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The Sentinel-Journal Company.
TuomrsoN & RICHEr. Pnors.
J. L. 0. THOMPSON, EDITOR.
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Advertising Rates Reasonable.
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PICKENS, S. .:
WEI)NESDAY, APRIL 25, 1906.
ly .ohn T lloggs, observer, Licerty, S. C,
44 Character of
-3 tho day.
15 75 5 0 Clea
16 69 49 0 Clear
17 68 46 0 Clear
18 75 41 0 Clear
19 79 43 0 Clear
20 82 -1 0 Clear
21 83 51 0 Clear
Pickens Wins First Game.
Defeated Easley Last Thursday by a
Close Score of 5 to 3
In a fast and snappy game of ball
on , the local play lot last Thursday
the Pickens Invincibilos won a hard
fought victory over the aggregation
from Easley. The resultof the game
was in doubt until the last man was
down and out. rho features of the
game was the three fast doublo plays
and the all round playing of the Pick.
ens team. Lang Sheppard tooet the
rubber for Easley and pitched a nic(
game fanning twelve men, while
McFall dolivered the horsehido foi
Pickens in league style, twelve battert
falling victims to his bondors.
Batteries: Easloy, Lang Shoppord
and Mullinax; for Pickens, MCFall
These two teams Will clash again
in a few da3s on the Easlej
diamond and a good game is ex
pected by the fans. The Easley
team stung by the defeat at the hand&
of the Inviucibles will try to blot out
the stain, white the Pickons nine
will endeavor to administer the sain
dose. The fine umpiring of Con
grossman Legare, of the Charleston
District, attracted the attention of
the Pickens fans anld tho toilmj, and
he will be asked to handle the Indi
cator all the time.
A Heoalng Gospsl.
The Rev. J. C Warren, pastor of Sha
roll Baptist church, Belair, (Ga., says of
Electric Bitters: "'It's a G*odsqend to
mankind. .It cured me of lamo back,
stiff joints, and compllleto physical col
lapse. I was so weak it took mc hlalf an
hour to walk a mile. Two bottles of
Electric Bitters h~avo made mc so strong
that I have just walkod throc miles in 0
minutes andt feel like I could walk throc
miles more. It's mado a ne0w man11 ol
me." Greatest remedy for weanetss
of stomach and all kinds of liver and
kidney comp1llaits. Hold unlder guaran
tae at Pickens Drug Co. Prico 504,.
Card of Thanks.
Editor Sentinol Journa!:
Please allow mo1 space0 in y'our valu
able paper to express my' thanks to
the good peOple of the community and
my kind neighbors for their loving
attention and kind hoip dutring the
illness and deathl of myl) kind old
Mother. May God's riches t bhI4 sin
ever be theirs.
Mr s. F. M. Rogers
Meni Past SIxty ini Danger.
More than half mankindl over sixty
years of ago suffer from kidney and
blaldder disorders, usually enIlargemnen t
of prostrate gland. That is both pain
ful and dangerous, atad Foley's Kidney
Cure should be taken at the lirst signl of
d1anger, as it corrects irregullarit ies and
has1 cured many oldl men1 of this disease.
Mr. Rodney BurneI)tt of 11ock Port, Mo.
writes: "'I suffered with onlharged pros. I
trato gland and kidtey troublo for yealrs"
and after taking two bottles of Foley's
Kidney Cure I feel better than I have
for twenty years although I am now 91
yearsold." Piens Drug CJo. R. F.
Who is the Man?
To the voters of Pichens County:
Who is the man that is wvell qualified
to fill the office (of County (Commiis.
sioner? Is it a man wh~o can hard
ly write his name? WVho does not
know the multiplication tabla by
heart, and has no voice in anything
* learned, and who seems to have a
-veil over his face? N >! It is all a
mistakt 1 We need one who is a
* .business man, a man of education
atnd one who knows roads and whlat
to do to them and how to do it. One
who einl do and will do, one who
* knoii a .hat to do and how to (10 it-.
where to spend the coun~ty's money
~d when. A Voter.
)o't deceive yoturself. If yon have
Silption take Kodol Dyspopsia Cure.
Zdei lieve you. Rev. W. E. Hlooutt,
,j~ ~ tb ills, N. 0., says: "I was troul
barouio indigestion for several
,J)tver I Ilte seemed to cause
bur stomach, fhatiering of my
A~ Eneral depression of mind
~ A, ?* ?'- axilst recommend Ko
O~vd me. I an now
y ep soundly at night,
ueiat, Sold by
Impure blood always shows
somewhere. If the skin, then
boils, pimples, rashes. If the w
nerves, then neuralgia, ncrv- an
ousness, depression. If the p
stomach, then dyspepsia, Ul
biliousness, loss of appetite. gi
Your doctor knows the t
remedy, used for 60 years. 'Y
" Ielitrntig froi the Cuibati war. I was a p
lenlt was gono. lilt it low bottles of Ajar's
Sarsaparila completoly curet mo."
. U. DOWn LiU, Scrauton, Ila.
2 100 a bottie. .. 0. AVItI co..
Adjhs for m ~~'
Aid the Sarsaparilla by keeping the a
bowels regular with Ayer's Pills. (
Marriage of a Popular Couple.
On W edneaday evening, April 18tl,
at 8 o'clock the attractive conntry
home of Mr. and Mirs. R. F. Wyatt.
near Easley, wns the scenew of a pit t.
ty home weddieg, when ilieir f.:-:rth
daughter, Ruth, nas married to .\lr.
J. Leo Pool, of Greenville, S. C.
The coremony was performi d I
Rev. H. L. Powell, pastor of iho M.
'. Church, in his usual imupremsivc
The bride, a handsoino II imtte,
was becomingly d ressed inl wh i.it..
After receiving the congr.a tuItioIs
of their frieids the guests wero, 11311
ored into the dinning room, ahcr
on legant supper was servcd.
The bride is an except.ionally youn g
lady, has niany friends hero, where
13ie has lived sinco early girlIou I a'id
all w' ishIi her rnmuch hanppiness in hem
Mr. Pool is to he congrattulated on
his choice of a life companion.
The groom is the eldost sol of Ma
jor Joe Pool, of Poliham, S. C., and
is a young man of fino clharacit r and
extra ability in his chosen profoai'.
Easley, S. 0, April 19th.
Ciros oClde Provents Pneumcila
Theo Ilent P'llytic.
Whon yon Want at physio that in mild
and gentle, easy to take a1nd cert.iin to
act, atlwautys u1so Chambelaiin's St..m'ifllh
and Livor Tablets. For s:lo by Pickens
Drug Co. and T. N. Ilintlor, Liberty,
TIhe health of t he c'ommnity is
very good att present.
Farming is the order of t ho day.
Mr. James Powers spent Friday
and Saturday at the home of J. (G:
lauldin on his way home from Spar
Mr. ThomaslIR MrI. G arrett retrned10(
to Atlant a aifter speading a week wit~h
-Miss Mary Garrett rspent Friday -
anid Satturdaiiy at homio.
Mr. 1'icken returanod ti Wee'in-n
stor Sunday a fter sp~ending two
iimont hs with his sor, Gordon P'ickens,
Afrai ort Nrozag Mecin aes.
M:mny people suffer for yearms from C
rhioumatic p1 lainis, iand prefer to do) so -
rathier than tako the strong med.i sines
usual11ly given for rhientumtism, not know
ing that qictk relief from pa in may be
Pain Balm and without, taking any me di
eino interina )y. F'or sale0 by P icke'is C
Druig CJo. and .1'. N. Ihunter, 'L~iberty..
They never* gri or sicken, but
rcleanso and strengthien thle 8tom-teC', liver
Fand bowels. Tht:a is the universal vor
liot of t he many thlousumis who um o D o
Wilt's Little EarlyV hiseis. T1hzeso fit
nous little pitlx l re O '(zlev dche, 01on1
t ipaitioni, biilliousness, jauntidiee. torpid
tor, 5:allow coimpllexio n, oe, Try i t tIe
'Carly' R isors. Sold by ickensI1 Drnug (Co.
it tIi iue a W~kinag easy. ('iires('onus, nil ioi,
ii nriugists suul!'i So 'S , .>'. no't 1e(ept
i Itil N.t u FV . A trssAIe . )
A tickling in the throat;
hoarseness at times; adeep
breath irritates it;--these
are features of a thr oat
cough. They're very de- '
ceptwve and a cough mix- I
ture won't cure them.
You want something that
will heal the inflamed
membranes, enrich the L
blood and tone up the
system ... .. ..*. ... c.
isjust such a remedy. t
It has wvonderful healing A
and nourishing power.
Removes the cause of
the cough and the whole
system is given newv
strength and vigor .-. .
Send for free sampleI
SCO TT & BOWN E, Chemists, I
4/09-415 Pearl Street, New rork
sor. and $1.oo. All drugglius
okens Small Boys
Down Liberty Team.
A ragged and one sided gane of
so ball was played on the Liberty
11mond last Wednesday, botween
o third Pickeun tom ntid the third
borty nino. The Liberty bunoh
ts completely out of the running
d at no stage of the play was the
ckens tosseors in danger of defeat.
largo score of 19 to 8 was piled up
,ainst the LibErty team, showing
) fine for Invincibles Juniors. Con.
essman Legare, went down with
to boys and held the indicator. io
as greatly amused at some of the
laying esp(cially that of Liberty.
The Yellow Fever Gerim.
as recently been discovered. It bears
cloo resemblauce to tho malaria germ.
o free the system from the germs of
isense, the most effootivo remedy is Dr.
iug's New Lifo Pills. Guarantoosi to
Lre all diseases duo to naliria poison
ad constipatiion. 25o at Pickens Drug
The New Cough Syrup-the one that
ots as a mild cathartio on the bowels-is
Conlnedy's L-lxative Honey and Tar. It
xpelm all cold from the system, outs tho
4hlegm out of tho throat . streng hteus the
imcouis Intmb rmw,*A (f t' o brontchial
ubes, and relieves croup, Whooping
uigh, etc. Obil-Iron lovo it. Sold by
The soothing and IAling properties
f this remedy, it4 pmlasat tusto and
lromtpt an1d Iitliit c1r, 14 havo made
t a favorite withIi peoplo everywhero. It
m especially pr-ized by mothers of small
-hildroll, for colds, croup and wheoping
mngh, as it ilwaiys iilords quick relief,
md at4 it contaitns no opium or other
bariful rthug, it may b1e given as coufi
len i ly to a ) 1by as to an aui ilt. For sale
ly Pickens Drug Co, and T. N. Hunter,
This is to certify that all druggist nre
iuthorized to refund your money if Fo
ley's Honey and Tar fails to cure your
.-ongh or cold, It stops the cough,
beals the hugs and prevents serious
results from colds, Cuires l grippe
!ough and previts puntionia and con- t
tumplition. Contais 110 oiates. The ti
gleuine1i is a yellow package. Ref use all
uibtitute-i, Pickens Drug Co., It. F.
NloTni-:, GuAY's Sw oai:T P4wiN::S F (I'un,t uu-:N.
SucceessfiIly u te o by M-ther Gray, 1urse ill
he hihr l haneei I ll in New York. ('ire Vever
its, 14,11 st'ainaeIh. Teet hina h)iMorDIrs,niv
1ui regiitto the 1 owe ils Duud Iestroy Worixi. 9
tver 30.(AX) teW th tita1 11. They nevral . .\ t all
.)rlggiss, *!i5t. Snualile tree. Ad dltle .\lleln S.
limII.ted, be. Roy, N. N'.
I havo an attractive paint proposition
)r you: if you intend using any, come
11 and lets talk p.int. Lt coImer cans,
pints and 1 gallon. All colors.
I want buer ndil egga.
T1. D. HARRIS.
ALL KINDS OF
The Lasley In
>fhEasley, S. 0., is
3apable to insure
uny kind of risk.
Life, Health, Ac
er and F~ly-wh eel
ul1 classes of .Fire
al attention g'iv
n to country bus
ness as well as
ownf and city.
We represent 14 z
nd insure any
.in.1 * Give your n~
usiness to us andgc
e will save youD
E. P. McCravey.
A. C. Pinckney. 701
re l ohse ad itiin Thowth.
itdsrfromithe -s uh Bloey. Ae
Srou all -ogh se II e
O.a DeWom te f0. o. U. 8.
~Sod by Pbottnln.,.
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
AVegetable Prep aration forAs
similating ixeFoodandReg ula
ig (he Stomachs and Bowelsof Bears the
ness and Rest.Contains neitlier
Opium,Morphtine nor 1fineral. o
NOT NAnC OTIC.
Ron, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea
ness and L --188 O F SLLEEP. 9
PacSimiito Stgaie of'
EXACT COPY OF WRA PPER.
AS OPA RIA
I have a nice lot of Fashionable Millinery of all the latest pat
Arns, right fresh from the fashion centres. Call and inspect
s line. You'll be pleasedl with it.
A full and complete line of Spring Dress Goods, Dry Goods
ad Notions, all of which will be sold at living prices.
See me for anything you need. I carry a complete line of
eneral merchandise and can save you moncy.
A share of your patronage solicited.
E. C. SUTH ERLAND, OcIS.C.
$ A. K. Park, Greenville,
EC.-Dry Coods, No- N
* -tions and Shoes
I havWe are now showing the lagest and t
* most stylish, up to datrestook of new
A Spring Goods that we have over shown.
. Time and money was spent in select- o
ing this stock, and we do iot beitato to
state that oe wvill g've the best values
for the Name 1mone10 that 0can ho had1 any
where. Whe you trade at Park's stor,
you protect your pooket-hook. That i
wvhy our customers stick to usn. We
pdyou the bet of store service, and
ou goods must be what we say they are
$ or your money givou buck. Our show
in fwool dress good. is noe-Greys*
are very popular also Slks, Mohair,
# Cashiuer and Serges-from cheap to
# fine goods. Our Black goods are al
ways full weO dare not let I hem ! un down.*
Our White goods, and printed lawns
$ are so complete that wo cannot tell of
them. Our prices onl those~ goods fmim
5 cents to 50 oents. Our shirt iind un
derwear depaurtmnt is full of the best
values we ever had.
* Ladies vests, 5, 10. 15 and 25 cents.
Men's "est4, 25 & 50 ots, can't be beat.
* See our Mon's 50 ots shirts and you
Mons and Ladies Oxfords to auit your #
# Sailepmen, Mr. Thomas I/gon and Mr.*
p. Horny MlcKinney.
West End, Greenville, S. C.*
.ouls Copel-Proprietor Dixie Bargain IHouse has got
iis SPRING CLOTHING-Neckwear, Shoes, Shirts-Big- I
it and best line I have had.
dice counterpaines and nice table cloths.
lens Slippers-Patent leather, tan, cloth-any kind you
~iggest and best line I have ever had-try me once and
Iwin always trade here-I sell for one price-that the low
and always for cash-you need Clothing, Shoes, Slippers
the May meeting. Come and see me and I will treat you
best I can. Satifaction guaranteed or money returned
all line of boy's and Youth's fine clothing at right prices.
Proprietor Dixie Clothing House
. H-arris is still in business at the same old stand by him
f. "Come aro4'nd and get some bargains in general mer
buadise, but don't all come at once. I will sell your a
24 pound sack of good flour for 50 cents. And all
other things according, minus Meat and Dried Fruit
which is as high as Haman was hung. Irish potato
. seed, Bliss, Early Rose, Burbanks and Beauty of
Hebron, by the peck at any old price.
. FR H ARDRIS Bw Himel.
4."A M.~ IIs ~e
TTunes T 1:,dahe
Sold for 60 years. . 0
lant your moustache or beard DUCINGHA .9-bE
beautiful brown or rich black? Use ing on. or vaueoun a a.. c-A . M
'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 have not been
buying your shoes from us, try us next time
you need a pair.
Pride & Patton,
GREENVILLE, S. C.
)EPOSIT WITH LIBERTY BANK!
Ten cent cotton has put lots of money in the country.
Vlany people have been robbed and killed for their money.
3afe blowers have tried the
mnd failed to get the money. Delays are dangerous. Open
mn account with them today and your money wili be safe.
Interest paid on time deposits.
H. C. Shirley, Cashier.
$i.oo will open an accouit with the Liberty Bank.
Is gone and lovely Spring time is
here. To feel comfortable we must
shed our winter garments and ar
ray our selves with things suitable
for the season. We are well pre
I pared to satisfy the lady that is seek
ing for-cheap or expensivegarments.
Our line of white goods, laces and
embroidery wvill far suippass any
Sthing that we have ever had and
SMrs. Freeman is still behind our dry
goods counters anxious to sell and
p 1lease every in the country.
If you are seeking honest goods
Sat honest prices, we extend to you
a cordial invitation to visit our store
for anything in the line of general
CRA IG BROS.
One--Pice Cash Store
J. McD). Bruce, I. M. Mauldln,
[HE PICKENS BANK
PiCKENS, SOUTH CAROLINA.
CAPITAL - - - - $20,500.00
PROFITS - - - - - 18,o00.o0
DElPOSITS - - - . . 140,0o0.0o
-5 Per Cent Interest Paid On Deposits-:
F. Banister, B. A. Hagoodi, W. M. Hagood,
J. M. Stewart, J. E. Boggs, J. McD. Bruce. +
'1. N. H-unter, H. A. Richey, J. P. Carey,
I have a good line of
Among them are the recommendable old style Beth ThomasY
Clocks with weights, which I am selling at special bargains.
An~d a rew line of SILVERWARE. Also solid Gold and
Silver WATCIIES. A nlice line of Spectaclos; I guarantee
glasses to fit~ eyes. All kinds of iepair work in the jewelry line.
IH. SNIDER, - - Easley, S. C.
N. D. TAYLOR, EASLEY,
...T HE V ERY BEST PH OTOGR APHS...
The kind that aro made at the best studios of the larger cities.
Thue kind that will not fado. That aro natural and lifolike,
and finished on the latest and prettiest cards to be had.
Nice line of mouldings and frames of any size made to order.