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0 4DaWD MBTEY WEDNESDAY MORNING.
The Gentinel-Journal Company.
TROMPsON & licHir, PRoPs.
J -. . 0. 'HOMPSON, EDITOR.
lvortislng Rates Reasonable.
vutred at Piekens PostofUee as Second Utass
PICKENS, S. C.:
Wednesday, May 81, 1901.
We do not hike to make apoligies
for thile paper's short comings, bust in
this instance we think it necessary.
For the past two weeks thO editor
and some member of his family havc
been sick, and he could not give anliee
matters his attention. Thtjn, again,
our machinery broke (own, our gaso
line engine just couldn't move, caus
Ing tronsidernWe delay in presswork.
However, we have an expert machin
iEt at work on the engine at the tine
this apology is being put in type, and
'Ne hope to bavo everything running
smoothly by the next issue.
Attention, Old Soldiers and All.
The Pickens chapter, U. D. 0. re
s'pectively invite the public to attend
the old soldiers' picnic and reunion
on the third of June at this place.
There will be the usual assembling
of the veterains at the depot, Liunder
the command of Col W. B. Allgood,
preceded by the Pickens Cornet Band.
The line of march will continue to
the court house or to the grove In
front of Mrs. Ann Griffin's, Where
the crowd will be addressed by 0u.
James Armstrong, of Charlestoa, who
is one of tho South's most gifted ora
tore, full of humor and wit, an excep
tional entertainer, and a veteran of
the Confederate war, whose bravery
and heroism stands out among the
' The lion. Julius E. Boggs will be
master of ceremonies, and there is no
need to say that he will add much to
the pleaur~ue of the day, as all know
him as being unsurpassed in grace.
fol eloquence on such oCasionsi.
Folowiing is the program, as an.
nouncedl by the Dauighters of the~
Prayer-Maij. J1. M. Stewart.
Music-By the Band.
Address-Coli. James Armustronig
Music-By the Band.
P'resentation of Crosses.
Music-By the Band.
Dismnission-.Rev 0. M Abney.
Complimentary to .Judge Carey.
The Columbia Rlecord of 27th inst.,
TJ.he civil couirt adju rned today,
this week being takecn up with equity
cases. Bef ore adjourning, lhowever,
the local bar association met and ap
pointed a committec to draw up rejo
lutions upon the way in which Judge
Carey, a special judge, handled the
business of the court.
The committee adopted the follow
Columbia, S. C , Mlay 27., 1905.
At a meeting of the Colunmbia bmt
assoication held in the court house of
Richiand county thi.any for the pur
pose of acknowledging its indebted
noss to the Honorable J, P. Carey in
presiding over the court of common
pleas at spring term, 1905, the fol
10) Ning resolutions were unanimoush~
Resolved, That our thanks are Ane.
and are hereby tendered to the (Mon,
9 rable James P. Carey, special. judge
presiding in this court, for th~e. rare
ability, uniform courtesy twud. comn
.mndcable patience with wh~i he has
presided over said coort, and for the
,remarkable dispatch oft business whbieb
hans ebaracterized hitt labors as its
Resolved fim they, That those roeo
lutions 1~e spreadion the mnitutes of
this court and, a copy thereof be sent
to Aaid Ronorable James P. Carey.
F. H. Weston,
D. W. Robinson,
2 toW Coneurnstion begins.
neumempton always begina with a
doug that lingers A cough thut hangs
n~ i ot yield to the usnal treaitment
, io mean consumption - but too
K4n t doofiea'i this dead destroyer
ned a fotin vpale's 0 o ui g h
feaseoy sucoeful ma chookinig the
firoitt and lung die aes
6osuradtion yields to its powrerfn.
44, ts neetI is began before fhel
a Is to dep p'eated.. Tlls modern
ogA r,~0lkills tihe germs ,that
psip ion Its repioves thle
~ OE~i4 hep nrtuno rebild thn brok~n
>~.te~~f y4t2 have s tubborte
i 19p01)a,~ 1*U~gir lxz-,: wit:
You can hardly find a home
without its Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Parents know what
it does for children: breaks
up a cold in a single night,
mwards off bronchitis, prevents[
pnieumonin., Physicians :ad
vise parcius.To keep it en hand.
children ut"hig coit *'anni 1.- ) erON."
Ayev'S Pilsn gm -.y alid ?! a chI erry
Pec'-: '-MM lm.ng - up n "clid
More Double Track.
Writing in The Raleigh Post o
yesterday, Mr. J. C Caddell fore
sees tlho tiUm when trains runnilto
botween Groonsboro aml Charlott<
wi.ll dash through. a continuom
city, and says that. the next iin
ty-nine-yoar leaso of the Norti
Carolina, Ruilroadi 7by the Sontheri
will call fbr Four 'tracks instead o
one. So, indeet.. it wili; and 0h
remiilds is of Ox-u agreeablo state
ment in the Washington corres
pondonco of' 'Th j Post of yestorda,
that a force of hands will tomor.
row begin grLding on tho doubli
track botwoon Greensboro an
High Point. .It. Is a coni tin ui[it
wonder how the Soutlivin Raiwai
oontrives to h andle so many trnins
Passenger and froignt, on a singli
track, betweon Groensboro and
Charlotte, with so few accideits,
and a continuing causo -of congrat
ulation to the alert :aud clear
headed train. dis;pate hors. The
Southern ii a greatt system, the
most. effective de'- velciper of th,
South, and it has- not, undertaken
its double trackingo u)Clicy too early.
Think of the vol.isti o' its trafliu
lity, oven twenity.ivo years frnom
now .-Oharlcott Observer.
"1n1 the spring of 1901 my childret
W. (CN'.ps, of Capps, Ala. "i. us,
mUostaatlsifaut ory rl ts~: I haeeu e
1or w blooping cIongb."' ThL'is remecdy keepj
the e~mghi los, i3Lessen) thie soi.orii,
ianitl lequnc~y of thute anghiing spoils an'
moniai. For aio by Pwkeens Drtug Ut
Oute of the greatest blessings at mod's
man1! canl wvish for 1isit good, rehiatlo se
of bowela. If you are unot the~ happ.,
possess~or of uch an outfttyoua can grua.
ly improve the eflicie'ncy of those yot
ha~ve biy the j udhoouses of Chiamuier
in's 8tomaca, and Liver 'Tablets. The
atre pleasant to take and agreeatulo in1 ei
rectL. .For salt ly Piecons Drug C.
Earle's Drug Store.
)'OTtc VI~OFr't Io. SET'1LTLMNT.
lI wili atp'1'y '. J1. B. Newbs ry, Uni
batoh Judge, for 'Pickens county, for t
finald settloemesnt 'of the estaito of Sua
Coley, A-cons.d, on the 31st daiy ol
May, 1905, and asek to be dlisissed i,
Adminitraor. WV. 0. Cooley,
May. 3, 1905~-4t. Adunmmist ator.
'ysiielp:ida or Inidigesititon.
The term "D~yspepsia" moans the lel
so pepsin -in the stomach. In. ig siti
if rightly usu( wheon OVO, tihe f-'odh is no
proplerl1y dig'sredt regard less of the" caiuse
It i' imrnaate'rial, whether you "all you
aliilmenIt D.ysp-'peia or Inidigesitionl whit
airo gui aYIan'teed to euro all forma c
stomaulush trouible, l'y a trial .foy
(price 25 ets.) anid hbe conviniced.
Mor Your Proetion
we plaIce this labe1Xl on every
packago of Scott's Emulsion.
Tihe man with a fish on his back
is our trade-mark, and it Is a
guarantee that Scott's Emul ii
slon wvill (do all that Is chlimedt
for it. Nothing better' for lung,
throat or b~ronlchial troubles it
infant or adult. Scott's El~f~
siln Is one of the greatest flesh
*builders known to the medical
We*11 send you a sample free.
300TT & DOWNE, 40* ear te*"
Are You Using ALLEN's FooT--EASE
Shako into youir shoes Alen's Foot-Fase
91o0 ures Corns, 1iunlgns, Pain fatuiimari
hk r(dfn. 6AMldrgit adS
By F RANK H.- SWEET
Ceptrighq~t, 190"p, hJFanil.Slct
Am they walked she told her co
Pan1iIoni of liew 4hmis. That very day
she had scured empiloyinent in ti
4blanketl. factory anl -would commllarece
work ,110 0lext Iuorning.
Six muoitli4 beftore sie had comit
hone it brolwit wrek-her iirhusbund re
eetily killed In a druiken brtwI, har
own life spoiled, as she thoughut, by the
1ti. ana it whom she 11 haw en wvar.:
d. u1t 1no11, wt ith relewein tiheaIltmnd
Cve.;o"Ittiol, she was; about: to colonelx
life algair., to 1)bul1( i1u) froimi Ile wireock,
H[alsteaui listened quietly unit il she flilt
islied, thien broke out:
"You know there alli't lo Ied fw.
It, Kitty. You know I've b)en waltini
for yOu to get :t rong so I c:mtld say
the a'.Iino th1:11g I did be rore -hefore yoI
11n0t himl. It dIdn'tsee Sc l. 1h41t to Iper
mutde n when you first etmuv, yor
w re 1 .k :II' tir.-d. Biut niowv
yout're St 'oniig agru an m' knioi v your owv
mind. An', tty"-his voilev tremblinf
In Spili of his eforts at: self' control
"I've been al lti!n' at good i y i:1
I've never felt to marry anybody else.'
Her hant1111d r'o': iImiItuouisly to s1t
"But yoiu m11t 0hin1k to marry some.
body els. lIa l'tead," she said earnest
ly. "Yotu're too good a 11111 to be
wasted that way. An' you must stop
tinin'Il of. m11;. for) 1t can't ever be aft
r'-ater1 what b gon" by. I ain't 1muc0,
blhut I o''thildir he so menn2 11as to harm
it man like that, Now. Halstead, pleas;e'
--toucehilg his Iarm as she saw the grlim
mv go oin feel0in' I've ruined your life.
Thelivre's NXelly Eot-up. She likes you,
Ilstenld Ifaughed alloud.
"No -Iue tlikin' that way, Kitty," ho
iltetri'up(ed. "I witiant you, tin3' i' I eIn't
have you how I'it willin' to waIt
awhile. When it gets too hard I shall
grab you up an' rui so fast ai' far
you won't he able to got breath1 to say
"I'n sorry. ]Ifistad." There ivere
teanrs li Kltly's eyes, but her volep was
"W.ILL~ YOU MAnnYI ME, HAnsTEAD)?"
hamperLt'i him1. It won't lie noi use for
you to 'iailt an' ask me3 again over"
* .) * * * * *
Tlhere wvas ineh(' sickntess in thle town
that fall-a malligunuit sp'ottedi fever,
highly (cntagl-.us- od onie by 0one the
)oLorer por tions1 of' ther t owni were put
liI steaid helped what h.le thought to be
a drinikeun man13 to his hiomie, iand the
next day the manil coa own with the
fever and within a week wa'is dead1(.
Withint an hour aifter Halsi1teadi heard
this lhe was on his way to the woods for
what he said was to bo ai few days'
C huntlting. InI reality it wals to waltch
One m in3g before people0 had begun
to appear on the streets lie staggeired
to the slalewailk ouitsl1e the f'ence- of 1h1.
SIater's homie, where Kitty hoarded.
"'ary! Oh, Mar! h131'le called. Then
waheni is- sister appea)Ored at the door:
"DIon'Lt come aniy nea'irer. YOu know'
thalt emipty' eahin up by the big r'ock
where we walk somietlimes?"
"WVel, I wiint you to senda somec food1
anud wvater there sooii's you can. 'e
got the fever. Walit," iaising hia voie
a little bitterly as she withd row hur'
rily~ inito the house. "There n 3' t ai
nite of danigeir tis far in iot for you 1101
te chliildren. I won't gi nearii te t':in
till you gel the thinii in,. so it'll he safte.
Ill stiny ofl' li t' wos 'a ouople of
hourS. Ihut pbleaise hurry'3, forL 1'm hi e
gInning to lose Sense of' thiinlg.."
"HalsiItend!":' It waus ai (uiet' hut per*.
emflptory3 voice fiomi nui upjer winow
H~alstead r'aised his eyes anid triled to
lix his ind 0on whatt lie saiw there0.
"'Kity, Kitty,'' he said dreinly,
"that you? Better go I an' shut theo
indiiow. Maybe'ii the wuind's blowin'
"Tinhstead," the voice siil iil5owly' andi
dlstinc'tly, "'can1 you go straight to the
enh)1) in b yourself?'"
"Course," indignantly, "straight's an
arrow. But I'll wait two hours."
"No," per'emptorily, "y3oul must go al
0once, straight. I wIll see0 abiot. thi
food an3' everytlhiig else. I'll have a
doctor there almost as soon n yot
are. An' I'll have a uurse. I'd maki
you come in here, but there's your ais
The "Lazy" Microbe.
A learned Profossor Ol~aimls 10 havt
discov'ered thlat "'Laz~iiness" is cause'd by
a gor' If the Emineut Doctor is r-ight.
Rydale's Liver Tablets onn righltly b)e
termedl Micr'obn Killers, boo usa they at.
wa1yS remiovo that fired, hazy, sluggish
feeling that has uisuolly been attribul ed
to a torpid liver or constp)ted howeis.
Rydahe's Liver Tablets are guaranted to
euro constipation and all Liver disorders.
? Thiey ar-e small, com3pr'essed choecolate
coated tablets, pleasant in effect. Reliable.
-Any dealer in our remedien will reoturna
onr money if vnnl nrahnot satisfid with
ter an' her children, an' there's chil
dren In both the next houses. So may.
be It wouldn't be best. Now go,
straight, straight to the cabin."
Halstead raised his hand to his fore.
head undeelded'y. But the voice had
been clear au incisive, and just now
it was easier for him to obey than to
think. So he nodded vaguely and stag
ge,red up the sidewalk. Kitty watched
him anxiously until she realized that lu
spite of his wavering steps lie was
heading toward the cabin. Then she
hurried downstairs. Mary met her at
"What (10 you mean, Kitty?" "he be
gan wildly. "You're not going up there
to him an' then come back to me anill
the children? Most everybody's died
of the fever so far."
"Thiat's tll right, Mary," answered
Kitty soothingly. "I'm not comit' back.
You wouldn't have Hldi.'eal be with
out a nu:'se, would you?"
"But everybody dies most, an' you'll
slre take it," reimon.Mrated Mary by.s.
Halstead did not die, but It wias mare
than three month:s before he was able
to leave his bed and totter across tile
cablin floor to a seat in the doorway.
There he sat for a long time! gasplig
for breath and gazing moodily at the
distalt mnounitain tops. Kitty nllie to
hin there after she had arranged his
bed and tidied the room.
"Doesn't it look good, Halsteaud ?"
Ile (dd not answer at once, but pres
eatnly turned to her with a dreary
"I-- I don't know as it does, Kitty,"
lie repiied. "You heard the doctor tell
me it would likely be six months he
fore I woild begin to do any work
an' that my eyes an' hearin' wouldn't
ever be quite so good- again. That's
just the same as if I was gettin' to be
an old man." He was sIlent for some
minutes, then added: "An' that ain't.
all, Kitty. It'll take every cent I've
got to pay the doctor. You see, before
you caie I never saved anything. I
didn't feel any- need. What I got I
spent to help M'ary anll' the (hildlren.
I've only been puttin' by the few
months you was here before I was
slek. What is it?" For she was now
standing by his side, hler hand upon
his shoulder, smiling down Into his
"Will you marry me, Ilalsteand ?"
lie gazed it her stupidly for a mo
ment, then his li) began to quiver.
"Don't, Kitty,'' was all he said.
"But I mean1 it, Hltistead," earnest
ly. "I said I would never marry a
man to hamper him, but I'm strong
nll' well now, an' you're weak, an' the
doctor says I enn get all the work I
w%'anlt nursin'. I can be makin' imoney
'while you're gettin' strong, an'," low
ering her voice a little. "1 believe I've
always loved you, Ial stead, always.
That-that other vas only a crazy
spell. Why, iHalstead!" her voice sud
denly catching and then breaking Into
For the tears were streaming down
ilalstead's face now. But he held out
An oflcal of one of the departments
of Washhigton says that while going to
his luI-hC')n 01ne af ternoon he saw a
sylvania avenue. .As the pageant pas
ed the Otli('iai was stanilg on the
curb, hat in hand1(, and1 noting with iu
terest the rev'ersedI arms, the flag drap
ed collin and the rider'less horse behind,
when some one touched him on the e'
bow and said(:
"I ho you'll excuse me, boss, but
would you mind tellin' mne whether the
dead soldier was anything to you?7"
"Why, 110," anslwered the omlal,
smiling in spite of' himself as lhe turned
and beheld a solemn looking old dar'ky
of perhaps sixty years of age.
"Excuse me again, boss," contInued
the negro, "but you kinder' hooked that
sorry'3 I thought amebbe hoe was some
thinig to you."
"Hie was a brtave0 sloh1ler," answered
the oflielaii .
The (darky said nothing for a moment.
Finally, with a sigh, he added:
"Wouiln't it be grand, boss, moturnin'
for a man l11ke that s'posin' lhe was
something to ydu?"-Harper's Weekly.
The Friendly OnIon.
The onion, whether young or old, is
a friend to mankind. It Is good for u
whole list of ailments. Now. that v'ery
fact ought to suggest that it contalus
someting stronger' thanii water. That
somethig Is a volatile oIl. It is called
an oIl because of its chemical composi
tlon, but no one seeIng tihe stuff in a
bottle would .Judge it to be an oil. It
Is salid to he "volatilo" not beause of
any innate wvickedness, but because
w~huen exposedl to the all' it passes away
in at state of vapor. if we eat it with
bread 01' some(t hing similar, all ia so
rene. If we think that It is impossible
to hav'e too inuch of a good thing and
that we oughdt not to adulterate it and
so eat of the on1ion more liberally than
wisely,. we may13 get a starter In the
shape1) of Indigest ion. In fact, the oil of
the onion will greatly irritate the stoum
achi, and it may set up a mIld liflam
flow birds know when to go and
which way to turn are things not yet
w~ell unlderstood becauise the flights are
at night and1( tihe great mnovemenits start
a lon~g tue before it Is really necessa
r'y for tihe bi'ds to go. They leave thleir
winter' homes1 (iperhaps in Mexico) wh'enf
there 1s no0 perceptible change in the
weather anld retu'n from their breed
ing grounds in most cases whbile their
food supply is at its very height-long
before it Is. cold or the grass and weed1
seeds and insects begin to got scarce,
I1nimany cases, teoo, the young birds of
tihe year, wilo have never left theit
homues before, lead the long procession
In 11ho great southwvard flight and are
followed later by their pa~tes-S,
Scholarship ani Entrance
'Tie exaulnation for tihe awar~d of vacant,
bhoba1r4hips in WI nthrop College ,and for the~
aidission or now stuiden ts will be held at the'
('0unty) Court Hous1e onl F'rlay, .Jiy 7th, at 9..
M!. A pplican1ts mulst niot he leusata lifteeni
ye'irs of ago. hien schoarshipa nyeO vacatged
aufter .Iuly 7,they will be awaurded to thie Imnak
lng the highest average ait t'is exainaultion,1
p'rovidecd tn ey) meet theO conlditions go'vermn~g
he awaurd. Ap pillts for scho'lardhlrs shonl
wvrite to P'resident Johnson before the examli
lntion for 5scholarship application blanks.
Scolarshmips aro worth 5100 and lfree tull'on
'The next'sessin will open September, 20, 190i.I
IFor further information arnd e'ataloguna rullress|
Pros, D. B. Johnsnn Ranle Hill, S C,
ould You Like o
N YOUR SUIT?
And get b;etter worknianship
and more style- than you've
been getting at high prices?
If you are that man, we ai e
the people you're looking for.
Our Stock is the Cream of Perfection.
Our Prices the Lowest Possible.
When you buy clothes here
you have the satisfaction of
knowing you have the best
your money can buy. Our
clothing from $5 up is guar
anteed. I the garment fades
or goes wrong in any way,
fetch it back and get your
money or a new suit.
We are showing some very nobby styles
this week, in men's and young men's single
and double breast, serge suits, $5.00 up.
Busy Bee H ive!
Look. For The Yellow Front. .A Greenville, S. C.
Trespass; Notice. I
t tohuni, 1li' cut timber miake' j 1i~ 3
''dJs, jiut Out fir.e, (or in any way
ha1tsouver, tresspass toI any way
p n an lands owvned or controlled
y ne, under penialty of the law,
W . M Ilb-sAllgood.
0. C. A ligood
P :chens S. 0. May 16 1905.
- .. ~See
All lHlnds and for all Prps.
2When in the Marhet 1<
ENGINES, 8ILERS, SAW iLT
WOODWORlKING MiACHINE11Y, a.8J
BR11CK MACHINERY, ETC.,
-WRITE T-- .
"THE MACHINERY FEOPLE"
*Gi~bs&Co.Bon Ton Millinery I-arlors.
.ZOLUMBIA, S. C.
r.-e Gbbs PortabeShigleMachine.:
ut Rate Shoe Shop! REVLE OT- AOIA
1 &rnV locat e iiste nloi'nh, G E N ILE '. . OU H C R LN
Iirli<r siOh imilding onMci astre b .....- ....
pi red to menud shoes and1( do all kinda o~
w ark ai leaithler. Prices low, and salis
I handle Gc rutvnn silver chi arma, unit.
hemn and -el them at1 25o each. Also
tity heme rona ty a rlr To the young main or old man about a suit
-oiqte; os a mp~ aken, in pay- of clothes. We *&~
'telto~ ntjiOdCU.Adrsgamn. Call and a
W. C. WILLIAMS, Pickens, S. C. TAWHTS.
'Alway Busy" LADIE~S' SAILORS...
rou . n o1:3 1 '.I &I i W hi t, andii block. 25. atnd 50(0 each. C hildlren's,
-I 1.I~ I tu ae a and lad ie. sup; por ; nicO at'd (cheap.
Your peatron:.g a I 3j~ i 1. - 14 ~v
0. iF. Pace. i
C.CR AG BROS ONRICC.SUA,
f Yo aenny.