri
NOTICl(E OF' iNAt, Si~'r'LM1ENTr. On
I wili apply to J1. I. Newb-ry, Pro
a'o Ju idge for Pickents county, for a .
nali set tlem''-nt of the estato of J1. R. co
Iiniid ii. dlceciease, on the 3rd day of db
iny, -1905, andic as~k( 1 to be dijm ias'ed us t'r
dinisitraitor. E. E, Maniia,be
A pr. 5, 1905--it. Adminiistrator. ain,
Tl~it is at r'ein~dr tat I amn '.still
I leg buisiss att ih'. ol stati d (ivc-r
'tekc'ns iUrug Slor<) wh~u.ro I tnm
wan~ gal to serv H an~iy ol ats well
4 no(w a. n-nd(1s. \\ Il nyou v a 1 ta
n11iek and1( (eay shave, or ani IIp-to (date
air cut, give mne a cail.
E. T. Huter, 'The BarberCi.
T'or Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
sinilating thelood andReg ula
1ing theStomachs andBowels of
ness and llest.Cofitins neither
Opi um,Morphine nor Niteral.
ZArvwa/d 1rS IMMX IYIUR
fi4'AeI Sd -
Aperfect Remedy forConstipa
Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrloca
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Fac Simile Signature or
EW1 V YORK. _
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
All pos ns aire hereby wtroed
>t to Inunt, fish, cut timber or inl
iy way t.respass on any if our
ndd . Atlyv per.NOri I nC;14'lp
id hands ah--r publiention heto
ill i;e II'rosoutied to the fullt
dtent of the law.
Taylor Murphy, I
.\itr 2.4 t Sela e Milrly.' :1
Supervisor's Notice. t
Wo have air:11agmul to pay Cash for a
I contlacts marb0: fori Illo coutyii v
l i yefar, unle-is som1o .lisaster occurl',
itd tl Soper imor will be inl hi of.
!o 'IlaHEily oif eacht week to atudit
)d pay chlims.
G. M. Lynch,
Notter tto Ebtor"and ritori .
Ail -r ving oiai.es against the
daut(e o4 W, T1. M~el,d 1 ealt, aret.
tested1. ~t) th uners igli d for' palymtfl'
y the 1st day of MnIty, I 05. isol alls
II sonsi inideti tLI H .id est .to nt m -lohe1
Adm iin istrators.
Mm ch '1, 1905. 4I:. 1
Notice of Final Settlement.
Pro' bitoi for Pickens' (coinal y, on I be 1
iih day of' April, 1905, fori a floal .col
montt of thle cOstte of B., A. (1:ee
conseHd, andI. ask to be4 d1i'smfised as~ Adl
.itrtrx.Id C. Greeon,
TresSsas Notice. I
All pers'ons9 aro' heroby warne11d not to
nt, (1ish, set out fire, cut timbher, m1:1 ke
utH, travel ov~er, or ini onyw .y trespa l
alw. Mrusl. E!liz 1)beth E Cooper~l,
To'( the Publie: All persHons hav-~
g businesis in this1 offico1 ni I
iease catll On Saturduys. I w ill r
uilauty on1 other, d~a visit iIng c
h. ols. Please 'tke (114 not ic. t
1(1 UOverat yOtl1'raelV:1 acenrd i aigi y
Co. Supt. Ed.1
)TlICE OF i'TOOKHIOLDERlS Mi' Nt.i
Notice is hereby given that a maeting|
he stockholders of the (nium' t Alaan
utttur'ing ( omnpany wvill be he!dI at the'
ir of the s~ti' Calumnet Mnuitfneotutr-2
SCompany, itn Liberty, iM. C , on Sat
daylS, A pril 22. 1905, at 11 o'eine'k, n.t
tunnee. of Two Huo nd red anad Fifty
0) Shlares of Pretorred Stock, in tul
r Value of Onte llundrt ed) (I CO) dollars
dI di rected by rYesoindeHtion f th14 11owt d
Directors of the Calumnet Manuifactoia - C
; Comnpaniy, hldl at, Liberity', S C.. on
a rch 25,, 19)03, in.i thlt sa I aresoinat uons
're inl the fou 4~llwmy~ wordls, wvhic ar,-.
r'eby mad~e ai part IO' I hli' noti.ce:
RtICSOL ,UTI IO NS.
?esolvo 1, Tihat 11t he Pr. s'lenLta and
ensur er' of thle Calumefil t Ninnf iact u a
g Comn iy be autthoriized to cai! nt
'etiny of thlt 0 oc0khokhll.' s of til'e~j sai
mpany~l~ 0on the 22nd( dayi~ of A pril at 3
leck, to consilder thle ql s'.ioni of nuk
a la pr'efer'red Hto'ck, sauthlorized'( to bet
vertiblet 1111into I he CJommon1)1 Stockc of
Comat y J1 t, itt. (1 )Option of Ih holdt
of thea prefertrel stock,u at any' t imtt'
oa said preferre' d stock is calledI inl
retired b~y the r'ompanyli.
IT. L. CLAYTON,
IPros. a111 l'reas. Caime I~.t .3l1g. Co).
'etb. 21- It.
Now h; the t1ime0in taike e. )prntg lth'. liy
r the best ting to tatke in Murray's Ironi
fixturo. It mai keSt putreo d and))1 11 gets
d of thait Ltired feeling.. At all druigglstst.
50c a Bottle.
Or Dirc et l", 4om
ColumbIa, 8. 0,.
For Infants and Children.
he Kind You Have
. For Over
n Arkansas, Louisiana afid
Texasstock ranges ton to twelve
nontls in the year, two and three
ropis grow in a season. Now is
he ii mo to look up a location
villo the land is cheap.
On February 7th and 21st aid
Iarch 7th and 21st, the Cotton
elt Route will sell round trip
Lomne-seekers' tiekuts from St.
ouIs, Thebes. Cairo and Memphis
o points in the above named states
t a rate of $16 or one fare tIuw,
12, where it makes less leas than
One way colonist tickets Febru
ry 21st March 21 at half fare
Vrite for ma-p, time tablo and astk
bout rates to aity point.
L. P. Smioith, T. P. A.,
Cotton Belt Route, Atlata.
California entertains every year -a
1 It of visitors. By reason of this'
ho has gaiped a great reputation for
tospitality. (Cailornia wants you to
'isit her thus spring. The Rock TIland
ystem would lhke to have you try its
ip to-dato service from Chicago or
t. Louis to the Golden State. As a
pecial inducemient greatly reiuced
ates are offered daily, March 1st to
lay 15, Ask your home agent or
irite to John Sebastian, L'assuenger
'iaffic Manager, Rock Island System
DoL No Siuppress a Cough.
WXI eni you hatve a cotuih do not try to
oppret~ss it, hut remove theC cause. The
m.; m onl a -mptomi of some d1i8
a-, nndiii d ieaw is whlat yon should
arie, t hu t h le e' ugi will step of itself.
'ho mtos.t commoni')i cause of cuighing is
col Atnod'x nex will promp~tly up-lj)
I ntas thle aingh, and1( lipreprations coin
lnmng (chloformi, opium etc., are us~ed
av that purposoC but they do not einre
he cold. Ubatmbe~rtin Congh Riemedy
in the othier hand does not sup~pri ss thie
ouigh, bt rievesy' it by re moving from
be( throat an id tui ga the mucus which
bat rucetedi the b rt ithintg ad'I abyin
bie nii la ttion and tickling m t 'e tro..t.,
. also) opena thle sertionsM and et'ec
LilI.lyi a:1 permantly (ca res thte (cold as
meil at the conugh., For Sale by, Pickens
)rug Siore. Eatles D)rug Storo.
10 Coupons (except singles) accepted
mioss subscription is paid in advance
L'o the person sending us
he largest list of sub
scribers accompanied by
he cash, before May'1st,
905, we will give a first
lass DROP-HEAD SEW
o Key Givoi With Evmw
I still ha
suro to get
N. D. TAYLOR, Photographer,
...THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS...
Tho kind thatLarq mado ati the beat studios of tlpe laigr cities.
Tho kitnd that will not fade. Thtat nro naD ui'l and lifeliko,
and finished on the latut , and prettiest cards to br, had.
Nic lino of nouldiings and frumes ol nyi size made to o der.
....COME ON WEDNESDAY....
I wish my13' formertW custoutmes to how that I am
-STILL KEEPING MILLINERY!
I have moved my goods in l\Lr. Snider's shop. I trim
and sell new hats, and retrim old hats. I shall be pleas
ed to show you my new goods.
Mrs. Fannie Snider, Easley, S. C.
Will i talo Western Meat, from now till the first of A .v. e f of a1l
kinds. Mutt- n, Sau go Eot, Liv. 1% l 3e- f 1i i's. All
kinds of Western Meat. Also frcf-b fish ev ry wv ok;
Too lIto for Oystors.
Remember Meat is not all I sell. I sell a lot of things.
May not be the best in town to keep beef in, but it don't pay
to keep it, it pays to sell it. Mine will keep it.,ill I can sell it.
I want to sell you some mollasses and anything you want.
Your raw hides, bees wax, talIow', chickens, and eggs, in fact
all kinds of produce, and pay you cash for it.
THE OLD MEAT MARKET
______ MO RE.
From Nov. 15, 1904, to Jan. 1, i905, I wish the trade
to bear in mind that at my store is the place to buy
YOUR WINTER GOODS AND SAVE MONEY!
Bargain Prices Are What Mean
1 0 0 0 p a ir Me s o e s o s i l n h l i n h e a n d , t
goninat a bargnin.nd, t
A ig n fmrs overcoats at a hIsgaita.
Afew mena anud boy3s suits left, t. .~ ofa t a b argain.
A big lot of mns pants to go at, a naagain.
A big lot of mens and hors baits and caps at a bargain.
A lot of dlrummaer'si sample bants at leb's than cost.
A barigain in mencs di rs shiirte anhd intis nialeri ir.
/ A bargain in iadies underwear, fleeco hardtt unid halbr iggain.A
SEVERYTHING ThAT IS USEFUL~
In the house or on the farm is to go at a bargain. A
J. F. HARRIS, Cash Merchant,
Pickens, S. C.
McINTYRE~ PAYS THrE EXPRESS.
Send mec Moiney Order lor $2.50
and I will ship you by Express
PRlE PA D, in plain package if
desired : : . . . .
ONE (G4AIL L.ON
----OF TH-E BEST
TH-AT1 IS PRODUCED IN NORTH1 CA\ROLINA.
C. B. CIN'TY RE,
Postoffice Box 207. - Asheville, N. C.
We are Loaded esae n ieo
~SPRINGGOODS j gyiserhn te
ARE3 PREAREiD Tro I uceeadi o
Give The Best Values wl ou oseuW
Ths weilee Pcrlivn.Vil pred wha wie ory
eandery n searhig h
~~t h ('Oia 31 an tht. goods i a a t t h oe aight paritcs,
(liigaw, fr ary srig e. andou whae ood sattis~d'O tat
Nai~soks MudrisPaees Lweioa isucee, aadH itf you
goos t rulcl ro te i a)pet i lltW comte .lto seed us, wet'
T at le av Eer. cis G cive. ma wtillro ve wtt hata faw ey say
pri e h-.v it h in imbatW ti ne a t pu ilty in Padoe deattiVn , a iae,
gham , for c ent a ry rn g woaaar, r.l Or whie goot 25 cos ant 'H srast..
wooibbrtas good, \Vo acy a~ ompletWo alinenowfae blat~S nd tcolo
goodsa, pruictaoeki f ro the a oheap .t up to..wo lr whe (lard. Wuacant
go.* ai tihlr cMn'we' and ch III i hron 's for p ai ano frn y ator
- prices to st the ftmet sles akn a sporalty ofaladtai tut nyerOstto1.
be t 1 cent eLh rS fon tod Cnrkt, lso. 001b0sto 25 cetl an' est..
ifuo(y th da hygt btt o hsfo usfrls oota n n
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