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R$61)*IS o uL 8 l',.Qournal
f lupentlM of, a Local andG lr*QuaI at Ure
-Frank Folger, of Gafrfly, vieted
relation in Pickins last w iek -
-B. A. Hagot and fN pily ares in
Pickeni for the summ r
--lisi Jza r, of Ol-arlest)n is visit..
ing the f'amjily of (0ingressemon
-Mr. Rufus Hagood; of Birmiug.
ham, Ali., is visiting C., H. Alexander
-Miss Fiannlo Robinson of Haalley
spout, part of last week with Miss
Helen B gga in Pickens.
--m-. Picko t and daughter, Mips
Piokett of Clharleston, are visiting the
family of J. MoD. Bruce.
-Mrs. A. J. Boggs and daughter
Miss Inn, accompanied by Claud
Hester, i ro on u visit to Atlanta.
-W. Ambler Gilreath and bride,
of Greenville, are on a visit to his
mother M r i. Emma A. Gilreath in
-Tho threo little daughtars of
Congrtssman Logire, who have been
in school t.r i now with their parenl
bt)](, 11nd4 daugh.
111.en ll ', I en a
hi her con.,IIiio, t he
-A ho MIisea Akhinore accomtl
panied b y their rwta, Miss Broiwi
and Mwrti. Jo ly I. f, Tuesday for
Browns hottel, Wintowater and othor
i o'o ts If int elt in the Sapphiru
- lion J. E. Boggs, candidate for
C-mgress in the l'hird District was in
Pickens this week. Ho says he is got.
ting along fi le with his race and is
confident of being elected by a big
-Hon. B. J. Johnston, who has
represented this county in the lower
house in former years, is announced
for sevator this week. Mr. Johnston,
is a wel'- bahanced, level-headed fellow
and sho id lie be elected the county
wwl . have a Penator of whom sho
' oul I be I roud.
-Married on the 17th instant. at
the residenos of brides parents, Mr.
Wm Williams of the Dtcusville see
tion to Miss Laura Masters of near
Table Rook. A. L. Edens, Notary
Public, officiating. To happy cou
pie baie the best wishes of their
;i'r r'ns friench
M ur present
* w "ounced this
* *. *ofice. He
* * * *~ our hands
lihe be again
h ~that pis
-e J. Thos.
* le." Prices
- ii stock and
* .. '** ~. The sale
. - ~ai a a and har
gains can he0 picked up. This com
pauny never mninrep~resents, 80 youi can
rLiy on what you got being junt as
-Maj. 0. Ml. Lynch offers his ser
vices agamn to the county an Supervis
or. H~e is a nice, affable genutleman,
at/d a straight man, and has a clenn
record to show for his stewardship.
Should he be elected again the affairs
->f the county would be in safe hands
and the careful painstaking methods
bat has ever marked his walk through
fe would be carried into his work in
the s ipervisor's offce.
-John P. Smith, who has done all
he could with the means at hand for
the good of lisa county, again seeks
the ofieo of County Cormissioner.
John is all right and 'viil tieet every
promise be has made the people, if
they will ,give him tlime and he can
get the convIcts and scrape. The ye
tors know him and know ho will do
the best he can. If he Is elected he
promises to be even more faithful to
his trust in tho'fnture than he has
been in the past.
-This paper is r. representative
* ho caunty,- circulating in
and corner, and candidates
he votes of ALL the peo.
n. g t~hemselvrs an injustice
by not coming out for office and an
nlouncing in this paper. 1t is not
very long now, until the, campaign
opens, and so far, several offices have
no aspmirents. Th'le office of auditor,
probate judge and one county comn
missioner and one member of the
Jlouee, makes four places that are
not much sought after by the people.
Comoe on out and let the voters know
wh> you are and what ofilco you)
In Every P&aage of Colgate's Dental Powdler
We Cive a Preent of a cae of
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
FREE, (Cuet Room Size) FREE
.A Wonderful Bargain.
--B3oin, on the 201h instant to Rev.
an d Evire. JP . Atoway, a daughter.
-Born on the 14th instant, to Mr.
%nd Mrs. W. H. Langston, a daugh.
-Dr. W. F. Austin has retninod
and will b in his oflice at Neneca a(
ter June 221.
-Ortig Bros. will hold a spocial
sale Saturday on gingliams, chain.
brays and hosiery. Don't miss this
sale. Speciol~ low pricos have Leen
put on all these goods that will move
them out fast.
-The stockholders of the Pickens
Oil Mill held a meeting I at Friday
and t-lucted as directors, J. McD.
Bruce, R. E. Bruce, T. C1ristie Rob
inson, J. B. Bruce, L. N. Geer, R. F.
Smith and J. Sam Wilson. At a di.
rectors meeting hoeld the same day,
R. E04. Bruce was elected prosident
and treasurer and '. Christie R >bin.
son secretary and manager.
Executive Committee Meeting.
The County Demwocratic Executive
Committee is requested to meet at
Pickens, S. U., July 4th at 10 o'clock
a. in., for the purpose of fixing dates
for county campaign, assessment of
candidates and t oe appointment of
managers of olection, and other busi.
ness. A full attendanco ii urged.
C. E RIInlNSON, Chairmn-.
The Summer school opened on
Mondlay with an attendance of five.
Visitord are welcomed to the opening
exi-ucises in the mo(rnings.
Coun-E OF STUDY.
Primary' Meii odis and Sight Sing
M aths-maes, English Grammar,
I~nglish Literature and Constructive
Geograp'hy-Mr. Bryan. -
Mr. liallumn and Mr. Bryan will al
so give lectures on Pedagogy and
School management. Public enter.
bainments every Friday night.
9 to 9:20 n.m.- Opening Exercises.
9:20 t~o 10) a. mn.--Primary Methods.
10 to 10:40 a. mn. - Mathematica.
1(1:40 to 11 a. m.-Recess.
11 to 11:40 a. m.-Sight Singing.
1l1.40 a. mn to 12:20 - English.
12:20 to 1 p. mn.-Constructive
1 t)> 1:45 p. m.-Pedagogy.
Mr. Bryan feels very much encour
aged over the interest shown by the
On Friday evening at 8:30 o'clock
Mr. Bryan wvill give a phonograph
concert and lecture in the Graded
School auditorium. There will be no
adgnission feo, and a cordial invita
tijn i-s extended to the people t f Pick
sns to be present.
Seneca Lodge anmber, 185, A. F.
M., will celebrate the Festival of St.
John the Baptist by a basket pie nie,
and Masonic rally on next Wednes
da y, June 27th. T1he following pro.
gram will be carried out: Dinner, 1
p. mn.; address, "F~ootprints of Ma
sonry," by Mr. A. S. Fowell, at 2 p.
m ; at 8-p, m. will institute chapter
of the order of the l'astern Star.
Messrs. Bryan, of Green'iille, and
Divver, of Anderson, arc down also
f or speeches.
Invitations have been sent to all
lodges in the county and all Maste,
Masons in good standing are urged
to attend the rally.
'Those'who go from Piekens con
leave at 10.40 a. in., on that day and
get back at 7.86 p. m., making close
connection with No. 39 at Easley get
ting to Seneca at 12.82 and leave at
5.55 on No. 40.
As many Masons from the various
lodges in the county should go ais
can conveniently do so. A pleasant
time will be given them by the &(ne.
Whave a full line
of Colgate's Per
There Are No Better
Goods Than Colgate's
Hallums Backache and Kidney
Pills are guaranteed to be good.
Cards of Thanks.
The children and grandebildren
of Mrs. Elizabeth Lay, wish to thank
the people of Liberty for the great
kindness and sympanly showmin thm
,iiirmg their recent her,-aiment and
i11.ctlioll in I he 1l m of I bei dtear loved
CuILnH I N AND GRANID11J,)IN.
Mr. Editor: Ph1-as iallow ne q)paer.
in your vaiuable paper, to thank m
friends aid nieighbors who was s
kiiid to me and my husband durin:,
his sickness nnd death. Also to th itn
Dr. Shirley and ulayton who was s,
kind to him. My God's blextsingi
rest 11pon thml all forever.
AIs. It. U. A]IULLINNIX,
C'ent, al, M. C.
The Myntical Influence It Wilds Over
Great music is a physical storm, agl
tating to unimaginable depth the mys
tery of the past within un -or we
might say It Is a ,prodigious incanta
tion, every different Instutnent and
voice making separate appeal to dif
ferent billions of prenatal memories.
There are tones that call up all the
ghosts of youth and joy an'1 tenden
cies; there are tones that evoke all
phantom pain of perished passion;
there are tones that resurrect all dead
sensations of majesty and might and
glory, all expired exultations, all for
gotten magnailmities. Well may the
influence of music seem inexplicable
to the man who idly tdreams that hi
life began less than a hundred years
ago! But the mystery lightens for
whosoever learns that the substance of
self Is oler than the sun, lie flnds
that music is a necromancy; he feels
that to every riPple of melody, to every
billow of harmony, there answers
within himl out of the ean of death an~d
birth some eddying inmmeasurablo of
ancient pleasure and pain.
Pleasure and paini! They commingle
always in great music, andi therefore it
is that music can move us more pro
foundly' than the voice of ocean or
than any other v'oice can do. But in
music's larger ut-torance it is ever the
sorrow that makes the undertone) the
surf mutter of the sea of soul. Strange
to think how v'ast the sum of joy and
woe that must have been experIenced
before the sense of music coulti evolve
In the brain of man l-Lafcadio Hearni.
TIhe Stbne Fereut, ot Arizona.
The regions of tihe Little Colorado
river in Arlzona abound in wonderful
vegetabtle petri factions, whole forests
being found in some places which are,
hard as int, but which look as it but
recently stripped of their foliage. Some
of these stone trees are stanlding fust
as nattural as life, while others are
piled across each other just like the
fallen mionarch of a real wood forest.
Geologists say that these stone trees
were once covered to the dlepth of a
thousandl feet with marl, wvhich trans
formed them from wood to solid rock.
This marl after the lapse8 of ages wvash
ed out, leaving somelt or the trees stand
ing in an upright p)osltlon. TIhe major
ity of them, how-ever, are piled helter
skelter in all directions, thousands of
cords being sometimes piled up on an
aecro of ground.
lIn Great Britain we haveo left off eat
ing mnany wvild creatures that formerly
were accounited delieacies. For exam
pie, the young gulls--we mecan the
black hleaded, inland nesting variety
used to be collected and sold for p)ies
antd puddings. There is still a tradi
tion in favor of rook 1)ie, but tile numn
ber of rooks thlat come on tile market
is a decreasing quantity every year.
Squirrel used to be eaten quite comn
menly too.-London Country Life.
Contipat nt makes the cold drag
along. Get , ont of you. Take Ken
nedy's Laxative Honey and Tar cough
Syrup. Contains no0 opiates. Sold by
Pickens Drug (o.,
DEIATH F18 1OM5 AP'PKCND30ITI S
Decrease in tile same ratio that thle use
of Dr. King's Newv Lifa Pills inicreases.
Thley save youl from dianger and bing
qick aind pinless release from constii'q
tin and) thle ills growving ont of ii.
strength anld vigor always follow their
use. Guar-id b11)01Iy Picihens Driug Co.
25~ 0eent4, Try them.
FOLLOWING THE IFLAG.
When our soldiers wrent to Cunha and1(
the0 PhlippinenU, heallthl was ti e m)ostf imi
por-tant connsideration. Willis T. Mar
gani, retired (Commissary Sergeant. U. 8l.
A., of Rural Route 1, Conenrd, N. II.,
sayA: "I wes two years ill Cnbn an~d two
ve'irs iln the Phiiippines, and being hl
je it to coldis, I took Dr. King's New
D -covery for ('onsump'ion, whleih kcept
meif ill p) rfect heailth. And nowv in Niew
Hlampshir-e, we find it ihn beset medicine'
ill the world for cronghs, colds, brenelbial
troubles and all inng dliseanses. Guiaran
teed by Plokena Drug (Co.
Prina 500 a 1.00 ~( Trial bcettln frae,
Second Big shipmer
Childrens Suits, si
sizes 13s to 20s, price
and extra sizes, from
Youth's 75 cts to $3.00
Buy the celebrated
Our stock is always complete and i
lookout for soipething new. Don't fail
line of white goods we are showing, eve
white goods, Linen Lawns, Persian L
Dimities. Complete line of silks for s
line of black goods is always strong ai
showing a larger assortment of pattern
the latest novelties, fancy Wodsteds, C.
Henriettas, Serges, Panamas and Voils.
Clothing, Shoes, Hats and
Want your moustache or beard BUCK I
abeautiful brown or rich black? Use ~r ui mo, B
Can be pleased in their shoes
.to us. Our stock is large-select
Selected with the idea that good
and holds customers. If you h
buying your shoes from lOs, try
you need a pair.
Pride & Pam
DEPOSIT WITH IBE~R'l
Ten cent cotton has put lots of mn
Many p~eople have been robbed and
Safe blowers have tried the
and failed to get the money. Delays a.
an account wvith them today and your m<
Interest paid on time deposits.
$1r.00 will open an account with th
A GOOD OH!
Nowv is a good time when there are so
in our City, to find out howv reasonable
selling our mlerchandlise and for how Ie
goodis nowv than the advertised prices of<
We have still in our always superb st<
some twvo and three piece suits which we
ably low prtices considering the quality.
DS' For MA
ANTS ARE ARR
it ol Spring Clothing n
zes 4s to 17s, price 75c
2.50.to $10. Men's su
'$5 to $20. Extra pa:
for men all sizes $1.0C
l Horse Shoe Brand of
have clothes that will
)ss Goods Largesi
ve are always on the In the up-counti
to see the immense Tables, Dining
ry thing in mercerized Iron Beds, Cots,
xwns, Nainsooks and 415.oo to $50-00
hiirt waist suits. Our H
id this season we are H
i than ever before, all i Buggies, Surreys
ssirners, Brilliantines, Call on us for
and will treat you
Gents Furnishing Goods
, Chase City Buggies anc
-coated, easy to take, I
nx action. They cure I
pation, biliousness, I
'00W0U 0535. U. MALL & 00.. MABUA. N. I.
if they come
ed with care.
rve not been
us next time
oney in the country.
<illed for their money.
e dangerous. Open
>ney wili be safe.Jo w
C. Shirley, Cashier, done hei
Liberty Bank. patch.
many Sales going on
weC have al ways been'
;s you can buy our
>ur competitors. Letter an.
ck, some very hand- and St
are selling at remark- and
reenville. S. C. .entm.,l
Owest and latest styles.
to $6.00. Youths SuiLA
its, stouts, slims, regulars
rits for boys, 25c to $1.00,
1olthing if you would
Stock of Furniture
y, everything in Safes, Cupboards, Kitchen
l'ables, Centre Tables, Hall Racks, Dressers,
Spring Matress, Chairs and etc. Suites from
all kinds, Stoves, Trunks, Harness, Saddlery,
aud Wagon with prices always right.
anything you need, we appreciate you trade
EY & C0.,.
i Specialty. Sole Agents for
Iron Kin-g Stoves.
In the last isaniu ol' the Sentinel.
Journal we called the altuntidn of the
readers of the expmo inted m, in our
"ad" this wook. l'robal you haive
boon e'xpecting' womething but it is
only a few words about ohickens The
time, this season is passed wvhen little
chiens will bring fancy prico. In
early spring most any thing thait (can9
make a i'.se like a frying chikonCF
will aell for twice its v.iIue, hat ni >.y
most every'body has had aL sample andl~
are nowv looking for chickcons thi.&t are
fit to eat So if youl want goodl prices
for your chickeus throughi thu gilutted
season lot them grow. WVo are still
in the businos and will (do our b~est
as we have always done to hold up)
the price. Come to sue uts with your
chickens and eggs and supply you r
wauts from our well lilled store at
honest pricos. RecspectfulIly,
ork of every description
e with neatness and d is
d and Commercial
1 Note Heads, Bill Heads
atements, done neatly
at reasonable prices.
Give us a Trial.
-Journal Co., PJcKENS, S.C.