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$8Nil R8 0 L~ Foull Ni08Ratere
0nodes, wife* and child
left yesterday aie' , 11oon for Charles.
- . . Arlo is teaching a flouriuh
ing school at the Long Branch eL ol
M~rs. Melanee White, of Ander
son, i; on a visit to her mother, Mrs,
,1. 4 . Thornloy.
-Of n the Comning. Friday night
Rev. B. EiFoster begins a sriles of
meetings at Secong.
-- rsie Cashen and iter, Miss
Helen, Of Anderson, ar on a visit to
Mrs. J. L. Thory, in Pickens.
-W. S. Griffin, of Greenville,
spent st week with his mother,
Mrs. Florence Grifflin, in Pickens.
-Mathias Uichardson of Anderson
and E. B. Richardson of Liberty were
in Pickens last week on business.
-1ll persons interested are urged <
to meet at Rubomiah graveyard on
the 8th instant for the purpose of I
cleaning it Ol.
--Mrs. C. W. Ryan, who has been I
visiting the family of D. W. Hiott, I
left yesterday for her home in Or. 1
-.-Everybody interestid is urged to
attend the meeting in the court
house on the 8th inst. in the interest
-J. L. Cantreil and wife, of the
Liberty side of the county passed
through Pickens yesterday on their
way to the mountains.
-Mrs. R B. Fickling and' little
s0n, David La~ar, of Blackville, S.
C... are on a visit to the family of her
father, E. 13. Richardson, at LibertY.
- -Don't forget the musicale by M iss
Irene Clark at Liberly on the night
of the 10th inst. A very interesting
program, . hich we publish on the
first page this week, will be rendered.
- Rev. D. W. Hiott is conducting
a series of meetings at Pisgah. He
is assisted by the Rev. R. A. Sublett.
May much good be accomplished by
these men of God.
-R1ev. Thomas Leitch is meeting
with good success in his ineeting and
the spiritual condition of the church
is being much revived. The services
will probably continue until Sunday
Lets Have the Trolley,
Pickens, R. F. D. No 8. --Editor
Sentinel-Journah: I have been notic
ig in your paper some very inter
esting communications concerning an
inter. urban trolley line fromi Polk
county via Marietta and -up the Ojle.
noy valley and thence to Picliens.
This line of road, if built, means
much to Pickens county. The Oole
noy valley is one of the finest see
tions of coun try in the state. Though
it is about 10 to 15 miles from a rail
roa~d, yet it has hundreds of acres of
land ranging in price from $75
to $100 per acre, and a lot of it
couldn't be bought at that pnice. If
there was a trolley line running
th rongh this section its value would
be almost immeasurable, as there is a
fine belt of timber on each side of
the valley that would give hundreds
of men employnment. The eiord wood
would become very valuable, and
there are millions of feet of the finest
pololar and oak timber that could be
used for lumber which woul bring n
As for mountain scenery and a
summer resort . this sectioni would
hardly be excelled, as we have Mt.
Pinnacle, over *3,400 feet above en
XeveJ; also Table 1000k and1( other
plaIces of as line Scenery as can be
found in the United States. The
best of water is found at the foot of
t hese monnlains, and had we a trol.
ley line hundreds of People would
come here for the summer. The
Saludas furnish abundant water
power, so there is nothing in the way
to hinder Pickens from getting this
road. Thiere) would be very' little
~rad1ing to do from Oowansville,
rheenville county, by Marietta and
uip thn SIn river to Odeoy then
uIp 1~. to thle heatvaters of
T-h.d on to Pickens.
* assirfd that Oolonoy
and Twvelve Mile are anxious for this
road, and will eon tributo much to)
the building of it. It call be built
very cheap, as there is an abundanice
of crosatie timber , all along the
above described route anid can be
laid down cheap.
I hope) the Sentinel-Journial will
continue to pull for this road; also
every citizen of 'Pickens countyv, as
the whole county would lie benefited
and could hardly be excelled.
I W. O.
enute 4l he Kind 80@ae las og
tieiUal, July 24490.W
kdisi'i 14ews still scarce but
will *kite a few lines.
* Obildrens daty exerolses was en.
joyed by a large orowd last Sunday
at the Baptist. church.
Prof. Stalvey, Miss Daisy Pate
and Miss *Grace Clayton from
Stokesbridge S. 0. have been ap
pointed teachers for the next
Eugene Davis who has.beo in
Birminghain for several months
has returned home.
A. few days ago as Mrs. C. G.
Rowland was feeding i horse when
he suddenly bit her arm very lad.
Silas Clayton hias trelt(ed him.
self to a nice now buggy, "lookout
Miss Minnie Hopkins of Seneca
visited her grand parents here last
Elbert Brown is night operator
it Norris Station now.
Revival services will begin at
,he Baptist church the third Sun
lay in August.
Miss Conyers Allen has gone to
each school up abovo Walhalla.
There is a protracted meeting in
>rogress this week at Mt. Zion
dIethodist church. R'4v. Henry,
I.e pastor, is assisted . by Rev.
Mrs. S. A. Lowelle has been
langerously ill the part two weeks.
ier only sister, Mrs. Fannie Year
,an, from near Iva, S. C., is visit
Mesdames J. P. and Bssie
Smith, of Liberty, visited Mr's. L.
J. Clayton one day this week.
Mrs. Pricks, of Oconee, is visit
mg her son, Rev. C. C. Fricks.
Mr. Clint Roland and family
are visiting relatives in North
Little De Parrot camo verNy
near getting k'illed last Sunday
at the Baptist church after ser
vices. A mule kicked him in the
face, knlockil)g some of his teeth
out and bruising his face consider
A bridal party passed through
town Thursday. Mr. John Good
win and Miss Lucy Barker, of
Calhoun, went to Rev. L. G. Clay
ton's and lie pronounced theni
man and wife in the presence of
The Misses Watson, of Atlanta,
haie been visiting their aunt, Mrs.
Miss Ina Gaines, who has been
teaching for several months at
Oakway, has been at home fo.r a
Miss Eva Clayton, and her aunt,
Miss M, A. Clayton, of near Lib
erty, passed through Central on
No. 39 last T1hursday en route for
WVestininster to visit relatives
Mr. and Mirs. H. HI. Barr, of
Easley, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Balleintine. last week.
Mr. Robt. A. Ballentinoe, p~f
Gr~eenville, M iss. has ietlurned
home whero he0 will Spend a few~
day's with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H Ballentine..
Mr. B1. F. Mauldin~ and friend
Mr. Boggs, of Birmingham, Ala
are visiting relatives and friends
Lena, the 'little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hopkins, who has
been quite ill for some timo is not
improving very fast.
All persons interseted in the
Ballontine burial ground znear' the
residenice of ,J. HI. Liallentinie, tire
requested to mecet at the (Cemeltery
on the 1st TIhursday ini Anigust to
clean it off'. Bring suitable toole.
$100 REWARD $100.
Trhe readers of this paper will be
pleased to iearin that there is at, least one
dreaded disease LI at tsolence has been
able to cuir in all its atages andi that is
catat ri. Halls Catarrh Cure is the on
ly positive cure now known to the med
lcal fraternity. Catarrh being a consti
tutioena ldisease', req uires a conslitution
al treatment. Halls Catarrh, Cure Is
takenm internally, acting directly upon
the lood anfd inulcous surface~s or thme
s'.stemn, the'rebiy deOstroyling the foundau
tion of' the dlisease', and giving the pn
tient str'ength by buIlding up the con..
st itut en and aLsistinig natur'e in doin;g
i's work. Th'le prioprietors have so
much faith in its curative powers, that
they offer One Hlundred D~ollars for aII y
any case that it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials.
Address, F". J. Cheney & Co.,
Sold by all IUrmuggists. )l(ls Family
Pilla are the beat.
Theb undersigned respiectfully call
ulpon thoseO opposed to thme <tispensartuy
in Pickens conuty) to meet ini the
court hous18 at 11 o'clock on the 8th
day of August next to dliscuss mat-.
ters of importance connected withi
the late dispensar'y. It is hoped t hat
chcl 'oting precinct ini the c'ounity
will send( at least two r'epresxenit tives.
0. Mi An my,
U iF, Gni.Ny~h,
R. A. BowENzo.
NeW 'tWidInog dej I - 1411ed
Trolley Line bida 'l. .'a .
Liberty, 8. C., June 31.-Mrs. A.
O'Dell, who han been sick for soee
time, is reported worse again.
alessi. L. G., A, A., anld J. C.
B o g g s and portions of their
families. witl a i number of frienids,
have gone ou quito an extended
mountain trip, not-witlstanding the
dry, hot, Ismoky weather.
Bick and other build ing material
is being laid on the ground for sov
oral new buildings. We notice quite
a number of bricklayers have just
appear'ed ill town
Some busiless Imen had a trolley
lin mapped out from Anderson via
Five Forks (\kndorsonj county), Lil.
brty aid Eiasley to Greonville, coi
pleteing a circle connecting With the
line then proposed - fron Grtenvillo
to A riderson. But we understand
that the proposed line from Green
ville to Anderson was bought it) by
the railroad and extra service given
between Anderson and Greenville.
Now what is that to teio rural district6?
We can, if the Easley trolley should
natorialize and prove a success,
angour line to Greenville via
Pickens and Dacalsvillo and develope
i much gi eater scope of the rural
listrict and really b t. Easley bo the
:ibil.i around which, but not by, the
.cvolving is done.
There is ttkbe o public Ppeaking
mid tasket picnic at Libetty August
11th under the auspices of the
Parmers' Ed uaLt ion a! and Co-opera
Live Uniion of America. All other
nions in the county are rEquested
to attend, as it is proposed to organ
izo a county union if the way is clear.
3everal speakers tiro expected. Let
ill the farmers in the county inter.
ested in the suecesa of the farming
interest of the cotton bclt. turn out
and have a grund old farmers rally.
liemember the day and date and the
well filled dinner basket and be on
hand in time to hear the speaking
and learn something. By or(ler of
Liberty Local Union. C.
Nothing Itisked, Nothing Gained.
You riik uothing in buying Elliott's
Emulsified Oil Liniment, becauso you
got your, money bek if not satisfied,
Your gain is great,' because you get tho
bot, liiinilt.over mado. Best for Rin-u
inatism best foi Sprains and Swellings,
best for use in the family and on your
stock. A full 1-2 pint, bottle, costs but
25 eta. No risk, all gain.
From the indian Territory.
Chickasha, Ind. Ter., July 27.
Mr. J. L. 0. Thompson, Pickens,
S. C.: Doubtless you will be sur*
prised at hav'ing a letter from this
p)lace, and morec especially from
You knowv 'tis said "the sword
is migh tier than the penl," but I
find there are miore darned fools
kill themiselves with the penI than
the sword, especiilly politicians.
I am certinly surpirised at the
suicidles in regard to the dlisp)en
sar'y in that county-at. least this
is my opinlion. We have no poli
t iins here as yet, though we are
on ILe evei 0f statehlood and areO
lookir'g for a fall crop to loomu up
soon. JIuA~ now wo call that old
nIis shabby, i-oat was rt:
we knewv he was ai mHii~otnaire
Buit with 3ou1 he might be a poli
This is a :ine count ry and money
1s p)lentifl as well as work, Con
diltions ar0 dlifferent bor-e from that
of Georgia. I hoard a traveling
man sav lie went to some town
ther-e and wont into the 1'ank and
asked the cashier' itf he could give
him chango for a fifty dollar bill,
and the man told him lie didn't
k now-he had nev er saw onie.
Giv.' the boys my regairds and
tell them I w ould1 hko to b)e there
to tielp them play hall this summ
I am liking this place 0iec; am
in the post oflfi c'er at a salary
of $000 lper year.
I s.nld vou~ (enelosedl h'rowlt h
onei oft our sonuveiir hand kerch iefs
whIiich o riginiiatIed hiero in Chic:k a
hia and was usted by our dele-ga
tion to the staitoodl~ conivention
the 12th inst.
Wii'hing you rmuch success in all
y'ourl unidertakiings, I remain,
W. I[. Lalbon.
rl in e a~ besutiles thb bela,
do e al ton h tes ig.a
YlR IO N IA COLLEGAE.
For YOUNNU LA DIES Iloanoke, Va.
iOpeni's ell. '5, ln05. on ofi( the (le tinlg schtools
fii or Vong I)dies in thie South .b New libldinugs,
piano t a nd uiment. Camu,,a Itn airex.
Grandi 1111 montain sc'enery in vaiIdey oft virginia,
I ecers. lull (ion rioe t'(,n'ervatory' adva~ntges
ese.StudentiiS Irm 30 State'. iFor "enaogu
SA'L''iil'. P. i A 10it S. P'resu .,goanoke. va.
Piex BO ifug co.
We tak hi s im mothod of warning the public who use our
EXTRACT OF LEMON to ie emitions4. as it is at. jeast fivo
times stronger than any other on the market that wo know of.
Uso it small (uIaitity-two or threo dropm to a pie-aid
all will be vight.
Plenty of Candy
- a ceints per pOund.
PIclRS iug 00v
DURINC THE NEXT
I have sonic special prices to offer the trade for
cash on Shoes, Hats, Pants and various other
things useful in the home and on the farm too
numerous to mention. When you get ready to
Buv all a Suit of Clothes
this fall don't fail to see me before you buy and
get up-to-date tailor-made goods at the lowest
prices. Such goods have neyer been oflered in
this section. - Each suit made to measure and a
neat fit guaranteed.
J. F. HA RRIS, By timself.
This is the Suit that you should be the
most careful in selecting, as one lives in a
business suit six days out of seven, and
~one expects naturally to be more satisfied
in picking out this class of apparel than a
more dressy suit.
Now we Have (jiven Special
Attention to This Line,
And are ready to lelase any one. To see
is to buy. Come in and be one
of the lucky ones.
Solo Agent for Hawes Hats and Dutchess Trousers.
South Carolina College
1805 - 1905
Four Schools: .Arts,
System of Wide Election
Expenses Moderate. Opens September 27, 1905.
BEiNJAfIIN SLOAN, President.
Notice of Finial Settlemienit
I will apply to J. B. Newbory', Pto
b~ate Judge for Pickens county, on theo
icrth day of August for a final settle
Umont of thett estaqte of Sanmuel Jones, 0
de'Ctcase, and asck to bo dismtissedl as1
admifinlistritor. Hl. L. CL AYTON,
July 19), 19105.
Pursuant to an order signed by Hisi
Honor, Ueorgo E. P'rinae', Judge of thel
10th Juudiciail Ciruit, and dlated .June;
9th, 1905, not ice is hereby given to all I
(creditors1 of WViliamn T1. Field, d, cleased, I
to prFovn thlir rclalimsl againsit him~ w~i~im H OS OTNPS
thirty daiys from t be (date of tis ordler SMLSS~OOSBS
or be0 forever barred. TEMRA INN
A. J. BOOGS, GnFedrCdnstEc
Clerk Courit of Common Pleascont, .. GBE AHN O
__ Picken countyb, S. C. GBE AHNR O
College of Chiarlestoni ..
1785 Charleston. S. C. 1905 xoyggcJg
120th year begin September 2:). Lot.
tors, Soence, Enigieering. One A lot of papers. 'onisistinug of notes,
scholarhui p giving free tuition to each duo bills and ohattel mortgages, aggre
county of Houthi Carolina. Tuition $40. gating $1,000, amid all made payiihlo to
Board and furnished room in dormitory me1, have beeni toleni .fronm iy honxe(
$10 to $12 a month. All ca'ndidta for (luring the absence of any one ont the
admission are permitted to compete for premises, andl all persons are horeby
vacant Boyce schiolarships which pay warned~ niot to tradnA for samoe. A liberal
$100 a year. For catalogne address rewvardl will be paid for return of sami
HlARRISON RANDOLPli, President. to meHomo of these papern hear par
- ti payments andi have baeao runninj
FOR 30 DAYS. "lIW 192 .FLNB6 (8
I will cut the price on oak bed steadsll.
All calicoes 5. cents. I~
Goodi Checke S cents.
A .job lot of Men's and Boy's hats fromTet I8 (1 yo.
10 cents up. Lad'e Sikirts 50 cessa.
Brown's Mule to~bacoo 28.1 cents. ~o ivlu g
Just received a car lodd.
Also fresh car Flour, Salt, Mitchell Wagons, Chase
That 20 per cent. discount sale on:Nen's and
Women's Oxfords, Light Summer Clothing and Dry
Goods will continue till Sept. 1 st. Don't niss this
opportunity for bargains.
Folger & Thornley.
Clothiig. Shoes, Hate and Gorta' Furnishings ' 0 bialty, Solo
ngents for Mitclioll WagonH, (Ase City Buggies, Stetsoi Shoes and
Carlaurt's Union-mado Ovoralln.
We are constanitly selling Out
A nd we are constantly buying in
lvery week brings is something- new and seasonabte
to ofIr our customers. Our trade has been good this
spring, and to keep it lively during the hot summer
months we have reduced the price on all summer
goods; and all new goods we are now buying are
bought at prices that we can save you money. We
have no old accumulations to run off, but will sell you
New, Fresh Goods worth every cent we ask for them.
Our Lawns, Swisses and Organdies are the best we
have ever shown. We are offering some big bargains
in Men's and Women's Low-Cut Shoes and Slippers.
You will do well to call on us whenever you need any
thing in Dry Goods, Hosiery, Underwear and Shoes.
A. K. Park, E Greenville, S. C.
Entire Line of Oxfords.
WVe off er our $T1.oo line of Ladies~ and Gents
slippers at 85 Cents and $[.25 line at $1 .oo
Our $i.go ine at $1.25
Men's patent LeaCther and tan's at cut
prices. Conme and see them.
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE,
70) acres of land near iMarieltt , . KU.,
(in P'nmpkmitown road. $l0) per acr.
120) aeres near Travelers Rhest,
joining lands of Mr. Thos. Cunningham. Part of the Butler
Watson old homo. $15 per acro.
Also amall tracts of land, 20 to 50 acres.
WVe have also some very desirable lots near ec y limits. 'These lots are
along the car line-460 each,
THACKSTON & SoN
Greenvile. 3. C,