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E tored April 23, 1903 at Pickens, S. .,as second class matter, under act of Congress of-Mrh8 17
VPICKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA, WEDNESDAY,'AU
WHO IS TillS CITIZEN?
Greenille Paper Says the Dispensarae
Are Furnishing Blind Tigers
Always. Buys a Poor Quality of th
Stuff and as Much -as the
I'be Greenvill , flerall p: ints ti(
Thje reoords of the West End (is
pensary of this city show that one
cutizan of Pickens hats purchased
moure than $100 worth of lititr ai nd
alcohol since tko dispensary of Pick
Ois was voted out. Monday of this
week this citizen iurchased (he full
amount of liqor the dispensor
would 'ell hin, an11d t his pirchwer's
trips to the city have become sIo frts
quaont that thu di. eunser looks for
him fow regularly every other day.
It could inot be learned whether
this purchaser'- patronage was con.
title(d to the West E'Id dispeniary or
not, as the other dispensers in the
city do not know the man. There is
no question but that ti0i liquor
bought in such largo lots is retailed
in l'ickens county, nid there are
other unlawful dealers quially active,
from till reports.
A vell kniwn citize(ns from Pick
ens l cotinty was in 1he city yesterday
and1(1 ell lib d at the Herald uflice. He
tailted that he Coul testify to the
fact that whiikey - as sold ut three
plac(e in the 1own of Pickletis andoll m
imani could piclhase antly amount
from a 10 c nt drink up to live gal
lons The coditionsi -(to rapidly
growing worse, h stated, and hil(
blind tigers had never beIt so ltCive
A former officer of Pickens counjt.
was in the city estcrday and his re
port of conditions W11a1 o mieam
favorablo to tie anti-dispenatilrv
forces. He is authority for tho stato
n101t, that a load of liquor passed
th ough the principal street of the
to %'in of Pickens Monday, ai ( this ib
taitl to be the condition generally.
t is prepostorous to t-upposo this
Pkenls citizeli who buv so much
dispensary 'liquor consumes it him
self0. The only conclaioi to ht
rejlhed then is that it is either pur
chnl.e(d for his friends, whicht is m
crine under the dispensary I.-w, o
elsa ho buys thbe I:quor for retail
Which last explanlatiol is miucl m11on1
phusible than ite former. The
whlsOkey iS pircised in h-tif pint.,,
iIts aind quart packages, and alce.
hiQ is purchased by the gallon.
ft is said that the alcohol punr
cIlised is use.d as a basis for ti n
n1ttnnfacturo of crude liq'ior, whliel
thb buyer himself makes. T1he~ formn
9u for this '-hetad-busting" beveraug<
mstid -to be somet~thing l ike t his: A
g janitity of home miade tobacco i1
bqjj(ed utntil th.. strength is d eawi
096t. The juice thus obtained(5 i
fl~ixed. with a q'iaotity of talcohiol, at
'1yknjownt mtixture to maitke t ho,beta
a gnatt i y of caiyonnei p)0pper andl i
vcry sma.'ll amount of cologne spuiit
* ~ oe is no0 disputing thto fact thai
his 1n~ ttbuyer of alcohol does no1
u it for medicinal purploses, nei~
oL' mantuifacturer himself is authorta
7f' the formuiula. T1heo stuil' thtii
do4 is said to be a very much worr
P'oodiet than one X corn purchaser
A pecumuit aasi a..ous ca; n
man 'ts p~~urchsos at the WVest Eud
dispensary is that ho buys only oni
X corn. If he retails this quiality ol
liquor together wvith tile "pop skull'
of his own minufactoro it 'v'oul ap
poeir that his patrons wore tnot very
particlarlL atiStt (Frily, tand from
the bieaisy buyinug of thiis citizen it
the past fowv days, it aippears that
qIiulmity3 alonie is the buin lg gnes(1
Under t ho illternal rovenitue law~s
at dispeonsor cannot sell to on11 port
chaser-of liquor miore thaiin four gal
bins antd threo quairis at 0one time11
-The P'ickens manu boiht ithe limi
for the last few day~s, anid thie recolid
are authority for this stattomoent.
'Te Public Is Aronsed.
'?Th.q4. pubhlic is arouised to a knowledge
lof the4 enrative merits or thaut groat mod0(
icinal comi Electrie Bitters, for sio
-stomnaett, liver and kidneys. Mary HI
WValters, of 548 St. Clair ave.. Colum
buts, 0 , writes: "For several months
wasl givent np to din. I had fever an<
ngue, my nerves wero wrecked; I eoul,
not sioop. and my stomach was so we,,l
froty utsehcsa doctors' drugs that, I-col,
ntot eat. Moon af ter' beginning to talk
Electrie Blittera I ob'ained vaof, and it
a short time t wvas entirely cuirol.'
Oluaranteed aut ikens Drug Cc
is that we are d
can give the people
Now ve ave
Down in a Soul
and up-to-date stock
half the ianufacture
our custonwrs shall
and they go on sa
value. This is no o
goods, bought for tli
5o,oo inhabitants, a
goods is perfect. T
and will last um
haven't space to quc
an idea of the great
and take advantuge<
Superb line" o)
This is one ofI
state, and for style z
are the output of the
States and to move t
$i 50 SI
W~arning to Mothers.
Toon tchi(1 ea1-1 canilot be Ised witi
"imall oh ldren (iurilng the hot woether
of the t mmer nionths t 1guard agaiust
bonuel ti oubles. As a rnio it is only
nvecessTar 1.41 give the lild a do of
CaHIor oj t) e0rect niy disor lei- of tihe
bOni(a. Do ntll s 1 ali substitmte hie
g ivo tie old-folb ned 41 stor 4, and
teo that it iA fr' shi, as ranid oil 1-utii.o
a'ei aII d has1. a tenldencey to gilipe. 'It
tis d14e0 not 4.hec11k the bowel. givot
Ch - Im e lait's Coic, CholermI amtli U) --
rho 0 rd.y lattd thenl a de' so of 'oi-toer
its'- inacipienlcy taml all danigterI avl ed. l'
T1he caist<(r oil andu t his remedy~l htouald
be prioci ('(d at once0 a nd kept readtuy for
intahnt noe at. stoon01 s iho fir-t indaicat ion
ol' anay 1.c wcd tIr' u blie appoa I s4. TIh Is .i
the10.1 mos to souul tretmtla kntown
antd mfaly nto r-el ied upon1 wi th imipheit
con11fidenii euven in cases'l of chiolera ini
fatutm. jFor sal~a by Pickenis Druzig Co.
Colkred District Conference.
Picke 's, S. C., July 3.L--ltditor
Sent.ine -.Jt'urnal: Allowa~ me to
say through' your valuablo~t paph.-r
tthait the udistr1icl.t onferecelt of theip
Gr1'env illteI Distric.t Coored M\l. l10.
chu11rch :ntil a1. Li berty onl the 26thi
lnst. at ! .30 ''.ok, alccording. Io)
previous arranigemenits. Oi, Tues
dlay night ai grandi( seroniiiu was
preaced~(. b~y Rev. Y. Got del, or
WVillianuito. We~dnaesday at 9 :30
the int;oductory sormlon was
prIeached by Rev. .Armstrontg, of
Grenville. Good sermons were
prechedt by Dr. B. F. Wi1Iher
spoonl, Revs. B. S. A. Williamis, I.
L.-Har'dy and M. MouzAon, P. E~
Among the distinguished viiors
wtir' Dr'. '3. C. Jacob)s, repreiset
itng tho Sunday School Unioaa; Dri.
1. G. Ponn, repreosenting thie Ep,
wc rth LitLeratuare. Many Vipers
and maltuscri11pts were rtead wh 1ich
will be v'ery htelpfuil. This cl...S
out11 the ed -rship, of Rev. M. MI.
Mo uz'/on, who hats wonI nmuy01
friendsl~; his (1epar-I ture is to be
muche reogret ted by al l. I l.:espeai l(
the senitimenit ol ail wheni I say
forCl etorta nin g the ) li confrenc toa '
delightfully. (. TI. Mideri.
P. 8.-P'leas>i allow me) A to en
tioni Rev. 1B. .1. Robinsont~t, aL bIind~
mn. whol prtealched~ one of the
best9 .ermon w111 ever heaV i~rd .
is often ca~iused by sores, ulters and1( (can
Gersl thlat eat aWAy your utldni. Wita. I k
I -dell of Fiat Rock, Mich., says: "'F havo
Li used ltebklen's Ar.nicai Salvo, for Ulcers,
I Soros and Canoria. ]t is the best he~al
'ing dressing I ever fud." Soothes?
, and heals outs, bulrnsi and scalidO. 25o. at
Pink~ dar. ug.. as.... ...r..t..d.
t of our Succes
aily watching for bargains that o
at prices that they appreciate.
it Fw you.
:hern city we bought a comple
of bankrupt goods at about oni
rs cost and we have decided th
iave the benefit of this purchas
le at about one half their actu
d out of date stuff, but brand ne
e spring trade for a city of. abo
nd the style and quality of the
he goods are now on sal
itil they are all sold. NA
te many prices but only give y(
values of this sale. Get rea<
)f this sale, for they won't last lon
the prettiest line of -Shirts in tl
nd fit they can't he beat. Th<
leading factories of the Unit<
iem quick we have put the price
irts for...................... $ i.oo
Si rts fo r...........................--- 75
iirts for.... ....... 50
ENFORCING THE LAW.
Blind Tigers Are Bolder Under Pro
hibition But They Are Being
The P1(ens10-ll colesim!lnt of the
'-f Aug st :, Says:
i;1 '.av Coish I able Ge o lrg" Chn1 p.
noi( ld In lh Maister:4, nh-> is
beliuev t v bel t en inpose..y
lie Tale it .l i f pi ren the ith r day.
I wh s ji h . o tti , y ) he (ji ini tne
waslIP gien~ atii aigi do th eg oft
ein beer.ill It ) is ii lthath recl
be inkt ii h-urlf bi w ever. 'in Saturday
it It wa o t.voo ut guilt forI somedo
penrede bti-r ~oil Vnnisser~ Lovis
soi ine etionethima abou the aet
ofet iand1 Paoc o taidu tehad. no recd
tollec tiof it wha t.evier..Tequs
tion) of ghuily of o giultyi waf asked11
w113 hie towlead. Whe facet withtii
.15 the tw is, Pace d theust
ho iuttle iso thingu in thel roeorti
buet hat he wasth s run that1 he had
no cl ton of it. mo po wats fondd
htnfortis apernc t. nt he Otber
gi .term t to f t St0 ate co ut. iry
A L ther ii1( wel tori liudtl younga
liigi nearg liien was boug into ii
litaIis6 ltra t ie , arii' offiit ystH erd
o te cargehit o viltionii ofi weht oi
pany.9 nar town ith ano)therlf~ yout.
mawho~ i) t hav iee conviced to the
Cin e riad by a stte~ cotabley
r a life-time-tli
S i"t lot " ie"'o are "ll""t 3)0
silims and regulars, anid the
$6.oo Pants at only $
5.00 Pants at only
4.00 Pants at only
3.50 Pants at only
te 2.oo Pants at only i
1-50 Pants at only
at 1.25 Pants at only
e, i.oo Pants at only
al Y.)u will Imiss 11 bargail if yo
w Big lot of Collars wort
Lut 25c Socks for 15c. i
3e 35c and 50c Socks foi
le Nice line of 50c ties t,
re Silk st!'ng ties 15c, o
>U 25C all Linen Handkc
ly ioc Handkerchiefs on
g. 5c Handkerchiefs on
In this sa1o we havo about fif
ladies'8hoca aul Oxford-, ranq
p(r pair. Those shoes are mad
1C the United Stateq, and the sizes
-Y. $4.50 and $5.00 Shoe
xl 3.50 and 4.00 Shoe
)>n 3.oo and 3.50 Shoe
3.50 and 4.00 Oxfo
1-75 Shoes at $1.25.
1-50 Shoes at 1.oo.
1.00 Shoes at 75.
1be tino and stand th9 stiate a law.
suit on it. He was ioided for hip
appoarance at The fall term of court.
Thisi same youIng inuzi worked and
vote d fagf-inst the dispensgary in order
L , r-move teImIptati on, he ISaid. The
yolnrg man's fn e is Will Smuith.
Commnissionler Lewi., was asked if
ihre is not considerable more 1 doing
.n his e tirt siaeo he disenusary
was1 closed, Whle)eupo he0f st0atedti t hat
.i dloubted if there wasH anyI m~ore ii
:cit whiskey sol than when: the dis
bensary wasn in operationl from: the
~act~ hat th di4 lsperm.ary was a cloaki
, lhe illicit 4daalorI. Since the r.
nolOVc of h dispensary it is ai very.
may matter ror a conislable to "shiiino
be eyes of a tiger, ' 31s 1h has becomol
N~othliung on the Market Equal to Cham-.
TIhis fact is well kniown to druggists
wvorywhiere, uand nin11 out or ten willE
ivo thir3 ctom1LOlers this piraatioll
when(1 the h-.'st is askod for. \'lr. 0b1
WVitmvr, a prominent druggist of .Joplin,
Un. in a circubr'i to his cutstomersi.I
miys: 'There' is nothing otn the mnarket,
i the' way of patent mfedicinea whiich
'( ials CJhamnberlailn Colio, olilerat and(
I )iarrhmaa Remedly for~ bowel 'tom plaints.
'We ~h sellI nOrcommenQd tis prpaa
ion." F"or salo by Pickonis Drug Co.
1t Receipt for Slander or How to
TIake a grain of falsehood1, a~
ibandful of runabtoult, the same1
inanitity of nlimble tongue, sprig
>f 11)0 herb of back-bito, a tea
ijpooinful of '"don't you tell it,'' Aix
:1lop of mii1cv, ii few drachmsa of
mnvy; add1( a little discoenrt and
jalousy', strain through at bag of'
micons11 tuctionl, cork it ill in1 a
bottle <-f maevolebnce andi hang it
in ai hot aitmosphere; shake it oc
'asi n~al ly for ai few dIays angd it
w ill be fit for use. Let a fow d1rops8
be taken before waliking outL and(
theo desired resu1ltvill follow.
Howji Cnnum (lion beginsu
(onumrpion ii arays besgins wzth a
3(oughl that lingers A cough thamt hlangs
utd will not yield to the uanal0 treatmenlt
ilay : .ot me1 ani consump~i)tion - bunt too
>ften it does1 mean1 tils dead1( destroyer
Eas gaine (1 a footing Rypale's (1 o u g hi
ElIixir is very suiceful 11 checking the0
progrnsa of throat andi itung diseases
I~~ven consumimdtioun yields~ to its pmowerfu.
nfluence, if its u1s0 is hogan hefore th101
iiseaan is too (deep seated. Th'1is modern
cOientific remedC~y, kills the germs that
sauiso consumptionl. Its removes tha
ansel* and( helps natturo rebuiild tile brokeni
ilown tissuO. If you hlave at stubbmorn
cough, try Rydalo's Cough Elixir, it wil
naot diannnt yun
i. greatest sale
1r of P"ants (if ail kinds, stouts,
Sw)i'Lt last long at 11he price.
11 fail to get a pair of thean pants.
[15c to go at 1oc or 3 for 25c.
5c Socks for loc.
go at 25c and 38c.
2 for 25C.
rchiefs only I5c.
'eon hunudred pairs of men's and
jing in prico from $1 00 to $5 00
e by the leading manufacturers of
and)uI stvile are porfect.
s at $3.50.
sat - 2.85.
s at 2.00.
LOW PRICES -
They Appeal to Onr Sympathies.
TheL biflinlos anjd dysmpoptic are con
shiit. 6uiffer'.-rs 111(1 appeal to our syi
pathios. Theire is not one of them,
however, who maty not. he lrouglit, biek
to health1 111 iuppineosm bV the tse of
)lmham 1be hin's Stoumeh and Liver T1db
lIts. Tuw t 1b t invigoratt, I he
stomac a111n1d liverd s1111 litronLgIlhen thl.
digetion3. ''hiey al(so rieglt. the bOW
els. For salle by Pikons Drug Co.
UJ 011 4.0 Un-J-A -y7
s ats and Dutchess Trousers.
,4 Wide Election
Opens September 27, i9(
ENJAfIIN SLOAN, Presidi
Thle term "D]yspepsia"' meansa the lack
so pepsinl in thle stomahil. Ind(igestionl
if rightly uised when ever tihe food is not
prop)lerly dig. ested re~gardl ess of. the cau~so.
it isimmaiite'rial, w~1hl r I you cll your
ailment Dy).spepsia or Iindigestionm whlen
are0 guarante~ed to Cenro all hflma of
sitomahLh tronble. BI~y a trial Blox,
(pmrice 26) ets.) anid be ,onIvinIced.
The Easley Trolley Line.
A uueeting of citizens9 will be
hold( at Piercitw o nl i August 15*t
inI the inltoreist of the Anderson
Easley trolley3I lo. Thluis mee!tinug
ago, liut Cevera~l of tho par ities
18) iprelJenj 1 ut t)lie timIll oimiod ..n
alCCollt Of 3 ri'v 1oll elggl11011 s.
At thle meeOting'. onl the 15th Dri.
Cougblhin, Mr .J. A. Brock and
others~ of AndeIrsoni, D r. Fr'ank
Smith and ot hers of Ea:sley, will he
pr~oent, and( all porson~s ilnt cested
along the line of the proposed
r'oad~ arre asked to be0 present. It
will bo a buisiness meetinig andl( tho
p)ropositlion hias been1 ( dicussed1for
somel( timel, and~i it is to be hoped
the meeting may lead to something
defhiito. 'rhe proposed road wvould
traverse one of the best sections of
country to be found anywhere,
aind would still further develop
Pickens ever knew.
In order to make this sale interesting for the
adies we are offering some special bargains in
Winte 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 1-2C, 20C, 25c and 35c White Goods to
ro at 15c.
One lot 35c Champ. col. to go at 25C.
Pino Crepe, all shades, 25c and 35c, to go at 19C.
Big drive in all wool Batiste, only a few colors
rey, tan, old rose-from 65c to 35c.
We haven't space to quote more prices, but the
calping knife his cut deep.
Wtillintery oods Cut in Iaalf.
This is one of the biggest millinery seasons that
ie have ever had, and we feel very grateful for your
atronage 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
redit, and will spare no pains to please you.
A L Hair Renewer
Makes the hair grow long and heavy, and keeps It soft and glossy.
Stops falling hair and cures dandruff. And It always restores
color to gray hair. Sold for fifty years. "I. ,It X
FATH E R S
this il ie to e
Doss your baok ache? Have
highly co.ord? Thesear
sure sin of kidny disese
DR. MoGEE'S BACKACE
AND EIDNEY CURE.
Sold0 and reliomene byPc nsDu Co
Scwuad get Bno.r mon.
ton p oths taerrbis. repj
EN yardsuof cloh andia mileho
thread tsnheathe wholeystoryboy.
gist's. 00 andanda btilt.hes.
Sol ad ecamndd bihy Pceer rfsmnsi Co.
TFrthe ofa clthndhe mikseaof
life'of th' ewoe suitepu or of ah
LgooL detilstan byo seacoui
ane mapegty ceveryctsangsoid wto
mae cltespeatne righ a the
Suthea than his, e ook mouli
liof thure maktepes allote oi~rncte
Lbete deail hament coud ia
wgie o handta cse becauly the lknow
ihee' onte btton and eronn sap gof
thge lapel allte neveythia ng thaos d course
the mone aperae of an oattern le
Some ofourSui suanTo Catfle 2., ther prpr5 andldi0.
ofead oka at uvemksem.heciI~cc
bet 120 a . bain gtrmetada
a B..gmea sa ENVLLk..