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Mal Matter I
PICKEN.4, .. C. d
Wednesday, August 2, 190S.
"That act ot titting or a lapting, or
the state of being titted or adapted;
whatever supplies a want or'.itil>rdi
ease, refreshmnett, or convemonet;
anything furnisihed for use '-. Vob
Noah Wobster diin't live in
There are appi e itions received in
Pickens daily for ".wcomimIodation"
by people -%h) witat to come here and
sponid tho heated term. What "ao
commodation" is thero horo for them?
What inducement is offered for them
to come hee6 What effort is our
people making to get this class of
trade? It is true we have a good
hotel hero, but host Harris cAtors to
the transient trado and he cannot ill
up his hotel with permanent lodgers
to the discomfort and incoIvenijenco
of the transient travelling public.
There is good money in good tour.
ist hotels aI Pickens neeis on1e t1:e
worst sort. There is a crying net d
for one hero and our people should
get up a stock company and build it
good hotel, of not less than 100
rooms, fit it up with all modern im
provements, ADVERT8E IV', and
we will wager evury dollar we ever
expect to get that it will be full the
year round, and make for the invos
tors DOUBLE THM' INTEREsT that the
same money would earn them if it
was put into cotton mill stocks.
If you do not c';re to go intq.tho
enterprise yourself, lend your influ
ence and work for outsid3 capital to
come in and Luild it.
Pe.)ple of Pickea.s, the time i ripe
for more hotls and better hotels in
Pickens, and if y au don't, h-ilI thei
yourselves soume one Ulse will.
Take hokd I Posh, or p)ull, any
how, work to get the hotel. If you~t
lose 8100 in the deal yone otheor hold
ings are advanced ten fold and you
are better off than) you were before
the enterprius camne.
The hotel can be built by home
capital pooling, or you can form a
company and float;/our stock wherev- a
er you can find a purchaser.
This paper Boos au bright future for I:
this town and county', andi if our h]
home people will not put their shoul
ders to th~e whool they can rest
assured of the fact that the Sentinel. 1'
Journal will try to find outsiders who a'
will help to push the load. Right b
nIow is the time for our people to get w
a front seat in the band wagon.
TABLE ROCK. 0
Table Rlock is a point on th~e A p
palachian chain of nmountains that is
well known. At the prtesenit time it
is the mecca of many mountain par
ties; it has always been a point
sought by the mountain sight seeker,
and years ago, even Lefore the war, t<
parties from the .low-couutry came
-there to sumer; but of late yearsa
there has not been any one for any I
length of time because the house that.
once was filled with guests has be
come run down and aeommuodiations
cannot be ,secured. The people of
Picke'ns might invest their money in
a much worse enterprisoe than put.
ting it into a good hotel up there.
A-firsteclass hotel at that point could
be made to pay all right. Tho same
amount of money invested there asi is
invested by the Toxaway Company of
North Carolina, would give nmuchi
* bettor scenery than can be found at
Tisi paper wvould like to see a
trolley line fronm Pickens up the 00le.
noy Valley and a fine hotel at Tablo
Rock, and stands for the consuma
tion of both of those enterprises.
If any reader of our paper, be he a
citizen of this county, State, or some
other State, wants to find a paying
investrment let him look into the
trolley and hotel schemes; we will
take ploeure in giving him all the
information wo can and wilt insure
him good'mnterest on the money he
puts into these two eniterprises. .
Will they be built? iWe believei
How many children are at this r-eason
t erishi and constipated avith bad,
stape .headache. Mother Gray's
ePwdetp for* Childrena will always
WotiS 11re pr5 slnt thie-r v
sta (4t..r. t em tI~
ddraess AIhon 8. Olnmstead, LeRoy, *
Wants Castoria Advertising.
The Edgofield AC3 dverti-er mays
at tho' polat!ati mt '. thati town
itn a foair way (it i4,1reas04I*intg vOty
,s t. *1Mie'n E'd%; lie'd' s o r 0 1)
babIesi hac .leen vv car st i h story.
im ye-ar. Tw i itls ia <ay is a
od sit, wing f.r 11u town of thi1s
6). Problabi N th'e neILx: ar)mounce
"fnt will 10 twins. Who'll be
h o h a p ) y p t r o t. s? In -.,n..
qutten(e II' tht.ret birth rate
10 lmiply of uaurle. is 1ot equalto
le detmatd. ll V Il- , tho sooth.
ag y ril) a g1. co-1 au I C.-tri agli
ealers h vej r. lyh-nai ,b.-d tiir
tocks '' Aeardat to a this count
,t the etid o'o1le .N elar 11h0r6 wou1d
to 930 babies, not. v. tting t wins;
lt the eitd of t wo %ears.4 horo
woull bt9 1,500; at. tlit t.t(d of three
Vears 2190; at the end -f foIir ypars
3020; live v nrs 3750; 6 Yon is 4480;
7 yers 5210; 8 yetis 59.40; ) vears
3670 ; 10 , 'tr 7400-- but, I It is ratio
would have to stop soiewhere or all
L.ie docto1s in tho count ry would
be flocking to Edgefiold and sot.
ting up as specialltis ts oil iniraintile
diseases. Wonlor what the Adver
tiser man bad in hit i head when he
wrote the abovo?
A Touching Story
in the maiving from dathit af th, baby
girl of (eo. A. E *or, C(imbe-rland, Md.
He writes: "At tho ao of 11 anona otr
littio girl wa1s. in) dhun 3eath withl
oriuls throat troiblo, at11 two physi
inwgave hetr upt. Wo wort. alm1o.4t lin
despair whei wo ev ,olvotl to litry Dr.
King's New Di-vovery f air ColisIinp.
tionl, congh and ChI'. Th11 fir.st hot,
Mle gave relie-f; aitolr 'ak ig four bo'tl
he asI cul rId, nI i H 11V inl pe9rfoct
lielth."to Never fai il to r'.iove n ou ire.
at cough or oold. At Picktlm- D4irtug C(o
50o antid $1.00 guatr.nteotl. Tria bottlo
An Indianapoli noimn l'si $1,800
which sho hid he, it cairr ing in hor
buitte. OneL neOVer t cal tell wu hat it is
that minkos a wotanmIm dress Mtiuk
"l'ity the imlillio. tlries." txl:tines a
Chicaugo college ptuofor. We do
Ill fact we pit.y tiomlt mo much1011 we
would be willing to siwal) jobs with
>e of them1.
How Cosumamt sn til bi-gtima.
Consumption ilw- ys iwpiis wi t i
iough that lingers A coug i tiat hangs
mild will nlot Yield to th 5ia Itre1 at 1men
maly :.ot mll all cons11umptionl - but too
>ften it does e t hla tisl deild dtestroyer
hats gain,. d at footing R1% pale'st C o 11 g h1
Elixir im very uc-fi 'I) liatwking I he
progross of Ihr1yoat a 11l ng di ases
EvenconumtiCoiIon1i a( y iil: to itsn power1fut.
infliuenCe, if its ulse ix '1.o1m1 I (efor I hel1
linense is too deep(j 9oent1ed. Ti'8ls) m 'arn
musoi (02.1 consumtioni. .1ta remi)oves thea
ausettti lan hlp natulrE) ri')ld~c thet br1oken1
1owno tisstue. if you htave' a 1tubb~torn
ough, Itry Rtydal's~ Cough Elixir, it wit
aot dhtisaoint you1.
A mnan begins to be0 old when, no0
latter how craizy bie is over a womani E
.e can't sit ouit ini the muoonlhigh t " ithI
or without worrying about whether
(31is catching cold. f
TPhe Neabraskan who wanUhts al di.
)1rcO on the ground(I that ho wasa "i a
I tance" when hte maarried canl pr'o
11)b'ly swear hto dlidnf't tako long to v
Everybaidy is algreod that tis is'
0 haottest, weathelr withbin mnemiory t
man. Th'le sametu tagriewcnent hasu
kcu place every sl~luer for' the
meO j erieod of time).
P'ehi 1Iai 1sapalaance.
J. D). Runiyan, of Butlervillo, 0., 1 .id
0 pectuliatr dhisaearance of his painifuil
myitomsn. of inldiges-tion~ antd bilioiunss1
Dr. Kinga New Lire Pills. Ho satys:
They are are a perfect remedy, for dliz
,IOn, tt." 'Guaraenteeld at. ickeus
rug Co., prie 25o.
The Pniladelphia police have just1.
anade the mos8. t uccessf ill and sweep.
n~g raid ever known. At a given
inomtent 400 of them alruck the dis
>rde'rty-r(sor't ditticlt, e 0 yVP r ii n
wonty 1-qntart miles, antd capt ured
2,000 mon)? tand womenO. Thae revelI.
1ioits of socia lOIegradaltihon were ap
pallinlg, and tile result will be seen in
~he increase of business in the divorco
* Uase Anlon's FootIEaste.
A poawdeor toa be I4hakeni tinto thte shoes0. Youtr
eel feel aewolteas, ntervolt ln ini tt tO nlj, tid9 get
1 red enistly. if youl38V318r ha rng feet tar tight
hIoesa, try A lien a IFoot- .:ase. It ('ools, thec feet
naso makes watlkinag easy. I tres awole,l
i9.ves (auran) and buioanst' of a13ll aan. Try 'It toa
Llay. Sot~la y aill dIruaggt andI shaoa sores fort
50(. n~on't accep(~it anty N bi Otte. 'I t'tru ll k.
ge Fl R im. A ddrena, A lln In. Ohmstec , e
boy, N. v,
There is a big religiouis mneetinig
iow going en at Deovit's Lake up1 in
North Dakot~a. Well, if thais is not
place for a religious mootinag we
vould like to knowv about it.
A Kalamazoo Mich. manl has just
earried his wife for the third time.
.L is' difficult, for somie to breaik the
.PFr Infants and Children,
rho Kind You Have Always Bought
e rs tho
Taling halr enans weak hair.
Then strengthen your hair;
feed it with the only hair food,
Aycr's H air Vigor. It checks
fulling hair, makes the.hair
grow, completely cures dan
druff. And it always restores
color to gray hair, all the rich,
dark color of early life.
1T 16,lt was IIhi 011t iladly Anud IWas
rrh i o w I t M. Then I tried Ayors
J1n 1 'igo0 , t y istk1iy Istopoi itho falnig and
lundill m ir itil I could w oih It to lie."'
R1ium A E. A1.151s. EIzaboth, N. J.
6wafor vls&ni i'oi
THE DISPENSARY SITUATION.
Summed up by A. B. Williams, For
mer Editor Greenville News'
After thirteen years of experi
olco South Carxidinif is thoroughly
nauseated with the dispeniary
Somie Counties have votoit, out
an1d a1dopted prohlibition), Which
evein the lienmise men prefer to the
statt systei, and othor counties
are moving to fillow this exaiipl,.
Sen-ator Tillminai is the "daddy"
of the dispenisary, but lit a speech
at Greilville on ti Four:hi of
Jfuly h formally gave notice of his
purpos to relieve himself 'of its
weight. lie confessed that there
is good reason to blieve t hat the
institution is ia hrecdiig p laeo of
moral disease unid reeks with cor
ru ption, and annouinced thait unless
it is thoroughly cleansed and re
organized he) will take the stump
against it and for prohibition.
With his usual arroganceo and i
his custoiary reluictanco to ac- I
kiowledga his own blunders and I
faulte. the senator asserted that t
the evils of Ilt dispenmsary are the I
result of the inefliciency of the
le'gislatinie. T,1he truth is there
have boon six dit.lront logislatures t
and a constitutiontial convention C
since the dispiisory law was
adopted. All of those have tinker
e(I with the law. Each of thei
has beeln confronted with some
sa candal ~in cnn c tion ithil it. It t
is worse now than ever, violds e.ich C
year a barger output of corruption I
All the skill and honesty in the
world canniot estalish51 a safe aind
Sonnd~ st ruicture on a rotten founda
ion. The whole theory ann in
ij9le of the dispensary is wr'ong
ud1 anitagoniistic to a repuiblicain
ormj of goverunment. It under..
a kesl to esl.ablishi a g iverinnent
0ionop ly, pis the goverin meint. in
businioss which is da~chired( unilaw- h
il for thie citiz.'n. W'~e cannot
iolato principlo Without suffern g
vil consequei cesl. The history of
Ie dispenlsary inl South Ciarolinia
a long record of h bl dd
unuiilt, graft and plunder. L
Fortuue after fortulne hias beeni
ind(1. mysteriously by obscure m mi
-ho have be0en connected wvithi it. it
'vry department of it. overy sttep ft
ii its operation from the first vi
e gii t i a t tiln for purchase of
iquors to thei driving out of tho
orks into the bottles and the
andlinig of' the bottles emptied it
mid returnedl hais been tainted. 1
3rimo and dr'un kenness have m-. I
:rtasodi rathor than diminished, I
th epehave been forced to) pauy ~
hiigh prices for' meain d rinaIc . The (
retuorns to the state have be -n
Raanty, but no rnsh of mioney to
the teCasury' 0or reduic(tio oii(f taixa
t~iioni could pay for the harn that
has lhem din toi, the chaira tors iruin
ed1, the deobauch ing of pulblic hifo.,
the lowering of plic ~standards .
Indications are that the whole foul
business wvill be swe[pt out presently.
Thle one comfo'rt is that 'with the
case of South Or'rolina before their
eyes othor staites will take warning
aiid learn that of' all t he sugges
tions for dlenhing with the liquor1
problem the dispensary system is
the worst and most dangerous.
Thie "Lazy" Microbo.
A learned Profossor claims to have ~
*liscovered)t tha~t "LaineiCss"i8 caused by t
igotr If thei Emainout D)octor is right,.
Ryydalo'si Liver Tablets can rightly be
Lrme'd Microbe Killers, bee me they al
ways remove that tired, lazy, sluggish
tooling thant lin nuuhly b'een attributed
to ai torpid Iiver' or constip'ted bowels.
Llydalo's Liver Tablets are gnaranteed to
inre conistipatio ai rnd all Liver d isordlers,.
i'hey are small, comnpre'ssod chocolate
ioiatil tableta, pleasanit ii ettect. Rteliable.
Any dealer in enr roimedies will retuin-~
Vouri mfoneoy if you are0 not antisfied it
heaeR ta blot'. 50 tsablets 25 eta,
Yung mn, d un't flatter )oc~rrelf
A at .' u I.avo made an implresstin
vbeni a girl r miles at y'ou. Per'hsps i
dme is m, wellbrid in tombugh.
00SIOULD BE EXTENDED
ao1i ain Country WoUld be Tapped
'pd It Would Help Greenville.
mnv opiion Ibe hIckens road
~Irs onle of tho best iniveitments i)
lie wiy of 1bsuildinjg up Greenville
tid devwhoping". the pptr part. of
b0 fiand Pl'ieen countive that I
know of," saiti a p-osuinort railroad
man y 1 st, ahy.
"At it ct of abutont 830)0,000 the
r1oad0l coulI b,. extoile-dd from its pre
4t.;t1 temi iale I itt I ike.' ii coirt louso
Lo the foit. of the munitains, and
then acIross int! tlho up)r section of
this county. 1-1 this w-AV ono of the
m11o.t. fe til- rectionlei of this State
wuld be tiipud, aid iuist.t of (he
mnstitisfiw-lor.1 schedult, bctween this.
t'ityamd l'ickcno, wllieb now prevail",
We coutild liave the tainshu r1nniiing
from tho branob -ond through to
"It wils the origilll intention of the
r( ILte b of the I'iul(its rout to eX
wed thle line to the Inillatitins, but1
is yet the work hit,; nvur proigressewod
11-vond the court'house. It is a weli
"cognizoed priinci pie of railroading
hat the 1.>)gelr it line ii the bittSt it
wvill pay. This being tioeP, the loss of
Litmo inl britigit.g trains around b%
Picker s, where inorO c mitry would
bIc louebed, would be far pireferable
to riuniing a line direct from Groen
v I!N. to the mounititii.
"Tio line wouht) develop thie ctin
xy 11hii1ost iminedliately. It is one of
lie best resort sections of the Blue
[Ridge mouttains anid if ds poet si
Jillieics of big hotels at 'Table Rock,
.Itosar's Head and otber poivts in the
-hain. For ltse places could be
'eached easily froa the low-country.
''But the passenger travel of this
sort would be a small part of the
>usintes. 'Tile bottom Linds are im
nonsely ft Itile and a maiket would
'o afforded fort all kinds of produce
.hat is now unable to find its way out
:n 'touching the IImUntains thie vast
indeveloped rsuroes would at once
>eComne availablo. lundreds -.f acres
>f magniilnient timber would be
eady tor the axe gud there is no
elling what kind of qu-xrry work
ould not be developed.
"People who have seen this region
an appreciaite wha'- I say. As far
ack as colonial tiny.- travelers ill
vriting of the Indians who inhabited
lho uppier sectaous of Greenville, Pick.
nts aml Oconee counties, spoke of the
aturatal wuialth of the region with the
most unreserved enthusiamn.
"Fro~n thme standp->lnt o~f pr'actical
tilroading IF believe tbe pl'an would
o the best thing that~ could happen
r the Pickens line and for Gron
ilfe. fpartanburg has a line through
10 mountains, and fro:m wh'at Vice
resident Andr'ews of the uthern
ye, it will not bo long before Seneca
d~ Antderson will have a trunk line
he WVest. It occuris to mec this t the
eines tmen of Greenville, wvho have
o future of this city at heart, shiould
looking into this railroad qjuestion
ith Seneca on1 ote side anld Sparitani
ir'g. on another, neithber mnore than
i'ty mtiles away and both ejoyingV
e -advantages of being junctional
sints for trunk lines, it is easy to se.'
bieie (hrr enville no dhd need some1
ing better in the wtay of railr'oad
eilit ies than it now enj u s."--Green.
Dyspopnin or Inudigestson,.
Thie term "Dyspepsia" means the lack
> popin in the stomaclh. Indligesation
rightly uset di when ever the food is net
roperly digested regardless of thme conio.
t. is immaterial, whether you call your
ilmeont Dyspe'psia 01r ludigestion when
lydatle's Stomach Tablete are used. Th'ley
re guaranteed to euro all fi'rmc of
tomach trouble, Buy a trial Box,
p)s i 26i ets.) nttc4 be convince'd.
TIhere is seeingly a pretty strong
hrift amnig liepublican statesman to
estoro the soccial stampi taxes of the
painish war to n.cot the treasury de
eit of over .$40,000),000 that is threat
ned durtin4a the fisicail year that is
A fasct young men inay cover con-~
iderable uiround but lie never' g( ts
ii)y place that is wort~h going to.
ear. the lh iiYulaeAlways Boup)ht
A man seldom realizes wvhat a cold
orld this~ is until his creditors beg ni
o> make it hot for him.
CTTSEMUJLSION won't make a
h lump back straight, neIther will it make0
a short leg tolng, but It feeds soft boneJ
and heals diseased bone, and Is amongj
Sthe few genuine means of recovery I'a
ric!iets anid bonse cnumptIon.,
Semi for free umple.I
j C(Y'r & iIOWNE, Ch'ceit, -
C ia.45 eu . r n i, -, New York.
We find we ]
Shoes for this la
our entire stoc1
and. Slippers d(
stances less tha]
sweep before th4
$5.00 Crossett Oxfords,
All other fines re
110 and 112 N. Mt
We give a 'goo I deal of sp-tce to
contrilbuted artiches this week, one of
which we wish to em phasizo --that of
thbe T1rolley Linie. Our correap mn
don3t1 says that the Oolenoy valiey is
reaZdy for ii, andI(, wO el uge, miunih in
teresit is being man'ifested. Ala->, we
publish an a'rticle from the Green.
ville New.< ab)smt an extensiojn of the
Pickens Rilroad uip then Oolenoy
valley and down u to Greenville, which
shiows that this~ upper section would
be a good seclion for railroads; but
ats this is simplly a suggestion, just
lot it alone uintil it takes definite
shape. Kaeep working for' your trol.
le~y line. If you1 wanIIt cheap passen.
ger and freight rates andl~ convunient
schedumles to and froma market, n)ow is
the time to get it. Pull for the trol
Bears the Th idYou Have Always Bought
Recklessness of a young fool is:e
onily surpassed by an old fool's ob
For Cotton Weigher.1
ate (or Utn wir alr n 11 em< 'Vwish
ce t he - not of the voters vt the ny'.
--After Aug 1st we will hold up
on buying butter. Later will let you
know when to icesnme cburning.
For Sale - Iat of goodl miilk cows.
Fresh in iniLk. (L A. Ellis.
For bale - One watchmnake'
b oeh, one Iathe, oune tath o wheel.
Clhep foir cashi. S Il in h)u!k or cacti
article separate. J. F. Brqck.
- Will 1)ay (;00 pr biushel in1 mr.
chuandiso for fresh clenan dry peach
seed). UIt aig Brios. 21
A heaptl of lit tle things chueap at J
YouI can get 25 lbs. iice for one
dollar at J. D). Moore's.
Come a nd1( 5en 01)r nlice line of slioes
.J- T1. ennells & C2o
MolaLses at .J. D). Mo'ore's 30c to
40ic per gallon - good.
A nice line of meun's anid youth
collars at J. T1. Fennell & Ce's Store
Real good cider at J. D). Moore's.
This is a reminder t hat I amn still
dloinig business, tt the da standi~ (over
Pickens Drug Store) w here I am
always glad to serve my 21d as well
as now fuiends. Whent you want a
quick and easy shave, or an rup-to-date
hair out, give mie a (call.
E. TI. Hnter TVhe Barbor.
Highest prices paid for chick< ns
eggs and country produce,
J. T. Fennell & Co.
Gohod app1)1 vinegar at. J. 'D.
Moore'aI for 25c per gallon..
TI. be icist line~ of lamps, glassware
and1( detcratedl dislKas to go at cost,
Trave entirely too many low cut
te season, emdc1 have gono through
and marked all low cut Shoes
)wn to COST, and in some in
1 cost, in order to nakoe a clean
3 season is too far adv.anlcedi.
Oxford, now $3.25
$3.50 Crossett Oxfords, niow *275
$3.00 Orossett Oxfords, now $2.37
[luced to cost aInd less-. These prices
I good for ten days oily.
in St. GREENVI LLE, S. C.
I havo on hand a nice line of
WALTHAM and ELGIN
that I am Selling at a very low pric '. Also some otAher cheaper
grade watches at a good1 bargain. Jewelry, watches and clocks
repaired, and I guiaran toc all work that I deli ver.
HI. SNIDER, - - Easley, S. C.
Notice the Insurance Feature
of the Liberty Bank
Burglar Insurance Cashier Under Bond
Fire Insurance Depositors' Insurance
If a' bitrglar blows the s ife, and fire di. stroys the building, and tpe cashi
kips out with what he can get-notie the result:
Thle Burglar Insurance Co. replaces wvhat the burglar got; the Fire InIsuranI
~o. pays tor the b.uildhing and ixt ures; the lBond Co. replaces what the gashi
esote tu i ara t e tfud p135 the depositors--and the bank woul
Your depres't is imured in the Liberty Ba,.k and It costs you nothing.
,vord to the wiso Is suftncient. flrspectfully,
-~~ II. C. SIRLEY, Cashieri.
CUS 6 ifor Rheumatism, Cuts,
A SurepCures, Wounds, Old
Galls. Bruises, Contracted Muscles, Lame Back, Stiff Joints,
Frosted Feet, Burns, Scalds, etc.
AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation, subdues Inflam
mation, and drives out Pain.
PENETRATES the Pores, loosens the Fibrous Tissues,
promotes a free circulation of the Blood, giving the Muscles
BEST LINIMENT ON I /,:T ii
ONCE TRIED ALWAYS U M t- 4
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Mrs. 3E. A. Siflwson, 500 Craig St., Kcnorville
Tenn., writes: "Ihave been trying the baths oi
Hot Springs Ark., for sciatic 'rheumatism, but I .
get more relief from Ballard's Snow Liniment
than an medicine or anything I have ever tried.
.Inclose find postoffice order for $1.00. Send me
large bottle by Southern I~xpress."
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