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P UB .IUHD EVER1Y WEDNU4DAY MORNING.
The Sentinel-Journal Company.
THOMPSON & RIonIEY, '1ops.
J. U. 0. THOMPSON, ED'roN.
ubscriptioU $1.00 Per Auumm.
Advertising Rates Reasonable.
Entered at Piokens iostotleo as seconid Claitn
PICK ENS, S. C. a
Wednesday, June 28, 1905.
A TROLLEY LINE.
Will Pickens Pull for It?
A compaily ban been organizoil in
North Carolina to const ruct, a trolley
line from AshIevillo thrtol'21h Heider.
son and Rutherford counltio..i to Try
on in Polk county with a branchi to
GaI~uey, H. C.
W. A. Smith, a leading hawyer and
promoter of lendersionvilin IN prosi
dent and F. M. Strnto a wealthy
capitilist from (leveland, Ohio, is
vice presidout. of .ho company and
as 10 per cent of the stock is paid in
the 11road is all asalred fact.
Thero is also a movement on foot.
to build a road fIrom Easloy ,o An)
derson, S. C. By connecting thes,
two roads14 witi a line from Tryon to
Pickens and using the Pickelns rtil.
road to Easley it woiild be (he finest
trolley lino ystemi ill tlhe So. ttherin
Tt could not fail to be i pa.ig inl
vontlent a, it wotilt Shtton by
many miles the distance from Fori
(Ia and 11he South to Ashevillt., th
Sapphire country and ill the resorts
of the mounilil couniltry, ,avoiding
tle hetvy grade oi S-uit I llit.ain.
Ai feeders it woubtl have railtoad
Colnet-(ions l at Afslieville, ildersoln
Ville, Tryon, EHasley and Aniderson.
Traversing the Pii Nem onit i nd Thr.
mal b1)lls it wol.1 ,i velop the fiust
fruit growing 'sc'i)o- of the C(arloh
nas. M illions I f, t of virgin timber
lineo the route whi-l. mliagnifiteonit wi
tor powvrs al wit.ting their (iergls
at Broad river, (reenm) river, 1111111m
wailgor1g B n id L it)l) Tiger, Salidi,
Twelvo lie aill of~her sras
It touches at lrtge!() no jumlbri of li iv
* ag towns and v'illoges in~ th richost
sections of the iwo stes. It ing
theo mauilfacftnring towns of' the
Sotu(th in touchithi WiIiIli th agrurale ( ii
anid fruit groinitg counities of thie
mountains atnd aIs a seeme i
wounld be unalualleiild, .11 iiie
scenery Canl oii Oto il
R~oki - on nto h
. han Chilmney 1ItookI and14
4 1~Piocns countfy would hia benefit
ed to a groater extent thtan any13 other
alotng thle proposed line as it; would
19orth, East, Sth tI andlt W\estid
bring thloIusanids of visitoers within
bohr borders, maitny of whmui wxould
become ptermanen t citi.ies; it would
bring capital hero to develop: te
powe wasted inl our1 sreamsfl, it
would biring mnaetu~~rinig eniter
pries heo to use0 thle raw inutltriial
IIta is lyjig withIini ny roebe; it
wv mid bringf the fenit gr miva* aml) the.
stcoek raiser to devlop~j 1 bee v irgin
fields and barlrenl hillsidles into richi,
fertilo and maiignlificut otrchall in tand
farmne; it wonl bimag thle health
seeker. who woul help to delvelop
natulre's saniitai um to its hlightsat do
glro( ; anid miaiuatrintg etercprises,
dwellings and hotels woul1 d (lot, this
God-favored landit of the Piedmont
liy 11 all mans hot'a try to bring the
lin~e to Poen(I.
NOT AS BAD AS PAINTED.
The P'ackonsi Ai'ispensery n. as lo1
tea Monlday. We e.xpect to hlear seen
of te dru~g stores, if thieie aire aniy
at Pieckens sollinig Malt and1 Jaimaien
giniger' as beverages, just as they did
in Gal~hoy.--Ocono News.
A great manuty ties ai peCrson
judges others by hiimself, atti ib'uting
to otherts mo'tiveQ or deeds that they
wvould be guilty of the~mselves .if
placed in similar cironmstances.
Th Oconon News~ DOES NOr EXPF.CT
'J 1I 'L~I sooN of anyl3 erooked work (or
any violation in thio way of crooked
"tdrug" selling by any' of the drug
giets not only of thlis town but of ain3
towin iin the county. "T1hey ar e not
built (tat way." There are other
meldicines, drugs 16n4 alemicals that
good money can lie inado ouLof by
"running theeblockade," but they are
moral, hightoved ~enleien, ybo
'1' (- ~ h ave s worn allegiaiic6; UIO h inte o
t .e 1an:~and theoy it1 not ilotihe
lai for flb lagre, of cl
44 'A e9* a Wd
Do you like youi thiun, rougl,
short hair? Of cotirse you
don't. Do y ou like thick,
heavy, smooth hutiir? Of
course you do. 'Ihen why
ot be plcased? Ayer's iair
Vigor mankcs beau ifulI heads
of hi air, that's the whole
story. Sold for 00 yearis.
I 1 l1nvo I:ws0 A yer".'- I10,11 ora nu
tilled-. 11 1' . il . ;aa o l ' - L it i t i'
te t r v i :.; !: 11 1;;# 1- t-r :oii e : - :4, sit
Usk. salim tha;1. 1,ro* in-:.: s osa ie l :.
Sir ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I -1.lb... .A Ist C(.
A CA USE FOR LIBEL.
Prof. J. L. Mann ind his )oly
I ido of Florete spent last wook at
the hiom of his father, liev. (. 1).
Mann, of West Union. -This week
t11ey 1r0 at Clemson College, Prof.
MaNii being ono of to insl ructors
ill 111C. 8tumer t l. --Ocome
Wit Mr0 sur11prised1 at the editor. (d
tlie Ootone Nows. I'e never emaw a
'hoy ," "serawy," "gawky'" or
"gly" bride in his life. W tarte
afraid1~1I8 i 1h ap11 s pkn i.-,
-lit uil bo tho result. If Prof
\lnItIIo is of Iho right Imaot'l ho %%ila
tftribtlo it to the printur and altow
if to Iniss pronlounling" th10 word
just a though it, 11d two "n''s" ill it,
whieb word wi intended to be used,
Fight May not Yet be Settled.
A good deali of latowut force hrs
been-aiwakenied in Plekens counlty, it
is satid, sinlce t1:0 dispen'sary hals beenl
aboliild, ani1d it is 1uillored thatfi an
attemIlpt to havo (the dispensary Ye.
ilpenled Vill be riadtle.
A piominnt. Picenlois aititorn.y has18
been1 coniultekd about the inat ter aId
Coutity Audtor E. it. Keith 111
nritten to (irma Evain of (ho
S 1Ita board, sutggesting [hat. t h ele.
tioll vas ordeind oi n1111 iniaekquattlo
petition, .o he qest.ionl ar-ises "Canl
lnot the 81bito board be c-oitp-lled to
soill to ieo l'tekenis dlisptnsary0 t
groun td thiat the recei itect ion was
mot~t will be wa3tched( wit~h
-(est.-(Greenlvillo, l'ornld], 2tt
,1. P. Carey andt C. EA. Iatiinsont
airo looking it er I th itorests of the
whenr Lthey 00r i -lwla d, if Lihe casea
goes to cnort and is tried by the lauw
governintg suchl case's.
An Economic Proposition.
A loca! neUwspape~r r-is thRIle buii
neOss initerests of I th 1)tow itn its ad
vti initg (',11 nn. A b utsia( in a n
loo~kinlg forl ai hllcatiolnitWS always eximines
lin itts- repr'estedLo. If ho is ai dru1g
gist rin).1 lhtids 11on1o tdveti'initg le
'onlu iles thero e ro o rmisi s, 0r,
if thetre ar.', Ithey aro all deadt. If het
is ia doelIor or1 a lawnv r hit li)al-I on r*
1the profess~~.i'tnai card8 t) I stee if he,:
professiionl is reQpresc(iu tt d. Amlioiig
theo farmer s ubier.ber('s3 te home11
to comeand ii tra~de with Ithe merchaulnts
A card of profeIssionlt men3) is juti-I as
ostiat l as thte sign ill froit of his~
door. .it is not a qtue.stion (If bein g
ware0 man1 need5 tnt bleat his store to
kiop Lihitngs fromu fro(zinlg. HeT mlight~
: ii skatng rin k, andt do au lot of b usi.
1(ess itnsteadl t ofupainig ret a t ist.
>uit it might not be oc nmy to do so. t
Wo.i~rtising!. is not a luxury but rathter I
Un oconIomic proposition rco,.inized bi
>usiness mni tho world ov'or. i
Thue "'Lazy"' M4icrohw.
A lernied Pro'tfoss'or olaims to hazvo
iscoverod thatt "t~Laziness8is 18CaIIn1 by
gorm-w If thle EmiutL Doctor is rigt,
lydalie's Lliver Tabullet~s (can rightly bo b)
ermtied M iorb Killersk, bee ttnse they tal- 13
0 aI torpid liver' or' consti))itd bowels. oh
~ydlo's Livor Tablet aro' tInariimtreed to ,
['hoy airo smtall, coti ressed ohocolato C(
IOttd8 tablets-, plactsant int ffet. Rloliable. b
~uny dealer ini our rmedies will return
oeur mxoneoy if yout are not tuisfied with
beso tab3)IltS. 10 tablet't 2i ets.
Spartanburg's Dispensary Fight.
The Spartatiburg Herald telle as
follows of how thea prohibiLionits in
Slartat burg county have gone to
"The anti dispensary workers have
i3umpleted the work of copying the
entire list of registeriid voterr from
tie books of the suptrvitor of regis.
tration at, tho coirt house. E ight
'housand nanaes bave boon recorded,
Ind this does not includo the' two
bonsand City voters.
"Bogi taning within the tnxt day or
Lwo copies of the lit will be sent to
bo seveity.two proncts or tile catnn
y tor revisioni, titid %%ill Ie placed in
heo 111nd of the 1,00po wit' lro fami
iar with the Oftairo lien it cones to
"As sEon- ts thes lists are revised
by precitct and rot urned, the correct.
ed list will be compaied with the
list of 20(;00 unimen alrady(d sterd
[s desiring an electioln of the disl.en
BarY CjIobtion. Thion the prohibi
tionlists and others opposed to t1ho calif -
p0nsr1iy will :.3 esent Iltjir petition to
the counly tonpervisor.
"Thoso who art, activoly engaged
in this inti-dispensary movetent are
surpriied at the ecndition in whieh
11(I registration books ill the biggest.
whilo votinig coitity in Sonth Can -
lina are kept. None of the officers
cln, tei the number of registered
voers, 11(1 110 attempt has beein made
to keep tip with tho removalti.
"It will be readily seon), owvver,
thait, with thle lists rovi-sed precinctA 1-y
precincl, and effective work for pro
hibition carrid on tit the sane tie,
Ilho one-foutf h or over oif qtfied
otlers se cur(ld, will b3 hliibles, aind
whenl this petition is presented, the
matter will be np to the supervisar
to order te i lection.''
Pickens County Teachers at State
Miss Leilt .lallentine, Central.
MIss Eniuril 3. Allen, Cont rail.
-1l i s Con)rs Allen, Contral.
Mies Mlinnio L. Merritt, Easloy.
MJiss Josio Boggs, Easley.
Mliss Berta Jonos, Contral No 2.
M11 iss Conmio Lawrence, ('alhoun.
Mr. A. B Stalvoyv, Central.
Mr. J. P'. Dendy, Norris.
Miss Lila Folger, Central.
Ml iss ( irace Clayton. On tral.
Miss D. (. Nowto V1)1a.1
derson, PiEkons. .
Mre. FloaE Lae, Pickehis.
Mr. iJ. A.1) StIoddardai, Liberty.
Miss Ama,N~C Wiggiton, Ele'y.
Miss Mary WiggNgton, iEa.
Mr. W. T. EaIuri le 11 ik, Ceocra .
M".liss Joilo Earletre Pickens.
2diiss M'ta MClanaan, oioiy.
Mtis's aIe M anhn, LiertyNo1
Mliss Mary W.e Neon, Pick ey
Misns iftai flayon Miuntra(l. tal
MIis ( Jtnnio~ llosond, Easety
MIiss 0C)3a La. Boweni, Pickets.
MIisis (Oreta G~aines, Cen1tal.
MIr. J. Frank W illiamis, EasIl-y
Mrs. O. N. Evaftt, Littert~y.
Mr. linfrd- (Croneha w, CetraItl.
is Mar tiio F'olgeru, Picka us.
MIiss Ada (Gillsir-)(, I'icko zs.
Upj to FrIiday muorninlg thero wvere
16:[2 (Canhters hero. Btktween3 500O anzd
( will b her~te beforo M~oitny.
WV. E. DEny.
Card of Thanks.
able paper0k to etxpr'eiss our heartfelt
banuks to our neighbors'anld friends
ir .heirt k indnessu and1( help d urintg
'te sicknessi and( death of 01ur deatr
tIlo dantighter Maittio. Ma y loving
eatst comtfort yon in all your trials
3ronIAh life and1( God~'s ri(chest bless-.
tg ev~er reast upon3 you all.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D) Garvin,
All-Day Singing at Antioch.
IH.I, P. 0., Jutno 17--There will
> an3 all-~day sinigin~g at, Aniuo
apjtis#t chmurch the second Sunday in
dly. Prof. J1. L. Malphiree and
her prominent leaders will be
eent. Everybody is inlvited to
me with song books and wvell-flled4
skot4 and be prepared to stay all
iy aid have a good t~ime.
The Libdrty 'owynab1lp Singing.
.ssociatiop a-it1. /meet with Flat
ook Baptst ~hurob, abogti four
tes soulh of. LibetLy; on the fies6
d n10 y 1v'5 il.:~A lovers of musIo
/ on n
SM FOOLED into buyin
o use for because the stor
N ' cost to m inufacture tIn.
that is "1the best for the money," or that the stock
After all, wh'en you've looked around and compared,- do
buy real bargains every day in the year? We're doing
"We've got the abilities to back up de crow." Our I
dence of the people, and it is our desire t'o maintain thi
the so-called bargain-givers. We have no brass band oi
A WORD ABOUT
We're sole agonts for Fechenmer-Fischel Co.'s High
Orade Clothing, which, in our opinion, is the best line of
high grado clothing in Greenville. We are also sole agents
foir tlev A:oo Rvmlem Olothea, and have been asked by
Messrs. Strauso & Brothers and their represontativo to take
the ageicy for their line for Greenville. We have somo of
Striuse & Bros. Clothing in stock, and, by the way, they are
not old, out of-date goods, as one of our competitors told
you, but this season's goods.
We've Gone Through the Stock
And mairked every piece of Clothing down to a fraction of
cost. Think of wh-it it means I Our prices were already as
low as5 any of onr competitors' sale prices, "or at least the
trade say so." Take 20 and 25 per cent more off and you
have the price we now ask for your choice of outr stock .
Just to show you we have a bargnin in Clothing that is un
iatclable, we have culled out the
st ok and marked our $4, $5 and $6
Suits in odd lots at one uniform
price of . . . . . . 2 .9
Another lot of Men's and Young Men's Fancy Homespun and
Cassimer Suits (our regular five and
six dollar suits)-they go on sale for,
your choice , . . . .
Still another lot of staplo black and
blue choviots and black sprge suits,
sold in the sales at $6 50-go on'
sale at . - - . .
Look for the
110 and .1.12 N. MV~aini Street.
To Colored Teachers. ~ ~ ~ iMao ~~gto~
Thle sununer school for negro teach- 'i em"yppi"ih~lStmle
'ra will be held nt Eas-y, S. 0., corn- oPP1'i (le toui. Inig ti'i
inoneing .July 17 and continuing for two'f gtlusdwenvetifodino
av-eks, with J1. 2. Simpson as insituctor. ~oo~dgRo eadeso i"cue
By order of 0. 13. Martin. State Supt. of aletDsesao nieto l'
EdAuontion. R. T. HAL LUM, Bdl" tnni a'esaeue.'it
Ilotlier (Orny'sa Sweet Powdere for Ohtidre'stoicitobe ~yati hx
tiecesfully~ utt" by Mother Giray, nturse ini th pie25eo)i'~ ecovu~
-huiten'si linio in New York, Uumre ferishm
mss tid stotnachm, T'ecting DI)sorder, sueve
hie bo'westi estie roy wogrms. Over 30,000 tex~
hueo,41.is. 'hoy never fail. At all truis~ ente AIeKn o lr lasOuh
Dyspeps\ or Indgeatuon
C A ST O R I o poin it ingo 1estomach eIdigston
ThefKindYoulyaveslwayswhughtve th foo i o
A ni~poperl daistedy regarlss of th~e caut'se.
Bears the ,.~"It for whima*teri whir.,y cal or
an' ieq Desi or ~eii Iudige s tiwr
One f te gratet bessigs re guorantee tor s re all forme s i of
aii a ihfri od eibestomE&reaht . tore. ByatilBx
ly imrove he ellojeoy o thos(you 'ew25 ci.)~o av. beined.h
hav b te udejus seofChmbr-chta ins A cr-.gt ..
lains Stmuact an Livi' Tblet. e arsd il the lo Kind Yot aolwy Boghtme
>V lu~~n to tfree AdarcAl in of-tlyoeniue~eupii u o
etFor Inats and hidren rg. otni o~ iCItti 11( isr
Thaie' Kindg Yoae. Alay Bghas i'd~ otn ~'aes( ig
Sg aturee fet.pzors fthotcllngdi'eo
Oe lofl t rees blssng toarmdsteEvi oeurlti yldtotspwf
manh c'au wih u. fo r is tood, rile setl8f~'i o epsae. ''i ct
ii'tclfi wly.I yomuttd l har not the i~l haeppy e edhll h gre it
posessor ofi iluch an10( otisoig youck- reat-uifpiil tsrmve
ly improve the orld no of. betos y inough iy]yacsCuhEiii ii
hae thcen judiiu uso~ of nothamber-~. '4l
ChnsSomon icendbes. FooSm ll
Plaspsntte ak wagrnbeing aof-eouhik
fet F rebickensal rolr. a ratydcie
unti'lDru to bodywns.hn.- ouhv
good res toas ro onsweaehe.t
pet a ynn dahighes ie. foern tebus,, ml
welePayn nnwi Tell your riendbrha ri
*tirqyuly njre gooud, whieb
heaet e wou llan stoced i h jrslifbre.et
nt nthemwl f' b rond for ag les
V~opn 0ASI -ghE
%lot of old, out-of-date goods that y6u'really hvt
that sells them says they are going at less th:anl I.
Nothing. is easier than to say of this or that thing.
is bigger. Do you believe everything you read ?
n't y6u find, Mr. Reader, that right here is the place to
a little crowing, but we're like Uncle Josh's rooster:
>usiness is increasing'and we feel that we have the coifi
3 confidence. Compare our prices with the big sales or
spieler to make you think you are at a circus.
Fecheimer..-Fischel High Grade Clothing
at cut prices. We positively will not carry f-om one season
to another any of our high grade clot-hing if picoi will move
them. We hav marked all of our I'echamer-Fischel Suits
down to about tho origirial cost. They ore this season's
goods, which makes thsin wof ti twice as much 11s last sia.
son's high-ipriced suite. Look for this label:
E I F-EFF
Big Trouser Bargain
About two thousand )airs Men's Trousers will go in thi.
sale for less than it cost to make th.-m. We do,'t, say that
we are selling these pants for less than they ecst us, but we
were lucky in closing out a lot from two fact< ries at about
half the regular prices. Ienco we offer thbeso untmatchable
One hundred and fifty men's all-wool kersve and cotton
back worste. Trousern, well worth $1.50, your choice 98
Two hundred pairs $2.00 valies at $1.25.
About one hundred arid seventy-five pairs all-wool
cassilmers, fancy cotton back worsteds and kcerseys, worth
$2.00 and $2.50 at $1 48.
The biggest pants )ar
gaiin ever offe),rotd In
A -T im9 Gecivileo. In this lot
we offer about 300 or
400 pairs of pants worth up to $3 50,
Comlo 1o to1 Bilsy store for BI rialB
CUE COGS1ODCNSMTO;BOCI ,
WHOOING OUGH SORETHROT HORSEN
LOS OF VOC.LAEST EPLG N A
EP COUGSADS OSMTION,; EALSCTHE LUNG$
Endorsed by leading physicIans as the BEST remedy for
Children's Croup and Whooping Cough because L
it contains NO OPIATES. The- action of Ballard's H-ore.
hound Syrup is mild and benign,it is adapted to infants, as w"el1 l
as adults-of every variety of temperament and constitution,~
Read This Remarkable Testimonial.d:
MRS. B. W. EVANS, ClearWater, Kas., writes:--"My husband
was sick for three months and the doctors told me he had quick con- va
sumption. We procured a-'bottle of Ballard's Horehounrup, a and
it cured him. He -is now a well man, but we always kepabottle
in the house, and think it has no equal for pulmonary diseass
Easy to Talte; sure to Cure; Every Bottle Guarari
THREE 8IzSsa 35., 50c, $1.00.
BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT CO., - ST. LOUIf
SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY
1 have on) hand a nico line of
WALTHAM and ELGIN
thtI ann sollinig at a very low prica. Also some other cheaper
gr-ade wVatches~ at a goodl bargain. Jewetry, wvate' ~v ~ip
rephaired,,and~ I guarantee all work that I delivor
HI. SNIDER, -. -
Pnrsuant to au order signed by isa feverishi and constipated with b.u
Honor, Georgo E. Prinae, Judge of the stomaOchI hedce Mother Gran
10th .Judiciai Orcuait, and dated Jun Sw" eethwders for Children will alway
9th, 1905, notice is her.'by givon to all cure. If wocrmis are ples~ent they v 2
creditors of Wiliam T. Ficl, decce~d cd, eramIis remove themn. At all drn'
to provo thEir claims ag.ainst, himi withm glas; 23e. Simplo b)ott Io mailed Fimu
thirty days from tho (late of this order Addroini Allen 5. Olmstead, LeRoy,
or bo forever barred.
A. J. JJooas, T his week it 18
Crkoutof Conamon Pleas, 9e' ~ o
St Pickens IoUuty, S. U. Me ant-s a fO e
C.A55"O~.1:gei, COO spools thread, all colors ~ .
Bear. the hO vin YC wa BIigW black and white, 10 ) yd,.
Bignaturo machino threid, at toap
d ina' hom tiihl k