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' Ficksns Scnli&el-Journal.
Happenings ol a Local and Personal Mure.
?Remember tlio Summer School
. .. commonccB June 13th.
?A great removal sale is now
- goiug oa at H. C. Cartere, Liberty.
?11. Eromett Goodwiu of Chorion
ton, is spending ti whilo with frioudu
in Pickens.
?Messrs. W. M. and J. B. Hagood
of Easloy, were in Pickens tho
first o- tho week on businoss.
?Pickens county Summer School
at l'iclions, Juno, 13th. All tho
teachers in thiy county are expected.
?For Salb?A nice young milch
cow with a young calf. Apply to (J.
A: Lynch, Obastain, S. C. June B yi
?Teachers of tho county will
ploaso boar in mind tho opening of
tho Sutnaior'School, Mouda.C, -Juno
13 th.'
?D. W. McDonald, of Anderson,
iy spending several dayfc with roliit'ves
in this cynnty and ,vas in PiekenB
?Rev. Jol^? T. Lw /is will preach
at Concord^eleven on tho second
Sunday, inst. atj#l). m. A giVnl at
tendance is (levied. ?-.
? B. A. Iii>^ood\\vifo son, and sister,
Miss Fences, m Charleston, arrived
in Pickens Saturday to spond
tho sumjjier!
?Mr. Dnvo A. Parrott is announced
this weok for coroner. Ho
ia nn all rigtyt mau and should lio be
elected will: servo tho peoplo to the
best of his ability.
?E. F, lioith is announced for ro\
election as Auditor. It looks now as
if ho will have no opposition. Ho has
inndo a good and efficient officer and
will continue to do so.
?Frank E.\jox aun wifo left Wednesday
evening rtyytii two-weeks visit
to his brother, Itiaiuh Cox, in Washington.
D. C. This \vjll bo a delightful
trip for thom. N.
^ ?There is a good atriug of candidates
out for tho various offices and
any and all of them aro good and
competent men and would serve^
their county faithfully and well.
?Thoro will be an all day siuging
at HollyB Spring church the third
Sunday in June. .Everybody invited
to come and bring tlioir soug books
and well tilled baskets; a good time
in store far all.
?Thoro will bo an all day singing
at Holly Springs church on the
third Sunday in June. All lovers of
good music and everybody olso are
iuvited to conio and bring well tilled
baskets and have a good tiiuo.
?Mrs. W. ?). Willai'd of Liberty,
: . f \ /l 1. e *
J8 UUipUBlUjf UI JJUl BLUCU UI t>|>I 111
and sumtnor millinery at a sacrifice,
rather than to carty it over. 11' you
want up to date goqds at close figures
donjiifail to rail on her.
-The Hon. Fred Williams anno
-oh da u candidate for the house
He lias represented this
mo legislature and his voico
heard ivuin the stump again
ur advocating what ho conto
bo right.
- jiindaVj evening at 8;3() o'clock
at the Baptise Lunch the pastor will
yju itiu nuujiitt ui (i*
tion. Everybody invited to attend.
Lot every christian pray for tho
presence nud power of the Spirit of
God upon tho servico.
' . ?An excellent game of baseball
was played on the Pickerm diauioud
last Friday oveping, between a twun
from tho Enon section and Pickens.
'The score was *t to !2 in favor of Pickens.
Thoy will play *a game on the
Ehou ground Saturday evening,
?A. B. Tulloy, Jr. announces thi?
week for re-election to tho oflioo of
County Commisbioner. I?e luiu norved
tho county faithfully aiul well,
and whould ho bo re-elected ho wil 1
continue to look after tho county's
interest to the best of lib ability.
?Married on Sunduj the 29th day
of May at tho residence of Mr. Zacliaria
' Prt sley, Mias Pearl Alexander
of Central, to Mr. Charlie Mopsy of
Pendleton, K. 0. Tho happy couple
have tho congratulations of many
friends. B. D. Garvin, N. I'. performed
?Ue eoremony.
- biny (Jt. M. Lytch announces
this week for tho office of Hupervisoi
of this county. He is well and fav
orably known .throughout the eoun
tv, and ran a mighty good race in
the former campaign. If he in elect
ed J'ickoas county's finances will lx
in gftod and safe hands.
? Jas. E. iKftood A Easley, line
resigned his position' with tho Kasle)
Cotton mill, nrumvill engage in tlx
drug bnsinew in |hat enterprising
town. JIo has bohght an elegant
soda fountain and all of hi* fixture*
and Will shortly open up in the build
ing now Loing prepared for hi'u bj
Juliii E. Craig.
?Tbero will bo an all day singing
nt Hecona church on tho third Sun
day in Juno, to which everybody, unci
tho candidates too. are cordially in
vited. A picnic dinner will bo Hproac
on tho ground. Everybody brin^
their song books and well filled bus
Itots and spend an enjoyablo duy ari(
' avesomo good singing.
?There was u sevoro bail storm ii
o Six mile section Tuouday evening
' lid ?ren' damage to the crop
fj.o the ground. Tc
.np Ground Boot ioi
.ud. which blt'\V dowi
to a consideiablo cx
nrro 0r0 dowi
.0 huve hear<
; 11
' . 1 t" 1 ' ...
?Messrs. Xyl*. Cjffey, Jr. Earnest
Free tu an, LeRJKl Fbggs, anil A. 13.
Taylor, who ha^K. boon attending
Clemson, roturnou toVickens Tuosdav
to spend their yaoatioii.
? Tho Pickens Drug Co. want it
distinctly understood that thoy will
not sell ice on Sunday except in caso
of sicknoss aud on an order froni tho
attending physician. While they
are open on Sundays for tho purpose
of filling prescriptions, thoy are not
thero to boII goods, and they respect
fully ask their friends aud customers
to Dour this in mitul.
?Mary Halhnns, ojh of tho most
respected coloreuHyo/nen of this county,
died at lier hopt? near Mt. Oarmol
church, on TuopdiijyvM'vy 2-ltb, aged
92 years, and Was buriHjl tho day fob
lowin r at fc>t. tiuke (colored) church,
Hev. Mason,'officiating. Aunt Mary
Ann loaves surviving nix children, and
83,grand-children. She leaves a good
natuo, ond licr death is deplored by
all tho people of her community,
white and colored, for alio hod tho respect
and confidence of them all.
At one Time Auditor of Pickcns County.
W. II. BryKnt died at his homo in
the Dickoon Ahjiex ;h GSreenvillo on
Wednesday nightlh^ 1st infct. r 110:30
o'clock. Ho had Keen in ill health
for several months. Mlo wits 41 years
o' v.ge and. loaves a vKfv, arn\ eigtit
children, many of whom are young,to
mourn their.groat loss. jKhree broth
ers and two sisters also survive.
Mr. Bryant had only been living in
Greenville for the pabt two years, but
wniie tucre no nao made menus who
wore d< distvebued to learn of liia
death. Ho was n native of Ande.iaon
county but early 111 lifo moved to
Pickens and waa later county auditor,
wbcb oOico bo filled witb credit to
himself and to tho entiro satisfaction
of bin constituents. Tbo body was
taken to Eaaloy Thursday afternoon
and tbo funeral in tor m out took place
at tbo family buryiug ground on Friday.
Tbo following from Greonville
acted as pall bcarcs: Walter Griflin,
Tboe. Carpenter, .1. W.Norwood, Dr.
Davis Furman, A. II. Curoton and
'Reorganization of Camp Garvin U. C. V.
^^^Thia Camp of Confederate Veterans
1 waa reorganized at Pickens C. 11 .,
Juno 3rd, 1001 by tbo election of M.
T. Smith aa Commaudor, and J. B.
Nowborry aa Adjutunt, and W. B.
Allgood aa Maiabal and Field Commaude**.
The Camp is in a llourisbing
condition, and, stimulated by tbo in
I toroHt taken in them by tlio Daughters
of Confedoracy, tho Veterans
I aro dotermiued to maintain a more
| perfect organization hence-forth.
j At tho mcoting hold hero 011 Juno
III'd E. S. Grflin nnd R. A. iJowen
were elected delegates and Miss
Mario Folger was elected sponsor at
tho General ltounion to bo held in
rJ'ho meeting evidenced considerably
uioro interest than any meeting over
held l>y Camp Garvin. Tho following
resolutions wore adopted with the re|
quest that tho county papers kindly
I publish:
I l> l-.-.i ii. -i ~ ~ ^ a _ : i . i i ii
jii-nuivtiu mm, tim u muuiu 10 1110
memory of those of our Confederate
Comrades who havo fallen sinco our
last meeting, wo grieve at the irreJ
parable loss. Our ranks are thinning
and, one by one, our comrades are
crossing the liver. We take this occasion
to tender our sympathy and
pledge our devoted interest to such
of their families as are left with us,
and give them this assurance that
they lire held in highest esteem with
the memory of our comrades who
liavo gone bofuro.
Resolved further tii.it, we extend
our thanks to the members of tho
Daughters of Confederacy and
tho people of Pickens for their generous
hospitality and unbounded
courtesies shown us.
W. T. Buwon,
\V. L. Morgan,
(). 1*. Field,
Pickens, Juno Jlrd, 100*1.
Mai! on No. 11.
For somb timo ninil on the fioulhhound
afternoon Southern train hat*
boon discontinued and No. 07, the
fast mail train between New York
ami Now Orleans, carried local mail
to Atlanta and returned it on !{(>.
' Thin arrangement did not unit tiio
peoplo, generally, and petition after
petition wan propared and sent to
the department nuking that mail he
rebtond to No. 11. This matter
was ignored, and Congressman Aiknn
<1..,.. I,...I. <1.,. .....II .....I.:...,
- uli 111*. ii l.uuu iii*" i! 1 <11 11, 1 i'j', iii 111\ 111 j
personal trips all along tho line and
i appealing to tho people to got to
get her and make another (ll'ort.
) Mr. Aiken took all tho data and all
during tho timo ho was in Washing
ton ho wan pushing this measure ho
fore tho department, and finally, t<
gut rid of him, tho edict has gon<
r forth from the department, thut moi
\% ill again bo put on No. 11 on July 1
( This upeaks well lor Mr. Aiken
lie could not get tho help and co op
f oration of his colleagues, ho he hai
to make the tight alone, with all tlx
odds against him. Tho (lopartmeul
f was dead against him, and Mr. Tor
- roll, superintendent division
1 has complimented i\/. Aifceii i '
-1 success, for ho had > idea Mr. Aik1
on would succeed. V) congratuluto
Wyatt 011 his succflSfliot only in this
mutter, but in all ofcrs, for ho has
1 boon Bucctbsful in 1 his undortii
ings for the good ufs constituency,
j lie will bo in the rutins year with*
^ out opposition.
Not!< ? to l)el>tor?4 Omlltori.
'* All por?r>nH having ins ngaliist the I1
* OHtiite of Janus ^ Rood deeeated. i d
> will prts 01V "tt<Hied, and I w
. all in '" Estate will
^ mak? - I
$ ? :ood and
3 ^ a .tKKl,
; 2 ? "ecutoro, 011
ca P % 1
9 **
? &
How Pickens Honored the Veterans.
Friday tho greatest celebration
likely ever hold in Pickens county in
loner of the veterans that wore tho
fcjroy, wan held at Pickous.
Karly in tho morning long lines of
vohiclos from ovory section of the
county enme to joiu in tho celobratiy^u
either an spectators or participants
There wore about '2,000 people
in town.
Tho merchants of tho town oil
closed their stores and joined iu
making tho day memorable, and materially
assisting tho Daughters.of
tho Confederacy in providing for tho
largo number of old soldiers.
Tho procession was formed at tho
l>w.l/,,nu .-oil. ,?*<! rloiv.f niwl
by the Pickens cornet biuul, marched
up Main street to the court house.
There woro about 150 old soldiers in
line. There were many others who
felt uuuble to join in u procession
even for a short distance. The \etoruns,
commanded by Mr. W. 13. Allgood,
were followed by the members
of Pickens chapter, CJ. D. C., and
tlicso wore followed by visiting daughters
and civilians.
The court house would not begin
to hold those who desired lo attend
the exorcises of the day. 1 ho house
was called to order by lion. C. E.
liov. D. W. IT iott led in a for vent
Mayor \V. T. McRall was especially
niypy in his address of welcome.
In his announcement of dinner for
tho old soldieVB, he assured them
that "mule on toast" had been dropped
from the billet fare, lie paid a
touching tribute toN-Uio I a to Col. Jus.
A. Hoyt. 1 N\
Johnnie Byors, "tlio Vi\A.\c> tuV/'oi
Greenville, injected a few interesting
remarks at this juncture.
Tho -rules for the presentation of
crosses were then-read and tlio crosses
presented to tho old veterans who
had made proper application.
Hon. C. K. Kobiubon then made a
brief but eloquent speech to the soldiers
and then introduced the lion.
W. Jj. Maul din of Grconville, tho
orator of tho day.
Tho speaker expressed his delight
at being in Pickons, tho home of his
nnf luifv uiwl in ivlwion um'l f )w? /hviuia
crated dustof loved oues rest. Ho paid
a beautiful tribute to the memory of
Col. James A. lloyt, who was orator
of the clay at the veterans' reunion in
Pickens last year, and only a few
day8 before bis death had signified
bin intention to bo with his old comrades
*011 this occasion. Col. Hoyt
was known personally to almost every
old soldier in the county, and was
universally beloved.
The speaker said (hot in the language
of another: "History is a rteOld
of things Ihat never happened,"
and forcibly applied the saying U)
many histories that had been written
on the Civil war that purported to
be impartial and h ue records of what
happened. <iu that tremoilduoua conflict,
Mr. Mauldin juIiu miahud tl c
Daughters that the jjreatost duty do
vulvitis ou them today is to 800 tiiut
a truo record is kept, and that the
youth of our land should receive
: proper iustuetion concerning the lost
cause of their fathers.
Voluntary calls were then :muto for
Capt. 'J'. J. Mauldin, worthy son of a
worthy Confederate soldier, who
made ii l)i*inf. hut nnn of the himniosh
I? - - "II ? "
speeches of the day. lie said there
I hud been vaiious apologies mado by
lfttt.nr day historians for the causes
leadiug to the threat struggle, many
of which wore ho lliivmy that tiny
ftinount to rank hypocrisy. The
Southern soldier fought not only foi
what? he believed to be right, but
what he knew was right, for rights
that have been substituted by right
fnl antlioiity.
The benediction was said by liev
J. K. Fi.htc-r. The old soldiers then
I repaired to the Anthony building,
i tt'llM'n *??!/ il fill U !iU i?i .1 ? i f- l-l i il V
seated and bountifully nerved with ti
splendid dinner by the Daughters
? Head 1\. C. Carters add about
! his great removal hale.
Liberty Locals.
Among the special features ol yes
! tordaj: Ileal run mercury up to 08
81 at dark.
There was a large crowd at tlx
all duv singing at the l>aptist church
Calhoun, Central, Cateechco, 1'ickem
and ISasley, besides tho surrouuditif.
country, (including .several candi
dates) were represented and had i
] royal good time, especially at noon,
Tho * :tiling struck our town
, then lightning rod agent. The lat
j tor struck mech longer and put u|
some rods. While no doubt light
ning rods are a protection to sonx
extent, it is a l;nown fact that tlier
is one kind of lightning that drop
down anywhere in an open field o
, in the woods, killing stock, etc , no
3 hitting timber
1 Crops look well.
MisH Irene Clark of Goorgia, ha
a muhic class in town.
Water is failing in tho wells again
' growing lower in some than it w?i
' last fall. Tho complaint comes frot
all suctions of the county.
i . .. f r ;i . ..i. i i
iMiuiuur 01 ijiuui lyiius wuui i
| A isoti to ^witness tho cominenci
(lnii , cxorcificH,
I ,"?"1 ioro wim a lino rain in tl?in Ha
' 1' 1 titst night.
N. Hunter has sold his stobk c
to Mr. Banister t?f Cattfechei
n insurance eompuny adjuste
tamage done B. >V. McWho
iouho l>y lightning last week,
ico lias been aont out froi
uarters that tho Beverly Oral
iea<1,j mpanv will resume work th
* cc C.
?"k- ? Gfcb, 1901.
C. Cartor has plouty of bii.<
?It. 10,
Fortner ItemsWell
Mr. Editor, after boing napposed
to havo dosortod tho SentinelJournal,
1 am delighted to appear again.
May tho good correspondents
please allow mo llio honor to salute
inom onco moro alter a iciieitous visit
to tho opposite sex. Of course
when I wiitt) tbo uows Of any vicinity
I fool that 1 uhi addressing thb good
pooplo ofjPickons county, bilt happy
bo tlio applicant to become a correspondent
from a neighboring county.
Tbo applicant was fairer than tho
blooms of Juno which mado iuq look
a little Sundiivfied and say; you need
not bo surprised to aeo or beat' from
Homo in a few days. Ho tho Mica
correspondent need not worry but
what tho nico littlo damsels will look
after my interest. Well, Pansy, it
appears liko our gourds agitated
moro minds than tho carthquako
during Cleveland's Administration.
Docs not tho good pooplo of Pickons
county roalizo that they are living in
ilin ..e ?iw. ..I... ?: 1?
vl?vj hujvi wi 1,110 nrvj , ^im;u win uuuju
"fts near bringing forth a hundred
fold *hk any county of Iho globe?
Tho Hcil of California produce! troen
whose trunks <uae 10 feet in diameter,
aud when one is found with a uioo
hollow it irf sometimes used for a
school house which ^ivos plenty of
room fo two bundled pupilu to cipher
with exuL'orauco of olbow room.
Then, why should tho readers of
Sontiuol-Jouruul get ho astouihbed
at a gourd that our home hoi 1 produced
just large enough for a young
man and bin doar little companion to
tnko a voyage on tho Mississippi to
the World's Fair. If tho cultivator
had chained the gourd vino to jwohibit
tho (?OUrd from_ boing i ulled
all over tho country it woTiHl
grown largo enough for a cotton house.
ftir. ts. \j. KoLmufou was through tliis
community last week looking after
the Pleasant Grove School.
TV 11. A. 1 J. Fort per delivered tin interesting
address to the ?>undy Flat
Academy 21 nit.
Mrs. .1. M. Fnrtner left'last. Friday
to visit her parenl i and relatives at
(iuinesville, Ga.
Homo was numbered among a
small party which made u tour of
Tahle Kocli last week.
Well, Miss Mountain Girl, 1 was
glad to hear that you had made up
your mind to take advantage of leap
>ear, but sorry you have waited bo
Prof. James M. Fortner is viwiting
his parents and.relativcs in this vicinity.
Jlr. J' 15. Higdon say& \vC3 has been
picked out^lvo'.u t'ue tlock of lambs as
j this particular wether to wear the
,-j uoii unci tnoretoro lio respectfully
aska his many friends to see that uf
tor tho approaching priiuury that
his name eun he lawfully written
Hon. J. 13. Rigilon, U. y Senator,
; Washington, 1) Homo.
That Throbbing Headache.
Woul.l <piie.kly leave. you, if you used
Dr. King's Now Lifa rills. Thousands
of suttVrs h ive their matchless merit for
SSiek and Nervous Headaches. They
Lnako ijnro blood and build up your
I hoidth. Ouly'25 cents, money bnek if
uut ;ured. Sold I'v Pickens Drug (Jo.
The Summer School.
The Summer School for Pickens
! n.mintv will h(> hell! ill Piekoiia l>i>.
! ginning June i:'? and continuing
11 lor one month. The major sub
jjectn will bo: Hughes' Mistakes
| ui Teaching," l'otonnon's "Civil
! i tlovdi'ment" ami Went worth's
First Steps and Now School. Alge'
bras. Instructors and other subjects
will be announced later.
Instructive and helplu| lecturos
by able men ol the Statu will be
delivered during the session.
Let every teacher 111 the county
; attend.
Respect ful ly,
1 K. T. Halluin,
Co. Supt. of Kd.
Liberty Township Singing Convention,
The Liberty township singing cou
volition met villi Liberty Baptist
church the first Sunday in Juno.
1 Pres. I.esley called the convention t<
j order by the reading of the lOOtl
Psaltu by the pastor, Kev. I). \V
I Hinll t'l'iiin'illii! I'rol .1 V TiCH
Icy to arrange tlu! clans and sing 1;'
s minute.-*. Prof. W. NV. Norria If
: minutes. Preaching V?y tlio pastor
I). W. lliott, which whh liuo. Ail
1 j mined hour ami half for dinner.
Keassembled after dinner. Pro
> gram for evening exercises: Profs
rj. F. Lesley, ('. C. Foster, McD
} NVeams, \V. A. Porter, .J. C. Garrett
J. H. Owens each lc<l 15 minutes
'1 huB ended the host association tha
we had. Mr. I'Mitor, you ought t<
have heon there and heard Mr. Tay
lor .with his cornet. Adjourned t
meet with Knon Baptist, church tli
third Sunday in July. In the al
senco of tht> secretary P. (J. Caute
H acted as secretary. P. ('. Carteo.
Oounty of Pickons. )
By J. 15. Nowbory, Esquire., Prohat
a" Wiierwis, J. IJ. Butler auil O. P. i?n
ler made suit to ino to grant them Ee
j. tars of Administration, of the Estal
and etVeots of Andrew Hutler, deceasei
These are therefore to eitft uiul adraoi
H mh nil iiikI singular" tlie kindred an
0- creditora of tho said A ml row Hutloi
(I deooased, that tlioy appear before mo, i
... tho Court- of Probate, to bo hold at Piel
Otis Court Houso, U. ('., on tho 28d dn
of Juno 1901, after publication horool
m At 11 o'olook in I ho forenoon, to who
i). cftiiHO, if any they have, why tho nai
Administration should not ho granted,
U1VEN under my hand and seal, th
till day of ,Tnno 1001, in the 1'2H year (
our Independent)?.
, (,?w,) J. li. NEWHEKY,
HKaIj a Judge of Prolmto,
? ') Pickous couuty, 9, <
1 ? *
Let us Ask For the old Path.
Boljoving that tbo present organizations
of a general eharauter union#
Uaptistu tciii<Ih to tho cultivation of
the Hocnlor rather then spiritual in
tho churchoo, ami to tho development
of a commercial and worldly rather
than a prayerful and dovotional one,
the Baptist church ot Praters creek
in Pickens county, sends forth this
invitation to all Baptist churches
who want to seek after the old paths
aud walk in them as we aro adnion
ished by the prophet Jeremiah in the
Cth chapter and 16th verse, and aro
interested in tho cultivation of spirit
o# unity fraternity and spirituality in
tho churches, to meet with thciu on
Friday before tho fifth Sunday in
July, 1904, at 11 o'clock. The object
of this meeting in, 1st, to foster bpirituality
and doctrinal unity among till
churches sending missionaries. 2nd,
to cultivuto u fraternal spirit in tho
churches by which all rivalry, jealousy
antl strife may bo dono away
with. 3rd, the cultivation and iloep
ening of spirituality in all of our
churches by magnifying work and
leadership of tho Holy Spiri in all
ministerial an 1 church work. 1th, a
recognition of tin; indopeudauce of
tho local churches i i which each
church is' responsible to Christ for
the management of Ilia woi k as committed
to llim. Jf youv ehurch
would like to see these things fostered
you are invited to sand as manj
inessongers as vou desire to meet
with us at the time and place above
mentioned to consider tho wisdom of
j roviding for an annual meeting foi
t'.io establishment and cultivation of
tho afore mentioned pnuciples.
Wider S. U. ()\v< us to preach tin
introductory sermon, Elder I. T
Newton alternate. 1'iutciH creek
cburciT-tt4 six milea west <>f Pickens,
C H , lit
mil ^ ill be met by notifying the pastor,
Elder \V. O. Seaborn, l'ickens.
S U, II. F. I). No. 2.
Nervous Dyspepsia Cured by 1,'ydale's
Stomach Tabids.
Mr. B. E. .Tones, buyer for Parker ?V
P. ulgel, whoso large department s'ores
hi ' located at SHh and Penn. Ave. W sb
if Ion, I). (J., writes under dajo of Apri
I !, '01, as follows: Last February, on
yt.tr, while in New York on business fo?
in v house, 1 ?ought a severe coltl. wliie'
In I me up for several weeks and left nit
weak autl uervotiK. 1 lind little or no an
pe.ite, ami my digestion was very poor.
M.< physicians could not get attheeans?
of my trouble, as my digestion seemoi
no much impaired. J decided tolrylty
die's Stomach Tablets, be ing assurer
by a freiud, they were.a-good dyspepsii.
mt <Mciutv_ATier using thorn U fa'.V dAJf4,
J 1'egan to realize tli <t I was getting tu>t
tor. I gave up the doctors prescription
and nave gained 20 pounds while using
I wo boxes of 1 lifse tablets. I never felt
belter in my life and accredit ltydaloV
St finacli Tablets having cured me. ]
c;?*i rocomiueud them most heartily, to
suffers from nervous indigestion and
goij i il run-down conditions of the systoin.
Pickens Drug Co.
Winthrop College
Scholarships & Entrance
Tiie examination for the award of
vac.tut sehoiarshi) s in Winthrop College
and for the admission ol new students
will t>e held at the County Court lions?
on Friday, June 8th, at 9 A.M. Aj?plic
ints must not tie les^ than <Sftoi>n
years of age. When tcholarshipj are
Heated after July 8, they will bo awarded
to those making tho highest average
at this examination.
Scholarships are worth $100 and free
tuition. The next session will open
September til, 1004. For further information
and catalogue address
Ptos. I>. It. Johnson, Rock 11 ill, S. C.
"tncn iwin?
^ 0
at the ?tst011 ii
by JUNE m
IS it i hi ina: by
Great ^
TO :
Dry Got
1,500 yards Standard (
2,.">00 yards Standard 55
liOOo yards Standard C
All to go at 5c
whii-li is positively loss tha
lor today. Also a com plot
Dimities, IVrcalos, Madras,
brie, Muslins, otc. to go at
| Notior
^ Overalls from H9c up.
M A largo lot of pants at >ra
Good K day half-hour st
C Shoe;
,f(, ^ lhavo llio most complete
1, n& oHerod to the trado in this
i- g prices unheard of.
(l W Mena $1,25 and $1.50
ii n stock only !>5c
k- ^ Men's SAtin Calf, wort
iy ? DSo. Special cut in every
Consisting of nil tho latest no>
Lawns and Deiinities, greatest
for skirts wo have ever Bhown. \
simply beon walking about, ami \
gost and best lino of clothing eve
crease our clothieg trade each ^
but first class clothing. IT PAY.
The good old summer linn
kinds of summer goods.
Straw hats, serge coals and
of oxfords for men, women and c
before they are picked over.
When you are in town do
Furniture, .Buggies and Wagon:
Furniture and handle Iho best Hu
Mitchell and you will gut the b<\<t
Foiiyeg* and
C lothing, Shoes and Gent's
Sole Agents for the Mitch*
and SI rouse Jiios.
The Host Fitting (k
(( SodaWs
\j is a good tiling.to h;
II makes people feel thn
\\ 5? lK:r cent of their e
pensatory, a big mcd
l) pages says that soda
II "Is ii grt'iilful tlrink |o fel
If 111til lessening nuusen ami
\l If you find your sym
IV are feeling feverish ai
}) stomach has gone >
// all the rest of you, tlu
J SOM * Ii
j) Pickens Dri
M 53?Drugs &
Back to the Car)- building. I 1
hats and caps to close out chen
X /T r \ I \
I don't have much time to
a lon^ time I've heard
There is luck in leisure,
And I hope I'll meet that
And be elected Treasui
STOCK of seasonable mere
sliiniv prices below. These
tli, as 1 >vi11 move into 1 he
then, and wil 1 make this
i Sacrifice
)ds. I
iratio Calico. First Olsias
s inch Shooting. Wire rmils
hecks line of hardwai
net* vnr<l Cushions, St.,n
per yarn and mo8t (iyerN
i) can l>e bought ______
.e lino of Lawns, _ ,
Bleaching, Cam- UFOCC!*]
cut prices.
_________________ 2,sot) ponn
for $5.00 per In
|G 75 barrels
for only $ J. 50
for $ I 75 ami t
>|??'<tirt 1 low prices. pound ci
riko ('locks $l.i'f>. matoc.s, Scans
________________ f have 8(X
thin sale at son
5 No 1 Time
J i?
' line of SIiooh ever Corn, c.liO]
? country and at Nice clean
Nico Whit
Urogans, excellent ^|fj^ jp
h regular $1.50 for
thi"8! M^/q
. j;
>F *
,'oltit b iu white goods uu<l colored
lot of waist goods uml black goods
Vlicu it comes to clothing, wo hnvo
ivo are still on tho jump. The bigr
khown in l^ckeus. We try to incur,
uml to <lo this we buy nothing
3 is most here and wo will need nil
oxfords. Wo liavo a complete lino
ihildri n. t'orno and get pour size
n't fail to look through our lino of
s, Wo keep ii complete stock of
uuu ? huoiis maun. Jiuy 1110
Yours Truly,
furnishing goods a specialty.
II Wagon, Battle Axe Shoes
High Art < lothing,
tiling in The World.
we when the weather
t they have lost about \\
nergy. lhe U. S. 1 >is- I
ical book of over 1900 />
<rilc I'Mlii'iils. nllayiiiK tliirst /*'
Kiistrio lii-tri"-*.'- It
ptoms in this?if you y)
id thirsty, and it your ((
.vrong?and "queered"
i cure is at our
rouirftiiN /)
r i
ig Company, (Y
S ta t i o n e rv.
\ave some dry goods, shoes and
p. 1 want to make room lor
t Market
get around to s?*e the boys, but
lucky streak.
Immliso to i^o B
ivoods must m> w
Hrowu House C
..* Sale ! I
'INC \
lardware jf
i I'lew Steel, .">, hasis
$-.75 per keg, aiid a complete ^
re, such as buggy Poles, Shafts JS
n Aprons and Dash Boards Sk
thing in the hardware line. m
ies ^ Feed Stuffs J
ids Standard Granulated Sugar Y|
tindrod pounds. m
ot Flour, good us homo-made, Jb
per barrel, and a hotter grado ff
ho finest patent for $5 50. 0
ins of choice tulbweight ToK)
pounds of meat to go during M
>tliv hay lor $ 1 .(>."? pt?r hundred
!>pnd, 7oo per I'tihhcl, M
Food (bits lor (i5o p^r hufthoi. ^
e Salt ;V>< per hundred pounds. b
bQwurrtiRj- 1
, Liberty, S. C $

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