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E PICKENS SENTELJ0
Euttered April 23, 1903 it Pickens, . t., a second class matter, under act of Congress of i alrc h 8, 1879
VOL XXXV PICKEN5, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 905.
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News From Cateechee.
Mr. Norris, of Vance, 8. C., via
ited his son, Mr. T. M. Norris, ol
this place, last week .
The superintendent. Mr. Ma
Sherood, visited at Anderson Iasi
The school at this place opened
last Monday with Miss Mary
Hughes. of Richland, as teacher.
This is the third term she has
taught here, and has given satisfac
Messrs. W. J. Kelley and W.
W. Shaw, former the boss spinner
and the latter boss weaver, have
left this place. Mr. Kelley goes
to Tryoi, Ga., to take charge of
th9 spinning room in a large mill
there. Mr. Lawson, of Willia-m
ston, has assumed charge of the
spinnitng room here, and -Mr.
Eisacham, of Orr mill, at Ander
son, takes charge of the weave
shop in a few days. We welcome
these gentlemen and their families
to our tuwin.
Mr. G. C. Garrett desires the
public to know that lie has a per
manent cure for a weak stomach,
such as you might style an empty
stomach. He guarantees a cume,
and all he charges for the pre
scription ws one-tenth. His phar
macist is Mr. Christopher, who
has had several years of experi
enco in the business, and if he
fails to grind your flour up to date
it will not be his fault. Mr. Gar
rett has sold the mill to Messrs.
Henry Riggine and Elsie Garrett,
but they will not take charge until
next Christmas. -
Married, at the residence of Mr.
N. F. Knight, on Sunday, 23d, Mr.
Noah Scott to Miss Lizzie Knight,
J. Alonzo Brown, N. P, officiat
ing. After the ceremony all were
invited into the dining room
where everything that could he
wished for was had. After dinner
the happy couple were driven to
Norris, where they boarded No. 12
for Belton to spend the honey.
Miss Lola Whitin,'ot Norris,
visited Miss Hattie Johnston, of
Central, last week.
We read with pleasure the fol.
lowing from the Anderson Daily
Mail under date of July 18: OThe
following teachers for' the next
session have been elected by the
trustees of Walker.McElmoyle
graded school: J. P. Dendy, prin
cipal; Mrs. Olivia Newton Evatt.
teacher of primary department,
aind Miss Maggie Allgood, teacher
for fourth anid fifth grades. An.
other assistant will he elected
later. The school will open about
Oct. 15 and will contmnua for a
term of eight months. The as
sistant teachers are well known
through their good work in the
county echools, while the princi
pal was a former Anderson county
teacher. For the past two years
he has been principal of the Norris
Grammar phlool in Pickens county
where lhe has enjoyed' the con.
fidence of the people and he has
won for himself a reputation as a
teacher. He is not .however a
stranger to the people of Walker
MElmnoyle district, having taught
in this district two years before the
consolidation ol the schools and
two years in adjacent districts.
While it is not definitely knowni
* yet, it is supposed that all the
teachers will accopt, and that the
school will ho as successful and
as useful under their charge as it
has been in thu past." Prof. Dendy
has acceptod and will leave for his
new fIeld Oct 1st. B.
A Waring to Mithlers.
Troo miuch cario cannvot be usedl with
amall children during the hot weither
of the snmmer months to guard against
bowel troubles. As a rule it is only
necessary to give the chi'd a doso of
caator~ oil to correct any diso)rder of thme
bowels. Do not use any substitute, but
give the eld-fatshmonedl castor oil, anid
see that it is fresh, as rancid oil nause
atos and hSas a tendency to glipo. If
this does not cbeck the bowels give
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
xhcoa lRemedy and then a dose of castor
4oil., aind the disease may be obecked ini
tincipiency and all danger avoided.
The castor oil and this remedy should
be procured at once and kept ready for
instant use as soon as the first indication
of any biowel trouble appears. Thism ii
the most successful treatment knmown
and may be relied upon with implioll
confidence even in cases of cholera iu.
fanum. For sale by Plokens .Drng Co.
John Jacob Astor owns 22 auto
mnobile and WV. K. Vanderbilt 14.
is that we are d
can give the people
Now we have
Down in a Soul
and up-to-date stock
half the manufacture
our customers shall I
and they go on sa
value. This is no o]
goods, bought for tli
50,000 inhabitants, a
goods is perfect. T
- and will lastl u,
haven't space to (Iic
an idea of the great
and take advantage <
Superb line o
This is one of
state, and for style ;
are the output of th(
States and to move tl
Singing at Concord Baptist Church.
The singing at Concord Baptist
church the fourth Sunday was a
great success. The singing was
opened by devotional exercises by
1). A. Parrott. The following
programme was then carricd cut.:
Prof. McD. Weamns arranged the
class and sang 15 minutes. Then
Meears. E. M. Bowbu, Willie
Thomas, McD). Baker, C. C. For
stor and P. C. Carten led the class
15 minutes each. An intermiissin
of ten minutes was given, after
which the crowd reassembled to
hear a sermon b~y the pastor', WV.
C. Stiaborn. At the conclusion of
the sermon a recess of one hour
was taken for (dinner. Singmng
was resumed after dinner and a
splendid progrnmme carried out.
Altogether it was one of the host
sinlgings the writeor ever visitedl.
Nothing on tihe Market Equal to Chamn
berlin's Colic, Cholera amd Dlir
This fact is well known to druggists
everywhere, and nine out of ton will
give their customoeis this pr.'paration
when the best is asked for. Mr. Obo
Witmer, a prominent druggist of Joplin,
M!o., in a oirowner to his customers.
says: "There is nothing on tho market
In the way of patent medicine whlich
e unls Chamberlain's Colie, Cholera and
Daarrhma liemedy for bowel complaints.
We ,sell and recommend this pre ara
tion." For side by Pickens Dru8g0
From Rocky tiottom.
Work in this Section has co'me
to a standstill owing to the numner
ous rains we have had. Many3 are
not (lone laying-by here.
Edlwin C. Galloway says he is
going to pay a visit to Lake Toxa
Some of the boys aro v'ery con.
tantionis about their corn being
plowedt, they say they ate going to
plow if the mule has to swim from
one end of the row to tho othor.
They A ppeal to Our Sympa~ithies.
The biliuos and dyapoptic ard e~on
stanit sufferers and appeal to our synm
patiesa. There is not one of thenm,
hioweiver, who may not 1bo bronght back,
to health and hasppinessa byv the use of
Chamberlain's Stomaeh and ai ver TIab- I
lets. Tnmeso tableta invigorata ibe
stomach and liver and strengthen the
digestion. Thy also regulate the how
els. For sale by Piekenis irug Co.
A bee can carry twice its own
weight in honey or wax.
3 opportunity of a life-time--th
t of our Success In the lot thero are about 300 pu
aily watching for bargains that we $6.oo Pants at Only $4
at prices that they appreciate. 5.00 Pants at Only 3
it yu.4.00 Pants at only 2
it for you.at only 2
:hern city we bought a complete 2.00 Pants at only i
of bankrupt goods at about one- 1.50 Pants at only i.
rs cost and we have decided that 1.25 Pants at only
iave the benefit of this purchase, 1.0 Pants at only
le at about one-half their actual You will miss j bargain if you
d out of date stuff, but brand new Big lot of Collars worth
e spring trade for a city of about 25C Socks for i c. c
nd the style and quality of these 35c and 50c Socks for
'he goods are now on sale Nice line Of 5oc ties to
itil they are all sold. We Silk string ties C*c, or
te many prices but only give you 25c all Linen Handker
values of this sale. Get ready ioc Handkerchiefs onl
)f this sale, for they won't last long. 5c Handkerchiefs onl
In tbis FRIOe we have about fiftt
I Shirts ladieS' 1 nd Oxford-, rangi
per pair. These shoes are made
Lhe prettiest line of Shirts in the the United Statel, and rho sizes
nd fit they can't be beat. They $4.50 and $5.00 Shoes
leading factories of the United 3.50 and .4.00 Shoes
iem quick we have put the price on 3.00 and 3.50 Shoes
irts for........................ r.oo 3.50 and 4.00 Oxfor
irts for................. 7 1.75 Shoes at$i.25
irts for........ 50 150 Shoes at i.oo.
irts for. ..........38 $.oo Shoes at 75.
Miss Irene ClarPke's Annual Concert
At Liberty, S. C., School House,
T TIZl-sv.%YV EVENING,'- AIrxwTS'T 10, 190:3.1
)l2'.~.(~s 2.oo Pantis at only rrl
~0iig lii he Shatuow of IYiu'wil210n'is.. . . .bargain. if you2ta
M s~e8Clrk ad u 11iI1 ndM sl ig lo t o olr o t
Ii 1t-e le'iean . esl l i 35c'ariu a nd 5 cSok.o
Nice lielofe50 ties t
llapi~y reetlng iss MityAhSilkotstringA tie I'5rcr , o r
~ 2411(1 is itiol25cMallaLinen an dk p;er
M i~tS liesle5c22HandkerchiIefs'a ronas
Saang-A ~'rr hae '1'auI...hi....a...we..hav...abou...f..t.
M l'e Oive11b ran, rlill e a ie s'1 A hes andjrji Oxford.IsM rang
the United State Iandltaheasizes
U ral~iI~i~a~ l1-75 Shoe' st $1.25-i
larts f...................-------.......38... . oo...... Shoejr at . 75
Sog "iiI i Siite f ieOl ph-Tee...............-- ....L. D E S ltiiN
Miss I ee Clar k ineLe'smihaa r Annual o ncer
Soiihcri hr At Liberty,.........,.Schoo..........IHousrenop I
TIU SIA EIG, 7OlA UGUSTi10,11125.
Sniowellsalop.................------........................... .. . ehro op.-ii
.tises C-'learke aiis114 TinIe ld Srth.
Sping .l r al tz ekl.............------ .-..----. ........... ...................N A. nonse
'Iiu ttle p a il ses ---- --- ---.- ---I.......... . e r e1.S alding
AntISchlerMarch....................... ............ .......... ...... ..... treabbog
Song.-"'n the1 lhio fI rde Pine..."............ ..... ..... ......................... . l,aia li
Id ises O Mlesell Clarkdi u e an lPar n l an Master Wii~i llie~i anlnt. leeralue
M nTh e tcsn.. .. ........... ..... ...... ..... ........... ........ .....arl. ler, op. 17
lippoetng.-'leI ..l .'~ .i ...,... 3alls O la AgI erer...>.................arn. 72 rae
Vie.. ..la .... .. ...............- .------ . -.........--..............PEer auli OpperI
Song-"' TfI erbe ale"-- --- I- ---e -------.---..-..---............ ...... ........ i. M riry
MlsesO i lilliraie, l'irmaian ' M r. ley inA ilM hrt .
MhieingIt Watz........... .... .---. ...-. ...... -........ ......W ...a P en ire
M l M nii len m.
Phians................ .................. ..... . .........................oichneop.ilr
Thea lork ro' Gld.......... ........... . .....r.......................... . Strenhbog (
Song -...n..he..h.d...f..the.Ok..Appl..Tr.."...... ....... ..........................ane Aop.yn
Misses Clar ie, lnne Le Smthai Mr . Wileln.
oihrn Heryez 11ina........ .......... .......... .......I. Prroo.
ShttChea..... Rate tose T easl Ptron n nyi dayi hin.......trahho opafe
l ai na Q oui s i a... n the........... . .... p r a.. ..- ........ ...l. .D vi
Missn ucas ikesa AtlaIvand e gotha or i.tra In
On R l l r , Mm p.. ...... ... ...... ... .. . ... ..t.. .. ... ... .. . .. ... . .T . R o'Ne.l
AnuiritoMistgomerye Mal Pas. ~~ .Ps.Aet
Song-"What the r oir< s .......... ...... ................ Bldg.. At.. lran ina
Mistes (Ottve elt rone Ati M rt r, h .m irl Para atis Ahore am Ile
Miss Clarktesa nd r WluieHn. vr iehe l ah
'VickoL~s alow stopoie s any nnle oreat mith. h nfeadswae
W Stong "f M ermpahiy, and IW re aGoro"...... ......... coff ..... from ..12 his Haerso
e greatest sale
ire of Pants of all kinds, stouts,
won't last long at the price.
fail to get a pair of these pants.
i5ctogoatiocor 3 for 25C. 9
,c Socks for ioc.
go at 25c and 38c.
2 for 25C.
chiefs only i5c. g
en hundred pairs of men's and
tig in price from $1 00 to $5 0(
by the leading manufacturers of
nd styles are perfect.
at 2.85. w
How to Treat Your Town.
Talk abcut it.
Write about it.
Trade at home.
le public spirited.
Take a home pride in it
Tell of its business men .
Remember it is ycur home.
TellI of its business resources.
Teoll of its natural advantages.
Trade and induce others to
When Stranigers come to town
se then well.
Support your local institutions
hant beniefit1 your town.
Look ahmead of self when at~ the
rownm is to be conside:-edl.
I1Plp) your public oflicers do the
iost good for the pople.
Doo'r advertise in the local pa
or to help the editor, but adver
iso t o hel p yourserlf
Tihe Pubalicl Is Arousedl.
TLhe public is arousedI to ai knowVledge
f lihe enrative merita of that. groat mnd.
~inal loii Electric liittersq, for sick
Ltmachl, liver and1( kidneys. Mary 1H.
Valters, of 546 St. (lair ave.. CJolum
uN, 0., writes: "For several muonths 1
ras given up to die. I had fever and1(
gue', my norves were wrecked; L could
ot slOop), and1 my stoflmach was 5o wea~k
roi museloss doctorsq' d1rugs that I could
ot eat. Soon after beginnming to take
',lectric Bittqai I ob'ined relhof, and in
short timuet i was entirelv care,."
luaraniteed at Piokens D~rug (Jo.
Famous Fruit Farms of Texas,
trkansas, Louisiana, andc The Great
louthi West resched by the Cotton
3elt Ttoute. You ein) purchase very
heap rouind trip "H-omoi Seeker" tic
ets at Atlaniti, Birmingham, Annis
on Montgomery, and certain other
ints any first or third Tuesday,
ickets bear final return limit of 21
lays and ail ow stop overs any point
Vest of Memnplus.
Ask for ticket to read by Memphis
id The Cotton Bolt.
Write, L. 1P. Smith, Trav. Pass. Agt
A tlanta. Ga.
The chestnut is, according to medi.
al men most digestible, and. can not
mady take the place of the potato, as in
Lrance, where chestnuts, boiled and
nashmed like potatoes, wake a delicious
lih, but in reality forms a more per.
'eat forml of food.
Spiders in proportion, are several
times as atrn lin.
Pickens ever knew.
In order to make this sale interesting for the
tdies we are offering some special bargains in
Vh'te Goods, Silks and Millinery.
All 7 1-2C White Goods to go at 5c.
All ioc White Goods to go at 7 1-2c.
All 16 2-3c White Goods to go at 12 1-2C.
One lot 16 i-2c, 20C, 25c and 35c White Goods to
0 at 15c.
One lot 35c Champ. col. to go at 25c.
Pino Crepe, all shades, 25c and 35c, to go at i 9c.
ig (rive in all vool Batiste, only a few colors
rey, tan, old rose-from 65c to 35c.
\V haven't space to quote more prices, but the
:alping kni fe has ct't (eep.
Jillnerv Goods Cut in Half.
This is one of the biggest millinery seasons that
e have ever had, and we feel very grateful for your
gronage in this department. As we have closed our
yes to profit we give you the remnant stock at your
wn price. We appreciate your 'business, cash or
-edit, and will spare no pains to please you.
ell Keep them in the house.,
Take one when you feel bil
Ayers P ll Keepyo the linvte hos.v~
lous or dizzy. They act di
y ~rectly on the liver. ;.ow.*lf,*M
Want your moustache or beard BUCKING HAM'S DYE
a beautiful brown or rich black? Use nrn M. UD
re Vail reA"c .'.
loi . McyhGEEal-'S~
od nsdmn reo mnedbInknsDu o
Thie a, ittle Det il
nFo o the aers.al
It taks tailring bains iIplent
rerther than nhtsrtheyoorksonn
sy willibe refuhees.iDoneteuaitore ontthe
another day. Aebottle atanoyouWcould im
mgNyad of tto and a shape of
threa appearance wola sot, while
oo sur-make all thevdferalnceu
f We I tae taiSlon bins ecun Penty
he'snbetrand mihyc ever crftsmdanship o
0A1TIMRE.sagpvm. W ae clothesne tyhe righ shapey-tcure
Frther thsianl thihoros andpatr.
Som~ ~ ~ ~ie of ou ut n o ote$suit depersmorean t2he
Coeinnloka oftehem.sad h haeo
th lape hav Maeyting toe t
H .E D EL finEpENVancEfat, while