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Blessed with Good Rains a
OTHER SECTIONS ARE DRI
Budget of Local News From a Thriv
The fartmers of this sect,(o,
ougtit to be thankful-See, thev
shiould -get down on their lcnee
and thank the good Lord for the
seasons that Hie has sent. While
others withiin thres milos of u
havo lacked for rait, we are glad
to say that this section hasn't suf
fered to any exteit this spring
and Summer. Wo have h. blessed
assuraice that it will rain on t he
just and the unjust. If the L.rd
had not put that "un" to it we
would kindly think by the wiy
the Peaslonis have be(n that we
were a little bettor than our Ieigh
bur just over yonder. But we ire
t hankulil of Li ass88uranco thilt. if
we are so fortunato as to rieach thai
mansion th.e will be no 'big I's"
and ''little you's"; we will all be
as3 one bkssed family. If I have
on overalls and a home spun shilI
Whe0n I im laid in tie tomb, if
that soul was made cleami b.'fore I
was buk(d thoe, I cani have ti
sie privdlege up yonder that, my
brother will have wiho1 was buried
in a Pitnue Albert suit and a hun
dred dollar easket. God says,
"Sont, give me thy heart.'' If your11'
heart is right you cai't help but
feel right; you can iiic m t yourI' fel
low boing, take him by t he ian)d
aInd look him squaro in the face
with a clear consieiuco. You don't
foe like you have cheatf d, dorraud
et o' stoleni something from him,
anid that he is after youi abouC it.
No; when the heart is ria'ht you
feel right-you feel go.)(d. You
feel likm ycu wanted to hear the
name of Jesus. Now wlhon1 we ar
in a weak conditio,.I physically how
we long, aid oven take drugs, to
get healed. Yes, if we are suffer
ing physically we wNould give u p
anythiig we have to get relief
and b well again. Now my frieinds
there is a day coming and it Will
not be long wheni you will wish
yiu had lot the carnal ploasurmw
of this earth have gono aid
soutl Jesus. Don't, oh don't,
for Jiesus sake and tIto sake of poor1
solui, piut iin lefo the ris
ing genera'utIi. A father is ac
counable for' the enomple he geCt
aind t he way he r'aise h is cliild ren.
Now if' we help to koi> an evil
thing before the i'isiug genidiat ion
a!Id causie men to go to degrada
tin and rin oni the strengthi of it,
what els0ecani youi style it but. b.e
ing' accounti aibh- for thia t sin ? Oh,
fr'iends, get your b'oarts right anid
then you will Rnot ad vocato that
which is deutrimenltal t~o your fel
E very body initerested in seeingp
the graveyard at Camp Creek
church cleaned off, and esp)eciall3
those w~ho have rlamtivoc buried~
ther'ie, aire requliesto)d to meet al
the church on the 4ith Saturday ni
this month t 1. p. mn. with suit
able toob* for' the purpose of clean
ing off said graveyard.
Le.t everyboidy remember the
singing at (Catoechte on the 8.d
Sundi~ay in July. A grand time is
anticipated. A promiinent speak
or' is 'expected. Evorybody brinf.~
"inner~i e.lRd (como1 prlepairod to spend~
Th~le pilotr'acted( mneeting will bei
giln at Camip Creek churnchi the 51.1
Sunday ini July.
ChiPldreni's day will be ob~servIo<
thlo second Sturd'ay in A ugust
R'>v. B. J. ..Johnston wvil b> tIn
oirator' of the (day. On Sundallly fol
I owinLg (the second Sunday iln Au
gost.) Rev. J. T,. Dobson wil
1 preach at the same church at 1
4 a. mi.
MicShuooraind, formerly srin ''~
teiident . of the. Liberty cottom
mill, assum los charmgo of the Noril
mill today. lie comes with a goo<
recomm nend~ation, anid we bespeal
for him sutccess in the milling busi
necss at this placo. TIhe retirinl
The opportunity 4
The Secret of our Succe
is that we are daily watching for bargains that
can give the people at prices that they appreciate.
Now we have it f'or you.
Down in a Southern city we bought a conp
and up-to-date stock of bankrupt goods at about <
half the manufacturers cost and we have decided
our customers shall have the benefit of this purch
and they go on sale at about onehalf their ac
value. This is no old out of date stuff, but brand
goods, bought for the spring trade for a city of al
50,ooo inhabitants, and the style and quality of t'
goods is perfect. The goods are now on s
and will last until they are all sold.
haven't space to quote many prices but only give
an idea of the great values of this sale. Get r<
and take advantage of this sale, for they won't last h
Superb line of Shirts
This is one of the prettiest line of Shirts in
state, and for style and fit they can't be beat. 'I
are the output of the leading factories of the Un
States and to move them quick we have put the pric
$i.5o Shirts for.............$i.oo
$1. Shirts for....................... 75
75 Shirts for......................... 50
-50 Shirts for ......................-.-----. 38
superintendent, Mr. Carl Thomp- hInteresting Letter From Idaho.
0on, goes to Tryon, G-a., to superin- Spencer, Idaho, July2.-Igiv(
tenid aimill there- tho readers of thec Sentinel-Jouirna'
The loessrs. Boldin, of Praters. la few dots from the lava peaks o
sol1d founiteen bales of cot ton to the the Rock ies.
Norris_ Co. att 10.1o. On SaturldayI Our private office is niow nin(
following Mr. Duff Boldin sold six thousand feet above sea level an<
bales in Seneca at 1to. wo aro still heade!d up. With th<
Many thanks to 1Ir. J. G. Mand. gaie! we find and kill-mnttoi
dlin) for. a moss of seet potalt a ld v eal, ish, e l.-wo ore doiE
raised this year. 1e hadahisifirstawell
mes ths sasn o Juy th rshering sea(n( is o ver kind
Mrs.WillMa~hox rpor l sw o aexgod rugopt tfho cor
potatoas the lstLcf Juno. an lambs, a the hig rc
If al sgnsdon' fal i dr ior tohoe(1 pro ng lasit i
marrigo son. RmombriJ nnvrttern ai stockl are we
Akenz Bntronal, N.tiP., ireadly with1 iongr hwell. tor ut in
his hanod nd theo shrottle of juth-Weaehd nuuu w
l~tie tarrage witrha oyinra theni- srin thnd rcrn, Ofai sinds RI
btomo throwsese stea givnh adhi good trugou he countr;ik
tien senge byovidins. th. Haig noaret swl-o
it $o k 10 o pR epr ewr $ h0v. so m e't k~ l sec ~tis. iud il
mThe rad fthi s cuatiiers wilhbaTheehsba ag mir
thp olea nhuded tollslearn t thatn there iisaatoodeastnone
drade diseas that istocue. has.. been tion to holms durnthlsin
alsto of tioniallis. sae n hti ots a ot alae w
Adarrh.lss Ca"arr Cureo is the, ar- lokn. o i og
ical raterity. atarr'bin a0ont. the or sue lofanhy kim
ald y alet lal Ontarchi ur isi''ail farmsng, toc thrparsng looin 11
t'ar itenly b ct n iety u o o ehjg b te u n m
Cheblodad ts tourfaes of theifis. onryt pop
system, heebuisting the fouda- case thse roun Alas wi
wt . a ch irstl and ivi t ell a oWcth es aren gooy. ateawyu hingike
itutiongad aistg, nat i oing, feoro ) Ofa the boys fro~
ntlfh iet in~ return v3 ems i 8ln county o.he ad hl s
nthe oon Hundrt oltlat foreatly toe likem theeid hi is a gooochnf
riste of atemns. I 'ysher. Af hoetating yno
Tickes. allow stone. avesarlit'ew goukng. fo is (hn ell.
ol bys alf Mrngiss an' areamilyt cfhanc fore b~usnss of any kin
P it e mhe toemak 'ragrenn ( frin, tock rasintugvominin
Cneap t a yo texs, r andy i thefiniet countryd tc oisped
AIrnisLun, and the oth int hsei. fAlsa
west Eac Smlifirst a AgerdTusa WagesC hare ood taet anyting y
yo 20n pqurhable Bldg., a Atlanta, giao atiom. c towpe mon
BimighmAnito, otgmeyo $3.50liper day inme thae mino,
and o-tin the pontsto hourp. sawvyKlloy thestoerdayt aPi
Souh et and eunoYooiape, peacphs nscontsby Wheaske h~ue
Ticts alo tpoer n ~e newa gru nd egesableg welo
>f a life-time--tl
SS In th"lot there are about0
slims and regulars, and the
we $6.oo Pants at only $
5.00 Pants at only
4.00 Pants at only
3.50 Pants at only
lete 2.00 Pants at only
Me- 1.50 Pants at only
that 1.25 Pants at only
ase, i.oo Pants at only
tual You will miss a bargain if yc
new Big.lot of Collars wort
)out 25c Socks for I 5c.
iese 35c and 5oc Socks fo
ale Nice line of 50c ties I
We Silk string ties 15c, 0
you 25c all Linen Handk<
:ady 10c Handkerchiefs o
>ng. 5c Handkerchiefs or
In this male we have about fil
ladies' Shoes and Oxford, rani
per pair. These shoes are mac
the the United State3, and the sizo
'hey $4-50 and $5.oo Sho(
ited 3-50 and 4.00 Shot
on 3.oo and 3.50 Sho(
3-50 and 4.00 Oxf<
1.75 Shoes at $1.25.
1.50 Shoes at 1.oo,
1.00 Shoes at 75
qual to California, wheat, oats
and barley grow 40 to (10 bushels
I per acre.
r Our btate is getting dotted with
sugar factories, and the sugar beet
is a groat industry and growing
fast. The vield of beets per acre
is from eight to fourteen tons, and
the factories pay $4 50 per ton de
livered on board cars or at the
Now if ycu are' "Rocky Mou~n.,
tain st ruck'" we hope you will
Comec and give yourself a fair
Schance. The Rockies is good1
enough for John TJigler.
The Diamond Cure.
The late~st news from Paris is that they
have discovered a diamflond cuI o for cou
siumption. If *1n Iear' coinumpl1tion or
e proumonia, it, will, however, be best foi
youto akethegreat remedy mentionetl
by. T. Mc~ee of Vanut er, Tenn. "]
nl had a cough for fonrteen years. Noth.
ing helped me, until I to)ok Dr. King'i
Now Discovery for consumption. cougi
t. and colds which gave instant relie i(
effectedl a perumnent Cure." Unequalled
X quick cure for throat and Lung Lroubles
11 at Pickens Drug Co's. store at 503 an(
S$1.00, guaranteed. TIrial bottle free.
Waihalla, S. C., Route 1.
De1)ar Sentiniel-Journal: h
ahardest question to solve in thi
section is how to get rid of Gen
toeral Groen. Tho plows have beed
Sstandling about ten days. I neve:
saw grass grow faster since I cai
>r remember. Crops have boon bad,
n l.y butchered inl places owing t<
thle wVet weather. TIhe co n1 croj
'will be short owving to tho higlh
'water. Some of the oldest citizent
tsay that tile streamsa were th(
highest ever known. The1 crops as
a whole will probably average 0C
Iiper cent of a crop.
S Well the threshers have boon
around but didl not gel. miuch toll.
SWheat crops are short. Oats are
a WVell, I see that you have hiauled]
that stuff from Pickense. Piakens
3f is to be congratultedO on hoer mnove
I- and it is to be hoped that she0 will
1- h ive no more dispensary ant lh it
It Oconee will follow in riding itself
)f of that stuff in the near future.
Lt Is July going t. be as long
dl month as Juno? My old1 negre
g said June hlad 86 (lays in it tis~
ls year. I want -to elose the battle
s, before the 36th of July.
w Robscoa ante to kenow what
to greatest sale
aire of Pants of all kinds, stouts,
y won't last long at the price.
u fail to get a pair of these panif.
h 15c togoat iocor 3 for 25c.
5c Socks for ioc.
o go at 25C and 38c.
r 2 for 25C.
!rchiefs only i 5c.
'teen hundred pairs of men's and
ging in price from $1 00 to $5.00
le by the leading manufacturers of
and styles are perfect.
-s at $3-50
s at 2.85.
ts at 2.00.
had become of Mr. Owl, Why,Mrs
Owl has kept him busy for the last
We have two little Owls and ont
Woodpecker and the little Wood.
pecker can outdo both of the Owls
W. B. Youngblood and Rowland
Chastain visited friends in thif
section on the 9th and 10th inst.
They report good crops on Libertsv
Rtouto 3. in Pickens Co
Hurra'V~h for the Rocky Bottom
'C~reQI~IIForced to Starve.
B. F. Leek of Concord, Ky., says
'For twouty yo.tra I anifered atgoni
withI ai sore on1 my ulpper hpI, 80 piiu
somILetie that I couild not eat. Mit
vailyI trying everythiing else, I cured
with IBuckltin's Arnieni Salvo." It
great for burns, enit and wvounds. A
Pickenls Drg Co's. itoro; Only 25c.
M ica, July 6 -As it is raining
will try adgv o e o
from our little townt. Well, B
the' people aroundc hero aire nc
getting along as well 11s yout art
They have plenty of grass, hat ca:
say that we dlidn''t have any l itti
''dab'' of rusty wheat, t'> cut so wV
B are much better by that.
Mr. Mountain Boy, I had a tall
w iih tho lost girl of Egy pt. Sh
says shte is not lonesome at aill ant
is goinrg to keep her word abo
marrying, so beware.
M r. S. HI. Sammons)il has3 bo0or
qu ito sick at his home unear hero
He is improving at this writing.
We hiave a goodl Sundlay schIoo
at Mount. T1abor wvith Uncle Sam
tiel Loop~er as Superintondent.
Miss Eva lHendricka visited bei
grand~ father Uncle Jesse Cren
shaw last Sunday. Shio says he ii
as jovial as Vover.
Roads are pretly bad sinco th<
ILittle Christin' Edons hias beer
very ill at her 110me1.
Mr. andl Mrs. Hiolbert Jonei
Spenlt Saturday and Sunday witl
their parents near Mt. Tabol
Iluy It Now.
Now is the time to buy Chamberinin's
Cholera. Colic and Diarrboea Remedy.
It is certain to be needed sooner or lnter
and wvhen that time coumes you will need
it badly-you will need it qslckly. B~uy
it no0w. D~ may saVe life.. For sale by
Plnkana Drna (o.
Pickens ever knew.
In order to make this sale interesting for the
ladies we are offering some special bargains in
Wite Goods, Silks an,1d Millinery.
All 7 1-2C White Goods to go at 5c.
All I oc White Goods to go at 7 1-2C.
All 16 2-3c White Goods to go at i 2 1-2c.
One lot 16 I-2C, 20C, 25c and 35c White Goods to
go at 15c.
One lot 35c Champ. col. to go at 25c.
Pino Crepe, all shades, 25c and 35c, to go at i 9c.
Big (rive in all wool Batiste, only a few colors
grey, tan, old rose-from 65c to 35c.
\Ve haven't space to quote more prices, but the
scalping knife has cut deep.
MilIInery GixO)ds Cut, in Half.
This is one of the biggest millinery seasons that
we have ever had, and we feel very grateful for your
patronage in this department. As we have closed 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.
11 Sugar-coated, easy to take,
mild in action. They cure
E y r Psick-headache. Loogr. a
Want your moustache or beard DUCKINGHAMS DYE
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use m . U O t. ILAIILIVO.,NASUUA.N. I .
a r e s ia n y u e o i o d. -
S ain oi n e n k nd [* - -.
the utrmn er rau in he
chance of recovery is in
r DR. McGEE'S
BACKACHE AND EIDNEY
remy d es nreuded. Don* a *.TnACUR0e
Ianother day. A bottle at your -WE aa5NT35ff.
drI~uggit'ssmall size, 50o; large F.1hfMfm
t Sold and recommned by Pickens Drug Co.
'The Little Details
"EN yards of cloth and a mile of
I threadl isn't the whole story of a
good suit-not by several thou..
.-.I It takes tailoring brains in plenty
and mighty clever craftsmanship to
make clothes the right way-the
* Further than this, the looks and
* life of the suit depeud more on the
LITTLE details than you could im
agine. For instance, simply the plac
I ing of the buttons and the shape of .
the lapel have everything to do with
thle fine appearance of a ooat, while
such a trifle as the proper moulding
of a curve makes all the diftference
b~etween a beautiful garment and a
SCH Bn~s.~d Co~Wo handle the -Schloss line becauseO we knowv
flue ehos Mker,. there's none better and never found an~y as9 good.
assoe, swscas Y have all the new styles and shapesi, of course,
eA~TIO~C.h4SW~*~ m the most desirable colors and patterns.
Some of our Suits a~nd Top Coats $1 2., others $i5 and $20.
Come and look at them.
H. EN DEL, 120 -.MaiStret
E PICKI NS SENTINEJR
Eutored April 23, 1903 nt Pickons, 8. 0., as second olis matter, under aot of Coupress of Maroh 3, 1879.
VOL XXXV PICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAV, JULY 19, 1905 NO.