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1E PICKINS SENTINEUJOUR
Eutored April 23, 1903 tit Pickens' S. C., as second class matter; under act of Congress of -March 3, 1879.
PICKFN59 SOUTH CAROLIENA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1905.
CHANGES AT MILL,
All the Fea From a Thriving Mill Tow
After a silonceo of several weok
we again take our seat to cha
with the correspondeits, the readl
era in geoeral, the editor, the com.
Positors, the (levil ot. al.
No excuse for our silence ol
the lack of news.
General Green hts beenl the top.
ic of the day over sinco he first
made his :plwaparnee this sea1son.
He i, ,o woll kuowi by all agos
and sizos Lhat he nood no intro
ductioln . lowivr, wo nro here
to tell the readers that the farm,
OrS of this sectionl llave the get-up
and-got about them and that they
have comiored that oimy and
have its fi!e crops as can be found
in tho county taling them as a
whole. Mi, Will Maddox has the
brag cotton on Capt. Garrett'8
pIapo near Norris. Will is agood
Black hrrios are getting ripe and
new (lour iii sight and wo are as
sauey as a bird in a service triie.
Born unto Air. and Mrs. Jol
Riley, reccently a ftine girl.
Mr. Will Maulin who clerks in
the CompIny store at this place iE
con fine id to his room with typhoid
fever. Ie has been very low but
we are glad to report that he is im.
proving. his father and brother
of Lavonia, Ga. are by his bedside,
Dr. Woodruff, former citizen of
Woodruff is located here. IHe
seems to ho quite a prormisimg
Several from this place went on
Ihn OX0Lurs-6ion1 to Chals0itOnI last
week. 'Tritv report a nice time.
''Uncle" Peter G i1strap (lied at
the residence of his son, Sherman
Gilstrnp, one day last week, from
dropsy. Decoased was about 77
years of age and leaves a wife just
eight (ays his junior. le also
leaves eight children, three boys
and five girls all of whom are liv
ing together with 41 grand chil.
dren. '"Uncle'' Peter was the firsw
member ot his largo family to die
ilis reailins were laid to rest ai
Liborty cenetery, the fureral ser
vice beIlng coiducted by Rev. W.
N , Mounitain Gir, wo have nol
heen lighting Genteral G re; like
Betsey and the bear, we have ber
lying under thle shlado oif a tret
while othe r~s cuti our li tile " dab'
of rusty wheatI. Before the rudi
strniek ouir wvheat. we had a not ioi
of mrarying pro."vide~l we got
chanice but sinrce wo have han i
ocit wi have doeli ned the idea,
Bless your soul "O~d Riddle" i
you saw us wihren youii said it m~usI
haive beein beforoe 1 usiit struck
our wheat. Now, we must tell 01
r Old Riddlo. " We r'emombeflr lbei
heing at Cat (ealhee mighty wel1
and1( was at the li very stable whet
the young man11 came aftter tUb
buggy to carry lie home. Whr
lhe camne batck ho w as s) melsmer~l
ized thaft lhe coudld iot find theo st i.
blos amd took the buggy to the0 ho
tel. Rumor himas it that ho asket
if that~ was a barbor shop. B
(T1he abovo waIs er'owd'd onl
last week )
Again your11 humble scribe w il
aittemipt to lot the many readilrs (o
t'it Sentiinel-Journal ii hear' fr'o
this side of the counity.
Lik~e all other Ecli 11s we havy
hr d 0ur qujiota of grast bu th1, i
farmers have theirI crIops5 abo)u
Messrs Wdl IMaddox arnd Jo
Mauld(1in have the brmag cotton
.this section. -IThey are both goo'
Well, tIho thri esh hias Ib ei
aroundl and( we have our litti
"dab' of whe it readly for the ill
SinailI grain turneId out sorr
boing damaged by rus-t.
Dr. .Justico, anid wyifeii rern(
last T1hursday from an extendel
visit to Western North Jairolino
Mr's. Ti. M. Noris retrned ham
aist week from a visit to fr'iend
ir. Alvin G rant ,had1( the miE
govrtuno to lose his left foro finge
The opportunity of
The Secret of our Success
is that we are daily watching for bargains that ve
can give the people at prices that they appreciate.
Now we have it for you.
Down in a Southern city we bought a complete
and up-to-date stock of bankrupt goods at about one
half the manufacturers cost and we have decided that
our customers shall have the benefit of this purchase,
and they go on sale at about one-half their actual
value. This is no old out of date stuff, but brand new
goods, bought for the spring trade for a city of about
50,000 inhabitants, and the style and quality of these
goods is perfect. The goods are now on sale
and will last until they are all sold. We
haven't space to quote many prices but only give you
an idea of the great values of this sale. Get ready
and take advantage of this sale, for they won't last long.
Superb line of Shirts
This is one of the prettiest line of Shirts in the
state, and for style and fit they can't be beat. They
are the output of the leading factories of the United
States and to move them quick we have put the price on
$i.5o Shirts for................$ i.oo
$i .oo Shirts for....................... 75
75 Shirts for..............7 50
50 Shirts for...................... 38
in the gearing of ti Norris Cotton FIGH
Mills. 1LQUOR had
The Luici show was the attrac
tion at this place last Thursday wcr
night. A bear, some goats and and
dogs, several dark complected wo.,
men and boys, one white man and Mandamus t0 Force Board to t
a drum constituted the outfit. Open the Pickens Shop, app
Any one having a littlo surplus dee
cash on hand can always find a W wa1
treasury like that ini which to de-' ELECTION W AS lILEAL. wu
posit it. Ik
Rumor has it that the superin.
tendent of the Norris cotton mill W. Boyd Evans Engineers Movement a
n ill resign the 15th of July to take to Restrain Authorities From
charge of a mill at ryjon, Ga. I Closing the Dispensary. di
More money causes the change. It (Colu'mbin, Junne 24.-WV. Boyd tic
is not knIown yet who will take Mr. Evains who today s'Clere the or. .
Thompson's place hoee der from Chief Jusntico Pope for the COn)
Missos Gladys and Minmie Lee Stato board to show cause on July tur
finckabee are visiting at Lounds. 5 w~hy a muanda~mus shoul1 1 not bede
vil lo. irsued rcquiing them to open and b
Miss Lola WVhitmnire, a charming opeCrato the Pickens dispensary pm
young lady of Norris visited Senie- said he~ was employed by citizens of C )1
'a last week. 1Pickens c:ounty. Ite went on to e
Mr. WVill Garvin, engineer on say: P
the Soulthern, visited his fa ther-in-. "I will s iv in connection withwl
law, Capt. WVhiton of Norris last this case that I have been emiploy- thi
w e itl nd10)0Or ed by .J. Samuel Wilson , of Pick
M isesCaptol an Irne ar-ens county, wvho is one of the lar-ti
vin of Seneca, visited Capt. Whi- gest land owners and taxpayers in sis
te' last Sun day. the conty, and also hy other cii- th
Mr. Jay Robinson of Pickens, is izens in Pickens county who favor 9"
visiting his f ather, T.\ C. Robinson the dispensary law, and who are
l0sq., of Norris this week. wilhng to have a fair content made 'I
Mr. James AleXander ot'Greers as to whether the dispensary shall (t*
Iwas in towni last Thursday. It is romain in Pickens or not, but they abl
fwhisparedl that lie has the super- are not willing to see it voted ou$ ica
Iintendency of the Norris Cotton on the pretense of such an ejection Ica
Mill in consideratioti. ~ 11s was held ablout a month ago. al
Mr. Alexander is no stranger to They did not deem that the elec. taIh
e most of the people here as ho used t'in was legal and for that reason 0%
I to be the boss wveaver at Easley. the counity board kept the dispen- tie>
Mr. WVill Mauldin who has beun sairy Open for nearly a month after 8th
a very low with typhoid fover, is the election was held and then its
Iiat Lavonia, Ga., for a rest of' a closed it because they received what
Ifew wce'<s duration after wvhich h) they conidolfred insetructions from an~
will return to his former position) Governor Heyward to close it.,
in the Company store. They have since arrived at the con
Wake up correspondents and lot clusion that Governor Heyward Pil
us make this a lively paper, D~on't has no authority to order them to
let it get disinteresting because; closo the dlispensary, but in order
the contest is over and. "Uncle Ito properly test the matter they En
IZo" is gone., have takon this course. I was in
There will he an all day singing, formed while in Pickens that thebo
at Oateechee church on the third supervisor of tihe coautty orderedma
r Sunday in July heginning at 9 a. jthis election on the su1position sto
8 nm. Prof. Weams and all lovers ofj that it wvas at tho request of one. 25
music invited. A promiinent Ifourth of the qualified voters of AVE
-speaker will be present to address Ithe county, when the petition had a
r the audience about 11:80 a. m. , names on it f7om Greenville coun. ("
PT-BU T NOT
a life-time-4he greatest sal
In the lot there art about 800 paire of Pants of all kinde, stouts,
slims and regt:lats, and they won't last long at the price.
$6.oo Pants at only $4.00.
5.00 Pants at only 3.50.
4.00 Pants at only 2.98.
3.50 Pan , at only 2.50.
2.00 Pant at only 1-50.
1.50 Panth at only i.oo.
1.25 Pants at only go.
t.oo Pants at only 78.
You will niss iv bargain if you fail to get a pair of theso pants.
Big lot of Collars worth 15c togoat iocor 3 for 25c.
25c Socks for I5c. 15c Socks for roc.
35c and 50c Socks for 25c.
Nice line of 5oc ties to go at 25c and 38c.
Silk string ties 1 5c, or 2 for 25c.
25c all Linen Handkerchiefs only 5c.
ioc Handkerchiefs only 5c.
5c Handkerchiefs only 3c.
In this kale wie havo about fifteen hundred pairs of moen's and
ladies' Shots and Oxfords, ranging in price from $t 00 to $5.00
per pair. These shoes are made by the leading manufacturers of
the United States, and the sizes and styles are perfect.
$4.50 and $5.00 Shoes at $3.50
3-50 and 4.00 Shoes at 2.85.
3.oo and 3.50 Shoes at 2.00.
3.50 and 4.00 Oxfords 2.50.
1-75 Shoes at $1.25
i.50 Shoes at 1.oo.
1.oo Shoes at 75
a.LEADERS IN LOW PRICES-.
nd other places and men who R. F. 0. No. 3.
only been in the county for a XolI, I am awfully nervom ar
days. Some of the petitions too much work to do to try
3 compared by county auditor write much.
found that the men on the pe- Crops are good in this socti(
)n were not registered voters, but the peole need rest after sni
managers of election were ever a struggle with the grass, but i
iAnted neither was the election will soon ba through work and a
arod; the registration book miking out some better since ti
not Jept at the poll to see ad hav co- in.
it.her the men who voted were MrOwwhtikepnyo
tI votara or not. qit ormn red ft
1 wvas further told by a mer- scinwudh ldt orF
~ensar was c'Se~i p thatthe Re . . Ma.l No.l hi.
ta te cunt hadgon upGroelam Safuay anervouena
tendtha th uc ofthoo tsoo much wotrka ter o tnot
which thiopslareionwas heltiD.sectic
bnosiut ndi sm Mter Depl Lnd pet aftru
1)05 totakeit o th Sure a stgee with sthegra, but. A
itwito soon haethrough"worktand a
L'lo tate oardhas tken atdeMis heae com ch in. t
Mr.tOwl what it. keepoting yodyngta h ome uf
atevr t dowiththema egcntho ol er gla D o hdearfr
nt i cldncse th isethpou throug the entihadournbba
ensary wastcltsedaupatat te rrdev.r J.Snay thate hisre
sofnthe board, ad tone coip forv ad onSalfurandsund
tond. tvlhave atof hl fagsa day Harvftrg iser oft oter mot
is knowsith.-renrie Nell, n-oudse s er themagmntlf ro
w$ich IiE eletio was witd D. u aEdens. a' psel~0
'nconeadertiofa anditis myllb Miste D. GjLynch ispn sic
-pse to leakenitht theisa Suem 01 kwthhsmohr10sA
adedtoiseast'se pncehs" ei Cthiritin. W oesowl
ooeution hall its stasd nthatig
atever tolls wari thre ittheor;wl na hr ie
iot i curd not kownet the den.. Cn rolspntS
yoia adithae reitrs a maslttrl for foilo ih isE
t ontey doard, and th e on
tofnth ise ave tood ivngte toWe h hd sere o ei
is sition.--Grldinvillte Nw yD.sgs e if ils o
litonandasistngnatrein oigoda y tihe atlhoo m of ho
wor. 'itel~rpre~oK hve o groadfthe 1ri'W.5 o t. edes;
y ote On hndrd ollrsforaz foralyo thne mnd.y th . wIh
old b all[iruglits 'A'o ~ Har0vsting i.s abd out oaver butay ti
roads aro sosbadIJfear thothrolh
$100l~ REWARD otin $100e. wtotara la aehe
'e riask othii ap will bE M oaGllots .Tr~i aepi it s sickh
uafed Oi Lanimattenei t, beas oe Dithasf~ pracig"wi
ded dises grat sece yos gee thiscriing.hi ferolerae wi l deI
Sor ur o i allitIs staesad S tat, diswel , hot timrobed eo l
1ksitivo cure faw lykndown youth nd ofs Ca nrll nesp i ien htru
fal: sase reqitbore, costtutmony aliterent oow an svra tn
enS intnll, ating.iecl upon sbigonob'ct nilIh
bivd ndsnuou srfaesofto (se letrc ftor. cto.udr
Otm terebyg deNstryn OTheAfouda Whe the odyta ii clhreedan o aci
tq strnt yO buildin up th' ~on- li abo th, bloo toda heamt onred
utton and assistra,.Iion natomn doi t ob y *aruoo
Aoh faihn i t uativepowtes, ata fGIrmeso h ls n uce;t
i cs, thtitfil o u Sen frPens rg o., 25o cents
Pickens ever knew.
In order to make this sale interesting for the
ladies we are offering some special bargains in
Wh'te Goods, Silks and Millinery,
All 7 1-2c \Vhite Goods to go at 5c.
All ioc White Goods to go at 7 !-2C.
All T6 2-3C White Goods to go at 1:2 1 -2C.
One lot j6 1-2C, 20C, 25c and 35c White Goods to
go at 15c.
Onle lot 35c Champ. col. to go at 25c.
Pino Crepe, all shadcs, 25c and 35c, to go at 19c.
lIig drive in all wool Batiste, only a few colors
grey, tan, old rose--from 65c to 35c.
We haven't space to (Iiote more prices, but the
scalping knife has cut deep.
Millillr' xod~ C1it inl Half.
This is one o the biggest millinery seasons that
we have ever had, and we feel very grateful for your
patrone in this department. As we have closied our
eyes to profit we give you the remnant stock at your
own price. We appreciate your business, cash or
credit, and will spare no pains to please you.
UALLS Hair Renewer
Always restores color to gray hair, all the dark, rich color It used
on to have. The hair stops falling, grows long and heavy, and all
h dandruff disappears. An elegant dressing." "Tx .adi".'N
FATHE R'S I
m to him family is to keep himn.
.I. metwegl an trnu"g%. "e
g yourf ure we an trn at
higo kiney d ofea er
rj,. G~et well by taking
hs DR. McGEE'S DACEACHE
AND KIDNEY CUBE,
cure it doeuux't do wha ""'w
r Sodan retorme nded by icknsurugCo
deop1hi tneril 'sm swL~Rtoc sn wi
ease.test Bargsin Givetse
rdThel New tdybyorkSa.age Co
Tnis tetir tour ofCrtigHts-n'
Fita.Ounshinga bottle. mutbesld :::
Sae Stats Wednea, Juneld 4,
9 The NeMY. Salvsg0eay Co
M hi Sntir sCk oA Cig Hats Gent's
SMoney Ret unded if you are
not per tectly pleased with
'R. R. Fare paid on purchases of $25.00 o vr
Watchi Por The Big Red Sign.
D~I ii. E~NDEL'S STAND
.The Globe Clothing Hlouse--120 S. Main Street.
B' Respect fully, RFENIIS.C
SITHE NFIW YORIC SALVAOE CO~ A