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The entinelSjournal Company.
T, so & Exemnr. Pnors.
Subsoription $1.00 Per Annum.
Advertising Rates Reasonable
Entered at Piokens Postoffice as second Clasi
Mall Matter
Weduevilay. Jan1uar.r i-.
I i Med Chase.
Millions rush in mad chase aft4w l'ealth
from one extreniq of foddism to another
when. if they would only eat good food,
and keep their hownls reg"t I otlh Dr
King's New Life Pills, their trinblot
Would all pasa Away. Prompt relief an(
quick cure for liver and stomaclh trom
hie. 25o at Pickens Drug Co.; guaian.
Supervisor's Report.
The following statnienit of expendi
tures of public moneys through the Su
pervisor's office was carefully comniled
by the clerk and shows the total amount
contracted and spent during the years
1904 and 1905.
Total aniount of claims filed and ap
proved (not including $3,697.93 paid on
Sinking Fund Debt and insurance of
public buildin s)..... .....$27,.87
To which must be added the
following claims contracted
1904, but filed and paid in 1903:
Ravenel's Bridge........ ..... 750.00
Jewel 4 .. .... 1.075.00
Interest on Aaron Boggs note. 130.11
Fasley Progress, blanks ..... 6 5U
Witness and Jury t'k'tH. 1901. 856.40
W. T. McFall estate for supl's 72.70
J. E. Gillespie making road... 45i.12
F. B. and J. N. Morgan sil's 21.72
J. E. Parsons 2 claims..........36 30
J. M. Stewart... ....... ... 7.62
W. 0. Willard making road.. 200.fV
Total $31,375.01
Total amount of claims filed
and approved (not including
$4,481.18 paid on Sinkir.g
Fund debt and insurance on
public buildings) ............ $24.107.61
This includes the contracts of
1904 of Ravenel's bridge, Jew
el bridge. interest on note of
Aaron Boggs. etc iteni a men
tioned above which f-hould
come off the debts contracted
In 1905 and aggregating total
claims of 1905.... .. ......... 3,602.1,
Contracts and expenses of
" " " 1005, 20,505.41
In favor of 1905... .......... 10,860.6!
The expenditi.res for 1903 are
classed as follows:
For roads bridges,lumber,road
overseers,hands and operating
scrape, etc... ............... 8.036.7(
For convicts, guards,clothing,
supplies, 3 mules, four road
med chines, repairs etc... .. ... 4,843.6
For Poor House supplies,stew -
ard, aid to paupers, laborers,
medicines, physicians. exami.
nation of lunatic., etc... .....1,441.8%
For magistrates and constables 1,362.41
For jury,witnesses and consate
bles in court................ 2,663.66
For county supervisors, comn
missioners,clerk and att'y and
offiee expenses. . ... .. .. .. .. .,1,352,19
For sheriffs salary, conveying
lunatics, diet, etc. ...... 973
For supt. of educationl salary, 978
office expenses,board of educa
tion, and board of' equaliza
tion-----...... ..............678.03
For auditor and treasurer. sal
ary and office expenses etc. 587.27
For coroner- . ---....... 100.00
For repairs of public b'd'g etc 316.76
For books, stationery, print
ing, advertising etc....-----.-.. 4 16.55
For interest on borrowed mnon
ey, wood etc-.-..----...... . .....925.03
For clerk of court salary and
office expenes .... . ..... ... ..314.05
It will be remembered that $3,602.14
of this total is for contracts of 1904 and
that the actual amount spent in 1905 by
the present Board is $20.505.49.
0. M4. Lynch, Spr.
Doetora coulD Not Help Her.
"I bad kidney tr ouble for years,'
writes hirs, natymond Conner of Shelton,
Wash., '"and the dooters could not heol
me. I tried Foley's cidney cure, and the
very first dose gave mo relief and I air
. ow cured. I cannot say too much foi
Foley's Kidney cure." It makes th<
djsessed kidneys sound so they will
eliminate the poisons from the blood,
Unless they do thi,, good health is
impossible. Pickens .Drug company,
B. F. Smilh Eaeley.
-Several staunch citizens of the
county who are friends and subscrib.
ers to the paper, have be en in the
past week and loft their mite for the
year 1900, as follows;
Laban Mauldin, B. M!. Hester, W.
H. Langaton, TB. H. Satterfield, 11ev.
Leo. D. Gilhespie, M. D. Farmer, 8.
M. Jones, F. E. Oox, Mrs. Rebecce
Williams, J. F. Brezeale,J. W, Earle,
B. D. Satterfld, WV. R. Anderson,
W. H.- Gilatrap W. R. Garrett, N
D. Parson., G. W. Kelley.
Notice oftFinal Settlemienit
We will apply to J. B3. Newbery
Prebate Judge for Piekens county, on
the 24th day of January 1908 for' a Anal
settlement of the estate of W. T. Field
and ask to-be dismissed as exesulors.
Deo 27 1905$4 S. H. Brown,
W. T. Bowen,
B1. F. Farmer,
WV. P. Ariall,
- - Ereontors.
Central News.
Mrs. Jobn N.. Wyatt Oied at the
resideace of her son, Dr. Ed. F. Wy
att on the night of January 5th after
in illness of about two weeks dura
tion. She was 75 years of age and
had been in feeble health for
some years, but her wonderful con.
stitution and the devoted attention of
her husband and children prolonged
her life several years. Her death is
mourned by all who know h-r, for
hers was a lovely character; gentle,
tender and true. She was a great.
r( eir and was of a superic r ittellect,
10141 fiie Ch ristian ebaracter. lie
Bi >l, that bud been her constal
le, ti11-tilimiln for ho ilnily ,yearsH, w111
htir ith her. Ihl-r bo'dPy wass C'1r'
ried to Easley and laid to rest ine ib
cemetery there. She leaves a iu -
h'aId aind four chi''enii, three sons
and one daughter to inourn her d..
parture. "Ier children arise up and
call her blesed, h-r hiumbaind also, and
he praiseth her "
A great niay visitors have bet n
in Central during and since the holi
All of our college youths have re.
turned to work and the schiol at this
place hus resumed business.
Miss.Floy Folger, who is one 4ot
the faculty of Cox College near At
laitta returned to that place Monday.
Miss Mattie May Morgan who teach.
es near Chester, in this state, return
ed to her work Monday.
"Madame Rumor" announces that
several of our young men are ta em
bark in the sea of matrimony between
now and spring.
Two most enjoyalle oyster sup.
pers were given here by thu K. of P.
and the Masons. Both were a great
success and were enjoyed by all.
The reception given at Cateechee
on the 5th instant by Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Manly Norris to Mr. and
Mrs. George Furman Norris was a
deligltful afftir. The lovely home
was a scene of beauty, with its lavish
decorations of red and green which
was the color scheme throughout,
except in '.he parlour whero w% hite
and green were charmingly used.
The guests were met in the hall by
Misses Florence Bowen of Pickens
and Mary Hughes of Richland, who I
i graeiously welcomed them. Then i
Misses Mattio May Morgan, Floy I
Folger aud Nott Rochester of Coc.
tral ushered them into the parlour to
greet the host and hostess, who with
Miss Mary Thornwell of Greenville,
received with the honour guests
next they were invited by' Mr.s. C. C.
Posey of Central anid Miss Leila Nor
ris of Vance to the punch bcwl whieb
was presided over by Mrs. John F.
llamsoter of Liberty and( Miss Fleeda
Steele of Rock Hill. During the ev
ening a delhcious salad course was
served which was much enjoyed.
The whole house was thrown open toc
the r..uests, and all enjoyed to thec
fullest extent the charrming hospital. I
ity of Mr. and Mrs. Norris, Mr. Fur I
man Norris is a popular young busi. I
ness man, being secretary of the
Norris Cotton Mills at Cateechee,
and his lovely and talented bride who
was Miss Lottie Ridgell of Batesburga
will receive a warm welcome from his
many friends. All uuite in best
wishes for much happiness. M.
On December tihe 27ith the frienis
and re atives of 3. Ham. Lawrence
gathered at his home to witntess the
marriage of their (daughter Isabella:
Caroline to Mr. Antony Johnson of
Georgia. Mr. Johnson is one of
Georgias~ most prosperous ~fa~tmers,
and is to be congratulated upon win
ning the hand of such a fair lady.
At noon thxey were ushered into the
parlor which was tastefully decorated
in evergeenfi, where the ceremony
was performed by Dr. L. G1. Clayton
assisted by Rev. 3. T. Carey.
They were the recipients of many
beautiful presents. After congratula
tions the guests were invited into
the dining room where a sumptuous
dinner was served.
The bride and grorom after spend
ing a few days in this section depart.
ud for their future home in Middle
ton, Gas.
.ohnson Street. West of Jail.
May the happiest day of y
your future.
As you keep climbing the
never meet a friend coming do
One=Price 4
Come unto us ali ye that I
credit buying system and have
prices and we w'11 your weari
bargain pillow.
-If you have tirned over at new
leaf, don't soil it.
-Mr. and Ulrs. J. R. Ashmoro
spent Sunday in Central witi rela
-J. P. Dillard and family visited
relativos and friands in Pickn this
week.-Farn and Factory, Senen.
-MIss Dora Hinkle of the Hazel
section, spent last week with her sis
ter, Mrs. W. H. Langston of Lickens.
-Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Hunter
spent Sunday with relatives in Lih
--E. Ft lger of the firm of Folger,
Thoruley & Co, paid a flying trip to
Atlanta this week.
- Adami ('. Welborn, a prominent
attorney of Greonville, wias in Pickens
Saturday on Iusiness.
--Mr.. M. F. T-es'r iq in AUanta,
3aving car-rii fla'ph thEro for treat
nent last Filay. It ii t,, be hoped
bat he will be benetitted.
-Mrs. Anna Cannon and children
>f Iickens, spent a portion of last
veek with her uncle, W. R.' Price of
be upper part of the county.
--B. T. McDaniel and family. of
)olumbia arrived in Pickens TI 'endan .
3en has accepted a position as book
eeper with the Heath-Bruce -Morrow
-T. RI. Price, commonly knowvn to
11 of our readers as "Uncle Tommry"
e in Pickens on a visit to his grand
laughter, Mrs. J. A. Cannon. Ho is
tuite feeble hut is much :improved in
health to what ho was whan he wvent
o reside with his son "Pete". It.
noks natural to ace him in Pickens.
-Mr. 8. M. Wolfe, who i.s super
ntendent of the Pickens Graded
kchool, is spending the holi days with
'elatives ini town andlt in th e counlty'.
M1r. Wolfe formerly lived. in this
sounty and has manyI) ft jondus who
are glad to welcome him to his old
lome.-Countey Rlecor d, Kingstr et,
S. U.
-Mr. J. W. Young of Fort Smith.
Ark., is ont a visit to r'elatives and
friends in Pickena. county. Mr'.
Young is holding his. own wvel has
raised twelve chuld'.no and( is p'ro. -
per'ing in his westurn home, lie has
been in Arkanana for 24 years and
has preactically grownm up with t he
uouuntry. Hie in uow following pras
pecting, wvelI oGrin)g andit railr'oad con
tracting and( always at rikeb "pay (dirt?
on every d1eIJ. He14 will lremauin in)
this county about I.wo wee ks longer
and is accompanied out here by hjis
very interesting daughitor, annrio,, a
beautiful girl of about thh toeen surr<
'The program for the .?icklena
county Teachers' Associauion to be
hald at Eatsley oni the 13th ms1 ;., is Ut
.l1s Model Clsau in Readline--Misa
Lida Neil of Easley Griaded St hool.
2d Discipline in Pahie He b.ols-.
Mr. Stalvey .'of the Con tral O raded
3d Primary Work--Misq D-ot Sani.
ders of Liberty (Graded( Schoof.
4thgThe Best Methods of Taschuing
English in Preparatory Sob~ools -
Piof. B. E. GUr of Furmian Univerai
our pastb c the saddest day of
hills of prosperity May you
,ash Store.
FIE 1906.
tave been labouring under the
been laden down with high
ed brain on Craig Bros, cash
County of Pickens.
('ourt. of* Common len
Summns or Relief-Compl10ainlt not
Bank of Pendleton, a corpor ition (illy
chartered by law. Plaintiff.
Janu s Peek, Janses Pcewk the Jnior, T.
M. Lovery, id W. (i. W ilson.
I ;(vfend4la nts.
To the Defendants above named.
Von are hereby Summoned anid re
qu ired io aniswor ihe omplaiit in this
actioni, of which a copy is herewith
Served ipon oul. and to sirvv a copy of
your answer to the said com plaint oi the
subscriber at his oflico at. lickei s, S. C.
within t'yenuty days after the service
hereof, exClulive of the day of such ser
vice' and11 if you fail to answer tile Coil
>hlitt, 'within the tone aforesaid, tl!e
laintiff in this aetin i will appl to the
Court. for the relief denianded in this
co-npl1a in, .
Dated Jun 2nd, 190(5
.A.J. Holggs,
C. C. P.
.J. C. Carey ,
Plaintiff's Attornev.
To t he absent defeidant, Jaesl Peek,
Take notice that, t1 eumtimons in the
above stated casejoi' 'which. the foregoing
)s a Copv. and tho complaint was filed
in tihe ('ilce of i he Clerk of the Court for
Pickens County, S. C. on the 2nd day of
January 19065. Jf. P. Oarev.
1-10t6 Plaintiff's Attorney.
Notice to All Trustees.
All trustees who have n')t re
turned their poll list for 1905 will please
havea meeting of their board and revise
said list and( return to mei at once that I
may enter the same1( On dulplicate for col
lection of taxes for 1905. Please look
after this. gentlemen, for mue at once.
Very resp~ectfuilly, E. F. Keith. Aud.
Notice 'of Tax Returns.
All persons failing to make their re
iurnis for the year 1906 by Febl. 20, 1906. 1
I will take their returns for 1900 in redi{
inkc and place a penalty of 50 per cent
on said return, and ent er same on dlupli
cate for collection of talxes for 1906, so
look out for this one aunt all. 4
1-10t4 E. F. Keith, Aud.
Contract to Let.
We will let to the lowiest responsIble bildder,
tile conltracet for ceiling andic repairIng the Wolfe
Ireek Schoolhouse, ini Ilistrbet No. 291 oni 5atn r
djay., Jainuarv -' ith at 2 p. im. Pitns and( sipeciil
catlins madle knlown sin day of letting.
W. I . Lanigstoni
Anuthony liaker
J. M. lirazeale
Bridge Notice.
II will let to tihe loweat bidder the
building of a new bridge across
'Twelve -Mile river at Ilaker b~ridge site
on the 24th of January 1906 at 12 o'clock
IPlans and specifications madeo known
on day of letting. G. M. Lynch,
1-1012 Supervisor.
- Inla-Ca ina
- Chem~I
Increase Your COTON V le
'~i~d Pe Are A bove Par
r M,. 1, m
It isat wvell knowni faict that cot ton,
or any other crop, produllced with V Ir
glnia-Catrolina I'-ertili zers willI brIng
thle higbest ; ossibilo prIe oni the mar
k('t.iltake 11 realihy, strlong. ircil-de
volopedi, early cotton, with full grown (
bl s onl thle fruit lIibs att tihe biase as
well as all the wa3 til to thovery top
andll ti p onids of th >ra nebles of to
co0tton1 planitS, b~y Jiberally using
Yirginia-Carolinia Fertilizers.
They contain all themTatorilsneces..
sary to suipply to your inndll the (io.
menoits wilich avo~e >01n takeni from it
by repeatedoiitivatilolnyea rafter year.
'P ioso fertiIze.rs w ill grea t y "incroase
IyEour yin!ds pier nero.' Aept no suh.,
Otituito i rom your dlealer.
Virginha4Carolina Chemical Co.
Nor folk, Vai, Savan nah, Gn.
Durhaml. N. C. Montgomery, Ala,
Charleston, S. C. Memphis, non.'
Blaltimoro, Md. 8hreveport, La..
. ... .... . .K ..
That's our text. It't alwars our text.
It's the text of all the sermons we preach.
Just now we're thinking of your wants for the coming season.
We tak . it that about your hist requirement will be a now Suit or Ov
:Oat-- perhOps both. We hope so.
Now we are going to ask you for a very few moments of your time-j.
nough of it to enable you to'step in to see the finest Fall Suits and Overco
Your Eyes Ever Rested upon.
Every nt w kink in Cut, Style and Fabric has gone into these excell
If you give us the few moments far which we ask you, we'll at once c
eince you that we have Clothes worth preaching about, and in the eni
ouse you'll not find a price to offend you. Our next discourse will be +
-be same text-Clothes.
Smith & Bristow
Our stock of D~ry Goods, Shoes and Carpets is nowv c.
>iete. We want all of our friends and everybody in Pick
C2ounty to call and see us. We guarantee you a square dles
he best goods possible at the smallest living .price. 'We r
r say that we sell goods below cost, for that is impossible,
we do say that we sell you goods as cheaply as any house
ind keep in business.
A good Outing at 5c; a better at 6%/, 8 and 10c.
Flanneletts for wvaists and dIresses, very pretty at 10c.
Ginghams for dresses and aprons at all prices.
Black and colored Dress Goods in endless variety.
36 inch Flannels, all wool tor Dress 39c.
All colors and Black 52 inch Broad Cloth at 75c and
Mohairs in black and colors from 50c to 90c and up.
Black and colored silks, anything you wvant..
Big line Ready-to-wear Skirts and Cloaks reasonal.
Blankets from 5oc to $10.oo, all reasonably priced.
Undervests and pants for the whole family.
Big lhne of Embroideries from 5c ya'rd and better cqua
WVe make special prices for churches. We make any si
Nindow Shade you want.
When in Greenville, come to see us and we'll take p~
ire in showing you OUR STOCK whether you care to b
r not.
Remember the Place.
"The Old Reliable"
Cor. Main & Coffee Ste.4

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