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5gplISnnD NYarMNI.
-BY
The Sentnel-hOUrlh Company.
THoMPsoN & BEtur. Pao9s.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR.
Subscription $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rutes Reasonable.
Eantered at Plokens Postofilee as Second Oleas
Mail Matter
PICKENS, S. .:
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1906.
Court of Sessions.
The court of general sessions met
Monday morning at 10 o'clock, with
all the officers in their places but
the judge, who had missed a train,
did not Arrivo until the arternoon.
When Judge Aldrich arrived court
convened at 3 p. in. and up to this
evening (Wednesday) at 3 p. m. the
following eases have been disposed
.4:
The State vs. John Henderson and
Tom Vaughn, assault and battery; not
guilty.
The State va. B. H. Howard;- ob
taining goods under false pretense;
nol prossed.
The State vs George Copeland as
sault with intent to ravish; guilty;
sentenced to twenty-seven years at
hard labor in the penitentiary.
The State vs. Dave Anderson: vio
lation dispensary law; not uruilty.
The State vs. Will Simpson, Bob
McKinney, et. al, sharged with gam
bling, was continued.
The State vs. Drew Attaway and
Drake McConnell; malicious mischiet;
not guilty.
The State vs. J. D. Moore; viola
tion dispensary law; not guilty.
The State vs. Babe Pitts, murder,
is now occupying the time of the
court and the jury is out on the case
as we go to press. (Sentenced to 7
in the penitentiary. .
- Several familiar faces are to be
seen in the court room, notably, P.
A. Porter, the court crier, and Jor
dan Brzeale, bailif.
Several lawyers from neighboring
counties are present among whom
are three familiar faces, that of Capt.
A. Blythe, Hon M. 10 Ansel and A.
C. Welborn, all from Greenville.
Presentment of the Grand Jury.
STATE OF SOUrH CAROLINA,
County of Pickens.
To His Honor, James Aldrich,
Presiding Judge.
We, the Grand Jury, of the County
aforesaid beg leave to submit this our
final presentment for this term of
court.
1st. We have passed upon all bills
handed to us by the Solicitor and
have rendered such findinjgs as in our
judgment the evidence warranted.
2nd. We have, through a committee
of our body, visited the poor farm,
jail and other public property, and we
find that the paupers are receiving
enough, to eat, but we find the farm
in a dilapidated condition, also the
buildings in a dilapidated condition,
and we recommend that same be
made so as to give it a more home.
like appearance for those who have a
home there. T.he jail we found in a
fairly good condition.
3d. We have appointed a commit
tee of our body to examine the books
and offices of the various county of
ficers, such committee to consist of
the Foreman, J. S. Wilson, 3. C. Gar
rett and 0. T... Martin.
6th. We are pleased to note such
short terms of the criminal court in
this county, and especially such few
cases tried at this term of court, and
desire to thank the Presiding Judge
and other officials in court for cour
tesik ztended to us.
J. 8. Wilson,
Foreman.
.Calhoun Dots.
The fatimers have commenced to do
some farm'work.
Mrs.. Robert Cochran is sick at
this writing.
Mr. George Lawrence has bought
a mew b'uggy.
Miss Cora Madden Is sick with
pneumonia.
Miss Essie Jones, whbo has been
teaching a flourishtug school at Loag
Branch, visited hiowefolks Saturday
and Sunday.
hrs. J. II. Lawrence is visiting
her son Mr. W. R. Lawrence near
Fokens this week.
*Iorn unto Mr. and Mrs. Back
famsay a few days ago, a fine boy.
Miss Laura Lawrenice who has
beep visiting in E~lbrton, Ga., has
returned home. Mark.
Men Past Sixty in Dauger.
ofre than half mankind over sixty
~ssof age suffer from kidney and
bder disorders, naually enlargement
o tretrate gland. That is bothi pain
!iJand dangeroits, and Foley's Kidney
'sare should be taken at the first sign of
dgras 'it corrects irregularities and
ija ~~ many old men of this disease.
A~.~ey utet of Rook.Port, Mo.
pn tfered.with' enlirged pros.
Wad and kidi'ey trouble for yeoars
4tehtking two bottles of Foley's
Ctre K fdel better : than I have,
~tgt years although I am now 91
~~0~l~PloQens Drug (Jo. B. F.
f4idoOotih Syrup-the one that
of eahatioon hebowels-is
a nieHoney and Tar. It
I h1old from the system, ents the
dutig1 the throat, strengbtens the
emnobranes of $he fronchial
~ ~drelieves e roup, whooping
bt O.ildren love it. Sold by
*eed -your hair; to~bish it;
give It somethlng .o live on.,
Tl1n it will stop.alling, and
will grow long and heavy.
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
hair Vidor
hair food you cani buy. Fot 60
years it ias been- doingly just
what we claim it will do. it
will not disappoint you.
M ylsti y ra ici toh fi-vr y 816rt c it ti., i t
11i g n .(r,im l cIL41V It i It ...s: . 11u 1-~lii
kThrl,c 11 I O cill i :clt111- Ic o- .'
11 Ott t NIIsc iti t tivI. ~ .
Alcitsa. .. I Co1ll).
Short Hairj
Looper Locals.
L. F. Hughes has been sick for
Phe post week but is better,
Hattie May the little daughter
>f W. T. Smith is impioviug after
6 severe case of pneumonia fever.
Miss Anna Hughes visited M ise
Minnie Hill one day last week.
Miss Anna Hughes visited Miso
Eva Hendricks one day last week,
Miss Eva certainly knows iQw tc
ntertain her friends.
The new school building of thi
Qolenoy District which will be 0O,
lenoy No. 2 will soon be:completed,
An enjoyable pound supper waE
given at Mr. J. J. McConbs' re
cently. Everyone present had a
good time.
Mrs. 1-. A. Freeman has re
turned fror a three weeks visit to
Mrs T. A. Julian. Her health Is
not is good at this writing.
A singing and sociable at Mrs
Millie Hendricks' on Saturday
night was enjoyed by all present.
All the farmers have started their
plows aad have been putting in
good time since the weather hal
been permissable-ten cent cotton
,rop.
While working on Mr. Jahue
Portner's new house last week Mr.
T. S. Williams was painfully hurt
in the eye, a chisel accidentally
[lying while being struck by Mr.
Fortner. The affair was purely
accidental.
Mrs. David Hendricks is much
improved and we hope will soon
be well of her recent attack of
pneumonia. Mr. Hendricks is al
so laid up with the grip. We hope
Lo see him out soon.
The remains of the Rev. Thomas
Looper were laid to rest at Peter's
Oreek cemetery on the 24th ult,
He had been in feeble health for
about two years. The bereaved
ones have the heartfelt sympathy~
of the entire comminunity . The de
ceased was an exemplary Chris.
tian whose daily walk and con
versation is worthy. of imitation.
Mr. Jas. Robinson visited Mr.
W. A. Friddle last week. Jas. is a
student of the Qolenoy Graded
school. Mountain Bov.
W3e experienced farmer,.
has learned that soniw
grains require far differ
eint soil than others ;
home crops need differ
enithandling than others.
He knows that a great
deal depends upon right
planting at the right
time, and that the soil
must be kept enriched.
No use of complaining
in summer about a mis
take made in the spring.
Decide before the seed
is planted.
We~ best time to reme
dy wasting conditions ina
the human body is be
fore the evil is too deep
rooted. At the first evi
dence of loss of flesh
Scott's Emulsion
should be taken 'imie
diately. There is noth
ing .that will t p a ir
wasted tissue more
quickly -or replace lost -
flesh more abundantly
than Scott's Emulsion.
It nourishes and builda
up the body when ordi
nary fo od a absolutely
falL.
We .l# send you a saypke pree.'
Be sure that this
picure Ithe forn
you buy.
SCO T T
CHEMIBSs
4 . 409 Pearl Street
~. NEW YORK
Liberty l 6 er.
A. child of A. Young one amd a
lhalf miles northwest of town *Ar
buypnod to death on the morning of
the'lit instant. The child, it seems,
wa& popping matches when its
clothles caught tire. It ran to its
Mother who. was milking at th9
time. Sh'o emptied the milk on the
child'l clothing but the fire was ex
tingiuished too late as the child had
swallowed the blazo which caused
instant death.
]Rev. Mr. Crawford has been so
riously ill for some time, unable to
illi his appoinutmoits. Anioig
ot hr attending pbysieianis is hi
family j.!Iys3icialn froml LavOnix,
Ga. le is still ill pretty bad
shaph'.
County teacler-' meeting was an
important feature of Saturduy's
bustle which brousht soveral new
faces to town.
It se, ini that some of the farm
era havo come to thi conclusion
that there will not be enough dry
weather to mako a crop judging
from the amount of clay wo see
"sl11(01'ed" up. iettor be cutting
briars and haflaubng litter or road
ing and studying and improving
vour mind and then! put in time
when the righ , timi comes.
The horses'vappera convontion
was a feature of attracticii here a
fow days ago and was well attend
ed. It wits ai noticeable fact that
there were fewer ''btacks of bones"
than in former days.
Rt. . Carter has closed out his
businiess leaving an) emipty store
room inl town for the first time in
(uito a while.
Mrs. D. J. Greer has beei seri
onsly sick but is better.
S. W. O'Dell is now operating
the new rural mail route which is
No. 4. from this placo.
M. A. Boggs has been appointed
iagistrate to fill the unexpired m
orm of S. W. O'Dell.
Demand for houseroom was nev
er greater than at present. This
is a healthy sign. Most any shack
that will keep ont sunshine and
none rain is in demand.
The public roads have dried out
since the snow but the holes are
st,ill there. C.
Just it little Kodol after meals will re
lieve that ininess, b< Iching, gason stom
aheb, and all other sympton of indiges
tion. Kodol digests what you eat, amd
enables the stomach and digestive organs
to perform their functions naturally.
Sol by Piokens; Drug c'o.
PARK R'S
.HAIR BALSAM
% IC~ Olgazie, and Ioautifmo the hair.
NvrFlsto Rev~tGa
Ia to Its Yollthftq l gj l
cut. cl diegag. h air
In~~~ and MI-00at'Drumee
J. P. ATTAWAY
SURVEYOR
J.
NOTARY PUBLIC
.ohnson Street. West of Jail.
.i(Igc Noiien.
I will let the buiildling of a new bridge
on Crow Creek on road leading from
Daniel Aloxand~or's to Koowee church on
Saturday, March 3, 1900 at 2 p. mn. Plans
and specifleations~ shown on that (lay.
J. P. Smith, Co. Oom.
I CUT PIoIICs:
This week -it is -plowvs 41. Brown's F.
Mule tobacco. Prices in the store.
Shorts for feeding.
A lot of Cooking Stoves at cut prices.
I pay cash for prodnce.
.T. D. HIARRIS,
TgeP PiceCutter.
rops That Convin
We will convince you that you
can "increaso your ylelds per acre"
andl you won't have to keep it a so
eret, either. nead what Messrs.
wherry & Son, of the Magnolia
Pruit Farm, Durant, Miss write:
on whic 1e00 pouinds otrf eris
Vlrglma.Caroina Pertillies
e r acre were used. we cleared a
roothef 7.0 prrsacre more than
kwhih had ,onl 500 pounds of this
ttty of these fortilisers on each acr No
of any orop. and morre than doubly
inacrease our yields or aore." Bo
lia rtilluo nly rgro-Cro
VirgIna-Caretina Chemical Ce. - the
Rlichmoud aVa. A tlanta, Ga. - setti
Durham'.N.'0. Montgomey Ala.S~
Parleston, 8.0. Mompis.' Tnn. mfisi
Dtimore, Md. shreveport, La.
IFi
pol
~h1~I~is e
chil
SAW MILL. o
I,e MI3DIUNM AND IIBAVY har
WOOD-WORKING MAClIINRtY b
FOR EVERY KIND OF WORK Li
ENGINES AND B01Ji13
AND SIZES AND WOR flV~RVy
CLASS OF seRVICE,.a
live
ASK FOR OUR BSayMATB BEPORS org
. PL.ACING YOUR 0o10u, cur
IBBES MACH IN ERY COMPA NY IN
COLUMBIA, S. A ber
any
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beea
in use for over 30 years, has borne the signatnre of
. and has been made under his per.
sonal supervision since its infancy.
64w, 5Z*7Allow no one to deceive you In this.
All Counterfeit&, Initations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
1nints and Children-Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare..
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
coutains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcetle
substande. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoa and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Vonstipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea-The Mother's Friend.
CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Ih Use For Over 30' Years.
WSa asUTaWN An~Wn? Eaunay evas.?, maW Venn erV.
JAMES M. GANTT,9-."
Practical Blacksmith, Wheelwright AND
Woodworkman. Scientific horseshoer.
Bring your horses to me to be shod right.
I fit the shoe to the foot, not the foot the shoe
I HAVE COMPETENT WORKMEN AND CAN REPAIR
YOUR VEHICLES ON TIME.. CAN DO ANYTHING IN
THE IRON AND WOODWORKING LINE . . . .
All of our work is Guaranteed. . Your patronage solicit
ed and appreciated. Respectfullly,
JAMES M. GANTT.
CARTER, Prem. W. H. enAPMAN. vice-Freg. H. C. SIILECY, Cashier.
LIBERTY BANK
LIBERTY, S. C.
CAPITAL, - - $25,000.00~
PROFITS, -* - 5,474.48
DEPOSITS .53,254.00
DIRECTORS
B. MORGAN, w.. T. O'DELL, J.. CARTER1 J. II. JIROwN, II. C. SilIRLEY
V. HI. CHAPMAN, '4. T. CASTLEBIERRY, Pres. First National Bank,
Gainesville, Ga,, J. N. MORGAN, Pres. Bank of Central,
J. P. SMrmH, Pres. Liberty Cotton Mill.
~ireat Reduction.
All our entire stock will now be sold at a great reduction
prices and if you have not bought your overcoat, suit or
nshig goods, now is a good time to save money,
Take advantage of this drop in price before some else
ps ini ahead of you and gets the plum.
Free Cleaning and Pressing of all clothing made in our
:rehaat Tailoring Department.
L. Rothschild.
Lole agent for H-awes I-4ats and Dutchess Trousers.
tice oftFinal Bettlemnent Pol h ol vrwr orfe
will apply to 3. B.3. Newberyon1anijoftebnngoaCico
mate Judge for Piekens county, onthtrinwihnalSihulrdp
14th day of March 1908 for a Ana lutherlvytmoeha v
sment of the eutate of Williamtmethsnihrro- 800ppl
nore, deceased, and ask to be dis- ed impluoai 1(~i~g rn
ed as administrator. sm vt eicl iplign
3. 8. Sizemore. tc.Eeyoeo hiecie fpc
)b. 14, 1906t4. Administrator. mnarsitdIo ic~ a ol
uberiain's Congh Remedy the Moth1)lfuiCog end.Agotmy
or's Vavoyst. h i vr o* ofa nuoi
'soothaing and healing properties aewdditrYbylipomtuef
his remedy, its pleasant taste anidtisrncv.''oflowgisai*
np6 and permanent curce havo madsne o hstr:"'onmo a o
favorite with people-every where. Ib adI ao fC'mcli' og
specIally prized by mothers of snmllRodyad peillfrcl.Inli
dren, for colds, oroup and whoopingflna.I owttitcrdm(lgh
as It always affords quick relief ir aro Evm ouadIteiv
as it ontains no opum or othe' ae e iewii-sm a hrfaoe
nful drug, it may be given as con ftit- pemna"W ) icx o
thy toa baby as to ani audult. For salo a3NwYi.Sldb ikisDu
Plokens Drug Co, adT .I'~s o and T. N. HunterLbry
ertyr*
'or nlIousness and Sick Headache.idgetotaeol1DyppiCu.
'ake Orino Laxitive f'ruit Byrup. It I ilrlee~(U 'o.~.E out
ste the stomach, aids digesticn ohMltN0,sa:"IW ro
acts aS a gentle stimulent on the be vtaCrnoiiioto o eea
rand bowels withont irrit14ing these yus htvrIaeacmdt as
ans. Orino Laxative. Frnit 8yru'perbrSu tmah ltei fm
~s biliousness and 'habitual constip~.ar- n eeaepeao 1mn
1Does not nauseate or gripe andan oyMyduisiecmn Io
dild and pheasant to, tae omom- oai a uoc e niq
the name Orino and refuse to take Oi ummagmn epioni tngt
substitute. Pickens Drug Co., IR. KdlDgat vmtyuctodb
knt, ~se.Pons rng o.h mnn o hcg
Vegetable, iver pills. That
is what they are. They cure
constipation, biliousness
sick-headache. L.7,*ss.'
Want your moustache or beard BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
aeautiuM brown or rich black? Use R &. A C.. M L C .
Discriminating
Buyers
Can be pleased in their shoes if they come
to us. Our stock is large-selected with care.
Selected with the idea that good value makes
and holds customers. if you h-.we not been
buying your shoes from us, try us next time
you need a pair.
Pride & Patton,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
No False Alarm! A
The greatest advance that has been {G
made on any article of merchandise,
has been made on shoes and if you
expect to need any soon, we cali
save you money on the bulk of our
shoes.
Some goods that we have recently
bought, will be higher.
* Don't fail to call on us for the best
Flour at a reasonable price.
Bring us your produce and we will e
help you to KEEP) OUT OF DEBT
and enjoy the liberty of "living at
home and boarding at the same
RESPECTFULLY,
CRAIG BROS..
ONE-PRICE CASH STORE.
Special Cut
Price Sale.
February 19th to March 3rd==2 Weeks
Cut Price Sale
- 33 1-3 PER CENT DISCOUNT
On clothing and Hats. Bargains
in all lines of merchandise.
2 cars of flour. 1 car of corn. 2
cars of Timothy H ay. 1 car fine
Tenn essee mules-J-Iust received.
Special price on flour forl 2 w eeks.
This sale is given to make room
for spring goods.
I have a good line of
CL O KS
Among thefm are the recommendable old style Seth Thomnas
Clocks with weights, which I am selling at special bairgains.
And a I ew line~ of SiIVERWARE. Also solid Gold and
Silver WVATCIES. A nice hno 0of Spe taclos; I guarantee
glassos to fit eye~. All kinds of repalir work in the jowelIry line.
H. SNID)ER, .- - Easley, 8. O.
N. D. TAYLOR, EASLEY,
--- MA K I O F
...THE VERY BEST PHOTOGRAPHS,...
TVho kind that are miad, at the 1yest studios of Ilhe lrrger cities.
The kind t hat will not fa1do. That are, naturljI anId li feik,
and finished 0on the late~st and prettiest cardsi to be, had.
...PICTURES ENLARGED...
Nico line of mn bhlrings noiii roim- i r om. a L m1~ Jfl.T t re r.

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